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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 February 1919

-r-vrT - r THE ETEXIXG 3IISSOURIAX, THOR SPAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1919. Page Four SPORT Bob Simpson, Missouri's premier hurdler .arrived in Columbia at 7:30 o'clock last night and and began his workouts on Rollins Field preparatory to the Miilrose games this morning. He is most enthusiastic over the weather in his native state and says that California offers nothing better lor this time or year. He was sta tioned a year out on Puget Sound and has lately been in California. Schulte will keep a watchful eye on his former protege until the latter leaves in two weeks to compete in the Jlillrose games in New York City Simpson is not so sure just whom he will have to race, but mentioned the Loomis brothers of Chicago as a cer tainty. Fred Murray, nous oiu-uiiie rival and running mate at the Stock holm games, has been in trance anu it is not known whether he has re turned to this country as yet. If so, he. too, will probably compete. Prospects for the inter-Allied games in Paris this year are sti...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 February 1919

f J THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 7, 1919. NUMBER 135 TO A COLIBIA DOCTOR Legislative Committee Says Complaints Against M. U." Must Go to Board. HE TRIES IN VAIN Visiting Committee Submits Its Report on State " Institutions. The Kansas City Times this morning prints the following dispatch from Jef ferson Cit: The University of Missouri for the 1919-1920 period is asking the legis lature for a little more than. 2V& mil lion dollars, an amount largely in ex cess of former appropriations. That the house and senate appro priations committees, which are now working on the university budget, will deal with a liberal hand when they pass finally upon the allowances for the state's largest educational insti tution was indicated tonight by Rcp resentathe Charles U. Becker of Polk County, one of the house members. DENY Iyt committees were deeply impress f"ed by the appeal made to them this week by Dr. A. Hoss Mill University president. Th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 February 1919

ffiyt Tage Two THE ETEXIXQ 3IISS0DRUX, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening eieept Sunday by Tbe MIssourlan Association. Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bldp. Donn suits. I'bones: Business, X; Sews. '-t. Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for malllns at (.iwcial rate of imstaKe provided for In Section 1103, Act f October S, l'JIT authorized September M. l'JIS. t City: Year. $3.7..; :: moutus, ?i.w; . ii. . ... ... ,...... i.. .nnti UlUIUXJ, "tV 'trUI.i t"I.f - T.-"IJ. I 1UA4I'. . uuujwu, -. U1IU i'HS. V. la Boom- County: lejr, si:-,; u months, !.. IUUUIU1, VT -.,l-. Outside the cvunty: iear, ?l..xi; inuntb, 43 cents. 3 mouths, $1"; When the City Council "cuts the corners," it can hardly be called jay! driving. .MORE .MEMBERS XKEDEll The Columbia Commercial Club will soon put on a campaign for new mem bers. Only 150 of the merchants of Columbia are now members. This number should reach 300, o...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 February 1919

'jp' t THE EYEXIXO 3IISS0UBLl7 FRIDAT, FEBRUARY 7, 1919. FRENCH CITE GEORGE LAMADE Commend Former University Student for Scorn of Danger. Lieutenant George R. Lamade, a former student in the School of Jour nalism, has been cited by the French for his conduct while in charge of a convoy of trucks to the Chatea-Por-cien sector during the fighting just before the signing of the armistice. The citation, which is by the Chet d'Escadrons, director of Automobile service, is as follows: "Lieutenant George It. Lamade. com mander of Section T.M. 251-9, Esca ilron du Train des Equipages Jlili taires: 'An excellent I officer, ener getic and devoted; in many circum stances has given examples of his coolness and scorn of danger. Es pecially distinguished himself on Oc tober 2.1 and 24. 1919, when he Himself stayed several hours at a crossroads bombarded by the enemy to assure the safety of his men and the property en trusted to him. Was the last to leave the ground after having seen one of his of...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 February 1919

