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Saturday, Dec. 18, 1915
FORCEFUL, * TALENTED, PRACTICAL BY JKSSIK ALLKN FOWLER. (Expert Phrenologist in New York City.) Practicality, executive force, geniality of mind and WfiatiUty of talent in some of the cMo characterist i c i observable i n Mr s. Norman Gait's make-up. A reader ol character cannot I be deceived in: observing her practical, ulltar-1 ian and scien tific mind, for this shows Itself in her fully de veloped brow and remarkably rotund forehead, i ~, : -**s : —- i nese give hei J«Jlt A.ToiuVr great enthusl " - asm for national sports and her Interest In whatever Is going on sround her. She is therefore fond of nature and all that per tains to the beauties of country life, and flowers must appeal to her In a very idealistic way. Her sense of color and the forms of things is very strongly developed, therefore she cannot help but be enthusiastic over the t way In which these things serve her in her dally life. Her executive ability Is mani fested by the width of her head- Hence she will always show a full degree of energy, force, spirit and aggressiveness in modern im provements and up-to-date events. She is public-spirited and is in clined to support useful and pop ular measures. Her at ni. tlii> of mind shows itself in the fullness of her posterior brain and her lame social faculties. These are reflected in her riuliunt smile, her round full chin, the riitiindlty of her face and the brightness of her expres sion. She is whole-hearted, friendly, hospitable, and should niiike an excellent hostess and a devoted wife. Her versatility of talent shows itself in many parts of her brnin. especially through her artistic faculties, her appreciation for mu sic, and her conversational and llnqulstle capacity. Talking should be easy for her, and as an entertainer at private or public functions she has probably few equals. Her memory of details, events, foces, and the names of people should prove of wonderful assist ance to her In carrying out any public fnuctlon where a memory of such things Is required. She is able t" put (teople at ease ln her society, and this is one of the most im port.mi requisites for a president's wife. She will lie able to turn from plebeian to prince with perfect compos ure and ease of manner, and talk with each on mutters that pertain to their life and work. WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ft) _ <t i |>rlret I'uld Producers For | Meats, Ilutter. Eggs, Poultry j v $• •- Livestock — Cows, 6&@7c; hogs, 6 3-4® 6c; lambs, t! V 6 0 7, / 6 c; dressed hogs, 8c; steers, 7@7 1-4 c; heifers, s®6c; dress -1 v.l veal, 8® 12c. Ilutter tind Etta —Ranch but ter. 30® 31c; strictly fresh ranch, eggs, 37® 39c. Poultry — chickens, eresssi ]7©lßc; squabs, 16@18c; ducks, 16® 18c; squabs, $2® 2.21; springs, 22® 21c; turkeys, live, 18<g 20c. )~Belltng I Vices to Retailers | ! For Ilutter, Eggs and Chases t t * Cheese —Washington, 17c; Til lamook, 17c; Domestic Swiss, lie. Eggs—Fresh ranch, 40® 41c. Butter—rvoaniii|ton creamery. 12 Q) 83c. Wholeness neat «*r'i m. Fresh Meats —Steers, 10® lie; ♦• belfers, 10c; hogs, trimmed sidos, 16c; mutton, wethers, 11 He; lamb, 11' 'i Hi 1 4c; ewes , 10® 10He; whole hog, lie. A ® , Prices Paid Wholesale Deal- | t ere For Vegetables, Fruit I 4) <*, Fruits —Bananas, 5c lb: Navi.is, $2.75®8.25; Florida grape fruit, $4.60®6 box; Call., 8 for 25c; Pineapples, 6c lb; home grown •apples, 75c® $1.50 per box; grapes, $1 bskt; Malagas, $l.::i; Concords. 25® 27c TisXt; Tokuvs, $1.50; lemons, $4®4.50; Grave stein apples, 76c oox; cran berries, $9® 10 barrel; quinces. $1.26 box. Vegetables — Onions. Walla Walla, $1.25: California, $1 61 cwt.; Oregon onions, $1.50® 1.56; head lettuce, $2.16 crate; "cabbages, 35® 40 sk. Chili pep pers, $2.35; rutabagas, $1.35; Call, tomatoes, $1.36 crate; egg plant, $1 box; beets, $1; Merced sweet potatoes, 2c lb.; squash, 2c lb.; pumpkin, 1 l-4c; Hubbard squash, lHc; Netted Gem pota * toes, $22® 23 ton; homegrown, $14 ton; Brussels sprouts, 10c '*" lb.; California green peas, Call, cauliflower, home grown, $1.86 crate. *\ Wholesale Hay and Grain Prices. Clover, $16® 17; alfalfa, $16 6 17; corn, $3(1 ft/ 37; wheat, $31 ©35; whole barley, $31; rolled oats, $30; bran, $23®24; shorts, $26®27; hops, 1915 crop, 8® $12V401b. Xmas and Holiday Stationery at discount*. 