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1G THE 1XDIAXAP0LIS STAK, SATURDAY, MARCH .3, 1923. Seven Basket Teams Remain in Local Tourney -W. HI.AIXE PATTdX, KDITOR T.. M. KTAM.KT, HAM1KRT VAXHOHX, ASSISTANTS- SPORTS AND TECH SURVIVE . FIRST DAY'S PLAY Broad Ripple Moves Into Semi-Final Round as Result of Vic- tory Over Oaklandon Five in Final Night Game. TODAY'S MORNING CLASHES PROMISE FEATURE MATCHES I EVEN teams remain in the running in the Indianapolis basket hall sectional tournament as a result of yesterday's play at the Coliseum, .every game of the first rojuul and one contest in the second having been played. Manual, Technical, Shortridge, Broad Ripple, Ben Davis, Valley Mills and Cumberland will compete today and every team except Broad Rippje will enter the second round of competition.' Broad Ripple won its way into the semi-finals last night by its victory over Oaklandon. What appear to be among the best games of the tourney will be played this morning when Manual meets Shortridge, Technical plays Valley Mills and Ben Davis squares off with Cumberland. The winners of these games will advance to the semi-finals, the victor of the Man-ual-Shortridge tilt playing Broad Ripple and the Tech-Valley Mills winner playing the winner of the Ben' Davis-Cumberland contest. Valley Mills showed itself to be one of the strongest teams In the section in its contest with Castleton last niRht and although its strongest combination Played but a short time the Valley five won, 27 to 20. The winners led, 17 to 5. at the hrtlf but accurate long distance shooting of Reaver and Tate in the second half as well as Heaver's work at the foul line threatened the Today's Schedule. SKCOXI) KOlMt. a. in. Manual vs. Short ly OO ridne. lO:O0 a. rn. Ben Davis vs. Cumberland. 11:00 a. m. Technical vs. Valley Mills. SEMJ-FINAL KOUXD. 2 j. m. Broad Hippie vs. Winner 9:00 a. m. 3:00 p. in. Winner 10:00 a. m. vs. winner 1 1 :(0 a. in. H.MI p. in. Winner 2:00 p. in. vs. winner 8:00 p. in. nHey lrad. "With thn score, 2.1 to 20, however, SU'whpI and Thornbftriy wre ru.iheri back into tlie Rama and quickly pulled the out of th flrn. Kroad Ripple found little trouble in downing Oaklandim by a score of 34 to l.'i. Th wirmiTM pot ;iwm to a ulav st;irt but with tlu first period half pone th1 Ripple attack or;aniz;d and ran up the lead to 11 to fi. before tha session ended. The Broad Ripple team work was too much for Oaklandon in the second half and the wlnne.-.s worked the ball well under the basket for easy shots. Wade was on the shooting end of most of these advances while Overby and Parr also contributed wtih nela goals. Unup and Summaries. Tlroad Ripple 1 3 1 1. ntikUnrion M3). Jnckmnn Kr rwanl Lynch Parr , Forward M c( 'ord Wade. , 'enter Meek ley ()Tly fkiard onnhnrker Brown (ard K. 4'e fern .Substitution!! Rlynn for .larknian, l.cwlv fur i'an, Mi'vpm for Hrown, McConnpi for M.-i-nni, MrCfinl fnc l.yinh. KJW! xoala Jiickman, I'arr, 3; Wade, h ; viTlty, 4 I.vih h. L': Mi'Ciinl. McOmiifl. Ofl'n ti luck PI P ( Mil a,r.Hn ,l:trknuin, H out of 11; Lynch. 3 out of 5. Unrr"' -UrHper. Valley Mills Steward H'hml tziiiR Thornht't rv . . . .r. Hecrly Martin (27). Castleton (2ft). . Korward Heaver Forward Caldwell . . Vnter Tata , . Cuard Ilimsell (iuard Mornoj Huhstlt utlons Pa rsons for Steward. D. Seerly for Tlmrn b-rrv. .Steward for Hehmlt-zliia. Thorn Itfrrv fr .1. Serlv. I'urhnm for KnMsell. Field iruals Steward 4, H- hndt-zlus 4. J. Seerl v 2, I . Seerlv, Hurt in fif. Reaver 3, Caldwell 2. Tate, Durham. Foul froalA Steward, 3 out of 4 ; Beaver. 