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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST
Co., The Competent. TeL Main 101.
109 B.Q. 10th st.
TACOMA TITLE CO.. the eomP*U
• tor, cor. Fidelity HI.Ik- Main 219>
•04 A st. Stables 6th & St. Helens. T.
C. & B. Trans. Co. Main 43.
PAC. TUAN.sI'KIt CO.. Main 54,
AKT GLASS WORKS
»35 Tacoma ay. Phono Main 3822.
A. McCullough, B. A., mining engin
eer, chemist; smelter shipments
superintended. 1142 D. Main SOO7.
• ' ATTORNEYS
F. A. Latcham, attorney-at-law,
• 403-5 Berlin bldg. Main 2'.'4'l.
, Lorenzo DOW. atiorney-at-law.
201 Nat. Ilk. Com. Main 3.'■>'■■
AUTOS FOR RENT
OLYMPIC TAXI CAB CO.. 6 or 7
pamionprer ears. Main -, 42.
GOLD GUOUND—Ladles and rents
Best shine 111 city, 111-'n fa-'- ay.
Nicholson, sun and electric printing.
. 603-7 Fidelity 111,1;; Main 47
Good wheel*, rlnlit prices. Lock
smith I:!:ik.-'.s Repair*. 1330 Coin.
11l Il.lil CONTRACTORS
HOUSES built and part of money
Kilt. 200 Kqultnblc.
Tac. Furniture & Repair Co., ape
rlallstK. 1107 So. ltlli. Main 'J713.
NEW and repair work. O. 11 Bat-
Blent..n. 130.; Court ('. Maln'l77:i
Typewritten circular letters, etc.
Tacoma Duplicating Co.. Chamber
of Com. Hid.. Tacoma. Main 654.
H. L. HOUCK—Carpet beating, ro
fitting and laying, feather reno
vating and upholstering. 2812 6th
ay. Main 325.
Nicholson, lot surveys, platting
gen. engineering. 603-7 Fid. Bid.
| CLEANING AM) I>YE WOKKS
LUCKEY'S DTE WORKS. 711 st,
Helens. Gents' suit, skirt or Jacket
cleaned and pressed COo up. Quick
calls and delivery. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Main 7161.
J. A. DONALDSON. 311 9th St.. 20
years' experience Tel. Main 7430.
COLEMAN & HAIIN ELECTRIC CO.
Motors and generators repaired;
armature winding, general repair-
Ing. 1123 A st. Phone Main r,li>7.
HACKS FOII FUNERALS
, Tocamo cemetery. $4; Catholic cem
etery. $5. Pao. Trans. Co. Main 54.
HOTEL ORATB HARBOR, under
new management. 1609 Commerce.
C. Frederickaen, Manager.
BAKER Hotel. 733 Commerce St.
Board and room. . Mrs. Merrltt,
prop. __ -
LAWRENCE HOTELRooms $2.00
week tip. 1 block from P. O. and
Municipal dock. • ■
' SALVATION ARMY HOTEL, clean
rooms 25c. Hot and cold water.
1316 So. D st.
■ Every room a bright outside room,
with hot and cold water, hot water
'heat, large roomy closet; 2 block*
■ from business center; free baths
'and phone. Rates $2.50 per week
• up. Transient too and $1.00.
• MASSASoIT HOTEL, mh and C
V ■ • ts., two blocks from depot. Urns.
' 25c, Ssc and 60c night; $1.25, $1.50
and $2.00 week. Meals iSc up.
' COLONIAL, opp. city hall. Dandy
■ ■ beds.
"WHITE'S HOTEL.—Newly furnished
,-"■■'■• transient anil weekly, 26c and
• BOc 110% So. 14th. near Pacific.
HOTEL VICTORIA — New. modern,
• fireproof bldg Rooms BOc, 75c
and up, 131«H So. C. Phone M. 91SI
LADIES' PRIVATE > HOSPITAL
s£tl<*t- ■ 1824 So. Q Tacoma.
&.•'•• ■*■ TERMS;
Private Rooms $20 per Week.
Ward. 118.00. J
-. Twenty Years' Experience.
SABRA JONES,- Matron. -:
...>-■•■ Main S. r>B7.
'.;. - WOOD AXI> COAL .
PETERSON BROS., hay, grain, poul
'■>' " try supplies and coal and wood.
.* 10th and K. Phone Main 313.
MOVING AMI STORAGE J .
V PAC. TRANSFER CO., Main 54.
<" COMMERCIAL TRUCK C.0.; 2 larg
;.*■■■. est and bast warehouse* In city.
".Large ■ furniture vans, • express
■;■ wagons and motor trucks. Packing
'■• by expert*. Reduced freight rates to
.. cast. Office corner 19th and Pacific
Main 706. ■■■■-,■-•■■ -■-.'---»■ ■-:■-■- ■■.:■.:.
■ ■ .FIDELITY TRANSFER & -
r'..: i,.- BTORAOE CO. -.*■: -
.1722 Pacific avenue, two large ware-
A. houses. »We > pack, . ship,, move and
» ■tore everything; room* under lock
•■" and : for household goods and : mdso.
