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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1910.
WATCH THE "CHAMP 5 MCItMES IM THE PRESS HEREAREI9II SCHEDULES Tbe northwest college confer ence, which has been In session In the city, finished its work yester day, after having adopted flic fol lowing schedule of games: UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON October 28 —Idaho at Spokane. November 4 —O. A. C. at Seattle. November 18 —Oregon at Port land. November 30 (Thanksgiving! — W. S. C. at Seattle. WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE September 30 —Alumni at Pull man. October 7 —Gonznga at Pullman. October 14 —Montana at Mis soula. October 21 —Idaho at Moscow. October 28 —Oregon at Pullman. November 4—-(English Rugby) — Idaho at Pullman. November 11— O. A. C. at Corval lis. November 18 —Whitman at Pull man. November 30 —Washington at Se attle. IDAHO UNIVERSITY. October 21- -W. S. C. at Moscow. October 28 —Washington at Spo kane. OAK PARK BOYS IN PORTLAND (By United Press Leased Wire) PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 29.—The Oak Park high school football team of Chicago which thumped the tar out of the Wenatchee high School eleven at Seattle last week arrived in Portland today. The lads were put up at the Hotel Oregon. Tin- Chicago team and the Wash ington high school team of Port land are scheduled lo play for the Western high school championship next Saturday. The Portland boys have been training Steadily lor the game and are in good condition for the contest. The Winday City players lire husky and an excellent game Is anticipated. The Oregon boys 1 held two practices yesterday, once in the forenoon and once in , nel afternoon They will work out to morrow also. The Most Popular Young Lady in Spokane on Christmas Day Was Born in Virginia in 1587 Her Name Was: Virgin ia Old man Time lias not taken or withered her charms or taste, because wherever introduced she becomes ;i social favorite, and there is more of a demand and fall I'm- her reappearance than any other young lad} thai lias ever been before the American public. Beautiful to look ;it. peo ple love her taste- -the more they tasted, tbe more they pressed to taste her again. She was welcomed by virgin lips that none hut mother bad ever touched or pressed. Taken inwardly, they felt as though they had partaken of tbe nectar of the gods. They wei'e not disappointed, for she is the concentrated essence of sunshine that gives life to all; without it all would die. But she is no! selfish. As she received, so she •rives back again, bringing joys, gladness ami happiness to others, burying all sorrows, trou bles and cares. She carries the light that gives you the sight to see the mountain of hope that is ahead of you. carrying yon over the mires of despair, (let acquainted with her. In the fu ture you will have nothing for me but thanks for tbe introduction. Where can you find her? Oh. everywhere—at 7. r > cents a bottle, and Par kin's three stores. Special prices by tbe ease or cases, wholesale and retail. Don't Accept Any Substitute for Virginia Dare. The Minister Said: Durkin Is a Mqn of His Word} November 4—( Hugny i—W. S. C. at Pullman. ' November 11 —Whitman at Mos-. cow. November 23 —Oregon at En gene. November 30—I'tah at Salt Lake. WHITMAN COLLEGE. Novembei 4 —Oregon at Eugene. November 11 —Idaho at Moscow. November IS—W. S. C at Pull man. November 30— O. A. C. at Walla Walla. OREGON UNIVERSITY. October 28—w. s. C. at Pullman. November 4 —Whitman at Walla Walla. November 18—Washington at Portland. November 24 —Idaho at Kitgene. November 80— Multnomah at Portland. OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL LEGE. November 4—Washington at Se attle. November 11— W. S. C. at Cor vallis. November 18—Idaho at Moscow. November 30 — Whitman at Walla Walla. BOHIING The retail department in the QreenOUgb Bros.' league knocked down less pins than did the whole sale department, hut won. because they captured two out of the three Raines. The final score was 1903 for the retailers and 2010 for the wholesalers. In the Mercantile league the El dorados went down to defeat in three straight games before the crackerjack Jim's Market team. The total score was 2074 to 1917. At Wallace last night the Big- Five team of the Wallace City league rolled J7S."> pins in three games, and defeated a crack team from Mullan by ill pins. The Wal lace howlers will come to Spokane Sunday for a couple of match games. Please patronize John E, Lyon, low price plumber, 7">e cents per hour. Phone Main .">997. 616 Third avenue. *** Dare HERE ARE 1910 CHAMPS ABE ATTELL. Featherweight Champion, WASHINGTON —The unarmored cruiser Detioit has passed out of the hands of the United States gov ernment, having been .