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Thursday, Sept. 19, 1912.
Special Features of leterest Tfo The Times 9 Women Readers SOCIETY^ tf _^f ' mf A W M % B "^^^ss^ i lie woman s ciuD is making ■great preparations for the produc tion of "The Talk of the Town" by young amateurs of the city. The play will be given at the Ta coma theater September 27 and 28. * * * Honoring Mrs. F. A. Montelius, of Grand Rapids, Mich., Mrs. James Derby entertained with a bridge party at her home on North Bth street. * • • Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Appleby have gone East on a six weeks' pleasure trip. * • • Mrs. Claude Sexton Gillette, formerly Miss Marion Brown, is In the city for some weeks visit ing her parents. Dr. and Mrg. Warren Brown. * • • A bridge tea,will be given Tues 25 CENT "DUNE" FOR FALLING . HAIR AND DANDRUFF-GROWS HAIR Don't pay 50 cents for worthless hair tonics---Use old, reliable, harmless "Danderine"—Get results. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp; of dandruff— that awful scurf. There lg nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life; eventually pro fc duclng a feverishness and Itch ing of the scalp, which if not rem edied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die—then the hair falls out fast. A little Danderine tonight — now—anytime—will surely say« your hair. Most Liberal Terms Famish your borne, pay a small amount down and the remainder, as it suits your convenience. Special attention to furnishing homes complete. SI ON HEATING 2116 STOVES AND RANGES A first class Range, special- *Jr guaranteed; ou terms of $5 JlwlJ^"* cash and $5 a month if de- !^ = sired. . ' Heating Stores up from $2.75. .« Tacoma Furniture & Outfitting Co. '-- /-'"',.::'•/.-: 911-013 O Street. : • .■' , ■ : IT'S ONLY A STEP FROM YOUR OFFICE OB EHOME TO ANY POINT IN TACOMA. A statement that's broad and true. Take Into consideration the fact that the circulation of the mes covers Tacoma like a blanket. Remember, too, that every evening the Times contains a ANT AD PAGE through which it is possible to reach a majority people Interested in securing positions or help; selling or buying il estate, businesses and mlscelaneous merchandise; renting houses d stores, and you'll realize that the quickest, easiest way to satisfy want is to read and use TIMES WANT ADB. It'e only a step to your pboae—phone your want now to Main IS, the Times lay afternoon, October 1, by Mrg. Joorge Llbbey and Mrs. James tussell at the home of Mrs. Lib >ey on North I street. • • • The members of the girls' and roung matrons' cliiib who have jeen together for a number of rears were entertained with a >ridge luncheon by Miss Neva Ooud at her home yesterday. • • * The Womnns club of the PH jrlm Congregational church will ;ive a New England dinner Frl iay at C:3O in the church parlors, North 24th andJfVarner. • • » Astors. 25c a doz. Smith Floral Co., 1116 So. C st. •♦• • • • Clara White Coolejr announces In- Thursday classes will lie held rhursdays at the Sherman-Clay milding. Other days she will be it her home as usual. Get a 25 cent bottle of Kuowl ton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first application you will say it was the best investment you ever made. Your hair will im mediately take on that life, lustre and luxuriance which Is so beau tiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance; an incomparable gloss and softness, but what will please you most will be after just a few weeks' use, when you will actu ally see a lot of fine, downy hair —new hair—growing all over th« scalp. Your Fall Coat The foreword of the new fitted style of wrap is given in this pret ty French coat which is built of double-faced ratine. A very smart touch is added to it by the use of contrasting colors. The outside rs a creamy buff. The inside, which shows in the deep shawl collar and turned back cuff. Is a charm ing shade of blue. A double line of pearl buttons on the front of the wrap emphasizes the close-to the-figure style. The big collar is really a trimming as it extends downward in long revers to the waist line. The coat' fastens toward the left, with three large buttons, almost at the waistline. The promise of the fashion fan ciers to increase the length of the walking skirt is demonstrated In this model. Are y»u reading the whorf stories which appear dally on the editorial page of the Times? Special Friday Bargain SALES 7 COATS AT $8.95 % For Friday's selling 'we place on special sale 25 \ Coats In mannish worsteds, tweeds, etc., values $18.60,f.517.50 4 and $19.50. Friday 'v-"-i *Q ;QC special ....'... .'