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Jfridafc atwuh 10,1916.
We Cash fi| ~J^ Sr^Wl We Un Your Pay |K^ 1^(0 Ol 1 ffiKfo K_fl l^ifOT* dersell Checks m®Jl JLw&Jr JM# V& Them Grand Opening Sale of the Bargain Store Millinery Section New Trimmed Hats $1.69 f* LABBY NEW medium sailors V \" 1 ;iikl turbans satin and li<'iii|ir*/ i^k\! / */§/\l/i- \_ combinations all lump antl ally JuRM \JmMlJz} \ sa,m Hat-. They rome in bla<-k/ ('r4-4?*Sk \ and a lull and i*oni])lcte range "Ij fcW'wr \ \UgP*«lj J tin* fashionable colors. They arel js&}% 1 I -isj I handsonitdy Irinuned with ril)l)t»ns,\ Jmi IJLh J \ /\^# I flowers, and new fancies come see \ ?Vw- r^y A IV Nw\ /J, what wonderful Trimmed Hats X \\J/^'^ /I t\ \\i fl y*T you can buy un the stb <fc-| i>fl t V \Xl\ y*» \<Ll^ Bargain Floor for ' Wonderful Untrimmed Hats 89c Handsome, new, up-to-the-minute hemps in medium sailors and turbans in black and all QQ« the popular Spring colorings—come take your choice of the lot tomorrow at 03C And Flowers at 19c and 29c Beautiful Flowers so sensationally low priced that they are bound to make the sth Bargain Floor Millinery Section the headquarters for every woman who trims her own Hat —new crushed Rosea American Beauty Rosea with moss stems—wreaths —new gold and silver flowers and combination foliage with rose buds —gather around tomorrow 1 Q#» snd OQ« and take your pick of the beauties at I Jl» and L «jC Women's Suits That Can't Be Beat no more $14.95 N0 LESS fAVE YOU SEEN TH KM YET \ If yon haven't there is a mighty pleasant surprise coining to —if yon have about nine chaiii-es out of ten yon c bought one already or plan to do so pretty n •/ I A tv ii. Why not tomorrowf Ye have just one price for the Suits sold in this ion $14.f>o —no more and no less—and there is such Suit value anywhere in this vicinity for the .money. They come in hair line stripes, in plain •»S • * AT A serges, in black and white checks, in gabardines, in wool poplins, and in repps. All the smart t\ It's. All the handsome colors of the season. Ivery suit is tailored in Khodes shape-retaining ays which adds Immeasurably to their wearing iinlities. Yon can't find the equal of these hand >ine Suits anywhere in tf*-| A Qf ie city for .'. tylt.yD Smart Sport Coats at $5.95 Up The Bargain Floor is headquarters for inexpensive Sport Coats—good styles galore in all the season's fashionable colors, including the mucli wanted plain blues and checks in a variety of shades. Albo handsome Sport Coats or black taffeta. Exceptional OQ OC vflltteK at .*->.t>.->. $«.»."». $H»."V and FYTRA New Silk Dresses qTn 19 nwTV (> lmvo JUR* (>P(>lll'd UP ■ handsome mj i ,,.,,»,„ , MM Ot the new styles in Silk Dresses 36-inrh full bleached Muslin — nice " and sheer and splendidly suitable for M>r rlpl'lUg Uowns and Underwear—short lengths Handsome Silk Poplin Dresses at $6.95 only—on sale Saturday HI- ftjlk OI'PC Dl't'SSeS, extra ValllCS, $9.95 9to 12 only, yard Ui!l» , , . J, , ,„ m i i \r _-.. CUM, (No Phone Orders m mis item.) Fashionable J atteta and Mcssaline hllk — 1 Dresses at $12.95. Wonderful Special Purchase of Women's White Corduroy Skirts, to Sell at $3.45, $3.95 & $4.95 -—nth Bargain Floor. WEEK END GROCERY SALE Best Pure Cane Fruit Sugar Saturday Special 10-lb. Sack 72c-25-lb. Sack $1.80 cho?cf?afe?c?k?s°?ss S ort- RHODESA COFFEE GRAND OPENING ed frostings. on sale Oftg SPECIAL 29c LB. NEW Su7fam aoViBp a umpkiuPieson Combined by an expert so MEAT MARKET sale Saturday 1Q- that the flavor coffees and Fancy fat Hens, OS at each |oC the body coffees are in Just lb dl* ' (None Delivered) th» rlKht proportions; roast- Choice Leg of OC* Fine Rhubarb Pies, made ed to the right point of de- Lamb, lb t%>\s from fresh California spring Hclousness; sold at the low- Prime Rib Roast OC. rhubarb, Saturday l%t\ n ■* possible margin of profit; boned and