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BHOI TINU l_M-k OF TALC MA The Problem of Smart Clothes at __£_X Moderate Cost Answered in These 12, SPRING SUITS AT /AIM $19.50 and $25 \. —A woman can choose from large a—ortments at either price, / novelty styles and conservative tailor made styles, all with some /I '/ / distinctive style feature. // / —Materials and tailoring of a high churacter— in fact suits that // i /-^ /\\ uny woman can wear with pleasure and confidence. Bp&rT^^iH'jdnm —Mention of a few styles from the many on display— I | \ —AT Sit). .Mi—A suit of shepherd check, the jacket made / // I \ with flare below the belt and fastened to the chin with / // I 1 liiittons and small loops, trimmed with red silk piping / //. ,1 \ and high collar. / ii/ \ I 1 —*T •••_• —Another suit of shepherd check, the jacket /Jk \ having v belt in front and collar of blue silk. The skirt iw/J \ i \ with pockets on each side. L*\Cj' \ \ — tit HMS.IMI—A gabardine suit in reseda green, the jacket K*7i \ \"\ buttoned to the chin and trimmed with wide band of black jTy **•* '•'|-'"_r'K —AT AMkmt —Serge suit ln navy blue, with pleated flare If "JV \ k below a braid glrdie, trimmed with wide band of black M / _ A silk around tho bottom. / _s^' —A '""i"l"'' ot st\le_ of bluik taffeta silk suits are shown. " ** at *_.->. mi. New New Tub Silk Waists at Aprons *p__uDl/—3>«s.*/J> -l.very Housewife villi I* In- __ -~ln *4* ot ,th? ,u*£*" .i._ i. .. i-„ ... ______■ advance in materla's we are teres.edln tlie s ...«in R ol ' frnt^k able to show just as good val „ew aprons 9t MM*4 ■»» . V;.TI „es as forme.ly t.n.l the styles styles of evccllent materlnls. . \^Zf *»* -kM»l_.| than over. —Kill! length I'ilncess Aprons, l^_r_- AT **** i,rP Wai*,s '"' (,e|,e lame seini-lltlcd sleeveless rto ('hinH' " lbu,l,i * luy satln Myles with tW« ISIM pockets, _*__»! BU\_^S *,ri,m ,"1' >Mk '" __-**•• ivor _ -t 5 0t . /y/fflwiMm l_l\lF**ir) f'''sli and ins.i_e, variously with A_f UN-lull _llW^/y>7 scalloped front opening, tuck, —Large, roomy Ilungnlow v^TO w\lllill llll___^: pleated, embroidered, lace Aprons with side front fasten- \\Vok /rlrlw'■/^^ v trimmed and high-low collars. ing and loose adjustable belt, "\JSS-Al''?! fyf. Q Al #:».»- —WalsM of crepe de contrasting plain hand trim- \ \\Vv\2 chine in broken plaid effects, tuing', at H.V 0 *Q/w\\ V I -Y\^ ,n |link' lilv<l,l,|pl'- blue i<nJ L /fill l\\ \ \\\ black, with hemstitched seams. —Slipover 1t....g..|..w Aprons ,U \\ \V \ -others of beautiful quality with adjustable belt, ..est J,\ \\ «l\,\ plain white crepe de thine In lastenliig. contrast.* plain various stMes. limiiil trimming, nt «"'c —Itiingnlow Aprons of stand- f^Wy^ . ~-d 1 -^v—i 7-_^ ,ni irenaio in aii colors, «t Beautiful Spring Showing 3®r*j?v\WW%S *"" ■■■■■•■■ :- ■; of New &MTT Xl ilf —Iliiiiynli'M Aprons of kimkl 'J -^1 I Jy| liei-cale in nil colors at. .Ml « ■ • 4W\ * *\ '■ U*" ■"■ f\ U — \..« s f„r nurses ami , - LOIOHI3 IDFi-D^ _ _€S V\ \ «£ M resses. inaile of hem v ninslln. __. , ._i ij. __ ftV ' reversible, wllli laqp po( Uet —Just arrived, fresh and cliariulng, •« r—__— <v on each side; rounded bib with suggesting delightful possibilities "W 1 WW. ! ,'W straps; extra value X.V lor spring decorating. Artistic de- «jV ' «'«_■'• signs that are found only in the I •^iXlj ,^ —t ..ti.ige sets, a pleies, made famous Colonial wea\*?s, including— J 1 Rly . jrsj n ot Anioskeag Olnjcha—, in all W G (X, S?*S fe% ft" colors; sizes to 4« In. Imst Sllkollnes. t'hintz, ("retoiino, So^i* Wfl; B ineiiMiie. ill $!.:<» Talftta, Velnur, Xoveltj licking ■ %j_ — |-rt'iile cottage scls, jacket, and Tapestry. |A_W_3!