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THR TACOMA TTMBS- Member of t*e Bcrtppa Marthirei.t LeaffM •f ttrwmpaoaaa the Kt**v>p« Katerpriee A_mam___am anj the Unite* Pv— tieni-lamas. Entered at the Poatufu< c. Taronea. Waaa.. a* »»o eM-elaaa mailer. Pub tubed by the Tacoma Time* Publlehiu* Co. every •venla-f except Bun-lay. Ret*-.—By nail, .a cents a month: II a yer: by carrier hi e!tr. tl •Mate a month. Telephone, aftl department^ Mala 11. office*. Tltae* Building, 111 Pacific avenue. They All Pay A Cleveland jury a few days ago acquitted one ttlmer Hupp, the shooting apex of an "eternal triangle." the dead apex being a drummer named Joyce, the female apex Mrs. Ethel Hupp, who, ac cording to her husband, himself, had previouly served as an apex and who now is to be sued for divorce. Study any of these "eternal triangles*' that are finished in blood, and, every time, you'll dicover a fool at each apex. There's Joyce, the fool who breaks up another's home. He could make a home of his own, with a true woman in it. There's Kthel Hupp, who risks home, happiness and reputation to please a fellow low-down enough to betray a friend. There's husband Hupp who, be lieving that, years ago, his wife was an apex, and, after warning Joyce, gets the "red rage" and kills, when all not habitual fools know that an untrue wife isn't worth the life of any man. Oh yes! as usual, in the center of this triangle win isc apexes are shame and whose lines are blood, is a child. Betrayed by both parents! Joyce being dead, father being a killer, mother being smeared with shameful exposure, we hear mucii aUiiit "for the sake of the child." She is the everlasting, innocent, suffering d emonstration of the folly of the three fools. At her was aimed Joyce's villainy, mother's faithlessness and father's pistol. The siiperb, concentrated folly of it al is appreciat ed only after the explosion of the "triangle." We intend no criticism of the Joyce jury in sug gesting that it might have been well to put him away, by himself, in quiet and peace, for a time, that he 1 night calmly study folly, in the abstract and in the concrete. Society, which finally indirectly pays much of the cost of "triangles," is to be somewhat considered. Certainly, "red rage" in folks who continue to live ■with untrue wives, or husbands either, should not be permitted to become epidemic. We must con serve all the gunpowder possible for other use. We've been having I -..into We-ek and ue Imve l»e*en l»egglng folk tit eat potatoes so the big supply on hand won't spoil. We haven't ■hi.li . ..uii.l.m . in the scheme*. The hc-st way to induce people to mat potatoes Is to rmtee Ue prices and tlien auoucs there is a abort age. Regulate Them On March 20 will go into effect one of the most important orders yet issued by the president. On that date, all corporations or individuals engaged in importing, making, storing or distributing fertilizer or fertilizer ingredients must take out a federal license and come under regulation by the depart ment of agriculture. The government has got to close down on any thing that smacks of extortion in prices of ferti lizer. There has been such extortion, in the prices of sodium and eftlcinm nitrates, particularly, and it is upon these ingredients that success of nearly all the war gardens, especially, depends. Over-priced fertilizers and seeds in our war gardens can very easily mean hiss instead of gain, in the final analysis, and in the high cost of ferti lizer the professional fanner has a mighty strong excuse for the de luxe prices he is demanding for his products. The administration hasn't hesitated to put a prioe on the farmor's winter wheat. Tt should train its guns on the stuff that makes winter wheat and which the farmer has to buy. Tenant* in a N'«-x» York apartment honse tendered a trote of thanks to the JanHor beeaune their flat* were warm one day last week. May lie ti_m lv.ii*.' »m on fire. Certainly! You Understand You re member reading some weeks ago that the tenderhearted John D. Rockefeller was supplying his less fortunate