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THE STAR LEADS IN LIVE SPORT NEWS HUBBARD AND CUBBY 10 MIX AGAIN FRIDAY Eddie Hubbard and Kid Curry will try It all over again at the Gray stone A C smoker to be held In the Kmplre theatre bulldiUK uu Pike at . and lite contest oiiKht to pull heavily. The four round* be tween lh.se two chap* la.-i Ki lda> night were of an Immensely Inter esting order. The dia» decision was popular, but Curry didn't seem to care much for U So In- looks forward to a return with Hubbard with considerable interest. And Hubbard Is no leas eager to Ret a tew more wallops In on Curry. It will be a crack a jack match The program for ne*t Friday night as now arranged r« ads. Louie I-ong v*. Kddle Shannon at ti3; Kddle Marino vs. Mickey O'Brien at I3S; Kid Curry vs Kddle Hubbard at calch weights, and Roihus va. O'l.eary at ISS. There will be one preliminary. ABOUT THE BOXERS. Frankte Conley and Tummy ©'Toole will clash In Philadelphia the latter k>art of this mouth The bout between Fraukte Conley and Tommy Dixon has been poet (toned by the Kansas City pro moter to January 31. Tex Rickard and a Nevada min ing man named (lordon had a acrap In the lobby of a San Francisco hotel the other night Rickard drew a revolver but the hotel proprietor prevented hlui from using It. Joe Woodman anubbed Jack John son In Philadelphia recently by re fusing to allow him to refere* the bout between "Porky" Ftvnn and At Kubiak WANT MIKE IN BOSTON. Although the Hooton Nationals are making an effort to Interest Mike Donlin In baseball tor 1911. It Is doubtful If Mike considers any offers White In Seattle ten weeks ago Mike declared that he had made fcla final exit from the field. He likes this actor business. he says. POSTPONE OATE The Lester Martla bout will not be pulled off on January 31 The date taaa been changed to the next evening. Wednesday, February t. In Glide rink. Tacoma. SIGNS ST. PAUL MAN. Dugdale ha* signed a new roan for third base oa the Seattle team for I*ll. The recruit la Hues of St Paul, who ha* a pretty nlftjr record and took* Ilka a wiae choice. JACK TIGHE HERE. Jack Tighe, the ball expert en aaxed by Dugdale to pi; the Beadle (rant llu- kMtiM.n has arrir tr""r. nls borne In Rock Inland lad I* putting In • few 'lay* flndlwt the principal *treet* of thl» metropolis HERE'S HUGH JENNINGS LOB ANGKI.KB. Cal , Jan 23.— Hugh Jennings and hla bride are stopping at a local hotel enjoying their honeymoon under Southern skies. A MATINEE HERO? Denver Ed Martin wtll appear at Be Star theatre as an added at actlon this week He goes three rounds with Mortimer. BREAKS YOUR COLD AND ENDS GRIPPE IN A FEW HOURS. You will distinctly feel your cold breaking and all the Grippe symp tom* leaving after taking the vary first dose. It is a positive fact that Tape's Cold Compound, taken every two bour*. until three consecutive doses ar- taken, will end the Grippe ami break up the most severe cold, either In the h«'»d, chest, back, stomach or limbs. It promptly relieves the moat mis erable neuralgia pains, headache, dullness. h"»d and nose stuffed up. feverlshness, sneezing, sore throat, running of the nose. MCOlia ca tarrhal discharges, soreness, stiff ness and rheumatic twinges. Pajte's Cold Compound Is the re sult of three years' research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars and contains no quinine, which we have conclusive!