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PAGE TWO.
Some Points
in Favor of
and Against
Time-Lock
Handcuffs.
Words by Rrhnef
Music l>v Coutlo.
RITCHIE MAKES 133 EASY;
WOLGAST'S CRIPPLED ARM
STINGS SPARRING PARTNER
(By United Press l,e.i*e«l Wire.)
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21.—
laying a wager of $800 to $1,
--100 one San Francisco bettor to
lay has given evidence of his
HaltU that Willie Ritchie will take
lid Wolgast's number when the
»*lr meet tore Thanksgiving day.
Only the one bet has been BUKta
lo far In figures of any size, and
I is expected that money on the
(vent will not bo free for some
lays. It Is known, however, that
Volgast has money to bet on
limself and as there Is always a
rowd which strings with the
Bhampious here. The Ritchie
SHORT SPORT NEWS
Lil Jack Art is out of the jug. They couldn't find anything
against him and he's the boy that licked Jin .Jeffries.
There is more fhnn MM way to work up a turkey appetite for
Thanksgiving ,and one of the best ways is to witness a good football
lame.
Sir Tom Upton still has that docg*d determination to Beize the
Mr yacht trophy. Ha is going to bring hia pet Shamrock IV over to
turn the trick in tfii.
Joe Bmdl is going to be an ( xclusive promoter and not a war
rtor of tho roiied arena hereafter, If his plans work out right.
Harvey Donaldson, the bantam and lightweight wrestling champ,
U going to try and arrange a nuitch with X. D. -Moser, the local mut
nan of the Y. M. C. A., as soon as ho is able to wrestle.
"Bill" Ooyle, the old Hroadway High football star and a mem
ber of the University of Washington team for four years, got his
r focal ability In tun.' the other night and lit into the Broadway foot
' kail men who do not turn out for practice liecause they had dates
irlth girls. Bill told the girls that if he were in their places he
would turn up his noae at the quitters as they did when he was in
chool.
tbwre is Only Onm
"Bromo Quinine
That Is •'
laxative Bromo Quinine
USED THE WORLO OVER TO CURE A COLO Ul OHE BAT,
Always remember the full name. Look, *(& fITXf 0
ftr.*Ms signature .on every box.., 2fio. CO Wf^j££r'lttir* ■*
\ f\\ -| fl mm a Ilr
I Clones From Maker to Wearer
I /$sL Quality clothes
I NdT^^V"' mean Herbst clothes —
BA. *it/ not the ordinary charac-
M terless garments but
9S /lnP^^^%?\ garments illustrating
■ l((v 111 \-\ c ncs* expression
uNL ft' |i^ v \|\\ "'' modern tailoring.
Bar I "''■ .1 \\ Presidential .rear will
ifial / /I \A be a "big" year at the
V^e3\ L. / / B^*^ nci}»st Shop, and it is
I r£jll (T /*/ .|Sf!idircctty Attributable to
WI lA(skrJ the fact that we sell the
W/i || k / w/ liill(^ of< clothes the peo
ll /•' ' | / ' w/ plo want —sell them cv-
I I /\, 7fT cry day in tho year at
m 1} / \ /I I considerably less than
II J\* ''* I \l otliei-s, even when giv
f 1 /I 1 Iv m £ their hurrah sales.
117 I 1 I OUR $15 SUITS AND
I \tll I • I OVERCOATS FOR
% 11/1 I 1 MEN ARE REGULAR I
I {- I I $25 VALUES.
'JMMfnF-Tn' Suits and
IB^WEIIS\ Overcoats
'■^Rif^. '■• (With the Herbst Guar
sAU^*-;^\Jj- -i ;V'.•;,., : : . antee of Quality) '
TAKE ELEVATOR dji C
■^^^ND SAVE $10. t]) 1 O
HBl^ Clothes Shop
»AL REALTY BUILDING
M. Rooms 214-220 -.
Camp expects the money market
to go as low as 2 to 1. When
that time comes, Bara Hitchie, he
will gamble a little pile on his
own chances in the mill.
Ritchie today win demonstrate
to Coilroth and the sporting writ
ers of the town that lie can nuno
ISI pounds easily. The bunch
will visit him at San Uafael to
see his workout,
Wolgast is hammering away
daily at the Seal Rock house. His
left arm, whirl) was said to bo
crippled, nearly put one of his
training partnen away yesterday
When he I.mil a sojld left hook.
Willie Hoppe Is Still the Champion
Billiardist; Slosson a Close Second
(Hy United Press Lt-aseU Wire.)
NSW YOUK, Nov. |i. —Uy hia
defeat of Ora Morningstar in the
laat game of the 18.2 balk line
billiards championship tourna
ment, Willie Hoppe retains today
hla title as world's champion,
lloppe's score in the last game
was 500 against 27C for Morning-
Htar.
