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_ THE TACOMA TIMES _
Kv«Tf livening *:\<«>|»t Sunday by Th« Tucoma Times Publishing Company
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Only mother! She won't care if we leave her alone; she doesn't
mind • , ■■,
Only mother! You wanted a tennis racket and she gave you the
money that she was saving for a calico gown. But she didn't need the
piwn; she said «O.
Only mother! She hasn't had anything new this summer. Rut it is
different with her; she Is old and you are young. Of course it is natural
'that you should want frills and ruffles; she doesn't care tor them.
, Only mother! She wouldn't enjoy the picnic. Besides, she hasn't
time to go; there is work to bo done. She told you so Why, bless her,
she had "lots" rather stay at home and finish that weeding in the gar
.den. Didn't she say so?
Only mother! Her hat is out of style, but that isn't the reason why
she didn't go to church Sunday. She laughs at style and doesn't care 1!'
Ler lot lies are dingy and faded. Didn't she tell you, Just Saturday.
Only mother; It isn't necessary to go down again. Mother won't
mind the forgotten good-night. You would feel hurt if you were tor
gotten, but mothers are different somehow. They don't care about little
. And so mother sits alone. Mother goes without the calico gown.
Mot In i doesn't care for ruffles. Mother enjoys weeding more than pic
nics. Mother loves faded gowns and old-fashioned bonnets. Mother isn't
sensitive; she doesn't care if she is forgotten.
So, too often, mother has a corner in • the family, a corner all her
own, and one trow which she seldom moves, but from which she scatters
the blessings that are hers to give.
Too often, mother 1 Is "different somehow," and husband and children
believe it. accept it— until she Is gone.
In too many homes mother hi a part of, and still not of. the family
Strange as it may seem, sons and daughters think that mother does
not feel as they do, does not care as they care, is not hurl as they are
But MMM day when their own hairs are gray and they have sons and
daughters of their own and the memory of the sweet, patient face of
mother comes to them across the years, then will they Know that
mother \M4v n<>« different.
T" en will UM) know that, tlioiifih her lips smiled, her heart hied
That though her tOUgye spoke lightly, her soul was filled with (mml
That though Hie thoughtless ones believed she did not care, her heart waa
seamed with scan ami her pillow was wet with secret weeping.
Oh. reniemlier that mother ees*. That in her love she wishes
others ii> ferget hi ■■ needfc, sfce wishes other:- to k". '<> dress, to he say.
lint she cures.
Mother i- not different; siie feels, she suffers, she can weep, she inn
AISOTHER SUCCESS STORY
■ Jerome Hill Raymond, who has just been called to the presidency
"of the now Toledo university, began life as a newwboy,, ; ,•,>,
Hi« capital m din- cent — borrowed from his Bister. He didn't hide
his talent In a napkin after the manner of the unprofitable servant. Ho
■Mule it grow Into a bank account,
Hl* mother was a good woman, who kept him from the vicious hab
it, of some of ( the street boys. H>> would not light unless some fellow
made the first attack or pitched lino a smaller boy. Then he would
fight like a wildcat.
Tin' boy wen) to night school and at the age of 14 was an expert
monographer and typewriter. Today the fingers of his right hand are
plishtly twisted. Thai came from using a pencil before his young bones
Itad hardened. * V-
At is he entered college at Bvanston, Mind you, he had no father
and his mother was an Invalid. He took the full course and cared for
his mother and sister— and paid for a home 11 the meantime. '
That, makes you tike Jerome iv Raymond. '
He graduated with honors, taking the oratory prize and some
others. He became. th« valued secretary of the late Francis E. Willard.
Then President Harper offered him a $3,000 professorship in Chicago
university. Now he hast been elected to organize a brand new university.
II i.-< the old Btory.
They all read nearly alike: Humble beginnings — integrity — hard
Work- —keeping at It—success.
j in the bright.lexicon of youth there Is—or ought to be—no such
Word us fail.
MAIL FOR ALASKA
Assistant Post master Morse an
roiiiKcs that tin- next dispatch or
wall for ITnalwka and IHlakla, Alas
X£Vk The "Walkover" man and
a $ "Walkover"
/*. i I I lily are known the world around
/ i & \ \ I|\ We are tin* Walkover
lJ^a 'llil V 1 JrtW^l man in Tacoma.
( t3. Afl^J^ij^t^ W(1 shuw tivo different
\ \/ # • H^F leathers made up in twelve
Nk, "^^^ _' _ _Mt*^ different styles and every
fU/f j^ I ""'V/ft I one > a a fern. There are
IMI r I \SJ other shoos as good
Vw\J fll^ 1 they
Dickson Bros. Co., Hill Pacific Aye.
