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Thursday, May 16, 1912.
Special Features' Of Interest T*o> The TSmes 9 Women Readers
While the attendance at the
Colonial Baxaar held In the arm
ory has been fairly good so far,
yet the women are rather disap
pointed. Every one Is urged to
help In a charitable cause.
» • •
Tli* annual election of officers
for the Woman's club will take
plaoe at the First Congregational
church this afternoon.
• • •
The Presidents' Council of
Woman's clubs will take place at
th« First Congregational church
• • •
The Cosmopolitan rlub was en
tertained at a dinner given by
Rev. and Mrs. William B. Roe.
• • •
The women of St. Andrew's
church will hold a cake and apron
Bale at 92 8 C street.
• • •
The Clover l>e*f club will give a
dancing party at Palließ* hall this
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The Knight* of Pythian u;ive a
dance at Pallies' hall Tuesday
• • •
The Euterpeaa society will pre
sent its 10th program at the Tem
ple of Music next Wednesday.
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The Ladle**' Aid of St. John's
English Lutheran church will
meet next Thursday afternoon in
the church parlors, South sth
and I streets.
Bodding plants. Smith, 908 C. ••
"Just Say 00
Original and fionutnt
The Food-drink for All Ages.
More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
'Agrees with the weakest digestion.'
Delicious, invigorating and nutrition. 1
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in a inmate
Take no substitute. Atkfor HORLICK'S,
§9* Others are imitations,
On the elevator to the
fifth floor of the Cali
fornia building where
you can buy
Ladies' $2 00
The only place in
town where you can
buy $4 to $5 values for
$2.00 and $2.50.
A shipment of wo
men's white and tan
High Top Shoes has just
Booms 507 508 609
Take Elevator to Fifth
Open From 8 to 8.
Saturday*, 8 to 10.
What Society Women Are Wearing This Spring
Wide flanges are seen on many
of the millinery models, as well
aB ahirred pinking applied to the
brim edges. Taffeta Bhirred into
a wide fiange and* put on the bias
gives an Irregular and pretty fin
ish to the medium size straws.
Parasols of double-faced satin
are fashionable. Black faced with
silver gray, light blue, lavender,
green and American Beauty, are
especially prominent. Parasols of
ombre, or shaded silk, in which
the color shades to almost white,
are among the many other effec
Not A Jgjk
A head full of unsightly gray
and faded hair. —Wliy not have
beautiful, natural colored hair,
full of life and beauty—keep
yourself young looking and fas
Every woman wants to be and
can be, If she will use HAY'S
HAIR HEALTH to restore those
gray hairs to their natural color.
It. isn't a dye.
You'll be surprised how quick
ly the gray hairs vanish and how
young looking you can keep your
self by the regular use of HAY'S
HAIR HEALTH. Oet your money
back from your druggist If you
are not satisfied with it.
$1.00 and 60c at Drag Stores or
direct upon receipt of pric* and
dealer's name. Send 10c for trial
bottle.—Phllo Hay Spec. Co., New
ark, N. J.
"FOR s \l,i: \M> 111 I o\l >ll.\ 1)_
El> BY CROWN DRUG CO."
Now Is the season for fresh
new grass batter. The best In
th« market can be had at th«
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Corner Pacific and Jefferson, at
, Sproula's ", Special ORa
Bland i Colt— • '.T. .-. ... i &3b
> A SSe coffee for two bits. y
Upton'*, Tetley'a and ) :- l»fli»
Rldgways Tew, Ib . ..." OUC
Sproule's Tea. Best , ■ Cfl»
tea in Tacoma ...:.... v)UU
3 oaaa Cora " , . 9lif>
or i Tomatoes * .... .... |«■ w
Ariist Travels 'Round World
Dressed In Mother Hubbard
HARDNESS HEItMIONE YON PREUSCHEN TKLMANN.
SAN FRANCISCO. Mar 16.—
Baroness llermione yon Preachen
Telmann, one of Germany's most
noted landscape artists, arrived
here recently from the Par East.