6 out of 7. AI-TKRNOOW i.IKS. Cumberland Drovidd t he first unst of the tourney In the second ffam of the a ft or noon session bv defeat In ar the bfsr Sou t h port ti'Hin In a hard fought frame, 11 to 17. Cumbpra Ind not away to an e 1Kb t-point laii ur I v in the Kame and alihnuRli Soul h port tied the score hp vera I times in t he seeond half, the earl v ad-viintaep never whh oveteome. Technical. Short rid Re and Ren Da vis were the ot her winners oi ttio arternoon. ine rormer oe-insf pushed tn the limit to remain in the tourney, while the other two were easy victor. The Tech-West Newton jrame was close- 1 (ONTIMKII OX IWOE KLKVKV. Basket Ball Five to Meet Chicago Relay Squad Goes to Illinois. Special to The Indianapolis Star. I.AFAYKTTE, Ind., March 2. Three Purdue teams will participate In important contests tomorrow. The basket ball team will entertain the home crowd ; with Chicago as the opponents. A relay team and two Individuals will par-; tlcipate in the Illinois relay carnival fit Urbana. Poach CMevett will take his K.vmnnstie lf;iui to Indianapolis to t n kr part In the state championship contest held by the North American i.yiiHsium . college. Coach Ianibert in order to avoid any possibility of his basket ball players poiiiK stale called off the workout for, today and barred the men from witnessing any of the seclional hitfh school j games. The men are playing- better ball now than they have for some time and1 supporters are counting on them lo take the three remaining games on the rhndiilp. Hnlwenln and Rohbins. for wards; OtJll ion, center: Rohbins and Wellman, guards will be coach Lamberts choice to start the game. Krliiy Team Selected. Coach O'Connor will start. Watson, Young, (jross and Murphy in the medley relay race at Illinois. The first two men will run a quarter apiece, the, next a half and the last a mile. When Harrison failed to remove his condition It blasted Purdue's chance of entering a team In the four-mile relay. The. Holler Makers pushed Illinois in this event twice last year, eaeh time a record was broken. Tykle will take part in the seventy-A ve-yard dash and Pence will participate In the high Jump. Tho gymnastic entries for the meet tomorrow imdude Koster. (leuple and Gleason In the horizontal bar ; Bech-erer, Kudy and Koster, side horse; Cam-mark, Geuple and Koster, parallel bars; Koster and Gleason, flying rings; Kudy, Gleason and Blowers, tumbling; J -tech -erer, Indian club swinging. Purdue took second last year, with practically the same team. The Roller Makers have three dual meets to their credit this year and are expected to give the other teams a hard run for first place. The Stars Sport Page Leads the Field WHEN It comes to the news in the wdrld of sports, sizzling hot off the wire, whether it be basket ball, baseball, boxing, bowling, tennis, golf your best bet for firsthand information is the morning newspaper. An excellent illustration is offered in this morning's issue of The Star, as compared with the last edition of the Indianapolis News (afternoon), in the case of the state championship basket ball tournament being conducted in forty-eight playing centers. The last pdition of the News carried only a small portion of the results in but a very few of these forty-eight sectional centers. Contrast this with what appears in The Star and note the difference. If You Are Interested in Sports The Star Should Be Your Morning Visitor SIKI EN ROUTE TO DUBLIN. OUKHROURG, March 2. "Battling" Kilti, who is to fight Mike McTlgue, middleweight champion of ('annda, in Dublin on St. Patrick's day, arrived here from Paris this evening on his way to Ireland, to et in Motulition for the bout. Pikl Hfiyn he it determined to leave here Sunday on board the American steamer President A 'tarns for Queenstowa. BOSTON LEAGUE CLUBS HEAD FOR SPRING CAMPS BOSTON', Mass., March 2. Both Boston major league eluhs ntarted for the South today. The Braves aet out for 8t. Peters-burn. Kla.. in