neighbors with roalt What about it? Oh, nothing, except that it has now come out that John was charging them the current price for coal. Which, announces one of his secretaries, he did to protect the coal dealers. The time tar making Income tea returns having been ex tended to April 1, everybody who had e\|* < led to make his K.b. OS has pustpu-nid MM tiU Match 80, the :tlst ensuing on Sunday. Our Helpful Suggestion "Don't send candy; the space is needed for am munition," writes a soldier from over yonder. If, howerer, yon feel that you must send candy, send bomb-bombs. Before tin tarn _a maatt it is hoped the kaisar will be just a JltMc law ____________w__t _m Mb V—**J. Ksas— City Star. Thartday, March 14, 1915.-THE TAOOMA TIM KB—Page Four. Outbursts of Everett True BY CONDO. ANSWERS BY CYNTHIA GREY Dear Mlas Gr»y: I wleh to know how boys become pages in Washington. lam 15 years old and will soon graduate tram the eighth grade. I think it would be good work for me. Positions as pace*** in congress .* ohtuinwl Uirn rertiinnimtdalion congressmen. Mont of I hem are der fhnn you are, but yon can am the requirement* by writing < 'ongrcssman Johnson. Dea.r Miss Grey: When serv ing at dinner, should the meat, potatoes, and gravy be pot upon the plate, and each one help himself to Hie vegeta/bten; or should. jOBt Che meat be nerved by the host? F. B. As a general rule, the host serves only tine meat and potatoes. The (gravy is passed to caret* guest. Other vegetables surh as corn, pea*, beans, carrots, etc., are serv ed as side dishes by the hastes* or ■.miie Hieiiilwr of the f iniily. Dear Mias Grey: I am a young man of 19 and hare been going with aglrl for almost five months. I think the world of tier and would go thru anything to please and protect her. I have been taking her to dances and eihe asked me to in troduce her, and her s'eters who always came along, to my boy friends. 1 introduced her to one of my friend* who was a very good dancer. The second t+me she chanced unite a few dance* wHfc him, and he took her to lunch, which was served at a counter in the hall. Then I left with the rent of our crowd and went up town. When I came back, she was sit ting on a beach with him and did not pay any attention to us at all. This made me angry, and she apologized on the way home. She even told her mother about HOW TO JUDGE A WOMAN BY HER HAIR There 1* real common sense in just noticing whether the hair is well kept to judge of a woman's neatness, or good taste. If you are one of the few who try to make the most of your hair, re member that It Is not advisable to wash the hair with any cleanser made for all purposes, but always use some good shampoo. You can enjoy the very best by getting some Canthrox from your drug gist, dissolve a teaspoonful In a cup of hot water. This makes a full cup of shampoo liquid, enough so It Is easy to apply it to all the hair Instead of just the top of the head. Dandrslf, excess oil, and dirt are dissolved and entirely dis appear. Yonr hair will be so fluffy that it will look much heav ier than It Is. Its luster and soft ness will also delight you, while the stimulated scalp gains th' health which Insures hair growth. "Advertisement." PAULHAMUS MILK Phone Main 7V*m —.MMMMM_———— —_, It and her mother told ber she was in rim wrong. Now, what shall I do? Should I forget about her, or keep on going with her as tho nothing hiad happened? WORRIED. Yon were wrong, too, when you went away from the danoe and left ilie girl yon luwt esrorteri. In., wrongs never make one riglit. Since your friend has apologiK ed for her conduct, if you enjoy lier . om-.aii.v. iuml she, yours, I see no reason why you should discon tinue the acquaintance. Dear Miss Grey: lam com ing to you with this question because I can't get anyone else to answer it. I am of Portuguese descent. I was born In the Hawaiian islands in 19 00, two years after we got possession of them. What I want to know is, am I an American citizen? Some say I am, others, not. I. W. You are an American citizen. Dear Mtea Grey:: I am to be married soon and will have four bridesmaids. Please suggest an appropriate gift for each of them? . NAN. A bar pin, lavoller, ring, or bracelet, or any small piece id jewelry would be appropriate. If you feel yon cannot afford these you may give each some suuUl per sonal gift. _ScK\lo,f^r.