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W UP TO
Mil PLAYERS TO
!j SHOOT TRAPS HERE
riTathcwton, Bender, CrandaJl and
j f jDftTi Will Take Part in Shoot at
I ; ! Omaha Gun Club Today.
1 rfsVTTATION EVENT ON CAES
!Thr4atv Mthann Chief Render (Mia
:nUll and H.rry Davla. four' ball '
"tlayers who show as much ease and
cxac on the firing line as they do-on the
bae bail diamond, will invade Omaha
terfnr for a Uttlo blue rock shooting at
ttie Omaha Oun club.
.The diamond artist come to Omaha
Jmm Kansas City. They are making a
;T?ire-weelt tour of the country, stopping
n In all the lara cities for contests
Vjth local sharks. . Omaha la the far
vtern point of the excursion.
Chief Bender to the crack of the trio,
with Otis Cramlall following closely at
Ms heels, Bender la a SO per cent shot
hd 1 always well tip In ' th money In
tournaments. Mathewson and Crandall
slso pretty nifty marksmen.
'Tha four ball players, with George
Vi'Sera. on of Omaha's veteran ahoot
s, will make up a five-man team which
jrfll shoot against a five-man team of
JaJ cracks. J. B. Roberts will lead th
ftwha team and his mates will be
AiSorg Redtck, Ray Klngsley, Don Mo
and Brt Dixon. Th local quintet
composed of some swell' shotgun ex
Wta and they tpct to take tha visitors
'.down a peg.
Th match will oeouf at M o'clock to
"This morning at o'clock an lnvlta
Von shoot will be held. This event will
.nsl.t of 100 target and is open to
fly and all. It Is expected that a score
! mor of trap shooters from out In tha
It and from Iowa wilt com In for th
Ipn house wlil.be th order of the
ry and tha Omaha Oun club extends an
""uo" l veryhody Interested
- an snooting to attend
Lunch will b
r- mt th entlr day ean be
n interruptedly .pent at th traps.
:!Back at Quarter Job
on Central Eleven
: ? Chick" Neville, the high school quar
" 'r. has retiirnjkH u ,
- - - lineup alter an
essence r nv.. . . .
" i-ausea oy an In-
4 try which he received In th Lincoln
.na on November I. though not fully
h overed, hjevllle will probablv .t.,.
,arter agam.t Ploux.Clty next Friday
J'eard had hla shoulder dlslocatad In the
a me at North Platte, but claim, h will
j na ror the game next w,.,,, .
. 1 1 ri m m r m
the trip to North
of delinquency ' In
i latta on account
faptaln "Herb" Reese
will b unable to
7 "I Plsy In his place.
Special from Omaha -j
l for the Iowa Game
- Th- Buriingta. will run a special to
Lincoln Saturday for th. convent ,
-'OS Omaana who deslr to wltnesTth.
. fbraska university foot ball team clc.
t season with the University of lows.
? M train will depart from ,h. BurllngTon
Lg Uncoin mt ,;S0 th v-
-:: Ball Game at "Y"
n exhibition basket Kn
ravi-fta. - Vll .? " th Toun :
(en.r.7th77han7J . ,.u!t?t'. "d
rue. for th. ,;r i"-"""1 DWI
. - n new .
. Tr . J c"ru"y ooa over and
l lalned. PUyw. wU, u aIlowa
1 th. contwt stopped at any point
t" ' .J . que'Uon'- h,t f b. uiua
t by actual play.. Th. Brand.la
?-jntt will glv. ,h. demonstration
i th "h,blll- 'rcom-
ctlhg th. organisation of tha Trl-CUy
..nmerclal and Church leagues will be
' tlnued. AU persons Interid Tn b
J bail are urgad to be present
: to Play Saturday
1 "illCAOO. Nov. 15,-JUrr, Flood, th.
1 jiitr ng fullbc whom scholastic dlf-
l .itu-s k.rt out of the Minnesota, gam.
. U r In ffi . A mMjr the atUrk of th.