chat-Re of .Manager Fred Mi t r hell, Christy Mathewaon, new pari -ownpr and president of the club will not ffo South hfmsel f. In the next few days it Ih expected he will 1 ako active nego-t iff t inns with Stuffy Mc Innis, released by th Cleveland Americans, to play first baMA for the Braves. Kra nk ha nee, new manager of the Red Kox. headed that club's battery men on the trip to Hot Springs. Ark. WAGNER RETAINS LITTLE. NEW YORK:, March 2. Miss Marin Wagner of New York today retained her title as metropolitan Indoor women's tennis champion hv defeat In tr Mrs. Charles V. Hitchfna, Mexican title holder, In the final round, 6-1, 6-0. FERN GREEN the most refreshln et, soothing; preen ever shown In a hat. It Is absolutely new and must be seen to be fully appreciated. T,et us send vou a fern rep.n hat parrel post, prepaid. Write for the BY-WORD or the TOPLBT. If you still don't like the color when you see It. send it hack at our expense. It costs Lou nomine to evinson by mall. ' i . MEN- our vJprihg; Opening starts today 5 1 J VOv:' ' 1 .ax-' You need a NEW hat! Old King "Lid" is dead long- live the new spring hat ! Let's "dish" the old sooty winter hat and keep pace with Nature! Levinson's Spring Opening is ON. Don't be a blot on Nature's new Spring page. Levinson's Spring Opening is an "institution." It is the forerunner of brighter, happier times balmy days bursting buds returning birds a time when the blood begins to race and the step gets springv and light. You need a NEW hat! This is the greatest spring opening of our career. It is the biggest hat opportunity we have ever offered. Prices on raw materials have advanced SHARPLY BUT THERE IS NO INCREASE IN OUR PRICE TO YOU, because we bought way ahead of price advances. THE SAVING IS PASSED ON TO YOU! You are protected. Our prices are still $2.50 and $3.50. And you won't find better style, better MADE hats, or newer color selections at one-third to one-half more than we ask! We offer you the greatest selections of "what-will-be-good-this-spring" at the lowest possible prices. The man who wears a Levinson Spring Hat will be singled out as a man of good taste and distinction. Remember, Easter is Early. Early buying means SATISFACTION. Local Quintet to Play Five Games in Six Days. A strenuous program is on the schedule for the Indinnapolis Omars for the next few flays, according to an announcement made last night by Manager Puckett. Akron will be played at Akron tonight; the Em-Roes at the Y. M. C. A. next Tuesday night; the Kew loi'K Celts at Tomlinson hall next Wednesday night, followed by a game at Cleveland with the same club the following day and the Chicago Maroons at Chicago next Friday and Saturday. Players who will appear in these games for the Omars are Kirkhoff. Hinkle, Volmer, ex-Chicago university stars; Mansfield, ex-Anderson high high school all-state center selection-Miller and White, ex-Purdue, and Hennessey. The world's champion Celts, who appear here next Wednesday, have stipulated in their contract that Beckman, l,eonard and Barry will be here ready to play. These three superstars failed to come with the team on its lirst invasion to this city in which the Omars won. In addition Haggerty and Holnian will be in the lineup for the visitors. When lhes: two teams played at Cleveland last week for two games what Is said to be a world's record crowd for basket ball was established. The attendance figures . were 2.'i,70-. Both games were won by the Celts by margins of one point. In Indianapolis the Omars defeated the Celts by a margin of four points In their first meeting. The Veterans of Foreign Wars are staging the game here March 7. TO PLAY CELTS FIVE Coach Wagner Says Schedule Is Closed Until Next October. Special to The Indianapolis Siar. FRANKLIN, Ind., March 