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Saturday, Nov. 16, 1912.
Special Features of Interest To The Times' Women Readers
Cynthia Grey's Answers
IP I HAVE OFFENDED,
WHY DOESN'T HE
Dear Miss Grey: I was
engaged to a young man, or
at least I thought I «as.
He never asks me to go
any place with him; but
tells me of other young
women he has been to see
or been out to dinner with.
This may be due to my lack
of clothes. lam not a good
figure and am not and can
not appear swell and stylish,
but I hare a good education
and have had home training.
I have written to him,
but he does not answer my
letters. While visiting in
Seattle not long ago, I met
a fine young man from the
east, a young widower, at
the home of an old school
friend, and she has written
twice asking If he might
rail, and I don't know what
I don't want to be mean
or dishonorable, but I am
sick and tired of this dull,
lonesome heartache. I have
no |mi iimiiiiii home. Must
I refuHc this man und wait
for fhe first one, who never
comes near, and .sometimes
won't recognize me on tho
If I have offended him,
why doesn't he tell me what
it is? He is a fine, hand
some young man, but don't
you think that is a queer
way to caro for anyone? I
don't want anyone else if
he would treat mo right.
\\ lvii would you do if you
were me? K.
A.—lf a man refused to rec
ognize me in public 1 would cer
tainly consider the engagement
dff, and accept the company of
whom 1 please.
NO AMOUNT OF TINKER
ING" WILL DO
Pear Miss Grey: After
reading the enclosed valu
able clippings, I thought
they were too good to keep
myself, so concluded that
It would be a good enough
excuse for sending them to
"The Children's Father"
is a well written Instruc
tive little article which
touched Indirectly on the
"Chaperone Question," by
Katherlne Kip. "The Nest"
Is a heart-stirring word pic
ture entitled, "In Mother's
Arms." Then we come bock
to earth Again to find that
the "Profit of the Earth Is
for All." Now, many other
wise good people get a hit
suspicious when anything
savoring of socialism is
broached, but as 1 think you
have already taught yourself
to think Independently I
From the manly age of
13, I have "paddled my own
canoe," bat whether sinner
or saint, single or married,
young or old, rich or poor,
"no man Hveth to himself,"
and when a man gets to that
. point ho usually sees a
I,have turned the differ
ent problems over, have ex
amined them for a tangible
solution, and have conclud
ed that it will be left final
ly for national and interna
tional socialism to straighten
things out. Law of high
tariffs will not stop the
money maniacs; but there is
one sad fact that we cannot
There is one thing certain.
No amount of tinkering will
ever bring the niillenium.
Yes, it will be an awful mess
to unravel, tout it can and
must be done, if not for our
sake, for the sake of the
generations to come. A. W.
A. —I thank you for ytfur in
terest and for the clippings.
Each is a gem of the first water.
The "people" are In the major
ity, and if we really wanted
things straightened out badly
enough to hold together and to
put "party" in the background,
we could quickly and peaceably
accomplish what will take years
at the rate we are going.
HOW CAN I WIN?
Dear Miss Grey: lam in
love with a young man 32
years of age and lie does
not M-cni to care as much
for me as I do for him.
Will you please advise
me in what way I ran win
his affections. lam 18 years
of age and have known him
Will you also advise me If
It is proper to go out with a
soldier when he has his V. S.
blue uniform on. Thanking
yon In advance. MIBB M.
A. —There Is nothing one can
4o to win the affection of anoth
er, and if you did so by strenu
ous efforts you could not hold It,
bo why not wait quietly and take
philosophically what the Godts
It Is considered better form for
a soldier to wear civilian clothes,
when not on duty; but he may
not have them, so don't judge
I OOUIJ> GIVE UP IF HE
■ , WAS WORTHY
Dear Mis* Grey: Now,
don't treat my letter as the
ravings of a lovesick boy,
for • Indeed mr love is the
deep, true, sincere love : of
:;•-- Miss Grey, X have been out
In the world ever since I was
thirteen years of ago, and
now, although only 18, I
am in many ways older tiiau
some men at 25.
In July of this present
year I met and gradually
learned to love devotedly a
girl somewhat my Junior.
She returned my love, and
we were very happy, until
another man of almost five
years my senior api>eared
and began payi attentions
to the girl.
