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14 week-End Edition April 13-H. tLh PASO HERALD SPORTS, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE
SENIOR TEAM !
11 IN FIVE i
Freshman Runners Takej
Second Place; Good Time
Made by Teams.
FAT MEN'S RACE
THE team representing the senior
I class won the five mile relay race
jn at the High school stadium Fri
day afternoon. Time, S0:11 l-S. The
freshman teem took second honors
nnd the sophomores third. Teams
-were not entered by the Juniors and
Personnel of the contesting teams:
Freshman A. Keaustadt, I. Ben-
rett.li. Springer, w. Binford. H. Ash-
ey. A. Terrazas, C. Ureanta, T. Tal
bot. S. EsquivaL E. Hunter.
Sophomores C Curisa, T. Sullivan.
'. Spence, Selligman, Hamilton, Har
lan. Moore. Licuarra, Reynolds, Jones.
Seniors G. Cordero, D. Bryan. J.
rill. D. Wyler. J. Flanagan. JT. McCor
i.urk, J. Rivera, J. Broderick, P. Ste
vens, T. Cullegan.
The (at men's race was scarcely less
exciting than the rivalry between class
'.earn?. Sam Llsso proved that It is
a miEtake about fat men being slow,
winning the 440 yard dash in 1:1ft.
Henry Pound captured second honors,
ith Jake Baron a close third. Ger
ald Ketchersid wasn't far behind
Baron, while Winton Roe was steam -ng
up near Ketchersid when the fat
went across the line. It Is said
:hat Llseo accepted the challenge of
ratty Arbuckle, the race between the
'no for the championship to he run
off at the stadium in the near future.
W EtuCr5rONfiL- reel
I THEVEEGLE'5 1
I SHOWG-AXflSiTTo 1
The WEST OP THIS I
M FEROCIOUS Biiar.-
OF TfE bAL
made Tfc DRRIWC
Unit 305 to Meet
White Sox Team
Sunday afternoon at Z:30. at the
Grande baseball park, the Bl Pace
Yh!te Sox will meet the team of
n.echanlcal repair unit No. 35. The
patch artists have an excellent chance
of winning the pennant In the Army
baseball league and have proved to
be one of the strongest teams in this
section. The v nlte sox nave naa f
Trinnme streak, which the Ninth en'
srineers failed to atop last 8unday,
and they believe that they will be
a ale to add the scalp of the army hoys
to their belt.
The lineup for No. SCS tor Sunday's
same will be: Sweeney (cant.), zb:
Btshon. 3b: McKean. rf: Evans, ef
Kennedy, lb: Sanders, ss: Bastin. If;
Webb. Schnobble. c; Mathews, p;
Shaffer, Nolan, snb.
For the White Sox: Bartholomew,
Id: Scott, e; Jones, Stt: Bed Boss, zb
& p; Peg Top. ss; Powell, rf; Brad-
v. cf ; L. warren, jti Farrer. p
Walker, Downs, sab.
Sl tt ' ' ' 1 ' "
Scanning the Wedding
Believes in Slugging to
isnng in the Huns; One.
Run Often Wins.
Roosts Near Home
amuel Wahoo Crawford, after de
nting the question all winter and
ceiling- several major league offers
n liich were not sufficient to draw
' -m from California, signed a eon-
-act to play the outfield with the
;.os Angeles club on March 2C which
dav hereafter will be celebrated as
.i holiday in the Angel City by the
A week before a son had been born
the household of Crawford and
'hat probably is the chief reason
-am made up his mind to play close
n his own homo. The big show has
-.nown few players more popular or
i-imous than the Wahoo barber, and
.he best wishes of the fans eo with
i.im for many years of power and fat
. -ttlns averages in the minors.
THE second same of the spring city
series between the St. Loois KattoMli
r.d American Vm clnbs vti wen
h Bruwoa, ( to I making the seconA
-feat lor ute Caralnala. score:
R. H. X.
Nationals X t 3
Batteries National. Meadows. Sherdell,
h'acicapfi. hit. Homra ana oonsai:
American?, Shecker, Sothoron, ZkaTaport
Other axnlbltios Causes played:
At Gmhrle. OkU. R H. E.
-hicaro Nation 1 IS 14 3
L'aWeraltr ef Okla 66
Battertea Chicago. Hendrtz and laly;
T'n1verity. Meadows and Gentry.
At Memphis. Tecs. R. H. B-
Detroit Americana S 1C 1
Cincinnati Xatlosala X X 1
BatteriesDetroit, Mitchell, Biietooa
and Stanage; Cincinnati. Slier and Allen.
At Chattanooga, Tens.
First game R. H. X.
Chattaaocga South. Leagne 1(1
X. T. Nationals. Xnd team 4 1
Batteries Chattanooga, Untight and
Taylor; New Tork. Sclranfi. Snutli and
Second game TL H. 3L
rieTeland Americaaa 1 I 2
n-w Tork Nationals S T 1
Batteries Cleveland. Wlllrinsan. Ens
uann and B! Mings; New Tork. Tesrean,
Barnem and Rariden. McCmrty.
R. H. B.
15 1 2
PitUbnrg Nationals . .
University of Tenneaae
Hamilton and Shaw:
rumbllea and Masaengale.
At Camp Fonston. Kas. R. B. XL
oicago Americans 11 2
Camp Fttnaton 1 t 5
Batteries Chicago, Faber. Robinson and
cnaia. isees; camp jmnston. Aoyes, Lrew
'a and Walte.
TTOCSTON, Tex.. April IS. Manager
1 i McGraw is evidently going to rely
this season, as he always has, on his
players slugging the ball, instead of
having them follow the sacrifice bunt
In the first Giants-Cleveland In
dians game In Dallas on Thursday,
the Giants' first batter up in three
Innings reached first base, and even
when one run would have put tbe Na
tional league champions in the lead.
attemDt was made hv the next
batter to advance the man on base by
the sacrifice maneuver.
The "hep 'em off their shins"
system h been XeGraMhi plan
for years. The -hit nnd ran" vraa
what pat the eld BallUMre Ori
oles, ef vfbieh MeGntir nan n
prominent player, to the fere and
won four pennants for them.
Re may be right in following this
plan, but It seems that by doing tbe
unexpected once In a while and
adopting the sacrifice, the Giants
would win many more close games.
The Giants are a strong hitting
team and were never more so than at
present. Doubtless McGraw is deter
mined to work that valuable asset to
the limit. It quite frequently hap
pens, however, that the team Is up
against a pitcher whom they cannot
hit, try as they will. Then it seems
reasonable that the players should be
ordered to play foxy and above tbe
man on base nearer the player from
where he can score on a base hit.
One Ran Win Many Gnaws.
One run an inning will win many
a game the big majority, 'n fact.
The Giants' practice bunting every
spring in the Marlln training camp,
but often do not attempt it in games
very often, except in trying to beat
the ball to first and not as a sacrifice
to advance base runners.
It cannot be denied though that the
Giants games are more spectacular
by reason of McG raw's system of of
fensive play. To mix things up
though keeps the other fellows
guessing and tends to unnerve them.
A slam-bans; start is always discour
aging to opponents, bnt if one run is
enough to win a game I should think
trying for just that would be the
better plan. Safety first goes in base
ball as in everything else.
One slow thinking player is liable
to disrupt the plans of any team, no
matter how stron- It 1 Walter
Holke. the Giants' first baseman. Is
not active minded. He is phlegmatic
w a aegree m loumg arouna. in tne
hotel corridors he lies back In his
chair and smokes his pipe like any
old man who is in the pipe smoking
stage of life. Ho'.ke plays baseball
much the same way. He can do
things mechanically all right and at
times shows flashes of really surpris
ing Bpeea, out wnen tne unexpected
bobs up and he Is forced to exert his
mental abilities he Is frequently lost.
infli vras me. case in Thurs
day's zrame and vriH always be
so with him. unless he blunders
npon the rtsht thins to do.
Walter is not a ooor first hasetnsn.
but he would be a much better one if
he would only try to correct his
blunders. But it Is s habit with him.
He makes the same kind of mistakes
on the same sort of plays, which, in
my opinion, will result In "Joe" Rod
riguez superseding him permanently
at the first base position.
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Pep" to Be Instilled in
Tennis by All Kinds of
TRICKS IN EVERY
TRADE BUT OURS I
Fort Bliss Boxing Game Strong Contrast to the i
Bouts Staged by Many Promoters; How Tommy f
Dugan and Kid Allison Got the "Kale." 1
'VMule May Kick
Out of Harness
- .mum . T ROY KM IK.
THOSE who have become acquainted . far the
Tes Moines. Iowa. April IS. Sergt
Karl Caddock. of Camp Dodge, dis
posed of another challenser of his
claim to the world's wrestling cham
pionship here last night when he
threw John Olln. Finland's premier
mat man, in two straight falls.
It was a match replete with thrills.
Caddock taking the first fall in 54
minutes, ten seconds, with a tortur
ous toe hold and the second in ten
minutes, ten seconds, through use of
a head scissors and bar arm hold.
Wins Court Bout
St. Louis. Us. April IS. Holding
that the contract existing between
John Beisler. of New York, and Jack
Dempsey. heavyweight boxer, is not
enforceable because prixe fighting is
against the laws of the state of Mis
souri, judge Vital W. Garesche of the
circuit court yesterday denied an in
junction to Reisler seeking to pre
vent Dempsey from boxing under the
management of any other man other
At Hotehlnson. Kas. R. H. K.
hica?3 Ameticsns. 2nd team.. 16 19 3
Hutchinson Western Leafae. . . 4 ? 10
Baltaries Chlcairo, Tedesehl and Lynn
Hntcbisaon. Bentley and Banner.
Pacific Coast league same:
At Los Aaceles. CaL R H. K
veraoa & s a
Las Angeles 1 t 1
Batteries Vernon. Dell sad Devormer;
Los Annates, Brown. Valencia and Boise.
At Sacramento, CaL
Batteries San Frandsea,
Sacramento, Gardner and East-
At San Francisco. Cal. S. H. S.
Salt Lalu a i
Oakland X 1
nsltsilas Wilt Lake, Morton. Cos
Wrlaht and Konaick: Oakland, Martin and
IW MtrjffXIXG BETTER. -O
San Antonio, Tex., April li.
Heinle Zimsieriaan is doing no-
t bly in his efforts to come back
The hero of the famous world's
eer.es pursuit rsce at ihe Polo
grounds won a race here as the
G.ants defae' the local Teia
l-'agje olub, 7 to 1 ZIm -ored
' r-i' player A-
TO BE IN UNIFORM
JUST FOR ONE DAY
Leon Cadore, now a lieutenant in
the army, will appear In a Brooklyn
uniform after all Just for one day.
He will pitch for the Dodgers on
April 13 In .in exhibition game
against the Yankees as a special fea
ture for a large body of soldiers who
will attend the game from Camp Up
ton, where Cadore is stationed. He
has been pitching for an army team
d to be in fine shape to give
and is sai
"RED" SMITH GOES
BACK TO PITTSBURG
Catcher Willard (Red) Smith has
been sent back by the Pittsburg club
o Birmingham. He had been secured
on a time purchase agreement, and
when he was called in the draft the
Pittsburg management decided to
cancel the deal. Catcher BUI Wag
ner having been released to Colum
bus as payment for pitcher Earl
Hamilton, the Pirates' catching staff
is now trimmed down to reasonable
PROMIJTEXT TrRFXtX DEAD.
Red bank. N. J, April IS. Harry C.
H alien beck, for more than a quarter
of a century a prominent figure on
the American turf, died suddenly at
his home here last night of paralysis.
He was 6S ears old.
Mr HaiUnbP.-k owned Meadowbrook
f---n .V Pb-t-w-phui-y and a strmfr of
:t ' J rannir hn-.f including TV
1 ' I- t. Imke a: d Adams L'-
1 with the boxing game have fortu
nately missed much of the shady hue
that tints bouts condncted at Fort
If there has ever been a bout pulled
off at Fort Bliss other than on the
square, I hare never seen it or heard
of It during many Interviews with
men at the fort who are best ac
quainted with the game. At Bill
there is no reason why one ma
shoaid "lay down" to another, or hold
on in a oout unut tne loartn or tirtn
round, until his manager and backers
nave au tneir nets eomrortatuy made.
ana men cut loose and put out
opponent known before tbe boat to
have been an inferior man. Return
matches where the contestants have
au unoersuurainsT inai uiey will oox
to a draw in order to get another
fight are unheard of. Occasionally
there may be an unintentional mis
take by tbe referee, but obvious rob
bery by that official is never heard
of at the fort.
The reason of this Is that money
ts net the first object. Where
boxers have their eye solely en
tbe "kale." many atnnts are palled
to separate the public from their
mosey. These deals generally
leak out in time and have the
effect of giving the sport n
How They Do It.
During the summer of 1M4 Kid Al
lison, a boxer of considerable ability,
dropped in among the pugs of Cov
ington, Ky. He first appeared in a
preliminary match at one of the
smaller clubs snd won his bout. There
was nothing particularly remarkable
about the boxing he did. He was
matched again, and again won. this
time with a show ef more class.
In all, he won five good bouts and
had become a favorite with the Cov
ington and Cincinnati fans, when an
other rising star, ef about the same
weight, began to shine over in Cincin
nati. Like Allison, he had won sev
eral bouts. He fought under the
name of Tommy Dngan.
There began to be talk of a match
between the two. who bad cleaned
up about everything else of their
weight thereabouts. Allison, although
he admitted he had never met Dugan.
seemed at once to take a strong dis
like to him. Dugan asked who Alli
son was and what he had done that
he. Dugan. should consider a match
The two began to say things
about each other thlnirs that did
not savor of brotherly love. Some
of It broke out through the pa
pers, seme was carried by that
class of nenenltles who make a
habit of loafing about both camps
where a rivalry exists among
boxers. They wrote letters to
eSjCh other loaded dewn vrtlh
Dugan had a match in Cincinnati.
Allison went to' see it. and after Du
gan won his bout challenged him. The
two Jawed at each other, until tbe
police warned them to be quiet. Alli
son later got a match at the Bunker
Hill club, in Covington, and Dugan
saw the match from the ringside. In
terspersing the evening's sport with
slighting remarks about Allison's
work in the ring.
Bad blood between the two got no
better fast. The two accidentally met
In a saloon on Greenup street one eve
ning and. despite efforts of their
friends, started to mix it In a bare
knuckle exhibition. Allison started
the hostilities and Dugan knocked
him down. They were milling merri
ly when the police arrived and put an
ena to it. uotn paid a nne or xig.&o
Meet in Rlnc
A few weeks later the two were
matched to go 10 rounds before the
Bunker Hill elnb on July 4. It was
known to be a grudge fight and tick
ets went like hot cakes. There were j
plenty or ooorts. who had inanlrsd
well into the tlreenup street
who were convinced that
faster of the two and pro
tected himself better, but Allison's
friends pinned their faith to his stay
The betting was slightly in Dugan's
favor. When, in the first round, Du
gan floored his opponent and in the
second nearly pounded his nose off.
so that both were bloody as butchers,
Dugan money became more plentiful.
Allison money was still to be found,
however, and money was changing
hands thick and fast.
In the third. Allison went down
three times and was saved by the
gong. Several bets were made that
Allison would not last six rounds, and
not a few were taken. 3 to 1. that
he would not go tbe ten rounds. In
the excitement nobody seemed to
wonder where all the Allison money
In the fourth round Dugan began
his same old tactics of Jabbing and
following with his right, when Alli
son slipped under one and landed on
the solar nlexus. sending Dugan down.
He arose at the count of seven and
continued the battle, but was appar
ently a sick man irom tne blow. Alii- i
son gained strength during the next j
two rounds, and in the seventh be
gan to bore into his man with re
newed energy. In the eighth he put i
Dugan aown to stay. i
Get the Diner. j
Five days later Dugan knocked at !
the door of a hotel room In Pittsburg.
Allison opened the door.
Hello, old kid. come In. How's i
your Jaw after the unhitching I gave
"Not any worse than the nose I
presented you. How do the books
Fine. It s the best session we nave
pulled off yet. Counting the $100 you
got as tne loser s ena. mr )vu. ana i
what we both bet on myself, we .
cleaned np Just 72S.50, after all ex
penses were paid. That Is, my ex- !
penses. I am not supposed to know i
anything about yours. I
"Mine amonnted to about ST5, all t
"Where next. Tommy?" I
"To New York, and then hack to
the Pacific coast. There ought to be
good pickings up about Seattle and
racoma. wnat do you say we send
mother J100 to show her that her
rowdy sons are not altogether a fail
ure?" ".-iure. Tommy, your Idea was a
corker. You are a brother worth hav
ing." "Well. I might say as much of you.
You stand a lacing beautifully when
the dinero is in sight. What do you
say. Iefs go and have a little drink T
It will be up to Pat Moran to keep
pitcher Mule Watson from kicking
out of harness now. The St. Louis
Cardinal management last week
traded tbe Mule to the Phillies, tak
ing exchange a ticket on Bert Nie
hoff. Bert is a holdout, but president
Branch Rickey thinks he can charm
him into agreeing to play. The Cards
want Nlehoff for second base. Instead
of all tbe rosy reports that Bruno
Betxel is the best thing that ever
happened at that position.
The Y. M. C. A. tennis courts have
been put in excellent condition, and
memberships are being received by
physical director A. L. Holmes, at the
Y. M. C. A. The courts will open for
play every week day, and will be kept
in first class condition at all times.
A new arrangement Is being made
ergardlng meuioersnip whereby it Is
possible for a player to take out a
month membership. Full Information
may be had by phoning Y M. C. A,,
physical director, at 989 or SeS.
EW YORK. April li. variety la
to be the spice of the lawn
tennis season upon the out-of-door
courts If the announcements of the
forthcoming program of tournaments
can be accepted as any Indication as
to what Is in store for' the players and
the followers of the game As one of
the officials recently expressed the
thought that encompasses the situ
atlon: This is to be an unusual sea
son for the American game. There can
be no doubt as to that All of the
tonic effect that may be administered
i k. -. A.. .. )
to te douDly welcomed, to stimulate
the Interest at this time those who di
rect the destinies of the clubs must
achieve results by advancing toward
them rrom new angles.
o dosbt the regular liae ef old
estaTsttafced championships and the
premier tournaments ef long
ataadlaj; will hold and retain
their preslfcr. There Is no ques
tion as to the sarvlval ef the fit
test la the way ef tearnamenta of
that sort. However. Just as a few
swallows do not make a summer,
neither wHI a limited amoant of
competitions of that order hoM
np the game to the plaee that
Women Deserve Credit.
This official went on to commend
the women for the path they had
biased In the way of compelling In
terest last season in the face of the
absolute stagnation of tournaments.
They proved that the Inventive faculty
had not by any means exhausted the
possibilities of tournament lawn ten
nis. As an example of what he meant
he referred to the shuffled doubles,
David C Mills, of tbe Orange Lawn
Tennis club, and Miss Marie Wagner,
holder of the national indoor cham
pionship at that time. The changing
of partners after each match con
tributed no end of interest and excite
ment. Furthermore, it easily revealed
the true standing of those most adapt
able to the doubles game In a way
that might be most profitably used In
a tournament for men, as doubles
needs Intensive development.
Round Robins Again.
Officials of mature experience have
number of the round robin compett-
Dick Rudolph Is One of the
Few Holdouts Who Can
Make His Bluff Good.
By SAM CRA.K,
GREENVILLE, a C April 1J. With
Dick Rudolph and Charley Henog
still holdouts, the Braves today figure
a bright prospect for the cellar posi
tion in the coming National league
pennant chase. The addition of these
two stars undoubtedly would put the
Boston team ia the fight for a berth
in the first division, and manager
George mailings is pulling avery
wire possible to got president Percy
Haughton to sign them np.
When the aeries with the
Yankees started over In I) atria.
Gsu last Monday afternoon the
Braves at least had plenty of
flshtlaf spirit. Bat the troune
tess they have received at the
hands of the Happert-Hastom
iorer have exhausted all their
pep. aad now they are the moat
ordinary looking: bunch, of ath
letes that ever wore major league
He nog still Is with the team and
waiting patiently to hear from
Haughton, who. In Augusta last Tues
day night, promised to let Charley
know whether or not his terms wou.il
be accepted within J4 hours. If t1--Boston
owner does not sesd word to
day the former Giant captain and
second baseman will board a tra.n
tnd go to his home in Rldgely, Md.
As for Rudolph, every player o
the Boston team dec lares the pitch e
will not play ball this year unless
demands are met. They claim th-
New York boy made noarly Jioo.ft"
in the stock market the past year and
that he has nothing to worry about.
In the days when the Davis cup wa.
first offered. Six players of the to,,
class represent an ideal entry for a.
tournament of that description. The
competitions in which William
Larned. Malcolm D. Whitman. Beals '
Wright Raymond D. Little. Holeofb
Ward, and Robert D. Wrenn and h
brother George L. Wrenn used to p!a
provided as fine sport as any c
could possibly wish. As there Is boend
to be a curtailment as to top cla?
men during the season there Is ever-.-reason
to expect a return of Use vogue
tions that were so deservedly popular for the round robin matches.
HAVE YOU CONFIDENCE IN YOURSELF
Tkii aBBMBceaent carefully asi
caM ts see as if yoa don't feel yoa
are tbe same man y&u shoaid be.
Today is &t Bse ts cal te ee bv
for if y&a neglect k tee leog it my
In This Day of Keen Competition You Must Have Strong Nerves, Clear Brain and Plenty of Energy,
or You Are Doomed to Failure, Disappointment and Melancholy.
If yoa bare any sjmptoms, its
caaje aad effect if Bet attended to
pr&perly at e&ce.
Worn Out Nerves Can Be Restored Very Often Quickly. Our Daily Work Is to Build
Up Men Whose Vitality Is Weakened, Men With Kidney Disease, Impure
Blood and Other Ailments That Come Within Our Specialty.
The Above Invitation Refers to Men of Any Age Who Do Not Feel Up to the Standard MEN WHO
ARE NOT SICK YET HARDLY FEEL ABLE TO WORK.
In no other class of diseases is our "Ironclad rule," viz: A Correct Diagnosis and Removal of the Cause, more applicable than in this eUu
of maladies, neither is there any other class of trouble that should demind more careful attention aad eonscientioas liflil, Wnmn this
has long been the fertile fieid of the quack and patent nostrum fakers.
The terms, Lost Vitality, is not a disease, therefore, there is no one remedy- or combination of remedies that will effect a core in any case.
The weakness is the result of some actual diseased condition which is generally easily diagonsed and removed by skillful treatment; this is
the only rational way of treating this trouble, SOKE CASES CAN BE CURED IN A TEW DATS, while others, doe to a computation of
physical defects, take longer.
Among the many causes of Decline are enlarged, infected or otherwise diseased prostate gbusde, ekroaK factions, rsrtaeasi aad hydrocele,
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u-ojld do the same th1n-
contept mat ne naa done r
floor Allison, and kt
TELLS HOW GEORGE
New York. April 13. I have been
ssked several times why 1 ever let
George Whltted get away from the
St. Louis club." said Miller Huggtns,
a few nights ago in a fanning bee.
"WelL the answer is that 1 was con
fronted with a situation where I had
to gamble high for a player who
might help me win a pennant. Whit
ted had not won a place as a regular
with the Cardinals in 1914. and was
sitting on the bench. I needed a
pitcher badly and knew that my case
was hopeless If I failed to get one.
I discovered that Hub Perdue might
be had and I was glad to get blm, as
be slways had Ditched great ball
against my club. I gave up Ted ea
rner and Whltted. Perdue did not
come through as I had hoped and
Whitted later developed Into a star.
That is a gamble that must go with
nraotlAallw si'Ae - Ask
SAYS GREGG STILL
HAS GOOD DELIVERY
New Orleans. La.. Anrll 12. John
Emmtnn, Indian pttchlnc recruit, re
rdn his greatest nine as one he
pitched apalnst Providence the Satur
day before last Labor dav
Providr nrr mH , wm ti 1 1 a In t ..
fracas, ) firtt inninc: and failti to gt tp
i-ruesa.ii eaie iin'ii hip rrneentJ. nr .e -
We offer a Reward of One Hundred
Dollars ($100.00) for any uncomplicated
case of PILES we fail to core without
the KNIFE, LIGATURE, CAUTERY or
CARBOLIC ACID IWJECTIOKS. We
are the only Specialists in this section
who can administer the PAIXLSSS IN
FILTRATION CURE FOR PILES. Hun
dreds of cases cured are sending us their
Friends afflicted as they were. We will
gladly furnish any sufferer with the
names of as many as he cares to see
or write to. Why hesitate or suffer
longer? Why submit to an operation
with its attendant dangers, hospital fees
and detention from your work? We take
all the risk and guarantee results.
and Urinary Diseases
If yon have symptom of disease of
the Kidneys, Bladder or Prostate, such
as pain ia the back, difficult or frequeut
urination, smarting, burning or strain
ing, dull, aching or throbbing sensation
of the bladder; headaches, dixxiaeas,
sleeplessness, tired feeling, sold hands
and feet, pnffiness of the eyes and face,
swollen ankles, difficult breathing, pal
pitation of the heart, you should con
sult us without delay.
Our years of study and extensive prac
tice in the treatment of all forms of
Kidney, Bladder aad Urinary Troubles
have familiarized oa to the extent that
we have attained superior skill, which
insures successful treatment in all
eases not absolutely incurable.
Treated by Our Paialess aid
Bloodless Netkod. Ne
Deteition Froa Business
Hsregard of Rupture has cost many
lives. The smallest are the most dan
gerous to life, because of increased li
ability to strangulation.
VARICOCELE is a knotty twisted
worm like condition of the veins, with
symptoms sach as aching and pais, ner
vousness, debility, lack or energy and
HYDROCELE is a distressing condi
tion, requiring expert attention. Draw
ing off the fluid is only temporary and
the use of painful drugs is vicioms. If yoa
are a sufferer from Hydrocele, yoa wili
do well to investigate OCR METHOD.
NOTICE OUR CHANGE OF LOCATION
Hours: 9 a. m., to 7 p. m., Sundays, 10 to 1
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DR. KETCHERSD3 & ASSOCIATES.
Stevens Bldg. ( Over Texas Bank & Trust Co. )
Entrance 2061 - Mesa Avenue.
ESTABLISHED TWELVE YEARS
EL PASO. TEXAS