2. Coach Griz Wagner today declined an invitation to meet the Celts, an independent team of New York, calming the world's championship, at Cleveland, O. The game was suggested for Tuesday night of next week, but for two ' reasons Coach Wagner deemed it- advisable to decline the invitation. In the first place, the Baptist team has gone through a hard schedule and It is hardly fair to ask the men to continue their playing season. Then again, the only possible date for the game would be next Tuesday, and this would be an inopportune time for the local players to be out of school and about the only thing Franklin could hpe to gain from the tilt would be a financial profit. Receives Numerous Invitations. The invittaion to meet the Celts Is only one of the many requests that have been coming to Coach Wagner. An invitation was received this morning to participate in the tournament being held In Kansas City, under the auspices of the Kansas City Athletic Club. Huntington college has asked for a game there in the near future, this request Including a petition signed by a majority, of business men In Huntington urging Coach Wagner to meet their team. Coach Wagner, however, -has refused to consider any post-season games. "Our schedule is closed until next October, said Coach Wagner. JAPANESE TENNIS .PLAYERS ENTER DAVIS CUP LISTS UPSETS FEATURE THIRD ROUND PLAY IN TENNIS TOURNEY PHILADELPHIA, Pa., March 2. Two upsets featured the third round play In the Middle states Indoor tennis championship today when Leonard Beekman of New York eliminated Wallace F. Johnson, runner-up for the national title In 1921. in straight sets, 7-5. U-3, and Harold Throckmorton, also of New York, defeated Alex D. Thayer, local star, 6-2. 6-2. William T. Tilden II, national cham; pion, eliminated Stanley W. Pearson, Philadelphia, in straight sets. 6-2, 6-2. Tilden played a steady game and at no time was forced to extend himself. Watson Washburn of New York defeated Henry Norvell of Philadelphia, 0-1, fl-0, in his first match in the tourna ment. Washburn had drawn a bye in the first round, and won his second round match by default. In the other thirdrround matches, Carl Fischer, Middle states outdoor champion, won from John Haynes of Philadelphia by default, and Herbert Bowman of New York defeated Harold Lane, Philadelphia, (-4, (1-1. MOLLA MALLORY DEFEATED IN TENNIS SINGLES PLAY MONTE CARLO. March 2. (I. N. S.) Mrs. Molla Bjurstedt Mallory, the American tennla champion, wax defeated in the singiea today In the Monte Carlo, tnurnmr ment. She wan beaten by Mm. Ratter-thwatte of England, by the scores of 6-2 and 6-1. Mrs. Mallory ha been ptaying in poor and erratic form ever since the tournament. There was a record-breaking crowd firesent today. Weather conditions were deal. Mrs. Mallory wan scheduled to play again in the afternoon in the doubles, teamed up with MiM Hewitt Mile, Suzanne I.enplen. the French champion, and Mfss Ryan. Pinky Crosby and Johnny Rose to Meet in Main Go White to Box DeValt. . The moxing show to be staged by the entertainment committee of the" Marlon Club for next Monday night was announced by Matchmaker Jack Stevens last night. For the headliner of the bill. Pinky Crosby, Franklin middleweight, will meet Johnny Rose of St. Paul, Minn., over the ten-round route. The semi-wlndup of eight rounds will bring Tommy White and Jack DeValt, both local lightweights, together in eight rounds. Ray Walsh and Tommy Britt. have been matched for six rounds at 128 pounds. Bobby McGovern and Eddie English will open the show in a four-round engagement at 120 pounds. The entertainment will be open to club members and their friends. It will be the fourth show staged at the club this winter and plenty of action is promised. The three other