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Ed Hagen Makes
Inglorious Exit
Nearly 1.040 iuemt»-r» of the
Qra> stone A C. aaw Kd llag.ii the
former Seattle policeman, make an
tnglorlou* exit from the roped arena
In tha Kmpltv theatre building, on
Pike at., last evening. when the club
hold ono of Its weekly smoker*.
la iha third round of a boxing con
teat with "Dwavar" Kd Martin,
Hagan made a moat unsportsman
like exhibition of himself and the
raforee interfered and gave the col
ored fighter the declalon, which waa
the only thing ha could do under the
elreumatancea. The Neattle spirit of
fair play came to the surface In
aplte of the disappointment of the
fana. and It aeetued to be the gen
aral opinion that Hagen can never
square hlmaelf with the local pat-
Last uignt's score*:
Cranes.
Degnan 170 165 1ST — 512
Sakiut- IKS 179 170— it"
Waltn-n 189 15« 166 — 511
Helberg 14) 1W 1"* — 471
Dummy ....... 1!>0 150 150 — 450
Total* ... *25 799 847 *471
Hawk*.
Flntev 131 172 184— 487
FrU-denthal .. 144 230 214— ssa
Corbet I 165 167 122— 454
Rawson 181 l«a 175— 519
Mr(! regor 136 189 188— 513
Totals ....751 921 883 XMI
Highest single score —Frieden-
thai. 230
Highest average — Friedenthal.
IH.
At Imperial Allay*.
Individual championships:
W. L.
Harris 185 Ist 194 3 0
Jelosky 14« 175 171 0 3
Huston 191 2t6 158 1 0
Olknin.il 174 193 144 0 3
Ration 151 185 1«4 0 3
Boston 218 192 180 3 0
At Imperial Alleys.
Individual chant piouships:
W. L
Boston ..180 184 188 3 0
Anderson 136 15] 146 0 3
Boston 147 170 213 1 2
Young 160 171 169 2 1
Cress man 159 202 177 3 0
Anderson 127 141 150 0 3
Koch 205 191 177 3 0
Cressmaa 200 161 169 0 3
EMERYVILLE.
EMKBYVII.uk. Jan. 30.—Entries
for Saturday:
First race, seven furlongs, sell
ing—Merllngo 115. Gosslper II 110,
Re«ne W. DO. Nebraska Laa* 110.
Yellow foot 112 Han Lady 106. Bell
snicker 112. Wood lander 112, We
ner 111. 'Sake 107, Military Man
115. Grace G 110
Second race, seven furlong*—
Darelngton 116. Anna May HO.
Laura Clay 110. Captain Burnett
112. Native Son 112. Tony Faust
115. Black Sheep 112. •Oomlthllda
161. Dargln 112, Sophomore 110. ilex
111 Evran 112.
Third race, three and a half fur
longs—Oakland 122. Millo 112.
Mada Mas 107. Tmir 112, Quill 107.
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth.
Madams handicap—Koaevale 110,
Arasee 113, Eddie Dale 97, Roy
Junior 103.
Fifth race, mile and 20 yards,
selling—Altarec 93, Coppertown
106, Bonnie Bard 104, Ocean Shore
101, Reaponseful 101, Miss Picnic
96. Fort Johnson 108.
Sixth race, five snd a half fur
longs-Daddy Glp 108, Feather
Duster 95. Golden Agnes 100, Ber
nardo 117, Winning Widow 100.
Descendant 103, Ben Greenleaf 90,
Clara W. luO. Inclement 122.
•Apprentice allowance.
Faith
In Yourselt
Is obtained by being abso
lutely square toward
others.
We feel we have faith
in ourselves because noth
ing in this Strictly Sav
ings Bank is done without
considering the safety of
our depositors first.
That is one reason why
we have $400,000 capital.
Another reason—lnvest
ments in Gilt Edged Se
curities.
Still another—We make
public on our walls, all
our loans and investments.
The
Bank for Savings
Cor. 3rd Av. and Pike St.
t Visit Prof. Hteven*'
new Academy at
Kourth a*, and Pine *t.
Teaching nv-ry day
and evening. Both
phones.
the star leads in live sport news
rmna of the boxing game.
Il>|rii repeatedly "bunted" hla
negro adversary. and dlaplayed a
woeful lurk of ring axpertanoa and
ordinary l>oxlng Intelllgente
Faat Prallmlnarlaa.
