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Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1912.
Special Features of Interest To The Times' Women Readers
Mrs. Walter Vose <>ulick, who
spent the early years of her life
abroad, gave a talk this afternoon
before the Virginia Dare chapter,
D. A. R., on "The War in the Bal
kans," at the home of Mrs. D. D.
Calkins and Mrs. Rogers, 1110
North 9th st.
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Mrs. C P. Ralnhiinoff was lms.
tess this afternoon for the regu
lar meetiag of the Twentieth Cen
tury club at her home, 724 So.
• • •
The annual ('hristiiins sale by
the women of St. Andrew's pulld
is being held today in Roice's
hall, 6th avenue and Anderson
Btreet. Dinner will be served this
evening from 6 to 8.
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Tlio Seventh ward AY. C. T. IT.
■was entertained at the home of
the president, Mrs. W. C. Bell,
C 44 North Fife street, this after
January Prices Reign
In the Great Clean-Up Sale at Christoffersen's
If it la value you want in the garments you buy, you'll
find it here tomorrow. Certain changes are to be made here
in January. On this account the Suit and Coat stock must
be reduced now Instead of after the first of the year as usual.
January clearance prices early in December are the result.
Of T| TO Entire Stock of Winter Suits CI TITC
"VI 1 O Divided Into These Prices DUI 1
$9.75 $14.75 $18.75
100 Women's and Misses' Winter Suits has been divided
for quick selling into three groups and are priced at $!).".",
$14.75 and $18.75. Every winter suit in the house, irresspec
tlve of style, size, color, material, or da.te of receipt. is in
cluded. Our highest priced up to $45.00 will go in this sale
as well. Those prices do not cover the wholesale cost of the
material to say nothing of the making.
There is a wonderful assortment of Tailored Novelty
Suits in Diagonals, Cheviots, Wldewales, Broadcloths, Zibe
linos and Novelty mixtures in the newest models and the lat
est colorings. All sizes for Women and Misses.
suits SUITS SUITS
Worth up to $25, Worth up to $35, Worth up to $45,
on sale — on sale at—- on sale —. ?
$9.75 $14.75 $18.75
■ Cleanup Prices on Coats
Coats .1. i: T0.'! 30054.95
We oan count 30 Coats, including polo Coats, caracul Coats,
cheviot Coats, kersey Coats and chinchilla Coats, in blue,
brown, tans, grays and blacks; women's, misses' and junior
sizes, from C to 44; values to $15.00. &k QC
Cleanup price tomorrow yH'iUu
CoatsSiV'X? 1.™™..... $10.00
Undoubtedly the most wonderful Coat offering at $10.00. A
large assortment of high grade garments in chinchilla, nov
elty mixtures, cheviots, kerseys and two-faced English cloths.
AH the new colorings are shown and they come in all sizes.
Actual values $15.00 to $20.00. 910 flf!
Your choice tomorrow «p I U.UU
Coats Xt^ 158.. 025... $14.75
The most remarkable collection of new fall Coats sent out
from New York this season. It is made up of the most desir
able styles and includes every popular fabric and every wanted
color. There are full lengths (54-inch) Coats, Johnnie
Coats, straight, mannish styles and every novelty that has
been shown this year. The materials include all wool novelty
fabrics, men's coating, boucle, caraculs, cheviots, chinchillas,
black broadcloths and plushes, all sizes for ladies and misses,
out sizes from 39 to 49 for stout women; C ll/I 7E
$20.00 and $25.00 models $ I «+, / 0
$3.00 Ix>ng Kid ©< QQ FUR.S ONE-FOURTH OFF
GloVe3 Vi, ;„ * \t9 Commencing tomorrow we
—made in France Gloves that 6nall mnke b a BtraJght reduc .
look well and that will wear tion of <>iie-Fo,,rth off on all
well; excellent fitting quail- Fur Set _ - ell arate Mufto
ties; 16-button —white an[ j Scarfs 6ei>arat° MU"B
only—in all sizes. A special a &cartß-
import order has just reached —■^————•■ —^——
■us, in time to supply the de- 95.00 Mcssaline •<> QC
niand which numerous social Waists «j)4LiJ3
affairs are certain to create. Black, navy, Copenhagen,
$1.25 and $1.50 2-clasp Kid brown; plain or lace trim
or Cape Of rtO mc d.
