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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST
Co.. The Competent. TeL Main 101.
109 80. 10th si.
TACOMA TITLE CO.. the competl
tor. cor. Fidelity Bldg. Main 2194
104 A st. Stables 6th ft St. Helens. T.
C. * B. Trans. Co. Main 43.
PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 64.
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Allen McCullough, B. A.. minim? en
gineer, chemist; smelter shipments
superintended. 114- D. Main 3007.
V. A. Latcliam, attorney-at-law.
403-5 Berlin bldg. Main 2240.
LORENZO DOW. atiorney-at-law.
201 Nat, nk. Com. Main 366.
GOLD GROUND—Ladles and rents.
Pest shire In city. 1112% Pac. ttv.
Nicholson, sun and electric printing.
608-7 Fidelity Bldg. Main 474.
Good wheels, right prices. Lock
imlth. M.ike's Repairs. 1338 Com.
HOUSES built and part of money
i»nt. 206 Equitable.
Tac. Furniture ft Repair Co., spe
. cialists. 1107 So. 11th. Main 9743.
NEW and repair work. O. H. Eg
gleston. 1806 Court C. Main 1773
Typewritten circular letters, etc.
Tacoma Duplicating Co., Chamber
of Com. Bid.. Tacoma. Main 654.
YAK KLEAN Vacuum Cleaner; will
rent you machine or furnish com
petent operator. Main 2754.
H. L. HOUCK—Carpet beating, re
fitting and laying; feather reno-
IS tln Mat" d . upholstering. 1(11 «th
*"■ Main 325.
Nicholson. lot surveys, platting
.. gen, engineering. aOi-f Fid. Bid.
CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
LUCKEY'S DYH WORKS. 738 St
Helens. Gents 1 suit, skirt or Jacket
cleaned and pressed 60c up. Quick
calls and delivery. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Main 7161. '"•"""•
1. A. DONALDSON. Sll 3th st. 20
years' experience. Tel. Main 7480
Ladles' suits a specialty; rates rea
sonable. Room 1. Hostwick Hotel.
COLEMAN * HAHN ELECTRIC CO
Motors and generators repaired'
armature winding, general repair-
Ing. 1123 A st. Phone Main 6327.
HACKS FOR FUNERALS
Tocamo cemetery, 14; Catholic cem
etery. 16. Pac. Trans. Co. Main 54.
HOTEL PIERCE, 919 H SO. 0 ST.
Newly fur, steam heated.
HOTEL GORDON — Good clean
rooms, 250 and up. 1306 Vi Pac.
ay., Main 1808.
HOTEL GRAYS HARBOR, under
new management. 1609 Commerce.
C. Frederlcksen, Manager.
BAKER Hotel. 732 Commerce st
Board and room. Mrs. Merrltt.
LAWRENCE HOTEL—Rooms 12.00
week up. 1 block from P. O. and
1318 80. D St.
Every room a bright outside room,
with hot and cold water, hot water
heat, large roomy closet; 3 blocks
from business center; free baths
and phone. Rates 12.50 per week
tip. Transient 600 and 11.00.
MASSASOIT HOTEL, 17 th and C
stß., two blocks from depot. Rrns.
15c, 18 o and 600 night; $1.25. 11.20
and $2.00 week. Meals 16a up.
COLONIAL, opp. city halL Dandy
WHITE'S HOTELNewIy furnished
transient and T-eekly, 3to and
10c 110V4 So. 14th. near Pacific.
HOTEL VICTORIA — New. modern,
fireproof bids;. Rooms 60c, 750
and up. llim So. C. Phone M. 8464
SEVEN and 8 per cent mortgages
for sale. Lennox Investment Co.,
WOOD AND COAIi
PETERSON BROS., hay. grain, poul
try supplies and coal and wood.
10th and K. Phone Main 331.
MOVING AND STORAGE
PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 84.
COMMERCIAL TRUCK CO.; 2 larg
est and best warehouses In city.
Large furniture vans, express
wagons and motor trucks. Packing
by experts. Reduced freight rates to
east Office corner 19th and Pacific.
Main 70«. ... ■--
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY TRANSFER *.-
-1 .v ... ■ STORAGE CO.
