THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMEs
ibaes Treated to Swat Fest led.
Homers by Smith's Mem
IT'S ALL WRONG, JUDGE, IT'S ALL WRONG. By Goldberg
LENT! OF HARD
UT 7-2 VICTORY
IT JUST ' SUCH PETTY
CRAW M AIS AS YcU TVVfT.
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IRK li STORE
FOR TRUCK MEN
Fusiiiade of Fourteen Hits
Backed Up by Schorrs Stel
lar Pitching, Takes Senators'
In one grand, glorious, gluttonous.
watf.t that started in tin first in
ning and never 'ih1 i1 until the eighth
the Hoosbrs arns" in wrath yesterday
at Sprinbrook park and tok the
measure of tht Ianslng Senators T-2.
fc'uch a fusillade of hits that streamed
over tht confines of the park has per
haps not been s-en in rnan.v a day. It
lfi,'an right in the tirst inning when
Mr. svhmifk clubbed one right on
the nose as it earn soaring to the
plate and s nt it rejoicing on its way
lar over the bft garden, winked as it
tailed over the left fielder's head, sang
past the signboards and then bumped
into the Kate. Had the gate ben open
In all likelihood it would he traveling
yet. I-ansing nt to he outdone sent
llelmer up to the plate, who took one
good, healthy luist at the hall and like
S'hniii'k's it went seething through
the left suburbs until it ran its nose
Into the Kate and grounded.
1 I lilt and No Frrors.
Nary a bobble and 14 hits was South
T '.end's record for yesterday's tilt. It
was Sunday's i;anv with its swats, only
the swats in yesterday's tilt were put
in hole. Perhaps that particular is due
to the fact that Lansing pitching is
fruit for the Hoosiers, because in
very series this season in which the
two aggregations have ( lashed, home
runs have featured the panics.
Big Schorr deserves a lot of credit
for his showing in yesterday's tilt. He
pitched u great game, allowed but
live hits. got a stolen base, and best
of all scored two men in the second
with a drive over shortstop. It was
a game br.nful of excitement. Catch
er Matterson of the Senators was put
off the tie'd In the eighth for ques
tioning (VWs decision of Dobbins'
slide into tre plate, and the homers
of Schmlek and Hemor sent an al
ready wild crowd into hysterics.
Sohmlck's homer was the only tally
scored in the nrst. Korfhagen and
Patterson both died on grounders in
the infield. Then came Schmick's
birr timer. Arndt strur!: out.
Kiefer started the second with an
cas.v grounder to first, and Stevenson
came up with a hot one that was to
smoky for Kelley to handle proper
ly, and when he finally threw it. the
ball w nt high over C.urne.v's head put
ting Stevie on second. Foly banged
a short single to left, which nut Stev
enson on third. Dobbins dumped a
slow one to Murphy, who peeked to
the plate, catching Stevenson between
the bases. Dobbins was safe at sec
ond and Foley got around to third
while they were tossing the hall hack
and forth trying to nab Stevenson.
Then Schorr came across with a hot
drive over short which put Foly and
'Dobbins across the plate. Korfhagen
ended the inning with a grounder to
The first Ionising counter came In
the fifth, and It was llelmer who did
the big Job. He walloped the pill
so hard that it went out behind the
big red sign in left field, and his cir
cuit of the bags was completed before
the ball was relayed back into reach
In their half of the fifth the Hoos
iers put across another marker and
Patterson earned himself some more
free tonsorial work. Korfhagen plant
ed the pill In the glove ,f the short
Mop and was an easv kill at the first
sack. Then Patterson swatted one to
left field, that If the wind had not
been blowing, would have journeyed
toward the same red sign. It out him
on third and Schmb scored him with
a drive to left center. Arndt went
down short to first, and Kiefer was a
victim of Lyons in left.
Two :ire II red.
The grand rally and grouping of
safeties came In the eighth. Arndt
led with a safet.v through short, but
was caught at second when Kiefer
ent a grounder to short. Kiefer went
to third when Stevenson singled to
left, and hoth scored when Dobbins
planted one in left. Foley singled, but
was caught at third when Dobbins
singled to left, while the Hooxier re
ceiver went to second on the putout.
