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Saturday, Nov. 16, 1912.
If You Gam Pay
You Can Own a Home
of Your Own
That may sound too easy to be true. But If you call
me up I will show you that I moan exactly'what I
say. If you have a family it is up to you to provide
a home for them. If you are living In a rented house
it will only be a matter of mouths until you will have
your rent raised, because most all the desirable
houses are taken now, and you know the landlord is
going- to raise the rent as soon as there is a demand.
Here's my offer —You may move into one of my
houses and start paying for the house in monthly in
stallments. As property goes up in value it will be
your home and not the landlord's. I've got a lot of
the nicest little bungalows you can imagine different
locations, but every one a bargain,
I can make you Independent if you give me a
Call me at Main 2028 any time, day or night.
ED. DONAHUE, Owmer
Twenty-two acres good land, close to Spanaway,
on county road, new 5-room bungalow, water piped
into house and barn; an excellent proposition for
chicken ranch, with accommodations for 3,000
chickens already built, and a good orchard of 300
trees. Kasy terms.
Bertelsoun <& Co»
Phone Main G859. 13061/. Pacific Aye.
I am the owner of a b<%autlf|il s
room bungalow with all nuiiern
Improvements, 2 full lots with |Len
ty of flowers and young; fruit tfTiea.
near a car line and school. Will
sell on terms ilka rent. Trice $2350.
For further particulars phone I'roc
tor 1672 or Main 6115.
K. D. MURPHY
EOS California Hl.lg.
Snap. 2 fine, corner lots 50x142,
7-room house, shop; grading done;
half cash, 3C3tj Kast G and 37th.
GARDEN and poultry one-acre
tracts near Larchmont, on Puyal
lup oar, $500; $10 down, $10 month
ly. Lotß in exchange. Lennox In
vestment Co.. 206 Equitable.
South Side lots near Mann school
with sewer, etc., to swap for cot
tage on West or North Side. Len
nox Inv. Co.. 206 Equitable.
FOR BALE—One 8-room house and
8 lots, most beautiful scenery on
■ound. plenty of fruit trees, plants
and clilrken houses. a bargain.
B«st offer cash or terms takes It.
Bea Mr. Geo. F. Keeney, Clg Harbor.
For sale or trade, dandy fruit
ranoh in Yukima valley, near rail
road and school. Price $3000. Ad
dress Box M-'S. Times.
FOR SALE cheap, G-room house
and outbuildings plenty tree
fruit. Lot 68x120. $1,000 cash.
Close in, improvements in. Ad
dress Dox M-4, Times.
Bungalow, 5-r., bath, toilet, lights,
food cooler, closets, 2 lots, garden,
fruit, wood Hhe.d, fence, Yak. ay
car, near 56th, $2250, $250 down,
$25 monthly Including interest.
Abstract, warranty. Lots taken as
?art pay. Lennox Investment Co.,
103 Commerce. R. 206.
Will handle 5 acres of orchard land
located at Lewlston, Idaho. The
apples from this orchard will pay
the purchase price in 2 years. Will
b« at this address only a few days.
You must act quick. W. H. Allard,
413 Tacoma Bldg.
IN THURSTON CO.
Located 3 miles from Olympla, I
have 80 acres of alder bottom land,
fine stream running through place.
(35 per acre, terms. W. 11. Allard,
413 Tacoma Bldg.
10 acres on Vashon island, fenced,
house, barn, chicken house, fruit,
berries, well and spring, for sale
on terms or will rent. O'Brien,
1102 9th ay., Seattle.
Two houses on one lot, one s
room. one fi-room, at 613 So. J. Will
accept the first offer. Terms.
Phone Main 7817.
For sale, a farm of 45 acres, near
■food town; will take good house
and lot as part payment. Inquire
812 So. 86th st.
•'GOOD BUYS IN GIG HARBOR. Get
in on the ground floor."
Fine, country home, nearly 6
acres. Improved, to trade for close
in residence. Mrs. Trambley, 10&
80. 9th St.
' A GOOD OPPORTUNITY AT A
40 acres of unimproved sage brush
land under the North Side Twin
Falls ditch, one mile from Wendell,
right on main county road and R.