I know he la only trifling
with her, and If lie ever
makes her his wife he is a
man who will neglect her
and in time drag her down
and In-oak her spirit. When
I think of it I turn (tick with
fear, Itelieve me, Miss Grey,
if he was any way worthy
of a good girl I could Rive
her up, hut to a man who
spends his time In saloons
and worse places, who re
gards the virtue of women
as lightly as thistle 'down,
it seems more than I can
hear. I feel if she Is only
true to Did, I will love her
and make her happiness my
first and last consideration.
She will he safe, and by the
time she reaches the me to
marry I will be able to of
fer her a modest, but com
I may have to bo away
from her for a time while he
m.-iy he in her vicinity
where ho can influence her
by his blandishments. Would
you advise me. to return or
■villain here and trust to
God and her true woman
hood to protect her from this
scamp? Her parents are my
firm friends, while they fully
realize the worthlessncss of
the man she may put before
me. Miss Grey, this is not
A. —As truly as we live and
broathe, we create mental at
mospheres, and I think you ran
not realize that you can best
help the girl by getting rid of the
fear that has taken possession of
you. In your present mental
state you are attributing more
power to a mere man than to
Whether you are npar or far,
you will have to leave it to God
ami her innate womanliness. !?<■
Kin right now to trust her, as an
intellectual child of the great,
creative intellect of the Uni
verse, to do only what is right.
"A Young Couple": lam sor
ry I cannot give you the address
you ask. Many who write me
fear publicity, and are afraid to
sign their names, and bo deprive
themselves of tho help I might
otherwise reuder them.
A debt cannot be collected on
Bethesda, cor. So. 45th and X st«.,
J C. Owen, pastor »:45 a. m., Blblo
school, S. G. Bishop, supt., r., 5201
80. J St.; morning MIYIO*. 11; 4:30
p. ni., tho Junior B. Y. P. U.; 6:45 p.
m., the Senior D. Y. P. U., leader,
J. C. Owen. 7:45 p. m., preaching;
Tuesday, 8 p. m., choir practice;
Thursday, 7:45 p. m., prayer meet
ing:, followed by S. S. teacher train
Finnish, So. Sheridan and 23d,
A. J. Btormans, pastor. S. S., 9:46;
services 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.;
Y. P. U., 6:30 p. Rl.; Thursday, pray
er meeting 8 p. m.
First Baptist, 9th and I> sts. Ser
vices, 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni.,
Kcv. Twiman ltlsliop, speaker; S. S.
at 12 o'clock; B. Y. P. U., 6:45.
Central, No. L and Steele, Rev.
N. H. Brooks, pastor. Bible school
at 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.;
preaching 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in..
F. P. U., 8:30 p. m.; prayer, Thurs
day, 8 p. in.
Sixth Avenue, Fife St., Rev. Oeo.
E. Whltehouse. 10:30, sermon;
12:00, Bible school; 6:45, Senior B.
Y. P. U.; 7:46, evening worshtp;
Thrua., prayer meeting:, 7:45 p. m.
German Baptist church. South
20th and J Btß., Itev. R. A. Blandau,
pastor. S. S.. 9:45 a. m.; preaching,
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
B. T. P. U., 6:30 p. m.. Miss Mary
Stade, leader; prayer meeting, Wed
nesday, 8 p. m.
« IIICISI I »\
South Tacoma Christian, 5619 So.
Junette. Bible school, 9:45 a. in.;
preaching, 11:00 a. m. by Rev. Cow
den; Junior Endeavor, 3:00 p. m.;
Senior Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.; preach
ing at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. G. M.
First, 6th ay and K. W. A. Moore
pastor. Prayer service. 8:45 a. m.;
morning service, 11 a. in.; Christian
Endeavor. 6:30; evening service,
Roosevelt Heights, Eaat 39th and
V. Bible school at 10:30 a. m.; com
munion at 11:30 a. m.; C. E. at 6:30
p. m.; preaching at 7:30 p. m.
McKlnley Park, Bast SSth and
Spokane. Bible school at 10 a. m.;
communion at 11 a. m.; C. 8., 8.-30
p. Bkt preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Lincoln Park, 39th and O, Ralph
C. Sargent, minister. Hvenlng ser
vice at 7:30 p. m.; C. E. at 6:30.
Bible school at 10 a. m.; preach
ing at 11 a. m.
Oldest, Safest, Strongest, Best
Standard family medicine.
