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PAGE TWO.
Lost, Strayed j
or Stolen:
One Valuable
Employe of the
"Parsnips
Post."
Words by &-haefer
Music by Condo.
CHARGE
FRAUD
(By United Tress Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Jan. 16.—An in
vestigation was promised today
by State Athletic Commissioner
O'Neill In connection with the
management of the Rivers-Cross
bout Tuesday night by the Mc-
Mahon Brothers of the Empire
Athletic club. It was alleged that
more tickets were sold than the
Manhattan Casino would hold,
Musing a riot that took 120 po
licemen to quell and preventing
nearly a thousand fight fans from
Viewing the bout. Many of the
fans had already secured tickets,
but arriving late, found that oth
er patrons had usurped their
places.
Moving and Storage
Merchants' Delivery
Main 108.
January
Clearing Sale
Decided Savings on
Boys' Clothes
Overcoats, Suits, Waists, Shirts, Hats and
Sweaters at prices that are lower than ever be
fore for the qualities offered.
Russian and Sailor Blouse Suits,
Sizes 2 to 10 Years.
$3.50 and $4.00 Suits for $2.50
$4.50 and $5.00 Suits for $3.50
$6.00 and $6.50 Suits for $4.50
$7.50 and $8.50 Suits for $5.50
Boys' Overcoats Greatly Reduced
$3.50 and $4.00 O 'Coats $2.75
$5.00 and $6.00 O'Coats $3.75
$6.50 and $7.50 O'Coats $4.50
$8.00 and $8.50 O'Coats $5.50
Six Hundred Boys' Shirts and Blouses HALF
PRICE.
James H. Dege Co.
1110-12-14-16 Pacific ay.
The Good Clothes Store for Men and Boys.
The Bank of California
. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
S^ r ßstabUabed 1804. ■ .-.. ......
Capital and Surplus $16,300,000.00 *
San Francisco * ■ Portland Tacoma ■'",,,/ Seattle
:;--- v'-. -.■■.■.-' TAOOMA BRANCH
The Dank of California Building, Ticomt.
BOOT MAY
MEET MURPHY
(IJy I'nitrd Press Leased Who.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 16. —
Kvery indication today pointed to
a match between Harlem Tommy
Murphy and Joe Mandot of New
Orleans at Promoter James W.
Coffroth's Daly City arena on
Washington's birthday. A tele
gram received by Coffroth from
Harry Colenian, Mandot's mana
ger, stated that the weight was
agreeable, and that if the purse
offered were boosted a little Man
dot was willing to fight.
INDIANS PLAY
ARMORY SAT.
The Cushman Indians basket
ball live will play the Armory
boys Saturday night In two
games*. The affair will be under
the auspices of the P. S. A. A.
FOUR NO-HIT GAMES IN 2464-
AND THESE MEN PITCHED IT
When a major league playing
season ends, the eight clubs com
prising the league have played
1,232 games, theoretically—some
times they forget to play a game
or two at the fag end when the
games make no difference in the
standing of the clubs involved.
Thus, the two major league or
ganizations play each year 2,464
games. Each team plays 151
games, half at home and half on
the road.
And out of this number of ex
hibitions of the national sport In
the major organizations, In 1912,
but four were "no hit" contests —
only four pitchers defeated their
opponents without giving a hit.
Of the quartet one was a vet
eran of 11 years, two were re
cruits and the fourth had been
playing big time just about long
enough for the pin feathers to
begin sprouting.
Three of the "no hit" games
were played in the American
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♦ (By United Press a Leased Wire.) <»
<$> », NEW YORK, Jan. 16.— President Frank J. Parrell of the <»
■» New York Americans may change the name of his club. He <J>
♦ said today that he did not want the team called the Yankees, <S>
«> Highlanders, Kilties or Hillmen any more, but wants to tag <»
<?> on the title of the "New Yorks" only. The suggestion was $>
<S> made by Manager Chance in a letter to Mr. Farrell. <£
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PLAN BIG WRESTLING
TOURNEY IN PIERCE
Eight Pierce county associa
tions are planning a wrestling
tourney. A meeting will take
place tomorrow night at which
CLUB WILL HOLD
ANNUAL BANQUET
"Take me to the barbers' ball."
But it won't be a barbers' ball
no more, for the razor artists of
Tacoma are planning to launch a
full fledged athletic club where
the members can enjoy them
selves in the pummellng of oth
ers. Leaders of the plan figure
In entering all lines of athletics
and to put a ball team on the
field next summer. The club will
also take in wrestling, boxing,
fencing and other kinds of sports.
