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THIRTY-ONE SPEED DEMONS WILL GET AWAY
IN TODAYS RACE FOR VANDERBILT TROPHY
RUNCHEY TO HAVE
HIS CHANCE WITH
CHAMP GRAPPLER
s. \. ( Favorite Will Be (iiven l's-Minute Bout \\ ith
Breedlove at Boxing Show I'uesddy Much
Depends on Outcome ot Fistic Fncounters, a> Re
gards Boys Who Will Be Sent to the Hijc Meet in
Frisco.
By Ktybee
\T 1 K\OX BRkl- |il.< >\ 1 . champion featherweight w ie»t
» lor of the world. will gi\e <>h\er Rutichci a real try out
at the > \ ( boxing bout* l'uesdav night
Urtnllovt I s helping condition the wrestler* fur the big
tournament ami in the intercut of the sport he will gi> on with
Hum-hey. I hi* will undoubtedly bring together the la»te>-t
pair «>i little grappler* in the country ami should be worth
going a l'>ng way to see.
Breed love i- camping on the trail of Frank Duncan, for
mer S \ i. champion, and i* trying to get him into a finish
match Although Rreedlove i- only a featherweight, he has
to go out of his cla>> on many occasions to j;et work He
and Runchey should keep the fan* <>n their feet during the
15 minute* they hold the *tagc on l'ue*da\ night
There will He five bouts preliminary to the main events
The main events follow ;
Henry tileason. Seattle \thletic club. \» Hud Soules, Com
mercial \thletic club. Vancouver
Tommy Phelps, Seattle Athletic club. \» (>e< >rge Ross
Commercial Athletic club, \ ancouver.
Archie \\ yard, Seattle Athletic club, Stanlev Clement,
Commercial \thletic club, Vancouter.
I'.arl Baird, Seattle \thletic club. \» Al l)a\t». Victoria
Island Athletic club.
VERNON BREEOLOVE
Champion Feather-weight Wrettler
MUCH DEPENDS ON
OUTCOME OF BOUTS
MUCH depend* upon the out
come of the bouts ai the S
A. C. Tuesday night. as It
will be a strong factor In determln
Inn what boys will represent the
Blue Diamond at the championship
mn! at the San Francisco fair. The
winner* will compete at Spokane
March IK and 19. and the winner*
there will be amnnt the elect. In
addition to thin each club In the
Northwest can enter Independent
trfen in the Frisco bout* by paying
their expenses. Chet Mclntjrre. box'
Ing Instructor at the S A. C . ha* hi* i
eye on th«- Richard K. Fox medal
regarded as the most coTeted »ma
teur boxlnsr trophy In the country ,
and is figurine that the 8. A. ('
should go to Frisco with a team
strong enough to gather the mo*t
point* In the P. N. \. division, and
incidentally gather this trophy.
CHET A PRODUCER
OF MANY CHAMPIONS
AH A PRODt'C'KR of boxing
champion*. Chet Mclntvre
stands without a p<>er In the
Pacific Northwest, and the S A. C.
l» mighty fortunate in having hlu
at the helm of Its ring affairs while
the championship bout* arc on. 11<
The Pope-Sibley Co.
AT 1418 3RD AVE., UPSTAIRS
Open Their
New Billiard Room
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 6
This beautiful room represent-' the last word in tlie
world of billiard-, ami will prove a revelation in equip
merit and general appointment to lover- of the game
Twenty-eight <>f the most perfect tables at y >ur
service.