I 1721 Pacific avenue, two large ware
bouses. We pack, ship, move and
| store everything; rooms under lock
£nd for household goods and milio.
lain 310. ..> .. ■ -■ - ,■?.,-- .-■•-.
] PAINTING & -; PAPKRHANGING
PRANK jR. HANSBON. 73S St. 1' ul
I - ens ay. Phone Main 6142.
THE T. & C. Co., estimates given.
1121 So. A St. Phone Main 6100.
3 SHOE REPAIRING; : „•"
Quick Shoe Repair Shop, 916 Corn.;
■ n reasonable, best work. Main 441».
Werner ' ft ' Hot,' ■■ Oooarear ' Quick
1 • Shoe ' Repair Co.. * t*3 Commerce.
~=i'jgiSOICTTORS WANTED. '•?£S
DO t you "■ want * to : be i In •'■ the • swim
.•. and i make > money? >We have an
opening - for . you. ,- Call at. 7<7 - So.
Elliott, 610 Bkrs. Trust Patents.
" Trade Marks. Drawings. Main 677».
. STORAGE |V
STORAGE, vans and trucks for
■ moving. Phono Madison 591.
WE sharpen safety razor . blades.
All work guaranteed. Vlrges Drug
Co. 1124 Pacific ay.
. OLIVER HENRY, Tacoma Garbage
! Co. Main 6406. Contracts made
for cleaning yards, vaults and cess
. poola. Garbage removed by month.
AMERICAN GARBAGE CO. — Re
. moving garbage and refuse of all
. kinds 216 Puy. ay. M. 742. res. 7539.
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Cures rheumatism and kidney ilia
eagfi. 759 So. C st. Main 6284.
MONEY TO LOAN
BOB'S LOAN OFFICE
' We loan money on watches, cloth
ing Mil goods of value. 1307 Com.
' ONE! hundred and up to loan. l,«n-
vox Investment Co., 20« Eyultable.
1 $ $ $ STATE SECURITY CO $ % $
; $10 to $100
Loans on your personal note at the
lowest rates in Tacoma. Weekly or
• monthly payments. Rebate given If
paid before due. Each transaction
1 HOURS 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
SATURDAY To 8 I". M.
STATE SECURITY CO.
$ 3 $ 307 CALIFORNIA BLDG. $ $ $
MORTGAGE loans for any amount.
; Allyn-Hlll Co., lit South mh st.
ONE hundred and up to loan on
realty. Lennox Investment Com
pany 208 Equitable bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN, plenty of It, low
est rates, no delay. Gunston-
1 OUR OWN MONEY TO LOAN
Upon City and Farm Property.
Low Charges: no Delay.
W. N. DOUB & CO.. INC.
' 707 Fidelity Bldg. Main 463.
SEE me for money. Geo. Walter
' Russell. 812 Equitable Bldg.
I HAVE just received several
thousand dollars to loan a 7 and
8 per cent Inquire J. L. gnapp, 1318
6, 6 and 7 PER 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.
' without commission.
; L. R. Manning * Co., Equitable Bid.
MORTGAGE LOANS In amounts
, from $300 tip; low rates; no delay.
NORTON * CO.. 210-11 Berlin Bldg.
' SHORT TERM CHATTEL LOAN&
| 418 CALIFORNIA BLDQ-.
MONEY to loan on real estate, any
' amount from $300 to $25,000. H. V.
I 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 ft CO., Inc.
216-219 Tacoma Bldg.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
I and others, upon their own names,
cheap rates, easy payments, confi
dential. D. H. Tolman, Room 331
• Provident Bldg.
ON Imp. real estate. L. N. Hansen
' it Co., Tacoma Bldg. 11th ft A st.
, CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS
D. D. DRAKE
$5 to $100
Quick loans on furniture, pianos,
' storage receipts, etc. 1410 Natl.
, PORTER and Janitors' supplies,
brushes, etc V. E. Johnson, 736
St. Helens ay.
DR. WARREN BROWN. General
office practice and skin and
venereal diseases. 206 Equitable
DR. ROBB. Sol Provident. Main
3778. Chronic diseases, general
, DR. FOREMAN, SURGEON.
• Bankers Trust Bldg.
