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Eight Living and Thinking Are Most Important
Factors to Health, Declares Celebrated Author
ity, Wholesome Food, Recreation, Exercise
and Fresh Air Also Are Necessary.
The United States has produced many philoso
phers and teachers and has been electrfied by many
orators of world renown, but never in the history of
this country have teachings taken such deep root and
spread among all classes so rapidly as have the philos
ophy and theories of health and right living pro
pounded by L. T. Cooper, the noted lecturer and mil
lionaire manufacturer of Tanlac.
From an attitude of di- belief
and criticism, leaders of thought
and action have been brought to
investigate the spreading phe
nomena of the growing popular
ity of this man's philosophy, and
hundreds, of the skeptics have
followed the thousands of the
maisses of the people, who have
become not only devout believeri.
in his teachings, but practicers as
Hundreds of thousands arc
now taktns Tanlac, but the most
convincing proof of the correct
ness of his theories Is the testi
mony of tlie vast number of well
known men and women from all
purls of the country whom he has
It Is not unlikely that Mr.
Cooper may decide to visit Taco
ma at an early date. He is now
at bis home in Dayton, 0., and in
the event that he should include
this city In his Western Itinerary,
It Is hoped he can be Induced to
deliver at least one lecture while
here, and give the people of. this
city the same benefits of his
study and medicine that he has
given the people of Cincinnati,
Louisville, Nashville, Memphis,
Birmingham, Atlanta and the
larger cities of the North and
Mr. Cooper Is a man of rare
talent, magnetic force and charm
of manner. He never ceases to
surprise you with the infinite
variety of his knowledge, and Its
absolute correctness and thoro-
The following is an extract
from one of Mr. Cooper's recent
lectures on health and hygiene:
"Don't expect to get over phy
sical disease by taking my medi
cine and waiting a few days. It
takes a long continuation of
abates to stomach and other
vital organs to produce an In
valid; and even with the aid
ef medicine, time is neces
aaryy to restore health. Tis
sue must be rebuilt and the entire
system put In working order—
and kept that way by food and
habits that render health possi
"Right living and right think
ing are the most important fac
tors to health. Medicine only
gives the Individual a chance.
Don't try to live on Tanlac or any
ether medicine. Wholesome food,
exercise, recreation, cheerfulness,
fresh air, sunshine and work are
the things for you to use every
day, and you will notice that I
don't pat alcohol or tobacco on
the list. Stimulants and nar
cotics are seldom necessary.
"Tlie people who make and sell
Tanlac are Interested In each and
every sufferer In this country. We
want you to get over your trou
ble and be well aud strong again.
We don't want the Tanlac treat
ment to fall In a single instance,
and we do rrot believe It will
where suffering of any kind re
sults directly or indirectly from
Young Britons Drill in Trafalgar Square
With uniforms made of newspapers nnd weapons of sticks the school boys of London drill
daily nil over the city. Sometimes a constable chases tlie "nrnij, " when the crowd that gathere
gets big enough to blink traffic. But just am often the pollceuutn noes something "suspicious"
in another direction. This picture shows one squntl drilling at the foot of Nelson's monument in
Trafalgar Square. If these youngsters were jus! |ld enough—well, fewer such billboards aa that
behind them would do.
|tli- .ordered stomachs, catarrhal
[condition., of mucous membranes
jof liver and kidney derangements.
Co-operation of Pntient Nocensary
"But we do say, bere and now,
that the faithful co-operation ot
the patient is absolutely neces-
sary. Use your head and re
strain your desires. Don't over
load your etomach just because
the medicine is beginning to do
you good, and then expect Tanlac
to keep you progressing toward
health. If you have been on
liquid diet, do not expect the
first dose of Tanlao to digest
solid food. Remember this, right
now and forever, no medicine la
the world can continue to save
you from the consequences of im
proper living. Attention to the
diet and keeping the bowels open
ip a matetr of first importance.
"Remember that Tanlac is com-
posed of the most beneficial roots
and herbs known to science. It
Is entirely vegetable and contains
no ingredients to produce violent
or sudden effects. Medicines that
bring immediate stimulation in
variably have an injurious reac
tion that is dangerous to the sys
"Tanlac is none the less pow
erful in its final results. It
builds, strengthens and tones tho
system as fast as nature can cor
rect conditions, and it causes new
tissues to grow. Any so-called
cure that works quicker than this
will do more harm than good.
They poison and weaken for all
time. You nun I be satisfied to
assist nature and await her slow
but Inevitable action if you would
regain your health. Trying to
force nature is disastrous."