' : '-'" - '". w:i- be oligibl.- to lay
r t fcoturd.y nK.lnvt UtinuU. H was
fci uouaced at th University 0f Chicago
1 w w
South Side High
is Preparing for
Game at Norfolk
Th Thanksgiving foot ball trip to Nor
folk to plajr a cam at that school will
ba celebrated by a amall delegation of
tudenta aa well aa the team. Coach rat
tan haa aecured a consideration of tl't
lor the trip, which is far more than ex
penses will come-to. The coach wanted
' am Wlth Central ' "
enough money on th contest to start th
basket ball season with plenty of cash.
ine expenses to Norfolk cannot ap
proximate mor than 1190, which will
leave a nice balanoa In the athletlo asso
ciation .treasury to start th year with.
Th team, with the student delegation,
will leave Omaha Sn "Wednesday after
noon, the day before th gam. They will
arriv at Norfolk In tha early evening and
make headquarters at a hotel, where they
will have a night's rest before th game.
The stuient delegation plan soma
doln's In Norfolk that night.
The coach and Captain Pott ar running
the, team through practice In, regular or
der befor th game. A hard battle la
anticipated and th South eiders ar
Townsends and the '
Scots the Victors in
Th Townsends and th
MP TW t a s ' W . . I W I I I VAC M Annt-r A I - I
-, r r ' i n i M & l
CaledonKnsn. Ba u on ,M
wer th dinners In th Sunday play of
the Omaha Boceer , league. The Town
sends defeated the Bohemians,. -1 to 1,
anoVth Caledonians carried off th fray
with tha1 Omaha City eleven. 1 to
The latter game was a corker. The on
goal counted was marked up by Ander
son and was a great overhead shot, which
was probably as surprising to him as It
waa to th CJty defenders.
Baldwin, Rudolph, Parker and Prchal
played good games In tha ormer combat.
Radolph scored hfs usual goal . for tha
Bohemians, a long-distance header find
ing ita way through- the posts while Bald
win scored -a good' goal. Prchal' goal
keeping, .waa In goptj style and . of the
three goals scored against hla eleven but
one oould be placed against his account.
Next Sunday the City eleven meets the
Townsends at Miller park and the Bo
bemlana and Caledonians will fight It out
to see who will bring up at tha bottom
of th race at Carter Lake.
Commerce High to ' '
: Play the Missouri"
' Valley Team Again
Th High School of Commerce foot ball
eleven, ha -n developing .ome nv
plays during the last week and th ath
jletes are showing up In, flnB. shape. The
urummond-Burford men are preparing
for th Missouri Valley High school
game which wlU bo played here.
Commercial played a acoreless tie with
Missouri Vslley several weeka ago, but
the locale have n doped out that they
will pull (he long end. of the string this
time.. The game wlU probably be staged
on Creigfaton field.
T0WNSEND JUNIORS WANT
TO PLAY 0UT0F THE CITY
Tha Townsend Juniors, on 0f the new
organlxatlona of the Commercial Basket
Ball league, would like to get In touch
with aome out-of-town quintets. The bas
ket toasers have had several practices
at the I'nlversty of Omaha gvmnaa urn
and would Ilk to demonstrate their abil
ities. The team la composed chiefly of
high school students. Walter Gamier
manager, can be reached at 15H Farnam.
or call Douglas 870.
O'BRIEN DONATES LOVING
CUP snPPPR wimmfdc
J. O'Brien of tha Hon.h.. w.i :
nas aonated a
big loving cup which will !
o th winner, of th. Omaha-Sioux
:Z. "r .b"'- U -h"o to
" ".our.M p'rt th
should be an added Incentive for the
athletea and as a result a "rlppln" gam
should be staged.
Tarner tirade A. A. IT
ui ymTeur Athletic
trM Annual t s i
succeeds Alfred J. LaUe. 1r.. nt ft..
