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PAGE TWO.
Ht-haha!
Something
Funny Is
Always
Sure to
"Turnip"
in the
"Parsnips
Post"
Words bj Hrhaefer
Music by Oondo.
McGINNITY BACK WITH
CONTRACTS OF SEVEN
YOUNG BALL PLAYERS
♦ ♦ ♦ <t> * $> <$> <S> <$>•$• ■$> <t> »<«>«><•?><s>«■*«•*■# <3> <3> «•<»•s■ <S> <£ «•■ «> •<
♦ *
♦ Abe Weigher, pitcher, Altoona, Pa. Led South Atlantic '•>
♦ league twirlera In 1910. Won two-thirds of his battles In -•>
♦ Trl-State league with AHoona. <3>
♦ . John Foley, catcher, Seton Hall college. <»>
<$> Conrad (Connie) Fischer, outfielder, college player. <$>
♦ George Bolce, pitcher, twtrled for Newark In 1911. $'
♦ Harry (Kid) Kurfess, pitcher. <$>
♦ Herbert Harris, fielder, ratcrson. K. J. ■&
♦ Charley Rothfuss, Forest Hill, N. J., third baseman. <$>
♦ *
<> <$v ($> .«><£• <?><s■ 4v ,g> <J. <*. <J> .J> ><$I^>^'^<S><s><&<S>4>
The foregoing are the names
of players that Joe McQinnlty
brought to town late last evening
■when he returned from Newark,
COLONIAL
Turkish Baths
7th and Vac. ay. Tel. 3070
Moving and Storage
Merchants' Delivery
' Main IBS.
COAL 1
We are making special R
I I prices COAL qUan- I
We are making special
prompt delivery. quan- ■
tity, prompt delivery.
■ Slab Wood *2.75 load. B
HEFFLEIt IlltOS. rtJKIi CO I
Main 3990 g
1 TO THE PUBLIC—
I have been suffering with
FML'/irIHBH nervous prostration
I for a good many
■ years and could not
BPijW find any relief with
BJHhM*! other medicine*
BpavßFM until I took the Yee
HflEflfl Wo'a roots and
I herbs remedy. I
HF^H all: '"■■'■ fully re-
S&JH --ton-it in my health
and desire to rec
ommend Tee Wo's remedy to any
- sufferers.
(Signed) J. P. CA3S, City.
Yee Wo Chinese Medicine Co.
* have successfully treated many ob
,, stinate cases, both men and
1 women.
Office ilini. So. C st.,
Taconia, Wash.
IIiiSS(29TEETH
I^^^ Bk| 3J ■ |£ The Dental service we
I»BtM| JM| M ■ ■*! Bjj offer to the public la bas
gl^r^^mf^r^fnKr^f^t^M ed flrst an always upon
■•I »sp.# "*«sl BiM A I ""^Lilfl "'* proper execution of
IjßjyimJAjJ^*- sV^^J the work with the best
VIMMHtHMBHUi materials and the best ad-
TAOOMA THKATKR ISMKJ. vanced methods.
Corner Oth and C St.i. ■ Our seals of prices Is
the lowest consistent with
|i ! 1 9 Y«»A1»* In fTiO •trlc first-class work.
. 1«& I Cars til me We seek to retain the
i*>f-: Q* f I j»' ' • ' favor of our patients by
i *-■'. jame JLiOC&tlOIl «'""' work and fair treat
... . ment. A satisfied patient
._ .Wo-rrS"**^ «^.« sends us more business,
i „ DR. Al-si in. DR. BURNS. ana the recommendation Is
. Painless . Extracting 30c worth more to us than any
Gold Crowns ........... %9A other advertising; w« do.
sPlij*t>l^s Plij*t> l^° rk ......... 93 ELECTHO WHALEBONE
Gold Fillings .......... 91 up t Pl » TF ,
1 Platinum Filling, .•> ■*. ,„ our .p. c ,™ „ they
| EXAMINATIONS AND ttZ^n^^.^ 1 Z%
' t - . ESTIMATES FREE stress than any other
„'■"■■ ■ . plate made, regardless of
' WE GIVE GAS *lnd or material, and the
WE. Ultß M«O pr|pn , g w|tn|n rea<;h o[ a| j
I All Work Guaranteed. ; ""Ku'a'nd's^amples. '
■ mmmmmmMamm^mmaßMßßaamammmmammmmmmamß.
gpw»»»^--*>-i-tf?-^-t- i*"-.--:-^" i^s.v.^ *--■--.-- . . ,
I KENTUCKY LIQUOR Co. \
I c Incorporated !
I WHOLESALE DEALERS IN WINES AND ,
I LIQUORS !
I 1 Sole Agents James E. Pepper & Go. and Louis !
