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Wednesday, July 15, 1914.
IT Society 71 Mlas Olive Julia* aad Thomas Raphael Phillips will be married this evening, the wedding taking place at the borne of the bride* parent*. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Johns, on North 25th street, la tbe pre*iH-e of about 5 0 relative* tn* presence of about 50 relative! honeymoon trip, Mr. Phillips and his bride will make their home at their new bungalow, just com pleted at the Lakeside Country club. • • c Mrs. Jolui H. Scott was hostess this afternoon for the pretty mid week tea ot the Tennis club. SB* Important among summer bri dals will b* the weddiug thla evening of Miss Emily Colemsn, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Colsiuan, to Edward A. Rhode*, sea of Mr. snd Mrs. Henry Rhodes, which will take place st 8 o'clock at the borne of the bride's parents on North L street. Mr. Rhode* Is one of the promt*-, Ing young men of the city, and 1* associated with his father In the mercantile business. • • c Mr*. I-rank Clark and Mlaa Ca milla Clark of N*w York city are visiting tn Tacoma wtth their aunt, Mrs. McDotigal. • • c IS..licit Welsbaeh will pie-., ol a group of pupils in recital tomor row afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Tacoma Music hall. Third and Tacoma avenue. Among them are Mia* Lucile Bradley, Mlas Wlnnl fred Davis. Mia* Ruth Davis. Miss Frances Bradshaw and Miss Lisle Carlson. • • 4 Having motored up from Port land, where they now reside, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Barnes and family, formerly of Tacoma, are spending several weeks here with old friends. s * s -Leaving next Tuesday, Mrs. C. S Bates will make an extended trip through tha south and east, remaining away from Tacoma un til November. • * s The Mis*** Helen and Kli/a b*th Harmon, attractive young daughter* of Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Harmon, will give a debut dance at the Country club this evening, invitations having been issued to about 250 girl* and men of tbe younger society set. • * • <ju*ry i Int. No. 1 will hold its annual picnic at Point Defiance park next Saturday evening. • * • Tha Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railway Train men will give a card party Satur day evnlng at the home of Mrs. Craig. 2 210 O street. All friends of the order are invited. CONFESSIONS OF A WIFE I "Dick Objects" 1 j CHAPTER _U«. (Copyright, 1014, by the News paper Enterprise Association.) "Do you know, Margie," aald Dick to me yesterday, "the longer I live in this house and under this regime the less 1 blame Harry for his 'little escapade.' " - "Oh, Dick! how can you, call that awful tragedy a little esca pade?" I exclaimed, and my heart sank as It was brought home to me by Dick's remark that to all men the breaking of tbe seventh commandment is only a Blight sin. "Well, you can call tt what you will, but I want to tell you If I had to live in this atmosphere very long I would be driven to drink If not to something worse. No wonder Harry wanted to get away from the ever-lasting for mality of this English butler. I'd like to stick a pin in him some where to see if he is really hu man or only a wooden automaton. "I suppose these rich people get used to sll tbts flummery and flub dub, but I donT- belies* they like tt. No d*cently normal man wants someone to do everything for him. No wonder Harry tried »« — -—— f ASK FOR BIG FIVE OVERALLS YOU WILL LIKE THEM ■fa^ *«*s-"-i_?'vwii^^P BLACK AND WHITE IS NSW FASHION NOTE FOR TACOMA WOMEJf TINTS OF RAINBOW HAVE BEEN DISCARDED FOR NEW COLORS) ♦♦♦ ____> ♦♦• ♦•♦ ♦♦• •♦♦ •♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦•• WE SEE EVERYBODY WEARING THE TWO COLORS NOWADAYS. i ■ laving reveieu over-iong in the ttnts of the rainbow, decked herself in the shades of the vege table garden and the orchard, Fashion seems to have wearied of gaudy color and from cloud-gray and tomato red and peach-yellow she la turning for relief to black and white You set. It everywhere—at the races, at the theaters, in the church promenade on Sunday. to get away from It all where, there was a little freedom and comfort, where he could sit In his Bhirt-sleeves If he wished, literally : as well as metaphorically. There is luxury to burn about this house but If you ask me there is mighty little privacy or comfort. "It makes me very uncomfort able to have a lot of people about watching to see If I'm going to do things In the proper manner. 1 expect that butler would drop dead If I came to dinner some night In my business suit." "Why don't you try him to- ' night?" I said, laughing, "and I'll go down in a kiniotia." "What, are yon going to fry to Walk, Margie! Did the doctor say that you could?' 