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IN THE "U WOULD p hp Hi ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1913. WILLARD IS VICTOR SPO OVER MORRIS IN 0 REC0RDSSH01V Johnson, Cicottc, Scott, Rus sell and ' Mitchell Allowed Only 264 Earned Runs Dur- 1,469 Innings, mi (Hi Alii'l'lonn Icukiic pitchinK, record:, ."or the ( a iti m u: n Just ooncI, Walter .lohni-oii, labile ('icnlte. Ilcli Km-wll, Jimiey Scott and Willie, Mitchell 1 1 1 1 1 1 nialvc lilt' (.routes! I 1 1 ' ) : i n l; (Jt;uV 5 PITCHERS t M A PENNANT In the ennui ry. This iuintct allowed ere, I here yesterday. II wax I'Rrci'd ! an nvi'iiiCi' of l.'i earned tallies pcr,thnt the lilies ( olleeteil should In- (II- j gillie. They tanked one, two, three, . I, led ninoni; needy harms:, raee driv- four and fie iiiih'Mc the .'lubstet.s in via unci TOO was no uvuirdod, ! the I'.ati JoIiiik ii (ireiiit ilMiliif? tile tiie huntst nlimle pift, bcInK made to1 I'll!! cunipah-'n. iJaliies I". Katney, formerly well known What a hurlim; staff thin iilntet Uih trainer anil driver of .loe I'alehon, i would in il'C. They liborod In con-!i,nd w ho Is now' ill at his home 111 j 1,sti dm inn the past season, more , l.exinslon, Mo. I than the regulation h a"iie f. Iiedlile. I'mlc-M itKi'inst "Johnnie I'ateh" re- If they were on one chili it would cut milled in the horse's winnings lit ilow n I heir el them ai pout hpu ws. .'ink a no, si ip ,il. Three ri);ht-haiHPrs and two ; Kusseli is the yonim siarj ot the White Sox, while Mitchell hers fer the Naps. limine- (he 1 i 1 :t season worked in more Rami's or coiiiesls than tiny pitcher in the . wiiintrtKH wi re ordered redist rihuied. eaL.uc, with a total of '.1, while t-M i'tt, , William A. llosey of ( 'orydoti, Ky another ,'"X. wan second, w ith 4 SI. Will-r(.istated. ter Johnson worked in 47, Cicotle inj Theodore W. Jones of Kldnrado. or 41' and the dev. land southpaw In 3.-.. ' T(ip, kltt K.,n ,, , ,r(.dinj "Joe Hut in the total of lnnim..s worked, t rn 1ra or "Hellenes, Jr.," were or JoluiMni had a pretty t,ood clue "n a, .,,.,) KK,, ended until wiimins of the his opponi-np 34S. Hussell . Wall was s .r ofliclated in I'ond, with ;i!6. while Scott w as ri:ht on his heels. ; with 312. Clcolte, the other White Sox i e,,ieei,i!,'INC nior:K in- n,M ine pitchers in the h 2117 'n. while Mitch :iie, lahored in look part in only .17 rounds. This i u i ii t t in the J!H3 season wcrked In 1,4i;ai;i inniiu's, nhmit lti4 full names. This Is ten more than the A. I. schedule calls for. .Mayhe there , would he two or three ti Karnes, tut f still th:s total is more th played during the 1!M1 , ui any club itiiipaif-'n In the American lcaiuie. In this total of iiir.inL's the: star pi!i hers, the leaders in tin allowed l.fliis I'lnules. a M"od e five A. I. many less than one per inniiiL'. Then J7:i talli".-' were coiiiitcd off th'in duiir.K the siason, "'It of this total hein;; , arned. The greatest ninn her of runs came off Scott, who was found fur !'fl; llu.