No alcohol. SoU for 60 yean.
Ask Your Doctor. ' ; . kSJiTi&S
llrotherhood of American Yeo
lnau will give a dance Nov. 2 2
at. Eagles' hall. St. Jeans' or
• • •
The social committee of St.
Paul's Ev. IjUthernn church has
aiTuuged an entertaiument for
the evening of Wednesday, Nov.
20, at which the following pro
gram is to be given;
Piano selection .Miss Erna Miller
Arnold, tenor; J. Moeller, bass
German dialogue—• "Gehellte
Unzufriedenheit" .P. Kliese,
Mrs. C. Arnold, Mrs. Otto
John, J. Moeller, W. Gehrl*
. . Prof. Hermann. Elsie Arnold
Sunday school pupils
Mrs. Cli. Kinzner, directress.
Mra. John Moellor
Mrs. Klnzner, Rose Ellinger,
Marie Siburg, Albert KllingT
Sketch — "Entertaining Sinter
EllhiKer, Elsie Arnold, lier-
nice Dorfner, Louise Ellinger
Piano selection. Miss Erna Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bibb
entertained 4 0 guests last evening
giving a bridge dinner at their
home on Prospect Hill.
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ches
ter Thorne, Charles Hyde was
host last evening at a dinner giv
en at his home on North Tacoma
• • •
After n several weeks' trip
through the east \V. G. Hellar and
daughter Dorothy returned to Ta
conia Thursday evening.
• • •
Among the group of prominent
people who will give box parties
at the Tacoma theater next Thurs
day evening to hear Miss Agnes
Berry are Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Hol>crt Chnstain will !••• host at
a box party given for 10 guests
at the performance of "Tho Se
cret of Susanna" at the Tacoma
theater next Thursday evening.
Mlks Edna Tullv of Tacoma,
who is now attending Mills col
lege near Snn Francisco, took the
part of leading lady In the college
play given at the Cort theater
San Francisco, November 13.
» • •
About furs. See Mueller, 921
South C. "Advertisement."
• • •
As guests of Mr. and Mrg. A. -T.
McAnnaly, Mrs. S. Toppleton or
tiOB Angeles and Mrs. W. D. Mc-
Uae will spend several days In
Bslllngham. They loft this morn
All kinds bulbs. Smith's 111 CC.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT ALL THE TACOMA CHURCHES
Kast 2Sth anil X sts.. Jit-v. A. D.
Shaw, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.
m.; morning worship and sermon,
11; evening worship ami sermon,
7:30; Thursday, 8 p. ni., bible study
First Congregational church. Di
vision ay. and J st«., Hey. E. T.
Ford, pastor. Services, 10:30 a. m.
und TiU p. m.; LUblo school, 12:10
Pilgrim. No. 24th and Warner,
Rev. Edgar C. Wheeler, pastor.
Morning, 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school,
11:40 a. ni.; evening, 7:45 p. in.
St. Luke's Memorial church. Sun
day school, 10 a. m. Services, 7:30
and 11 a. m.
ttev. F. W. Keator, bishop; Rev.
V. T. Webb, vicar; U A. Nicholson,
St. Andrews church. No. Bth and
Oakes sts.. Rev. Frederick Webb,
rector. S. S. at 9:45 a. in.. Mr. John
It. Jones, supt.; evening services,
7:30 p. m.
The Church of Holy Communion,
cor. So. 14th and I at., Rev. Relit.
H. McGinnls, rector. Early service,
7:30 a. m.; S. S. and Bible service.
9:45 a. m.; morning prayer, 11 a. m ;
evening prayer, 7:30 p. m.
Trinity. No. 3d and X sts., Rev.
Charles Y. Grimes. Early celebra
tion, 7:30 a. in.; S. 8., 9:45 a. m.;
Bible class, 10:00 a. m.; Matin*. 11
St. John's, So. 68th and Puget
Sound, Rev. Robert H. McGlnnls,
ractor; W. L. Cullen, lay reader, S.
8., 10 a. m.; services, 11 a. m.
i:\ *\<.i i i< w.
First Evangelical cliiirch. So.
13th and X Bts., T. It. Hornschuch,
pastor. Preaching, 11 a. in. and
7:30 p. m.; S. S. at 10 a. m.; Y. P.
