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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
Lynch Creates a Stir in Baseball
National League Chief's Mis-
sion Said to Be With
President Murphy Also Returns to
Windy City From the
CHICAGO. Nov. 3 President Tom
T.ynch 0f t lio Katlonul LcuKue eama
here yesterday Ijtu refused to lift the
veil of nistery that surioundetl the ls.
It. The head of the parent baseball or-
Kanlzatlon arrlecd soma hat unrxuect
edly and spent thu afternoon seeking
l'resldcnt Johnsan, of tho Amcilcjn
I.jnch stormed the American I.eagno
omccs in the Fisher bulldliiK. but found
them locked. Whether he saw Johnsod
later In the day Is not known, as I.jnch
departed last nlulit without admitting
anything more than the fuct that he
cumu to Bee the American league hiud
I.jnch had nothing to odd to the '
Rel case. The National LeaKUe chief
si cms convinced that the lion of the
Phillies, who got himself In bad by say
ing the National I-euguu race was
crooked, will hnvo trouble Indication
himself when his case Is taken up In
the Icaguo this month. Fotjel asserts
hu never uttered the statements credit
ed to him, and this wlll.be his defense
t the meeting that ma) result In his
banishment from the league.
President Murphy, of the Cubs, like
wise reached Chicago after several
dujs In the Ilast. Tnc Cub magnate
came In on a morning train, went to
his ottlco for a short stay, and thin
. disappeared, presumably to play golf,
' his latest hobbj.
Murphy had nothing In tho way of
news, refusing to admit that he was In
the Uast to talk trades with any clubs,
but Insisting that ho spent most of his
time In looking over the new ball park
In Brooklyn. Murphy wants to get1
Ideas to embody In his new stadium,
that he promises to build In time for
the 1911 plajlng season.
While at his ofllcc Murphy had a con
sultation with Joe Tinker, thu Cub
shortstop, who hopes to nguro In a
trade that will taku him away from tho
West Side. Tinker Informed Murphy
that ho had been to Cincinnati and
ugrced upon terms to manage tho Reds
for Qarry Herrmann.
Tinker wanted to know what Murphy
Intended to do about it. but recefvid
no satisfaction, as the Cub magnate Is
about as far out at sea ai lie was tin
days ago when Tinker asserted he
. vtUUIUII 1 JIIHimKf II" iuui iui i mini,
1 and that hu wouldn't play ball again
unless with some other club than
Thorpe Is Effective
Against Lehigh Eleven
SOI'TII Hi:TIIUKHi:xr, Pa, Nov. 3
Lehigh is wondering today Just what tho
team could have dono against the Car
i lisle Indians had Jim Thorpe been ellni
lnated from esterday's contest which
went to the Indians bv a M to It score
Thorpe vvaB the proverbial team in
himself scoring no less than !8 of the
total points made.
Pour touchdowns, a Held goal, and a
goal after touchdown concluded
Thorpe's afternoons contribution to tho
football game. He was everywhere,
rtoliig everything and proving asi won
derful ground gainer as has been seen
Lehigh's two touchdowns resulted
from two cleverly executed forward
, passes from Paiettl to Hobans from
whleh two goals were kicked. All of
the other players were completely over
shadowid by Thorpe, who took the ball
three fourths of the time, reeling from
twemv-flve to elEhty-nve-yard runs with
Hart Starring Today
ror viguam cieveu
!. nnnniinrpmnil Hint Wavne. Hart.
former Georgetown taklu and one of
the belt football plaveu eu developed
In this section of the rnuntrv Ik to pUv
for thu VlRllHiiM toua is apt to 1 1
crease Iho attendance nt I'nlon League I
Fark, where the Independent champions
are meeting the IMgccomb Kluumen of
L The visitors have a record of victories
ever the fattest teami. In the Monu-
mental City and vlciiiltj, und Inelude In
F their ranks several furmer tollei;i stan.