- .cll allow ed 8 II to cross the pay-ofi station; ('icutt", 77. M i t 1 1 1 1 1 1 . aC, and Juiiiians f.4. The (arned runs off (he iinlntet were th" follow inu: Johns'. n, 4.'; ( i (ette, 4S; Kns-ill, t;:,; Scott, fit, ali.l Jilt' hell, 4.".. The ooinhin'-d a ,'er,ic for the five Is 1.7J (arned talliis in c;t'-h came. iiliforiila Woinaii Perhm-ly Alamied. "A short time nai I contracted a severe cold which .settled on my lunss and c.nead loo a ".'feat deal of annoy ance. 1 would have had coukIUiir spells and my luims w. re so sore and in- iiauieu j oean to oe seriously alarmed. A friend recommended Chamherlaln's Conch Hemcdy. Fnyin'-T slie had used It for years. I hotif-'ht . a. hotlle and It relieved my eoui;h the' first ninht, nnd in a week I was rid i cf the cold and soicness of my lumrs," writer Rims Marie ueruer, .-.awicin Cat. l''or sale hy all dealers. Full weight and satisfaction Guaranteed when ordered from the New State Coal and Wood Yard. Phone 35. C. E. Kunz, Proprietor. Results from Journal Want Ads A WHilE STKifhU MADRAS COLLARS aMot 7, rtiu CliieK. Trahodr Co., !.' TIME TO HAVE GIFTS LAID ASIDE FOR CHRISTMAS i Itiirlne; the next two weoKs you will have at this store the u,l an(ite,o of- Ktleitii!'; from istoik that is more varied and complete than ut any other time ilnrlna; the year. You're sine to find just what yon want now unil we'll be t;lad to set away nnjthing you select for Holiday delivery. l t' - DODD & OENHOF X TiiiKU and ci::.tkaia. '' ARROW SEVENTY-FIVE CISES AFFECTING HORSES IRE DECIDED Board of Appeals of Amciican Trotting Association An- nounces Decisions Coverin;;!iard had the i.,-ut ..f km lt o..- Disputcs of Past Season, 8Y UORNIhd JOURNAL BPKCIAL Lf ASK D 'hieiiKo. l,c. r. -Tin' hoard of iip-: Is (if t!ii An, ci'i, mi TrmiiiiK hksucI- ation announced ijc'ixiiinM today In ; ,e , nt -liyo ivim's which wore .'OiiKhl- j ,j;lnat .,,, Vernon. Tex., last sum- J ,,.,. MnK ,dero,l returned. Th Kidie "n. jp," which won nt la-;.1,n..vli),i tnl. Aur.ust 30, and at I'adilcah, Kv.. October 1, was declared IH'ssei: tni liable on American Trottio.; i parts of sockition tracks until re-named, and horse at Knox f'ily, (ireeti City, 1'at- t, as ail ii ami Trenton. .Mo., w ere re- u,.Ile(j w K,crlcl, of Mahaska, Kan., and ,,. MlMr,. "(i.ihlen Tier." were Sus pended until 'all winninss out of rlass" I iv the mare over A. M. T. A. Iracks were rt turned, A fine of f"'( a day will he laid on Kmerlok for tvery day more than thirty days that elanseu hefore th- winnings are p. ml Joe Zimmerman of Assinihcra, Sask Canada, and the mare ".May McKin- an undefeated , hampioii of his i lass, n-y," are suspended until wlnnin-s hut has practically retired himself, Rt Ksleven, Sask., AuKnst Ii, ure re-.although the French (ports are plan lurneil. ItilnK to hive lilm headn hefore his A. ii. nercdorf. 11. iy city, Mich.; name Is effaced from the record ta CeoiMe V.. I'ichl. (iottlieh lietilter and Ides. You will read where some over lletiry I.cster, of l.ansinir, Mich., were zealous l'acific nasi ritiir cruic al leili'lalid on application. (ludes to Willie kitohie as a world s Second money in I'm' 2 : J 5 pace at champion, and those of the middle Clnte.shui- 111., August L'f, was de claied Illegally won l .v "Princess Mar- ; jj.iret" and ird,-ud returned. j EBBETTS OF BROOKLYN ! HAS EYES ON TINKERS, in