A. at G:3O p. m.; prayer and teach
ers meeting Thurs., 8 p. in.
Adams St. Ev. church, No. Adams
and :■"'! St., N. Shupp. pastor.
Preaching service at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.; 8. S. at 10 a. m.
T. P. A. at 6:45; midweek prayer
meeting Thurs. evening, 7:30,
The Swedish cnurch, lilt 8a
Mill, Frank Abrahamson, pastor.
.Sunday school, 10 a. in.; ser
vices, 11 a. no.;
Evening services at 7:30 p. m.;
Young People's meeting, 6:30 p. m.;
Thursday evening prayer meeting
at S p. m.
EMim Free, So. Alns. and 17th.
Norwegian services, 10:45 a. m..
T:80 p. in.
First Free Methodist church, 1311
So. I at.. C. M. DeFoe. pastor. S. S.
at 10:00 a. m.; preaching at 11, fol
lowed by class meeting; Young Peo
ple's meeting at 7 p. m., followed by
preaching; prayer meotlng Thurs
day evening, 7:30 p. in.
McKlnloy Park Free M. E., J6th
and Howe sts.. C. M. DeFoe. pastor.
S. S., 3 p. m.; prayer meeting, Tues
day evening, 7:39.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
BILLIE BURKE TELLS HOW
HER SKIN IS KEPT PRETTY
THE FIRST WORD — No
woman need ever expert to
!>•• hfiintiful unless she pur
sues a mental, spiritual ami
physical beauty regime daily.
• • •
Ice is a great stimulant to the
skin. It will tone up flabby mus
cles, if used properly, much more
quickly than electrical massage.
Many women use ice instead of"
cream upon their faces. Ido not
recommend this, however, unless
one haa a very oily skin.
After you have cleansed your
face carefully by scrubbing It
with a camel hair face brush and
a lather made from pure soap
rinEe it carefully with hot water,
gradually cooling it until the
water ia very cold, dashing it
upon your face and neck.
Then take a piece of l< o and
wrap it in a bit of antiseptic*
gauze and rub your face and neck
with it, rubbing the forehead
across from temple to temple,
cheeks and chin upward and the
nose from bridge to tip. Stretch
your chin upward to its highest
point and massage with your Ice
downward and out toward your
armpits. This will have a good
effect upon your lungs as well.
You will find, after doing this
for about five minutes, that your
whole face and neck are In a
healthful glow. If it Is possible
Our Savior's, So. J and 17th, Rev.
N. A. Lursen, pastor. S. S. at 9:30
a. id.; services In Bug:, at 11 a. in.
the first and third Sundays, and at
8 p. in. the second and fourth Sun
days of each month. In Norwegian
lanßiiage the first and third Sun
days at 8 p. n:.. and at 11 a. m. the
second and fourth Sundays of each
month. On the fifth Sunday morn-
Ing service In Norwegian and spe
cial sons service in the evening.
St. Pniil's Kvangrllcal Lutheran
church. South 27th and Tacoma ave
nue. Rev. U. Aye L.illewant, pastor.
S. S., 9:30 a. m.; English snrvlce,
10:30 a. m. Meeting of S. S. of fleers
and teachers, 3 p. m.; Sunday con
firmation claws. English, Friday,
7:80 p. m.; German, Saturday, 10
St. John's, So. sth ar.d I, Rev. C.
F. Stoever, pastor. Sunday school,
9:45 a. m.; service at 11 and 8 p. in.
United Norwegian, So. 12th and I.
S. S., 9:30 a. in.; services, 10:80 a.
in., 7:45 p. m. J. O. Haugen, pastor.
Zlon Evengellcal, So. lßth and L,
Rev. J. Hutchaußen, pastor. Ser
mon, 10:30 a. m.; S. S., 8:30 a. m;
service, Kng., 7:10.
First Swedish Lutheran church,
corner So. I anil Bth Bts., Rev. Her
man Lind, pastor. .Sunday school,
9:30 «. in.; services 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Trinity, 1307 So. I Rev. L. M. Fee
gar, pastor. 8. S., 9:30 a. m.; Oer.
service, 10:30 a. m.; Eng. service,
7:30 p. in.
German, So. 21st Services In
Ger. at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m.: 8.
8., 9:15 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. X., a p.
m. Ger. Lutheran, So. Tacoma,
(Swedish Lutheran church, corner
68th and Birmingham ay.) every al
ternate Sunday at 2:80 p. m. Pas
tor, Aug. F. Graebner.
