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Words by Sclwcfer
Music by ConUo.
LOOKING FOR A
MAN 10 MEET
Frank Rlley, physical director
of the Business Men's Athletic
club, Is looking for some one to
»rapplo with Zlb, the Pole, when
th»t worthy being hlta Tacoraa the
Utter part of this month. Now
It Is not an easy matter to pick a
man for Zibby for there isn't any
thing out this way that can mase
the foreigner even sweat. Of
course, there are several persons
■who could give Zbyazko a Rood
llttlo time but as far as a worthy
contender Is concerned, nix.
Fred Beal, John Berk, or Chet
Molntyre may be Induced to enter
the arena with Zlb.
Zlb Is in & class by himself.
Ha tg too good for a few of 'em
but gosh darn it, he can't do bus
iness with Frank Gotch.
This is the time for
them — also for good
all-wool warm clothes —
also this is the time to
be careful where you
buy them —know that
you are getting reliable
goods and right prices.
Herbst Clothes are not
ed for their reliability
—the price is noted for
stability—and as being
rock bottom, always
Herbst sells cheaper
every day in the year
than others even when
giving their "Hurrah
Take Elevator and Save
National Realty Bldg.
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• Capital $300,000.00 *
• Bankers Trust Bldg. ♦
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First Pictures of McCarty-Palser Championship Battle
BtteH Charley Eyton shoving aside the blood-spattered and badly battered Al Palzer (right) while preparing to hoist the arm of
Latter MK'arty (left), in token of victory in the 18th round of their UO-roiinri world's heavyweight championship fight at Los Angeles,
C'al., on \<-» Year's day. McCarty wax master of Palzer in almost every round from the fourth. .Repeatedly the ex-cowboy called t<>
P.il/- i - corner: "Why don't you stop it? Do you want me to kill him?"
I".ii/it's manager paid no attention until the referee took matters into his own hands, stopping the fight, and saving the game lowa
hoy from further punishment. The stopping of the battle met with tho approval of all, as Palzer had absolutely no chance.
Sartorial Note: Joe Bonds has
got a new lid.
Sartorial Note No. 2:
George Shreeder wean a pale
muave necktie on the Sab
It was kinder lonely around
tho f(flile<l i >■■< I •">'■•■"< where Demon
Hum In.lds forth lust Saturday
afternoon. RenNon: Resolutions
Mill on the job. But wait till next
The chances of reviving the
noble fistic sport in Tacoma seem
what might fittingly be called a
Somebody wanted to have Den
ver Ki| Martin appear locally aa
"The Unknown." Permit us to
pause whilst we gurgle Har, Har!
Why that wouldn't even deceive
Chief I/oomfs who hag never yet
laid eyes on the squared circle
while activities were in progress
within. Why not get somebody
not well known like—well, any
body you happen to think or.
Tommy Bumf U back In the
game because there lg much easy
coin gathering in large goba up
in that Alberta country. T. Burns
once ventured a venture or two
in Tacoma but the venturing ror
tired impressarlos was not good.
For goodness' sake, Helene,
pipe this! Doc Cooke, who may
or may not have discovered the
North Pole, U coming to Pantages
next week, and Gentleman Jim
Corbett, alias Pompadour Cbamea,
is due to headline at the Em
press. Why not «Lgn up these
two old warriors for a little go
little drop* o" lemon,
Xdttle drope o' boose.
Oft' will core a feller's cold;
Willyuiu, spread the news!
There's one thing about Wllire
Rltchla that has Just got to be
looked into. He likes to make
chin-music with girls who "tend
the cigar counters in the big ho
tels down in the 19ffl town. May
be he'll outgrow It. He's young.
Or maybe he'll marry one of 'em.
Either way will do.
Our idea of wasted energy:
l/ooklng for the North Pole.
Wearing a pompadour.
Cy Neighbors is the first man
to sign a contract to play with
Joe McGinuity next season.
Bob Brown, over In Vancouver,
Is -preparing hie grandstand to
accommodate bigger crowds. The
Britishers are simply falling for
the great American game.
Teeley Raymond is getting
down to business in Seattle, too.
Nick Williams has thrown out
his hook and line out into the sea
to see what he can pull In In me
way of ball players. Hope he
don't get any suckers.
"Bill" James has been released
by the Cleveland American league
club and will be returned to
Portland. "Bill" is not the orig
inal Seattle "Bill."
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 6.—
The crack St. James football
team of Vancouver is today befog
hailed as one of the fastest teams
In the Northweßt as a result of
It* defeat of the Portland all-
Btar aggregation. Twenty t»
nothing was the score.
ClianecH are that meeting of
Billy Sun<l»jf and Bat Nelson at
Columbus was productive of much
that was of value to both. Both
are there 40 strong with the
punch alons; different lines.
Most Ohio mayors are now
being given the opportun
ity to explain the difference
between a sparring exhibition
and a prise fight. That's *
classy little Job for a healthy
THE TACOMA TIMES
person on a quiet Sunday
ZBYSZKO MAY NOT BK THK
WHENTIjER NOR ABLE TO
TOSS FRANK OOTCH, BUT
HE'S SOME KID, BEIJEVE US,
WHEN IT COMES TO THROW
ING A BLUFF.
From the way baseball
clubs are securing Florida
sites for training camps,
there is a sneaking suspicion
gumshoeing hereabouts that
bathing suits and not ball
togs will have the conspicu
ous places in the athletes'
trunks in the spring.
