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BOXING BILL INTRODUCED
AT OLYMPIA WEDNESDAY
OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 17.—
Covered up by the embellishea
appellation of an "athletic com
mission" bill, Is the regular bien
nial attempt to open the door ror
10-round boxing matches In this
•tate, which made Its bow both
In the senate and in the house
on Wednesday. The bills in botn
houses are Identical and were in
troduced by Senator Hewitt In
th« upper bouae, and Reps. Mc-
Kay, Craig, Mapes and Wray.
the exception of Wray, who Is
of Seattle and who introduced a
10-round boring bill lajst sosslon,
all these aolons hail from Chelia
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y^j^r Tailoring business is dull—
Jy every everywhere. Hound to
be this time of the year. We're getting our . •*^BL*.
J share of the trade—a little bit more, perhaps. So
J we're not complaining. But to liven things up a bit
m —to keep our immense Woolen Mills and tailor shops
m running ' full blast" we're going to "cut loose" and give
U- you men a bargain— an extraordinary bargain in Made-to-
M Measure clothing. W
m HcrcU our proposition. Don't miss it—you'll regret it if you do— V
I For a Few Days only, with every 1
I $15 Suit or Overcoat I
M We'll give Free, absolutely free, an $8 pair of pants. You get M
Wt the pants free, understand. More than that, you get a cor- Jm
rectly tailored $35 suit or overcoat for $15. There's a bar- M
yL gain for you. $43 worth of clothing for $15! Clothing M
made from the very latest all wool fabrics, in the nob- ,M
biest patterns and weaves. -Built by expert Union ' Jm
l^k Tailors, Cutters and Fitters. v Men who make
clothes that fit, wear and satisfy. vWe v JF
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911 Pacific Avenue
The bill provides for a commis
sion of three to serve five years,
who are to superintendent all
boxing and spurring events, In
stitutions, chilis and to act other
wise as the native Marquises of
Qiieensberry. Clubb pulling off
fake contests are to lose their
licenses, and those participating
in the lake, are deprived of tue
right to engage in the prorcselon
of fighting for six months, in
cases of first offense, and for >.:<
when a second fake is discovered.
Each club, which must
first furnish a bond of $10,000
to eiisase in the light business
must, report the amount of rts
Hross receipts immediately after
every fistic event, so that tho
state can rake off its 5 per cent,
lv case of failure so to do, the
< liib may lose its license and also
a forfeiture of $i>oo besides.
(By I n:r. -\ Pit'ss Leased Wiiv.)
CHICAGO, Jan. 17. —Satisfac-
tion was exi)ießßed today in base
ball circles here over the re-elec
tion of Garry Herrmann of Cin
rinnati as chairman of the na
tional commission. John E.
Bruce, secretary, was also re
THE TACOMA TIMES
P AN DOM
BY WILLYUM WILDWAVB.
oiK *T*:tter box
Haven't you got anything else
to do but write such foolish slush?
It is positively nauseating.
OUR SOFT REPLY: We have
several othe<r things to do, friend
Groucho. We might split the
wood which has needed splitting
for some time, but the split is
taboo in strictly polite circles. It
was all right In the old days of
the burlesque stage, but to split
now is to be de rlgeur. We might
get a job biting holes in the Swiss
cheese factory, as we have but one
tooth, but factory work is not
wholesome for temperamental
pimple and we have temperament.
For that nauseating feeling have
you tried Pale Pills for Pink Peo
I am a loyal booster,
Ev'ry hour on the clock.
You'll find me boosting harder,
Than the other tellers knock.
I love to bost Tacoma.
But there Is one town, I vow,
Where I can see no medals
That are shilling on it now:
And that is' Frisco.
I'm a forty-third degree
And Grand Exalted Booster;
But I'll be durned if I see
One town the way I used-ter!
P'raps it is I'm going blind.
Or maybe I'm demented;
But here's a village that is
Not just as represented:
And that is Portland!
I am such a booster now,
I am called the Boosting Kid;
My boosting's better than some
Other fellers over did.
I don't work on the anvil,
And I never did do such,
But here's a burg, that, honest!
Never can amount to much:
And that's Seattle!
Of all towns that are awful,
And headed straight down, the
Believe me, there is one tank,
And it surely is a beaut!
Girls are uglier than sin,
Ev'ry citizen's a crook;
Heaven knows why it exißts,
How it does elude the hook:
(Note: Fill in the name of any
city for which you cherish a par
ticularly cordial hutrc.l and the
verse is complete.)
O, IX>OK IT, nCDGBI
In addition to the regular
kind, h<»re are some of the good
causes for divorce that should bo
taken up immijit:
Knting crackers and pickles In
Crunching hard toast at the
Inhaling .soup; (very annoying)
Having a mother-in-law (liv
Keeping a canary;
Keeping a cat;
Keeping anything but money.