Mickey O'Hrlen got a declnlon
over Kid Lewla, a game young col
ored Inner. Mickey ta showing lin
provemant.
Oeorge Oreene surprised the fans
by going down for the count In the
flrat round of hi* affair with Jack
Novak Two atlff Jolla on the Jaw
aent him to dreamland
Kddle 11 ii Hun t put up a game
stand against Kid Currte. He led
all the way through the four rotinda,
and the re fere* nave a draw d<>
eiatoa. It waa popularly received.
SCANDAL IN
KETCHEL CASE
<l>r l sited rma I
M XUStIKIEI.D. Mo. Jan 21. —
Intimation of a secret In the life of
Stanley Ketchel. one middle Wright
champion pugilist, was given here
at the trial or Walter Dlpley am!
Goldle Smith, charged with his
murder C. 3 Bailey, foreman of
the Dlckerann ranch, testified for
the atate. giving the eventa that
prect«ded the shooting of Ketchel.
IKi you know whether H. I'
Dickcrsou was the father of Stan
ley KetchelT" asked Attorney De
Inner for the defense.
Instantly the counsel for the
stale were on their feet with a
chorus of oh)ectl«m*. and the court
excluded the question*.
JUST 16, VIRGINIA
IS A SPEED MARVEL
Virginia Prottse is one of the
younger of the expert mermaids of
southern California She Is per
fectly at home in the water and Is
a very promising short distance rac
ing swimmer. She's already ' some
punk Ins" as a fancy diver. Little
Miss Prouse I* "sweet sixteen."
Dante ut Drvaimana tonight
ewe
TALKS ON Mil
By the Regal Dentists
SATISFACTION
Otir Method teeth are practically
the aame aa nature'a, and the one
who use* them never mlasea the
one* he has lost. Each one la a
tooth, set in a socket, following as
closely aa possible nature's plan.
Each tooth takes Us own atrain,
and each one la a real tooth, not a
shell tacked on a framework, aa la
the case with ordinary brldgework.
We claim that It is the greatest
step in advance that has been
taken since dentistry .became a act
ence —a marvel which Is going to,
and which has already, revolution
ized old time methods, which only
knew one way to restore missing
teeth, viz., partial plates, or so
called brldgework. for those who
had two or more teeth left In either
jaw.
Come to our office for a full dI»K
noala and examination, for which
there la no charge. Your work will
be done by experts, men whoae rep
utation as dentlata of extraordinary
ability Is the envy of the profes
sion.
Whilst our specialty la the re
storing of mlaatng teeth without
plates, curing Pyorrhea (loose
teeth), we do all klnda of good den
tal work at. moderate price*. We
give a written guarantee with all
work.
REGAL DENTAL OFFICEB,
1405 Third Av., N. W. Cor. Union St.
MKAIM MKRVKD.
«.f *' —
Tlircn round trip* dully. l,«»v« ft*,
attl* hi 1 ■ in, II in and 6 p. m.
Sunday. !»•»• Nmiu at 1 ID a. m
12 m. and & p tn. Ismvi• Kvaratt at
Hit a rn , 2:15 p m. and 7:IS p m
Sunday, leavo Evaralt at t it a m, till
p in mid 1 II p in
Htrqmar laavaa from Colman donk
Kluamcr and achadula aulijacl tu cliatma
without notlca,
I'honaa Hunaot. Main fltl; Tnd. 7I(
HUSSANE-HACK THING FRAMEO?
YUSSIFF HUSSANC
COLLEGE NEWS
Although four men from last
year'a hockey team have graduated,
tb" present outlook for Yale for
this .. nson la good. The material
available for filling these vacancies
Is of the beat and s well bslanced
tram abould be the outcome.
Sixty men are reporting regular
ly to the wrestling cuarb at Penn
sylvan la.
An annual Inter fraternity bowl
Ing tournament la conducted at the
University of Wisconsin
The Ohio State University will
establish varsity baseball next
spring.
On account of the limited seating
capacity of the Yale *ladlum. the
university wilt erect stands cap
able of holding 60.000 The esti
mated cost Is $300,000.
Women's basketball aa an Inter
collegiate sport ha* been dlscoo
tinned at Stanford University.
B I* estimated that 12,500.000
wilt be required to retialr the build
Ings at Iceland Stanford, which
were damaged by the San Francisco
earthquake.
Instead of having the freshmen
banquet a* usual, the 1914 men at
Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nologr will hold a series of Infor
ms! dinner*.