i IP" IF j ww- THE ETEXDfO 3IISS0URU FRIDAY, FEBBDART 7, 1919. Page Fonr C3 It i FASHION HINT t HBwl i I liilli i jHmm KHiRaHIVfiHI fHH SPORT H. N. "JacK" uanow, u man on the Valley Champions of last season belongs to that galaxy of star quarter mllers who have been Missouri's boast for years past. Barlow is from Beth any, the town that has given Missouri so many great athletes. While in high school "Jack" ran in several inter-town meets in the dashes but nev er could win anything. He went to the Maryville meet one year to run the hurdles, but. he' says, "the only thing I got was a fall." When he came to the University he didn't want to try out. Last year as a junior, found him trying, and he ran in the 440 regularly then. His greatest per formances were: Drake Relay Games when he ran on the winning mile re lay team, that meant the champion ship of the West, and the Western Conference meet at Chicago where he won the 440-yard dash, and then came back on the relay team. Barlow says t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 February 1919

T 1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8, 1919. NUMBER 136 S- LE AGUE CONSTITUTION IS OP SEVEN WILL RULE United States Government Furnishes Model for New International Body, Says French Committeeman. ALL MEMBERS TO LIMIT ARMAMENT Disputing Nations Will Be Summoned Before Court But May Fight Later If Public Opinion Permits. P.Y M. PHILLIP SIMS (United Press Staff Correspondent) (Copj righted, 1919) PARIS, Feb 8. Organization of the League of Nations as favor ed thus far by the committee pre paring its constitution promises to be similar to the constitution of the United States, according to an out line given the United Press by Prof K. Larnaude, one of the French member of the committee. n executive committee will lead the league instead of a prei dent and its power will exceed -those of American chief magistrate Lnder the executive committee come the judicial and legislative branches. The executive and judi cial bodies will iit perman...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 February 1919

w $$? Page Two THE ETE.VDfG MISSOURIAy. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 191i. "W it I! ft THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published ererv evening except Sunday bv The Mlssourian Association, Incorpo rated, Colombia, Mo. Virginia Iilile Down stairs. I'bones: Ilusluess, ."3; Xens, 271. Kntered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of iMistace provided for In Section 1103. Act of October 3, 117 authorized September M, 1U1S. Clt : Vear. $3.".; S months. $1.00; mouth, W cents; copy, 2 eents. lty mall In Itoone County: iear, $3.i; C months, $1.7."; 3 months, W cents. Outside the county: Year, $i:, 3 months, JlJO; month, 45 cents. FOR SAFER STREETS Columbia has Ions been in need of better street crossings. There are many corners that are too obstructed and too narrow to make traveling safe. These have been the cause of repealed accidents and will continue to be until they are repaired. Some of these corners have been improved in the last few...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 February 1919

1 THE EYEXDiG 3IISS0CRIA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1919. Page 'l'nree -tyr" si1' That's Where The Rub Is Right on the tread of the tire. We make old tires young by a new dry cure method of RETREADING. The Tire Shop 12 North Mnlh Street. MOTOR PRICES TO REMAIN STATIONERY FOR PRESENT More minds are puzzling over the period of reconstruction than over the forms that it may take. Yet, in iev of the fact that the issues of peace are out of the aerage man's control, it would be more profitable to think of the forms of business re-establishment than the probable moment of their establishment. Reconstruction as far as the auto mobile busirtess is concerned, will doubtless signify in many instances a consolidation of interests, since co operation is becoming a habit. Automobile prices will remain at the point at which they were when Amer ica entered the war. or whereabouts, is the view of many of the dealer) over the United States. The concen sus of opinion is that with present prices of labor a...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 February 1919

f THE ETEXISQ aHSSOURUX, SATURDAT, FEBRUART 8, 1919. Page Four fr r 1 1 ti SPORT t! i Elmer F. Edwards, winner of foot ball and track Ms did his first work running as a sophomore in the Universitj-. His home address is St. Charles, Mo. When he went to high school, there was no track team to go out for. Edwards asserts that he did train for track once. He worked assiduous ly for a race at a Sunday school pic nic and was ready to win, but he got sick the night before and couldn't even start. piece of property had been originally eh en to the Maison des Etudiants Americains in the early days of the war, but that this organization had agreed last spring to consolidate with the American University Union which is a co-operative enterprise supported through the membership fees of 150 of American colleges, universities and technical schools, and some perosnal subscriptions. "The Union will continue to occupy its present quarters, the Rojal Palace Hotel, 8 Rue de Richelieu, until next fall. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 February 1919