R. Must sell, will take $500 cash;
water right will cost $33 an acre.
For further information address K.
B. N., Gen. Delivery, Wendell, Idaho.
In southern Idaho, one mile from
■rood town, 70 aores in crops, house,
barn. 10 head stock, granary; irri
gated land. Will take part Tacoma
H. W. MYERS
4JB Perkins Bldg.
Good 4-r. house and 2 lots at
Manlto Park. Price $800, $10 down
and $10 monthly. Call owner. Main
10 acres on Maury island, $500,
good land, * mile from boat land
ing. Address Charles Wilson, 4411
88th ay. So.. Seattle Wn.
A house , conven
iently arranged will
appeal to every
housekeeper. If it
Is new, with every
make |t comfort
able. It will appeal
to all the family.
If the prica la
right, terms rea
sonable and loca
tion all that could
be desired. It la
ing. We have such
a, place, and will be
glad to show it to
NEW JERSEY MORT
GAGE LOAN CO.
11l So. 10th it.
$10 PER MONTH HOME ~*
Two good lots less than one block
from car line, and a good cottage
with closets, porches anil wood
shed, in good shape to move into.
Price $850, on terms of $25 down
and $10 per month.
J. M. CURTIS & CO.
314 Bankers Trust Bldg.
EAST SIDE BUNGALOW; 5-r., 2
lots on corner; walking distance
factories; $1000, $100 down, $20
monthly. Also, South Side modern
bungalow with 2 nice lots In fruit;
5-r., near 56th; $2250, $150 cash, $20
monthly. One lovely C-r. North Side
house with sleeping porch, best
plumbing; basement; lot 33x120; on
Point car, near Proctor; $2250, $200
down, $25 monthly. Three lots, on
South L, with sewer, etc., all paid,
$333 each, on payments ft desired.
Also a fine corner on No. Washing
ton, 60x120, $600. Two lots on West
12th, near Franklin school; asphalt
paving and sewer paid, $500 each;
will build house if desired, or a
small ■tore. This Institution will
sell on easy rent payments; will
build any kind of a house or store;
It also takes other realty In ex
change; it always keeps money on
i hand to loan at 6 to 8 per cent, and
buys and sells mortgages and land
contracts; it owns the property it
deals in. Call and see lists and
LENNOX INVESTMENT COMPANY
208 Equitable Bids.
- For sale by owner, C 628 So. Alder
st., land 120 ft sq.; good small
house, Rood outbuildings, city wa
ter, lights, $1150; terms. Madison
- New 4-room house, 2 lots 50x120
each, clear and fenced, a few shade
trees, wood shed, city water, 5c
car fare. Price $800, on terms. A
very neat place for the money.
A 6-room shingled bungalow
with two porches, 2 fine level lots
8 feet above street grade, wood
shed and chicken house; close in,
15 minutes' ride, close to car; city
improvements all in and . paid.
Price $1400, on terms.
..- H. ROBERT FAUX,
909 Natl. Realty Bldg.
- ■.- trade: for this
f 60-aere improved farm at - Gig
Harbor with stock and tools, •It
acres cleared. Want smaller place
on oar line, close to Tacoma, Price
$4500. See us for exchanges.
