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8 v I THE mrn WASHINGTON wrnwcTnT TIMES mTrIc THURSDAYAPRIL 9flTT1cfltV IHI AVPTT1 13 1905 ic
I COMMENT BOWLING RACING r ATHLETICS BOXING
Him llUmi RUNNERSLEAVE Lllu I LEAVE LLniL F1VF
I BENNING TODAY
Bookies and Public Quit Ql t
About Even Eve n
> >
HORSES ABOVE AVERAGE
Some N Likely e1 ySteeds > Steeds Shown Shown at toe Lo Locil
Track Tra TrackBlacli IlacK Blact Hussar Hus sar Impressive
Garth the Goods
The n nineteen ineteenday net iC 1dayspring day spring meeting mee H gof of
the Was W ashlngton hington Iiln gto n Jockey Joel e Club Cruben ends en ds today
with the the runningof running r PIngof f the secon second d division
of the theBennlng thoB Benn nnIng ingV > Handicap the Jesse Jesse
Brovn Cup p and a nd fpiir fou other Ttvellfilled vellfilI well filled d
and nicely nlcehb nlceh balanced lance diac races cs The rheJrack track
and vipather w vcather pat h her er conditions ndtlo 11S are are un unfayora favjra
ble but Inspitc In spite of jrth these edr drawbacks drav wbacks backs in
terest in the sport has ns been been maintained
The lhemeetIng meeting has been the most sue suc ¬
cessful CE5sf in the history of the Washington
Jockey Club The attendance has been
first class cIa throu throughout ghout and an d 1 the racing
has been bee clean and free from scandal
For the first few days the publid pubud had h d
easy sailing as the favorites won wonmih with j
a regularity that was was very pleasing and
4 at the same time profitable But by the
time the first half of the meeting had
run Its course cour ether6 there was a asu su sudden dden ddeIcheck check
on the publics accumulation of the
layers dollars
The fields were ere larger there were
many iiew 11 dw fact factors rs in the contests con tests and
the winners inners were sere much harder to locate
than formerly former1 It was not that form
was was not notrnaintained maintained but rather that the
Judsrment of the players plaerswas was wa not no t tso so
unerring as in the early days aa s of the
meeting
While the meeting has not developed
any real sensations sonic some horses of more
than thanaverage average class cl s have raced here The
best is of course Oaklawn who is al ¬
most m6atsure sure to make a fair performer at
the New York trades
There also was a crosscountry crosscotm tryhorso horse
shown sho that the experts xp rts believe will take
a high place among the tbeseaSons seasons steeple steeple ¬
chasers Reference is made to Black
Hussar H sar who whovon Won 3 his only start in so
gallant a manner as to firmly establish
his right to high honors
The rotund Iot nd Virginian Billy illy ly Garth
was the busy busytr trainer in ro of the th meeting
Garth came here with horses well ad ¬
vanced and won early e arly and often He
has sent some fourteen or fifteen win ¬
ners to the post PQstandisfar and is far in the lead
in regard regardtomone to money won The total tofulof of
his winnings while riot known defi ¬
nitely approximates approxmatesasumrunninginto a asum sum running into
the thousands
He came near equaling equ Ilng a Benning rec ¬
ord also Missed It in fact by a few
inches Two years ago that then good
filly Mrs Frank Foster won six
straight races here a record that has
stood eyer since Little Woods from
the Garth barn had the chance yester ¬
day da to tie the record but butJuUa Julia M beat
him hlmoIrtheorpost orr thepost by the width of ofa a mans
hand
Little Woods had raced five times at
the meeting without vlthouta a defeat def a t tand and was
the choice yesterday The race was as asa a a
sprint affair a1Calrhowever however and the speedy
Julia M lL had too much tich foot for Little
Woods She was W48 s stopping stopp1i fast fast but held
on just long l ng enough to keep Little
Woods Woodsfrom from equaling Mrs Frank Fos ¬
ters rather novel record
Of the jockeys the develop developments ments have
been Baird and J Johnson They The will
both be heard from at the Metropolitan