Ua. hihl virlnity, and for NMbagak
ami ail lliislol bay points will be
scud mi th<' slcamship Si. Paul. Tiu v
\<'ssrl will sail from Sun Krinuisco
.)iil.\ I] and the |M 1 dispauli of mail
Croon the local ofllce will Iprvo T»
lonia .lulv 10 at 9:30 a in.
• GOOD TASTi:. NOT MONEY &
• MAKKS A WKI.I, DRESSED WOMAN •
• By Cynthia <Jrey. •
Much Is said about taste in dres3.
Taste in dress depends on two tilings.
First, upon a desire to look one's
best; second, upon learning how to
The woman who drosses in good
taste is never showily dressed. She
doesn't have a great brass brooch
on one shoulder and a row of imita
tion enamels down her shirt, waist
front. she doesn't appear In colors
i ii.ii swear at each other nor does
■-'"• wear in the morning what is
pretty only In the evening She stu
dies herself and she studies others.
Some women seem to be born with
a knowledge of what is becoming to
them. Others nuist acquire this
knowledge with careful study. It Is
It a woman doe not. know what
looks well upon her; if she has no
Idea of what is or is not. becoming
to her, let her look about her for a
woman who is her style. Let her
look for a woman who is built like
her, and is colored like her. A wo
man must be honest with herself in
this for it is hard to believe thai we
look like some people we see.
If possible find a woman who looks
like you anil who is already accom
plished in the art of dressing. Don
copy her methods but permit her
style, her arrangement of colors and
her way of getting into her clothes
to influence your Judgment.
After this has been done, after you
have identified yourself, leave to buy
in the first place nothing on the
bargain counter is cheap if it Isn't
what you want. If the bargain is
off color .or out of harmony with you
and your complexion or temperament
avoid it. Bui if a woman has stud
ied herself and others and under
stands herself and her own style she
can use the bargain counters wits
excellent results. Always avoid what
is unusual or striking. One never
feels comfortable in a garment that
spells bargain on the face of it. But
many materials will clean beautiful
ly and such garments of materials
are often bought, for a mere song
• Till: skwim; CLASS •
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Elizabeth Van Orm has begun in
earnest to make the muslin garments
for her trousseau. She is to be mar
ried in the fall. This set Is trimmed
almost, entirely with embroidered
beading. The corset cover is unique
in that he trimming is only on the
IN SII.K (US IINKN.
The first dress Him! Miirv Malm
Hiown has had Bince her wedding
!is a blue linen. li is peculiar In Mint
both bodice and skirt consist of box
plaits. Even the sleeve Is set in In
plaits. There is little ornamenta
tion; only the shoulder straps, col-
1 IIV L/VOl
To buy your Groceries,
Fruit-* and Vegetable! is
Buelow's Cash Grocery
1303 C Street, corner Thirteenth.
TELEPHONE MAIN 509.
THF T.I COMA TIMKSJ.
because they are soiled.
In buying shun Imitations as you
would shun disease. Nothing makes
a woman appear bo cheap and so
common as to be decked out with
imitations. This is especially true
in Jewelry. When a woman cannot
afford a gold chain she is better to
be without any chain than with a
cheap brass one. And it is no less
true with dress material. A pretty,
correctly colored calico gown makes
I woman far more attractive than a
cheap, gaudy, imitation of silk. Wo
men may stumble when buying ma
terials. but they fall quite down
when they yield to imitations of an;,
sort. Much of the had taste ex
hibited in the dress of Ihe women
Is due to the fact that they cannot
let the imitations alone.
Buy of a color which suits Hie
eyes and hair. If you don't know, if
the pattern of yourself which you
have found, doesn't tell you. ask
some one whom you believe in. Af
ter the color of the gown is decided
upon let the other garments be pur
chased to harmonize with it.
Build your wardrobe as an arch la
built, with a keystone. Lei one color
predominate and let others form a
pleasing harmony or harmonious
In combining- colors observe na
ture. You will flnd green combines
nicely with almost any other color.
Watch the Mowers and the colors in
the fields for liarMiioin and contrast.
The women who 1 have not a natur
al understanding of color combina
tions must train' the eye. Good dres
sing is merely a matter of training,
afte rail. Any one can learn to be
always neatly and' becomingly clad.
Money has nothing to do with taste
in dress. .Many of the wealthiest or
women appear 0 absolutely dowdy.