The Vlgllants will ho stmiKthened In
the nddltlun of Wajne Unit, fnrnvi
tntkle of Georgetown. McDonnell, lutt
vear's star tenter, and Smith, 4 fornur
George Washington 1'nlwrslt guard
TodrfVs guiuc, which will ho pieieded
by a clasli. In whit li Nntlon.il and Trln
lty arc pilnclpnls, will start at i o'llock.
Company D Claiming ;
Barracks Gridiron Title
Compaii) 1), Washington flarracKs, .n
defeating Compunv A Is today claiming
the championship of Washington Hai
Ucks, and nil be ready to meet am
learn in Washington, according to. its
Company was defeated In a one
sided game, the score being X to 0.
hlory's woik featured the contest, hlj
runs of slxtv-llve ami clghtv-ftvu vaids
for touchdowns nftci Intercepting the
forward pass being casllj the ftatuie
Will Play Match.
On account of the fiiendl.v rivali)
existing between the patrons of the
nay Slate billiard aeademv, su 1: mre'
northwest and the- nostou billiard par
lor, 19 Ninth stieet noithwct, u
Allen, proprietor of both rooms, has
arranged a match game of pocket bil
liards, 300 points up. between Edwin C
Johnson nnd James M Woltz,, one
hundred points to hi plajed Mondav
night, November 11, at the Iloston par
lor, the second hundred on Mondnv
night, November IS at ho llav State
academy, nnd the llnul ut the Hostnn
parlor on Mondav, Noeinb 3j Tin
winner will receive a prize of !10 and
the loser Jo. 1
The men are so evenly matched thai I
the same should be very close.
Clarke Did Well in Pitts
burgh, and McGraw Made
Jo'inny McGraw and Kred CUtke, suc
cessful managers in the National
Hank O'tiay, Ulll Dahlcn. nnd Johnny
Kllng, unsuccessful managers In tho
This is the tale of the leuderi In the
organization presided over l Tom
Ljneh In 19J2. None can foresee what
the tale of 1913 will be at this carlv
date, baseball has so many ups and
Though unsuccessful In landing a pen
nant, Krcel Clirke did well with his
experimental outfit, nnd many National
Leaguo fans believe that tho Pirates
will be a contended fir the pennant
next season from the start It took a
whole season to find llendrlx Caiey,
Kelly, and O'Toole. Next eai thty
should be stars of the llrst magnitude.
"Muggs" MeGiaie, leadtr of the
(Hants, Is a peiminent fixture In New
York. He has had too many good teams
them since IK Indeed, a manager
In New York must have 11 good team
l atii In the uffectlons of the fans.
Thev want a winner, nnd nothing less,
along the Great White Wa. McGraw
lias consistently given them one.
Prank Chance winner of four pen
nants and two world's championships,
met with mishaps that kept his team
from landing In the coveted llrst place.
Injuries f hlmsolf and to his players,
the utter collapse of hli pitching slnff
when most needed, nnd the constant
hhkeilug with Chnrllc "ljazoo ' Murphy
kept the Culu back. Once thc wire
hUt four rfltllM behind III Ifitforlne-
Giants. With n pltrhlng staff, they
might have passed them The tw tilers
were misting, and they fell baek to
third place to the end
Now Chance Is done In Chicago. How.
ever, none will ever say that Chance
failed as a manager none but Murphy,
'ind he's liable to say nnj thin ut
an time nheut anvbodv or an) thing.
Muiphj's crowning piece of follv was
Ills jcuranr ef filendlv relations with
O'Oay li Conspicuous.
Hank O'Dav Is conspicuous among
the failures In the big leagues In 1912,
and ot there ale extenuating circum
stances O'Dui needed pitchers to keep
his rteds In the llrst division He tried
hard to get them, onlv to fall. He. too,
like Harry Davis In Cleveland, suffcrod
greatly from the ante-season boosting
he received. Why anvbodv should have
credited him with all this baseball acu
men Is yet to be explained. He didn't
show any. anyway. He has failed and
will. In all likelihood, be superseded.