Arrangements are being made by
the I'nlverslty Aero club of Penn
sylvania for a series of lectures on
a vial ion to be delivered during the
winter by members of the club, of
the fsculty and of other college
organisations.
The Students' bank recently
established at Columbia University
has proved a great success.
Dramatic aspirants st Michigan
will hereafter be under faculty
supervision, both as to eligibility
and productions.
Schiller's "Maria Stuart" will he
produced by the I'nlverslty of Cali
fornia English club (his winter.
To stimulate Interest In gym
nasium work, there will Ins three
medals given for general excel
lem-e at the University of Virginia
thla year
POOR WOLQAST.
Since the publication of the atory
that Ail Wotgast haan't n "beat girl"
the little fighter baa received three
propoaala.
JOHNSON WILL FIOHT
PITTSBtfRO, Pa . Jan 21.—Jack
Johnson today affirmed that he la
willing to put up a f 10.000 guaran
tee to fight Al Kaufmann.
Willie Hoppo, the hilllard champ,
won from Joe Mayer, amateur
champ of Philadelphia. In the
Quaker city laat night. The acute
was 2,000 to 1.092
NOTICE TO BUB3CRIBERB.
The Star la anxious to aee that
every subscriber gets hla or her
paper every night. If your paper
full* to coine by 6 o'clock kindly
notify the circulation department
of The Star arid a paper will be
*ent you by special meaaenger.
Main 9400 or Ind. 441.
The Rubber Store
714 Firtt Ave.
Oldest Alaska Outfitters
in Seattle
We carry a complete lino of
Rubber and Oil Clothing, Rub
b«r Footwear, Paea, Arctic*.
Moccasins, Woolen Underwear,
Marklnaws, Mitts, Oloveii.
Fllankcta and Kenwood Sleeping
Uags.
Main 5089. Phone*: Ind. 2880.
NOW 18 THE TIME
to prepare for your houa* cleaning.
We do all kinds of palnilnK, var
-111 m h 111 k, tinting, papering, etc.
KHilmateH cheerfully given. (Tun the
phones—Main 13(14 or Ind. 3913.
Federal Paint 4 Wall Paper Co.,
1314 Ist Av., Near University fit.
THE STAR—SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 1911.
Thla cord) look
tug Individual la
Vuaalff liiutaaiie,
the Itallaa, Tex ,
wieatler, who
atood off Macken
achinldt tor two
houra and len
lulnutea. The
Turk'a pruvloua
claim to fame lay
lu hla defeat of
Demetral, th e
Greek heavy
we in la John
Henchal. who ref
ereed the match,
aaya It looked like
a frameup to htm.
for llacken
achmldt, after
tusallng with
lluaaane for two
houra, threw him
twice In a few
lulnutea. After the
two houra ex
plred PievloUH
to the match,
t'harleeon, the
Turk'a former
manaic-r, and a
wreatlcr named
Monogoff. wrote
to the Itallaa IHa
patch that the
match waa fixed
Huaaane aaya hla
ahowlng con
vinced him be la
a claary man and
that he wltl no*
train for a long
content and go
after Mack again
TIGERS WHIPPED.
The T. M C A Tl*>'i» suffered a
drubbing at the handa of the tfc-at
He A C. Junior* at baak'tball
Thursday night. The acore waa 15
to It.
AUTO MEN FEED
PORTLAND. Or. Jan It. The
fifth annual dinner of the Portland
Automobile dub waa given laat
night at the Commercial Club Over
SOO gueats attended, among tbein
being (H>*. W'wat. who waa one of
the apeakers.
CANOLE PUT OUT
H\N mANCIHCO. ian r *hai
Oeorge Kitkwood la some p»Hf'h»f
la admitted here today by fighijfana
who watched hla put away \fiiiii>
Canute In )uat two round* at llltwm
land rink 4aat night
LINCOLN ELECTS*
Kirk Car* waa la»t night elirted
track team manager by the Ufroln
Itlgh athletic hoard. I»tck IMr
ikmald waa choaen aa tiiadngfr of
the be ao ball team and < ><rv Ahd*t
aon manager of the football eliven
B a. PLAYER INJUREO I
Attorney J VI lie; who weigh*
In the netghlnirhood of 2lu poind*
waa aerhnialy hurt at the Llacoln
high gym laat night la a baak'tball
scrimmage He broke a leg hunt
and wga carried home.