v;,.K"s, ., fV. Ne,r w,- aast nor Kitcliie ,rr he.it I'r.ddie 'SPECIAL CONAIIPONDINCI TO MOBNINO JOIINAL, Xew York, Pee. I!. Charles II. Mi llets, presid, nt of the Hrool-.lyn cluh, has cone n-jjcnninK for Joe Tinkei, the lately deposed niuiumer of the Cirii'iuiiati Ked.s "If Hermann doesn't want him, '; f ail) ,,,,, r(.,(unil Iao.i,ul, "i want , , , , ., ;,e vrI... w i 1 1 i ! i tr to 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ; part: with either pl iN-is or cash to offset any offers that may he made hy rival promoters, "One thin i in willing to no upon r cord conli.uied tile Drooklyn Im- Icreharlo, "Tinker will never vet out of th National leaurue. He would l-'iove.s. lie mis nan inn ic conies," mal e my clnh a pei.naiil contender. since he was crowned ehaiiiplon. al "I will k the limit for Tinker. 1 ; 1 lu.uuh he ha?i heen r. p. !. I!: (hal ... .1. ,i,.,a i.,. .em r... In lelilied. lie is rated hv I'hilaih lphia no iioi uiiiiii 1 1 ii. . .o ..... .. la Cincinnati, n iw that he i I hone that Mr. Herrmann deposed. 1 who is a : friend of initio, will i:ive me I onsi'l- lation .n '"IF" ll' V. i.' hl S t pote of the former Cleat slmrlsl I lie Ci.i.s. I am in a position, cut "iil-eiMn: my on team, 1c him a helter haiK.iin, cither in J ll'l 1 (lls- ,, of w il h- j t-ive ' cash i,r players, tn.in any one i lanni. If I fi.il to hmd Tinker 11 will not hi le -t: life of parsitn' nious poli y." Tinker is in rather a uni'iiie pos lion. He "is a ilazl'iij; jewel to ll eyes of organized I Hei riiiann is lluoii; would never have supplanted his former pilot. I Now enters that strange and puz zling element if oi'L'iinizeil hes'ialls ' hiiualioos," :h ' Federal les.mie. The prospective "cullaws." who are said to have offered Kddie Collins trdl.tu'O for thiee years (money miaranleed) are nm likely to allow such a hiu fish as Tink'-r to sink into oldivion for want of u joh. "Tinker." said Frank Chance h,.t ! sprinu, "is the uroslest hall player i the country hcause he Is the hralr lest. I would nive $r,ii,niiii lor today. U' would mean the differ him I nee i J etwei n a tailender and ion cluh.'' BUSINESS COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAMS PLAY TWO GAMES i i . f n j no iiisl ,u:.i r.c. .,. . j Alhuqueriiue Kusiness colleire, 1 11 i i ImyH and cirls, plaja.d a double- j header hill last niMht at I he armory. I I The hoys' first team heat the second i team 21 to 6, end the girls' first team ti liumail the second team -'I to Ii i The Ki.simss college has some f-xce'-I lent rintriial this year, both ici nu ithe boys and the girls, nnd two f.cst 'teams to repiOMtit tho college arc ssurtU. ITt Ilis Case lAaclly. "When lather was s years atu he read an 'ot Chamhet Iain's Tablets sick about six: iilverUscinent in the papers , s' '.that fit his case exactly, writes Missj . IMarsraret Campbell of l't. Smith. Ark. p "He purchased a box of them and lie has not been sick since. , sis,..