- - w vuinviiiiiin nai lAilau
George K. Pawling . of Phli.. inKTT 1.1
the only candblai to ooooui -f,, ?"
the voting. Th vot
waa: Turnor. So;
kt nrmr Aaralau
Jennie Miner. n.vi. t.
writ.: "I can truthfully aay Foley Ca
thartlo Tablets ar th beat I var used.
They are so mild la action. I toel like
I hav twea mads over again." Oood
health has no greater enemy than con
stipation. Foley Cathartio Tablets keep
th .ton-acb sweet, liver active, bowels
regular and banlah blllousneas. alca
headaches, sour stomach. Stout Persons
welcome the light, f r feeling thsy give.
Sold every when. Advertlseueut
fnpyrlght. itl, Tntnmattnnal
News Knr1c. Registered U.
. THEY VEEKT
TO ?PEAK OP
rrt A, VOMDER
OMAHA EAGER TO
WIN OYER TARKIO
Scarlet and Black Athletes Hope to
Wind Up the Season at Home
. with a Victory.
DELA1IATEE IS HARD MASTER
, Coach DeLrfimatre of th University of
Omaha Is putting his team through stren
uous practice for tha contest with Tarklo
her Thursday. Tarklo will b th final
home gam for th 1ooal school, and D
Lamaire, as well aa tha student body,
are determined that tha game result Id
a victory 'for th Scarlet and. Black.
' Not for soma time bava tha prospects
been better, for a victory. Th entire
team ' Is In the pink of condition, not
withstanding tha hard game played
arainst Kearney Normal last' Friday. Ail
the regulars will be in th game, tha
first time this season. '
' The last few .weeka have shown, a re
markable' Improvement in tha Omaha
team. Th 'lino 'has. been strengthened
and a strong offensive built,
Another department of the game that
DeLamatr has been training h.a men In
la In breaking up forward . parses. Th
Omaha team haa had hard hick in break,
up the.' acrlul attack of their enemies.
which In several games ended disastrously
for tha Scarlet and Black. '
The Tarklo team whloh comes here has
been winner of the Missouri Inter--ol-legiata
association for th last two a-
The Missouriana ar repuieo. 10 nave om
of the strongest toama In years, having
nearly the same lineup as ast season.
Th contest will take p)o at Cbrl
Lyck jark at o'clock.
s i i '.. . ;
. Make the Trip West
for Pasadena Game
LINCOLN.. Nov. 1B.-Th University of
Nebraska Athletic board at a meeting
this evening gave Its consent to the trip
of th Nobrfcsks foot ball team to
Pasadena, Cal., for a gam on Nw
Tear's day. The Invitation cam last
week from a committee at Pasadena,
saying the Nebraska playera would prob
ably be pitted agalnat th Washington
State university team. Chancellor Avery,
to whom the telegraphic invitation was
sent, has already announoed his ap
proval. ;lt' will bei necessary to secure a waiver
of the 'rules by th Missouri Valley con
ference, of which Nebraska Is a mem
ber, befor a ' formal acceptance can b
given, aa well : as assurance that th
Washington Rate team abides by Mis
souri Valley rules of playing. Coach
Ptiehm said thin evening that th play
ers and h'mnelf wero enthusiastically In
favor of making th trip, and th Corn-
huakera would be kept In' condition for
I he gam.
PORTLAND MAY BE DROPPED
FROM PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
. BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 15. Directors
of th Pacific Coast league passed a res
olution today at the closing session of
th annual meeting that unless "satisfac
tory ratea could be aecured from tha rail
roads" Portland' would be' dropped from
the league next year. Judge W. W. Ms
Credle, president of tha Portland club,
It was stated, voted against tha resolu
tion. The Wt annual meeting waa or
dered held at Salt Lake City, Utah. '
WOULD LIKE A COMBAT
The North Twentieth street Merchant
would like to hav a gam with any 125
pound eleven In th city next Sunday.
Th Merchants would especially Ilka to
tackle the Montclalra. Rudolph C. Renter
at Vebter 873 will make th. arrange-
Wakefield Wlaa treat Lawrel.