(PAID ADYi uriSKMKNTi
COUNCILMAN H. C BOM
ANNOUNCfS HIS CANDIDACY
In No Sense a Politician,
but a Man Who Believes
"Public Office" Meant
"Public Trust."
WHAT THE NORTH ENO THINKS
OF ITS COUNCILMAN.
Mr H. C. Jlohlhe, presen* member
of the city council from th» Thir
teenth ward, which comprlnea all of
Hallard. ha* announced hla candi
dacy a* one of the nine couocilmeri
at large and la the only councilman
running from hla ward Thl* fact
alone ahould he aufflcleut Indent'
mcnt of Mr. Ilohlko'a worth a* a aer
vanl of the people of this city.
COUNCILMAN H. C. BOMLKE.
All who know him pronoguceHilm
a moat trustworthy and capable man
,iihl the man for Iho place
The peoplp of Beattle. and partlcu
larly tho*e living In the northern
part of tho city, will hp ploaswl to
know that Mr. Ik>hlkt> has couaetited
to become a candidate, as he lit one
of tho momhi r« of tho proaont-olty
council who haa made good. ll
owoa allowance to no apodal Intfr
• ata, and If elected round I man-a i
largo will ho a consistent worker for
tho heat Interest* of tho city, both
from a financial and moral aland
point.
Mr. Bolilke la a business man, he
Ing etiKHKed In tho furniture bual
tiohk, and haa hoon a resident of llal
lard for many yoara.
Ills real worth has hoon known
generally alnco hla election to the
connoU a yoar ago, that being his
flrat experience In the |>o|lt|oal field
Ilia friend* at Mallard think that
no one can make a mistake by cast
lug a voto for him at tho primary
election, February 21 at, and at tin
general election or March 6th.
It might be mentioned that you
can vote for nine coundlmen out of
tho IK running, as voting for any
more would disqualify your vote.
PERTINENT SPORT PARAGRAPHS
Jack I .on don didn't hear "the call of the wild" when he ate lady
finger* with a high degree fyce.
"Hiram 70. Heidelberg 11," referring to baaket ball, lan't It about
time for I hi* ateln aong?
SHORT SPORT
The room In the White Houae
where llooaevelt entertained bl»
boxlug Instructor ha* been turned
Into a whlat room by Taft. Ueel
The ITnlveralty of Kioto baaeball
temn fioin old lapan will hit tlie»e
shore* about April 1. Ktiar not. they
are going Ka*t to play, hence no
rlota her*.
Our old college churn. Doc Holler,
wtll do aouie ground and lofty
tumbling In Hoaton the 27th. lie la
matched to meet Xbyaco.
Toronto will aend a lacroaae team
to Europe thla aprtng for exhibition
guinea.
Hugh Mcintosh haan't cabled to
Tommy iturna alnce yeaterday
morning. He may be 111, Tommy
thlnka.
The Olympic club of Krtaco holda
a aMlmuiltig meet February X and 1.
And. by the way, why have we
no real awimmlng champs here In
Seattle?
No. Clementine. Ktd Herman baa
not heard from Hauling Nelaon
alnce nlsht before laat At that
time Nelaon wan not headed thla
• ay.
(Hear Mortimer, the colored
fighter, ha« a challenge out for Kd
llaitett. winner take all Will the
Mukilteo Athletic club pleaae
write?
The Chicago Cuba and the Cleve
land Napa are trying to plan anoth
er eihlhltton aeriea for thla apring.
An; thine to *'•' the luatuma. genta
Rattling Netaon la hanging around
.Near Yorlt tuMllnx the little una.
Tommy l/wrh playa with I'ltta
burg thia aeaaon
Princeton baaetiall team npena
the aeaaon May 14. pt«)ln| U. of
Ulcbliu on that date.
Joe Choynakl baa opened a club
at Plttgburg.
Sandy Ferguson of Ronton got a
declaion over Tommy Olnty at A)-
lentown, Pa., laat night
tluak O'Hrleii. a buah league
pitcher In l»IQ, will be on the ttaff
of the Iloatoo Americans thla sea
son.
In hi* brtef (Mirinin'fr with Kd
laat night "l>en*er' Bd Mai
tin thuvnl form The rolnrpd man
*111 give Jack levator it hard rub In
Taeoma January 31.
In iplu of hi* Injured Ik*. Tommy
liurna la able to alt up and abaorh
hi* three meal* a day. He orated
a Hill* at the Urayatone A. C.
tttnoker laat night.
