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MISS D. JACKSON IS
MISS BURNS SECOND
They are Jiff in the big Times contest for the Most Popular Lady
I Fan, who will receive a season ticket to the ball Raines this year
.: at Athletic park and also open the Northwestern league season Dare
next Sunday by throwing over the first ball.
, ' .-.Miss Dorothy Jackson, a handsome mill enthusiastic fan, is the
; first candidate for honors. .She mm formerlly connected with the
I Swift Packing Co., and has a boat of friends who are going to make
\a great campaign for her. Kb» is starting out wit ha goodly number
... of votes ami her friends are clipping ana gathering the link Sheet
coupons. . •. _
V.: ■ She wants to be the first woman to open a league season by
I tossing over the first ball. I She attends almost every game and can
put the average male fan through a series of baseball examinations
that would make their heads dizzy.- '
*■-- -"Miss Margaret Burns Is the second to enter the contest. This
young lady is well known in Tacoma as one of the most enthusiastic
fans of the fair sex. j She lives at 1920 South G st. and:was nomi
nated by Con O'Neil. She Is preparing a red hot campaign for the
, Pink Sheet coupons.
All candidates should get their nominations in early and turn
In their votes each day.
The Pacific Brewing ft Malting Co.'s baseball team is going to
. enter a candidate tomorrow, and It is possible that other local ama
'. teur and semi-pro teams will enter candidates. -
Marriage licenses were Issued
the following Saturday afternoon:
Mike Sabllch, Jr., Tacoma, ana
Ruth Radcliff. Clencove, Wash.;
Frank L. Nelson and Anna I>.
Nelson, both of S. at tie; and Guy
Potts and Elnia EUingsen, Port
land. Licenses issued today went
to: C. F. Moran and Pearl Mid
dleton, Seattle; an J. W. Hoyt,
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at very moderate prices. Our
specialists are all dentists with
fears of experience and with th*
most modern appliances are able
to do the wjik as near painless
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WE GIVE GAS
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Painless Extracting 600
Best old Crowns $5.00
Beat Bridge Work ..... $5.00
Plates as low as ....... $5.00
Gold Fillings ....... $1.00 up
Platinum. Fillings ..... .SI.OO
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v The good old style Champion ........ $3.25 Up
14 blade Mowers ..,.....;...... $4.50 and $5.50
High grade Ball Bearing Mowers $7.50 to $15.00
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Tacoma, and M. A. Smith, Court
nay, B. C. '
John McGregor this morning
pleaded guilty to a petit larceny
charge before Justice Arntson.
His trial was set tor Wednesday
morning. '. .■ ~*. .'*" "°
STOWS ill \\K l l •>. : .v
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•■ John Idleklrk. pleaded guilt to
stealing a 'roll of blankets and
some clothing from a Greek coffee
house on lower Pacific avenue this
morning. ■He stated .that he
needed clean _ clothes and as lie
had a good chance he thought he
would take them.
Steel, Nickel Plated.
Emboss your note paper
and evnelopes with your
own monogram, initials or
name and address.
Handy to Carry in Pocket
Prices 25c to $1.00
Come and See Them.
902 Pacific aye.
MISS DOROTHY JACKSON.
R H E
Chicago 9 13 3.
St. Louis .. 2 5 4
Batteries: Cheney and Archer;
Harmon, Dale and Bliss, Wlngo.
Umpires: Johnstons and Eas
R H E
Pittapurg 2 11 1
Cincinnati 3 11 0
Batteries: Adatns and Gibson;
Simon, Frome and MeLean, Clark.
Umpires: Owoen and Brennan.
R H E
New York 0 7 1
Boston 3 9 l
Bateriea: Mathewson and Mey
ers, Wilson; Perdue and Kling.
Umpires: Klein and Bush.
R H X
Philadelphia 19 13 2
Brooklyn 6 7 3
Batteries: Moore, Alexander
and Doom; Barger, Deut and Er
Umpires: Rlgler and Finneran.
MUTTON VS. MOORK
SAN FRANCISCO—Jack Brit
ton of Chicago and Pal Moore of
Philadelphia will be the main
event between San Francisco fans
for the April boxing card, accord
ing to announcement today by
Promoter Coffroth. The light
weights will box 20 rounds Fri
day night, April 26.