_ i•"*> ©\ skin and cup, ol good jiercale, ... *Cb_— EiA **■*" V' , « )V —Prices range, yard 13c, 2..c, 39c, JJKJJaV^"S- ; _. :i»c. Mb, «.v. • _-_-—- Scraps of Paper? Oh, We U. S'ers Have Them Too! By Jack Jungmeyer. We, too, have our "scraps of paper." But our brazen disregard of Indian treaties h.'» had neither distance nor war drama to lend it horrible enchantment. And so, whenever the patient, swindled red men have asked I'ncle Sam to prove he's not a bunco man, we've smiled or yawned. Meantime, however, the Indian has learned the lesson of collect ive and political action. In this state they have formed the Northwestern Federation of Indians, embracing 19 tribes and bands. Voters und Taxpayers They are determined, once for •11, to compel government con sideration for some 3000 mem bers of these tribes, pledged but never fulfilled ln the treaty of 1865 at Point No Point. Tired of the old "Oreat White father" bunk, these Intelligent, industrious, respected Indians are going to make their demands upon congerss, through their representatives there. (ft We Are In the Market for First Class Mortgages or Improved City Real Estate. (^lnquiries Invited sflfl 1 Tacoma Savings Bank & Trust Co. ■ Pacific Aye. at llth St. I 4% ON SAVINGS. "Yes, OUR REPRESENTA TIVES," said President. Thomas A. Bishop, a Clallam, of the fed eration, "for many of us are cit izen voters. "AND 83 PER CENT OF THE INDIANS IN THIS STATE ARE TAXPAYERS. To Hammer st Door* "Those of us who live outsiik' j reservations are not only work ing for our own Just interests, but for the reservation families whose claims huve not been prop erly settled and whose tongues are tied because they are wards." An Indian delegate has been named to go to the national cap ital, "to hammer at the doors of congress until they are opened." Thousands of white friends in Tacoma and throughout the Northwest are sending letters to thoir congressmen asking favor able action in behalf of the Clal laiiis, Juniml, Tulalip, Stigwam lsh, Qtilnaulclt, Comlitz, Puyal lup. and other tribes. Wait Half Century At the convention here this week the Indian delegates wore the clothes of civilization and conducted the proceedings ln good English. There were no feathers, no paint, no savage hocus-pocus. These men are all educated na tives who work in saw mills, on the farm, in the woods or have a business of their own. Mostly they are young men, not worrying about themselves, concerned only to secure fulfill ment of treaty rights to the old, the almost blind, the destitute, cheated members of their tribes who have waited half a century for Ju-tlce. Chief Offers Prayer Two aged chiefs, Charlie Satia cum of the Duwamlsh, and Ta hola 11, a Qulnsuielt, one KiS, the other HI, listened Intently to the younger tribesmen. They had waited long to get what had been pledged them, alien settlers, growing rich on fat acres, had been given the lands the Indians ceded on faith ln I'ncle Sam's word of compensa tion. The patriarchs understood lit tle about this strange talk of congress, resolutions and courts. But once Satiacum arose and (ItM'vcrod « prayer of his fathers before the hushed assembly. After 61 years of bitter wait ing, his voice still rang with hope. Makes Whites I ncomfortable. Then followed Charlie Alexis, a Indian young orator, and Philip Howell, an author and stu dent of tribal developments who 12 years ago was an utter savage. They spoke of conquests and broken vows of "scraps of paper." The whites who heard them felt uncomfortable—guilty. If these young Indians, feder ated to aid their suffering and wronged families, can make con gress feel that sense of guilt their cause Is won, and old Satia cum may yet eat the fish and sweet berrlOß of his ancient home site before he dies'. DECREES MAN IS MASTER OF HOME NEW YORK, Feb. 23.