! DR. L. B. ASHTON, Phys., Surg.
The Hyson, Hours 2-4, Main 7816.
i DR. PAUL. PHYS. ft SURG. X-RAY.
1111-12-13 Fidelity Bldg.
ORIENTAL—Dr. K. Ito, disease of
genlto-urlnary. 1512H C. Main 9767
Dr. Yocum moved Natl. Realty Bid*.
Day, Main 600; night. Main 7600.
DR. JAa A. LA GASA—Diseases of
women and surgery. Genlto-urln
ary diseases. 3d floor Natl. Realty
Bldg. Hours 2-4 and 7-8.
DR. J. W. CLINE, 3525» McKinley
ay. Surgery and general practice.
Phones: Office Main 254; Res. Main
DR. C. E. CASE, surgeon, gynecolo
gist Office 1114H So. Kit Res
idence 1010 So. nth St. Phones:
Office. Main 6887; res.. Main «93.
Da THYNO. SURGEON
Surgery and consultation only.
1201-1205 Fidelity Bldg. Main 400.
DR. BTOTENBUR. Office 422 Bank-
Mai" Mli" BW"n *80 Re*
LARGE new stock of wall paper.
very latest designs and patterns.
Acme quality paints, adapted to the
western climate. A. a. Johnson ft
Co.. 1142 C st.
_. PRINTING •
COMMERCIAL BINDERY ft PTO.
CO., Inc., 756-768 Commerce st!
Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders.
Loose leaf devices.
203 Natl. Realty Bldg. Main 1819.
313 Bavage-Scofleld Bldg. M. 6*l.
,t.* , HARNESSMAKER.
MANUFACTURER of leather goods,
suit cases, etc.. A. F. Uoska, 1307
Pacific ay. -■■■■ ■• : - •_
• WINKS AND LIQCOR3
LANQERT LIQUOR CO., 1116 Pac
ay., wholesale and. family trade
solicited. Free delivery. Main 6022.
FURNISHED 5 HOUSES
FOR 't RENT - — * I-room * furnished
house.l close In; . rent reasonable.
Phone Main 4495. •-
GIRL for general housework, 2 In
family. Apply 516 No. J morn
lngs, or 1136 Pacific ay.
CHAMBERMAID to assist In dining
room. Northern Pacific, Hotel,
WANTED—A girl for light house
work at 1513 80. M at.
WANTED — Woman to organise
Mothers' Pension League to ob
tain pension law for Washington;
$5 a day and permanent position
for woman of ability. Henry Nell,
Father Mothers' Pension Law, 443
South Dearborn St., Chicago.
WANTED—SchooI girl to assist
with housework In exchange for
good home. Phone Main 2370 morn
liiks or evenings.
WANTJBI)—Good, neat girl to as
sist with general housework.
Proctor 133. 3905 North 10th.
WANTED—A good strong woman
for general housework, one that
Is willing to go to Steilacoom Lake.
Phone Main 7897-J3.
WANTED—A girl for general
housework at 415 No. Sheridan
aye. Family of 3; 6-room cottage.
GIRL wanted, general housework.
3020 No. 22nd. Phone Proctor '150.
THY our 60c FAMILY WASHING.
Famous Washing Co. Main 6464.
TAILORS' and dressmaker-)' sup
piles. Albert E. Bnur Co.. 1117 11th.
CANCERS cured without knife or
plastar; consultation free; Stephen
Johnson, school bouse crossing.
Fern HIIL ._*
Welnstone.ladles'sults $10 up.505 »tn
WANTED—By young lady, position
»» accompanist or as pianist In
orchestra, Phone Proctor 1236 or
3(iL'3 No. 7th St.- i
WANTED—PIain sewing or em
broidery to do at home; also
roomers. 812 So. Junett St. Phone
Family Washing 50c
Metropolitan Wet Wash Laundry
TYPEWRITING iaUd multlgrapb
work. Main 654.
WANTED—Neat strong boy with
bicycle, for delivery. Phone Main
BOYS wanted to work In glove fac
tory. Apply 2624 So. E.
WANTED — Room mate, modern
room, facing Pacific ay. Phone
Main 2566. room 24.