This is because In Spite of their mon
ey they refuse to study themselves
and insist upon ''wearing what lias
been beautiful ■upon some one else.
Only women otjlie same type, the
same coloring and "the same form
can wear the same kind of clothing
with like effect. '
front. The shoulder straps are of
ribbon, knotted plainly, and across
the hack is a simple edging, the same
that finishes the front, gathered very
slightly. This is to do away with
the possibility of the lace on the back
of the cover becoming twisted and
showing through jt.he waist. Double
beading can be used or two rows can
be sewed together. Lace beading
can he used if desired, though it is
not so durable. "- • • ■
lar, cuffs, and vest of embroidery.
She wears the suit with a red bell
and red shoes, though she wears
it with white shoes and white bell
on hot days.
How to Place the Breakfast Dishes.
Head of table: Coffee stand, cups,
saucers, coffee strainer, sugar bowl
With tongs, cream jug, bowl for any
Foot of table: Carving set, table
Cover: Berry dishes.
Left side of each cover: Fork,
bread and butter plate, napkin.
Right side of each cover: Knife,
three teaspoons, tumbler.
Knives should be placed with the
sharp edge of blade turned toward
Place salt and pepper holders In
reach of each person.
in the warming oven put covered
dishes for cereal and potatoes, plat
ter, breakfast plates and plate for
Arrange cereal dishes and spoon
for serving on side table.
Two minutes before the meal hour
place dish of berries at each cover,
butter on bread and butter plates
and rill the glasses.
Too much form is not practical for
the woman who is her own house
keeper, but It is necessary that meals
be neatly and daintily served. The
happiness and health of the house
hold depend upon it.
The Love Apple.
The tomato is also called the love
apple. Ii is a native of tropical parts
Nature beauty In the stone
is developed and brought to its
perfection only by skillful
cutting and artistic setting.
Rabies, Diamonds, Eincr
alds, and all perfectly cut,
beautifully set, fairly priced.
914 Pacific Aye.
R. I. ELLIOTT. 313 Fidelity bldg.. phon«
Red 6882. . Patents guaianteed at lowest
eo*t. Send us your ideas.. We make mapi,
machines drawing!, tracings, blue prints.
of America. Plants grow in height
Iron two to six feet. The highest
plants require support, 6iive the
stems will not support the fruit.
The fruit is most common in Italy,
appearing vith almost every dish.
both as a fruit and as a relish.
: Social and J
• Personal I
Mrs .1. C. Stallcup entertained
yesterday afternoon at her home In
honor of Mrs. Talbot of Denver, wlio
I is the guest of Mrs. Robert McEl
venney. The rooms were handsome
ly decorated. In the hall the stair
case was Wreathed with ferns and
scarlet ramble. Punch was served
from a massive cut glass bowl in the
reception room, which was prettily
decorated with bunches of nastur
tiums and marguerites. The table in
the dining room was daintily res
tooned with garlands of smilax and
pink roses, while a large candel
abrum with pink shaded candles or
namented the center. Assisting the
hostess were: Mrs. W. L. Jones and
Mrs. H. B. Dewey, at the ptincil
bowl; Mrs St.one and Mrs. William
Bradley, in the dining room, and
Mrs. Raynor and .Mrs. BigloW in the
Professor X. Hill Nesbltt gave an
interesting talk on "The Sub-Con
scious Mind" yesterday afternoon be
fore a large and appreciative audi
ence. This was the first, in the series
of psychological lessons which lie
will give every Thursday during the
Miss L. Louise Lindsley, formerly
of Ibis city, will be married to Mr.
Louis C. Parsons tomorrow after
noon at I! o'clock at the residence of
the officiating clergyman, Rev. Al
fred W. Martin. After the wedding
the bridal couple will spend the sum
mer visiting the points of inte.est
along the coast.
Bel more ii. Browne arrived home
Tuesday from New York, greatly im
proved in health.
.".Irs. B. B. Broomell left yesterday
C. B. Purr left yesterday for New
York for a visit of several weeks
Miss Blanche Young and Mr. Ed
ward Bcullo were married yesterday
at Ihe T.icoma hotel by Rev. Charles
■ - "
Miss ZeeVe and Miss Ida /Ceove
ca.me over from Seattle this week to
visit the Misses Winkelniaii.
Mrs. \Y I, Moulton will leave to
night for an extended visit in me
Bast and at the St. Louis fair.