Main ilO/»-^- ■■■^--=>- '■■■ --■- *■. -■- ■• ■--^
',"-: I WINES AND LIQUORS
|wiv.*: wholesale and * family. trade
t. solicited.- Free delivery. Main «023.
S Quick 'Shoe (Repair Shop,"9lß Com.:
reasonable, best work. Main 4419.
Werner .«: *Moe, •• Uoodyear Quick
Bhoe llepalr Co.. -922 Commerce.
IBTOR ; " vans 3 and % trucks ) for
moving. I'hnnt- Madlaon ■ 691. "*-
if. Elliot \;z die f Bkrs. Tru»t. Patent",
I ""•■"ilc Mark*. Drawings. Main • «77». '<
MKDICATED VAPOR MATHS
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Cures rheumatism and kidney dls
i-ases. 759 So. C st. Main 6284.
_ MONEY TO LOAN
OUR CWN MONEY TO LOAN
Upon City and Farm Property.
Low Charges; no Delay.
W. N. UOL'II & CO., INC.
707 Fidelity Bldg. Main 483.
SEE me tor money. Ueo. Walter
Russell. 313 Equitable Bldg.
I HAVE Just received " several
thousand dollars to loan a 7 and
I per cent. Inquire J. L. Snapp, 1218
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES
$10 TO $100
LOWEST RATES IN TACOMA
$10 repaid In installments of..s .70
$20 repaid in installments of.. 1.30
(■'>') repaid In Installments of.. 3.20
ABSOLUTELY NO SECURITY
STATIC SECURITY CO.
307 CALIFORNIA BLDO.
6, fi an7i~7~"prCß CENT
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved real estate or for
building. Money advanced as build
ing progresses. Monthly Install
ment loans, about amount of rent,
L. R. Manning & Co., Equitable Bid.
MORTGAGE LOANS in amounts
from $300 up; low rates; no delay.
NORTON & CO.. 210-11 Berlin Uldg.
SHORT TERM CHATTEL LOANS,
418 CALIFORNIA BLDQ.
MONEY to loan on real estate, any
amount from $300 to $2">,000. 11. V.
Smith. 204 Provident Bldg.
LOANS for home building or to
pay off old mortgage. Lowest
rates, special privileges to borrow
ers—3 to 8 years. Money always on
H. J. BCHWINN & CO., Inc.
2lii 1:19 Tacoma Bldg.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
and others, upon their own names,
cheap rates, -easy payments, confi
dential. D. H. Tolman. Room 331
ON Imp. real estate. L. N. Hanaen
& Co., Tacoma Hldg. lltli & A st.
MONEY to loan, plenty of it, low
aal rates. No delay. Either In
stallment or straight loans. Gunston
6 Heath Co.
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS
$5 to $100
Quick loans on furniture, pianos.
storage receipts, etc. 1410 Natl.
PORTERS 1 SUPPLIES
PORTER and Janitors' supplies,
brushes, etc. V. E. Johnson, 735
St. Helens ay.
DR. ROBB, 301-2 Provident bldg.
DR. WARREN BROWN
Physician and Surgeon
Diseases of Women and Obstet
rics; Oenito-l'rlnary Diseases.
Office 207 Equitable Bide.
DR. PAUL. PHYS, & SURO. X-RAY.
1111-12-13 Fidelity Bldg.
ORIENTAL— Dr. K. I to. disease of
genlto-urlnary. 1512H C. Main 9757
Dr. Yocum moved Natl. Realty lildtr.
Day. Main 600; night. Main 7500.
DR. .JA.S. A. LA GASA—Diseases of
women and surgery.' Genlto-urln
ary diseases, .Id floor Nat!, Realty
Uldg. Hours 2-4 and 7-8.
DR. J. W. CLINE, 2:,29 Mcklnlcy
ay. Surgery and general practice.
Phones: Office Main 254; Res. Main
DR. C. E. CASE, surgeon, gynecolo
gist. Office 1114 H So. X st. Res
idence 1010 So. 12th St. Phones:
Office. Main 6587; res.. Main 693.
DR. THY NO. SURGEON S
Surgery and consultation only.
1201-1205 Fidelity Bldg. Main 400.
DR. BTOTENBUR, Office 422 Bank
ers Trust Bldg. Main 9609. Res.
Main 9610. ', ■
PAINTING & PAPKUHAN<;iNG
FRANK ■g r HANSSON, 73S St. Hoi
ens ay. Phono Main 6142.
COMMERCIAL BINDERY & PTG
CO., Inc., 756-758 Commerce st.
Phone Main 417. Printers, Binder*.
Loose leaf devices.
OLIVER HENRY, Tacoma Garbage
Co. Main 6406. Contracts made
for cleaning yards, vaults and cess
pools. Garbage removed by month.
AMERICAN GARBAGE CO. — Re
moving garbage and refuse of all
kinds. 216 Puy. ay. M. 742, res. 7539.
LARGE new stock of wall paper,
very latest design* and patterns.
Acme quality paints, adapted to the
western climate. A. S. Johnson &
Co.. 1142 C st.
208 Natl. Realty Bid*. Main 1549.
11l Savage-Scofleld Bldg, M. 688.
' RAZORS SHARPENED Vi
WE sharpen ' safety razor blades.
