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PAGE TWO.
Visitors
Can Find
Adolf Out
At the Barn
If They Look
Carefully.
Words by Bch«efer
llualc by Coudo.
BOXERS TRAIN
HARD FOR
MATCH
Battling Brandt and Denver
Ed Martin are not lotting up on
their training for their 10 round
(boxing exhibition before the lius
liu'hh Men's Athletic club in the
Ollde rink Monday nlgnt despite
thn reported rumors that there
will be police Interference on that
notable occasion.
It seems that Chief of Police
Loom Is has declared that he will
not permit "prize fights" in Taco
mi.
"I don't think it Is up to me
to make any statement furthen
than what has already been said,
aald the chief this morning. "The
papers know more than any one
else about this matter," he con
cluded.
The club has not in any way
changed its program for Monday
night and unless police Interfer
ence U ordered the matches will
be pulled off as scheduled.
HKAVYWKKJHT 15OXINU
Denver Kd Martin
VS.
Bottling lii'.'iinK
10 Rounds.
GIJDK KINK
Monday Night, Dee. 10th
Auspices Business Men's Ath
letic Club
Admission $1.00, $1.50, $2.
Membership tickets can be
had at Donnelly Hotel Cigar
Store, Alfred's Cigar Store, Pa
cific, near 13th; later Pool
Room, Olympic Club.
itent your meant tmne tnrougn
• Times Want A™. Only lc •
word, rfcone Mala 11. •••
ENJOYING LIFE
The American people believe in enjoy
ing life; in a temperate indulgence in those
things that make for pleasure. So you
find that they drink beer and that beer is
growing more and more into popularity in
this country.
PACIFIC BEER
Will please you. It has a piquant flavor
that catches the popular fancy. After a
hard day's work in the shop, at the desk,
on the street, or in the home, you'll find it
most delightful. It's healthful, too.
BEST, EAST OR WEST
Main 352
VTo those concerned, I will state that I came to Tacoma four years
•*o from Portland where I had been under treatment for stomach and
bowel trouble by four different doctors
and osteopaths. 1 had been an Invalid
Hi^ 'or tw" years and was not able to walk
K<fl Hi when I wont to Dr. Macy and took two
j^H B^m months' treatment. There nan not been
KJ^k a da >' "luce I look Dr. Mary's treatment
Mm EmL^LV. that I could not do a day's work, and I
BP^^Bi Bfc am *;l"1 '" have this opportunity to rec-
Hrv^ ' <^^H LA onime>>d lilh treatment.
H H^> «■ Blncerel£ P. l> BOCHARD.
fl *9^B KVrn Hili. \\n , Oct. 111. 1912.
HRM^i^. i4&tt)^«ii'^Lw Osteopathlc Specialist and ninodleas Sur-
E3 Bteh. V «eor>. with experienced medical and sur-
RlHLfw'wiSl^Tav'll"! specialists assisting. We make a
JM Bt3Bl>^,'lMl'.;&\*':jfgv#&^»tpeclalty of eye. ear. atouiach, skin, blood
I B^lH^^flSf fj kidney* ' and bladder, also Appendicitis,
M«Ss£lll ■I^S''PsSl,»ifV IlkriimalUni, Goitre, Catarrh Dropsleal,
lßKT]^'-Jgßy^™™?§~lir ' T""'"* null A*"emle roniHllona,
*^W^m^^Wtif> i *i*' m«nti. and all vrenknes'ses. chronic all-
VHB L|«l. :/ ments, and all weaknesses, chronic and
r ■"'■'■ nervous disorders. Lady attendant for the
B£Mfc>< / women. Finest optical goods at right
Ba^l^V" V prices.
--^B "X OF '*' *ni oldeat established men's
*-I|k mind lam the oldest established men*
"-- 'Xjßßa^J^Tt^V'V^V^B equipment on the Coast. There is ft rea-
A^^ ■' n^mW equipment on tho Coast. There l.i a. rea
ilstlnffTlffTiiiiTnii ™M I on why We do the largest men's prac
'••dßßrSiQ&lfk'lF&M ■"9 tlee in the city. (o R p. m. Snndaya
dH| I '■ V HOURS—W a. m. <•> 8 p. in. Sundays
SI B^Afß&L&i&^eMi aw from 10 to 13. *-<>\siti,TATio.v ini:i;.
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MAY SUTTON, TENNIS
CHAMPION A BRIDE
LOS ANGELES, Cftl., Hoc. 12.
