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PAGE TWO.
Adolf
Rushes Into
a Wager,
But Loses His
Enthusiasm. '
i ,
Worda by Bchsefrr
Music by Co ndo.
I THE UNITED CLOTHES SHOP
I SPRINGS ANOTHER BIG SURPRISE I
I We have purchased through our Eastern connections a big lot of the celebrated Hart »1 i
■ Schaffner & Marx Clothes, also a big assortment of "UNITED" DOUBLE LIFE SUITS, with W ,
■ two pairs of trousers to each suit to match. We are offering at each price-values and assort- g|
■ ments which surpass in clothes bargain giving anything ever known in the history of Tacoma *1|
I merchandising. j^S& \ '
I Choice of Hundreds of *§ OUI* Choice I
I •^ft\«Ww Of any Suit or Overcoat in our Hj
I UUlld /rw/\liß^ house that others charge up to $35, X
I Overcoats /ifl "" $1 KOO I I
Id- i. 11l W '|)lOIUU i I
I IxStHICOAtS ]^O rai A big assortment of the celebrated! fti
I That usually sell for up to $20. if^W ill If V Gl_ ££\ 1
I «.t . «, r.. vL* Hart, ocnarr- |
I "United" Price iL^bl L .. '■' I
I $10.00 wW^- ncr •'* Marx i
I ' H H • CITITC 'i
H Just our way of showing the Ta- ©EsiSs* Ov-/1 El^ H
■ coma public what real bargains are. JM . •..-,.. ■ ':ffii
I Understand this: Every SUIT, OVERCOAT, RAINCOAT and TOP COAT in our entire 9
■ stock is a saving to you of from $10 to $20 on each and every one. c ' P
I BUY TWO SUITS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE §
■ Satisfaction as to fit, shape retaining and quality fully covered by our iron clad guar- r ' H
I antee of satisfaction or your money back. Our assortments are so large that they assure ||
■ you finding a perfect fit and pattern just to suit. |a
I Big Savings to You on Pants at $1.75, $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 |
I kll IW 'm™ 111 JI l"j w^WHrii^wL
CMrter Goes to Moose Lodge.
Moose lodge has secured the
services of M. R. Carter, former
physical director at the T. M. C.
A., to take charge of the new
physical department which will
RIGHT HERE
> You get the best clothing U '^^^.. 51
values in this city. You //' y/
don't need; to take our < \ Kn A'Ut V
word for it — any of i>m'mh«l - Jj m
our hundreds of customers f^f^JyfSS^
or come and Investigate MJ^JHJ ML
for yourself. It will cost m f^ff|PlßJ B
' you nothing to find out. llml W
We make suits to order nluS||nffl3^^H[
$20 to $40
We have several fine suits
and overcoats left on hand HP"^' r ; f |
: from orders we will sell I J '«**^^3^H '
$10 to $20 b^
The Herald Tailoring Go. - ;
Established 1889.
' ■-' ' Geo. It. Young, Prop. ., ..V - ' ,]g|
110 So. 12th St., Opp. P. 0.
start things next week in the
lodge gymnasium. Classes will
be held on Monday and Thurs
day nights. Smokers will be
given at which wrestling and
boxing will be featured.
MIDGETS PLAY
QUEEN ANNE
The Midget team of the Ta
coma high school defeated De-
Koven ball team in an exciting
game Wednesday, by the score
of 28 to 15. The Midgets meet
the Qneen Anne team of the
same class in the Stadium Satur
day and a fin* game is expected.
Broadway also claims to have a
team which will give the other
Midgets a run for their money.
FRESHMEN PLAY
SOPHMORES
The Freshmen and Sophomores
will meet today In the Stadium
In what Is expected to be one of
the hardest games yet played In
the Inter-class series So far the
Freshmen are undefeated and
hope to continue the good record
bo that no extra game will be
necessary to decide the school
title. The final game will be
played on Monday, when the
Junior-Senior battle comes off.
i Pacific Coast League I
• •
Standing of the Clubs.
Won Lost Pet.
