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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
BOOBS ABR0AD.-By Golberg YOU HAVE TO GET A LITTLE QUEER WHEN YOU GET HOME SO PEOPLE WILL KNOW YOU HAVE BEEN AWAY. BOSTON GETS AN EMLY LEAD Hi DEFEATS GIANTS IRE BIG Ei -IN PITCHERS' DUEL CAR ajhl TKe Me TO "RAFALfAP (SQUARE Two Hits With a Base on Balls and an Error Gives Washing ton Two Runs and the Game in the Seventh. Purdue Holds the Champions Safe and Not a Man Gets as Far as Third Base Until the Eighth Inning. TVTTDXKSDAY, STTTTITMnTTR , 10 13. SENATORS CIRRI s (T IS) Ji & PHILADELPHIA, Sept. Wash Inrlon won a .pitchers' battle Kftv.ofn Engle and Hhawky from Philad 1 phia Tuesday !y 2 to 1. T.vo of Wash ington four Singles wero bunched ly Morgan and Henry with pass io Foster and an error In the seventh in n'm: and gavo the visitors cnou;;n n.i' to land the victory. Ffiglc was wtij in the early iu n.rsA, one of h.s. passes starting th. scoring of the only run credited to Philadelphia. vt-ndi! m-'b? a w n dtrfui leaping cno hand catch of BaK'.T's bat wUf. two bas-s ocvupicl and two out in the third inning. Wash i im ton ...000 000 200 2 4 1 Philadelphia ..001 0 )0 000; Z Engle and Henry; Shawkey and Be hang. ' Umpire :'T?iif n and 1 Ivans. GOOD BASE RUNNING WINNER FOR BOSTON A. Double Steal Is Big Help in Down ing the Yankees by a pour to Two Score. JOSTON Sept. .Speedy running was a great factor in base Bos- ton's win from the New York Amer icans by a 2 to 1 score. A double steal fravo the home team one run and the three others were scored from second ba-so following singles. The visitors had numerous chances to core, but they were not so fleet of foot as the world's champions, nine of the visitors being left on the bags. New York ....010 0-01 000 2 ! 0 Boston 2 01' 00 0 00 4 10 . McIIale and Sweeney; Hedient and Thomas. Umpires Egan and Con nolly. ONLY TWELVE MEN TO TAKE PART IN SHOOT Scrg. Micliacl I'cniiessy, "Who Was Shot Monday While Acting a.s Scorer, is Dead. CAMP PERRY, O., Sept. Tho shooters who shot to the best advant age on Monday and Tuesday in the try out for the Pan-American team have been eliminated to twelve by the executive committee of the Na tional Rifle association of America. The twelve selected for the try cut, are: Sergeant Sehoefield, of Massa chusetts; Lieut. Denny, U. S. Naval; Corporal Snow, U .S. Marine corps; Sergeant Clark, marine corps; Ser geant chriver. mafine corps; Private-Grace, California; Lieut. Blent, Texas; Capt. Wise, Massachusetts: Lieut. Osborne- d. S. navy; C. C. Grossman, California; J. W. Hessian, National Rifle association, and Ser geant Keough, Massachusetts. Theodore Rrentine of the German Riflo association, arrive 1 from Gj many Tuesday, to represent the Ger man association at the general assem bly which will be held here after the Internationa! shoot has ended. Ho presented to the National Rifle asso ciation two beautiful gold cups from tho German Shooting association. Corporal Michael Fernessy, com pany M, Third U. S. Infantry, acci dentally shot Monday, while acting as scorer, died Tuesday evening. He has a. brother in Atlantic City, N. J. SAINTS 0UTHIT LEADERS BUT LOSE THREE TO TWO Hcigcr Allows Only live Hits Hut All of Them Figure in the Scoring. MILWAUKEE. Sept. ::. Milwaukee Tuesday won the opening game of tho Fer'ies with St. Paul. :: to 2. Rie ger allowed only five hits but all of them figured in the scoring. Junes' single and Felch's triple gave the leaders their first run and they scored another on Gilbert's triple and I-wis' pacrilb'e H in the fotirth. Singles by Rraun anil Gilbert and o'Rourko's er ror scored the winning run in the ffth. Milwaukee . ..oil Op) 00 ?. r 2 St. Paul "2 P00 000 2 10 I Powell and Rraun and Hughes; Ric her and Jam s. Miller. Umpires Chill-and Irwin. AMERICAN BOAT WINNER MARBLEHUAD, Mass.. Sept. 3. Tho American boat Rib n won the sec ond of the series of international Sn kder .boat races with Germany Tues day. The Spring and Gitna, Ameri can. (inihed second and third, re spectively, with the German Wittels fcach in fourth place, and the remain ing German contestant. Serum, in tilth place. The Angela IV. withdrew. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS rt I t ii rvr? ,1 -.A " J D)J t,i rOL MHe :Yoo ' 6er hog ,b Rum qjer MUCK SOXGAPTUHETWO Scott in the First Comes Back Strong, While Benz Holds the Naps All the Way in the Sec ond Game. CLEVELAND, Sept. ?. Chicago heat Cleveland in both games of a double-header here Tuesday. This effectually put an end to Cleveland's winning streak vn ch had lasted through eight straight games. cott. who was knocked out in the first in ning of Monday's afternoon game, came back in the first game and pitched great ball, holding the Cleve land batters praciicady powerless. In the second contest I Handing who started for Cleveland, was knocked out of the box in the third inning, Cullop and Kahler, who followed him, did little better. Cullop v. as hunched in the seventh ii.nlag to allow Olscn to bat for him. IM rs t eanici Cincinnati ..'..000 000 001 1 7 0 Chicago 000 00 J 030 1 'J 0 Steen. Cullop, Kdhlcr and O'Neill; Scott and Kuhn. Umpires Ililde hrand and O'Louhlin. Second game: Cleveland 010 000 02 ) S 3 Chicago 0:'.2 Oil 20 I) It 2 Hlanding. Cullop, Kahler and Car isch; Iienz and Schalk. Umpires O'Loughlin and Hildebrand. UMPIRE BRENNAN IS ACCUSED OF ASSAULT PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 3. A war rant charging William Brennan, tho National league umpire, with assault and battery and inciting to riot, was issued here Tuesday on the complaint of Henry F. Itussell, superintendent of the Art club of Philadelphia, who claims that he was injured by the um pire during the disorder which fol lowed tho forfeiture, to New York of tho gam;' at tho local National hague park last Saturday. Mr. Russell charges that Rrennan in his efforts to uet out of the park, pummeled him and knocked him to the ground where he was trampled by tho crowd. WAYNES HAVE AN EASY TIME WITH THE TOTS Hit the Ball in Bunches and arc Winners by a Score of EUht to The. FORT WAYNE. Sept. 3. Fort Wayne won a listles- game from Terre Haute Tuesday by a score of S to 5, by bunching hits with the visi tor's errors. Tumen drove one against the light field fence in the first in ning and the hit went as a home run when the ball struck back of a sin. Terre Haute ..00 0 002 2 01 5 9 4 Fort Wayne ..200 500 10 S 11 6 Cantwell and Hargrove; Young and Wager. Umpire Groeschow. 1 You cvot bvrr iT exjos be CoMTOUt OP ' TH Pcam't Lose rvte LEAGUE STANDINGS XATIOXAL I j HAG UK. W. L. New York 8 5 ::y Philadelphia 75 4r, Chicago 70 5G Pittsburgh 0 6 57 Boston 5:; GS Brooklyn 52 61) Cincinnati 53 7S St. Louis 45 $2 AMKKICAX LICAGUK. Philadelphia . ....'.So 12 Cleveland 77 51 Washington 70 5 4 Chicago 67 63 Boston 62 61 Detroit 56 71 St. Louis 4S s:; New York 4 2 SO AMERICAN ASSOCI AT I ON. Mihvaukeo S3 55 Minneapolis . 7'J 50 Louisville . 77 fil Columbus 7'J 62 Kansas City 5i) 70 St. Paul 62 74 Toledo 60 78 Indianapolis 53 83 ckn'i JtAL li:agui:. Grand Rapids SS 4 7 Ft. Wayne 74 61 Springfield 65 69 Dayton 61 7 4 Terre Haute 60 7 4 Evansvillo 56 70 Pet. .66 .610 . oS o . 5 3 i .43S .4 30 .405 " r ' .654 .601 .565 .515 .504 .441 . 3 6 4 .344 .601 .572 . 5 5 S .560 .45S .456 .435 .39 0 652 5 4S 485 452 4 48 315 iti:suirs yesterday. National League. Chicago, 5-6: St. Louis. 3-1. Pittsburgh, 5; Cincinnati, 2. Boston, 5; New York, 2. Philadelphia, 3; Brooklyn, 2. American league. Chicago, 3-9; Cleveland, 1-3. Washington, 2; Philadelphia, 1. Boston, 4; New York, 3. American Asociation. Columbus, 4; Indianapolis, 3. Louisville. 9; Toledo, 3. Milwaukee, 3; St. Paul, 2. Minneapolis-Kansas City Rain. Central Iveague. Fort Wayne, 6; Terre Haute, Kvansville, 11; Dayton, 4. Springfield," 3; Grand Rapids, o. ;amks today. National League. Boston at New York. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. American league. New York at Boston. Central league. Kvansville at Dayton. Springfield at Grand Rapids. Terre Haute at Fort Wayne. American Association. St. Paul at Milwaukee. Toledo at Louisville. Indianapolis at Columbus. Kansas City at Minneapolis. Federal League. Pittsburgh. 4-3; Cleveland. 6-7. Kansas City, 10; Indianapolis, 9. Chicago, 4; St. Louis, S. WANT GAMIN. The Peters team, averaging 15 years, would like to hear from teams in Mishawaka and South Bend. This team claims to be the best for its age. For games call James Parage, Homo phone 1255. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS 8 . r 'v-i r r,rf -II- 1 f S ) ilflil t M 0iu m w SALE Now tin' 45 Si o mut ri o : j v fT j i i i -v i i r cvcci v.- . . . . low uAfOT UeXLlI THAT - LATx AM TcasITT V V . i. f'l I 1 hi. .11- 1 AR- STROM G AtiStic wrrHour a DR PARE FOR THE i Elks Are Planning For Another Big Season, While Other Leagues Will be in the Run ning Again This Winter. Much activity has been shown in local bow ling circles in the past few days, not by the pin men themselves but the executive end of the game. Ewry indication points to one of the greatest seasons in local history as a great deal of enthusiasm is shown in every club in the city where the sport is fostered. All arrangements for the beginning of the season are not yet completed with the exception of the Studebaker club, where everything is in readi ness for the boys to attack the pins next Monday. By reason of adding another alley to its spacious quarters the, sport should thrive even more than in the past although this club has conducted one of the most suc cessful bowling institutions in the city during the past few years. Elks Hae Fine Prospects. Recognized as the leading bowling fraternity in the city the Elks are planning for another big season at the Elks' temple. A new cortunittee is in charge of affairs and they have been toiling faithfully of late to whip things into shape in order to open their season on September 9. Be cause of the unusual interest shown in the sport this fall it may become necessary to increase the number of clubs comprising the Elks and Ant lers leagues, which were composed of ten clubs each during the past few years. At the C. A. club much activity has been shown by the bowling committee although no definite plans have been announced for the season as yet. The C. A. club was responsible for an elimination tournament last year and this year another plan of contest is under consideration and the commit tee in charge hope to announce their plans within a few days. It is hoped to open the alleys within a week. Waltherr league Is Active. The Waltherr league, with head quarters at the Lutheran school are looking forward to a great season. This organization is the latest to en ter the local bowling field and while they obtained a late start they carried their schedule well along into the summer with an exciting fir.:sh in its league race. By reason of its suc cessful season interest in the game runs high and at present the men in charge fear they cannot accommo date all the players with places on their respective teams. No definite plans have as yet been formulated at the Indiana club. This organization contributes considerable to the alley game and have exciting times in the play. No fear of the sport lying dormant need be anticipat ed and when the season gets under full sway the Indiana club will be found with as many bowlers and oth ers on the drives as they can ac commodate. ROWAN IS NO PUZZLE FOR THE EVA BATTERS Dayton Tw trier is Easy and the Vets Arc Downed by a Score of Eleven to Four. DAYTON, SVpt. 3. Evansville hit Rowan harn" and timely Tuesday and won from Dayton by a score of 11 to 4. Rowan was given weird support, Dayton players making seven errors behind