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Monday Oct. 17,1910
THINGS THAT WILL INTEREST IN THE REALM OF WOMEN
In order tliat tiu-ir funds for
•philanthropic work may ibe in
creased, the Phil Sheridan W. R.
13. will hold a rummage sale at
the public market, South Elev
enth and D streets, for three days
beginning October 27.
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Classes In domestic economy
and other studies as offered l>y
the American Women's league,
•■will be organized at the home of
Mrs. J. Q. Mason, on <Xorth Wash
ington avenue, Thursday evening.
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Mr. Fred Reeves will celebrate
his hundredth birthday at his
home, 411 South X street, by a
reception to his old friends and
acquaintances Tuesday afternoon.
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l>r. and Mrs. Clarence H. Har-
Tis have returned to their home
on Fletcher Heights, 4317 Sixth
avenue, after spending the sum
mer on the Narrows.
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Tli<> V. O. IJ. S. of the Tacoma
High school, a boys' society of the
193 0 class, will give a compli
mentary reception to their High
school and alumni friends next
Saturday evening at Sloan's hall.
Dancing will follow an informal
• • •
A ooterie of their friends were
entertained pleasantly at the
lionie of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Flory,
•509 South Thirty-fourth street,
last Friday evening. Music and \
games formed the entertainment
of the eveninc.
A Talk on Veils
Uy CYXTHI.Y GROT.
There isn't an atom of doubt of
the fact that a pretty veil, properly
■worn, enhances the beauty of the
complexion, adds to the luster of
the eyes, and, one might add, keeps
frowzly locks under restraint.
And there are veils of all kinds
this season, for they never were
in greater demand. From lace cur
tain drapery, style down to the
tiniest, sheerest malmo —veils are
Been everywhere, on women of all
ages and complexions.
Wire net is the material in
greatest demand. The thread Is so
coarse that it resembles fine wire,
but is so soft that it is gracefully
aransed. Some of these veils are
plain and some have open work
patterns with leaves, and spider
work patterns are frequently seen.
Handkerchief squares of filmy
chiffon, indispensable for stormy
days^ are becoming rather expen
sive" but cheap in the end, as
they're washable. They are not
really intended to cover the face,
but to act as a security for the
hat, and are fixed about the head
in any preferred way. They come
in all the new colors.
Another type of veil is the long
net scarf edged with a broad band
of laco in the same color. It looks
imposing enough to be a shotildci^
scarf, but is instead lightly draped
around a large hat ami allowed to
hang loosely at the back far below
For those who do not care for
draped veils there are niesh veils
of all descriptions. At any rate, a
veil of some kind we must wear if
■we would be right in style the
Can Ho Kasily lt('im>vr<l—Aim
in One Night—Like Magic
Miss E. M. Berger, of Beloit,
iWis., writes so interesting and
convincing a letter about how she
got rid of her freckles that we
gladly quote a part of it:
L "I have used' one jar of Klntlio
*"'«m Tlmply ? e »Khted with tie
io2 Ii .I ws alwa of the opin
ion that freckles could NOT be re
™»v,ed, but thought I would give
Kintho a trial, and it has truly con
vinced me that freckles CAN be re
moved., It has proved all you claim
If your case is like Miss Ber
gers get a two-ounce package of
Klntno (extra strength) at toilet
counter of Ryner Malstrom Drug
Co. and see if it won't do the same
for you. Money back if it fails
Why throw your old hat
away? I can reblock, dye, clean
or repair It for you at a price
that means a saving of about
$2 on what you would pay for
a new one.
118 South 9th st.
Just Off Pacific.
> •6 GLASSKS FOB '91 ' :
,2^^832 Provident 8id5. .,,,
THE SEASON'S VERY NEWEST THINGS IN NECKWEAR;
AND YOU CAN MAKE THEM YOURSELVES, LADIES
IXUNTY YOKE OP VA-LBXCrBXIXES.
This yoke Is made, of rows of lace insertion and edged with a
wide knife-plaited frill of fine net. This frill is confined at the cen
ter with a plain row of the insertion and edged with lace to match.
The frill and yoke are joined by a bias band of soft plain satin of
the same color as predominating color of gown.
