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Inlaid Linoleum, 69c Sq. Yd.
TffOT VERY OFTEN that you get a chance like this 1 jfetj»jSHK~l
** in this sale you can purchase! genuine Universal Vx^ 4nPrftl
Inlaid Linoleum at the price you ordinarily pay for the ljif\|L^JMkftj
ordinary printed kind. There are seven handsome tile llJy^F&jMflfl
and wood patterns to choose from. The colors are laid uOTj^sLrffl
clear through to the back anl consequently will not war TfQ^f^JwlU
off. Kvery yard is absolutely first quality Comes 6 feet Cm-ol^^O
wide. Bring your measurements and /\O/» -^_^j3l^My
take your choice at,*square yurd, for O*/C uJIRSRHBHHPs
Only two more days choice of our entire line jho| Mr
of Couch Covers, Portieres and Table Covers .^CKctSHSHoS^— -1
at % Less everything included no reserve."^
Also choice of our big stock of Upholstery Fabrics—Tapestries, Armures
and Eeppß at Vi Off—Get the old furniture re-covered
ON DISPLAY US HAIjK—ORAPKRY SECTION—-KLEVENTH BTRKKT FIiOOR
SHRKDDKD BISCUITS OR
GRAPE NUTB—On sale Wed
nesday at, 1 1 /»
OLYMPIC WHEAT HEARTS
OR PANCAKE FLOUR—
Large packages, on sale OH/*
Wednesday at, each. . . . CilC
FLOUR—Pyramid brand. Ev
ery housewife hereabouts
knows this fancy local patent
flour; in Hi. sacks; on sale
r nesday $1.45
MACARONI—Short ont, extra
quality, on sale Weduesday,
5 lbs. (net weight) 3flf»
WASHING POWDERS -Choice
tit Gold Dust, Citrus or Btar
Naptha Washing Powders on
wle Wednesday, large nn.
packages L UL
COFFEE 22c LB.
5 LBS. FOR $1
Our famous I X L Blend —A
fine Qautamala Coffee, a mild,
sweet cupper; on sale every
Wednesday at 28r, (1 fin
6 LBS. for $\ iUU
flu- S|m-iml DriiioiiMriiiion of
Dei Monte Preserves, Canned
Fruits, Vegetable*, etc., run
tfnuea all this week. Hee Win
—Grocery Store— Fifth Floor.
On Broadway Sales Booth A
CLEARANCE of slightly soiled
Kerchiefs at 5c
CLEARANCE of corner embroid
ered, lace edge, and colored novelty
Kerchiefs at 10te
CLEARANCE of a large assort
ment of fine hand made Kerchiefs
—also corner embroidered effects
in white and dainty colors —ex-
actly .'...i/ 2 PRICE
REAL HAND MADE
3 BIG CLEARANCE LOTS
Real Irish Crochet and Cluny Lace
Neckwear to close at 95c
Real Irish Crochet and Cluny Lace
Neckwear to close at $1.95
Real Irish Crochet and Cluny Lace
Neckwear to close at $2.95
BtmfimyeA and ob Kale Broadway Floor.
They say that the war it
Increasing the cost of bowl
ing alley balls. Well, we
• • •
▲ friend of ours got er
vfeerated yesterday after
(feme Irlnks of near-beer.
Qua that stuff mußt be
••■rw tham we thought.
• • •
Tk# meanest man In town:
**• fallow who keeps a list
? if yHody who takes oat
permit* at the county bar,
aaa «M» »!• knowledge to
■*Mt free, drinks.
- • • •'
limi Ha**n Is like Mrs.
Vtaai of tli* Cabbage Patch.
■» ■«• k* **• entea so
; B«ek bean soap tbat every
The January Clearance of
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
$9.95, $12.45, $16.50, $19.50
yard Wide white
A BARGAIN OFFERING that is sure to
pack the sth Floor tomorrow with in
terested buyers. This White Pique is full 36
inches wide —it is a very good quality and
may be had in narrow, medium and wide
wales. At this remarkably low price we must
reserve the right to limit quantities— "I VZ*%
buy it tomorrow at, yard JLOC
STH FLOOR BARGAIN STORE
In Every Detail Tacoma's Leading Retail Establishment
time he talcog a piece of
bread he oan near ft splash.
Time hangs heavy on
Romeo's hands these days—
yes, C 3 days of It.
There's a big difference In
champions. Wlllard wants
•to fight but can't. Welsh
can fight, but won't.
Baseball is one of the
greatest civilizing Influences
Uncle Bam lias taken to Pa
nama, says a story. In the
U. 8. It has made a lot of
A syndicate of 12 men is
being formed to buy the
Cleveland team. We hate to
predict what would happen
On Broadway Sales Booth D
TUT ISCELLANEOUS LINE of
'"'■' Women's and children's
Cotton and Wool Underwear in
Vests, Pants and Union Suits at
Women's Medium Weight Wool
Union Suits— high neck, long
sleeve or Dutch neck, elbow
sleeve, in extra large sizes only
—on sale tomorrow at ... $1.89
Women's Jersey Ribbe3, Medi
um Weight Cotton Vests —high
neck, long sleeve styles, extra
large sizes—on sale tomorrow at,
IMitplayed and on Hale Broadway Floor.