1 The Walter Borg Sta tionery Co. MOO Bernice Bldg. Open Saturday Evenings- WOMEN WHO WILL SEE WEDDING They are: Top row, left to right. Miss M.'ii'Karct Wilson, the P resident's oldesi diuiiihter; Mrs. liolilng, mother of Mrs. <«alt, and MS*. I. I?, Say re, who was ,less|<> Wilson. Second row, left la riubi. two of the bride's sisters, Miss Berths BolUag, anil Mrs. Matthew 11. Miiiny, and Mrs. Win. (>. McAd<io, who xvas Kleanor Wilson. IJelow Is Mrs. Joseph Wilson, wife of the president's brother. KEY TO MRS. GALT'S CHARACTER SANTA GATHERS TOYS FOR EMPTY STOCKING Taeoma Santas have started on a hunt for toys and presents to fill the stockings of Empty Stocking kids to the brim. One of these Santas called up today and asked us to bo sure and send her the name of a boy be cause she'd been shopping and had bought—well, things that would just make a boy jump up in the air with surprise. Funny, isn't it, to be saying "she" about Santa Claus? Hut there are a lot of Mrs. Santas in Taeoma this year helping out old man Santa In his strenuous ef forts to see that no poor child Is overlooked. j Volunteer Santas are being supplied with names of children, whose stockings might be empty, as fast as the names come in. The Associated Charities is seeing to it that each Saint Nick has at least one child to make happy. And the Santas say they are having the time of their Hveß rounding up toys and presents. Read this letter from a Taeoma mother, then see if you don't want to join the army of Santas, too: "Dear Empty Stocking Editor: THIS LITTLE STOCKING NEEDS FILLING! WON'T YOU FILL IT? Empty Stocking Editor, The Times, Taeoma, Wash. Won't you see that this little child doesn't wake up Christmas morning to find an empty stocking? Name Address "I WANT TO FILL AN EMPTY STOCKING" Empty Stocking Editor, The Times, Taeoma, Wash. I will be a volunteer Santa Claus and fill the empty stocking of some poor child, if you will send me a name and address. Name Address I am going to write to you. I have five children. My husband left last spring and hasn't pro vided for ua since. lam working, but I don't get wages enough to live on and buy anything lor the children. I saw the coupon and thought I would write and tell you just how 1 am situated. "I got one girl 14 years, and four boys. One is 11 yesterday, and one 11 next month, and two 3 and 5 years. 1 have never ask ed for help, but I am up against It, so I got to do something. "The children will feel so bad if they don't get anything for Xmas, but I can't buy a single thing. If I could get some help through your paper, but please don't put my name ln the paper or I know 1 would lose my posi tion. "Thanking you in advance, for I know how you have helped oth er poor women, and 1 feel sure you will do the same for me when you know how I am up agatii3t It." Now fill out the "I Want to Fill an Empty Stocking' coupon and send It in to The Times' Empty Sotcking editor today. THE TACOMA TlM£b Alumni to Si_;g College Songs GILMOI It DOME Who Will Speak in Taeoma Tonight. A program of rollicking college songs, as well as feveral solos by leading Taeoma mush-Inns, will be carried out at tonight's reunion of former University of Washington students at the Commercial club. Miss Hazel Del luff will sing and a violin solo will be given by Miss Mary Seartngen. In addition, a number of the well known Wash ington songs will be sung by the crowd. The Taeoma students now in the university are expected to furnish one stunt. Talks will be made by President Suzzallo, Coach Gllmour Doble, Alumni President Dykeman and Alumni