tracks If they continue as they began
here
More important than the coming on n
of the youngsters however is the re ¬
turn fo o ther th tleIrbestform Irbestform best form of f Shaw ShawB ShawBurns Burns nS
and Fuller Never did these three
capable capabletider riders show s lipw tQbetterr to better r adyan wy advan p
tage than th xt they ± h r have during durth the th meet
Ing here With these riders at their
topnotch topn tch f form f rm An patrons 1 iat attOns ns of racirigvabout ± vLCIng about
New York may rest assured that the
contests for the big events will be bit i
terly fought out
A Amajorltyof Amajority majorltyof majority of the horses that have
been racing here will iU be snipped S tonight
and tomorrow to the Long LongIsland Island tracks l
and to Baltimore
W V C Daly has agreed to tprelease release the 1
boy bo Henning for the beating of whom l
he was fined 200 200 by the stewards st wards Daly i
would not give up upwithout without a a struggle c
but the boy was afraid to remain remain longer
with the theturDulent th turbulent old turfman and
Daly was wasad wasadtisd advised u officially Q clally that that1t It would w WOUIdr uld r j
be best for him to let him go It was 1
intimated tbathe that he might inlghtoo be called Jled upon upon
to toanser answer a charge chargcQt n of assault n and Daly Dal
capitulated ca pItula ted I
Naval N a1Jal Crews Prepared
For Georgetown Race
5aturd S Saturdays atur days Ys Struggle on the Severn Will Open
Intercollegiate IntercollegiateSeasQn Season of df f Boating BoatingRega Regatta ta
Will WillBeHeld Be Held in Morning
ANNAPOLIS April pr1113The 13 13The The double
header he ader race rac e ea at a t Annapolis Annap olis on Saturday
between betweenth be t eon the crews of the Naval aval Acad Ac d ¬
emy e my and l lGeorgetown Georgetown will mark the tl tle e
opening op ening of tho Intercollegiate rowing
season se ason
Annapolis has by far the greatest
number nu mber of races of any college In inthe the
rountry coun co untry r meeting besides besld Georgetown
c crews cr ews from Yale YaIeUniverslty University of Penn ¬
s sy s sylvania lv lvania nia and Columbia
The Navy Nav lads have been at work on
t the th e machines m mchInes chInes since slIiceenrly early in February
a and n d havebeenon have been on the water for about
a month m onth This is is l the second year that
t the they th e havehad ha have ehadtl1 had the coaching coa Cl1i n g of Richard R ICh Id
G Glendon G lendon of the Boston Athletic Athlet1oAsso Asso Ass ¬
c ciation cla ci atoii on a most successful succ ssful instructor
It was expected that the races would
b be rowed j in the afternoon but the em ¬
b barkation barkationof of the body of the late Mexi ¬
c can ca n Ambassador has disarranged this
a and nd it may may be necessary to pull the race
off of f In the morning morning probably at atabo about t
1030 io 30 The first crews will willrow row row bvera over a
twomile t course courseand and the thesecondorew second crew
race ra ce will be for one mile and a half The
i crews cre cr Ovs s will vlIl very Yer likely eIf encounter otiriterrough rough
weather w Cather for such work and the races
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Things in the Field of Sports j
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B BASEBALL
The Detroit D troit club has sold so 1J Pitcher
Jaeger r aeger to to1I1nneapoUs Minneapolis
Charley Hickman Hi Hickrt mi ian an the ti Detroit Detroitflrst first
baseman b aseman has been having trouble In
getting g into shape this spring and is at a t
present p resent suffering from a a weak wrist
The Cleveland Americans and the Cin Cm ¬
cinnati c Nationals are to play a series se iles
for f or the championship of Ohio Oh o
Larry Lajoie Laj ie developed developeda a case case < of sore
arm arm a rm during the Southern trip and let
u j I > in his work wo rk so the wing wingis tngls is all right
again a gain Wise boy
Dick Cooley the veteran who has