him. Evansville . ..103 020 03211 11 2 Dayton 000 010 012 4 7 7 Fittery and Stratton; Rowan and Armstrong. Umpires Ross and Thomas. TRAVELERS HAVE A GAME Drummers Well Meet the Electric Co. Team Saturday. The United Commercial Travelers of America baseball team will meet the Indiana and Michigan Electric Co. nine at the Springbrook diamonds Saturday, Sept. 6. A fast and interest ing game is expected as both teams have been playing some very good ball the past season. The U. C. T. will meet the Standard Oil team on the 14th. - v Bil l SEASON S V " S Av LUMP " tSK T Too usr-i i ,i ,v-r AMXCM- - it i; FORFEITED GAME GOMS TO PHILADELPHIA TEAM NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Revers ing the decision of Umpire Bren nan, Pres. Thomas J. Lynch of the National league, announced Tues day afternoon that the game of Saturday, Aug. 30. between the New York and Philadelphia clubs will count is a victory lor the Philadelphia tam. Umpire Brennan awarded the content to the Giants by a 9 to 0 score when the Philadelphia man agement was unable to clear a sec tion of the bleachers back of cen ter field, claiming :hat the moving spectators were a handicap to the New York batters. The decision nearly precipitated a riot and the members of the New York club were afforded po lice protection on their way to the railroad station. SIX HEATS FAIL TO DECIDE II The 2:09 Trot at Hartford Brings Out Some Classy Sport and Deciding Heat Will be Run Today. HARTFORD. Conn.. Sept. 2. The second day's racing at Charter Oak park by the grand circuit horses was featured by the excellent performance of Frank Bogastt, jr.. and a hard fought race in tho 2:09 trot, which had to go unfinished after six heats. Murphy put Frank Bogish, jr., through in the Nutmeg stake after the gelding dropped the first heat to Leata J., it being a tight all the way between the mare and the gelding. The 2:09 trot produced a new 2:10 trotter in James W., who captured the first heat, and also was marked by redu cing the record of Ruth McGregor to 2:07 1-2, furnishing the best of the day's excitement. Holyrood Ben was an easy winner in the juvenile. James W. surprised the onlookers when he turned in a winner of the first heat of the 2:09 trot and placed himself among the season's list of 2:10 trotters, but after that he showed little until the sixth heat. Murphy found that Ruth McGregor had a bit the best of the field in the second and third heats, coming through at will in the stretch and looked like a sure winner, but a break at the start of tho fourth heat left the chestnut mare out of it and Fan Patch finished first. Snow's black mare repeated her vic tory in the fifth heat but in the sixth Cox again surprised the stands by taking issue with Ruth McGregor and he captured the heat and forced the race to go over until Tuesday to be finished. Bonnie Setsor made the ?oing in both heats of the juvenile 2:30 trot for two-year-olds, only to be caught and passed in the stretch by Holyrood Ben. Dodge having no difficulty in piloting home the stallion. DOUBLE PLAYS GIVE GAME TO SPRINGFIELD (rand Rapids i, Robbed of Chances to Score by as Many Double Killings. GRAND RAPIDS', Sept. 3. Spring field Tuesday eracted six double plays, terminating that number of innings for Grand Rapids and won 3 to 2. Nea! Leiffers. a young semi-pro from Coop ersville, Mich., was tried out by the locals and pitched a good game. Grand Rapids .002 0"0 000 2 7 1 Springfield . ..001 H"l 000 3 S 2 Leiffers and Lake; Nori.on Withrow. Umpire Geisel. ant: Saft Laxative for Womon Nearly every woman need. a laxative. Dr. King's New Life good Pills are gOOO. because they are prompt, safe, and do not cause "pain. Mrs. M. C. Dunlan of Leadill. Tenn., si.ys: "Dr.! King's New Lif Pills helped her troubles greatly." Get a ton to-day. Price. 