All work guaranteed. Virges Drug
Co.. 1124 Pacific ay. -
WHEN In need of a good veteri
nary for your, horse, cow, cat or
dog see Drs. Pearaall or phone
Main 7243 or 107.'i. - -
% FUNERAL DIRECTORS
SOUTH' TACOMA funeral directors.
Call night or day. M. 1122. nil if..
Merrow A Btorlle. 6034 Union ay.
; ; BOICITORS WANTED.
SOLICITORS wanted.. A number of
good live solicitor* wanted to work
on ■■ beat - premium ■■' proposition ' for
the solicitor • ever > worked In ' the
northest. If you are a good solici
tor and wish to Increase your pres
ent Income see me about this prop
osition. Apply Mr. Thayer, between
10 a. m. and 4 p. m. at 611 Cham
ber of Commerce* bldg. ■■ ■ ■ -
Wanted -to Rent; j •;■
IF you have a summer; home 'that
you want looked after during the
winter by young married couple
address E'lO,. Time* v ■■■*&•*<* ■<* -*.*
WANTED TO ' RENT —: A • I or 6
•■■/.room i house In North End. ■: Client
will pay: from $20 to *35. ■ New Jer
t sey ' "'•■ if' 011 Co., 11l ' So. 1'"1' •*•
COMPETENT girl for general
housework, two In family. Mala
WANTED —Someone to do small
amount of chamberwork for rent
of furnished house. Cull 40214 Puy
ullup live. .
ANY lady can earn $40 monthly
copying letters spare time at
home, ilooklet 10c In silver. - Tells
now. American Copying Associa
tion Vv'aßhlngton. D. C.
WANTED—A woman or girl to take
care of 2 children and assist
with housework. Mrs. W. H. Robl
son, Fern Hill. Inquire Drug Store.
GENTLEMAN wishes to take les
sons on. piano from lady teacher.
Address liox U-l, Times.
WANTED — Experienced Ironing
Kill. Main 2506. 743 Tacoma ay.
TAILORS' and dressmakers' sup
plies. Albert E. Bnur Co.. 317 11th.
CANCEH3 cured without knife or
pl*ntei; consultation free; Stephen
Johnson, school house crossing.
Fern Hill. "
ALL. LADIES go to Shlvver* at Mar
ket. 1118 So. D, tor bargain*.
W*ln»ton*.ladle«'ault* $10 up 605 9th
WANTED — Position as housekeep
er for widower with 1 to 3 chil
dren or Invalid. Main 9027-J.
WIDOW, Scandinavian, wishes
place as housekeeper for gentle
man with small family in or near
city. K-l. Times.
WANTED—By young lady experl-
Uneed In office work and demon
strating, temporary or permanent
position. Box B-3, Times.
WANTED— taking care or
children evenings, 50c and car
fare. Call Mala 4955 after 6:30.
A LADY with two children would
like position as housekeeper. Call
AN experienced telephone-operator
wants a position. -\ Main 9392.
Respectable middle-aged widow
lady wants a position as house
keeper for widower with children.
City preferred. Main 2060.
A BRIGHT neat appearing girl
would like a position as stenog
rapher and office girl. Address
Bo» A-5 cr Times. , t •
TYPEWRITING ana multlgrapb
work. Main 65*.
HELP -MALE ~
WANTED— Man above mid
dle Hge, not afraid of work. With
office building experience. Must
live at home and come well recom
mended. P. O. Box 1661.
MAN WANTED — undersigned
wants an honest, ambitions man
In each city and town where not
already sufficiently represented.
Previous experience unnecessary.
We will teach you the business
thoroughly by mall and assist you
to start In business for yourself
as our local representative. Splen
did opportunity for a man without
capital to get into big paying bus
iness for himself and become Inde
pendent for life. The National Co
operative Realty Company, C 1379
Maiden Bldg., Washington, P. C.
AUTOMOUILE school, driving, re
pairing taught; modern cars, 1912
WANTED—Boy to work In drug
store, some experience necessary;
good chance for advancement. Ad
dress Uox D-l. Times.
WANTED —Men for lumber yard
work, steady employment. A
splendid place for married men.
Call 308 California bldg.
SOLICITOUS wanted. Best propo-
Bltlon ever offered in the north
west. Apply between 10 and 4 at
.112 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
Call for Mr. Thayer
SOLICITOUS wanted for a Tacoma
corporation; good money paid to
good men. 322-23 California Bldg.
Automobile School, iiHi Jeff. ay.
Special rate* this month.
TRY three C'a Lunca once. 211
. So. 13th st.
Kay "1 saw It In the Times".
1 GO to Shlvver* tor bargain at
market, do you?
BUSY MEN AND WOMEN find iT
convenient to telephone their For
Sale and Want Ad* to The Times.
Main 12. Only one cent a word
A MARRIED man, sober, wants
work as night watchman. 1112 E.
WANTED—Work by day, such as
cleaning. Ironing, etc. 1004 So.
»th. Main 3992. '
WANTED — Position of trust by
■ sober, reliable man, with fair ed
ucation. - Address P. O. Box 923,
City. : '-: ■ -■-. ■ .-■■ ' -'
CARPENTER— Foundations con
crete work and general Jobbing.
