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healthy place for boxers. First
Ad Wolgast,- lightweight cham
pion, was taken down with ap
pendicitis the day he was to have
fought Welsh for the champion
ship, and now Welsh has been
taken down with spinal trouble
the day he was to have met Bob
by Waugh, the Texas light
"Cherokee" Tom Jones, man
ager of Ad Wolgast, has taken up
the cause of Billy Papke and says
hewill make a new champion of
the Kewanee man if Billy will
only get into shape. There is no
doubt about Papke's ability when
right, but he dislikes to train.
The sporting writers have been
free from the Johnson-Corbett
mud-slinging contest for a few
days and Jim Flynn has not been
making any new claims, so there
is hope for the future of the box
ing game, borne ot the stuff
handed out should have been held
A number of clubs are clamor
ing for a "suitable opponent for
Johnny Coulon, but they over-look-the
fact that Sid Smith, the
EnglisTi champion 112-pounder,
is on Kis trail and asks a chance
at the world's title. Smith has
offered to, post $1,000 to meet
Coulon foT 20 rounds and the
Talk about your Chinese "hop"
fiend! What would the baseball
"bug" do in the winter time with
out his dope?
By W. C." Cotton, M. D.
Bad breath is essentially a
symptom of deranged digestion.
Sometimes it is due to infection
in the nasal cavity and sometimes
to neglected teeth, tout in nine
cases out of ten it is due to stom
ach or bowel trouble, an'd can't be
cured by any amount of tooth
washing and mouth rinsing.
The only way to cure bad
breath from stomach or intesti
nal trouble is to eliminate the in
fection that causes it Keep the
bowels open. Eat laxative and
easily digested food. Flush the
colon with water once in a while.
A spoonful of quinine murite
in the water used for the anema
will help nTatters wonderfully.
A mother, hearing a noise, hur
ried to the room in which her two
young sons, Theodore and Rob
ert, slept. She was amazed to see
Theodore beating his brother
with his fists.
"Why Theodore !" she exclaim
ed, "what are youdoing?"
"I want to wake Bob' up," re
plied the child.
"You should be ashamed,"
scolded his mother. "What do
you want to wak'e him up for?"
"I want to tell him something,"
was the boy's answer.
"Well," continued the mother,
"you lie down and go . to sleep.
You can tell him tomorrow."
"But mamma," persisted the
child. "I might forget.it"