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Monday, April 8,1912.
■, HUN DAY AND MONDAY
: The Most Successful of All
• Cartoon Plays,
"THE NeN'LYWKDS" -
I Illarioua I Fun—Dishing Chorus.
«, ~tS* SO s.hi Hits.
Prices —25c to 11. • \
Seat sale Saturday.
PRINCESS THEATER
Main 7760 "
Successful Ootnedy Drama '
'The Heir To the Hoorah'
: Prices—Sue, 80c, SOc.
Bargain Matinee, Wednesday and
■ Saturday, 10c and 85c. & :
GEORGE BOND .Mil TROUPE
Startling Acrobats
—OTHKR FEATURESBIX
Watch Next Week* Program.
PANTAGES THEATER
STELLAR VAUDEVILLE
"NERVE"
By Victor H. Sin.illty
SIX OTHER 810 ACTS.
SCENIC THEATER
"For the Commonwealth.*'
Produced In Co-Operation With
National Committee on
Prison Labor.
"A Romance of the West"
A Powerful Drama of Old Arizona.
"The New Constable"
Dream Theater
'•Hi and C St.
- A powerful sermon against the
present day usury evil.
"The Sheriff's Daughter" and
"The Surprised Party Was
Surprised."
Ladies
Stop
the
Chaps
with Icyrine, 25c. Use
your phone.
Malstrom Bros.
Special
Sale on
This Week
100 lbs. White CM Of)
River Potatoes «J> 110 U
100 lbs. Burbanka, CM OR
good potatoes y I iwd
Seed Potatoes
100 lbs. Early »*% flf)
Rose Potatoes yXiUU
100 lbs White seed, 91 OR
all kinds yliOU
100 lbs. small QRf»
seed potatoes Ouli
Big reduction on Sugar and
flour. '
Main 1026. 1354 So. D.
I'Kill'l.H LOSE TIIKin KONBT
By concealing It about their person; by storing It away In mnfi,
Jugs and jart; by sewing It up In skirts and ticks; by tucking It un
der the rouches and carpets. In cupboards and bureau drawers; the**
are some of the ways by which people lose their moony, and some
times their Uvti.
PEOPLE BAVB TllKill MONEY
By depositing It in a good, reliable bank. Confident that this bank
fully meets the public's needs, w< tender Us service to all who be
lieve In keeping on th# sale side.
4 o/o BANKERS TRUST CO. BANK 4 o/o
- CAPITAL $800,000.00
BANKERS TRUST BUIIiDING. TACOMA. WASH.
After Easter Specials
SUITS AT $16.05 Mt^B'^M'M
75 Nobby Spring Suits In this lot; fl^jKB&iJW.
materials are surges, diagonals,
homespuns and mannish worsteds; / /^^L pfISSTOt
all new and up-to-date materials. / / //Zf_J»^Sfcv*—-\
Extra • -.-. CIC qr • I /////MrMWrr**
special ...'„ .... $16.30 j I tUM^I
SUIT, EXTRA SPECIAL $21. I \\WI$ M^Wl V
125 Nobby Spring Suits, all now and | JWiVf K\\
up-to-date in finish and style; mate- / [S^T / \\\\
rials are diagonals, homespuns, ink / \^k I »\ vi
blue serges, fancy trimmed and plain k^^l 11/'ifV* i
tailored models; extra good values. A MM / I
Extra COl QK A] •^''V /
special ft liww jM / mJ
COAT ."SPECIAL $10.95 *^r7 A RWM
50 Nobby Coats in this assortment: ' Dvn r\ Zjtt -
materials all fancy worsteds and /l rr^-~^7u I
plain serges; values up 01 COR ■' I P^««, */^T I
to $23.50. Your choice ..y I OiUU 111. I
SKIRT SPECIAL $5.00 \A\ I
25 Odd Skirts in this assortment; fflßl I
reg values 15.95, . $6.05 to $7..>0. |IBl| I
-Your choice fI»C (10 'SIJ A
Wednesday ............. yUiUU *J II
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' 111 I
SAMPLE SUIT AND COAT SHOP pa^fl)
500-10-11-1 a Fidelity Bld(. '
i R. J. Quick, Prop. ■ ~<f^Tß
r . Take Elevator Oth Floor. t7T~r^-'^m
GOOD CI HL, HOOKS AND NUT BREAD. -
Dear Minx Grey: I am a girl fourteen years eld and very
fond of books, and could spend most of my time if lowed
in reading them. You know how girls can get a hold of boys .
books, and novel*, there are no good:books for girls. Please
auggest Home good hooks for 'me to read that will help me be
a better girl. Also give me a recipe for nut bread.