WAKEFIELD. Neb.. Nov. IV (P.
etal.) Wakefield easily defeated Laurel
Baturday In a one-aided game, using
practically all their aub.ititutea. and
switching players' positions, affurdlug
amusement for the fans. Tha soore waa
M to a Wakefield haa trimmed every
thing In sight and without doubt has
th fastest club in this territory.
FIRE INSPECTORS CALLED
TO PROBE THREE BLAZES
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. U.-tSpecUI.)-Thra
flrsa In th. .tat. recently hav. called for
the fir commlaslon to mak lavesttxa
tlons. and this morning Fir Commit
loner Rldgell started for Fremont, where
ha will Investtgat. a fir. there. Inspector
Keiuarte wi-nt to Anselroo ta see what
he aould dtsoover regarding a fire there
yesterday wbkh appears to be sutpiclous,
and Inspector McArdle haa gone to Ne
braska City to Invsstlgat. a fir at that
OMAHA, TUESDAY, XOVKMDKU 16, 1915
HE VAJ2 CfVFoer
VATH LACE CORTAlr-iJ
r" r UHtW THAT
VAJZ TOO LOtic, FER
' HER IT VA17 rsBA.x-
K Oh the, ;Rourio-
Villistas and Yaqui
Indians Said to Be
NOQALFS. Arts.. , Nov. 15. Carlos
Randall, Villa governor of Ronora, an
nounoed today that General Villa and the
Taqul Chief Urbalejo had attacked Her
mosillo today with their combined forces.
The last Villa troops evacuated Naco
yesterday. Hermosillo, according to Car
ransa officials. Is occupied by General
Manuel Dlegues. with 1.000 men. Villa is
said to have about ll.ftO men. Including
Urbalejo'a fore of LG00 Tsquis.
Carlo Linns, who claims to be an
American cltlsen from El Paso, waa held
by United States military authorities
her today on complaint of Carranxa of
ficials, who declare Linna was a Villa
officer. - Linns asserted be was a buyer
DOUGLAS. Nov. 16.-Oeneral Obregon.
with approximately "7.000 Infantry, cavalry
and artillery left Naco this morning, ac
cording to reports at the headquarters of
General Callea at Agua rteta. He plans
to attack General Villa and will endeavor
to prevent an alleged mobilisation of
Villa troops In Sinora river valley.
Two thousand Carranaa' cavalry ar en
route today at Agua Prleta to Nacosari
by train. From Nacosari they will take
th field In th Sonora river valley, ac
cording to General Calles, as part of the
movement Initiated today by Ob-egon.
Italians Drop Bombs
on Rail Stations of
, Four Austrian towns
" ROMT3. ITov. 14. (Via Paris. Nov. 15.)-
Tn following official sTatement was Is
sued today at th headquarters of th
Italian general staff:
In th Ledro valley from the slopes of
Noasolo, from Montes Pari. Ptmnflnrn
and Roccetta, enemy artillery opened an
Intense fir against our positions, also
throwing Inflammable shells on Besxecco
and Plev Dt Ledro without, however,
damaging our solid defenses.
"On th Tyrol-Trentlno front and in
Carnla there wer no Important develon.
"On tha Isonso front our action con
tinues yesterday. We progressed on
jarorecx, m th Plesso Basin, and on
th heights northwest of Gorlxla.
"On th Card no plateau we have tak.n
strong entrenchments called Delia
rrascne, to th southwest of San
"Our aaroDlanea on tha lth natwllh.
atanding bad weather, mad successful
rajas over th Carso. Thy bombarded
th railroad Stations at Ralrairbers-. Run
Daniels, Syop and DottogUno and long
line, of trains standing the stations.
Twenty enemy machines of the Albatross
iyp ana on or the Avlatlk type, which
Wer. met on th wsv. were nut to fllvht
by machine gun fir.' Our machlnea re
turned undamaged." . -
Labels on Whisky
is Held to Be Valid
WASHINGTON. Nov. 15. -The supreme
court held today that a man who ships
liquor from on state to another without
labelling It aa such In violation of the
law. may be prosecuted In either state.