seen s een service with divers league teams
has basdeclued h as decided to let up a little itIe and will
put p ut in only a a few games s during the
coming c om ing season He has signed to play
Sabbath S abbath ball with wIllia a New York semipro
team t eam
Jack TackPowelI Powell the New York American
twirler has developed a new way w y of
starting s stIrtingl Ws s delivery with the right hand
and a ndthen then pitching the ball with his left left
Th Thebalk T he balk rule strictly enforced will put
a crimp In this little trick
Pat Dougherty the New York Ameri ¬
ean an ou o u tfielder has fallen off consider consl er ¬
bly in batting this spring but Wee
Keeler is going on at his same
gait rapping out a couple a day
With Bill Clarke In the National
Le etgue gue what are we to do w without ithout his
entle voice on the coaching lines and
in n occasional o casional sprinting exhibition Bill
Gnld increase his speed if he would
l ke a few lessons with a steam roller
15 s a pacemaker p
Fielder Jones the Chicago Chtcagomanager manager
ays if Harry White the pitcher from
his city Is In condition the White Sox
Ill be in the thick of the fight for
he American League championship
New NewOrleans Orleans has a team that com ¬
Jares ares favorably with wIthan any of the teams
n the thebl big leagues Ib might rnJghtbe be well to
IaCA the team in Washington VashingtoILBuifalo Buffalo
imes
The Wilmington Independent Indepe dent team tea teafu fu fuhas has
Matty Matthews as as a catcher
Billy J3m Lush the tb Cleveland outfielder
ho is at present coaching the Yale
l aseball eb 111 < squad Is making an effort to
my the franc franchise hise of the New Haven
lubof lub of the Connecticut League i
All told S5000 persons saw the unto
casonseries series between the rival league
cams in St StLouis Louis
Sam uo Leever the pitcher v c of 0 the U PiUs lt
Urg g uob baseball b b1 club c cY Y b bv Is said d 01o to 1o 1oU have ve in
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4 ColllngsBox Ceilings Bo csi n51t Watortown N Y
are likely to be on the theupp upper r Severn i
course Tho Georgetown crews will ar ¬ I
rive in Annapolis Friday FrId y morning
Rivalry Between Crews
Extreme rivalry in InaQu aquatics aquatIcaexists Ucscxisls exists be ¬
tween the two institutions institu tions All four
crews were entered in the one raco in
tho two seasons prev prcviousto pinvious ious to this and
last year the order orderothafinlsh of the finish was
Navy first crew Georgetown first crew c ew
Navy second crew Georgetown Georg Georgetownsedond towI second
crew The previous season seasonthevictory the victory
was more decided for Georgetown Georgetownbotli botU
of its crews finlshingabead finiShing nheadO of o theKavy the the4 Navr avy
Saturdays race will wi I therefore decide
the series
How The They y Look
The members of the th Navy crews with
their helr weights are areas as follows
FIRST CREW SECOND CR CRi CRiW 5 IW i V
Name PoeWt Name PosWt
Reichmuth Str 163 Ingram Str J6C
Tafflnder c 7 166 Bartlett 7 153
Cabaniss 6 160 Rockwell 6 163
Bralnard 5 161 Johnson 5 J57 57
Bradley ii iiM M 4 174 Montgomery 4 170
Dreutzer 3 175 McKee 3 1C7
Causey 2 169 Pence 2 170
I II Jensen JensenDow w uBow Bbw 161 Atkins AtklnsBoW Bow 157
I TOllsoQ WllsonCox Cox 115 Hoover HoovcrCox Cox 122 I
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vented a smokeless powder which he
makes Eagle on a acookingstoveBrooklyn cooking stove stovel3rooklyn Brooklyn
Wouldnt be a bad idea for him to
have his picture taken to send to his
friends fnIend and relatives as a keepsake
McGraws New York Nationals are
homeward bound with a long string of
vIctories without one defeat in the
series of exhibition games
BOXING
Jack Munroe the thOwouldbe wouldbe and Doc DO
Payne who never neycrw was was S will wnf wnfox box ox ih At ¬
lanta lanta l anta on April 20
Billy BUIyDay Day the manager of Jim Bow
ker the champion bantam weight has
written w ritten to San Francisco saying that he