Then there Is nill Dahlen In ilrook
lyn, another failure, a consistent fail
ure, too. despite the palaver of c. Her
cules Kbbets every spring. Three ears
have come and gone and Dahlen's team
has never been In the running vcn for
"Noisy Johnnv" Kllng in rtoston had
some good plavers. but more weak ones,
aged, decrepit old men with tho glory
behind them. He had John M. Ward,
the "Human Pest of Haseball," to con
tend with, too, and that's somn handi
cap Hut Kling did fall, nevertheless,
and will be sunperseded In 1013 by
Callahan Will Sign
White Sox Contract
CHICAGO, Nov. 1-Jimmv Callahnn
will sign n contract for 1513 In a day 01
so Charlie Comlskey Is satisfied with
the showing made by his team In 1913
nnd believes that Callahan did as well
as possible with the material nt hand.
It Is expected that all efforts will now
be devoted to strengthening the pitch
How to Completely Overcome
VICTORY IN 3 DAYS
DOPR NOT ORAVK FOU TOIIACCO.
Mr. tW. Ilftvlfc, 107 rorUfo JjUlitweru wril'it
1 I chQ Uulr r lbl bit bMihtod U II ki ft tul
W nt mvi for Ubct u i tw j tinea
1 iik in f jtwir UHiouai. '
FEELft BETTFK KVEIlT WAY.
Mr, Wat. Aelt. HJoa lot rlin: I tMk Tar O
h Itrftivlleti bad hmt bttu rKilr tsfkrHtM br It I no
"dt'lrt far ebtvlaf iabtvcoftu1 frt belter In rtrrr
wa Uf Mitiiti bi((r,lWp better u4rrrmrlir
k h eeriloljr n ftll that Ton eUln fir thtm It m nt
Fihm worth tb mwiry for I cannot !(!( la wvrda tu
vru4 jour remevtlca bvt doac .
CODLD OT QUIT "MOin0 nEFORE.
Mr. William Hrarilcn.K r D 4 Uonit Ark -rltr.
1 ror ffin I m dltoiM to inioktur aii-1 kn I nuchi lt
I qolt hut I eouM not 4i It uuill I col jour C rVi of Rrfllt,
A;id that imokri iaawi w hat tbcrli f Ubaocoli,
kbui 1 Lire na tfcalre at aU.
T!IRH BEUElr A WONOKIL
Mr. J. !. Ilkhh.t ir UkraitraJ N II . arhca Tmnw
b Treatment fbrtho tobaoea liablt la a waader. to
"tti camH bktbeea a raaanlrta iarii aa4 I libtvrr
lab unm ucr would ut It H It c so-l U lcl ttiat 4oe tMt
nor NOT WANT lllft PIPE.
Ur. I. M. IIUI.au. W reablr Urn writet Oi lha
rlr I bciaa mine Tour O Trtatiueul I Ull! tur pIm aod
IrUMloaraoke ll dl4 ftot taK food n4 I dldbocraie fur
kin ioniMeiififr. nrr au.prr 4 no iwoooa aj, i iiim ii
P(als but alUr thia hi!1i I ba4 aoiWlre On the third
lar I did nat aut f ha ntnA Im mr aaeuth. I bave if
itrttlog. abatavrr tot ubw u uera.
M J FINF. IIF.I.TI1T CONDITION.
Mr. W. II. Aealrbari7.Cuiirrri Tei wrUra .!
klaluc tour i) IlrnMr. I am plint hotirr than I evrrhata
WtMtMi: IftialaalaanJia! hcallbj coDitlUan.1
MONET WFM. RPENT.
Mr. J. A. IVrrr. aUnil rlorlda wrilrat "I dtd not
wrlittoroti betere brcauie I fai-d it if thaatleoiaaf
. to ir O Rfmed were laattoc I am now rroud ta aaf the Rva
I dollar a I paid for veur TreatmeDl wr the ht t I ttt ajsrot It
naarnohiba now aloca I look your Trcatneat aal I
i liava to ft Mire for lobaMO I bare IrtM to chew, but It Ui'"t
wor-einart iiwnrneuew tat aelterlai rrr partir
ularaud welgb I en panvta wore than beforo.