rolled, lb. _ttJO pr l ced cI)C there are more cups of real Choice Beef Pot IC. >r__m ■ mmnifivi' rai T dellclousness to the pound of Roast, lb (Uu To AfJ: Esa°ck«(: oSaU.r^ |j£ "hodesa Blend Coffee than Fancy Rump 10, day aDecial IOC y°u can expect to brew for Roast, lb IOU twa Tha '-—-* ' Vft'tiirrtßv the same cost In another eof- Our famous Meat Loaf, beef s Tal Ao7 To hu e r l^'grade"tfi £• Every Saturday for over and veal, IBc lb, « -Japan Gunpowder Young Ml-* special , emade" Sausage/ ' nift Hyson, Oolong, Ceylon and pounu •••■•••:•„,„„ , h ' /l|C %£s£■^R^Sf'ffi WV^cSSSSHS^ BAKING' POWDER-R^ wmMMfnr SI .00 Ghlrardelli's famous brand— special brand—a pure cream COCOA—Comes in bTlk only Saturday special, 1-I*. O/)- of tartar powder, Sat- Oft -ab^lute.y pSrs; <fil cans 30ci 3"lb- Cana' "fIUC Ur"ay 8"cC-' Ca"B J3C Saturday special, lb.._LlC «——.^—— SODA—Arm and Hammer . BROADWAY BALKS BOOTH E Brand—l-lb. packages, Sat <"""-■ 15c Oranges 32c, 3 Doz. 95c LAST DAY OF UR buYSJR was fortunate in being able to secure 50 FOLGER COFFEE " cases ol those same large sweet, Juicy California Navel WEEK Oranges that made such a big hit with last Saturday's pa -1 ""or this week only (last day trons. You'll want at least a dozen —maybe three or QC« morrow) Folger's Golden more, old price, DOZEN 32c; THREE DOZEN for. . .iJJw <3ate Coffee on special sale — .*"«'__■ — . -. — . ■ Mb ran* . ok« And Some Rousing Grocery Specials SSjSI r«n« -»r CORN—Fancy Maine stW« FANCY- ASPARAGUS or AS «>rclal 10C Sugar Corn, this sale, can PARAGUS TlPS—this sale 'P^"U ° lie; DOZEN *1 OK TWO CANS 4Bc; $9 RA CANS for -Il.tD DOZEN CANS for..•#£iOU TANCY EVAPORATED _ , TnV a ne , M „,„- .. STANDARD TOMATOES — PEACHES, Sfcturday special J?,™!. L. =*?!?-5* this sale THREE CANS for r RPO. raM. 30c N-^o'r 2?c ™™°™ Ssc fANCY LOCAL CREAMERY sais, lwuror a.vv MINCKD CLAMB — highest /tUTTER—pure, fresh and STANDARD CORN, this sale, quality, this sals, f| QA - iwset, Saturday sp^ nQ THREE CANS 4C. can lie; DOZEN. .# I lOU rial, pound JOL lor L\t\i xiao a number of other [ COTTOLENE —the universal PINEAPPLE—Fancy sliced splendid Grocery bargains ' shortening, Saturday snecinl. Pineapple, No. 2V4 cans, this that we won't tase space tv _Jmur° Milt fl.«M>; asdlum gale, can 18c; #1 RA irentlon her* —come see for His «4«; ' QA- DOZEN CANS for..* I i\l</ yourself. |W* U,P*"» W*C —UroMlwar -Mm Booth ■ F^OBB j f£ fan-in* ffgrUhjUM I STOEE THE TACOMA TIMES Six Months Is Most Profitable Age at Whibh to Kill Hogs, Says Brown Farmer llrown feeding li is pigs, soon to become parcel |io_,t imckages. (Continued From Page One.) thuß becomes a source of profit to the cattle department. And tlie hogs are charged up with it in figuring their cost of produc tion. The bones and offal and vege table waste from the packing plant is charged up as food to the chicken department at ;i cents a pound -stuff which Brown would have to buy at $40 a ton for his WIVES BOYCOTT SUGAR CINCINNATI, 0.. Mareli 10. —The housewives have declared a boycott on sugar. The boycott was declared yeslcrday by the Na tional Co-operative league and eonimtinii aiions were sent out to all branches and women's societies urgim. co-operatton. It is claimed tlie housewives use !>o per cent of the sugar consumed in the IJ, S., and they object to paying the out-of-tlie-question prices which have been reached today. DEMANDING 8-HOUR DAY CHICAGO, March 10. —The vote of -1110,1100 engineers, firemen and trainmen of U, S. railroads was overwhelmingly in favor ot authorizing union leaders to negotiate with the railroads for M eight-hour day, it was annonured today. The trainmen also are demanding time and a half for overtime The demands "ill be pre sented to the railroads in a few days, and they will be given .10 days In which to answer. ASK •DRY' PROSECUTOR SKATTLK, March lO.