Fchoor pot his second single and stole
second while Matterson and 'Vte were
arguing whether Iobbins was safe or
not. Matterson was put out of the
field at this point, and when Xeu
sehafer hutted iivto the conversation
Lnew spring shades in
SILK HOSE FOR LADIES.
I- HOMEOF GOOD CLOTHES i
4 CB.STEED, fOrt.
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A Mb BoAb
from the eoachinp line, he was or
dered out alons: with the Insin re
eeiver. White caught the rest of the
panic for the Senators.
The second and last Iansint? tally
came in the seventh. Fpencer was
issued a pass, hut was caught at sec
ond when llelmer grounded to short,
lie was sent to third when Lyons
sent one through the hole at second.
Stimpson walked and flurney started
a ,douhle play w hen he grounded to
Stevenson. llelmer scored on the
play, but Stimpson was caught at sec
ond, and when Lyons tried to take
home on the same, play, he was
caught by Foley's peg. In the eighth
and ninth the Senators were put down
in straight time.
Figures of tlie Claim.
South Bend AH. K. H. TO. A. K.
Korfhagen. 3b 4 0 0 0 2 0
Patterson, rf 4 1 1 1 0 0
Schmick. lb 4 1 3 f 0 0
Arndt. cf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Kiefer. If 4 1 o 2 0 n
Stevenson, ss 4 1 "X C, 0
Folev. 2 b 4 I 2 .1 0
Dobbins, c 4 2 2 5 2 0
Schorr, p 4 0 2 0 2 0
Totals .16 7 It 27 15 0
IansinK AH. K. H. TO. A. K.
McHale. ss 2 0 0 1 4 0
Kellev. 2b 4 ft 0 3 3 1
Spencer, cf ?. 0 1 2 0 0
llelmer. rf 4 2 1 2 0 0
Lvons. If o 1 4 1 0
Stimpson. 3b 2 0 I 1 2 0
ilurnev. lb . 7 2 0
Matterson. c 0 1 2 4 0
Murphy, p 0 2 3 0
White, c 0 0 n 0 0 0
Totals 2 7 2 5 24 19 1
South I lend . . .
. . .120 010
. . .00.0 010
Sacrifice hit Foley. Three base
hit Patterson. Home runs Schmick.
llelmer. liases n balls Off Schorr,
4: off Murphy. 1. Struck out Hy
Schorr. 4; by Murphy, 1. Stolen base
Schorr. Double plays Schorr to
Foley to Schmick: Foley to Stevenson
to Schmick: Stevenson to Foley to
lobbins. Time of game 1:40. Fm
pir s Cote, strikes and balls; Khrbar,
CARDS LOSE TO BRAVES
i:aii Iomt i:nabbs lioston to Win.
Tli rcc to Tvto.
st. Loirns. Mo.,
Hraves won. 3 to 2.
earlv bad. Murray
May 2. Tyler
Monday and the
Boston took an
doubled in the
first and scored on Schmidt's single.
In the second Martin singled, Mann
sacrificed ami on Tyler's tap to Rob
inson, Martin was safe at third when
nolan muffed the throw. Maranville's
hit scored the two. Miller's double
followed by two singles gave the Car
dinals a run in the fourth and in the
sixth two singles followed by Cather's
double scored another.
lioston 120 000 000 3 11 1
St. Iuis 0 0 1 101 000 2 7 2
Tyler and Whaling: Robinson and
Wingo. Umpires Uigler and Fmslle.
WELCH SHADES MAND0T
XEW ORLEANS. La.. May 26.
Freddie Welch Monday night shaded
Joe Mandot in ten rounds at Pelican
park before a crowd of 5,00u persons.
Welch had the advantage all the way
and in the last round nearly had Man
B-! s; si
Trten to rrtH crrr
ocooo- PJf Nobr
CUB BATTING FEST
Three Singles and Triple Sends
Demaree to Club House
Two in Eighth Make Final
Five to One.
CHICAGO, May 26. A batting
rally in the third inning won Mon
day's game for the Cubs, 5 to 1.
Three singles and Saier's triple net
ted three runs and chased Demaree
tn the club house. The Giants scored
their run in the fourth on Corriden's
error, a single and Good's error. In
the eighth, with Schauer pitching,
Saier's double; a sacrifice and an error
by the pitcher gave the locals two
New York 000 100 0-00 1 5 1
Chicago . 00 3 000 02 5 i 4
Demaree. Schauer and Meyers;
Cheney ad Rresnahan. Umpires
Orth and liyron.
