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PAGE TWO.
Adolf Tries
to Be a
Checkroom
Pirate, but
His Work
Is Rather
Coarse.
Words by Schaefer
Music by Coudo.
EVERETT AND TACOMA IN
CHAMP GAME TODAY
Backed by more than 400 root
ers, the Tacoma High school team
Journeyed to Everett where it
meets the fast team from that
city in a game which will result
in the dropping of one of the two
from the rare for a championship.
Both the team and coach believe
that Tacoma will be returned the
victor although the fight will
probably be the hottest of the sea
son. Everett papers come out
with rahid articles declaring that
the team will "get" Deegan and
Coblentz and then win the game.
Two ma, however, has 21 men of
nearly equal caliber. Both teams
are confident and both are look-
Ing- for a hard game. The Ta
coma team is in the best shape It
has been this season and will play
U. P. S. CLASH WITH
WHITWORTH TODAY
The hottest game between two
teams of the game city which
Tacoma ha« Been In years la look
ed for this afternoon when U. P.
S. and Whitworth meet In the
stadium at 3 o'clock. Both teams
have been, working hard with this
one game chiefly In view and
there is the greatest of spirit be
tween the two schools. This U
the first time the teams have met
in two yearg and they had hard
work getting together this time.
U. P. 3. la handicapped by the
barring of two star backs and
Whitworth is strengthened by the
addition of an old star, Pike.
GIANTS AND MONB WIN
Here arc the results of the bowling contests at the Y. M. C. A.
alleys last night In the P. O. Bowltug league. Scores:
Tigers
Elvert 94 135 130 359
Shutes » 134 104 118— 366
Cook 136 102 120— 359
Totals „ 364 341 368—1083
Giants
Kitchen >nn 126 101 143— 370
Evers , 105 133 117— 355
V.. Lenning , ......118 145 115— 378
Totala ........ >...., 349 379 375—1103
Beavers
Nordyke 191 153 142— 486
Lowe ..115 111 95—321
Tomllnson a.. 104 66 95— 265
Totala 410 330 332—1072
Lions
W.Johnson ....108 134 113— 355
Conrad 89 89 112— 290
McDonald *...... 123 128 111— 362
Totals 320 351 336—1007
(Paid Advertisement)
CALVIN J. CARR
Republican Candidate for County Treasurer
hu b«en c&shler for the past sight years for Plorca county,
hu handled ov«r forty million dollars ($40,000,000). and
tna raoant check shows him to b* an expert, and a most cart
ful and honest man.
If you believe in rewarding your employee who look after
your Interests in an up-to-date manner, remember Calvin 3.
C*rr, Republican candidate for County Treasurer, on Novem
ber 6 th.
SAVING
IS A NECESSITY
There is no better way to acquire a compet
ence, a bulwark against worry when nnlooked
for burdens come, than your Savings Account
Our Savings Department will pay you inter
est on your semi-annual balance at 4 per cent
Good as bonds.
Fidelity Trust Co.
Capital $500,000.
Surplus ..- $480,000
11th St. and 0, Tacoma.
Its hardest. In rase of rain Rush
nier will start at half but other
wise Espeland will take the posi
tion. The line-up:
Tacoma. Pos. Everett
Larson LE. .. Herrett-
Sandstrom
Stewart L T. . Zimmerman
Gardner . . . .L. O. . Carlo-Phelan
Prlngle C Keuhnle
Goodman ....R G Swale
Shumake ....R T Guerin
Deagan R E. .. . Winters
Beymer Q... Maulsby-
Michel
Coblentz . ...L H Menzel
Kapeland-
Rushmer ..R H.., Dally
HoreJa F B Jones
Ileferee—Allan (Brown).
Umpire—McDonald (U. of W).
Both teams predict victory. Fol
lowing is the line-up:
U. P. 3. Pos. Whitworth
Beardsley »»..ti R> Talbot
Webb L T Billings
Steffins L Q Walte
Beck C... Ghormley
Parker R O Parker
Brown-
Lundeen ...R T. Williams («)
Roberts R E Benson
Servis (o) ....Q Watkina
Tish L H.... McArthur
Benadom ... .R H... Thompson
Wright V B. ..... Bach«r
Referee—Hartnett.