AGENTSLive deal for live agents,
make dollar an hour. Call room
12, Arcade hotel, 9to 10 a. m. 7 to
8 p. m.
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOU Special
rates for 10 days. 1912 Jefferson
MEN wanted for lumber yard
work. Steady employment. Ap
ply 308 California bldg.
TWO good men to do work at
houßemoving. Phone Main 4277.
J. I*. Becker & Son.
BOY wanted to work In tinware
factory. Center and Alaska st., In
Wept Coast Stamp Co. Bldg.
A YOUNG man can earn his tuition
doing light easy work while at
tending Business College. Address
Box T-6, Times.
SOLICITORS wanted for a Tacoma
corporation; good money paid to
good men. 322-23 California Bldg.
ti»y "I saw It In the Times".
BUSY MEN AND WOMKN "find"!!
convenient to telephone their For
Sale and Want Ads to The Times.
Main 12. Only one cent a word.
crete work and general lobbing
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED—I% or 2 lots " facing
west, north or south, on paved
street. Give price and location.
Address Box D-6, Times.
6V4*S view camera and lens, good
condition. State lowest price.
Address Box D-4, Times.
WANTED TO BUY— good 5 or 6
room house, In walking distance.
State price and location. Address
Box D-5, Times.
WANTED TO BUY from owner,
100x120 at extremely low price
on M or N St., near 6th ay. Cash
Address Box B-2 Times.
PLEASANT furnished rooms,
steam heated, In private family.
1122 No. M. Main 4305. *
PLEASANT furnished room, with
private family, at 1026 No.
Steole $1.25 a week. Phone Main
FURNISHED rooms for gentleman
with or without board. 3321 6th
2, 3 and 4-r. unites cheap. Single.
Yak. House, 2712; So. Yak. ay.
GOOD sleeps, clean baths. sure
calls. The Henry George, 104 12th.
FURNISHED rooms modern,
walking distance. Irving hotel,
553 So. C st.
HOTEL MODERN—Nicely furnished
corner rooms; single, $1.25 up;
hskpg., $2.00 ur» 1904 D st. and
1945 So. E. Private baths. Free lndy.
FURNISHED rooms. $1 week up.
1644 So. D st.
HAMBURGER DOC. Tacoma's hot
sandwich king, prepares the
quickest hot lunch obtainable at
his Playa del Rey, 1128 So. C st.
EVERYBODY Is doing —what—
signs. Johnson will do It for less.
Main 1349. 115 So. 14th St.
WANTED TO BORROW
OBTAIN 7 and 8 per cent by lend
inß on mortgages. Lennox In
vestment Co.. 206 Equitable.
WILL pay 9 per cent for 2% years
on acreage worth $5000. Address
Box X-12, Times.
ROOMS AND BOARD
PLEASANT modern front room for
lady, with board, $4.60 per week.
Home cooking, walking distance.
Main 3993. 1011 So. 3rd.
BAY "I saw It In the Times."
ROOM" with or without board.
Mrs. Crow. 416 Bo B. Main «1»4.
GOOD SMALL STORE
For rent cheap. 807 Pacific ay.
Wanted — Miscellaneous
WANTED—Furnished ■ rooms '-■* for
light housekeeping, easy walking
distance from 26th and Pacific. Ad
dress Box D-7, Times., . --J*
THE TACOMA TIMES.
On which side of the fence are you, the
winning or the losing side ? Times Want
Ads are always winners, and if you follow
them you can't lose. Read them every day
for husiness opportunities, etc. Phone
READ THESE ADS
BEFORE! buying; your heating stove
call on Purkey Brothers, 1316-18
C st., where you will see the very
best and latest to be found. We
are agents for the famous Grent
Western Air Tight, for wood, also
the Great Western Duplex, for
either wood or coal. These stoves
are made according to the most
modern Ideas of construction, ami
are the most durable and econom
ical stoves ever put on the market.
We can furnish our customers with
heaters from $1.50 to $27.00.
Cast iron top, polished steal body
18-Inch wood 13.50
20-inch wood $4.60
24-inch wood $6.00
Air tight, make and renovated.
M. H. ULVIN
Tel. Main 6844. 1125 Tacoma Ay.
YES; we buy fresh and fat cows.