PHILS TAKE SWAT FEST
Cincinnati Victim of Doom's Men,
Six to Four.
CIXCOIXXAT1, O., May 2. Phila
delphia took a hard hitting contest
from Cincinnati, 6 to 4, Monday.
Mayer pitched good ball until the
seventh when the Reds started batting
him and Dooin sent Marshall in. He
held the locals s;ife. Rowan was hit
freeij.- in the pinches.
Philadelphia ..021 000 01 6 11 2
Cincinnati . ..000 001 1204 1
Mayer, Marshall and Killifer; Row
an, ingersoll and Clarke and Gonzales.
Fmpir ?s K!em and Hart.
WAGNER WINS FOR PIRATES
Defeated in CIom? Game
lTvo to Four.
PITTSBURGH. Pa.. May
Wagner's single In the ninth, scoring
Yiox, won for the pirates, 5 to 4.
Monday. Cooper pitched a good
game until the eighth, when Dalton
nicked him for a home run. In the
ninth Hummell and Smith singled,
and O'Mara, running for the former,
scored on Cutshaw's out at first.
Brooklyn 101 000 011 4 S 1
Pittsburgh . ...200 101 001 5 11 2
Rucker, Ragon, Wagner and Mil
ler; Cooper and Gibson. Umpires
Quigley and Eason.
Feds Take Ten
(in me r to ?.
PITTSBUPiGir. Pa.. May 2 6. The
Indianapolis Federals made their first
appearance here of the. season Mon
day and deflated the Rebels 5 to 3
in a 10-inning game.
Both Falkenberg and Walker
pitched good ball, the former having
the shade. With the score tied in the
tenth Indianapolis scored two. when
Campbell singled, went to second on
McKechnie's sacrifice and scored on
Iaporte s double. The latter scored
s single. The
rame was a great one-hand catch
McKechnie in the eighth which
saved the game for his side.
Indianapolis .200 e-io 000 10 1
Pltf nliiir-Vi mill i n
p;,it.,n),.;; ".,,i' "i,. "
- 'v, HIIVI .It II Illicit, II ill l
NAPS DEFEAT RED SOX
BOSTOX, May 26. I liability to hit
Mitchell's southpaw slants spdbd dis
aster for the Red Sox Monday and
they dropped the opening game of th
Cleveland series 3 to O. Th. v made
but three safeties off the Clewlar.tl
Hinder. Rav Collins e-sawd to do the
pitching for the Sox ik! v.hi:- not
hit very hard experi-nc 1 a lew rocky
sessions early in the com.- and eor.se-
iuentl.v went dovvn to deft at.
Cleveland . ...V1 200 Ot'.O 3 5
lioston 000 000 OfO 0 3 3
Mitchell and Cari-:i: Collins,
Coomle and Carrigau and Thomas.
Umpire Chill and Sheridan.
7 i -'-r.
:e. ax r
W. L,. Pet.
Pittsburgh 21 X .72 4
Xew York 16 11 .593
Cincinnati 2o 14 .58S
St. I.oais 17 19 .4 72
Prooklyn 13 15 .4 6 1
Philadelphia 12 If. .444
Chicago ir 19 .4 41
Post on 7 19 .269
A M i : K I C A X J J i ta i :.
Detroit 21 13 .61S
Washington 19 12 .613
Philadelphia 17 11 .607
Xew York 14 1 . .4 83
Poston 14 1.". .4 S3
St. Don is 1 ." 17 .4 69
Cleveland 10 22 .4 55
Chicago 15 20 .4 29
AM FRICAX ASSOCIATION.
Milwaukee 19 14 .576
Indianapolis 20 13 .371
Douisville 20 16 .536
Cleveland IS IS .500
Minneapolis 16 17 .r8 3
Columbus 16 19 .437
St. Paul 13 20 .42 9
Kansas City 14 19 .4 2 4
Baltimore 20 7 .741
St. Douis 16 16 .500
Brooklyn 12 13 .4 SO
Buffalo 13 14 .481
Chicago 16 16 .500
Indianapolis 14 15 .4S3
Kansas City 15 IS .455
Pittsburgh 11 IS .379
u i :s i ' i Ts v i :sti ; iidav.
