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TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS
Boxing was Introduced at South
Tacoma last night by th« Pastime
"AtlhlleUc ciub with foua" bouts.
•The Main event wax (between Joe
Richmond of South Taooma' and
WiHille Vitro of Seattle. It was
declared a draw after 10 rounds.
; Rloh.<monid 'had the better of It If
anything. He scored the only
Ed Terry and Fred Raymond
fought a draw, Harry Jewell de
feated Young Jones, ithe bout be
ing stopped ibecause it was getting
too brutal; George Smith ami Ted
Christian also got at It and after
Smith had hammered- Christian
into a state of helplessness and
was simply fiummel&nig* 'him
around the tins hammering as
he ran this mill was al scwtoi pv I.
The Fidelity Trust bankers de
feated the Pacific National boyß
An t>li« Bankers' Howling league
last night, 2,1 d" to 2,059.
Spencer of the Fidelity tciam
was lilikli man, breaking Into the
200 class with.. 203 In the first
Dine at the Carleton Hotel
Christmas Day. Table d'Hote 11
a. m. to 8 p. m., $1.00. ••*
"Where Good Fellows Meet"
Downstairs, Berlin Bldg., 11th and Pac.
Tickets fur the
Jack Lester, Ed Hagen
Ten-Hound Boxing Content Were Placed on Sale Today
Make your reservations early—Big demand for choice seats.
At the following plaoesi Olympic Club, Prlnce'B Cigar
Store, Sparling's Cigar Store, The Branch, The Mecca, Annex
CONTEST Wllili BK THURSDAY NIGHT.
\ WILLIAMS & ROWLAND, Proprietors "*
The Leading Dealers in Wines and Liquors
Importers and Distributors of Selected Brands of Liquors
Wines, Liqueurs and Cordials
"Old Taylor," the Premier Whisky of Kentucky "Cresta Blanca" and "Mont Rouge" Wines,
for Which We Are Sole Agents. Bottled and in Bulk.
"Old Crow" Whisky. "Virginia Dare," the Native Wine of Virginia
and North Carolina. Bottled at the ViDeyard.
"Hermitage" Whisky. . . , ' .
; „ __ . , The California Wine Association a Choice
"Bond & Lillard" Whisky. Wines and Brandies.
1 "Kentucky Club" Whisky. Imported Champagnes, Rhine Wines, Burgun
i "Guckenheimer" Pure Rye Whisky. dies and Clarets. *
"Overholt" Pure Rye Whisky. Bass' Ale and Evans' Pale Ale.
<' Penbrook " Rye Whisky. Gunness' Dublin Stout.
"Golden Wedding" Rye. Apollinaris Water, Imported Direct from the
Imported Cdgnac Brandy, Holland Gin and
Jamaica Rum. White Rock Mineral Springs Water.
Old Crystal Springs New England Rum, Bot- Ross'lmported Club, Soda and Ginger Ale.
tied in Bond. Red Raven Water.
Spanish Ports and Sherries. Lemps' Celebrated St. Louis Beer.
FREE AND PROMPT DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
THE CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE
WILLIAMS & ROWLAND, Proprietors
Main Office and Store, 1150 Pacific Avenue, 1149 Commerce St.
Pacific Telephone, Main 116. Home Telephone A 2115
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GYMNASIUM TO BE
OPEN TO "KIDS"
The Y. M. C. A. .gymnasium will
be throws <r>en to the "kids" next
week. There will be no school
and all schoolboys and working
boys as well will be given free
entertainment by the association.
Special ri'.shts are being ar
ranged for the different schools.
Working boys will have Tuesday
and Thursday \ evening*. . The
schools will be assigned the fol
Monday—Kdlson Annex, Bry
ant, Cushman, Edison, Fern Hill.
Tuesday — Central, Franklin,
Wednesday — Enrarson,, Haw
thorne, Irving, Longfellow. —
Thursday— L.yon, Mann,
Oakland, Sherman, Washington.