Main 3027- L, __
Unfurnished Rooms v
I t /E' unfurnished rooms, with
bath; everything modern. 1812
So. 1,. Main 8137. - - - ■-.'■■;•
WANTED TO BORROW
BORROWER WANTED for -
. m Idle savings fund. We are 1
".-'- Instructed to place $10,000 -
' In divided sums from $230 ■
—. up to $2,000 at 7 and 8 per
«. ■ cent, either . payable $20 '.«
\i-' monthly or In one straight ■ .
I to 0-year loan. Lennox.
■ ..'lnvestment Co., 1103 Com- ■
>'"-. Amerce,-above 1 the Pacific -
National Bank. -...
SIX hundred and fifty dollars loan
„- for business purposes; no agents,
no com., good, safe loan; ' mortgage
for $730 Just ■. paid. Address 1.. -A.
Stone, 602480. O. ----■■ ■■-<»■:■» — ■■?,
, ■;S^,.a '~:;~ Wanted j*M^z§.
YOUNG •- man Sr. want* S ' room, with
breakfast and dinner, In good pri
vate family: •• must be close ; In. a Call
Main 8606 after 6 p. m. evening*. •
THE TAfcOMA TIMES.
Can serve you and serve you well. All
your wants can readily be supplied by;
Phoning Main 12.
BOWLING at Old Town Bowling
Alley. . Weekly prizes awarded.
LADIES' new $50 tailored suit,
size 38. $25. 553 So. C »t.
1910 Packard 30. for sale cheap;
fully equipped. Address D-3, cr
LARGE njaro for sale or trade. Ja
cob.Peterson, 80. B6th and Mason
ay.. Traction line.
FURNITURE of 11-room boarding
house for sale cheap. Good locu
tion. 319 East 25th Bt.
PEDIGREED Airedale terrier pups
for sale from best bear hunting
stock In county. Address Dick
Rlckert. American Lake, Wn. •
FOR SALE—Edison standard pho
nograph, amberol attachment '•"<
records, $25; also pet dog. 939 So.
10 st. '-
FOR SALE—One gasoline launch,
30 feet long, 8-foot beam, 15
horsepower, full size cabin; first
class condition, speed 9 miles. Main
PLANT now crocus, hyacinths, tu
lips, trumpet daffodils, lilies.
Iris, peonies, Oriental popples, etc.
Mitchell Nursery, Larchmont, Ta
coma. Main 7871 R-5.
IF you are looking for furniture,
stoves or ranges, either new or
second hand, tell your troubles to
Purkey Brothers, 1310-18 C st. Our
endless variety of house furnish
ing goods enables us to suit every
purse, and If it Is your desire to
practice real economy you will do
will to visit our store. Telephone
Cast iron top, polished steel body.
18-inch wood 13.60
20-Inch wood 14.50
24-Inch, wood '. .$6.00
Air tight, make and renovated.
- ' M. H. tILVIN : ft
Tel. Main 6844. 1125 Tacoma Ay.
BARGAIN SALE i"
This week only. Young horses, 1
team good mates $2CO; 1 team black
gentle colts $250; 1 team black gen
tle ponies $50; 1 good all-round
horse $75; 1 young colt $15; good
milking cow $60; .1 doz good .lay
ing Brown Leghorns and Buff
Leghorn hens, $4.50 doz.; also 3 doz.
young broilers; nearly new.wagon
$45; hack $25; top buggy $25; fine
saddle $30; saddle $5; plow $7. See
them at Cottage Grove Farm Hill
Address Box 31-A. Lak»vlew. Wash.
IS THE HOME PROTECTED?
Fr"bm fire? Yes. From poverty In
case of death? Death Is more cer
tain and consequences more dread
ful. Insure with The Woodmen of
the World. Integrity unquestion
ed. Operating on rates established
years past and pronounced by In
surance experts as adequate for air
time. Fraternal and social advan
tages of a high order. Write today
for information. Clerk No. 798, W.
O. W,, Box 556, City.
FOR SALE —First class furniture of
5 rooms complete; must be sold
at once as 1 am leaving the city.
Call Main 3418. 1418 So. 37th.
FOR SALE—A barber chair and
fixtures of a 1-chalr shop. Call
at 705 So. X St. ,
SINGLE buggy, first-class condi
tion. Inquire 712 So. Sheridan
or 942 Commerce. - s •
ALT HEIDELBERG BEER
Columbia Brewing Co. Order a
case. Main 299. '.-'■. -
WANTED to buy household goods.
Wm. Fitz-Henry Co., 102 So. 12th
Tel. Main 8736. .
50 cents per sack. Main "2672.
~ "* SKATING RINK"
Admission free. Skates, after
noons 15c, evenings 25c. Military
Band orchestra. 2115 Pacific ay.
MARSHA]-7.. wants your second
hand goods. 1149 C st Main
SOME one wants what you want to
sell. Get In touch with th. m
through The Times "Want Ad" Col
Say "1 saw It In the Tiroes"'.
FINE Chinese teas and silk wem
Earn Hlng Co.. 1354 So. D. .