Secretary Riordan. Boys! Boys! EARN MONEY AFTER SCHOOL The Taeoma Times needs a few live boys to sell papers on downtown corners. It's an easy and sure way for a boy to make spending money. Some corners pay from fifty cents to two dol lars a day! You will make BO per cent profit on every paper you sell. Come down tomorrow night. See the whole saler at The Times of fice, 9th sad Commsrce Streets. Circulation Department PING! GOES BIG GUN Big gun prlctlce right In the heart of Tscoma! Affoui'lnch battlestiln gun, of the kind used on Uncle Sam's best nag ''fighters is being shipped to Taeoma by the navy department fo» the Second naval inllltta division of Washington to practice on, aepordlng to word Just received. It weighs 8,000 pounds and is going to be set 1111 in the armory. Now don't get scared, you courthouse clerks. They aren't really FOinn to shoot It off. Those militiamen merely are going to attach a rille to it. aim it, and plug away at a postage stamp target at the other end or the drill hall. Btit theyre going to practice loading the big gun, anyway. SUFFRAGISTS SPLIT WASHINGTON, n. Cm Hec. 18.- Plans for concerted action be fore congress by suffragists of all creeds met with a rebuff yesler du.\ when a proposal that the Congressional I'nlon for Woman Suf frage bo allowed to reaffillate with the National American Woman Suffmge association was defeated after a lively debate on the floor of the associations annual convention. Authority for frequent conferences between executive ***** nilttees of the two bodies in the fight for a reiieral suffrage amend ment was voted, however. WHITE SLAVE PROBE What may be an extensive white slave traffic carried ou through Taeoma was brought to light yesterday when Assistant V. S. Attorney Fishbiirne ordered the arrest of Mrs. Mllly Eddy In Chicago on a ■hargs of violating the Mnnn white slave act. The desire of Mrs. Eddy to go on the stand and testify In behair of Clarence Ludwlg, who pleaded guilty to a whits slavery charge and wan sentenced to three months In jail this week, is said to have put government officers on her trail. MM posed as a clalrvoynnt while In Taeoma. Government agents so far have been unable to locate her in Chicago. WARN AGAINST FIRE "A house of merriment is better than a house of mourning." This is the slogan which Is being adopted to warn Taeoma folks to sec that they take the proper precautions against fire at Christ ' ■•*. Negt week Fire Chief McAlevy and Fire Marshal Chantler will 1 begin making the rounds of the city to give warnings. Each year at Christmas, they say, many children are burned through carelessness, ami fatalities could be avoided with the proper precautions. They have endorsed v list of "don'ts" for Christmas time. SOME STRONG CHEESE MONRO!. Wis., Dec 18.- Eat lliiibiirger cheese if you want to be healthy, I lining the last year the folks of Green county have been eating It Instead of meat, nml Given county hud the lowest death rate In the stats last summer. Linibuiger cheese Is given as the reason by the physlclaaa Last \enr the county produced more than 3,000,000 pounds of it. It is said to be a great strength producer. SHOT IN GUN BATTLE ST PAIL, Minn, Dec. 18— In v gun fight between detectives untl bandits who tried to rob tbe patrons of a saloon here last nlixbt. two bandits were Instantly killed, another fatally wounded, and v detective seriously hurt. _.