' BILLY BOOKWORM.
A. —No good girl's books? Oh yes there are Billy Bookworm.
"Rebecca of Sunny brook Farm." "Re'beeca Mary." "Anne of Green
Gable*. "Old Fashion Ulrl," .' Little Women," and many others,
good books about unselfish girls. If you live up to the little lessons
j they teach you are bound to be a better girl. For not bread, take
four cups white flour. 4 heaping teaspoona baking powder, one
cup each .chopped nuts and sugar, one teaspoon salt. Mix thor
oughly and then add 2 cups milk and two eggs beaten separately.
Put in two bread tins and let raise twenty minutes. Bake In slow
oven about forty-five minutes.
liKAP TEAR TROUBLES.
Dear Mi-- Grey: I am a you at: man, 223 years old. lam
<i»ii%iilfi-fii to he good looking and -attractive. I-have many
girl friends who pay me attention. It seems that I love them
nil I lie, Name, hut two are getting jmtloua, and proposed to me, •
as they told me it was leap year.. I begged' for Uric in which
to appeal to you. What -hull 1 do, I love them all the same.
' My head is in a whirl. HANDSOME.
A. —It's risky business to undertake to un-whirl a head, espe
cially a handsome (?) one. Two proposals should not fluster you.
The average girl can scarcely count her conquests on the fingers
of both hands, and her head seldom whirls. Get your head
straightened and you may be able to decide.
IN THK —Tit A—LA—
. ' Dear Mien Grey: Kindly advise me If It i- proper for a
young lady of 17 c •> receive flowers from a messenger boy with
out knowing who the Mender Is? Last Saturday was the fourth
time that 1 accepted them, but I do not like to do It again
before you tell me if It's right. AX ORPHAN.
A.—Dear me buz! So cupld's hunting new ways and means
this 1912 spring! There is really no great harm in accepting the
flowers if you are not silly enough to. allow the sender (when he
makes himself known, and should he prove undersirable) to con
vince you that you are Indebted to him. Let him understand that
you are under no obligation—that you had no way of knowing
they were not from a girl, and that he took a chance when he
sent them. Be perfectly Independent. <%
Arrangements arc being com
pleted for the benefit card party
being given by Tac.oma chapter of
Ka.sii'i-ii Star at the Masonic tem
ple next Saturday evening.
• • •
Mrs. Gable, 4210 North 84th at.,
entertained the Forethought club
this afternoon.
• • •
A card party will be given to
morrow afternoon by the Ladles'
Auxiliary No. 58, of the Pythian
Sinters, at the Pythian temple.
• • •
The Parent-Teachers' associa
tion of the Irving school met this
afternoon at the school.
• • •
In honor of IC«-v. and Mm. A.
Shaw of the East Congregation
al church, a reception will be
given tonight In the church.
• • •
Mrs. J. T. Moore entertained
the Wonians Study club at her
home on North I street this af
ternoon.
MAIIi FRAUD < HAIUiKI)
SAN FRANCISCO, April 9.—
Charged with ÜBlng the mails ta
defraud by misrepresenting stocks,
X F. Wayland, a local broker, is
in custody of the postal authori
ties today. Wayland is said to
have sold a number of shares of
stock in the Western States Life
Insurance company to Richard
NTemeyer t)f Ekllogg, Idaho, and
Frank S. Reager of Orland, Cal.,
and failed to turn the stock over
to them.
Suiith,~Fk>rist. Main4o7B. 908cT*
Dear Miss Grey: Will you
please tell me which is more
correct, or it cither Is. "For
rent" or "for sale, "or For
- Rent or Sale." READER.
A.— Either is correct, but the
latter is more often used.
Try Again.
Dear Miss Grey: I asked
you what to do to get a girl
mad at me and you told me
to tell her folks about it.
They said the girl was eight
een and wont mind them, so
what can I do? 1,. M 11.
A.—You wrote me the girl was
annoying you, and I said to tell
her you would report to her par
ents, and If this had no effect, to
do so. lam sorry it did not prove
satisfactory, better report to the
Humane society for cruelty to
animals.
Take Yonr Time.
Dear Miss Grey: 1 am 13
and go to school. I have a
mile to go and moat every
i day I have a headache. Could
you please tell me what
causes it, and what will stop
It. , PICKED.
A.—l am sure it is not the
walk, dear, that is if you get up
early enough to have plenty of
time, and do not hurry. Rushing
in the early hours is the cause of
many a headache. Rise in time
not to feel rushed at your break
fast. Is your sleeping room and
the school room well ventilated?