The baroness is a faddist about
dress. She wears a tweed hat,
set rakishly upon the back of her
head, a faded Mother Hubbard
and a pair of canvas deck shoes.
She carries an old umbrella and
Is most unconventional in her
The trip just completed l>y Bar
oness Telmann is the flftli that
she has made around the world.
"I have been traveling since
last September," she said. "I left
RENTQN UNO pfjll
WILKESON T UUn
Good Tacoma !Eastern
■ iOur mill t wood Las
never been in salt water.
We give S. ft H.
Green Trading Stamps.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
Hera are some snapshots, just
reoelved from Washington, and
showing the gowns that leaderß
of society are wearing on th«
street and at oat-door functions.
n the upper left hand corner Ib
seen the Countess Ilcrnßtorf,, wife
of the German ambassador. Next,
to thes right, is Miss Glady
Hinckley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hinckley, the girl
.pronounced "the most beautiful
I have seen in America," bythe
former Russian ambassador,
Helow, to the left, is a photo
graph of Mrs. Edward Beale Mc-
Lean, owner of the famous Hope
diamond, and daughter of the
late Thomas F. Walsh of Chicago.
The boy is her son Vinson, "the
billion dollar baby."
At the right is s«en Mrs. Ed
ward B. Hrooks, chatting with
Britton Brown, both well known
feociety folk in Washington.
Berlin with the Intention of cross-
Ing Africa. I made some pictures
of the famous ruins of Kahml
and the Victoria Falls at Zambesi.
I crossed the Transvaal, spent
days in the desert, camping in
some places where the lions roar
ed all night. Frequently my life
was endangered and fires had to
be built outside the tent to scare
the beasts away."
At Honolulu she made a num
ber of pictures and now she In
tends to paint the Canadian
In addition to her painting the
baroness is the author of twenty-.
fly« books, the latest being a vol
ume of poems, "Crown of Pearls."
■ Don't ■' ■
'''-^.. ..'■■:' OPENING'""
a Check! ,' Account with i- this
bank If i you* have | any k\ money
transactions. ".",»•' x' ?.■
; '■ To Identify yourself ■ with '■:.-. a
sound | banking *■ Institution ; Ilk*
this means more Chan the mere
d«co»itlng of money and checks
; — means an r.U ■ around * help
fulness In business. >'sV> -i'jvt
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>X>K "BIHMAItOK II."
I', hi Miss Grey: My! but "Illsniarck II" Is a parasite!
No wonder he is so familiar with tin* meaning of the word. Ha
is hanging on to ilia plant "Deadly Night Shade" nu<l it la ao
kind of a mother to suggest "Water ljiljr" to "ftlankshead" It
would be throwing "daisies" to a swine. He has "witch hazel"
and needs "verlienla." Young ladles, beware of his "tuberose"—. .
lie lias not a "|«insy" to spine for you. Turn your back on him
and hand your "four-leaf clover" to a "Mom rosebud" and you
will never know "pureple hyacinth." A MI-.V.s AKIIOH VINT A.
Oenr Miss Grey: I think there Is something the matter
with lliemarck 11, ho doesn't seem to think very much of hi*
mother or her sex. I think men make women what they are a
niul that we should try and help those that prove bad. I was
raised to respect all mothers au my own, and all young ladies
as my sister*. BACHELOR.
Dear Mis* Grey: Your judgment is warped against "His
marck II." .1 am twenty-four and a half and looking for a girl
just like the one dear old dad married. lint she is nil, I guess.
Where is there a girl who would descend from the clouds and
rear a brood of sl\ and give their dad an uncomplaining smile
and caress. When I find one there will be something doing in
the church line right, away. Hut, alas! the woman of today is
brenking hearts at eighteen; nt twenty she want« to marry some
rich old man's money; at twenty-one she's a suffragette.
A.—Luckily women do not belong to the specie that rears
broods. And If ever she does I hope the father of the brood may be
a man devoid of cynicism whether he is 20 or 80 years of age.