Hand-Made Chocolate Creams—a splendid
quality—sold at this price in bulk OQr
only—Wednesday special, pound Z3C
Your choice of our entire stock of Gum —
any make—Wednesday only, 1fl«»
THREE PACKAGEB I UC
<>n Sale liroaduay lj»«i.
to a team with 1 2 owners, In
other words, 12 managers.
• • •
Les Darcy has boxed 13
bouts In a year and won all
but one. No wonder Mike
Gibbons wants $25,000 for
mnetlng him. Whippings
come high these days.
• • •
Rainbow colors predom
inate in cars at the New
York auto show. Rainbows,
also stare, have predominat
ed for some time as far as
persons' bumped by autos
• • •
DRYBRNELL? Naw, wink
the ether eye!
PUra tnrfii l a s<n 14 Omym
Drußfflita refund money If PAZO
OINTMKNT falli to cure Itching.
Blind, Hlfi-dliiK or Protruding; Pllrs.
Vimt application givM relief. sDc.
CHANEYiMAKES CHAMPION CARRY
FREAK SPARRING PARTNER A YEAR
Johnny Kilbane, featlierweimit
champion, has been preparing tat
a year for his bout with George
C'haney which will take place ut
Baltimore, Md., March 17.
Chancy is a freak fighter. He
is lert-handed and fights with li is
right foot and right arm forward.
Kilbane, knowing the little Balti
more knocker out would dispute
hie title and that some day he
would meet him, has been carry
ing a left-handed scrapper as a
Luke Oinley, who fights left
handed, has worked with Kilbane
almost dally. Oinley not only
stands as Chancy does, but has
the same kind of overhand w.tl-
Mysterious Billy Will
Re-enter Ring; He's 46
POHTLAND, Ore., J*n. 11. —i
"Mysterious" Hilly Smith, wbo
was welterweight champto* near
ly 20 years ago, niyi he will re
eater the ring. He tuts actually
gone into training.
Smith is 4«, but says he can
whip moMt present day fighters
of hiH weight. He weighs 175.
"1 don't need money," he says,
"hut I'd like to show a few of
these fellows up. The difference
Aimii the fighting of the old
THE TjffOMA TOffEB
(ilnley calls the punt'li his
"Mary Ann." Chancy calls his
the "Highland Earthquake."
Highland is the name of a
section of Baltimore in which
Chancy lived. The punch 1b a
full arm swing, started from the
! wrist, brought around In a com
plete circle and down upon *n
In the four years he has been
champion, Kilbaue has mat only
two fighters who stood with the
right foot forward. The only way
he could get practice against that
sort of fighting then, was to have
a left-hander in his training
days and the present-day diuiciug
will be apparent when I step <nto
When in his prime Smith
would fight a bnez saw If it chal
lenged him. He fought men of
all weights and was one of the
cleverest that ever pulled on n
Smith was the first to defeat
George (Kid)' Laving*, llght
welght champion, who had not
been whipped in ten years before
UesldeH Bobby Reynolds, who
stayed the limit of six rounds
with Kilbane and was knocked
out in one round by Chancy,
the fighters who wfll meet in the
championship battle have each
met Knockout Mars, of Cincin
Kilbane knocked out Mars In
eight rounds in their first fight
and outpointed him in ten rounds
in their second bout. Chancy
met Mars once and was awarded
a knock out decision in four
rounds. Mars injured his arm.
Up to the time of the accident
Chancy was chasing Mars all
around the ring and pelting him
ilnmsi at will.
he met Smith In a 14-round bout
at San ranciaco in 1899.
Smith made a fortune In the
ring and gave away a lot of his
money. He has little of his for
tune left, but enough to live com
In his workouts in a gym hero,
he has shown that while he is
not as fast on his feet as he used
to be, he Is still a marvelous
boxer. He carries a wicked
punch and can whip any of the
Portland fighters he is training
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 11.—A
probe began today into the agree
ment between the University of
Nebraska athletic board and
Coach Ewold E. Stiehm that the
latter receive his salary in full
up to September 1, less $300, de
spite the fact that he resigned
Gets 12 Cats
Mrs. Effie A. Shaw of Elec
tron is the rliamplon cougar hun
ter of the Northwest.
Since Christmas she has killed
12 wild-cats, and they «re said
to be as fine specimens of the cat
family as have ever been shot in
this part of the country. Last
•eason Mrs. Shaw killed 13 cats
and received $5 bounty on each
one. The state has discontinued
bounties this year.
OVER U; OF C.
CORVAL.MB, Ore., Jan. 11. —
Defeated last night by the Ore
gon Akklpk' basketball team, the
University of California plans a
"comeback" at tonights game.
Score for the first **»»»•#» was
28 to 17.