1 l V'"" I'-'.H-J"" ' L "'"S-'Jf" ELEVENTH YEAR THE EVENING MISSOURIAN BOY SCOU T COUNCIL PLANS HU T IN WOODS Will Hold Meeting Tonight to Decide About Camp ing Place. ROOM FOR FIFTY Cooking Large to Be Done at Old-Fashioned Fireplace. A special meeting of the Boy Scouts Council has been called by H. M. Mc Pheeters at the Y. M. C. A. Building at 7:30 o'clock tonight. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and de cide on plans for a camping hut for the boy scouts of Columbia. A plan committee, composed of B. D. Simon, J. It. Sommerville and Leonard iHaseman, will present to the council tonight plans they have formed for a hut. The council will discuss these plans and final arrangements will be made for the building of the Boy Scout Lodging Hut. The hut that is to be built will be large enough to accommodate fifty boys at a time. There will be one large room which will serve as sleep ing quarters at night and will be turn ed into a mess hall and lounging room in the day time. - Fold...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 February 1919

T -' "Z JW W , "Mi.UUK f " ' ELEVENTH YEAR THE EVENING MISSOURIAN BOY SCOUT COUNCIL PLANS HUT IN WOODS Will Hold Meeting Tonight to Decide About Camp ing Place. ROOM FOR FIFTY jCooking Large to Be Done Old-Fashioned Fireplace." at A special meeting of the Boy Scouts Council has been called by H. M. Mc Pheeters at the Y. M. C. A. Building at 7:30 o'clock tonight. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and de cide on plans for a camping hut for the boy scouts of Columbia. A plan committee, composed of B. D. Simon, J. R. Sommervllle and Leonard iHaseman. will present to the council tonight plans they have formed for a hut. The council will discuss these plans and final arrangements will be made for the building of the Boy Scout Lodging Hut. The hut that is to be built will be large enough to accommodate fifty boys at a time. There will be one large room which will serve as sleep ing quarters at night and will be turn ed into a mess hall and lounging room in the day time. - Folding bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 February 1919

f .. .-?-f'x:' 3 PageTrro THE ETEKDfG MISSOPItlAX, MQSDAT, FEBRUARY 10, 1919. M: is?3 m Sw, fc v i.f Sd? THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by The Missourian Association, Incorpo rated. Columbia, Mo. Vlrslnla Bldu. Down stairs. Fbones: Business, 53; News, 271. Kntpml as second-class mall matter. AC' ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for In Section 1103, Act or uctooer J, ivw aumorizea aepieiuucr J, Iyi3. Cltv: Year. J3.73: 3 months. S1.00 month, 40 cents r copy, 2 cents. By mall In Uoone County: Year, $25; 6 months, S1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside the county: Tear, $1.50; 3 months, $1.23; month, 45 cents. HONOR LINCOLN Fly your flag next Wednesday it's Lincoln's birthday. And when you do put out your flag remember that it should always fly from a pole if pos sible. The United States Army ex tends all flags from poles. The Boy Scouts, who are authority on this subject, tell us that when a flag is...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 February 1919

Page l!nree To Visit Mr. and Mrs. Helbel. (Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swillum of Al buquerque, N. M., will be the guests of Mr. and Jlrs. J. P. Helbel this week. Miss Grace Norris and DwightAult man. Columbia D. A. K. Delegates Elected. Mrs. Rosa Ingels and Mrs. J. H. Laughlin were elected as delegates from the D. A. R. of Columbia to the Continental Congress which is to be held at Washington, D. C, in April. Mrs. Swillum was formerlyMlss Mag dalene Helbel. SOCIETY NOTES Miss Mary Church of Christian Col lege is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Church In Jefferson City. Hiss Mary Venable entertained in formally at her home Saturday after noon for the following guests: -Miss es Nellie Peaster, .Mary McCaustland, Helen Sylvester, Juanita Woods, Lois Roberts, Margaret Hutchinson, Helen Canatta, Edith Payne and Helen Mc- .Mrs. J. E. Peabody of Kansas City will arrive tomorrow to spend a week with her daughter. Miss Margery Pea body, at the Delta Delta Delta house. T Hf We Are Now Re...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 February 1919