On one occasion Mr. Cooper
was asked whether or jiut Tan
lac would relieve rheumatism,
catarrh, liver and kidney trou
bles and a dozen other ailments,
and in this connection said:
"I am convinced that the
stomach regulates the condition
of the blood and Is the fountain
head of health or disease, as the
case may be. As I have repeat
edly stated in the past, my medi
cine is intended primarily for the
regulation of the stomaah a.nd
the correction of catarrhal in
flammation, but it is no uncom
mon thing for persons who have
used the Tanlac treatment to
come to me and exjilaln that it
has relieved them of rheumatism,
kidney and liver disorders and
many ailments not generally rec
ognized as having their origin in
The announcement that this fa^
moua medicine has been placed
on sale in this city has created
widespread Interest and it is a
foregone conclusion that hun
dreds of Tacoma people will call
at the local agencies within the
next few days to obtain It.
Tanlac Is now sold In Tacoma
by French Drug Co., under the
personal direction of a special
Tanlac representative. adv.
U. S. SERVICE
Edited by Edith Cunningham.
Taeomans having relatives In army, navy or marlnee era
Invited to contribute to this column. News items, extracts of
letters and personals are welcome. Call Main IS.
The Horrors of War
Today Ib Thrift day—
Thrift day for everybody
The poor man;
For him It is
Because be is completely,
The fruit of two weeks
In the Thrift Stamp trenches.
Mother commandeered hlB silver
And Willie took bis pennies,
And between the two
He has been properly trimmed,
And Is an object of charity
When it comes to car tare,
Cigars and lunches.
The Liberty I_oan
Has taken his paper money,
And the family
His small change,
But he still has plenty of hope,
And he is not complaining.
He would rather
Distribute his money at home
Than let the kaiser take it.
Nevertheless lie maintains
| And with some show of reason,
That all the horrors of war
Are not in the trenches.
c c c
Where Do the
Perhaps the submarine war
fare has been much greater than
we of the west have realized.
This Is brought home to us very
strongly in a letter received here
by Mr. and Mrs. James A. Miller
from their son George who hats
been in France for over four
months. During that time his par
ents have written him 14 letters,
only one of which he has received.
Is it the subs, we wonder, or just
the hard hearted censor? But
reed youim Miller's letter and see
Dear Mother and Father: Well,
at last I have received one letter
from you. It Is dated Dec. 29.
That is all the news that I have
had from you except copies of
The Times which you sent. I don't
understand where all your letters
go as 1 believe that you are writ
ing to me often.
Today is a holiday in France
as well as the United States. It Is
George Washington's birthday.
People have come Into the city
from all parts of the country for
a gathering. They come In autos,
push carts, two-wheeled wagons,
bicycles, and all sorts of convey
ances. A holiday also means a big
market day for France, and to
day there is stock lined up in all
the streets, in the gutters and ev
erywhere besides a great deal of
garden truck, dry goods and trin
kets. Every Sunday is a big mar
ket day, too, but 1 never saw so
itiunli stuff gathered together in
my life as there has been here to
day. Most of the market people
are real old, some of them look
ing over a hundred years.
All of the wagons here have
two wheels and are drawn by one
horse. They also ride bicycles
that have no coaster brakes.
We are in a very old city now.
Most of the houses in France are
made of stone and cement and last
very long. Some of them here In
this town are over 100 years old.
Say, by the way, the A. E. F. is
printing a -i.-iu-r of its own over
here now. It is called tbe "Stars
and tbe Stripes." It is a mighty
good paper and we all enjoy it
very much. Everything In It is
true and you can believe it. 1
am going to send you a couple of
copies and hope that you get them
ffcumUy, March 21, 1018.-THE TAOOMA TIMEB-ft|e Am.
——.^— -~—m i ill. .—,— Wi i ——< ———■,—
I have a letter from a friend of
mine who Is some distance from
here up at the front. He says
that they are having a good time
and fine eats. By the way, we
get splendid food here, too. We
have white bread and fresh meat
almost every day.
I see by last night's paper that
Austria wants to talk peace with
the United States. Believe me,
before long they will be begging
We are going to get the over
seas cap pretty soon, instead of
the campaign hats. They are
just plain with two sides of khaki
O. D. We are getting to be all
Frenchmen now. (Savoy?)
Each one of us has about a
dozen French bookß to study.
It is hard to tell if we will ever
be sent to the front or not, but
I surely would like to see a little
of it anyway.