Oakland 113 79 .689
Vernon 11l 80 .682
Los Angeles ..107 84 .560
Portland 81 93 .464
'San Francisco . 86 149 .437
I Sacramento ... 87 118 .359
THE TAOOMA TIMES.
• Here are some figures •
9 unmatched in any other •
• world's series: •
• Total paid attendance, •
• 252,037. •
• Total receipts, $90,833. •
• To national commission, •
• $49,083.30. •
• Total to players for four •
• games, $147,471.69. •
9 To Boston, 60 per cent 9
9 of this, or $88,543.01. 9
9 To New York, $59,028 69. 9
9 Each of the 22 Red So*. 9
9 $4,024.68. ' 9
9 Each of the 23 Giant*, 9
9 *?...!.'.!•: 9
GRACE LEAVES I
NEXT TUESDAY
Jack Grace, former boxer and
globe-trotter, will leave qnUhe
Shldziioka Mara (or China. Tiles
day and will set up a
aohool In Pekln. The receipt* of
the benefit given him In T*c§ma
will not quite pay for the irlp
to the Orient second clasf, fbut
Grace hopes to get across the
briny some way. Friends are
talking of providing the neces
sary funds to take the old-Uiner
to his destination.
DR. BOYER
CHIROPODIST
Colonial Hotel
Phone 5970. 7th and Pac. ay.
ENTIRE TOWN
TURNS OUT
(By United Press lieased Wire.)
BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 17. —
Flushed with success from their
victory over the New York Giants
the champion Red Sox today
were given the highest honor
Boston could bestow —a reception
and laudation in what the Hub
calls America's cradle of liberty
—historic Fanueill hall.
Arrived at Fanueill hall, they
were greeted by Mayor Fitzger
ald and many other city and state
officials, who lauded them to the
wild cheering of dense mass of
Rostonese, who jammed the hall
and streets for blocks around.
The players presented loving
cups to Manager Stahl and Jim
my McAleer, under whose owner
ship the club rose to world cham
ship fame.
Wood, Bedient, Henr^cksen,
Gardner, Collins, Speaker, Wag
ner, Engle, Stahl and the other
stalwarts of the team all received
the heartiest personal ovations,
Hooper especially being* singled
out as the man whose playing In
the outfield had done more than
any other to make Boston's tri
umph sure.
Merchant's, Delivery
Moving and Klorago
Main 168.
tffilHllr^^ Often it is mistaken for $35 and $40 by admiring friends. English Woolen Mills -
liPdalli^^ made-to-measure clothes have more than class. The first $15 you save is doubled
S&JIwJMr later on in service. And this does not mc lude the incalculable value to you of wcar
jSSj^ ing clothes which get you a warm welcome wherever you wear them.
m |p We buy the outputs of the best woolen mills—
employ the most expert union cutters, union de- dfSSjfr
mg signers, and union tailors —run a system of stores ritrnfflßefr. jjffisj!s& i
W located in every important city in the United States MHBraP A i ||2g2 ' '
■ and Canada and sell direct from mill to iJ^rL SPlf^^^
pa man. We do a large business on a smaller _jjt _*jfiL_*% /a^^KWv
|1 profit than others. That's why we save <?p\- —, #7*^fev ■
■ Choose from 500 Fancy
I Weaves & Shades in Cheviots AX/'^flr^^y '
■ Worsteds, Tweeds and Serges j|k^^ 11111111 -
Urn These are guaranteed all-wool fabrics and carefully shrunk. They Ilfllll^RHSißs&lSa iV^^JoAXVkxS^*"^
B make up splendidly. Our cutters are exports—they accomplish |l |Bffl |1 ISN,ASv»vBSSy
rjßfit -wonders after taking your measure. Our designers fashion gar- BB*ShSb ■HMHBn rV&O>N*»Sft»Stf
B mentß of distinction. Our tailors build clothes up from the inside ■ _ ; _;■ raffiiH iBBwSySa K*s«yvsS^sN
MSm, with genuine French hair cloth and Iriah linen canvas—water fEfSSßjfll WBjji SfvWNNWI vw- ■
H| ehrunk. Not a detail is skimped. Every seam, every buttonhole, HI nlliil o*SSc<v^Voll /
ja every pocket shows conßuniinate skill and care. •"'. BfIHH ■Sffiffi9n Vt£Sxv^Vvy f
S^S Thousands of fastidious dressers gave hundreds of dollars in com- iKwSal HH^£| nN.vs^v^svl i
Ha Ing to us year In and year out. Any one of them will be glad to BBH9 M £A KvNN»!xv«s?V^ t-
SSSS recommend us to you. You can't afford to fall to come and see BBSS ■ *S |VMvVO.XsVA3 1
£p what we have to offer at one-half the regular merchant tailoring HHBI B ft\W>N\\; ' v- [
iFNQLISn U/OOLEN MILLS 111,
B 911 Pacific Avenue j^^ W jffip?fc=J
CRANE AND BARCK ARE
NOT ELIGIBLE TO PLAY
A squad of 19 men, represent
ing the Tacoma High school foot
ball team, left last night at
7:30 for Spvkane, where they
will meet the Lewis and Clark
High school of that city.
