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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1910.
THE WOMEM'S COEMEE Social news Is a dally feature of The Press. Any one wishing; to In ■ert such news should send It ad dressed to the society editor, or phone before 10 a. m. WOMAN'S CIVICS CLUB TO FORM TONIGHT A meeting of the former mem bers of the Woman's Suffrage so ciety will be held in the Cham ber of Commerce assembly rooms tonight at 7:30. The committee chj to to frame a constitution and by-laws for the new club wijl sub mit their report, an organization will be perfected, a name chosen and Officers elected. Also at the meeting this evening will lie de cided the question as to whether the club will bo for women only oi for the mutual benefit of men and] women. A discussion of the com* mission form of government will bo held Impromptu and the commis sion booklet will bo read. SPOKANE 80ROSI8 MEETS TO DAY. The Spokane Sorosis will meet at the home of Mrs. Samuel Offner, 1913 Third avenue, this afternoon. American literature Is under dis cussion by the club and today two writers, Jewett and Freeman will be discussed. BCHUBERT CLUB IN BENEFIT. The Schubert club, Spokane's latest musical organization, will make its first appearance at the Auditorium theater Friday evening, the proceeds being turned over to the Associated Charities of this city. Tonight a rehearsal will be held In the Sherman Clay hall and on Friday, between 12 and 1 o'clock, the final rehearsal will bo held lv the theater building. RED MEN PLAN DANCE. The Improved Order of Red Men will dance at the Elk's temple on December S. The affair, which Is the first of the season, will be in the nature of a benefit for the Peone tribe of Hillyard. The half is to be decorated in Indian style and prominent Indians of the past will be portrayed by tho members. FLOWERS artistically arranged is our specialty. Wo will please you. Try us. HOYT BROS. CO., Florists, 803 Riverside and 11 Post, Two Entrances. Watch Our Post Bt. Window. Gas for Heating ITow often do you get up in the mornings and find the house cold, or your furnace is balky and won't heat certain rooms in your home? AN ODORLESS GAS HEATER will drive the chill away in a very few minutes and put you out of all danger of catching cold. See our large display of gas heaters at out) salesroom, or have our representative call. Spokane Falls Gas Light Co. Telephone Main 3485 Open Evening* Goes Well With Hobble Skirt Cpnthia Prep's letters! Dear Miss Grey: (1) Are my measurements correct? Bust 38, hips 40, wiflst 2II»4. I am 17, weigh 143. (2) Do you think it is Wrong for a girl of 17 to have boy friends, against the wishes of her guardian? AN ANXIOUS READER. A. —(1) According to one stan dard your measurements might be correct, nnd according to another, incorrect. Hut what difference does it make so long as you are a wholesome, honorable, lovable girl? (2) Yes. There's no doubt that you'll be wiser when you are 21, but your guardian is the best judge for you now. Dear Miss Grey: (1) Can a man marry on $05 a month and live well? (2) Is it all right if tho girl is three years older than her fiance? (3) Shall I give my right age on the license, or just say 18? (4) Is it proper to announce an en gagement three months before? CONSTANT READER. A.—(l) Yes, if ho and his wife unite lv the effort to manage finances in the best possiblo way. (2) Yes. (3) Your right age. (4) Yes. | Please patronize John K. Lyon, low price plumber. Repairing a spe cialty. Telephone Max. 3040. Divis ion and Montgomery. ••• The hobble skirt is probably re sponsible for this substitute petti coat, since it is called "hobble trousers." Whatever Its origin, it's a sensible fad, for it serves two purposes. Since the advent of the narrow skirt fashionable women have abolished petticoats. This thouser garment, which is fastened securely just above the knee by an elastic-run hem keeps the lower limbs warm, and at the same time gives the skirt a less "flappy" ap pearance about the feet. FASHIONS Satin and velvet slippers aud high shoes are fashionable. Sleeves are more elaborately trimmed than ever. The crepe effects are again spoken of with much favor. Par pins for the neck are to be worn a great deal. Larger ones are seen as tie season advances. THIS IS THE KIND OF WEATHER THAT WILL MAKE YOU APPRECIATE A PAIR OF REGAL SHOE They are made of the best leather obtainable, by the best shoemakers in the world —they have the best reputa tion to live up to. They'll keep your feet dry and warm. And they'll fit com fortably, too. $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 THE REGAL Shoe Store 522 RIVERSIDE. THE SPOKANE PRESS LETTERS ON MARRIED WOMAN WORKERS . Editor Spokane Press: lam • woman worker and have been read ing the letters printed in The Press with interest. What sur prises me is the attitude taken by the women who stay at home in regard to their sisters who feel it best to work. It seems to me that they are talking of something that they had better not speak about. Let the men who have wives who work tell of the conditions in their homes and also let the girls them selves tell of their terrible trials. Married women work as well as the unmarried, and it gives a busi ness office a dignity which it would otherwise lack to have a number of older women intermingled with the younger ones. I think you will find that all good girls who are not afraid to uphold the courage of their convictions are holding down their positions with credit. The women who are content to stay at home and dress their family and pay the bills are surely poorly fitted to judge their working sis ters. Now any