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Tuesday, May 28, 1912.
Don't Grow Bald Young Man Take Care of Your Hair While You Have Hair to Take Care Of. It's a safe ten to one bet that the young man who uses PARISIAN' SAGE as an occasional hair dress ing will never grow bald. There* a reason, of course, and It's a very good and sufficient one. Dandruff germs cause falling hair and falling hair means thin ner hair and In due time baldness. " PARISIAN BAGE prevents baldness, I • i»© \ by destroying the lUalnull cause of baldness INcUGBOJL —the little perslst- VtTVftMiV/ *nt vociferous VlrUUl/^ dandruff germ. *\ J If you have dan- Jp"~ ""^^^ druff or Itching MUTtniitr Bcalp v meanß thal JUANIIKUIT dandruff germs arc - sapping the vitality uEPMS (iom tlie roots "' w **-1 '"'your hair. Get rid *% • ■ ■ i of all hair trouble* Did II by "sing PARIS ** M** M*• IAN SAOE. It Is not a dye, mind you, nelthei does It contain poisonous sugar of lead or even sulphur. PARISIAN SAGE In a scientific preparation that abolishes dandruff, stops fall- Ing hair and scalp Itch, and make* hair grow lustrous and luxuriant. Many young women as well op men are growing bald and for tin ■unio reason. . Use delightful, refreshing PAR ISIAN SAOR; it nourishes the hall roots, If the roots are not dead and brings to every user a head of glorious hair—radiant and fascin ating. - Large bottle for 60 cent* at drug and department stores and toilet good* counters. Bee that you get PARISIAN SAGE. The girl with the auburn hair Is on every carton and bottle. "Vlrgea Drug Co. guarantees It." NOTICE! If you appreciate skilled serv ice for your eyes and glasses, con sult us any day or evening. CASWELL OPTICAL CO. Masonic Temple. 734 St. Helens ay. FKKK until; LECTURE WHY WAS MAN CREATED? What Is the good of all the toil and privation to succeed and ac cumulate and then leave to an other, and go, no one seems to know whither? Come and hear the inspiring, encouraging, satisfactory scrip tural answer. XV. E. VAN AMHURGH, OF NEW YORK CITY WMI lecture on "WHY MAN WAS CREATED" TEMPLE OF MUSIC 940 South C Street Wednesday, May 27, 7:45 p. m. Nonsectarian. Seats Free No Collection NOTICE My offices in the Provident Building, will be closed aftor Saturday, May 28th, to be reopened June 3d in Rooms 416 --417 Tacoma Hulldlng, cor. South A and 11th sta. Because ol the large increase of my Optical Business it lias become neces sary for me to secure larger and more commodious rooms. Having had an experience of Thirty Years in refracting of eyes, and using the very latest approved methods, my offices fitted with most up-to-date scientifically constructed Instru ments, I believe I shall be better able to serve you in my new location, if you need the services of an optical specialist. I also have a full line of Spectacles, Eye Glass Frames and Artificial Eyes. We have every facility In the repair department to re place broken lenses and repair broken frames. I «hall be pleased to have you consult me at any time. Edward I. Salmson Optical Specialist. 416-417 Tacoma Building. Lost Souls and Tears In Corsets Worn By Hundreds of Women In Tacoma Striking Corsctmakors in Knla iiui/.00 Hold I'nique I'aradc of Sorrow and Supplication When Injunction Is Issued Against Them. KAIAMAZOO, Mich., May 28— Dear Sisters: , Your corset is prob ably an elegant piece of work— we judge it must be from the pic tures in the advertisements— there's lot« of fine needlework in it, and all that sort of thing—and (ho tears of girls, perhaps. Tears and prayers; too! The girls who make corsets here are praying for their bosses. Four teen of them have already gone to jail in the strike for higher wages that's on here, and now they are trying- out the efficacy of prayer. It is not on record that prayer has ever