25c. Recommended by All Dm tr-vrrt v 8rav-fern ggists. Advt. Too If AT-TT VbUVJe bGxTM TO LOMDoaJ CARDS GI'T HIT THE CUB PITCHERS Moore and Lavender Pitch Fair Ball in the First While Jim Vaughan Holds Them to Three Hits in Second. .T. LOUIS. Sept. 3. Chicago's pitchers were best in the pinches Tuesday and St. Louis lost two list less games to the visitors, 5 to 3 and 6 to 1. It was the second double header in two days. The tie game of Monday will be played off Wednesday. In the opening game Perritt was steady until the fifth inning, when Chicago forged ahead. Jim Vaughn, recently secured from Kansas City by the Chicago club, was too much for the home team in the second game. Vaughn did not allow a hit until the sixth inning and fanned eight batsmen. Chicago 000 022 001 5 9 0 St. Louis 010 002 0003 7 2 Moore, Lavender and Archer; Per ritt and Wingo. Umpires Byron and Quigley. Second game: Chicago 00 3 000 0 03 S 10 2 St. Louis 000 000 OOd 1 3 0 Vaughn and Bresnahan; Griner and Hildebrand. Umpires Rigler and Quigley. HARD HITTING WINS ONE FOR LOUISVILLE Toledo is Downed Nine to Three When They Fail to Hit the Visit ing Pitchers. LOUISVILLE, Sept. 3. Louisville defeated Toledo Tuesday 9 to 3 in the first game of the series here. Dis kette was batted hard but Benn. who relieved him. proved effective, as did Woodburn and R. demons for Louis ville. The locals played brilliantly In the field while the visitors performed poorlv. Toledo 000 1 10 10 3 7 2 Louisville 030 410 10 9 12 0 Baskette. Benn. Young and Devogt; Woodburn. Clemons and S'everoid. Umpires Westervelt and Handiboe. ARMY-NAVY NEAR BREAK IN SCHEDUDE FIGHT WASHINGTON. Sept. 2. Navy of ficials today threatened to break off entirely relations with the army un less the army footballers agree- to meet the navy Nov. 29th. Despite strong, pressure brought to bear on the army athletic board by big otl'n-ials of the service schools here, the army is reluctant to cancel its game scheduled with the Car lisle team for Nov. 29th and accord the date to the navy. The navy wanted the game played in Philadel phia as usual. CONVICTED OF TRYING TO BLACKMAJLJOTHSCHILD LXIHX, Sej t. 3. A man know as Heinrich Kremers Kuthen was tried in Old Bailey court today on tho charge of trvinii to blackmail Ixrd Rothschild, of the famous banking family and one ot the richest men in the world. Kuthen was found jruilty; and sentenced to 1 f months imprison ment. When his sentence is up. the home nfhVe said. h will be deported. Lord Rothsehild was not in court. A, detective appeared as the chief prose cuting witness. The details were not known and th. warrant accused Kuthen of "ihepally demanding" money. GERMANY AND JAPAN DRAWN CLOSER TOGETHER BERLIN. Sept. 3. Evidence of closer relations letwern Germany and Japan in the future came today with the appointment of under secretar.v of state for foreign affairs Zimmerman l oe merman anioaaoior 10 japan, j The German minister at Buenos Ayres will be recalled to the fureign depart- ment to take Herr Zimmerman's place. Herr Zimmerman stands high in the government and his position is ex pected to be a confidential one. NhW YOKK. Sept. Rcctcn won the third game of the erics witli N-w York. ttie seorv l.rini; ;, tu 2. Puriluy Kept th- champion' hits well scat tered ar.il was seldom in truM. Not a N w York play-r reached third bato until the htli. The visitors knocker loth T-srcau and rroinnit- out of the box in the early innir.es. but Crandall was ef fectie. Boston scored two runs in the first inning, when !arrinville walked and scored on 'nno!iy's don!de. Sveeney walked and Murrav muffed Griffith's fly. filling the bases'. Gonnolly scored on Zinn's ut. In the second inning Harideii walked and was forced by Turdue. Maranville sir.gled and scored with Purdue on Ctnnolly'a triple. Connolly then scored on. Sweeney's sacrifice fly. lioston 20 Ono 0005 6 2 New York ....0 00 000 Oil 2 S 1 Purdue and liariden; Tetxeau, Fromme. Crandall and Wilson. Um pires O'Day and Kmslie. RECRUIT WINS