FOR SALE—IO head working
horses, weight 1000-1C00; 10 set
double set harness. 2148 Pac. «v.
SHUETT—Finest line o* 2nd hand
goods on market.-- 1343 Com, st.
FOR SALE—Light lumber-wagon
with pole and shafts, nearly new.
$35 for all. Phone Main 9568.
A SEWING machine . for: -little
money. The store you can de
pend upon to supply any - machine
at the lowest price. White 18.00;
Singer $7.00; another Singer $5:00;
New Home make $8.00. All fully
guaranteed. New Home Office
11th St., Bet. C and D. -J"
\VI" buy and sell everything. $5
gas stoves a specialty. -1317 COm
merce. Phone Main 9392. tr*Tj f
WAGON for sale cheap. . TnfTrTt
class condition," with -• new *Tnp.
Can be used either for team or Bin..
gle horse. Apply J. Myers, 2154
So. ■J. ' ■■-.■ »:-. ..'-■:;:' •:;fr"\. 'A
.-..-y.v.-.---- ■ :■--••--•' ■?__
PERSONAL ; V
!^.S ".".-. '- ,zlr .*■'■; %_ '•
WIDOW, 30, comfortably - situated,
would marry. Confidential. S-Box
35, Toledo League, Toledo, Ohio.
GET MARRlED—Matrimonial ..' pa
; per containing •:advertisements
marriageable people from all sec
tions., rich, poor,. young, ■ old, • Prot
estants. Catholics. ■ mailed ,-, sealed
free. The Correspondent, Toledo, O.
GET. MARRlED—lnteresting f- par
ticulars . (10 cents). 'Thousands
tired. living alone. Many rich. Mrs.
Hyde,< D-2677 ■ Mission. San ;r* Fran
cisco. '-./■' Vv.-^..^:'>i •'-
MARRY—Many rich, congenial and
'-, anxious ■ for companions. ' Inter
esting I particulars , and photo i free.
The; Messenger, Sta. D, Grand Rap
LOST—Black and tan pig, between
Fife and Tacoma. M. Hunt, Fife
station. Phone Main 7844 J 1.
LOST—Brown leather pocketbook
with $10 gold piece, $10 bill and
25c Canadian bill Inside. Main 2753.
A COAT" and cap of the Brother
hood of the American Yoemen re
galia. Lost at the Montamara
Festo by being placed in wrong
auto. Reward for any information.
BOTTOM of rear automobile, light,
nickel-plated. Call Madison 657,
or 4336 80. Yakima ay.
LOST—In or near Times office,
bunch of keys. Good reward of
fered. Return to Tacoma Times,
| 9th and Commerce St.
LOST— small square amethyst
pin on a black bow. Return to
1624 National Realty bldg.
O. B. JOHNSON for signs. 115 So
14th st. Phone Main 1349.
ABSOLUTE satisfaction In absolute
"Life." Health, freedom, ALL
YOU DESIRE obtained through un
derstanding. "Life," Box 987, Ta
YOUNG WOMAN'S INN, 1011 So. 3"d
st. (3d and J) opposite Fannie
Paddock Hospital. Board and room.
SPECIAL LOW RATE for self-sup
porting women. Privilege of laun
dry, sewing room, employment bu
reau, parlor and library. WALK
ING DISTANCE. Sixth ay. car to .1
St., walk 3 blocks north. Phone
IF you want something nice In a
furnished cottage of 6 rooms,
bath gas, electric lights and fur
nished complete, nice yard, on 6th
ay. car line, come out Sunday and
see It at 616 So. Anderson St., only
$25 per month. -,
FOR RENT—9-room house, 1320
So. D. Electric light, gas, bath,
etc., $;::, month. Phone 9014-L.
MODERN 7-room house with pan
try bath, reception hall, large at
tic and basement, In fine condition.
1016 So. 7th St., cor. So. 7th and K.
FOR RENT—A five-room house,
bath and electric lights, $12 per
month. Phone "Main 5611. - ■ .
4524 Thompson, 4-r., bath ....SIO.OO
1128 So. E, rear, 5-r., bath... 12.00
2515 No. Washington, 5-r., b.. 13.00
716 East 32d, 4-r., partly fur. 8.00
C. H. EVERETT & CO. ■»
514 Berlin Bldg.
FOR RENT—Modern five-room cot
tasre at 2320 So. G St., also an
up-to-date five-room flat at 2321
So. Yak. ay. Inquire 2317 So. Yak.
ay., rent very cheap.
FOR RENT—Partially furnished
house, bath and gas. Call 1720
Tacoma ay. -
FOR RENT—S-room modern house,
bath, electric lights, gas, window
shades. 807 So. 25th, corner Yak
tma ay. Rent $13 per month. In
qulre 1601 So. J. Main 4074.
6-ROOM furnished or unfurnished
house for rent at 2314 Jefferson
ay. Main 7020. .
ONE 7-room house, $11; one 6-room
house, $10; one 4-room house, $8;
two 3-room houses. $5 a month;
water furnished; on Portland ay.
car line. Main 2023. Ed Donahue.
RENT a house and we will furnish
It for you for cash or easy pay
ments. Tag. Furniture Co.. »U-1» C.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED to buy, good cow on
monthly payments, by reliable
party. Box L. P.. Times.
