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The Brigand of the Mask Isn't in It With
the Tacoma Barber; There's a Good Reason
' Some of the Shave Artists ', Have
• as Much as $17,500 Invested in
"■ "^ Their' Fixtures and , lay as
: High as »16 a Day Rent—
.' They Have to Make It " Up
friimiol.fiM, Don't They? -
The brigand of Calabria, who
wears a big, fuzzy felt hat, and
who holds you up from behind a
scarlet ma«k and a brace of .4 4
gung is an infant in the game
compared to certain Taconia l>ar
Bear this in mind, friend, the
next time you wander Into a ton
Mall Old, fVLITTLE MONjECT>^jj*V Everything
Killed at »-i»i i nir pi 1 |^SS#f^\\ Sold on
Prices »AUnUHiBWBIBH»Hm^^^W .........
51-Piece Fancy Decorated Dinner
i Set, Saturday Special, $4.65
SPECIAL jfJlfiS^L. SPECIAL
$4. to ify^^m $4.b5
Reg. Price IS||f*!uM^^M| ReS- Price
81-piece fancy decorated dinner set, with floral decorations, all
large pieces; no butter chips. Regular price 7.00. C>l PC
SATURDAY SPECIAL v $*tiud
Saturday Special 79c for Universal Food
"Wagner" Ball Bearing Chopperfor9Bc
No. 7 Size Waffle Iron -^JvlL
VtSS ■fp^afittbP^^^' Family size Univer-
Bill food i hopper, i
A book of recipes with every waffle Iron, with four knives; |
The "Wagner" Is absolutely the best wlu ch °P ftll kinds i
waffle Iron on the market. Regular price of vegetables or
$1.00. Saturday 7Q_ meats; reg. price '
only r 7bC $1.25. Sat. QO«
f^jjLf^^t,Qt.flJi rOB DETROIT JCWCL STDVCS 8 RAWCtS^^^^yl
1501-3-5 Pacific Aye.
ATailor Made Suit
w—^ w t * « ■ g 1B8SBLBIK9S3HBB& ° DOC(i to ip.°k sloppy
lUI Ct 1 idllvl ivlU i|k HHHIISr ir>^ hand-mo-down or
_ I I |^^^^^^^ "misfit parlor" clothes.
UOWn I riCC I KB IP^H^ We guarantee all of
fIMB W^ ■ Blour Suits and Overcoats
Tomorrow we offer for $15.00 a Suit. Overcoat BMB jjfflhfc. ERb W" c made of the best
or Oravenette that will cost you $20.00 to $25.00 HHB SmmU^m fabrics, strictly man
at any ready-to-wear store in Tacoma. We want mH^m^P^ tiiilored. and up-to-the
you to know that we have no competition. JBIMI minute in style.
Largest Manufacturers of Woolens and Men's Tailors In the World
UNION MADE THE LABEL ALWAYS
/tfe'dl Bui You (an always depend The label in our Suits not only Jk^^m mat
%X ea [" upon it. Our clothes are guarantees them union made Tl* J f""
■^ ra l^k made by union help which but also guarantees that they *? &bk
All I iff is a guarantee of honest are the best suits that can be A lj mm B
%Ar JSk %tr workmanship. , made for the money— %Ar A %Jr
Pariflc m mwmm/Jr J*mmJcfir^ P T
Avenue f^p^^^^m^^^^^^^^m^m^^Bi^^r Avenue
' : ■ ' ' ' f aiiilWl^liffiniiiwyMWif"™*l3^!*^^*^jgiaataSair?sßiMy^ . ■ ■ : ■ '"
Tacoma - OilaMtttia !ra!F^ Tacoma
sorlal parlor with the Idea that
you are about to spend 15 cents
for a shave. If you are a human
bej^g and not Invulnerable to the
soft pedal salve that the feller in
the white cor, 1 hand! you, you'll
upend anywhere from 65 cents
up. The shave costs but 15
cents, to be sure, but think of th.
hair trim (25c), the Ran de
Cologne (10c), the hair stage
(20c)), and lastly, the Oaby de
Ly«, which costß as high as four
bits in some shops.