HE WH A CIOAIIETTR FIFNIK
Mr. Krtls A. tiurrrtt. Bos 3 oaa 1 a . vritra I
bareb ea utoLtna; tla;arrttra fur aaveral year.
bl cai rfalUa now thai I t ! doua the rlthl (bine la ikti a
rjoxr IrcAiueat a I Iui bma elmrtite 0en4 but I net r
miaa oi uiiDiinrm ai an piw, mj nerrea are etcaaier
haul rur cnmrlekloa la better) It doea not bktt that jeHgw
'lint any mttrv.
HC BMORFD rOH SI YER.
Mr. I. J. I.HBp, UJSHiark Ave .Caiiiou ii, writer
Mf hare uel rour t irratmeDt aal am more than nli
kWhh lbreulu I hail vaed tabaeco for about 2 I
Irrara. In faec I cnutt on do wltbwitli but I am (
rumplelilr (Vrrd aftha habit I canaot aar rnousb
in pramoi jour iriaim nt aui i cenaiaie reeomiucud It.
EDWARD J. WOODS,
POWELL AND STEPHENS DUE
FOR "TIN CAN" DECORATION
Veterans of St. Louis Browns
to Give Way to
"Illg Jack" Powell, tho Mound City
mastodon, and Jimmy Stephens, tho
veteran backstop, ate due for the auc
tion block Inasmuch as both lino
been performing !n the major leaguu roi
seviral cars, dating back so fai th.it
few can reeall off'iand Just when either
broke In, It is not expected that any ef
fort will b- made to keep them In tho
classy tanks of the big show The de
mand for voung blood spells the end
of there true und tried vetciaus of tho
diamond. Walvcis will bo asked during
the wlntci, and very likely they will go
to the Ulrmtngham club, of the South
ern League', which is strongly allied
with thu St. Louis Drowns.
Powell, the elephantine twliln of the
Drowns, lias been pitching ball for
sum j twenty years l'oi many sea
runt hu stiiied Ucnrraltv he led his
team In victories That was befuie .iu
liegan to assume those aldermanlc pro
portions vviilch took htm fium Claik
(Irlltlth's team In New lurk to Jimmy
MeAleei s In HI. Louis.
St Louis Is the home of many excel
lent luiws and Powell had many
friends in the Industr) who kept htm
supplied with his favorite brands As
the venrs went on his uldti manic pro
portions became gieater and gitutcr,
until llnallv it whs a difficult tusk ror
him to get Into shape In the spilug. IU
had ull his old eontiol, though, and
managed to atav In thu ring season
Once Had Curves.
One Powell had a good curve ball, but
that was long ago. Of recent ycaia ho
has relied almost wholly upon his abili
ty to put the hall Just whent-ver hu
wished. Hacked b) such a team us thu
Athletics or thu lttd Sox, Powill would
have bet n a winning pitcher long after
his loss totals fattened at the expense of
his win column. The Drowns couldn t
hit a lick behind him und all his hard
work went for nothing. Three hits win
Last seal Powell was clumsier than
ever Smart teams laid down bunts
and gajlj skipped down the path while
he fell ull over himself trjlng to IU Id
the tantalizing little rollers It was seen
that his da were numbered Ho won
nine games last year and lost eighteen.