broad-minded per son knows that there are now two families placed in the same circum stances and that there are women who are not at all fitted for do mestic work and who are clever enough to earn a good salary and hire some one else to do the house work. The Press recently printed sta> tlstics showing the cost of necessi ties, and the average workingman's salary, demonstrating that women are needed to help support the fam ily. I have married sisters who are working in the East and I came from the East myself and know that there are a great number of working women there who help their husbands support the family, and instead of divorce It brings them closer together. It is more often that women go wrong when having too much idle time on their hands than when they are work ing. I hope this letter will cause oth er workers to write and present our side of the question. We who Try the dainty lunches now being served in our ice cream parlors. FERN 332*4 Riverside Aye. Home of delicious home made candies. Everything to eat. Good Teeth And A Cheerful Disposition If you want to be cheerful, healthy and happy, you must have good teeth. Now, it don't cost much, but it means a whole lot to you in health and happiness. We perform the best dental service obtainable in the northwest at less than one-half the price you are asked to pay elsewhere. Remember, the absolutely guarantee all our work. Dr. Farnsworth in oharge. Rubber Plates $6.50 Gold Crowns.. $3.50 Red Cross Dentists GALENA BLOCK POST AND RIVERSIDE GERMAN SPOKEN work should know more of the conditions under which we labor and the temptations of a working life than those "stay-at-homes" who delight in criticising us when they are totally ignorant of the matter. Signed, A WORKER. WANT MORRILL FOR FEDERAL JUDGE Twenty petitions are now in cir culation asking President Taft to appoint Corporation Council Mor rill of this city to the vacancy on the bench of eastern Washington following the death of Judge Ed ward Whitson. Morrill was one of the managers of the recent Poin dexter campaign. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. The annual teacher' institute will open at the Westminster Congre gational church this morning at 9 o'clock. It is expected that some 400 will be in attendance. Four specialists in the Dental profession One for crown and bridge work, one for fillings, on* for extractions and one for plate work. A positive assurance of good dental services. You can have the utmost confidence in our services, as we guarantee all work for ten years. We never advertise prices, but you'll find our ser vices as low as iray deirtar office doing high, quality work. Phone for Appointments. THE PLACE OF QUALITY The Modern Dentists Temple Court Building Riverside and Washington. Phone Main 2543 THREE INCHES OF SNOW FELL ON SUNDAY About three inches of the "beautiful" fell last night and Incidentally broke the existing records for November s —ince 1893. It is the greatest snow fall for the month of Novem ber since the Spokane weath er bureau was established. EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA Four excursions from this city and the northwest will be made over the Harriman lines to south ern California this winter. Two will leave from this city and one each from Seattle and Tacoma. PACIFIC MARKET is reducing the cost of living. Give us a trial and be convinced. PHONE MAIN 461 18 Main Aye. The Bpokan Press, Delivered, for 25 Cents a Month. WHY PAY HIGH PRICES FOE Tailor - made Suits and Overcoats when Suits, Inc., has hundreds of good, uncalled-for tailor made suits they sell for half. All sizes, in blacks, blue serges, browns and fancy mixtures. Choice $15, $20, 925 Come in and see for yourself. SUIT< ■ iMc.iJ Sizes 33 to 55 128 NORTH HOWARD Uncalled-for Tailor Made Garments Sold Exclusively. Get Bargains Here Tomorrow You never had a better chance to buy high class samples at such great re ductions. Skiles must move in a few days, therefore everything must go. All our 10c, 12M> and 15c pearl buttons, during this removal sale, per dozen , 4^ Cortlcelli, best sewing thread, 100 yard spools; regular 10c spool; removal sale price .tty All 10c pins, in blacks and whites, book pins inclndedj sale price, paper , .s«> Unbleached musiln, 86 inches wide, Pepperell brand; regularly sells at 10c yard; removal sale price, yard... .64 Silk mull in all the evening shades, 50c to 65c values; during removal sale, for .20s> Ladies' embroidered and hemstitched handkerchiefs; regular 25c value ......17 1-24 35c values 20# 100 bleached muslin, 36 inches wide, yard. Sty 36 inch Lansdale cambric, 18c value, for. 104 20c and 25c India linen, nice grade for aprens and chil dren \s slips, yard 100 20c and 25c longcloth; removal sale price...... .12 12^ I Sample Coat tomorrow, well worth $30, choice, $16.50 All other coats reduced proportionately. 95c for choice of several dozen Waists Values to $2.25. Bargains at this price. Ladies' Sample Skirts Voiles, panama and fancy ! mixtures. $18.50 5kirt5........59.75 $10.00 Skirts $6.45 Valuee to $8.50, while they lust ••••••••• 1^3«45 NEW SHIPMENT OF WOOL WAISTS Green, dark blue, white, red $6 value* f0r......... $8.5# Skiles Cample Ctore 307 O HYDE MBIX' TAKE ELEVATOR. Entrance on South Side Riverside Bet Riverside lad WaO Silk Dresses This season's latest Skiles sells $25 dresses for , $14.75 Others reduced accordingly Ladies' Union Suits! Fleeced union suits, $1.29 value for i 75c . $2.00 value $1.35 Over 500 yards unbleached muslin, 8o grade stf INDIAN BLANKETS $8.50 values for $5.00 INDIAN HEAD SUTTINCrS Dark and light blue, white* 250 value , 150 value 10# FAfll f Always Bines and Blacks