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TiKsday, Feb. 22,1916.
A NSWERS... 11. By Cynthia Grey , __________! li.". . '■ ■ i! 1 ■'■■■? . n - _—-_■___■ Miss Grey maintains office hours each Wednes day from 11 a. m. to 4p. m. when she is pleased to meet any Times reader. On other days she replies to questions only by mail or through her column. Q. —I kept company with a girl off and on for two years, until about a year ago. I now learn from another party that she is engaged, and would like to know if it would be proper for me to send a wedding present, although I received no invi tation nor any word that a wedding is to take place? B. J. B. A.—l'nder Uie rircumstances, no gift Ir in owler. Q. —I did a great wrong to a good woman when I divorced my first wife and married again. I ran after this second woman for four years. Now ray own children won't speak to me, and of course I cannot blame them. One more thing I did. The in surance I had taken out to benefit my first wife and children I transferred to the second. She has no children, so some of my money may go to her relatives. Is there anything I can do to atone for this wrong? CONTRITE. A.—This letter tells Its own story. This man sees his error too late for reparation. Sorrow has left it_ mark too deeply on the heart of the injured wife to he erased. He may liave the insurance put back in her name. He may give iwoperty to his children, pro vided lie does not do another wrong by depriving the second wife of that which is legally hers. He may, in sorrow, confess to his family his regret over what he has done, and they may forgive lilin. Hut nothing can atone for the years that are lost, nor bring back the hap plnesN Which has gone with them Q. — Please give me the name of the vice president of the United States; also the names of the members of President Wil son's cablnt. OUT-OF-TOWN. A.—The vice president is Thomas Marshall; secretary of state, Robert lonising; secretary of the treasury, William (}• McAdoo; post - master genersi, \ I lien S. Burleson; —H'retary of l lie navy, Josephus Daniels; .secretary of the Interior, Franklin li. I.mie; secretary of agriculture, David F. Honston; secretary of commerce, William C. ltedl'ield; secretary of labor, William \\ llson. Q. —Is there any way to remove candle drippings from a Brussels rug without sending to the cleaner's? D. S. A.—Lay down wrapping paper over the soots and smooth with a warm Iron. (Vintlnue until the grease Is aliNorlied. AIiKAM IN SOAP BAD FOB THK HAIB Soap should be used very care fully, if you want to keep your bail looking its best. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. The best thing for steady use Is just ordinary mulsified cocoa nut oil (which is pure and greasele-s), and is better than the most expensive soap or •"»«' --thing else you can use. One or two teaspoonfuls cleanse the hair and scalp ottghly. Simply moisten the with water and rub it in. makes an abundance of creamy lather, which rinses easil\, removirvs every par of dust, dirt, dandruff and cesslve oil. The hair dries qi ly and evenly, and It leaves ■calp soft, and the hair fine ellky, bright, lustrous, fluffy easy to manage. You can get mulsified coco oil ot any pharmacy, it's cheap, and a few ounces will ply every member of the fa Cor months. "Advertisement. This Burroughs Q / <_r^\ _H___tf^^. ■ / <IBm__h. /-Tv*' <__■___ i____^_____ * _fi __#_*^^. __^i_lw_e__B._____Rßh A Burroughs Visible Adding Machine Fits All Lines of Business This Burroughs is designed especially to meet the need for a low-priced, easily-operat ed figuring machine. Retail merchants are using these machines right on the counter for adding cash and charge sales. Wholesalers, manufacturers and even bankers find many uses for this model. - You can't afford to do figure work by the slow, inaccurate mental method when you can get a Burroughs for $125 —and on easy terms, if desired —to do the work better and quicker. We haye recently established an agency in Tacoma and we will be pleased to have you call up our office and talk with us about the possibilities of applying a Burroughs to your work. Burroughs Adding Machine Company W. W. Cooley, Sales Manager Rooms 405 406 Tacoma Bldg., Tacoma, Washington. t *■■ i — ___i ■ —*~- Boarding House Fire Fatal to 5 NEW YORK, Feb. 22.