—Jus tice llotchkiss In the supreme court yesterday upheld Ihe an cient theory that man was master of his home and refused Mrs. Bea trice Finklesteln a separation from Nathan Finklesteln. The Justice aald she ahould love, honor and obey, anil sent bar home to try again. THE TJMOHA TIMES Vancouver, <B. C. Girl May Become Lfedy Kensingtor »s— ■ " - - __. In her "home town," Vancouver, B. C, she Is remembered as I "Marion Martin, the girl with the fine voice" —the world knows her as a famous grand opera singer, member of the Metropolitan Grand (Opera company-—Louise Edvlaa. As the wife of Hon. Cecil Edward .she may succeed to the title, Lady Kensington. Personal - and - Social Society joined in mnklng the dedication of Tacoma's new Blks Temple a huge success last night, by turning out en masse for the most brilliant formal ball ever held in this city. The ball was held In the mag nificent cream-and-whlte ball room of the new temple, and bo great was the crowd that It over flowed into the gymnasium, where another orchestra was provided, and to the balcony -and mezzanine floor. Everyone was ln evening attire; everyone was flushed and excited with the bril liancy of the affulr; and every one had the time of his life. With two orchestras in the lower part of the building, and a double-dance continuing there from It until 11:30, the Elks held a reception on the main club floor and ;i mimical program in the lodg. room. Punch and light refreshments were served. Among the honored guests were Governor and Mrs. Lister, and grand officers of the Elkß lodge. The Society ol Spiritual Truth will hold a meeting at 8 p. ni tonight at Improvement club hall, 35th and Pacific ay. All are welcome. A Colonial ball will be given by the Homesteaders' society this evening in the new Spenver hall ln Sumner. Everybody invited. Colonial cost times not required. Crowe's orchestra will furnish the miisi». Tacoma was well represented at the district lottge meeting of Good Templars held in Seattle yesterday. The meeting repre sented joint districts 4 and 16, comprising Pierce, King, Snoho mish and Skagit counties. It was attended by 125 delegates and a college of 31 took the district lodge degree. Ex-Mayor Cotterill of Seattle, member of the Inter national Good Templars, spoke. The delegates representing I—untless lodge of Tacoma, were George Abbott, J. Frank Barnes, Mr. and J_,rs. C.. E. Mtickler and Hnrvey Tenberthy. The next dis trict lodge meeting will be held at Kent. Memliers of the Delta Gamma alumnae of Taeoma will be en tertained tomorrow afternoon by Mrs. Paul Savidge, 2124 North Steele st. The Central W. C. T. V. will hold mcmoriul services for Frances Wlllsrd tomorrow at '2 o'clock at headquarters, 1002 8a llth st. Rev. R. J. Reld, of the Mason M. E. church, will preach. Miss Erledn Malloy of \\ sill a Walla, is a guest of her mother. Mrs. Angus McDougal, at «h* Bonneville. Tl»e Woman's Aid society tf the First Congregational church met today ln the church parlors! Lunch was served at noon. A. P. Powetaon will give the first of a series of lectures Feb. 29 at the home of Mrs. William A. Bull In the Rutland apart ments. Memliers of the Collegiate Alumnae will be entertained at a tea Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wllllard Morse, 207 Park Heights, instead of with Mrs. Wflllam McCresr*. aa mm vlously planned. Mrs. I. 0t ICici.l entertained members of the Tacoma chapter, O. E. 8., at cards today at her home on No. Baltimore St. Mrs. Krank Allyn will open her h'/me on No. X st. next week to the French club. A musical program will be offered. The Arequtpn clnl. wim enter tained Monday afternoon by Mrs. (leorge Hastings. The program was a Washington affair. The table decorations were In red, white and blue. The Ladies' Musical club's program yesterday afternoon proved an interesting affair. Harry Krinkle of Seattle, gave a talk on music of the modern French school, illustrating by pi ano groups. Chaplain George E. T. Steven son, of the battleship Colorado, win