(THE COOP JUPftt WEET3 JIM. THI BAHKHfr rHHNOJ
fa-joae.THts ;s mv friend L
UIM. Ht KNOW 6 AND HKI.P* I ( •
NEAKLV E.VEr*«ODVIN 1 VM, AN» ALOT OF THW* I
THIS SICTIOW. I ' **« U«INQ «•■ CUT-THE ]
I HEW CUT REAL TOBACCO I
V^ I CHEW. | ■ J
IF you are interested in getting as much comfort from
your tobacco as many other men are getting now, get
a pouch of W-E CUT Ghewing-the Real Tobacco
Chew, new cut, long shred— and give it a Quality test.
A small chew satisfies; it lasts longer than the ordinary kind and it
"Nolic**ow tt>r s#'f briny out the rich tobacco tut*"
IM> »y WETMAWBRUTON COMfAWT, 50 Uaio. Sqmr... Kew York'CUr
Joe Honda, who claims the
j heavyweight championship of the
Northwest, signed articles yester
day afternoon for another match
with Jack Hoot, the man he de
cisively beat in a six round bout
at Portland last week. The manh
will be staged at Mittsoula, Mont.,
under promotion of Manager
Ricketts of the Missoula Athletic
Tacoma fans have little re
] sped for Hoot's ability, even in
j Portland, his home town, many
lof the fans refer to him in a
i manner that would indicate th^ir
familiarity with the cheese mai 1
ASK $560,000 FOR
CLEVELAND, 0., Jan.' 111.-—.
The committee of bankers hand-1
ling the affairs of C. \V. Somers,!
owner of the Cleveland American '
league club, have set a price oP|
$560,000 on the team property I
* JOHNSTON' HITK BKST
<«. AGAINST AIiKXAXOKR •>
■$ Doe Johnston of Pitta- <•>
<3> burg, hit better laHt season #
<* than any other batter >»
against Grover Alexander ♦
<?> leading pitcher of tho Na- #
• tional league. ■*•
<?> Johnßton'a average <S>
* against the great Grover <$>
* w;is .409. He got 10 hits 4
<$ In 22 times at bat against <?>
Or him in five games. On May #
* It he solved Alec for three (»
<?• hits in five times up and 3>
<$> repeated Sept. It. In three 4>
<J> other games he got one hit <J>
<?> connect. Q>
b ' ♦
NEW YORK, Jan. 11.—Rumors
here today say that the New York
National league buseball rlub Is
to be sold soon and that James V.
Gaffney, former president of the
Boston Nationals, is contemplat
ing taking over control. Harry
Hempstead, president of the
Giants, denies the report.
STAY ON JOB
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 11.
—Despite the fact that he has
bought into the Boston Nationals
and will be president of the club,
Percy D. Haughton, head coach
of the Harvard football team,
has consented to continue as dic
tator of the eleven.
HALL FOR SHOWS
A committee of five, api>ointed
by the Tacoma Poultry RSBOcJn
tinii, will investigate the posßlblli-
U«s of obtaining a permanent
hall for poultry, flower and other
exhibits, it was announced today.
SHOE COMPANY TO
HAVE TWO STORES
The McDonald Shof C!o. will
not move all of Its stock from the
Pacific avenue store, but will
iiiHlntiiin two establishments. The
new store on Hroadway will lie
located In the reronntrurted quar
ter* of the EUer'g mimic stor«.
To l'rr>rnl TH» «.rln.
Cdlds rauftp Orlp—Laxntlvc Hrn
mn Quinine remove* th« csuic.
There !■ only one 'BROIfO <M'IN
INK." K. W. Urovo'i glcnature on
Tuesday, Jan. 11,1916.
The big Portland fighter is
being groomed by his manager, T.
J. Long, as a champion possibil
ity, however. Long lias matched .
his man to box Jack Dillon, the *
clwer eastern heavyweight, in
Salt Lake City the last week of
January, and the two men left ♦
Portland today for the scene of
The .Missoula battle is expected
to go ten rounds although the
length of the contest has yet to
be decided. Hoot is the man who* *
quit like ■ whipped pup last sea
son in his first bout with loe
Bonds, staged before the local
and franchise. President Ban
Johnson is here today in an effort
to hurry negotiations for a sale.
The offer of Kd (iwinner, Pitfcs
buig Fed manoKor, has been turn
ed down becnufo it lackfd a few *
thousand dollars of the amouut.
Cub Bear Will
Be Cub Mascot
WKEGHMAN, CUB OWNER
A real live rub bear will te
mascot for the Chicago Cnbg this
year. Charley W—ghmWa. new
owner of tlie tpsm, l:aR been siv
en a cub by A. ,1. Olrou, stute
HMiator of Illinois. Olsan unid \:r,
Rnd friends shot the cub's moWi
er on a huntinß trip in Wiscon
MEMPHIS, Tenu.. Jan. 11. —
Dan (Porky) Flynn lost to Jack
nillon of Indianapolis here last ♦
night in the eighth round of their
battle. Dillon boxed ]ik« a cham
pion, outpointing Flynn at every '
itage of the game.
I>KTTKK Vttn M\)l A III)
There la a letter on the sport-
Ing editor's desk for Mr. rMck Mc-
Quadc, well known Uoiing man