■(?-'••:."- Hunter Bye / (
I Family Orders Solicited and Promptly !
■ & •• Attended to. %■ ■-'.-;•;^-',&M \
11 102 4-6 810 So. 14th St. ' Telephone Main 113.
I * No Bar in Connection. ;
■ (rjvV- 1* ■>■■■■''•■. .-I"- •■■'.".■■■•■■•■ ■:• ■ ■•■ i- ■,-■-....■ -....-.- •■ . •.■■-■-•
N. J., with his family. MeC.ln
nity is stopping at the Stratford
hotel. The Iron Man went Into
consultation Immediately with hla
secretary, Frank Redpath, antJ
handed over contracts or tue
above named players. The boys
have been selected with the mosr
careful scrutiny and with the aid
of several of Joe's eastern base
ball friends. All are particularly
youngsters, a nd the signing up or
these fellows indicates that Mc-
Ciunlty will operate his cluD on
a gingerly basis.
The players all have good rec
ords, and although few have seen
big league service, nevertheless
they have been with some mighty
fast Independent ball cluds.
McUinrilty alßo ordered brand
new suits tor the club while In
the east. A feature of the clothes
will be an orange and black Tiger
on the breast of the shlrta. The
home team will weur white whHe
In this city and gray will be worn
when the tfTUO liiu the mad.
McGlnnity is not sure yet
whether he will have me grounds
on the tideflaU. Before making
any decision in the matter he will
go over the plans carefully.
What Makes a Woman?
Ono hundred and twenty pounds,
more or less, of bone and muscle
don't make a woman. It's a good
foundation. Put Into It health and
strength and she may rule a king
dom. But that's just what Elec
tric Bitters give her. Thousands
bless them for overcoming faint-
Ing and dizzy spells and for dis
pelling weakness, nervousness,
backache and tired, listless, worn
out feeling. "Electric Bitters
have done me a world of good,"
writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla.,
"and I thank you, with all my
heart, for making such a good
medicine." Only 50c. Guaran
toen by Ryner Malatrom Drug Co.,
938 Pacific ay.
MRS. McCARTY WON'T HAVE
TO PEEL SPUDS IN SALOON
RESTAURANT AGAIN
Mrs. J/iither McCarty nnd baby and "Fatty" Howard's cafe,
Moorliead, Minn., where she lias been working to support her
self and infant.
• FARGO, N. D. Jan. 15.—
Within a stone's throw of where
the Red River of the North sep
arates Fargo from Moorehead,
Minn., stands a flatiron building,
called "The House of Lords."
It Is a saloon. It is in Moor
head because Fargo Is as dry as
a kiln dried chip. Next door Is
"Fatty" Howard's cafe, famous
for its steaks and chops.
In the kitchen of this un
assuming restaurant, which
occupies a one-story build-
Ing, Mrs. I/nther McCarty,
wife of the holder of tlie
heavyweight title, worked
as second cook, from last
June until January 4, when
she. quit to return to her
home, at Sidney, O.
The story that Mrs. McCarty
was "peeling potatoes in a res
taurant here," Is not an exag
geration, despite the denials of
her relatives In Ohio.
Not only was she employed in
Howard's but she Is proud that
she Is a good enough cook to
earn $10 a week and her board,
because her earning capacity
permitted her to support Cor
nelia Alberta, her 20-month-old
daughter, when husband and
father was unable to earn the
price of coffee and sinkers In
Chicago.
Day in and day out. from 10
in the morning until 10 at night
Mrs. McCarty worked in the res
taurant kitchen. Short #nd
buxom, a decided blonde, Mrs.
McCarty has been a royal mother
and her hands, with their short,
powerful fingers, are the best
evidence of her hard work. ■ ,
Mrs. McCarty left here Jan. 5,
to visit her parents and those or
her husband, who reside In Sid
ney and Plqua, 0., respectively.
Her whole life revolves around
her baby girl, who has not seen
her now noted daddy since Oc
tober, 1911. -
This does not signify that Lu
ther MoCarty has not contribu
ted to the support of his wife
and baby. ... \
Krer since he began earn
ing real money In the ring,
McCarty . has sent large'
sums to his wife, and she
■: insist* that' the story ■' that V
MoOarty deserted her and
THE TACOMM TIMES
the baby is false. He left
them here to seek a chance
in the lighting game and
earn money for them.
Mrs. McCarty \vas Jlhoda,
White of Sidney, O. Five years
ago, on May 28, she married
McCarty, then but 16. From
Sidney the young couple went
to Ludlngton, Mich., and then to
Saskatoon, Can., where MoCany
punched cattle. - v
While McCarty was on th»
Saskatoon ranch, Mrs. McCarty
returned to Sidney, to visit her
parents, and Luther came to
Fargo, where he secured "•■ em
ployment in the Orpheum press
ing parlors. It was about the
time that Mrs. McCarty caused
his arrest for non-support,' but
the charge was dropped.