—To bring about a more rigid enforcement of the prohibition law, Mayor QUI proposed Thursday that tlie Anti- Saloon league appoint a special progenitor to handle law violations, tho city to make an appropriation lor the prosecutor's salary. Mayor Gill outlined ills view* in a letter t^George I ".Conger, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon league. APOLOGIZE TO AMERICAN LONDON, March 10.—Accused in ■ newspaper article of betray ing British military secrets gained through his intimacy with Vis count French, former commander of the Hritish army in France, George Gordon Moore, an American, ol Detroit, won a libel suit yes terday against tlie publishers of the Manchester Evening Chronicle. French was a witness. The publishers apologized. WOMENFnON-PARTISANS The state-wide campaign for non-uartisam-hip elections called out an attack from Mrs. Clara Burleigh of Seattle last night at tlie! first annual banquet of tbe Pierce County Women's Republican club in the new Y. \V. C. A* quarters. She declared the general tendency of women toward non-partisanship is the greatest danger to women in politics and urged tier hearers to atand by the Q, O, P. Of course, attacks were made, too, on the democratic administration. PLAN A '•MOUNTAIN DAY' "Mountain Day" for Tacomans was ths plan hit upon by the pub licity tourists and conventions bureau of the new Commercial club yesterday in its campaign to advertise the mountain. On this day it is planned to take to the mountain a large number of Tacomans who have never bad a close-up acquaintance with it. Another committee will arrange for a "Mount Tacoma Booklet Distribution Day." Delightfully Sincere and Pure Is Teg o' My Heart' Oliver Morosco's delightful comedy, "Peg o' My Heart," which makes its farewell appear ance at the Tacoma Sunday and Monday, proves conclusively that tehater-goers will still laugh most heartily and sincerely at humor which is not course and risque. As a breaker of theatri cal records, "Peg" has no equals. Florence Martin who heads the company, played the title role for one solid year at the Cort thea ter, Boston, and six months at the Lyric theater, Philadelphia. All of which shows that a simple story, directly and simply told, is more potent than any plot deal ing with the everlasting triangle, sex problems and the child labor themes. Mr. Morosco has given the play a lavish mounting and supplied an excellent cast of play ers, most of whom supported Miss Martin during her memorable en gagement. SURE WAY TO GET RID OF DANDRUFF There Is one sure way that never falls to remove dandruff and that Is to dissolve It. This destroys It entirely. To do this, lust get about four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid-arvon; ap ply It at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the soalp and rub It ln gently with the finger tips. By morning, most It not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dleaolve and en tirely destroy every single sign and trace ol it, no matter how much <landr» ff jrou, may haxa- You will lied, too. that all tteh lag land digging of the atalp will •toot taatantly, aad yxmr hair will be /flatty, last roes, gteear, ellhy and soft, and look aad ml * poultry. Accurate tab is kept on all these transactions by the man agers, the items being figured into coal jiiHt as they are in big Indust rial establishments. Always Thinking. Ami yet, so simply is tllls done, that there is scarcely a record in evidence at the farm office. The farm isn't "book heavy." Farmer Brown never quits ■■Michael," the famous dog that plays such an Important role In "l>g o* My Heart." at the Ta coma Sunday and Monday. SENDS $30,000 TO CONSCIENCE FUND WASHINGTON. D. C, March 10.