\ Tribe of Ben llnr will entertain Thursday evening at Fraternity hall with cardes and dancing. All friends and members are invited. Friday evening the Taenia lodge of Elks will entertain their friends and members at an Inform al dancing party at their club house. Open house will be kept for the enlisted men and officers from Camp Lewis. Frank B. Cole was tlie honor guest at a dinner of the Fine Arts club last Tuesday evening at the Woman's clubhouse. Mr. Cole Is the new president of the organiza tion. An Interesting and clever program wa.; given and an inform al reception held later. Over-tlie-Teartips club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. T. Blakney, 2524 North Washington - street. M-rs. John Clay will assist the hostess. A rehearsal of the rhorns willed will sing the cantaita, "Erl King's Daughter." has been called for S o'clock Thursday evening at the Elks' temple. i'lie Tacoma Business Woman's club meets Thursday evening at the Woman's cluMiouse. Business and matters In reference to mem bership will he discussed. Mrs. John Si-i.it, who has been visiting in California tor the past five weeks will return to her home next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Itaillie, accompanied by thc'.r daughter. CONFESSIONS OF A WIFE Tin: ritn-'Mihiiii's of WOMKN "We see yon out very little, Mrs. Sullivan," Mrs. Bert said the honeyed tones, bhait I always dis trust in a woman. "In fact lam quite sure I have never seen you to know you before. You were not a resident of this city when you and Mr. Sullivan were mar ried?" "No," answered Alice calmly. There was a slight pause as tlio Mrs. Bert was waiting for Alice to tall her where she came from, and then as even she did not dare to push 'her questions, further, she said, "That accounts for It. But we must >cc more of you now." I was wondering what Alice would say to this, for I knew th.it neither Alice nor Eliene would ever enter that woman's home and was glad to hear Alice say, "I never go anywhere, Mrs. Bert, ex cel* on race ocoasious when I slip away from my baby, as I have to day, at the ea.rne.st request of my friand. Mrs. Synione, or Mrs. Waverly." "I have always heard your lit tle circle was most exclusive," Mrs. Bert answered with a simile, "but I hardly dreamed it was as exclusive as that." "You must not call ue exclusive, Mrs. Bert," I hastened to inter rupt, "neither do I think we could be designated as a 'circle.' It Is only that most of us are Intimate friend., of long standing, and how ever much we dislike what most people call society, we are always b«H>py to be fu the homes of our old acquaintances." "Oh, you knew Mrs. Sullivan be fore she married," said Mrs. Bert, as tho she hu/i at last found out something tangible. "Very well, indeed," I answered. Alice looked lovingly at me and added, "Mrs. Waverly is and has been my best friend I have in the • world." Mrs. Bert looked moet interest ted and said, "Aren't you set up, [Mrs. Waverly? I think I would give almost anything I possess to have some woman say that of me. In fact, I did not know that any woman on ea.rth could or would make that statement as enthus iastically about another as Mrs. Sullivan has made it about you." "I really am sorry for you, Mrs. Bert." I hastened to assure her. "Yott cannot have been training with your own sex very lately. The old idea that no woman can be a friend to another woman is absolutely exploded." "Perhaps," she said rather acid ly, "but do you know 1 aan afraid Sl'RB WAY TO GET RID OF DANDRUFF There Is one wure way that never fails to remove dandruff completely and that Is to dis solve it. Tfcfci destroys It entirely. To do this. Just get about four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid arvon; apply It at night when re tiring; use enough ta moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. By morning, moat If not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve and ea tirely destroy every single sign and trace of It, no matter how much dandruff you may have. Too will find, too, tfcat »U itch ing and digging of the s«*alp will stop Instantly, and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and fed ft hundred times better. You can get liquid arvon at any drug store. It la Inexpensive, and f.ur ounces is »11 you wUI need. This sinn c remedy h«ft newer been known to fall. *dT- Miss Marion BailHe, have left for California for a few weeks. William Sherwood, president ot the North western Music Teachers' association was the honor guest 83 a dinner of 12 covers at the apart ment of Mr. and Mm. Frederick Rice Tuesday evening. Mr*. Hugh Reed ot Seattle en tertained Tuesday at a luncheon at the Ranier club for M-rn. Frank AJlyn and ('apt. and Mrs. Peque gnat. After ths luncheon Capt. Pequegnat gave an address con cerning his experiences at the front. Mai i lege licenses were issued Wednesday by the county auditor to Sam S. Swenning and Helen C. Gallagher, both of Seattle; Walter A. Amd and Kdythe Perry, both of Friday Harbor; S. Samson of Tacoma and Ella Hunter of Kings ton, Ttenn.; Ed wand A. Turner and Gladys W. Longbrake, both of Saa Francisco; Walter 9. Graham and Mia* K. Varner, both of Sequini: i William M. Hftrrey and Florence Garcey, both of Tacoma. Cosier Relief Corps will hold Its regular meeting Saturday after noon at the armory, acid In the evening will dedicate a service flag. TACOMA THEATER" Friday, Saturday and Sunday and Dally Matinee ORPHEUM VAI'DKVIM.K George Damerel, Haruko Onu- U, "In the Zone," aa*A five oth er featnma.l Prices: 2Br-75c; Mats., 25c-30c. Seats now. that If I were out looking for real friends, I would never go to a woman." "Perhape that ie the reason. Mrs. Bert, why you have not, as you any, found any women friends." was Alice's quiet com ment. "I have come to understand in the last year at least that yo.i are very a.|)t to get just what you art for in this world. I know a woman whom, I believe, everyone lores who knows her. And yet the people who do not know her are apt to think that they would not like her. That woman Is always waking for love, not in any senti mental maudlin way, but she is al iPftys trying to do things for you thait will make you like her." '■Isn't that pure sedfisfrne-ss on her part?" aeekd Mrs. Bert. "No, I don't think so," I an swered, for it seemed to me, lit tle book, that Alice had been de scrihinc me. "I think the woman who waints people to love her, does so because she loves all people, and likeu to do for them. Such a woman Is a real democrat, and will take her own where she finds H, whether the one who offers her friendship Is of her class, as per haps you would put It, Mrs. Bert —or whether the one was scruli fting her Moor, or maniitiring her nails. I have always been very i glad that love and friendship be longed to no class of society any more that), to one sex." "Oood for you, Margie," whis pered Alice. WAS TAKEN FOB CZAR'S DAUGHTER What's in a name? Mrs. 11. Romanoff, late of Petrograd, knows there may be a lot of an noyance'ln bearing one associated with discarded .royalty. During her trip from Russia to America recently she was mistaken for the forraier Gra^'d Duchess Tatvana. Romanoff, daughter of the de liosed czar. The resulting experiences, she says, were botih ludicrous and neaMraglc. CENTRAL BUS STATION _*mmrm »»rt Taxta Airwkn*. 118 SO. mill ST. TEL. MAIN IS*. Daws* t 'hrclied. I _». T. MIICML I Lv. Tiroma—l p. m ; Sunday, 8 a. in. I Lv. Yelm—9:3o a. si.; Saturday night, [ 10.30. and Buiiday. 4 p. in. MHO» lITII STAG a gtaad — Crmtt Hotel. Ml* Pacific In, and Costal Baa ttatton Tacoma and Yelm, Lakcvlew. 11111 --l.ur»t. Ureenilalc. Roy, McKenna. SITMNBB-TACOMA The Bias Ltae—Via Valley need. Lv. Tacoma —T a m. and every hour to 11 p. in. Saturday, last ear St 11 p. m. Lv. Sumner — ( a. m. and every hour to 10 p. m. Saturday, last oar at lis. m. rumomDo-TArn* . itac.i Leavea Tacoma—ll a. m.. -1:30 p. _*. Leaves Carbonado—»:lS _. m., 2 p.m. I.