"I ADVOCATE POLYGAMY as a national institution. Let' a
man be married to as many wives as he can support. Would not
this be better than our present double standard and its moral rotten
ness? The cause of the crimes committed by the great majority of
women is the fact that there is one set of morals ts£ men and an
entirely different standard for women."—Dß. KATHERINE B.
DAVIS, Ph. D., head of New York Reformatory for Women.
"UNLIMITED FAMILIES ARE A CURSE. It is a crime for
most people (o have even two children. The world would be far
better if most marriages were childless and most children orphans.
Every child should be wished for, planned for, exactly as a house
Is. It should be the product of conscious will. The idea that every
woman is a predestined mother is ridiculous. It is a crime for
a woman to have children that she doesn't want." —LILLIAN BELL
(Mrs. Arthur Hoyt), popular author.
"WOMEN IX A TURKISH HARUM ARK HAPPIER than many
American women. The foundations of our race are undermined by
the way American women are treated. Married women, particularly,
are doing too mufife work outside of housework. Women workers
would like to go back to the home, but they can't. American men
are becoming too lazy and too spoiled for any use." —DR. EUGENIA
HANCOCK, New York physician.
The Moo Cow Moo
My pa held me up to the mo-cow-moo \
So dost I could almost touch,
En I wasn't a fraid-cat much.
En I fed a couple of times, or two.
But if my pa goes Into the house,
• , En mamma, she goes in, too,
' "I Just keep still like a little-/mouse,.
- Fer the moo-cow-moo might moo!
The moo-cow-moo's got a tall like a rope
En it's raveled down where it grows, ■
En it's just like feeling a piece of soap
. .All over the moo-cow's nose.
En the moo-cow-moo has lots of fun
Just swinging his tail about;
En he opens his mouth and then I run—
, 'Cause that's where the moo comes out.
En the moo-cow-moo's got doors on his head
En his eyes stick out o' their place, ', ■
En the nose o' the moo-cow-moo is spread
,•■■ All over the end of his face.. ,
En his feet Is nothing but finger-nails ;
i En his mamma don't keep '-em cut,
En he gives folks milk in water-pails
Ef he don't keep his handles shut.
'Cause if you er me pulls the handles, why
The moo-cow-moo says it hurts,
But the hired man he aits down clost by
En squirts en squlrtß en squirts.
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"The Moo-cow is good to the milkman," said Hie Little Tot.
;s..>Dld you ever hear the story of the patriotic milkman and his
three bottles? No? Well, I'll tell it to you, but not now. They
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' thiii:k bottles OP whistle;.
.(Copyright, Dodge Pub. Co.)
THE TAPOMA TlKjg
These collars are easily made by the clever seamstress. TIII3
one is made of sheet iinen or batiste with a pleated lace-edged frill.
A tiny cravat-like bow with lace- 6dged tabs closes the collar at the
By CYXTHIA fJHKV.
"How can I gain flesh?" TJrrr
is the oft-recurring question of the
It is easier to reduce flesh than
it is to gain it, and it takes much
patient and perseverance to obtain
The thin woman should rest
much, eat much and worry little.
She must learn to move slowly— to
abandon the habit of hurrying
which all thin women seem to
She must learn how to sleep and
eat: If she has a distaste for the
kind of food which will nourish
her, she must cultivate a taste for
If she drinks a cup of hot milk
before retiring she will aid the fat
tening process as well as secure for
herself the long, sound sleep which
fattens as much as does a fat-pro
ducing diet. There is nothing like
slep to build up and restore nerve
Deep breathing is wonderfully
effective in the matter of putting
flesh on the chest. Long, deep
breaths of air should be taken be
fore an open window or our of
doors many times a day.
A short rest should be taken
every day, even though sleep may
not come. One cannot belp feeling
v%v I i AJLrll JL/JK,
_i,ri,, niivi.rl }\\r Prof Purl Rbrli
"The Cow and tlio Moon."
