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w inith jr.d wini M -ict ll-e.t o the de-lred I htf tall, athletic captain of til.- JleKendree
REV. WALTER HARMON
Ministerial Captain of the McKendree College
Team Comes to the Front in Be
half of the Great Rugby
Special Co-respo'jtltrnce uf l he tm-l iv Keinibllc
Lebanon. Ill, Nov. 11. Campion Hnrmun,
1 f-itin, fiti in? Ftr I qt ! mul i i lupn i Just
Trerp It Is su-fiUil It curt- alt ti' ill, an.l
tiuublf tlm cumtf from tir- of ralsi.-' of iho
natural function an J ha t n .'it a'iMlut suc
txt m all oasev A rcqUf-t to tl Mat" Mrticil
InMitutc. f21 rtLtrrn Iiliin. ri; ine,
InJ . tat ine tint yon 1 ,v n if th!r frv-
tri-1 Tvuktips ti ill le com uiHi with injinit.
!,. Iitttliutc i" d-troJ- "f nadiltu, that -ti-at
football Wmen. K albo a mhiist'! of tliv
gospel. Captain Harmon ha- mi apology to
offer for vv.iriiiff tills dual tltk hut on the
oontraryt think It entirely pt.pt't ami
within UsoIf c-onMt'iit.
His gridiron rnieer ami hU minHturial
tocord h.i practlallv the 4-111 origin.
c is- ornifn wh.are una.-., t.. 1-1 eh nit to U j ylC j..,s preached and plrd foothill about
tn-iti-1 and th- f..e tamplr -Mil -a Me thAiii to , lK ,,,.; ilf. fYw.tli.il. !.rl.nf.m .mt.Ml.it1n.-
us h".tt .; it it to Io cure J if Ki 111 fakni
ln th" t:pr reialion a:- ircpkn.J. "Dk
lrstitf p -A11, no restrft ttK An nun wMo
titcs will hr Miit 1 f'Or aMpl rAtfullj lenle J
5n u plain paiKace Tint rr r-clpt-m need hxe
i'o fcir of cnthirravrt 1- j-ablkltj. Readers
ar. !quetoJ to u-ite without dels..
tMd&H& & Fifiasn O'ays
ncala r-nn. rr!!.- .n txci I'--o;trii ari
stTorjrtUenMhFSp'iiiai Ptv.0! pir. ilrainsaua
Kailss'onN tn tJfrn 1ar-
N'O dr.tci to rrin tVstotaTb. fcutt crefi local
anc jm.ii -c ti,. Ici- ti;herr ,ii-t.ihrart,ati
Or.m-so vcu. Is mi 1 ici. 0 p , itrcurrd i,i
tbf lorn u"riToasnr !i nrlis moot,rii;wexia,e.
let so narron" astoiiv-. tM'ca'M?. "ieiurc.
Evcrv Man Should Know h'imscU.
The M.Jatr-cs Asn Hot W. ncr'nnati. 0 tx
prefareo niffrcatexfensr in oxi-tusj. 1
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530 Days' Treatmt'
hi- entrance into the mini-try by a hnrt
The Rrveremi Jfr. Jlnrmon. or Ctjilaln
Harmon, to u- hi- sridlion title. Is not
merely a-qs-asl advocate of the popular col
legiate jrame. but he Is enthusiastic about
it. He believes in It with all hl heart and
hii own perioral enthusiasm for the gira
has more than once fanned Into new life
thing inheiently Immoral In the same, I
can not - It. .mil u,ilil like for -i.nio op
ponent of the stanii- to point it out to inc.
"A-sumitiK that there h not until .-hown
and IuIiir thiiwn the lh.-uil and ill
tflleetual li.'in lit.- rrMilthii? fioni the ::uni-(
why -liciil.l ne not play it and why s'lould
a preather not do .in.tlilns liiniifeiit whkll
an 011 !-' injy do"
"So far a- it in weakening, or Ue-trovlng
a niSnlstir'- -fililtual life to play football
I toiiet-mi-d. if a man h.i-n't lellciou
enooKh to pli tooiball and at the tunif
time hold on lo his Clnl-tlan profe-sion and
lite, he hasn't rtllgion cruniKli to ent-r the
piilpli. In uiv iudement
"1 am wilhntr lo .nlmlt thai a iia-tor of a
church would not do well in pl.nlng foot
ball, if mi dolus -hould cause offense to
those whom he can serve, but this is a
question of epcdirncj It is not wrong
for a minister to play football.
"Takmsr a general view. then, of the -lt-uatloT
football i a healthful. Invigorating
evercl.se. physically and iiitellectuallj-.
There ale no inherent iiiinior.il eleimnis
FOOTBALL ARGUMENT '
STARTED BY A BLUFF.
Christian Brothers' College Eleven Had No
Intention of Playing Coach Stone
Games Scheduled for This
Week in St. Louis.
Ills the only rerewly that will check and enre uu
raliiia. elc headicbe, t)lhrrnP6a and cavrrh.
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llolraacullt.tm.tFeHo in ii(rro-in. -a
licllef Alter l'uri' SnaerliiK.S-Sa
Althncch I ha.l lxen 3 irreat snfTeMrS? TS
from neuralgia. e!ck headache, bH'ous-yf
nn r.llpf. iinlJl T Lsn lli treatment of 7
Pr. Barkharf-VeiretaMeCo-nvounil. It s?ajj
wrayl2sthope. bull am now entlrelr SciT.
carec. . v. iiu.iv?, iti
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fir :Sc: "vrnly ilm" trpa'm-nt f-Oc: Sl montiu'
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WKITTCX FOt! TIIK HCNDAV HUITUI.IC
"Rlr.Efr" and profetHlonal ate the names
that huve Leen applied to nearly every
rootbull player In St. r.oul- In the last
neolc. o.vlru to tha trouble between thu
ClulHtlnn Urothers Colleue and Washing'
to-i I'li'vcr.-ity, which was c-tused by tho
deslro of th latter to have Schulte pbty at
guard for the 'varsity in the coming
Thanksgiving Day ftrupjle of the gridiron.
mat the calling of uch names !, more or
less 'ustlthd Is not denltd by either side.
Although 'j. 3. C. has. by some -incut h
work, managed to keep its-elf clear trum
such taint, there are some vers sr-.idj ap
pearances of professionalism and "ringer
Ism" In the Cote Brllllante college.
So far us profejsionall-m I- concerned,
theie has been but little comment, because
everybody on the inside is awaie of the
fact that the number of amate'ir football
plavers on tho bis teams in tit Umis can
te counted on one's Ilns-'eis. Ever man
who plajed on the V.'a-aington team last
'.u i a piofes-lonal. an'oiiliiiij to one of
thtro, Lilly Dillon, who tate- that money
wa.s divided at the end of the season. Ar
guments are adianced t'mt this does not
In. ike them piofe ional-. as thev used the
t-.li to pay (.pi'iibt'& Mull a- doclor bill-.-,
but some of them it id no such cxpen-te-"
to p'iv and potketed the mono This is
.ld oa the author!!;, of nun v. ho plajtd on
thai tiain. It lOtild t-e .i.d iito th it ihe
tleven at Wa-hlnton I'aUei-itj i.i IS.ii
tn likewise, bill in that learn I? due toe
vi edit ot placing only bona Ilde btuUcnls,
ai.u a- "rumerNm is tue guatc i ot the
two evil- hip about-. Dick lil.ind .i Co.
aie to be evcu-ed. 1'liMe vveie fcrioial
lunri nutlgaiirig ciieum-tance, .n favor of
th i; eleven, loo.
