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Friday, Feb. 11,1916.
Coats for Utile Ones Between 4 and 5 Years of Age Very Special $1.95 Colors Brown, (ireen, Navy and Copen hagen. See Windows. FEIST & BACHRACB 0:12*414 Pacific Aye. Tebbett's Prices: Have What Yon Can by Correct Buying. Ask the Clerk About Our .% Per Cent "Come Rack Slips." KPI.nAI.H FOX SATI'KDAV Krone Flour, per sack. . sl..')(i Oregon Creamery Butter, U lbs. for H.-» Kxira Large ISO Oranges, pe.' do/. Ma Sweet Prunes, Ii lbs Me Nut Rolls, per doz 12c Large Coffee Cakes, each. . .8c Apple Cakes, ench Me Krans Kriigan . . . I.V and Mc KVI.KVBAV SPFCIALS Large Bars Floating Castile Soap, per linr ti.'c Clow's Waffle Flour, li.")c per pkg., 6 for t<M (iood Cooking and Fating Ap ples, per box, from K."»c to (t-M Bulled Oats, 6 lbs for ... .Ma Pancake Flour, ti lbs. for. ,MC lleringg in Bouillon, 2 cans :!•">(• Large Bottle Catsup 20c Fresh Ranch l.ggs, per doz. ;tSc Black Figs, 4 lbs. for iS."ic Klk Savon Soap, 1(1 for . . . iiSc Standard Tomatoes, doz.. . . »*"» c Standard Corn, per doz . . .9.V Freshly roasted Coffee, equal to any sold at ISo per lb.; our price, 3 10s. for si no FOB THE SPBIXO WORK Figured Bimlty Checks nnd SO'l|i*es Very dainty patterns and splendid value, a yd. ISMe Dress (liiiKliniiiH —The regular Lie grade, special ISHc Plain Voile*---in all the wanted shades, special, per yd Me Curtain Merlins—New shipment. Regular 33c value Bsc Remember We Are "Just 'Bound the Corner From High lYiee-N*" The Cable Cars Stop in Front nl Our Door. M.C.TEBBETTS INCORPORATKD. BSOI-.1 A si. Main MS. Opp. Post Office. ■N.W.GroceryCo.l 1302-4 Commerce St. Retail Department. Regular 40c Oranges, Satur day only, Qflf* per doz JUU Per case • M-M Regular 20c Lemons, Satur day only, 17' f* per doz II '£** Florida ('.rape Fruit, 0C« Klc eacii. I lor COG Apples, Saturday only, •*\ per box, 7.V' to *tf* I Fancy Full Cream Cheese, something nice, OO'-r. per lb LL'jXi Full Cream Cheese, AT* ft per lb I I 2V Strictly Fresh Ranch Of\i\ Eggs, per doz WUu Best Fancy Wash. Creamery ''liter. Saturday OUn only, per lb Juti Oolden Jersey Butter, Satur day only, Qo'r» per lb U_C.__C Best Bulk Butter, Saturday only. 00'#» per lb \J Cltj (iood Bulk Butter, Saturday *-***xt, on« per lb OUU Picnic Haras, 10#» per lb iUC COFFEE DEPARTMENT Our :isc M. * J. Blend, Saturday only, Qfln per lb iIUC Our 30c Java Blend, Satur day only, OC r per lb tub our 17% c Blend, Sat- *tr n unlay only, per lb tub TFRN TO THE CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ON PAtlB 7 FOR .1 si lis. SEE PAGE SEVEN. ADMIRAL'S DAUGHTER IS LEAVING NAVY BOYS Duiighter of Rear Admiral Homer It. Stanford, who shortly will leave Wasliington to make her home in Philadelphia. Her lather, who was chief of the bureau of yards and docks of the nnvy depart ment, has been assigned lo cominaudautship of the League Island navy yard in Philadelphia. Miss Stanford whs to have made her debut in Washington this winter but now she will make her social how in Philadelphia. Plan Lincoln Day at School Students of Lincoln Park high school will give a special Lincoln day program tomorrow in the school auditorium. Tho program will include reci- ; tntions, "Lincoln, the Man of the People," by Mabel Mcc; "The Toy Shop," by Stella Jauraguy; j "Why Should the Speak Tomor row lie Proud?" by Jerome John-' son, and "The Counsel Assign- j ed," by Ksther Johnson. The program will be completed], with several musical numbers. | U. S. HOLDS WAR AT ARMS LENGTHj WASIII.N'tITO.v, D, C, Feb. H. President Wilson told the I. : S. Coiiimerel.il club last night that the country needed a intr-| chant marine and a new tariff j committee, lie said the country' is not facing any Immediate' i-liaii'i- ofwar , tit Is holding war; Ht arms length. i There Is Only "ONE" | REAL WAR PICTURE IN TOWN SEE IT AT THE LIBERTY At Tl VI, SCENES ON FIELD OK BATTLE IX M ROPE MEL THE BISSIAN BATTLESHIPS IX MEAL A< Tlo\ SINKINO ENEMY'S SHIP LIBERTY 10c 5c FRYE & CO. MARKETS SATURDAY SPECIALS