o Page Four THE ETEXPT6 JHSSOURIAy. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1919. ", t i t t PROBATE COURT LV SESSIOX Ulll Providing for Orphan's Home Sent to Excelsior Springs. The regular February term of pro bate court opened this morning with Judge H. A. Collier presiding. The codicil, of the will of the late Spurgeon Johnson, in which an Or phans Home for Boone County is pro ided, for has been sent to Excelsior Springs where the original will was made "March 19, 1917. If it Is return ed in time, the codicil will be proved during this term of probate court. The court will remain in session until next Tuesday. C. WOMEN Will TO CITE FESTIVAL HAVE YOU GOT A KNIFE? How many times have you asked that very question. Don't you feel good when the person asked really pulls out and hands you a good sharp knife? We have that kind you will find one in our stock of Keen K utter and Robe son Brands that just suits your needs. eftalcwcfteA &cve '-I'ZrrttrPirMf'f'W..r w:i,x PtOE The Cutlery Store of Columbia ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 February 1919

- - - I IIII 1 j ji m -. '1JEUM1. Jlll'l'. I. . . , IJjl ' W ';";'": ' '"'""'' "'"''--'' Bf THE EVENING MISSOURIAN - -U si,- ELEVENTH YEAR CDNTRACTTOBELET K. of C. to Discuss Plans at Meeting In bt. Louis Sunday. TO BEG IN WORK SOON Building to Be Ready for Occupancy September 1. John F. Tehan announced this morning that there would be a meet ing of the Knights of Columbus Stu dents Home Committee in St. Louis Sunday. February 16. The purpose of the meeting is to form plans for the new building that they are going to Irect in Columbia. The contract for the building will also be given lo some construction company at that time. The building committee is composed of W. A. Franken, probate Judge of Carroll County and a former graduate of the University of Missouri, W. A. J. Alejer or Hannibal and John F. Tehan of the Hamilton-Brown Shoe Factory of this city. The committee has form- plans for the new building which uill be gone oer before bids are taken. The student home will be built on...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 February 1919

iHL'X- i 'J.Z' -Af -'J2 .v V Page Two THE ETEOTXG MISSOUBIAS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1919. i j-7-jr .. T F: L i 1 1 J ! ! ! ! I' I 5K &, SOCIETY NOTES The Pi Beta Phi sorority will enter tain at dinner Wednesday evening for nr rind Mrs. W. G. Manly. Dr. and Mr. George Lefevre, Dean and Mrs. J. II. Coursault and Miss Mary Clark. Mrs. Henry Walker and her daugh ter. Mrs. Nina Bushead, of Cooper County are visiting Mrs. J. of Wilson avenue. H Guitar The Acacia fraternity announces the pledging of Leo J. Harned of Sedalia, and Jesse H. Smith of Columbia. Mrs. Warren Rosenberry of Bogard, Mo., is visiting her daughter. Miss Sue Rosenberry. a student In Stephens College.e Belle Thompson, Mrs. E. J. McCaust land, Mrs. F. H. Wood, Mrs. J. K. Car penter and Miss Floy Joslyn. The din ing room was decorated with sunset roses and blue shaded candles. Mrs. Guy L. Noyes poured tea. She was as sisted in the dining room by Miss Elizabeth Weeks., Francis Sabine, Sa rah Vhion and Katherlne Crewe. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 February 1919