WANTEDCows, fresh or soon to
be. State price. R. F. D. 1, Box
243, Puyallup, Wn.
WANTEDTo buy 100 White Leg
horn-chickens and a good Dur
ham cow. Address Mrs. Ruby Hill,
Manltou. Take Pacific Traction car.
WANT to buy 6 or 6-room bunga
low. West or North End. Price
must not be over two or three
thousand. Will assume " mortgage
of ten or twelve hundred dollars.
Address Box A-6, Times.-
I WANT TO BUY
Furniture or anything you have to
sell, books a specialty. A. A. Sllcox,
Main 3612 or 1013 I St.
PLEASANT furnished room in pri
vate family. 1122 No. M. Main
4305. .. .
THREE swell rooms overlooking
bay, suitable for 2 or 3 young
men; walking distance. Main 7023.
FURNISHED rooms with or with
out board, home privileges, rea
sonable. 1110 So. Yakima aye.
Main 6047. , -.
HOTEL KINGSTON, modern, hot
water heat. 315% So. 11th.
MANHATTAN HOTEL, 1726 So. D
at. Under new management. Nice
newly furnished outside rooms, elec
tric lights, steam heat, hot and cold
water, free bath and phone, $2 per
week and up. A. J. Smith, manager.
FURNISHED rooms modern,
walking distance. . Irving hotel,
553 So. C St.
HOTEL, MODERN—NWIy furnished
. corner rooms; slni.\ . $1.25 up;
hskpg, $2.00 up. 1904 D 'st and
19-15 So. E. Private batl.V Free lndy.
KUKNISHKD rooms. .. $1 weak up.
■1844 80. D st .-:--.* * •*'' ■■J-.--'-,'
ROOMS AND BOARD
ROOM and board ' reasonable. '. 848
So. E St. Main 9894. ■■.. ...-■,;
WANTED—Board and room •in pri
vate family In South Tacoma, by
man and : wife. - Phone Main ■ 7834
R-2. "■■---.- •,-".r-:.y. ■ «>/..:.'X'■;-■>;»:..-*.--■
BOARD and . room $5 a week. Main
8311; private family. 2331) So. L.
SAY "I . saw It In th» .Times."-.r-rt;
ROOM.; will, Sor 5 without 5 board.
. Mrs, Crow. 415 Bo E. Main «>»«.
1, 2 or 8 furnished suites, $2 a week,
under new management. ■• Main
7170. 1814% Tacoma aye. " '■-.■,
Furnished housekeeping rooms $I.o]
week up. 1942 80. D ft Jefferson. ..
ONE, 2 or I rooms; good location;
walking distance; gas range,
light, bath and phone; reasonable
rent. 223 No. Tacoma aye. Main
6765. - -■■■■-.--•.'"-.■. :
WELL furnished housekeeping and
single rooms, steam heat, modern
conveniences; reasonable rates. 902
So. Q st. - -
ONE suite of cozy, newly furnished
front rooms, at the Hotel Wal
dorf, 728% Pacific.
FURNISHED hskpg. rms., 421 So.
C. Fine marine view. ■.... —
MANHATTAN HOTEL, 1726 So. D.
Under new management. We
have a .few housekeeping rooms
with hot and cold water, steam
heat, free bath, gas range and elec
tric lights, free phone, walking dis
tance; respectable parties only;
rent reasonable. A. J. Smith, man
THREE fur. hskpg, rooms, ground
floor, private bath and toilet,
porches, small yard, $12 a mo. 813
THE ANTLERS—Furnished hskpg"
rms.; modern; central: 1116% C.
FOR RENT—Chicken ranch of 6
acres, large house with cooler
and wood shed, good barn, chicken
accommodations, well and cistern;
3 acres in hay, 2 In fruit and gar
den. One block from car and store,
near graded school and church, $20
Address Box R-4, Times.
FOR RENT— office and
desk room, all conveniences, rea
sonable. Inquire 1014-20 National
POULTRY AND EGGS
ANCONA and Leghorn cockerel,
thoroughbred, poultry wire, cook
stove, table and other kitchen es
sentials. Proctor 1238.
FOR —Thoroughbred Barred
Rocks, Buff Orpington and White
Leghorn hens and pullets. Phone
FOR SALE—IOO Anemia pullets,
March hatch, cheap. Corner Pa
cific aye. and Parker St. south.
Phone Main 5428.
FOR SALE—IO S. C. W. Leghorn
pullets, 5 months old, $6; G
White Plymouth Rock pullets, 5
months old, $3; 20 White Plymouth
Rock hens, one year old, 85c each.
All thoroughbred stock from thG
best strains at market prices. H. R.
Paul, 7608 So. Oakes st. Phone Mad
WHITE Leghorn pullets, Tam:red
strain, 4 to 5 months old. 110S So.
FOR SALE—IS choice cockerels. 6
months old; Waldwlck strain.
Apply It. O. Skjerveni, ',4 mile east
100 thoroughbred White Leghorn
hens. Phone Main 5765 or call
1111 So. G at.
DON'T YOU WANT POULTRY?—
I'll start you. and build house
and yards on a lovely vacant acre
tract, South 19th and Proctor. Own
er, 207 Equitable Bldg.
