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PAGE TWO.
Adolf,
Troubled
With Fleas,
Gets a
Gleam of
Stupendous
Prosperity.
Words by Scbaefer
Husk- by Condo.
IT'S TIME
Ton wore ordering those new
clothes for Xmas. We will
make you a fine suit or over
ooat to order for
$20 I $40
Wo have some fine ones left
on hand from orders we will
■ell for
$10 S $20
The Herald Tailoring
Co.
Kstab. 188»
110 So. 12th St., Opp. P. O.
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/ MM Iff _S "• VV
* Old friends ::i
10 — the Colonel, the jimmy pipe and the tidy red tin of Prince Albert • •
• tobacco. Solace, happiness—born of pipe tobacco that can't bite the tongue. 9 W^
-.-«*. *7 . Prince Albert gives pipe smokers a real idea of what a pipe smoke should be. P. A. •
I • ■'■'. is hot only delicious, fragrant tobacco— welcome in any home or off ice— but it will ■ ■
m ■ l neither sting the tongue nor parch the throat. That's cut out by a patented process. ■
• • Forget the old days of broiled tongues and parched throats, you men who have m '
- • r . tried the /ire-brands. P. A. will be a revelation to you! PI
ill Fringe Albert i|;
* m m the national joy smoke f» ■ ■ Vj.r^^y .
• makes the bulliest cigarette you ever put between your lips, bar VSHfiWflHSMfi*^^
I • none. It's a scream when you hook it up to a match. Y^jmF iTTT /fS~Tr
'»*■ - You take some real say-so and buy some P. A. and roll K^LL^JfrtfTWaiftf' L 1
• • up a few. Say. get the flavor and the freshness and the long mW^JmS^S^mkW M
I • burning! Well, you certainly cash in right the very first time. BItJgM spSaJ^Bp \*
.• — ' No. sir, no more <tef-brands and cAa/f-brands for yours. Wise mW^T^r^m •II
■~0 up! Get a new lease tin cigarette joy! - I! WgM «fl^k ym 1
* — * Princ, Albert U told »vrywh»r» in Se "' \\Wi ■ M W X
m w m ■ toppy rtd hag*; We tidy nd tint and hand- WWi\ I BS 1% II
*j* ton— pound and half-pound humidor: lIPvVEi^ i
9 m B. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston Salem. N. C. \MM^mOM 1
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LASKEYTOMEET
CHRISTIAN Al
SHIP
Having completed their final
hard training for their 10-round
bout Monday night, "Denver Ed"
Martin and "Battling" Brant have
slowed down today and have cut
out the strenuous road work.
Physical Director Frank Kiley
announced this morning that
Hilly Laskey, the sailor lad, and
"Butch" Christian would be seen
in a alx round preliminary.
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
boils, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or
piles. 25c at Ryner Malstrom
Drug Co., 938 Pacific ay.
I" v I' ||DAY AND
'•&JEOH-9 NIGHT
ii&WWfSjfl SCHOOL
||WJy!' = _ C mid inn st.s.
■taiSEMH Main HO2
I McCRAW WILL BE BOSS OF THE GIANTS I
After 22 years' absence from
the game, Harry N. Hempstead
of Indianapolis has returned to
baseball, a.s head and front of
the best playing ball club in tho
world—the Giants.
Hempstead Is the son-in-law of
John T. Brush, deceased. He Is
vice president of the New York
National league club. He may
elect himself president, or he
may, as Is hinted, hand this of
fice to John J. McQraw, that the
Invaluable "Muggsy" will have a
free hand to run the team—al
ways with the Hempstead fin
gers on the financial pulse, how
ever.
Hempstead Is 42. Ever since
John T. Brush left Indianapolis
to look after the Giants, Hemp
stead has managed the "When"
clothing store, upon which the
Mrush fortune was built.
Hempstoad gave up a promis-
THE TACOMA TIMES.
ing baseball career because of
eye trouble. When 20, a student
at Lafayette, he played '. third
base for bis class team, find was
promising varsity material. Then
his eyes failed and a 'baseball
thrown to him looked like a foot
ball, or a balloon.