v I THESE ADOPTED ORPHANS Columbia High School Leads In Num ber Taken. The following persona and organiza tions have adopted French war or phans to the number shown after each name: Mrs. Walter Miller Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pommer Miss Sibyl Pommer Mrs C. P. Algeo . Lee School Jefferson School , Benton School Eugene Field School ' Columbia High School Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ferguson Mrs Todd Gentry . Mrs. Mary Lakenan Mrs. Martha Moore ."I V W. C. A. of University II" .Mrs. W. F. Sylvester Mrs. Mary Lee Heed .Mrs. C. B. Miller Extension Ladies of M. U. .Mrs. E. C. Spalding Dee Park Red Cross Circle Stephens College: Miss Mamie Geissing . Miss Gwen Ann Jones Miss Xaana Lynn Forbes Sigma Iota Chi (Eta chapter( .. Junior Class of Christian College . The Itebekah Lodge ' Thilo Chapter of Eastern Star . . Boone Chapter of Eastern Star . Oakland Missionary Circle . Mr. and Mrs. A. Rhodes Salem Church . . . Knights and Ladies of Security Hanks Mother's Club Haden. Lake View and Deer Park Junior Re...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 February 1919

yA,'ti'j?!;ni!jjjjt,. j tj - fBBP(r" ' t Tinwii-it i( T" r- I t h "I i 1 i L Page Four THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Memlier Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday hy The Mlsourlan Ansotiatlon, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bide Down stairs, rhones: Business, i rsens, 114. l!ntered a second class null matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of IKiaMge provided for In Section 1103, Act or October 3, lUIi autuomeu sepiemoer ili, J'JIS. City: War. $3.TT; 3 months. $1.00; mouth, 40 cents; copy, '2 cents, lly mall in I'.ooue County: lear, $3.25; 0 mouths, ?l.T."i; 3 ntouthK, W cents. Outside the count: iear, $4.50; 3 months, $15; mouth, 45 cents. One of the advantages of not hav ing a street car system is that we hae no trouble with strikes. R0NT WORRY ABOUT TAXES Some cpople are worried about the debt of the Government. What if the Government does owe twenty or twenty-five billion dollars? The bonds are distributed among millions of its own people a...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 February 1919

' 5cwiSn & I A THE ETENDfG MISSOUBUN, TDESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1919. BOONE FAMILY STILL HUNTERS YANKS LOSE HATS IN PARIS Great-Nephew of Daniel Boone Traps Came OTer Same Trails. Clarence Kenton, twenty years old. a great-nephew of the pioneer hunter and trapper, Daniel Boone, is carry ing on the reputation of the famous woodsman. He follows the trails to his traps broken more than a hundred and twenty years ago by the famous1 trail-blazer. This season he has trapped sixty seven skunks, forty-seven possums, one hundred and twenty-three musk rats, four coons and 2 minks. He has marketed $645 worth of furs, and has bought more than a $1,000 worth of skins from other trappers His camp is a fewmiles south of War renshurg. Mo. nix: Are you familiar with that song "Sweet and Low?" DIx: .o, but I'll bet it isn't about sugar." ONLY FOUR MORE DAYS in which to have your Savitar Pictures Taken Parisian Beauties Snatch American Hats Dnrlag Wilson Celebration. By United Press. PARIS. Jan. 24 (B...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 February 1919

THE EYEXISG SltSSOURIAK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1919. SEE OUR WINDOWS SEE OUR WINDOWS IT STARTS TOMORROW .- C F Page Six S. & B'S BIG SMOKE SALE The insurance adjustment has been made. We therefore offer practically our enL tire stock to the public at Radical Reductions Altho pur store was filled with smoke, since the fire was in our basement, neither water nor fire in any way reached our merchandise smoke damage, however, gives us this opportunity of offering to you wonderful values at this time. ALL GOODS SOLD FOR CASH No Approvals No Deliveries I No Alterations No Refunds All Overcoats and Suits Reduced 25 to 40 Following is an Itemized List of the Articles tqBe Found in This Smoke Sale: Hats and Caps Regular line of Soft Hats lfi nii .A" Serby HaK Vi Price RegularUnc of Caps 30 0ff 9pecial Lot of Heidcaps, &( Mi. values to $1.50 at ... . OU L6I1IS Special Lot of Soft Hats dj n values to $4 at H ' UU Shirts All Army Shirts at . . . All Khaki (cotton) Shirts at Special Lot ...

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