Danish Lutheran at. Paul, 1310
So. L, 1-. C. J. Skovgaard, pastor.
S. S. 10 a. in.: service 11 a. in.; Lit
erary and Young People's, Wednes
day, 8 p. m.
First Norwegian, 62d and So.
Warner, A. O. BJerka. S. S.. 10 a.
ra.; second and fourth Sundaya In
month, services at 11 a. m.; first
and third Sundays, servlcea at I p.
Fowler Methodist church, Kast
80th and U ats., F. L. Moore, pas
tor. Bible school at 10 a. in., Al
fred Lister, aupt.; preaching, 11 a.
in.; Junlon League, 3 p. in., Miss
Frances Johnson, snpt.; Kpworth
League, 6:30 p. in., Mlhd Lillian Lis
ter, pres.; evening ttermon at 7:30.
First M. n. church. South Bth and
a atreeta, Thomas W. Lane, pastor.
Class meeting 9:30 a. in.; morning
worship, 10:30 a. tn., sermon by the
pastor; S. S., 12 m.. Ktlward R. King,
supt.; Kpworth league, 8:1S; even
ing worship, 7:30 v. m.
McKlnley Park church, cor. East
O at. and Division lane, W. O.
Pflnum. minister. 8. 8., 10 a. m..
J. \l. Anderson, aupt.; morning wor-
after this He down flat on your
back for about ten minutes and
close your eyes if you are thin.
If you are fleshy use the next
ten minutes in going through
•some of the stretching exercises
tti.it I gave you a while ago. Of
collide, I am supposing that be
fore beginning this facial treat
ment you have taken your daily
Now seat yourself at your toilet
table and rub your face and neck
with a cream made of oil of sweet
almond (3 ounces), oil of bitter
almonds (10 flrama), cocoanut
batter (one-half ounce), lanolin
(one-half ounce), balsam of tutu
(2 drama), tincture of benzoin (1
dram) and essence of lemon (4
drops). Pat this into your face
and neck and rub off lightly with
a piece of antiseptic gauze; then
powder your face and neck care
fully, putting it on pretty thick;
brush out your eyebrows with the
eyebrow brush, rub a little lip
salve upon your lips and dust the
superfluous powder from your
face with an infant's hairbrush.
• • •
JI'ST ONK I/AST YVORI>
—Ten minutes a day is hot
ter spent in milking oneself
good to look at Uiun in milk
ing oneself indolently com
ship at 11; Epworth League at 7
m.; evening service at 8.
St. Paul'p, So. 43d and V sts.,
WnMo B. Marsh, pastor. S. S..
9:45 a. in.; Epworth League, C:3O p.
m.; prayer meeting, Thurs., 8 p. m.;
preuchlug, 11 a, in. and 7:30 p. in.
Swedish Methodist church, ror. J
and So. litli sts., Rev. A. O. Bock,
pastor. Morning service, 10:45 a.
m.; Bpworth league, 7 p. m.; even
ing service, 7:45 p. m.
Central. So. 21st and I sts., B. W
-Erlckson, pastor. S. S, 9:46 a. m.'
preaching, 11 a. m.; class meeting,
noon; B, L., 7:00 p. m.; prayer ser
vice, Thurs., 8 p. m.; evening ser
vice, 8 p. m.
Epworth, cor. So. 7th and Andsr
son, W. T. Randolph, pastor.
Mason, 28th and No. Madison sts..
9:411 a. m., S. S.; 11 a. m., morning
worship; Epworth league; evening
Rev. E. L. Benedict, pastor.
Uiblo school, 9:30 a. m.; Herman,
1! a. in.; preaching, 7.T0 p. in.; Ep
worth league, 6:15.
Bethany, So. 69th and Thompson.
8. S., 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m.;
Junior League, 3 p. m.; Epworth
League, 6:30; preaching, 7:30 p. m.;
prayer service, Thurs., 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Jas. E. MlHlgan, pastor.
Spanaway M. X., Frederick C.
Thompson, pastor. S. £> 10 a. m .
morning worship, 11.
Park M. E., W. H. W. Km, pas
tor. 3. SS., 10 a. m.; Kpworth
league. «M sp. m.; preaching, 11 a.
in. mid 7:30 p. in.