"The Cow and the Moon," which
comes to the Tacoma for the first
time on Tuesday night, is bound to
be successful for two reasons
alone. Founded on the Mother
Goose fables, it appeals strongly
to the children, and for like rea
son it has a deep heart interest to
those whose weary feet are lag
ging along the way. For who does
not love to be reminded in some
attractive manner of the sweet
times of childhood? While they
are never to return again, we can
enjoy their reproducyjn on tlie
stage all the more for having on :e
been real actors in jlMt such a
IVnijile of Music.
The Temple of music theater,
!)43-945 C street, over Eiler's
music house, was formally open
ed yesterday. The Temple of
Music is a motion picture theater
in all ways comparable to the best
theaters in the Northwest, save
only that the actors move on a
rystal screen instead of real life
IB the stage. The screen itself is
\ novelty, in that it makes tne
j i'turea move entirely witholt
■ '■<• flicker that hurts the eyes fc
ilinary moving pictures. An
4'ity minute program Is ■present-
I, There are four beautiful
■ ms, full of heart throbs and In-
I .motive themes. Leading the
•Ml is "The Garden of Fate," a
retty story of Grecian life in the
iolden Age, while "The Mystery
)f the Bridge of Sighs," "The
Cowboy's Daring Rescue" and
The Actor's Children," each pre
sent an unusual story of real life.
Making the Temple of Music en
tirely different from other Taco
theaters is a $5,000 pipe or-
"LACY BYItOX COUUVR.
better fur it the remainder of the
day and evening.
Above all the thin woman must
adopt. tly philosophy of cheerful
ness, accepting it for what it is,
one of the greatest beautifiers.
And she must always avoid anger,
discord, hurry or anything else
that exhausts vitality or overstimu
lates. Whatever frets, worries or
robs her of peace or sleep will
make her thin and prematurely
Banana Salad- — For individual
salad arrange one-half banana cut
in finger length strips on a lettuce
leaf and over this .sprinkle one)
heaping teaspoon fill of chopped
celery, a few seeded California
grapes or shredded pineapple cut
into small pieces, and one tea
■poonful of chopped nuts. Chill
and serve with one tcaspoonful of
Kisses -Heat white* of two eggs
to a Stiff froth, then add two cup
fuls of granulated sugar and one
teaspoonl'ul of vinegar. Beat well
for twenty minutes. Turn baking
pan upside down and cover with
oiled paper. Drop mixture in tea
spoonfuls on the pan. Do not turn
the light on the oven until they
arc in. Then bake slowly 2"> min
utes. This quantity _jnakes two
gan played by Prot. Carl Bach
and a concert grand ipiano.
Grace Merritt and Wilton Tay
lor, in "The Itlue Mouse." at the
r.'ii'iniia theater again tonight, j
' BOHK UOWHI.B.
This painful' disease Is really a
Rheumatism of the Muscles of
the abdomen and bowels and is
readily overcome by a few treat
ments In the Human Bake Oven
;ombined with Medical treatment
is given by our Physician. We as
sure you absolute relief. Renifem
jer the Right Place. We have a
Elegular Physician of •, nearly
:wenty years' experience in charge
>f our institution.
HAKE OVKN SANATORIUM
-2-3-4 Hankers Trust Bldg. j
- Open evenings this month.
ELABORATE LACK COLLAR.
-For the dressier frocks of lightweight cloth or silk these smart
little yokes are particularly appro prlate. This one is a combina
tion of wide val ami narrow cluny insertion and wide val lace The
yoke is edged with the evei'-^prese nt frill, and Ibe cascaded j»!>ot
covers the left side fastening of t lie dross.
TEDDY SURE WAS
Following is a description or
Col. Roosevelt in action at. the
late Sow York convention as writ
ten by a reporter. The colonel
must have been going some:
"By this time the colonel was
prancing up and down the front
of the stage with his teeth throw
ing off sparks, bis eyes a faint
line in a net work of wrinkles and
the cords in the back of his neck
standing out like the corrugation
of a washboard. To give greater
force to his words he shook Iboth
fists. His shoulders were work
ing like the walking beam of a
steamboat, drawing his cutaway
coat up in a bundle and causing
the tails to stand out straight be
hind. Newspaper men who 'have
watched the colonel for years de-
$£pp> Cash Is Good But
vr?\ Credit Is Better
I \ BBi\rl " c never refuse cash, but we really '
I * jMEKriF prefer to have you buy on credit. Wo t
I j\B *£v want you to know the real pleasure that '
\faJJ9 iv\ you can derive from a Credit Store like
\a I jH^, LINCOLN'S.