As a grouch, "Illg Jack' Puuell bus
long held the chuinploushlp of the big
leagues Ills grouch Is of the Ingrow
ing type, becoming worse as the victim
grows older. lie Is very old, loo. It might
ue said in passing His depuiture will
hardly be received with tears, even In
Stephens Is Slow,
Jlmmv Stephens, though handicapped
b his lack of height, has long Lecn
considered one of tho reallv good catch
ers In the Am- in league He has
been In ganus yrar 'n und yi-n out for
lo, oh. so long lie knows all the w '.ik
tn s o nf tuo hutsniMi .ind handles h.s
pitchers In good stle. As In the case
of "Illg Jack" Powell, Htephcns Is be
ing crowded out bv aspiring voting
sters, particularly Waltir Alexander
Stephens' throwing arm Is u bit weak
now. hut he should be able to remain In
bast hall fui several vears longer,
though not In the speediest company
lly the 1..1J flounce Htov all's Ilrownles
luu) ijusi 1 unside ruble disturbance
next Ki-iiHon be fore the ge t read) to
t'irl up und peilsh Thej showed last
lusiin, time thev sturted, that thev had
gifiit potential Blre-ngth As a pitching
staff ileoige Stnvall has an excellent
11111 lens In I.kiI Hamilton, the noo-hll-no-run
twlrlei, Mark Allison. George
DaiiiiH-urtliHi, and Carl Wellenmann
Waltei l.i'verenz, drafted from the
Coast League', has elone good work.
Napier showed flashes of ability Inst
vcar, as did Itov Mitchell
If Stovall plays more next year than
Attained al Last A Successful Remedy.
Thomo Testimonial. Thoy aro but a Fow from Legions.
NEVER FEI.T flF.TTFIl IN nid LIFE.
Mr. Andrew Tbraaa. Waldo bantaa wrltra Anr
bailnf waited a loaf lima, I can no write j on ttiatTbave
bftn eailrelr freed rrora the tabaooa habit. I bait bad the
tobaoea b&blt for tea yeara aad I can aar that 1 oerer waa
aoftalafanytblpf la hj Ufa, m when I faund ant
that I waa freed af the aeearoed habll. I iiftrr frit
betier la all xaj Hie, tbaa alnoe I look our O Treatmetit,
aad I caa cbeet full rrcanuaead ll ta ujeoe."
HE TniED TO GIVE IT TP.
Mr. Waa. M. Marrlll. AeUlm N if , writ "I have
lakea your C Treatmet wlife iroataueeeaa for I bate been
fn I entirety eflbe tobaetvi batik I bare been a uarr ef lo
baaoa fur yeart aad bava I rind aiala and aala ta eii a It up,
but I would alaara hare ta a back ta It afata, will paw
r etc.. wanld fall ta Lets ma away IVana ta.
bar-ra, but wheu I cemrarnel tour Treataaaot, tb ajn.
petit almoat laancdlatcly left He."
KKOBTD TWENTV CIOKHS PA1LT.
Mr. H. F. Wllltanta, UoLaiu UUi.wrttea 1 took
your C Trratmrat for Ibe ieravoa-habit anl harro bad any
dalre Tor lot an-o la any form alnoe I believe I am per man
rnile freed ef ibe b.K- I emnbrd all tho time except
when aalecpt often 90 clear dally."
a lait eiVFn rp rrs Ton a ceo.
' fc-mer Carlllea tndlugton la write Moor
C Trtaiaitot U;mt at ten ree"tnuvu lit lobe, tor It baa en
tlrely (Toed no or the lob -ei habit. I cannot prala It hltjh
f noitftt I hart beta a enulot narr of lobaera f r Ibe la.t
iweniT IwoyearsltieHnl Icoull not poulMy do without
It but now thankatayau. I haven't Ihelea-tde.
aire far IU Uy health aJaa haa Improved wooderfnlly
FEEW A TnoCSAND TIMEd nETTFR.
llr. Jahn Rabaana, rraiee Ulna wrlica I with to
thank you for what your C Treatment ba done forme I an
a man ef airon a 111 power, but I never raald averrome
lha era viae 1 " for tsnihchewioiand amoklnc tubacce.
hlnoa laklai jour Trratmrat, 1 bava lott all deira for te
lattaaayformaodfeel , Uauaand tlmca better
ta every way."
.. .. rFF RnN HEALTH.
