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Wednesday, Oct. 25,1916.
What's Wrong With Marriage? 18e£2s2& &S2X&J2 BY WINONA WILCOX — (Copyrighted, 1916, by the Newspaper Enterprise Association.) When ■ unman goes to te&cllitig Mood, she expects to draw her salai\ and give a fair return in professional service. When a man "makes money" he ex pectl to exchange some satisfactory equivalent tot WINONA WIMOX Nature really cares nothing at all whether husbands aud wives are happy or wretched. She ■Imply insists on the continuance of the race. When a man marries, he sel dom makes any demand on the girl of his choice. But he lays the world, his world, all that he lias, all that he is or hopes to be at her feet. And she takes him. Perhaps with a less evident show of joy than when she takes his colitaire. And she never mentions what she owes him in exchange, what she is expected to pay. In most pie-marriage conversa tions man's end of the burg.iin is as hopelessly overlooked as if man himself were not a part of na ture's original Intention. He is never informed as to whether his future wife is willing to bear his children, or whether she is going to assume maternity as a woman's crowning glory, or endure it as «. martyrdom. Nevertheless, girls who many nowadays know more aliout ma ternity than their mother* did as brides. They could speak intelli gently, scientifically decorously —if they would. Llut they will not. Kugenics lias been taught in the Rchools lons enough to destroy Home wicked old-time j>rucllhli ness. But books on sex have not stopped the making of divorce rec ords. Books on psychology have likewise (felted, Books on eco nomics covering woman's new In dependence work no improve ment. Biology does not tell the whole tale. For I'jicli MMVtagt In an individual problem—one only to •><■ discussed between (lie 1 unties who lire contracting with nnturc lor the survival of (lie rare. (ilrls are, at present, in spite of their reticence, very much more wholesomely educated than boys. In fact, marriage Is too much treated as if it were entirely a woman's problem. But man is a creature easily trained and always exceedingly proud of the education which he GLASSES MY LEADER Glasses I for jjj rhla Ik my fnmoun Duplex l.m». rii<in»ninl« "I liiioiiih .11 1 y .up. nltl ri'i-miiiiii-n.l ilii-iii FKEK (KJl'lilST KXAMINA TION Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Spc-i l.ilKl Tow I.m-Mrd In My N*w, Modera MM DR O. J. RUST Graduate Oculist 812-14 i inri.u v in i><; OPEN SATURDAY KVKMNGS Fr*t KtiunlnnHuii. But when a man and woman marry, they gen erally expect to "take the cash and let the credit go." Marriage is the one human institution in which peo ple fancy they are going to get a great deal for noth ing. Marriage was developed as a protection for the child. Many persons undertake it in complete indif ference or in positive defiance of the purpose tor which it was intended. And THAT is what's the matter with marriage, Prospective spouses give lots of fime to discuss ing the wedding procession and to planning the wed ding journey. Hut never a plan do they make con cerning the coming of their child. "Paternity" and "maternity" are words un known in the pre-nupt ial vocabulary. And yvi they betray the purpose — absolutely the only one—which Dame Naiure had when she .set the lovers adrift on Love's seven shining seas. Kquirw, If his education as a father | were undertaken earlier, if lie were compelled to discuss the re- HponKlliilllipß of paternity before his wedding day, considerably less would be "the matter with mar riage." While all discussion of parent hood by engaged persons is taboo, while convention backed hy vari ous kinds of censorship demands that the bride, and the groom is nore the purpose for which they wed, for so long a time men and women- yea, and their children, too— must pay in sorrow for their silly silence. (The ne\t irtirle will tell of a r>o-50 plan that must bo pursued.) Here and Elsewhere The political yarn put forth by republican office holders at Olympia charging the Industrial insurance commission with a vague $, r)(H),000 "shortage" Is stoutly denied by all three mem bers of the com mission. I".' iti-li remove name of lVtiiv leiim Products Co., San Fran cisco, from blacklist. Cut fl.nMTn and floral wort. mn/. florist. So. 7th and K. ad* Dr. V U lirovt'ii has organized first aid class of Co at Stadium high. Threp-story colonial house built by (ieorge