'asked Dick, jumping up eagerly and coming over to me, his face full of glad-, ness. "Yes. he ts coming to take the last bandages eff today, and do you see those crutches over there? Well. I am going to try and use them. You know my burned foot is almost well. Tbe doctor says I ran liear my weight on It." Much to my surprise Dick look ed at me with wet eyes. ' Margie." he said, "you will never know whst I suffered when I thought you were kited in that wreck and afterward when they told me you were probably not going to get well. I guess I almost went mad. Margie, now thst I have had you I do not see how I could get along without you. 1 know I'm a brute, but all men have the brute In them. I don't mean to be mean and make you unhappy, for I love you always. even when I sm most thoughtless and selfish. "No one Ui this world do I love so much as I do you- indeed, I do not think that I love anyone In this world but you." Yes you do, my dear Dick; you love yourself better than me or anyone else. I did not tell you this last night, but I am writing it here Sometimes I think this striving to make a man love yon more than he does himself ts only a bit of selfishness snd vanity on tbe part of a woman. And I have come to the conclusion that there are Just as many "women who think of themselves first as there sre men. Dick is far from perfect, but who pm I that should alt in judgment on him" On a woman who can wear It with distinction then* is nothin* ho smart as black and white, and nothing can he more sensational than chalk white silk or satin combined with material the hue of the raven's wing For Instance, a cape of filmy black lace threaded with hiouil hands of liberty satin ribbon seen at the races recently made tot tuuies of royal blue »nd pom pa SALUTE THE MARTIAL MAID OF 1914; SHE • *•> * * * *•• a a< 4%p ~k} 4^ 4\\ 4% 4\r IS DAME FASHION'S LATEST FAVORITE Salute' The Martial Mlas is presented to you for Inspection by Fashion's field marshals, Polret and Pa quln. Although she began her tri umphal march In Paris, the girl with the Napoleon hat. with mili tary coat and the soldierly stride, has already Invaded America The slouchy-galted girt, the fluffy ruf fle girl, the girl with the wtggley steps are beating a hasty retreat before her. W Ith her military smartness and trtmness she has stormed the fort of Fashion and It looks as if har* would be an easy victory. Prim and slim and Jaunty ts th* Military Mia, bat, la salt* af THE T-fcOMA TIMES. dour taffeta la- jemure and "sensible One ot the now evenms gowns which proclaim tbe vague for black aud white i« fashioned ol while moire silk with a broad I band of black velvet Is edged with plaited white silk. A handsome costume noted In the Sunday morning promenade wss made of black liberty silk skirt and s hlp-lengtb, basque like coat of white voile. I her mannish pockets and her sol-j dlerly stride, she s essentially sweet snd girlish She'll be the belle of the au tumn season, so prepare to join the ranks of the Military Miss. TODAY'!* HI a. I I 111 Kill AM Neuritis I* Inflammation of a nerve Neuritis in the leg gen eraly mean* inflammation of the sciatic nerve. But note thi*—A person who think* he o- *he has neuritis should be extren.ely care ful about tbe diagnosis. Most cases of so-called neuritis ar* in reality due to disease In th* *pi | nal cord, the backlione. within 1 th* pelvis in the hip Joint er srouad it DCYNiHlvll GREY'S J I LETTEKS|.| Q When a married wom an iiuilhi || sign* a con tact ts the kusbaad respoa aible. and will he have to pa.v for it? Alao. 1* a mar iled woman under 21 enti tled to vol*' 8. b. J. A.—A woman hoi inmis of age anil legally responsible fur del*, in* urred al tlie age of IN Women under 'At years of age are aot entitled to mv C—— as yei no pension l_u> Ik—v n.aiic for them In tlie ronstltuton of the I no .1 Ml ales. W I woader If you will be so kind as to tell me what will be proper to give for a wedding present. Ism In vited to s wadding, and 1 am st a loss to know what to get something inexpensive CONSTANT RKAHKH A. —A small ilisli. taw, etc. la tlie rock crystal glass intakes aa altractlve and Inexpensive wed ding gift, sad la s novelty. line may also final I——bb—_ llllle gill, in tlie sllvervtara thai are correal for «v. Ii aa ihismhs. Dear Miss Ur*y: A* • reader who has taken much Interest in your valuauls col umns, I take th* liberty of asking \esi ad vie*. lam a young man, 2s years old, am married and have three <lillili.ii l was married when 20. my wife being IT. I l*ft school af lit