ha* developed *ome of the faulm
amateur talent In the country at the
8. A. C„ and h* I* ■<> confident of
carrying away the honor* at San i
FrancUco that he ha* Inaplred thoac
about htm with confidence. If
■trong mental pulling would hav»
any effert on the outcome at the
Golden Gate the Seattle lad* have
already won the thump medal*
CLEANS UP TITLES
IN CANAOi AN BATTLCS
BACK In isii Mtlnlyra took th«
Harrleaii brother*, (ill Martin
and Charlej t'atton back Ka*t
and cleaned up the Canadian cham
I'lonahtp* at Toronto. although the,
Vancouver fan* at that lime did n<M
concede him more than one winner
On the wa» back he made arrange
ment* with the C P R dining cat
condncto whereby the dining •*r
waa turned Into a iviii at certain
hour* on the four-day trip, and Cbei
kept hi* men In fine condition by
boxing with them en rout», Krnle
Rarrleau. who wa* conceded to bf
a champ wa* the only lo*er on that
trip, and be waa robbed of hl« fight
The other three won Canadian
championahlp*. and it wa* a area'
victory for Chat. clearly eatabllah
ins hi* claim to beinit the greate*'
j boxing Instructor in the dominion
What he did for the Canadian club
Mclntyre la now confident he can do
for the Seattle A. C.. and If he gett
away with It half a* wett a* he did
on that former occasion. Seattle wll
not only be proud of her amateur
hanip* but the man who put then'
on the road to their tltla* a* well
4 MONTHS OF RACING
NEW YORK. March fi— Accord
ing to plans made publU* liy the
stewards of the Jockev dub here
yesterday. New York will hate prac
tlcallv four months of hotse raclnt
thi* summer. Th>- Jatnalci track 1
will be reopened, and spring nnd fjll
meets will be held there, a* well a*
at. Aqueduct. BHm< nt Park snd the
Kmplre City track In Tonken I
MARKET REPORT
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—IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS
OLD ROMAN IS
DICKERING FOR
FRANK RAKER
LOS ANGELES. March
Thai "Horn# Run" Frank Baker,
formerly of the Philadelphia
Athletic*, may become a mem
bar of the Chicago White So
• • the hope today of Prealdent
Charlea Comlekey of th.it club.
There it a poeeibillty that
Baker will be turned over to
the New York Aniricini, ac
cording to Comlakey. If he •*,
the Whit* Son will make a Bid
for him.
OLD-TIMERS PLAY
Sovoral form«r Shatter & Wolff
player*. who nr« now In the bin
leaguo*. h»*f notion a I'-.tni to
Rot her. and will lacWlo the rognlat
Shaner A Wolff team In a prootlre
came next Sunday at \l»rcer |»la>
field The old tlniora aa> lh«tt are
■olng to show the no* follow* up
Shaner * Wolff a i«sular* are busy
preparing for thou gauiea with Ho
attle and I'oi t \ni:»!e« Out of town
loam* w lulling giime* write Hoi
mont. Mgr.. f'.'l Tiilrtl a*e
JESS QUITS TEXAS
Kl, PABO. Marcli «> Jf»» Wlllatif
hf»v» Height. who u» to ha*«- l«a<
tlrrt Jack Johtiaoii for (tin lltl* ai
Jutrn March <!, I«ft >««t"rda) fur
• n Indefinite mijouni In 1 At* Angel**
tn vifw of 'hi* f.Tt thii Itap
l>#ar« to be n i Immwlt ><e |tfO»|MKtf
of a rbatttpiocattlp Imut Wlllaril
•taunt he * > il>l rM«m l»»i» within
a few i|«y« If prom mm l« for a flthl
grt>w brighter
RITCHIE TRAINING
NEW YORK. Mart Ii fi Willie
Kltchle. California llglitw right. I* In
the be*t condition if I>l* career and
1* now In bard trai'tln* f«»r bin bout
with Freddie Weinh hereon the 11T!•
In which he ho|w>« to regain the
world* lightweight title Itltchli
ha* been keeping In ■ ondltlon by
dancing with hi* *l»ter on the *iatte
touring for a vaudeville > lr. ult
DENY FREIGHTER
WAS TORPEDOED
LONDON. March fi.—Agent* of
the Holland-American steamship
line denied today that the freighter
Nooderdyk of that line had been
torpedoed In the Kngll'h channel.
They stated the vessel's propeller
was broken when she ran Into de
bris near the Isle of Wight, fori Ing
her to put hack to Rotterdam for
reoalrs
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STAR—SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1915. PAGE 7.
r.DITF.n BY KAYHKK SMITH
THE FUNNIEST PLAY I EVER SAW
BY GPORUfc MULLIN
Veteran Pitcher, Formerly of De
trolt Tlgere
I bollovo ihr funnleat tlilllK '
1» oil n lm». tiall flelil « /I
• liorlly uflor I aturleil out In tn«
olil ImlUna iimt 1111 ti< >1 m
in 1900 Thorn waa hii umpire
Imitind McKoimhlln (not Silk I.