*;■... fOiUU SUITS $18.05 . -■• Navy! Blue : Sergt Suite / ' Extra special Navy Blue ■ Serge Suits in plain tailored and ; Nor T folk . styles. Friday 01 Q QC Bargain Sale ..... y IwtwtJ SUITS AT $24.75 100 : Suits la navy blue 'serge, . diagonal serge, cheviots ■? and , fancy worsted,?; good 135.00 values. " Our leader *O>l "IE for Friday's , selling. $&•}• I 0 Women's & Misses' Sample Coat & Suit Shop 500-ia Fidelity Bldg. It. J. QUICK, Prop. Take Elevator, fifth Floor. THE TAOOMA TIMES. €am\ GREtfr Aotem TO HOLD LOVE Dear Miss Grey: Having rend your reply to Newlyweds -In last week's paper, I will thank you to go Into detail * little - further and toll us how to cultivate the "holding" qualities. You gay it takes a wise woman to hold a nurn's love; also, making a slave of yourself and doing everything to please him won't do it. Please tell us what will do It, - .< k vkuv ANXIOUS iu:.vi)i;it. A.—The first step is to gain his respect, and keep It by being strictly truthful and honest; but not telling him things that con cern you only, and would not help htm to know; the next in Import ance is to give him bis freedom; allow him time and solitude to write a letter, or take a little walk, or to entertain a man a half hour, without feeling you are neglected. Coupled with these must be the habit of having meals' well cooked, the home tidy— stiff —and yourself as attractive as pure water and soap will make you. Some of. the little "don'ts" are: Don't always Insist on your own way— may be Just as good. Try It once in a while. '. i-. '• ■ * Don't nag. Nagging will Irritate a saint. Don't ask him the moment be comes in "what kept" him. Walt until he has had his dinner. -:T',;, Dou't rush after him In the morning when he is trying to catcb a car with a request that he get a spool of thread, certain number, color, and make. He will have to stand in a store half of his noon hour to get it, and swallow bis lunch whole to get back to his work on tline. Of all foolish don'ts, don't ask him to do some silly thing "be cause you love me," and don't make a selfish brute of hlni by doing everything to please him. If ■ thing la nut right, doti't do it to FOR "HONKST UIBIj" Dear Miss Grey: With your kind permission, would like to write a few words of advice to "Honest Girl," who's letter appeared Saturday, Nept. 14. I would say, take Cynthia's ad vice and go to the Y. W. O. A, hi. once, and put yourself away from evil thoughts and the company of the «ii Is who urn not good. You will also be with friends who are not only willing, bat able to assist you. ■', , "J'ivil .is wrought by the want of thought, as well as the want of heart,"— Hood. i "*••..! i ■ , .. Now you have a good heart or you would not come to Cynthia Grey. -What you want is to have your mind so occu pied that you will not hare time to think of anything but the highest in life, thereby' making your mind strong and healthy and eliminating evil thoughts. Do just as Miss Grey has told you and in after years you will thank your lucky stars and Miss Grey too, that you took the first step in the right direc tion. AN OLD-FASHIONED YOUNG MAN. MUST BE WILLING TO BRANT KQUAL RIGHTO Dear Miss Grey: lam a young ludy stenographer and go home at the same time the working men do. • \iry night, raiit or shine, n crowd of woman shoppers get on somewhere. Of courne the car is crowded, and they stand in the back and wait for one of those tired working men to get up and give them a spat. If one makes a move they muke remarks to each other until everyone is looking at those men and they are obliged to get up or he humiliated. Now, Miss Grey, is that just? Is that Kqual Itights? Whut risjlil have those women to come home at that time and demand seats of those tired men who have probably been on their feet since curly morning, or walked miles during tho "day? Would it not be just as. easy for them to plan to get home an hour earlier and avoid the crowd? Women cannot expect to receive equal rights when they are uot willing to grunt equal tights. Thanking you. "MISS KQI'AL lUGHTS." .A.—There Is a class of women who do this, and they are tho same ones who never think of thanking a man for giving up a seat he has paid for. I have noticed this repeatedly, and wonder as many men give up their seats as often as they do. All women .fire not like this; but all women suffer for th« conduct of the selfish few. AMI \l>i:i> LAW Dear Miss Grey: A reader asked If a magazine or news paper roiilil collect for a publication which was sent for 12 months after the subscription had expired, and you said they could if it wasn't refused at the post office or postman. Now, I want to ask about thnt law that was passed some four or five years ago, that it whs against the law and forbid den by the government for any publishing < oni|Miny to continue sending a person paper through the mail more than six months after the subscription had expired. I may be wrong, but would like your opinion. UNCERTAIN. A.