Washington on Hayfield farm, Virginia, was de stroyed by fire Tuesday. Agates polished and mounted. dreen stamps. Pfaff, 1147 Broad- Car flhortage will cost fruit growers in Spokane valley $300, --000 if not remedied shortly. City will demonstrate excel lence of its lighting service by In stalling fine new diffused light system in finance and treasurer's offices. COMMERCIAL BINDERY A I'ltlNTl. v CO. Main 417. adv. N. P. railway will build branch line from Laurel, Mont., 33 miles to Lake Basin district. Illinois commission hniiKc buys shipment of corn from (would you believe It?) Argentine. Nine popular styles of pens at 90c per gross. Walter Berg Sta tionery Co. adv. First Presbyterian church established a weekly non-sectar ian llible class under direction of (ieorge W. Hunter of Los Angeles Bible institute. Hoqiiinm |.n-|.;iu- to entertain on Saturday 150 logging opera tors of Pacific coast. Sm h a pleasure to eat a( Ducn ild's, 1112 Broadway. adv. "Purity," film drama, too strong for Chehalls, and now that town, too, will have censorship board. Capt. A. C. Stream, well known shipping master, dies at Hoqulam. Died In Tnconta: Kdgar E. Ehrhare, 43; funeral to be held at Vancouver, Wash.; Eric W. Kngelholm, 61. I'imenil of Franklin I'nan at 2 o'clock Wednesday from 111 Park Heights. Rom to Mr. and Mm. Lewis Thomas, county hospital, Oct. 13, >',iil; Mr. and Mis. Arthur J. Kirch, 1016 South 19th, Oct. 16, boy. TWIN TO THK CIjAHHIFIKD WANT ADS OX PAOK 7 FOR IHMi.ls HKK I 1 M.I BKVEN. Aked Wars On War That an organization of nations against war will be perfected (during the present ■MMratiOß, was the declaration of Or. Charles K. Aked, former member of the Ford peace expedition, at the First Congregational church Tuesday evening. "There are substantial disagreements concerning the war," said Dr. Aked, "and America should lead the way in finding some ■better method of settling international disputes. We of America | do nothing because we have arrived at the conclusion that we can do nothing. The position of the lulled States in this war Is not wholly satisfactory to any of us. There has been no greatness in our let*, ■imply the acceptance of the futility of effort that there always has been war and always will be." Frame Up Schedules The schcJi.l.s of the Pacific Steamship Co., which will take over the operation of the Pacific Alaska Navigation Co.'h and Pacific Coast Steamship Co.'s fleets Nov. I, provides lor sailings Mondays, IFridajTi and Saturdays from the Sound for San Francisco, the Sat urday steamers calling at Victoria, B. C From Sun Francisco south, six boats will sail every week, the Thursday, Saturday and Monday Bailings being through to San Ptagß and the others to San Pedro. Northbound sailings from San Francisco will lie Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, the Thursday boat calling at Victoria. Still After Hughes S|iccli«l to The Times-. MKW YORK, Oct. 2">.—Chairman McCormlck of the democratic national committee nave out the following itatemant tonight In reply ito the telegram of William ft, McDonald, to Chairman Willcox: "The propagandists and the republicans are simply trying to becloud the issue. Candidate Hughes held with O'l.eary and his aggregation what whs to them a sati:sfa< lory conference, while President Wilson publicly repudiated O'l.eary and his kind. This is the issue." Sale Day In Valley PUYALLUP. Oct. 2fi.—Among unexpected articles listed on the first "Sale Day," held Wednesday on the fair grounds, were the building and lot of the Homo restaurant, 110 Main avenue south west, an automobile, several horm. and bittWttD 4.'> and M head of rattle. The "Sale Day" has been inaugurated liy a committee, from the Commercial club and the. Merchants' asaoiiatifm, and If success ful, will be held monthly at the start. Form Arts Society The new Kine Arts society banquet at the Woman's data boWM Tuesday evening was attended by 40 members. Charles Bedford gave an exhibition of slides photographed In colors. .Mrs. Paul Til mont announced that it is expected to secure a collection of paint ings by w»ll-known American artists for exhibition in January. Dr. F. W. Southworth, H. R Cox and Mrs Cox ipoka briefly, and Miss Ethel Leach gave a group of piano numbers Mrs. E. L. Hiberly presided. No Job For Teddy Henry Mcßride, republican candidate for governor, will speak at the Tacoina theater Wednesday evening. He promises to discuss the democratic