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But the New
Words by Schacfei
Music by Condo.
WOLGAST IS EASY
(Bjr United Press Leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 6.—
Willie Ritchie, San Francisco's
contender for honors in the light
weight division, is more convinced
than ever today that he is the
master of Champion Ad Wolgaat.
Ritchie la not gloating over the
fact that the best Wolgast could
K«t with Mandot In New Orleans
last night was a draw, but he at
The Mpw Steamer
Leaves Municipal Dock Dally at
• a. m. and 3 p. m.
The 1:00 p. m. Trip Co meet«
returning Leaves Olympia
II: p. m. and 6:00 p. m.
ItAONOI.IA — Leaven OlymyU
(or Tacoma and Boattl* 7:10 4
tn I'hnnn Main (30*.
Clothes From Maker to Wearer
a great dif
"Made toSell" and
"Made to Wear"
clothes — You'll
find it evident in
the men's and
young men's suits
and overcoats we're
selling at $15
; They're made for service
—of all-wool fabrics—
correctly styled — SER
VICE merit instead of
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will find reliable and trustworthy
OUR $15 SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR
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.^B saSIV years ago where I had been under treat-
JK& P¥d9i ment for stomach and bowel trouhl., by
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Bamk of Cuumtn,
tomptod to clinch his argument by
comparing his 10-round clash
with Mandot to Wolgast's show
ing. Here is how William dopes
"If you were figuring out the
dope on us three fighters as you
would figure out i lie merits of
tlireo horses about to start In a
MBS you would have to mark your
date like this: Kit<hli« to win,
Mnndut for place and Wolgust to
"Aai hero is how you would
do it: I almost put Mandot out
in the tenth round of our bout,
white Maudot had Wolgast hang
ing on at the end of their bout. I
am willing, however, to let things
stand on an even basis as between
Wolgast and myself, but no man
is better entitled to a match With
him than I, and If I ever get him
in the ring for a 20 round baU'e,
believe me, the newspapers next
day will be filled with the life and
doings of Willie Ritchie, the new
lightweight champion of the
Ever since thai party of laco-
ma's elite returned from a hunt
ing trip to Springfield, Capt. of
Detectives John Fitzgerald has
leagued with McAfferty in enter
taining the members of the police
force with the pretty conceit of
"Laden with game.
The hunters have came."
Capt. Baker of Queen Anne
was a spectator at the Tacoma-
Everet game, getting a line on
both of the teams. Tacoma and
Queen Anne meet one week from
Although Mandot had the bet
ter of the going in four rounds
and Wolgast In one, the champ
showed that he Is still In the
game strong and had the better
of the fighting.
A new record has been created
in football circles. An eastern
academy man ran 125 yards to a
touchdown and the field was the
regulation blzo of 100 yards. He
ran 60 yards toward goal, found
he had gone the wrong way and
turned around, running 65 yards
through the entire opposition for
Broadway and Tacoma play
Saturday. No matter how weak
either team may be supposed to
be, there la always a fight to the
finish when a Seattle and a Ta
coma team mix.
Reindeer Bill ran a good race
last night compared to hia past
record. Bill Is absolutely the
queerest runner who ever donned
a track suit. No reflections
should be cast on the timid rein
deer, bo it must be said that It is
not usual for It to drink pop and
eat hardtack between cursings as
The Demons of (lie Swamp
are mosqultos. As they sting;
they put deadly malaria germs
in the blood. Then follow the Icy
chills and the fires of fever. The
appetite file* and the strength
falls; also malaria often pares
the way for deadly typhoid. But
Blectric Bitters kill and cast out
the malaria germs from the
blood; give you a fine appetite
and renew your strength. "After
long suffering," wrote Win. Fret
well, of Luoama, N. C, "three bot
tles drove all the malaria from
my system, and I've had good
health ever since." Best for all
stomach, liver and kidney Ills.
50c at Ryner Malstrom Drug Co.,
938 Pacific ay.
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Always Open. Private Rooms.
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THE TACOMA TIMES.
A DOUBLE PLAY, UNASSISTED
LATEST MARKET REPORT
FOR TACOMA HOUSEWIVES
Strawberries, aoc box.
Huckleberries, 3 lbs. 25c.
Cantaloupes, 2 for 25c.
Pears, box. 51.50.
Oranges, 30 @ 50c,
Bananas —30c doz.
Apples, box, 75c@Sl.2S.
Apples—Gravenateln, box, 51.36 4J
Roast Beef, prim* rib, lb. 18020 a.
Pot Roast, 12tt@15c.
Boiling Beef, B@loc
Round Steak. 180.
Leg of Lamb, spring, SOc.
Lamb Chops, shoulder, lto: loin
and rib, 20c.
Shoulder of Lamb, 12tfc
Lamb Stew, lb., 7c
Roast Pork, 18-20-250.
Pork Chops, shoulder, 20c; loin
and rib, 25c.
Veal Roast. 18®25c
Veal Cutlets. 20@35c.
Ham. sliced, 25 010 c
Salt Pork. 15c.
Pork Sausage, link, SOc; bulk, 15c
Corned Beat, boneless, 16c
Spring Chickens, 220.
Spring Ducks. 25c
Halibut. 2 lbs. 26a
Grind /j/f^^C^l^tß^^k Ere"
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If you have headache, your eyes need attention.