before been used as an aid in an industrial struggle. Two hundred of the girl strik ers held a procession, of mourning around the courthouse on the day their 14 leaders were sent to jail for breaking an injunction against picketing. They wore crepe on their sleeves, and as they marched they prayed for the redemption of their bosses and for mercy from the courts. And they prayed for themselves, roo. You see, since the strike be ■U many of the girls have been without funds, and they prayed the Lord to give them courage to fight and strength against temp tation. Josephine Casey is in jail again with the 13 others—Josephine Casey of Chicago, amazon of for tune in labor strife. Where girls are striking, there may Miss Casey be found in the midst of the fight. She was put away in Jail in the Cleveland garment strike and has been in jail as a leader of strikes in other places. "You see nothing about the tears of girls that go into the make-up of some of the corsets you read about In advertise ment," says Miss Casey. "When I got here'l found out how it was that some of the corset workers could wear handsome fur coats while they were earning but a very small wage. "After the girls had been out on a strike only two days I learned that many of the girls needed financial assistance be- A Great Ituilding Falls when its foundation is undermin ed, and if the foundation of health —good digestion — is at tacked, quick collapse follows. On the first signs of indigestion. Dr. King's New Life Pills should be taken to tone the stomach and regulate liver, kidneys and bow els. Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at Ilyner Malstrom Drug Co., 938 Pacific ay. CHIROPRACTIC means hand practice. The theory of the cause and cure of disease is the same as that of osteopathy, but the treat ment is more direct, more ac curate and less violent. Price reduced to one dollar for each treatment. Consultation free. Main 4476. DR. NINA A. DEREK 711 So. X Bt. cause they had not earned enough to pay their board. "I found that the daughter of one of the superintendents was forced to strike because she could not earn a living wage. Adventures of Average Jones IIV SAM'L HOPKINS ADAMS. (Copyright, 1»11, «>y IJobb«, Merrill Co.) He was somewhat better than his word. Dropping into the chair opposite his friend, he figured swiftly and briefly on the back of an envelope, which he returned to his pocket. "I suppose you've done a vast amount of investigating since you left me," remarked the editor sardonically. Meanwhile, the plot to murder the governor goes merrily on." "I've done a fair amount of pacing over distance," retorted Average Jones imperturbably. "As for the governor, they can't kill him till he comes, can they? Besides, there's plenty of time for them to change their minds. . As a result of my little constitutional just now, and a simple exercise in mathematics, you and I will call at a house on Spencer Street, the next street north, after lunch eon." "What house?" "Ah! that I don't know, as yet. We'll see when, we get there." Comfortably fed the two stroll ed up to Spencer Street and turn ed into It, Average Jones eyeing the upper windows of the houses. He stopped in front of an old fashioned frame structure, which was built on a different plan of floor level from its smaller neighbors of brick. • Up the low steps went Jones, followed by the editor. An aged lady, of the spe cies commonly conjectured as "maiden," opened the door. "Madam," said Average Jones, "could we rent your third floor rear for this evening?" . "No, sir," sair she. "It's rented." "Perhaps I could buy. the rent ers off," suggested Jones. "Could I see them?" "Both out," she answered shortly. "And I don't believe you could get the room from them, for they're all fixed up to take photographs