—A check for $30,000 was re ceived yesterday by the treasury department's conscience fund. The letter, which canie from New York, said the sender had paid the government $80,000 in all. JjUEY MAKES SHORT FORK 07 WBDESER thinking. He doesn't know when he's had enough. Next thing he's going to try to run all the machinery on his place by arte sian well power. He's eyen got time to feed and protect the wild song and game birds on liis place because they are valuable pest destroyers and a decided asset ill liis scheme of success. (To lie Continued.) You'll Find It Here T I -J SAYS THK t.lltl. ON Till. FILM The girl who | lived in tlie "good old days" was also pes tered by lectures j on how much better girls were in the good old er lays, I Spanish government seizes ill | wheat stocks antl will resell it at fail prices. President Wilson is entertain ed tor 10 minute* by quartet of | negro singers from Firke univer sity, Nashville, Term. 11. X- Cortor, for cleaning. IM Fidelity bldg. Main SSSS. adv. Senate pas*es over bill to ap propriate |3,ets,dot to equip Bremerton navy yard to build j battleships. Bee Dr. G. Ilrmin, 812 Natl itealty bldg., for nil kln^ of atom- ' •eh and nervous disorders. adv j (ierinaii liMikouls iv advanced i posts wear new armor coated steel helmets. For indigestion our hi-nlili bread. DiH'iiwald's, 111- Broadway, "adv." (.ei man. says she'll not make peace without compensation to Turkey. McLean the contract mover, lialn IBSO. adv. Republicans in congress organ ize tor 191 0 campaign. Diamond Rings. 95 to $■"><> Pfaff, Jeweler, 1147 BrCwy. adv. Mrs. Anna Hootli on trial at McMinnvllle, Ore., for murder of ber husband. Try our He Dinner, from 11 a. in. to 7:!i0 p. in i.m liangi- I mi. li Room, 701) liroadway. adv. Peter Marino is lined 910 for speeding. Cut flower* and floral work. illn-, florist, s.. 7tb and K. adv Creeks in Kittitas valley flood ed and big part of Kllensburg un der water. N. P. tracks washed out. Ilerry N>x machine may dis place many women workers in bix-making factories. Logging engine runs Into car loaded with dynamite at Doty, Wash. I ngi.-n ing-. of l.eorge Wash ington adorn walls of four Taco ma superior court rooms. Gov. Lister replies to ex-Gov. Hay's attack concerning financial management of state. COMMERCIAL RINDF.RY A PRINTING CO. Main 417- adv. Discover 200 sticks of dyna mite In box labeled "household goods" at G. N. freight sheds in Seattle, leads to arrest of P. L. McGulre, rancher. Darn Dance Saturday. Camp bell's hall. adv. Salary of Police Judge <<lere of Centralis la reduced from $20 to li a a month at his own request. A lbs. smelt*, 9ftc; oysters itOc pint. Central Flab Co.. 1144 Pac. Arthur Koran aad Joha Woilw skl, both id, arrested for steal- ,^^_^_ SOMETHING SKW KVWRY DA j Till;, UISV 81 ORE ON PACIFIC A\ ENL'K. Mens Suit Special $12.50 g. Don't Walt Too Imam If You Wlhli to fif/V?' 1// A Share in Thii. offer. riv _/C?\i'A This Is a urem savins Every model is O^ »'* .'/\"\ correct and pultern haiidsoiup. These ft *} ;'.' / X^) Suits of cassiinere, worsteds and mix- ZJ - •"'•.']__jj\ yC** / tures. iiu hiding browns, grays and pin yfc /_^V^9@V stripes, have no equal at tills price. Cor- [ '.\' '.""'■/zti^f reel foresight is tbe secret of success. 1 :\.'c' __f/,,/^ We therefore uriti you to size up tliese i*.lv*TJtJs SuitH—look at them while the assort- k'A ■ '■'"J nient is at its best Remember that J/i'tivT prices on woolens are going up. Hut #I. Y''■'•-J I here Ih v savint, Htyle and CIO CO jl V'V M * wear ut the special price of. *^ itiJu ß l B^M_______* Sty leplus Clothes $17 l.el a Tailor Tell Inn How Much This Suit Oiiklil lo t'o.st. People marvel how it can be dour for $17. If you were to take the Suit without tlie laliel to an expert indue you would net ■ startliiiK answer as to tlie actual worth, Let us show you the high quality all wool fabrics, distinctive workman ship, faultless style of these wonderful QIT xfiti Suits at $ I I iUu Boys' Suits at $3,95 Made in tlie latest Norfolk model, In stripe checks and