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January Clearing Sale
$15 and $18 Clothes
For Men and Young Men
Sale Starts Tomorrow
They are the maximum value at regular
prices, but true to our reputation for value
giving we make these splendid clothes an added
feature to this big January Clearing Event.
All $15 Pattern Suits, Overcoats d>] A Cf|
and Raincoats now .*P * v«wv
All $18 Pattern Suits, Overcoats d>in tt(\
and Raincoats now .*P * «••*"
(blues and blacks excepted)
Can You Beat It?
James H.Dege Co.
1110-12-14-16 Pacific ay.
The Good Clothes Store for Men and Boys.
/ |f| by way of the
v^ Jffl^Cc)lunil)ia River
>'^||p^"' Two Hundred mile daylight rid*
>^ yjSj 'I'he rqnal of any Scenic Trip in America
.^^mr fVI and through
If Salt Lake and Denver
(J' [without additional expense]
O-W. R. & N.
Oregon Short Line
and Union Pacific
TH« 1! Steel Coaches .
System I Electric Block Signals
E»»M 111 | Modem B«lenoe'. Greateat Device for
Of II m*sM xmV*}?** installed at a co.t of aix
.. II million dollars
kl Rock Ballasted, Dnstless and
II Smooth Running Road Bed
I} Oil Burning Locomotives
11 Electric Lighted Trains v ■
If • Standard Pullman and Tourist
I : Sleeping Gars
1 | Courteous, Obliging Employes
If Splendid Dining Car Service
You Pass Through More Large Cities
than by any other route
Oity Ticket Office
:.; Nation*! Realty Ituilding / O/jjsEj Sft JoJ
WM. OAKBUTHKRS \%VlltwM/*'/
Dittrfet FraJght Agent* \g^<S***>^X
OSGAR IS MISSING -
Oscar is missing!
Adolf, who loves him like a brother (sometimes)
has gone to seek him.
They'll be back again tomorrow, no doubt.
This Corkey person, who la to
lend uplift to The Drammer next
week with the Princess Stock
company, once played Hamlet;
ANXIOUS READBR—No, the
report that Chief 1 mis will iJe
president of the Fourth Ward So
cial and Boxing club is not true.
All the dogs in town are cele
brating today; no more muzzles
necessary—if the license is paid.
Have you paid your license yet—
for your dog?
Murray Hill, who Is at the Pan
this week, says that a dog license
costs $2 a year, whilst a marriage
license costs only $2 for life. And
as a man leads a do.g's life, any
way, it's cheaper to get the mar
riage license. And how the men
do Har! Har! Har! right uot loud
at this joke!
Mary had a little lamb,
Of white and woolly pelf;
And evry time it wagged its tail,
It Bpanked its little self!
The law saj's that babies under
ll pounds may be sent bj' parcel
post. Good night, stork!
We love to write poems but
its orful tough on the people who
pay a cent for the paper and have
to read 'em, huh?
It Is frosty down in "Frisco,
San Dee-ago has a chill;
And we wonder if Zyszko
Has cold tootsies with him still.
The pore little gel clung to tlie
Totem pole in front of the Tnco
nia hotel while the chimes pealed
the midnight hour.
The snow was fulling with dull
thuds all around her, and she had
Heine Janaen has been signed
up for the Tigers, according to
the announcement made yester
day by Frank Red path. Jansen
lilayed a short while with the
team last season but his hitting
wasn't up to snuff and ho was
farmed. He returned at tne close
of the season and finished on
second. His work was good, ana
Joe will make him a regular.
The McGinnity family has left
Newark, N. J., for the coast and
will reach heijß some time next
week. The boss will stop over In
Chicago for a few days to look
over some baseball players.
H^^ :; Foir* i\ Little "While Mifatllilfllfit
BSBw With Every iiffi
MISIK Suit Or WM
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|l Yes, free/ Pants, perfectly made, and priced at $8.00! We've given thousands of pairs with f&
MS our $15 suits and overcoats. But there are yet many who have waited—but have intended iB
I to snap up this most larkablc offer. An offer that has made thousands of happy fellows. 11
gj Listen to this: The suit or In ercoat is made to your measure. By Union Tailors, Cutters and Fitters who take SHI
jg ■ your word as law. No maiqr what your taste, they satisfy you, not themselves. ' l t&m
W&l You get a perfect suit or overcoat of positive $30 or $35 value for $15. You get satisfaction too, or your money back, jj^
1& But still more—you get ajßair of dandy extra pants, worth $8, thrown in for good measure. That's the bis Msa
WWL thing to remember. Niv t patterns and fabrics coming in still. And anxious men coming in after them. M W
I^^^ So come right away." Won't wait another minute. This great free pants offer is about to expire Start M
1913 with a general freshing up of your appearance. Remember, it only costs $15. '" JBw
Ibi [NGLISH ■yOuLLN MILLS '^
lw«f^^^Btetetett*^ 911 Pacific Avenue
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THE TACff^A TIMES
no money; only a Wooden Nickel.
Bob! Sob! Hob!
(END.) • .
7th and Pac. ay. Tel. 5070
SUNDAY, JAN. 12.
i i.oki \<i: \\ i ki:k :
and the Hammerstein Opera Co.