—A notable merger of tennis ti
tles was made last evening when
Thomas Clark Bundy, national
doubles champion, and Miss May
Sutton of Pasadena, formerly
woman tennis champion of the
world, were wed here.
The wedding took place at
Christ church and waa an event
in the tennis world as well as a
pronounced social function. Simp
son Sinsabaugh, the tennis ex
pert, was best man and Miss
Florence Sutton attended her s's
tcr.
Miss Sutton was reported en
gaged to Harry I). Ham, banker
of Mexico, in July, 1909. Cupid
"served a fault" in the engage
ment, to draw on a technical ten
nis term, however, and Miss Sut
ton announced several months
later that the engagement had
been broken.
"It's all off," she said, by way
of explanation, "and I'm glad to
lie footloose and fancy-free."
Miss tattoo in the tennis world
has occupied a unique position.
Throughout her career as a ten
nis player she has been unbeat
able, and she lost the title of
world champion simply because
she did not go abroad to defend
it. It was said at this time that
Miss Sutton had grown tired of
victories on the tennis court, and
they no longer had charm or ex
citement for her.
Bundy shares his doubles ten
nis championship with Maurice
Loughlin of San Franoisco. When
he is not playing tennis he sells
real estate In Los Angeles.
|T^j"J^™"?^|DAY AND
fijy&lj (I NIGHT
|fiS»jP5 I SCHOOL
II COnj^twt !jl i'-"r<>n Now.
H V^L-jL^^^Jlo ami Mil Sts.
MAY SUTTON.
XMAS WANTS
By a pool "slicker" —"Soft
Thing" with "Dough" to "Clean"
(wealthy blind man would do)
and seratchless cue-ball.
By a poker player—Nice quiet
game, "protected," and perpetual
royal flush.
By a ball player—A winter
league with electric warming
pans for bases, and salary at
$50,000 per year, payable in ad
vance.
By a "loan shark" —Office
room In peaceful town with
"boob" inhabitants and no newe
paper like the Times.
CHANCE ASKS
$20,000 NOW
(By BMM Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12. —
New York or nothing and $20,
--000 a year salary, or life among
the orange groves. That is Frank
Chance's decision today in the
matter of his baseball prospects
for next season.
"I will play in New York,"
Chance said, "but that's the only
city besides Chicago that I will
consider, because it's only other
city where I can get a satisfac
tory salary. I want $20,000 a
year." (
HIGHLANDERS
WANT CHANCE
CHICAGO. Dec. 12.—Arthur
Irwin, business manager of the
New York American Baseball
league club, will start for Los
Angeles either this afternoon or
tomorrow to offer a contract to
Frank Chance, deposed manager
of the Chicago Nationals, to
manage the New York Highland
ers. It Is reported the contract
calls for an annual salary of
118,000.
Thmro is Only Onm
"Bromo Quinine 00
That la
Laxative Bremo Quinine
USCD THE WOHIU OVER TO CURE A COID 10 ONE DAY.
Always remember the full name. Look jC* * {QThf \ w^^.-'--'.'^
for this signature oo rTrrr box. . 9fip. :;' %\M ' ?^jf^tS\ifj*j)dt'C -U
THE TACOMA TIMES.
WHO EVER HEARD OF AN AMERICAN
CITY TURNING DOWN BASE BALL?
The bipj mitts cracked together
In the lobby of the Tacoma hotel
this morning.
"Hello, Joe!" said the owner
of big mitt number one.
"By thunder, if it ain't Bob!"
came back from big mitt number
two.
And Joe McGinnity, the Iron
Man of baseball, and his old-time
opponent slabster, Bob Gale of
Tacoma, sat down lin a .qulof,
cranny of the big hostelry for
nice peaceable palaver.
They talked some of Joe's new
project, the Tacoma Tigers. They
dwelt for a time on the raising
of farm products, which is Bob's
later triumph since he left the
big leagues; and they mused long
and fondly over the old days 20
years ago back in Pittsburg.
Right out of the cold and fog
and rain. Old King Baseball step
ped for half an hour and heard
himself praised and petted and
joshed as eagerly as during the
world series jußt before he hl-
WHITMAN KIDS ARE
THE BEST PUNTERS
Whitman school boys have
more kick in their legs than any
other Fifth grade boys in £tie
city.
The 'Whitman youngsters boot
ed the pigskin for an average dis
tance of 60 feet 7 Inches, the
longest kick traveling 103 feet.
Miss McMatriea' boys of the
sixth grade were the best in their
"IRON MAN" TO BE
FETED TONIGHT
Baseball powers of the North
west, players who are wintering
in these parts and just plain
friends of "Iron Man" Joe Mc-
Ginnity will assemble this even
ing to honor the former big
leaguer with a smoker at Elks'
hall.