—Five persons were killed early today when a fire swept a theatrical hoarding house at West 40th street. Four of them perished in their rooms. The fifth, an unidenti fied man, jumped from a fourth story window and landed on a fence. Quests of nearby hotels were Old Indian Chief In Movie Thrills Forgets Pow-Wow Skookum Movies. Old Chief Charles Satiacum, royal high potentate of the Du wamlsh Indians and the oldest In dian iv the northwest, came as a delegate to the third annual pow wow of the Northwestern Federa tion of American Indians yester day, and busted into the movie game, much to his satisfaction. Chief Satiacum is ips years old. He has grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He took his third wife in 183r>, just when the Indian wars were lia-d and the government appeased the Sound tribes by making many treaties with the red. men. Camera (.ot I lim. The Indians gathered yesterday for two days' pow-wow to object to the failure of the government to comply with these treaties. Chief Satiacum was one of the most enthusiastic objectioners. That is, he was until the Sells weekly man appeared with the camera. The old chief forgot justice, fish, clams aud his constituents near Reuton. The memory of Chief Seattle slipped from him, and he fell for the flicker game. Leaning* on his trusty cane, he posed first on one foot, then on the other, and would just as soon have gone on posing for hours if it hadn't been that there was im portant business to perform on the inside. More than 100 delegates of Police Raid Two Tacoma Lotteries Discovery of a large number cf Chinese lottery tickets in the pockets of a negro arrested Sat urday night, and the negro's ad mission to the police that he act ed as its agent, caused two raids of alleged Chinese lottery games lust night. Fifty thousand un used tickets were confiscated. The raids were conducted by a squad of four plain-clothes po licemen. Four Chinese were ar rested, charged with conducting lotteries. Kadi was released this morning on $000 cash hall. Port of Big System. W. L Doug and Ah Foo were rested in the merchandise and >thing store lof W. L. Dong & 113.. Broadway. Ah Ring and Willie Wong were rested in the Shanghai cafe, 28 llroadway. The police say that the opera es are connected with a huge tery sytem extending over the Rust Show Washington a Good Man I Members of the prosecuting at ■ney's office were of the opln \ today that Justice Graham uld not be compelled to preslds er the case of Paul R. Haffer, socialist charged with libeling George Washington, slated for trial tomorrow afternoon. Graham said he would not try the case In his court under any conditions. It is believed that the case to morrow will be more or less of a preliminary hearing, aud that Washington's memory will be either cleared or sullied in the superior court. P. L. Pendleton, attorney for Haffer, 1b busy today hunting up records and data that would give some information as to Washing ton's life. He was surprised at Justice Graham's statements re garding his refusal to try the case in a justice court. TO OVFBCOME BC_DDf__ Never mind how often you have tried and failed, you can stop burning, itching eczema quickly by applying a little zemo furnish ed by any druggist for 25c. Ex tra large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the moment zemo is ap plied. In a short time usually every trace of pimples, -black heads, rash, eczema, tetter and similar skin diseases will be re moved. For clearing the skin and making it vigorously healthy, zemo Is an exceptional remedy. It is not greasy, sticky or watery and it does not stain. When others fall It Is the one depend able treatment tor all skin trou bles. Zemo, Cleveland. | EMPRESS ™ H MATINS—IB WED. A SAT. ■ Krneet Wilkes Stock Go. Mm Presents ■ "READY MONEY" H It's Funny—lt'a Thrilling I Muperb Cast and Production I Prices: Matinees, 15c * 25c. ■ Night*, Iffc to BOc. at Pbona Main 804. THE TACOMXnMES Indian tribes from Oregon to the Canadian border gathered in the Odd Fellows' temple, while Chief Satiacum opened the session with a prayer in his native tongue, full of gutteral swishes, but fervent. President T. G. Bishop told of many members of Washington tribes who had not received tho allotment of lands granted them by the government, and of tho gradual usurpation of their re serves. He suggested the elec tion of a delegate to go to Wash ington, D. C, and insist that the Indian be given a square deal. Affidavits