Jx-milte Is not a -tudi nt at W.i-hinslo l
I niversltv. a- was telegraphed to Dlcic
iilanil at tho tlnu that the Washington
University eleven went to Roll i to plav the
School ot .Mtiiei, team. The stoiv a- '-ild
by Iiljr.il Is that l.e heatd eail in the
se.i-ou tn .t 'ttn-hinitnn I', w.is pla.vms
some outsiders on its team, aim, wi-liuis"
to protect hi- bovs he wrote the au
thnritt. h of trie umversitv. asking for a list
of studtnts woo vveie eligible to piav ! 01-
liall iiMlir tho name of tne. iiiatitu'io". The i
name of fcchullo was not to b- Ij'W o-i
the list which was- sent to him A v. eel:
before the team went to Itoll.i. Hl-md read
In The licpublic that Schulte vv.i to ))ay
iiK-ilnst the Miners. Ulai'.d at once wrote
to Jlar.aiier Idlers that the team mig'it ns
well -i. in St. loui- as to brim; t-e'iu'.te
to JSol.a wlih the eMiectiillon that ne would
Ue aliov.'eu to puy. bcniiui went
I useil the
I used the
le . nno lil.ind notiliid the 'a..!u:igion ! H-v intre-to of Manager Ula.-.
.,.. ...... .... ...
pirtjeis mat ine game vvas oil un t ss hh
It Is on our own fumbles. My bovs have
to have the ball Iiand-d lo them just so or
thev- mi-s It. and then the whole teim be
comes demoralized for a moment, only to
come to and ilnd an opponent on the hall.
I think that we MinuM ken.) Smith from
scoring even, and lli-lr only chance to do
so will be on ihe fumbles or possibly on a
tiiek pia at which most young plavers tr
apt to be fooled."
Am gam- In which High School ami
Smith Ac.idemv t.-ams ale the participants
i in be depended upon in be fast and en
tiling ftom start to tluNlr. even though one
", lJ '' eleven- il, v outclass the other uu
the form of til. ir pievlou- games. The score
will not be large, as Fmlth v. ill light the
game to the blov. of the whistle tor tho
call of time In the -econd half.
Coach Tan VIcck stated to a Republic re
porter that he did not think lie would play
for U ashington I'niver-ity next Thursday,
as be feared that he '!it be injured o
badlv that he would be unable to perform
the duties of hi- position as athletic In
structor at Smith Academv. The -everal
Views of this stalenu.nr li'.i lit mun ,v. i
dllTeient interests In the game are rith-r
Interesting Tollovveis of the Clir-sti in
Urothers College tram do not heslt.-iie to
-av that un Vleck lacks the r-qui-ite
nervy to be a flrst-clas man. and that he
!- afraid of being ".-hown up" If he t)!a
In the game Thursday. A betting 'man
claims that It Is limply a riiso to secuie
giod odds agaln-t Washington.
-Mr. V.m VIerk has abo.it proved that he
lia- plenty of grit while he is not i mill
who would lower hlm-tlf to enter anv bel
He is a voi'mg man who has not ben
hustling for his HviK very long, and now
that he Is well sfirted. h" dos not vnnt I,.
ree,iv(. a seiliaek. College spirit is st.ch a pla.vul the game anv to speak of this sei
'ire article at Washington ITniversItr that , son Mcflrail and Tanmp have been ttior-ti-e
aeidem.v coarh ha- failed to nb-orb any ought v trained and coacheTT from the first
or it He probablv does not care any more ' d.iv of the -cason. In weight they are on
about the le-ult of the came than ho even tr:ns with the Washington tackles. -o
would if a numbir of his irlends .ngiged In I "hould have the advantage that comes to
i' fouisome on the golf links. He would b. ! the well-trained man when meeting a half
verj foolish, indeed, to take a chance on trained one
losing a promising position for the sake or One change will be made in the Cote Bril
.ili'in? a football team to win one game i Haute team's line-up. At enter O'Donohue
j lien that team mnv be In exlsfnee net I wl" 1''-V 1" Plate of Arthurs. As the bovs
fill am! mnv not Mi. Van Vleck in a are i-sod to tne sf.ie of Arthurs, the change
:. ichor in the academv a- well as at hie l- ' maJ make a slight differ' nee In the ti'ay.
Instructor, and his aim i- to become a ! 1,ut I,,at is not JUfly. aw OTionohue h-s
lertllb.d tutor in the unlver-itv : he has ' "laed the po-ltion satisfactorily for a week
verv chance of becoming -uch "in -i short i "r '"ore. He is heavier than Arthurs, his
time, and those chances, along vv th Ms ' as m"ch grit, and, with his experience,
arrbltloiw. would be given a hard -t!ia"k Ba'"eil while plavinc at guard In all the C.
if lie way to be -eriouslv hurt In the foot- i I;- C enmea this fall, he should hold his
bill game on turkev dav:. It I not the case ,nvn wltn ot,s f Washington. Dohertvwlll
of a. Iimv In college: It is the man trvi-ig t ',t '" rIl?ht end once more, and the V.'.i-b-gt
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heen mining very long, and haB not
In In In itti-jflm. i.is ilri.nTi.ul Imm tl.o Hi r- IT'.l.:..n,-.. r-.-t ... . ..
A:ument foluiwed a.g-men:. and it was a- sa-in'l" .'. ,', fh'i'.VC? , ' "iVn ,,,',' i.e'"i",n ! "B'!'-?.r' a- 'an ani1 a.re v" very far be
agreed lo seiid a tclcgi.im to an au.huiiij nr and .Meflrall v.varv of the gain 'n '"ic
ot Washington V. ia nvard to tne status j i,rt naif- m how .j,,,. ar,. I() . , .
who have been jdavlng against the
hind the fir- t-team men lu their positions.
Pt I.ouis I'niversltv practically closed her
and vigor the flickering fiame of football
fervor here at McKendree.
Captain Harmon does not plav football
all the time, however. When time for the
revival meeting comes around he jumps
Into the harness and preaches, leads in
prayer, does personal work amoug his fellow-students
In the cause of Christianity or
performs whatever else Ids. hands find to
In the sime, and no rensou why it cannot
be pure and wholesome.
"The element of danger Involved Is like
wise Involved In other sports of like nj
tuie, and after all cannot be very great,
considering the large number of those who
play and the small number of reallv seri
"All this being true, I ee no reason why
every one who wlihes. including ministers
or the gospel, should not enjoy the pleas-
One-night. ju.st before the recent McKen- i game. I shall iieaeh Vhe'goeTan.l bT?
football ns lonir as I can
Captain Harmon began plnving the game
"u me .'iL-n.i--iurv ienm or -v i and ha- ub
"'"'vntlv been Identified with the Flota
MFfli In 1 1 5 da vi. 4
W 3arate-J H
mM oet V ttrictote.
