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Adolf 1 c First Day on the Force- He Takes a Disturber in Tow. Word* by Music by Oondo. STRONG TEA! IS QUEEN ANNE IHATTIiE TEAM HAS YET TO MEET DEFEAT THIS SKA SON — PKKKINS' itOOTEKS MUST SHOW SOME 3PEBD TO STOP THEMSAME IJXK I UP WILL ntOIIAIILY KB USED. After the second Seattle scalp Ihe Tacoma boys are putting la their hardest licks this week to lie In the beat of shape to meet tlie undefeated Queen Anne team next Saturday In wlmt promises to be the most Important game of the season outside of the one With the Everett eleven already played. Queen Anne has a 33 to 0 victory over Aberdeen, the team that won from Tacoma 21 to 19, although there has been a big strengthening in the blue and gold since then. Coach Perkins expects to use the same line-up as in the Broad way game although the men sent In last made so good a showing that they may start the game. 17 JOIN TACOMA YACHT CLUB The Tacoma Yacht club Is trowing. Everybody was to be a »-a-l-l-o-r. At last night's meeting In the Commercial club 17 new members ■were Initiated Into the organiza tion. Tfcv.'s men will soon be come accustomed to the briny and learn to shout "Ship ahoy" with the beat of any of 'em. Also, it w«i announced that the fleet was free from debt and was ready to go ahead with any improvements necessary. The new members are: C. H. Hyde, A. M. Ingersoll, Grant S. Hicks, R. B. Anderson, ■William Vlrges, Edward B. Hor gan. Thomas B. Curran, L. R. Planning, William Jones, W. F. Sneard, P. H. Hebb, Ralph S. Stacy, Frank S. Baker, George Milton Savage, S. M. Jackßon, D. I. Cornell and Alexander Balllle. Merchant's Delivery Moving and Storage . Mala tea. Clothes From Maker to Wearer HURRAH SALES! OUR clothing is priced consid erably lower than others, even when they are giving hurrah sales. Our $15 Suits and Over coats for Men are regular $25.00 values and can be depended on at all times. $15.00 always and always a $25.00 value. Thats the way we do business. We guarantee satisfaction. Come up and investigate. Take Elevator and Save $10 Herbst Clothes Shop Entire Second Floor, Bear NATIONAL REALTY BUILDING Cowboy, Sailor, Lumberjack Prize Fighter All In the Course of Twenty Years LUTHER M'CAHTHY'S FIGHTING POSE. I.udi.i McCarthy, who will fight Jim 1 Ijnn for the heavy weight championship of the world in Los Angeles December 10, has IM-en alxiut everytliing else except heavyweight champion. He hiut ix-.-n a district messenger boy, cowlx>y, farm hand, lumberjack, deep sea suitor, bill "sticker," roustabout, and many and various other things, i>f all the fighters now in the ring he has hnd the most picturesque career, Luther McCarthy was born March 17, 1802, on a ranch own ed by his father, thirty miles outside of Lincoln, Neb. Luther was always outdoors and most of the time astride a horse. H4g mother died when he was less than 2 years of age, but It was not until his father sold the ranch, In 1901, that Luther struck out for himself making his first Btop at the home of a relative In Colorado Springs, Colo. Here he NO stayed for nearly two years, at tending school, much against his wishes. He had no liking for the classroom and to %vold it took "French leave" In the night and started away alone —and ipennl les3. He wasn't 12 then. The old wonderlust again took hold of the big boy and he made the Jump to Los Angeles. In Southorn California McCarthy spent several months, then Jour neyed back to St. Louis, but did not tarry long, making tracks for Boston, Mass. Once there Mc- Carthy hiked to the wharves and shipped from the Argentnle capl man." From there he shipped twice around Cape Horn, then on a Norwglan bark for China and Japan. It was off one boat and onto another for three years with him, finally landing back in Bu«noa Ayres and then making his IBKt trip on the water, "jump ing" the boat on which he had shipped fro mthe Argentine capi tal to Boston, when ittwas outside of Mobile. Having seen the greater part of the world, McCarthy drifted Into Culbertson, Mont.; ho. learned there was to be a battle In the town and decided to stick around and see the