Gloves V I lUU .
$2.00 and $2.25 Alexander ————————
Kid Of Cft $7.50 beautiful Lace and
Gloves «pliUu Battenberg mM QC
SHOP 1. i: I.V Braid Waists .... $4.UU
Closing Out «« Warners'
PHoe^on"* /• giglS Warnerß'
Gloves. y*9J« C ST.TACOMA.WASH. Waists.
A Christmas Suggestion
llllllD^miilll I iwl HY »ot send a 8
|S3l,*W W yea.r>s. sub-1
ffl^s^K^ 1 TacomaTimes |
IJl^^^il'ff I out of town—they'll ||
Uir'^!jr"'s||^ appreciate it. Phone If
If (l/|WpSi|J call or write for rates |
r TAOOMA TIMEJ9. '.
noon. Luncheon was served at
• • •
Tim anniiiii open day program
of the Nesika club will be held
one week from today at the home
of Mrs. E. A. Younglove on North
The ladies' Aid society of the
Kirst Methodist church will en
tertain in honor of Mrs. Ernest
Lister Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. George Scofield,
722 South I street.
Mlns ! illi.-iii Ymilker WM hos
tess thia afternoon at a meeting
of (he Altrua club at her hojss
on Park Heights.
A mock trial in tin- case of
Jennie Brice, now running In
Everybody's Magazine, will be
Kiven Monday, Dec. 16, at the Y.
M. C. A. by the members of the
Philo Thea club.
CUTAWAY COAT FROM PARIS
HAS HINT OF THE FUTURE
Here is some
thing for the
woman who likes
to be at iin- head
of the proces
costume is one
of the very lat
est fancies of
skirt is of drab
altesse as far as
the front breadth
is concerned, but
the back Is of
made with an
There is a
tunic of Otto
man silk with a
fitted piece of
the drap altesue
around the bot
tom. This is cut
away la front to
match the cuta
way in the front
of the coat. These
fronts are of the
drap altesse und
around the back
of the coat,
which is of the
silk, making a
flounce when worn over the tunic.
The collar and cuffs are of vel
vet and the big buttons are of the
silk. This gown is an illustra
tion of how hard the big dress
making houses are trying to
change the lines of the feminine
BY KIIiLIK BURKE.
THE FIRST WORD —
Don't make expensive gifts at
• • •
I think that much of the dread
of Christmas among the grown
up people would be separated
from the pleasure that nii,<?ht be
taken in this universal holiday in
Christian lands if we would re
member our friends with inexpen
sive gifts. I know that oft times
if one would take the trouble to
write a little personal note show
ing that one is holding the absent
friend In fond remembrance It
would be received with greater
pleasure than many a costly pres
ent that has been ordered without
thought and sent aa an obliga
The English have a pleasant
custom of remembering their
friendß at Christmas with cards,
bearing a good wish. Many on
this side have adopted this holi-
day remembrance, but some still
persist in sending gifts that speak
only of ostentation.
Let me suggest a very dainty
and most acceptible gift that you
can give to your girl friend that
ig out of tho ordinary ana very
inexpensive. Buy ten small fancy
cold cream Jars at the ten-cent
store. Then at the neighboring
drug store purchase the follow
White wax % oz.
Spermaceti i. .>.. M oz.
Lanolin ■. .1...... 1 oz.
Sweet almond oil .2 oz.
Cocoanut oil 1 oz.
Orange flower water ...... .2 oz.
Tincture of benzoin 5 drops
Put everything, except the
orange flower water and the ben
zoin, in a double boiler and heat
until they become liquid. Don't
let the mixture boil, as that will
spoil it Take from the fire and
add the orange flower water, in
which the benzoin has been
poured. Add this only a few
drOPs at a time to the warm oils,
beating well until it is perfectly
Ayer's Sarsaparilla helps nature
to make rich, red blood. No
Sola for GO year*.
A* Your Doctor. £&!"»&£
THE TAOOMA TIMES.
Everything points to more dis
tinct curves, smaller waists and
fuller skirts; not in the immedi
ate future, however, as fashion,
like every other conventional
thing, changes slowly. But from
now on look out for the wider
hips and the narrow shoulders.