— p. m. BOTB WANTED THE TACOMA TIMBS haa a few Rood route* open for MVB bora o Sunday morning paper to de liver. Salary at rate of m.Ot per month for each 100 paper* deliv ered C!R-Pm,ATTON MANAGER THE TACCMA TIMF.& DEE T.ATSBR I—HIS DESCENT Kaiser was Caesar in the ancient day; William was Nero, reigning absolute; Drunken with power and tumbling toward decay, Each served his gods of Fiightfulness and Loot. IT—HIS NAME (Wllhelm translates to William, colloquially Bill. .Hohen ex presses height and Zollern Is au evident corruption (it couldn't express its subject without corruption) of Zollen—to pay duty or customs. Hence, William yon Ilohenzollern means William of the High Tariff, or High Tarilf Bill.) I know not how they missed it in the comics, Or skipped it in the book on Economics, But here's the fact, make of it what you will, William Yon Ilohenzollern means High Tariff Bill! - III—HIS DESTINY When Lucifer was hurled from heaven, he fell (As Milton tells us) to the throne of hell, But now the devil may as well resign; William will claim his throne "by right divine." (Copyright. 1918.) GRAIN SAVED iii.li.-.I Prra ■ i-hk.-iI Wire.) CHICAGO, March 14.—Grain is being saved at the rate of 60, --000,000 bushels a year by the food administration order tempor arily prohibiting further pur chases by brewers, officials stated today. At the same time another order restricting brewers to 70 per cent of last year's consump tion Is making their present stock l!Ut louger. Newspapermen Are Exempted (United Press Leased Wire.) SYRACI'SE, N. V., March t4.— Onondaga county district boards today decided that workers on newspapers were exempted from class Oue in the draft. It was declared that such publications were essential while the war lasted. To Preveal Tin- <*rlp. Cold.-*! cause Orip — LAXATIVE BROUO QUININE Tablets remove the cause. Tlierf. U only one "Bromo Quinine." B. W. OROVCI signature on box 30c. BUCKIE V-TA COM ft I.V. Tacoma—l9:oo a. ni„ 3:30 p. m. Lv. Buckley— l:oo a. m., 12:30 p. in. Saturday and Sunday, pedal—Lv. Buckley, i p. m. Lv. Tac. 11:30 p. m. ttMvßy^^___wi_X\vtr«'] i [ill t w This Big _.ll^L Show I STARTS I TOMORROW I Friday, Saturday and Sunday I AND DAILY MATINEES I George Damerel I Assisted by H MYRTLE VAIL EDWARD HUME ■ And a Splendid Cast in the Musical Farce H "THE LITTLE LIAR" I BY Will, M. HOI Ml ■ bkrt tom george w. wim.iam I Wheeler & Moran Cooper & Robinson I PreaenUint H n~ "A Friend of Mine on B "Me and Micky" the Wrong Street" B Haruko Onuki I Japanese Prima Donna in ft Repertoire of Songw H Lazier Worth Co. Oakes & Delour I —•«•— • • "THK ANTIOUK SHOP" | "AN BVKNING AT HOME" Dam ing Novelty. ■ "In the Zone" I BT MHI ti'.NMM, , I A Washington Square Plajrers' New York I—— H Orpheum Travel Orpheum Concert 1 Weekly Orchestra ■ PRICKS— I•: veil lugs, iV, 50c, 7Bc; Matinee*. 26e and ML '"' I To Avoid IMsappoinOneat, ituy Sad« Mnily. ■ Overture. Evenings Except Kumlay. 8: l» ; Hnn.W. 8 o'clock. ■ MftUneeiS »:*>. ■ LEMONS BRING OUT THE HIDDEN BEAUTY Make thla lotion for very little I coat and just •«•» for yourself. H* • What girl or woman hasn't heard of lemon juice to remove . .implexinn blemishes; to bleach the skin and to bring out the roses, (In- freshness and the hid den beauty? But lemon juice alone Is acid, therefore irritating, and should be mixed with orchard •» white this way. Strain thru a fine cloth the juice of two fresh lemons into a bottle containing about three ounces of orchard white, then shake well and you have a whole quarter pint of skin and complexion lotion at about the cost oue usually pays for a small Jar of ordinary cold cream. Be sure to strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets into the bottle, then this lotion will remain purn and fresh for montdis. When ap plied daily to the face, neck, arms and hands it should help to bleach, c.lea* smoolhen and beau tify the skin. Any druggist will supply threa ounces of orchard white at very little cost and the grocer has the lemons.