INCLUDE: Steer pot roast, lb lac Pork shoulder roaHt. lb Ilc-I2e Loin pork roast, lb 17c Fresh spare ribs, lb . lOc Pork back bones, 10 lbs aio Sugar cured bacon, lb 15c Anchor brand bacon, lb tin Fresh pork liver, lb flc Link sausage, lb IB Ho Fresh churned creamery butter, 3 lbs 91.00 Peanut butter, 2 lbs 'M_ We close at 9 p. m. on Saturdays. Location of Our Markets FRYE & COMPANY 17th and Commerce Streets. WASHINGTON MARKET, 1118 A 11320 BROADWAY Look for the V. B. Purple Stamp. It slgnlfta* Purity aad Quality. Our meat kept la sanitary cases lo perreel eendltlon by our cold air syateas. We Give Penny Change Meadowmoor llest Mutter, l lb ;tr>c, :i tha $i*(Hi qs_"^c___i.____wm__ Maple Nut Ice Cream, spe cial, qt _J.">c 1 '•!<■ ill Our Candy Kilchen Log Roll, lb -lOc Turkish Caramels, lb. . .Ml ML Tacoma Nougat, lb.. :tOc Made in Our liukery Almond Macarons, lb.. . .."50c Layer Cah-M, special, ea. 20c Walnut Loaf Cakes, each 2.V Coffee Rings, each lOc Pineapple I'les, each 20c Try our Old Fashioned But termilk at Soda Fountain. MKADOWMOOK HAIKV nan 008 Broadway. Titcoma Theater Bldg. Factories MM Boadway. *__***\*j THE TAUOMA TTMttR Personal [ and . Social I -** The It iii«.—- Htihiiie Hinder, a ] member of the Syrian nobility and a resident of Damascus, will speak Sunday nit; lit at 7:80 j o'clock In the linmaniiel Presby terian church on "Syria, Her Cus toms and Her People." Princess Hinder Is highly educated, the author of several dramas. She will speak in native costume. Mis. .1. 1.. Akin and dauul'ter I.itcile, have gone to California where they will spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Moore, of •Stockton, Cal. Women of Circle Xo. I of the Pilgrim Congregational church will entertain Monday night at a Valentine party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Thompson, 3 9_!.i No. 3uth st. sii,*i. i.in Woman's Keller corps will give a Lincoln program to night in the Armory. The Sheridan W. It. C will give a butterfly social today In the Armory. Mrs. I_,angdon and Mm. Knaggs will he the hostesses. Mrs. .1. E. Kurkey will enter tain members of the Illeinu club this afternoon at her home, liil'^ No. L'Sth st. The Pierce County Anti-Tiilier eulosla league will meet today at 2 p. m. in the league rooms in the city hall. A program will lie giten to night in the college chapel by the girls of the Pliiloniathean Liter ary society of the College of Puget Sound. The leading skit Is a take-off on "Everywomon." It was written by Mrs. Alice War ren, a member of the society. Mrs. .1. S. tirel* and .Mis. Ilo'l brook will entertain members of the Cosmopolitan club next Tues day afternoon. Mrs. Marion Mc- Neil will lead the program. MLss Margery Oriel Is visit lug in Florida. Tik iiniii policemen v> iii hold their annual ball on March 9 In the new Elks' temple. Chief Smith, Police Captain Bead, ex- Chief Loom!*, Detective lluckaba, and Patrolmen Prezinger and Oarberg are committeemen. Wiiilmeu of Woodcraft, Tnco mania circle, No. Iriß,1 riB, will give their regular card party and dance next Thursday evening, Feb. 17, in Eagles' hall. Every body welcome. Alpha lodge, Degree of Honor, will give a card party Thursday evening, Feb. 17, in Odd Fel lows' temple. Mrs. ABM Gro bey, Mrs. Mary Pierce and Iler tha Johnson will act as hostesses. COMMERCIAL BINDERY .v PRINTING tO. Adv. Vida O. E. S. will give the first of a series of dancing parties next Tuesday at Masonic temple. Invitations may be obtained from Miss Effle Riley, at the Peoples Store; Thomas L. Jacobs, 917 Ta coma aye., or XV. L. Bender, 909 Tacoma aye. Thin Folks Who Want to Get Fat Increase In Weight Ten I'omuls or More. '•I'd certainly give most any thing to he able to fat up a few pounds and stay that way," de clares every excessively thin man or woman. Such a result Is not Impossible, despite past failures. Most than people are victims of mal nut ritlon, a condition which prevents the fatty elements of food from being taken up by the blood as they are, when the pow ers of nutrition are