The young fellow had to wear
glasses, which ended his diamond
career. Now, at 42, a capable
business man, he would not at
tempt to sell a hat without wear
ing his glasses.
It will be observed that Hemp
stead's baseball experience is
limited. Most of it has been
gained running the "When" so
it declared dividends, but he' has
been so successful in this that
ONE NIGHT, SATURDAY NEXT
Frederic Thompson presents
MISS Bill ST. IiKON
In the great dramatic success,
A REAL CIRCUS ON THE
STAGE.
Same excellent production.
Prices. 25c to $1.50.
TUESDAY, DEC. 17.
Transcontinental Tour
EDWARD CURTIS
, and his
INDIAN PICTURE OPERA
"A VANISHING RACE"
with special: orchestra of 22 pieces
Pricessoc to $2.00.
Seat sale Monday.
FRIDAY AND j<£
SATURDAY P%M
Dec. 20 and 21 v^ '
Mail Orders Now ™
For the Most Beautiful of Christ
mas Holiday Spectacles—THE
gLUE gIRD
New Theater Production .
Special Orchestra. 100 In Cast.
PRICES Floor, *> $1,150
and $2; First Three Rows 11*1
<ony, 91.50; Next Three Kofrs,
91; Balance, 75c. '-. In
■$ 4. ■
BRIGHT FEATURE BILL.
PALMER'S 1913 CABARET'
REVIEW i 'loi "
10—Singers and Dancers—lo .
FIVE OTHER BIG ACT&
■. . 173 TTi
TO WHOM IT MAY INTEREST'
Th!» ■• to ««rOfy
that I waa accridetit
»lly Injured <>• . the
railway last jraar.
After doctoring with
many doctor! with
out getting- relief,
finally I *v advlaed
to take Tee Wos
root and herb medi
cine for two months
Now I am completely
cured. If It were
not for him I would
be a great sufferer today. I •■»
pleated to recommend Ym ■Wo to
•ny sufferer* who mar dealra .to
ialt* hit medicine. '•■•■ - - •'- '••"■
(Signed) OEO. DUNHAM.
"■ -„ - i, 1601 Portland a*.
Tea Wo ChTneie , M«d. Co 1116H
v So. C it* Tacoma. Wash. . : ■
! the Brush heirs have faith In him
to coax the r milur percentage
out of the baseball fans with the
Giants.
When John T. Brush realized
the end was near he elected his
son-in-law vice president of the
club. As he had i>ermitted Me-
Graw to dominate the building
up and management of the team
for years, It is probable John T.
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♦ " «
<§> GOOD BOY, JOHNNY. *
<$. «
» ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 13. —Johnny Kllbane of Cleveland, *
J> featherweight champion, Is commended on all sides here to- <&
£ day for refusing to send over a knockout punch last night <$>
<$► when he had Tommy Dixon of Kansas City practically help- <$>
j> less in the eight!* round of a scheduled ten round bout. <$
<$> Dixon was reeling about the ring unable to defend himself <»
♦ when Kilbane walked to his corner, refusing to strike anoth- ■$>
v er blow. The referee then stopped the bout. ♦
» <»
"IRON MAN" JOE
PROVES HIS NAME
Iron Man Joe McGinnity now
owns the Tiger baseball club.
The papers for the deal were
signed today and President Ed
Watkins steps aside for the ex-
N'atlonal league pitcher.
McGinnity will not lose any
time starting improvements in
the bail park. He plans to reno
vate the entire grandstand and to
ROOSEVELT GIRLS
SIXTH GRADE CHAMPS
Miss Gertrude McDonald's girls
of the Roosevelt school are the
champions of the sixth grade In
class athletics. By throwing the
basket-ball an average of 40 feet
7 inches the girls captured trip
first honors and the Sherman-
Clay trophy. One of the girls
won the individual championship
with a throw of 53 feet, 5 inches
STATE FILES SUIT
Attorney General Tanner has
tiled suit against the Dupont
Powder company to collect $8,
--887 owing the state Industrial In
surance commission for payments
into the state Insurance fund. It
is said the company has never
complied with the law by which
these assessments are levied.
