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WtDXlUAY, OtTOtllK J. 1913 itionai Snorts BOSTON SHOVES TO CELLA Ni:W YojiK. (Kt. 1. r.oMori turned the taMes on New York Tuc-a-(?ay ana duplicated the home team's performance f Monday ly winning both games of a double header. The first Rame was decided 0 to 2 and the second Z to 0. In the oponer Leonard held New York to seven scattered hits. An er ror was responsible for one or the two homo runs. lioston hit Ford hard, bunching hits in three different Innings for a run e.ich tinv. The frame was featured by snappy field ing, including three double plays. In the second game Mosely held the team to two singles, one In the first Inning and one in the eighth. Hartzell, who walked and stole in the first Inning, was the only New York player to he passed and only three reached first during the game. The visitors continued their hard hit ting but McIIale did effective work In the pinches arid kept the score down. A running barehanded catch off "Maisel by Hooper in deep center field v.-as the fielding feature. The game t.-as called at the end of the eighth inning on account of darkness. Host on 100 001 100 :. 12 1 New York ....00.) 100 010 2 7 1 Ivoonard and Cady; Ford, .chulz nd Sweeney. Reynolds. Umpires Kvans and Ugan. Second game: Boston 002 000 10 ?. 11 0 New York "00 000 00 0 2 3 Mosely and Thomas; McIIale and Reynolds. Umpires: Egan and Ev ans. The high school football team will play the alumni Saturday afternoon at Springhrook park. Arrangements were completed Tuesday afternoon for the game, which has been an annual jiffair for a number of years. The gratis" will have many of the fam ous stars who have worn tan and blue tiKH In former years and a stiff game is looked for. The complete lineup will be as fol lows: Harry Huechner. tenter; Frank Dolph. '"Pdll" Wagner, guards; !on Kale. Itay Littleton, tackles; Clark Carson. Don Rrownlee, ends; Vic Paxson. Otis Romine, Ken Herkey, Fdward Nugent and Frank Sullivan In the hack field. Capt. Rowe will send his strongest lineup against the "old bo.vs" as the Kame is always one of the hardest fought of the year. The schedule for the tan and blue is nearly complete and Coach Metzler lias some strong teams carded for the leven. St. Joseph, Mich., will be played here on Oct. 11 and the next week the team goes to St. Joe for a return game. On the 2Zt J,aJrange Is scheduled to meet the locals while 3-IgonIer is booked for Nov. 1. War saw will be met on the eighth and then comes two weeks of rest in prep aration for Elkhart on the 22nd. This should be the hardest game of the year as the two teams fought to ii nothing to nothing tie last year. And each has lost about the same Jiumber of men by graduation. An oponent for Thanksgiving day lias not yet been picked. Three or four teams are anxious to hook con tests and one of these will be chosen, with the position of favorite falling to Hammond. Morocco, who puts forth some very good teams has also written for a game but Coach Metzler would sooner book a game with some team nearer home. Although thero is a bare possibility that the downstato team will, be accommodated on the schedule. Winona academy is desir ous of meeting: the locals but it is doubtful if they will be played. SENATOR RECRUIT IS TOO MUCH FOR LEADERS WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. Ayrcs. a trcruit pitcher from Richmond. Va went through his first full major league game Tuesday against the thletics and shut them out, Z to 0. The young star pitched a fine game, striking out 11 ami .living no bases m balls. On the other hand Hoard man was wilil and the support behind him was weak. The champions played second one of ga me. ill the strimr men again today, 'only the regulars Ketting into the Strunk. who replaced Hrickley heventh, made tin only clean hit ii a ins. i Ay res. Peffrr. one of Philadelphia's young infielders. was hit hy a thrown ball K-fore the game started and had to be- carried off the liehl. His condi tion is rot serious. Philadelphia ..00 bo ooo 0 4 r, Washington . .000 111 u 3 7 2 Boardman and Giebel; Ayres and Henry. Umpires Connolly and Di- ju en. MILWAUKEE FANS ARE BUGS OVER PENNANT MILWAFKKF. Oct. 1. Milwau kee still is baseball mad despite the J act that tht "American Association reason closed Monday. Several thou iul "fans" crowded the union sta tion her Tuesday and with brass ' amis and other md.se-producinc in Mruments welcomed home th Mil waukee