mitt contests made good. KINNEY FORWARDS CONTRACT. PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. March 2. Walter Kinney, southpaw pitcher recently rein- tatArt hv rnmmlintnnBr V U T 11. lias forwarded his signed contract to Manager Mack of the Philadelphia Americans, it was reported todav from tho Athletics training camp at Montgomery, Ala. Kinney, who jumped the Athletiis in 1920, to an outlaw club in western Pennsylvania, wired Mack that he would leave Newport Beach, Cal., today - for Montgomery. Race Results. AT HAVANA. Race (6 furlongs) Humpy, Ilk The NOBBY for the young fellow. Small shaped, low crown. Ideal for popular diamond - shaped crown. Comes in pearl pray with black band, light brown, medium brown and light gray-preen. '2.50 The BY-WORD is one of our two feature hats for spring. A smart hat in stylish blocks for the business man who wanls individuality in a hat. Pearl pray with black band, nutmeg brown, fern (rrecn and stone gray. 3.50 The CONTRACT is a medium large fehape. A staple hat with lots of character. An unusual value in this style hat. Shown in black, golden brown, pearl gray with black band and dark (fog) gray. 3.50 The TOPLEY (shown above from life) conies in the season's newest shade fern green. A feature hat full of smartness and snap. Also conies in nutmeg, pearl gray with black band and light tan with dark brown b "a '3.50 First (Mcl)ermott), 6 to 1. 6 to 1, 6 to 6: Walter Whltaker, 116 (Hunseker), 4 to 1, 2 to 1; Uncle Sonny, 110 (Williams), 1 to 5. Time, 1:14. Fashion Oirl, Commodore In. graham, Kama, Harold K, Chevaliei. Klneto, Tohln Rote and McMurphy also ran. Second Race (Hi furlongs) The Gaff, 111 (Brunner), 3 to 1. even, 1 to 2; Violet Mersereau, 101 (Alonzo), 6 to 2, 6 to 6; The Ulster, 111 (Nolpn), 4 to 5. Time, 1:08 2-5. Virgle K, Midday, Eastern Star, Sweet Cookie, Illusionist and Jennie C also ran. Third Race (514 furlongs) Toney Sue, 95 (Milnerh even. 2 to ft. 1 to 5: Spodh. 100 (Stutts), 6 to 5. 1 to 2: Hullo, 103 (Gross), 8 to 5. Time, 1:07 4-5. Koran, Titanla, Han Diego, Mi'Lane and Ras also ran. Fourth Race (6 furlongs) Far East, 10 (Taylor), 7 to 1, 2 to 1, 3 to 6; Kally-new, 111 (Fields), 1 to 5, 1 to 10; Miss Caltha. 106 (Burns), 2 to 6. Time. 1:13 4-6. Quanah, Advanne and Chow also ran. Fifth Race (1 mile and 60 yards) Gratlan, 105 (Burns), 5 to 2, even, 1 to 2; Homan, 106 (Stutts), 7 to 5, 7 to 10; Guardsman, 105 (Milner), 7 to 5. Time, 1:45 3-6. Mrs. Grundy, Zoie. Edith K. Montperri, Dr. Shaffer and Wakefield also ran. Sixtn Race (1 mile and 60 yards) Hamau, 1U3 (Stutts), 7 to 6, 1 to 2, 1 to 4; Tamper,-04 (Burns). 7 to 10, 1 to .1; Her-ron. 105 (Taylor), i to 5. Time, 1:13. Approval, Cromwell and Top Kung also ran. AT. NEW OKI.KANS. First Rare (3, furlongs) Bessie Wright, 111 (Kesay). 6 to 1, 2 to 1, even: ttonuMl Girl. 112 (.Smith). even. 1 to 2: B.ssie Hope. 112 (Htlikel. 7 to 6. Time, Gold iviorK. LitRniia. April, Nattle Mav. Ink. iJonitnation, Lasting Love. Gladts V and Belle Island also ran. Seeond Kara (6 furlongs! Anticipate. 115 (Mooney). 7 to 1. 6 to 2. fi to 6:j Y uten, 10S tAoei). j to j. to a; jaeooean, 110 (Doyle). 3 to J. Time. 1:16 Vk. Little Knmper. Maehlavelll, Propaganda, Two Pair. Ukase. The Nephew. Dr. Little. An-hie Alexander and Plain Bill also ran. Third Rare (6 furlongs) A. N. Akin. 115 (Mooney). 6 to 1. 2 to 1. even; Stamp, 108 (Hoarh). 4 to 1. 2 to 1: Prince Wellos, 113 (Swartz), 2 to 5. Time. 1 : 1 B "k . Normandie. Begall. Ticklish. Hereafter. Klrsties Cub. British Liner. RochauMieau. Handv K and Burgoyne also ran. Fourth Rane (6V4 furlongs) Oreus. Ill (Bahln). 3 to 1. even. 2 to 6 : Barracuda. 106 (Romanolli), 7 to 10, 1 to 3; Rnpld Dav, 111 (Owens), 6 to 6. Time. 1:07". Green Gold, Sewell Combs. Saddle and TiAtu n.,4 Tta Unfa r'arafttl nlsn ran Fifth Rare' (I 1-16 miles) Primo. 