is I s ready read t to bring bringhiscnarge his charge to this
country for to 1a a match with Ith Frankie Neill N ellI
the t he American champion f
upon condition
that tbata a s tisfactor
satisfactory purse pursebe be guaranteed gparanteed aranteed
The sports of California Caltfornlaarc are discussing
the matter and andmay may decided to bring the
Englishman over
COLLEGE ATHLETICS
Brown University played the Provi ProvlI I
djjnce ddnce nce league leagu6team team
a a 5 tp 0 9 game the
other o er day da The T hesh shop s 5 npp 0Pclean cleaning Ing at a tBro Brown mI F
I last spring does not seem seem to tohave have done
all the university so much damage damageatter after
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The showing made by Pennsylvania In in L
tho recent Southern
trip was entirely entirel r I
unsatisfactory to Coach Coogan and
a n I
general l shakeup shake p Is expected expectedsometime sometim
this thisweek weel week
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The Harvard baseball coaches have hav
discovered in Tweed a freshman frosi
K New w York a most
> Promising promis ing
who wm probably prob bly be catcher
Picked
backsw backswi backstoD JII i for or sub
Captain Thorpe of the Columbia foot
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ball team of next fall has extended I
an invitation to the
scholastic l
stars of New gridiron 1
York who Whocxpect expect to go to t
college next season to attend the annual annua I
Columbia football dinner in about two
weeks Pretty good way to get them
MISCELLANEOUS
A A movement is on foot
to arrange an an I
intercity golf match between the cracI
players of St StLo Louis and Chicago
August 4 and 5 have been set aside asid
for the field and track trackchampionshiJs championshios
which are to be held in inconnectIon connection w ith 1
the Lewis Lewisand and andClark Clark Exposition at Port ¬
land Ore
TOM To ROLAND
TARHEELS TAR HEELS PROMISE
TO CAUSE TROUBLE
North Carolini Carolinians Cali olinians all s 1 Meet An ¬
cient Foes Tomorrow
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MAY TRY YOUNG YO NG PITCHER
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Drennon May Be Given Chance Again I Ii i
to Snow Georgetown Training TrainingQld Old
LineUp Continued
Tomorrow Tomortowafternoon afternoon at 415 oclock at
Georgetown Geor etown Field w what Jtat promises promses to tOb2 to ba
a gciod game of ball will take place plac
when hen the heavyhitting hea vyhitting team from the th
University of North Carolina will cross
bats with the strong aggregation of
Georgetown University Unlcrslt
The team from North NorthCarollna Carolina in past
years has been very successful l lagainst against
Georgetown having defeated the
strong team of 1002 19O by bya a large larsescore score
The team representing North Carolina
is said to be as strong as in past years
and with the the formidable aggregation aggrega lon
that represents Georgetown this year a
game between both nines shou should ld idproe prove
as s interesting as any college polIegegame game of I
the season i
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Georgetown not having been beendefeated defeated
by any college nine n incso so fij this season
will put up a a hard fight to win tomor
row The Georgetown squad squads is practic
lug ingdan dally and strengthening strength nlng any weak
points that may be found In the game
o or last Monda Monday with the University of
Pennsylvania there were some changes
in the Infield McGqttlgan cG1ttlgan was as taken
from center and an placed at short his
place placeat at center was tilled by Burns and
Mar lflrwll tell covered right garden This
same lineup will be seen tomorrow
Thus one of last years r rs varsity pitch
crs ersor e rs or Drennon the young left hander
will w ill twirl for Georgetown Neither of
those th ose pitchers has been tried In any an of I
the th e recent rec nt games and having shown