There will be an excursion of the
hirst church Epworth league on the!
steamer Crest this evening. The
Crest will start from the Flyer dock
at 7:45 and the public is invited. A'
double male quartet will sing dur
ing (he frit).
Star Stables, general livery delivered.
Phone 139. - •••
The Public Service Bureau
Has for Sale:
I.— A 22-ft. o-horsepower gaso
line launch, latest model; must be
sold within two weeks.
2.—Four ladies' bicycle*, all In j
good repair, cheaper than can be
3. — Surreys and traps as good as
new and at less than half price.
4.-One Shaft piano, showing no
wear whatever, just half price.
If you wish to buy horses, cows
or chickens, examine our list before
investing, It costs you nothing and
will surely save you time and money.
Wo have a large and growing list
of real estate, including some snaps
If you wish to buy, the list is at your
Would Like to List :
I. —Some good second-hand furni
2.—Suites of unfurnished rooms?
Remember that you can 1 save mon
ey and time and add to your comfort
by refev.-ing to us for a boarding
place or for furnished rooms. We
have a large list of the best.
Call us up for anything you want.
. The Public Service Bureau Co.
1116 Bernlce Bids. Tel. Main 747.
Look for our ad each day under
GRIFFIN TRANSFER CO,
Coal and Wood
Sole Agents for the Renton Coal.
Two yards, one at 1930 C St., Telephone
Main 580; the other yard at So. 11th and
L, Telephone Main 104.
aj*llfn \ tit j [*J>Jj
OAVBB OPTICAL CO.
one who understands the eye and
its relation to human ills. 90 per
cent of headaches are caused by
eye-strain. Consultation and ex
Room 20S Luzon Building,
Cor. Thirteenth and Pacific Aye.
A NEW ICE BOX
should be chosen for five things.
First, its economy. Will It pre
serve the Ice or melt rapidly? Sec- . —y Mjßk >». 'j j
ond, Us efficiency. Will the food ;% , ■ . . ,-Ja yS£ fnß|H
chambers be really cold even for li ' -"i 118 i tfffi'S
a reasonable time after the ice [' •' 1 jjffPl QM fini?
.man has failed to come? Third, Its ff\SSJBXr AMW HI G ffl
cleanliness. \yill It be easy or dif- H fS !#* ' MM |!i 22 ?3
Bcult to clean every part? Fourth, || Qc! fK^lllfeij S<
Us appearance. A nice looking re- ** W-t, .-, V ia^E ■' HrtKo^wviv'
frigerator adds zest to your appe- " ' U*^ ■^"'IHL v
tlte. A poor looking one does ex- 6 ~\ H tßk • JS*^%
actly the opposite. Fifth, its Ap ' B^/kf|V
price, which must not be more -.'/J I lIViJ
than moderate. . ■"_MrM *£a~^
KEFIUGKKATORS T\ CnCUUI Bk
embodying all these points are ■cl^l'f>^l . I^^^ f
now on view at our place. The I^^^* \ir\mii\.
morning is the best time to call.
11. W. Myers & Co.
I>calcrs in Hardware and Furniture
James 2576 Corner 11th and X
SIP Optical Goods
L \V A " 906 C Street Graduate Optician
Hrvffkl r%r> It c* ai- Af< <If nd«r New Management.) If you
llultl lyUtllCMCr wish for all the comforts of a home.
™""~~™""^~1~~1 ~"~~™~~~1 without the annoyances, go to the
Rochester; everything the best. Families given weekly or monthly rates.
American plan. Mrs. E. Forbes, Mgr. F. J. Carlyle, Lessee.
I—l r\4-r%t Cn *-M /-»*-».*■• one of the DCS hotels in the city Room
I I Old osmson and°ard^ m t0 *°.00 per week. AH
,■______^_________^ the accommodations of a high-priced hot}!.
—^^—^ —^_— _^__—___ Corner 13tu and E, on Cable Line.
SEEKS RICH PRIZE
The Neptune Salvage company of
this city has undertaken to raise
the wreck Of the Canadian Pacific
steamer Islander, which foundered
near the southern end of Douglas
Island several years ago.
The company has obtained permis
sion to attempt the raising of the
wreck, and careful preparations have
been made. Two of'the best divers
on the Pacific coast are said to be
members of the party which is now
near the scene of the accident. A
barge with a' pumping apparatus,
diving bell and many other necessary
machines and appliances is anchored
at Ihe point where, the ill-fated boat
is supposed to have sunk. The diving
bell has been successfully tested In
¥ . 1(0. 2? cents
j Sold under a $500 guarantee
tliut it contains »<> cream of
tartar or grape acid, or leaves
any injurious deposit in any
food in nhicli it is used.
