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Sf. LEO'S HI
ON IN FULL
*• With a speech by Mayor Sey
mour, St. Leo's bazaar was
' opened last night to raise $20,000
• for the new school erected by Ta
coma Catholics for boys. Over
' 1,500 persons attended the open
. Ing, and cash rolled Into the cof
fers In great shape. The present
bazaar promises to eclipse every
' fair of the past.
Following the speech of the
mayor. Rev. J. J. Cunningham
closed the oratory, anil the booth
keepers then pot busy.
Tonight a Bj>ecial vaudeville
program will be given, with addi
tional instrumental musical num
bers, besides the cadet band,
Which will play for most of the
bazaar sessions. The festivities
will continue until Thanskglving
night, when the bazaar will close
with a bin Thanksgiving dance.
Gives Instant Action
The Owl liriif; Co. reports that
A BINQLE DOSB of Simple Imck
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
compounded In Adipr-i-ka, tho
German appendicitis renn i>.
Btopi constipation or |?as OB the
StoniiKh INSTANTLY. Muny Ta
coma people are ixiriK lii'lped.
Four Big Yards
Main Office 930 C st.
Tel. Main 589
OB Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum,
Itangt-B, Etc. Make your own
terms with us.
'B^ffiff^M^Ti nfiflMtiUfcSl^B r^9
9x12 Brussels 01 fl OC
A Good Steel 001 fid
On terms of $5.00 per month,
Tacoma Furniture and
1-013 <: St., Taconin
Jt- TION, ETC.";:
v a bottle of
"Most Engaged Girl" In America Is Miss Kroel;
Proposed to Most Every Day, By Different Man
BY GERTUmE M. PRICK,
The ilincN McivinK I'icture
"Hullo, sweetheart, will you
Girls, glrle, Tacoma girls—
how'd you like to have the repu
tation at being the "must engag
ed Rirl" living?
Well, that's the story beinß told
about Adricnne Kroell of Chi
cago, who has a DIKFERKNT
MAN propose to her nearly every
day In tho year.
Impossible? Not at all.
It is just as easy as eating
breakfast or riding horseback or
playini; lag with her little Bister
— for Miss Adrienne.
There's a secret in it, of course,
and you would never guess unless
you liappftn to know that Miss
Kroell is ono of the busiest lead
ins women in tho moving picture
She is a born coquette—on the
stase. It is no trick at all for
her to pick off the hearts of her
many, many suitors.
And slio says it's really Rood
fun M4lHf how many ways MKIIK
MAN finds to tell the old, old
But It would never, never do
for you to think Miss Kroell a
flirt. The fact is, that beliiK
mada love to la tho chief Irusl
| ness of this fascinating "movie"
girl, who Is so often cast for the
girl in the love scene of a moving
picture plan that now she has
won the reputation of being "the
rnoet engaged girl" in the busi
"I don"t now why I .so often
have to be THK girl," said Miss
Kroell to me in a half resentful,
half laughing voice.
"Keally, my friends say they
think I might take some other
part lomatinw for a change."
The Sellg coquette didn't sny,
but it was very evident that tlie
objectors were not of the feminine
gender. Also it was no difficult
SLASHING "BEES" PLANNED
Everybody get up a "slashing nnd a MtaUtt generally,
bee." It was referred to the mayor.
That is the only way to dear
up the vacant lots around town,
according to the council. This
morning Mrs. E. K. Cushman
sent a letter to the council ask
ig that vacant property around
Sherman school be cleaned up, as
it is a rendezvous for bad boys
I HE GOT WIRELESS MESSAGES, BUT I
I . HE'LL BE SAFE IN THE ASYLUM NOW I
• _ , — ■■■■ ■ ■ ~^k
Wireless messages which, he
fai<l. were being continually flash
ed to him by his relatives and
friends both living and dead and
which would not let him sleep at
night were the cause of L, H. Me-
Collough, a laborer of Walla
Walla, aged 28 years, being com
mitted to the Steilacoom asylum.
Men Over 45 Not Wanted
Man With a Good Head of Hair Has Best Chance in
Men Over 45 Need Not
There's the sign that's getting
to be a common thing In America.
Corporations are retiring men
at 50. They are not hiring any
- over 40.