BAT NELSON
STILL AT IT
NEW YORK, Dec. 12. —Un-
daunted by his recent defeat by
Leach Cross, Battling Nelson Is
matched to meet Teddy Maloney
iv a six round bout in Philadel
phia tomorrow night. Maloney
is known as a very light hitter,
and the fans are picking "Bat"
to grab everything in sight and
keep his opponent pretty busy.
MULTNOMAHS
PLAY SEATTLE
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 12.—
The football team of the Multno
mah club will play but two
games this season. They will
meet the Seattle all-star team at
Seattle on Saturday and will meet
the same aggregation in Portland
for a second game New Year"s
day.
BASKET BALL
FOR TONIGHT
The Pierce County Athletic as
sociation enters the local sport
ing world tonight when the Y. M.
C. A. basketball team will clash
with the pick of four service
teams of the Armory on to* asso
ciation floor. The garakg will
start at 8 o'clock.
bernated for the winter.
Two huskier looking men than
Joe and Bob couldn't be found
in the whole world of athletic
sports.
"I'm coming over to see you,
Bob," said Joe as his old friend
of the diamond backed away
slowly at the end of the chat.
"Just as quick as I get a chance
I'm coming over to the farm
with the wife and daughter and
we'll talk some more about the
times when we were kids in the
game tojjether."
The Iron Man settled ba,ck into
a divan, crossing his legs.
"Who'd ever thought Bob was
"way out here?" he smiled. "Gosh,
knew him in a minute. Great
man in his day, but that left arm
of his gave out too soon. Mighty
good to see that old face again."
When you meet the Iron Man
you've met somebody.
You know It when he grabs
your hand with that great paw
of his that once held a rival
class, making an average kick of
68 feet G inches a punt, while the
huskiest boot was for 110 feet.
Finals for the tests of the fifth
and sixth grade girls are being
held this afternoon.
The winter tests will be com
posed of rope work and gymnasi
um competition, white the spring
work will be running for both
boys and girls.
A committee has been appoint
ed to take charge of the pro
gram, and consists of George M.
Shreoder, Ed N. Watkins, Mike
Lynch, Lou Nordyke and Frank
Leslie.
It is expected that the legal
papers making McGinnity owner
of the Tigers will be filed today.
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♦ NEW YORK. Dec. 12.— <S>
♦At 7 a. m. today Sutor <3>
<J> Brothers and the Carmen- <!>
<$■ Loftus teams in the six day •
*> bicycle race in progress here ♦
♦ had reeled off 1,557 miles,
♦ 3 laps. The other teams <£
♦ were two laps ahead. A doz- <$>
♦ en spills occurred early this <S>
♦ morning. •$>
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WOLGAST LOST
HEAP 0' COIN
(By United Tress Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12.—Ad
Wolgast has made his last bet on
a prizefight. He admitted to
day that a fighter's judgment of
a fighter isn't always the best,
citing as proof his disastrous
backing of Jim Flynn to the ex
tent of $7,800, which sum disap
peared from the Wolgast poke
following Tuesday night's Flynn-
McCarty bout here.
GRIDIRON BOYS
TO FEAST
There will be no resemblance
to a training table at Whitworth
college this evening when the
football palyers of that school
will be given the annual banquet.
The affair will take place in the
big dining room at the residence
at 6:30.
RIVERS-BURNS
BOUT PLANNED
OAKLAND, Cal., Dee. 12. —
With negotiations practically
completed for a battle between
Joe Rivers of Loa Angeles and
Frankie Burns of Oakland, it ap
peared today that Oaklßnd fight
fang will see the two near cham
pions in a ten round bout here
New Year's day.
big league nine helples for eight
straight games during the critical
linish of a pennant race.
You know it when he talks.
There is no more earnest, whole
souled man alive than the Iron
Man. And it all comes out in his
voice.
You know it when he looks you
in the eye. The Iron Man's
glance Is conviction itsi'lf.
And you know it when he does
all of these things at once and
tells you he's going in to make
the Tacoma Tigers the pennant
holders.
"I'll make mistakes," says the
Iron Man. "People tell me I've
been gold bricked. They told me
I was going to be before I signed
the check for the Tacoma club
—BUT, I'm going to make this
club a winner, that's all. It's
possible. Any city with 100,000
population anywhere in America
—why, Oh, thunder! —whoever
heard of an American city turn
ing down baseball?"