SEE BURK FOR VALLEY LAND
204 Bankers Trust Bldg.
Acreage Oae Acre and Up
Price $25 and up, all kinds, valley,
orchard, timber, logged-off, im
proved and unimproved. We build
homes on easy terms, loan money,
write insurance. .-■■ -.■--■■-■ '■■*■---
Judge* A Hill, «1« Bankers Trust
Two acres 1 mile west of Sales
station, 6 miles from city hall, beau
tiful park like trees, level; worth
at least $400. Price $300; terms if
'*T:'w.^pmAii, -*:■ '•-
T. W. ASPINAUC
604 Natl. Realty . Bids. ' Main [ 873
927 H A A D C Btapleton to
E A Worley 82 c 25 ft L 26
B 2 Stouts G V ad 10
928 Dora N Osness to Win X
Peague L 25-26 B 3 Helnioru
930 North Coast Mm & M Co
to A J Huntlngton L 3-4 B
726 Woodruffs ad 1
931 Wllburn Fall-child & wf to
Lou Evans L 5 B 1318 T 1
939 O E Darling & wf to Mattie
P Clay L 1 to 4B 7 Myrtle ad 10
944 Milton Dunlap & wf to C J
& Grace E Vaughan L 9-10
B 41 Bklys ad 3350
940 J O Thomas Jr & wf to A
J Sather L 22-23-50-51 B 1
Fort ad ■. 10
947 Tlman Gilbertson & wf to
Abraham Jackson L 23-24 B
16 Armour ad 200
948 Thoi W Garllck & wf to
Geo M Willison & wf L. 9-10
B 15 Hillcrest ad 10
939 G R Badgerow & wf to h G
Potter 2s L 10-11 B 16 lirgo
956 Floyd J Beach & wf to Car
rie M Parflt nw se nw & sw
se nw 30-18-5 10
957 ¥ E Clay & wf to A B Cro
sier se 32-IS-4 & sw sw 33
--18-4; e2 sw sw 33-18-4 10
958 A I! Crosier & wf to Scan
Am Bk Seattle Be 32 & sw sw
060 N P Ry Co to Great North
ern Hy Co 1.567 a In Tract 1
Inil ad .785 a in blk 7130 East
L vacated, blk 7138 & vacated
alley on S side; blk 7237 & So
2d st vacated, also parts of L
4 & I, 1 sec 4-20-3 beinpr 1.5 a 1
962 Robt Shank & wf to Win II
Jones 54.69*111 ft In L 1 B 16
Wapa to Hills ad SCO
9G3 Town of Bkly to Antone •
Benson L 6-7 H 143 Bkly eem 18
984 Cha« \V Jones & \v( to Mrs
D A Westervelt 47x53 ft In
tract 13 blk 57 amnd Ski Land
2 ad 10
970 Louis Larsen & wf to Win F
6 Bertha M Stark L 9 to 12 B
55 So Tac ad 10
971 Jno O Hutehlnson to Mote
yelus Basdona e2 L 2 B 8142
TLC 1 ad 180
iliac J J Conrad & wf to J W
Cline blk 30 Ski Land 1 ad . . 5
974 McConnell Warren Itlty Co
to Lauro H Miller L 10-11 B
1 McConnel "W Ulty Cos Whrs
& fac Rites , . 10
975 Oeo Harchar & wf to Ran
dall P Avery w2 L 8 L 9 B 4
Home Pk ad 950
977 Btaay, Richard. Victor &
Joe Zehnder & wva to C M &
P S Co 1.07 n In nw 24-20-4 7*oo
978 F II Spinning & wf to same
.876 a in nw 24-20-4 700
981 A II Co* & wf to Mattie Ack
ley .390 a in ne se 7-20-3... 10
985 Jno It Sillifant & wf to C A
Roy s2 L 11 L 12 B 15 Look
out Pk ad 1525
987 S M Cogshall to M D Cogs
hall tract 7 Woollands 5 a
tracts in w2 n« 10-20-4 10
988 Same to same e2 L 19 to
23 B 5 Mayhews ad Pern 11.. 10
989 Same to same Ii 9 to 20 Mid
land rtils 10
190 Same to same el L 1 to 3 B
027 Cntrul ad 10
991 Same to snme LI to 3 B
4824 S sine ad 10
992 Same to same und 1-8 lnt
In tract In ne sw 33-21-4.... 10
993 Bam* to same L 6 & n2 L
7 B 630 Aim ad 10
994 Same to same L 10 B 4723
5 side ad 10
OOOqc Rimer A Logan & v/t to
Jno II Mi'Quary & wf L 11
--12 B 803 Goodwins ad 1
OOS Wm T Bottoms & wf to