FIRST GAME FOR PIRATES Hill IiUhrMii, Iate of the Southern Ixague, Holds the Itcds to Seven Hits. PITTSBURGH, Sept. 3. Bill Luhr fon. a recruit from Albany, Ga.. held Cincinnati to sewn hits Tuesday aft ernoon and Pittsburgh won o to 2. Slow work in Cincinnati's infield be hind Ames helped Pittsburgh to threo runs in the fifth innln. hits, by Do lan, Carey and Simon doing the work. Pittsburgh's first run came in tho fourth when Wagner singled, wont to second on a short passed ball and scored on a wild pitch. Their fifth was made on Miller's home run in tho sixth. Luhrsen started out badly. Ho walked the first two men to face him. struck out the next two and allowed the next two to hit safely. But aft r the first inning he settled down and pitched a ood game. Cincinnati 2i0 000 O00 2 7 I Pittsburgh ....0.0 0 131 00 5 8 1 Ames and Kling; Luhrsen and Si mon. Umpires Klem and Orth. PHILLIES TAKE THREE STRAIGHT AT BROOKLYN Rucker Fails to Hold His Opponents While Rixey is Too Much Ir I)olgcrs. BROOKLYN. Sept. 3. Philadelphia made it three straight from Brooklyn Tuesday with another 3 to 2 score. The visitors took the lead in tho fourth when Paskert doubled and came home on M aged's single. The locals scored twice in the fourth when Daubert and Smith singled and scored on Killifer's wild throw and Fisher's sacrifice fly. The Phillies went to ch-- front for good in the fifth, when with two cut Killifer singled. Rixey tripled and Fisher threw wild to third in relay. Philadelphia ,.M0 120 000 3 11 t Brooklvn 000 200 0002 S 1 Rixev and Killifer; Rucker. Ragan and McCarthy. Umpires Brennan and Eason. KING COLE ROBBED OF SHUTOUT GAME Columbus is Winner When Pitcher Send- Two Rims Over When Re Breaks Ills Rat. COLUMBUS. Sept. 3. Errors kpt Pitcher Cole from scoring a shut out victory over Indianapolis Tuesday, three mistakes in the sixth inning along ivith three singles ffivin tho. visitors three runs. Cole droo in th.- last two of the Columbus runs In tb fourth. His bat broke waen he hit the ball, which dropped into shore right center, then it bounds! between Krug and Flynn for a two-badger, tn abling Benson and Gerber to score. Columbus ....2.0 20 A no 4 j Indianapolis . .nr.O or,:: OfJ 1 ., 1 Cole and Smith: Willis. Harrington and 'otter. Umpires Johnstons and O'Brien. TENEMENTS COLLAPSE; TWENTY-FIVE KILLED DUBLIN. Sept. 2. Th death toll in the collapse of two antiquated trn ment houses in Church st. bxst nlrht. when 13 families were buried, will probably exceed Up to no-.ii u bodies had ben re c ,vf.r,.,i. of the 3'. rescued 10 wer said to be fatally hurt. Thrro wer- pitiful seenes during the disaster. When workmen dug through tho wreckage the faint cries c-Z tho-i pinn.-d beneath the debris could b heard. The ruins fill the .r. rt. Don't iro ahead with a crouch. Yo-i make vourself d is.i reea b !e to everv l.idv. Your rn'-ntal attitude is douM le due to s'm.e phy-'.c.il ailment. G t a package of HoIlist-rs lb ky Moun tain Te t. S-e h w quic kly thnt wi'l ,:in!vh vour troubles ari l enar.;e yo-j to see the "bri-'htrr side. Prucr Store. O'T.'.ev Advt WOMAN RELIEVES PRINCE OF JEWELRY AND S500 ROME. Sep:. ?.. Th F'-nsaMona theft of a pric. -ss and hltor:' pie f.t jewelry from a Russian n.bV-man was reported to the police tday. Prince urio of St. Petersburg told the police th.-: while traveling from Vienna t- 'rA- he f!I in with a young woman f -ring manr.f-i and invite, 1 her to drink with him. The prir.ee v; drucge and when Im -ovrred be found he hail been roh4 be,! of a ring ard a $' y watch. Th ring had b :!-! ! v P ter th Great of Uuvi-i t ori. of the prince'i ar.c- stors. Although iesrij'tlon rt the y..ng wi-tii i.u was furnish-d th? detectives could ir t re c i -c "f hei w hereabouts. Mv aro fro::i her t! one hear; m 0 rr She arose with a:i achin How well I'd beer, she i-aid to me. If I'd taken HoIlUier's R. ky Moun taia Tea, Cuor.ley Drue' Store. Advt I