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Yes, Adolf Is
Inclined to Be
Don't Get Him
Words hjr Rrliarfer
Music by Cnndo.
The most unique wrestling
match that has ever been staged
in Tacowa is billed for tonight
at the Moose hall. .lames Reed,
a one-handed wrestler, and Peter
Buzukog, a Creek, are the prin
cipals. Interest is centered in
the boxing matches that will
form the preliminaries, four
bouts being arranged. Frank
Koejjke> is due to met't "Ink"
lK>berg at 175 pounds. Koepkey
Is the man who put the veteran
Steve Reynolds of Seattle on his
"uppers" when they met last
Harry Bishop Is billed to meet
"Foxy ' Miller of San Francisco
at 135 pounds. Bishop is the
South Tacoma lad who is match
ed to meet Danny O'Brien In
Seattle on the 14 th of this
month. The winner of this
natch will be the lightweight
champion of the Northwest, as
O'Brien Is considered the best
man of that weight since Bud
Anderson ha* gone south.
Joe Crawford will meet Hal
Benter In a return match. In
their last, meeting Crawford won
by the sleep route in 4 2 seconds.
Benter claims that he will win
Young Ailing, who stopped
Eddie Morrell at the laat smoker,
la due to meet Jack Murray in a
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PORTLAND, Ore.. Feb. 6. —
After two weeks visit with her
parents here, Mrs. Battling Nel
son is today en route to Denver,
where fche will resume her duties
as cartoonist on a Denver paper.
"I guess I'll stick to my job
until my five-year contract ex
pires," said Mrs. Nelson before
It may seem to Tacoma fans
that matching Harry Bishop with
Danny O'Brien, said to be the
cleverest fighter in the North
west, was a bad piece of manage
Bishop is without a peer In the
Northwest. He can beat any of
the so-called "future" cham
pions) in Seattle, and Ernie Bar
rieau, the Canadian champion, is
none too anxious to meet him.
Tacoma haß two or three boys
who with careful management
will develop into wonderful box
ers. Frank Koenkey, Harry
UlHhop and Joe Richmond are in
the calcium the strongest at the
All three of these boys may
appear at the Mallard Athletic
club's smoker Feb. 14.
When you've yielded to tempta
And you've had your little
When you've tried each new
And you've tiipped of ev'ry
When you've been as soused as
And your voice is rasped and
Yen, 'tis then the meaning
In your brain, of Old Itemorse!
When the Ray caffays have had
As n steady for awhile;
When the liarfinjs-\Vatei-'s had to
Come in quarts to mnke you
When you've spent a bunch o'
And gone t>u (•-•!. too, of course;
Yea, 'tis then it DON'T BEKH
And you walk with Old Re
Friends of that Seattlte doctor
who wanted to get married told
the county clerk that he oughtn't
to (rive the doc a license because
the doctor wasn't in his right
mind, not quite.
Well, itnlK'ttc, didst ever
liciir of a poor gink \\ 11<
wanted to get married being
in hi- right mini]?
I Short Sport |
The wrestlers at the Y. M. C. A.
will hold a tournament at the
Y. M. C. A. Feb. 11 to decide the
champions of the different
classes. There will be twenty
wrestlers, and the winners will
represent the Y. M. in the Pierce
county tournament to be held in
the near future.
The Stadium High school base
ball squad will report for first
practice next Monday to Coach
Baird. Prospects for a cham
pionship team at the big school
It is not known yet whether
Rusa Hall will coach the Puget
Sound baseball squad or if that
organization will have a baseball
team. For the past three years
they have started in great style
and disbanded before the season
was well under way.
That basket-ball team of the
Parkland Athletic club has the
run on all the others In the race
for the Pierce county champion
ship. The team is composed of
boys who work days and play
nights. If they work as well as
they play, they will all make
good, alright, alright.
The Gas Co. indoor baseball
team seems to have the "goat"
of the Naval Militia team. They
scored their second victory of
the season last night by a score
of 19 to 11.
(Tiiiloci Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, Feb. 6.— i
Bouts between white and i
black pugilists are barred In <
this state today as the result <
of the latest ruling of the <
New York state athletic <
commission, which controls <
the glove game. <
UMP IS LAID LOW
(Iljr United Press Leased Wire.)