to make my owu way ta th* world, and my wife left school st 11 years. I was naturally studious snd anibitous. and although knocked from pillar lo poet. I read ami studied st every opportunity I have a steady iiosli ion now at 11.200 s year, with possible promotion to $ I ,KOfl, anil do nut waul to stop there. Hut In order to go aiiead 1 must study a great deal My wife does not care to read, and whene\er I wiah to study or read for awhile, ahe commences to pout and re mind me that what spare time I have should he devot ed to her. 1 have not Imrn selfish In this respect, but she demands It all. She Is a good woman and I love her with all im heart, hut do 1 not owe It to my own self cc spect to have a few hours? We have a great desl of company, of her own choos ing, all fond of what they call a good time; nothing wrong, hut card playing, etc. What shall I do; give up my future, as I know hy experience that she cannot be sattafied hy part of my time; or *hall I go ahead with my studies, and take the inevi table sniaahtip which will come sooner or later? WEARY ONE. A. \\ Lutein Is sbsolutely for your good can lie accomplished vviili..ut discord. A wife should not expect sll her Itushsnd's spare lime when lie wishes It for the ' i anfl advancement of ' 11ouself anil family. On tlie other iisiid, a liushajiil should altso , Intel) put from Ills mind all busi ness and ilevute a reasonable part of his time In his family ertpecial- I) the children. Tliey are his i»s i well as the mother's, and the par em- should consult one another .aa to what I* best for their charge**. A fstlier should even take all ths ren|M>nNlliility of the 1 children from the mother dally, so she may feeil perfectly free for awhile*—remember, she has the ■ are of I hem all day. If |~«o|>le will marry—usually -<Iflshly—tliey ahould ac<e|>t the i-e-*|>nn-*thillt-y that come*, witli marriage, and give of their heat to lite children who are the result of their marriage. There Is absolutely no need of ii vi.m-lmp If BOTH WILL \« I I NMKLHSHLY. Q —Why did Ood Disks files and other things that we try to get rid of, when It says In the Bible He mads everything for tbe good of the people? And why I* it that tbe men are nearly always left be hind in shipwrecks, and the women sent to safety when the men hsve more influ ence on the welfare of the world than the women? MISS FIFTEEN. A. 1 have no communication with tlie Almighty, so cannot sn ow er yoar first question. I mil recent years, man was considered superior to woman. 1 i nnse<|iieiilly In time of dancer lie i |u-*.ie. test her even If with his own life. Strictly speak lag. there is no reason why mem shonld sacri fice llielr lives for women. If yon think that mea have any more influence In the welfare of ! ihe world than women, it is he caase yon sre ignorant of the true ' farts. Head into the lifework of -mil women as I ranees* Wlllard. Oueen Victoria. -loan d'Arc. Jane tddsms sad scores of ot hears, both 1 living snd dead. I thing yoa will flad their lives har* gone jiisi a* far toward pnifrrews snd •ilva.ir ment aad bettering of conditions as any of the masculine lirrs—. Q f'otild you klsdlv giv* me the exact mini her of vote* cast the Isst presidential election for Wilson. Taft, Roosevelt aad Debs respec tively* A. J K. A.—Wilson. B.—.tna; Taft. .1.1H4,KM; Roosevelt. 4.H8.507: laebs. ISOi.a7d SUMMER FRUITS ARE RIPE; NOW 8 THE TIME TO PUT IT UP! ♦ * ♦ ♦■» ♦ ♦»♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ » 4> ♦ AAA ♦♦♦ CAROLINE COE TELLS YOU HOW TO PREPARE YOUR PRESERVES YOU CAM DO IT CHEAPER AND TAKE RAP AT HIGHER PRICES BY I V KOI I M . t.l Monsa na*d* Jelly I* uae af ths) most patiataMe articles of . food mad* by tlie housewife >»m a*l petal* ot rttm t__ lniSMi-iiisdr product la *■»! 11*1 to tna Jellies bought ia the Most*. It la aeaallj- ais*_ nadir aaaMary «sa-Mlliia* sad hatfr fraM la used, ihas making th* aa* at pi'—*rx*atl»e* mmi r assay ■ Hume made Jelly is very much [ less expensive Currant Jelly can be mad* for 7 rents ■ glsa*. This ts shout h*lf the price puld for the nun ■nereis 1 product. Moat Jellies are aiade by com bining th* clear Julos of fruit* MltS < OE TESTING JELLY 11 E» I PES **iiii an equal amount or sugar. Some fruits require ■ little more sugar. Overripe fruit will not make jelly Better use fruit a lit tle too green than too ripe All fruit should he washed and well ili,*in-*l. I lien 11 inked over to "DON'T EXAGGERATE THE HANDSHAKE SAYS BEVERLY BAYNE, WHO SHOWS YOU * * «v *■ * *. 4% • 0 4\\ * • . ••* •••> HOW TO DO IT. ACCOMPLISH IT NATURALLY Tlie rlijlit way ax shown by Mlsa Beverly Bayne la a special pli.