/ demon strated Is not effective In the treat ment of colds or grippe. Take this harmless compound as directed, with the knowledge that there is no other medicine, made anywhere else In the world, which will cure your cold or end grippe misery as promptly and without any other assistance or bad after-effects as a 25-cent package of Pape's Cold Compound, which any druggist in the world can supply. The Rubber Store 714 Flr»i Av«. Oldest Alaska Outfitters in Seattle W«> carry a complete lln« of Rubber and Oil Clothing, Rub ber Footwear, Pacn, Arctic*, Moccasins, Woolen Underwear, Macklnaws, Mltta, Glove*, lilairVflH and Kenwood Sleeping Haga. VEAJTLE SpORTTtO (xKmsdd jr~~*t«» •£,<£w„z tuuJL Main 5089, Phone*! Ind. 2880. NOW 18 THE TIME to prepare for yonr houae cleaning \w do all kind* of painting, var- , JilKhltig, tinting, papering, etc. KHilmatcfi cheerfully given, Um tbe phones Main 1304 or Ind. 3918. Federal Paint A Wall Paper Co., jISM l*t Av., Nuar Unlveralty St. Most Perfectly Formed Woman in the World Emma Newklrk Willi* of Lo* An gel**. Cal„ is the girl who won the thousand dollar prtie at Madison Square Garden, New York, several year* ago aa being the most per fectly formed woman In the world. She Is an expert swimmer aa well aa a diver and owna a handsome collection of trophies won In aquatic sports. This water sprite does not con fine herself to competition* with others of her sex. She Is declared by many to be the a peed I eat la Southern water*. This claim she HE CAN DO EM ALL <Hjr l a!i«4 ) NEW YORK. Jan 23 —Through the New York Athletic club. Cbas Wllaon of Manchester, Kngland, has challenged any American for the "all round" championship. Swimming, rowing, cycling, tumb ling. track and field athletics are to be Included. WHO IS HE? This one won't be an easy ax that Frank Gotch puzzle—not by a long •hot Thl* la one of our brightest little Seattleltes. Kvery reader of this page know* him. It would be too bad —and too easy —to *ay more about him today, but he has always been In the top-notch class and he knows a six-ounce glove from a mule's off hind leg, you beteher. If yon guess him right a copy of The Star Sporting Manual Is yours. The full face will be printed Wed nesday—and another clew tomor row. Send your guess»i to the sport ing editor of The Star. BOSTON GIVES UP LEASE. HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Jan 23.— Announcement was made last night that the grounds here under lease to the Boston American league club for training purposes had been transferred to the St Ixiuis club. NATIONAL RIFLE DATEB. WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan 23 — The national rifle matches of 1911 will begin August 25. irritaied^^ Ar« yoo M»ily «-.citrH high alriing) Do you low your patirnf *at ihr »1, K 1,.r,t prov.« I That it a orta.n in.lic.lioo that your ocrv.ua »y» rm it weakening. At tlua dangeroua period f fiatot Extmct ifclMCTToftiC '• lhr v * r y h ''p V" u n«*J »o '"inff you back to tho calm and patient atate you once enjoyed, iifing rich in the tiMue-huildintf nron^rtim Rof vlrct barley malt atvl tho lupulin from chnir>-»t ho|*. in / t < »'••*» 'I .... the wh.„o v,i,„lu. „„ I au ,l Z' H| jn'jwjl r**«. n pleni thing "<• bit 3 tad revitaliaiog / MB Umta«l Co*«r(im*nl ipnifir«||f cUm()«« Pal.at Fa trad aa an arlicU of BBaditto# not an akaholie ba v • r a ( a. OrJtr a Jottn boithi from your /oca/ druggitt. In nit n/on it king T^abit has [ra)tirnll; uphold In ipNd mn lost* with men. Hh« has develops a peculiar double overhand ilwkc of her own which many erark swim mom have been unNl>l«< to solve Nothing looks tuu lofty In Mm Willi* wh<'H II come* I" fttiicjr nigh •IIvlni? She takes the wat«r grao fully mid accurately, In h«-r man* eihlbltlous and rontesta. some of llii'in Involving feata thai daunted men, abo ban never wet with an ac cld>Mlt EMERYVILLE. KMKRYVILLK, Jan. 31.