administration. , W. D. Askren, speaking at Eatonvllle Tuesday evening, announced that he proposed to "bring to bar the greatest enemy of our national life, the democratic party." Ex-Mayor W. W. Seymour will preside at the Mcßrlde meeting, and Thomas P. Revelle of Seattle will speak briefly. One Thing You Cannot Be queath to Your Boys and Girls IS YOUR JUDGMENT AND EXPERIENCE Without it what will they do with the property you leave? The sure and certain way is to ap point this company your executor and they can then have the benefit of the experience and busi ness judgment of a board of bank directors in whom you have confidence. Tacoma Saving? Bank & Trust Co. llth and Pacific Aye. i • ■ • j Read the Classified Ads On Page 7. | adv. THE TACOMA TIMES. G. A. R. LEADER PRAISES WILSON ADMINISTRATION I Nr»%|i'i|>< Lr lim i rl-r Akkix'liii limi> WASHINGTON, 1). C, 0.1. IS. — Bvary (i. A. K. veteran in the United Statin ouch a debt Of nrat ltudc to I lie administration of Prealdenl \\llnou, in the. opinion of l*Ol John Me Kirov, life-long re ]iulilii«iii, for :<L* years editor of tiif National Tribune, official na tional organ of the (Iland Army of ilif Republic. Col. Ueßlrojr, blUMlf | soldier and officer in the Civil war, de deiiaios President Wilson's ad ministration linn sot a Ml stand •ii ii of Justice and fuiriH ss in dealing with old M'lilii .■ mid their dependents. However Much <-». A. R, vcter- Me— most of whom are repuhli omm dliagiee with the demo crat* on the tariff and oilier j strictly i-.-i 111.-.in lesMa, McElroyl any* they oai have notluiiK Imt , uriii^o tor tlm way in wliieh tlifir JiflaiiH hftVe lippii liandli'tl by the \\'11m)I1 .m| hi , 'ij'.i i ,in. i "I llU\t> l'< 111 IIMkcU ll> 1 lil l'O|iiil)lic!iii iintionHl ■ oiiiinit tff (o |ii> "» •''•" Ktlllll|> for lluklivs," MiCliiiy suit], u-n lie IM al liis ilcsk In the old Mar-tlnu' luiililiiiK »t lour teenlli .mil I Wttk He riiimntm*')! lor a mo incut ainoiiK a pile of |Hi|M krs on kit .1.-l, .mil pulled mil a latter. "I've lviii thinking ii o\ei. Some way—hlilioiikli I'm it ri-|inlilii an and aluays hare ln'<-ii <im> —>i tloesn't si em to me just rluhi for mo to uel into the ii hi against Wilson. 'For iv o old Holdiers owe a dobt of gratitude: to the WiiKon nd-i nlnlst ration. The new widow's pOBIIOD law roinew inort 1 liea' ly doinu justice by the wives and dii" udentl of old soldiers than any Other pension lav, ever psateda 8 Features at Pantages PtntftgM iH this week offering a breezy and well varied Mil with eight features. OklMO, the Kng llsli novelty Juggler, is a strong favorite. Herbert Lloyd itnd his "Peaches in Pawn" present a mu siciil travesty. Ward and Fayo are two boys whose clever comedy and finished eccentric dancing make them one of the hits of the bill. Neal Ahel Is always popular with his souks end stories. The Four Renneo Sinters are seen in an elaborately costumed singing and dancing of fering in five scenes. Regianni and Vogliottl, Euro pean opera stars with excellent voices, are a pleasing feature, and the cycling of Minnie Kaufman wins big applause. The eighth episode of "The Crimson Stain" 1b the motion picture feature. AVIATOR TAUGHT CHINESE TO FLY; COMES BACK HOME (I nllril I'rraa 1 -il )Vlre.) SKATTI-E, Oct. 25.—After ad entnre in the Orient Michael lawman, American aviator who ras hunted and honored by Chi ne <■ fnctlMis, Is here toduy ou his whj to San Francisco. He Hays he taught Chinese rev olutionists how to fly, and a price I f s ' ..nun was placed on bis head y rival factions. He has a batch i f gold medals for service render i d there. 11AKKK OOMM HACK i I iilled I'rm I.r«»<-.| \\ i r ,-.i HOCK ISLAND, 111., Oct. It.— "I have no intention of resigning iiK a p'suit of the agitation now on in the patriotic order circles in Washington," Secretary of War Baker said here today In regard to criticism of his comparison of Colonial troops to Mexican ban dits. "It Is a characteristic and po litical misrepresentation of what I said. I may have some reply to make to the charge in my speech tihs evening." COL JOHN MCELROV —I'lioto liy Harris A I mm "Then, too, Commissioner Siiltz labor, who was appointed haad of the peimion bureau bjp Preeldent Wilton, has boon dm of iho moat efficient pension cotnmlitlonen We ever had. The olliie wai never handled heller than it has been under his direction. "Postmaster (jeneral Ilnrleson, in the, name of efficiency, h»s forced MVOial old Holdiers out of plaeei they hail hecn