The game waß not up to ex
pectations, but Hoppe at times
gave a splendid exhibition of his
skill, making runs of HO, 77 and
74.
The finals give Hoppe six
Kiiines won, one lost; George Slos
■on made second place, winning
give games and losing two. Morn
ingstar and Kodjl Yaniada are
tied for third place.
Pneumatic Sparring Partner
Latest Wrinkle in Pugilism
WILLIE RICHIE SPARRING WITH THE "DUMMY."
Willie Ritchie, who is traniing
across the bay from San Francis
co for his Thanksgiving day
championship match -wtih Ad
Wolgast, is the first flghter in his
tory, so far as is known, to use
a dummy for sparring partner.
The apparatus shown in the
above picture is heavily weighted
around the feet. From the waist
up it is rubber, covered with can
vas and inflated with air by
moans of a bicycle pump. The
heavy weight attached to the feet
permits the dummy to be knocked
down full length, but it immedi
ately rights itself and is ready for
another wallop.
One advantage about the dum
my is that it teaches a flghter to
hit clean. A glancing punch
slides off, while a solid blow, de
livered properly, knocks it full
length. The figure la the exact
height of an ordinary man.
JUST 12 HOUNDS
(ny United Press Leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21.—
Ecole Balzac of France is victor
here today over Eyrol Sanders,
American fighter, after 12 rounds
of a gruelling battle, during
which the shade was all on the
sloe of ■ the Frenchman.
JOHXXV WANTS. TO FIGHT.
(By I'm It ml I'icnh Ijcaaed Wire.)
CLEVELAND, 0., Nov. 21.—
Stirred up by the ease with which
Johnny Dundee outpointed
Frankle Conley in Los Angeles,
Johnny Kilbane now wants to
meet the victor there New Year's
day.
Merchant* Delivery
1 Mortal and Storage
Mala tea.
THE TAOOMA TIMES.
Ritchie has named it "Wolgaet."
Of course he has not done away
with the regulation sparring part
ner—the tough Individual who
takes a walloping every afternoon
in exchange for a few dollars a
week and the eats—but the dum
my does his share of tba work.
PACIFIC BEER
is a beverage to
DINE {\\l
work i I \|
SLEEP i rl^
Used with meals,-it. stimulates the appetite
and assists digestion.
A glass now and then during the day im
parts strength and energy. . ;■'■
Partaken of upon Retiring, its tonic proper-,
ties quiet the nerves and guarantees sound,
refreshing sleep, •
BEST, EAST OR WEST
... . / Main 362 „
George Slossoii, upper right
liand corner, n close second to the
champion in blllinrd tourney just
completed in New York city.
Willie Hoppe, lower left hand
corner, world's champion billiard
player, by virtue of defeating Ora
Morningstar last night in New
York city.
JOE FAVORITE
OVER RIVERS
$ <s>
<3>. (United Press Leased Wire) <S>
♦ LOS ANGELES, Nov. 21. <$>
<* -—Ten to seven is the price ♦
<«> marked to date on the <$■
9 Thanksgiving day Rivers- <j>
<$> Mandot battle, with Mandot <$>
3> the favorite. .. Indications •$>
<§> are, however, that there will <•>
<S> be much Rivers money on <&
<£> and a shorter price at the <?>
<$> ringside would occasion lit- <■>■
<§> tie surprise. <$>
♦ ■$>
TACOMA BOYS
ARE BETTER
That Troop B equestrians are
the equal, if not the superior, of
many professional equestrians
was shown last night at the
armory when professionals re
turning to Los Angeles from Cal
gary. The locals excelled in the
majority of the events.
The battle royal with broad
swords was won by Trooper Tay
lor after 20 minutes of fighting.
Troopers Smith and Seymour
were victors in the wrestling
bouts. Bert Elmore gave an ex
hibition of fancy riding, and a
squad from Troop B under direc
tion of Sergeant Middlesworth
gave a fine exhibition of bare
back riding.
Wlmt Tfxans Admlro
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 persoil. Wife and I be
lieve they are the best made."
Excellent tot stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. 25c at Ryner
Malstrom Drug Co., 938 Pacific
ay.
P. C. 1.11. WILL
HAVE ALL
SPORTS
Baskot-ball will not be the only
indoor sport which the Pierce
County Athletic assocaition will
center its efforts upon, according
to a decision made at the meet
ing of the HIM 111 lull at the Y.
M. C. A. last ntght. There will
be indoor meets, wrestling and
indoor baseball.
Preston A. Berry wag elected
president and representatives
from each organization were made
vico presidents. The basket-ball
schedule will be drafted at once
but other arrangements will bo
held over until after Thanksgiv
ing.
NAVY BEATS U.P.S.