MISS BILLIB BURKE.
cold, light and fluffy.
This receipt can be filled for
forty cents, and it should fill ten
.small boxes. Do these up in white
tissue paper and tie with holly
ribbon and you have ten pretty
and very useful gifts for the
small sum of one dollar and a
half, and I am sure that every
girl you send one to will be much
delighted with it.
JUST ONE liAST WORD
—Make your Christmas gifts -
mean something both to "
yourself and to those to
whom you give theni.
What Is Healthy Hair
Worth to You?
Hard to say in dollars :
and cents, isn't It? Yet .
for 50c you can insure the
health of your lialr by
purchasing a package of
th« perfect i shampoo and •'
cleanser. , "* s |
It positively - remove*
all dan. , .., iliid m |.., un
hair in a bright, healthy
.. Especially valuable to
women with heavy hair."
For Kale by All Druggist*.
Cynthia Grey's Answers
TOO LAZY TO WOIIK
Dear Miss Grey: I liuro
a brother who is four yearn
older than myself and who
doesn't do « thing but sit
around all day and makes
mother and me support him.
Is that right? At night he
is so cross that 1 am glad to
get somewhere where I
won't hear him and moth
I have been going with a
ill for about six months
and the other day she over
heard a friend of mine say
something she didn't like
and hasn't spoken to me
Since. What should I do?
Also name (some amuse
ments that three or four
church |H'oplo could have
A.—lt 1 your brother is able to
work and absolutely refuses to
pay a penny toward his support,
if he, or you, is under age, have
a talk with the juvenile Judge.
Either keep perfectly silent in
regard to the remark, or go to
the Riil and kindly tell her the
Inquire at the library for
"Dame. Curtsey's Games."
THR REAL AM) THE
Dear Miss Grey: lam a
man of 27. For some time
I have been going with a
girl. I want to marry her,
but some of my friends tell
me that I'm not really in
love with her, that I haven't
(ho remotest conception of
what love is.
On the other hand, her
presence seems to fill mo
With an almost sublime hap
piness. She seems Jo be very
happy in my company,
• .Now, Miss Grey, I serious
ly long for a home and lor
the heart and love of a girl
in whom my ambitious and a.
sort of all-pcrviidin<- sense of
love which 1 often feel ran
find mi anchorage.
A. —You are a fortunate man
in possessing a love so near the
real, if not truly the genuine
article. Tho kind of love your
friends describe and in which the
world in general believes is a
disease Which passes as truly as
does the measles, hence the di
vorce courts. Use your own
mind. Let the world think as it
pleases, as long as you are not
biased by its opinion.
I CAX'T MAKE Till.". OUT
Dear Miss Grey: I was
keeping company with a
follow some time ago, but we
l';nl a little trouble anil quit
going together. Six months
ugo we liiHile up. I know
lie likes me and I like him;
that is, I think he loves me,
for ho bus shown me that
lie docs; lint he doesn't ask
me to go out with him, and
it is funny, too, for he likes
to have a girl think every
thing of him and not notice
anyone else, and I am not
like Hint, for I like to have
friends, and still I like him
better than anyone.
One night I went to his
homo to see his folks, and
ho took me home. Was I
right to let him take me
home? I have heard him
say something about it that
Ido not like. What should
I do? 1 feel bad about it.
I have tried M hard not
to think about him, for the
other girls make so much of
him and I like to be one of
them. lam a girl old enough
to know right from wrong,
but I can't make this out,
and lam a year older. Does
that make any difference?
A. —If he has really made a
disparaging remark, do not go
near his home again, and the next
time lie asks to come to see you,
refuse point blank, without any
Don't waste time worrying
about him, and don't let him
kiss and*hug you, as you no
doubt mean by "he has shown me
ho loves me." A year In your
favor has nothing to do with it.
TO STOP CRYING
! Dear Miss Grey: Can you
. tell any way to prevent cry-
Ing? I cry so easily and
i the harder I try to prevent
j* crying the. more tears flow.
jjf\ My husband scolds wlH>n
V cooking doesn't suit him,
!j «nd it makes him angry for
- 'me to cry. Miss Grey, I
*.i would like so much to see
— you. If you will come to
" see me, I will send my ad
ji dress. I will give you a nice
*' chicken dinner and dhow you
' '*■ how I can cook. Please an
swer soon and nay you will
come. MRS. K. P.