It reversed th judgment of the Kansas
federal court, which quashed an indict
ment agalnat Joseph Freeman and re
manded th case for prosecution. Free
man waa charged with shipping trunks
full of liquor unlsballed from Joplln, Mo.,
to Cherokee, Kan.
A non-transferrable railroad mileage
book, sold Under conditions that It would
be forefelted If presented by any other
th original purchaser, may not o for
feited if presented by the purchaser him
self for transportation of another per
aon. th supreme court held today. In a
case arising In South Carolina, where
th railroad forfeited a mileage ticket a
man presented for transportation of his
wife. r. , .
: 'of Grain'frbm
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. U.-What la
probably tha greatest movement of grain
th country haa ever witnessed Is now
In progress. In Philadelphia, not only
ar all the elevators filled to their ut
most capacity, but there are many mor
thaa a thousand cars of grain on th
railroad tracks, awaiting their turn to
discharge as soon aa th fleet of steam
er arriving la ballast from Europe re
lieve th elevators of th X.OOO.OuO bushels
now stored In them.
In all. th westward bound fleet, headed
for Philadelphia, baa a carrying capacity
of more than t.Vii.OM bushels.
Ocean freight rates continue to ad
vance dally. Rumors are current that
the Italian government will soon call
many of Us vessels home tor war pur
poses. This would Intensify the lack of
tonnage, wltk corresponding lnoreas In
II X- I I I TKlw TLlR-r -J-v I I
HOW DID MR.
HICKEX - THE
I i THAT
ONK THAT'S TO
Ai Krng Remembers the Boys Who
Won the Local Amateur
LEAGUE OFFICIALS PRESENT
It was some banquet that Al Krug and
th Krug Prewlng company gave Johnny
Dennlson's Luxus ball team last night
at the Paxton hotel. The Luxus team won
the amateur championship of Omaha and
also defeated Duluth In th first gam
of th Inter-clty series, but waa beaten
by Cleveland at the sixth city In the
semi-finals of tha championship aeries by
nine Cleveland ball playera and 100.000
In recognition of what th Luxus team
had don Krug gave th banquet aa a
windup of th year. All Of th present
team will be back next year to carry the
Luxus colors again, but Krug decided
that Dennlson's nine had performed
mightily this year and as a result he
gave th blow-out last night
' Officials of th amateur base ball asso
ciation Including Louis Cook, J. J. Isaac
son and Fred S. Hunter made short talks.
Johnny Dennison, manager of the Luxus
team, and Al Krug also addressed th
An Impromptu cabaret snow with sev
eral professionals and those talented
members of the Luxus singing and danc
ing specialists provided th entertain
ment for the evening. Guy Holland, the
famous yodler. was on hand, aa also waa
his seven-carat diamond ring. Ernie
Rushenberg, Gene Melady, Jake Isaacson,
Al Hachten and others were right In the
swim when It came to adding to tha en
tertainment. Among those present wer Al Krug,
Louis Cook, J. J. Isaacson, Fred 8. Hun
ter, All Hachten, Ernie Rushenberg, Guy
Holland, Art Dyck, Chick Farley, Pip
Cooke, Ed Mlnlkus, Phil Tracey, Turk
Smith, Jim Melady, Gen Melady, John
Dennison and Doc Caughltn. .
Change of Venue
TRINIDAD, Colo., Nov. 15.-A wek In
which to file a motion for a Chang of
venue of all cases charging officials and
membera of th United Mine Workers of
America with Crimea growing out of dis
turbances during the Colorado coal min
ers' strike was granted In district court
today. An additional week in which to
fit an answer waa granted counsel for
the prosecution. A ruling on th motion
is expected during December.
William Diamond, personal representa
tive of President John D. White during
th strike; Frank T. Miner and William
Snyder, international organisers, and
Robert Ulrlch, president of the Trinidad
union, ar among th mine union offi
cials facing trial.
