The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 354, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 24, 1917 Page: 4 of 14
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HOUSTON TOOK THIRD BROWN GAME
Home Run by Stellbauer Gave the Buffs Enough fluna to
Keep m the Lead.
' It waj no ut F1llr Jone. Tht
Brown will have to fo back and bcrfn
th Amrrlcan lrau aaon without re-
titerlnc a single d(at ovr th Bulla.
Jcnca sent hla abound tquad hera Frldaj
juat to Ktt defeat over th horn
club. The Buffs took rare of the situa-
tion by hitting Kirk Kerr for an eon
doaen time and scored Ave runs while
the Browns were getting a' trio of mark-
ers. Again It was the bat of BUI Stellbauer
that siicllril ruin for th Browns With
out his home run In the eighth that
brought N'orthen In. the Browns would
have lied the count with their pair of
cores In the first of the ninth.
This man titellbauer had about th
bualeat day Imaginable at the bat. Four
times It rame his time to face Kerr. As
he grew moru familiar with the little left
bander a delivery he beir:in to nil tnetn
a little farther. Out of the four trip he
collected Just as niany hits. The first
two were singles. The next wss a three-
fcagger to the renter garden. When Htell-
bkoer rame up In the eighth he added a
little to the wallop and pounded out a
home run down about the rlub house.
This hitting the Brown pitchers la com-
ing to be a habit with Stellbauer. In the
first game with the Si. Louis crowd he
rapped out a il.ulle In the ninth inning
that gave I he Hun's a i to 5 victory. Th
twat day the Brown regulitrs were here
ad- the two teams went into the elev
elan filled to bring a run. Moor. Hem-
ingway and Brlttonach hit tor alngl
nut Hioan m oamar iwia wa la thajr ar Deeded to OU th' exhibition
. v. ". - " r" I "i"e 01 ua aoonu test
4a t when Frleraon Mt to th pltrher.
I e wHom waiver wer aaktd adma tiro J
ago; in nonatr club geu itrchtr
(-wuar BUikar and "'PI Way and Out
Beldari JOMfaoa. WllUam Barn. Clacln
natl aemlpre outtalder. wa signed Thura-
and will b turned over to Ueorgs
M'a team of the New York Htat
leaaru. Pitcher tk lohman who haa
on siaging a loo holdout capitulated
rrxiar aaa signeo a oontraot. H prob-
ably wtU b Mat to Bochesttr UUr.
MIM Donltn. Rochester muuiir. has
now oaptured eight of lacOraw a jnan but
th ball touch
home station and threw th batter out at
double Play retiring th aid.
work he expect to
nv Donlln will ao
company that (quad to Dayton wbera to
AfteT th niu tha nianta SftM lvn
th annual ish fry at th fall of th
av th fans
th MarUn Commercial
f roth frame with the count nothing all the
?.vway round i hen came along Mellbauer
V) pound out ihP-e-bagger. Ho ncored
.moment later on Newnam's single and
tn game ended. Three times the Browns
- have tried to win from the Buffs this
year. Three times they have lost and the
bat of Stellbauer has figured In each loss.
ALL BUFFS HAD ON
1 HITTING CLOTHES.
i But the Buff left fielder did not have
the only busy bat of the afternoon.. Both
Northen and Br 1 1 Ion collected a pair of
slnglea in their hit columns. Northen
turned both of bis Into runs and Brit Ion
made one score. Northen had' a busy day
In right field taking rare of three chances
for aa many putouts.
The whole Buff team was hitting the
offerings of little Mr. Kerr to all corners
of the lol. Only Krlerson. Smith. Noyes
knd l!enn failed to ict hits. A doxen In
one afternoon la good enough fur most
any game. Very few teams have ever
vuiie vtcii wuvu ivcir wviaiuk hi mc i
box The little fellow did not look so I
good as he did three
was pitching for Fort Worth In this
league. He seemed to be having trouble
first for a double play.
In th alxih tram Kerr
a aample of th cla
do whn th American' league season
opens. It was something like he one
did when In this lagu. stellbauer
first up. hit for a alngl and went to third
when Sloan threw over th Infield in re-
turnlng the ball. Right there th little
fellow tlKhtened and aewnam. Smith and
Noyes walked back to th bench attar
taking three swing each.
Rrnle Johnson the .Brown short flMr
cam over In charge of th Brown colt.