Boston Maiket, ZiiZ Pac. ay. Tel.
FOR SALE—Ducks, 6 months old!
cheap. 5937 So. I st. Phone Main
FOR SALE—9OO-lb. horse, buggy,
harness, complete $60. Take Span
away car to park entrance, go east.
Inquire for Bertram. Apply tore
noons or evenings.
COW, part Jersey, will be fresh In
two months. Price $35. Austin
Peterson, 902 No. Verde.
FOR SALE—Range, heater range,
dining table and other furniture.
1429 So. 42d st.
FOR SALE—One 4-cyllnder auto
mobile, $200. Main 3314.
FOR SALE —2 milch cows, one Jer
sey and one Holsteln. Phone Red
FOR SALE—Fixtures of butter,
egg and grocery store, one of
the best locations In city, cheap
rent. Will sell less than cost, a.s
I am moving to larger store. Call
Main 2499 or Madison 449.
FOR SALE—A fresh cow, Hol
stein and Jersey mixed. So. of
Fife siiiiion, Interurban car. John
ft*Oß SALE —English setter thor
oughbred hunting dog. Price $25.
Main 6893 or 3829. McKlnley aye.
FOR SALE —Two young sound
mares; also buggy and harness
and saddle. 2r. 19 So. E st.
FOR BALK—Piuno, as good as new;
will trade or sell on terms to
suit. Phone Main 9968. 1108 So. I.
FOR SALE—Cheap, big team of
Clydesdale horses. Phone Main
5020 or call 1549 So. E St.
FOR SALE—Houseboat in first
class condition, reasonable terms.
Phone Main 3127.
FOR SALE—Horses, from 1000 to
1700 pounds; all horses guaran
teed. 1332 Commerce st. Phone
GOOD gentle work horse, 1050 lbs.,
$65. 319 11th St. Main 5763.
LARGEST and best selection 2nd
hand stoves, ranges and heaters.
Second-hand goods bought. Morran,
2422 Pacific. Main 2327.
THE EVERGREEN NURSERY
So. 12th and Stevens
Nothing butter on the coast than
we can give you In fruit trees, or
namental, roses, etc. No risk. We
guarantee stock. Proctor 1616.
SPLENDID bargains In second
hand adding Ynachlnes In all the
standard makes. H. D. Baker, 502
Savage-Scofield Bids;. Phone Main
WE buy and sell everything. $5
gas stoves a specialty. 1317 Com
merce. Phone Main 9392.
ALT HEIDELBERG BEER
Columbia Brewing Co. Order a
case. Main 229.
WANTED to buy household goods.
Wm. Fltz-Henry Co., 10? So. 12th.
Tel. Main 8730.
MARSHALL wants your second
hand goods. 1149 C st 'Main
EOME one wants what you want to
sell. Get In touch with them
through The Times "Want Ad" cot
FINE Chinese teas and silk weai.
tram Hlng Co., 1354 So. D. I
Mitchell Nursery, Larchmont.
Fruit, shade and nut trees, berries,
roses, bulbs, hedge plants, peran
nlals. etc. Main 7871 R-6.
FOR SALE—IO head workln*
horses, weight 1000-KOA; 10 sat
double set harness. 1148 Pac ay.
SHUETT—Finest line of 2nd hand
goods on market. 1348 Com. »i
LOST—Small pocketbook Mondn*
Out. 28, containing about %1(K
name Inside. Return to A. Hansen, .
care I. M. Larsen A Bong, 80» A sa.,
LOST—The night of Oct. 29 T .
miles south of Spanaway, 1 black
mare, weight about 800 lbs.; had
halter on and was heading for Ta- ■
coma. If found please inform HJ.
Nyman, 1613 Pacific ay.. Tacoma.
PHONE Mali* II4S and wa will call •
PaiUorlum. fit Commarc* at.
rOUND— English setter, male dog,
on my premises, 5225 McKlnley. "
Please Identify. Pay charges, and
remove. A. Hock.
GOOD news for you at Everybody's I
Studio. Call 1116 C at I
POULTRY AND EGGS
ONE year old Whits Leghorn hen
» for sale, any amount; good strain,
at ft bargain. Call Madison «6T.