TO .MAVi2 CIIATTAXOOGV.
AVIiitler. flu- M. I.oiiU Hoy, AV1II Have
a ft Ilcrlh in .-oalberii I.eaKue.
Ijvv Whistler will have ehuige of the
Chattanooga club of the Southern League
next season, and is in that city to clo-e a
dal which will give linn a proprietary in
terest in the club. AVhlstler has had a long
and creditable career as a ulajer and man
ager and ia .splendidly qualified to conduct
a club. He managed the Schenectadv club
cf tl!lJ"ew York league part of tho season
of 1SS3 nnd In 1SW. Since the clo-e of the
ln-n race the sjchenectady club liae pur
chased the champion Utlca team and its.
old manager will be retained. Ievv has had
several offers under consideration, but
passed the other- up lo ideatifv lilmMf
ilth the Southern League lr. iliscu-sirig
life future, he said berore starting South
"I have been In correspondence w 1th Pres
.1 ent anl3 others who aie connected
with the Southern League an J I feel cer
tain of success. All the clubs -will be man
aged and many of Ihem owned hi men ot
business ability and ba-eball experience.
Tlieni viil be no 'four ilu-diprs this j ear "
dree-Clnistlan Brothers game in St. Ixmi-.
Captain Harmon had been appointed to
conduct the rigular devoliom! nrvi"e of
the college Young Men's Christian Asso-i-ation.
He arrived at the hall a few minutes
( late, and at once apologized to the attend
i ants for Id- tardiness, statins that he
had been necessarily detained by football
business, of a nature demanding linninll
Then, with an earnest look, he a-ked the
a-socialion. with himself, to forget .ver.v
thing else and "spend the hour in diawiug
nearer to Uod." He conducted one of the
most protitable and enjojable sei vices the
a-iociation has had this year
The -ermon which be preached at tho
Methodist Church here last Sunday night,
following closely unon ihe heel- of Id- haul
game on the campus at Christian Hrotheis the White Stockings was washing his hands
college in St. L.0U13 Saturday afternoon, -f T ., ' '"-' ;" ""ns mail n with
showed careful preparation and was list- tZ!S,.. ,'.t. ..h,.,"i'1? r ?"iaitly dres-ed
eued to and appreciated by a large eoug.e- .atter tiling up "Cmnim" for" a'ml iiu'.e
Ballon- -tepped up beside him and said:
He Is a prominent oflidal of the college "Why. how are jouV You'io lookim
Young Men's Christian Asso iatlon here and "nelv."
1- a leading worker along all line- of rella.- . 'I"' ,f'ell"B just the -ame. thank juu,"
lous activity. He has a kind, pious fao ! ;..''.,"". '-,h J "" n S'lncc at the mlr
or SChillte and a lew inner- ot ine icain mvslfrv to those who have seen il.n i- I!
with whom HIand was unacquainted The r i.-ckles in action. Tanner H u;i tn .e-y 1 t,,r,VA.JM -!, av S, " " ' Bam asainit the
lejlj onnated the other-, but -l.it d tint point (lf the game rnd as nifi r.'nd -s- I",r".pl M!Z'h,- ThursiVj- -in eleven mm-
Selulte was not a student ,,r the liisti.u- !.- re.i it "ben h.' i in m. ke" fru-ti . il SW ''"'' ne "i:l-,V',r.' "f J.b" c!": 'cho1
tion. That .-ettled his ihances of b, Ing u-d .'irh-milhoist - .ih ,h.v " ii-vU";,.1, '", n'''r,,V-ni f.VV,0nS!,m'- fiH)Tral "f
to the dctrlmint of Il.and , siucess lr- fo-iball. be must be about ns go d 0 ;-, v !.' .. , '. '," "' wi" V', 'orar .' f tm" P,0""lon. It
tonally Schulte is a veiv nice fellow, v. no is- j a-:.-- them " R-ilpn K,lr- 1- counted ii ,i i, V .-.n, V?in-.t?tVii' rlI',r.nver-
a lover of the grldiio- g line, a man iV.opr.ttj pood man In W.ishirgto i, ml m,vi
is anxious to fmi-h hi- edu.atior, but is and he m.ii be. but l.arr. JUGr.' I plu'-" -2" SL ? ' Me M:'7lor'"
forced to teach school to ki.p biead and I all ar-.n-iil b'm in the .;.,n-rii me 'A' ,m.' Tr "ci!lale '.'n 'a Pit-mp vltli no
i ,i,. ki..i ift,r7.. ti.at.. ,. imo i Mr n-imt. i.,..i, .,... .... .....i7. f.tn.r- in sn'. I Is -aid that Maea"er
iiiiiiti u.t tut ir.niti ..... ...v ..-... - -... - .- i.ii, . i ,- ti ,i,-ii- -i iv-.i-- i- ri-nr- .
he said to Jilaml. "1 am lcl: and tired of
being a 'rlng-r'. I ha"-iily wl-li thai 1
eutilu plaj- with -on:e team in wiu-ii I had
a peiiect rigM to be "
When Washington l'nivet-it lemanded
tle iltlht to plaj Scbuiti in l'-t 'i Iianl-.s-irivlne
D.iv came with Christian Iiintl.ets
College, the man.igi r of the l.mei put Ins
brains i'o work to devise a method to off
set the -cheme and at the tame time i.ot
Interfere with tho game He n-.uour.nd
that Coach Stone would pi iv ir sihulie did.
The announcement way oi.e large bliiiT, as
Dick Iialdwin admitted to the vvimr. bill
It workid to peite -tion. and m.v the lib u
vvlio will plav are mil: tho-e v, 'io hive
ben -ucces-iful enough to o ihlough the
season without having tbeli latus
This j ear Mrnrall v. ill face Jiw''ilr .-.sjio
.y ini-i iiuit,u)iv uiu i. ive itoyij
::thir of the Washing
!Iamm"S Is anx'iou- to iro throunh tho fill
, without a d.-fe.u. and for Coat reason not.li
. not make any entailments at the tail end
' liT tllo --t-rin -iffi-p t..- .aw.m t. .,. .. . .
'- ' "' -i-i- . .11 ,.1111 1U-. lljll eHTTT
pijvirs has g.une it ha- pl.ij"d. C.'lt,
ST. LOUIS HOME OF MANY
CLEVER TRAP SHOOTERS.
i ii-1 i
i- if.. ,. VH?' .""' wh"e in the strv- tloned. r
-.c ii; iiJ 1 1 'I'. 'C"'ment toam. which I In the Christian Brothers Colleso elevn wihttkn-roil Titr si-vniv imm,.t.. .,. ... I tatori niio wero rortunate
M. li V ' '". U.le Sev'',(I, Ann- Co'I"- thin- have bem anion, of a donbltul ,'Jli , ,' " . J , ! ?''."K' "" if he nla' not lla'-e eh a cer- present.