-, had slonuich trouble mid wns also hen Pf it. ,1 by them." I-'or sale by nil deal ers. ItofitiUs from Journal AVaut Atls. won IT Kansas Cowboy Leads in EipJit Rounds of Ten-Round Con test Staged at Madison Square Garden, 'V WONINO JOURNAL PA'CIA, f AMD Wllll New YorW, I ice. 1. -In a ten-round hont lit Madison S'piare Harden to nicht, .Tecs Willaid of Kansas, de fun,...! I'.rl M..,.!.. ., . i(.1.1 . U-a. ten rounds, one was fairly even mid the other, the third, went to Morris Wlllard Weighed Z-i i,,unds, mid Morris 23 4 1-4. The hunt was disappoitilini;, as hot'i in, n were flow nnd tin re w is a good deal of wref-ilim.' and hiu'e.iiii:, with few ('ban blows. With the (Aoepiior uf the third round, Whlanl outboxcl his finponent nnd Morris was I'le queiilly (aiitioned for lnddiiu:. la.th were 'jlunisv. hut Willard did the clever T work. He used a rich! cross and n rlu'it lipperout. while Morris phued for the l.i dy lit close (pial'leis. Morris floundered at times a it, I seemed to have po lijiUnient of distance. Th crowd fi'e'tiieiilly Jeered and hooed. til j'i United States Just Now Is Without a Boxer of Any Class Who Can Claim Title; Jack Johnson Only One, Ther Anierii ceptitm to he 1 ' Is not n t-iuule hoxer In i. I'urope or .'.uMralia, ex Jack Johns, n, who can claim world's champion. Johnson Is west refer In Johnny Kilhane as hold er of the world's feu I P erw ' ii'ht till". 1'olh are incorrect. -Neither is a world's champion. They are simply American title holders. ... 1.1. III. 1.1. .......I,, ,itl.. IWelsh, the reooyni.oil champion r.f 'KnMl.'ind and present holder of the Lord Lonsdale hell. In. f.e t, liit. hie was heal, 'ii l.y We'sh on .o cinl.er i rt I), 1111, lit I .os Aimeles, oer (he Mli I round route. That was prior to the ; ii n lt Ciilifoi-nian's victory over Wol iuast. Kilchie has always side-stepped return mat.!i with Welsh, in l.ict, ,he praclically ran out or a contest ai Vancouver on l.ahor day. Cntii Ritchie meets and defeats Welsh he can only lie" re"arded tis the American rham- I'ion. I'p to present wrllint; he has not exliiinleii any cl eat prowess w r, n uic Sports on tile work lie periornieu here, lie was completely outclassed hy Vdniix Kmc and ' 'narley Turner, neither ol wh :.. ....ike aav if '. nsimis to he cha m pious of 1 h"i'' Johnny K illume, of Ch reeKlil'eil fi-iilhel'tteivht c'asi l 'i 1 is hi'iipioti of Ann lion, and not of the w.u Id. as he Is constantly alluded t" hy.e.H hiisias t i,'. writers of the middle 't. Kil- 1'nne won the title f 1 oin ,Lo All. II, I Kehruary '21, 1JI2, nt Vernon, Cat., lover the t wenl y-round roiile. Hie hoiil ! laslinir the limit. Alt' II was not a mr nmi nnrn mnT u 1 1 1 1 ! l u riii i rtlilLIIIUJl UULJ NUI BOAST 1 WORLD'S RICIIH ischi'l 1 ' i.letlt !V ! u ol"l s cna in I'lnll in llieill.ie. Iieo.in.-.e l,"wiVh him, or h,.;1'' ""I1 ,1,''V','r !"'".'" ,.J,,1" IIM-M ,.ue inv in. in in i .ii. in ii'i .ii in- wci-.h1. Kilhane has never foiicht an International battle; In fact, he has not heen In a championship i'"iil."