The Choice of a Husband
1b too Important a matter for a
woman to be handicapped by
weakness, bad blood or foul
breath. Avoid these kill-hopes
by taking Dr. King's Life Pills.
New strength, fine .complexion,
pure breath, cheerfin spirits —
things that win men—follow their
use. Easy, safe, sure. 25c.
Kyner Malstrom Drug Co., 938
Pacific ay.
THE TACOMA TIMES
league and one in the older or
ganization.
The veteran pitcher was
George Mullin, who, for the first
time Bince he joined Detroit,
pitched a not hit game, July 4,
tentative plans for an effective
organization will be discussed.
Physical Director Carroll of the
armory, is an interested person m
the affair.
Thorpe Hilled l,ik.- Circus!
Jim Thorpe, world's champion
athlete, is a money maker for
the Carlisle Athletic association
All that is needed to dra«| a
crowd is to announce that
Thorpe is sure to play. Carlisle
played its only basketbaTf .game
away from home in Philadel
phia Saturday night with' Penn
sylvania, and the telegraph', sto
ries of the game began with t»e
fact that Thorpe would play. .
An A< i'i>iii|ili-liini'iit.
Mr. Henballo —They are spying
that even the Chinese have, grant
ed votes to women.
Mr. (iron chin ore—l'm not as
tonished. Think of the centuries
that Chinese women have been
wearing trousers. —Chicago News.
SAVE YOUR VALUABLES
FIRE OIfBURGIiARS
tiring th€m —to our ■.
Safety Deposit.Vault* - '
•nd you are ninny« mure of
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Pacific Safe Deposit Co..
*■:-■-- 111 So. iota Street .. -«
against St. Louts. Six men reach
ed first, five walking and one on
an error. Detroit won, 7-0.
On August 20 Carl Cashion, of
the Washington club, pitched a
six inning no hit game against
Cleveland, winning 2-0.
Earl Hamilton, the sensational
young left ihander of the St.
Louis Browns, held Detroit hit
less, his team winning 5-1.
Jeff Tesreau pitched the only
no hit game in the National,
against that slugging crew, tne
Phillies, September 6, the Giants
winning 3-0.
TITLE TO TIDE
LANDS CHANGE?
Joe McGinnity will dicker with
tideflat owners some time today
with regard to the purchase of
additional land to complete his
new ball park. The manager
has at present an option of quite
a bit but lacks about 35 feet be
tween the location of the grand
stand and the city waterway for
the grounds.
ARMORY BOYS
IN TRAINING
The Armory Athletic associa
tion boys are working their heads
off to get into condition for their
coming smoker. Joe Bonds is
helping Physical Director Carroll
in training the lads.
THE INCREASING
POPULARITY
OF BEER
Step into any public place where liquid re
freshments are served and what is the
most popular beverage?
bp:er.
WHY?
Because beer is in a class by itself —a popu
lar class —standing as it does as the happy
medium between total abstinence, on the
one hand, and intoxicating, distilled liquors
on the other. Beer is a temperance drink—
a drink for the masses.
PACIFIC BEER LEADS
It's increasing use is enjoyed by thousands.
Order it. Ask for it.
BEST, EAST OR WEST
Main 352
PEACE AT
MAGNATES'
MEETING
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Jan. 1 6.—There
was little outlook for excitement
of any kind when the members of
the National Uaseball commission
meet here today for their annual
meeting. Not enough matters of
importance to caose a serious row
were scheduled to come up.
The adoption of a uniform 80
days' contract for use by all clubs
in organized baseball was dis
cussed. A draft of such a docu
ment has been made by August
Harriman. There will also be
hearings on the salary limits set
for clubs in certain leagues re
cently. The International league,
for one, will protest against its
limit of $6,000 a month.
Today's meeting was to have
been h«ld in Cincinnati January
6, but was postponed because of
the illness of l!an Johnson, presi-
dent of the American league and
third member of the body.
ANGELS
PLANS
(By United Press leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 15. With
eight new players under contract,
Henry Berry of the Los Angeles
club of the Pacific Coast league
announced today with the adop
tion of one more left-handed
pitcher his team will be complete
for the 1913 season.
Among the new men are Out
fielder Harl Maggert, Infielder
Fahey and Pitcher Crabb, secured
from the Philadelphia Athletics
in exchange for Outfielder Pete
Daley. Maggert will fill the gap
Daley left in the outfield, and
Fahey probably will be used at
shortstop.
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<S> PORTLAND. Ore., Jan. <$>
<$> 16. —Ad Wolgast and his »
<$> wife are having such a good <?■
•» time in Portland that they <S>
<?> have decided to . postpone •$>
<$> their departure for Cadillac, <$■
<$> Mich. Ad says they may re- <$
<«> main here two weeks. ♦
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DR. GIIiCHRIST'S
Colic Remedy
A never failing colic remedy
sffectual In the treatment of all
colics in the horse.