He must have had orders to turn In a
victory for he had th bunch working as
hard as ever a team worked. The Buffa
were not to be denied.
Kcnworthy rame to the bat In the
eighth Inning with two on base and .
many out. How he did try for a hit off
;itnn. But the curve ball man kept
them out of rearh and finally aent the
third baseman to th bench on a trlke-
The Browns were first to scor. Whit
first up in the third Inning hit a three I n 1 m i
bagger to the renter field. Kerr followed OrOllCllOS mIBLVCQ
with alnirlA Th llttlo nllxhsr I J
Wild Throw Lost
Game for Dallas
MmhmM Vjj Mr Sert.)
DAUAS. Taxaa. March Jl. Th 8t
Uula National league team No. 1 defeated
th psuiaa Taxaa league club her Friday
I to A. In th fifth Inning. -with th bases
full and two out. Bcoggins threw th ball
to th cntrfleid fence In an attempt to
catch a runner off aecond and thr
Cardinal tcorMl. Uallls out hit and out
Heldad th vlaltora.
. Th acore: r. h. R
oi. louia a m .
du .".:..: 4 i
Hortimtn and Roach; Bewail
Com per and Coleman.
GWLS T00K GAME IN LASt FRAME
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Enron by Farmer Team '.Were Largely Responsible for the
vv inning rvuns uy jice.
ago. when he at J JO o clock.
caught off first. Sloan and Johnson
were easy ouls to right field.
Runs rame In a bunch for Houston In
the next inning. Britton walked. Frier-
son was struck out. Northen then sin-
gled. Roth scored when Stellbauer hit
his three baae drive. Stellbauer cam In
when Newnam hit for a single making
the count three In th Inning. Th other
two Houston runs came in th eighth.
wnen Nortnen hit hi alngl and Stell-
bauer delivered with th horn run.
Things grew a bit cloudy for Mr. Glenn
In the last Inning. I A van went out to
left field. Blgler got to first on an error
by Glenn. White went out to third base
on n pop ny. .Kerr drew a base on ball.
Sloan then hit a single and both Bigler
and Kerr moved up. A single by John-
son brought BlRler and Kerr In. Rumler
ended the game with a pop fly to New-
nam. For Saturday the Buffs have the Chi-
cago White Sox here for entertainment
at West End nark. The regular will b
on hand Eddie Collin. Ray Schalk. Joe
Jarkson. Happy Felsch and other stars
will he seen in action. The game begins
Tie With Browns
SAN ANTONIO. Tex. March M Th.
8L Louis Brown first team Friday played
a nlne-lnnlng tie with th local Txas
flub. 1 to 1. th gam being
ealled at th end of the ninth Inning to
allow th Brown to catch a train for
Waco. The hlttlnr nf Fivnn fn. .. i i
club and of Severoid for the Browns featured.
May. Jost and Cook
Two raw -behind at th binnln of
th last naif of th ninth ItuUnr la gotta
of th faot that thy .had outpttchad and
out hit thai opponents th RJo Owl
staged garrison finish In th twilight of
th gam and dfatd and M. by
cor of I to 7 Friday aftrroon on th
institute athleUo field. Th ftn wu
wftnad by . a larg crowd. pompod
both of atudaat and fan from town.
That lt wlrd Innfnf might rU b
railed a comedy of error for It was by
rare combination of boots and bonbada
with th Farmer In th llmallght;
Hathorn . was th first man un In th
ninth and h darted th ball rolling with
a clean alngl. Bonnsr was subatltutad
for him and took hi Dlao on first. Hr
wood followed and hit to short. Bonner
was forced out at second. Taking a long
wa wim in intenuon or utilising in
si ig n test opportunity to advance Hay-
wood drw a throw to second. Th ball
wa sent low and with th velocity of a
bullet. It want between th leas of th
second baseman and out toward center
neia. Th fielder also muffed It and Hcy-
wood loped horn.
Munch slab artist for th Farmers who
had been pitching steady and consistent
hall began to show nervousness. Bell
was walked. Jackson cam to th plat
amid th wildest enthusiasm from th
Rice rooters. He was eo.ua! to the o
Lcaalon. connecting for a slashing single
past second with two man on and on
down. Potts came to bat with the game
in nis nana. Me stsspsa into th ball
for a doubtful hit had the ball been han-
dled properly. Th third baseman fum-
bled nervously for a moment and then
pegged for the plate. Munch ran In to
take th throw received It lost hi head
completely and threw th ball away. Ball
R. H. E
sad Jacksoa cam homa and to 'Owl
war triumphant r-
A. and M was th firt to draw blood.
Rlgney hit to Blllups who muffed . It
Davta walked. A wild throw a tew min-
ute later permitted th first soor of
th gam. .