>*tin ««» u won (I or Ho um>il (u
let tore l(» lilmnolf, telling
wiiai .1 meni ii(npii«• ho w.i ami
hi- Ml«u>R «, r rerotmnemlltiK
lilavete In hIK li-ngno liiatiaKora
■ml allowing tho players what Jio
h»i| wrltton You may Imagtuo
ho* popular ho «aa with tia.
Olio day *o were playing tn
Danville. in, ami M. Uiughlln
ai>|x"aroil on Iho finiil in hla mil
form ami a llnon duater We aal
oil him the roiiaon for Iho duater
anil ho nalil ho wai going lo revo
lutionise umpiring and the game
Iteolf, ami that ho never again
*OUIII mla* a derlMon on a rlmr
I'lav Ho wh» >aguo alioiit how
tl'e llnnn «t<m(• i >11 koliik lo mmmpllih thetn thliiK*. I>m It'll
lain altoiii It
In tho alxih Inning tho score waa a do. lianvlllo nt bat, one out
.mil riinnoi on tliiril «lion tho bailor hit orw down to > hort and
the man on third atarted homo Mclaughlin »<t» behind ibo pitcher,
and w hon the runner atuitod homo Mar atartod aftor hint. gaining ••
otory jump. *lth hi* duator flying out behind Tho runnor alid to
the plate and Mai alld aftor him, and. aftor adding acro»* tho plate,
yelled "You're out'" ahlioiiKh tho runner »«* aafe a nillo
rtio *pe<-iar|e of an iimplro In a llnon dilator eliding homo ami
then >11aWInk tho «or»t deolaton i>o**lble waa 100 much for the erowd,
and tho laat wo iivoi aaw of Mrl/>ughllii waa *hou ho dlaapponrnd
down tho ain-oi, hi* ilu»ter flapping liehlnd him and tho mob chasing
hlni toward town
FAVOR QUEEN
ANNE IN GAME
Wise ones who have kept case*
on the Seattle high school basket
ball race, pick the gueen Anne team
to cop the title In the derisive eon
ten that *111 be pin ■ e.l tonlghi wllbj
the Lincoln team In the Queen Anne
gym If Queen Anne has any ad
vantage o\er Lincoln. It la not maik
ed. and the game Is sure to be a hot
and fast one from 'he moment the
ball Is put Into play The Lincoln
team has the advantage of weight
but this Is checkmated bv the su
|.erlor speed rf the hill boys l.lii
coin will line up with Tevls and l»av
(orwards. Itogera. center. Jones and
Rome, guard* Queen tune's line-up
I* Wllllsms and O'Sall. forwards
Schram. center, and Itonnet and
Rerneteln, guards
llroadway had some easy picking
in her last game of the season with
the Mallard high boys tester l».d.
feating 'hem. ill to II Williams
and Umla la Pray were til" prln
ilpal point coppers for Rrpi(!*lJ'.
GREW COACH IS LOST
NEW HAVEN. Conn March f.
"Ixwt. Strayed or Stolen' »'!• ate
appearing In New Ha»en paper* for
(i«) Nlckall*. new head coach «f
the Yale crew Nlck*ll* w.t* due to
arrive In New Vor' trom Kngland
March 1. but the sailing of the ve»
*el on which he booked pa**aee wa*
poutponed, and It I* not known
whether he aalled from England or
not Cable* to England fall to lo
i ate the mlwlng coach.
WILL HOLD GAMES
NEW YORK. Mar«-h G —In aptte
of the war. Oermaiiy hopea to hold
the Olympic athletic contest* In
1916, and la pror«'c<|||||( with plum
for the world meet, according to a
letter from ' "arl !)l»m. Herman
Olympic comml«sloner. to .lohn .'
M<•Hugh. Inape - tor iif athlellca o!
the public school league I ere
HGfflfl
OHIO METHOD IN
DENTISTRY
Missing teeth are replaced by
The Ohio Method by artificial 'eetb
that are natural as your original
teeth. Examination* are now be
Ing conducted without charge, and
estlma'e* are furnished In all case*
We Stand Back of Our Work
for 12 Years' Guarantee.
