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ATHLETIC PARK
BASEBALL
Today at 3
LADIES' DAY
VICTORIA V». SEATTLt
Ye*ler Car. Adml*elon 25c and 50c.
RHEUMATISM
Stomach Trouble, Kcaema and All
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EXAMINATION FKtR
rti' •• Kiiioii its*
I DENTIST II
Weak Nerves
Made Strong
/V • «•
wt
Cures WhHc
You Sleep
Don't take another d'>ee of flrugs
Tou know how they must upset your
•tomach and etuM had digestion Ton
know th« many
of dmii yet you go on taking tham
for my try little pain or dlaorder. Just
h»raoM you were taught that nothing
«)•«• 4Mld Ctlff
We btvc the natural war of curing
disorder* and rhronlc ailment
way nature does It W« ours with
electricity
The reason drugs don't cur* la be
cause they do not h*lp nature Kt
ture needs electricity. nourishment,
something that build* up Dm* «««»•
tain no nourishment—no •lwtrtdty—
lout poUon. which tear a down
(>«r way of curing la to restore
electricity where It la needed, and
pain and dlaordara dleap pear That's
baoauao electricity rlvee atrength.
power to tha body, anabllng every or
gan to perform Ita work properly, and
whan every organ !• In a atreng.
healthy condition, thare can be no
pain or lltMflftt
Wear Klectra-Vlta while you elaep.
It feoda a constant stream of eler
trlHty to your narvaa. and they carry
It to avary organ and tlasae of your
body, reatorlng health and vim.
flaturate your nervee with a glow
ing rurrent from E feet ra-Vita for a
few hours earh night while yon elaep
The ailing organa will raapond to Ita
influence In the same way that an
a I "'"trie rrvtor »t*rta whirling as soon
as the power Is turned on
Electra-Vlta la a aaif-charged body
battary which generates a eteariy. on
broken etream of galvanic electrify
and Infuses It Into tha nerves In Just
the right volume It builds op vital
ity aa<d strength, and curee ailments
resulting from a debilitated state of
the nerves and vital organe
Rheumatlam. <«esieraJ Weakneee Cared
I suffered wl»h rheumatism In dif
ferent parts of the body, nnklea. knees
and arm*, for aeveral yars, also gen
eral debility Klectra Vita has cured
me. raznoylng ev*ry sign of the pains,
and I will rfadly recommend It
Tours truly.
W H M'CURDT.
Kftftl 14th Av. S K . Seattle. Wash
rume to ¥ot;
Cut out this coupon and mall It to
us for our free to page book about
our treatment. Thle book contains
plcturae of wall built, robust man and
woman, showing how Electrat-Vita Is
applied, and explains maun / thlnga
you should kaow
Hand the coupon today.
Cail If you can Office houra. t a
m. to t:t 0 p m. Hun day, II to 1.
Haturday evanlng, Y to t
The Electra-Vita Co.
OKPT. 4
2M Empreae Theatre Building
Macond A v.. Cor. Hprlng
Heattle. Wn.
Please aend me. prepaid, your
fraa *0 page lllustratad book
o I*IMI
Name
Address trr.nr
Town
RAY CAMPBELL IN FINE FETTLE FOR
SEATTLE BOY TO
GET FIRST REAL
CHANCE TONIGHT
VANCOUVER. B. C., Juki 12.
—An attractive card will ba of
farad patrona of the boxing
name tonight at tha new
Urlghouee arena whan Freddie
Weleh, Brltlah lightweight
champion, and one of the clev
ereat boxere In the game, faoaa
Ray Campbell of Seattle In a
acheduled 15 round bout.
Aftcgethar. there will be 26
round* of boxing, Percy Cova
and Eddie Moy, a pair of clever
and hard-hitting feather
weight*. being echeduled to
furnl*h the preliminary ovar
the 10-round route.
The flret bout will be atagatl
at 8:30 p. m. aharp.
Both Welah and Campbell
are reported In flna condition.
GO GET LICENSE!
The now state game law. which
provides that all fishermen must
buy a llt-vnse at the cost of |1. goen
Into effwt today The privilege to
hunt Is Included In the license,
which Is for the county only A
state license for fishing and hunt
ing costs $S. Those violating thla
act will he guilty of a misdemean
or under the law.