«____•«. . . a T. o detectives were in the saloon when the bandits entered and commanded the patrons to throw up their hands. The officers immediately covered them, but the bandits replied to the command | to surrender with a volley of shots. SLAM MOLLYCODDLES Mollycoddles will come In for a few slams at the evening ser vice of the First Presbyterian church tomorrow night ""*£". C. W Wcyer, D. D„ the new pastor, will Initiate a new series of Sun dß> "'he^servlc^s are designed to appeal especially to men. Sun day night -•wlN«l with a certain noted Hon hunter whe ,\* , no Theodore Roosevelt. The topic of the sermon will be A Lion, a 1 it and a Snowy Day-" — WWM-tTOKE Germun federal council issues 'order prohibiting bakeries from , using eggs ln baking cakes for Christmas. Peace congress at llerne, Switz erland, postponed until spring. Franco refused to send delegates. Diamond Kings W to »IV>. Pfaff, Jeweler, 1147 Urdwy. adv. Samuel T. I_oose, victim of auto , accident Thursday, will recover, j say physiciuns. Four lives lost. In windstorm Which sweeps eastern Mississippi and Alabama counties. Cut flowers and floral work. II In/., florist, So. 7tli and K. adv. Country has developed an un usual spirit of confidence, says George B. Roberts of New York, former director of V. S. mint. Channel opened through slide at Gallard cut which closed Pan ama (anal to traffic last Septem ber. STANT.KV BEL- PRINTING CO. "Ed»." Marked increase in consumption of oranges, nuts and Christmas eats noted on market. Dr. Robinson, Dentist, National Realty building. adv. Commissioner T. R. A! P. Mills Instructs traffic squad to rigidly enforce new ordinance requiring rays from auto headlights not to 1 be thrown higher than 4 % feet Senate Philippines committee adopts favorable report on admin -1 istralion measure to extend self government in the islands. ctv_.i IS RAROAIN COUNTER Broth can be spoiled without tbe aid of too many cooks. • • • Bargain gold fish are apt to be plated. • • • Some men marry poor girls to settled own— others rich girls to settle np. Nearly 600 horses consigned to silled armies ln France drowned ln North river, New York, when barge springs a leak and sinks. Judge Card dismisses case against M. E. Cue, Centralis pub lisher, tried recently on first de gree assault charge- McLean the ooatrect mover .'p_n IMO. "adv." Fire breaks oat In heart, of Cheyenne, Wyo., business district. Three bold bandits line up 11 pedestrians against Boulder, Col.. schooltaouss sad take up collsc-' tlon of gold watches tad |1S Frank Smith, most notorious safe blower of two continents, shot and killed in 'Frisco buse meiit saloon. Earl Kitchener denies engage ment to marry dowager countess of Minto. Eight memliers of crew of Ger man Zeppelin which raided Lon don Oct. 13 found frozen to death on return to Germany. Holly wreaths with berries, Aoc Ditto Floral Co., Oth and St. Helens. Main Isi 7. "adv." German navul expert says I. S. Is "trying to bluft" ln note to Austria. l.omlon Morning Post advocates holding Capts. Boy-Ed and yon I'apen, discharged German at taches In V. S . as hostages. German socialists start move to bring socialist party of France Into an agreement for early peace Gov. Ferguson of Texas may prohibit movement of Carranza troops through his state. Mm Havre Licenses. Robert R. Young and Irma W« Trommlitz. ■ Seattle grand Jury reports It has been unable to connect any persons with gambling operations ln that city. Births. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jamss Tsaver, 605 So. M st., boy, Dec. 16; Mr. and Mrs. Edwsrd Felker, 5606 So. Durango st., girl, Dec. 9; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams, Webster apartments, boy, April 1, 1912; K. S McKenzie, Spanaway, girl, Dec. 10; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schroader, 1624 East 27th St., Dec. 6; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Stuart, 3314 No. 31st st., girl. PANTAGES D< litFl- OPERA CO. LAURIE ORDWAY "Nenl of the Nary"—No. 12 FIVE OTHER BIG ACTS ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR BTOMACHI Do ysu want a better on*—one (hat oxjtti belch am, or turn sow, or fas heavy, or make you fed miserable? MK>NA R>r Incttfceation ft rsfcvw ttotnach dbirtss In five mln afea ft aafcte old, uant-fcdory, nfecl Bous ttomadis to work Who new one* ever ready to digest ths heartiest meaL MI-p-** Tablet* are guarantoedto gut Mfrfcrtfen. or money back 9*. _____ _t !