salt and pepper affects; these suits have an extra pair of full lined pants which assures double wear; OQ DC sizes 0 to 1 T years *4"Jiwil r^Q Boys' Wear ( jk Test Suits at fIP "" $495 "" *! t\ ?fl| /! These Suits aio what has built up for c|fjfe§jyj /us the large I po|iiilur priced Hoys' ' QmH ,/ Shop in Taconia 'I'bej an- madi c*jJßa^ n '--1 fu rlrfl New / IM pin stripes, checks, inivil cloths and IV^^vJfc r..n 1... i. - Stni'. wool blue serges "■■J|o. T^M ire in The coats are made in various jPIf?J new Norfolk styles, each suit has an jf J/a.V*^ extra pair pants, full lined, tapeil bh^j^hw mill rein forced at ali points of wear. SAVE THE BABIES! How to feed young cbildr '■ — that Is, to include those who have passed their first birthday is one of the big lessons I'ncle Sam wants to drive home to mothers in tlie national bahy week cam paign now in progress in all parts of the country. Here are succinct pointers on this subject that all mothers should know: From 12 to Ll Months. Accustom the child to drink from cup and take food from a spoon. BREAKFAST -Cup of cow's Puyallup celebrate* nnli<nal | baby week with program today. lnter-rounty rher Improve ment board meets today. Viking Hair Tonic. Why stay bald? Box 10, Tacoma. "adv." ItIIITIIH Born to Mr. and Mrs. Itnre Yo slrttomo, 1142 Market st, March 4, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Walllck, 5121 No. Pearl st, March 6, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Francis F. Cushman, No. 3 9th and Proctor ate., March 5, hoy; Mr. and Mrs. John It. Smith, 2901 No. llth St., Msrch 7, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Hu bert C. IJddenberg. 3611 No Verde at, Feb. 20, boy; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Anderson, Bast View Heights, March 5, hoy; Mr. and Mrs. Pallce Rodman, 2831 No. 33d St., Feb. 37, boy; Mr. and VLTti C. W. Jonea, 5209 Nok Per kins St., March 7, boy; Mr. and Mra. Joe. B. Warren, Roj, Foh. PAGE THSIH. Uncle Sam Directs Feeding of Children Over One Year Old milk, ■ saucer of oatmeal or bar ley flour jelly, with milk, or cream of wheal with milk. The oatmeal jelly is Bade by putting two thirds of a cup of rolled oats and i teaspoonful of sail into :t cups of boiling water, l.et boil 2 min ute.'*, thin conk over hoi water 4 hours. Strain. What goea through is oatmeal jelly, and may be kept In a cool place- Make fresh supply every day. Milk may he warmed to suit taste; it should not be Iced, DINNER—Broth or betf juice, bread a day old; milk. SUPPER—Bread or fruit fol lowed by milk. Water may lie given as desired, hut not at meals. IH Months to 2 Years. BREAKFAST — Cereal ami milk, (up of milk. Dread a day, old and butter. LUNCH —Cup of milk with bread and butter or simple crack* ers, on Indian-meal johnny eakea and milk, or corn bread and milk, DINNER liroth with I. .iled rice or barley, or eggs, soft boiled or poacher, baked or mashed |K> latoes with butter and salt, bread and butter. Two to Three Tears. Additions to diet must be grad ually made by selecting otln r ar ticles always aiming to give small portions at first, and never trying (wo new articles at one meal. All food must be finely cut or masbed ( and well chewed. YOUR FRECKLES Need Attention in March or Faro May Stay Covered. Now is the time to take special rare of the complexion if you wish It to look well the rest of the year. The March winds have a strong tendency to bring out freckles that may stay all Summer unless removed. Now is tho time to use othlne—double Rtrength. This prescription for the re moval of freckles was written by a prominent physician and ia usually so successful that it la sold by druggists under guarantee to refund the money if it fails. Get an ounce of othlne— double ! strength, and even a few applica tions should show a wonderful Improvement, nut of the saseiVer f rack lea awew vkAkdttig