The manicure girl can garner
anywhere from 50c to $1 from
you If your handß need any atten
tion at all f which they probably
will, the little blondo will tell
you), and fio on and bo on, ad
The barber leads a merry life,
as Is evidenced by the fact that
some barber shops In this town
sport seven or eight regular
■have artists, two manicure girls,
a colored bootblack or two and a
Japanese porter. On top of this
they pay as high as $16 a day
rent for their shoips and have as . f
much as $17,500 Invested In I
chairs, mirrors and other fit- '
Do you wonder now, dearj!
friend, that you pay from 05 cents |
to $2 when you stroll into a bar-!
ber shop, mentally assigning 15,
cents for the treatment you are,
about to undergo?
The Importance of all this men
tal suggestion machinery to the
barber is the fact that If he Is
not up In it he travels frequently
and far. Barbering has been re
duced to the scieuce of selling
The clerks who dimply sell what
somebody conies and asks for
succeeds in starring to death
fairly well, usually. The barber
Is In a position to place his knee
on a customer's chest, draw a
razor across his throat and vol
unteer every luxury on the shop
The chances are that the cus
tomer would accept, but this
method is not generally endorsed
among barbers ot high standing.
They take the stand that It Is
more barbarous than ibarbering
and borders on the crude, n Is
unethical. The approved way is to
insinuate Into the customer's
mind, after It has been neatly
fallowed, the surpasMns idea of
For Coal or Wood
The Hottentot has a heavy
: cast Iron firepot, boiler Bteel
body, extra large ash pan, good
size feed loor, nickel plated
rails. Conies in 3 sizes—
No. 11l $7.50
No. 113 $8.75
; No. 115 $11.50
Other heaters, all prices from
| $1.95 to $20.00.
A. Gehri & Co.
111S Taronin aye.
Phones: 402, A 4402
THE TACOMA TIMES.
bow Boul-iatlafylng th« full con
tents of the barber 1)111 of fare
really Ib, regardless of coat.
The next logical step Is ««ent
to the ensuing casual Inquiries,
all of which nets somewhat'more
than a cent to the barber. He
works on commission as well as
We hope county optionlote will
never sing "Pull for the shore."
If you are for water, boys, be loyal
to the last ditch.
Catarrh Germs Most Be Conquer
ed or Health Will be Destroyed
If you have catarrh, you must
vanquish an army of p«rslatent, |
destructive microbes before you
can get rid of it.
You might w«ll choose your
weapons, declare war and annihil
ate this army of catarrh germs
right now. ■ ■;•;. -
Stomach dosing won't kill
them; neither will spray* or
HTOMEI, a pleasant, antiMptlc,
germ destroying air breathed over
tho entire membrane will put
catarrh gftrma out of business in
I HYOMEI (pronoDDO* It Hlgh-o-
Ime) is gnaranteed to end catarrh,
asthma, coughs, colds, and croup.
or money back. If you own a lit
jtl« HYOMKI hmrd rubber pocket
Inhaler you can get a separata
Ibottlo of HYOMEI for . only 60
c«ots. If you haven't an Inhaler,
buy a complete outfit . that only
costs $1.00. Sold by th« Crown'
Drug Co. and druggists every-
Corner of Pacific and Jefferson
Best Butter on QRft
Earth, lb UOO
Fancy lowa -Qfir
Creamery, lb UUw
2 lbs. Full Cream nc
Wisconsin Cheese www
5 lbs. Silver PC.
Leaf L>ard 031/
Medium Pall CAn
3 cans Mount AC.
Vernon Milk tUb
1 bottle Tacoma 'j- 4C «
Catsup I Ub
Selected 9 An
Don't forget that we can
stive you 1 Oc per lb. on coffee.
srnoii.K'H SPECIAIi OKn
to motheii ' -(CwfflC^ ''■■■Jl"'W^:*=£- -/■ — I I *l .#-^-4- |«V^ to pathkh
You expect )S3K^^ #* 'wF%>f\ 'f\m ■ I /*■ II r* What effect
vi your noy. fi'MfcCr* ■ . ' *■* „ J&»O 00 you wbcn,
ever heard .vW^ki^^ ¥¥ C ■ T fls^r boyT Your
rr.ur 'SI; ' We Have 1 omorrow s™ <
his clothes? £^^ ■■■■■■■■■■^^^■■■■■■^■■■■■■■■■■■■■■^■■i * stimulant.