-old to R. I. Coi bin of New York city, the high ist bidder, for $20,000. SPORT SPICE DIAMOND GOSSIP READY LETTER WRITER FOR BALL PLAYERS Dear Boss: Am feeling line. Been chopping wood all winter and am hard as nails. Please advance it hundred. —Win. Pitcher. Dear Sir: I would like to go south two weeks before the team l<'avos. to take off a few pounds. Otherwise l am in great shape. Please send me $100. —C. Catcher. Dear Chief: There won't be anything to it but us next season. ! know I'm going to have a good year. Have been working in a foundrj and am feeling like it colt. Please mail me $;>(».- L. Field. If Doc Roller needed anything to convince him of his unfitness for heavyweight wrestling honors, that beating by Amerlcus filled the hill "Death lurks in the frying pan." declare expert cooks. Wonder if these "experts" ever ate a well-browned, freshly caught black bass in the woods? Chester Nourse, Sacramento pitcher, must be playing the Mordecal hunch- he allowed physicians to amputate a digit on his work hand. When ball players have to get money in addition to their salaries to remain on the H-2-O earl, their value even to themselves is about nil. You'd never Imagine Knockout Brown was a Greek—aa one Chicago daily Insists- to hear him say. "Ish dot so?" FAMILIAR QUOT ATI ON. "Honeatly, Uncle .lack, isn't she the sweetest baby you EVER saw?" HUGO KELLY WANTS CROWN (By United Press Leased W!re.) NEW YORK, Dec L'lt Planning to defeat all the top notch middle weights in America before the re turn from Australia of Hilly Papke, Hugo Kelly todaj issued a dial leuge to the winner of the Prank Alnntell .lack Sullivan fight which will he held at the National Ath letic club here tonight. WOULD SEND A TEAM TO ROSSLAND Plana arc on foot for the forma tion of n hockey team from thia city to compete in the international winter carnival at Rossland, I!. C, and it is probable that a fast team will he sent north. LOYOLA U. OF I. GAME CALLED OFF The game between the Loyola Athletic club basketball team und the University of Idaho five which was to have been played this af ternoon on the Qonsaga floor has been called oft because many of the ciack club players are out of the city on their vacations. I. X. L. TAMALES Special attention given to parties, lodge and other functions. Call us up. Phone M. 8402-R. WIIB Fourth Avenue. Inland Furniture Co. 0801 Monroe St. Cor. Broadway Furniture bought, sold and ex changed at reasonable terms. Phone Max. 2165 Burr Electric Company in Lincoln St. Phone Main 3.'.:t8 Prlcei reduced to cloaeAut re-j tnalulng •lock, / I*V THE. SPOIIANE PRESS RALPH ROSK. Champion Shot Putter. NEW CLUB IS ORGANIZED At a meeting last night in the office of City Treasurer .1. Oscar Peterson last night, the Spokane Howling tournament of the West ern Bowling Congress was formal ly organized. R. Lewis Kutter and Prank W. Smith were elected presi dent and vice president respective ly. Election of treasurer and sec retary was postponed until the next meeting. The object of the new associa tion is to boost and lo finance the meeting of the Western Bowling Congress to be neld in this city in March, and it is probable that the final work of the organization will be deeidetl upon next Friday night. AND 0-W.R.&N.NewCutolf SHORT LINE TO Wardner, Wallace, Burke Two trains daily. Leave Spokane Ba. m. and -:45 p. m. Arrive Wal lace 11:45 a. in. and 6:30 p. in. The new scenic route. Short trip on fast new steamer "Harrison" across Lake Coeur d*Alene. ST. JOE RIVER POINTS. Connection dnlly with both trains FRorrssoE graham teachss DANCING at Academy Haiti 330 Main .... .. .» every afternoon and evening at 7:30. Claaa, Monday uml Friday; aociais Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday v d Saturday. TBLErUOHE MAIN BSie. StandardTailoringCo You have tried the re»t, now trj Hie beat. Don't throw away your gar menta when not aatlafled with jour tiillor, but call at tho STANDARD TAILORING CO 412 412' 2 Granite Block Our branch alteration de partment tor Ladles' ami a.ntleiu.n'e hlgh-CIUa ttat minis anil all kind* 01 UB1« forma We will guarantee yen perfect satisfaction, tun || yearn experience li>*f Irai-i lass houses in Europe a rill th<t Cut* ted States atands us o«fl record, for we ere our own <\M signers and tailors and )ia«\ no eipenaWe locations, there! tore we give oui cuatometi the. direct benefit In quality and price J Also cleaning, pieaslna anl dyeing of the most dettcaw fabi lea at very reuHonabl " Ph.me Mala 1871 M We call »ud deliver freeL ZBYSZKO OUT AFTER GOTGH (BY United Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Dec. 23.