Mlaa Harriet Martin, Marietta, (ikla , wrtteai I
have ueed anulT for 8& vrara. but ilrue ukluc yur
C TreatiuibS tay tnur habit was overcome.
ALL DESIRE OR CRAVING IS REMOVED FOR,
Pipe, Cigars. Chewing Tobacco, Cigarettes, Snuff. ,
T nffne n cannlna m,n.. -. t -
nlM-n .ir7t.r.T !" imniiirni re Hi vt
IVi.TT 2.1ZLTJ: 1 "r """" ' p-uiiar urrvousucaa ana craving lor cit-urottea.cliinra.l
Mcor, red apota on akin.
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lUDHUUU hlHDIl oai of memory au I will ii.wor impure iiolfonid) blooj, rheuniatlMii
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ni1tiiMm bl.f In.
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.ff H II II R N !'blt b uddrnt atop) Ins don t do It. Tte correct method la to dim. a
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534 Sixth Ave.,
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robj.tlM.Iih MTFRLEbooktelli.il shont Ilia wonel.rtnl PW.WJ BBH Hm
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HlUlff Ilublt lUllexl in Dkln uranrec fr. Addrru BB BB a UaMM MMWM
Circles by His Sudden
lie did last, he will take care of a posi
tion generally a weakness In 1912. Dcr-
til Prutt bids fair to become a good
second baseman, while his hitting Is
hard and timely. There Is no shortstop
In sight better than llobhv Wallace.
Jimmy Austin has bunches of pepper In
his makeup, but hn may have to hustle
for his Job next year.
The outlleld Is fair with Williams In
right, Shotlon In center und "Hunny"
Drlcf In left Ten. too, thero Is Pete
Compton, who came strongly Inward
the end of the recent scuson. All In all
the Ilrownles may send the shivers
down the spines of several big lenguu
managers next ear before the- eiult
Have Till Thursday.
American league clubs have till
Thursday to wait before' opening nego
tiations with Itogci Ilresnahan, and.
unless ho capltuljtcs to omu National
League club before then, ho will un
doubtedly receive several offers. Ilres
nahan was 111 much of the 1913 season,
but when In shapu he is one of tho
In First Win of "Year
Catholic University Is rejoicing today
In Its llrst vletoiy of the season, ac
complished at Newark, Del., over Dela
w,ne College yesterday by u 7 to 0
score. Dlsila.vlng a ifrst-class urtlclc
of foeithull, Catholic University out
pluved Its heavier opponents at all
times, and was able to scoro through
Intercepting a forward pass.
O'Dea, of Catholic University, Is the
leal hero of the gimo. Grabbing n for
v. urd pass In thu last period, he ran
sixty vurds for the only score of tho
mime. On the defense Catholic Unl
veisltv outplayed the home team.
Iloth teams suffered from having
plavers out of tho game on account of
injuries, hut this In no wily detracted
from the good work of the vlsltois
whose stylo of play was Impressive at
At Eastern Victory
l"oueh MeC.iffery Is not at ull satis
fied with Kastein'ss showing sgilnst
Charlotte Hall .vcstrplav, although his
teum won by 11 b-to-o score. Those who
saw Dastrru vein wcic of the opinion
thai the Washington high school team
si oultl have won hr a laigor seoie. Thi
Capitol Hill team phivcd rings uroulid
the home team.