lecture Friday night at 8 o'clock in the V. M. C. A. His Cigar Doesn't Taste Right And Vet It Is the Same He Wn .smoking With So Much Relish Alter Dinner, laust Night, Out ol the Very Same Box, Too." Every smoker lias experienced this peculiar condition of the stomach and liver, the result usually of imperfect digestion of food. And the blame Is usually not put where it belongs. Such men are usually high liv ers, hard workers mentally, liv ing under high pressure and high draught, and It doesn't take a great deal to disorder the stomach or render the liver torpid. They should make it a practice to use the tried and reliable Stuart. Dyspepsia Tablets, that will aid Nature and take care of the sudden attacks of indigestion. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets digest food where the stomach can't. Brain workers can rely on Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. All druggists carry them in 50-cer.t boxes, or get a free trial package by mailing below coupon at once. FKEE TRIAL COUPON I". A. Stuart Co-. _VI Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich., send me at once a free trial package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Name Street City State (Ommk mfr^vESYOumiNEv-'i/K^^A ». 1 he. 110016 Of PtAQtFIC AVENUE AND COMMERCE AT 15™ sf) || P_ The Old Store Crowded Every Minute During Our Last Days Here-The Dept. Manager's Cleanup Ends THE BIG REMOVAL SALE Ask for Your Copy of the February Sperry Magazine 111 Clean Up jgj Dresses at 58c That's the statement of Mr. Smith, manager of the women's and children's ITndermuslins, Aprons, Dresses, etc. He secured a large number of a special price, and earlier this month sold them for more money. New garments will soon be arriving. These are in gingham and percale; all sizes to 46 bust. Some were worth to $1.25; some were 89c. All CO odd garments go in one lot now. Choice in this assortment at wUu Girls' Serge Dresses, well made Girls' Bloomers of black sateen, and good styles, tastefully the 23c grade _*><•. 9fl« __k AAW. trimmed ages S to 14 years; the ;isc ones JUb _r**fl AWMm regular $.48 to $4.48 values. Women's House Dresses nnd _^C Cleanup oft Aft Wrappers that formerly sold at __£ *_ v /\_ price $-.i.O $1.49 to $1.98. In the 04 ftf /ftfrOT. W _$£_S<\ Same sizes In girls' Serg- Cleanup Bale at $ I ■_. I ff/)\uy\mA/ J§_iy™\i Dresses, formerly $2.48 and Women's bungalow Apronß, //MujiUcaf^t- f_^///M\ $2.98, 0 4 3ft well made, good quality per- c>> ]jf~|ffi r ',_r%j.^?r'l at *9 I i*rO cales, full cut and fast colors. /7 /l|M\\Ti Girls' Bungalow Aprons, of Special now hhrtAi n 111 lim ///////ll fllr/ good quality gingham. OOe* at H*TCr/V /[lll _11\\ ll M■* r Special now at OJO Little Girls' Percale Aprons, lllll'l'ilr"»(fl!ll'/ P/fl*** _ Women's Breakfast Suits, con- formerly sold at 25c. AA 111 1' .1 ll llil I ill if _\ slsting of Middy Blouse, Skirt Now selling at _UO llliillll I IIV II and Cap; formerly $1.25 and Children's I .ay Suits of dur- J|||llllliK-J ''i IrK $1.29; now Q0« able denim, regular RQo n llllllllWl! I ill i"ill" I lor JUb 7,"c values at U'Uu / * WlWlllW 'nivi \'\\| I—l F Combination Suits — Corset Women's .Kimonos of figured, /] m\\\\\lW llmlllll IllY ( Cover and Drawers —of good fleeced materials, formerly sold jlilttlui lutil* quality muslin, mostly small for up to $1.75, but some are w, il_A sizes; somewhat table rumpled, slightly soiled and others have 'is Tl >y While they last, QKn tarried too long To dis- 7Q- Ac selling at 03b pose of them quickly lOb DOZENS AND DOZENS OK BABfIAIMI WHEHE THE IXITH ARK TOO SMAIJL, TO ADVER TISE. EVKHY CORSET IX THE HOI SK REDI'CED. GREAT BARGAINS IN UNRKHMI'S- JiINS. "Goodbye to the Dinnerware" cw^| ___> __C3__ l can't have as much room as I want when I get ln AA^"** '^fcff^ I—_f/'^__:__r th<> new Btore —but l won't have to find a place for rffV^£^Tv^7s^.)4^*^ "_==^§ fs_» _l_ these diniicr sets," says Mr. Wllholt. So he's tak yfls- "yJ-fcf-^S fl-flßi—ff^. IP? I|lK tne <2_P'ece Bet» ,hat formerly sold at $4 48 r^^<lt,^Pi "'"' ,narklu X tnem 9H.OS. —and tlllß in spJte of the ,act thttt good cll,naware /'"T^Njsffe^r _>_^--/_^^J!