good g ood form in practice they should be in
good g ood condition
GEORGETOWN G EOIIGET PREPS
WILL ILL HOL GAMES
ir Annual A n n nalIn alIn alIno Indoor o rGamcs Games Next Ne xt Tues ¬
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day dayDual Dua l Between Upper Classes Cj sses
Seniors Well Represented
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The first annual interclass field and
meet ri1 ct of the Georgetown G orgetowi1 Prep
chool Athletic Association will be > e held
n Georgetown Field on next Tuesday
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For some time Interest in this branch
f athletics at the school has been on
he wane w iLDe ne and andm It was largely on OII o this 1fs ac ¬
It was decided m to to hold hold the meet
Prizes will be awarded the winners
nd second men
From present indications indicattonsthe the games
ill be largely a dual affair affair between the
wo upper classes clnssesas as these olasses have
ost of the best athletes
The seniors s niors will be represented r presented by
2ptain Gately Duggan Montgomery I
nd Jess Je 5 who composed compos d the AllPrep AlI Prep
eam 1m < that has represented represent d the institu ¬
iOn in most of the Indoor meets and
Gorman the shot putter Palien has
eenentered een entered in a number of events ents
eilly will enter the half and mile
The junior preps will be represented
y Giblon Cohen Blandin Beckett Be kett Cul
cn Von Schrndcr Byrne ByrneMor Morse e Mahr
Harris and Clark No admission will be j
and a large larg crowd is expected i
DOYLE AGAIN PRESIDENT I
At the annual meeting of the Potomac j
oat Club last night n Ight John ohn Hadley Doyle
as reelected president for the tenth j
ime W E Merritt vice Ice president E j
Gasch Gaschsecrctary secretary Charles CharlesG G i
treasurer Carl C rl Mueller cap j
aln am Frank B B Gordon first lieutenant j
Robert Heath secortU seco nd lieutenant
oard of g governors vcrn rs to serve ne three
ears Messrs John Hadiey Doyle Do le
harles G Gordon E Richard Gasch
nd Robert Heth l I
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THE H SWIFT SPECIFIC SPECIIFCCOATIAIiTA GQ GQM M ATLANTA GA GA
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They act like Exercise
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Nationals Will Open
Ball Season Tomorron Tom 0 rrow I
First F irst American League Game With WithNewYor NewYorl New Yor I IJ J
Club ClubCasePatten ClubCase Case Patten Will Wi1l0ppose Oppose Jack
Chesbro ChesbroBand Band BandConcert Concert
Tomorrow is the thedav day of all days
The old original orig origi i nal rooter roo root rooer t er who has been
corked co rked up all winter wInterwUl will be In his glory
with with w ith the opening of another another season of
the th e most popular of all American games
While hl1efandom fandom In all parts of the coun ¬
try tr y will rejoice rejoi e and be merry the Io local ea
rooters ro oters will WlIIhave have an especial especlalcau2c cause l lpr for pr
elation el laUonns ation as tomorrow marks the begin ¬
r ning ru ng of f a new new regime in local baseball base baIl
affairs af fairs
The T he Nationals
The old timeworn name of Senators
has h as been dropped and andfn In the future utuno our r
j brave br avO defenders
will be known as ai the
Nationals N ationals Besides this is the first time
since since si nce the American league entered the
city ci ty that the club is owned by local 10 a1
c canital ca nital
There will wIIIbe be a band concert at the
park p ark tomorrow before the beginning beginningor of
the th e game Haleys Hale sband band will commence 1
a a t 3 oclock oclockand and will mfill fill an anhQurwlth hour with a 0
popular p rprogramme jjrograrhme
It is the thefntentfo n
Intention of themanage1lent he ie management
to have Senator Gorman a membelo member of f
the tJl th e original oz Iginal Nationa Nationals ationals ls to throw the all > ball
onto ° o nto the field fleldl but > ut in lit case he Is unable un able