Aside As a Special Day For Your Boy
We feel that we have been neglecting him of late. Have you? To make it a rousing —to
make it a day that every boy in Tacoina will remember, as well as his birthday, we have gone at
great length to be prepared. i
OUR BOYS' CLOTHES ARE NOT "SISSY"! They're MANLY clothes for BLOODED
BOYS who are not afraid to climb a fence or turn a "somersault." SPECIAL PRICES ON
ALL BOYS' WEARABLES TOMORROW!
d?C Aft Boys' Suits, Boys' Reefers, (^Q /IC
tpU.UU Boys' Overcoats - - - H>O.*frsJ
HERE'S THE VALUE that will create the biggest commotion tomorrow—soo Suits, Reefers
and Overcoats, stacked on a long counter for your quick and easy choosing. The SUITS are all
knickerbocker style. The COATS are made like "dad's," with the "Presto" collar. The
REEFERS are cold proof. Every garment is made of all wool fabrics and is worth d^O AtZ
$5.00 regularly. Your choice, tomorrow, only SlOil^
50c Boys' Blouses 27c $1.00 Boys' Knicker Pants 59c
They come In blue or tan chambray or black sateen. They Good old-fashioned mothers will be delighted with these.
wiH wash and wear like iron; 50c values. 07/» They're the moleskin pants and corduroys that never wear
Your choice, tomorrow only £1 It out; regular $1.00 values. RQf»
$1.00 Boys' Sweater Coats 79c Your cholce> tomorrow on'y '••••■ :..,••• wOU
They're not all wooi?, but there's Just enough cotton in them 75c Youths' Shirts 42C
to make them wear like iron; colors of navy and oxford'— Chambray Shirts in plain blue, tan or brown or neat JO.
made with the interlocked stitch; regular $1.00 values. 7Q*» stripes; all sizes. Your choice, tomorrow only HiLL
Your choice tomorrow I ww ■ —Main Floor.
Over a Thousand!FßOM THE MILL
Pairs of Trousers TO THE MAN
WML^. ' Mi* The renowned Carhartt's , , . * mh
llWffllSbJNi surplus stock. Regular $4.00 Our men s clothing factory -^WL
IWlflwHuim and $5.00 Pants Your is located at 112 Bleeker st., £^T
1 / li:lW' m/l\ 'j mm choice <fe'-| Of- New York city. Nothing jCM^r^
itlmMmtwk tomorrow *** * •**** but the ha st fabrics such a, s (m^Wm<
11/l/lMif .Iff By a lucky stroke w<l S(' " "Oswego" serge, Parker & f[jmmMS^
\\SiWIW\Wn "'''< l Cail iartt's surplus Wilder's Thibets, and Wei- /MOmMjW
iWiWlWi'mil stock of "ion made work lington worsteds go into our i^Hp'
llvmlWU I>imts' toSetbei' with the men's clothes. toSSEM
IWffil llif I en°^ m°U/ St°C^ °f 4 .(lreSS Yon k' 1' 'he middleman's profit \ %W&Sj^^M'\
1 lI'XF Wm\ I Pan tS Il'Om the famOUS when you buy here. That's an old PIIIPPIP
I BT'lNl lMsiVmiJ l*Tpplv'fllmr<T Rrn«» "stall" isn't ft, but we back it up K^CjSff&T
m*UJ **aji iJLCKtunll = 1>1O»' with the right price To convince the WJmWSM
'SKgk *, A Sure Cure for Baccy sU<?p*u' u1 ' wo "•'" tomorrow only Hflffl
<^JH *- ** KJtiio wuig i\3L UGtggy Suits ifk4tf% P*/V rffiw>j[ VVi?V&
Trousers—Get a new pair! Ivipn Q overcoat* $12 SCI ffas Wll
Get a pair that fit and will stay fit. Rework- 1W T f e^ "St »0? JI V
ing pants come in Jinglish corduroy. The dress we believe in them and will back /ipM lag
pants are made of the finest imported tweeds them against any of the iib.oo and / M B
yanity aiy nniuo 01 vie nntbi linpoiiea tweeas $17 50 garme nts that any store in / Vwk Wk
and cassimeres in neat, tasty patterns. They're Tacoma-can produce, strong talk, but / tMj [p
worth as high as $4.00 and $5.00. $1 QC &™*^£°s£ &S£K& IjF* M
Your choice tomorrow, only Vr *• •U*J in! t» ***
Greater Reductions, Men's Wool J[j e Sensible Winter
'Jil Underwear Garment ~gT
/fm¥s fff' 11 /m One of our contemporaries r* m. C* x. inmsfc\.