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Times for Men
The Times service suscribers'
list is swiftly passing along in the
hundreds and the men are still
crying for the paper. Wednesday
afternoon there were four more
papers added to the already large
bundles that go across continent
and ocean to find the Sammy and
cheer him up. The new ones are:
Tom Morgan, A. E. F.; Sergs. Del
mar Moon, A. E. P.; George F.
Kiniil. Camp Laurel, Maryland,
and Elmer Johnson. A. E. F.
c c c
The Honest Soldier
Of all the qualities of a soldier,
the one tlijng that is most admir
able is frankness, and this Leslie
Kirby possesses to an arrtonish
ing degree. How often do we
find the man who will openly
admit that he was seasick? Folks,
we present the soldier truthful,
Leslie Kirby, son of Mrs. D. M.
Kirby, 108 _ 14th st., aad for
merly of Camp Lewis.
My Dear Mother:
I received your letter a few
days ago and also the candy that
you sent me. It sure was swell,
but I was mighty glad to get the
Well, I have gotten across the
big dr^!k all O. X., but I was
surely sick for two whole days,
even tho we had nice weather all
the way over.
The navy fed us on the boat,
and we were treated fine in Eng
land, with splendid meals served
to us all the time. I was in Eng
land for Christmas, and we sure
BARBER 6IVES RECEIPE
FAR BRAY HAIR
I Tells How to Make a Rome-Made
Gray Hair Remedy. |
Mr. A. E. O'Brien, who has been
a barber in New York City for
many years, made the following
statement: "Gray, st leaked or
faded hair can be immediately
made black, brown or light brown,
whichever shade you desire, by
use of the following remedy that
you can make at home:
Merely get a small box of Or
lex powder at any drug store. It
costs only 2u cents, and no extras
to buy. Dissolve it In one ounce
of water and comb It thru the
hair. Full directions for use
come in each box.
You need not hesitate to use
Orlex, as a $100.00 gold bond
comes in each U>\ guaranteeing
the user that Orlex powder does
not contain silver, lead, zinc, sul
phur, mercury, aniline, coal-tar
products or their derivaties.
"It does not rub off, is not
sticky or gummy and leaves the
hair fluffy. It will make a gray
haired person look twenty years
Candidate for Commissioner
Public Works Preferred
Vote For Efficiency
Primary Election April a
Mail £ V
Broken \m V f
To Us for W"*jf
I BENT $U.no GLASSES
Tacoma's Leading Opticians.
Taeoma Theater Hldg.
| Ir% YEARS ABOVE LOCATION
Comedies of Camp Lewis
"Elmer, not 100 deep or you 11 be ■li-.54-.iinr afore ya know it."
had some dinner.
We are within about 40 milets
of the front now and can hear
the big guns roar, bnt 1 think
that it will be some time before
we see tbe front.
There is very little - news to
write and all that I can tell you
is that I am well and happy and
that 1 hope to be back in tbo
states in 51 least two or three
With love to all, as eveij your
• • •
Couldn't Kill 'Em
In the last caeaualty list sent
over here by General Pershing
there appeared under the head
of slightly wounded the name of
It would take a lot to kill a
Here and Elsewhere
Nisqually Indians may fight
against tbe land condemnation of
the government for the army
post, District Attorney Flshburne
Dr. Cor mi, dentist, haa moved
to SOB-12 Pantages Bldg. adv.
Ronton Grand Opera company
to sing for men at Camp Lewis.
Get your moneys worth. Eat at
tbe Lotus Grill or Annex. adv.
The following birth certificates
were registered at the city health
office Wednesday: Born to Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Ittner, 829 South
COUNT FIFTY! NO
Don't suffer! Instant re
lief follows a nibbing
with old "St. Jacobs
Conquers pain—never fails.
Rub soothing, penetrating "St.
Jacobs Liniment" right on the
ache or pain, and out comes the
Here's a joyful experiment! Try
it! Get a small trial bottle from
your druggist; pour a little In
your hand and rub it gently on
the sore, aching nerves, and be
fore you realize It—in just a mo
ment—all pain and neuralgia dis
appear. It's almost magical, but
| the Joy is, that the misery doesn't
| come back. No! The nerves are
soothed and congestion is reliev
ed and your neuralgia is over
Stop suffering! It's needless —
j neuralgia and pain of al) kinds.
: either in the face, head, limbs or
any part of the body, is instantly
banished. "St. Jacobs Liniment"
is perfectly harmless and doesn't
hum or discolor the skin, lv use
for half a century.
man with a name like that.