' 'headed man often looks
• <*r than he Is.
*• gray hair ahways
a he is; It
matter to guess why she is so
often cast for the ",girl in tue
Adrienue Kroell is not only a
popular moving picture actress;
she is also a champion swimmer
and holds a beauty prize. For two
MMOBa before she joined the Ctai
cußo Splig Polyscope Co. she was
the prima donna with a "Honey
"Into the Hemiine" Is her f>*
vorite moving picture. Probably
"I'll tell you, the only way to
do this is for citizens to get up
a l>ee and set the people In tho
neighborhood together w!th
liatoliets and just clear up these
places," said Mills.
So Instead of bridge parties
imd pink teas this winter, "slash
ing bees" may be the thing.
McCollnugh rlaimcd before an
insaniiy commission this morning
that the messages were misleading
him into misfortunes which he
could not prevent because he was
afraid to disobey the orders of the
He Jias a mother living In WaHw
Walla, he said.
waste any time.
There is one sure remedy that
will correct these misfortunes
and aid you to remain young.
Parisian Sage, the grand and
efficient hair restorer. Is guar
anteed to permanently remove
dandruff in two weeks, or your
Pm-Ulan Sage stops falling hair
—it prevents the hair from fad
ing. It Is not a dye.
It Is the best beautlfier for
ladies' hair as it makes harsh,
lusterless hair fluffy, soft and
beautiful, and is not sticky or
Tarlatan 3ag« Hair Tonic can
be obtained at drug and depart
ment store* and at counters where
toilet goods are sold for 50 cent*.
The Klrl with the Auburn hair is
'fix every package. Vlrgea Drug
t, guarantee* It.
THE TACJOMA TIMES.
you've seen her in it. The upper
picture In the "movie" set with
this story shows her listening to
a proposal in that fascinating
drama. The man is Carl Winter
Next below it in a scene from
"'i;iie Mail Order Hypnotist"
showing Miss Kroell and her hyp
notic sweetheart, Eddie Wynn.
Below that is the wooing scene
in "According to Law," the man's
part being taken by Rex Rosselli.
Prohibition, Mothers' pensilons,
domrstic relations court, child hi
bor laws, obligation of the co
operative evidence law in social
evil prosecutions; enactment of
(he lowa red light injunction law.
and a reformatory for women are
lawn that the state W. C. T. U. of
Washington will be before the
coming legislature demanding, ac
cording to statements of Mrs. 11.
B. Platt, state president and Mrs.
Munns, state secretary, in speeches
here last night.
"We are through with local op
tion. We do not believe in any
unit smaller than the state and
we are going to demand this law
and keep on demanding it. We
are through with makeshifts now.
We are voters and we will dsmand
what we want," saiU Mrs. Platt.
John .Tacobson, a carpenter in
the shop of the T. R. & P. com
pany, was working on a machine
and the thlug took hold of his
hand and lopped off a thumb and
forefinger. It was beforel the
compensation law went into effect
so he sued the company. A jury
in federal court yesterday decid
ed he could not recover anything.
Hy United I'k-ss Leased Wire.)
VICTORIA, B. C, Nov. 21.—
Bight sailors are recovering here
today from the effects of a 10
days' fight for life on a derelict
in the "Roaring Forties," after
surviving two 90-mlles-an-bour
gales. A mass of splintered wood
that was once the trim schooner
E. K. Wood, lines the shore of
YOU'LL FIND IT HERE
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•> PRISONER IX>NGS FOR PET SNAKES. ♦
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<S SPOKANE, Nov. 2).— county Jail officials are today <•>
•■ puzzled as to bow they will dispose of the case of Alex Smith, <?-•
-?> snake charmer, arrested for bootlegging, who demands that <S>
<*> his three pet snakes be brought to him in his cell. He is <$>
■?• plainly showing the effects of their absence. The other inmates <i>
■;> of the jail gave the Jailer three rousing cheers when he refused <$>
♦ to let Smith have his pets. ♦
Petition has been filed in su- !
perior court asking the appoint
ment of an administrator for the
estate of Richard W. Derickson,
deceased Tacorna lumberman, val
ued at $52,000.
Adjt. Gen. Fred Llewellyn has
issued orders demanding examin
ation to be held at the Pugot
Sound navy yard for the election
of two new medical officers. The
exam will be held December IC.