team, winners of tho a soeia tion pennant and incidentally the J rst pennant ever won by a Milwau kee team. The players were escorted to auto mobiles which b" d a parade about the i! i w n t o w n districts. COLONELS BEAT PIRATES AFTER TEN INNINGS T.oriSVILLF. Oct. 1. The Pitts ! urgh Nationals were defeated by the I.o jisvUle American association team by six to five In a ten inning game hre Tuesday afternoon. The Pirates had a lead of three runs up to the I'.Khth Inning when the locals fell upon the delivery of Hendrlx. who had relieved Adams in the sixth, anil scored five runs off two singles, a dojfci., a triple, a base on halls and an i rror. The Pirate tied the score in the ninth, but F.llis held them scoreless n the teth. v. hile Iou!s illr obtained the winning run off a pass by Cooper, iEjle and an error. Leftlielder Add OLD GRADS MEET HIGH OM SATURDAY Stansbury for Louisville made three singles and a double in four times up. Pittsburgh ..101 H'O 002 0 f. 0 2 Louisville . ..0 ftOO 0 50 1 6 14 4 Adnrns. Hendrix. Cooper and (lib son; Kllis and V. Clemens. Umpire? Knapp and Kflley. WILL BE THEIR HONEYMOON CHICAGO. . n-t. 1. A tour of the world with the Chicago Americans and th New York Nationals will be the honeymoon of Louie J. Comiskey, son of the own'T of the local club, and Miss Grace Iteidy. who were mar ried here Monday night. The couple will Join the baseball aggregation at Portland, Ore., in November. INDIANA FANS WILL GO TO CHICAGO GAME With Wliitakcr a Pilot and Dunbar as CoaIi South Bend Will Be Well Koprocntcd. A number of South Bend footbal fans and former Indiana university students will go to Chicago Satur day to see the Hloomington clash with Chicago university. team .oei uunbar, all-American center on the Yale team of 'OR, left this citv Tuesday for Ploomington to assist in coaching the squad. Dunbar worked with the line men for two hourn Tues day afternoon and will probably re main with the team the rest of the season. Frank Whitaker, former South Bend high school star, will probably play quarterback in the meeting Sat urday. His injured knee is improv ing and Coach Sheldon, who believes Whitaker to be a -second Fckeisall, is hopeful that he will be able to play by that time. Among the local rooters that will go to the game Saturday will be "Horace "Red" Fox, formerly yell master at Indiana. TAKi: 30 ROOTERS. HLOOMINGTON, Ind.. Oct. 1. Indiana university's football squad will be accompanied by :J00 enthusi astic rooters when It goes to Chicago next Friday morning for the game in the stadium there Saturday with Chi cago university. Tho students, the players and the coaches are keyed up to the highest pitch over the pros pects of the eleven, which it is said is the best Indiana has had in years. Head Coach James Sheldon says he expects a hard fought contest with chances for a cream and crimson vic tory, and he is more than anxious to win as he formerly worked under Coach Stagg of Chicago. Forty men comprise the Indiana squad this year. It Is the largest number that has ever reported for practice on Jordan field. STAGG IS CONFIDHXT. CHICAGO, Oct. I. The Univer sity of Chicago football team lined up against the freshmen Tuesday for the first time this season and the regulars scored I'.l to 0 against the voungsters. taeg was pleased over the showing made by the varsity line. ON THE GRIDIRON pi;xnsy. Pennsylvania needs more practice, as Gettysburg put up a weaker strug gle than had been anticipated. Le high is putting in some hurd licks for the forthcoming tame with the Car lisle Indians. HARVARD. The Harvard back field has been strengthened by the addition of Hard wijk, who for a time was in bad with the faculty. He passed the uecej?3ary examinations and is again iu the line-up. jRixctrrox. Riffht Halfback Glick of the Tiger is showinit great promise. The re conslructioned Tiger team shows su periority over the old squad. ARMY-VAYY. Twelve thousand tickets for the Army-Navy game in New York will be put at the disposal of the Navy Athletic association and each mem ber will have the privilege, of buying four tickets for the general sale commences on Nov. 14, YALK. Aver.v, who has been playing left end for Yale, has been dropped from the first squad. Ray Bigelow and Guy Hutchinson have been added to the Blue coaching staff. SAM LANGF0RD TO FIGHT JACK JOHNSON IN PARIS NEW YORK. Oct. 1. Sam Eang ford. the Boston "tar baly," posi tively will meet Jack Johnson, heavy weight