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Langert Liquor Co.
The Pioneer Merchants
of Puget Sound
Beg to announce to their friends and patrons that they
have moved into their new and permanent quarters at
1325 C street, near 13th, and are now ready to serve the
public, and any orders that may come in by telephone or
mail will bo promptly executed and delivered. We also
extend to our friends and patrons a cordial invitation to
visit our new establishment and Inspect our handsome
store and our largo assortment of the most delicious
wines, liquors and cordials, and be convinced that we are
now, more than ever, the house of good values. Thank
ing the public for their past liberal patronage and solicit
ing their future kind favors, which will at all times
have our most prompt and careful attention, we beg to
remain your very truly,
Langert Liquor Co.
1323 C STIIKKT. 1MIOM: MAIN 0023
Special Attention Given to Mail Orders.
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A jimmy pipe's good <^^>^
taste wherever J /**~mm^^~?~ r s~
you smoke it! [ \^f^>
—if it's filled with Prince Albert I
tobacco, now infer-nationally \ ,^^^/^fSk BJaF
famous for its delightful aroma BSB^ B^
and delicious flavor. You can Js^dKss!si^^^^iC&^^l
smoke it in any company to *g£«as!a3«iflP^^ ., /Jo»
everyfiorfy's satisfaction. ?** •» I
Understand this: it isn't tlie pipe, *-^£/^ \ £jj[
ijgjk Paste this in your hat!
< ,■ xijiijffrgLj'^ You'll be as happy over Prince Albert rolled into a nifty cigarette as you are
j?»Vl7s?fe|\ over '* '" a i'mmy pipe.
\[ (U^W^PBm P. A. as a cigarette is a revelation to men who have suffered with the frce
llw^^v^wl\ running dust-brands for years. Why, it's got flavor and fragrance that no
- \*» / J^XbW■■'• '•■ 9 th" tobacco ever equalled. Just you draw in a mouthful and see how cool
MllßflMh U^\ ' and delicious it is. We'll take a chance on your little O. K. „•
\ mMM . ■ ■•■'•; '•■;"■ — -~+ •*-■»> £ raj bog.
lint **mJTu tUytOcnd tin and pomdmHdhmU.pvanJ humidor,.
S|^^g6^Jvi ) R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Wlnston-Salem, N. C
<> READY l-'OIt BIG OAMK. ♦
<$* (United PraM leased Wire) ♦
■* NKW HAVEN, Conn., <»>
<•'• Nov. 22. —-For the final ♦
<> training before the big game •
♦ hero tomorrow between Yale ♦
•• and Harvard football elev- ♦
► ens, the Yale team devoted ■*>
$ the day to practicing gig- <?
?• nals. The Harvard team is <$
•■ finishing its work at New <?>
•■ London. Both elevens are •■
•J- reported to be in excellent ♦
s> shape lor the struggle. . .<J>
AT THE TACOMA
Paul J. Rainey's African Hunt
Pictures will be shown at the Ta
coma theater, becinning next Sun
ilay matinee, for one. The a>i
diencpß aro said to be immedi
ately carried by the ma^lc shirt,
of the flitttag films to the jun
ffles of Africa 1, where are seen
the lion and leopard in their na
tive haunts and later the rhiuo
?ero.s and elephant. Matinees nil!
lie given daily.
1-ItKK TO THK CHILDREN
Tomorrow, any hour, Jap Whls
tlo souvenir to all children calling
at the store. Silvers Piano Co.,
in.)C st. "Advertisement."
Moving and Storage
THE %ACOMA TIMES.
T. H. S. REVERSES DUE
A too-optimistic spirit in the
newspapers and among the play
ers themselves is what Supt. \V.
F. CJeiger, an enthusiastic foot
ball fan, believes to be tho cause
for the revel boh with which the
Tacoma High school team has [
met this season. Mr. Gelger says
that all during tile early part of
the season the papers were harp- 1
ing upon the rosy outlook for the '
Itll season (and it was rosy, he ;
admits), and that tho team was;
COUNTY DEFI HOLDS NO
TERROR FOR MILITIA
Their Ire Juggled and worked
up to the degree of a wh^te heat
by the bold and assuming deft
Isued in yesterday's . Tir&«ti by
the county employes, tho saval
militia has come out with** the
statement that they ha\eu. the
nerve to test the strength* of the
couny earn. They claim thai
they have mastered the find
points of the indoor baseball
LATEST MARKET REPORT
FOR TACOMA HOUSEWIVES
Strawberifeß, 20c box.
Huckleberries, 3 lbs. 250,
Cnraaloupes. 2 for 26c
Pears, box, $1.00.
Oranges, 10(ri50c. ,
Apples, box, 75c@$l.SB.
Apples—Gravenstein, box, $1.35©
Roast Beef, prime rib, lb. 18©20 c.
Pot Roast, 12H@15a . ■
Boiling Beef, ntjUOe.
Sirloin. 200. - .