MWi ft exclaimed last week, "How Sweater CoatS fl!^
§^ J M I /3| can you do it'?" We do it " " " ' ' Wslm
sfiTil M&r because we believe i.i vol- They're practical. Every man who [JBgjl^
MIKU/ji^\ "n"'' Weare 1!"' greatest wants a sure hold on absolute com- WsJSXf
li\\\W™lP distributors of Men's Un fort is wearing one these days. You'd VQ '
|\\\\|ilwiP derwear in the Northwest, better get yours here tomorrow!
mJ Here's value for you! _, , „ x , , A _ __
$1.25 Wool Underwear 85c 500 Men's Sweatercoats, regular $5.00 d»o no
A good weight for cold weather in colors of fawn or brown, Values. YOUr Choice tOmOITOW ytfUO
S?tuai'va?ue te|l2'B nde "* '" aSS° rted COl °rß> 6htß " """Sc"' I» this great lot you'll find the new and popular "Veao" col
latnrrtav Hnerlal 85C I" sweater coat, with the collar that disappears or appears
Saturday special www &t your command Then there's the roll collar and a host of
$1.75 Wool Underwear $1.15 others. Some with pockets, some without, but in so large a
Here's the garment for the particular man, shirts and drawers range of collars that you will surely find the one you want.
in natural gray, vicuna, fawn or tan; a heavy cold-proof gar- They're regular $5.00 values. ('*} DO
ment; values up to $1.75. ©1 IC Your choice tomorrow / JfciWU
Saturday special $I• I 0 $2.00 Men's Wool Mixed Sweater ©1 39
50C Cotton Underwear 39C $2.00 Men's Sweater Vest's!! made like the ordinary (1 AJZ
Heavy Cotton Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, 4 colors to choose vest, in tasty colors for <p I i*t*J
from; a regular 60c value. QQ#» $1.00 Cotton Sweater Coats KQp
Saturday special OdU for •< ■» www
—Main Floor. • —Main Floor.
Ours is a Union Store—Our Tk a "FuZZV-WllZZv"
Clerks Are All Union Men ; —— — — —
We are "Headquarters" for Working Men's 1C tllP 101111131* l\Pi\
Wearing Apparel in Tacoma. *Z_______i—————-—
j4wUs&%dswK?fa. We take particular r T'I • xffi^^.
AfS^BMß^^Mfk pains t<> keep quality S IllS V CSIF
pafl!" Values torlbo- which is finding much favor
<»^&rt morrow, to-wit:— °and "LaTfor these lfflS^^»
$1.00 Carhartt's Overalls 50c hats at some stores. d»O z?(\ WW^Pw'
This world-famous brand is first in the hearts of all loyal union Our price . (P«iOU WMr'
men..Hip or bib, in a variety of patterns; the reg. Rfl« '
$1.00 kind. Saturday special 3UC English Golf Caps—You'll see more men than over wearing
OvershFrts 'for'" 6 FlaDnel aDd Peniberton «0p caps this winter. We've got the large English golf cap in heavy
?0 Vc WHst ILength C^Vii' Hogskin Sg** Zl^J "16 St°rCß CftU " a $I<6 ° VH'Ue- $1 00
or Hprsehide Gloves for ODC P * 'lUW
$1.00 Heavy J«reey CC/» Derbies and Fedoras for every shaped head, Mallorys, Stetsons,
Overshirts for OuC Ix>nfords or Dubllns, or nn
—Main Floor. 91.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 to $OiUU
:IITr Y THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Sole agents of the
2 10? cans Cafnat'ion \I / m/WM mQJ i/^if^r 1 much desirprl Print
ci«an r « s 7c # M f/^\A/t 11 VJ.4A/I t/g/ Mi \/tr\ zess garments aiulJ
25c botOe Snldor'B or MM W^ S
lf%B T*PrF' 10C L**+m0 timmm^^mmm*---** o*'^0 *'^ Pictorial Rev ie J
T'£^fiES^* p»^«o aye & Commerce Street at 15th Patterns for women^
Friday, yov. 8, 1911