*" A. —I thank you, and am sorry
I cannot accept; but my time is
too occupied. '
'> It Is euper-sensitlveneas that
causes you to cry. So If you can
get over the idea of anyone hav
ing power to hurt you and use to
(be bent advantage criticism' that
Is just, living above the unjust
by realizing that the person giv
ing It does not know better, I am
sure you will be happier.
Mlf you are really trying to
improve, your husband should
not criticise unless In a helpful
NO WORK; NO MONEY
- Dear Miss Grey: I read
your columns every day and
see that -so - many people
seek your advice, so I hope
you will help me too. S>
I am « foreigner and
mine to this country about
11 month* ago. I am out
of work and out of money
and don't know where to go
for work for I can't speak
very good Knglish, yet I
know v great many people
from my country in thin
town and they all tell me it
is almost inipos«.»bJ»% to find
work for me because I don't
know any trade. They also
tell me to go to the woods to
work, but I am afraid to go
for I am not very strong
and I don't think I can inuku
good. Now, Miss <«r«'y, do
you think I can make a
living iii the woods during
the v.inter time? Please tell
me where to go to find a
place. Inn do you think
of my letter «nd my spell
ing? I hope you will tell
me. Thimks. I. M.
A. C,o to the nearest railroad
offices and ask for employm■ in
on the road. Jt will be pick and
shovel work, but that is better
than none. Your ipelUmfl and
Knsll-h is "l> to the average
NOT EVEN A I'AHKXT.
Hear .Miss <iiey: I havo
read your paper and think
you give very good answers,
so 1 wish you would kindly
answer mine. About two
years ago I met a nice young
MS. lie worked very hard
and he was always very
nice. Ife hns a splendid
reputation wliei-e he worked.
He went away a short tinio
ngo and usk<-d me if I cared
if he wnile lo me. I did
not think mollier would
care. He wrote »o me just
once mid my mother becninn
very angry nml threalened
me many Ihings if he wrote
-Vow, Miss <irey, I am not
n silly girl of Hi in love; I
am old enough to be srnsl
ble. 1 like him only as a
friend. What would you do
if yon were me? It. T.
A. -if 1 were of age and know
beyond doubt that the man is all
right, I would write him. Not
even a parent has the right to
limit another by personal opin
ion unbacked by factH.
Jpp|k Are You
fig •* '■ • tcß
V** jl I Reduced
I was Fat, Uncomfortable, Looked
Old. Felt Miserable, suffared With
rheumatism. Asthma, Neuralgia.
When I worked or walked, I puffed
like a. Porpoise. I took every ad
vertised medicine I could find. I
Starved, Sweated, Exercised, Doc
tored and changed climate but I
ruined my digestion, felt like an in
valid but steadily gained weight.
There was not a single plan or ilrug
that I heard of that I did not try. I
failed to reduce my weight. 1 drop
ped society, us I did not earn to be
the butt of all the jokes. It was em
barrassing to have my friends tell
me I was setting Stout, as no on*
knew It better than myself.
BOMKTHINa HAD TO UK I>O MS
I began to study the, cause of
KAT. When I discovered the cans*
I found tha remedy. Th» Jr*n«h
Method gave me an Insight. I Im
proved on that. Removed the ob
jectionable features, adde<J more
pleasant ones, and then I trlc,d my
plan on myself for a week. It
worked like Magic. I could hay»
sr»«E.\>iKii \VITH JOY
at the end of the first week when
the scales told me 1 ligd lost ten
pounds by my simple.easy, harmless
Drugless Method. It was a pleasure
then to continue until I regained my
normal self in size. I feel fllluau
years younger. I look fifteen years
younger. My Double Chin has
entirely disappeared. I can walk or
work now. I can climb a mountain.
