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25 watt now 4Or, were 50c
40 watt now 45c, were 550.
60 watt now OOc, were 750.
100 watt now 90c, were $1.10.
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MILWAI'KKE, Nov. 13. —Joe
McOliinity, former Giant Star,
who last year managed the new
ark team, has purchased the Ta
coma Tigers and will manage
that team for the coming year.
No figures have been an
nounced. Mcfiinnity came here
with the idea of buying the Grand
Rapids club, but that deal fell
A complaint was made against
allowing the Northwestern league
to maintain a salary limit $1, i
above that of other leagues in
< las.-: I), but no action was taken.
IT MAY BE HI
(Uy Inlted Press leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Not. 15.—
I lira in Cook, probably the most
famous of all old-time referees,
may be third mnn in the ring
Thanksgiving day when Ad Wol
gast and Willie Ritchie clash for
the lightweight championship.
(By Vnlted Press leased Wire.)
MII/WAUKKK. Nov. 15.—With
no definite action taken on the
matter of the salary limit pro
posal, Managers and magnates at
tending the National Association
of Minor Baseball Leagues con
vention here are leaving for their
WHITMAN DEMANDS GAME
The Northwest college cham
pionship in going to be in a
muddle this year if the present
aspect of things does not change.
No game has yet bee nscheduled
between the U. of W. and Whit
Sporting Observations In
The Sporting World
NEW YORK —"One Round"
Hogan didn't last very long with
Leach Cross here last night when
the latter knocked out the Cali
fornian for the count at tho end
of the third round.
The question of eligibility of
players, a proposed two-division
basket-ball league and several
other minor matters will be dis
cussed at the next meeting of the
Northwest College conference to
be held in Spokane this coming
The Tacoma Rifle and Revol
ver club has begun Its work to
join the United States Revolver
association. At laat night's
meeting at the Armory 12 mem
bers were present. Thursday will
take place the first contest with
some outsld« city.
OLYMPIA—Tom Morgan, resl
Only On* "Hiiomo c»l'iM>T"
That Is LaxuttT* llromo quinine Look for
the •Ignatur* of B. W Orovt. Cum a Cold
In On* Day. CurM Orlp la Tw« Dkjra. ISO.
T*ftE TACOMA TIMES.
man, admitted to be the two
strongest teams in the Northwest,
and it is not likely that one will
be scheduled. Coach Doble of
the Washington is opposed to a
dent of Post lake, has brought in
a wild cat whose size has at
tracted considerable attention.
The cat measures three feet and
is the first animal of its kind seen
OH, WE'LL STAY
IN CLASS B
The Northwestern league will
remain in class B after the com
promise of the National commis
sion that provides for a |3,500
salary limit, which is thought to
be too much for this league.
HONOR SIR TOM
SEATTLE, Nov. 16.—Forty lo
cal yachtsmen attended a dinner
in honor of Sir Thomas Lijitton
here last night, at which arrange
ments were made for the Inter
national ra^f for tlie cup he is to
present to this city.
(I'.y United riess Leased Wire.)
SACRAMENTO, Oil, Nov. 15.
—A deal was closed today where
by Harry Wolverton, manager of
the New York American league
team last seasos, will have charge
of the Sacramento Coast league
club in 1913. Wolverton will
pulldown one of the biggest sal
aries in the organization. He
waa manager of the Oakland team
in 1910 and 1911 and made good.
The second team of the Lin
coln High school sent word to
the local school this morning that
it would be unable to meet the
second team from Tacoma High
as a preliminary to the game be
tween the first teamst. The game
was canceled and the blue and
gold "scrubs" have arranged a
game with the Cushman Indian
school to take the place of the
WOULD PUT HER
ON THE STAGE
Jack McKay is serving a 10
--day jail sentence and the 16-year
old girl whom he is alleßpd to
have promised to "put on the
stage" is in the hands of the pub
lic morals officer. McKay, who
had represented himself aB being
a "theatrical man,'* was caujftu
by detectives aa he wa s taking
the girl aboard a Seattle boat.
Kids to Have Day
at Tacoma Show
Tomorrow will be some kid day
at the armory where the Home
Products show Is In progress. Over
3,000 bags of candy will be given
away during the day by the.Ta
coma Candy & Biscuit company.
Besides, hundreds of dolls and
rubber boots and footballs will
fall into the hands of the young
sters who attend.
Head Lands in Tree
TOLEDO, Ohio.—Two men
were killed and buildings within
a. radius of several miles were
damaged when a (nitroglycerine
factory was wiped off the earth
by an explosion.
JAIL; CORN BARRED
ST. LOUIS.—The little city of
Hardin, 1111., la in a dilemma.
The police have a prisoner in
the jail, Louis Killebrow, but the
jail room is needed for a corncrib
for there is a bumper crop In Cal
houn county this year.*
The Demons of the 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 fliea and the strength
fails; also malaria often paves
the way for deadly typhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and cast out
the malaria germs from the
blood; give you a fine appetite
and renew your strength. "After
long Buffering," wrote Wm. Fret
well, of Lucama, N. C, "three bot
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my system, and I've had good
health ever since." Best for all
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Three Nights, Starting Monday
M AOli ARBUCKIiB
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Prices 50c to «1.50
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"THE GARDEN 'OP AMAH" .
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FOCII OTHKR ACTS ;■;>/;;
There's going to be a merry
klck-shaw in the stadium tomor
row. Tacoma stacks up with
The second teams will play
an eye-opener, and a 212-degreo
Fahrenheit contest is expected.
Whltworth is pitted against
Willamette today. Portland no
tices announces it as a cham-
tonshlp game, nad this makes
t. Martin's wonder where it
ets off. The Lacey boys wal
jped Whltworth recently.
Lincoln and Everett hook up
in Everett tomorrow. Tacoma
found Everett a bad hooking sta
tion, and wish Lincoln better
lurk, for if the Seattle boys win
Tacoma will have a chance to
make up for Uie Everett defeat
by licking Lincoln.
Since Queen Anne is the only
Seattle team to defeat Tacom»
in the last three years, that fair
city la not strong on boosting tht
games with the blue and gold.
Woman's rule is gainin;
ground. They havo a girl yell
leader at Queen Anne.
(BY R. W. nKIM
The T. H. S. Midgets had it
out with the DeKoven Hall.boys
yesterday afternoon In the sta
dium, winning by the score of 20
to 0. The star for the CeKoven
hoys was Harbaugh, the left half
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TOO HEAVY ON
High school rooters put so
much spirit into the yells which
were being practiced for the
Queen Anne game that the ban
was placed on one of them which
involves a whistle at any time in
side of school.
A snake-dance and rally Is
scheduled for downtown this aft
The team has been put through
comparatively light practice this
w—lt. doing no scrimmage work.
All the men are In fine condition
for the battle and the team is
working like clockwork.
FIVE MEN TIED
NEW YORK, Nov. 15.—1n the
15.2 balk line billiard tourna
niont here, five-men —George
Slosson, Gorge Sutton, Willie
lloppo, Ore Moinlngstar and Har
ry Cllne —are tied today for first
plare. Thin afternoon Kodji Ya
mnda, the Japanese, will play.
Cline and Calvin Demarest will
play Al Taylor..
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is hearty, vigorous life, accord
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that Dr. King's New Life Pills
uirely put new Hfe and energy
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iove they are the best made."
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Friday, Nov. 15, 1912.
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