"The Eight Sisters": The thing
which you mentioned la not only
unclean, but worse. No self-re
specting girl would allow anything
of that kind.
Names for a Girls' Club.
Dear Mian Grey: I would
like to know what you think
a good name for a girls' club.
We are all 11 years old.
TWO FRIENDS.
"Westerners," "Laurel Club,"
"Circlet Girls." If you use the
last name have circular badges,
or call yourselves the . "Square-
Deal Girls," and have squares for
your badges.
Don't Try to Be a Teacher.
Dear Miss Grey: I know a
married man who thinks that
every woman that looks at
him Is in love with him. He
is awfully stuck on me. Now
would it be all right If I
made a fool of him. Just to
teach him a lesson? His wife
could easily get someone
else, as a great many men
admire her. I wouldn't
have him myself, but he
needs a lesson. I have a
good husband myself, who
never looks at another wom
an. I will follow your ad
vice. VEBA.
Vera, I know It is a great
temptation to give this man a
■good practical lesson, but think
of the wife. He must learn his
lessons, and you should stop
peeking Into his book, and attend
strictly to your own lesson.
! Glased Sweet Potatoes.
Dear Miss Grey: Can yon
tell me how to fix the sweet
■ potatoes the way they are
rooked In the oven with
sugar? A HOUSEKEEPER.
A.Wash and pare six medium
sized potatoes. Cook ten min
utes in boiling salted water.
Drain, cut in halves ■ length
wise, and put In a buttered pan.
Make a syrup by boiling three
minutes % cup sugar and 4 ta
blespoons water, and 1 teaspoon
butter. Brush potatoes with?
syrup and bake 40 minutes, bast-
Ing twice with remaining syrup.
SULPHURRO
Get It Quick at Mal
strom Bros., 9th & C.
Use Your Phone.
THE TACOtJa TIMES.
Lingerie FrockTrftimed With Fringe
Bilk fringe used on washable frocks is what some dressmakers
are doing. Fringe has been so much a part of the winter decoration
that It la now placed on lingerie gowna.
It is used as a finish on a white cotton crepe dre«s. Above the
fringe Is a deep band of embroidery.
The blouse Is heavily embroidered, and has yoke and collar of
point desprit nev. A deep pleating of this finishes the short klmona
Bleeve. A deep and broad belt of tbe crepe Is about the waist. On
this, too. Is shown the embroidery.
Cynthia's Answers to Miscellaneous Questions
Seatle has the largest clay fac
tory on the coast.
The plot of the "Rugged Way,"
Is partly laid in Spokane.
America, the national hymn,
was written in 1832 by the Rev.
Samuel Francis Smith.
A tablespoon of lemon Juice
and two of soft soap will remove
mildew.
When a gentleman accompantot
one or more ladle* he should pay
Uiu oar fare for both.
Horsepower is the power which
will raise 33,000 pounds advolr
dupois one foot in one minute.
A Japanese born In this coun
try Is under our jurisdiction and
la a citizen of the United States.
Powdered pumice stone once In
two months and a weak salt solu
tion used daily will cleanse off
the tartar.
Roasted peanuts shell is given
by a reader as a sure cure for the
tobacco habit. Another writes
that it helped him.
Lawn Mowers
The good plain bearing
Champion always does
the work, $3.25 to $4.50
Ball Bearing Mowers
$6.50, $7, $7.50, $8,
$9, $9.50, $14, $16
I
Mohr Has It
1141-1143 C Street
Tennessee is called the "Volun
teer State," South Dakota, "Sun
shine State," Virginia, "Old Do
minion," Vermont "Green Moun
tain State."
TllliH'irKH FOR UIII.VKI.IM —•
111.l Il'l> Mill HIIIMvII -
AM) BAD i i.>iii i:\i..\v I
0 0
Wrinkle Remover— ounce
powdered saxolite, dissolved In H
pint witch hazel. Use as a wash
lotion, It brings Instantaneous re-
HllllH.
h'.ioe Peeler—Purs mercollzcd
wax, appliod at night like cold
cream, only not rubbed in; wash off
In the morning:. It causes the
worn-out scarf akin to come off In
'tiny, almost invisible flakes, a lit
tle each day, until the fresh young
under-skln Is wholly In evidence.
The beautiful rose-tinted complex
ion thus obtained la not to be
compared with one made over with
cosmetlca. An ounce of th* wax
la sufficient.