110 i (Thomas). 12 to 1. 6 to 1. 6 to 2: Hello Panlner. Ill (Mein). 3 to 2, 3 to 6: Our Birthday, 113 (Wallace), even. Time. 1-49. High Gear. Service Star. Quesada. Rokab. Belgian Queen and Attorney Muir a'si!tfhn'Race (H4 miles) Tan Son. 105 (Doyle), 4 to 1, 8 to 6. 4 to 5: The Wit. 104 (Harrington), even. 1 to 2; Moody, 95 (Harvey), 6 to 6. Time. 2:36. Tvranny. Pit. Lord Herbert and Grace Daughe'rty also ran. NEW YORK, March 2. -Japanese ten nls players again have entered the Davis cup lists. Their formal challenge, the sixth so far for the 19L'3 international team competition, was received today by the United States Lawn Tennis Asso ciation. Cable dispatches at the same time carried the announcement that Australia, also had decided to challenge for the trophy, but official advices from tho antipodes had not yet reached the United States Lawn Tennis Association. Japan will play In the American zone. No definite word was received concern ing the personnel of the Nipponese team hut it was understood it will be composed of Ichiya Kumasae, Kenso Shimizu. Seiychiro Kashlo and Fukuto, a new star, who is the present Japanese champion. Fukuto, in the opinion of his teammates, is the most promising youne player developed in Japan in several years. He won the singles title last October from a field which included all of the Nipponese stars with the exception of. Kumagae. GENARO RECEIVES OFFER TO MEET JIMMY WILDE NEW YORK, March 2. ( Aaaociated Press) Offer to met Jimmy Wild of Eng-land, world s champion fly weightbox-er, were under consideration tonight by Prankie Genaro of Xew York, who won . the American Titln last niRht from Pancho j ma ot tne inmppine islands, at Maaiaon Square garden. Alter reruBinsr an orrer rrom an unnamed English promoter to meet Wilde for the world's title in a Tondon ring. Genaro received overtures from two American impresarios. Tex Rickard, who staged last night's match, suggeatd holding a Wilde-Genaro bout at the new Yankee stadium and Tom O'Rourke of the Republican Athletic Club proferred the Polo grounds. NOTRE DAME TEAM LEAVES FOR ILLINOIS SOUTH BEtfD, Ind., March 2. Accompanied by sixteen men Coach Rockne of Notre Dame left here this afternoon for Urbana to compete his team in the Illinois relays. Entrants in the relays will be picked from the following men: Barr, Montague, Walsh, Hamling, Cougniin, O'Hare, Kennedy, Cox. Disney and Barber. Individual entries will be Barr in the dash, Casey and Adam Walsh in the high hurdles, Li eh In the shot put, Hogan in the pole vault, Weeks in the high jump. WRIGHT LEAVES FOB CAMP. GREENSBURG, Ind., March 1. "Bob" Wright of this tity, hurler on the Toledo American Association baseball team, leaves Saturday for Greenwood, Miss.. where he will enter training ror the coming season. Wright has been with the Toledo team for the last two seasons. Last year he got a bad atart, but by tho end of the season was the mainstay of the Mud Hens' twirling staff. He is in fine condition And Is expecting a big season. Half Price $30 "High School" Suits' $15 For Young Men Size, 32 to 35 Spring Caps $11 Sale Price ! All Wool, Satin lined j For Men Young Men and Boys Newest Shapes and Colors Third Floor. The Wm. H. Block Co. i IK. W. il. ESTABLISHED l9fl. OSHOKN. HARRY LEVINSON Pennsylvania St. YOUR HATTER 41 S. Illinois St. Cor. Illinois and Market Sts. BRENDONWOOD WILL HAVE NINE-HOLE GOLF COURSE j Plari8 for a new nine-hole itolf course ; In Brendonwood, northeast of the city, j were announced yesterday by Uwrence V. Sheridan, secretary of tha city plan commission, who is one of the property owners in the community. Construction of a Rolf course was one of the agree- : ments made by Charles S. Lewis, resl ; entate