The Individual woik of Shlnn and Mc
Klhennon, for Eastern, was worthy of
notice, us wus that put up bv Captain
Cohlll Kor Charlotte Hall. Weldeu
helmir and Stone plavcd a creditable
Bucknell Plays Even
Game With Lafayette
KASTO.W Pa Nov 3 Hue knell
sturde, defense, holding the powerful
Lufaette eleen to a no-scote tie,
plHies It among the stiong uleveus of
the eouutr) The team which bud tri
umphed oxer l'e nnslanla was wliollx
limbic to i,aln eonslstentlv agulii't
Hue knell when such i,uliis mlebt luie
biougbt louchdoniis .laek Dhiniond,
the famous quart! rbai k. was thrown
again anil again trlng to skirt Un
cials Hue km II wIiiks being ulloKctlui
too powerful foi lilm
Time tlm. i liueknell tried f l Id coils
tint all were fizzles Iu the sii'nud and
t hire pel loeN l.afaette was out Uft d
hu managed lo keep Iluckuell from
Brown Wins, But Plays
Poor Game of Football
l'ltOVIDI'.NI'i:. H I , No 1 limn n
won a slow and itoorly pliitd game,
limn the I iilersll of erniont 12 lo 7
ewterdH llotll sldi s wclf pelllllreel
maii times Il working tin Mluiu
sot i shift In the second period Vermont
elroe lirown baek Sefton going oer
the line and Bmlth kicking the goal
Brown scored In the same period on a
run baek eif a punt and line plunges
forward paises and straight football ii
the fourth period brought the see oml
HEALTH IMPROri'D WONDt RFCLLY.
UlsJ. D. 1ImhximL. IMA Ttlr,1 Ni I.h.kk.... .
write 1 bare taken vour C Het of HmiMIm an.t i.mk
fully aay that I ant completely freed ef fhe lohaiio-t ablt, a
filsee taklai your treaturnt I have nat had the. leaatC
" ir loeareo in any rarm. XLJ Health
IT AYr II I If MflPV
Mr. Otte llaldenwanajer. r ort Caey Wath , write)
I bavaukrnyeur rrratueht at per your dlreeitn and Idj
amdalaajtac. 1 cao aay that (dlda t feel rMtd t"
I roecttt, for a loaf time I am glad I took yeur Treaiinent
rr nut enlydll ll aave ma money but ll Improved vrd
heal I un feeUng entirely lite a new piraea. "
IT TOOK AWAY ALL nFnlKE. ,
Mr. n. fl. Umxar. ft04 N Kat. a Port K.nt I..... I
wrltea Vour C Treat men t rnrtha lohai-A.. K.i.u ft... s-.t
nway frant me all deelre and rratlna; for trreUte
weed I can adrlM all who wlih to quit the u of tut acco,f
Mr w w. w .VHHbu . tm IIIJ ITMkOlO IB III WCII,
rFD TORACCO HINCE 10 TEARH OLIL t
Mr. rred M. Hunt, taluruet, iau write- 1 rauN
trulv aar that 1 Lave itvtn un the lohaM.a hihti forwlu i
alt There baa been agrret change and although 1 hatei
been ualnc tebaeee alnte 1 waa lit yrara of bbcs"
both Iu amoalng aad chewing, I ti perkuM-d Utile trnJbla
niif uiisi jvur liciui-tiir j oc craviug naa gone and II
ni fVrl bt lha tnhanm-liatilt.'' 1
WILTs-POWIR IHR NOT IIFIP III.
Mr. J. t- MeCabrv liaUrklblev ! ir.M. tti
wtltJi rtlnoa I look eur C Trratmrnt for ihi i.h..
1 al tr. I note a great Improvement Id Lotb my mental aud j
rhvkical oondldona. 1 daa t remember feellno beii aian.l
period la my life. I bava amoLed heavily fr the
pan iu yenrw, wt $ n gru pij mi ciiar. nine a
touk your Tfraimeat, I have pot touched tobacco aud bctct4
eipm. to a,
NOTED BCIENTlrVrA ANA1.VHIK.
Pref. Wentwerth Iiaerltra.retl noted rnrdleo. "
rDcmteaiciperi,eeftineB "iht r araitoot oomprlaed Iu
the Wooda 0 Treatment, are well eilouUied to be effreiive In I
orrromiDR d leoarcQ naoit inry are 01 great purity, ei
.nivai j iii ii vhi lujvjii'iiea DBIOiJtieB, I Of p
c4Ua eoatalu genuine aodluta cblorldo of gold."
i . t- - ai.Li. i-a.i ... ...
l J mr iuirewi;rpimu nuib in ,4 noure, it ! mild.