Rio earn back In th third and scored
three runs. BUlUDs. Hathorn and Haywood
crossing th olat. In this Inning A J and
M. made two run tying tbe score. Things
remained in oaiano until th fifth inning
whan th Farmers Scored three ran.
Rlgny mad a horn run driving th ball
on a Un to center field where It hit a
rut and bouneed over th bead of th
neioor. Rice scored -two runs In th sev
enth against ona for A. and M. This com-
plated the aooring nntll the fatal ninth.
"Jabo" Hathorn outpjtched his oppon-
ent making If batsmen lav down thai
tick in ah am. Munch also nltehad a
good game although b struck out by
seven Owls. Potts led th hitting for
we with thro blows and Rlgney for th
visitor with two. Rio road 11 hit.
lie. . As H PoAl L. and 11. kb H Po A
Hevwood. If. 1 I I mut n
Pell rf LI I i orieTWk. if 4 6 6 0
KSnf":: ii h HfSZt TCV. S ? ? I But You Must Drive It Out of
Brtdley. .. 10 0 IMister. lb.. 010 Ok .
Bralsfonl. lb. A 0 S II I OUT DIOOQ 1 0 Utt KIQ Ot It
oil speedway htcmarlal' day. '-oahdway
I offloiais had pnt much tnonay advert l
mg and making raparatlona. Than thr
announoad that the raoe might tak away
men ana mairiat that eouia D usd by
tb government.. Th ooubtry ooma fint
nd Uare will b no raaa......v ;"''
. . ';.'.'.. V " -.'
DaDaa Tidntly fli able to Wrest th
opening day cup from Houston.. :X- r.
pt sporting pig up thara UUs about
ail the thousands that will but for th
first gam and adds that thara VtU be
enoufy to 'ootmi ahead or Houston. AU
around th circuit th Idea seems to b
to beat Houston. Bom Uttla job awaltsl
mm towns arouna xn circuit. . v-
. '.'-J- -
The Whit Box are due hare Baturday
morning early. They plarad Friday In
Smlthvlll When they arrty they will
b mat by Chgrtea A. Cotnlsk who
reached the city Wednesday. .
The "Old Roman' haa mad arrange
ment to quarter hla sfluad gt th Rio K
hotl for a wk. . During that time the
Bo will work dally: at West JBnd park..'
Comlsky and Rowland wanted th Uam
to gat th us of a grass diamond so It.
was dsoldsd to Spend a wk tn Houston
Jo McDonald wa back at West nd
pgr JTWday in' th rl of- umpire Onp
h brought m. kick front th Browns. It 'a
foUowd th four-baa dMv by itU- A
bur. Th Brown players triad to oon-'J
vino Jo that soma of th bases had been
missed . Joe Could jiot sea Jlhlnaw that '
Th . II atrlktmita handd out to th t
Farmers by "Jabo" Hathorn of th Owl
team is qnlte a llttl stunt . Itself. Th r
blr left hand artist must k.. wi '
Aggies eaung out of bla hand. Four hits Y'
ar not many and .coupled with 1A strik. f
out enaka nn & wuul -. i
Tha.Owis and Afglsa play aa Satyr.
You Need not
Brtdley. tb.. 4 1 0 Oli'rtt
OhaiMller. e.. 4 5 15 Bralsf
Ilndsva lb. t 5 0 Bursa.
?Boaaer . .
f 0 Cuiemaa tb..
I UoMh p.
1VISIS 11 XT
Bcore n laallin: M
Rice i ona ono tna s
A. tad H. 102 OM 100 T
Tou bars probably been In the habit
or applying; external treatments try
inf to cure your Catarrh. You have
used sprays washes and lotions and
possibly been temporarily relieved.
But after s short tine you had an-
Error Jacksoa. BlllunS. 11. thorn Munch I OUST BttACK and Wondered Why. YOU
rowers aed Davis. Two-hnsM hit Potta. Ilnm I mnat ra H a f m...k I- ....
n-ai anl K.n. f : I . .v v.-t.u w iuinr
.0 4 till
Raa for Hatbora la the ninth Inning.