^____ X ,s aecldedl > higher if you're buying now. Then the fc« p^_?A ____. *789 42piece Be,B are *«•*»*. the $6.25 ones #l.ti_, B^*^—_P the $5.00 ones $4.48, and the $3.98 Oft QQ 7- *V »e,s are only $_.■ JO 50 PIECE SETS SILVER SETS $3.90 1847 SILVERWARE These are all fine quality 26-plece set of plated silver- n ,. __ _ — - _ . seml-porcelaln, In large as- ware , containing six knives, °ld C°,o"y 0r VinUge pat" sortment of shapes and dec- , . . . . . A terns ln the famous Rogers' orations. Come in and pick six Torus, six ea> n tea ana „.„.-„_„, ..._ one out tomorrow. table "poone, one butter 1847 grade tableware re- The $16.50 grade at $1 1.*♦.., knife, one sugar shell; pack- duced as follows: the $12.50 quality $9.H7, ed ln oak chest; come in Hollow-handled Knives and the $10.89 ©(j Oft embossed design. Very spe- Forks, regular $10.50 the °"es fWWd clal at, Oft ftft . X . — _ -_ Similar reductions on open each $UiOU ■"• "** " 57,88 stock dinnerware. Save on 2(M _ eh ge , Ban)e a ._.,. t . •«* __.._ _, _ „ .„- .. v mnm, In Colonial design: in »*.50 Soup Spoons, set «3.SM .i_-.n_ linvi.vn oak clleßt= "K u>ar I^.oo $4.25 Dessert Spoons, $'M 9 TAMSc_«w-Sw AI,D ™l ue- Golng 55.85 MBO Tab,e SpoOD8 ',s:w Cut glass, useful and orna- All other pieces ln this ware mental articles, including Kitchen and bathroom Mir- similar reductions to close celery trays, sugars and rors. size 12x2(. inches; 75c children's knife, fork and creamers, fern dishes, turn- values, 40c; size 10x17 ' biers, etc.; $13.50 values inches, r.Oc value, 83c, and spoon acts; regular 50c val sß.7r», down to 50c 00#» Bxlo inches, 35c 17«, ties, 40c values, 36c 1C p values Ctlie value, at II O and 25c values I wis Tissue Paper Towels, very absorb- 30-Hour Alarm Clocks, with re ent, 150 in a roll, cost less than peating alarm, excellent time laundry, regular price, _m keepers, nice appear- d* * Qr% 36c a roll, i **C ance, reg. $2.50 val. V> J. «70 ALUMINUMWARE _^*—^v ALUMINUMWARE A large shipment Just received— \ Berlin Kettles, 8-quart aise, with and the values are phenomenal, _^_^^fc_^^__ J cover: regular 04 CQ because we bought at a low price Mm%J *I'Rr' value VliOU aud won't move it. Cast alumi- M W 6 .uart size, $1.60 value, f1.:!.. iniin Tea Kettle, good size, reg-- ■ 4-quart size, $1.30 value, $1.10 lar $4 00 value. 00 QQ IB Double Boilers, 3-quart size; reg- Special $-iOU ■ ular $1.40 04 <0 12-quart Stock Pots, $2.50 values, ■ ■ This sale *9 I. I«J 82.12 V m 4-quart size, $1.59 value, fi.;i. --10 quart size, $2 00 value, $1.70 m Glazed Stone Salt Boxes, good 8-(|iiart size. »I.Tr, value, $1.11 size; regular 2«c AAe* I^-qt. Dish Pans, $2.85 val., $1.85 values. Special l*fO BOY PATRIOTS GIVE OPERETTA Boys of St. Leo's academy gave a patriotic operetta of Revolution ary days last night in the acad emy auditorium. Among those who took part were James Peder gast, Ben Harklns, Dorman Ln- Bounty, Louis Isaacs, Leo Welsh HONEYMOON TO ALASKA ON SCOW OLYMPIA, Feb. 23. —Robert Allen and wife, newlyweds of this city, are going to Alaska for their honeymoon on a scow. Allen has built a comfortable apartment aboard and a machine shop. He will repair fishing boats In the north for a living, Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1016. LIKENS GEORGE TO MOUNTAIN RANGE George Washington was Itk.n ed to a great mountain range and a lone p«ak in all Its grandeur last night by Dr. J. A. LaGasa .>( the banquet of the district *m> sembly of the Knights of Co« lumbus at the Tacoma hotel.