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Lestershire-Endicott record. (Lestershire, N.Y.) 19??-1915, January 30, 1915, Image 6

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'be ,-.)\! tlfe the si#i'J on the' Dll81um. ., U!pring eene!!. ''!Jhe I ---:-,--- cand1ci��OII, keen to begin work. I Sou� Carolina �b:d other states are , and .. �.dr- .. Coakley, the coach, wUll tollQwlng the exaPlple of Indiana in have'all tlie men be wants when the placing in the hands of its women .first �U8 Issued. I cOlllprehenslve handbooke on care ot , ,- - 'o(\'the devices which will be' children and the art of home xnaking, . Hart Schaffner & Marx . ,. -. ,:\ �t:. \Gl��e� Underpriced __ :k.lwaY'go'Od; but now more value than ever, .\ Clearirig- our Fall and VV:�ter stocks to make room for the .spring goods. Prices are for your benefit. ltJITS ,AM»'\ OVER€O�'liS ALL RE'DU'CE'D IN 'PRICE ...... l.lUNCH SEVERAL Hugh A. MoKInnon, a Federal . (R' _ . League representative, who has been MI'NOR LEAGUES 1 �:uE:: ;��¥U:!:�;��:��:s�� Lynn, Lowell, Lawrence and Wor. _ r cester, Mass., and MO!1chester, N. H. • � - Ct I -ca.U,s ,whlCh..ll&ve at some .time or Its Agrots 1.oOJUog Over realts,' at present are enlisted In the New in New England the South England League. It hAs long been , the Idea ot bll8eball fans In Hartford, and �e Middle West ,Springfield, New Haven auu Brldg&- __ port, of the Eastern Association, that ihnpr leagues In New England, the I the Ell8tern Association or the orl· , gIna! -Connecticut League, did not South and Middle West as allies, are: provide a settlnt in kee in with th promised the Federals by omclall p g e I ts f th I d d ts d 01 ambitions and resources of the thrlv· agen 0 e n epen en an v'l tng cities. unteera who have been active durfng the past week. :to an an. The same conditions have prevalle<\. ,- � .., 00 Sweaters for Today eastern omce of the Federal League. , ,the largest city in the circuit, \lliiiiiil�ii���;����������on�e�O�f�t�h�e�r���u���o�f�th��ea�ct�b�u�y�in����-��_� �or field may be the establlsh. being surpassed In population only by . Boston and Providence. In the old EIlStern League that preceded the In ternatlo�, Worcester was palrlld Providence at the northell8t end er the circuit. Worcester was once a stronghold of the National League and contributed to history Lee Rich. lllond, a sensational letthand pitcher from Brown Unlverslcy-, who was \ the IIrst to get Into the record tor a no-hit performance. Hartford was enrolled as a charter member of the Natlonal League Cit,. and before being coaxeed Into Class B The Paramount surroundings had a fling In the EIl8t- Production ern League. Because of the excellent railroad facilities It would be possi. ble to get eight of the best cities In New England grouped for practical results. Instead ot belng held back by large expendUures in traveUng, the promoters could provide bll8eball of a grade several degrees faster than anr of the cities has experl. since Its \Big \TlJne\ in the na. , tlonal sport nnder promising condl- tlons. . As a matter of civic pride there has been exceptional Interest in tlIe new minor circuit shown In lIevral of the cities visited bY\ Mr. McKinnon. Until from 'all futerested points Il:ave been recelve_d It w1ll not be pos­ IIlble to even arrange tor a tentative ,circuit. • �-'Voluil.teers working In the Federal - reported. from ·the South 'Weat, where lwo estab­ aro_ cl,lvided, oll the c()ntlnulng nnder oid con. Wl� pl�ts alrel!odi .estab­ seveniJ 'citles, ot a minor JeaguE�,-Ul :the' South now, uriitiig all1- the' \Fecis the work 1�_E!Cel!lsIU'T' for the completfon of an J.KJII�- ,(:100 ,Circuit 'ot ,independents is of accompllshJnent. 