—There wag a law passed a few years ago in which the time given to renew a subscription for newspaper and magazine was different, but at the last session of congress that law was amended, making the time in which a publication can be continued, and col lected for, one year. I HAVE NEVER BEEN IN LOVE Hi'«r Miss Orey: lam 2» yeurs old and have never been In love, unless that Is what I am afflicted with at the present time. There Is a young lady employed in a bnkery near where Inm working that I want to get acquainted with. I'lea.se ad vise me as to the proper way, as I want to make a good impres sion. Could I send her a box of flowers with a note giving my reasons for so doing? A.—The box of flowers and the note seem very romantic, I know; but the girl may have common Reuse enough to resent that sort of introduction. If she has a brother, get to know him, and meet her through him. If not, get some friend of hers to Intro duce. If you were to get acquainted with the proprietor of the bakery, and don't act a fool about the girl, ho may introduce you. TO TELL WHETHKK SHE IA)VKS Dear Miss Grey: I have known a young lady for over . two years and I think a lot of her. I have bought lots of pres ents for her and she has accepted Hum. I asked her to go to a party when I had known her about a month and she would not go. I met her on the street with another mnn, and I want to know if there is any way to find out if she thinks anything ci. me. A. —If you cannot Judge by her actions, the only other way la to ask her —and then you may not know. I I I I, ME HOW Dear Miss Grey: lam In love with a very sweet girl and I know she loves me. I want to ask tier to marry me, but do not know what to say when I propose to her. Can you give me a suggestion? BASHFUL HIM,IK A.—l'm afraid not, Bllfle. I have never had any experi ence in doing the proposing stunt. - [ Cynthia's Answers to Miscellaneous Questions f j r • ■-•' :V\W -.- •-, -.-' ■'■'■•'■ '■■"fe~-i''~:-*i'\-; 1 ' ■'■ ,'->)-':■■':':" >-:.',\^-" ;- There are said to be 3,424 "spoken languages in the world. :■■■','■ ■pi\si-^*i\\i '\^;Cv^':\s-?M>*&~' "■■ !.'i".■--;-. ,■-■>:,- ? ■•-■■■ ''■■ l \'-' i'^-^V-;'«^-f^i ..-'The college colors of the Washington university are purple and «%<-2;. r-M -_^-: ;-..:"■-•;..;■/■ , 'V rj! Children > should ibe < taught to ; say, "Yes, Mrs. ; So-and-So," not "Yes ma'am." ,_ - jj •*.'" .-•. ' .... •I- 1.-: Sir Francis Wyett was bom to 1576, and died In 1644. He was appointed governor of Virginia in 1620. -:',v C'f:,,u-*-^"'J?? i:?. '$''* "r'-'v","' Sl*« iZ":, '!>'&;"%„' >'".") v ■*<'■ t '■ ■". •"'"■■-'*• -«• **'' -^**J-- - ■' *■': i i<£*"jt. There will -be a partial ■ eclipse of the moon' September 26, risi ble in the United ; States except An the extreme east. '... S'hWt'-l ••' Women 'possess equal suffrage at' all .elections ■in i six : states— Wyoming.v Colorado, r ah, Idaho, California and Washington. -«.-... ,<wi^,s< '.. —.—-— '■' .vv-^.^jwraftrfriiX if ,'.' The I Dickens i Fellowship Is | »1> world-wide J league fof English speaking' men ' and women I whose' purpose Is Ito exemplify j the' teach ings iof Charles Dtehens^. l" 't>* *r - ■ « ■ -. - ;, i'.'':A;\ solution |ti teaspofcn : oxalic . acid , crystals \ and 11 1 cup | luke warm water wIH remove, 1« stain from white material. 'Rinse well, or it will eat t%*gop^t>t^t.wiH:t«ke;the dye t from colored material. Be i careful; of i scVfttaMsfTaa sit* is i said \to< be ! poisonous. '. , -,-~ : } SS A man is | liable; for f only debts of : necessity] made Iby his wife and cot for luxuries, as jewelry, etc THE I i i:s i WOKI)—Vou ran have anything thut you want In this world if you want it bad enough. My mail Is full of letters from •iris who want to be changed in the twinkling (if nn eyo. Girls be wail the fact that they are fat, or they are lean, that they are tall or short, that they have had com plexions, ugly teeth, scanty hair, and other imperfections, and they want these blemishes made beau ties right away. Do yon suppose a girl would practice the self-denial to Insure tho not too rapid melting of her flesh? When people tell me that they do not eat anything and silll remain fat, 1 know that they are not only deceiving me, but them selves. If one who wishes to grow thin will walk five miles a day and eat no potatoes, white bread, pastries nor sweets, no rich gravies, and W. Yon, Chinese Medlcln© Co. JM^t^W Testimonial: JHPff I have been suf- O>Hs4»>V.*2 ferlng- severely ■JS^f^-sBl from kidney trou ■MLSt'SHF bio and rheuma jmßs&&F 11. mi for the ast a ■ 3 yrs., and have jßJMr^^ been doctoring -.