Francis Doollttle e2 s2 nw
sw no 15-20-3 L 8-10 B 6
Bismarck ad 10
010 Robt T Roberts to Goo A
Gordon L 1 to 4 B 37 Armours
011 Same to samo L 15 to 20
B 15 Palmers 1 ad '. .. 1
012 Same to same LB-9 B 35
L 1-2, 19 to 24 B 30 Clover
Lea ad 1
013 Same to same L 12 to 15
B 19 Wines ad 1
014 9 T & Jog Parker to W F
Thompson L 3 & n2 L 4 B 37
Mont Park ad 1500
015 Tallman Thompson Co to
Martin Bonkovlch L 1 to 3 B
13 Lakewood subdlv No 1 ... 325
019 Jno M Mounts et al to N P
Ry Co 100 ft wd over L 4 sec
4-18-le 50 ft over tract in
same sec 350
020 Fred Ingalls & wf to Bella
Pinder L 23 B 22 Home 1000
021 Mut Home Assn to Carrie
Gross I, 1 * 4 B 32 Home .... 1
022 Same to same L 1 & 4 B 19
L 1 & 4 B 32 Home 1
023 Same to same L 2-3 B 43
024 Same to same L 2-3 B 43
027 Tac Cemetery to Kmily r
Fergin L 30 blk 1 sec 12 Tac
O2Bqc Ira S Davidson & wf to
Ski Dtst 119 blk 12 Lake
Stlcm Pk 400
033qc L M & E A Carlton to
Gustave Sherman L 1 to 11 B
147 Univ ad Prklnd 10
035 Gustav Sherman & wf to
D B Trefethen & Loren Grin
stead L 1 to 11 B 147 Univ
ad Prklnd 275
036 Cap Rlty Co to August Skin
stad L 11-12 B 2 Cap Hts ad.. 10
037 E T Buck & wf to A A Hol
iliil L 11-12 B 29 Sacketts ad
049 Anton Tschochner & wf to
Glenn Kent ne & n2 L 4 sec
051 F M Jordan & wf to Ami
Co to W B Jndah un.l Vi s2
b2 s2 ne n\v 2-20-3; n2 si s2
up sw 2-20-3 10
053 L a Laursen & wf to Guil
der Upon L 17 to 20 B 8753
Ind ad ".' -. 700
054 Gustav Eberhardt & wf to
Ralph A Yoimkln & wf tract
24 Brookvvl tracts In sw se
nw 1-20-3 also ingress and
egress over Smith way & Blue
056 Otto SleK to Margaret J
Church L 7 B 4 Arlington pk 600
059 Oeo O Bwasey to Robt L
6 Perry Reedy tracts 7-8 of
48x440 ft each In no 32-20-3.. 1
062 Effle M Catto to P J Dela
, hanty & wf I, 21 B 1 Tlsdale ad 1
063 Oeo Alexander to same L 20
to 23 B 5 Hawkins ad 2000
064 Effle M & Jno A Catto to
same LIIBI Tisdale ad ... .2000
O66qc Stebblns Walker & Spin
ning to Edw .T Donahue el L
17 L 18 B 8849 Ind ad .; 10
067 Kdw J Donahue & wf to ■
Stebblns Walker ft Spinning
LIS&e2 L 24 B 3558 Ind ad. . 10
072 Annie Squakanlm to Etta
Harris n2 ne ne aw 6-20-4..2500
What will you give me (or 8
cleared lots and a 7-room, wood
fibre plastered house, larjto chick
en yard, well and barn, In town of
Brookdale, on Spanaway line,
Johnson's Crossing;; lota 1 and 1
and 40 to 46 Inclusive, plat 22. I
need th« money badly; no reason
able offer refused. - -'.-*,*
MRS. CHAS. a. FLORA
T2» Bth *»., Bremerton, Wash.
- ■ ..- Phone X, 288 i
$690 cash buys 6 fine lots In cen
ter of Fern Hill, fine. far a chick
en ranch; $250 cash for 4 water
view lots •In Spanaway; 6 acres
cleared valley land, will trade. Call
6008 Junett St.
■ 1% lots, McKtnley Park, 1 block,
from car line, $275; $10 down, $10
per month. Call Main 60*0. >>
If You Can Supply the '■ ■
Experience an«l Intelligent-^
We can get you started on a farm
of your OWN with a - very r little
money. The small farmer Is king,
but he must know how to play the
came. - Talk It over with - us. • - -
■ JOHN , MILLS, Puyallup. -
THE TACOMA TIMES.