Only One "BHOMO atTINIJTB"
That is La»atlT« Bromo Quinine. Look foj
the Jlirnniur* of E. W. Gro»». Cure* a Cola
in One liar. Cur« drip In Two Days. 2So.
on garments that are thrown
together for sake of profit. But
a thorough test of our ' work
manship has given us a refu
tation for honest dealing. -Ask
any of our many customers 4)1
they will tell you this is trfre:
We make suits to order for t-;,'
$20 £ $40 Si' 1
Wo have several fine salts and
overcoats left on hand from, -or
ders we will sell (or
EsUb. 188* ' &S
110 So. 12tb ht,,Opp. P. O. '
"While 1 have not talked with
Coach Perkins in regard to the
matter," Supt. Geiger continues,
the statement was made that
many of the members of the foot
ball team would not train for con
iitlon and even would not turn
out for practice. I. believe that
all such men should be put out
of the lineup and their places
taken by those who are willing to
plug along, evcu if they are not
as good as the regulars.
■SUM to such an extent that they
will beat the county to a fine
Here Is the main reason that
i!ie militia gives for the down
fall of any team It meets: En
goe, aeteher; Armstrong, pitcher;
Price, first base ; Jones, left
short; Smith, second base; Swee
ney, right short; Foss , third
base; Harder, left field; Wright,
T-Bone. -22 025 c. . ..
Round Steak, 18a.
Leg of Lamb, spring, 20c.
Lamb Chops, shoulder. 15o; loin
and rib, 20c. ,
Shoulder of Lamb,. 1214 c.
Lamb Stew, lb., 7c, .
Roast Pork, 18-20-2 CC.
Pork Chops, shoulder, 20c; loin
and rib, 23c.
Veal Iloast, 18®250.
Veal Cutlets, 20@250. \
Hani, sliced, 234P3CC.
Salt Tork. 16c.
Pork Sausaße, link, 20c; bulk, 15c.
Corned Beef, boneless, 15a
Spring Chickens, 220.
Sunns Duck*, 2Ec.
Sauabs, 3 Do.
Halibut. 2 Ins. 250.
Crabs, $1.60 aoz.
Trout, 280 lb.
Uluck Cod. 2 lb*. 250.
Rock Cud. 1U«.
Sound Smelts. 2 lbs. 250.
Shrimps, 15c, •
Codfish, brick. 25e.
Olympla Oysters, II qt.
Anchovies, quart, 26c.
Kippered Salmon and Cod, 180.
Kippered Herring, 18c.
Vrtiliililr« ■. ? t.. '
Celery, bunch, G-6-lOc.
Green Corn. 200.
Cucumbers, 3 for 25e.
Tomatoes, lb., 15c. • . "
:-■■!•!.i sh, lb.. 2e.
Hell Peppers, lb., 15c.
Kbb Plant, lb., sc.
Globe Onions, 4 for 10c
Beets, Carrots, Tui-nlps, Onions,
- Radishes, all bunch stud, i
bunches for Be.
Potatoes, sack, 75 195 c.
Spinach, lb., • 80. i
Sweet Potatoes, selected. 8 lbs. 25c.
Bermuda onions, 2 lbs. 25c.
, 11l I 1111. 1 Ml-:I >!•■ AND EGGS
Butter, tub, 35c lb., 8 lbs. 11.00.
Beet tub, 37c lb.. 3 lbs. 11.05.
Fancy Bricks. 38c.
Oregon, 35c, 1 lbs. 11.00.
New York, 30(3. !
Imported Swiss, 40c ;'■*'.■
Fresh Ranch, fancy. 50c.
Regular, Eastern. 30c
AXI) JEWELERS ■•
•Invite visitors to their es
apart from motives of
Bale and purchase and
solely with reference to
viewing the notable col
lection of artistic mer
'^■\'.i- chandise on exhibition.' '•■
014 l'nrlflr Aye.
PIONEER JK\VKI,KRS }
Established 1888. .;-\
BAT WANTS FIRE ALARM
CHICAGO, Nov. 22.—Be
cause he has a hard time
hearing the boll at the end
and opening of a round, due
to a slight deafness. Bat
tling Nelson, one time cham
pion lightweight, insisted
today that a regular old fire
alarm gong be installed at
ringside when he meets
Leach Cross in New York
I Short Sport [
The final game of the season
for the Whitworth college team
will take place Saturday after
noon on the college grounds when
the sailors from the TJ. S. S.
Charleston will be the opposition.
His training completed for his
match with Frank Farmer in Ea
tonvillo tomorrow night, Joe
Bonds, the local heavyweight
boxer, left for the scene of bat
tle this afternoon.
LOS AXGELKS, Cal., Nov. 22.
—Eddie Hallinan. utility lnt'ield
er for the St. Louis Americana
and former Los Angeles Inflelder,
may wear a Vernou uniform next
KENOSHA, Wis., Nov. 22.—
Sport writers hove today gave
Charley White a shade In his ));it
tle liere last night with l Jal Moore
SAN FRAXCISCO, Cal., Xov.