The ingredient* named are Inex
pensive and can be found In any
dm a; —Advt. '
MALSTROM'S j
COUGH CURE I
No Cure, No Pay. I
Cor. 9th and 0. I
fASHIOHS
Double ruffles of pleated tulle
of lace finished the long sleeves on
waists And coat*. • - -
Frills of : shadow,' maline or
other ■ light laces, about 3 or i
Inches wide are used *» high neck
finish. . ■■-;- • : ;;■■■•..■■;■■■.;
, Parasols of allorer embroidered
batiste and of One embroidered
handkerchief linen trimmed with
laoe baiM or frills will be carried
In sultry weather.
Fashionable Farlslennes are
wearing evening scarfs of mallne.
to supply the note of contrast to
evening «owus. ' ■ This scarf I fre
quently matches the satin girdle
of tti« frock. t>- -
-" Parasols of terry cloth or Turk
ish ..towelling are freaks of the
moment. .
Clear or colored crystal buttons
are modish, as are also cold, sil
ver and gun-metal, while M but
tons, figure on white Parisian
gowns.
The between seasons and early
HINTS ON HOW
TO BE BEAUTIFUL
FOR A SHINY NOSK—Ther* Is
nothing better for removing the
■hlne from mi' note then a lotion
made- by dissolving 4 ounces of
■purmax In H pint of witch hasal
(or hot water), then adding - tea
spoonfuls of glycerin*. This lotlun
la splendid for whitening; and
beautifying th« akin and far supe
rior to faco powder, am It does not
■how or rub off so easily. It gives
to the skin a smooth, refined ap
pearance and Is splendid for cor
reeling a sallow complexion.
TO KKMOVK HAlltt GROWTHS
— Is an easy matter to rid'the
kin of hairs If a delatone paate is
used. With »onio powdered dela
tono mix a little watnr. Apply
paste to hairs not wanted, then
after two or three minutes wipe
off, wash the skin and the hairs
are gone. No possible harm results
from using delutone, and It is al
mo.st unfailing;.
HOMIC SHAMPOOING—Since soap
and dry shampoos have been ad
judged so Injurious to the hair,
many women prefer to do their
own shampooing. Nothing bettor
or more dependable can be found
for shampooing than a teaspoonful
of ranthrox dissolved In a cup of
hot water. It cleanses perfectly,
removing all dandruff and irrita
tion, and leaves the hair bright /nil
silky. The hair will dry very
quickly and hava a much'-destred
flufflness that lasts, making hair
dresslng easy,
RKDUCINO TUB WEIGHT —■
The matter of fat reduction Is now
very simple. If ono will simply
dissolve i ounces of parnotls In 1H
pints hot water and tak* a table/
spoonful before meals, excess fat
will disappear as if by maglo and
without any 111 effects. With this
harmless remedy It is not neces
sary to diet or exercise violently.—
Advt.
Gone Forever?
If you neglect to copy the
old and fading picture of your
loved ones.
I guarantee a better result
tlian the original by combining
"Art and Photography."
Harriette Ihrig
906 1-2 Pacific ay., Tacoma.
Out-of-town trade solicited.
SULPHURRO
Get It Quick at Mal
strom Bros., 9th & C.
Use Your Phone.
Thousands of Homes i/inury
Are Happy Today Because the Curse of Disease Has IV lull LI ||
Been Removed by My Treatment—Best Treatment For - lin •
Least Money. * . fj M [j
THINKING AM) DISCRIMINATING PEOPLE ARE MY PATRONS U 111 I I ■;
li my trcntment were not the best, and if similar treatment could be 1111 U , ■'
had moNt anywhere, it would not pay to advertise It. It is only be- ,- • .;.
cause of my phenomenal success that I can afford to make It known to all. m IfinP f% i
DR. MACI , m 111 111 I U
Osteopatblc Spe- -^W^ - fll 111 f|
ciallst and Bloodless BBBBBL ULIIUUL II
Surgeon, with expo* M^M Bl^^. ■?.>'' - - ~:>
rlenced medical and Ailments can now
surgical specialists bo cured by an en
eye, ear, STOMACH, A B cessful treatment.
skin, blood, ktdneya H H TIII9 treatment
and bladder, also M has a powerful
i';V>m<K M r.\TAU- B*t M^r • M »oothlng, and gives
it 11, dropsical, tv- fl "*S^feb- I 'nstant reli«f.
bercular and acne- ■ "^nmt ' • V
Qiic conditions, gen- IMMHC finite. hS Br
Ito-urinary diseaaes, A HPI
prostatlc ailments, ■B^E •"'"' -I^l ' W^Jg^BA .