^^■^fccontlnunlly wlth dn Mont relief. After your won derful remedies, under your treatment tor 8 weeks, the pain and soreness have entirely dis appeared. Tours truly, P. A. Sni der, 6710 So. Taklma ay., Tacoma. A wonderful Chines* medicine. Send Zc stamp for question blank to 1146^ Pacific ay. Main BSBB. |K2(eeSqSbssj MONEY TALKS >r^ We Have It i and You Get the Benefit of It ' We buy our supplies di rect from the manufac turers, pay cash and save about one-half, and our patients share in this saving. ■ ' .:'. v v ■;; . Our mechanical work is done in our own labora tory by dentists ' who , know how. %'m 'Vi^-ii Our prices are * always the same, not the cheap est, but as low *as any dentist can ; make them and do good work. '(•\' : We are the originat ors of .'■ that famous Metaloid' Plate. . *;# This plate is imitated everywhere, but made only by , "i&g®mm Inc. I«aglow Bldg. 1124 1-2 Pacific rt. menmiJ&ajrl 8:36 a. m.. 8:80 I p. in. Sunday, »to 12. live mostly upon lean meats, fruits, and salads, cutting down one's meala to two a day, one can reduce one's fIPHh, but It is a loiir and laborious process and few women have the strength of mind to do It. The girl with the high protrud- The Bank of California NATIONAL' ASSOCIATION • ' 'HUs .t y ; ,- I Established. 1804. ....:.., .....; ;;;,!,..',%.,:f; Capital and Surplus .. i i $16,300,000.00 v Ban Francisco Portland ''-> Taeoma./ "t« Seattle TACOMA BRANCH -■'■*-V'^^l The Bank of California Building, Tacoma. Tacoma Cancer Institute We guarantee to cure Cancers and Tumors, al so Goiters, Adenoids, Moles, Warts and all un natural growths and skin diseases. 30 Tears' Experience. No Knife Used. Until our Institute is formally opened, we will examine and treat patients at the Tourist Hotel, 1013 Pacific ay. Tel. Main 394-315. Are You a Live - ......... - .. .. .y^-:;;;•:.;.■•;•"■;.: -:^~.^^M ;JWP^^|^g|^- '■''■'■JL '• "■ _^_ THE TACOMA TIMES now wants a number of good, live hustlers to sell for us on good cor ners down town. / . Now is the time to commence as we have a i number of good corners open for J boys who are able to work. .;.;. : ' ':^^^^^^o7o^f^m *; You will need some money now school has : started, come , down to the ; office and see mo about it TONIGHT or TOMORROW. * We also have some good routes open for High school boys and boys attending the university. We have a number of good, big carriers from ; ; both these schools and we could use a few more. If you want to increase your spending money or tif ; you are s^^ trying to work your way through t school, you will find no job that will pay you as well for the time required as a GOOD TIMES ROUTE. Yesterday FIVE boys from the uni versity came to the office for routes and were all fixed up and will be earning money com ■lmencing^withHonight^^^^fe^-ie^-i-iw^S If you want to earn some money after school j see me about these corners and routes AT I y. --V-. APPLY CIRCULATION MANAGER THE TACOMA TIJCES PAGE FIVE Ing abdomen ran . remedy ■it,V by wearing the long corset and walk- Ing on the balls of her ' feet. * If your abdomen is unpleasantly prominent. It Is a sure sign that' you are not walking properly. ' The girl , who* has acne or ecze ma must be very careful of her diet, omitting all fats, made dish-' es, pastries, and foods . that are' highly seasoned. - Bhe must be scrupulously careful to bathe her; entire body dally, using a brush and coarse towel (to remove the Impurities thrown off by the skin and keep all the pores open. Then, If she uses a healing ointment and antiseptic; she will find " In' time that her ; face • will I become: smooth, although I she may never J have the fine skin of the girl who has not allowed ', her face to ' be-! come j pimpled. through neglect.. v There is, ', however,; ; another.' cause for pimpled face, and that Is nervousness, and the girl who fi •■!:< that her nerves are frazzled should iiU<(> long walks In the open air, practice deep breathing exercises, and sleep ten hours a day. .:• . .'■'■sy'.'i. JUST ONE I/AST WORD —-1 Uon't get Impatient: ' It takes m ; long to remedy brautjr ills as it does to develop them. : ':" ■.■'*; &[ Go down to the fish house at the l .Mb st. dock and get v great big nalmon for 25c. ••* COULD NOT KAT FOTATOBS For several years a South Tacoma lady could not eat. po tatoes without suffering an acute attack, of gastritis. One month's treatment cured thin condition, also neurltli and backache. No medicine was given, but the spinal nerves were treated with the hands and a vibrator. This lady's name, address and phone num ber will be given to anyone wishing to verify the case. Consultation free. Main 4476. DR. NINA A. I>l ItliV, Chlroprartle Neuropath, 711 s..iiHi K.