He in inive and btrong in stature, weighs c-haracttr. the principal of which u-i the ' , ,'crs' ,f tr-'P shooting In St. I.ouis have' tain 1 e id on the bird. , The match started shortly
iit-mn1'inre",0V'i I"r,fect health Ho withdrawal of Center Un-li Arthurs fiom H"en ''Usy with the live binK-and the ail-; ... . j Pnrt Morphj-. who was the
". .'.' raoiei Hie. enJov- the e-teem of hlj the i.imi io so to work ut b:s trade. Inn. Ine- turgetH in the line shmii'm- v. .th-i- . "coters at Dupont IMrk are "nlnliiL' n score, grased his first bird.
aiuuainiaiices. and is a promising younir iooMIi.-. Ir hi- ease theie i- re ill-, notli- that has 'nvnmi fh... f.,r- ,t, i ... ., .- dp.ii of n.-pect for brown bird-. wlil"b -..n 1 in two feet of the trap. W
ciiDvmaii or ministerial -lock. ,ig out of the -tralg'it and uairovi jiaib. Between the "lollies" and "-".v.,! -.. ,M,i ! '"th '"''i ones tlu.t can get pa-t the ' '" a'"J ' th enJ of
- ui ff 1MJJHCY. Jle - a joiintr ftllow, vbo v.ould woik b.s si.utv" tbii w..ie f,.u i i.. ,i, ... . ,i ' ""'"" ""en a u ipuiit , xpert s ,,t the round the score was a. t;
,.......-.,.-nr..T-rrr- naib, off lo dnl-h his education. He. ame SL'U! .-"I eif nillnl In thr mi-n j( she. Mi, :,., ,aicli be-tw-en Doclor J..l,n- ! killed twenty-five birds. W
""' "',- '-JMl I'OlllIurr. t0 st I.OUK tlifs fall ironi Mourn v.ineo. v"" w,u '7 "'1" ""' ''"" I!-f-.i-iiiB tne son and Hector Clark a fw dais- ago. seven I re fa-t. there was
r-,....i.t,. .. .,.. .. . . 111., and entend the brotlur.s' school. He -""i- waic-.i was -ent io i-ntdmo trap- i """s nom iwo sirnifea of nrteen rueh nun- "n" tvervtiunc; was rav
'ii.r.T.r V ., n ja"e or i Pa'il wlal money he had. vvhle'i was 'l'tl.r- last Wednesday, asking t'.e VVln-iy i ''" t" live until they were over t!,t- low score. With machlnellko
A case- of mistM-n l,iii,. ' .,, .enough to Keep him In tile College until City men to engage in a seven-man-to-the- ' I , ' V' , )""" nwrus- a lo-t bird Tor tho n'ooirr.s graw-eu tneir Blrcls
more ,tb-ni,,,r.. w , . ',ltv .wl,,ch wn" , December lie e-ep.cted to lec.lve some Lain m.-lch with the St I.oiiN'ms on lie- fcr- '"'l' l'ver-'' on" "' ue" wn- of the "ccond round, when Ae!sh
w",r'',P.n.'"?,,i'. I.frlond.s him to the I from a hiotl.u. win. fall-d to m.ii.t good. er,iWP s I,..., ' ,: ... Vi ,L "li. .,.,, ? .., L L."".W1 X:'rl!l- 1 the match mentioned Ml driver. Although hit
,.....'. ... .'V"' ""r. "?' evening at Kins- Arthurs found hlms-If without furda to .,.........,. .,.,.....' . '. ' . '. l01 !,,r V iarit won with the -.oie at ! t.. it Inanagei to flutter over the
ie. r- in i nicato. Ire-Mnif Cnt.i.... ... I . t.i .1 i .1...... .. .... . .1 . me iiiaieii. 11 jinu. win latie Dl.lee III l ill- : lloilur l..ii. L... 1 .... .... ... .. . a .11 ... i.., !.. .....
1 tvi-t'll 11 1 1 1.IUI1L: .uiu. L110111.11 om-iii 111 . . -. 1 . - - '- "...'. rirnu un im iiiiii.ir IE, in.i 1 anu iiirii mat an ire
The skin is the seat of an almost end
less variety of diseases. Thev are known
by various names, but are all" due to the
same cause, acid and other'poisons in
the blood that irritate and interfere with
the proper action of Use fkin.
To have a smooth, soft skin, free from
all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure;
and healthy. The many preparations of
arsenic and potash and the large number
of face powders and lotions generally
used in this class of diseases cover up
for a short time, but cannot remove per
manently the ufrly blotches ad the red,
Eternal vigslanco is the ftrico
of a beautlfui complexion
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr. H. T. Shobe, 1704 Iucns Avenue. St Louis,
Mo , saj s : " My daughter was alilirted for v ears
with a disfiguring eruption oa i;cr tare, which
resisted all treatment fehc vos tasea to two
celebrated health springs, but rereiied no bene
fit. Many mediants were prescribed, but vr.th
out result, until vc decided tutnS.b S . and by
the tune the first bottle was finished the en-ptiou
lf;an to disappear A doren bottles cured her
completely and left her skin perfectly smooth.
She s now sev eate-n j ears old, and r.ot a gu of
the embarrassing disea-e has ei er returned."
S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure for
the worst forms of skin troubles. It is
the greatestof all blood purifiers, and the
only one guaranteed purely vegetable.
Bad blood makes bad complexions.
purines aud invigo
rates the old and
ju-t such as one mitslit expect an eaine-t
preacher to postoesn. aim expects -to make
the mlnlstrj- his life work.
Ml-tbudixt CtlTKJ mil n.
He is a member of the Methodist church.
After completing his course here at Mc
Kendree he will enter the Garritt Bibllcil
Institute .it Northwestern Universitj, Chi
cago, and savs he will seek a -.lusltiun on
the Northwestern eleven.
In tact, he intends to preach and play
football so long as parallel opportunities
thereror present themselves to aim.
I a-keu Captain Harmon wnat tils views
of football arc Irum a ministerial stanJ
polnt, and whether he thought It improper
or inconsistent for a mlni-ier to plaj- the
"Assurtdly not." ne replied. "How can it
be?" Continuing, he saiu: "I believe foot
ball is one of tne most healthful and in
vigorating forms of. cxerci-e In whlcli a
man can engag--. Is there anything Harm
ful in taking exercire? Is it improper for u
minister to do that? The great Jtugi'y game
Is most stronglj- and indiscrlinln-iti 1
condemned bj- those who reallj know tne
least of it.
"It is urged against football that It is a
brutal and dangerous game, and that 1 so
facto ministers ought to condemn It. 1 deny
that It is inheientiy brutal, ami am willing
to admit It Is somewhat dangerous. So Is
skating dangerous, and hunting, and roil
ing, and chopping wood, and ail that. But
i- anj-thlng to be condemned because It is
"What form of reallj- healthful. Invig
orating sport doe.s not Involve the element
of danger? This vcrj' fact has its value in
the developnv-nt of sfotig, -turdj man
hood. Then is n sweeping indictment to
be drawn against anv- game metelv be
cause It Involves danger? If so, all form-i
of snort that are reallv valuable must no.