and all weaknesses, H -■' 4 "1 Pi iiif TnriT
chronic and nervous H «F 'Sf MY Inrfll
(I.'Hiring treatment W BfclOfc&WudlL /"" IIILIl! I UII
for varlcocele, byd- V • /
rocele, blood and W .^/ lIICCACCC DC
akin diseases, pain- *j^ U ULHULU UP
fill swpliingH, burn- &A . UIUViIIULU . vl !{ B
ing, itching and In- i**r Tlir I 11 linn
strength, contracted fc^*^ • _. V iHh : LUIIuD
strength, contracted | 111_ LUIIUU
„ diseases and all disorders of men, will find that the service ,wo render 'rgr'new'-l and irla^en&
;.cannot be equaled elsewhere. Medicines may be had from?our labora- 1 L O,- ±- — > *t
tory as low as $1.00 to $5.00 per course. , /f! -, tlrelr airrerent from
. Bear In mind, when I offer you treatment that lam not a hired anything you can '
substitute doctor of medical company and do not use a fictitious name get :« elsewhere vl; in*
| and photograph in my announcements. ■ When you pay> your money '*o Tacoma I can show
Ime you get the best treatment in medical, surgical ; and osteopatnio ; '«ctr; hr~,*rr«iwi.^i i'°"" .1
OUB PRICES ARE ALWAYS 1 THE LOWEST AND THK SERVICE REN- phenomenal cures .
V ; -\'" DEIIKD CANNOT BE KQI'AIjKH IN.TACOMA.'i'-^'r-C-,^*?^ by our new and
..HOURS—© a. 111. to Bp. m. Sundays from 10 to 12. > Consultation Kree. 5 imnroved mcthndii
1810 M Pacific ay.. Next Door to Nati.miU of Commerce. (; SS^«,wSs^«i
spring: hat-." Is of matin*, >; while
high * cockades, ruffs, pleadings
and bows of naltne are used as
trimmings an straw one*. :
Old blue Is a popular color this
spring, ' while shade* -ranging
fiSlk Johnson
iffl Company
&vmw&s-< Ti"' Styl<> Store "f Tttcoma*
M^^P ;:£g 940-942 C Street. ;
m^^ Kxpert Fitters- ■ '
f Popular Prices.;
II ]B\-V!'• "-I *T"i •"> «
fSS^'^ #he Livenr
ISi^V^ isW' JET' " * '
ppif Economy
||p;pljCoaf Sale
x^V' '*? .*j^ / Unusual Underpricing of In- ?
viL>« tenet to All Thrifty People^
1y Economy Coat $10 QC
fQBIBBBEBHBBB Sale for Women «pl«/«*/3
Ey All the great Northwest Is Invitee! to compete In this
B "Economy" Bhl<> of Women's down'to the minute style in
H Spring Coats. To prove the high standard of our coat val-
H n.v. we will foaturA this "Bconomy" line at $19.95. The
H great variety forbids detailed description, but It may be
■ stated In a general way that the sale will Include cream.
H serges, pongees, cliaßoiiHlß, whipcords, "men's wear Herges,"
H small checks, tweeds and striped materials. Plain tailored
B and novelty trimmed styles. Many are silk lined to the
B waist. We want you to come and inspect these coats wlieth-
H or you contemplate buying or not. It will be m. source of
B great pleasure to convince you that ( !
■ The Style Store of Tacoma. |Economy" Coats
■ Have No Equal at This Price, $19.95.
B A Sale of Women's C 1 £ Q C
■ Suits; $30 Grades .«£■* **• *f P>
B An economy offering of womea's suits in the best Dng .
B llsh serges. Basket weaves, whipcords and home npuns, ,
B fashioned in the cutaway or straight et/ect; two, three: or I
B four button styles, Skirts have fron> or back panels and
8 side plaits; others have side and back panels. .Colors are r
B midnight and navy blues, black, tans, gray stripes and nov-
B elty mixtures. '
H All Sizes—Reglar $30.00 Values at $15.95. ii
B The Largest and Best Equipped Exclusive Ready-to-wear
B Store for Women in the Northwest. :
I Lou Johnson Co. \
■ 040-042 O STREET. V 'A
BBk - . . -.■.. -=-- ».. -:- . ... _ . ■ - . ."" ."" --*..* . ' . ;'J
Theßank of California
' - NATIONAL ASSOCIATION '1
Established IMi
Capital and Surplus ..... $16,300,000.00 ':; ;•
Ban Frandaco Portland Taooma - . s \;;. 4tattl«
TAOOMA BRANCH , '•
Th« Bank of California Ilulldlnc, Tacoma. . ;
PAGE FIVI
from «HfcU»r to old Bold up to tin
pale straw tints are seen In straw.
A ruche round the hem of th#
•fclrt emphasise* Ui* beauty of
•mall feet, but H must be ©boson
with care.

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