$25 Set of Teeth d» O
Guaranteed vO
$15 Set of Teeth [-
Guaranteed
$10 Solid Gold or
Porcelain Crown «P »
$10 Gold or Porcelain
Bridge Work V »
Solid Gold Fillings $1 Up
Other Filling* 50<
Office hour*. 8: SO to 6. Sunday*
9 to 12.
OHIO
Cut-Rate Oentists
207 UNIVERSITY STREET
Star Wants Ad- find the lost
articles.
I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
_ ftarawa* I (tfilfrmlno your Attempting to mtt*rt a
_ , ~r „ i urn m |TH.|,;-!r »f *"•■* «>< h'«rlir»» mrtll. H |
■L ' It, Mm. I Ull I Ml |
j . ...... " • 1,1 Hi-mu.
$ I treat dlaordwra "f th* vital «r|*ni, K«rvn, T.lvar,
WT , | ..1 1. /. 11.1 IU # ''till ItllllMl'l \M I |r.l|-*|».
W. j /
V * i "i. il/' W*«aim mini Ml I "IVni
n lilt im» \h VV h>i-::-4 Mbertjr HiiiMing.
1 \ I (■ inn nnil Third. U|i|ii>iiili< rn«lafllr«
■ik 4SaL J W J ofllrr Hours, HA.>ltoh I' M.
' lu A. M. iu in.
(bc,org<z lT}u,llm
SPORTING
FLASHES
Repudiating a contract ha signed
with th«" t'hlrun > IVit'Mal team
"Hip" Hagcim.iti, pitcher. ha* join
ml the Cleveland Ann-rh an».
Jo* Mjndot. New Orleans ligM
weight. will mini I'al tiro* n of ,Mln
neaota at Superior, Wts., on April '«
Rrow n recently cot a dc'lslou o>er
Red Wnt *<in,
The San ► jncisco Seals yester
day beat the second smii«iil of the
Chicago Americana, lilt. The
flr*t Chicago team beat the I » An
gele* team, 3 lo
Jt'e Woodier ) Park soccer team
will play the Carbonado junior
team at Woodland park t> morrow
afternoon The gaMe will he calb-d
at I o'clock
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
NO WORK AT DAWSON
Kdltor The Star' Sprint, I* row
lng and (he working clam of men
are beginning to plan on work for
the coming summer and 'he heat
place to get It
Krery aummer hundred* figure
on Dawson and the upper Yukon
for work and thla cummer will lie
no exception.
It behooves me. then, to appeal
!o you aa a humanitarian act to
again warn the public of condition*
In here.
Owing to the war, fewer men
went outjdde lact tall than for sev
eral yearn paat. and there will be
a surplus of men for what work
I here la to he done thla season
rcßardlea* of booatlng report*
J l> VV , Dawson
ACAINST ARMAMENT
Kdltor The Star: Knowing that
'all (he countries engaged In this
' hellish war were "prepared for
war." are you not challenging the
, Intelligence of your reader* to ad
i vocat« an Increased armament as
a protection againat war?
You might rflao auggeat to Mary
lloyle O'Reilly that moat of us
now know enough about condltlona
In Kurope to discount her one-sided
war stories.
KM.A K. STONE
WE APOLOGIZE
Kdltor The Star: There appeared
in a recent laaue of your paper a
sentence something like tills: "The
19K! legislature ia notorious for the
way It spent money like a drunken
sailor."
Why. pray, like a drunken sailor'
I Why not like a drunken newspaper
j man or a drunken millionaire* I
! have reason to believe that news
paper men and millionaires are
quite willing lo loosen up and spend
money, too, when drunk.
Why I* It that newspapers, other
wise at loggerheads with each oth
or, are ill way* ready lo unite to
ridicule the sailors when It comen
to emphasise a fa<i In their respect
he publications"
r hc sailors of today, Mr Kdltor,
me not Ihe sailors of a generation
ago, and as a whole and an organi
zation the sailors are just about as
fine a body of men as any other*
As a minor consideration, Mr. Kdl
tor. lei me Inform you thai amongst
Ihe sailors you have some of your
i firmest supporters. So why n
1 drunken sailor? A SAILOR.
WOULD STARVE EM ALL
Editor The Slur: lan you toll
me why the I'nlted Slates always
j claims lo defend the Stara and
j St ripen and does not? . Everybody
knows England does not respect the
j American banner. I have heurd
Englishmen call It a dirty rag.