Ij| . Ladies Suits and Coats i
i j|. O ( ) In a" styles, rotors and fabrics. Well
fill 1 111 made and made to fit you after you buy
I I I Kill' them. From $15 to $35 — and on such
li !• \ Vil Easy Terms.
I i™\\| Examine any garment In the House. Try
II iis)M\ them on, ask the salespeople questions
I ill Twill —we are at your service whether you
L|jl<«*s*?b '"'v '"' no- We know jOKWKSBBBKBttMt%
x^Sra^ ' there is always anoth- r
c. nn w i, er tiii)>' .'mil we are i JH&y
yi.OOaWeeK^ certain that courteous T*fl
■■■■■■■■■■■■••^ treatment always Vv-i
brings back customers. -"jtrt^to—^
Suits for Particular Men Jm&f&&
You will find them at Lincoln's and In Wr vW^l^^
styles, colors and fabrics that will please g /v L'mV^l^
you. The prices are low enough to suit tf f / tf^
any pocketbook, and you may pay as f At m'j^mk
you please. $12.50 to $35.00. iußxmllfm.
TAOOMA'S NEW CnKDIT STORE fjti . \M
925 C Street - &&** S^
MMmmvimmaumammmmsaasm\mm $1.00 a Week ~,
fit Mi TEETH
nTW^ ... ftiw wifci ■ ■ ■
til /Jr 1118 ELKCTnO DENT pasix>bs
I i AJ*r do the best dental work in |\a city
end at moat moderate price*. Pain
.Painless extracting 800 less extracting a specialty.
Best Gold Crown.. »5 »'« GIVE GAB
Bent Bridie Work at: Examinations and' KattmitM Free. % •:.-
Best Bridge Work »3 All Work Guaranteed.
Plates as low m .. ■»« - '■"-.-■" .-_- -. . -_.•'' .r ~:''K'
- odd Fining. .-.it np Electro Dental Parlors
Platinum Filling^.. jt Theater Bldg. 9th and O Sta.
clared that be had never given
such an exhibition o£ aggressive
ness. Every sentence began with
"I" until one sot the impression
that he was listening to i college
For good home made Bread,
Pies and Cakes, stop on your wav
liukery and Coffee House.
THE UNION PUBLIC MAttKKT
South lllli ami X St.
THK HORSE WITH HI'KKI)
and the other kind too are quick
ly sold by the-use of an ad in The
Times want ads. Ada taken by
I <>i Di ie AM) !»lv\KKIl.
I Though thy constant love I
Yet its gift i.-i rarer;
I In my youth I thought thee
j Thou art older and fairer!
I She whom youth alone makes
| May awhile seem nearer;
j Thou art mine so many a
| The older, the dearer!
The best Chile in Tacoma Is a
The Topic, 1310 Pacific aye. ■••
We Do the Rest
H. W. Myers & Co.
1118-20 South X St.
4 o/o $$$$i>ss4o/o
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$ does not seem much $
$ interest to pay for $
$ money, does it? But $
$ that is the least bone- $
$ lit which you derive $
$ from starting an ac- $
1$ count in our bank. $
* SYSTEMATIC $
$ SAVING $
$ with some people can $
$ never be accomplish- $
$ ed in any other way $
$ than 'by placing a $
$ small sum each week $
$ in a bank. We guar- $
$ anted you safety and $
$ profit. $
I BANKERS TRUST $
$ CO. BANK $
$ Bankers Trust Bldg. $
$ Pacific avo. $
4 o/o $$$$Ji $ $ 4 o/o
1124 H Pacific At*.
Opp. 12th st. Itoth rhones.
Cordially invito you
to visit their beau
tiful warerooms to
hear the wonderful
Victor Talking Ma
chine and see their
excellent line of
Pianos. A visit in
curs no obligation
Lump ............... $0.50
Nut ............ .#5.50
Wllkeson furnace coal . .$1.50
Special prices on mill ft and
OniFFIN TRANSFER CO.
M. SBO A 8680