of the parade." "Indee—ee— . drawled Average Jones, in accents so pro longed, even for him; that Walde^ mar's interest flamed within hi in. —er —ra—a —a—at her ' hopad —er —when do- you' a spec: them back?" "About four o'clock." "Thank you. Please tell them —er —Mr. -. Nick Karboe called." "For heaven's sake Average" rumbled Waldemar, as they re gained the pavement, "why did you use the dead man's name? It gave me a Shiver." "It'll , give them a worse' one," replied the Ad-Visor grimly. "I want to prepare their nerves for a subsequent shock. If you'll meet me here .this evening at sev en, I, think I can promise you a queer spectacle." ;■ „•, ; "And . meantime?" . ;•%-'. . "On that point I want your ad vice. Shall we make a sure catch of j two hired assassins who . don't amount to much, or take a chance at the bigger game?" . "Meaning Morrison?" * : ', .v';: . "Meaning Morrison.* Incident footed Ifowtietf! fill th« Original and fienulna HORLICK'S MALTED MILK Th« Fowl-drink for All Ago. For Invalid*, and Growing children. PureNutrrtion,up building the whole body. Invigorate* the mining mother and the aged Rich milk, malted grain, in powder farm. A quick hack prepared in a mimiU, Take no Ask (or HORLICK'S. Hot In Any Milk TrvM THE tACOMA TIMES. At top, lodge of sorrow march ing around Jail; at left, seated, Miss Josephine CaNey, organizer, and Miss Itcllc Grant, a striker, in Jail; at right. Judge Frank K. Knappin. • "I found a girl who had gotten a 56-cent check for two days' work. cause of these girls wns one worth going to jail for, and worth pray ing for." ally, If we get him we'll he able to kill the Pe-sonal Liberty bill so dead It will never raise Its head again." "Then I'm for that course," de cided the editor, after a little con sideration, "though I can't yet make myßelf believe that Carrofl Morrison is party to a deliberate murder plot." "How the normal mind does shrink from connecting crime with good clothes and a social po sition!" remarked the Ad-Visor. "Just give me a moment's time." The moment he spent jotting; down words on a bit of paper, which, after some emendation, he put away. "That'll do for a heading," he remarked. "Now, Waldemar, I want you to get the governor on the 'phone and tell him, if he'll follow directions, we'll put the personal liberty bill where the wicked cease from troubling. Morrison is to be In the review- Ing stand, isn't he?" "Yes; there Is a special place reserved for him, next the press seals." "Good! By the way, you'd better send for two press seats for you and myself. Now, what I want the governor to do is this: get a copy of the Harrisonla Evening Bell, fold It to an ad vertisement headed 'Offer to Pho tographers,' and as he passes Car roll Morrison on the stand, hold it up and wy to him Just this: 'Better luck next time.' For any thing further, I'll see you in the reviewing stand. Do you think he'll do It?" "It sounds as foolish as a col lege Initiation stunt. Still, you heard what Governor Arthur said about his confidence In you. But what is this advertisement?" "As yet, it isn't. But it will be as soon as I can get to the office of the Bell. You'll meet me on this corner at seven o'clock then?" "Yes. Meantime, to be safe, I'll look after the reviewing stand tickets myself." At the hour named, the editor arrived. Average Jones was al ready there, accompanied by a messenger boy. The boy wore the cheerful grin of one who has met with an unexpected favor of for tune. "They've returned, both of 'em," said Average Jones as Wal demar approached. "What about the governor?" "It took a mighty lot of per suasion, but he'll do It," replied the editor. "Skip on, son," said the Ad- Visor, handing the messenger boy a folded newspaper. "The two gentlemen on the third floor rear And be sure you