While huutlng licenses have al
ways prevailed, thla Is the first
time a fishing license haa •'••en ra
il til red It was principally through
the efforts of Oarne Warden Harry
Kief of Seattle that the legislature
passed the bill Women are allow
ed to fish without a license, and
boys under 16 years of a<e The
limit catch Is 50 fish, the weight
not to exceed 10 ponnds. No fish
under six Inches shall be taken.
WE WIN ANOTHER
VICTORIA. B C. June IJ—Ry
tying up the game In the elgßtb
and then rushing an additional tally
across In the final game. Seattle'*
Champs took a third consecutive
game from Victoria here Wednes
day. ' Silent" Smith blanked the
visitors for the first seven Innings,
but single tallies gathered In the
last two Innings cost him the game
Score. Seattle I. Victoria 1.
The two tearaa left for Seattle
last night, where they will finish
the series. Score:
■Mill*- *a K II i-o. a g
*»>•" '«> 4 * I 1 4 (
4 I I t I 4
; "trail. If S 4 4 « 4 4
•"»'l<waa. • 4 4 4 I • 4
Ktimar et « I 1 4 4 4
lb « » , j, , .
WIHob. rf t 4 | | • «
llarmnart. SS .... 1 4 4 S 4 4
rullartra. p 4 « j « I t
Total. II | i it 14 4
Vl<-tnrta - AH It IT P<> A T.
Alberta, rf *114 4 4
wI4I 4 ( 1
>k I 4 4 || 4 I
Swain, lb *44114
I.*n«-h. et 4 4 1114
*•"4. If 4 4 S « « 4
Lamb, tb 4 4*414
«44| I | 4
Smith. » t 4 * * | *
T<*al. II I 4 IT 14 "4
Summary Two baa* hit. -KlllllaT.
Shra rtntna rua—Will StMon baaae—
Jarkaon. Kawlln.a Pullartnn |ta»« oa
balls—Off Fu!!«rton I. off «mltk * Strark
oa«--Br r»ll»rtoo 4. by Smith • Tim.
—I I* Umpire—Olaaann
*»*THWWfItV I.KAOIE
Won !>.« Ptl
** 10 414
Vanr/nirer II }t »•,
P"f tlan4 11 m
Vkinrla IT It 4T4
Tarnroa « *1 «tt
Spokana 11 >( Ml
AMBMCA* IJMOII
Won L"«t prt
Philadelphia I? 1| .TTI
n«*aia»4 it 11 nt
'Tilca*o SI 14 |||
Wuhlnfton J4 y| til
float on 21 j| «|
Detroit * St ss lit
Ht Ixnjla || || i7|
*#w York It It Sit
NATIONAL LKAOCI
Won Ltat Pet.
Philadelphia |« ii Tit
Vew York II n M«
Brooklyn II &ll
Chtr««o JR 14 It 0
Ptttatnarc 21 25 471
Ht Ixrola II IT 449
Boeton II 14 401
Cincinnati It II IS!
COAAT LKAOVI
Won 1/wt. pet
l<M AII»»IM 41 I« (21
0»kl»n-l IS I! 11l
fUn FrancJaco II 14 tit
Venice II It tIT
Harrarnaata S! II til
Portltnt ft II •!!!
AMKMCAN LRAOri
f'hlcaco 1, New York t
Detroit 11, Washington t.
*t fsiula I. Philadelphia I.
C)4v«lant i, >n I.
NATIOMAI. V.KAnrS
Plttabur* 11. Brooklyn I
noaton S. 8t I
f'lnclnnitl I. Philadelphia I
New York I. Cblc4|o I.
NORTHWKHTKRM LEAOH
Feattl* 2, Victoria 1
Spokane t. Taroma t
Portland T-t. Vancourer 1-1.
COAHT LBAOrS
Oakland I. Han franclnt Ik
Marram en to I, Venire f.
Loa Ancalaa I, Portland 1
She Had a Reason
"Mabel In koliik to bo a blond
thlit Bummer."
"Why?"
"They rained the price of dark
hair and brumal powder."
Nat Goodwin bu opened m cafe
at Ranta Monica. Thla 1* tha flrat
tine Nat opened a cafo, though he
haa kept maojr a tale open.