COLTS TAKK GAME.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
the handy way In which the Port
land Northwestern league Colts
trimmed a semi-professional or
ganization here, the ran* today
are confident Nick Williams' ag
gregation will land the flag, or at
least be In the running all sea
son. The Colts won 15 to 4.
A WARDROBE TRUNK
Is a great possession to the trav
eling man or woman. No rumpling
or creasing of clothes; no crush
ing Into small compass of valua
ble garments. We warrant alt
our trunks to be w«M made and
strong in vital point*.
TAOOMA TRUNK FAOTORV
981 O ft.
THK TACOMA TUBES.
American League* 1
R tH E
Detroit 7 I© 6
Chicago 17 tt 2
Batteries: Mullln.Renineas, Du
biique and Stanage, White; Scott
and Sullivan, Block.
Umpires: Evans and Egan.
R H ■
Boston 1 6 g
Philadelphia 4 10 0
Batteries: Cycotte and Nuna
maker; Plank and Thomas. Um
pires: O'Lo'ighlin and Westervolt.
R H E
Washington „ I 8 0
New York .. . ... 0. 4 3
Batteries: Johnson and Ain
smlth; Quinn' and Street. -■
Umpires: Hart and Connolly.
ft H X
St. Lonis 5 » 2
Cleveland 8 1$ 2
Batteries: Pelty, Lake Ji and
Krlchell; St.-.-n, Mitchell and
Umpires: Perrln and Dlneen.
(By United Prem >-T>a.se<l Wire.)
. LOS ANGBL.ES, Aprtb \6.—
Ad Wolgaßt is *• searching • today
for the thieves who "borrowed"
his Dew $3,500 automobile: from a
curb In front of a Spring St. cafe,
ran the car to Alhambra -and
piled'lt Into a dltcb, where it was
found a shattered mass of steel
and wood. Mechanicians declared !
the debris was worth less .• <lian
$50. The pugilist has offered-a
reward. for Information.
* JOHNSON WAS m;<»ki; !!
. EVANSTQN, . 111.. — Justice
Boyer - 'laV: awaiting '. today
the re-appeara»c« . of. Jack ■ bo
son, world's champion pugili ,to
deposit his .bond fee. for spei tag
in his automobile. When . hn-
Boii, with his wife, was arr ted
for speeding, lie was -unabli 'to I
pay the $1 bond fee require by'
the justice, and was told tha his
credit was, good until Thur ay, j
the date for his hearing on the
charge. • The champion had led
to "square ' himself" ■.; with the
motorcycle policeman who ar
rested him, hut without < su< his.
[ 0 STANTroUD-TRAIIVINO
§ STANFORD UNIVERSITY lal;
—Training was begun toda by
the Stanford . Varsity baa .all
■quad for the /series 'of, . ree
games with the , University- of
Washington. The first game J will
be played Wednesday afternoon
and. the other two on Thursday
and Saturday. *,-.. _ ..s^'if •':!
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t , In '-;vft j closely contested ■ fiam«
Sunday afternoon - at , the Atanl
ton grounds the Oakland* defeat
ed tha Jaaueae Columbian ' t*ani.
by, ; .a score of 14 to 13. Molle
and' Severence performed ; for * the
Oak lands.'-'■;-'. The . Japanese -. used
several pitchers. X;'!,C'i:£-'' ft *»*:t'X
SEND IN ANSWERS
The big civil service examina
tion hag got all of the fans going
by this time. Already the wise
ones are beginning to send in
their answers and are making
strong bids for that season pasß
to the ball grounds. C. B. Cobb,
1210 19th street, was the first to
send in an answer and he hit
close to thp bullseye. Leslie Cory, |
121 East Wright avenue, sent in i
the second answer and there are
a number on the sporting editor's
desk that have not been opened.
T.A.C. Opens Boxing Class;
Third Smoker Next Friday
Beginning today Frank Street,
the popular boxing member or
the Tacoma Athletic club, opened
a boxing class in the club quar
ters in the Glide rink and already
has a class of about 14 aspirants
to sparring honors before the
amateur club. It ts expected that
Street will develop* a class br
goodly proportions end bring
forth some .promising material for
Practically everything Is com
plete for the next BrookeT next
Friday night. Over 100 membeVs
have declared they would mot misa
It and It is expected that the
members in attendance will num
ber upwards of 300.
