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PAGE TWO.
Adolf
Snatches at
Hindu
Philosophy
Like a
Thirsty Man
at a Straw.
Word* by Bchacfer
Manic by Condo.
FANS WILL SEE
DENVER ED. 11l
RING AGAIN
Denver Ed Martin will rrsunio
ring work In Tacoma. after an
absence from the gloves of about
two years, when he tackles "Hat
tliiiK" Ilrandt, a bulky scrapper
built on the order of a battle
ship and said to have thirtcen
inch guns propped on either
deck, next Monday night.
The bout is for ten rounds.
and la to be staged under tho
auspices of the liusiin ...-, Men's
Athletic club, a new organiza
tion formed to foster sports of
all kinds. Frank Itilcy. tho phy
sical director of the club has an
nounced that the Glide Rink will
be used In which to pull off the
bouts.
There will be a couple of pre
liminaries to tiii- main ko ami it
la expected a targe membership
which U already signing up will
turn out to see the revival of
boxing in Tacoma.

SAVING is
i
only a HABIT ■

Better start the *
Habit now with an *
account.
BANKERS TRUST
COMPANY
BANK
Paid Capital $300,000 ■
40/o Interest 40/o *
CHRISTMAS HINTS
Sleds OOr, 91, $1.25, #1.50 Compasses.
Ice Skates $1.25, 91.50 Key Rings.
Roller Skate* ...... $1.25, 91.73 M netß 13c
The Irish Mall . ... .. .. . . 3...00 po kot T , - »
Carving Sets ... .92.50 to 914.00 c t Uan l 5 , 3c and - ( / 0
Pocket Knives .... 23c to 94.50 Trouser Hangera / 2.V
Thermometers ... i«, «Wr. «5c R ™Thears?*. !.'.'..V. .'.'.•sl^
Watcliea. guaranteed. .* I, 92.50 Tool Handleß BOt . to $I 75
Hunters' Knives . ...92.00, 92.30 Fishlni , Tackle
Nut Picks and Cracks. * lfcningiachie. nrt _
Key Chains Food Choppers OOc up
Gillette Safety Razor .. V..00 Shaving Brushes ....... 23c up
Gem Jr.. .. 91.00 Razor Strops.
Auto Strop Safety 93.00 Steel Tape Lines . ...-. 92.50 up
Henry Mohr Razor ...... 92.00 Fa**/ and Common Planes.
Our Own Scissors 75c up Ratchet Screw Drivers .. .40c up
Scissors :. .. 15c to 80c Spiral Screw Drivers 91.50
Buttonhole Shears ........ 75c Dog Collars and Muzzles.
Embroidery Shears 50c Electric Irons 91.00, $5.00
Manicure Sets. Electric Toaster 91.00
Nail Files ........ 2.V, 33c, sOc Asbestos Irons, 3 in set .. .92.00
Nail Shears 75c Mrs. Potts' Irons, 3 in set . . 91.23
Penknives, pearl SOc Flounce Irons 23c
' • ALUMINUM WARK. Ivory Rules 91.25
Universal Coffee Percolators. vir-in.-! pi^TPn \v»r.ic
...93.50, H.OO. 94.30, 9500 MCKKI^PI^TKI> WABB
Universal Tea Ball Tea PoU *8.50 Tea and Coffee Pots.
Collapsible Cups. Tea Kettles.
Tool Chest with Tools Too l chests, brass bound ...
»6.00, 97.50, 10.00 ...... $6.00 to $22.50
Scroll Baws ••••■•■••••• t 780 Rogers' 1847 Silverware. Knives,
TS'fh^ orka ' 8l)0ons' Ladle8 ' Ple
'. • Attachment 91-.iW . q«rvers etc etc
Boys' Wagons .. . $1.50 to $6.50 Servers, etc., etc.
Pocket Combs 10c AT THE 810 NEW STORE
Henry Mohr Hardware Co.
1141-1143 0 St. - 1112-1144 Commerce St.
EDDIE, MIKE AND BILL HITTING HIGH
PLACES FOR MIDDLEWEIGHT CROWN
The eternal triangle has bobbed
up —with the feminine
angles missing — and the public
sees Mike Gibbons, Hilly I'apke
anil I ' <I<l i< ■ McGoorty, claimants
of I'!■■ miijilliwi-u.li! boxing cham
pionship.