-t since he won th" decision over Alt, II. Johnny Coulnn. the ha nl a niwel;: 111 tilleholder, like Kilhane and Hit, hie, has heen very careful not to jeopar dize his rinir reputation. Althnueji re i. elite, Hy cha Helmed, Cotilon Ipis not foiltrlil a championship battle "in, Kehruary, I'.H'i, when lie wns av, ird e,l a t wenl v-round decision over Frankie Iturns, at New (irlcaus. Coo- Ion is only cliampion of America, de spite the fact that way hack in 1 ! in ! he met Jim Kendrick, twice in New Orleans. winning on points in ten rounds, and nuain by a knockout in a first (livi.i- I ten rounds. Kendrick was an l lnulish linan, hut not. a champion of his ii.iin- ' I trv. I'nless Coulon defends his lille within the two years. American sportsmen could riuhifullv acclaim Kid Williams as champion, as Cou 'oii has declined to me, I him, and the that i,a. t:i ltlmi.ro liKht weh;ht has done ml been re, aired of him. I n one year no nas proven nis masierv over nil the bantamweights east nd; west, and heat In the most decisive! f., -p.. rl,.s ,,.,1, ,u x. , chain 1,1 1 ill Km nee', and Johnny Himhcs, the ,y ,,f his weight in KnKland. Tn,.rv jK still a merry Kcrainble )fr (he welter ami middh weights for Ih, Atneriinn nnd world's titl-s. The limit of weiuht in the former , lass is Rfner.i.lv conceded to he from H2 o Hi P Hinds. I'ackfy M hand rnd Mike Cibbotis s'aiul lend shoulders above all the , Kur il, ad Ot li T I contenders. A difference of a f.'V j pounds in ".".!)! ha k' pi these t'.Vo nat rim: t, i s a part. M cl'a r- land holds out for Hi pounds rbiar s'ie, vhil" iJiid'or.s is wi'Iintc to make '. IT at rin'-'si'l or 1 I r, i.ounds at .'i or '. in. Clllll incs" , 'a o men Mane wnj( the hitler of the two the , lass will be v'.ihoitt n chainpi ui. All , ther atidida'e ' tire "I'ii!- plat rx .n null i n isoii. Sn f,,r as ilie mirdlew riehts re conovnicd u 'i flcrenl condition i-xistu. ! ", 4. f.. 'A - ilrt - The first time you get a whiff of Stag from some other fellow's pipe, REMEMBER that Stag's taste is as good as its fragrance f U - j So i.Iir, .ilMH'k'. tZ" ' '! ihi ! ' 1 1 i ' "" i ' !" if T V u u iji i,j , P.., -v'; . 1 , " V .'iU ' fit, f, v . - ; j . u v ' c ' ' . . . " i . t v, .;' , J,t L.-,. C,..irinirrrvn'w.i-"'V ' 4 .V v '- JH1 There are a , Mam, ! to l. .( n eaiidnlat,-' II Ill lleW il'his ll tin- llll' ,;0od. Pi ml Al! 1 tiler Slanl'.;- I Il.lllll i.'ll. w o. I. won ;l,e midillew , the limit tie re I p. in. on llo K la us is n nv in . a jolt on t he jr w Chip, lie look til ht litle of in- leu p.. .,V of the .iirop ids .olllel - fll i n feint 1 1 . r lin lime in Ins hi'.. It w.u pioiisiilp I. .. ill, I ut only 'unit. Klaus con I I the s,inie sein.iiioii in a i ii;. ui - 0 -i -loctid 1 Kin I .1 I ed C1, 1 1 1 1 1 I M I ! 1 1 ll in ii '! .- h'St trine, p; just as hh.A V i i m r a ml h, ell have Thai. ( 'hip peat 1 1 t- h rcpcpiiicii. til" i llli: ad i.lcct i !, lid I old iil"iit he i. o'lci l . hot no out hy the I'C (MIS I I II, Was it ill led. I fori.-, to ha vi a r tarn m'. ' ch Kla'i" was wllliut:. h :t ''hip apparently (lid lot wan, any mile of his e.;:me. Allen llifcatH is City, 1 "'. , : Vo-tll. Menia Ka n Alhu of Kansas City, d ton of I'lltsl.iu v.h first of three hi feat.-il I 'harles Wcs- here lotnrht ill III' i k.l to decide (In to. 11 ,,!-.! i. ...l t l iltl . i- l ... . ship. Allen is .r- s, nt ,nal pocket, Alhu i.- ch:l Inpii holder ,i no cnai on.-:np. i oe m o l- 'lis- Hi'' It i"" " Allin, VI and Weston, 111, ;i ":i. 1 llinik .d.re : j ti i 11: l,..,v il.. I cniil, I I. tin y k f v . r i r 1 11 II ' tsT ' ' j To P ( NO 1 I J I I ' 1 fvRP r r i wr .) I Ih 'V' KoMili.