The tactic* of ffcj llngm At the '
Economy, when applied to the purchasing of coal,
means to buy a clean, energetic coal that is long in
life, free from wa«te and low in cost —that's LADY
WELLINGTON—the economical fuel for every
use—try it.
Price* at Bunkers:
Lump, $5.50 —Nut, $4.00 —Furnace, $3.75
Distributers for
SUPERIOR ISSAQUAH COAL
Prices at Bunkers:
Select Lump, $4.50 —Small Lump, $4.00 —
Nut, $3.50
Bake Oven Treatments
Thousand* Have Been Cured by the Bake Oven—There la No Fad
or Fanoy Cure When Vou Decide on Thia Treatment—
Nothing New About It.
THE BAKE OVEN CURES!
All the Seattle papers, for a lonn time, have carried hundred*
of testimonials, Riven by tin- beat citizcna hero, of the highly satin
factory results of the Loughiiey Hake Oven Institute. When we
state that thouaauds have btren cured by ua. we mean that innny
wordn In plain, every day KiiKllnh From all over the conntrv peo
ple HtifferlnK from Rheumfttlam. Stomach trouble and troubles of
the bowelH, and many other kindred complaint*, have come and
none from thia Inatltute—CUßED—thanking um In the blithest
terma and contented In every reapect.
The I/niKhney Hake Oven draw ft from the body alt polaonous
Impurities, actually removea thotte Impttrltiea. Thlit may be hard
to uudcrxtaiid, but before you have none through the second treat
ment, under our care, you will readily believe, aud plainly aee that
thia Ih no haphazard statement.
Consultation and Advice Do Not Cost You Anything
You Have a Standing Invitation to Visit This Institute and Be
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OrnyatiHiK A. amoker laat night
came aa a aorry aur|irl«i«i to many of
hla friend* down In front. It ineana
(hat lfaK<'n ta all done, the fana
agreed. Clean boxing In Seattle
cannot be Jeopardized |jy the unfair
behavior of one boxer.
Another puzzle |>orfrait on the
aportlng page beginning unit Mou
day.
Young Krne and Packey Mr Far
land meet for a *1* round contest at
Philadelphia next Wednesday nlKht
They have a club In New York
city they call the Ammonia club
Pretty atrong atuff.
Our local hunt club will aally
forth with real don* ou Waahlng
lon'a birthday. Poor George, to
celebrate It thua.
Will Heartle aland for • Marathon
race May SO? Bend anawera to the
anako editor.
BENEFIT SMOKER.
A smoker for the tienefit of Julius
McNatt of 1 jcm Angelee. ■ former
int'tnlN'r of the
union, who In now ill with tubercu
loid*, will lw held at the Ulwr tern
pie Monday nltrht A number of
lively hosing bout a will b« pulled
off
€C 77
Humphrey#' Seventy - Seven
break* up Colds arid
GRIP
Don't Wait.
Don't wait till your honea begin
to ache, take ' Seventy aeten" at
the firat feeling of tirtp. which thla
year la Sore Throat, and break up
the attack at unc*>
After the development of In
fluenta. Catarrh. Pains aad Sore
neaa In the Head and Cheat. Cough.
General Proat ratio® and Fever. the
cure takea longer. At Drug Storea,
25c. or mailed.
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TRUNKS STORED TEN DAYS FREE
Larson's Books
How Great Men Succeed—
The Great Within,
Mastery of Fate,
Poiee and Power,
On the Height!,
50c Each
LANE. THE BOOKMAN
308 Union St.,
Opp. the Postoffice.
M 6023.
Fire-Proof Storage
The Very Beat at the Same Price
BEKINS MOVING AND STORAGE CO.. Ino.
Madlaon at Twelfth E ai | 4H Cedar 414
SOLO TABLES
POOL TABLES
BARBER SHOP
CIGAR STAND
LUNCH COUNTER
"fill YOUR OWN TEETH"
HLL-O
If you hare » cavity In your t•ottl
and cannot Afford expensive dental
•#rvlre« or you are too narv.m* for
the ordeal, buy n package of rill-o.
It !• an antlaeptlc filling materia and
Will cur* an aching tooth ivrfectlf
harml>>«* If your drugglet doa not
keep it. mail th»o to
Fill-o Manufacturing Co.,
Ml Kni|>lr<> IIM* , Dmlil*. *» a-h.
lUlmperial
BOWLING
ALLEYS
1417 Fourth Av.

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