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PAGE TWO.
After All,
Is a Jag an
Ornament
to Any
Fireside?
Word* by Srhaef
Mu»lt by rondo.
HERE THEY ARE! WALTER CAMPS ALL-STAR TEAM FOR 1912
LARSON LEADS
TEAM FDR
1313
■William ("Honey") Larsen, the
little left end of Tacoma High
for the past two seasons, was
honored with the election to the
captaincy of tho Blue and (Sold
team for 19 ID'at a meeting of
the members of the team held In
the school gymnasium yesterday
afternoon.
Larsen Is a junior in school.
He 1b a brother of Iry Larsen,
end on the championship 1909
team.
Larsen was the steadiest and
prettiest tackier on the. team and
played a good game throughout
this neiison. He is a good train
er and will set a good example
for the team.
Harry Ihtk.hi was also a strong
favorite for the job.
Seat sale tomorrow for "The
Ruse of Panama.," Tacoma thea
ter. "Advertisement."
The M/ssk
Men f\Wm
Who (a r F
Have iT • »Jv
Bought I I
Clothes L _}
Here ji^
are my only outside
salesmen — the way
they are sending me
customers — think
I paid them salaries.
The truth is — they
know that at
$15
the Suits and the Over
coats they bought here
arc amazing values. If
you see them you'll own
at least —and I'll
have another cheerful
salesman. .
Take Elevator and Save
- $10.
Our $15 Suits and Overcoats
are regular $25 values.
HERBST
CLOTHES SHOP
1 2nd Floor Not!. Realty Bldg.
Open * Saturday Kvenings Till
..;;* 10:30.
: TO WHOM IT MAY INTEREST
' LJlmtt UWa^aM ThU la .to certify
> H that I wti accldeat-
K^iH ■ ally Injured on th«
H BHB railway last year.
■HgiiQS Alter doctoring- with
MS many doctors with
[>l out «ettln«- relief.
|j| ■ finally I was advised
sjl Vlflto take Ye« Woe
EH root and herb mcdl-
Idne for two months.
' ■^■Now I am completely
■ ■■ cured. If It were
! MHaSEaSalaVnot for him I would
: be a groat sufferer today. I am
! : pleased "to : recommend Yes Wo to
any ■ sufferers ■ who .• may deslr* ,to
take his medicine. »;.«.-^w^ w;
(Signed) ■;, < GEO. DUNHAM.
.(555,.,^..-«-,.-.., ■' ■+,:.;, . I*o2 ■ Portland »T.
Te* Wo : "Chinese | lied. i Co. • 111* V 4
«aßo. l C at.. Tacoma, Wull . :. ■; --
ZBY AND POLLY
GRIMM TO MEET
It is all now nettled that
Zbys/.ko mill Polly Ciriiinii
shall meet on the mill here
January ;!<>. ucroi'ding to in
formation sni<l to have been
given by Frank Hermuii,
business manager of the
Polish iipplrr. However,
it will probably help the
Kate receipts more should
the enterprising manager
admit that /ill Is no match
for the champion Frank
(infill than k<> parading the
valuable information thai
y.bys/.ko is the logical coil*
U-udrr for the title.
For lie isn't.
Short Sport
Johnny KM bane bent Monte
Attell ho badly last night in
Cleveland that the coppers
stopped the fight in the eighth
round of a scheduled ten-round
session.
Al I'alzer Is coming to the
coast to prepare for the winner
of the Flynn-McCarthy scrap De
cember 10.
Mike Gibbons and Eddie Me-
Qoorty meet in New York to
night for the world's middle
weight championship. Jim Cor
bett pronounces Mike as the nift
iest battering ram In tho history
of the middleweight game.
fieorge Archibald, famouß
jockey, is visiting his parents on
the coast.
Joey Mifndot says he la too
stale to fight again for a while.
Therefore he has declined Jin:
Coffroth's offer to fight Ad Wol
gast, ex-champion, on New
Year's day.
A special meeting of the board
of directors of the National
league has been called to consid
er the case of Roger Hresnatian,
erstwhile manager of the St.
Louis club, who claims he was
under contract at $10,000 a year.
I Jimmy Brltt also has "come
back." Learning that his old pal
and enemy of olden days, Hat
Nelson, has stuck to the game,
Jimmy has announced his deter
mination to put on the gloves.