dealer, who developed Brendon wood. Mr. Sheridan's plans call for one of the sportiest short courses In the city. A community and clubhouse and nlnp puttinp jsri-ens are part of the penernl scheme. Kfforts will be made to have the course completed this summer. BUTLER TEAM LEAVES FOR ILLINOIS RELAYS Northnm, Ham. Carawsy. Huber and Kllirnra will represent Butler roller at the Illinois relsvs today. Tha team. a -rompanted hv the coach, left for Urbana vesfrtlay ifternoon. K"enre w. taken j a tha altarnata. Tha Batter team will rompeta in tha mile evant and tha madley rala. ' You Owe IT TO YOVRSEJiF AXD FAMILY AND YOCR F1UKXDS To Get Well Dr. Osborn will guarantee to treat any case he accepts "free of charge" if the disease ever returns after his treatment has been completed. His non-operative methods have proven successful In the treatment" and cure "Without the use of the knife," of Piles, Fistula Fissure . Prostatic fl Enlarge . ments, Rupture. Chronic Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder Obstruction. Rheumatism, Goiter, Stomach. Bowel and all other curable Chronic Diseases. DR. OSBORN SUCCEEDS WHERE OTHERS HAVE FAILED. When I say I can cure, you can depend upon It, for I know from the successful results In thousands of similar cases to yours just what I can accomplish. Grateful patients treated by me are constantly recommending others, and this Is why I possess such a large practice. REMEMBER If you do less than you should, on your farm, at your desk, or in your shop, you are in some way weiK. you can t accomplish all that you expect or hope for, you are the silent sufferer from some hidden disease that affftts one -or more of the im-enters of the body. These neglected, or unknown conditions are usually diseases of the Pelvic System, which reflexly act upon the organs of eliminaUon, digestion and the nervous system which in turn has its influence on the brain. I have made a special study of the Nervous System and have perfected methods that will cure where ordinary methods have failed. I will give you . . . u .,on,inatinn I'RKK. thus riptemilninr the a searenmg anu iuui"u6n . exact location of your trouble. HEAR IN MIND IN DEALING WITH ME you are dealing with one who has been established in Indiana for 2 3 years. One who has a modern and thoroughly equipped office and who is ripe in years of experience, and rich and mature in learning in his chosen specialty; one who will give tne poorest as wen as tne run a i" ictc.yo . ' v. : -. 1 1 Ano. -urlin wfll nnt nceent vnnp CflflA a cure iroui mm m ouian .ufi.t . ..... " v. L - - unless he thoroughly understands it, ana win promise you no more than he can give. I do not use the knife, neither do I do any cut ting. - w Are You Ruptured You need not be told of the 'suffering and agony resulting from the neglect of this awful affliction. You need not be told of the many disappointments and failure to find relief by experimenting with old-fashioned treat ments. DR. OSBORN'S SELF-AD JUSTING RUPTURE APPLL ANCE has proven successful In thousands of cases, why not in your case? THE WAY and the Plan . Every Ruptured man, woman or child who calls to see me will receive while in my office a free trial of Dr. Osborn's Self- Adjusting Rupture Appliance. I Can Help You Now. Tomor row May Be Too Late Come and Get the Proof FREE. It makes no difference what your present pyhsical condition may be or what you have endured in your vain hunt for relief YOU HAVE NOT TRIED DR. OSBORN'S SELF-ADJUSTING APPLIANCE, and you will never be satisfied until you do. W. M. OSBORN, M. D. Third Floor, Traction Terminal Building. Office Hours, 9 to 12 1 to 4, AVedneaday and Saturday, 9 to 12, 1 to 4, 6 to 8; Sunday, 9 to 12 only.

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