—Entrle* for Monday: PI rat rare, three furlong*—lleles S. 110. *Ma Mle 110. *Nada Mai 110. Florence S 110, Change of Air 110. Anna Schneider 110. Ah Moos 110. Mlnatra 110, George 110, Wild Kern 110. Ma Mle and Nada Maa coupled. Camden entry. Chance of Air and Mlnatra coup led. Caaaett entry. Ant;.i S< hD' l<l?r and LMi* 0 cvuplwj, Schrelber • Scarborough atable entry. Second race . futurity course— •Right Smart M, Othale M. Winona Winter 97, Indian Girt *1. Rulaaeau 110, Orclla #8. Twickenham 107, Bel faat I"*, riara Hampton *2, l-ady M VI M. I lob Chocolate 99. Great Ca» aar 101. Third race, futurity course - Green lale 103. Commerce 101 Dutch Rock IOC, Darla 99. Loutae II <90. Kddle Mott 101, Sea Coaat 99 | I<es< ar 108, Feather Duster 109. Fourth race, seven -eighths mile. ! selling—Yellow foot 103, Lord Clin ton 104. Military Man 10S. Karl Tide 110, Merchant 103. Marburg 113, Quick Trip 105. Tony Faust 110. Mr I Hlahop 103. Jeaaup Hum 103, Judge Henderson 109, llonlne Hard IIS. Fifth race, one and three si* toentbs mile, selling Star Actor 107 Honla 103, Matador 103, Fulletta to* Molesey 108, Decluae 103. J. C, Clem | 103. Sixth rare, seven furlong*—Re dondo 10',. Camera >7. lluayman 103, i Toby 106. Han lj»dy 97. Golf Hall I lOfi Hamiiaaa lofi. Hen Stone 103. Eulalia May 97. Wap 103, Allneaa : 106. Exchequer 103. TO SCRAP TONIGHT SYRACUSE, N Y . Jan. 28 — Abe Attell, champion featherweight. and Hilly Allen, champion of (Canada, will meet here tn a ten-round go tonight. HUBBARD VS. NOVAK. Bddle Hubbard and Jack Novak will be the stars of the Fremont A C. iimoker In I. O. O. K. hall, Fre mont, tomorrow night. SMOKER TONIGHT. A good program has been nr ranged for a smoker over In West Seattle tonight under the direction of the Kellance A. C„ In Galllnger hall. HUBBARO VS. GREEN. Rddle Hubbard will help make his week n busy one by taking on George Green at the ilallard A. C. smoker Wednesday night. BRYBON 18 CAPTAIN. PITTSBURG, Pa., Jan 23 —O 11. Pryson, '12, has been elected cap taln of the University of Pittsburg track team. J* ntrvoumtsi hindering your It it work ? THE STAR—MOty>AY, JANUARY 23. 1911. SHORT SPORT Carlisle Indian school Itsn a basketball ((•am that limy conn- nut (u the Coast this spring looking fur easy money. Kvery a|M>rtliig wnrd worth while Is Included In The Miiir Manual, given free to those who guess the identity of the masked man on Ihla page today. Tom Hhaw. a young turf plunger, won $:io.ouo on uuw race at Jackson ville last n» Oro, the pool sharp, will give up profeßttlouai -tally InK wlili the Ivory spherolda following hi* present match wHh Clearwater. Johnny Kvers' ankle must be In good shape again, for he haa taken up skating Arthur Devlin Is au Investigator In the law departmeul of the Oh I eego Street Hallway company. A good stunt for wluler training, run ning down accident* aud claim rases. Hal Chase thinks an wall of Hamilton. tli« lufielder <>f Han Joe*. t'al.. who haa been the prop erty of th«* New York Highland*™ fur more than a yi-ar hut «w too baehful to report laat aprlug. that ha aays ho will kidnap tb« young stee to bring hint Kant with him. If be still continues to b* ahy. Just listen Over In New York th««y are holding out aa g reward for good iH'havlor to ' Huga** Hay mond that they will h*r*after <411 him "Arthur" and drop the "Rugs" If he will keep on thr water wagon fight fan* In Knglsnd are taking • decided aland against the kldn.