of living Indians who have suffered unjust treatment will be taken "personally before the commissioner of Indian af fairs. Another delegate to the pow wow was Chief Tahola 11. of the Qulnaults, who is more than 90 years old and nearly blind. He came to the meeting with his son, Bill Mason, who is acting chief of his tribe. George Q. Jack, high priest of the Shaker Indians of Gate., Wash., was another dele gate. Superintendent Wilson of the Cushman Indian school, said that the school should be enlarged, and spoke of a bill introduced in the house by Congressman John sou for 1100,000 to enlarge the institution. Col. Albert E. Joab offered his assistance to aid the Indians iv .their fight for justice. entire Pacific coast, and have moved their game from one re-, sort to another at various times When the negro agent for the lotteries admitted his connection with the games, the police started an investigation Which ended with an Interview with Prose cutor Remann yesterday after noon. Advises Raids. Remann advised the police! that they would be justified in raiding the alleged lotteries and ln making arrests wherever th'.yj found blank lottery tickets, reVj gardlesß of whether the gamoM were actually in operation or n it- The 50,000 lottery tickets are locked in a safe at police head quarters and will he used as evi dence when the case comes up for trial in Justice Graham's court. Other alleged lotteries ln Ta coma, run by Chinese, are mule, surveillance by the police today. TODAY'S BKAUTY HINT It is not necessary to shampoo quite so frequently If your hair is properly cleansed each time by use of a really good shampoo. The easiest to use and qulokest drying shampoo that we can recommend to our readers may be prepared very cheaply by dissolving a tea spoonful of canthrox, obtained from your druggist. In a cup of hot water. This rubbed Into the scalp creates a thick lather, sooth ing and cooling in its action, as well as very beneficial to scalp and hair. After rinsing, the scalp Is fresh and clean, while the hair dries quickly and evenly, develop ing a bright luster and a soft flufflness that makes it seem very heavy. ARREST ELOPERS Eloping in Seattle at noon yes terday, but taking the precaution of obtaining a marriage license and visiting a Seattle parsonage before departing, Herbert It. Carroll, 18 years old, and Miss Lillian L. Calkius, both of that city, were arrested ln a Broadway hotel, Tacoma, late last -night on a telegraphic demand from T. J. Carroll, Seattle jeweler, father of the bridegroom. The young couple had decided yesterday to break all barters and marry in spite of parental disapproval. When young Carroll left his father's jewelry store on Pi's* /street, he met Miss Calkins anil the two hurried for a license. Then they came to Tacoma. After the police had taken Cat roll and Ills bride into custody last night, both their parents 'came to Tacoma. "Come on home with me," laid the elder (—rroll to .he bey. "No, sir, I'm going to stay with my wife," replied the boy. After considerable argument, the boy consented to return to Seattle. Insisting that his bride accompany him. The party left police headquar ters at midnight. SUBS TORPEDO MUNITION SHIPS LONDON, Feb. 22.—Allied submarines pierced the Darda nelles and the Bosphorus laat Tuesday and torpedoed one tug and -six transports ladcned with munitions. OUCH! LAME BACK. RUB LUMBAGO OR BACKACHE AWAY Riili pain right out with small trial bottle of old ""St Jacob's Oil." Kidneys cause Backache? No! They have no nerves, therefore can not cause pain. Listen! Your backache is caused by lumbago, schilica or a strain, and the quickest relle( is soothing, pene trating "St. Jacob's Oil." Rub it right on your painful hack, and Instantly the soreness, stiffness and lameness disappears. Don't stay crippled! (Jet a small trial bottlo of "St. Jacobs OH" from your druggist aud limber up. A moment after It is applied you'll wonder what became of the back ache or lumbago pain. Rub old, honest "St. Jacobs OH" whenever you have sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism or sprains, as It is absolutely harmless and doe.n't burn the skin. Germans Capture I Trenches PARIS, Feb. 2 2.