22.-—A red hot clash is expected
here tonight when Frilz Holland
of Spokane and Otto Berg of As
toria, Ore., middleweights, meet
in a 10-round contest at Dream
NEW YORK, Nov. 22.—Young
Mike Donovan, son of the veteran
boxing instructor of the Xew
York Athletic club, is the victor
hero today over "Red"' Ames,
whom he put away in three
VKKK TO THK ('IIIIjimKX
Tomorrow, any hour, Jap Whis
tle souvenir to all children calling
at the store. Silvern Piano Co.,
1115 C st. "Advertisement."
TO WHOMIT MAY INTEREST
IPilisSs*!! that I was accident
w£Gßs!!PryßMttlly Injured on the
I JKSsfwSraH"ll^** lait year.
ißS^lllflS After doctoring with
*BTOfcsSSsgi many doctors wlth-
out getting relief,
|3IHpSI£sFjH finally I was advised
.Ki?WifcsPf<&fl| to take Yee Wo'i
j'JiflP*fc^jHroot and herb medl
jj/H§&Sfciwß|clno for two months
SSESKT/hH Now I am completely
«SSB^J-->i<^ cured. If It were
aolMl'"™ not for him I would
be a great sufferer today. I am
pleased to recommend Yee Wo to
any sufferers who may desire to
take bis medicine.
(Signed) OEO. DUNHAM,
•*' _. _ I*o2 Portland ay
Tee- Wo Chines* Med. Co.. 1116 V,
So. C st. Tacoma. Wash. "
If. Yon, Chines*
•Eg V I have been sut-
VSmatey A faring severely
H^sa^^^l from kidney trou
■BßgCHjy bla and rheuina
yß&MW tiEm for th past
«E 31 t yrl., and have
a|i^^ been • doctoring
jSmtf. gKßiiut relief. After
derful remedial, under your
treatment for 8 weeks, the pain
and soreness have entirely' dis
appeared. Tour* truly, P. A. Sol
der, 5710 So. Taklma ay., Tacoma.
A wonderful Chinese medicine.
Send 2c stamp for question blank
to 114« Vi Pacific ay. Main 1288.
The Iml'il and flout dor
Hnimni on the rout,
.VH.HT ROUND TRIPS D.tll.r
Leaven Tiooma from Mu
nicipal Dock at 1:00, 1:00, 11:80
a. m.; 1:00, 8:00. 6:00. 7:00
9:00 p. m. -■■ •-' v
Leava Seattle from Caiman
dock, 7:00. t:00. 11:00 a. m,
1:00, 3:00. 5:00. 7:00. 9:00 p. m.
SINOLK TAtM ate.
ROUND TUIP 60« i
A Simmer ICvcry Tito Hsnra.
1,. K. PURFKLI,, Amrmt
Phone Mato 3445
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MAY NOT PLAY
An Injury which may prove se
rious enough to keep him out of
the big gam© with Lincoln on
Thanksgiving day has foene troub
ling Leo Horejs, captain of the
Tacoma High school team, since
the game with Queen Anne last
Saturday. An examination has
shown that a vertebrae has been
Tickets will be placed on sale
downtown at 2 3 cents each until
the day before Thanksgiving,
tickets at the gate being 50 cents.
The five highest scores of
Tarom niPii made in the revolver
shoot for the championship of the
United States which was held last
night on the Armory range net
led a total of 998 in the com
petition with Denver, Col. The
next shoot will be held next
Thursday when Portland, Ore.,
Btacka up with the locals.
~FIIKK TO THK CHILOIU'IN
Tomorrow, any hour, .lap Whis
tle souvenir to all children calling
at the store. Silvers Piano Co.,
1115 C at. "Advertisement."
COLONIAL TntKISH BATHS
Cloan, New, Sanitary.
Always Open. Private ituonw.
Pac. ay. & 7th. Main 5970
In the history of clothes-making have the
well dressed men of this vicinity been of
fered better clothes, smarter style, more
new, desirable features than we oTTer this
fall at ■
Made to U jl I""
OrL tP I Zj *»*•
It takes more than printer's ink and a
clothing factory to make good clothes. That
is why they come to us. We have models
designed for young men, also attractive
styles for the older man. The fabrics are
chosen for them. Many special features
are. added this fall that will please the
HARD TO PLEASE, and all men appreci
ate that. All we ask is for you to see our
fall line before you buy, then judge for
920 Pacific Aye.
Friday, Nov. 22, 1912
Whnt Texans Admiro
Is henrty, 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 person. Wife and I be
lieve they are the beat made."
Excellent for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. 25c at Ryner
Malstroin Drug Co., 938 Pacific
The Upstairs Store
BATES 8 MACLELLAN
Values Speak Larger
If some of our mer
chants spent less money
telling what wonders
they were doing and
gave better values they
would do more business.
"Get the Idea?"
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