fuss. He tied in with one of the principals as sparring partner. He had, from his ear liest youth, liked boxing and whether aboard ship or on land never let pass an opportunity to fight. Jan. 7, 1911, he went In ag a substitute for a tighter who had "run out" of a match against Watt Adams, heavyweight cham pion of Canada. McCarthy put out the champ In the second round. , He and Adams afterward went on an exhibition tour and Mc- Carthy attracted the attention of Tommy Burns by beating Joe Grim, the "iron man" of Phlla dephla. Tommy looked the big cowboy over and told him h» was liable to be clianiulon of the world some day. McCarthy, with this encouragement, plunged Into . the game In < good earnest.: '• : • (;' He : first attracted nation fame by knocking- Carl - Morris cold. THE TACOMA TIMES. WHITWORTH IO WORK REAL HIIRO GAMES WITH WILLAMETTE AND INDIANS MARK IT NEC ESSARY TO BKND A SQUAD OF 18 MIA TO OREGON THIS WEEK — HARD PRACTICE ORDERED. Preparing for the hardest week of the season the Whltworth col lege team is working its head off this week getting the plays down to a fine point. Thursday the team leaves for Oregon where it meets the Willamette eleven on Friday and the Chemawa Indians on Saturday. Realizing the need of extra men when the games come so close together and with fetich strong teams, Coach Ghorm ley will take a squad of 18 men. The Willamette team has made a fine showing this season while the Indian team Is said to be very strong. When the locals reach Salem they will have a store of trick plays under their caps and depend on these to win form thetr heavy opponents. Packey McFarland threat ens to retire from the rin*, which Is another way of put ting it that "Packey" Is en couraging a number of light weight mutts to take a chance at, or with, him. Mordecai Brown Is Lost to Baseball (By United Press Leased Wire.) TKRKK HATJTE, Ind., Nov. 12. — ■Mordecai Brown, the - former three fingered twirling marvel of the Chicago Cubs, will never pitch again, according to the an nouncement here today of a phy sician ■ who has ■ been . attending him. I Brown injured his knee and the physician claims it will never heal . entirely, and ■ that j another injury to it would result probably in the lon of the lee. 1 '£ i '„• ,- Owner , Wagner of , the Terre Hante club has made an offer to Brown to be his bench manager, but Brown believes he Is still. the property. of the Louisville . club. ADD MEMBERS TO PIERCE COUNTY ATHLETIC ASSN. BIG BASKET BALL LEAGUE The Pierc* County Amateur Athletic association has been en larged and the city baafcet-ball league has gotten under way bet ter as the result of a meeting held last night at the Y. M. C. A. building. St. Leo's grammar and high school were admitted along with the Cusbman Indians and the Taconia high school. Sporting Observations In The Sporting World It Is open to suspicion that Ad Wolgast will consider New Orleans a rather warm climate from now on and also consider some of the New Orleans people warm folks, especially one boy of the Crescent City named Joe Mandot. Our Idea of nothing to play in this part of the coun try at this time of the year Is a pastime that the sport ing Bcribes now and again refer to as a game of base ball. Truthful report recently Bald that Clark Griffith kill ed an enraged deer by hit ting It between the eyes. Thats nothing; Corkey once killed a two-pointer by slap ping It on the forebead with a bed slat. From good authority we learn that checkers Is a game. Up until recently we Imagined it was an affliction. Why this injustice? Sea son before last Ty Cobb was given an automobile and went on the stage. This year Cobb wao not given an auto mobile and he did not go on the stage. What's the answer? Is Cobb afraid he might Tyrus? Kalamazoo coach called off a football game to get mar ried recently. Isn't this a sort of lese majeste or some thing like that to old Alma Mater? Garry Hermann declares for revision downward of the. split of the .players' share In the world's series. However, If you will notice Garry is not for a similar revision of the national commission's share. "Rute MarQuard Threat ens to