Short Sport
The Chicago Cubs seem to
be growing into real bears,
if reports from the east are
true. 'Tis said that Joe
"Tinkerino" will try to shove
the Clncy Reds toward the
top next season and that
Frank Chance will pose with
the Highlanders hereafter.
Tom Mc.Carey Is figuring
on putting on the old tim
ers again. Gee, ghosts of
Bob Fltzsimmons vs. Thomas
Sharkey, Jim Corbett vs.
John L. Sullivan, Charley
Mitchell vs. Jake Kllrain,
and the Congo Coon vs. the
Borneo Orang.Otang.
A Chehalis man killed 365
lynx in the past three years.
We didn't know there were
so many lynx to the human
chain.
The basket-ball season
opens tonight in the Y. M.
C. A.
Just because a pool ball
happens to be on the brink
Is no sign you're going to
push it over. Oh! n—o.
What some alleged pool
sharks would like to havo
for Christmas: A scratcn
less pool table.
JIM FLYNN
IS GAME
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 12.
—In spite of the teriflc beating
he took at the fists of Luther Mc-
Carty and his elimination as a
heavyweight championship con
tender, Jim Flynn has announced
today that he is not through with
the ring. He wants another bat
tle and surprised his friends by
declaring that he believes that ne
is entitled to another crack at
McCarty.
GUNBOAT SMITH
STILL WINNER
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Dec. 12.—Gun
boat Smith of San Francisco is
stronger with New York fans to
day than ever, following his de
feat of Harry Wuest of Cincinnati
here last night In the first round
of a scheduled ten round bout.
The referee stopped the fight to
save Wuest from a knockout. ."-■
In the preliminary- events Fred
die Hickß of Detroit outpointed
Jack Harrison, middleweight
champion of England, in a ten
round bout.
LAFAVE IS FREE
Napoleon LaFave, arrested for
throwing beer on the heads of
other persons on July 4, has
been dismissed from superior
court because of lack of evidence.
Wolgast Sure of Another Go
UK WAS FAIRLY" JIKATKN, ANI> UK KNOWS IT, SAYS
RITCHIE'S MANAGER IN I'HOMISIXG AD AXOTHKH CItACK
AX TITLE.
IJV nililiY NOLAN.
Malinger and Trainer of Willie Ritchie.
II— ™«»j^^_—, Ritchie has demonstrated his class. He Is abso-
I KkTllutcly entitled to every honor that has come to him
iHBr^^S^BJ Drainy, cool, determined as a bulldog, and as
m > VL^aV|game '■' battler as ever crawled into an arena, Rit
l^r JS& I '''''"' has great ntural advantages over most of the
I \Ns3p£'i»* contenders who are now seeking a match with him.
**^y^Jm During the Thanksgiving day match with Wolgast,
Tytjlj^. his advantage in height and reach early asserted
j«P^K Itself. That Ritchie realized the advantage and
iSB W j/Sk made the most of it was plainly seen during the
'S^lnl&'V^iil lixteen 101111 that will go down in ring history as
pMߧSvj|iip| ""' "' the most torrid oncounters ever Been in the
>^mkMMy.MA | "Ritchie won the championship with that right.
Both Jones and Wolgast know it, however much they may attempt
to mislead those who were not so fortunßte as to witness that
Thanksgiving day battle. Wolgast knows that he can con
aider himself a very lucky fighter in defeat, though it Is
really too bad that he resorted to foul blows in losing. He was
fairly beaten. He knows that the referee's decision gave him the
out he was looking for.
Of this Wolgast may be sure. He will be given a chance to
meet Ritchie again.
"Fifty Years Ago, When Golden Wedding
Rye Was Young"
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Men and women find Golden Wedding a Won
derfully beneficial stimulant. It gives positive
relief from exhaustion, debility and depression.
Its matchless mildness and mellowness, and its
agreeable taste, especially recommend its use.
lias the medicinal virtues that belong only to 'jx f~KI
absolutely pure whiskey. |J|B
This is because it is made differently from |«w««wub'«B I
ordinary whiskies. C^f aT|P
The special formula and process of dis- L2Ji£^^2Jj
tilling Golden Wedding keep In the original J^Bf&\
natural and helpful quality. AjMBLj
Always have Golden Wedding In your tdHp&Mn
home lor remedial purposes. r^m^Tii'il^i
Note Its pleasant stimulation without un- £0& Wf OfyA
desirable after-effects. ** JtMtL *
in jS^Mvtf
See that it has the government stamp \
over the cork. " |v»iSKt'' ]
"Made Differently" *S&
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Thursday, Dec. 12, 1912.

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