L JRNISHED HOUSES
FOR —Furnished house of 7
rooms and bath. Call 724 So. J st.
FURNISHED housp of 6 rooms, all
conveniences, $8.00, Also unfur
nished house of 5 rooms, $6.00. In
quire at the Thomas store. Lemons
GOOD news for you at Everybody's
Studio. Call 1135 C st. .
PHONE Main 2845 and we will call
. Pantorlum. 935 Commerce at.
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington for Pierce Coun
In the Matter of the Estate of Bes
sie Simon, deceased.
• No. 8206
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, duly appointed Bessie
Simon deceased, to the creditors
of, and all persons having claims
against, said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers,
within one year after the first
publication of this notice, to the
undersigned at the office of A. D.
Tollefson, 701 Fidelity Bldg., In the
City of Tacoma, County of Pierce
and State of Washington, being the
place for the transaction of the
business of ,-;'i.| estate.
Date of issuing and first publica
tion of this notice, Sept. 21, 1912.
Administrator of the Estate of
Besßle Simon, Deceased.
FOR SALE—Stadium barber shop,
1334% Pacific aye.; 3 years lease,
at $66.25, Including rent, light and
water. Business very good. Wit?
sell at a bargain, desiring to return
to Europe and Join the Greek army.
Address Box D 4, Times. - .
FOR SALE—Fruit stand, Pacific
aye. location, doing good busi
ness. Owner desiring to return to
Europe' to Join the Greek army. Call
1328% Pacing aye.
$2,500 will buy good paying whole
sale business. Call 609 Tacoma
24-ROOM lodging house for sale or
trade. Snap If taken at once. No
agents need apply. 915 Tacoma ay.
11 ROOMS, good furniture, low
rent; E. St.; good Income over
rent. Main 7768. ....
WA.VTi.ij— bread baker
wanted to take % Interest In a
growing and • good established
bakery In the city. We have two
ovens, one for cake and one ■ for
bread, and a 2-b'ui. mixer. A good
chance for the right man. " Apply
1004 Tacoma ay. The Flelschmann
Co.. Poor health reason for selling.
21-ROOM hotel, located In center
• of . city. . Must be sold at once.
Cash $600, or on terms $750. Main
6826. ■ -■- . ■ ■■■■ - -. .■;....'. ■ ■■< \
-18 HSKPG. rooms, good Income,
i cheap. Terms. V-5. .Times. '
IDEAL stand for grocery or drug
. store. Will sell lots nnd build
store to suit buyer. See N. W. cor
ner West 12th and Alder, then talk
to owner, 207 Equitable Bldg. . "
HOUSES built, and part -of money
lent. 206 Equitable. ->?:r --:>.■
$100 IN gold-will be paid ito ; any
man or woman over 21 years of
age that are satisfied and contented.
Apply at A. F. Hoska Harness Co..
1307 i Pacific aye. ,:~'.^>'*-•--"" ':'■':. -
BUNGALOW |to I swap for lota. - 207
PLAN TEACHERS' INSTITUTE
The county school teachers' In
stitute will be held at the First
Presbyterian church October 16,
17, 18, and an Interesting pro
gram has been arranged. Herbert
G. Lull and Edward S. Meany of
the state university will be two of
the instructors. J. C. Zaller of
LONDON, Oct. 6.—Further con
firmation of the report that Italy
aud Turkey have agreed upon
peace terms and that peace is Boon
to be declared, waa received here
today In a dispatch which stated
that Rechad Pasha, the Turkish
peace delegate, and Pletro Bertollni,
who acted in a similar capacity for
Italy, left Ouchey for their homes
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 5. —
Fire which started at 6:30 o'clock
this morning in the plant of the
Pacific Oil and Lead Works here
necessitating the' calling Into ac
tion of half the fire department of
San Francisco aa well as two fire
boats and the auxiliary high
pressure system, caused a loss of
between $150,000 and $200,000.
A LARGE well known company
about to spend $100,000 on a ti e
monilous advertising campaign, re
quires the services of a bright man
or woman in each town mid city.
The work is easy. ptensnnt and
highly respectable, and no previous
experience Is necessary. We will
pay a good salary and offer an un
usual op irtunlty for advancement to
the person who can furnish Rood
references. In addition to this sal
ary we offer a Maxwell Automobile,
a Ford Automobile and over $S0 fto in
prizes to the representatives^ doing
the best work up to December 31.
In your letter give age and refer
ences. Address Ira B. Robinson, Ad
vertising Manager, 2772 Beverly., St.,
FOU KENT— rooms, private bath,
business center, only $15. If
your* late, don't blame Kelly. Main
8-ROOM furnished flat, water In;
kitchen; private bath; rent rea
sonable to steady tenants. 711 So.
<* J-M-.P-M". IWWWW»A nj>AflAAJVnj- ,S\*\S\r^\/\Jt^t
3 1 Acres in Puyallup
Good 6-roo'm plastered house with
modern conveniences, barn, wood
shed, cabins for berry pickers,
chicken houses ' and runs. Good
horse, wagon and harness, good
milch cow, about 100 chickens. Is
all In red . raspberries and ever
greens. Yields biff harvest. One
block to Short Line. Price only
$3,500. Terms can be given. Is a
very good buy.