Friday—l,lricoln, I.OKJin. M«-
Klnley, Parental, Rogers, Roose
Saturday — L<ow«ll, Sheridan,
Whitman, Wtllard, ismarck.
The annual Tacoma poultry show
will tin lull) In the old Davis &
Hmlth building at Nineteenth and
Pacific avenue, January 3 to 9 this
year. The prize list is bigger than
ever. The old plan of giving use
less silver cups has been largely
eliminated and hard cash will go to
the prize winners this time. This
Is oxpected to bring more birds here
THIS BIG HUSKY MADE "HACK" GO SOME
Of all American heavyweight
wrestlers, one of the men entiled to
consideration la Jesse Westergaard
of Dcs Molnes, In., who has given
Hackenschmldt the bout battle he
has had since he landed In this
If Champion Frank notch Is sin
cere In his statement that he has
retired, Westergaard, on his show-
Ing with Uackonsclimldt, looms up
as one of the best of the big men. i
It would be Interesting If an elim
ination contest could be staged this
winter, to decide which 0* the sev
eral heavyweights is entiled to
wear the crown as American cham
pion. ' .
It's a moral certainty that Hack
enschmldt can beat them all save
OotCh. Whether he would win from
' As preliminary for the Lester -
• Hagen fight ihere next Thursday
night a ten round battle will be
put on 'between Charley Parker of
Salt Lake, who weighs 250
pounds, and Jack Marts of Taoo
ma, who tips the beam at 138.
The winner of this match* will be
pitted a«ainst Jack Hurley, the
heavy wet from Afihfcrd, 'Who
wants to show what he can do.
Tommy Burns, manager for
Jack Lester, has written to Jack
Hurley at Ashiford saying he can
have a match with Lester If he
desires ibut ciug^ests that In the
financial end of It the winner ohiall
take all the .proceeds.
Tales of Great 'Uns
"Texas" Jack McAllister vna*(*r
hapa the moso versatile i/myer, that
ever caressed a horsehidc I'at Te
be&u tells about the splendid work
.lark did behind the bat one day
in New York, nipping five would-be"
stiMlris and holding up tl■*=» pitcher
In grrand style.
"Just before the game next day I
said to him," says Tebeau relating
tli« incident, "Jack you work to
" 'AH right*' said he, reaching for
"'I don't want you to catch," I
told him. 'so Into the bo\.'
"And h" did. And lie hold tlitm
THE TAOOMA TIMES.
the man who could win the Ameri
can title nflght depend upon the
way the promoters placed their
bets. If enough "come en" money
was In sight, it is possible Hack
enschmidt might lose, but this
ilpcsn't seem to be the game. Still
sj> many crosses have be->u planned
in the past that tho puoli^ has no
license to look for anything else
when trimmers whet their skinning
to four scratch lilts, too," declared
the old fire-eater, with a icmlnla
Jesso Burkett couldn't help being
crabbed, when he was enjoying (?)
life In the big league, put one of
his fits of temper was &. boomerang
■ : It happened In St I.ouH, when
Cleveland was playing the Browns.
had been thl DMHItII by the
umpire and took his revenge by
snarling at the visitors.
"Hats off to the king of swat," he
shoutod, wh»n I.ami., steppod to the
plute. Th» crowd Intighcd, but
!.il■ ■1 ■ ■'m only reply was a smash
aguinst (he club house for a home
"Oh, ho, ain't he the handsome
thing?" shouted Jesse whorl Charlie
illlckman took his petition at the
plate. "Cheerful" resnonded hy
whanging one of Jack Harper's
(curves about a mile more or less,
I for another home run.
By this time the crowd was
guying Burkett, advising him to do
sundry things, chief of which was
to clap a muffler on his Jaw. But
Jesse couldn't be stopped, appar
When Bradley followed ITickman
the grouch one whinpd, "I suppose
you think you can hit it, too?"