V BERKELEY," Cal., Feb. 16. —
Suffering from an attack of loco
motor ataxia, "Bull" Perrtne,
American league umpire, is In a
serious condition today at his
home here. ' , ■•
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THE TACOMA TIMES
O, take him back, the poor gel
To the boob-hutch with the rest
o' the Zobs.
Quite a lot of hinges nail
down their kale; using Income
tacks, no doubt. Ouch!
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Under the spreading cocoanut
There dwelt a mutt within a
It should have been a palace, but
The hut was good enough for
One day there fell upon Mutts nut
A playful bouncing cocoanut!
This ends the tale; I'm sorry, but
That's all the rhyme^WJinfa I
have gut! -k-
How c«n anybody live him] Ik- as
foolish aa thathuh? " -
O, Welcome I>nt«-n Jhiys/' i
Well, we have our old-.frttnd
Lent in our midst agaiij. It is
the, season when we mult lrt^ir
off doing foolish and unnecessary
things — especially things that
were invented by Satan. L"t'»»ll
wear off: ' §S ? !w7r
Springtime mother-in-law ; ga'£B.
f Stalling off the grocery bill to
buy theater tickets.
Telling friend husband that Its
funny how old he's growing.
Telling friend wife about that
Chicken down at the office. ■ V
President Joe McGinnity of the
Tigers announced this morning
that he had received three more
signed contracts, one from Mc-
Mullen, who was with the Tigers
last season and had intimated
that he would hold out this year,
and the other from Churchill,'
who says he is in the best of con
dition and will make a better
showing this year. The other
contract is from a pitcher by the
name of Wallinasius, who Is so
confident that he ig going to make
good that he is willing to pay hia
own transportation here from
Fargo, N. D. He cornea highly
recommended and will be given
every chance to make good.
(By United Press leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 6. —
Following a wire from " Harry
Coleman, manager of Joe Man
dot, that his boy is seriously sick
with the grippe in New Orleans,
Promoter James Coffrotb. has to
day called off the Mandot-Tommy
Murphy fight scheduled fox Feb
ruary 22 In thig city. Mt. I i
(By United Press Lean««] Wirt
VALL.BJO, Cal., Feb. "*. —
Bringing his right from a]iet*»i-oe
hind his back flush to the point
of his opponent's jaw, Salm|Kd
Petroskey of the Goat IaIMH na
val training station, stoweJßallor
Grande of Vallejo away in , tne
loth round of their battle here.
BAT—HK WORKS, TOO.'
(Bjr I iiH.-.l Ppphs Leased Wire.)
RACINE, Wls., Feb. «.
Wearing his diamond wedding
ring inside his glove, But Nelson
battered Jack Sorenson, a local
lightweight, around for ten
rounds, bat could not store him
away. Neteon scored three
The Battler is looking for some
more easy ones today.
"On Board the Good Ship Earth" A
(Copyright, 113, by Herbert
I have spoken in these letters
of new lands to which man may
Ko to support increased popula
tion. Let us see if these lands
will suffice. On« of the funniest
stories of these times of ours is
that written by Ellis Parker But
ler, called "Pigs is Pigs." It re
lates to the troubles of a rural
expressman, who kept all the rules
of the company as to taking care
of a crate of prolific pigs, while
unraveling the red tap© of a dis
pute over the rate.
Long before the correspondence
was ended, the office, the freight
house, the platform, and the sur
rounding city blocks were full of
guinea pigs. There was famine
to all the things eaten by guinea
igs. And the young pigs were
arriving by Nature's own express
line, in hourly consignments each
greater than the original one. In
another month of such, increase
the guinea pigs would have been
knee-deep in the streets.
This humorous story illustrates
strikingly the most wonderful, the
most momentous fact about living
things—embarked on our air-ship
Earth—their tendency to multi
ply. In view of the fact that we
are living things, (hat we have
this same tendency to multiply,
and that deck-room Is already
very valuable, let us consider the
so-called command, .'.'Multiply and
replenish the earth."
The first plants and the Mrst
animals were one-celled little bags
of protoplasm. The long-shaped
ones pinched themselves in two
i/n the middle, and each became
two, and so on. The round ones
shoved out arms like snails' horns,
and these horns pinched off near
the parent, and went off as in
dependent organisms, and thus
multiplied. Some threw out buds
which separates! from the parent,
or dropped off. Many peculiar
ways of multiplication were da
veloped—but the living things did
what no non-living things had
ever done —they multiplied. The
most beautiful and most dreadful
operation of life was set going.