Qrriop THE cJi&
STORE BURNS UP
STOCKTON, Cal., Nov. 16. —
The four story building occupied
by the Ruhl Goodell Hardware
company op Weber avenue was
totally destroyed by fire early to
day, entailing an estimated loss
Two persons saw George Sand
strom last Thursday on the road
between Puyallup and Woodland.
Thla Is the report of two special
deputies appointed by Sheriff
Robert Longmire to investigate
the 17-year-old lad's disappear
ance. Other than this, and the
fact that he had a shotgun in his
possession, nothing ia known.
Annie Sandstrom, the young
man's eiatnr, is here today from
Albany, Oregon, assisting in the
search. Large numbers of the
neighbors who believed he had
shot himself in the woods have
been aiding in the hunt to no
avail. The boy was living -with
the Gould family nt Woodland.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 16.
-—For the office or secretary of
agriculture in the new cabinet it
is reported today, President-elect
Wilson is considering three men
—all democrats. They are Chas.
S. Barrett of Union City, Ga.;
Joseph N. Teal of Portland, Ore.,
and Clarence H. Poe of Raleigli,
Norwegian ship Glenlul, well
known here, In dry dock at Newport
News for repairs. "Wrecked recently
off Capo Ilattfras.
Bohr. Forest Home bound for San
I>lo^o with lumber.
Schr. Gamblo bound for Hilo with
Str. Tricolor ar. for Vancouver
with lumber, flour and general
Br. bk. Eudora overdue from Hon
olulu to load wheat.
Str. Admiral Sampson, discharg
ing ore, will load for San Francisco
Str. Yukon will replacn Admiral
Sampson, Tacoma to Alaska,
Br. str. Algea, Taeoma-Medlter
ranean, reported at Mororan for
Str. Ililonian, loading freight for
Strs. President and Buckman left
yesterday for San Francisco with
Bktn. Archer, Tacoma-San Fran
cisco, unheard from.
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THE FEMALE OF THE SPECIES IS
MORE DEADLY THAN THE MALE
of $100,000. The fire is supposed
to have started la the basement
but the exact cause naa not be«n
A large quantity of holiday
goods hud just been received.
RICH MAN DIES
(Uy United Press Leased Wire.)
MTCHFIKLD, Conn., Nor. 16.
—Gustav 11. Schwab, former head
of Oclrichs & Co., New York, died
from hanging, and not from heart
disease, as was supposed, accord-
Ing to a death certificate on file
today by Dr. Page, medical ex
Schwab, who died Tuesday In
Dr. ttuel's sanitarium, committed
auiiide by hanging himself wltli
his bathrobe cord. His family
withheld the facts of his death.
NEXT, THEY ASK
B. D. Townsend, special gOV
ernment prosecutor who convict
ed C. T. Houston and John H.
Bullock of bunkoing the govern
ment by collusive bids on coal,
and who shook up the whole de
fense when he exposed an evident
attempt to bribe jurors who ren
dered the verdict into making
false affidavits to get a new trial,
suddenly disappeared yesterday
an is suppose to have gone to
It is believed those connected
with the Houston defense would
be perfectly willing to have him
remain away, but the fact that
Towusend Is likely to drop back
as suddenly as he left and spring
another mine under somebody In
connection with the false affi
davit filed by the defense Tor
Houston signed by Juror Samuel
Milleson is causing the official
in the federal building to be on
the alert for anything that may
The general sentiment is that
"If Towiisend stays on tho Jot>
there will be something doing."
HE'S J. RUFUS
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 16.—
The police are today in receipt
of a request to press the prosecu
tion of John K. Hudson, alias
John E. Ringling, self-reputed
nephew of the Ringling brothers
of circus fame, in behalf of the
circus. With the aid of the lo
cal Pinkerton officers, the police
are, bit by bit, piecing together
the meteoric career of the debo
nair young man, who is incarcer
ated for trying to "touch" a Port
land banker for $1,000 without
MAN SHOT BY
(I»y United Press Leased Wire.)
, SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 16.—
Shot below the heart Wednesday
while attempting to enter the
u horne of William S. Cooks, which
'he mistook for his own, John J.