PARIS, Nov. 15. "My views ar' in en
tire agreement with yours as to th
neceaalty of a new diplomacy as a result
of this terrible war," aays Theodore
Roosevent, In a letter to Stephen Plchon,
formr foreign minister, aa published to
day In the Petit Journal, "but that
diplomacy must be based oiy a new
aystem of International governmental
action, which In Its terms must be built
on greater solidarity of International
opinion, as least so far aa certain kinds
of national and International misdeeds
Colonel Roosevelt la quoted further aa
aaylng that a great nation worthy of
tha same must prepare Itself so as to be
able to employ Its power ss an instrument
of supreme Justice and that h Is at
tempting to Indue the United States to
put Into action Its lntellecual and moral
U. S. NICHOLAS GETS
GENEVA. Nov. 16. (Special)-At th
primary election for postmaster last Sat
urday only about one-fourth of th vote
wer polled. W. A. Nichols won, with 137;
Irvte T. Puller. 49; H. P. Wilson. S: M ss
Little Dresent Doatmuter. 1. I
A ate) Owlfr Aikra for l)ain.
SHENANDOAH. Ia.. Nov. U As a re
sult of a collosion between a spring
wagon, driven by . Henry Hawk, and tha
large automobile of J. J. Doty, driven by
bis son. Forrest, who is a student at
Culver Military academy at Culver. Ind.,
Hawk has brought suit for l.oo dam
ago against Mr. Doty. .
Doan Rearrvea Wit at flay Tester.
CLAY CENTER, Neb.. Nov. 15. Bp
elal.) Th Doan Reserve defeated a
team composed . of Clay Center High
school and town team playera by a score
of U ta , Saturday aflarnoon op th
The Bee by George McManus
Woman Who Shot
Lover Dying of Self
FINDLAT. O., Nov. 15. Physicians to
day held out no hope for the recovery of
lther Norris H. Powell, . nor Miss
Ada Warner, , his sweetheart, who
Saturday ntght shot him and then cut
her own throat when he refused to marry
her after aha entered hla home near mid
night and demanded at tha point of a
gun that be take her for his wife.
Powell la at tha horn of a nearby
relative with a bullet In hla lungs. He
ran there In his night clothes after he
had been shot and fell unconscious on
the floor after telling of the tragedy.
Miss Warner Is at tha Home . of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. . John Wamer,
twelve stitches having closed the wounds
In her neck,' which she Inflicted with a
razor. She la being kept under opiates,
for she says she will tear tha stitches
from the wounds at the first opportunity
In her desperation to die.
Body of Tupper
in State at Halifax
HALIFAX, N. a. Nov. 1B.Th body
of Sir Charlea Tupper, a former prime
minister of Canada, la lying In state to
day In tha Nova Scotia provincial parlia
ment building. It waa in tha chamber
her that Sir Charlea won hla first hon
ors as a legislator.
Th body waa brought here today on a
special train from Quebec, where It had
been landed from th steamer which
brought It from England; A large number
of elderly men . and women who had
known the dead statesman for many
years wer In th throng that filed past
Tha funeral will take place tomorrow
Failure, Says Sofia
BERLIN. Nov. IB. (By "Wireless to Say
vllle.) "Report from Sofia say that
Earl Kitchener's mission has made no
Impression, sine It la impossible for the
British to obtain any Important advan
tages at th Dardanelles or In Macedo
nia," says th Overseas News Agency.
"General opinion la that Kitchener was
sent to the orient as a scapegoat on ac
count of th British failure."
SEVEN HUNDRED POUNDS
OF BUTTER FAT IN YEAR
DULUTH., Nov. 15. Jean Duluth Pear
of a local farm haa established a new
world's record for red poll cattle In the
1916 club contest' by scoring more 700
pounds of butter fat In on season. Pear,
mother of Jean Duluth Pear, formerly
held th world's record for th breed
with scores of SOS and S10.