FUR SALE CHEAP—Furniture for
4-room house; 36 young chickens
about ready to lay, Rhode Island
7 Iteds and Barred Rocks; potatoes,
J wood In shed; cheap rent; garden
, tuuls. 1221 No. Madison.
I FOR SALE—About 60 thoroughbred
White Leghorn pullets, April
> hatched; also a few Barred Hock
<■ pullets now laying. Tako Spana
way car to park entra.noe. go east
Inquire Bertram. Apply forenoons.
300 chickens, 10 varieties all thor
•Mitrhbied, for sale cheap. Main
HI.IK Audalusian cockoreTs and
one 18 mos,; strong, virile birds,
11.30, Sond to S. H. Bollnian, Glen
Pon't sprinkle the chickens, put
Electric insect powder in dust bath,
kills the lice, harmless to chickens.
I'rown Drug Co. and grocers, or
' .tin 831!) for free demonstration.
COMPLETELY fti rnlshe<l~T^roomcd
cottage, ,1 blocks from Point line
pns range, light and water; $10
month. . 3316 No. Ferdinand st.
COTTAGES for rent—4-r., 1120 Kant
28th, $9; 1317 East 28th, 4-r. and
b., $10; 3847 East X, 3-r., |4. Len
n<ix, 206 Kqultable.
EAST End house, all new, modern
bungalows, 3. 4. S and 7 rooms.
Main 2025. Ed Ponahue.
RENT a hou«T«nd w« will furnish
It for you for cash or easy pay
ments. Tap. Fiirnltur* Co.. »11-1* C
Furnished housekeeping roams Sl.uu
week up. 1«42 So. D & Jefferson.
FOR RENT—2 and S-room suites
water and light paid, reasonable.
324 No. G St. Main 8761.
FOR RENT—Three furnished front
housekeeping rooms. 1346 So D
THREE modern housekeeping
„ rooms, $10.50 per month. 815 So.
Hskpg. & single rms. 740 So. E St.
WELL furnished housekeeping and
single rooms, steam heat, modern
conveniences; reasonable rates. 902
So. G and 9th sts.
THE ANTLERS—Furnished hskp*.
rms.; modern: ct-ntral; 1116^4 C.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON,
FOR PIERCE COUNTY—Cane No.
Julia Miller, plaintiff, vs. William
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON,
TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND
ANT, WILLIAM MILLER, you are
hereby summoned to appear within
twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you if served
within the State of Washington,
and within sixty days after the
service of this summons upon you,
exclusive of the day of service, 11
served without the Stat« of Wash
ington, and serve a copy of your
answer on the attorney for plaint
iff at the address below Stated;
and in case of your failure so to
do. Judgment will be rendered
against you according to the de
mand of the complaint which has
been filed with the Clerk of the
above entitled court.
The object of this action Is to ob
tain a decree of divorce for the
plaintiff and against the defend
ant on the ground of non-support.
... _ F. R. BAKER,
101 East Road, Prospeot Hill, Ta
F. M. CARNAHAN,
Wa AUorney' 8 Otttce. Tacoma,
WEST and South Side corner store
sites, on which we'll build. Len
nox Investment Co., 208 Equitable
FOR SALE—Laundry. Must sell as
the owner has to leave city; fl4(>
trade per week. Price $1200. Ad
drc-ss Box C-l, Times.
AUK you satisfied with your Job?
If not, call at 767 So. C st.
FOUR chair barber shop, doing a
good three-chair business, cheap
for cash, or will trade for city
lots or acreage. M. G. Baker, 770
FOR SALE OR TRADE* one 10l
near the Franklin school. Will trade
or driving horse or'milch cows.
Phone Main 6298.
BOUTHSIPE lots near Mann school
•with sewer, etc., to swap for cot
tage on west or north side. Len
nox Inv. Co.. 206 Equitable.
BUNGALOW to swap for lots. Len
nox Inv. Co., 206 Equitable.
FOR Puyallup VaUey lands. see
Harry V. Smith 204 Provident bMg
•f^or Sale or Trade
Snap today In one 6-room house,
one 6-room house, 6th ay. A gro
cery to trade for vacant lots. It's
business for you to look these up
and make money.
O. N. JOHNS
.117 California Bldg.