McGoorty Is a slam-bang,
knock - 'cm - out - with-a-punch
fighter. He has beaten the
champions of Australia and Eng
land, and when middleweights
are scarce he takes on light
heavies for exercise.
Mike Gibbons, whose 10
--round draw with McGoorty has
added to the middleweight fog,
is a ring phantom. Jim Corbett
Buys he is the cleverest in the
world.
In a 2ft-round bout Gibbons
would outbox any middleweight
living- -providing he was not
knocked out. Usually when box
er meets fighter over a long
route the fighter wins, but Gib-
thuTt&coma times.
bons is so infernally clever that
ho may lie tho exception.
Papke is different from either
Gibbons or McGoorty. Ho is the
biggest man of the three and the
most experienced. He' was
world's champion at one time, as
the result of knocking out the
incomparable meteor-like Ket
chell.
Papke Is champion of France
now, because he beat Georges
C'arpentier, in 17 rounds. He aid
not knock out Carpentier, but
made him quit.
McGoorty and Papke should
make a rattling good fight. Both
are terrific punchers and about
equal boxers. They have pile
driving rights and like to stand
up and exchange wallops.
Then, Gibbons for the winner.
It looks like Papke and Mc-
Goorty, and then Gibbons with
the winner, before the roses
bloom again in Indiana.
YACHT CLUB TO
HAVE BIG TIME
Hydroplaning by Harvey Craw
ford of Puynllup, a regatta in
which the l>est yachts on the
Sound will be entered, followed
by a grand ball in the evening,
is the plan of the Tacoma Yacht
club for the New Year's program.
TK.IMS TIKI)
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. —With
fifteen teams entered, the riders
in the International six-day bi
cycle race heie today, after the
ninth hour, were tied at 211
miles, six laps. The riders were
then four miles ahead of the
record.
NORDI, £LJ
Get Here In Time and
Get Your Suit Made
forXmas. We Have a
Fine Line of Blue Ser
ges and fussy Cheviots.'
They Make Up Very
Elegant. Suits Made
to Order. Prices Re
sonable. i
For Men and Women.
11th and X St.
HIGH SCHOOL
LADS GIVEN
LETTER
All records for the number of
football emblems awarded were
broken this afternoon when 19
Tacoma High athletes were given
the coveted letter by Coach E. E.
Perkins. Nineteen of last sea
son's squad received letters this
year. Eddie Hart, 1911 captain
of Princeton, was a speaker of
the occasion. ,
The following were granted
the new gold "S" of the Stadium
High school: Beymer, Brazell,
Coblentz, Crumb, Deegan, Gard
ner, Goodman, Horejs, Ives, John
son, Lnrsen, Miller, More, Mulvey,
Pringle, Kushiuer, Schuinake,
Stewart, Towne.
WRESTLERS
START WORK
Members of the Y. M. C. A. are
already getting into shape for
tho wrestling tournaments which
will be held by the association
this year. It is planned to have
three tournaments, the city cham
pionship bouts to be held in Janu
ary, and struggles with the Seat
tle association and the University
of Washington.
LYNCH MAY BE
RE-ELECTED
(By United l'ress I-eased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Dec. 10.—At
the conclusion of the informal
conference here today, the form
al meeting of the National Base
ball league will be held this aft
ernoon. It is expected that Pres
ident Thomas J. Lynch will be
re-elected.
PORTLAND BOY
MAY BE 'PRO'
PARIS, Dec. 10. —The French
AthlPtie association today is in
vestigating charges of profession
alism against Reginald Philbrook
of Portland, Ore., playing foot
ball at Marseilles. His disquali
fication is expected.
NKW YORK — Johnny
Dundee, the local feather
weight, is matched today to
meet Kddie Morgan, the Kng
li-h crack, in a ten round
bout here next Thursday.