-Seven <!ei hian battalions have carried men thai! half a mile of the first line French trenches, also the second line of trenches in many points along the Hois-tiivenchy region, it Was officially admitted today. Counter attacks drove the in vaders from practically all sec tions o( the lines. The Germans lost heavily. Gas and artillery attacks preceded the charne. Cannon destroyed the first line of trenches at many points. After ward the Teutons used 1,000 men in successive attack- along tlie trout in a radies of less than a mile. Shrapnel, machine gun fir. •nd explosive shells from I lie yremh lines caused heavy lossc \n the ranks of the attackers. (i Fit MAN HI. PORT BKRI.IN, Feb. 22. The Ger mans have captured 800 yards of ■Trem-h trenches and :126 prison its east of Soucliez, it was offi cially announced today. T PASSENGER IS WARNED NKW YORK, Feb. 22. —Mrs. F. C. Hilton, one of the passen gers hooked to sail for Franre Thursday ou the French liner Bapagne, received an anonymous latter yesterday calling her at tention to Germany's new sub marine policy. The writer intimated it would be very dangerous for her to at tempt the trip- POULTRY TRUST MEN INDICTED NKW TOaX, Feb. 22.—Four men were indicted for murder by the grand jury yesterday ln con ned ion with the killing of Bar net Baff, poultry dealer, who was shot from au automobile. It is claimed Baff was shot on orders of the poultry trust. Al ONCE! STOPS STOMACH MISERY AND INDIGESTION Pape's Diapepsin' niakt's sit'k, sour gassy Stom achs feel fine. Do tome foods you eat hit back —taste good, but^work badly; ferment Into stubborn lumps and cause a siak, sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's Diapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and up set you. There never waa any thing so safely quick, so cer tainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disor dered you will get happy relief In five minutes, but what pleases you most Is that it strengthens and regulates your stomach so yon can sat your favorite foods without fear. Most remedies give you relief sometimes —they are slow, but not sure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is quick, positive and puts your Stomach in a healthy condition sit. the misery won't come back. HpTou feel different as soon as ♦Tape's Diapepsin" comes in con tact with the stomach —distress Jast vanishes —your stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belching, no eructations of undigested food, your head clears and you feel fine Go now, make the best Invest ment you ever made, by getting a large fltty-oent case of Pape's diapepsin from any drug store. Tou realize in five minutes now needless It is to suffer from In digestion, dyspepsia or any stom ach disorder. BUY THAT PIANO WOW MMMM MP'mA the Confusion and Disorder Come mm*^mw^mwM>\ ■> '"— a*^*** <>■>*•»• n»i' <>uy. r_______________l___l lllfllllll iiiiin.it He [ _________HH L*'f'«^^l 1 *ta<—|>""" ■" Ar_Rkta__ Bl'^'.TT^ __;_!_£»& _W_-___. M|AiNr.__ f>" R« l» "" STORY ■jji^^^^^^^BflVH^^^^^Hl B■■ KP «■____■ _i show* Q^E^^^^^^^^^^^B _^^^^^^^^E F- 11 1 B_l i mantled condlton ______H _____________P" *>|I II H new quarter* in fl| ifmM I "f Intild '■____—ll___v ** * __i I i_ /!^%*^< * «^_____________i «i ___*____ rlw__v * uiuduway .^ _ _. X- . _fS^^WP_WH '• i"-^l . From the above picture you can appreciate the difficulties under which we are laboring at present. New shipments are arriving. A large shipment was unloaded from the 8. 8. Congress yesterday. We can display only samples of the various makes and styles on the balcony. About another month will he required to complete the remodeling. Greatest Piano Bargains Ever 9~ __________ '-4-__dP_________________________________________l_f—B X _____■ I All $450 PianOS gO at. .$339 T i, is |,a lH l.onie It — tt Mil Claver Piano for— All $425 Pianos go at. .$296 think of it; om y mm All $400 Pianos go at. .$282 tf.ioik of pavmfnt All $390 PianOS PO at $268 u,H not so n,u<ll a "'atter of securing large payment. * . & J as it Is an object to us to get this stock out of the way. All $350 PianOS gO at. .$242 Ilrlng along Five Dollars and secure your choice. ah —_ i_ ■ .in,- .Montlllv payments of $(J or mora. All $325 Pianos go at. .$196 ; All $250 PianOS gO at. .