11��;'�!�%1���( been assured It at },)J'6Belit en· - \ � ..... - Rortity -y;t.lJr-b�t��gaiDst· -flilttre needs+prepare' tb 'meet 111S' summer wants- .. - . look ahead a bit by coming to Weed's this week. Come\ with th�- expectation of. finding summery clothes at one­ l.Jalf price. . Bring· you pocket books £!lIed to the brim, for you're going to find such - tempting clothes at such tempting prices that you just can't resist. . This is the sale that means much to us all-mothers, fathers, boys and ourselves. It's the sale that will be remembered with joy when summer floats around and he has to have clothes. Come with hopes running high-for they will be gratified. SSe ....s8e 73c 18 fancy wash suits. Rus- 10 white wash suits, Rus- 42 hncy-WiiSlr suits, Rus- sian Blouse style. $1 15 sian Blou,e 'Style, $1.15 sian Blouse style, $1.45 value now sse. Sizes 8 value now 5He Sizes 2 value now 78e. Sizes 2 to.lQ 1._2 to 6. 1·2 to 10. 73e 98e 98c { 15 white wash suits, Rus- 16 fancy wash suits. Rus- 15 white wash suits, Rus- sian Blouse style, $1.45 . sian Blouse style, $1.95 sian Blouse style. $1. 95 • value now 7He. Sizes 2 value now 98c. Sizes 2 value now 9Sc. Sizes 2 1-2 to 10. No. 7 or� 1·2 to 7. 1-2. 4. 5,6. $1.23 $1.23 $1.48 24 fancy wash suits, Rus- 22 white wash suits, Rus- 41 fancy wash suits, Rus- sian -Blouse style, $2 45 sian Blouse style, $2.45 sian Blouse style, '2.96 $1.48 4 w bite wash suits, Rus­ sian Blouse style, $� 95 value now $1 48 Sizes 8 to 5. 1 $1.98 29 fancy wash suits, Rus­ sian Blouse style, $�5 value now $1.98. Sizes. 2 1-2 to 9 $1.74 25 fancy wash sHi�, Rus­ sian Blouse style. $8. 45 value now $1.74. Sizes 8 to 9. $2.24 22 fancy wash. sB:its. Rus­ sian Blouse style. $4.46 v-8Iue now -$2-.-24. Sizes 8 to 10. $1.74 6 white wash suits, Rus- .. sian Blouse style, $8.4� value now $1.74. Sizel6 111- to 8. ,�_ $2.74 8 fancy wac;_h ��its. .l!.�- sian Blouse 0 stt� $.-S-::�r. • v.aluenO\V$�-4;;--Sjzes-ar - - • 1 • t \ f � 8 and 9. .,' � -'; ... _' , $1.48 18 fancy wool suits. Rus­ sian Blo�e style. $2.95 value now $1.48. Sizes 8 to 8. No. 4 size. $2.48 87 fancy wools suits, Rus­ sian Blouse style. $4.95 value now $2.48. Sizes 8 to 10. No.8 or 9 size $4.25 2 fancy wool suits. Rus­ sian Blouse style, $8.60 value now $4.25. Sizes 4 and 6. $1.98 27 fancy wool suits, Rus­ sian Blouse sty Ie, $8.95 value now $1.98. Size 8 to 9. $2.48 $1.98 14 blue serge suits', Rus­ sian Blouse style, $8.95 value now $1.98. Sizes 2 1-2 to 9. No 5 size. $3.25 9 blue serge suits ... � __ ll..fanc.y--.wool suits, Rus· __ sian Blouse style, $4.95 sian Blou .. e style, $6.60 value now $2.48. Size 2 value now $8.25. Sizt!s' 1-2 to 8. to 10. $4.25 6 blue serge suits, Rus­ sian Blouse style, $8 50 value now $4.25, Sizes 8, 6,7. $5.00 2 blue serge suits. Rus­ sian Blouse style, $10.00 value now $5.00. Sizes 5 and 6 Boys' Wool Sweaters, Sizes 2 to 14 � 75c I: $1.00 65 wool sweaters, $1.5� 87 wool sweaters, $200 value. now 75c value now $1.00 $1.75 J6 shawl-sweaters, $3.50 value, now $1.75 $2.50 19 shawl-collar, shaker knit sweaters, $5.00 val­ ue now $2.5,0 $2.23 18 shawl- collar sweaters, $4.45 value now $2.28 $1.25 10 shawl-collar sweaters, $2.50 value now $1.�5 $2.48 81 shawl-collar, ,Ango.ln_ knit sw- aters, $'.95 value_ now $2.48 .. .;: .. � s. 11''- • J):indly remember. we 'are also holding a big sale -, - - � on boys' winter clothing. You can't afford to st�y\ '� ....... � away. ...: .�\\ ,.

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