813 Bankers Trust Bids.
$2,000 —A 7-room house and $ lots,
$100 cash and $15 per
month ne( 3 per cent., near
So. Tucoma car line.
$1,200 —A 4-room house with bath,
lights and 1 'fa lots, on Thomp
son aye., near 3><th and Y:iki
ma Junction; $100 cash and
$ 750—For 2 lots and a 8-room
house; $50 cash and rent puy
iii' ms; on Mclvinley car line.
C. H. EV TERETT
614 Berlin Bldg.
Anyone looking for a dairy? I
have one of the best there Is in the
state. 80 acres, about V 4 cleared arid
beaver dam, black soil. Can't be
better. Large barn full of hay; 9
head cows and heifers, span bay
horses, binder, mowpr, rakes, plows,
chickens; good frame house, all
furniture goes with farm. The
sacrifice sale. People are old and
want to sell. Price $4,500 for quick
O. N. JOHNS
317 California Bldg.
FOR SALE —Are you looking for a
snap? Have to sell. One acre
chicken riinch, four-room house,
five chicken houses, all fenced.
Three hundred egg Incubator, run
with gas; about two hundred thor
ough bred White Leghorn. .Will
sell with the place if wanted. 1215
So. Durango St.
SKK Dlt. J. IX PKARBALL, 604 So.
I Rt., If you would like to buy
some good land and timber; all
virgin timber; none burnt off nor
logged off; close to big mill, cities
and fast developing country.
FOR SALE—Fruit stand, Paciflo
aye. location; doing* good busi
ness. Owner desiring to return to
Europe to Join the Greek army. Coll
1328»4 Pacific aye. »w
A FINE MODERN 7-ROOM
HOUSE AND 2 LOTS, NEAR PORT
LAND AYE., ON THE CAR LINE.
PRICE $2,250, ON EASY TERM 3.
A GOOD B-ROOM HOUSE AND
1% LOTS. NEAR CAII LINE. «
STRICTLY MODERN; PRICE »1,500,
ON EASY TERMS.
PHONE MAIN 262*.
Saturday, Oct. 5, 191fc.
the University of Puget Sound,
Edwin Twitmyer of state normal
school and E. J. Klemme of Ellens
burg Normal will also be among
Popular lectures will be given
by Professors Liv 11, Meamy and
Zeller during the Institute.
Progressive headquarters were
established at the Piiyallup fair
yesterday and a bushel of litera
ture distributed and a hatful of ,
bull moose buttons passed out.
Arrangements are being made
now by the progressives to have
a big meeting in this city toward
the end of the campaign with Sen
ator Polndexter and Bob Hodge
as the star orators. Poindexter
has written that he wants to speak
here with Hodge and lie will be
Progressives, held three meet
ings last night In Tacoma.
Thomas Revelle of Seattle
spoke at Mason church and Uni
versity of Puget Sound, Senator
Bryan spoke also at both places
and a number of eaiKlidaten toppedi
off the meetings. A rousing meet
ing was held at the university.
Col. A. E. Joab awd Frank Ma
gill spoke at Hillside Improve
ment club meeting at Danish hall.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day Senator Falconer of Everett,
candidate for congressman at
large of the progressive ticket and •
E. Gr Mills of Seattle, candidate
for attorney general, will be In
this county. Both will speak in
(Bw'VaMad Ph'ss Teased Wire.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 5. —•
General war 'n the Balkans waa
made practically certain here to
day when it was officially an
nounced that Turkey will mobil
ize 250.100 in two armies by
Monday. No details are given
out as to what is to be the Turk
ish—battle plan but it is believed
one army will operate in Albania
against Montenegro and Servla
while the other will lie utilized
against the Slavs on the Bulgarian
The Servian minister to th«
porte today demanded that Tur
key surrender Servian munitions
of war which had been taken in
(Ily I'nltril I'rran I <■»■>. <i Wlrr.)
CHICAGO, Cal., Oct. 5. —ltivallnff
the case of lite famous automobile
bandit of France, the police here to
day are searching for a handsome
young woman said to be the leader
of a gang of taxlcab robbers Impli
cated in several daring holdups
here recently. The latest exploit
of the woman was a raid upon a
downtown cafe where the proprie
tor was fatally wounded and th«
cash register looted of $15.
FALLS 3 STORIES
CHICAGO, Oct. 5. — Falling
from the third story of a down
town hotel, Mrs. A. E. Taylor,
wife of Dr. A. E. Talor, former
professor of physiology at the
University of California, is dead
She stepped up on the radiator
to open the window and when he •
returned with the water his wife
had disappeared. She was pick- .
ed up dying from the sidewalk
AMES, lowa, Oct. 5. —A great
democratic rally at which Got*
ernor Woodrow Wilson, the dem
ocratic candidate for president,
and William Jennings Bryan will
be the principal speakers, will ba
held at Lincoln, Neb., Bryan'*
home town, tonight. Before
leaving here for Lincoln, Gover*
nor Wilson told the newspape*
men here that he was more than!
satisfied with his trip.