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Don't wear flashily figured tics.
DON'T wear a hat which does not be? come you, no matter what the hatter says is the style. DON'T wear a hat a size too-large so that it may sit/back on your head; remember that in a city's streets you are not in an English hunting field, where the custom properly belongs. DON'T wear any collar low in the back; the back of the neck should be dressed the same as the front. - : --:- v - : .. - . ' ' -iM DON'T wear collars so high that they give you the effect of being strangled, nor high-banded, turn-over collars so close in front that they look as if you had to get into them with a button-hook. c DON'T wear flashily figured ties; if you must wear a bright color, let it be a solid one. DON'T wear elaborate jewelry with sack clothes. «-- _ — — — - .... . . ttzt - _ _ .....__. .-. 1.....L. I The Immense, Cut-out "Bull" Durham Sign is a familiar sight in the outfield of Baseball Parks 1 , ."fill'" f';i»^|' H Hitting this "Bull" Sign with a fairly-batted fly-ball for a $50.00 prize is a feature of the National Game! . ■ «»*■* s«M~~ 1~ «• •• ea|lSie«Hg»i «s»»sstim 1 ** ■ Baseball Players Won $10,550 for "Hitting the Bull" Last Season! ! ! i 'IT-HE famous cut-out "Bull" Durham sign is erected in the outfield of : Gandil, Walter Johnson, Ping Bodie, Jack Murray, Hal Maggart, Hans Lobert, j | j I » league baseball parks throughout the United States. Every player who Gabby Cravath and Ben Houser. An additional prize of 72 sacks of "Bull" x , hits this giant "Bull" sign with a fairly-batted fly-ball in a regularly sched- Durham is awarded for every home-run made in regular league games in parks \ \ uled game,- is presented with a check for $50.00 by the manufacturers of "Bull" where these "Bull" Durham signs are erected. Last year, baseball players ! i Durham 1 Tobacco. Last season these cut-out "Bull ,v Durham signs were hit won 257,400 sacks ($12,870 worth) of "Bull" Durham by batting out 3,575 S| m 211 times in league games for a grand total of $10,550. Some of the famous , home runs! Making a grand total of $23,420 awarded to baseball;players WR j •Dasebah players who received $50.00 checks for "hitting the Bull" are: Chick by the manufacturers of "Bull" Durham Tobacco during the season of 1912. j£& ■■ ■ ■ M m ■ ■ ■■fc. M M Mk \WWvMM X — * hoo , k of "P a P* r s" with jflffk &X IRI B •- Mill lim fl HH eachS-cent muslin sack, ~WB ' I .; _' BULL DURHAM ' j*3& -**——"* ■ 30 Style Don'ts for Men George Bo C. Hogae, the Well=KnowM;AMthor= Sty on 'Appointments, for Men's Dress, Gives Some Pithy Pointers' to Particular Persons DON'T hide all your shirt with your waistcoat in the Summer. DON'T wear j white or yellow: gloves in the day time—--or night for that matter unless you can keep them immaculately clean. DON'T wear patent leather boots with ';*?; v .-■-• ".•.-. * ~■:.". . -'- .*.■-•■ ■•: ■•/:';; ■- l ■"■■ , fancy tops with sack clothes. -iv ; ---' --•■■- •■ .: -''- '->'---•' '- .- : ~ ■ --': ■ ''•'■-■-. r .--' ■ ■ ~.;. < . . • :..--; ■.: --. ; , ..-• -■ ■• - ;• DON'T have your russet boots highly polished. DON'T wear coats with upholstered shoulders. DON'T wear padded clothes of anvkind: they are ungraceful nAM , T ■/':■••-. ■ \ .. . ... ■• | .. ; : DON'T v wear sleeves so large that they make your arms look as if they did not be long to your body. DON'T let the length of your sack coat cut off the length of your leg; the proper coat is the one which gives as tall and slender an appearance as possible. \ f DON'T wear peg-top trousers; they make your hips appear too large. DON'T wear your coats with flaring skirts, for by the same token you destroy the long, straight lines which well-dressed men always seek to attain. DON'T wear turned-up trousers so long that they hang over your shoes; let them be really turned up above the ankles. DON'T wear evening clothes or a dinner jacket until after 6 P. M. DON'T wear a derby hat with evening clothes. DON'T wear an evening coat that meets in front. DON'T wear cuffs on your evening coat. DON'T wear a black waistcoat with formal evening dress: white is the only proper material. DON'T wear long points on your white evening waistcoat. Don't take the hatter's word for it. \\ [ DON'T wear soft shirts with a tailed evening coat. DON'T wear gray i silk ties with any evening coat white or blacky ties alone are permissible and the plainer the better, save that dimity or pique may be substituted for linen for the white ties. DON'T wear any necktie which is made up; if you can't tie a scarf or a bow, learn how. Others have learned. DON'T wear calfskin pumps. Pumps should be of patent leather with high vamps. DON'T wear buckles j on your evening pumps.. DON'T wear a high-banded, turn over collar with a dinner jacket. ; DON'T wear fancy-socks with evening clothes. DON'T wear loud patterns in shirts. V } ,- : .:-..- DON'T overdress!v '