McCarty left Fargo for •' Chi
cago, where he spent moat 01
his time with boxers. Until two
months ago he sent money lii
small amounts to his wife, and
after he defeated Flynn, he re
membered her generously. ' '.*
Absence Makes the Heart f-
Grow Fonder ~^—l
We're told, but a good portrait j
of the absent one will keep
the recollection more vivid —
and comfort many a lonely;
hour of separation.
Strs. Indianapolis r '
and Chippewa '
The fastest uo.l fin. »t dap
■Irnnrri OB the «>■■!.
SIGHT ROUND mil's DAILY
Leave* Tacoma from Mu
nicipal Dock at 7:00. »:00, 11:00
a. m.; 1:00. 1:00. 1:00. 7:00
• :00 p. m. , ■ • • ■-• ■' ■ 't-
Lrivt Seattle from Colmaa
dock, 7:00. 1:00. 11:00 a. m..
1:00, 1:00. 5:00, 7:00, 8:00 p. m.
SINGI.K PARK SCO.
. ROUND THII* SOy
A Blrnmcr BTfrj Two noun,
. I. K. I'IIKKI.I, «(nt • -.
*.' ■ Phone Main 34«t ■ •-
RIVERS AND CROSS
ABOUT EQUAL
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Jan. 15.—Among
the thousands of fight fans who .
uwarinod into the hall to witness
the to-re mud battle here between
Leach Cross, the East Side fight
ing dentist, and Mexican Joe
Rivers of Los Angeles, the ques
tion of supremacy is today still
in doubt. Throughout the ten
rounds the men battled furiously,
each using his utmost skill to
turn the tide in his favor, but
with little advantage.
During the early rounds,
Cross' determination to make a
short fight of it was apparent.
Mexican Is Floored
In the second round the crowd
went wild when Cross sent the
Mexican to the floor with swift
left hook. It looked like a knock
out and the din that followed was
deafening. Rivers was on his
feet instantly, however, but the
blood trickled from his nose.
Cross then took to cover, showing
little relish to rush the fighting.
From this round on until the
ninth it was give and take, both
boys using every trick and bit of
science they possessed.
Beginning the ninth, Rivers
tried to break through the den- ;
tist's defense. He sent In many
well timed blows that would have
ended the battle, had Cross not
been in the finest condition.
The tenth round was a whirl
wind. Rivers lashed out . with ■
both hands, straightening Cross
up several, times with hard right ;
uppercuts. . .
I SAVE YOUR VALUABLES
—from— i
FIRE BURGLARS
■ ' bring—them—to—onr I
Safety Deposit Vault*
and you are always sure of
them !
Pacific Safe Deposit Co.
111 80. lUlh Street
your set of books for the
new year should be or
dered early— from
a larger selection of
ready-mades, we manu
facture any special form
required—either bound
or loose-leaf.
PIONEER
Bindery & Ptg. Co.
947 C st. 946 Com. St.
Main 436. ;
TCtV I'i'l" Arthur says!
tUHSKot "Xt doan Ink jes right
(isMH& !" shut off de only
iVl w\ chance de Witt Green . •
jLjl/>Q rlvah tinctorial evah
fa had of comin* to
■-*■£ SOME OVERCOAT WEATHER
Mof We've been having, and some Overcoat business we've been do
fi^j ing: Since last Saturday when the snow came we've sold a big
vJEiJv. bunch of $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 coats, not Gaberdines, not
' JdnhW^t*.-. Slipons, but the real, Simon Pure "Priestly Cravenette" coats,
Amm-2JmFf\ big, loose garments in two lengths, one just below the knee and
.PJSs* -m\ the other to your shoe tops; All of them with the Convcrtable
fjk <r -™JB^ . Collar; All good weight coats in brown and gray diagonals, and
vlliM&T those new gray and red brown wool mixtures: Coats
["fflgßmßLddk^r tluvt woul(1 make oocl if we were to show them to you as re
mllllrlarll!fflm duoed from double the prices we ask for them.
«HP«pfißß- A One Price System is to this House a Business Religion, i !
' If m —l and in advocating this plan we talk for ourselves and not against
I» M W**im the man or firm who does differently.
JSl^Bß^ffl Our net profit last year was a trifle over 11 per cent; that's
■'■S^fflK^Bl Wll 'V we an' afford Special Sales and also why we don't need :
I**m\ " ■ DICKSON BROS. CO. : .. -
jC^l %" W- • 1120-1122 Pacific Aye.