Thursday afternoon meeting, 2
Allen M. K. 1411 So. Yaklma. Rev.
H. M. Collins, pastor. Preaching at
11 a. ni. and 8 p. m ; class meeting.
12:10 p. in.; a. 8., 1:10 p. m.; A. C.
X league, 7 p. m.; prayer meeting,
First M. X., South Bth and O at*.,
Tbomu W. l*ne, pastor. Class
meeting, 9:30 a. m.; morning wor
•hip, 10:30, followed by holy com
munion; 8. S.. 12 in.: Kpwortli
league, 6:46; evening worship, 7:30.
■ " ■ ■«
i Christian ana Missionary Alli
ance, 90S So. O St. nev. O. J.
Stone, pastor. Services: S. S. at
2:30; preaching at 8 • tn.; evening
service at City Ruscue Mission, 10»
30. 14th St.; Wednesday prayer
meeting at 11 a. in.-, Wednesday aft
ernoon Bible study, 2:30 p. m.
Swedish Mission Tabernacle, cor.
So. 10th and I sta. J. W. Carlson,
pastor. S. 8., 9:45; morning service,
11; evening aervicc, T:J»;
Young Peoples Society, 6 p. m
East Side. 36th and O at 8. 8.,
10:00 a. m.
Clty Reacue Mission, log So. 14th
at. Service! at 7:30 every evening,
sermon, 8 p. in.
Penlel Gosp«l. Servlcea every
evening at t o'clock; Sunday at 1
p. m. 108 So. nth.
FROZEN FRUIT PUDDING
HER CHOICE FOR DESSERT
Menus Must Be for Five Persons; Five Course*.
Cost Must Be Important Factor.
Uig Turkey fur Best Menu.
Last Day, Nov. IK.
Address: Turkey Menu Kdltor.
Mrs. Jay W. MeCune, 933 South Sprague avenue, has sent to
the Times Turkey Menu editor a most palatable and delicious aj>
pearing menu for the Thanksgiving table.
Ever have frozen fruit pudding? Mrs. MeCune Bays It's one of
the most eatable things that ever appeared on any table. Here's
Olympia Oyster Cocktails, Salted Waferg (50c)
Roast Turkey, Dressing ($2)
Browned Sweet Potatoes (10c) llaked Onions (10c)
Cranberry Jelly (10c)
Bread (sc) Butter ( 10c) Curled Celery (10c)
Cherry and Nut Salad (20c)
Mince Pie (home-made) (20c) Cheese (sc)
Bread and Butter Wafers (sc)
Frozen Fruit Pudding (4"c) Marguerites (30c)
Coffee and Cream (15c)
And here's the way the pudding Is made: One pint milk In
boiler; beat yolks 2 eggs in cup sugar; add a little hot milk; return
to boiler; cook to soft custard; ndd vanilla. When cold put in can
and turn until slightly frozen; add V* pound cherries, '/£ cup Sul
tana raisins, U pound candied pineapple chopped. Fold in V 4 pint
cream, whipped; cover and unpack. Stand aside one hour.
Here, too, Is curled celery: Cut into long strips and put into
cold water one hour.
And cherry salad: Home-canned cherries, and walnut or hazel
nut meats on lettuce leaves, with dressing.
The Woman's club gave a re
ception Thursday evening in the
auditorium of the Y. M. C. A.
giving the musical people of the
city a chance to meet Dr. Clement
Shaw, the distinguished mustciM,
The regular meeting of the
Business Women's club was held
Thursday evening at the Tacoma
hotel. A woman's club house in
Tacoma was planned.
The fifth contest In the play
for Mrs. Foster's trophy was held
this morning at the Tacoma Coun
trty and Golf club at 10 o'clock
following the special class B and
class C play.
The Presidents' Council of
Women's organizations will hold
the regular monthly meeting
Thursday morning at the St.
Luke's parish house at which Miss
Winifred Covell, public morals
officer, will speak.
The -High school branch of the
Paront-Tearher association will
meet in the High school auditor
ium Thursday, November 21, at
2:43 p. m. The meeting will bo
followed by an informal get-ac-
Tacoma Seamen's Institute, 6tr
and St. Helens, llev. F. T. Webb,
D. D., chaplain; Mr. H. Ferny
hough, supt. Holy communion,
7:30 a. m.j morning, 11 a'clock In
St. Luke's, Or. Webb officiating;
service in institute at 8 p. m.