Study Music" runs headline. Very likely his career ag a Caruso will end with the threat. Since he won fame as a marvel at halfback , Jim Thorpe, the Indian, has fre quently shown a disposition to become a "full" back, but the role doea not fit him so well. Judging from th« differ ence of opinion existing be tween Rube Marquard and Blossom Seeley's husband, It Is evident that "Rube" con siders Blossom's husband a mere bloomer. German scientist an nounces the discovery of cowless milk. Many a milk man beat this scientist to that discovery many a year ago, and w» won't have to bring in the "pump" to see Olympia Boat NISQUALLY UtTM Municipal Dock Dally at .. •- ... • a. m. am* 8 p. m. '- . Th» i:00 p. a. Trip Coniaeu >-V.= lor Bholtoa i.... t stoning | Uim Olympic fi « 11: II p. but «:0« p. a. MAGNOLIA — Oljropla for Tacanu aad Saattl* 7:10 a, m Phooa limta <!••. . ; . ;; . Manager Hoake was elected chair man of the basket-ball commit tee. Messrs. Cook of the Y. M. C. A. and Rlley of the U. P. S. were selected as a committee to draw up a slate of the officer* and to Issue a call for the annual meeting to be held at the associa tion building one week fronjj Wednesday, November 20. A schedule will be drawn up soon. you make the connection. Some say that "knocking wood" routs the Jink. Just the same, we note that "Buck" O'Brlent will lose his Job for knocking a certain Wood that is vory popular In Boston. "French Feather Is After Bout With Americans" de clares headline. What's It to be —a tickling, matchT Wolgast is explaining now. If he had fought a little bet ter the other night explana tions would be unnecessary. Where's <^^L W __/ No matter how old it is, no matter how long- standing your kick or how much you've misused or abused it, dig out that jimmy pipe! Get it right back on the firing line I Jam in a bunch of yurT^^^p^^^jr?' uDlfilffET AI BIfISTP Ss^gpss^i 7 PRI Nbfc ALdcRX KLSw^yi^^^^^Sll |l and hook it up to a match! What's the answer? IwHIHS m Wh ?' it'll J ust about vlse y° u up as to why Prince I'i^^^^Bi Albert leads the band—can* bite your tongue! - HfwL iHiffl Prince Albert is just as famous rolled into a cigarette ■I i / J^lfc. itiiM, ft as ** x* re(* up in a ii m. m PiPe -' I* Puts a new and Ml HPf mA '^^ M delightful taste right into your mouth. r' liiil hHM I^M » ny man w^° ro^s up aP. A. cigarette after using I** fHH n I^9 W' M ie chaff-brands and fire-brands, knows he's been \S Woki. VH W WIM M in ad for a on 2 **me P. A. *? crimp cut— \\ A «ll /liHt a can roll it in the wind. And it's long burning, 1* Mmlfob&mUwMm^ % holds its fire and gets you cigarette joyous I ? | M^^^ml^^^^mi. % . Sold •vrytvhir* in 5c to/joy red bag; 10c handy ;t V"; y a^^^^^^^^C \ *"* tin« a"d '""""' and half-pound humidor*. I hW^^^^m^A R' J# REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY 1 COPS TO HAVE REVOLVER RANGE The city policemen are to have a revolver range. Just as soon as the cement work ers can be obtained from tho city a room will be prepar ed for the men and close competition among the cops will be the feature of the shooting. Humane Officer Van Voris stated yesterday he had a room prepared that would answer all purposes but that It would need a coat of cement to complete the job. Just Nothing. "So young Harris is a non entity." "Yes: ho has no more Influence than a voter who neglects to reg ister."—Buffolo Express. TRAVEL ON THE "MILWAUKEE" BETWEEN Tacoma and Grays Harbor Trains leave Tacoma at 8:40 A. M. and 5:40 P. M. For particulars regarding fares and train service, call on or address CITY TICKET OFFICE 1001 Pacific Aye., Tacoma w Joint Passenger Statiot., 25th and A St. Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1912. SECOND PERIOD WINS 2 OUT OF 3 (BY R. W. BKIIi.) Another round of the basket ball tournament was played off at the High school last night when the Second and Fourth . Period teams came together. There was much rivalry between the two classes and the boya were pretty rough at times. Th« Bcorea for the three gomes were: Secoud Period —First team, 13; Second team, 10; Midgets, 6. Fourth Period—First team, 11; Second team, G; Midgets, 7.