Price 50c Per Bottle.
OANDOM
IJY WllilA'l'M \VILI>WAVK.
TOP VODKVKAL BONG
(To be sung by young lady in pale pink gown in a spot-light
kicks and bass-drum bang-bangs ad lib.)
Oh, my lady love was going tuh meet mo.
Beneath the tree!
And I cannot tell how dearest one'll treat me,
O-mi, o-me-e-e-e!
But I know that I do-hoo lu-huv her,
Betiher life!
A-hund I know that I'm a-goin' tuh raa-hake her!
My li-huh-tle wu-hife! (picture!)
CHORUS:
O-ho-ho-ho-ho, Eliza my dream,
O-ho-ho-ho-ho, you're mu-high little queen,
Tell me do you love your girlie-goo?
Will you ever, ever be-he true!
O-ho-ho-ho-ho, sweet girlie,
What makes yuh hair so curlyT
Betcher I'm in love,
With muh little dove,
Hooky-doo, hooky-doo, who is You?
Good Night! Entire change of program tomorrow.
We didn't see you at the Guv's
little party in Olympia last night?
Did you lose your ticket Helene?
Helena says perhaps Lister
didn't list her! Darn you, Hen
nery, you're always talking nutty
stuff like that.
Doc Ashton says business Is
orful dead with him!
N. B. —Doc is the coroner, you
know.
IN THU DIM PAST
Rhodes Bros, once sold you a
pound of tea for 60 cents and
gave away a grand piano or a set
of dishes free; now they can
write a check in six figures and
it'll be o.k. Moral: Be generous
in your early days.
CHIVALROUS CHARLKS
A new conductor on the Point
Defiance line took a nickel faro
from a pretty girl yesterday and
said "Thank you."
He was instantly discharged.
NEWSPAPKR KNGLISH
"He was knocked down and
bruised between the corner and
the front of the car."
First It was fighting champs
who went on the stage; then the
newspaper cartoonist followed,
and now comes Newt Newkirk,
the funny man on the Boston
Post doing a turn vaudeville.
Why not the plumber and the boy
who brings the groceries?
And whilst we daily here, let us
note that there's a newspaper
chap over in Seattle—Charles
Eugene Banks. Well, if Charles
Eugene does, it's a darned sight
more than any of the rest of us
do!
Wlkii Makes a Woman?
One hundred and twenty pounds,
more or less, of bone and muscle
don't mako 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. Ouaran
teen by Ryner Malstrom Drug Co.,
938 Pacific ay.
There is Only Ono
"Bromo Quinine"
That la \
Laxative Bromo Quinine
(MED THE WOKLB OVER TO CUR£ A COLD M ONE DAT. ['
Always remember the full name. Look jt»*/^Y^ _£•> U■"
lot this al^uature on every box. . 2."> c. CO W/2l£&*O"tF* ■*
Thursday, Jan. 16, 1913.
TODAY'S SHORT STORY.
Chapter I.
Chauncey Ribboncounter bought
two dozen hens from a chicken
fancier.
"Now we will have nice frosh
eggs all the time," he cried glee
fully, to his dear wife, whom ho ,
was married to.
Chapter 11.
"It's time to feed the chick
ens," said Mrs. Ribboncounter
turning over to locate a warmer
spot in the eiderdown quilt.
Chauncey hurried out In the
dim light to serve the fowls' ma
tutinal m?al, cussing fluently.
Chapter 111.
Chauncey Ribboncounter today
filed a petition in bankruptcy.
Liabilities, for hen feed, $1,677.
--45; assets, three eggs, two slight
ly old.
THE NEW START
Start in the New
Year right—open an
* account with the
BANKERS TRUST
1 4 o/o Co. 4 o/o
f Capital $300,000.00
* Bankers Trust Bldg.
Tacoma, Wash.
Strs. Indianapolis
and Chippewa
Til* fastest and flnnt da?
■Inmrn 011 the eoaiit.
BIGHT ROUND TRIPS DAILY
Leaves Tacotna from Mu
nicipal Dock at 7:00. 9:00, 11:00
a. in ; 1:00. *:00. 5:00, 7:o*
»:00 p. m. ■
Leave Seattle from Colman
dock. 7:00. 9:00. 11:00 a m,
1:00, 3:00. 5:00. 7:00, 9:00 p. m.
HJNGLIO FAIIK Me. '
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A Steamer Every Tit* Hour*.
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