Ran DstIs 4. OrlseabMk 2. Rlinrr . Hot-
wood . Bell a. Jacksoa 1. Blllups 1 lUtboro i.
Errora Jacksoa. Blllup. Ustliora Munch I.
beck. Rlgney t.
R track out Ar
oases on eaus u
gelling them over In good style and the
Buffs were having no trouble In finding
them where he did put them.
To the credit uf Kerr It should be said
that he had an outfield that was not work-
ing in the best of form. In right Hartley
a ratcher was playing and he was not
..doing all a gardener should. Dr. John
Ljivan took up right field duty in the lat-
ter part of the game but did not have a
chance In the field. Lavan is carrying a
Anger in splints and will not be able to
take his regular place at short for some
weeks. He fractured the member while
dealing with a patient in a St. Louis hos-
pital. SOME CHANCES TO
SCORE WERE PASSED.
As it was. the Houston team should
'Mve scored another time or so. Three
a ngles In the fifth Inning in rapid succes-
d; Tigers Took Another
From Panther Clan
fit. Louis Ab H Pa A Roosroa. AbH Po A
lnan rf ... .1 I t o'Hera'wsjr. 8b 4 111
tohnxio (I J n 1 IBrlttoo. !. 1 1 1 !
Rumler If. . R t 1 0' Frier sob. rf. 4 0 0 0
Panlettf. lb. 4 2 10 I 'Nortrien. rf . I 1 II 0
Kenwortbr J 1 SStellbsrjer. If 4 4 1 0
Hsrtlej. rf . 2 n n n Newnam. lb. 4 2 IS i
ljn. rf... 1 fl 0 0 Smith. M . 4 0 S 2
Blsler. ?b .. i fl 1 I'Nr. e 8 0 4 1
White. .... 4 1 in tw p 2 1 0 S
Kerr p S 1 o .VGieno. d 0 0 n n
l it 1 n n o
Tntilf M 8 24131
Sore hr incinn:
Totals ....S3 11 27 11
Will Not Be Run
(Au&ciattd Prtti Rtport.)
IMJUNAPOU8 Ind. March . The
annual 500-mile automobile race ached
uled for the Indianapolis motor speedway
uo.un.t im j. mmm ueuarea on rriday
by James Allison. aecrtarv-trnniii-r ..f
1 he company because of threatening war
"Racing means taking away from the
government the services of skilled me-
chanics whose services csn be used by- the
government to better advantage in time
of war han by a speed wav corporation
as a means of entertainment." said Mr.
Orrt Ono 003 8
000 800 02 S
Ratted for Moore Is seventh.
Rum White. Kerr and Blfler. Brlttnn I.
Nortlirn 2. Stellbsoer 2. Error Sloan 1 Kerr
j. iiruiiucwj i uienn I. Tnree-oaae hits
Pstiletre. White and 8lel!baner. Home run
Stellniwr. Rtrnrk orrt Mr Krrr a. by lloore
1. br Ulenn 1. Bates on halls Off Kerr 1. off
nw . orr iiena 1. Hunt tltr Kerr 3. off
kloort 1. off Cleno 2. t'mplrr McDonald.
Braves Won Again.
Autetaird Prwu Report.)
MIAMI. Fla.. March 23. Errors by the
Philadelphia Americans cost them the
second game of a three-game series with
the Boston Nationals here Friday. 2 to 1
Three Athletic pitchers allowed the
Brave only five hit while Barnes and
Crum. pitching for Boston held their op-
ponents to six hits.
LOOKING THEM OVER
FROM THE PRESSBOX
Hathorn 18 I UOU Of Ut DIOOQ tOd lO get DemiA-
Hatuorn 4. os nent relief the catarrh Infection must
r ariren out of the blood. The
quicker you come to understand this
the quicker you will get it out of your
system. S. 8. 8 which has been in
constant us fof orer fifty years will
dm the catarrhal poisons out of yur -J "
blood purifying and strangthenlnc it. w
so it will carry rigor snd haalth to the S;
mucous membranea on its journgys ' ?-
through your body and nature will !r;
soon restore you to tsalth. You will
ba relleTed. of tha droppings of mu- i
eoua In your throat sores in nostrils f "
bad breath haarklnsr sail anlftlnar -
' All reputable druggisu carry S. 8. 8 15
111 atA1r mnA wta aammma.s ... .-j .. w
m i rt v mum uinuu 111 r.wai '
ii a u iai unnetuawiiy - M .