Umpire—Case.
Head linesman—Hamilton.
AL PALZER, THE NEW HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION-BY EDGREN
SKETCHED FROM Iffl IJV AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS SPOUT CARTOONIST KS 1»ECI A LL.Y FOR THK TIM I'M.
TAKES WHOLE POLICE FORCE
TO HANDLE THIS GIANT MAN
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■» HOW JOHAN si/is UP <$>
<& Here are the measure- <£
''<• ments of Johan as compared < >
•> with Dan Phelan, biggest <$>
♦ of the Spokane force: ♦
■•> Johan. Phelan. <»
* 6 ft. 4 in. Height 6 ft. 1 in. <»
<?> 26 in. Biceps 17 in. «
<§> 64 in. Chest 64 in. <§>
<S> 28 In. Keck 20 In. <»
■» 12% in. Wrist 8% in. <»
♦ The Viking weighs nearly <$>
<5> 300 pounds and is active <&
* as a cat. <£
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SPOKANE, Nov. I.—lf Jack
Johnson ever wins clear of the
legal entanglements which at
present enmesh him, it sure is to
hop from the frying-pan into the
fire if he ever roams this way.
The fire's name is Johan John
son, erstwhile occupant of an
extra-secure cell in the city bas-
Here are a few —Just a few—
of. the performances of Mr. John
son since he made the active ac
quaintance of the police depart
ment recently.
Overturned a larg« and cum
bersome safe.
Tore one door from its hinges.
Bit heavy gold-plated watch
chain In two.
Broke stout billiard table while
juggling It.
Cast heavy stove through side
of local edifice.
Licked, collectively and indi
vidually, approximately 16 lum
berjackß and bartenders.
Licked three policemen and
badly damaged six others.
The telephone bell at police
headquarters tinkled.
"For heaven's sake send the
police department up here,
a man juggling one of my billiard
tables and It is nearly a wreck
now," came wailing over the wire.
"Men, I want volunteers —sin-
gle men," spoke the stern-faced
captain In a grim voice. "The
enemy I recognize as our friend
Johan."
Forth stepped an even half
dozen men, their step unfaltering
and the light of battle in their
eyes. Each and every one had
heard the dread name of Johan,
but they were a game bunch of
cops.
Johan opened hostilities by
hurling the remains of the billiard
table at the enemy. This he fol
lowed with a Urge sheet-Iron
stove, which, being ducked by the
squad, tore out the front end of
the place, and the bluecoats, sin
gle aU, and with the aforesaid
light of battle untilrnmed, dosed
In. There was some class to
that fight. The "joint" wa»
wrecked. The police department
floored Johan about th« I Oth
round and, contrary to the rules,
THE TACOMA TIMES.
JOHAN JOHNSON. • jj
leaped upon him as one. mtn,
Considerable difficulty was expe
rienced in getting the cuffs [pn
Johan because of the rapid rotat
ing of both arms and legs and
because it was some time before
a pair of cuffs large enough o
fit were produced. In the pal si
they sat upon bis form col- c
tlvely. ,*-;.■• - & «•
Today Johan la meek, the %t
--fect of the John Barleycorn hav
ing subsided. Upon his face*la
the look of a bewildered child—
also a pair of black «yes. When
he was taken Into the area way
to have his photo snapped all the
available policemen stood grimly
about, clubs in hand."But Johan
does not want to fight today, He
wants to rest up a little I before
his next battle. . . - „.';
rtVBM CURED Vw' • TO 14 ' DATS
Tow «ro««l«t will ratunA mmr If PUB
ointment (alb to car* Itehutc, Blind, rr . M
la« or Protru3in« PIIM In « lo 14 day. uOo.