DKKPLY ll* TiOVK
Dear Miss Grey: We. are two girls who have a peck of
trouble, and come to you for help. We are deeply in love, but
are not sure of our friends' affections. .
, The young men we are going with seem to be smitten with
another girl. They will spend a part of an evening with us,
then go to see the other girl and stay until lit, or 10:30 o'clock.
Should we continue to keep company with them, or not?
We are not sure they like her best, and caring for them as
we do we don't want to give them up. Although they often
speak of the other girl they never take her to parties or dances.
Please advise us what to do. V.I, At lv KYKS, AND BROWN.
A.—First, make up your minds that no matter how deeply you
are in love you won't make fools of yourselves. The deeper you
.fall in love" the sooner it Is over, la the general rule. If the young
men are simply friends they certainly have a right to call on whom
they wish, but it would be best to not always be at home to them.
Have other interests and friends to occupy your time.
!*! INHUMANITY TO MAN
jp; . Dear Miss Grey: In the street in the upper part of the city,
f'i Raw an old man, who from hi* talk I knew waa well educated,
I', hut he was very drunk. In a nice little place near the street
there lives a well-to-do family, mother, father, and child. The
• old man went around to the back door, but the lady did not
come to see him, and I know she wan home. I asked • little
girl who he was and she said the lady's father. Then the old
man come out and walked down the street. He was muttering
to himself. Do you think it was right to treat ones father that
.way because he is a .drunkard?. ; . NINA.
- ■•■■ —No, indeed, Nina, and the proud woman and girl will some
(lay regret it. The liquor habit is a disease, but one than can be
iiurcii if the patient will consent to use his will. It is too bad some
one has not helped the old man to understand this.
'■%Y-': WRITE TO HIM -'-'- -'■ '-':- '--■:■ -::' • .-'. j
Dear Miss Grey: I want to ask f<«> a few ! questions. .1
used to go with a cripple gentleman, well lovsd by all his friends
and who did well in business, and we were to have been mar
ried a few months ago. About a week before our wedding I
dropped him, he then sold out everything as he was heart-bro
ken and went home. He had started to build him a store and
fix up for me. I dropped him because I was afraid he would not
be able to keep me and my child. I loved him and he loved as
dearly. Do you think It would be all right for me to write to '
him and make up as I cannot forget him. - MARION.
A.— write and tell him of your foolish fear, and that you
are willing to help .'him. His mind Is not necessarily crippled be
cause his body la.
Don't ■<>« Up Too Quick.
Dear Mis* Grey: I am a
' girl of eleven. . Do yon think
a girl of my age should slay
in the house after | supper?
My father objects to my going -
.. out, but ray mother doesn't
care. I him invited to parties
• and never allowed to go.
What shades of color would
be nice for me?
v SCHOOL GIRIi.
• —My dear, a little girl of
eleven years should not. attend
evening parties. Her place is at
home, unless she is out with her
parents. ••*■- T .
Be a merry, happy little girl
while you can. You will be
"grown up" a long time. Blues,
pinks, browns and white will be
pretty colors for you.
The Kissing Question. '•/■■/<
Dear Miss Grey: Should a
young man of eighteen ask to
'. rail on a young girl, or should
the girl invite him to call?
.... What is the meaning of a kiss 1
• on the forehead, cheek -or
lips? Do you really think it
- wrong for boys and girls to
; kiss? .... I. am criticised by
some as being slow, by others
. as being fast. ■ D. M. G.
gg A. —A kiss on the forehead de
notes X reverence, on - the cheek
friendship, on the lips love. Yes,
I honestly think It wrong for girls
and boys -to ■ kiss, s, The . tokens of
deep affection should be kept for
the "right one," and one becomes
common by promiscuous p kissing.
.Be ; a friendly, clean-minded girl.