The chief medical adviser of the . '
Company will cheerfully anawer all '
letters on the subject. Thara is nn-Y
charge for the medical advice. Ad
dress Swift Specific Company
owui LADoratory Atlanta Ua.
The tkne Is 3:30 o'clock Saturday after-
noon. The place is West End park. The
actors will be the White 6ox and the Buffs
in a little game ot the national pastime.
Chances are rather good that the fans
will get another chance to see Joe Jen-
kins in action. He comes Saturday with
the first team of White Sox. Some time
back Doak Roberts asked Clarence Row
land to bring along the star of the Buff
catching staff last year. Then it was
learned that Jenkins is being carried as
a member or the nrst squad and stands
mother good chance of being one of the
understudies to Hay schalk.
The White Sox afford about the beat
chance of any team to see a long string
of stars in action. There Is first and
above all Kddle Collins who gets credit
for being about the last word in second
base work. Itay Schalk has not a peer
i (Hon7r Pell 5ffOl.)
TORT WOISTH Texas. March 23
' A- II rt K . . I ...I .....
mm;wm "1 . . i ' n I IM1 (111.1 r J. y iVJ 1 1" l V
r. was servea 10 a nanatui or lans here
J'-jYiday in the opening rounds of an 11-ln-
. V tllnr r-fin f n r t-i n-hlh iKn r 1.. ..i T-o..r
: r regulars defeated the Tanthers by a score
Y of to t. Aided and abetted by BeitU
bobbles the Tanthers got ray in the
first inning to a t tst lead and after De-
troit had knotted the count In the third
t h home nlnA mmifn th hvim a tn t
' ' Though they looked like bushers on the
jO Held the Tigers kept i-eltlng away at the
-pill with their sticks and timely use of
y wuiow was me aecMing lactor in the
;; battle. Two scratch hits tied the score
at six. all In the eighth and in the last
! frame. Waho.. 8am Crawford's fiukey
r Texas leaguer on which Kircher and JK-
Iver used poor team work gave the big
leaguers the winning run.
T oave in me eigntn ana eleventh rounds
the Panthers iau the edge on the opposi-
tion though led In hitting." Wnliims
starred at bat for Fort Worth gelling
' three singles and two walks in five tilps
- to the plate. The fleet outer gardenei
BDDTtKl Ili4 nrul Mnt t u-n rn. .. . . 1. .
Vri.pan wlih ins hitting.
-' - " - t vi in iuiis were muae oil
r HuiKgan wno was on the hill for five In-
nings. Jennings sent Jones to the fclab
lor one session and Jim Couch who
hurled for Galveston in 1815 finished the
game ui grand style. The Detroit ram
which forced the game into extra innings
were made off Kedford in the eighth and
nd six double; plays three by each team
wre uiue. inneiaer Dyer who la a can-
didate for the third base Job with Detroit
was sent Into te game as a plnck nlt-
ter In the seventh and drove the ball over
the left field fence for the first home run
. made here thia season.
J?etroil 111 000 120 028 li 6
'art Worth 300 030 000 00 11 5
Flanagan. Jones. Couch and Telle-
Elmms. Kedfora. Applegate and Bernsn. '
Giants Beat Waco in
Final Marlin Game
(Houston Pott Sficial.)
MARLIN Texas. March . The Waco
Navigators fell be. ore the onrush of the
Giants Friday but put up a better show
ing than any of the teams that have ap
peered at the downtown park. The score
was 13 to 9 and most of the runs were
cored by hits over a short left field
In the other games the Olanta bumped
ine Dan over tne right Meld fence bnt
Friday the wind was blowing away from
me piate and the high hits that would
dlnanly have been caught were carried
over the left field barrier.
the (jlants made some long drives to
center neid but the fences held these
nits to aouDies or triples.
Dave Kobertson who has made a home
run In nearly every exhibition a-am this
spring had an output of only two singles
i-nunj. i ne meters rriaay were ueorge
ouiua wun iwo nomera ana Heinle Zlm
merman with a home run and a double
and a single. Zimmerman's longest clout
was the only legitimate home-run of the
day. The ball not only cleared the fence
but it went over a house on the opposite
iue ui me rireei.