• • *
Joins the Engineers
Wodnesday morning Edwin W.
Williamson, electrician, sinned
up at the army recruiting sta
tion and joined tbe 34th rail
Williamson is very well know
in Tax'oma, having been employ
ed in the city light department
and by the Milwaukee shops. lie
leaves soon to join bis regiment.
• • •
Cause of the Riot
"A German sympathizer broke
up a meeting of the Frugality
club last night."
"Set off a bomb?"
"No, he dropped a nickel."
Steele street, two daughters, Mar.
18; Mr. and Mrs. It McFarland,
36 North 7th, son. Mar. 17.
Directors of tlie Taooma Ro
tary club to boost the sale of
tickets for Fort Flagler baseball
We ask you today to try our
special club breakfast or business
men's lunch at 25c. Tomorrow
you will ask your friends. Lotus
Cafe Annex. adv.
Judge Neterer to hold federal
court hero in the absence of
Judge Cushman, who is in Cali
Homemade Doughnuts. Dueu
wald's, 1112 Broadway. adv.
Linemen's strike in Montana re
ported to be settled.
Three leader* of the Red Rus
sians said to be dead at Petro
Expert.l* on homing pigeons are
wanted in the signal corps at
liinii Mowers, $4.00 and up.
Palace Hardware Co., lwll Pa
cific aye. adv.
Tony Christ! fined $100 by
Judge Graham for giving liquor to
Dr. Mtirry. Dentist, Warbortoa
('billies llililieiil. Washington
food administrator, to get pota
toes made into flour for the gov
Nilk Hat Cords for all brunches
of the service, at Hofstetter's,
' :tOS Pacific.
The Hegena, I t -uguayan steam
er, torpedoed near Spain. Crew
saved at Naples.
I <iiiii<.n curfew hour set at
10:30. after which time all places
of amusement must be closed.
Rumanian premier, Alexander
Marghileinan. newly appointed,
announces himself in favor of
COMMERCIAL BINDERY A
PRINTING CO. Main 417. adv.
Seattle mufficians to give con
cert at Camp I_ewis.
Clearings $ 982,140.03
■■^■MMMIH ESTABLISHED IHBB m—MW—MM—WM—W—
SOMETHING MCW EVERY DAI
THE BUSY STORE ON PACIFIC AVENUE
and Sale of Wool
The sale wan planned some montliH ago, when we purchased
for cash vast quantities of all wool and part wool drens
fabric, at priors much lictlow the pr.-x-nt ntukci We now
i|iHit.- you reinarkablc values, at very material savings on
the fashionable wool fabrici*. you need. We liave the con
fidence of the thrifty liv oma buying public, and it is just
Much Males us this that Nil-earthen our trade n-lalione and
show we aro always on the watch in your interest.
All Wool AU Wool Epingle
ctnrm Qpro-o 4H iMCBm WIDE
atorm berge Navy , royal a det greMi
42 IM Hi:.. WIDE sand, plum and black; a nov-
Royal Tailor's, navy blue elty woven dress fabric, stylish
and black, warranted all and durable. Special today,
wool, both warp and filling. Friday and Satur- #« AC
Special for today, Friday day. the yard ifttHJ
JUid Saturday, . . »4 ir NOTE— ,ri yards of wool epin
tho yard *$ I iH-O gle will make any style suit,
NOT_._-.V4 yards of this • >*-il being the cost of ma
serge niiil.e, any style dress, 'erial.
*<».5n being the complete cost xUe\nl
ot material. VVOOI
tt W , Novelty Plaids
Half Wool Minora wide
■PrenoVi CtArrro Handsome two and three
rieni.il Oct ge tono .ombinations of plaid
42 INCHES \\ll>l novelties; an all wool sklrt-
Ilrown, green, navy and ing, beautiful and smart as
black; a medium weight textile designers can devise,
serge of splendid wearing Special for today, Friday and
quality, adapted for chil- Saturday, • « |»Q
dren's school dresses. Spe- the yard $_LiU«)
clal for today, Friday and NOTE -I > 2 yards of wool
Saturday, ft! 4 Q novelty plaid will make any
the yard I • 13 etyle skirt, $6.73 being tbe
NOTE—Three yards makes ,ost of material.
any style dress, II.ST being -,-, .. m _. m •_.
the cost of material. -FOT the Easter OUlt
n b » ah —Broadcloth
UftKS All Shown in all the staple
Wnnl tlp-rrra shades for -women's tailored
wuui oerge Bllj(s Tl)is ))eauUfll , broad .