7-riiinn house, close In, paved
street, for lots, Went End, or small
house. Call »4I Comsasrce. Main
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE
A SOLDIER OF THE SKY
By William Shepherd
PARIS, Nov. s.—You have
read of the Italian and German
aviators who are flying with the
Bulgarian armies in the Balkans.
The cables have told you, I
think, of the French aviators who
were culled at the last minute to
Constantinople to help the Tur
Today the most feared soldier
in Europe is the aeroplane oper
And the greatest of these are
the flying men of France.
I have just had the most thrill
ing experience of my life—a ride
into the clouds with the most
skillful nir .soldier in the French
I wanted to find out by the
closest personal observation In or
der that I might tell American
readers about it, how these army
dare devils act In the air, how
BALANCE LIKK HEVT
PRICE ONLY $950
An attractive new home, rooms
all plastered, electric lights, plumb
ing, etc.; IV4 lots, fine garden soil.
A splendid buy.
mi tin- in ix.. .v |»TT. CO.
301-2-3 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Mil. INDUSTRIOUS MAN
What about those wonderful cel
ery, garden tracts. 72x310 ft., best
garden land In the state? $500.
easy payments suit; ready for the
T. W. ASPINALL
604-7 Natl Realty Bldg.
Main 573. Evening Phone 4676.
For sale. One acre fruit ranch
In Puyallup, 84 bearing trees, %
acre in evergreen blackberries, $1,
--300; mortgage, $600; balance $100
down, $15 pur month. Phone Mad
6-room house, 1% lots, barn and
shed, fruit and berries. Owner,
4125 80. J. Tel. Madison 400.
I <>U SALE]
Ten acres In all, a large 7-room
house, good spring water piped to
the house, a small orchard, 2 barns
and chicken houses; close to state
road and county; good level land
and all under cultivation; E minu
tes' walk from the station. 1401
80. Q st.
$7 PER MONTH
A new house and two good clear
ed lots in good location; 5-cent
car fare; a good proposition. More
lots if desired. Price $500.
J. M. CURTIS
21t Bankers Trust Bldg.
Do You Want a North
We have a residence site one
block from Point Defiance car line,
on the corner, with paved street in
front. We will build you a house
on this property, making the plans
to suit your own ideas. We can
offer you every Inducement in
good design of house, and easy pay
ments, and will be pleased to talk
with you about it, at
111 So. 10th Street.
New Jersey Mortgage
For sale. 6-room house, I' 4 lots
n 6th add., near 41st and J sts.;
ill assessments paid; good plumb
ng bath. Main 2929. $1100, $600
■ash, bal. $1S per month.
RANCH TO RENT
5-acre berry ranch to rent, walk-
Ing distance from city; 4-room
house, barn, chicken house, fruit
house, good well, valley soil and of
the best. A snap for a good renter.
Can keep 4 or 6 cows.
J. W. Hoops & Sons
224 Natl. Realty Bldg.
Investment or Trade
Owner offtrs 80 acres near Niili
cotta on Wlllapa bay, finely locat
ed between ocean bench and fresh
water lake, near popular summer
resorts and can now be platted:
over two million feet spruce and
hemlock aaw timber and piling
handy to mills and proposed jet
ties, some cranberry land, at $60
per acre for quick deal. Logged-off
lands near by are held at f75 t<*
$100. Would consider trading part
for 10 to 40 acres Improved adja
cent to Taroma, dealing with own
ers only. Phone Main 572 between
4 and 6:30 p. m. or address T. !>.,
1028 11th St.. Tacoma.
FOR SALE—A farm of 45 acres,
near good town; will take good
house and lot as part payment. In
quire 812 So. 86th St.
Snap. 2 fine corner lots 50x142,
7-room house, shop; grading done;
half cash, 5636 East O and 17th.
QAHDF.N and poultry one-acre
tracts near Larchmont, on Puyal
lup car, $600; $10 down, $10 month
ly. Lots in exchange. Lennox In
vestment Co.. SOU Equitable.
For sale by owner, a place of 8
acres, well Improved, about 2
blocks south of Fife station on In-
Ururban Una. John Hwanson.