Chicago. 3; Xew York, 1.
Pittsburgh, 5; Brooklyn. 4.
Philadelphia, 6; Cincinnati,
St. Louis. 2; Boston, 3.
Chicago, 1; Xew York, 0.
Cleveland. 3; Boston, 0.
Philadelphia, 6; St. Louis, 2.
Washington, 10; Detroit, 1.
Columbus. 12; St. Paul, 11.
Cleveland, 5; Mil.vaukee, 4.
Indianapolis, 6; Kansas City, 5
Mineapolis, 3; Louisville, 2 (10
Dayton 5. Springfield 7.
Terre Haute 6. Grand Rapids 2.
Evaniville 1, Fort W&ne 4.
Chicago at Xew York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Detroit at Washington.
Cleveland at Boston.
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
Boston at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati,
Xew York at Chicago.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Kansas City at Buffalo.
St. Louis at Baltimore.
Indianapolis at Pittsburgh.
St. Paul 320 200 02211 16 4
Columbus. ... 203 201 004 12 11 5
Boardman. Hopper, Karger and
Glenn and 'James Scheneberg;' Mc
Velght and i?mith. Umpires Stone
Milwaukee . ..201 100 0004 12 4
Cleveland 010 210 001 5 13 3
Young and Hushes; Kahler and De
voght. Umpires Murray and John
son. At Indianapolis:
K. City .002 100 010 010 05
Ind'plis . .002 OOU 2ue 010 1 6
Richie and Moore; Merz and
I inotone. Umpires Owen and
Minpls olO CoO 010 1 3 Z, 2
L'sville . ...000 200 000 0 2 S 0
Iike and Rondeau; Northrop and
Severoid and Cb-mons. Umpires
Westervelt and O'Brien.
Outolaying Kalamazoo in
;its oi the gam
Adrian : M on
tcic'lt d up for
to A. Rynrson was
K hit, five of ih"m
for two bases.
Adrian ""0 oer 7 1
Kalamuoo . ..loo 100 20c 4 7
Walls and Woudi,; Ryncrson
Scott Holds Chance's Hopefuls
to Three Hits Weaver
Scores Only Run on Double,
Out and Long Fly.
XEW YORK, May 26. The White
Sox took the opening game of their
series with the Yankees Monday, 1 to
0. Scott was on the mound for the
visitor:? and Manager Chance's "hope
fuls" could do nothing with his bend
ers. He struck out seven and walked
one, allowing but three hits. The
only run of the game came in the
fourth. Weaver doubled, went to
third on Chase's out and scored after
a long lly. Bodie singled and Alcock
doubled in this inning, but Warhop
exerted himself and cut o:f further
Chicago 000 100 0001 6 0
Xew York ....000 000 000 0 3 0
Scott and Schalk; Warhop and Rog
ers. Umpires Evans and ?2gan.
SENATORS NOW NEAR TOP
Johnson Helps Take First of Series
WASHINGTON, May 26. With
Walter Johnson on the mound the
Senators had an easy time winning the
first of the series from Detroit, 10 to
1, Monday. This puts the Senators
within striking distance of the top of
the league. Bentley relieved Johnson
in the eighth when the grame was
beyond dajiger. Shanks' lever slide
under the arm of Burns t 1 Morgan's
catch of a line drive resulted in a
double play wero the features of the
contest. The Senators pounded three
Tiger pitchers for a total of 14 hits.
Detroit 001 000 0-00 1 7 0
Washington ..041 100 22 10 14 1
Cavet, Mains, Reynolds and Stanage
and McKee: Johnson. Bentley and
Williams. Umpires Hildel rand
Battle Creek 17 7 .70S
Hay City 14 8 .63G
.Saginaw 12 11 .522
Flint 12 12 .500
Jackson 12 13 .4 80
Toledo ..11 13 .45S
Iansing 11 14 .440
Adrian 11 U .440
South Ilend 1 4 .331
Kalamazoo 9 14 .331
Iiiin-ing at South Bend.
Bay City at Jackson.
Battle Creek at Toledo.
Adrian at Kalamazoo.
Saginaw at Flint.