_______« ___________■ ____««_______. <__rl______c rm wm m ***** uma**m mmrmmak >ws_ni WITH THE THEATERS Here She Is-Leading Woman of New Stock Company at Empress Miss Helene Niillivim, le.i.llu ■ woman of the new Wilkes Stock coni|Miny, opening ut the mt***tt <lirl.st.ina.. dm. Tacoma's big Christinas girt this year will be the re-opening of the Empress theater by the Wilkes Stock company under the management of Dean 13. Worloy. The opening will take place Christmas day, beginning with a matinee, and as an example of the quality of pluys the organiza tion will produce, the first offer ing will be Hoi Cooper Mogruo's successful drama, "Under Cover," which played all last season in New York. The players have all appeared previously ln "Under Cover" and will have ample time for their re hearsnls before the opening day. Miss Helene Sullivan, who has never appeared ln Taeoma, will FAMOUS MYSTERY, "CREO" IS RETURNING TO THE PANTAGES For the Christmas week bill at Pontages theater an exceptlon.il headline feature Is announced and, according to advance re ports, it Is supported by several offerings of stellar merit. The headllner will bo "Colonial Days," a gorgeous musical offering con sisting of tsn Inst i 'umentallsl . and singers. The quaint costum ing and powdered wig of Colonial days gives to the act a charming atmosphere of (juaintness and re finement and the musical selec tions are a delight to the ear. An additional headline attrac tion is "Creo," presented by Richard Tlolke and wife. Mr. Bolke in the role of an artist seemingly materializes n beauti ful woman from a "rag, a bone and a honk of hair" before the eyes of the audience. The act Is said to baffle any attempt nt so lution. The comedy hit of the bill is set aside for S. H. Dudley and his company in "The Stranded Minstrel," a novel comedy play let. "Dancing Davey." hailed ,is the lerpslchorean fiend, allows his audience to choose his reper toire nt every performance Les Ardos ire two comedy ath letes whose performance Is pas skilled as It is funny. "White Gods" Is the fitle of chapter 13 Yesterday's Late News POCKETHOOK FOUND A man's pocketbook, containing a sum of money, was turned over to the police today, having been found on a downtown street. The owner may have It by Identifying it at police headquarters. CATCH BANDITS RIVERSIDE, Cal., Dec. 17.— Authorities beli.ive they have cor nered the two bandits who killed P. C. Macy, a farmer, and se riously wounded his daughter and son, ln a gun battle last night. The men are caught in a box can yon, It Is said. "Going Out of Business" Jewelry Auction HIGH CLASS Diamonds, Watches, Out Glass, Silverware, Hand Painted China. SALES DAILY 2 P. M. AND 7:30 P. 11 M. L. DAVIS 906 Pacific Aye. _ ac«Mft \^% ' XfMmM- m^mmmmmmmmmmmmmk Mm a\W%* \ flflH PAGE THREE. be the leading woman of the company. She was formerly ln a similar capacity with the famed Balaaco Stock company at l.os Angeles and has recently sppear od In l.os Angeles, Salt Lake City and Denver. lib hard Vivian, known as one of the best actors on the coast, will be the lending man. Mist M ip- Booth, a charming young actress from California, will be the ingenue of the Wllk-s company. Miss Fanchon Ever harde, a capable and experlsnoed actress well known throughout California, will also be a member of the Wilkes forces. The other* will be announced within the next few days. Mine. Koike, who appears as "Creo," in the famous mystery art of that name on the new hill at the Pantuges next week. of "Neal of the Navy," next to the hist episode of tbe Pathe se rial. PROSECUTORS MEET SALEM, Ore., Dec. 17.—Dis trict attorneys of about half the counties of Oregon met here this afternoon to discuss enforcement of the prohibition law. Attorney General Brown addressed the meeting. INVESTIGATE ROADS WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 17. —Investigation of railway fin ances and methods by a commis sion of five senators and five representatives waS proposed to day in a resolution introduced by Senator Newlands with the president's approval.