BY WILIiYUM WILDWAVE.
THK TIMES' FIRST RRAOKR.
Oh, look at the Vc Kdltor, Itollo. In tin- Kditor I>ald-hende<l
because lie Ain't got Any hair? No. child, lie Just has a hlßh
forehead Because he Thinks so much. What does He think for?
Uawdonly knows! Ooes the Kdltor get Swell pay? We rear not,
Hi.id., because If he Did he wouldn't smoke that Corn-Cob pipe.
But you Have seen him smoknii; Ceegars, sometimes. Yon say?
Oh, yes Indeed. Those were slipped to him by Bribers who are
running for Inspector of Gas Pipes and Advance A£ts. Is It Kx
citing to be a Editor? Sometimes, Rollo, when the Buti'hcr won't
leave the Liver unless he gets tiieKale.
CUI-TURK
Back East, they are socultured,
gal,
It orter make us blush.
Back East, they can IT cereal,
Out here we call IT niushl
RATTLING THE SKBUSTOXS:
K. E. Horgan, now boss of the
Peoples' Store, was intended to
be a doctor by hts parents, but
he preferred to work for a living.
Charley McKee, the boy mana
ger of the Tacoma theater, was
the class cut-up at Tacoma high
school and wrote more notes to
fair co-eds than any other boy in
school. He haa reformed.
Manager Bean of the T. H. &
P., Is the only lieutenant In Stone
& Webster's service who didn't
care much for the old State
House when he went back to Bos
ton to see his employers. That
is considered crass inaptitude m
cultchawed Bosting.
General Jim Ashton, who once
wanted to go to congress, Is the
only politician who ever gave
away 15 cent cigars in Tacoma.
Ben Norman of the Tacoma
hotel wouldn't make a bad candi
date for President on the Water
Wagon ticket. He never tasted
a drop of the cursed stuph in his
life.
At that educational theater on
Sixth aye. this week they showed
movies with only two murders,
one suicide and a few other edu
cational topics. By all means,
let's educate the little tots.
coLDsruMHEAnArna an* grip
I.AXATI/is HROMO Qulntnt rtmorea the
caw. There is only one "i'.romo Qulntna."
Loo', (or ilfnature of E. W. GROVE:. 28c
WOODY "AT THE AGE OF A «
POME.
Woodrow Wilson,
Judging by his loons,
As an infant,
Must have nursed on boofcs.
Foxy Woodrow,
Didst thou learn at school
All thla bunk or
Let-the-people-rule?
What has become of the old
slogan, "You'll Like TacomaT"
It wasn't half bad.
our umn nox.
Dear Wlllyum: When are they
going to got through with Jack
Johnson? ANXIOUS.
ANXIOUS—What are you anx
ious about. Let him worry.
A newspaper comedian In Cen
tralia has just pulled a pun anout
the Taconia postmaster finding
the Parcels Post in his Stocking
for Christmas. The wretched of
fender got 40 years for the pun
with 10 years additional because
he wrote Christmas "Xmas." And
yet there are people dead set agin
capital punishment.
Wednesday, Jan. 15,1913.
FOUR DAYS. STARTING
THURSDAY
Matinees Friday, Saturday and
Sunday.
Return Engagement The Motion
Picture Sensation of the World.
Paul J. Eainey's African
Hunt
New facts about one of the great
est hunting trips of modern times
Prices 23c and 50c. Reserved Seats
PRINCESS THEATER"
MAIN' 7700
THIS WKKK
"IN MIZZOURI"
Bargain Matinees Wednesday and
Saturday, 10c and SSc.
Krenlng Prices, '_'<(«. 30c and SOo.
EMPRESS
NICK'S nOI.LKR
SKATING
GIRLS
Other Big S. & C. Act*—
810 HI Mi TODAY
ALICE TEDDY
Melnottc 1/Hiiolo Troupe
B—OTHKK FKATIKKS—S
DR. GITiCHRIST'S j
Colic Remedy
A never failing colic remedy
Effectual In the treatment of all
colics in the horse. . ,
Price 50c Per Bottle. '*, |
•(■■■■■'■•••■■■■■■l*! T) A V A "WTI
ILuJ |DAY AND
Ijj»fcUTEL| NIGHT
I SoSn^lll SCHOOL
liffitTfiGE'a Knroll Nw.
B^*^"' ' MC and Oth Stt.
wmm*&&£samM Main «oa
*««»* * ♦ » # »
* ■ U!sß| i ; *
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* THE NEW START •
* Start in the New *
* Year —open an *
* account with the *
* BANKERS TRUST •
* 4 o/o Co. 4 o/o *
* Capital $300,000.00 •
* »
* Bankers Trust Bldg. *
* Tacoma, Wash. *
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