According to Christy Mathew-
r^ftuTELn Winter Term
§|I|e JANUARY 6 th
HL_y T_-_ _II 9tb & C st. Phone M. 802
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN WINES AND
Bole Agents James E. Pepper & Co. and Louis
Family Orders Solicited and Promptly
102 468 10 So. 14th St. Telephone Main 113.
No Bar in Connection.
son, Mike Donlin used to be the
fastest thing in the National
league, on and off the diamond.
Now, there's no class to Mike in
Some of the unusual things
about indoor baseball are the
lack of a desire to swat the um
piro, the absence of spiking and
the fact that the inside game Is
Our idea of nothing at all: The
refusal of the suffragets to ad
mit to membership the lady
THE AVERAGE UMPIRE
MAKES AN EXCEEDINGLY
POOR BOWLER. AS A RULE
THEY MISS TOO MANY
Al Palzer peering over McCarty's shoulder during a clinch. No
tice the condition of his faco. Even in the clinches McCarty played
with his huge opponent, handling him like a child, despite the fact
that Palzer outweighed him by 10 pounds.
<$» AND THEY' GOT THE LIMIT TOO. *
<J> Bob Munger, who writes most pereuadin' trade an- <>
■$> nouncements for the Dege stores, and Ned Adams, attached *
<S> to the customs service, are around In their usual haunts to- <»
<J> day telling the stay-at-homes about what a wonderful sport ♦
<$> is duck hunting. Reason: Munger and Adams went down to <&
<$> the Nisqually flats Saturday night on the Queen for a week- <*
<$ end shoot and both gagged the limit of twenty birds. Mun- <»
<S> brought home a big mallard and there were pigeons, teal, but- <$•"
<» ter-balls and other varieties in the bag. Nearly a doen were <S>
<?> in the party. .-.
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<3> (United Press I/eased Wire.) «
<?> LONDON, Jan. C. — Gamb- «>
<$> ling on football matches <$>
<?> among women has increased <$>
<•> to such an extent in the in- <$>
<$> dustrial centers of the North <t>
«$> and Midlands that . special <$>
<$• plain clothes men have been *
■$> detailed to catch the women <$•
*$> bookmakers who ply their <$>
<$> trade in small stores and <i>
<3> workrooms. Girls 12 years <$>
<$> old easily fall into the bet- <*>
<$> ting habit. <$>
MORE HEAVY STUFF
CHICAGO, Jan. 6.—A1l indica
tions are that Eddie McGoorty of
Oshkosh, and Mike Gibbons of
St. Paul,, will fight on the Pa
cific coast, following the an
nouncement that James Coffroth
of San Francisco has offered to
tage a 2 0-roun<i battle between
them. The men have agreed to
weigh in at 158 pounds.
7th and Pac. at. Tel. 3070
HILUSBOROUGH, Cal., Jan. 0.
—By a score of 3 1-2 to 3 3-4,
R. M. Tobin's "Whites" are the
victors here today over T. A.
Driscoll's "Reds" after a fast
game of polo played on El Cerrlto
WORKKD FOR NOTHING
That she and her brother and
sisters were forced to work on
the ranch of George Ferguson un
der cruel treatment and without
pay, besides having to pay exorbi
tantly for their board, are the al
legations set forth In a suit for
$652 against Ferguson by Nellie
"THREE A DAY TOO MANY"
Three meals a flay are too
many, according to County Jailer
James Longmire, who has had
two years' experience In feeding
prisoners. Two meale will keep
any person in perfect health, he
says. . • ,
to curb a coin lit on day
r&ka LAXATIVE UItOMO Qnlnln* T»t>l«t«,
Oruntits nfund money If It fall* to our*.
Hi- w. dran't ■tcnatura to oo Mtcb box. 23*
IBAVB YOUJt VAXUAUIiEB
vi UK r*BiJhaiiAßß
»nt*tr Deposit Vaults
■■d you are ul»a>« mute of
r«#lfle Safe Depaalt Co.
■ 11l So. 10th Hirert ■
Monday. Jan. 6, 1913.
(Bjr United Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Jan. G.—Jesse Wil
lard, heavyweight, the only man
who ever earned and received a
popular decision over Luther Mc-
Carty, now recognized as the
white heavyweight champion of
the world, la to be handled by a
syndicate here, according to plans
under way today. Charles Cut
ler, who rules Wlllard's destinies
at present, was offered $10,000
for his interest.
, ROTH CHARGE ASSAULT
Charles McLean and Nellie Mc-
Lean, his wifp, have made coun
ter complaints, each charging the '
other with assault. Charles says
Mrs. McLean hit him over the
head with the umbrella first.
OOMMmSD TO ASYLUM
Lydia Parker, aged 60 years,
of Puyallup, was today adjudged
violently insane and was commit
ted to the Steilacoom asylum by
Judge Clifford. This will bo her
third term, according to the sher
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The Daintiest and Most Delight
ful of All Musical Plays—
The Henry B. Harris Estate
"THE QUAKER GIRT/ 1
With Victor Morley and a Bril
liant Cast, Chorus and Orchestra,
Prices—s2, $1.50. $1, 75c. 50c.
Bargain Matinees Wednesday and
Saturday—loc and 25c
Evening Prices—2oo, 30c, 50c.
Some misguided foMcs are under
the Impression that there Is no
humor among the English. These
should go to The Empress this
week and see
In that side-splitting, blues de
"THE WOW WOWS"
Most folks will remember Kar
no's music hall comedy, but none
will forget this. Besides there Is
the usual strong Empress bill of
THE THREE ALEX
UII'XK & GIKAIIU
* Are among those featured.
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