I'.i-itt is In training.
EXPECTS U.P.S.
TO MAKE GOOD
That the U. P. S. will have one
of the strongest basket-ball teams
in years Is the belief of Frank
Riley, coach of the Methodist
team. The team plays the first
game of the season next week
when it lines up against the Cush
man Indian team.
Makes the Nation Gasp
The awful list of injuries on a
Fourth of July staggers humanity.
Set over against it, however, is
the wonderful healing, by Buck
len's Arnica Salve, of thousands,
who suffered from burns, cuts,
bruises, bullet wounds or explo
sions. Its the quick healer of
bolls, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or
piles. 25c at Ryner Malstrom
Drag Co., 938 Pacific ay.
DR. BOYER
Chiropodist
Corno Removed
7th and Fac. Tel. Main 5970
Strs. Indianapolis
and Chippewa
TIM Cutest md fin»«t day
■tonun om <■• c«ut
SIGHT ROUND TRIPS DAILY
■ Leave* Tacoma from Mu
nicipal Dock at 7:00. 9:00, 11:0*
a. m 1:00. 1:00, *:00. 1:00
1:00 p. m. ■
,- - ■ Leave Seattle . front Caiman
dock. 7:00. 1:00. 11:00 a. m,
1:00. 1:00. 1:00, 7:00. »:00 p. m.
i SINQLB FARM Me.
,'--H ROUND TRIP S*«
A Steamer Kverr Tot* Hours.
„ U K. purckli, AMt
..;*- Phone Main 1441 >V*
TOP TO BOTTOM: BRICK
LEY, CROWTHBR, FELTON,
THORPE.
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES
PLAY BASKETBALL
Christian churches of the city
proved last night at the reception
given at the Y. M. C. A. that they
can play basket-ball. Women
basket-ball teams represented the
McKinley Park and Lincoln Park
churches, while the First Chris
tian church had one woman's team
and four men and boys' teams.
More than 200 were present.
In the women's basket-ball
KENTUCKYLIQUORCo.
Incorporated
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN WINES AND
LIQUORS
Sole Agents James E. Pepper & Co. and Louis
Hunter Rye
Family Orders Solicited and Promptly
Attended to.
102 4-6 810 So. 14th St. Telephone Main 113.
No Bar in Connection.
THE4TACOMA TIMES.
FAMOUS EXPERT NAMES
BEST MEN ON GRIDIRON
END—Felton of Harvard.
TACKLE—Englehorn of Dartmouth.
GUARD—Pennock of Harvard.
CENTER—Ketcham of Yale.
GUARD—Logan of Princeton.
TACKLE—Butler of Wisconsin.
END—Bomeisler of Yale.
QUARTER—Crowther of Brown.
HALFBACK—Brickley of Harvard.
HALFBACK—Thorpe of Carlisle.
FULLBACK—Mercer of Pennsylvania.
NKW YORK, Dec. 4.—Ht re is
Waller Camp's all-American foot
ball eleven of 1912, especially se
cured for The Times through,-the
courtesy of Collier's National
Weekly.
Camp, In his analysis, says:
"Thore are a few words to) say
to show how difficult these selec
tions have been. Although Bo-
meiuler and Kelton make th« first
team, Very of Perm State, Ash
liiiiiKli of Brown, Hoeffel of Wis
consin and Jordan of Bucknell,
stand cli>w, with others worthy
of consideration.
"The same is true of other posi
tions. The choice of a quarter
was very difficult, as Crowther,
Pazzetti of l.<-hi«h and Bacon of
Wesleyan each has special char
acteristics for the position.
"In the backfleld the first
siring selection is especially pow
erful, with Brickley, Thorps and
Mercer. Morey, Dartmouth;
Pumpelly, Yale; Wendell, Har
vard; Baker, Princeton; Hardage,
Vandorvilt, and Norgren, Chicago,
would all show brilliantly. Flynn,
Yale, was the longest kicker and
fastest man, but had no plays to
disguise his attack.
"If ever there was complete
justification of rule-making, It
was this year. For two years the
really discerning had protested
against the barren attempt of
one team to score when two were
nearly equal.
"Felton, Harvard, always a
long kicker, steadied until he
kicks like his master, Haughton,
with bettor distance. His kicks
help ends get down field. Kick
ing alone does not assure him a
place on the Ail-American team.