(More Baldheaded Women Than
Men, Says Authority i
That's ; Why Women
Jf Should Abolish Dand
-.. ruff and , End . Scalp ■
v"i On* ; noted ■ authority i say« ! that
there are I five - baldheaded I women
to ©very four baldb*»d«d -| mm,
and loss of hair among. women Is
rapidly increasing. Tbis 5* is 'M a
startling • statement - published £ In
on* of the standard I magatlnw. \
This would j Indeed <; be j distress
ing news for woman were It not
for ■■ the s« fact X- that fy PARISIAN
BAOB | will *urely j prevent toes of
hair from either men or women. i
Ladles' don't worry; | this great'
authority may ,be right and may
be. wrong. Just put your faith in
PARISIAN 8AOB; It will keep
and you will be neither too fast
nor too slow.
A girl may with all propriety
ask a young man, in a friendly
way, to call.
Cynthia's Answers to
Enutnclaw Is 742 feet above
To thicken the hair, apply cas
tor oil to the roots twloe a week.
The only president married In
tbe While House was President.
To bleach th« skin, bath In
warm water to cleanse the pores,
and than la sonr or buttermilk
for twenty minutes every day.
Fiunlgatlng with sulphur or
formaline Is the best way to rid a
house of bedbugs.
It is poor taste for a man, when
he Is escorting two ladies, to walk
between them. Ha should take
the outside of both.
If white or light colored gloves
are gently robbed with bread
crumbs after each wearing they
will keep clean a long time.
David Livingston, the Scottish
missionary and explorer, was born
at ninntyre, Lanarkshire, March
19, 1813. He died near Lake
Bangweola, Africa, May 1, 1873.
for you aH the hair you hay« now
and : crow for you tin abundance
of new h»lr;^^*4M|MtßMMl
S$ PARISIANSAGE •;, Is th* most
■delightful v' and ; : invigorating hair
dressing in the world; .' If . you' do
not I use |It dally you are missing
• glorious treat. * It Is not a dye
and does not contain a particle of
dangerous sugar of lead or sul
phur. : - ' . "
wit will banish dandruff, kill the
dandruff J germs ■ (cause of m bald
new), atop falling hair and scalp
lt«h jla P two weeks. PARISIAN
SAGE : also ; puts ■ lustre f amd ' radi
ance • Into dull faded i hair. Large
bottle SO cents at all drug and
department ! (tores : and , at , count*
ere ; where | toilet I goods v are I sold;
Refuse «f substitutes. Ask »To»
PARISIAN SAGE — tbe girl with
Auburn' hair ,on < every carton and
bottle. "Ylrges Bmg 00. guar
"MARY 1 OF ANOTHER "PASSION
v PLAY" IN TYYROLEAN VILLAGE
Another "Passion Play" has claimed notice in Europe, rivalling
Oberammergau. It Is given by the peasants of Erl, a picturesque spot
in the Austrian Tyrol and has been a feature of the vintage life
regularly for hundreds of years, although not given with the regu
larity of the Paslon l'lay at Oberammergau. The picture above shows
Maria Mayrhofer as Mary the mother of Jeuus.
Cynthia's Recipe Exchange
Dear Miss Grey; I would
like it few recipes for inex
pensive salads. Thanks lit
advance. M. K. W
Here are a few: Salad Dress
ing—Half teaspoon gait, % tea
spoon pepper, 'i tablespoons vine
gar, 4 tablespoons oil; stir until
well blended. .... . ■
New Cabbage Salad —Shred
cabbage very fine, add half the
quantity, and Vi the quantity
chopped blanched almonds. Serve
on cabbage leaves. ■ .;,.'■',
Lettuce and Radish Salad—
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The»e Are I*i>lcf< That Will Sell. Special Attention to Omt-ot-Tovnt
Prepare and arrange let turn
leaves in a dish and place on the
leaves radishes, scraped and cut
In thin si Ires. Oarnlsh with rad
ishes cut in halves, or whole small
Asparagus Salad—Cut away
tough part of asparagus, tie or
■lip rubber band over each (our
stalks, and cook with the tips
above the water. When done re
move, and run through rings out
from red peppers, a r ran KB on let
tuce leaves and serve with salad