"1 have been playing football five year" J
anu nave never ueiti nun. it n.is not prov-n
101 ;o -ee iv inch uock.-t b - u..i,ti
"I haven't sem juu for -time time."
ins .wuib man
"No not -ince I -aw vou last 1 gne-i "
"The last time I saw .vou was whin Vou
-parr.d .Ilm Hall her.." continued (he en
thusiast. "Y.0s' J remember." said "Cominv," ie
smnlng his occupation tinci-weiiieiili As
the sudden acquaintance turned lo leave
thu room Coml-key overheard him whisper
to Ids companion:
"Why, don't ou ki.ow ? That's Jim Cor
A minute, later thu other v. mm. ,. ...
cfinie back and lushed up to 1:1m with
"How do at do? I didii'i know mii
"Mlie. ' icplied the American ly.-ague
liayn tie. "I haven't -etn on since I
licited John U i-'ulllvan." and hy gr.i-iied
the -omig f-llow'- hand Iu lioth his own.
which were b, this time well coveied with
soap. Hut the vi-ltur did not mind tho
to ip and retired In pleiisi-d surprise, while
Coii'lskev f It hurt because he had not
oeen immediately and properly recognized
as a member of the American l.M,-iie s Cli
ctilt 'oimnlltee Tile Sporting Nev -,
Trnelc Tn lit.
- Ilie iircldin-r jailse at III- Atlan'n track or
iiiT.il thu the owner of Mn-ik Macinnii be t.r"
veninl from crr.plu.vlni: tjbl h.n.is io beat tin
Pan- m.n.- the liaik ffeuh dining Hi?- runnlnc
--. .... in--!-.- i-i- nine, .mi I ms jneui U
iMii-urii ii,. n't iime tup .Mie.K rai
WOM ill n Mfll'f M..T1. t,o....l T. nn
dm, e-)eu,rB !H. i,im tml'.rs to be ni. an.l i hpcoiul but.
pi Iv lieges o! the collige, he lIioin;ri Hi it
ho would bcttti -hitt tor himself, so went
to work whin the opportunltj was offered
lilin la-l we k
The one man on tho Cote Bnlliaute eleven
whose light to ,ilay on a bona fide li.int is
que-tlonable is Tanner 'lhert In no s.-
uai prour tigninsi mm. nut lit. piajtii oi
cago it will be a tlftj bin! affair, .i.id
should develop some Kittling vood races.
-aim. .'itrpM n.. in -,. 1....1.... ... ..
n.ii..!... ., 11 "----""-. . - , . iniiiiiii inv
. .....T .,1 ,,,,. i-.reis. in tne nr-t. at .sin-tie-,
the seoie was -Si to L'J. while the- sicond
laiildi, at double, wa 2.' to IS.
l-'ew people of the many who have never
i.firss-cil shooting at the traps realize all
Hie money tb.lt is soeiil h tti f,ioi...rl.,..
1... - . .-.- .....-.. .f.
It is claimed bj loin! sbotgun .utl-ts mat
St. l.uui- has more good trap -houlers thin
any other city In the 1'nlted States, f thev
I'ouid but be Indurid to -bow- them-eiie.-iici-a-ion.illj
. Kansas Cit has the mint
the Atlanta eb.VLii. which hirnl -o ni.inv 1 1.1111 clubs, while Clilcaeo 'ends in the mini- ' "f that sport each ve.ir. ll'li-.i ihu nt
stats to help It dere.it V.indeiblll t"iiver-i- ber of nutcl.-s that ale shot there e.i h 'tl-f.'ctorv macliliie" for throwing ljrS7ets
t.v. lie was In the aimj in IWi .111,1 loin-- j,c.,0. it m reasonable to eiu-. t Cbbaau ,,:'," "'enieii a manufacturer paid Mim) for
nejiu 10 ine i-niiip mien at uiu eiiell-e el ... ,. ,. m-.ieli.s -. th. 1 'i.i,. .,. ,,, ' . . " "' ""aciii.-iery
l-.wi.. g .. 'i- 1. ..... . ...,.1.... . 1.1.1 . 1 o snoot mole maiciiis. u tilt 1 htc.ii-oa'is s.te.esnn it t.. ,
1 iit.i: .-11111 1 .11.1,1:1 10 nut ii 11. ill l nil 1.- it.. 1... .. 1. ..
e.i. by .ii,-. means, and lui-s had a deal nn.ie 1'-"'' ' ,-,"f W'J '" llaw' ,u "- "
evneilenie In tbl- world than 1.,. in Hi.. Uood lliltl -hooting
joi.ng man v, bo is tetkliu- an eii.ieatlou. The i.iuat pioniiiieiit men ft.i t
without ever having
He is a eli-vei football playei. a good fel
low and all thai, but it Is 11 good bet ibil
.in' .. 1.1 l It -"O. ...a ,.i.urj mil Ul 11111,
JiiJ . V.111-I1 he has done severnl ilmu m-.. 1...
' ?i!"a, YlVl' '" "-' " -rt,at ma"i' of' the
rtfpuuntiiiK rft. l-uuls In the liifcr-Cily ( l,I!ILe, H nwnl!iuatcu by a man nlio t-Iis
knot ale Ales Mermod. who donated the ," , .,- t . "iv'e if anu worKM coals
he will not hi m the Clui-tian liiotb. is m.,,,,,,,1 tn.i.hv which has aiou-id -i deal ! ?. .,,'fi " ,,0I,e i"" ." w''e"!. A chain im-
College next tinn. In ihe teirilii .struggle , , , ,! V , , h, f, " , ii'l,rts '' orie to the machine proper and
bitwien Jlarion-Sims ami the Biotl,",-, ' Inteiest lu shooting circles this fall, an I hi- whirls an iron shoot about. A vUo
T.innir walked up to Howaid Hooglnr. I '"' ' present held bj Henry (irlcsetlbck; lends ; back to where the trap-shooter is
who wa- olllciailuu as uinuiit iu thai 1 H- H. Collins, who Is not dning veij much "tanumir With the word "Keady" a null
game, and sabl. 'Won't you lemiiuber nn ' 1 work over the traps just nuvv. but who c.11 , ; l 'sier loosens a trip and this sends the
1 met vou the .via, vou taptalmd the an- j always be r. lied upon when it comes to a 1 T isl k I1!?, '"'.I "le "lr at fulr "Wed.
de.bllt team and had such .1 t,,,..,. i.alit j ,,,..c!.. chalIef( chl Ie m.in T.h !s al- ,a call Turk ibe'fev-er S "f hf"St ,as a
with the Atlanta tkveii. I pkivei against 1 ! ,.M u,i, 1,, ,h.. senr-- 11 ,, rniutt n"i! i.nii llll,llrUr mid. when shoot
J.iu t'mt vear." .Mi. ilooshcr tll.l r. .mm- I ,a? utlL ','' '" ,lu- r.reV iKne, u"oU '!" " Io".I,'lt"'- or twi targets thrown out
lir IiIim t,... biothtr of the meat J. A. 1:.. aiitl a mm I at almost the same iime .1 tn.in !. .i.