Hyland, real estate man, died
here today from his injuries.
Cooks will be formally charged
TIDES AT TACOMA BVNDAV .
3:23 a. m 3.7 feet
.11:48 a. m 10.8 feet
i 7:48 p. m. 7.0 feet
10:30 p. m 7.1 feet
TIDES AT TACOMA MONDAY
Time. ...,+.-. Height.
4:19 a. m. 4.5 feet
12:12 p. m. 10.7 feet
7:33 p. m. 6.1' feet
What Tm»n« Admiro
Is hearty, j vigorous life, accord-
Ing to Hugh Tallman, of San An
tonio. "We find," he - write*,
"that Dr. King's New Life Pills
surety pat new I lite and ' energy
Into a . person. i» Wife, and I be
lieve they I are th« best made."
Excellent for stomach, liver | and .
kidney troubles. Jsc at Ryner
Malstrom Drug Co., 938 Pacific
ar. ; .;.. ;".,■ -.- . '■.* - >; lv ■".,;»;.'.'■■'•:
2 DIE WHEN
FRESNO, Cal., Nov. 1C. —Be-
cause C. Nelson attempted to
drive his automobile across the
track in front of an onrushing
train at Floyd, 10 mires west or
here, two persons are dead today,
and a third frightfully injured.
The dead are Mrs. C. MMMB ana
her IG-months-old bab\. Harold
Nelson, l», is not expected to re
cover. Nelson claims the en
gineer failed to sound his whistle.
"Men are such rude things,"
said the superclllioug girl.
"Has any of them dared to ad
dress you without an introduc
"No . But in a crowd onp got
his face all mixed up with my
hatpin and never even laid •*
--rupo me." —Washington Sttar.
GATEWAY TO CONSTANTINOPLE
The state In Constantinople through which the Balkan army will probably nmrrh, If it sac
ceetls In taking tho historic old town". This goto leads to the road to Adrlanople. It wos by thli
very gate, they say, that the Turks entored Constantinople In 14 58, and there placed the Mnhonv
modan crescent above the Christian cross, where it has been ever since. , j|
FIRST AIRMAN SLAIN IN WAR;
TURKISH GUNS PINKED HIM
First birdman to be killed In
warfare. He was brought down
by the Turkish cannon while
making a scouting flight over
, Rent your vacant ti.ints fhrotiga
a Times Want Ad. Only 'lc - •
word. Phono Main : IX. ..:••••
CHINESE WANT WAR
PEKIN, Nov. 16. —Demands Frenr-h and Japanese ministers to
are being made today upon Piesl- mediate ill the situation ure
deut Yuan Shi Kal hy prominent strongly opposed, especially that
Chines© that war be declared of Japan. It is feared that Presl
agalnst Russia in defense of out- dont Yuan will lie ovfirtnrown
er Mongolia. The offein of I'm Bt>l«M he yields to the clamor.
MOVING PICTURE ACTRESS
HAS A VERY CLOSE CALL
(By I'liited Press I>Pi»s<d Wire.)
LOS ANGELKS, Cal., Nov. IC.
Miss Mabel Normand, a mov
ing picture actress, is receiving
the congratulations of her friends
today on her narrow escape from
The scene was laid on Che
beach near Topango canyon, the
plot being that the heroine should
be tied to rocks and overcome by
the surf. An extra large breaker
washed Miss Noimand away and
diished her agniiißt the lagged
The Pern quarter In Court*ntlnopW, th« wealthiestS? Recttati
of the city i Mid , sometimes called ita "Fifth Avenue"—where <!!#
--orders already i have f been I reported ; and j looting in 1 sure ito I begin
the i moment • the Turkish J Mttbor Itlea'. lose ■ their grip Jon ) Ova " emr
trance 'of the ! victorious f Bulgarian*. .
rocks. She was drawn from tne
siirf, battered and imoußcioua.
WILL CALL 100
INDIAN ATOMS, Ind., Nov. 16.
——Announcement that the Htate
intends to cull 100 witnesses to
corroborate the chronological
story told by Ortte B. McManigal
was made today by Pro—
Charles W. Miller in the United
States court when the dynamite
conspiracy trial opened.