FRAUD IN FIGHT
FOR RACE TRACK
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SACISAMENTO, Cal., Nov. 3.—
Forgery, fraud and perjury liave
at the eleventh hour been reveal
ed as important elements in the
■MWteg of a big initiative peti
tion on i><■!■:• 1 f of race track gamb
ling in California and the dis
trict attorney of Bacramento
county, the grand jury and the
state uttorney are to be called in
to action in the case. The measure
now appears killed beyond all
linpe of the race track and allied
interests who are estimated to
have spent more than $500,000
in promoting it thus far.
Had the promoters not sent out
a circular letter to everyone
whose name appeared on their pe
tition the fraud would never
have been discovered. It was
only when the foreman and a
news writer on the Sacramento
Star received these letters and the
5,545 signatures for Sacramento
county were gone over In the of
fices of Secretary of State Jordan
that the forgery and other ap
parent frauds were revealed.
Publication or the facts in the
first case brought la wholesale
complaints from other citizens
who had been similarly notified
that their names were listed at
having petitioned for the race
track betting plan.
Friends of direct legislation
take satisfaction in the fact that
it appears to have required whole
sale fraud to place the first nota
bly vicious initiative measure
upon the California ballot.
What Texaos Admiro
Is hearty, vigorous life, accord
ing to Hugh Tallman, of San An
tonio. "We find," he writes,
'that Dr. King's New Life Pills
surely put new life and energy
into a perßon. Wife and I be
lieve they are the best made."
Excellent for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. 25c at Ryner
Malstrom Drug Co., 938 Pacific
ay.
Olympia Boat
The Xew Bteame*
NISQUALLY
U»t<vi Uuoieipal Dock Dally at
lilt, and Ip. m. - .
Th* 1:00 p. n. Trip Connects
for Bh«Hom. -
returning leaves Olympia '
11:18 p. m. am« •:•• p. m.
KAONUUI Olyraji*
for Tacoma mod B«a>ttl» 7:10 a.
Bi Phone Main SSOB. ; -■"
SHORT SPORT NEWS
"The race at the Glide rink Monday night ought to be a corker.
Reindeer Bill, the humorous track navigator, says he will be on
hand to start the race. He says nothing about the finish.
Harry Thoren, a reporter from California, walked from one end
of the continent to the other. Most reporters walk nearly that far
every day.
Whitworth and U. P. S. will keep the stadium hot when they
clash. There is some feeling between the two schools and polite
ness will hardly be the main point in the minds of the players.
Interest In the game between Tacoma and Everett High schools
is smeared all over the two cities, for one strong team is going to
be dropped from the race.
Coach Doble will not worry much about his Saturday game
with the U. of Oregon. Eugene High school defeated the 0. Thurs
day, while the Washington team is getting stronger every day.
Broadway and Lincoln, the old time rivals for the city champion
ship of Seattle, meet today. Both teams are crippled by the
loss of two players, but Broadway has two men who are now eligible
to play and will help to make up for the loss of the others.
W. W. McCredle Is In hopes of the Northwestern league getting
Into Olass A. He can see no reason why. Why doesn't seem to be
the point, however, Its just a case of whether or not the league gets
there.
(Paid Advertisement)
J. Ij. WADSWOIITH
Progressive Candidate fo*
COUNTY AUDITOR
Brother J. L. Wadsworth, Financier of Tacoma Lodge
No. 6, la a candidate for the office of County Auditor of Pierce
County, on the Progressive ticket. He ia thoroughly com
petent for the office.—From A. O. U. W. Emblem.
(Paid Advertisement.)
EDWARD MEATH
(Treasurer Pierce County.)
RKI'UBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR STATE TREASURER
ACTIONS COTJJfT— man who forced the atreet railway
and other corporation* to pny their tax», unoaitlaf to nearly
one-half million dnllnra.
HKI'ORT OF 111 Hi: II OF INSPECTION OW TRKASUBEII'S OF
FICK OF rn:it( i; COUNTY
"The office 1b well managed and has been during period cov
ered by our examination. Mr. Ed. Meath, and his Deputies, are
well Informed as to their duties, and are always courtaoua and
obliging to the general public.