say that it's a personal, marked copy." g The boy crossed the street anti entered the house. In two minutes he emerged, nodded to Average .limes and walked away. Five minutes passed. Then the front door opened cautiously and a talf' evil-looking man ulunk Into the vestibule. A second man foliow ed him. They glanced eagerly from left to right. Average Jonee stepped out to the suA stone. "Here's the massage from Kar boes," he called. "My God!" gasped the tall man. For an instant he made as if to turn hick Then, clearing the steps at one Jump, he ■tumbled, sprawled, was up again Instantly and •peeddng up the street, away from Average Jones, turned the corner neck and neck wkh his companion who, running power fully, had overtaken him. The door of the house stood ajar. Before Waldemar had re covered from his surprise. Aver age Jones was inside the house Hesitation beset the editor. ShouM he follow or wattT H« pailsed, one foot on the step. A lorfd crash within resolved his dotTftts. Up he started, when the >ofce of Average Jones in col loquy with the woman who had received them before, checked him. The colloquy seemed ex cited but peaceful. Presently Average Jones came down the steps. "They left the ad," said ho. "Have you seen it?" "No; 1 hadn't time to Rt't a paper," replied Waldemar. taking the copy extended to him and reading, in large display: OFFER TO PHOTOGRAPHERS $1,000 Reward for Special Flash light Photo of Governor Arthur in Tonight's Pageant. Must be Taken According to Plans and Specifica tions Designated by the Late Nick Karboo. Apply to A. JONES, Ad-Visor. Astor Court Tampto. Now York "No wonder they ran," said Waldemar with a grin, as he di gested this document. "And so nuiKt we If we're to get through the crowd and reach the reviewing stand," warned Average Joupb, glancing at his watch, (Continued Tomorrow) PANTAGLS A little of everything Is offered at the Panta.ges this week. Featured on the bill is tile Colll Grand Opera Sextette, who render several numbers melod iously. Pa McNnsh and his son are laugh extractors by profession and they are not likely to lose their union card this week. Presenting newspaper life ex actly like It Isn't, Frank Treanor and company nevertheless amuse In the "Yellow Scoop." A thrilling wire act Is offered by Ramona Ortiz, former Ring line star. "Just Dancing" Is the opener of Warner and Frank. Yackley and Bunnell are fair ly good when they keep to their music, but they might avoid "liawljng out" the audience. "Movies" and music are also on the bill. i ... THE EMPRESS The liill at the Empress this week is good. •■The headliner is a sensational French pantomime "Paris by Night." "The Home Breaker" Is a farce dealing with kisses. I Risky equllibristlc feats Beem t«' be very easy for Alfonso Sil- TBTIO. I Tom Mahony is a comical Hi bernian who tells shome good ones. Larena dances rather graceful ly, considering her size and di mensions. While he Is billed as a come dian, most people have to look at the program to see what Ted E. Box is there for. The moving pictures and music are on the .bill, as usual. 8 HOUR LAW GOOD PAN FRANCISCO, May 28. — SJnte Bupreme court upheld the B hour law for women yesterday, af firming the conviction of Frank A. Miller, proprietor of a hotel, who worked a domestic overtime. CSHAY 111: \I>S G. N. RY. ST. PAUL, May 28.