Aside fioni ihe ll.uij created b.v the talk I
of "ringers" tl.e tootball go'sip h.ls ct 11- ;
teied 011 the '1 hdiikiiv ing i.n g-un-s
vvhlih are to tit ide the total 'va'isllv a.d '
inters-cholastlc ch.imiiionslilp.s. On ' net '
'1 hursday morning at 10 o t lock. Smll'i ,
Aiaduuv will hue her light, team up I
against the veterans uf the Hi.;h School. I
(II ni.l.rLu .1... .........n .. i... I. ... 1
. .....i.r, mi- ,.--tjiiic not, nave cut.. 1
tin lids or sons In these two school 1 aie
more Interested in that g.inio than in She
big. out. which will be placed In the nftei-
v.ho -eldom tails to kill his iweiitj'-tiit
straight: Henry Urb ,-edieck. who thioiigii
his vv inning and defen-e of the .Mermod
trophy Is now recognized as champion 1 f
but who Is sure to bold ids own aganut moter of trapboutlng events about Chi
quick and pull the trigger In short order If
uv hopes to break both targets.
Another idea, of the money tbat l suent
oil the HhtHillei- -.line m-,,- k .:-!. ."i
.. .i.. ... J. : ...-., ..- tirinrii ironi
qmy is now lecogiiiieti as cii.iinpioii 11 a trip that was taken by .1 : number -of VlV-t
. I.oui-: Doctor Clark, who lu- been dab- eru men to the Grand American Handican
ns Willi revolver target practice of late, at New York in 1S3-J Mr K. S Kice n nro
. ..... 1 ... ......1 1.1 mote.- ir ttH.,..ui,. ... ' V" ' ' dr. .
tho targets. Six of the matche- will u,
shot fur turkevs. while all or thim will
have entrance riiotlej-. varying from 25 entsj
to $1. The purses will lie divided into thns,
monev-. 3). Ta and W per cent. Many of
the Diiiont -hooters have signi.'led their
Intentions of taking part.
AH amateur trap-shooting Tecords wt
broken by Robert A. Welsh at Inlerstato
Park, New York, la-t Tuesdnj". wlic-n In a,
match with Thomas W. Morplij- for tha
coveted Dupont trophy he killed 00 out
of a pos-ible 1U0 birds from a thlrty-jard
rise with a fifty-yard boundarj'.
As a matter of fact. Wel-li really killed
10) birds straiglit, but failed to score his
forfj--second bird, a fast left driver, which
died Just sit feet over the boundarj- fence.
Take it ail in all. It was a rcmark.ibla
match, as, in spite of Welsh's wonderful
shooting, he onlj- beat Mornhv- by ocj
bird, the professional scoring 3-i kills. Mor
phj- h id hard luck. too. as one of his two
mi-ed birds died outside of the boundary
The best amateur record prior to
day's match was held bj- Welsh, who ki
53 birds under the same1 conditions m .1
match for the Kiverton Challenge Pkfle at
Hiverton. N. J., in IK) I. A few months-
afterwards th- late George Work equaled
this rtccrd at I-archmont in a match with.
Ciptalu Brewer, and these records stood
until last Ti.etdav-.
Among the professionals, E. D. Fulford.
J. A. II. Killott and Fred Gilbert have
records or lir) straight. In Fulford' case.
his record was made in a match with
Brewer ten j-ears ago at Marion. N. J..
wher-i a fence boundarj- of eighty yarxU waa
used, and would hardly bear comparison
vefth WelOi's nre.spnt record.
I The match which brought forth such fast
and accurate work w.13 for the Dupont
trophv. which Welsh won some weeks asj
in Baltimore from a field of forty crack
amatpurs and professional?. Morphy chal
lenged him for the trophj-.
I The tirne record for Dupont-trophj-
matches was also broken- Just one Hour
nnd six minutes were occupied by the con
testants, shooting alternately, to run out
their strings of ICO birds each. This beats)
nil previous performances. Ai a record
breaker In point of both speed and score-
and by its closeness, the match will ba
long remembered bj- the handful of spre-
cnough to be
after 1 o'clock
first nt tho
a driver, with-
elsh did eauailv
hile the Dlgeons
absolutely no wind
oraole tor a good
until tne lorm:-
caught the fa
hnrd. th bin
This gave Mornh.v the lead temDororllv.
but on his verj- ne.xt bird, his forlj--thIrd.
he slipped up on a lively rlyer. which was
almost a dupllrute of Welsh's from No. 2
trap, which also died outside. Again tho
mutch was a tie. and the end of the fiftieth
round found the men on even terms, each
having klilrd fortv-iiine. For a long: time
It looked ns If each would kill out to th
end. as both killed nil of their third string
of twenty-five birds without a miss, and
the score was seventv-four each nt tha
1 enl of the seventv--flfth round. All vrnt
J well until the eightv--fotirth round, when
.viorpny missed a lett-ariver. which hu
i-hould have killed. As Welsh killed out
ttralj-ht he won the match bj- a score of
99 to !-S.
The winner was, cballenced bv Jack Ki
llott and the match will be shot fn January.
The referee was II. Tt. Collins of Baltimore,
while William Hobart officiated as scorer.
Many professionals of national reputation
were present at the mutch.
Welsh killed all but twentj--two btrd-i with
two barrels, while Morphv settled thlrfj
five of his flyers with a. single shell.
C. R. MCCARTHY.
Vermont la Rural.
Vermont continues to be a rural State.
Tt Is the onlj' State In the North that does
not contain a citj- with a population of
2j,0W or more.
The return of Hills tn lb.. .1... i,,,,. ,i.,
has encouraged tho.. 1.,-ivt unit,. .. i.i, ,.i
jeili a v.is . tl.ey now have bones that Vs., f-.n..i a,..,.,: 1 a doubtful
. 1. ir..,. .. luck and Smith pluck" will not cum,- ,,nt good at thin season of the veur that he may
I... I "lJ Hl,11,l ... jt Ifll... .1,....,.. .. . .. . 1 !.,. . . I ..n....l. .
ine vtianiis aie mat .HO O". oe uuie to i;ei u.tt ioiik ruuu-;ii iu
anv of the Chicago crowd; Uoctor J. W. ' ' ' , ,f. "V'T.V . 1" "n""t tR,ln t'mt ever
-.i.i. r,. .ni .... 1 .i .. r.In out of Chicago. He sei-iiri.il ,,
agalns't Tramp I, win a week ago. when he j J& ln'botl'i t lie lp1,Mmane-,mlr.1,,i'I',Ir '"
shot ,1 tie, killing fortj-sK -laik birds at j comianl'elght lXl.CLart?
the lull end ol a dark and drl.zll nflei-- . Slonlsts of that trln 11, u,i l.. i. -..' .. . ..
noon. Charles Spencer, who lost his iaial-
lcngc- match with GiieseiHtcIc la-t wees., is
a doubtful quantity, as his bu-incjs is so
'-.-I,- Hiii iiiueo srmm mn.r :ii nieir .iiii-n, i. i .tt.iije,-,,.- wit lriv-n nin mi.ihh ti... I no t.. . ....... .1... i-i.i-..,.. ..unnt.. .. I,... i.A u ,..ni.i
.W!, .V.fiffi.l cnolc'e' iStaSJ ,'aT -MR w-? gi V SBff ' ' SSF''? .HeU in an int -V
n, M,r,nT,r won over ,W on , do?, A"S?ho W ' W JU
S55,1S.",Mfil ."ai-n",''.1'" ..'.'' tain nos-sespion oFu. ' The 'Ac. ?ieK.' ! lnK away all the honors of the meet.
makes new, rich blood
w3 Iwisy fei that nourishes the
"sSC"7 l' 5S bodv- and keens the
ekin active and healthy and in proper
condition to perform its part towards
carrying off the impurities from the body.