$163 aaHBIIHF.H—Even M you do not feel just ready Second hand Uprights at $92 *22! :,nd Bee u8 a,,yway- We wi" l,e,p you Hll and upward. I NO REASONABLE CASH OFFER WILL BE REFUSED «' lra__^iP3_s__mi_i_^£f - QiicKLv -^^rl/w^ \^ mi~ *. _fS~" ______" ' v' Klil •^ ZJacomayNome Owned Music Store ' 91.. mmoAkVWAX, mm of misic hi n.ding 1 BROADWAY GETS A GLOVE STORE E. Peterson, proprietor of the Danish Glove Store, announced today that he will move his es tablishment tomorrow from the present quarters ln the Groas building to 112 2 Broadway, where he will share the store with the Tacoma Bootery. Yes, Swissco Will Grow Your Hair i.Aßii.'. iui\i. n<>rii.io wwmm "•lossy snd Cert as Silk." "Swlssco" removes dandruff, grows new hair, relieves Itching scalp ami restores color to »r«) or faded hale. "Swlssco" stops baldneim. bald spots, falling hair or scabby scalp, •ors scalp, brittle hair or any hair or scalp trouble. "Swlssco" 00c and fl.oo slsa bot tles are on sale, recommended and distributed In Tacoma by « rovtii Doia <'».. 11SS Paalfle Aye., all leading druggists and department store*. Take Noth— ■ bat •'«.«!•«.•■>." I .IKE _n_TTLB tHI l'«> Yon can have a large trial bottle of "Swlssco," all charges prepaid, by simply filling In your nams and address on dotted lines below and mailing to the Swissco Hair Treatment Co., 5027 P. O. Hquare, Cincinnati, Ohio, and enclosing to cents In silver or stamps to help pay cost of packing, postage, etc. Thous ands have been wonderfully benefited by the trial bottla alone. Name Street H. F. D City State Give fulf address, write plainly. This Offer Is flood far IS Dark To Probe Aviation WASHINGTON, 1). ('., Feb. 11. I —The senate yesterday reconi ■ended aa \mvmsU3tAkom of tha aliened iiiisnianagenicnt of the] government aviation school and apiiropriated $10.nun expenses Senator Robinson, who i.turteil the action, claims that out of 18 qualified flyers, 15 have lien Rilled because of Inefficient ma chines. Practically all of the of ficers of the corps never have had any experience with machines with bombs attached, he asserts. Pavoriti.m, inefficiency, in trigue and misrepresentation are some of the charges made against the officers of the school at San Diego, where the majority of the deaths occurred. PUYALLUP CLUB TO REORGANIZE PUYALLUP. Feb. I*—Tha Puyallup Commercial club will be completely reorganized uc cording to the lines recommend ed at the recent slate convention of commercial clubs. The bureau system will be used- LUMBERMEN WILL DISCUSS PLANS PORTLAND, Feb. 22.—Begin ning tomorrow, lumbermen from the entire northwest and many eastern points will hold a series of meetlnga under the auspices of the Western Retail Lumbermen's association. All phases of the re tail trade will be discussed. SUNSHINE BRINGS THIRST MEMORIES Liquor permits passed the .1 tury mark yesterday And reached the high booze record when Dep uty Auditor Doten issued 125 pink slips. He belioved the bright sunshine awakened mem ories and led the thirsty ones to the county's bar. PAOJI FIVE CUT OUT THOSE FLASHY COLORS WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 22 —An appeal win be made to the Unerican public to content tbem- I solves with Fabrics of the slmpleit j colors because of the shortige [of dyes, It wis announced yeater j day by the department of com i merce. Carry Stomach Joy In Your Vestpocket Crown llriig Cn. Han Such Faith iv This Byepapeta Itemed) Tliat They <—-r.ii.tee It. One of the greatest successes ln the sale of medicine has been .entered by Ml-o-na, the standard iyspepsla remedy, and its sale is increasing so rapidly that Grown Drug Co. the popular druggists, has hard work to keep a stock on band. It Is very popular with bankers, ministers, lawyers and .there whoso business or profes sions keeps them closely confined, whllo those who have brought on Indigestion through Irregular eat ing, worry, or other causes, have found relief ln this reliable rem edy. Mi-o-na comes in tablet form and Is sold In a metal box espe cially designed for convenience in carrying the medicine In the pock et or purae. It is pleasant to take, gives quick relief and should help any oase, no matter or lew ions a standing. This remedy has been ao uniformly successful that Crown Drug Co. will in future sell Mi-o-na under a positive guarantee / to refund the money If It should' ntot prove entirely satisfactory. No other dyspepsia medicine ever I had a large enough percentage of cures so that It could be sold In this manner. A guarantee like this speaks volumes for the merit of the remedy. There is no time like the pree ent to do a thing that ought ao he done, (f any oee has dyspep* sta, today is the beet time ts> _•» gin curing M-