ILLINOIS IS
VICTOR OVER
SAVAGE'S MEN
In what wat probably the faateat
haakethall game ever played In the
Varalty lym, Tony Savage's five
chaniplona of the North*eatern con
ferenie, went down to defeat laat
it Ik lit before the llllnola A team
which ■ laluia the nailonal title Tin
acorn wan 47 to 3&.
The vlaltora plaveil with all of the
precision and atnuothneaa of u run
nlng watch. their team work leaving
practically no opeulnga, and ahow
liik the value of the montha of pra<
tlce they have had together. They
handled the hall with more «a>i< and
I accuracy than the Varalty men, and
W rl'e MUM l< 111 mi- ilji< illl and lllthom
j Waahlligtuli'a play* tiefore the>
I were made, and In lliun lo block
| many of them The Idea I* not to
be hail that Hi" lllltiola flicll lia<J a
: clncb. ii* Washington played a
; nervy, clean game, particularly In
| the flrat half. The vlaltora took a
apurt In the last few minute* ol
that period, and flnlalied 10 point*
to the good llllnola fouled 15 time*
md WjahliiKton made 15 Koala on
them, while the \laltora made but
lo point" on the 14 foula marked
agaluat Washington.
Tracy Strong kum- general *»tln
faction an rffMM.
(•'an* w hii failed to nee the Illinois
five In action lam night will have
another opportunity tonight. mi the>
• 111 clash with ihn llr»t V. M. <' A
li>am In the Y gym Ht H o'clock The
Y tram him been cleaning up •very
titliiic In the North»cit, and h hard
and fast rame I* confidents ev
pected Sea In hair hern Initialled 111
the g> m gallery, and there will be
ample accommodation* for a big
j crow d of apectalorn.
PLAN PISTOL CLUB
Plana for ihn orn.mU.tllon of »
platol club of the Seattle Athletic
club will be pieannteii to the dlrcc
tora of that organUatlor at theli
next meitlnc Rafael I! Montell Is
the father of the scheme. r.'hlch In
elude* InntailliM nn Indoor rnnge
In the K*m ■ r boailn'X alley* .luring
certain hour* ol the week. Other
aihletb' organ! .u.ona nf the Coast
have pistol club* of the kind pro
posed
The Philippine Amateur Athletic
federation I* preparing to send a
strong deleg.itSo ito take part In the
game* at the San Francisco fair.
If the Herman armv muat go, let
the world aay that the Engllah navy
muat go. too. She la doing to the
Oertnan nation what *he tried to do
to America, and If we muat let one
na'loti starve, why not let them all?
AN IRISH AMERICAN,
ANTI AMERICAN FEELING
Editor The Star: lain an Amerl
can living in Canada and I wish
to let >ou know of the feeling to
ward Americana living here. The
Eng:t*h do not atop to think thai
the t'nlted States ia helping Bel
glum, or doing anything else to re
lieve Buffering there
A shopkeeper up here had a Kmail
American flag hung over a picture,
but If wan Insulted so many times
he wa* compelled to take It down
This week three or four friends
of mine were singing "My Country.
'Tls of Thee" and were told that
If they did not atop they would be
thrown out of the houae
SI HSCRIRER
FROM A JITNEYENNE
Editor The Star: Permit a Jit-1
nevenne lo commend a striking
truth told your readers In a recent
editorial, when you laid hare the'
emphaaii for the popularity and
generous patronage of the Jitneys
upon the traction company'* atti- !
tilde of arrogance toward a patient. l
long suffering public. And also up-'
on the ibullyingl Insolence of aban
donment of the sale of tickets upon
the street cars. These certalniy
ha>e left a sore spot In the heart*
of many a thinking clti/en
Lightning finally struck an octo
pus In Its only vital—the pocket
book.
We could not help wondering all
these years Just when and where
lightning would strike, for bv Na-j
tures law of compensation, strike!
It must and shall, every arrogant j
thought or deed, be it Individual,
corporate or social It Is written|
that pride gneth before a fall
The Jitneys have come to slay.'
They are pari of Ihe spirit of de
mocracy's evolution of trans|H>rta
tlon. The Jitney habit Is pleasant,
Kver notice the smiles aboard the
Jltneya?