If jou have .Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt
Rheum, Psoriasis, or your skin is rough
and pimply, send for our book on Blood
and Skin Diseases and write our physi
cians about your case. 2Co charge what
ever for this service.
SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, OA.
dangerous ihu far lo me. Now a minister
ought to condemn what It wrong 4ind ap
prove of what is right, but he ought to bo
discriminating enough to separate that
which is inherentlj' bad from that whtca
may be abused.
"A good many ministers condemn foot
ball. I am aware, and manv will criticise
me for what I am now sajlng. but when
one has both plaj-ed the game and prenclud
Jive j ears as 1 have, thus placing himself Jn
a position to dl-cus.s the mnttr from pci
konal experience, and then decides that min
isters ought to antagonize the game, I will
bo more than rendj- and willing to argue
the ca.-e with him.
"I believe the game ought to be pure,
and the fact that It sometimes H not, is
in no sense the fault of the game. In all
mv plaj lng I have never found time or In
clination to 'slug' or wantonlj- injure a
man. and when that begins the real gamei
"I have repeaUJIy told mj- men that
when one of them shall lie caught slugging
nn opponent, he shall be summarily dis
missed without trial or jurj-. It's football
I'm arguing In favor of, and not fistic en
counters and all that.
"Then, by coming Into close contact with
my plajers and entering into that nearness
of relationship felt by the members of the
same eleven. 1 can Influence them toward
Christian life. and-jallJ' be more effective
among them than if I refused to engage in
Innocent snort with them.
"Not only is football a healthful, invig
orating exercise for the phjslcal man. but
at the same time there Is a verj- valuable
and by no means Insignificant. Intellectual
discipline in it.
Clean, Healthy Garnr.
"Does it injure u man to pit himself
against a clever, ievcl-heiit'ed, quick antag
onist on the gildlrcii? Will it not rather
mak bira alert, cool a,nd que-Uer in his
mental processes- to engage In such compc
UUoa? I think so. Now, if there is any-
Ilie DHI1IT lllil l.nf hmn n ,l.llur nn 1.1. I..,-....
W Suillvnn. Iigared finihl ticliin. anil urg".i
nil bli ftieni's tr. put dnnn a bet, but U.e piice
Kepi mam from vvagerini;.
, K. V. ilroilc wis Injured oa tin1 iar nhll.
1 ping vhlppeil p. ilifnrn!.i. anil It Is fai.i that
-Itibn Kclioir iitrmls to rue the railroid eon--
.my jor uinngtF
Is not -a fumbling aggiesattoii like High
School and C. B. C: the only wnv the ban
.- ni.eij io ne luni'ii nom mem is on downs
iv joriing inemm punt on the third
f,?,!? r ,he ,1Mthf'1'- 'ho "Kin Sii'Hn boys
..in nave- a ui-ai oi irouiue io noitl their qi-
S-ira liilflrrth has iuircli.-itsl nrti-n ti.o 1 i'""""1 or uowns. nut will ,, w.ivn tnve
prlee pai.l hisnllt i,?,n iS p,i?,Lc. but .t X!,s ho Percentage on fumbles. Trick plnjs bv
somctlilnc lik si.Wi. ban Kranrisrn Chronicle. Coach Van Vleck s bovs will kep llerncro's
The report n.me from Xew York that .Incke lal1 guessing, as they are looking for them,
"Dick" law -on has not only recoiereil his "nil maj" bo footed on an ordinary plav,
lieilth. lu.i I- the father of a bouncing baby . worked with a few vaiiations. on this ..--
nilngiy luii.pi It i. said count. Hilts and Foster weie the whole
team wmn tho academy met Mamuil Tiain
Ing Sqhoul. Foster may not he. able to
pln.v. owing to Injuiics received tn Ihe game
with Rolla's second team last. Saturd iv,
and. Hilts wit) play opposite one nf the ocat
tackles In St. houis. when he faces Hupp
Tevis. The battle between these two men
should be the feature of the game. High
School's plunging tackles, alternating with
Bob Klnsey. who Is considerable of a
plunger himself, should find or make hoKs
in the Smith- line. Around the end there
will bo some difficulty, as Ktldlo lewis is
not often fooled. Prewltl of the academy
at guard is a very clever man at getting
through Interference, aa such nv-n go iu
the Interseholastic League. Ho will smaih
his way into the runner rcgardles-s nf what
muj- happen to him. When It cojres to nil
exchange of punts. Klnsey will hardly gain
girl, untl Is i-nrre.Don.
tint lie wolphs 1V run.K antl the pluslcirns
-'iy ne never nan con.'unipiltn. nut was simple
nn ilmiTi unit weak from reibicing so as to 1 e
able m ride. He will remain In tho Adirondack
Mountains, however, and enRano In the hot 1
business. I'lawson sajs he will not ride am
IM Corrlean arrtved In California lat weeii.
He will race i fen hor.es there and pick nut
the best of his voiinpsiers to ship to Hmtlan-I,
vi-eie he !s greallj taken with the racing ciis
loim It l said that be won a snug fortune dur
ing the summer. If so. It Is no wonder he HU-
It The miners who return from Klondike with
sacl full or r.i'Kgcts lnlst lhat ihe ellmate
up lhert, Is not ci had as It Is i-ilnted
l'rc:-ldnt Thomas II. Williams of the Oa':
land track 1- tiding his utmost lo keen the nfws
if the laies frnm nutyitle poolrooms, and to that
enl Keep the jelpgraph station nt in- trae't
iloiied each tl-iv from noon until after the r.ieo3
.loekev Kuiz will prob.iblj not rMe anv more,
bis lncreaing weight making it almo.t tnqios.
ble to reduce with safety. He weighs about Jii
pounds ot pK-ent.
ECl'HHI SLEEPIXG CARS
To Lou Aiigetes nnd San I"ranclco.
Leave St. Louis on "Katy Flyer" (M., K.
& T. Rj-0. S:1G p. m. every Tuesday ia San
AntcniOv See "Ivntj-'a" Agent. e
( A Unique Chnrcli.
In the city of Heidelberg. Germanj-.
tlierc is a church called the Church of the
Holy Ghost, which is unique in its vvaj'. be
ing the onlj chinch in tho world in which
thrt Protestant nnd Catholic services are
held" at the same time, a partition wall
through tho center separating the two congregations.