.jhiirtVta l...uwff .... eMmlal 1IM .s ... "
vi' l,"ISE" -".,Vy'V 17VJ2 l"".t.F.-
vveiken'ntT and falllntr out ot hair and many other tliaordtra. It ta un
pafe and torturinc to Attempt to cure you rent f of tobarcoand anutr
- e - v.;:ur;v:. v-::
NEW YORK, N. Y.
kiwuuit uTriromg mecevTiiur iduiu nuic.IT na rullT nlltt enlnnv n
Stovall Should Have Team in
Race From Start
linrelcst tveiikers In tile- name, nlu.iy
an Insplnillnn to lilt tcani-mnles.
Thero uip Jobs fon lilm In many clubs
In IkjIIi IiIk leUKiies It etetuld be ti tell
etrll.c for ('. Ilerrulcs Kbbots to ob
liiln tills veteran backstop and luiilny
nuiimMcr. Hu wuulil put more; lift Into
tint hunch of llioeiklti pl.iera tlmn
he have cer sIiohii unefcr Ulll D.ih
leu .Miller HiikuIhk ulll luie nei slnrcuio.
If tin takes llresiiulian's plaro with the
Canllnals In the llrst place, he must
stttln the dlftlrulll 'S altaihed to sev
eral holdouts. Then, uhiu hn ha.e his
Players signed up, lie ulll find that Im
Is still lnckliiR In Rood pitchers. Tile
Cardinals have n weuk plluhlnp; stnfC
and, until this department Is strenutli
ened, cunnot hope for supreme honors
All over the land the scribes are
"poundlnK" the latest scheme of Gurrv
Iferrmann for an InterleURue scrli s
next ear. It Is pointed out that tho
players would not stand for the sclie ire
and that the InterteaiiUe' serlrb would
be n dlsmnl failure herausc the fans
would nut stand for It Theie would li
no Interest In such a series, if the small
itcvlpts of lli l'hll ide-lphla, ('hleuR.i
Ht Louis and rieveluiid-Clncliinnll
series count for anthlnr.
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SOUTH SI FANS
Callahan Believes Boston
Pitcher Would Round
Out His Staff.
CHICAGO, Nov. 3 The Houth Side
fans are delighted oier the prospects of
huvltiR "Iluik" O'llilcu with tlio While
hox next season, believing that he would
emulate the success of IMdlo Clcotte.
em slilltlnt; the color of his sox fium
led to wliltu. Ilowrxei, Jlmnij Cal
lahon declines to admit that he has
considered tho possibility of uittlliK
"If McAlccr wants to pass O'llrlcn
oer to mc, whv, nothing will please
me more," .ays the manager of Coinls.
key's Comets. "O'lJrlen Is n heeedy
Pitt her. If lie's 'In bail' with the Hcd
Sox fans, that won't bother him with
the South bide bugs. O'llrlcn, White,
Walsh, Clcotte, and Iingu makes a
pretty swett twirling stuff, don't ou
think? I'd like to have him all rlthl "
It Is belli ved here that Callahan will
trv to obtain O'Hrlcn during the annual
meeting of the big leagues In New York
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KMH Jl TTfc .
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ST I.Ot'IS, Mo . Nov 3 -floger Hre
Italian recently unconditionally re
iciiHee as m.inuge'1' uf Uie fit Louis Na
llotul League b ise bull rlub departed fot
his home In Toledo, Onto, last night
llefore leuv Ing, lliesnabun said he h.id
reeeleil otters from two National
League eliibs and one American League
team fur bis sen Ice a as catcher.
Ilrestiihan, said that lie will not eon.
slder nn offei at piise'tit, as ho lntcndf
to light for his contract with the local
National League club. I'lttsbuVgli and
Chicago, aceoidlliK to a tele-iram froir
I'rejsldent Lynch, Invo made offers for
llresnahan's services If Ilresnahan can
get tiuav from the National League he
probably will be with the loe al Ameri
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