Th record of Jean Duluth Pear waa
made under th supervision of th Uni
versity of Minnesota. Two mllklngs are
atlll to b tested to complete the cow's
year and these will bring tha average
above 700 pounds, at which it stood this
morning. No unusual feeding was per.
mltted during the test
Us Th Bee's "Swapper" column.
Yes; S. S.S. Is Purely Vegetable
Nature's Safe Blood. Treatment
Known for SO Year Aa the Beat
Itrinedy for Ithenmatlam, Catarrh,
Scrofula, Hkln Disease.
Sc'.eTitlsts have discovered that the
foreat and the field, are abundantly
aupplled with vegetation of various
kinds that furnish tha ingredients
for making a remedy for practically
very ill and ailment of mankind.
Medicines made from roota. herbs
and barks which Natura haa placed
at the disposal of man. are better
than atrong mineral mixtures and
concoctions. Mineral medicines work
dangerously on the delicate parts of
the aystem, especially the stomach
and bowels, by eating out the lining
membrane, producing chronic dys
pepsia and often entirely ruining
1 Beaten at Isonzo
BERLIN, Nov. 15. (By Wireless to Say
vllle.) An interview attributed to Gen
era Borovltch of the Austrian army on
the Italian front was given out today as
follows by the Overseas News Agency:
"I maintain all positions as I took
charge of them when the war waa begin
ning. "The third battle of tha Isonio may be
considered as having virtually terminated,
which means it was lost by the Italians.
They fought bravely at times, especially
in their vain attempts to capture tha
bridgehead at Gorlxla. The Italian In
fantry used thirty-four centimeter shells
for the first time. Generally speaking,
their artillery did good work, as was
demonstrated by the series of holes made
before our front by their shells. .
"While the bombardment was on the
Austro-Hungarlan troops did not move
from their positions. When th artillery
ceased firing the Italian soldiers, who'
had been told that the Austrian and Hun
garian soldiers had been killed, advanoed
to within a small distance of our posi
tions. Then w opened fir. Not one
Italian reached our main trenches. Those
who did not fall retreated."
THE FLAVOR OF
"SPEAR HEAD" '
A Chew That Has Been Famous for
a Third of a Century "
HAS THE RICH RED BURLET TASTE
Che win? is the only way to get the
rich taste of the tobacco leaf. And
the ot.!y form of tobicco in which you
get the leaf as Nature made it is the
A chew of Spear Head plug tobacco
has a wonderful flavor ' such- as you
never did and never will taste in any
That Spear Head flavor is tiniqtie,
mellow, fruity, everlastingly delicious
Spear Head has been famous for a
third of a century as the richest, tasti
est of chews.
It's made of aun-rtnmeri rrt Knr.
ley. And it's produced by the most
modern methods, which develop" the
luscious flavor of ' the leaf to the su
It is safeguarded at every step In its
making. , The factory is clean and san
itarythe processes are pure-food pro
cesses. When the choice red Burley has keen
pressed into mellow, sweet Spear Head
plugs you have a chew, that simply can't
Spear Head !s the high-quality chew
of the world.
Try Spear Head you'll never again
ie satisfied with any oher chew. In
;c and 10c cuts.
S. 8. S. Is guaranteed to be a
purely vegetable remedy. It Is made
entirely of gentle-acting, healing, pu
rifying roota, herbs and barks, pos
sessing properties that build up all
parts of the aystem. In addition to
removing all impurities and poisons
from the blood. 8. 8. 8. is a safe
treatment for Rheumatism, Catarrh,
Scrofula, Sorea and Ulcers, Skin Dis
eases, Contagloua Blood Poison, and
all disorders of the blood. It cleanses
the entire system and lt'a perman
ent. Get 8. 8. 8. at any drug store,
8. 8. 8. Is a standard remedy recog
nised everywhere aa the greatest
blood anttdote ever discovered, if
yours is a peculiar case write to 8.
8. 8. Co., Atlanta. Ga,
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