So far as. any local matches of Impor
tance aie concerueu, there- U but one In
slirnt. Doctor Smith has. challenged Henry
down. Once High School obtains nc-ses- ' inlesedleck to a. race tor the Mermod
i-t.. ... .1.. , .. . i , . . .... .. . ' - I ....nil. 'l-l.b ,nn. 1. ....1,., hl, lilll in. ami.
noM Satuiday, us the holder of the bioniu
emblem Is a man who likes mutches and
has not a little faith lu his ability lo hold
the trophy for somo time to come, regard
less of who or how many maj- challenge
The men who use the regulation double
lurrel gun never let an opportunity pass to
riuicuie. tnose wno snoot wiin tne -pump
gnn" or single-ban eled repeating shotgun,
u'hsro are argumoatx every duj- over tho re
tpeitlvo merit ot the two styles of guns.
Davo I'.lllott, a user ami an advocate of tho
"pump Run1' given an Impartial statement of
the mat" difterence. between them. He says:
"Trie only strong argument In favor of the
repeater Is that It handles much better than
the double-barreled affair, as it is much
lighter, and consequent' can be brought to
a suro aim with more ease and quickness.
Tho main objection to the dauble-bdrreled
gun is the. tendency to "cros the,' that N.
when a man looks across his gun, or gets
lo ono side of the hafrel, sav an eighth or
a quarter of an Ineh, he Is then taking aim
acrosii the barrels and not right plumb with
the, sights 'fhst difference of a quarter of
an inch at the butt of the mm will make a
any distance on PlUman, who has heen difference ot two or three tect at the bird,
coacned for a kicking game in case It is I which Is at a thtrtj'-vard risv. This is real
found necessarj' to play tt. i ly all the difference' there is between the
In regard to tho High School team. Coach double-barrel and ihe pump guns. How
Bernecu says: "My bo-. are under thu ewr. a beginner would probablv do better
w earner now. principally ocean's they did : worn vvttn tne pump, as It nanuies so rasilv.
not get suilleient work earlv in the sp'wnn
When I took hold of them thej- were play
ing about ten minutes each day against the
second team, ahd, with a short run. thought
thaflhev were doing plentj-. I gave them
at least an hour of constant play each dav
and brought all the bad blood out of th.'m
In a hurry, consrqucntlj- the most of them
are now suffeting from MR That sho.ill
have hecn the case mi the 1st of Ovloli.'r
and they would now' be in pcrfpet shape for
ine i-arne-i jiinu oi a game, i oo not fcce
For myself. I do not believe that I could
kill twenlj- in twentj'-five with a double
barrel right naw, having used the pump
sun for tuch a lnjig time."
Doctor Harrj- Johnson and Doclor .1. W.
Smith both favor the "pump gun" and do
good work with it. as docs Mr. Killott. In
a match last Thursdaj- Doctor Johnson lost
ono bird because the. -second ahell went off
with the action of the extractor, while the
-aire tiling occurred a shorftlm" after In a
match at targets. The man with the two.
reoi'mA "VZ'M ' "" they
;,", '" ,wi" snai snoigun race.
which was won by Tom Marshall, the lllil
tnni, Ti?"-. H"Ite '' namh" ot St. Loulsans
took the trip, among them Doctor Smith
who shot from a thirty-yard rise, one vard
less than the winner, who shot, virtually
of,T-!iri,rat'',,SV Ij,,,h c,,0o,ere n-e"'t,r
of talking of that event, and are wonderimr
when Ihe time will come that shooting will
be sufllclentlv prosperous in thNcltv to al
low them to do things up in that stvle
'J'6 'P1 cnick- are very optimistic, how
ever, and claim that they are the lovers of
a sport which will overshadow- everj-thing
in the course of ten or fifteen years, a"
they can shoot the year around and have
eins-?3""-' "n of ,,""'' "omethlng that
calls for good nerves, whether they win or
miss everj' bird.
hnwer fc:,,,!rc, o' 1-e shooting game
vvh ic-h few p-ople know of is tho amount of
training that the national crack" go
through to perfect their sl?ht antlnme?
J. A. B. fclllott Is a fair example of what
the experts go through to prepare for a
hard season of trap-shooting. Mr El
liott takes a trip to Hot Springs every
spring- and does three weeks' work that
would make 'orne men who think they
traln hard mighty weary In a short time,
riie Kansas City wonder, in this training
l' rI 1 j1,1 t ;Iock ln thc morning and
ion'5 a alt hV,.rs' JvorU w"h the dumb
bells and punching bag. This is followed
by a four-mile ran. a bath nnd a rub-down.
After breakfast and ;, short rest n long
v.ilk is the order, with, perhaps, a little
'hooting in the morning, although he does
not do much work at the traps while
training, as he simply desires to fit his
body, knowing that perfect physical con
dition means fine shooting. In tile after
noon he does enou?h work to kill the aver
ago man and is In bed at ! every nisht
v hen these three weeks are up he is alwnvs
len pounds lighter than when he com
menced the 1-ard grind of steady work liis
shooting Just after this period m lr 'le
judged from the accounts thnt nnmn r- ...
the few matches he shoots in Hot Spring's f
uU.i,,b wic ,,..11 mm eany jiav. tl v "n.
just after one of these periods that Mr
K-lliott came to St. I-ouis aIllj uon jj,e jle.
public cup. incidentally doing some of the
finest shooting that was ever rccn In St
There will be a shooting. tournament at
the Ashland Gun ClubN grounds. Florissant
avenue, aud Tracy road, tn-dav. commn-
e-uifr a, iv o cioc-k tins morning. t,ic,-i
irs Tisoe wasic
And strength wasted, to try to push
back the rising tide with a broom.
It's just as great a waste of time and
a far more serious waste of strength
to try to push back the rising tide
of disease with the "nervines,'' "com
pounds" and "nerve foods" which
simply drug the nerves into a drunk
en stupor. They make you feel
good? So does -whisky, while the
Feeling lasts, but the reaction is dan
gerous and deadly. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is a tem
perance medicine. It contains no al
cohol, opium, cocaine or other nar
cotic. It strengthens the body by
purifying the blood and increasing
the supply of that vital fluid. It
heals diseases of the stomach and or
gans of digestion and nutrition and
thu3 removes the obstacles to a per
fect nourishment of the whole body.
"Six years ago ray storeich and heart
troubled me so much I had to do something,
as the doctors could not help me." writes
Mrs. S. A. Knapp. of San Jose. California,
Box 39. "I went to San Francisco and had
treatment for catarrh of the stomach and
was better for some time, then it came bade
I then used Sr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery aad 'Pleasant Pellets.' These
medicines cured rat stomach. I do not
hare the pain and, indigestion as I did.
41 u Tny oara xor me to
tell you what I suffered be
fore I commenced taking
jour valuable medicine.
I recommend It to all
the sufferers whom I
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets strengthen and
stimulate the liver.
how we can lose to Smith Academ- unless 1 barrels Is always .sure of getting his two events will be shot with clay pigeons-as
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