The last practice was held in
the afternoon of the departure
«nd proved that the team is In
the best of shape to meet the
strong Spokane team. The fact
that it was Spokane who gave
Tacoma the lone defeat last sea
son makes the locals all the more
determined to win.
Coach Perkins stated how anx
ious the team was to score a vic
tory with the hope that Queen
Anne of Seattle would trim
Aberdeen, giving Tacoma a fresh
chance at Northwest laurels.
Capt. Horejs is of the opinion
that his team will beat Spokane.
The following men, accom-
WHITWORTH WILL PLAY
THE CUSHMAN INDIANS
Whitworth college football
team will play the Cushman In
dian school on the college cam
pus Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
Coach Kenneth Ghormley, of the
college boys, is making no pre
dictions about the showing he
expects his team to make in this
game. In fact he says "the out
look is not so rosy as It was."
Ghormlery sayß that his men are
pan led by Coach Perkins and
Trainer Ernest Jones, are maR-
Ing the trip to the Inland Em
pire:
Pringle, Goodman, Gardner,
Stewart, Crumb, Shumake,
Moore, Mulvey, Deegan, Larson,
and Brazell. linemen, and Gra
ham, Beymer, Coblentz Horejs,
Espeland, Johnson, Ruehmer and
Ivea, backs.
Failure to pass in two studies
has knocked out two of the
squad. Crane, end, and Barck,
guard. They may not be able to
play for the rest of the season.
Tacoma is lucky in having a
large number of substitutes as
both Crane and Barclt are good
men.
George Varnell, of the Spokane
Chronicle, will referee, with
George Calhoun acting aa um
pire.
not turning out regularly and
that they get hurt when they do
don the moleskins.
* POST SEASON
GAMES
White Sox (American). 8 12 0
Chicago (Nationals) ... 5 8 1
Lang, Walsh and Schalk; Chen
ey, Richie, Lavender and Archer.
Friday, Oct. 18, 1912.
BONOS WILL GO
TO KAPOWSIH
SUNDAY
To attempt to settle the dif
ficulty in getting Into the arena
again with Frank Farmer, the
logger, who gave him such a hard
battle in Eatonvllle some time
ago, Joe Bonds will make a trip
to Kapowsin Sunday. Joe is anx
ious to show that he can really
dispose of the big fellow and B.
A. Neil, manager for Farmer,
says he is just as anxious to see 4
the match go through, for he is
confident that Farmer will win.
Arrangements should be com
pleted soon.
WRESTLING BOUT
IS A DRAW
Following a lecture and mu
sical program at the Y. M. C. A.
Wednesday night there was a
wrestling bout 'between W. D.
Moser, holder of the Northwest
featherweight championship, and •
other honors, and William E.
Brown, also holder of several
medals, the struggle being called
a draw.
Omtr One "IIIUIMO QUIHIira"
That la L»xntlT« [Iromo Qulnlnj Look foj
the ilgnatur« of E. W. Urov». Cure* a Cold
In On* Pay, Car— Orip In Two D»y». 88Q.

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