Jim Barry, Well Known
Pugilist Visiting Here
Jim Barry, light-heavyweight fighter, who is visiting in Ta
coma. IJarry has seen several years of experience in the pad
ded fence and has a long string of victories mid few defeats to
Ins credit. Barry recently returned from a trip to the Antipodes,
and is now ready to meet anybody in the ring;.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
IN THROES OF SCANDAL
(By United Press Ijeased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 10. —
A fine little hornets' nest is
stirred up in the Pacific Coast
league over the charges of E. N.
Walter, former president of the
Oakland club that J. Cal Rwing
and Frank M. Ish. owners of the
Short Sport
(By United Press leased Wire.)
NKVV YORK — Knockout
Drown lias today to his cred
it an easy decision over
young Riley, also of New
York. Each of the ten
rounds belonged to Drown,
who completely outclassed
Riley.
NEW YORK—To secure
Joe Rivers, the Mexican
lightweight, for a ton round
battle against Knockout
Rrown here January !>, Dan
Mi Kctti i< k, fight promoter,
has wired Rivers an offer of
$»,000 to come east.
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec.
10.—According to the policy
that is today adopted by
Manager McCYedie of the
Beavers and Nick Williams
of the Colts, the "Bush" ele
ment Is to be given short
shift during the training sea
son.
RACERS TIRED
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Dec. 10.—Con
testants in the six-day interna
tional bicycle race here today
were tied at 9 o'clock with 695
miles and three laps. The riders
are 11 miles ahead of the record.
Makes the Nation Gasp
The awfal list of Injurlea on a
Fourth of July staggers humanity.
Set orcr against It, however, la
the wonderful healing, by Buck
len's Arnica Salve, of thousands,
who suffered from burns, cuts,
bruises, builet wounds or explo
sions. Its the quick healer of
bolls, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or
piles. 26c at Ryner Malstrom
Drug Co., 938 Pacific ay.
San Francisco team, are conduct
ing "syndicate baseball." Ewing
answered this allegation by de
claring that Walter attempted
what he termed "a veritable
holdup," in securing a renewal of
the lease on Recreation park
here.
Baseball in Oakland has been
played solely for the financial
benefit of Kwing and Ish. It
was not true sport; it was not
clean sport. I had to resign to
keep my self-respect."
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FI6HTERS GET.
READY FOR
SMOKER -
<s> <§> <s> $> $> <$> $••s>>s•s■■s•&<?><s>'*
<$> ♦
<3> Pat Hunt vs. Young Pc- <»
<S> trosky; Battling Christian •$> •,
■$ vs. One Round Clossen; Ivor <?>
i> Iverson vs. George Smith; <$>
§> Billy Laskey vs. "Butch" <»
<$> Christian; Vie Hanson vs. <!>
<$> Joe Bonds; Battling Brandt ♦
) vs. Fritz Fry. Jim Barry, <S>
$> the well known heavyweight, <!>
•$> will referee. <§> "
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The new Hillside Athletic club,
Joe Bonds, proprietor, will start
with the foregoing program next
Thursday night at the Glide rink.
The bout between "Battling'
Brandt and Fritz Fry Is the lat
est to be scheduled and this will »
enable the fans of the city to get
a line on the man who will lie
pitted against "Denver Ed" Mar
tin later. Bonds says he will do
his best to bring sudden slumber
to Vie Hanson.
BIG BUSTERS *
ON TONIGHT
(By t Tnitf"d Press leased ATWp.) .
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 10.
—Before another day has passed
either Luther McCarty or Jim
Flynn will be eliminated in the
contest for the heavyweight cham
pionship of the world. The men
meet at Vernon tonight in a
scheduled 20 round bout, the win
ner to meet Al Palzer on New..
Year's day for McCarey'a heavy
weight championship belt and a
valid claim to the title.
Tho fight tonight has created
more general interest than any
heavyweight battle staged in Los
Angeles since the palmy days of
Jim Jeffries. Practically every .
seat for the .performance has been
sold out and Promoter McCarey
expects one of the largest crowds
that every filled the famous Ver
non fight shed.
CAMBRIDGE WINS
FROM OXFORD
(By United Tress Leased Wire.)
LONDON. Dec. 10. — Cambridge
defeated Oxford in the annual
Rugby game between the two
great universities hero this aft- •
ernoon. Score 10 to 8.

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