Schoolboy Athletes From Atlantic to the
Pacific Win National Honors and Break a
Few Records in Big Track Meet at Chicago
Honor winner* at tha twelfth
annual Interecholaatlo meet at
tha Unlveralty of Chicago,
June 7, In which 470 schoolboy
athlete* from 105 *choola con
tested their atrength, eklll and
apaad. At top la Shapard, Chi
cago high achool lad, winning
running high Jump, 6 feet 8
Inchee. Below him, from left
Oh, perlar, who I* that sleeping *o *oundly In lower 8f
Ah'ni not *uh, boa*, but Ah think It be Ml*t«r Tlf*.
e e • . e
In view of what Spokan* nooda In • ba**ball way, w* *ugg**t thla
future linkup for tb* Indiana
Help. If. Reaorve. Jb
Succor, ef. Ability, lb.
Assistance, rf. Claaa. c.
Relief, 3b. Skill, p.
Reinforcement, sa.
=SPORTING CHATTER
Marry Oatdlek's resignation.
Wednesday, as manager of the
S|K>kane club comes as no surprise
to hla friends Oetdlek ha* fre
quently declared that the Spokane
team thla season I* the worst he
has ever handled during hi* base
ball career. Cohn offered no relief
In the way of securing first-class
talent. On the team'* last appear
and here. Oatdlek appeared to
have loft all Interest In the squad
Since Ostdlek became leader of the
I WATCH
IttflS
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H Every
H Thursday for
I Specials
Aiiial
Ml Sporting Goods.*
rjj Plfcone Elliott 1311.
■ 1021 First Ave.
I Seattle, Wash.
THE STAR—THURSDAY, JUNK 12. 1913.
Spokane club, they won thi cham
pionship on® year and twice finish
ed Id second place.
• • .
Walt*r Powell, the Indian out
fielder, who ha* been out of the
game with a broken arm, haa been
appointed Oatdlek'e eucceeeor.
Powell will be unable to play for a
couple of weeke yet. and will man
age the team from the bench. He
la one of the beat fielder* in the
league.
• • •
Seattle returned home today,
after having elunK the Hoe* for
three straight. Juat to show what
fine fettl« they are really In. the
Champa yesterday narrated "Hllin"
Smith, who on two previous occa
alona applied the whitewash to
them. The Bees and the Champs
open here thla afternoon. Incident
ally. It la lad lea' day.
e e •
Portland Increased our load
Wednesday by taking at double
header frora the Vancouver Heav
er*.
• • •
The fate of baseball In Spokane
will hang In the balance when th<'
league director* meet heru, next
week, to *ettle the question ol keep
ing the franchise In Spoknne or
transferring It to Everett. Cohn
believe* the franchlie will be trsnn
ferred, a* the attendance In Spo
kane continue* to fall off.
• • |
L*ck of con*l*tency on the part
of the Beaver pitcher* appear* to
bo the real reason for the Vancou
ver dump. Sixteen hits nnd 11
runs were mndo by Portland Wed
nesday. Clark wa* burned for nine
hit*.
• • •
Nlil I* faHt developing Into one of
the bent little frequent four-base
Clouters In the league. If he con
tinues hitting homers, ho will soon
find hlmielf being passed by the
pitchers In the pinches. Unlike
Meek, Issuing a walk would be a
dangerous experiment. A pitcher
1* really In no danger when he gives
Meek four wldo ones, a* the Vic
toria catcher 1* the slowest player
In the league on the paths.
• • •
Grammar School league playere,
about 400 of 'em, will be the guest*
lof President Dugdsle at the ball
park Friday. Prior to their vlalt to
the park, the school boy* will pa
rade the principal business atreete,
clad In the uniform* of their re
spective school*. A band will lead
the proceaslon.
MODKRN elegantly furnished
rooms at lowest rate* at Hotel VI r
gin us. Eighth and Virginia, near
WestUke. Elliott _ ••el
to right, ara J. Allenby, Uklah,
Cel., winning one-half mile
run; Schoenfeldt, Toledo, aec
ond In half mile; E. Caughey,
UkTah, winning ahot put, 48
feat 3 Inchaa; Hoyt, Green
field, la., winning 100 yard
daah final, 945 aeconds, ea
tabllahlng a new world'* Inter
acholaatlc record.
