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ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST
Co., The Competent TeL Mala 101.
109 80. 10th St.
9TACOMA TITLE CO.. the compoti
lor. cor. Fidelity Bldg. Main 219*
104 A St. Stables 6th ft St. Helens. T.
C. ft B. Trsns. Co. Main 43. _
fAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main tl.
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Allen McCullough, 11. A., mining en
gineer, chemist; smelter shipments
superintended. 1142 I>■ Main 3007.
*'. A. l.utcliam. attorney-at-law.
403-5 Berlin bldg. Main 2248.
LOUENZO DOW. atiorney-at-law.
801 Nat. Ilk. Com. Main 356.
TAi'o.MA BHOK SHINING PAHLOKS
—We cuter to ladles and children.
12 chairs. !>o7'/i Pacific ay,
COLD GROUND—Ladles and rents
Bent me In city. 111 -"■» Pac. ay.
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JKk'hulson. sun ami electric printing.
. EU3-7 Fidelity HMg. Main 474
HOUSES built and pan of mono;
l.nt. 206 Equitable.
*; ■ ~^v~^-
Tac. Furniture A Repair Co.. spe
. clalUts. 1107 So. 11th. Main 9743.
NEW and repair work. O. H. Kg
_ Kieston. 1306 Court C. Main 1773
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Typewritten circular letters, etc.
Tacoma Duplicating Co., Chamber
of Com. Bid.. Tacoma. slain 654.
*»»>■ -- .-.-i.-.-.-ir.i-u-i.ri.ri..-.r..ii.-.i-_n.n_-_iji_,
yAK KUBAN Vacuum Cleaner; will
rent you machine or furnish com
pttent operator. Main 2754.
H. L. Carpet beating, re
fitting and laying; feather reno
vating and upholstering. 1813 6th
ay. Main 325.
CIVIL ENGINEER I
Nicholson, lot surveys, platting
_ gen, engineering, tOJ-7 Pld. Bid.
CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
LUCKEV'B DYE WORKS. 738 St
Helens. Gents' suit, skirt or Jacket
Cleaned and pressed 60c up. Quick
calls and delivery. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Main 71C1. "
J. A. DONALDSON. 811 Jth st. 20
years' experience. Tel. Main 7480
Ladles' suits a specialty; rates rea
■onablc. Room 1. Bostwirk Hotel.
COLEMAN ft HAHN ELECTRIC CO
Motors and generators repaired
armature winding, general repalr-
Ing. 1123 A St. Phone Main 5327.
HACKS FOR FUNERALS ~"
ffocemo cemetery $4; Catholic cem
ttery. 15. Pac. Trans. Co. Main 54.
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1316 So. D St.
ET.Vi r, ooma bright outside room,
with hot and cold water, hot water
heat, large roomy closet; 2 block*
from business center; free baths
and phone, Rates »2.60 per weak
tip. Transient tOe and $1.00.
Under new management, steam heat
anil hot water, $2.50 to $3.00 per
•week, BOc, 75c, $1.00 per day. 315%
80. 11th, cor. I) st.
A few more steam heated rooms at
Alaskan Hotel, 14th and Pacific.
lIOTEL PIERCE, 919 SO. C ST.
Newly fur. steam heated.
boBTWICK HOTEL, 758H C~"st!
HOTEL GORDON — Good clean
rooms, 25c and up. 1305 Vi Pac
y.v., Main 1809.
HOTEL GRAYS HARBOR, under
new management. 1509 Commerce.
C. Frederlcksen, Manager.
BAKER Hotel, 732 Commerce stT
Board and room. Mis. Merrltt,
LAWRENCE HOTEL—Rooms $2.00
week up. 1 block from P. O. and
11ASSASOIT HOTEL, 17th and C
sts.. two blocks from depot. Urns.
15c, 35c and 60c night; $1.25. $1.50
and $2.00 week. Meals 16c up.
POLONIAU opp. city hall. Dandy
WHITE'S HOTEL—Newly furnished
transient and Treekly. 25c and
BOc 110H So. 14th. near Pacific
HOTEL VICTORIA — New, modern.
fireproof bids. Rooms 60c. 75c
and up. 1316H go. C. Phone M. 9454
SEVEN and 8 par cent mortgages
for sale. Lennox Investment Co.,
106 Equitable. .
MOVING AND STORAGE
PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 84.