t to attend Commissioner CommlssI6nerW
West st will prob ¬
a ably bly do the honors of the occasion
J Patten P atten ys Chesbro
Manager Stahl Sta hl has elected the willing
1 worker w orker Case Patten to do the pitching
i for f or the Washington club while Manager
Clarke C larke Griffith will wlUprobably probably send Jack Jack
Chesbro C hesbro
the Highlanders
star sta box ar r ¬
t tist ti st to the center of the diamond for
t the he Gothnmites Gothamites
The New York club clUbwl1l will arrive in this
city ci ty this evening The game tomprrbw tomprr W I
will be called caUedat at 430 oclock and andthe the bat ba t ¬
ting t ing order rder will be as as s follows
LineUp Line Up
Nationals New New York Y rk
Jones cf Dougherty lf
Hill I 3b Keeler r rf
Stahl lb r Elberfeld ss
Huelsman lf IfV1Iliams Williams 2b
Cassldy CassId ss Fultz cf c
Mullen 2b Co C Conroy riroy I IroY3 roY3 3b
Cassaday rf r Chase Chas lb
KIttredge Klttredgecatcher catcher Kleinow Catcher ateher tcher
Patten Pattenpi pitcher cher Chesbro Ches ro pitcher
The Young YoungEagles Eagles agleS want wantgames games wit with h l
teams t eams averaging aeraglngllfteen fifteen years The Ore On 3
gons of Southeast and the Orioles Ori lesof of If
North Capltolstreetprefene Capitol street preferred L Line Lii
up William tiIlia111Copperclte Coppercite pitcher and ai
captain IrJnCopperc1teshortStop Irvin Coppercite shortstop shottuth
John Saks catcher E Reynolds Re nolds third thui
base A Howard center centerfieldC field C Rey Re ¬
nolds left letfield field John Dugan first base bas
C Howard second base and George Geor
Memikelm remlk Jm right rjghtfield field Address Richard Richa I
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Why cant cmtyou you eat as you used to 1 I
Simply because Your Iherdoesnt liver doesnt 10 < itS
Work aork properly Its It business is to take
bleout bile out on ot ot the 1 blood 1ood which acts as aa
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and nd yottleel y feel worn out tired and lifeless
and an d deach each succeeding day brings no religL
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Natures Laxative
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will be convinced that these little littl vega ¬
table ublepills ublepillsare pills are indeed a tonic and stimu ¬
lant to the functions of the liver Then
your brain brainwil will be active your your ourmind mind clear
and health conditions again nesbblishe nesbblished esta blishe blished d
and you youcaneat can eat anything Get your liver
right ri RhtSniths Smiths Pineapple and Butternut
Pills PII1snct act gently but surely on the liver
These little li le Vegetable Vegeta ble pills
Cure Cons Constipation tipation
Biliousness and Sic k
Headache in one night
25 2 cents at all dealers d 31ers A cure cureat at the
peoples price
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French Fren h Horn 250 o d up Jacks Tacks J22S up
Dupex Palls Pa11s1W JlTj i77 Pumps 5L25 U5 up Sp S Spark = rk
Plugs Plu S3c S c up Gloves JI2S L25 L up Ammeters
4 up upz Oil Guns SIc up Horn HOmB Bellows l1o s rO 250
up Kingston Carburatora Carburatorsat at low lowt1gur figures
Gogelfts GoggPs5c 25c up Lamps 16 6 up leather
Jackets JacketsS JS up Robes of olan all makes 5273 273 15 up
Tire Inner Tube and TooF Cases Cas JL50 tp t p
Yankee Switches Toe nkup up Gaenet Coil sIngle
cylinder cyl1n er J15 i Pliers and andWrenchcl Wrenches at low
figures fi es and other BC suphles pIies Ues
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41 s S 5 I L I SUSU J J J I 14 I
1 A Square Deal Deal DeaIn l In Shoes for Every Man
o50 350 33 50 Mens Shoes
A Specialty
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NEW SHOE STORE
FOR MEN
RICHARDS RIOI4ARDSNEWSHOESTORE NEW NEWHOE SHOE STORE
1229 Pa Pal l Ave Just Below 13th
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75c doz bottles b ttles t ti5c
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