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Caille Perfection Gasoline Engines
"The Cheapest Good Engine on the Market"
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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN WINES AND
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Crabs, 11.50@2 aoz.
Trout, 25c lb.
Black Cod, X lb». ISO.
Rock C-od. lie.
Hound Smelts. 2 lbs. 25c.
Codfish, brick, 25c.
Olympla Oysters. $1 qt.
Anchovies, quart, 26c.
Kippered Salmon and Cod, ISO.
Kippered Herring, 18a
Celery, bunch. G-0-lOc
Green Corn. 20c.
Cucumbers, 3 for 25c.
Tomatoes, lb., 15c.
Squash, lb., 2c.
Bell Peppars, lb., 15c
Egg Plant, Jb., 6c
Globe Onions, 4 for 10c.
Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Onions,
Radishes, all bunch stuff, t
bunches for 6c.
Potatoes, sack, 75® 95c
Spinach, lb., sc.
Sweet Potatoes, selected, 8 lba. 25c.
HiTTKii, cheese: and egos
Butter, tub. 35c lb., 3 lbs. SI.OO.
Best tub. 370 lb., S lbs. 51.05.
Fancy Bricks, 3Sc
Oregon, 85c S lbs. SI.OO.
New Tork, 30a
Imported Swiss. 40a
Fresh Ranch, fancy, 50c.
Regular, Eastern. SOc
BACK WITH GAME
The weekly visit of Martin
Glsmervig's launch Corinne car
ried a whole regiment of nlm
rods to Nisqually flats, and they
came home with a load that
made the launch pull some.
Ducks were pulled down to the
number of 74, and one goose
poked his hand in the way of a
stray piece of lead. Commanded
by Capt. Gismervlg, the follow
ing went to the slaughter: A. B.
Cram, R. W. Munger, C. Kelly,
H. Crowe, Ben B. Gray, T. H.
Boneham, Harry H. Schmidt, Al
lan Barlow, Ed Prescott, C. K.
Boneham, A. Hager, C. H. Bart
lett, R. H. Inhoff, N. C. Adams,
E. H. Taylor, R. H. Brown amd
WILSON STRONG HERB.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 6.—
As returns are compiled in Los
Angeles county today Roosevelt's
plurality continued to dwindle.
In 269 precincts complete, out of
573 in Los Angeles city and coun
ty, Roosevelt has 23,307; Wil
son, 19,511; Debs, 7,000; Taft,
648; Chafin, 1,400,
JOE CANNON liOSIvS OCT.
DANVILLE, 111., Nov. 6.—8.
R. Lescurve, . son-in-law and
campaign manager for "Uncle
Joe" Cannon, today conceded the
defeat of the former speaker of
the house. Cannon declined to
make a statement.
WILSON WINS KAS Y.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Nov.
6.—Although supporters of Col.
Roosevelt in Oklahoma expected
graet support from the western
element, a plurality of 20,000 was
returned for Woodrow Wilson as
compared with 1,889 for Bryan In
According to incomplete re
turns Rooseveltt failed to carry
Judge J. J. Carney, democrat,
was elected to congress.
NEVADA HAS DEM. SENATOR*
RENO, Nev., Nov. 6.—With Ne
vada safely in the Wilson column
interest here today centered In
the senatorial race between Key
Pittman, democrat, and Judge A.
V. Massey, republican. Incom
plette returns show Pitttraan to
have a slight lead over Massey,
but the complete vote map throw
the election to the republican can
ARIZONA FOR WIMON.
PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 6.—One
hundred and thirty-three pre
cincts, widely scattered through
out the state, out of a total of
301, today give Wlkon 7.Q32;
Roosevelt 6,011; Taft, 1.918;
Debs, 1,534; Chafln, 30.
COI.HS CAVSR HEADACHE * ORIF
LAXATIVK BROMO Quinine remove! tn«
mum. Thara U only on* "Ilromo Quinine."
Look tot alcnatura or a. W. (JHOVK. «k.
WATKINS LEAVES FOR
To take part in the annual
meting of the minor league mag
nates at Milwaukee President Edd
N. Watkins of the Tacoma Tigers
kins wiet iaosn rhdlu cmfwyUg
left last night for that city. Wat
klns will be one of the bosses
who will go strong after class A
rating. Although the Northwest
ern league has a greater total
population than the Western
leave it is given a lower rating.
BALKAN BATTLE BRINGS
SLAUGHTER OF $25,000
LONDON, Nov. 6.— That 25.
--000 men were killed and wound
ed on both sides in the last two
days' battle, ending in a Bulgar
ian defeat of the Turks between
Serla and Chorlu, was reported
here today. The victors were has-
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X 0 combination of tobacco blend
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No cigarette anywbere is smoked by suet a
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cigarette that so completely satisfies such a large
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The cigarette that pleases all these smokers is
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Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1912.
California teams have threatened
to take away Northwestern league
teams unless teams are sent there
The salary limit question will
also be gone after and it will be
placed at $2,300 if possible and
it Is thought that then every team
will be able to make good finan
cially. Watklns will also take up *
the personal dispute in regard
to Ben Hunt.
■ tening to join the attack on ha
• Tchatalja forts, Constantinople's
i last defense.
The Turkish authorities ia
Salonika, it was said, wore dis
agreed whether or not to surren
der to the Greeks.