His work, boxing in tackles and
on defense, is steady and sure.
Bromeisle'r, Yale, outclassed all
ends again. He is the ideal com
bination. Covering FMynn's kicks,
he was spectacle worth seeing.
"Englehorn, Dartmouth, was a
good, all-round tackle. He played
better in big games than in prac-
games the results were: First,
4; McKlnley Park, 2; Lincoln
Park, 8; McKinley Park, 1. The
first team of the First church wpn
from the second, 5 to 1. The liint
intermediate team won from the
second intermediate team of the
First church, 8 to 4.
A musical program was also
given. The Methodists wilt be
guests Tuesday night.
tice. His work against Harvard
was excellent.
"Uutler, Wisconsin, was the
best tackle In the west, which is
saying much. He was powerful,
active, good at blocking and dan
gerous in breaking through.
"Logan, Prineeon, played steady
football, and steadiness Is vital
for a guard under modern rules,
lie could take care Of his section
in each game.
"Pennock, Harvard, was an
other dependable guard, needed
to complete the middle arch of
defense. He was good in carry
ing his charge through, watchful
and resourceful.
"Ketcham, Yale, was ahead of
any center in the country. He
was more active than last season.
So many times ho tackled the
runner down field that j'e was
taken for an end, and so many
times he stopi>ed a runner com
ing through the line ho was taken
for a secondary man.
"Crowther, Brown, was a fit
ting successor for former Brown
quarters, Small, but well put to
gether, he carried himself splen
didly in the running game, was
cool and collected, a first-class
catcher of punts and showed judg
mont in selecting plays and men.
"Brirkley, Harvard, proved the
star of backfield men. Itunntng
as strongly in straight-line plung
as Wendell, he was better on
plays off tackle. He was a Srop
klcker of such accuracy and speed
that he was dangerous inside the
5 0-yard line.
"Thorpe, Carlisle, showed again
the greatest individual 1 prowess of
any back on the gridiron. He has
demonstrated in every department
that he was capable of what I pre
dicted last year.
"Mercer, Pennsylvania, although
on a team that suffered defeat af
teT defeat early in the season,
kept pounding away and improv
ed over last year. He was strong
enough for a line plunger and
faßt enough for an runner."
LATEST MARKET REPORT
FOR TACOMA HOUSEWIVES
Fruits
Japanese oranges, 64c box.
Strawbei:!es, 20c box.
Huckleberries, 2 lbs. 25c.
Pears, box, $1.00. -
Oranges, 10@50c.
Lemons, 30@50c.
Cocoanuts, 10c.
Bananas—3oc dos. -
Apples, box, 75c®51.25.
Apples—Oravensteln. box, $1,35
1.50. ' .
Heat*
Spare nobs. 15c lb.
Veal Stew, 150 lb.
Pork Tenderloin 45c.
Roast Beef, prime rib, lb. 180200.
Pot Roast, 12H@16c
Boiling Beef, B@loc.
Sirloin, 20c ■
Porterhouse. 25 28c
T-Bone, 22 25c
Round Steak. lie.
L.eg of Lamb, spring. tOo,
Lamb Chops, shoulder. Ho: 101 l
and rib, 10c
Shoulder of Lamb. 12V40.
Lamb Stew, lb., to.
Roast Pork, 18-2 0-2 sc.
Pork Chops, shoulder, 20oj loin
and rib. 25c.
Veal Roast, 18@2Bo.
Veal Cutlets, 200250.
Ham, sliced. 26030 c '
Bait Pork. 15c. »
Pork Sausage, link, 2Cc; bulk, 15a
Bacon, 18OVBC
Corned Beef, boneless, Its.
Trips. 10c. -
Brains, 15a. ■
Liver, 12 He ' '
P*ttl*lT
Spring Chickens, 22c
liens, l»o. i-.'•,•, :
Spring Duokav tie. ,i« V-H
$«uabs, »6c. • . •:, ■
TOP TO BOTTOM: KET
CHAM, BOMEISLER, LOGAN,
MERCER.
risk.
Halibut. 1 lbs. 26c.
Crabs, $1.6002 aaz.
Trout, 25c ID.
Salmon, I*3.
Black Cod. 2 lba. 25c.