-y blow In hosing It i« g atep tu the right direction IMggar St an if)- Knglsnd's bsjttsm champion, and Frankle llurna will meet January 27, The Hoston Red So* Mart for California February 2} for practice work. fieorge R»ae. the millionaire bookmaker, haa quit the game at Oakland Ilia season's losses amount to 1200.000. Fred Niclaon has been engaged <to coach Georgetown collage l.a»* ball team thla year. With a new manager of the Se attle ball team on the Job. we may now t-tp«rt the fana to begin the annual buss. Only one accident in basketball thus far thla season The game isn't dangeroua enough to be pop ular for the man sua Kddle Hubbard, the local boxer, haa three engagements for the we«k; and h«- tolls every day right up to & p m. The hunt club had an outing with the resl hunt doga Saturday after noon My word! FIELD CLUB MEETS 'flf r»it»4 ) HAKKHSnKLD. r«|.. J*n tt « With wnllifr condition* perfwt and with bird* In abundance, the Und annual ffifl of Iho PaoifV Coml Field club bogan here today Sha*t« Tixkllm King. a briw of puppy m* tern. were the firm dog» down OH. JACK JOHNSON! CHICAGO. Jan St. —Declaring thai whi-D ho le«vea here for Han Franclaco Thiiraday with hla auto mobile*. It will be portly for the purpose of "talking It over with Jeffrie*." atlrred anticipation that Jack Johnaon and Iho twiller maker may eomo together again. WANT FIGHT LAW. SCRANTON. P». Jan 23 -Con certed action wtll be taken by fol lower* of tho Square Circle In Iju-k --awanna and Luierne count lea In an effort to ifnirt legUlatlon at the coming aenalon that will permit tho holding of public bouta. AT THE Angeles Cafe 142224-26 Flr»t Av. Merchants' Lunch From 11 a m. to 2p. in. 25c French Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. 75c Moving Pictures Instrumental Mualc Afternoon and Evening FREE. WHY COOK AT HOMK? TEETH SAVE YOUR TEETH V°U a J>oll«r, I Mak« » Dollar, and tb* Combine u 111 !«,*• Two Dollar* Wlmn I |»«i Voiir OmUl Work. 1 wo fk tor half th« oharao or Combln* P«nil«t« Advanced paln !••• mathoda in D«nti«try hava inA<u iuo iftd figuration for my of flea Call and hmy fr»a examination nnd loam for flrtt-claaa work * wurantaad. than hava your work don* by any dan list you to go lo RKMRMIItB, I am not Dr. J. Brown, but |>r. Edwin J. HroWn, ovnr L. W. \i*V )rr rtlor •' 7,1 vn|o( blook. „ n ?n*r until I, and Sunday* wntll 4 for people who work. LKSARD'g STATEMENT. Jack l,«*aid called on the sport ing editor of The Htar today and mild that he lei himself down In his mill eh with I'ete McVeigh at Wllkeaon Halurday night, after pro testing against boxing with Mc- Veigh beeauae of the small house l,..»srri slates that there was 1144 In the bouse. sm6ke.r tonight. The benefit immki'r to be offered In the l.abor Ttuiplo tonight prom ises to bo a good one The pro ll ram haa a number of local favor llr tarried, and ovary effort will be made to make the affair a <lassy one, the managers declare The proceeds are for the benefit of a former Heattle newsboy, uow desperately 111 In California. START TRAINING. HAN ntANCItK'O. Jan 23 -"One Round" tl-ucan and FVankle Tlurns, to meet In a 20 round fight Friday night, entered their final week's training with cest today. Hums worked for aa hour In the gymna alum and then took on bla sparring partner*. Ilngau Is a IU to I* fav. orlte. DBS MOINKH, lowa. Jan 23 — t'lara Oorbln, 6, was killed liy her baby brother, only 3 years old. when the latter fired his father'* gun \TODAY'S STYLtS TODAY REDUCED PRICES-- for Your Economy The present reductions in Ladies' Coats, Suits, Dresse*, etc., are worthy of your consideration. The well established merit of our merchandise should be another inducement to you in buying. CREDIT— You do not have to pay all cash We extern! our (literal credit service to yoti willingly and with pleas ure. You can easily and always he well dressed ii you ti*e this modern way of buying. No extras of any kind are incurred when buying on credit of us Eastern Outfitting Co., Inc. 1332-34 Second Ace., Near Union St. "Seattle's Reliak'e Credit Home" The Grote-Rankin Co.'s Pike Street and Fifth Avenue WONDERFUL .VALUES ARE NOW OFFERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. ALL DAMAGED SAMPLES LESS THAN COST PRICE. 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