"I hit 'em sometimes, J»ue," said
the chief of the 800 gang as he
waded Into a fust ball that disap
peared over the fence ar.d broke a
window in a passing street car.
There was a cry from the stands
and looking toward tho Browns'
bench the players saw liurkett lying
on the ground, apparently dead to
the world. Thinking the sun had
overcome him, players of both
teams grabbed water buckets. Be
fore Jesse could explain that he
was merely stimulating a !;rlnt. he
was drenched from head to foot,
and he afterwards explained that lie
could not have pulled off a bum
faint at a more inopportune time
had he tried.
When Dr. Jimmy Casny was play
ing third for Detroit he was also
serving an apprenticeship In the
office of a dentist. He was alone
one morning when in rushed a big
fellow, who flopped down into the
chair and yelled:
"Doc, for the love of Mike, yank
Jimmy, glad to get the ehanre
hustled through the preliminary
stages and just as he was shutting
the forceps down on the hum tooth,
he recognized the victim as a man
who always sat near third base and
made lifo unpleasant for him, hoot
ing and Jeering every v>lay he made.
"So you don't like Casey?" he de
manded of the victim, giving the
pinchers a twist.
I " Casey," groaned the
victim, "pull that tooth."
"Presently," returned Casey shov
ing the forceps In a trllle deepei
"Now, be hones, why don't you like
The man wriggled and squirmed,
but ho was powerless. Finally
Jimmy shut down hard on the in
strument and said: Til Casey and
I've been waiting for you a long
time. Ever going to hiss me
"No," groaned the victim.
"Ijouder," demanded Casey.
"No!" came from the helpless In
"All right," said Casey, and out
came the tooth. And it's a fact that
from that time the nagging of Dr.
•—— ———^——.——^—~ *
The Amateur Athletic associa
tion of Pierce county was organ
bed at the Y. M. C. A. last night.
It takes in the Y. M. C. A., Puget
Sound university, Parkland acad
emy, the National Guard, and
Parkland Athletic club.
The association will promote
and regulate sports, will try to
develop sport for sport's sake, and
discouragel the gate receipt fea
ture, and will endeavor to ele
vate the standing of amateur
The officers are: President, J.
T. S. Lyle; vice presidents, Hart
W. Palmer, Prof. Randall of
Whitworth, Prof. * Wright of Pu
get Sound university; secretary,
Harry Booth; treasurer, T. Brot
tom; member of executive com
mittee, O. Harstad of Parkland.
The new league will at once
take up the matter of organizing
a basket ball league.
OAK PARK TEAM
(By United Press leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Dec. 24. —The Oak
Park High school •footl>all team
of Chicago reached here yesterday
ready for the big football game
with Wenatchee Monday.
The Chicago boys are a husky
looking lot of youngsters. Ar
rangements are being made for a
big'crowd and all the surrounding
towns will send delegations there.
It was announced- today that a
carload of Wenatchee apples, will
be sent here and every spectator
will be presented with a big red
■Thomas Steinberg, wlho got
away with the (gate money,
amounting to about $1,700, and
left the fighters in the lurch fin
ancially 'following the recent Les
ter-Hagen fi,giht in Tacoma, was
arrested at Vancouver, B. C, yes
terday, and Detective Recob ih«,s
gone utter him to bring him back
He will be charged with em
Try our 35c egigs. They are
fresh, give satlsfatclon of locals.
Jersey Butter Store, 1114 C St. * •
Will positively cure a cold or
903 Pacific Aye.
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We wish you one
and all a very Mer-
I ry Christmas.
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'•■ Clothier*, -'. Furnishers,
Hatters. , - ■:
; 012-915 PaclfU an
• Saturday, Dec. 24, 1910
Sunday and Monday, Dec. 25-26
,' ' ■ ' ' Christmas Attraction—John fort 'Presents - , t ,
, In I .lull Kills' Delight rid Comedy ■
Mary Jane's Pa
Same Company, Same Production as Seen Here Last Season —
__ The Play An American Wants to See —It Means Happiness
TricesSsc t<* $1.50.