—Zbyszko, the Polish wrestler, is the first to meet the challenge issued yes terday by retired Champion Frank Gotch. A thousand dollars to hind B match with Gotch was posted by the Pole today. He announced he would meet Gotcn any time and at any place. His only alternation In the terms proposed by Gotcn is that the side bet be for $lu,ooo In stead of $20,000. GAVIS NAMED FAR FIELD MANAGER (BY United Press Leased Wire) ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 29.—A re port that Harry Davis will be the field manager of the St. Louis It owns next season was received today from Chicago where Mark Ewing and E. Hodgman, the new owners of the team have been con ferring with Han Johnson. [Owing and Hodgman are expect ed to arrive here this afternoon when formal announcement of Da vis' appointment will be made, it is believed. For several years Davis lias been first baseman and right hand,man for Connie Mack of the Philadel phia Athletics. Mack is at present in Europe on his honeymoon and linal ratification of the reported dealfcannot be made until his re turn. OfOV CflOW Frank Qotcta has come out of re tirement and baa posted a forfeit of $2."i00 to meet tiackenschmidt or any other man. Mordecal Brown and Orvte Over all, star Cut) pitchers, have an nounced their retirement from baseball. ! Henry Qehring, of Cleveland, ; heat Walter Willoughby, of Buffa lo, N. V., at Cleveland, in two straight falls and won the middle -1 weight cbamplonßhip of the world. Micky Sheridan, of Chicago, out fougnt Tommy Kilbane, of Cleve land, in an eight-round bout at Windsor, Ont., last night. "Toots" Bcbulze, well known col -1 lege pltcner, and captain of the j Pennsylvania baseball team, will probably be in the New i ork American lineup next season. Hackenachmidt was unable to gain even one fall in his match i with Steurs, the Belgian wrestler, at Montreal last night, the match being called a draw after the men I had wrestled an hour and 15 min j utcs. A negro baseball league, with Chicago, St. Louis, New Orleans, Louisville, Mobile, Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City, Kans., and Co lumbus, Ohio, represented, was formed in Chicago last night. Zbyscko, the polish wrestler, de clares himself anxious to accept the challenge issued by Frank Qotch. At Los Angeles yesterday the Flanders "20" which was trying for the long distance no-stop rec ord, completed its 10,000 th mile and was still going without a stop. An attempt for the 1.1,000 mile record is now being made. $15 We Are the Original and Only Tailoring House in the State of Washington that will give you what we advertise. We have a large force of tailors in our shops, and in order to keep them busy during the dull season, we will place on sale for two days, tomorrow and Saturday, all of our fine mill ends that we sold at our own mills for as high as $5.00 per yard, We Imyejrrst enough of these patterns to make one gentleman's suit or overcoat. We will make to your for $1").00 no higher. Remember, all clothes are made in our own shops, and by the best aVffffimuwchanicK. We guarantee to give you the best fitting suit or overcoat you have ever had on your Tack. COME EARLY AND*GET CHOICE OF. THESE PATTERNS, ENGLISH WOOLEN MILLS RUGBY AT VICTORIA (BY United Press Leased Wire) VICTORIA, li. C„ Dec. 29—At 2;30 o'clock this afternoon the Vic toria and University of California rugby football teams will meet at the Oak Bay grounds lor the sec ond match of three for the coast championship, The team* are in tnorough physical shape and will Dr. farnsworth WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT PRICES WILL BE REDUCED ON ALL DENTAL WORK UP TO THE END OF THE YEAR. IF YOUR TEETH NEED ATTENTION IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL AND HAVE THEM EXAMINED FREE, NOW. Extra Fine Quality rf> Gold Crowns .... V/ Excellent Rubber rf* f Plates, Only DR. FARNSWORTH Red Cross Dentists GALENA BLOCK POST AND RIVERSIDE GERMAN SPOKEN LHaWaVaHM Corner Howard St. and First Aye. enter the contest with little change in their personnel. The California boys played the Canadians to a standstill in their match Christmas day and the pub lic Is all wrought up over today's game and an enormous crowd is ex pected. LAWRENCE, Kan.—Three earth quake shocks were recorded by tho seismograph of the University of Kansas today. The disturbance seemed to be about t!00 miles from the city. Spokane's Greatest DENTIST ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. Orandvlew defeated Belma by ■ 15 to 14 score last night at BeU»« after a hard fought game. Marcus won out from Northpori at Marcus last night In one of the hardest fought games of the seSV son the score being 33 to 13. University of Idaho five beat tne Harrison quintet 33 to 3t at Har ri. on last night. The game was a rough one. $15 *m\QM 9