The Jitneys land you at the curb
—a great satisfaction and safety.
And It Is Just delicious for the
moment to Imagine oneself Mrs
l>e Traction alighting from lier
electric!
The Jitneys have caused only a;
few minor bruised thus far In all
their newness, but we have not for
gotten that not tunny months since
scarce a day passed without a man,
woman or child was mowed down
by street curs, or drunken chauf
feurs, or social parasites racing In;
our streets. Did monopoly cry out;
against this?
The Jitneys cold" Well 6 to 10
mile* straphanglng sartilnewlse In
Ice boxes for 20 years have made
Seattleltes Immune to any cold Se
attle may know thin winter and
glory lie. Skiing I* at hand
Mr. Keillor, that engineer's repot',
written to cause unfavorable legts
latlon toward the jitneys, wan as
coin I cal ax II was Hilly In lit ridicu
lous comparison of a maximum cost
(the mnxlmnm the well-to-do export
to spend upon high-priced touring;
against a minimum car, mini
ILLINOIS BASKETBALL TEAM BEATS VARSITY
COMISKEY HOPES TO SIGN UP FRANK BAKER
31 PILOTS START IN TODAY'S
RACE FOR THE VANDERBILT CUP
S,\ I R \NO -< O liti l» *'> I';
1 wj'Ki|i»*r and ii fiiHi I rack m luill
oitsd f«»«i.» fni iii«* Vfto4iftiilt into
mobile tup race. post polled Vi to
'I I ( <111 I •» '' I '
rh!ii i>»*€f {xni* track conditions * \
t lllit Ollte
Today'! .'•••• iii itift • ' 1 1
1 ilils i'ft#»riioii'i. lull no 'mi' «fU i»•
|>ITIIllt l4M| (HI tl,#- COUIK«* tliH c*
position stadium Mflcr 11.30 a. in
Th«* course 1/ 'M* »fiI)«• » lon*, In
eluding a n ilw lioihi m< " track
which I* |4aikcil. 'I lie* t* uiaindet
of • Im* tri' i I *
The • for the ia<«* Is
nill'-s, wlilcii means tho «.i* will
tin\ o*o< »v i i 7 li« p
Tin ■ \ o:i«' <>f ihe oM' in •» tin
mons Rpfrd pilots 'a 111 <iaii in this
contest The Vanderbilt t tip ami n
< bkli prize of $;!.<MM) will he awarded
the winner, the secon I price I*
$2,000, third prUe $l.«'#00, fourth
ptize $1,000, and fifll» i>ri. $f»00
The entrance fee in $250, and all
< ars entered are required to "iav#
, at least 600 ruble imioh , inton dis
placement.
[EWlingl^
In the City league bowling on the
8. A C. alleys last night. 'ialbralth
and Hirrlfi rolled a total of 20.1*
while Stusser and Bouchart bowled
a combined score of lk9:i. The last
team was given a handicap of Jr»
pins each In each game
In the Elks' Houae league tour
ne> last night ("apt liaker'a team
No. 8 bowled down ''apt Hoffman's
No. 5 squad by a score of 24fiR to
2269. Vaden of the losing team
made the high score of 199. and
Hoffman rolled high average of 177
On the Imperial alley* last night
the Kazooka walloped the Keattlers
by a score of 2MM to 2591. Perry of
the Kazooka w a* then- with the high
acore of 219 and high average of
20.1.
WHIST PARTY
Driftwood I niform Rank, of the
Modern Woodmen of America, will
entertain friends at the first of a
series of whist parties In banquet
hall. Moose temple. Second and
Seneca. Tuesday evening.
Ben Yeager, wanted In Seattle on
Mann act charge, caught In EI
Paeo.
mum we«r am) minimum earnings.
Jl'neyennes cannot comprehend
such "figger' juggling an to expect
an owuer of a Ford to spend 11.500
j**r year to run "four little spools
an<l an old tin ran"—but we can
comprehend such "figger*" to be
aa deadly in their sophistry as a!!
the other messes monopolies cook
up for our palate—and for those
whom they can aoare!
Sincerely, .
MIXNIK B FRAZIER,
3804 10th ave. N. E.
FRED BROWN WRITES
Editor The Star: Accept my
congratulations for your wonderfut
victory In the councilmanic fight.