Jack Burnett and W. Trumbull
were found guilty of defrauding
a laborer of $1.50 through their
employment office and fined $25
The city council has refused to
extend the time for the delivery
of the steel pipe for the third
unit of the gravity water system
and damages may be collected by
tlie city against the Carroll-Porter
Boiler & Tank company of Port
land which has the contract.
Judge Chapman has Issued a
decree of appropriation for the
city to condemn 2,000 feet of
land for extending Windom st.
- As a remembrance for Thanks-
Klvinp, nothing will be so great
ly appreciated as the quality
flowers which you can select in
our store. You and your friends
are cordially invited to call and
see our display of Thanksgiving
flowers. Hinz, florist, South 7th
and K. "Advertisement."
According to Herman Keith the
Nisqually power plant has cost
the city'to date just 11,108,370,
which, counting the minimum
capacity of the plant at 15,000
horsepower makes the plant cost
$7!).03 a horsepower.
Washington county commis
sioners adjourned to meet at
Chelan next year.
Frank H. Kelley has moved his
law office from the Perkins bldg.
to the Taeoma bldg.
Bvwott went "wet" tout saloons
must pay $1,500 a year each and
none allowed on corners in the
Former wife of George Edward
Adams, the famous gold dust
thief of the Seattle assay office,
has married Ernest B. Herald,
prominent Seattle lawyer.
How-de-c'u? Have you read
"Skooting Skyward?" A local
story of the Mountain. For vale
at all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Cosmopolis complains to the
public service commission that 15
cent fare to Aberdeen is too
Airtight heaters, $1.50 and up.
Ewing ilnrdware Co., 1111 C st.
Main 7750. "Advertisement."
Our Precise Artist
"Carstens Packing company will
have three carload of choice, dry
picked, corn fed turkeys en route
to Tacoma for the Thanksgiving
trade, to be disposed of at whole
In answer to a decoy letter
nt by her husband, J. H. Bowen
25 GENT "DANDERINE" FOR FALLING
HAIR AND DANDRUFF-GROWS HAIR
Don't pay 50 cents for worthless hair tonics—Use
old, reliable, harmless "Danderine"—Get results.
Thin, brittle, colorless and
scraggy hair la mute evidence of
a neglected scalp; of dandruff —
that awful scurf.
There is nothing so destructive
to the hair as dandruff. It robs
the hair of its lustre, its strength
and its very life; eventually pro
ducing a feverlshness and itch
ing of the scalp, which if not rem
edied causes the hair roots to
shrink, loosen and die —then the
hair falls out fast.
A little Danderlne tonight —
now—anytime—will surely say«
KJUKN'D HUHHANI) IJCARNS
SOMI-rTHING ABOUT HATS.
of Centralia hotel, a Chehalis man
named Buckland made repeated
attempts to see Mrs. Uowen aim
her husband finally caught BucU
land and *;ave him a coat of tar.
Congressman YVarlnirton spent
$7(J5 in his recent congressional
Milwaukee Sausage now In.
Diifiiwald'.s, :;i:i llili, near C si.
The national grange adjourned
at Spokane after selecting New
Hampshire as the state for the
Marry Gaze's class lesson,
"How to Attain Financial Suc
cess," tonight at 8 at Temple of
Music. Admission 50 cents. Fri
day night at 8, "The Secret of
Eternal Youth." Admission 50
cents. Free lecture at Masonic
Temple, Sunday afternoon at 3,
"How to I^ive 100 Years and Re
tain Health and Efficiency."
BERLIN, Nov. 21. —Charlot-
tenburg, Berlin's fashionable res
idential suburb, has 30,388 more
women than men, a larger surplus
of women than any other city.
Ellensburg's new water system
will he completed and will deliv
er water to the people by January,
Argonaut Hotel, 1007 Pac. ay.
Cnfe und grill in connection.
The Brotherhood of American
Yoeman No. 223 will give a dance
Friday evening, Nov. 22, at
Eagles' hall. Music will be furn
ished by St. Jean's orchestra.
rtent your rac-ant n.iuse tnrougn
i Times Want Act. Only lc •
vcrd. Phone Main 12. •••
Dlx H. Rowland, representative
elect, repudiates the alleged inter
view published by enemies of the
recall which made him appear to
be against allowing the people to
circulate petitions for recall.