When the higher plants devel
oped they multiplied by fruits and
seeds. They developed ways for
these fruits and seeds to live over
winter when the parent died, and
to be scattered, and for the plant
to persist by a thousand ways.
And among these higher plants,
the crucial facts of all facts —sex
—developed. The young plant
was made up of the union of the
mother-cell and the father-cell—
a new Individual organism made
of the union of cells from two par
ent individual organisms. An
other fateful step!
The multiplication of the lower
animals was accomplished—and
BtiM is—by ways quite similar in
simplicity—splitting, budding and
the like. And with animals as
with plants, as soon ;is evolution
produced species a little advanced
above the lowest, the fact of sex
developed—the greatest fact of
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BEST, EAST OR WEST
"Multiply and Replenish the Earth 1
Among animals as well as
among plants, save in the lowest
forms, the new individual organ
ism is made up of the union of
cells from two parent organisms.
In this fact lies more of the mys
tery of life—heredity, variation,
love—maternal, paternal, con
jugal, platonic—jealousy, poetry,
religion, the family, the clan, the
state, the nation—a thousand
million great things—than in any
other fact in the universe.
The problems of sex should be
studied, not sneered at; looked at
reverently, not giggled at; faced
soberly and respectfully, not
blinked and hidden and dodged.
For in the problems of sex lie the
great riddles confronting all tho
Passengers on the Good Ship
All animals and all plants mul
tiply—or tend to do so—to the
very limits of the capacity of the
earth to give them food and space.
Just now, I am :iot discussing this
tendency in man—if it exists —I
shall come to that later. But all
other animals do. and all plants.
The smaller and simpler species
multiply faster than do the larg
er and more complex. The ele
phant is thirty years old before It
brings forth its solitary young,
while animalcules so small as to
be microspoclß are able to multi
ply from a single pair to the
number of 170,000,000,000 in
four days. Yet the elephant and
the animalcule alike obey the im
perative command to "multiply
and replenish the earth" —just
as fast, and just as far as the
earth's conditions will permit.
The oak tree is found almost all j
over the carth —though it in-|
crenses more slowly than many j
other plants, it lives a thousand
years. Tl'e smaller wheat plant,
if given space and plant food,
would spread all over the surfaro
of the earth while the oak we i
setting ready to bear its first
acorn—but the wheat plant does
not occupy more of the decks of
the Good Ship Earth than the oak,
for all that —or would not if left
unaided in the struggle. Both in-1
crease to the limits which the"'j
food and their enemies will allow.
That green rash which breaks
out all over the decks of, our
Good Ship Earth called vegetation
is then, composed of an innumer
able host of warring plant-forms.
. The faateat anil flne«t day
■Irninrn on the ■ oiii.
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s. m.; 1:00, S:00. 6:00. 7:0»
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Each tries to crowd the other out.
The fittest, survive. Some pro
duce innumerable seeds, and trust
to chance for th-e planting there
of. Some live by thorns. Some
stick their seeds fast to animals.
Some produce good fruit with
hard seedß inside so that birds
nnd animals will scatter them.
The ones with the most success
ful tricks survive.
Pests and diseases prey on the
race and keep down its numbers
—that is pestilence.
Food supply grows too small
for the multiplied hosts and they
starve—that is Famine.
War, Pestilence. Famine! These
are the Genii with which Xature
keeps her balance even between
the warring species of both plants
and animals. Without War. Pes
tilence, and Famine, there Is not
one species which wouM not
eventually ruthlessly crowd ev-j
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Thursday, Feb. 6,1913.
erything else off the earth driven
as they all are by the irresistible
urge to multiply.
But Man is an animal—fs ho
exempt from the rule? Did God
place him in this huge, round
Zeppelin of the skies, and decret*
that he, too, must multiply until
the Good Ship Earth can no
longer nourish him, and therefor .
unless he is decimated by Wai
he shall fall by the sickle of Pis
tlence. and if he escapes War and
Pestilence, that Poverty must de
stroy him by Famine?
"Is this the Thing the Lord
God made, and gay«
To have dominion over land
And is this the sort of "domin
ion" He gave?
St>i< tomorrow* 'I'i mi's for an" .
noiiuceiiK-nt of (li<- next article fa
tliis great ficries.