*ii.gi a|ili for this aewMpaper. BY UfAH M"«LONE OIBNON. There is nothing which speak* of a pleasing personality la a woman as does Ihe way la which ahe greet* her friends end ar qnaintani It is sometimes very hard to pat Into Ihe simple bend of one's head Just the anions! of rordl allty or roldarsa needed to sal ute a well-heloxed friend or snah aa Mini y 'There sre seldom cases when a lady will give the cut direct to someone who has been sainted as an srqualntaaee. She can make her bow perfectly polite snd yet Infuse into it sn amount of frostt ness thst will congest tie whole atmosphere, if ahe wishes. The womaa with a pleasing personal ity, however, will be very care fal how she exercises this prtvt ace as she must know thst tbe remove any spots or bad fruit. > arrant* n.i'U not be steniiiied, Lit Blast he '.treitilh washed, as they -ne i> 11 >• i ■ coaleil with a prep ■■ "■! "'ii or desl roy lug the bugs on the bushes and this Is poisonous Heat In oven the same number kinder she hi, the more she radi ates sincerity and good-natured I Interest in those a Lost her. tbe greater will Oe her powers a«f| pleasing." Miss Bayne told me. Many very laaiaalluaal peo ple aay that aa* asaaa* aot B*op PAGE FITS. of pints of sugar as yoa h*r* juic* Whaa jaic* ha* b*ea baafc Ing fifteen minutes stir sugsr taj slowly. 801 l flvs minutes skim carefully aad put Into glssaea. I RAHAI'I'I,I JIIJ.V Wa*k and cut la half. Do aot peel or our* them Hut la pra- Bervlug kettle with water not quite to top of apple Holl until very soft Hut sll Into eh*— cloth hag—drain Add aa equal amount of sugar as Jute* used. Holl twenty tin rules from Una* It begins to boll, -kiss aad 99* la glasses t't KHAVI- JIIII Wash currants, remove all leaves, put la kettle with only enough water lo half cover tha fruit. Cover and cook slowly ou tll fruit Is reduced u> pulp. Strain carefully. I'aa for each pint of fruit Jaic* oa* plat sugar Put Juice la preserving ketlle Allow to boil fifteen minutes. HI.A 4 klll-ltltY Jil.IV I se berries a llllle nnsVer-rifa* or . ..liiLllie lel le. ll) t l|ie Ii uri las with one -third goaieetvel I iea. I*»t la preserving ketlle sad rnssti. las aot add aay water, "set prriiarv- Ing ketlle In dn»h pan of hot wo lar and boll until herrie* sr*s cooked lo pulp. lirsiu aad *• earh plat of juicr as* oae |dnt of 1...i ».i_ «i Holl iiii.e flftcwa iiiiiiutes Add hot sugar slowly. Htlr and when it Imgius lo hail again boll live mlawtes. NMm aad put in glanneal while hot. It ASt'ItKHHY AND 41 HKANT JK1.1.1 To one quart of currant* (not too ripe i add two quarts of r*d raspberries. Mssh, put la kettle set In pan of hot water, same aa blackberry Jell) Strain using equal amounts of Juice and sugar. Hoil Juice firteen minutes, sdd sugar, boll five minutes, put la glasses snd seal. SMALL Kill ITH All Ihe small fruits are mad* Into Jelly exactly ihe same way. If one Mill us.- the 'double bolt er" system no water is itecaeasry. This does not give quite as math Juice, luil the plan Is safer aad ,•... i..ii. Itasaaa* long enough on I lie street lo shake hands. This Is a bard aad fast rule out of tlie books of eti quette. Bat the girl who is sura that Lei itersoiiallty Is pleasing can slop a moment lo shako Lands. If she wishes to ha* perlic ii tarty cordial. The mau. however, if he ba conversant with pollt* usage, will turn and walk with th* young woman whtla they are conversing. This la founded on common seaaa BB two thoughtless people can block on* entire side on a busy street Of course, s man should never shake hands without tak ing his hat entirely off of hla head. The fad of the high hand shake I* a good thing, but too often ex aggerated. When done properly it 1* graceful snd moat proper. You reach your hand out and slightly up from your heart. All gaatures tbat seem to proceed from or on a plane with the ab domen as the low hand shake, ara alwsys mors or less ungraceful, and oftlines vulgarly lomai* place. On Sale Every Day Low Fares East FROM TACOMA And All Points In tbe Pacific Northwest TO ROUND TRIP Chicago 9 7_.i-U> Hlilul L nai.im Minneapolis er Ht. Paul 00.00 M .nl real 100.00 New York 104t.H0 Toronto, Oat O-.00 Washington 107.50 Omaha, I ouacil Bluffs, Kansas i Hi and ->t Jo seph 00.00 Proportionately reduced fare* to Maay Other Points in the East. Return may be made through California at slightly higher fare*. Final Return Limit, October all. IVI4. Liberal stopover prlvileg** snd cboice of divers* routs*' offered. TRY' THK ORIENT 11 IIHIIHMiN lill'K NEXT TRIP V tsT STOP OFF 4.T CJLACIER NATIONAL PARK. ir additional Informal i call oa or address ■ URFXT NORTHERN I TICKET OW« 4 ■ It INKER" TKVBT M^^M TELEPHONE MAIN 100. ■