"He regulates the office force by the work to be done and en
deavors to have no Idle, men on th« pay roll. Economy consistent
with efficient service la the plan of the present administration.
"Treasurer Meath Is deserving of much credit on account of
the attention given to the collection of dellquent personal prop
erty taxes, especially on the back years from 1900 to date.
"The books have been accurately and well kept In a neat and
painstaking manner. Everything In this department la In good
condition." - . .
If elected State Treasurer, I will devote the same energy to
the office as I have to the County Treosurershlp.
The Bank off California
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION . . -'tlgi
i; V EaUblUhed 180«. ? >■
Capital and Surplus •• • •'. • $16,300,000.00
Ban Francisco - Portland . Tacoma "•'. Seattle
; TACOMA BRANCH
The Dank of California Building, Tacoma.
Saturday, Nov. 2,1912.
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JIMMY WILL TRY
FOR RECORD
"Lower the record for 1J miles
indoors" ts the slogan of Jimmy
Fitzgerald In preparation for the
15-mile handicap race to take
place at the Glide rink Monday
night. Jimmy is training hard
and Is confident h» will succeed
In his purpose The other men
in the race do not bother tha
little runner In the least. Via
Norman, Jimmy's old rival, will
be on the mark at the rac*.
ST. MARTIN'S TO
MEET CARRIERS
St. Martin's college plays the
team of Seattle Times carrier* at
Olympla today. Henry Meyers,
star back of the college boys, la
out of the game because of an In
jury and the Times boys say they
have not b|en defeated more than
once In two years. This ought to
make the teams pretty evenly
matched.
P. 0. BOWLING
SCHEDULE DONE
The bowling schedule for th«
postoffice teams hag been com
pleted and will bo played on tha
Y. M. C. A. alleys aa follows:
Nov. s.—Silver Topa vs. Cubs;
Indiana vs. Wolves.
Nov. 7.—Lions vs. Giants;
Beavers vs. Tigers.
Nov. 12. —Wolves ra. Silver
Tops; Giants vs. Indiana.
Nov. 14. —Tigers va. Lions
Cubs vs. Beavers.
Nov. 19. —Lions vs. Sliver
Tops; Indians va. Cubs.
Nov. 21.—Wolves vs. Tigers;
Beaverg va. Giants
Nor. 26.—Cubs vs. Linus;
Wolves vs. Giants.
Nov. 28.—Tigers vs. Indians;
Silver Toys va. Beavers.
Dec. 3. —Tigers vs. Silver Topa;
GiaiiU vs. Cuba.
Dec. 5. —Lions v». Indiana;
Beaverg va. Wolves.
Dec. 10.—Silver Topa vs.
Giants; Cubs vs. Tiger* .
Deo. 12. —Wolve» vs. Liona;
Indians vs. Beavers.
Holidays.
Jan. 7.—Cuba vs. Wolves; Sil
ver Tops va. Indians.
Jan. 9.—Liona va. Tigers;
Beavers vs. Giants.
Jan. 14.—Silver Topa vs. Cuba;
Indians vs. Wolves.
Jan. 16.—Giants vs. Lions; Ti
gers vs. Beavers.
Jan. 21.—Wolves va. Silver
Tops; Cubs vs. Indians.
Jan. 23. —Tigers va. Giants;
Lions vs. Beavers.
Jan. 2S—Silver Topa vs. Lions;
Heavers vs. Cubs.
Jan. 30. —Wolves v». Tigers;
Gians vs. Indians.
Feb. 4. — Cubs va. Lions;
Wolves vs. Giants.
Feb; 0. —Indians vs. Tigers;
Sliver Tops vs. Beavers.
Feb. 11.—Tigers va. Silver
Topa; Giants va. Cubs
Fe*b. 13. —Lions vs. Indiana;
Beavers vs. Wolves.
Feb. 18.—Giants vs. Silver
Top; Cuba vs. Tigers.
Feb. 20.—Wolves vs. Lions;
Indians vs. Beaverg.
_ Strs. Indianapolis
.- ;. and Chlppewa
1 . The futnl «»d Clnnl day
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