One of the queerest football
games ever seen in the Northwest
was played in the stadium yester
day afternoon and evening be
tween the U. P. S. and "All Stars"
from the Bremerton navy yard,
ending in a victory for the husky
sailors by a score of 14 to 0.
The game was played practical
ly in the dark.
The scores came when it was
so dark that the spectators were
unable to distinguish the players.
BASKET BALL "
WILL HOLD STAGE
Basketball will hold full sway
shortly for the passing of foot
ball comes with Thanksgiving
and after that there will be
marked increase in interest in
basketball. It is planned to have
eight teams entered in the
Pierce County A. A. Final plans
for this association will be adopt
ed next week.
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COACH PERKINS TO HAVE
COMPLETE SQUAD FOR BIG
GAME WITH LINCOLN HIGH
With all the men in good condition and two full teams now eli
gible for the game with Lincoln, the chances of the Blue and Gold
look mighty good to the local football fans. Taeoma is going to put
her greatest efforts into this game hopes to wipe out tlie Quceu
Anne defeat of la.nt Saturday.
Contrary to the rumor which spread lately to the offect that sev
eral of the team would be watching the game in citizen's clothes
Thanksgiving day after the monthly mnrks were in. Coach Perkins
announces that all the boys will be eligible, and, in fact, the squad
will be larger than ever. Al Crane and Arthur Barck are again out
in uniform after a long period of inellgibillty, and will be used, If
necessary, although they are hardly in practice to start the game
with Lincoln.
One of the bisKfst crowds of the season U expected. The game
will take place at l:30 o'clock. Lincoln is planning on sending over
a big delegation.
LATEST MARKET REPORT
FOR TACOMA HOUSEWIVES
Strawbenles, !(Oo box.
Huckleberries, 3 lbs. 25c.
Cantaloupes. 2 for 25c.
Pears, box, $1.00.
Oranges, 10<ii "ioc.
Lemona, 3Oiisoc.
Cocoanuts, 10c.
Bananas —300 i\o7..
AppU'S, box, 75c@51.25.
Applea—Qravcnsteln, box, f1.35@
1.60.
NraM
Roast Beef, prime rib, lb. 181? 20c
Pot Roast, 12^j I^l6o.
Boiling Beef, B'u lou.
Sirloin. 20c
Porterhouse. 250280. ■ ■
T-Bone, 22<jJ25c.
Round Steak. 18c.
Leg of I.unit), spring, 20c.
Lamb Chops, shoulder, 15c: loin
and rib. 20c.
Bhoulder of Lamb, 12Hc
Umb Stew, lb., 7c.
Roast Pork, 18-20-25 C.
Pork Chops, shoulder, 20c; loin
and rib. 23c.
Veal lioast, 18@>25c.
Veal Cutlets, 20(S 125 c.
Ham, siloed, 25@30c.
Salt Pork. lKc.
Pork Sausage, link, 2Cc; bulk, IBa
Bacon, ISO-SBc.
Corned Beef, boneless, 15c
Tripe, 10c.
Brains. 15c
Liver. 10c
Poultry
Spring Chickens, 22c.
Hens, 20c.
Spring Ducks, 25c
Sauabs, 3Sc.
Fltk.
Halibut. 2 lbs. 26c.
Thursday, Nov. 21, 1912.
Craba, $1.50 fa cluz.
Trout, 25c lb.
Salmon, ]*c-
Black Cod. 2 lba. 250.
Rook C"d. 1U«.
Sound Smelts. 5 lbs. 210.
Shrimps, lDc.
Codfish, brick. 26c.
Olymnla Oysters, $1 qt.
Anchovies, quart, 26c.
Kippered SRlmon and Cod, 180,
Kippered Herring, ISo.
W-;rl.ililr|
Celery, bunch. S-6-lOc
Green Corn. 20c.
Cucumbers, 3 for 25c.
Tomatoes, lb., 15c.
.S'ltianh. lb.. la.
Ball Peppers, lb., 15c
Ebk Plant, lb.. 50.
Globe Onions, 4 for 10c.
Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Onions,
Radishes, all bunch •tufi, I
bunches for 6c.
Cabbage, E@ilOc. ■: .
Potatoes, sack, 75@95c.
Spinach, lb.. Be.
Sweet Potatoes, selected. 8 lbs. 2"c
Bermuda onions. 2 lbs. 25c.
ill i I ill. i ii'.;i m: AND BOGS
Butter. tub, 35c lb., 3 lbs. $1.00.
Best tub. 37c lb., 3 lbs. $1.03.
Fancy Bricks, 38c.
Washington, 3Sc.
Oreccn, 33c, 3 lbs. 11.00.
CMm
Tilamook, 20c
Wisconsin, 20c.
Now York, 30c.
imported Swiss, 40a.
Roquefort, COc.
■Ml
Fresh Ranch, fancy, EOc.
Regular. Eastern. 30c.

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