It has been again demonstrated that
the people of Seattle have ahaolute
confidence in your motives in en
dorsing any person who la a candi
date for office.
Aa long as the people have the
confidence in you that they have
shown in the past. your power will
never grow lea*.
Yours very respectfully.
F!IKI> C. BROWN
BULL BROS.
Just Printers
1013 T HIRD <«AIN 1043
Excursions to
Expositions
SAN FRANCISCO SAN DIEGO
Hound trip. Liberal return limits. Stopovers.
Northern Pacific Ry.
Tickets now on sale.
Arrange now fur accommodations for your visit to
Panama-Pacific International Exposition
San Francisco
PANAMA-CALIFORNIA EXPOSITION
San Diego.
Attractive Train and
S. S. Service
1 JSI fll nil.
I *|ull >llkmll inmlcrn and up-to-date.
1 y ZJL. Dining service, famous, in a class
'nil puvtlcul.ira. reservations, tickets. et<i»
J. 0. McMULLEN. City Pass. Agt.
107 Yesler Wav, Seattle. Wash.
A. TINLING. A. G. F. & P A.
2023 Smith Building, Seattle, Wash.
A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A., Portland, Ore.
35 ENTRIES IN
VANDERBILT RACE
Gil Anderson—Stutz,
Earl Cooper—Stut/.
Wilcox—B*utz.
D. Resta—Peugoet.
Eddie Pullen—Mercer.
G. E. Ruckstell—Mercer.
Louis Nikrent—Mercer.
W D'Alens—Mirmon.
Louis Disbrow—Simplex.
Jack Le Cain—Chevrolet
Barney Oldfield—Maxwell.
William Carlson—Maxwell.
Ed Rickenbacker—Maxwell.
T A. Tornasini—Tomanni.
Wm. A Gordon—Gordon dpi.
E O'Donnell—Duesenberg.
Tom Alley—Duesenberg
C. R. Newhouse—Delage
Jack Gable—Thais.
Lou Gandy—Edwards Spl.
Capt. Kennedy—Edwards Spl.
Caleb Bragg—-Cahfornlan.
J. B. Marquis—Bugatti.
Jim Parsons—Parsons Spl.
R. C. Durant—Chevrolet.
Ralph De Palms —Mercedes.
Arthur Klein—King.
Grover Bergdoll—Erwln Spl.
Thos. McKelvey—Overland.
Hearne—Case
Bob Burmm—Case.
Harold Hall—Hercules.
Hughie Hughes—Ono.
Harry Grant—Stutz.
Roy Francis—Francis Spl.
O'DAY IS RELEASED
CHICAGO. March i>. — Hank
O'Day. for 18 years umpire and for
two year* manager In the National
league, » ,ih given hi* unconditional
release In a letter received vester
day from President John K. Tenrr.
O'Day was told he could shift for
hlmnelf, and he Immediately go' Int i
action, with the result he Is enter
taining propositions today from n »tb
the American and Federal leagues
O'Day managed the Chicago Cubs
last season.
DO YOU KNOW
That Seattle has the finest
billiard parlor In the world 7
Com* in and see.
BROWN & HULEN
Second and Spring Third Floor
tIEI.ECT DANCING y*%KTII>
HIPPODROME
fifth and I altmilf
( l«-an Amu»- mnjt
llnmffllk* Hnrroamlicf»
10 riErr. i n ion oi« iika
( om[>fleßl Dwarlni Trm hrm
W» guarantee the superiority of
the Lundberg Truss, ana give Irn
trial to prove It
A. LUNDBERG CO.
Trusses. Deformity Appliances and
Artificial Limbs
1I»T Til I HI; AIK.MT.
FREE ADMISSION
AT DREAMLAND
DA>Tl>'fl KVCBY EVENING
K\ KKY ONE W KI.COME
l OK WOMEN ONLY
w. v a and v r#-
Hal •*» remedy for I IMAI.K
UjU J TltOl II! I s AMI IKItMaU-
J) I.AHITIES. Cur«* the tnott
/ C obitlnat* caKi m S to 19
C
for $&. mailed In plain wrapper Money
returned If they fail after fair trial Hour*
» a- m. to I p. m. Sundays 11 to I.
HAYMONII HI Ml rv »().
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