NIGHT NRWHPAPBR IN
IIX RUN A DIG HIT
BERLIN.— Germany's first
night newspaper, "Das Klein
Nacht Journal," has been launch
ed. It goes to press at 10:30 p.
m. and Is popular with theater
goers.
DR. BOYER
Chiropodist
Corns Removed
7th and Pac. Tel. Main 5970
told Hempstead to continue the
policy iv the future.
At any rate, Hempstead lias
already announced that McGraw
will remain manager, and Unit
his own part will be to look after
tho club's business ut'fairs, which
is proof conclusive that Hemp
stend is a wise guy and realize*
that John T. was another.
Mrs. John T. Brush has no do
sire to become actively engaged
in baseball. Possibly the experi
ences of Mrs. Britton and Mrs.
Havenor have served as warn
ings that woman's sphere is not
the national game.
Brush left two daughters—
half Bisters. The youngest la a
Junior at Bryn Mawr, the other,
of course, being Mrs. Hempstead.
Mrs. Brush was formerly Miss
Elsie Lombard, a famous beauty
of the old Frohman stock com
pany.
Y. M. C. A. TAKES
EASY VICTORY
The Y. M. C. A. team ran away
from the armory five Jn the first
basket-ball game in the Pierce
County A. A. A. played on the as
saciation floor last night. Score
58 to 6.
HE MADE 'EM
ALL DANCE
Puncturing the barroom floor
with bullets from a 38 caliber
auto-Colt's revolver, Charles
Meade, a miner, made music for
a dance last evening at 14th st.
and Pacific aye., three of the sa
loon guests taking turns doing
terpaichorean "singles" for •
Meade's delectation. The barten
der finally gained possession of
the gun and Mead« was placed
under arrest.
put on many improvements In the
bleachers. Simultaneously, with
this work, the details in getting
together a winning team fsr 1913
will bo attended to.
After riext week's meeting with
league directors the Iron Man
will return east to bring back his
family. He intends becoming
a permanent resident of Tacoma.
Miss Felbaum's class of the Fern'
Hill school took second honors.
Fifth grade girls' tests are being
held this afternoon.
Omlr <>■• "BHOMO dtWTIIfR"
That la Lftiatlva nrotno Quinine. Look for
the ■lsnatun of K. W. Orov*. Cum • Cold
id One Day. Cuni Grip Id Two Day«. Sao.
Mahncke
& Co.
DIAMOND MERCHANTS
AND JEWELERS
-T Invite visitors to their es
tablishment, entirely
■--. apart from motives of
- ; sale and purchase and
solely with reference to
viewing the notable col
.' • lection of artistic mer
chandise on exhibition. '■
014 Pacific Aye.
PIONEER JEWELERS
E«t«bU«hed 188%,
• '■-••■■'-■■••- |
Friday, Dec. 13, 1912.
/^ZS£f4 Col v mbia
|Nj?j^Wi^B߻j|t^S|| I with needles and rec
K3 Pf|| Wm^H ('ords com Pletc (2G
vT ' p^~—^lTl l2p?I X selections of your
JC^fei $47.90
I U* ij or $7.90 down and
I I $5. a month. No in-
The only instrument of its type ever offered for
less than $75. Reproducer and tone equal to
many $100 machines.
943-945 C Street.
EVERYBODY'S
DOING IT
So We Are Doing It Too
Mm iifii Bilk o i.
'HI HHi Sweater
m^wHllw Coats
i lltßg i 4 HttS&jl T^ ¥^ W? IC*
illiilP r Kll
Free With Every Suit or Over
coat Order Taken on Satur
day or Monday
$TrrsTc
1 mm Measure 1 •B
920 PACIFIC AVENUE
Open Till 10 o'Clock Saturday!
- and Monday Evenings m

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