! I 25c per lb. Of All Grocers.
We carry a large stock of th«
latest improved sanitary fixture*.
1130 Commerce Street. Phone Main 'ml
We rent, repair and sell all Standard
, New Drop Heads from $15.00 up.
Second-hand Machines from $2.50 up.
C. A. KRONA
r. 'phone Red 1385. 035 Tacoma Aye.
~ CLASSIFIED ADS.
\, FOR SALE— REAL ESTATE.
ij • —
$700—5 lots and new cottage, So. 42d and
O. Apply to owner on premises.
FOR SALE —$50 Washburn Guitar,
concert grand, for $20. Address
B. C, Times office.
FOR SALE—CHEAP—I National Cash
Register, 5c to $1.00; also 1 $150 nip ho
phone, the largest on the Coast.
SIMONS' LOAN OFFICE,
1215 Pacific Avenue.
ALL kinds of second-hand clothing bought
and sold. 1146 So. C St.
TRANSFER business for tale. Apply
J. 8., Times.
~~ BUSINESS CHANCES.
WE have just received a fine line of Elec
tric and Combination Fixtures, every
thing new in finish and style. Be sure and
mi' them before buying. Tacoma Electric
Co., 761 C St.
YES, let 1. W. Adams estimate on your
papering, painting, tinting. He's quick
er'n a wink. Red 1776.
I l«!M 123-1123
Ed Laßount.y's Barber Shop
Is the place for first-class work. I
guarantee to stop the hair from fall
ing out with five treatments.
It is said the work is progressing
favorably, though the ice«old water
is a serious obstacle. The divers are
unable to stay on the bottom for
any length of time. The steamer
Finch is lying near the scene of op
erations, prepared to aid in the
search should it be needed. Word
has been received here from Juneau,
which is about 2 5 miles from the
scene, that the party thinks the
wreck has been located.
Should the wreck be raised the sal
vage company will realize a large
sum of money from the venture.
TIME IS MONEY
You will have both if you have your
watch repairing done by
L. S. DAHL
941 Commerce Street.
TMJSSKS, ELASTIC HOSIERS',
We carry a complete line.
Sayre Drug Co.
j 1106 Pacific Avenue.
Cut Glass Punch Bowls.
Cut Glass Salad Bowls.
Cut Glass Mayonnaise Bowls.
Cut Glass Finger Bowls.
These are a few of our fine
Cut Glass Assortment.
The very lowest prices for
Edward I. Salmson
■ Jeweler, Watchmaker and -
930 Pacific Avenue. '
FOR House of six rooms and bath
at 2355 Jefferson aye., corner of 25th
street. Joshua Peirce, 726 Pacific Aye.
~FOR RENT -APARTMENTS. ~ "
UNFURNISHED apartments for rent.
Suite of five rooms and a suite of four.
rooms in Grandin Apartments, No. 919V4
C street. Inquire of Mrs. Higgle, in the
building, or of Joshua Peirce, 728 Pacifia
FOR RENT—One suite ot seven to
rooms and one suite of four rooms, at
1921 Yakima avenue. Joshua Peirce, 731
W. T. and Bertha L. Thomas, Osteopaths,
814 California Bldg.; 4 yean of »uceea»
MONEY TO LOAN.
*YE loan money to clerks, bookkeepers,
mechanics and other employes. H. C.
Lucas & C, 410 Provident Bldg.
TO LOAN—SI,OOO or less on real estate.
J. A. Trost, 524 California Building.
MONEY TO Loan
Long Time, Low Rate.
Dillon & Kylte
402-403 Provident Bldg. Tel. Red 8267.
RAG Carpets' and Rugs. Rugs made from
old Ingrain or Brussels carpets. Hoi*
Bros., 717 So. 11th it. Black 2325.
O'NEAL HOUCK—Carpet cleaning, up
bolstering, furniture repaired, fathers
renovated. 309 So. J St. vt, one Main 325.
L. L. LOVE, M. D., 2UI Lu.-on bldg. ill
John 2141. 501 Ainsworth ay. Tel,
ATTORNEY S. *
WALTER LOVEDAY, 618-19 Berlin
Bids. Tel. Main 310.
WASHINGTON TRUCK CO.. J. C. Hew
itt & Co. General freighting, household
goods, safes and pianos removed. Office
109 Tenth St. Office telephone, John 231 L
Cam telephone, James 2311.