Thii afternoon William Phil
lips was to be examined by the
club physlclaen to determine
whether he was in shape for his
bout with Paul Steele. This ts
NEW YORK, April 16.—Four
baseball leagues will open their
season this week, as follows:
Northwestern league opens in
Vancouver, Seattle and Bpokane
Last year's Eastern league, un
der its new name "International,"
op«ns Thursday In the southern
The New Kngland league, made
up of eight Massachusetts cities,
opens April 18, which Is also
the opening day of the Western
league in Denver, Tojeka, Omaha
and St. Joseph.
TOGO DRAWS CROWD
OAKLAND. Cal.—Fans here
today are Interested in the debut
of Young Togo, the Japanese ban
tam, who will fight Roy Moore,
a local scrapper, ten rounds
Wednesday evening. Togo gain
ed considerable reputation by
staying six rounds with.Battling
Nelson when the battler out
weighed him 30 -pounds. He also
put up a good fight against Harry
Forbes, the former bantam cham
pion. , ■ ■ - .
V ' and Flyer .
The fastest and finest day
steamers* on the coast,
i i..hi Hoi M. TRIPS DAILY
Leave* Tacoma from Mil
nlclpal Dock at 7:00, 1:00, U :•(>
'a. m 1:00, 3:00, 6:00, 7:00
9:00 p. m. >"s"'
Leave Beattle • from Colman
dock, 7:00. 0:00, 11:00 a. •mV
1:00, 3:00. 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 p. in.
siM.i.i-: FAHK 350 _
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■■••.: Phone Main 3445
You ~ may have your ! rods i»
-*»* and i line*,' ready, but wha'
about your a eye ■* glass«st '
Will-they- stand the rough
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L HAVES OPT. CO r
"" 4th Floor Fidelity Bldg. i
Several of the local questions
have the fans guessing. Those
who ran tell just what year the
Northwestern league was Inaug
urated are not all agreed- Neith
er are those who answer the
question regarding the best ball
men turned out by Tacoma or the
best base stealers.
There's a lot of good dope in
some of the record booka and
some of the old players «an give
you good tips. Russ Hall is just
plumb full of information. Get
your answers in early.
the only part of the program
which is in doubt, but if Phillips
passea the examination he will
appear on the program.
At a meeting of the trustees It
was decided to enforce the re
quest of Secretary Harry An
drews at the last smoker that the
members refrain from expressing
their sentiments regarding the
bouts in any other manner than
by handclapping. Cries of en-'
couragement, hoota, cat calls and
all other form of expression Is
Tvarred from the club. Secretary
Andrews will make arrangements
for any of the club members*wno
wish to enter Street's boxing
The last warning has also Tieen
Issued as to dues and assessments.
The membership and other boons
will close before the smoker and
admision without the good stand
ing card will not be admitted.
The New Steamer
Leaves Municipal Dock Dally at
9 a. in. and 3 p. m.
Tbe S:00 p. m. Trip Connect*
Returning Leaves Olympla
12:15 p. m. and 6:00 p. m.
for Tacoma and Seattle 7:30 a.
on. Phone Main 5308.
At Any Price *
• We make a specialty, of'gold
■ work In every branch of den
tistry where gold can bo used.
. Our gold .' plates •• represent
the best workmanship and %
special - hard - tempered - gold
which will last a life time. •/
1/ you are Interested in gold
work,or any class of' the.best
dentistry call and we will show
you the work and explain our
methods In full without cost or
obligation to you.
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.'\~We'., originated the
Great Metaloid Plate.
. This plate Is Imitated every
where, but the real metaloid
plate Is mad.c only by ."• ~'\ ..-,-'•
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Eddie Collins of the Athletics holds his bat thus. Eddie la
some hitter and when he gets on first tit knows how to get around
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. Capital and Surplus ...... $16,300,000.00
San Francisco Portland ••.'-" Tacoma • "- Seattle
TACOMA BRANCH -.
The Bank of California Building, Tacoma.
€VCi €£ fffSrK HAir Of"YOUR LlfE
lT *•'•""' ,^3._ V»ii*3S\ I* spent in your working
- . \ 'i' t ¥ \#VWWH^ clothes. Are you satisfied
v'f" i\J *^9_jrwK^wr wlth the kind you are
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By concealing It about their person: by storing It away In muss,
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der the '-ouches and carpets, In cupboards and bureau drawers; these
are some of the ways by which people lose their moeny, and some
times their lives. .- .
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fully meets the public's needs, we tender its service to all who be
lieve In keeping on th safe side. . *
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- CAPITAL $300,000.00
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