-j from Journal ot Ads. I. - . V - ;l M. -'- i: 4 j J i: " " f-t v j..-,,,.,,- , I jWiS. - Try a tin end c,r:;. thrill in smoking, Cftnyrnlt-'nt r.rk 'rcrj FoU-Size tO-Cert 5-Ccnt Tin. for Pipe EVER-LASTl','' '.J..:'. DEFENSE SCORES IN C1SE Witness Who Saw Man Com h' Fiom Areaway of Apart nieiit Building HhTs to hlen tify Physician in Couil, inv MnftNiMn jnuANAL .''I'mL ki.id wn.ll s'hi ii. viiie. lad., i ice. ::. ui,.. of the prop" fell Iron, iiinl.r l''e stile 'i case today w Ihoi 1 1 hi v W. Haskell fall, d to identify p.-sn n ,-ly ir. . lii, ill II. Cralir, as the man he saw c - ilil; oill ill' llir iii'i .iii.i', ot the Indiana I H il is a p ii 1 mi til Inline in which I r. Ileh ne Knahe Ihed mi the iil- lit l'r. : K ia !e no I her ,lca, h. I ll.isl.cli, testil'i inw at the trial of 1 I ir. t 'ral,' for I he in order of I if. .Knahe, (M.'.cd intently nt 1 he accused mini for a few moments and (hen .-ai l; "He looks hlie the man." l.a- ter, under cross examination, Haskell w as asked ; I "Are you willlmr to swear positively that l'r. ('rail? is the man oil saw j.-oinirm out of the pasaj;e way?" I "I (nil not," was Haskell' reply. ! ! Haskell testified that Us he was' passim; the apar'nielil house nl.out ;I1:;II o'clock nil the TlU-llI of October i 11,11. lie ,'iicou nter, d a man who .Was walking bilsl.lv out of the ud j joiniim ui'eauav. 'I he man walked In front of him, he said, and ll.cn lui li ed in the ill, . c ion I r w h i, h Ha '- l-ett , allie. Ha I" II said he ; loopi ,1 and looked l.fler the retteatnr; fictile, which passed under th, sin el Ii In mi the corner u shot) di.-tance nunv. The slate scored a victory late in the day wh",i the coinl ailiiiitl'd the j lesi i mony of lir. (in, , W'ai'iior, loimcr "up, riiilendetii of the Indian. i Vch ri-J j oars collet, , in lie 1 1 , 1 In a oim.lsi tlon he had Willi I ir. Craiir concern-j I imr ir. Knahe on S'..l , in I 'J'.i, CM.! I A faille eltort was made to have Ihl.'i Ii i 1 1 mu ,n v excluded as il n levant. I I ir. Wano, r declared that he had 1 ,ol , ll lii In'. Crali; and I u A. h i I Cobel'IS ah, nil (!ivim; up tln ir lecture j hours al the si hool on Ihal ihiv In I ! order I" pel nut I i -. Knal.e t,, audressj j 1 he st ll, b ut s, I j "W hen I put the iU. .''th.n to I r. ! i 'r:iic" '-'"d tli" witness, "lie arose I from his seat Willi a show of iriita-i lion and said, a h, i"ll lo r to i..,i In hell.' I In!,! huo that I hi not eati'v an such mes'iace as Ih.at and lie (iiiio d away without j-'lvin any ', f a i t hi r a le w i r." j In Wai'iier e stilled that l'r. Cral;; and I U'. Knahe pievioiisiv had been . i-uiiil fi ienils and that the former had 'taken i!.c I". Knahe home in his au- ti ii I 'la , valiiinatio HI Willi 111' v. liav lla is ii" '. spnp, of l'r. Warner op' n ot', of curl n i ;.' . . til a, r, an In. man. told of in- mi 1 ri II. IP' t..rva vii he had with I ir. Cl'aiu subse j ,,11,1,1 In the death of Hr. Knahe. rile I I I'll.!,-Hip bet M I ell IIS was like i that ol Iv. n," In. I'laiir '.aid to j t lie Willi's1', accord i nc to It'iiiiMi.'ard- n,-r. "What can ii