CREW ON LONG ROW
POUUHKKKPBIIC. Jiin« 12 —All
the m«rnbrra of lh« I'nlvcrnltjr of
WimhlnKton cpp* r*|>ortod In
aplrndld »ha[.r today, taking a
I>ractlr« apln of 12 mllna In thr aft
ernoon. Coach ronlb<*ar did not
[irrait bin m*n hard. Tb« poal(Ion
of th» Cornell rrrw haa
changed aomrwhat
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BOUT WITH WELSH
MIDDLE WEST DOLE EXPEDTS
ON SEATTLE INVASION TODAY
Tim Middle Western golfor*, an
all Mar i••am i>f eight of the.best
golfers 111 Amimlmi. made their
first appearance on the Seattle
Golf chili link* today. In the af
Utiitoii tli" team play* IX hole* at
medal play on handicap.
The team arrive* here after con
cluding two day»' |il»y »t Victoria
On Friday. match games will be
played, mid on Saturday the moat
Important event of their visit, thn
game with a team picked from the
boat nolfcra on Iho I'aclflc coast.
MAKI VISITORS GO SOME
VICTORIA, 11. C„ June IL'
While Thick" Kvans played up
clime to Ills heat form and abowed
Home exceptionally fine golf at the
Oak May lltika yesterday, the Mid
dle W'catern player* were neverthe
|e»» glv«n another example of the
high clam of golf played here It
waa oven more convincing than
that of the prevloua day, when
('apt Chamber* and K. V, Ma<an
heat Bvana and Davts.
.1 Arhuckle and J A. Hlthet up
held the honor of Victoria, defeat
Ing 11. II l.ee of Detroit and I*.
Hlant'in of lirand Kaplda, running
out In brilliant atyle, one up over
nr. hole*
In a 33 hole match. Kvana and W.
T Wood, lioth of Chicago, won
from Captain Chambers and K. V.
Macan. 7 up and '• to play.
Eighteen hole* were played In
the morning and over that atretch
the game waa very cloae, there be
>tng only one bole separating the
contesting teams, but In the after
noon the Victoria plavera fell off
and the visitors ran out easy win-
THE MONET IS IIP
ISjr Prwi Wlr*
BAN PRANCIBCO. June 12 The
laat iK>«r|' lo chant<• for a hitch In
the Willi" Rltchle-Joe Rivera battle
here July < for the llKhtwelght
chainplonibip Ik awept away by
th<* natnliiK of Prank Ixiron* aa the
stakeholder. I.«i>vy, Rivera' man
acer. who ha<l Imlketl at Itaroux.
accepted the latter ufter he hat)
conferred with Daroui for two
hotim Hilly N'oUji, Itltr-hle'e man
nicer, Immediately put up a certlfl
fled check and left late laat ntxht
for hla I.ake county ranch,
Her Scanty Gown
Shocks Gay Paris
PARIS. June 12.—Mil*.
Adoree Vlllany, a young wom
an who danced In a muals hall
In acant coatuma. haa baan fin
ad $40 for **a public outrage of
modeety." The dance wai given
Ia at February. The maglatrate
decided that the coetume waa
too alight.
Mile. Vlllany wa* fined some
time ago for a similar offence
In Munich.
but*. Kvana' morning and after
noon *ror*« w*r« 71 arid T.\.
Th«t vtaltora left laal nlKti*. for
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DRESS CORRECTLY
Clothes that don't fit cost as much at the
best.
Clothes that don't hold their style,—look
commonplace after the first few days,— cost a*
much as correct Adler-Kochester Clothes.
That Adler-Rochester Clothes lead and act
the styles is today conceded, but they do mora
than thii.
These clothes not only look and are correct,
but they show their class every day you wear
them. They stay looking correct.
That's why we handle
Adler-Rochester Clothes
You will find about town hundreds of men who
have the name of being correctly dressed. Th«f
are customers of ours.
They are the men who know that good
dressing is not a matter of price but one of
selection. ,
Drop in and let us show you some dif
ferences, —let us show you why these clothei
are distinctive.
Compare the«e prices with the ordinary and
the "giicss work" tailor prices—
Suits $18 to $40.
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