Brefci (on riiilit) and Shepherd
ready to n«cend on the flight
which Shepherd describe*:; from
photograph made especially to ac
company this article. Below,
Ilregi being decorated with a
medal for his daring exploits In
they spy out things a thousand
feet below them on the earth—
in a word, WHAT IT MEANS TO
BE A SOLDIER OF THE BLUE
But before I write of my flight
New 6-room bungalow In West
End, best of plumbing and fixtures,
cement basement, $800 cash, balance
In monthly payments, 6 per cent in
terest. Box D-3, Times.
For sale, completely furnished
modern 6-room bungalow, nice lawn
and fruit trees. Phone Proctor
1907 at 7:30 p. m.
Cheap, 6-room house, 3 lots, $1,
--100. 6426 So. Prospect. Small cash
payment, balance to suit. Main 722
after 9 a. m.
Only $1200, terms $100 cash, $10
per month, 6-room house, 2 good
lots, close to car; a nice clean home
for rent money. Bargain worth $1,-
SOO. We build homes, easy terms.
Loans and Insurance.
Judges A Hill, 214 Bankers Trust
6 acres water front at Sylvan, all
In cultivation, 100 bearing trees.
Will exchange for Tacoraa property.
H. W. MYERS
428 Perkins Bldg.
$50 will take equity on house and
2 lots, chlcksn runs, city water; 2
blocks from cars; all furnished; 16
minutes' from city hall. Must sell
at once, leaving town. D-6, Timeß.
Whilst talkln' fer votes fer wlmmei t'other day I wuz inturupt«4
by James Wlllyum Brown, whose wife an' me went to skool t'gathuK
Ses he, "Aunty Want, I want to tell you rite here and now thet I r.
don't believe In votes fer wlmmen." Well, I Jest looked James Wilh
yum square in the eyes and ses I to him, "James Wlllyum Brown, I
'member the day when you also didn't believe In Times Want Ads, 3
but after you and me tied hed a short conversashun t'gather you wua I
convlnsed that Times Want Adz brung results and whut's more yo« $
giv them the chanst to make Rood, wlch they did, and this alon« A
should coavinse you thet when Aunty Want indorses enything wbaj^l
sumever, she kin always back up whut she sea.
fuesday, Nov. 5, 1912.
In the French army aeroplane, let
me tell about this remarkable
All France has lately rung
with his exploits. During the re
cent maneuvers, when the great
French army was divided Into
Blues and Reds, Bregi returned
after a flight one morning and
said to Gen. Dubois:
"Gen, Marlon of the Red army;
and his staff are in a little towa
at your rear."
"Impossible!" Bald the Blua
general. "Hig army is in front
"He's there Just the same,"
said Bregi. "I saw him and hIB
small force from my aeroplane."
Unbelieving, the Blue general
sent a small force to the town.
They returned with Gen. Marlon
and his staff prisoners.
This arrest, of course, ended
During the recent FrencW
troubles In Morocco 200 French
soldiers were besieged in Fes,
holding the Moroccans at bay.
One morning these soldiers saw
an aeroplane in the sky. It
dropped in a park, and down,
among the French soldiers
stepped another French soldier—i
Dregi. He had been ordered
from a point 60 miles away, to
fly to Fez. And he had flown.
He sailed away again, with thsj
Moroccan guns popping at him,
vainly, and within a few days
the French soldiers were relieved.
Their general had not known of
their plight until Bregi told bia
A HKAL SNAP
Half acre. 120x124, fruit trees,
strawberries, raspberries; 2-roomj
house, 3 chicken coops, all fenced,
$600 cash or some terms. Call
Thursday or Saturday evenings,
Sunday before noon, 642S So. hu>- I
S-room house and three acres of
good land, 1 acre cleared. Prlca
$1300. Good terms.
Benbow & McFarland
1114 Natl. Realty Bldg.
A real farm of 80 aores, 10 cows,
20 hogs, fine team of horses, all Im
plements. Will take 5 or 10 aores
In trade, balance cash or terms*
Two new 5-room bungalows fo»
acreage. 160 acres, Improved, cloai
to school and town, Guarantee to
sell your property In SO days. Al«
ways home evenings.
Real Estate. Fire Insurance. Loans*
Corner So. 11th and X st.