lean ilo whin he Is i licensed in a , use of this kind'.'" ! Uaum-anlner l-el.iie, Hr. Cialir I had a.lniili.d bavluir h.ani .l small I lo 1 ir. is lia be w hi, ll llll 1 i h i I i e know 1 they rlinmer, Ka Ik en In re;, oil! Wlial an array! i an sun.' .as well ns act , ll ill I he ilia fore , a: l . Tr CARD SIGNS FOR SALE. The .Toiirnnl now hr, n full f.wr,.,rl- ' nir nt of Card Kii'iis on hand. You can j certaiiilv find what yon want in the; follow inir b'f "I uinhhed IIooihk for j I!eni." "I "nftirn ' bed IN,,, inn I',.'' j Pen!," "For Iter,!." "I'or Rale." "linonis I'or Kcnl," ".'urrih;h d llniiiin I-or J.h'ht 1 lo,..'i l c, in.', kiiiini and Hoard, rah!,! l;oard." "lloiiim for Sale." "lloiine for Kent," "Plain Sew iaff," "1 n ohmii'i k inc." The car'1'., ill l fold al the low price of 1ft eeiilg eah. Vail t the Iti'dnosp ofHce, ' T D . GRA1G "'.7i n; f ' t Vx-' ' : n At 't'.'V ,if ' nd C'v;". J '. ' 1f- u !.Vf. i vr". i .1. s itl HCK'f!. '.I'.l ?. Ciii'i'.ln.iv, '.IN ,: r A.".;. V. Kcsiills Iroiu Journal Want Ads. Cured inOne Day llr On r l'litfilciiii mnt 11I.i,mII,ii Hvti'in 0 ol M.'IrntlllO Olllr i nulmrot, VARICOCELE Hydrocele, Rupture (Hcmla) No I"l'nl imi from Hum hi fun r !mi. AHU 4H III W a KiMilty, tslnU 1 Wtil'UI-l.tilt C'HMlltlnn of TtM' VftllH, 1tH -vniitMii-4 in ui h n) iirhihtf a nil iiln, i if f 1 1 m i s 1 1 1 , lU'Mllty, luck cf ciicry y runt nintiiilnn. A mini Hiifrcriii from Vnrti t ic h mmt niter tin l:. S. unity, Wo cum hi tun. tnitt ui'-iii .f u few intn u f I'M, No piilu, Nu Uant r. 4Nu hicuu Vi'iii'Mtcn, lllHO( I I K ll (I (1lstnHHl!i Pnfl. 'Ill Imi, ret i til i Ini; ex pert Hi (etllloll, lr:ivlht off the f!M i.nlv leiup 'if. irv. If Vnll file HuffeT'T ff'ttn !l-tlrni-f 111 yon V.'lll 1u Wi ll t" Int-i- .- L-'.t" otir .MIThnlt it' 'I l 'I Ml-. .ST ltlfll ('lire lIUiiMJinli'lif ed tit 111 tt'. ir: I n m I 1(1 I'TMtK (Ml KM ) - Ptsri'Kar l ef Hup'" ll H '' -t Ml.l tl V II VPS. A -i It.- lit is 1 1 ii I ii. r:i ns( i In- mieeiinf f.r ceiu lilim, lifl in if or sicppiix a .piliUy, liinr c:iuse ilest enf ef (ho In tisiine, i i-ultli)tf In St I ;ieL''ll;it leu flint requiring on epenitjm. Weenie umiiy en hi" I ii "ne 1 1 cut me nt . o Inenn vi'iileiuft. Nj rt4tentl(iii from lmslne, A Sure Cure For A Small Fee yJ"SA'ffcCX A...,'fl f'r v A :i f l ll n.,iii Spm ItAllRtl. M Yran Aillio I'mctlea 'ttul rrs HbO. Our IMplonmn, C'TttflrnM nmi ItcfcUtirtilenti, to ! (effH in our ufili'M, priet tIB to th lliOfit iptrt ttiiJ lft guMilfld hp eUlilH In 11 rhn. Don't Give Up A Visit Will Tell Ye nl -ii rnri l-T ttt iM'nt nnd het met limlH ItliMtfl I'olsna, (Lm lii-rHnn, ivIiriiinnltMtli, rtlrrlf No Mild "I hrettt TriniliU'tt, I pitrnH.v, Nrntio ntN-Mtm, wHtHiirfc. I alar gcd rrental', t Mriirtfonw trlrlnrr-l, Klrtnry, lUhdilrf Mfi'1 I rtfiwrv lisitNe, hikI Mil of Mm nixl onirn. lovl I TVII'IS, y!VHF AM If on l of tiiwu, writ. INTERNATIONAL SPECIALISTS lr. Kr ti lierM A f . tjceri'l T jo-'f, HftMiri.rtt UlneU. OnrriPr l.'iH .wl file I M"Ki Aw, , 1'HHO, Xft, I j;ir:iiii ii 1 11' Me a A v. Hei.rM. M hi. in fn 1 p. itiM H in 1 p. nu (sitPthi.i -fc, ID ft, m. lo 1 p, m. 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