11 HSU LTS YKSTKRDAY.
South Bend, 7; Lansing, 2.
Flint. 10: Saginaw. 3.
Adrian, 7; Kalamazoo, 4.
Battle Creek. 8; Toledo, i.
Bay City, 10; Jackson. 6.
fordToses his first
Kansas City Defeats Buffalo Fight to
BUFFALO. X. Y.. May 21. Russell
Ford lost his first game for Buffalo
Monday, being hit hard at the very
outset and driven to cover. Moran.
who succeeded him. pitched good ball,
but w:th two on bases was relieved for
a pinch hitter. The final :core of S
to 4 wo old have been much closer but
for loose fielding on the pirt of the
Huff-Feds. Louden received a spike
wound which will keep him out of the
gam for some time.
Kansas Cit.v .. 410 00J 102 S 15 2
Buffalo 001 010 01 : 4 I ?
CuP.op and Easterly; .Moore and
T" At - tC"S . I I
NO KNOCKS, NO BOOST,
JUST PLAIN CREDITS
11 Y MURRAY.
Lansing again today. The first real
chance to take, the edge in a series.
Doc Schmick was hammering that
J '11 jesterday. His first drive went
way hack in deep left nnd was good
for a circuit. The nexr two were sin
gles. Pitcher Murphy showed a good pic
ture of expression in that third in
ning. He was afraid of Schmick aft
er his home run and tried to feed Doc
high ones. Doc reached up and tap
ped the next one to center. Murphy
looked as if he had lost his best friend.
The Hoosiers pulled a good piece of
base running in the second. With two
on, Dobbins hit to Murphy and Stev
enson was headed off on his way to
home. Steve chased back and forth
long enough to let Foley reach third
and Dobbins second.
Now guess what happened next?
Schorr caught one on the nose and
lined it to left field. Dobbins and
Foley both chased across. Korfhagen
ended It by grounding to Kelley.
Patterson got a triple by a narrow
margin in the fifth. The drive was
good for two bags, but Pat wanted
three and he got them although the
toss at third caused a close decision.
Among other things Schorr stole a
base. Dobbins came home on his sec
ond single and there was a question
raised. Madison was arguing some
when Schoor hiked on down to second.
McHale made a brilliant stop of
Arndt's drive in the eighth but too
late to get his man. lie plucked It
with his raw mit.
Dobbins came through in the eighth
with a slashing single to left with the
bases tilled, scoring two men. Foley
tried to rach third from first and
was nipped by Lyons to Madison to
Five hits were all Sehorr allowed.
Two of these were drives that Steven
son and Korfhagen grabbed but could
not get to first in time.
llelmer scored both the runs for the
visitors. lie did the first one all by
himself when he hit to left for a cir
cuit of the bags. Keifer lost the ball
hut it was a question as to his being
able to reach it.
Arndt robbed Matterson of a hit In
the third, by a shoestring grab.
Three fast doubles were pulled by
the locals. Schorr started the first.
Folev the second and Stevenson the
With the bases filled in the seventh
things looked bad for the Hoosiers.
But one man was down and Gurney
hit Stevenson. There was no chance
to get the man at home so Stevie
tossed to Foley for the first out. Ly
ons got ambitious and started for
home, but Foley's throw nailed him.
We gain a few more points.
Looks like they have started.
Couldn't beat that infield ye sterday.
Get another today.
HICKMAN SAVES DAY
Goes in With Ba5cs Full and Holds
BAY CITY, May 2C. Taking the
mound with the bases filled in the
fourth inning, Archie Hickman saved
the day for the Beavers who won
from Jackson Uy a 10 to 6 score.
Coombs lifted the ball over the b f t
field fence twice"' during the game for
home runs. Grossman lasted just two
innings for the visitors, being takn
out to give Spaulding an opportunity
to stop the home club. The latter was
hit hard in the third and sixth.
Jackson 010 200 021 6 l 2
Bay City 123 00-4 00 10 1 1 2
Spaulding. Grossman and Cote;
McGarry, Hickman and Donnelly.