4« INCHES WIDE olotb is treated so It will not
Golden brown, greens, blues wrinkle. It is a very superior
and black; a fabric that gives quality and is ali-o to be had
perfect satisfaction in wear; in black or white. Special
handsome in appearance. Spe- today, Friday and •■Q J*Q
cial for today, Friday and Saturday, the yard ydiUv
Saturday, • 4 QC NOTE — .", yards of sponged
the yard $ I lOU broadcloth is the amount re-
NOTE —2V£ yards makes any quired for a woman's suit,
style skirt, $4.63 being the 111.41 being the cost of ma
cost of material. terials.
The dependable fabrics here listed show you big saving by
inventing now—whether you buy one yard or a pattern. We
invite minute comparison. These are. remarkable values
nnd fabrics. —Drew* Qo-jQh Section. Klmt yioor. =
• WHAT RBTAILKIW PAT ♦
Lemons, box $7.60 ® 8
Bananas, lb . .C 5 V»
Oranges, box $6 05.50
Grapefruit, Florida $5.50 0 6
Home grown apples ... .$1 if> 1.65
Yakima apples $1.5002
Netted Gem potatoes $27
Local potatoes, cwt $1.60
Onions, sack $2.25
Carrots, sack $1.75
Lettuce, Cal $2.25
Cucumbers, doz $1.5002
Beets, lb 2e
Cabbage, local 1 % c
Eggplant. Ib 5b
Sweet potatoes, lb 60
Cabbage, loca. 2«
Celery, crate |4.. Rio
Cauliflower, crate $2.50
Spinach, lb 6e
Radishes, doz. bu 25c
New Turnips $1.85
Brussels sprouts lie
natter, __&•*■ Cheese
Wash, creamery butter r»3c
Fresh ranch eggs 48c
Washington cheese 21c
Swiss cheese 3 .'lc
Cold rain, winds, and dampness
bring out the rheumatic aches. An
application of Sloan's Liniment will
soon have the blood circulating and
the pain will disappear. For neu
ralgia, lame back, stiff neck, sprains;
1 strains; and all muscle soreness.
Sloan'• Liniment can't be but. No rubbing;
. itqutckly penetrate-and doeeitawork witn
eut etaia or doffing ol tke DOree. Better
tban plaalera or omt rarnii For cold feet or
ba lid.. I ry an application o( Sloan'* Liniment.
Geneiou* masti bolUaa. at all dmgiala.
Sloan's prices not increased,
25c, 50c, tl.
Cream brick cheees 2»«
Hens, dressed 24 oSsa
Geese, dressed 16018 a
Mutton, wethers $13 014
Steer beet $808
Tacoma people will marvel at
this clerk's recovery. His stomach
was so lwd he could eat very lit
tle. Everything fermented and
soured. Had stomach cough. Doc
tor advised buckthorn bark, gly
cerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-l
ka ONE SPOONFUL helped hint
INSTANTLY. Because Adlerl-ka
empties BOTH large ad small In
testine i' relieves ANY CASE con
stipation, sour stomach or gas and
prevents appendicitis. It has
•QI'ICKKST action of anything we
ever sold. The French Drug 00.,
1 3th and Pacific, llth and Broad
way; Owl Drug Co., 904 Broadway.
h-MK %_ AILING
'jiT V If y°» are
■^ _fl It lie tun"
£ _H H get the
_A m results iniia
_^M_^_*____m m ii'
f'_\ 0 '-•
W . Mm m niriK.
... . wait until
lilt. lvKI.ll;, ttl( , trouble
•>n<-<iiilia( get, . tlrm
holil on your system. No man can
enjoy lite whose body la sick and
diseased. Ff ynti have not been
successful in selling rid of your
I INVITE YOU
to call at ,1 consult with me. I make
no . harp,, for consultation, nor does
your visit obligate you to accept my
treatment. If you should decide te
accept m> m i - r - *, I can assure you
that I will nice- you the treatment
that my lung experience lias taught
me Is best for your condition, upoa
anil will allow you to pay my fee la
any way mom convenient to yoar
circumstances. I employ all tbe
latest remedies end the beat math
mis known to science In th# reat
mrnt of BI.OOD AND SHP »•
KASKS. KIDNI.Y. \\\.At>_f ***
IKIXAKY AII.MI.NTB J
conditions to which mjf
Ject. If you need il\r
a specialist, come Itif
It over. My office Is f
' 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. s/T
J. J. Keefe/ M
•Mtt Parffle / f+