Hock Cud. lie
Hound Smelts. 1 lbs. 254
Shrimps, 18c. •>
Codfish, brick. 15c
Olympla Oysters, II qt.
Anchovies, quart, 25c.
Kippered Salmon and Cod, Ha.
Kippered Herring;, lie.
T«setal»lea
French Bermuda Onions, 3 lbs. 25c.
California. Head Lettuce, 2 lbs. 15c.
Celery, bunch, 6-t-100.
Cucumbers, 2 for 25c.
Tomatoes, lb., 15c
a ash, lb.. In.
Bell Peppers, lb., 15a
Kgff Plant, lb., So.
Globe Onions. 4 (or 10c.
Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Onions,
Radishes, all bunch stuff, 1
bunches for So.
Cabbage, 6 010 c.
Potatoes, sack, 75©95 c.
Spinach, lb., Be.
Sweet Potatoes, selected, 10 lbs. 25c
Bermuda onions, 2 lbs. 25c.
BUTTER, CHBBIB AND EGGS
Butter, tub. 85a lb.. a lbs. $1.00.
Best tub, 40c lb.
Fancy Bricks, 45c.
Washington, 40c.
lowa, ,350, 3 lbs. 1.00.
' Cheese
Tilamook, 32c.
Wisconsin, 22c. ,
New York. JOe /
Imported Swiss, 40c ' >>
Roquefort, 60c
•. '■ • - E«r«".
Fresh Ranch, fancy, 40c.
Regular, Eastern, 30@550.
BONDS CALLS OFF
FARMER FIGHT
Joe llonils won't fight
White Hopist Fanner next
week after all. For gome
reason or other the former
collegian lias decided to de
lay pulling off the ii si.i un
til a later date. Also, Joe
has taken a notion to put off
zee grand opening of the
Hillside Athletic club.
Hauling Brandt will prob
ably be till' opening attrac
tion at Joe's new fist empor
ium, and It is likely, also,
that Kddie Marino, the Tn
count lightweight, may be in
duced to again don the mitts.
BIG TIME FOR
YACHT CLUB
A cruise and barbecue will be
the Sunday program for the Ta
coma Yacht club. The yachts
will leave the Foss boathouse afr
10 o'clock and will to Manzanlta
beach where the barbecue will be
held. Rear Commodore A. H. Coe
will be in charge.
i ni i>«i in-in \i hi: and GRIP
LAXATIVK BROMO Quinine removes the
cause. There la only one "Bromo Quinine."
Loo, for signature of I£. W. UROVK. 26c.
\ *^^*^ Jj
Practical Gifts
For Men
', Of course one of our Suits or Over
coats from fifteen to thirty-five dollars
.would be a fine Christmas Gift for any,
man. But here are a few suggestions
of other articles that Dege's is offering
to help in making up your list of pres
ents: Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes,
Lounging Robes, Gloves, Fancy Waist
coats, Combination Jewelry Sets, Tie
and Hose to match (neatly boxed),
Sweaters, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Pa
jamas, Neckwear, Shirts, Umbrellas,
Walking Sticks, Suit Cases and Hand
Bags—these and many articles of ap
parel and usefulness are here in effec
tive profusion.
Gifts Chosen
Here Are
Chosen Wise
ly and Well
James H. Dege Co.
1110-12-14-16 Pacific ay.
The Good Clothes Store for Men and Boys.
. ...... . ... ■ ...-■■ -.'-■ ■■ ■
Wednesday, Dec. 4, 1912.
JOE WILL BE
IN TACOMA
TOMORROW
lie's coming, boys.
Meaning, of course, Iron Jo»
Mc(sinnity, famous old Joe, a
stellar attraction In the good old
days of the Haltimoro Orioles, a ""
later satellite in the camp of the
New York Giants, and now a
brand new Tiger in our own Ta
conia.
Joe McGinnity Is impressed
with the west, and all stories that
Tacoma has been a poor baseball
town don't unnerve Joo In tha
least. For with good baseball
brains, twenty years of expert- *'
ence, a trained leader and a good
financier, nothing Is impossible,
and .Toe will be here to take a
mighty good chance.
Hoost, durn ye, boost. For
you've got a good man to lead the
club now.
Joo comes to Tacoma tomorrow
night for a season's run.
Seat sale tomorrow for "The
Rose of Panama," Tacoma thea
ter. "Advertisement."

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