normal. In stead of getting into the blood, much of the fat and flesh pro ducing elements stay in the Intes tines until they pass from the body as waste. To correct this condition and to produce a healthy, normal, amount of fat, the nutritive pro cesses must be artificially suppli ed with the power which nature; has denied them. This can prob ably best be accomplished by eat ing a Sargol tablet with evorv meal. Sargol is a careful combi nation of six splendid assimila tive agents. Taken with meals they mix with the food to turn the sugars and starches of what you have eaten into rich, ripe nourishment for the tissues and blood and Its rspid effect has been in many cases reported re markable. Reported gains of. from ten to twenty-five pounds In' a single month are by no means infrequent. Yet its action la perfectly natural and absolutely harmless. Sargol is sold by The Crown Drug Co., 1132 Pacific ay. and other druggists everywhere' and every package contains a guarantee of weight increase or money hack. NOTE:—Sargol la recommend ed only as a flesh builder and while excellent results in cases of nervous Indigestion, etc., have been reported, care should be taken about using it unless a gain of weight Is desired. BEFORE THE CAMERA ■ Francella Illllington, leading lady for the new million dollar Palo Ato Film corporation. Her screen life began three years ago with the Tlianliouser company, She lumped into the limelight liy her portrayal of a barmaid. Kor the last two yean she lias play ed lends for Majestic films under D. W. Qrifflth'■ direction. Her personality and ability promise a most brilliant future. Dame Industrious Aids Betty Harte In Her Life Work BFTTV HABTi:. The most wonderful fairy in the world is Dame Industrious, who puts energy and activity into the brains and bones of her favorite god-children. Endowed with an iilert mind and a n.ilurril tendency to "dig." anyone should succeed and grow famous. Beti\ llarte, known to legions in the movie world, utters this phllosoph) of life as her doctrine Of success. ■he li.is played between 400 and "iOO parts and has traveled 50,000 miles. "The more you travel, ■ the more you see, the more you learn, the better your chance of inter preting even the smallest role cor rect!;. ," says Betty. She is now in Southern Cali fornia starring with the David Horsley Co. in features. She's One of Three Highest Salaried Stars in Filmdom She Is ona of the youngest of motion picture stars, yet one of the three hlgkes salaried act resses in fllmdom. I -J kaT^k V yA I **m WHERE TACOMA IS : AMUSING ITSELF Theaters TACOMA Tonight, "The llird of Para dine. _____r_T___m "The (all of the North,'*; stirring druma of the frozen country. PANTAUI-'.S "The Office OtrU," uiiislcnl comedy, uiih comedy vaude ville bill. Movies A1'01.1.0 "A Modern Cnoch Arden," ; with .loe Jackson, and "The] • *«■< kmiing I lame." COI.ONIAT, "Mhe mid Men." with Mar- Kuerite Clarke. MI.I.I.OI'KNK "I (glitlug for I*'ranee," in five reels of uuthoi i/.-.i film. I.IHKHI'V "The Horrors of War." In three reels. by i itciioii: 1 ilm Marguerite Clark Is repeating the success of Mary Plekford. It i Is unusual for two full-week i shows to follow each other In Ta- ! coma, but "Mice and Men," Missi Clark's latest sticcees, is drawing | capncity audiences to the Colonial I all week. Mary Pick ford played | last week to the theater's capac-l By. "Mice and Men" is well | worth seeing. • • • Nina reels of clever pictures are dished up b) Manager Andei-j son of tlie Apollo this week. It's, the largest bill, and one of the! most pleasing, that we have seen In a long time. "A Modem Enoch j Arden" Is a four-part Keystone I Triangle comedy with Joe Jack-! sou in tlie lend, and it is a Bcreuiii. II "The Beckoning Flume," with I Henry Woodruff, is In five parts. , It is a well acted drama. , • c c Among the big things coming J to the Apollo in the near future J are "tlie Ne'er Do Well," from I < Bex. Bey Hi s famous story, a nine j I reeler that 'ras taken the conn- I try by ston 