champion of the world. In a no-round tight in Paris, next Oeeem ber, according to Joe Woodman, l-ancrford's manager. "Johnson agreed to our terms be cause he considered Langford a bet ter man than Jeanette." said Wood man, "and we will prove it when liangford meets Jeanette here on Friday night." LETTERS OF TOLSTOI PUBLISHED B-Y WIFE Tend to show Thai He Wrote Coun tis Kvcry Time The) Were Separated. LONDON. Oct. 1. The family life of the late Count Tolstoi has been further revealed in the publication by Countess Tolstoi of 5 6 r of her hus band's letters to her. The Times' St. Fetershurgh correspondent reports that the letters "seem to establish be yond question that Tol-toi retnined his tender nffeetion for h!s wife to the end of his days." The letters bgin wit.i his proposal of marriage and cover the period of h's engagement and the lone years of wedded life. The husband and wife were rarely apart, but Tolstoi seem to have writ ten, however, small the? separation. For instance he 5ent noun to his wife from his beehives, a mile from the house. RECEIVER IS APPOINTED LAWKKNCnTUrRG. Ind.. Oct. 1. I'pon application of Stephen II. Wilder of Cincinnati, a director. Jo seph C. Small was appointed receiver j j ior uit: iiu m ncri v-w. m -uiwit here Tuesday. The assets of the com- ; pany are placed at $160,000. but the liabilities are not given. Iack of ready money and heavy losses during the j Hoods' last spring are assigned as the i cause for tho receivership. This is the work cf Aycr's Scrscparilla. Strength. Power. Kesene. Sold for 60 years. Ak Your Doctor. .T C Aer Co . bo-.IJ J.M. KDISOX TALKING PrCTURF.S. The exposition week's attraction at the Oliver opera house is Edison's talking pictures which began an en gagement Monday evening and will be shown dally afternoon and night dur ing tho -week. The program is a long and interest ing one, showing some of the best films and choicest records taken under the personal supervision of the fa mous inventor. The synchronism of pictures and sound Is almost perfect and the musical and vocal selections clear and distinct. The program opens with an illus trated lecture which Is followed by a selection called, "The .Musical Black- smith n farce rnmw v " p inr! phy's Horseshoe"; the quarrel , scene from "Julius Caesar"; a Scottish se lection; a vaudeville act, "The Worm urns": an address by the late Mayor Gaynor, one of the last public , speeches made by the mayor of New i York; Capanri, the Metropolitan op-i era singer, accompanied by the full j chorus in the Toreador scene from i "Carmen"; a Dutch comedy sketch ; and closing with the Fdison minstrels, orchestra and olio. The performance is a novelty and the invention, combining pictures and sound, is expected to eventually revo lutionize stage performances. at Tin: m.ji:stk The Majestic is entertaining big j crowds with the laughable production of "The Suffragette Girl". The entire strength of the Angel musical comedy company is utilized, and the songs, choruses and many comedy situations keep the audiences amused and enter tained every minute of the perform ance. The usual Majestic quality mo tion pictures are also shown. Tin: nimi:u iwtiiek. Miss Adair's acting as Eleanor Curzon. the misjudged wife, will bring tears to the eyes. Clara Horton. the "Eclair Kid," who takes the part of little Joe, v ill be a revelation to those who have not yet. seen her in boy parts. Mr. Truesdell, Mr. Frazer and Mr. Sheerer sustain their parts with their usual sincerity. Altogether this is a him which will make a wonder ful impression on its audience. At Surprise theater to-day with a good corned;. kubi:ltk PLAN'S Torn. Owing to plans that Kubclik has laid for prolonged visits to Kouth America, South Africa and the orient, it Is unlikely that the Bohemian vio linist will be heard in America again after this tour for many years to come. A question whieh artists frequently are asked is: Must musicians leel physically an well as mentally the emotions they seek to portray? Jan Kubelik is firmly of the opinion that they must. "It is especially true of the violin ist." says Kubelik. "No matter how perfect the technique, if the feeling does not go with every note, the mu le will remain cold. It will not move anyone. This is wnat maKes the recital such a difficult form of art. There are many artists, of course, who merelv pretend to feel, who act their emotion out without actually experiencing it. Hut they do not fool any