Lute McCarty la getting famous.
They've named a new nickel cee
gar for him. The ceegar Is doing
as well as could be expected, but
it doesn't draw as well as Lute.
Read that over again, Helen?;
it doesn't draw as well as—O, all
.TOKK AT THE PA\.
She had her bath tub stolen
plKht months ago, but didn't find
it out until last night.
Isn't that titterish?
Omlr O»e «BRONO QITTWINHr
That la Laxitlra Brotno Qulnin*. Look fat
Of •iKnnlure of E. W. Orov«. Cur«« a Cold
in On* Day. Ovir»« Qrtp In Two Day*. 280.
FOUR DAYS, STARTING TODAY |
Matinees Friday, Saturday and
Return Engagement—The Motion
Picture Sensation of the World.
Paul J. Rainey's African
New facts about one of the great
est hunting trips of modern times
Prices 25c and 50c. Reserved Heats
THIS WEEK .
Itargain Matineen Wednesday and
Saturday, 10c and 26c.
Kvening Prices, 20c, 3Oc and 50c.
B—Other Big 8. A C. Art*—s
BIG BILL TODAY
Melnottc I>onole Troupo
WHETHER YOU LIKE HIM
OR NOT YOU ADMIRE HIM
It isn't hard to find men who
insist that Harry Lord, captain of
the Chicago White Sox, is a
"crab." He is heartily disliked
by many people, albeit he boasts
a wide circle of friends.
But whether friendly or un
friendly, everyone must take off
his hat to the pugnacious field
leader of the White Sox, now.
Lord lives in Maine and fox
chasing is one of his winter di
versions. He owns a famous
hound, "Kezar Spot," and when
he found the animal bleeding to
death from a bullet wound, but
gamely following the trial of a
fox, Lord threw everything aside,
picked up the grand old dog,
bound up his wound and wrap
ping him in blankets and robes,
dashed cross country in his auto
mobile from Scarboro to Portland
at breakneck speed, to the office
of a veterinary surgeon, arriving
just In time to prevent the dog
bleeding to death.
Lord would give considerable
to know who shot the dog, which
he values at $200, to say nothing
of the sentiment born from long
association and hard work to
gether running down the sly
chicken thieves which Infest the
country around his home.
L.OS ANGELES, Jan. 17. —
Pitcher Jack Halla is out of a
job today, having been released
by the Los Angeles Coast league
club. Halla is a southpaw hurler
who did fair work early last sea
son but was unable to maintain
P. A. s got a bunch of imitators— ■ j
right smart proof it's all wool and a yard wide! |
Two things are never counterfeited—plugged nickels and ordinary tobaccos! '
Prince Albert sort of upset the fashion in pipe and cigarette tobacco because ?
it won't sting your tongue (bite's cut out by a patented process), because i t
tastes delicious and because it has fragrance that makes it welcome in any I
home or office. Out of the tall timbers came the substitutes—"just as good ' '
as P. A."-»just like P. A."_and that sort of thing ! Just trying to warpin
Let this sink deep: Every time that chaff's handed you make a rTT-' '' '
bee line for a tin of Prince Albert. Then you're in O X v*sJ^T! IP?5 <J|b'l!1 iJl!^
Realize that imitation is the blithest advertisement P. A can have) £W3Sj^Sftß«£E@9kW
Get that? There's just one "joy smoke" in this world far you fc^^^^S^fiHflt*^
whether you jam it in a jimmy pipe or roll up a cigarette- |K^U^f
that's Prince Albert. s mWW^^fm^^^(\
You get a new view of life's joys if you'll buy a package of P A i/^^^^^S^l
. and roll up a cigarette. It's great-fresh, fragrant, sweet! I^S^fl^^il
Right now, put it on your sure thing list. It's worth a bet.' mWjJgG±W%li
Fringe Albert Pffl^f
the national joy smoke R. J. Reynolds fl^S^^^Sl
Say, start to gallop while the gain's good wKUSSL^c M^S^^ll''
(By United Press leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 17.
—The Oakland champions of the
Coast league will present almost
identically last season's front
when the opening bell rings for
1913, according to a statement
by Manager Mltz, who is in Los
Angeles today' after two montiis
spent in Missouri.
Friday, Jan. 17, 1913.
Jly United Tress I.i;i-,<l Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 17.
—Eddie Campi of San Francisco
begnn preparation today for his
scheduled 20 round battle with
Kid Williams of Baltimore ai
Vernon February 12. Campl will
box with Bud Anderson and a
couple of trial boys who -will be
engaged. Williams is due here
next Sunday. He will train at
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