Church of God Mission, 2501 Ta
coma. Sunday school, 2 p. in..
preaching, 3 and 7:30 p. m.; prayer,
Wod. and Fri. eve. Wm. Strong,
All Saints, Larchmont. Services,
10:30 a. in.; mornliiK prayer and
holy communion, llev. w. J. Cletty.
Immanuel I'rcsbyterlau church,
No. J and '.hi. sts., Kobert H. Mini
gran, pastor. Morning service, 10:30,
evening service, 7:30 p. m.
First, So. Q and 10th., Rev. Mur
dock McLood, D. D., pastor. Morn
ing services, 10:30 a. m.; S. 8..
12 m.; evening service, 7:10 p. m.;
C. X.. 6:30.
Sprague Memorial 58th and War
ner, So. Tacoma. 8. 8., 9:45 a. m ;
service, 11 a. in ; Junior C. E., 3 p.
in.; Adults Bible class, 7 p. m.;
service 8 p. m. Rev. Dr. Dodds.
Bethany, No. 41st and Verde St.,
Rev. O. T. Mather, pastor. S. 8. at
8:45 a. in.; Y. P. 8. C. X.. at «:46;
services, 11 a. m. and 7:43 p. m.
Cavalry, Division lane. Rev. A.
A. J. Hogg, pastor. S. 8., 10 a. in.;
C. El., 6:45 p. m.; evening service
at < p. m.
Oakland, So. 35th and Proctor *ts.
S S., 10 a. m.; preaching service,
7:30 p. m. Rev w. Chalmers Ounn.
Westminster, So. SOth and I. ats.
Servioeß at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. nv;
T. P. S. C. E., 7 p. m.; Bible school,
11:45 a. m.: prayer meeting., Thurs.,
8 p. m. J. Wesley McCallum, pastor.
Manltou Park. S. S., 10 a. m ;
sermon at 11 a. m. by W. Chalmers
Holy Rosary, 80. 80th and Taco
ma, Rev. Oswald Baran, O. S. 8.,
rector. Low mass, 7:30; children'!)
mass, 8:45; high mass, 10:30; ves
pera and bonadlctlon, 7:50.
Church of Visitation. So. 58th
near Warner, Rer. Charles Cannon.
First masa. 8; high mass, 10:30;
baptism, 3: vespers, 7:30; da 11.7
mass, 8 a. tn.
St. John the Baptist, Indian res
ervation. Rev. Chas. Da Decker.
St. Leo's. So. Yaktina and 13th,
Hey. Father Cunningham, rector.
St. Patrick's. No. ISlh and J, Rev.
Joseph MrOrath, rector.
at. Stanislaus, So. 40th and X
Rev. Michael Fafara, pastor.
First, 6th ay. and Grant. Servlcea
11 a. m and 7:30- p. m.
Third, So. «4th at. Rer. DavH
R. Mac Donald, D. D., pastor. Serv
Ices, 11 a. M.i >. 8. and rector'i
Bible clasa, 9:48 a. m.; Wednesdaj
meeting, 7:45 p. m.: Friday, 4 p. m
quainted session when the par
ents and teachers will minglo.
Mrs. H. J. McGregor will be
hostess at an entertainment to l>e
given Tuesday at her home, 3814
North ISth street, complimentary
to the Missouri Woman's club.
The Tacoma club will study the
Scotch city of Kdinlmrg at the
met'ting to be hold Monday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Jas. A.
Hays, 3211 North 31st street.
The Monday Civic club will hold
its regular civic session next week
at the home of Mia. C. L«. Straight,
South 56th and X streets.
Tho Euterpoan sorioty will hold
Its next meeting November 2 7 at
the Temj)le of Music for a study
program in charge of Mr 3. J. Q.
Mason, Rev. W. li. Buchanan and
The Ladies' Aid of St. John's
English Lutheran church will
meet next Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. O. K. W. Stoev
er, 909 South sth St.
The Fraternal Aid- club will en-
Church of the Brethren, So. Both
and G sts., J. U. StlversHon. pastor.
S. S., 10 a. m. preaching, 11 a. m.
nml 8 p. m.; Christian worker*
meeting;, 6:30 p. m.
Salvation Ai^ny, 1201 Pacific ay.