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Saturday, Dec. 31, New Year's Eve
-The Greatest of Comediennes and Prinia Donnas
" GRACE CAMERON
r"" In O. H. Kerr's Groat Masterpiece :
A soul-stirring play—a beautiful story rif home life—full of
pathos and comedy, with special musical numbers.
Yon Will Liiiij-h, You Will Scream, You Will Iloar and Then
' . , You All Know Her.
Some of the attractions she has starred in: Henry W.
Savage's grand opera, Whitney's "Plff, Paff. Pouff," the Bos
tonlans in "Robin Hood," '-'The Tenderfoot," "When Johnny
Comes Marching Home,". "Foxy . Qulller," "Sousa's Famous
Band," "Beauty Doctor," and many others.
, Seat sale Friday. Prices 2Bc, 50c, 75c, 11.00. •
JANUARY Ist and 2nd
and Special Monday Matinee
THE OPERATIC EVENT OF THE YEAR
The Whitney Opera Co.
Direction, Mr. F. C. Whitney, In the opera of Bernard Shaw's
Humor and Wonderful Straus Waltzes.
THAT HAS MADE "B=BJ| C A TRUE OHRU *
THE WOULD SING |fl £, IKHIII
With its company of 125 and Whitney Opera Comlque
Most Famous Singing Organization of a Decade.
' PRICES for this engagement will be aa follows: Even
ing— 16 rows orchestra seats and boxes, $2.00; balance orches
tra, $1.50; balcony, 3 rows. $1.50. next 3 rows $1.00. balance
75c; gallery 50c. Monday Matinee prices— soc, 75c, $1.00,
NOTE: Out-of-town mall orders, with check or money or
der and self-addressed envelopes, will be,, filed In order of re
v ceipt. No order accepted for first row, which must be reserved
for the unusual orchestra. Regular seat sale opens Saturday,
December 31. v
■ d^. ; One of the Greatest
7nCUS4tl€ Is This Holiday Bill
Sullivan «??considine. Props b^m Mommy rmfin -
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WEEK STAKTING MONDAY AFTERNOON, DKCEMBKR 26
Abou Hamad's Arabs
Nine Celebrated Acrobats
Two Girls and- Two Boys Clever Musicians and Dancers
Jack Amory and Laura Adams
v - > "When Married People Marry"
The Celebrated Illusionist
'■'/■ Tinkham & Co.
Fancy Bicycle and Motorcycle Artists
The Pantages Orchestra Hotter Than Ever. Motion Pictures '
EVENING PRICES 15c and 25c. Boxes 50c* Matinee 15c.
to/o v $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$$$$$ $ 4 o/«
Pi A? .- ' . ■, $
5 The more a cHild learns of business now the $
> better citizen he will be-. Open an account at $
5 the Bankers Trust Bank at once and start the $
5 new year right. -' ; ■r.IC;-.-A-'"$ "-*.'
) BANKERS TRUST CO. BANK $?
5 • Banisters Trust Bldg., Pacific Aye. $
I O/O;$ $;s•ssss;s;s $$,ss,s $;$ $■ $.4 0/0 .
.Th* Scandinavian-American Bank will more to tta -neir:'!
office. In what la known v the Berlin Building, at the corner
; of PaclfJc.Avo. and 11th St.. early in January."; -lH?■:[■■ •'.'Z^^^-i-
Thl» owntrally located property was recently purchased by * 1*
I this bank and la : now being , equipped '■. for a < modernl^banktag" 'pi,
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> We invite all of our cuitom»rs to call at our present loca- tU
1 tion Ito receive a ! small lOuVenlr ■ pocket safe, any , time ■ before ' '':.'
December UVh. It la not necessary to male* a deposit to receive I