Howland says it is simply an
other move of the enemies of the
recall to try to make It Ineffec
tive now that the people have
adopted it, but tliat they will
nnever get him Into any such trap.
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowl
ton's Danderlne from any dru-g
store or toilet counter, and after
the first application you will say
it was the best Investment you
ever made. Your hair will im
mediately take on that life, lustre
and luxuriance which is so beau
tiful. It will become wavy and
fluffy and have the appearance of
abundance; an incomparable gloss
And softness, but what will please
you most will be after just a few
weeks' use, when you, will actu
ally see a lot of fine, downy hair
—new hair—growing all over
Friday Bargains at the
Red Hot Specials that force us to limit quantities to a cus
P^^im muUH' hose
.\l,«;i US BOOKS FOR I£';*K^»'^&l — $
Now is your opportunity; }l^ici.■** __—-~r*"P:^SjW
cloth bound, 36 titles to se- |jS-*£f** $$*&&$ $i&S.
lect from. ii n J|S#l«l «F«^ii"%^WW
Friday special lib Hftiiu^ »*£•*>f^«^E'*i
Limit 6to a customer. it-, I' i /jf^/Uj/'KS'v&L
Iralq Regular 20c val- T i,-« . IMlnvll
IRnne^Jß ;■. Friday i(J, lEA APllo>s
LH T»J3 special.. . lUU Dainty assorted styles, high
rjk^VjgTl I hi it 2 to a ens- grade workmanship; dirt cheap
toitier. at 15c. Friday 1 1 «
_ msß^*^ social I Id
DANISH POPLAB CLOTB Lln"t 3to a customer.
36 in. wide, all colors. (jr. y^^. *~
Special, a yard ZOC rl ,;( l |:v d^S"%
— wash tuts yJj[&ilffl^
*t^ •»• GKOCEKY DEI'T. SPECIAL
H FOR FRIDAY
NO. 1 UNIVERSAL FOOD 5 lbs. best Granulated OC#»
CHOPPER Sugar for *•""
_ " „ , , If you buy an additional 25c
negu ar family size and worth of anything in this dept.
usually sold at $1.35. OQ. *_
- Friday special O«f v —■——■——■—^—^—^^^-«
Limit 1 to a customer. COFFEE DKPT. SPECIAL
—————— FOR FRIDAY
25 doz. 7-in. Dinner Plates, Vanilla or Lemon flavor- Q_
white semi-porcelain. C_ Ing, 2 oz. bottles DC
Friday special, each u(i English Breakfast Tea, 1Q«
Limit 12 to a customer. reg. 40c grade, a lb I DC
Paulson Bros. Co.
The Store for Everybody. 1105-7 C St.
No telephone orders taken for our Friday specials.
TRAVEL ON THE
Tacoma and Grays Harbor
Trains leave Tacoma at 8:40 A. M. and 5:40 P. M.
For particulars regarding fares and train service, call on or address
CITY TICKET OFFICE
101)1 Pacific Aye., Tacoma ,„
Joint Passenger StatioL , 25th and A St.
"Fifty Years Ago, When Golden Wedding
Rye Was Young"
Men arid women find Golden Wedding a won
derfully beneficial stimulant. It gives positive
relief from exhaustion, debility and depression.
Its matchless mildness and mellow.ness, and its
agreeable taste, especially recommend its use.
has the medicinal virtues that belong only to - fin
absolutely pure whiskey. fLS
This is because it la made differently from oma«uiiin
ordinary whiskies. v. i covbuwexts
.-j.The special formula and process of dla- T?m?
tilling Golden Wedding keep in the original 3^K&\
natural and helpful quality. .;. /^H%ii
Always have Golden Wedding in . your hUHm)
home for remedial purposes. 'BttEGtiS'
- Note its pleasant stimulation without un- . jjjjtH WQW»
dcKirable after-effects. . ■ *' j*Bfc 1
, See that -it , has the government stamp ■ r<ff7
over the cork. : - . '•'W/ski''
"Made Differently" V^
(62) Eat. 1,
Thursday, Nov. 21, 1912.