1, and "The Rack," a | tremendously sensational drama. •• • | Tlie Liberty funtinues to pro-|j vide unique bills. Tomorrow will ; | be the last time to see "The Hor rors of War," one of the most un usual and awo-inspilng battle field films we have ever seen, i Starting Sunday will he Mrs. Fteke'i greatest photo-play, "Van ity Fair." *,-*•>. "Fighting for France," a five-] part film taken on the allies' bat tlefield with official permission of Hie French government, is show ing at the Melbourne today and Saturday. The picture is declared to be full of sensations. Oilier features are "The Janitor's Wife's Temptations," a Kestone-Tiiangle comedy, and "When Seconds 1 Count," an exciting railroad play, j with Helen (iihson. Winifred Greenwood, Edward Coxen and George Field are seen i to splendid advantage in "The I Suppressed Order,' a big thrill lag Civil war picture play shortly] to be announced by the American! Film (10.. Inc. Director Tom Ricketts has staged the drama on a tremendous scale. * • • Vivian Martin, star of "Merely Mary Ann," a William Fox photo dramatization of Israel Zang will's famous work, which has been completed under the direc tion of John (j. Adolfl, is a short story writer In her spare mo ments. She has recently issued a book of verse. • • • Helen Gibson declares that her greatest pleasure is watching her self on tlie screen in picture the aters and hearing her neighbors say, "That girl will kill herself some day." "But I certainly do get angry.' adds the "Hazards of Helen" star, "when I hear some one say. '1 bet she didnt do that] herself:' " 'CASCARETS" SET YOUR LIVER AND BOWELS R'GHT They're fine! Don't re main bilious, sick, head achy and constipated. Best for cold, bad breath, sour stomach—chil dren love them. Get a 10-cent box now. Be cheerful! Clean up inside tonight and feel fine. Take Cas oarets to liven your liver and clean the bowels and stop head aches, a bad cold, biliousness, of-i tensive breath, coated tongue, sal-| lowness, sour stomach and gases Tonight take Cascarets and en joy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experi enced. Wake up feeling grand Everybody's doing It. Caecarets best laxative for children also g Sale 8 JfV Our Clearance Sale ii an underprlced distribution W II of HighCiiiulo Suits. Coate and Dressee that encour- | 1 W ,i|rns nnd promotes the commendable habit of econo- -M-J I 1 mlzlng. Thla Is a Sale without limitations. Your »*i \ftr choice of these high-grade garments, while they lubt, _.__ |*| at Jtisl exactly ONK-IIAI-K their former selling price. X( 0 Women's and Misses' w Q Suits $4.38 0 \tf l'l>. Your choice of any Lady's Suit In the bouse |. J \bf Women's and Misses' Wool Storm Serges Dresses (L.J |1 from isn.no up to *7..V». fK X Ladies' Waists Your i lioice, 7.5 cup to $°-!.;tB. L» J X Heavy Winter Coats C X $7.50 R frk ip in isir!.:.-,. for your rhoics of any Woman's Coat l-l in the house There are over 50 ("oats lv this lot to I^l f*J\ choose from Other Coats as low as *l.:tH. Vlteratloug JK I I always free. Open Saturdays until lv p. vi. I I rS CASH OR CREDIT LJ Mr During this Sale we extend our credit prlvileger |l \^\ as before. You can purchase anything In our stum _._W LI and pay later either weeklj ( ,r monthh W i T ir_'i-'. i i,...ii.i.n . (/petals*, tiros* Block I 1 Ul WALK I PSTAIKS—SAVK MIO.OO J I «XXXX3GX€XXXX2M QUEENBITYMARKET steer reef D, S. lus|H>i te.l. Sirloin Steak, o(\t* lb CVXj Round Steak, Ofln lb CUU Shoulder Steak, •! C_ Prima Rib Roast, Oflf. boned and rolled, lb.. -LUG Pot Roast, 1 0 ' »» lb ItJU Rib Rolling. 1 I w lb Mb Lags I-amb, 00« lb CC\j WE CI.OHE AT 0 l». M. 11 Capital. Surplus I and Undivided 4 I Profits ; $16,732,962.26 ! r l l 8. M. JACKSON, Manager. TACOMA BRANCH, 13™ & PACIFIC Read the Classified Ads On Page 7. / ' pam mi I 111 Sll PORK Loin Chops, Ofin lb <tuo Shoulder Steak, 1 C« Hi lUI/ Shoulder Roast, 1 O ' *•* lb I *L_>G Loin Roast, 10*-. Hi IUO Leg Roast, -J Q„ lb lUb Side I'otk, -t C rt lb I «Jlr Bpeetsl Link 1 C (% Sausage I vlV#