—L. W. Hill retired as president of the Groat Northern and Carl R. Gray of Portland, Ore., was elected presi dent to assume charge at once at the directors' meeting yesterday. You Can't Put On A Good Complexion That Must Come From Inside Pure Blood Makes It. Sarsaparilla with Red Clover Makes Pure Blood Get It At THE BONNEY PHARMACY 902 Pacific aye. > MAIN 658. I [ If You Have in Mind the purchase of a Traveling lag or Truck, of any site, and at any value, you will help your pocket book and satisfy your needs by coining here to make your selec tion. We have an Infinite vari ety of Trunks and Light and Heavy Baggage, all strongly made and reliable In every particular, besides being most conveniently arranged for packing purposes. Tempting prices. XAOOMA TRUNK FACTOR* 981 O St. * s * * swsr^ mj^^^^^^t 11 i in *« jf *!JF9 fMh sW^sr^ Jlk. 1 A 1 I *T» »i i^ Lll I'Ur Distributor* Uutterlck l-ntirro. tad l-.it.1i,.,<1.... i: B. IIORGAN. Pm. ' . ■'■ Mien's Union Made Blue Serge 4^-4 JET Suits, ALSO HANDSOME LINE OF FANCIES %D | OTHER GOOD UNION MADE GARMENTS AT $20.00 ATTERBURY HAND TAILORED SUITS AT $20.00 ) $25.00 AND $30 . ■ morrow at $1.50 Straw Hats $1.00 * Men's $2.00 Trousers $1.50 Men's Straw Sailors, medium and large An €xtr(l K°od value in Men* Worsted Trous , , ers, neat striped patterns, strictly guaran-. shapes, splendid quality; »4 A A teed not to rip; 0 1 Eft regular $1.50. Special «J> I iUU our $2.03 grade $li3U ' ' ■ ' '' ■ I <^2>3?&. $1.50 Waists for $1.19 »?**m!l These are ladles' lingerie waists, dainty white affairs, trimmed $Sp ** jWkjt with lace, ombroitUtrioß and Insertions; » 4 1Q ■^V*. t|B^ $1.50 values for $1 ■I J \gg| Women's Underwear at 490 White muslin underwear Including combination*, corset covers, /'S^WMIiiWmX drawers and nff?lit gowns; plain tuofted and AQn rl'raKFllV embroidery trimmed. Specially priced at 'rdC fi&MiWm $150 Underwear 95c itUjlt 0 8 l*'i?i« X H One tall'° " l4ldieß> white muslin Kowna, drawers, combinations t' jCM: \ 'i\i J Sj «id and corset covers. These are beautifully trimmed In lace em t****Y \lßH&flS£"flEwA broideries and Insertions. Come In many OE« P*3jsw $S/KsJ different patterns; $1. 80 values. Cboloe JdC v^^i^Mjji^^ Muslin Underwear A^» f vJffKM'KaM One table of sklrtH. gowns, corset covers, combinations, drawers, /ik*ulliJl!lß'r\ / lWisssi chemises, In mualln, cambric and lingerie cloth; *4 00 iiliipi//>t 2-00 values for $ I iO«J W/^ N&W Petticoats W'^V ml » Another shipment of $5.00 petticoats for $2.85. Chiffon and l.fii ' heavy taffetas in light pastel and dark colors, ma qc lilt including black; $6.00 petticoat, for ............... $£itlu I *^■% rnrr boy scout nnrr GROCERIES! Mitt £omoblow EE FREE Honed Picnic Hams Wlth every Purchase in the Boys 1 Section tomorrow, to the Sugar Cured, Rolled and amount of $5.00, we will give absolutely free a handsome Boned Shoulder Cut boy scout watch, the value of which Is $1.00. These are Urn you "in boilVmfke Btem-wlnd, stem set watches, in nickel or gunmetal Mnteh. delicious sandwiches for Splendid time-keepers. . . the picnic basket. Spe- BOYS' $4.00 SUITS AT BOYS' $0.05 AND «7 BO daily priced for Wednes- .-,-.- .$2.08 ■ /' atriTa at mok '■ day, IC. Broken lines, all extra well tfe£ . v. ' pound lull made suits, in various ma- A wule rRnK® of choice pat- I . terlals and colors. Every terns and materials, com- Cream Cheese, Ib. IQ. "JL*!] 1 «T«» h'Hl c *OrIJF? aI prlßlng iults rßngln ln Full cream quality. IOC K^f °V ' but, b I f ln/ price from $6.96 : to. $7.60 cSS^cSoO ■ .■sttV-S'tS da M 2 ISS:S Doub,e breasted: coats' and G^TwihilllSn 29C • once- The * are for boVB 12 knl^erbocker trousers. Un bra^d iv tins containing 25 &?<£££ Snff^S* YoT^Vc QC Condensed Milk, can 7. at ........... ♦ZiDO choice tomorrow f.^3iU3| Several brands, full I C • ' ————— ——-—____^______ ■■m£uaSS^Si4 n r Men's $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 Oxfords $2.00 v; Freshly stuffed baby luC This Is the last of our men's pumps and oxfords. We mean olives, per bottle 15c and .to make short work of them. They are all good styles aid 10c. ; . ; good shapes and practical throughout, all sizes left as yet in, : Bakery and Delicatessen - the lot. Better be here tomorrow and got these #1 fin Specials. , *4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 values at .............". ."In 'order to popularize *«-»•«« ■' ■■■"' •• ■■''*• '■'"-" •-* '• ■■ ■'■■'<• - •.