BROOK-FEDS ARE EASY
Hendricks Stingy With Hits and hi
BROOKLYN, N. Y.. May 20. lb -n-drix
held the Brook-Feds to five hits
Monday and Chicago won without
trouble. "4 to 0. The former Pirate
wirier was in excellent form and was
aided by the timely hitting of his
teammates. Sorners. pitching for
Brooklyn, was touched for 12 hits In
all. Tinker and Farrell split the bat
ting honors and the latter df served
the frequent applause h received for
Chicago OlO Olo l'l 4 12 0
.000 0tH Ooo
md Wivsun; Sorners and
Gold and Blue Prepares For
Triangular Meet at Lafay
ette Friday Purdue Feared
Most in Meet For Title.
Hard work and plenty of it is in
store for the varsity track team at
Xotre Dame this week. The gold and
blue is io compote with Purdue. nd
Indiana, Friday, Jn a triangular meot
that will practically decide the stato
championship, and every man on the
local team is working his head off
to et in the best of shape for Friday's
gathering. Xotre Dame is not bank
ing on winning first honors, but if
hard, persistent work counts for any
thing, the locals will ! well to the
front in the contest with the down
Purdue is most feared bv the gold
and bice, but the Boilermakers hae
not been conceded a certain victory.
If the gold and blue men go fairly
well at Lafayette, Friday, the contest
between X'otre Dame and Purdue for
first honors will surely be a hot one.
Harper has taken Harry Xewning and
"Dutch" Bergman from the baseball
squad in order that these men may be
able to devote all their energies b
track. With Bergman in the dashes
Xotre Dame is practically sure of first
places in the 100 and 220. X'one of
the downstate sprinters have come up
with Bergman's marks, and he should
bring home the bacon in both races.
Xotre Damp is also banking on Xew
ning to grab points in the dashes.
Harry ran right up behind Bergman
indoors and should go as well In the
Roekne is paying special attention
to the pole vault these days with the
intention of downing Phelps of Pur
due and Wicks of Indiana. A vic
tory for Xotre Dame in the polo vault
would go a long way toward deciding
the meet, for both of the downstate
schools are strong in this event.
Phelps has a mark of 12 feet In the
vault and the Boilermakers are confi
dent that he will win. Wicks has
beaten Phelps this year with a vault
of 11 feet 9 Inches. "Rock" went
12 feet 4 indoors in the Central A. A.
IT. meet in Chicago and has an excel
lent chance to cop premier honors.
Coach Harper lias entered tho fol
lowing men for Friday's meet: 10-0-yard
dash, Bergman, Newning; 220
yard dash. Captain Ilenehan. Berg
man, Xewning; 4 40-yard run. Captain
Honehan, Birder and Welch; SO-yard
run. Plant. Bartholomew; 1-mile run.
Miller, Bartholomew, Racigalupo;
2-mile run. Miller, Costello. Racigalu
po; high Jump, Hood, .Mills; broad
jump, Rockne, Hood; pole vault,
Rockne; discus throw. Eichenlaub,
Jones; shot put, Eichenlaub, Rockne;
high and low hurdles, Larkin, Dicgan.
BEAT BROWNS FIRST TIME
Oldring of Macks Wins Game hj
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. May 2.
Herb Pennock's effective pitching
aided by the batting of Rule Oldring
gave the Athletics their first victory
of the season over St. Iuis Monday,
6 to 2. Pennock fanned 12 of the
Browns and was master of the situa
tion at all times. IYatt made three
of the hits while Oldring hammered
out a home run, triple and single.. He
drove in three runs and scored twice
St. Louis 000 101 O002 6 4
Philadelphia ..101 0:?0 10 6 9 0
James and Agnew; Pennock and
Lapp. Umpires Connolly and Dl
neen. TERRAPINS ARE VICTORS
Defeat St. Louis in Close Game, Six
BALTIMORE, Md.. May 26. Th
Terrapins won from St. Louis Mon
day, G to T. The visitors nearly tiei
it up in the ninth when they sent
two across the rubber on consecutive
hits. Hartley featured with a home.
St. Louis 000 010 02 2 : 7
Baltimore 032 foi oo 0 2
Keupper and Hartl ; Ojiir.n and
A large showing of clever
styles in Straw Hats here for
youngsters. The true child
ishness and character of de
sign of these Hats is very
evident and is rapidly win
ning its way into the hearts
of mothers of small tots.
The "Donberry," a very
clever hat, is one of the
many new styles.
Priced 50c to $3.00.
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