I am normal size. 1 can weigh Just
what I want to weigh. lam master
of my own body now. I did not
starve, but eat all I wanted to. I
did not take Sweat Baths. I did not
Dnifj. I used no Electricity, or
harmful exercises, but I found the
Simple, Sane. Common Sense WAT
of reducing my weight and I applied
It. I have tried It on others. My
Doctor says 1 am a perfect picture
of health now. I am no longer all
ing. I am now a happy, healthy
woman. Now I am going; to help
others to be happy. I have written
a beak on the subject. If you are
fat, I want you to hnve It. It will
tell you all about my Harmless
Driiffless Method. To all who send
me their name* and address I mall
It l('HEl:,a» long as the present sup
ply lasts. It will save you money,
Save you from Harmful Drugs, Hay»
you from Starvation Diets, Harmful
Kxerolsts, possibly save YOUR
LIKE. It Is yours for the asking;
without a penny. Just send your
name and address. A Postal Card
will do and I'll b« glad to sen.l It
so that you can 4>lluhiy learn hew
to reduce ynur~»nlf be as happy
a* I am. write tod by as this adver
tisement may not appear again In
HATTIE FUEL, 717 Barclay, Den
ver, Colo. -
Tke l««l«l *uM lt»«tt day
•fearners •• the «•••«!.
SIGHT ROUND TRIPS DAILT
. Leaves Tacoroa from Mu
. nicipal Clock at 7:00, 1:00,11:00
a. in.: 1:00. 1:00, (:00. 7:01
. t:00 p. m.
L«»v« Seattle from Colman
dock. 7:00. 9:00. 11:00 a. m..
1:00, 3:00. 6:00, 7:o#. 9:00 p. m.
■ INGI.B FAM SSc
ROUND TRIP 50«?
A Steamer BSverrTir* Itanra.
; 1.. K. PVRCBLI, itnl ■ ::
Phone HUIn »Ui '
Scenes From the Life of Christ
8 JOHN TIIK BAPTIST ORVINO IN THK WILDERNESS.
(Reverently iMii-iraajrod on tile exact ►put whcro it took place
nineteen hundred years ago—a part of the elaborate and costly
moving picture production of Hie Kulein Company, to (be tint
shown at C'hri.stniUN time.)
For this is ho that was spoken of by the prophet
Ksaias, saying: The voice of one crying in the wilder
ness. Prepare ye tlio way of the Lord, make hla paths
straight.—Matthew iit:3. '
(Tlio editor siiKßcists that those pictures will prove of i>erina
nent interest, especially to children. CUT THEM OUT mid .SAVK
THEM. 1/ you miss any picture, bnck numbers of the Time- may
bo secured lit this office.)
This Little Tacoma Girl Was
Born Under Successful Star
Please observe the profound
and scholarly attitude of llttlo
Mlbs Clara Virginia Bunell, who
Is here depicted. Clara is the
daughter of \V. 11. Bunell, of
0515 East I street. She was
born April 4, 1903, and conse
quently comes under Die zediac
sign of Aries. She will be suc
cessful M a teacher, writer or
lecturer and her characteristics
are intuitive insight, reason, con
trolling power, impetuosity and
unconquerable energy. People
born under this sign are leaders,
nobly, generous, magnetic and
progressive. Their originality and
intuition quickly develop the girts
of tho spirit which makes them
born "Comforters and mind-read
ers who seldom are deceived.
Juno and July should prom most
successful for the development of
Aries' interests and Tuesday Is
considered the propitious day.
Under tills sign were born Ed
ward Fitzgerald, Bismarck,
Shakespeare, Henry Clay and
KETTLE LID THAT WON'T SLIP OFF
Get Feather Busy With a Piece of Wire and You'll
ff FIG. \ <^5.
Fig. I—Top view of bent wlr c. Fig. 2Side view of same.
Fig. B—\\ ire around iv.side of li d. Fig. 4 Non-slipping lid la
action. ' \
More fingers are burned trying the top on the kettle and at the
to keep the top on a steaming same time not interfero with the
kettle while it Is being emptied ease with which It can be remor
than by playing with fire. And ed is to equip it with a piece of
more tempera are lost. Of course heavy wire bent in the shape
there are lots of kettles with Ir- shown in the sketch.. The top
removable tops, but they are not cannot fall off if the wire Is
so numerous as those that have placed as shown In the sketch/
loose tops. A simple way to keep after It has been properly shaped.
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