except the cniietanu wno wisn to be fooled or pretend to be for the sake of fashion." Ills viewpoint is shown by his as sertion: "An artist is never complete. When he thinks he is there is some thing lacking. No matter how well we do, we must always strive to do better when we stop growing we begin to decay." Kubelik will appear at the Oliver on Oct. 6. "Till: FI-XIHSTS." One of the best comedies that lias been seen for a long while is the two part special feature Vitagraph that will be exhibited at the American theater today. The play is entitled j "The l eudists'. and Is chock lull or laughter front beginning to end. Two families get into a quarrel over chick ens and the seedlings they scratch up. A spite fence is built between their respective yards and a feud is started that keeps everyone at the highest pitch of excitement. The only mem- I l bers of the families that do not help on the warfare are the eldest son of the one family and the eldest daugh ter of the other. These two young people are hopelessly in love with one another and have many stolen kisses over the top of the fence. TUIFS TO KSCAPF. MOPNOSVILLK. W. Va.. Jerry Howard was shot in Tuesday afternoon by prison Oct. 1. the leg guards while attmptln to escape from an old church in which he had taken refuge. He was carried to the peni tentiary hospital by the guards. SOME NEWS MOTES. Pavies Tiundry. Ioth phones. -Leslie, the optician. .101 S. Mich. st. 1 Dr. Stoeeklev. dentist, 511 J. M. S. Walsh&Hest. Dentist. Km. K, J.M.S. j flubbcr stamps and alphabets made I by H. A. Pershing. 2T.rt S. Michigan! rl., roo;,i 6. over Hurke's. Advt. American Tlieaier South Head's Faiwu Pictu:e Houe wi:iLsnY Lillian Walker and John F.unny In a Two-Keel Corned v "THE FEUDISTS" Henry Walthall and Lillian ;Mi tit "During the Round-up" A Biograph Story of a Girl's Courage AUTO SERTICE. HIRAFi C. KRIEGHBAUM FUNEHAL DIRECTOR 303 . la!n St. Phone IIo ne Mm-. Hell eos. " rT "" " ' ' "T"" T- ""-," -rr ft - ' r- ' m..-m mrf rr-nmm mmm m STANDARD VAUDEVILLE OF QUALITY. THURSDAY, FRIDAP AND SATURDAY. THE TABLOID OPERATTA T(7 lie MUSIC THAT IS CATCHY. GIRLS THAT ARE GOOD LOOKING. A CAST THAT IS EXCEPTIONAL. HEAR THE BIG SONG HITS. JOIN THE "HEARTBREAKERS CLUB." Evenings 7:30 and 9:00. Matinees Daily at 2:30. PRICES 10c, 15c, 25c. Sunday New Vaudeville j n O. T. l LElXEU, M. 1).. Expert Doctor for .Atrn. OTer It Vrarn a Speiallt. ft fci n f.v v a'-'- r-.-; v-?. i,4 8. MV.- iji, vi Vt wV-ct'l ':;::.;; -' . '.,vi ' V.v, 111 -' T I - I Dr. Vlenr is the most capable, experienced anl reliable man's specialist In South liend. Thousands are keeUIng- hi accurate advice, advanced ireat nien( aiirt positive cure. Solenoe wins over disease and weakness. No need to suffer ami "doctor" tLo "old way." I)ont let loctor dra you along for months. Come and investigate ."or yourself tbe vronderful ndvaoces I hr.ve made and bow little It costs to get well. Every day I have been explaining to you tbe CA.r-'K of weakness and HOW I (TltE IT. My statements have bcea stralghtforwartl and to the point. M.iuy men have called, some advanec-d In yearg. who had givwi tip all hope of every regaining their lost vitality. After thorough Investigation nearly every man plared himself under iuv care. Todav van c.innot find luipoier or more grateful men. Tbev Improved FROM THE VEHY FIltST TKKATMKNT. .-t onlr- was thMr vital strength fully restored, but thev find the i.'UKE to be PERMANENT. A co.nmon statement was: I WOT'Lf) HAVE COMi: TO YOl' LUXO AGO IF I HAD KNOWN HOW LITTLE TL.il AND MONEY IT COST FOR A TT'RK." IF YOU need my help, don't hesitate. If I don't make you strong you den't need to pay one cent. NG0-Sa!varsaiT914" No man need deny himself m j the treatment, call. "914" Salvarsan Is today acknowlodped even by thoe who first doubtetj the jiermauency of the cure, "to be the greatest discovery of the ag. It has been In use over two years and the results obtained are not only permanent but miraculous. I use more of this remdy than all other specialists put to gether: therefore, my exierleiice is of greater value to the patient than that of any other specialist. In the very larjre number of caes In which I have used the remedy I have not had one slnjjle failure. Every symptom cf the disease from the erup tion to the running' sore, from the rash to the destruction of tissue nnd bone. ebecked within twelve hours after it! administration. There i no lonjjer the slightest doubt about the wonderful curative power of the remedy, and in the hands of an export specialist there I absolutely no danger of any kind from Its use. I introduce it directly Into the blood. 1 keen you ij my office from two to four hours no longer. Tht-n I make a Wjisserman test of your blood. The tet tells its own story. It tells you that you are free from th disease. It gives you a new license to live a good ana pure l.fe. It Is, indeed, n blessing1 to mankind. My equipmvnt for the proper administration of this erm.m renvMy Is the finest in Indiana and second to none in the Fulled States. I prefer to have th patient present while I am preparing the solution no be mny observe the tech nique I follow In the preparation of "914." It would be well for the patient to briDjr a friend or bin family plijhUlan if he no desire. 3 i it My method Is (lirert. positive, palnlesa. does not detain you from your occupation "i" home Mid I give you my word and absolute guarantee that it t-ffeoid a radical and permanent cure. W&bT i o o o el & My method is direct and absolute. It 5s piaiKless. does n )t keap you from your work. It re-estallLhes healthy circulation and restore: vior. I give iny word and guarantee to you that it reuli3 la radical and permanent euro. Bacterin Vaccine for Wen's Diseases rnOSTATE IMsease. IUaddr and Kidnev infections r d ItHFFMATISM at la.st give war to s'brit!fie treatment. FRf FFLSOR NFISSKRS RACTKRIN V AFC INK iic-mpl'!.es for these divises what the GRIiAT (1FRM4N RK2! I ; I Y doc for hhod poison. If you have longstsmllng. chronic, obstinate cas aud thin!: you are jr.'-urable coir.e to r.je .n: once and I will positively cure you or yuu evJ uot pay a cent. Ii y term to all. u I? Rupture, Stricture, Piles The? distresInc aud nerve-shattcrlnjr troubles can ba curr- o promptly that there Is n. i. To lt su-h ailt.ii?ut destroy your cmfort. make you nervous, weak and miserable. Mv methods app.-al t thos who insist on ti e bent. I never a ivertlse a i NKW IlSFOYFK until" it has proven make your wints known. No matter about Advice" Is cheerful'.y given Free of CLirge or Sundays, rJ a- m. to 1 p. m. UO CURE, Thl 1 aurHl you In a written cert I Acute ver my name and fal; and it 1) becnue mv well-tried. eflectUe methods cure nurh a larjre per rest of cae that I ani able to give this advantxge which other perialiftt do not offer. Free Consultation snd Examination find our rharie l.wer and tho tre.ntment iuicker and Inciter than elsewhere. NO CilAUtfK FOR ADVICi: Cuukulution anl eiamiaaF.ou frc. HBOOOr yoB SOUTH DT.ND. INP. Kntire I ront 1 loor Over Teck ft Shoe Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADSTry NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS j1 .eartbreake: 99 111 P""M f '"',! 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Kochanowski, I'aul, r.22-2 4 'Chapin St. EYES EXAMINED FREE GLasca Fitted at Moderate PTlcc fiatLvfactlon Guarautfed. ulOPTICIAHSd DR. J. BURKE & CO Loading Optician of Xiorliaera Inl ana 230 S. Michigan St. 8im(2aj 9 to i by Appointment. KOTICE: We daplxcate any lon the same da. No mattfr who tXXxX them. Bring th plocea. TEie OLIVER TWICE DAILY THOMAS EDISON GENUINE TALKING PICTURES Matinee Daily 10c and 20c. Nights, 15c, 25c and 35c. TODAY 2:30 TONIGHT 8:15 ANOTHER SUCCESS THE MAN 'FRORI HOME V i u2 a AUMTOMUM We'rr uniting for ytm tit come ariii U our l-:iMir' Phtt. IM.i. Motion I'ictunN or poucrfiil qualit th.it uiil nuiKr imi ni.-iit;itt tlurs that will au-.r cnr lips lit -n;i!c ami a ulow to -iiir lutn your Iieart. Hot u ecu i:s they :rv tin Ik t )lc!irt' in all tlu' cit you simply can't IniaiiK hou interi--t;n ami iitrtalnin. THE SURPRISE THEATER homi: or (iooi) pktvki:s Bis: Feature Tcday. THE BETTER FATHER . Eclair, Two Reels Open at S:!." A. M.. n t i in::-, to 1 1 p. . 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C, is 11 Michigan St. Weltzein, 1. J. - S n. Mr, rhapin St. Witiuka. S. Mrs., so:: lni.n st. rtT(i?rv'' I :Ta F' v iyiry aoc iQc n Musical Comedy And Pictures TMii-Iit ami All ViL COMF1) Y COMPANY IN" 'Ilit' Suniartt (iirl." SoiiU' Mii-ic n. i).ci:s IT. i:ntrtainerN 1. Niirlnly 7::io ai.l !. Matinrs's Dai'. 12eept ,Mn('.: Thursday Xc Mu-ial Coinel. v. '4M i ia j HARRY L YERR1CK FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1 I fumla.i th ment. from the burial. conipletft flrrt call equlp U thft Iioth Phonej 219 so. st. joo et 114 E. Jciierson St. Painting, Wall Papering ana Picture Framinj? : " t 1