By Victor Herbert and Rida
Prices —50c to $1.50.
Seat sale Saturday.
Monday anil Tuesday, Jan. 13-14
DAVID BELASCO PRESENTS
In David Belasco's Thrilling Play
"THE RETURN OF PKTEK
Prices—Lower floor, $2; Bal
cony, 3 rows, $2; next 3 rows,
$1.50; last 6 rows, $1; Gallery
50c. Seat sale Saturday. Mail
orders now. •
THIS WEEK •
Bargain Matinees Wednesday and
Saturday loc and 25c '
Evening Prices —2oc, 30«, 50c.
BIG MILL TODAY ,
ENGLISH PONY BALLET
And Six Others. ! < '
, . CHARLES CHAPLIN '
In Karno's Groat Comedy '
"THE WOW WOWS''!,.. 1
—OTHIilt S. & C. ACIT»—6
I SAVE YOUR VALUABLES
FIRE OR BURGLARS .
Safely Deposit Vnulta
and you are ulwnya sure of
Pnc-lflo Safe Depoalt Co.
11l So. 10th Street
A never falling collo remedy
effectual in the treatment of all
colics In the horse.
Price 50c Per Bottle.
. Jim Dege, who runs a necktie
garage op Main street, has got
curlier hair than any other mer
chant in the village. N. —He**
Gertrude had a little pup;
Named the puppy Jennie;
But, when that ther dork grew up
. Changed his name to Benny!
Only Ob« "BROMO <UJIHIHB»
That la I anat!v« l'roino Qulnln*. Look fat
t>i# signature of E. W. Grove. Curoa a Cold
in On« Day. Cure* Qrlp la Two D«j». tfta.
$8.00 English Slip-On
ly free, with every
order, for Suit or
Suit or Overcoat.
A swell line of all
wool fabrics to choose
from. Fit, style,
Makers of Good
920 Pacific Aye.
Open Saturday and
RILEY WANTS TO START
Frank Rtley wants to start a
wrestling tournament among the
welterweights with Tacoma as
the place for pulling off the con
teats. There are several welters
in the game now and none of
them know just where they stand.
Hence Riley wants to find out
Get in the game
with a jimmy pipe
Hit the top notch of tobacco delight by jamming your jimmy -
brimful of Prince Albert. Right there is first-water pipe joy,
because P. A. simply can't bite your tongue. The "broil" is
cut out by a patented process.
Got everything you or any other pipe
enthusiast ever yearned —flavor, >>^^SSaßß§&\
aroma and long-burning qual- ftep^^** —^ws^
ities. You can smoke it all day . ap i^ljfik
and all night, too! Never M i|^jSJA
a tingle on that tongue! J/ IF ' Vi« B
At hitdt (^ vm3Ps* a
ALDLKI V^, Jf?^ W
Asa cigarette, Prince Albert is a //f#^W^ l?skw/ llßSfi
revelation. It's easy to roll up II it fl M
because it's crimp cut. It stays /' \\ \ W^T^ I
put No matter whether you ever ' ' ™ •
tried to roll a cigarette or not, you . _ _,
can roll P. A. without half trying. , • n. *„*io «* |
Prince Albert gives you a new idea of how delicious va&^^^ffi^jj?^*? \
The to red a cigarette can be. It is unlike any S^-~r? iBS 3':. j
Tht£°c Pbag" other tobacco, particularly the "free- BSffijj^i»gg l\ ■
Brunning"/w-brandsandcAfljQr-brands. |™ii|| *; ! •
If you want a cigarette smoke that's I^P^l I
good for what ails you, get the P. A. Wu\ l j
makin's and do a little celebrating on jlf fm^M ! '
Buy P. A. everywhere in loppy 5c red Zo\ T^^W /^ i i
bag*, We tidy red tint and handsome jsM'<Amt^U /,%$-. i :
pound and half- pound humidor: \ tM£vS3lKtim/£s% ? g
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. 1 Wm^ ! I
Winston-Salem, N. C. | I ■
and suggests that they get togetti
er and settle the matter. A tour
namen of that nature would cre
ate a lot of interest and the only
drawback to the whole proposi
tion seems to be the lack of inter
est In wrestling. The fans play
stronger toward boxing, especial
ly In the west.
Friday, Jan. 10, 1913.
By the use of medic
«jH«t tnal herbs and roots
/■ffi?jl*W known for their re
4JBi'vi*»v9| markable cures in
i|&»'*i*« China, we are able
W-gHfc.,% to absolutely cure
IBlfe^j3P such allmi-ntn as
\3aHg*l?iMr Catarrh, Deafness,
vnß.^l Asthma, Skin DIs
iKUV eases. Rheumatism,
iHr^M Appendicitis, Heart
■DKl^:''aWO Trouble, Kidney
■■■■•««Bl[b^B Complaint, etc.
The remedies we use are obso v
lutely non-poisonous and positively
do not contain mercury.
If unable to call personally, send
to stamp for diagnosis blank.
N. TOW iiiimm. MEDICINE . CO.
Jl-Kl',l Puelflc ii v. Phone
11 111 Commerce at. Main 8888