-'*»! these sections, we have made . $2.50 Canvas Shoes, $1 00 some very interesting prices Men . B canvaß «ho« and oxfords In the white, gray or tan^ on picnic supplies. .. some of t hese are leather strapped. -'.. • v #4 i\t\ ' x \, . _ ... ' ■ $2.50 values, tomorrow .............;.-'.'... .•^ liUU| our*own bak^g, 19c ' Women's $3.00 and $4.00 • Oxfords at :' $1.79 choice of 4 icings. . Women's pumps and oxfords in a good assortment of styles " and most any leather you may wish. '. One and two strap XXXX (linger Snaps QlJ»' '" ankle ties, two eyelet ties, blucher and button styles, with'•' ■ per pound -:: v; 0:il» U turned and welt soles; sizes 2 1-2 to 8; 1- v '-U'^mi^tri •Fresh from the best baker- : values up to $4.00,,t0m0rr0w.. ;»*L . Vrff.';....;• $ 111 <3 i ies that will please the chll- a* :^r; •V. a _2 ;;.:;,.:...- •-;*■>,. ..;u;.<-,?',/ *&rm:^r~~r.^:;yvi'.^-,^/- Odds and Ends in Pumps, 89c ' • Re^uTa'r^^JZi,' «t°v*li 10C ": Sp6Clal Bale of od(to aDd end" ln broken Bllteß ln women's. Regular Pullman style ;- IUU ■ - one Btrap pump patent and guhmeUl calf; >- *^Oa£J' that makes the best sand- values to $3.00, to close .V. r.v.'.V ...;.......;•; OuC ; : Wlcheß.'->:|-;;-. rv---..';. •-(■-■-•; : . i .-.-■• . *■■■: ; .- v .., ■-., ; -f »...*,»..- '" •"*** Ham Sausage, lb.^'.i 0' r» „",&■".. • '■•■■. ■■ ■>-■>.. .-■*- i»-^-.^-,..-.,».>-,._.... > ——" |'^,V» Fresh made, correct- I a.2v " ■^''''"''■■■V'B^sssssBsssVBsSsaBsssTsBSSBSsBBSBBSBBBBSBVH^^ i ly; seasoned. - ' Sliced Ito !- or- $ * ?S^^ if •- -:: '' u*'?.i;r<-uj& A-.----^-\^.-«:--^--^-y'.. -rr^?- BuLner Sausage. ,b nil ■ Grßy Enameled i SwS tat f°r the *3° Including milk and pudding pans, 2 qt. I ; Baby ouTes, pint }"$* c r preserve kettles, covered Berlin kettles, I Fine meaty fruit that IJO covered Tlflila hrpnrl tmnQ hnaina ** 'm* I if everyone enjoys. r'■ ■ -<-*** -iri■• «; S i-?- „ pailS, •D/ eaa: pans, i.P* 8™8 * if 1 - Boiled Ham, ib.;/ 'OKA' % etc. Values to 30c each.'-':'«.>''-- i'.-:*4|}-^'4fyi'': Best brands with sur- 03C. '.' (Mioicp ?s*"^%^ T-' -': -. ■-v.^: ::^W**W3if plus fat removed, siloed to U v^iiuicc ,%' V**'** A^• •■•>«l'^^V>, v 2? :i^ft^Pßi order. l><-vllc«l i Meats, tin -.-r/j S m •-^'■^^■^~JSBsSßg!!i!ss"!!!s!sss^ assssssw^ 1 Cudahy'si well ; known ;; .*frG J >^-.-- ..v--,::.c.v^,:>,<•-;<■ '--m,^-^^—■?,•«••-fflgaS brand in No. 1-4 cans. Special \ Announcement to Art Needle Lunch Tongue, tin 10m nr i Rex brand that makes I3b Workers cindy PS^fl 1U lbCheOnAI» *rrZV&\ limited'ume.wi^nTan "AU> DAY "»B IC^oSe oHoi' irade 29£ ' NEEDLE WORK CLASS" with an expert teacher in charge, marahmallowa nr wmn^rt Wil° wIH *ell the Ut *e"t novelties in IRISH CROCHET AND ™*?"°" or ™»»* VENETIAN LACE, such as crochet bags, jabots, collars, Saldwteh p^, ai M yoke8;1 etc- alß° * klnde of / »rt embroidery. Including the I CoStiinT 18 3«C punch l work> rambler rOB« embroidery, French i and eyelet rnchssTon^thar^wm 8 le7p ' :-worlt;' £7'°*° " WELCOMB BY PURCHASING art ma incnas long,tnat j*.will%*keep; J>fitarial«thef«i' i'%jTO'S«sl6W^.w**ww!Sf '•..,.■., -.:,;...,--sj^uubis^&«»m3S } the \ sandwiches | clean, fresh *","'%'**^^^^^T^^^S^^^^^^^ I and! moist ?..,■;„ 4 v» P»We ailways; have a ! complete stock of Art ; Materials and I Picnic Baskets l; A -' Bre neadquarters for Brainard & Armstrong Silks, Royal Several sizes 12c 10c SO ' Society Packages and Flosses, D. M. C. Cotton, Rds Founda- Oroc>rr Section Mi Floor 4 P tlon Inltlalß ; and Oumbac^Washable Scallops, Ftetsher's Jj«ssstoig3LiS^gSS*gs.',^sS^ famous Yards, Manloe's Irish Crochet Thread and Stenciled Monograms. Stamping a speoinVty. JHACIE THREE