The second fourply swat by Burns de
ciaea tne game. Up to the seventh in-
r.ing it was nip and tuck. The score was
i iu i wnen me Ulan is went to bat Zim
merman s double and a single by Fletcher
scored the first run. KaufT fanned for th.
otnuiiu uui dui mnaen ana Kelly walked.
i urn w.m me oases run Bums delivered
his second home run. The nianta
Cobb and Sneaker I
nit a nine naraer but Jackson is stiu a
star or nrst magnitude for outfield duty.
Two Texas box will b with th Whit I
Sox party. Dave Danforth Is a Granger I
boy who once pitched for Baylor univer
sity. "Reb" Russell the sensational left
nanoer. claims Bonhsm as his home. Rus
sell did a season of servioe for Fort
Worth and went .to the White Sox to
become a star In one season.
There will be not a few fans out Satur
day and Sunday to see Joe Jenkins do a
little work behind the bat for the White
ox. iniormation mat nas reached here
is that Jenkins stands a high chance of i
going tnrouarh the corning season as a I
v mte Sox regular.
Th possibility of war lias already put
one sporting event out of business. There I
win be no euo-mlle race on the Indlanap-
mx times in this round. The first three
men in k. Hi... . . i .
spite the 11 errors md rh "-u."'" " """W. OTOer niade
....f!--.--? ! W being eightmVrun.nd'
HONORS FOR CALVERT.
Track Meet and Girls Won
(Houston Post Spmal.)
CALVEhT. Texas. Mirch 23 Calvert
High cleaned -up in the ddal meet held
here rridar. Track meet was won from
Rosebud high. 66 1-2 to 55 1-2. Calvert
l?d.tfrftHl Jone Prairie girls In bas-
ket be.ll 23 to . Tennis was not included
in the track. Calvert won two straight
I "" eiBin nome runs ana tne Uiants got
v. mem. jamraw s men played
perfect game In the field. Perritt pitch
me nrsi nve innings and Qeorge Kelly
the last four. KeUy struck out five. The
was pmyea ror the benefit of St
j jieiii s cnurcn oi Martin.
I i ne regular team left Friday night for
.. ui. wun lour nitcnera and .
catchers. The Rookies will not leave
nntll nexf Mondsy when more battery
men will q uim . . . t . .
-i'iiu at wsco and
the second team starts north on an ex-
Before leaving Friday night McGraw
announced the release of several players
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.''." "'' Oimwi 4(4 Pair W1U"" 'Steep-
: Shirts at 4Sc Elaatle seam; all sixes. er 29c the Suit
A Union Suits . .. at 9e 0f cIecked' nain-
Good quality jjrmr 0f splendid' Quality sok or plain with
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We've Taken Out the Weight
If you choose to wear these
Spring Clothes throughout the
Summer or again in the early-
Fall you'll not find the gar-
ments oppressive. Our clothes
are expressly builded
for this particular and
peculiar climate and
are not "general" our
own plans ideas etc.
have entered into their
make-up and we have
such clothes as you will
like to wear as we will like to wear.
Models Adapted to
business and dress.
Models of snappy fash-
ion for youth or models
more modest for the
New fancies in materials with cherry
color to your notion and liking.
Haw You Thought About It?
Just about two weeks more and you'll
feel out of place without that Suit wife
had wished you to have.
We have the choicest woolens lii
Fabric as well as Pattern.
We shrink the cloth" and make vour
Suit right here and at about the same
cost of store bought clothing.
Sol Bettin Tailor
"The Tailor Who Tailors Right"
Phone Preston 2751.
SHOES a r e
ferior leather goes in them No' sub-
stitution no matter whatare market
conditions. The shoes that fit your
feet -authority styles. . . . .$5 and $6
EMERY SHIRTS Percales Madras
and hoyelty shirtings. Colors guaran-
teed fast . .
Cottons $ I to $ 1 .50; Silks $3 to $5 .
THE ROOS $3 HAT assures
quality of material to. stand
wear and quality of dye to
stand sun There's a ' lot to I
think about when buying a hat
.one that will be nice and stay
t nice. -' i M . 'm Y '
Cctcblblicd SO Ycaro
Come in and
see how we do
Take out Collar' Insuraneo
sending them to the
By our eollar machinery we pro-
long the life of your Collars.
They are always washed white
and clean then Ironed to fit
snugly and comfortably around
the collar band.
No rough edges or torn oorners
Superior work which satisfies.
DM EE EM LAUMMY
Cleaners and Dyers
on th Fence" Where pi S
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Johnston, R. M. The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 354, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 24, 1917, newspaper, March 24, 1917; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth609101/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .