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10 HIS STRIDE! OF HEW LEAGUE Former Trap Shooting Leader Cannot Come up to His Past Marks. Professional trapshooters ape hav ing a better season than in many ears past. With the revival of shoot ing interest the professionals have to pome extent awakened, too. and bet ter scores have resulted. Crawt Hit Stride. One of the veterans who always stood high in the scores year after year Lester German doesn't seem to break Into the averages this year. He Is located in Virginia and ap parently does little shooting. He has h-en up ' thar or tharaboots for -nme 20 vears and it doesn't seem natural to write about the high men and leave him out so we brought riEush' Razee, of Nebraska. Is on top n the averages, as he has been all . .ar The only bad feature of the ofessional. who Is seeking glory is that irhs his average becflmeshlgb . nough to command a lot of snoot- c to beat he stops shooting ana ,ctM on his laurels. When Raxee imt over 98 percent he laid back. Too aid something when you announced ihat it would take some tall shooting o heat that marK. r TtiinouL Is hot on i Homer C'larK, ru bat we know that he . a tedious task to overhaul him. Slugger Babe Ruth Makes Baseball Fans Think By Threat To Quit The National Game Unless Pay Is Raised BOSTON. Mass, Not. Jt Which pro fesilen wHI "Babe" Huth eUewt That Is the ejeesMen that Is before the baseball world and the general public as welL After the dose of the base ball season Bse alerted In the cigar raaanfnetnrlng baslnesa .here, learning every essential ef that line. Then he left fer Los Angeles. Cat, to be a film artist But contrary to ex pectations the "heme ran" Wng has decided that he will py baseball In stead, He has signed a contract to play for the Yemen dob In the oontkera Midwinter league. The detract terms re 7i - mi" I MOB per game, and If the " Cct ' play. In game, he wOl come back ' Tilf 'SfSeltckT ! frnu are sai xv n Bat another sjnesrlon lsi WHI he h,rL ta xne esarr - declared that he weald not rally Fountain Pens BEPATBED AO Hakes. o w KMTMtn co ins Jleaa Ave. 9E At the Foot e Mt. FTankHn BZAUTIFUL LOGAN HEIGHTS Choice rets New SelHeg fer $150 and $125 ray only Sin down and then S per month en each let. X0 Interest No Taxes CntU Deed Is Betlvrrrd. BIS Kl. PASO RBAL RSTATK SOW and share Ht the prosper ity the dry wBI enjer when aH U fennd. Anderson Investment Co. Setting Agents 3 Mesa Ave. El Pase. Texas. HANDICAPPED No man H St his best er can de bis best who has a weak or diseased body, a itrtig. vlaerons body means a dear active brain and Rwta! and CTuenle oisiasis I trest end care sre the most pro lific csds oi Nervousness, IBon ienn. Melancholia nd lacs of en-e-r"- or PEP. Tsklai lto eomW eriiion the smell tee I ensrre and the quick cores 1 effect irtthoiit le tettion from yonr bwlsess. It Is a crime io neglect yonrself. I Cure Piles Without Cutting ; Write fer my ccw rt?vll booklet on R"al A! mn3 their treatnwtit. I will be Bwot ta pialL ald eaTotop? 1-REB t ebmi-ce aad witkevt obUsa 'tkm. BOOK I also trt t-aecMftillT all SUn. Kl9nr. Bladdar and Hrcta.1 11- I have h-id SO ye&rt experleBce In acttv practftre and my oftfoas ar tbe larsMt arid brst tlpied In the errantry. COXSOeTATZON FKKS. Honrs: 9 a. m to 7 p. m. Sundavs. 1J a. m. to II in. DR. XETCHERSID lNTEiTllAL KffXIALIST Mrven Bldr., rosv Mess Te. ET1 rv . Texas. O W DBATHEP CO- Ban Johnson Says New York Team Does Not Own the American League. Chicago. Ill, Not. S. "Hot stove stuff." was mo verdict of Chicago baseball fans on the story emanat ing from New York that Charles Comlskey. Jacob Ruppert and Harry Prazee, backed by Bdeel Ford, J. K. L. Ross and Harry Sinclair, the du Ponts and other men of great wealth, were planning to withdraw from the American leauge and start a third major league. Two Important Ameri can officials, president Ban Johnson and Charles A. Comlskey. professed utter ignorance of the scheme. "1 have heard nothing of such a report except what I have man the newspapers." said John rob. Tmr New York club does not evea own a ball park In which to play Ameri can learne baseball. 1st alone a park in which to conduct games of a third "5miskey. who recently returned from the east, said: The directors of the American league advised the National commis sion to pay players third place money from the world's series receipts, we are going ahead with the White Sex. making plans to taxe anecner ahiwi- can league pennant. I know of no other matter oi any uvonun In baseball. stay In Boston fsr less than KOMO. Uesnlte the fact that Bs contract with the Boston club has two years to ran, "Babe" thinks with the ten day clause In It, he Is entitled to the same privileges ns the dub. What Is worrying Harry "Frazee of the Boston Bed Sox Is that In the games In which "Babe" plays on the coast he will occupy first base. Frasee is afraid that the "demon slugger" Is Hable to get Into an arefdent In the Infield. An accident to -Babe" would be a sertons Maw to the Red Sox. Frasee thinks that It will be time enough in the spring to talk over contracts with the "slugger" and that they wHI have nu trouble when the time comes. On f h other hand "Babe has de dared that the next move la np to Harry Frarer. and that If he does not 7to (tm, lhe me .prlng I. he Jccl-'c. that the CaHtomla, ATTENTION BUILDERS! We have large, complete stock of DOORS AND NAILS We are giving customers buyng complete orders of MILLWORK the opportuoky to secure tk i Tedi from our plealiful supply of DOORS and NAILS. AD kinds of Doors OAK, BIRCH or KLIMAX. Especially French Doors aad Bevel Plates. Abo Hardwood Flooring. We wast orders for special detailed Cable et work and aH kinds of Special Milwork. Does this interest you? Seed Lumber and Mill work Est for our freight paid estimates. CHICAGO & RIVERDALE LUMBER CO. Rfrerdale Status. Chicago, IKnak. NO HOPE OF RELIEF FOR CATARRH VICTIM ;Unfe OU-Tmt, Obsolete Treatment It DMcarrlei Tbe coating vaster offers little hope to tbe victim of Catarrh. In fact very shortly you will begin to once more know tbe real aanoying and disagreeable features of tbe dis eases which always male their ap pearance with cold, raw aad windy weather. Doubtless rkring die a3d sum mer moBtbs yon have enjoyed some relief from the disease, because there is always less inflamatkm of tbe membranes during the summer, but do sot make tile mistake of thinking that your Catarrh is gone, for die very first raw. damp, wintry day, tbe delicate finings of me membranes will begin to again become irritated and sore, the air passages wiH began to dog up, and soon you wHI Hod that yonr old enemy k uD with you, with a fiendish miration of making tbe winter as Ut of discomfort as What are you going to do about it? If yon have bad the disease for Lany length of time, tbe chances are that yon have used enough local remedies to convince you that there is no cute for you in this method of treatment. Are you going to drag through another winter hawking, and spitting and spraying constantly in an effort to unclog the stopped up air passages so that you can get your breath tor awfnie. knowing that ; these accumulations vnjl immediately SCHOOL DA aV "JSP ' ' 00 1 - Jfi He's SK HiJJSR. BfU. STARTS To School: country elf era many things that theiS" mt wtv uoi. So there yon are, puzzle It out. HAY CAUSE WAR. The present squabble among Araert- 1 vn nn,n hi, MMWA Cm- sip of a possible third major league S next year and another baseball war. is reappear or are you going to dis card this makeshift treatment, and use a little intelligence io an effort to get rid of mis t&ease that is such an annoyance and a constant handi cap? You must accept die teachings of science, which shows that to get rid of any disease, you must treat it at its source, you must direct your ef forts toward removing its cause, in stead of being satisfied with slight temporary relief from its symptoms. You must rout out from your blood tbe Hulbons of tiny germs which cause Catarrh, so that there can be no more inBaraation of the nose throat, and choked up nasal passages that make breathing difficult and painful. S. S. S.. the fine eld blood remedy, has given splendid results in the treatment of Catarrh, and you will be delighted with its effect to your case. It so purifies and cleanses tbe blood, that disease germs are eradicated, hence when the germs of your Catarrh are eliminated from the blood, you are on the right road to permanent riddance from the dis ease. Go to your drug store, aad get a bottle of S. S. S. today and begin the real rational treatment that will give real results. If you will write our medical de partment, we will take pleasure in giving instructions regarding the treatment of your own case. Ad dress Chief Medical Adviser. 153 cw1ft Adv. Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. EL PASO YS Copyright. 1IS. by SCcOura Newspaper Syndicate, 7 AT '. Ns;? Mtttf FOR THE GOOD o o o FromTheKickoffToTheTouchdowni By THKTtp; is a youngster on the Texas ; School of Mines eleven who has been eolns; along all season playing a splendid same of football, at times showing flashes of power and bril liancy, at all times showing- promise of developing; a great gams at his position and who has been only cas ualty mentioned thus far. Now comes reports from Tveson. of the Texas School of Wnes-Artsona University same, irhieb show that this yonnaater has found himself and broken forth with the powerful same of which he save promise. Throush that same, asalnst the most power-' fnl opposition which the Mines' line has faced, he has Jnst about earned a position for consideration on the second All-south western team. The yonnsster to whom we refer Is Ed Love, husky tackle. IS VBRV VALUABLE IN TRAM DgFKKtlVK WORK. Any time a team as powerful as the University of Arisona alms play after play at one man. only to have each play plied np at the line. It proves treat play on the part of that individual. When a team hlshly sno eassfnl asalnst its opponents In near ly all other respects, so successful that it sains frround elsewhere al most at will, deliberately abandons its attack en the Individual In ques tion, it speaks volumes for that in dividual. It a a virtual confession that the lone Individual Is too power fat for the combined attack of the When the player la qaestlen can net only eoatpei such a team te abandon Its attack ea him bat can also break throssh Its nevr erfel Bne ea many oeeaslees and shatter stays behind the Hne. when his play stands forth so prominently, to spite ef his betas en the Hne that even the members ef the eftpesles team consider his work as the entataadias feature of the day, then that player Is entitled to mere than passlns eonsSderatfen la the seleetlea ef n seerlenal team. All of these thlass Ed Love did In last Saturday's same at Tucson. To attempt to add to this record would be to descend to the superfluous and to lessen his performance. MANY CRITICS AlfSWBR FOOTBALL STUNM5R. A number of replies have been re ceived anent the query recently pro pounded regarding the action to be taken in case of Interference with o layer attemntlns to receive a for ward pass behind his own seal line, with the final whistle soundlns while the ball Is in the air. None of these replies have been correct. This Is one of the answers, received from Albert E- Sisal, manaser of the W. 6. Wall Co.: In answer to your "stunner" In Friday evenlns's Herald. I bes in call to your attention the followins rule. This rule Is from Spaldtns's ISIS football rule book, edited by Walter Camp: "Pae 10. Rule XVII Section Kb) under penalty, 'Any Ulesal Interfer ence with player attemptlns to re ceive a forward pass behind the goal line shall be penalized by siving th ball to the offended side on the one yard line. If the team defending the goal be the offender.' "I trust this is a clear answer to your question. Tbe question does not seem to have been understood as it is not clear. While It answers the first half of i'e question it (los not deal ith the time pha. Jvb. h 's really what makes the question difficult. Captain Bob Keyland's answer, the correct one. Is this: Tbe ball does not ge into play at the one yard Hue or anywhere else. Xor Is it awarded to the offended side as a touchdown. The game Is over and there is nothing more to It The rules make no pro vision for the allowance of time elapsed while a play is In motion. even though an Illegality prevents the proper completion of that play. yvir twiiiiiciiuti w The mere fact mat time expired wnne the hall was in the air would not cause the bail to be brought back and time allowed for replay, any more than it would were the ssme thing to occur at the opening of the game. The fact that the penalty deserved may not be imposed on this particular play, simply shows a loop-hole In the rules. MICH INTEREST SHOW IS VIRUTI CAME. K1 P-In fnottnll fo!ott-e-5 are ex preP'nc r"o- thar us':M interest in h- i t r erFl.ea 1 HERALD By D WIG vygvt ti I cjk fl axis' A 'Reads 4X' C. I tXCHW166S r . ran. r&opr oh. "e rf - vT1 "time - OF THE GAME o o "JIM" to be arranged for Saturday, Decem ber sixth. Whichever team wins will be acclaimed southwestern champions of the ISIS season. Opinion as to the outcome of the game Is divided, with Arisona backers in the majority. Members of the Miners eleven who have played asalnst both teams, sre divided in tne sanrV manner aa the fans, the majority fa rorins Arizona. However, there are a number of the players who have con siderable ability in weighing the rci atlve strength of teams who favor New Mexico. If New Mexico TT should win th New Mexico Military Institute w.: doubtless claim consideration, owin to their scoreless tie with the forme: eleven. However, such claim would not receive serious consideration In El Pane, as tbe fans here are con vinced that New Mexico IT has the stronger team this year. Basing their opinion en the the games of the Miners against the Roswell and Albaaaerqne teams, the football followers of this city are unable to conceive hew Roswell held AHmqnerqne even, much less kept the ball In the tatter's territory most of the same. The only peslbte explanstloa at which local fans can arrive. Is that there waa either a tremen dous Improvement In the varsity eleven between the game with tbe Miners and the one with Roswell, er else that It Is true that the tat ter players held back In taelr came here. Aad If they aid held baric they certainly held back ea a slender margin. If Albuquerque wins Thursday's game they will be conceded the cham pionship by the majority of the fans of this city. If Arisona wins there will be no possibility of discussion. SPORTOGRAPHY By "Gravy" 00-9- -- 0- MAT I not hope that all profiteers especially the food gongers will not live to see another such pros perous Thanksgiving any as they are enjoying this season. RrTH'S BAT BBOKB.X. Grief reigns in the Ruth family. Bobby Mensel. a mere coast league ntaver- has hasted one of Ruth's '.-stock of bats the "stock" conslst- "W- "Ruth. tn. Tsyperbatmnar, was playing la an exhibition game and had his bats ready In ens ot emer cy. It wan Manners turn at bat. ind tbe sturdy Const leaguer, wish fng to have the privilege of batting with one of the clubs that has sent many ahorsehide ever the big league fences, nicked out one of Ruths private stock." v The ball earns straight down the groove and Mensel set so. A sound Sffollttlng wood fined the air as the -n lolled down the field, and Ruth bet bested right at the ban ds. The question now has arisen as tTwhots the best batsman-Rut or uenmL Many believe that Bobby takes the honors. Inasmuch he i . k. .KamnlMI hat: while others maintain that the Vesnon nlnyer failed to hold the bat bor- . FOOTBAUe CROWDS. Were any testimonial on the popularity of football necessary, the crowds that turned out to at tend recent games gave It. More than 40.000 were In the Palmer stadium at Princeton: 10,000 were at the Polo grounds In New Tork to witness the meeting of Penn and Dartmouth, while In the Yale bowl there were 35 000 fans on hand to see old Ell drive the Brown Bear to cover. Throughout the country. Indeed, ex tended to the distant reaches of Port land. Oregon, where Washington state college turnea oaca tnousanas of football enthusiasts, sat in the seats of the mighty and passed u'R ment on the play that developed be fore them. CUSS IN SPORTOGR IPHT. Answer. .The catcher or f.rt base man may wear a glove of any size, shan or welarht. Every other pla er i is restricted to the use of a glove or j mitt weighing not over ten ounces and measuring not over 14 incr"?- around tie palm 1 What hapbal! club wis tre first t- 1 talcs a trip o,it "f iT n -t " , L- k f r the nsiiir in-rr.--w. 'AT - - GOLF CLUBS TO RAISE DUES TO PAY COST OF KEEPING UP COURSE n- VTR ICHT nHlTE. 1BW YORK. Not. t. Present Indl-1 IM ., .... ,. ..- ! IN cations are that golf club dues will be higher than ever next year, since the cost of golf has kept pace with the cost of living. The aboli tion of the "ISth hole" has cat deeply Into the revenues of nearly every club that maintained such a corner, and the dining end has been affected by its elimination. Even In former years the restaurant service seldom paid any club and either It broke even or was conducted st a loos. Upkeep Serf ProMen. The upkeep of the course has be come more and more a problem. Where It was possible to get day laborers for the ordinary work on the links for a day three or four years ago, many of them are getting 14 now. As a result fewer men are employed on the course than waa the case some time ago. The members "kick" to the green committee that the links are not kept In tiptop con ditions, and the committee has a hard time convincing the members that the cost of upkeep has gone tip steadily The only solution seems to be an In crease in dues, though no doubt there will be a great many to protest aglnst such a rule. Slnrp the end ef the war goHers la Bnglaad have enec more taken np the discussion ef the question, "shall the stymie be abolbinrdr" The newspapers are printing many letters on the subject, qnlte a few of (be writers advocating the aboHtlen of the stymie. They admit that the stymie has seme thing of the sanctity of a tradi tion, hat take the view that It Is unfair. The much maligned sty mie, nowever, his Its friends. Among them Is Ben Sayers, the wcH knevm Seeteh- player, who says i "On no account do away with the stymie. Yon most have a degree of stands for the most legitimate and "Let's give 'em A real smoke, this. Ches terfields get all tbe way "on high," right to your smoke-spot. You money's worth from flavor alone; and added to that Keep Your Feet Dry! THESE specially cocalructed shoes give you protection against rain, slush, cold and dampness. Note their special features tbe way they are built. Mayer Dry-Sox Shoes are right up to the minute in style and strictly high grade in every detail, besides being aa waterproot as a ieatner sooe Solid Dak- Tanned .Counter. J Bellows Tongue Solid Oak Tanned Insole Full leather Vamp"' Animal lsTxTrlTT" I Choke SeamVVert sewed in wfth Leather Weft. rnofie3s ihe shoejas.vterETOqf as St is possible to get it. DRY-SOX SHOES Sold by leading dealers. Write ns HOrtQRBJLT direct if your dealer -ook for name teg irZ F.Mayer Boot most Interesting form The game would be a good deal the poorer without It. It s not very i flcult to learn to play the lofting shot with a mashle over the oppon ent's ball The sole of the club most be on the ground all the time both h-n -in Kav and Mmlne? forward. You do not need to be eonsdons of trying o loft the balL The mashle will do that. Geed If Played Straight. "Just keep in touch with the turf all the time, as though yon were pairing a putt with the sole of the club grazing the grass during the swing. Then your hall will Jump over the other one and If yon play It straight you will not lose much." eiHSO.N GBrrs star. BUly Gibson is an awful dumb waiter. Billy, seeing that Benny Leonard can't last forever, goes and grabs what looks to be the next best llghtweght In the game In Joe Ben jamin. The latter la not yet twenty yeara old. while Benny Is nearlng the mark where an scrapper j have to salute father time and retire. O Tfl KgVIVK FRATERNITY. a anrnrlaa. When the magnates three years ago succeeded In rutting the crusher on the ae- trrltlea of their athletes, sotae t . of them assorted that their or- v 4 ganlxatlon had been merely v O lulled to sleep and that at the a. i.nmMl th rrafera- 9 . Ity would burst forth again In ful strength. The magnates characterised It as braggndo- 'O da. so too the scribes who O heard of It. However, thht rooks like the right time to strike. O rv chinV the n is vers, the Indus- O trial unrest being at its height. ej 4b . ! -- O O-eVO-O our smoke!" 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I guess Austin Ter race would have been as good, but it just happened that I bought in Rich mond Terrace in stead of in Austin Terrace. I am get ting along in years, and advise all you. young bucks not to wait as long as I did. Let a salesman from James L. Marr & Company talk it over with you. Yours truly, A Reformed Chump Moral: See James L. Marr & Company, 304 San Antonio St., Telephone 4350.