Services: Preaching, 3 p. m.; Young
I'eoplo's mooting, 6 p. m.; salva
tion meeting, 8 p. m.
Volunteers of America, 13th and
Pacific. Meetings every evening at
X p. in. Sunday at 3 p. m. and 8 p.
Park UnlversallHt cnurch. Divi
sion ay. and J St., Henry Victor
Morgan, minister. Servii.es, 11 a.
m. and 8 p. in.; 8. S., 10 a. m.; clasn
lessons weilnesday and Friday, 8
Church opjn week days, except
Saturday, JT:00 to 5:00 p. m.
Friends, No. Ith and State, Caleb
J. Jenkins, pastor. Bible school.
10 a. m ; meeting; for worship, 11 a.
tn.: C. E. at 6.50; preaching and
praise at 7:30.
International Blbin Students' an
soclution, Temple of Music Hi G
st. Uiscourge at »p. m.; Berean
Hililo study at 4:^o and 8:30 p. in
Spiritualist's Progressive Psychic
society at Equality hall, 1117 V 4
Tacoma ay. Lyceum at 2:30 p. m.;
circle at 6 p. m.; mooting at 8 p. m.
Thursday circle and meeting at 2
Tacoma Ethical aoeletjr, Tacoma
ay. and So. 3rd st. Morning exer
cises at 11 a. m.
Tacoma Seamen's Institute, cor
ner St. Hi'lens and *th avc»., llrv.
F. T. Webb, honorary chaplain; H.
Forneyhough, Supt. Early celebra
tion, 7:30; morning service, 11
o'clock in St. Luke's church. Dr.
Webb officiating; evening service, 8
Taroma Theosophlcal society
meets every Thursday evening at 8
p. m., room 10, Stratford hotel, Bth
and C street*. Karma and Reincar
nation league (for Inquirers) Hun
day evenings, 8 p. m.
Park TTnlversallst church, Dlv.
ay. and No. J. Sit vices at 11 a. m.
and t p. m.: special afternoon lec
ture at S p. m.; 8. 8. and Minister's
Bible class at 10 a. m.; class les
sons Wed. and Frl. evenings at 8
p. m. Church open every day ex
cept Saturday, 1Z to G p. m.
Friends' Ea«t Side meeting, 49th
and McKlnley ay., M. 1... Stanton.
pastor. Bible school, IMS a. m., fol
lowed by monthly meeting of . the
Pastoral committee; Young People'!
meeting, 6:30; evening service, 7:45
conducted by , Rev, . Payson of New
J»r»ey. ;.-'.-■-. •■ •"-— .;— '--••': : »:"
Danish Brotherhood hall. Sol 16th
and Tacoma ay. ' Louie , Lundgron,
Bible lecturer, will deliver 'a ■ free
lecture at 3 p. m. to the Swedish
people of Tacoma on "The , Day rof
Judgments" ; - ... f
tertain with a dancing party on
next Tuesday evening hi Fratern
ity hall. All members and friends
invited to be prcuent.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
First Norwegian Lutheran church
will meet Thursday afternoon la
the church parlors. Mrs. Con
rad Olsou will be the hostess.
The B Natural club was en
tertained by Mrs. Vellie J. Scott
yesterday afternoon at her home
on North Yaklma avenue. A
luncheon was nerved picnic fash
ion to 14 guests.
The Aurora club took up a dis
cussion of Anna Shannon Monroe,
a former Tacoma woman, who has
been successful in the literary
world, at the regular meeting
Cynthia's Answers to
The chinchilla coats are quite
stylish this season.
The total number of deaths
caused by 4th of July accidents
in the past nine years is 1,719.
To clean a white velvet hat,
rub well with powdered magne
sia; wrap in a cloth and leave
several days, then brush well.
Mother's day Is the second
Sunday fn May. Its object Is to
honor mid uplift motherhood.
The badge is a white carnation.
A few drops of alcohol In
cold water or a very weak solu
tion of alum water will toughen
the nkin so the razor will not
pull when shaving.
The supreme Justices of the U.
H. are: Chief Justice, Edw. D.
White; associate justices, Jos.
McKtMina, Oliver W. Holmes,
Wai, It. Day, Horace If. Lurton,
Chas. E. Hughes, W. VanDevau
ter and Jos. R. fiTWIT
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