holding w»t lafaetorUy under other iiilininis trations. Hut 1 hold that agatßSt Ilnrleson himself, not against tho administration. For in the war, navy, treasury anil other depart ments, and in the public printing office, G. A. R. veterans have been treated with fairness and consideration. COUNTY MAY GET AGRICULTURIST Tlip county eommiaaioiMra ra> pert to decide Wednesday wheth er they will employ diaries A. Cole, of I.ewiston, Idaho, as I'oimty agriculturist. DANDRUFF GOES! HAIR GETS THICK WAVY, BEAUTIFUL Save your twirl Double its beauty in a few mo ments. Try this! Hair stops coming out and every particle of dan druff disappears. Try as you will, after an appli cation of Danderin*, you can not find a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not Itch, but what will please you mo»t, will be after a few weeks' use, when you see new hair, fine and down at first—yes—but real ly new hair—growing all over the scalp. A little Danderlne immediately doubles the beauty of your hair No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderlne and care fully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect Is immediate and amaz ing—your hair will be light, fluff) and wavy, and have an appear ance of abundance; an incompar able luster, softness and luxuri ance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. Get a 25-cent bottle of Knowl ton'i Danderlne from any drug «tore or toilet counter, and prove that your hair it ai pretty and ■oft as any—that It has been neglected or Injured by careless treatment— that 1* alt. Danderlne Is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sun shine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots. Invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilarat ing, stimulating and life-produc ing properties cause the hair to grow long, strong and beantlful ■owßmnfl m kvkhy i»av _ TIIK 111 S\ MOOI OX MMWM AVKNI'K Women's & Children's Fall Underwear Discriminating shoppers will note at once the superior yarns and finish of these popular gar ments we wish to bring to your notice.. ..,„. Women's [/ A f$J iiK'dliiin \\.ii;lil. lira) linr 'ill Br I'liilsh ti1. 1'. .11 inn. ill J f/Eh HI *B ul two Nlylt's—lilkli lie I-. E^flai '^Bi^S^ IvSJnflr ItillK -l«'ir, nlil.lr IcilKlll \ NON SHRINKING Wool Union Suits Women* KHriiM'iils cil' (Mroliillj vclci led slock, si.miv Hlirnnk ill ilii' i l.iili. made nnil< ■ |MTl'<'<t sanitary < "minion*. I ho-i- Snlls hk' neatly liuislnd. anil will n|i|.cjil at MM to your icbw of <|iinliM . style Itiittli uetk, I'lliow sleeve, iinl.lo length. Two grades, all re^nlai' Oi 7C M At .si/.ew, |mt suit y I ■ I J and ybifcw CHIDREN'S AND MISSES' Union Suits Nnii-sliHnlial>le wool Kiirineuts, mn<le or i.ii<-inll> srlivinl ymiis; shaped and si/ed ix'i'l'iM'tly fur all aK**s; the -nne lilk'l eIMH us the women's KHnnenls. All sizes 2 to II; m.idi- I• L*f■ i nerk, Ioiil; hl<e\c. ankle h h^ili. Qr A 4 QC I 11. til aeeoi'dln^ to hI/.c Owu and v ' »'O Children's Underwear, Separate Garments Cotton NliliH. l»raweis and I'anls, 0K(» Ql>n |k i garment £.OK> to WWW Mixed Wool Shirt*., DHWHI C|]. 0C« Qi OC and I'ants. per uai inenl wwu OwC to v >' 13 Dr. Eddy Here Sunday Kloatinn tallies and chairs, slate wiitinir, supernatural visions and other apirituallttlo niunircvtatlons .ire prODllied by Dr. Kddy, niodiuni, who will «i\e an open seance at tile Ta< onia theater Sun day night, Me says he will Hive the MKBCt in lull IIkIiI, unil will ■übmil to any reasonable test to satisfy the ikepticml, WOMEN'S LEAGUE HEARS FLETCHER The Women's Woodrow Wilson [ndependtlti league paxo ■ lunch eon at Dewey's Tuesday, Mrs. Cal vin .1. SUtwurt pieslded. Tlie speakers were H. A. .McLean and John I). Fletcher. A larßO crowd attended. CANT OBT CAPLAS .II'KV LOS AN.CKLKS, Oct. -'• Al tlionuli 27 taleHmon have bMI ex amined by the attorneys for both Hides in the second trial of Duviil Ciiplan for murder in connection with Mm Tinn's disaster, not one has yet lieen chosen iicinianently. ' ' A'lll>;lliiin una;|iiii ' / ||||| ||||| || PL BSE IlillllßlllliiiiiiMilß T A CB f±GE THREE. AKItOI'I.WKS |\ IJATTI.K BBRLIN, via wlicleHs to Say ville, 1.. 1., Oct. k.. —A scorn of Qerman and alltH aeroplanes en ■mß«d In I battle off the Flan ders coast yesterday aflernoon. one (Hietny plant lieinn shot down and the nlliei> driv.ii off, it was Officially announced this after noon. llvpnli-ril Ar\l " i^V Walrh \iljiiH<r<l Bjo »~^,?litio To Krr|i » s -- 4 M