COMMERCIAL TRUCK CO.; I larg
'■ ■ est and best warehouses In city.
Large furniture vans, express
. wagons and motor trucks. Packing
, by experts. Reduced freight rates to
(tit Office corner 18th and Pacific
Slain 706. ..-■-.■
-->-:■&■■ MOVING AND STORAGE.
:■ FIDELITY TRANSFER *
• " ■ STORAGE CO.
11722 Pacific avenue, two large ware
houses. • We pack, ship, move and
, ■tore everything; rooms under lock
■ and . for household gcojj and mdso.
f Main 210. -'■•'■'
I PAINTING Ar PA PER II ING
'i FRANK jfl, HANSSON, 7SS St. Kel
>-. ens :ar. Phone Main 1142. -
. THE >T. & C. : Co.. estimates given.
1121 Ho. A at. Phone Main 6100.
SAMPLE : SHOE ■ SHOP. H'''
I*f'RlaHT <5, 5 Bth-' floor Cal. "- Bldg.
Women*, «i men's 1 and children's
■hoen. $2.00 and $2.50. -'•■■<.-■■'-.
■TORAOIB, van's" *? and i, trucks " for i
: moving. ;. ■ Phone Madison 591. ,
WE sharpen safety razor blades.
All work guaranteed. Ylrges Drug
Co.. 1124 Paclflo ay.
OLIVER HENRY. Tacoma Garbage
Co. Main 6406. Contracts made
for cleaning yards, vaults and cess
pools. Garbage removed by month.
AMERICAN GARBAGE: CO. — Re
movlng garbage and refuse of all
kinds. 216 Puy. ay. M. 742. res. 7539.
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Cures rheumatism and kidney dis
eases. 769 So. C St. Main 5284.
MONEY TO LOAN
REAL ESTATE LOANS, ANY A AIT.
Kettlg & Uuaselle, Berlin Bids.
MONEY on real estate. Daniel Mc-
Gregor, 310 Berlin Bldg.
ONE hundred and up to loan. Len-
vox Investment Co., 206 Equitable.
MORTGAGE loans for any amount.
Allyn-nill Co.. lIS South 12th st.
MONEY TO LOAN, plenty of it7*k)W~
est rates, no delay. (Junstou-
OUR OWN MONEY TO LOAN
Upon City and Farm Property.
Low Charges; no Delny.
W. N. DOL'H ft CO.. INC.
707 Fidelity Bldg. Main 483.
GEE me tor money. Geo. Walter
Russell. 312 Equitable I'ldg.
1 HAVE Just received iieveral
thousand dollars to loan a 7 and
6 per cent. Inquire J. L. Unupp, 1219
5, 6 and 7 PER CENT
On Improved real estate or for
building. Money advanced as build
L. R. Manning ft Co., Equitable Bid.
MORTGAGE LOANS In amounts
from $300 up; low rates; no delay.
NORTON ft CO.. 210-11 Berlin Bid*.
MONEY to loan on real estate, any
amount from $300 to $25,000. H. 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
hand —no delay.
11. J. SCHWINN & CO.. Inc.
216-219 Tacoma Bldg.
ON Imp. real estate. L. N. Hanson
& Co.. Tacoma HMg. 1 lth & A St.
SALARY AXD CHATTEL LOANS
CHATTEL LOANS. SALARY LOANS
l propose to make loans at a
lower rate than you can get any
where In Washington until the
newspaper! and philanthropists
provide a cheaper place. Then I'll
quit or compete. My business is
conducted along courteous, busi
ness-like and humantarian princi
ples. You can get $5 to $100 today,
and if our contract Is not satisfac
tory I'll cheerfully accept my
money back in 24 hours without
cost. .SEE ME. Then try others.
D. D. Drake, 1410 National Realty
BOB'S LOAN OFFICE
We loan money on watches, cloth-
Ing all goods of value. 1307 Com.
$ $ $ STATE SECURITY CO $ I $
$10 to $100
Loans on your personal note at the
lowest rales in Tacoma. Weekly or
monthly payments. Rebate given if
paid before due. Each transaction
HOURS 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
SATURDAY TO 8 P. M.
STATE SECURITY CO.
$ $ $ 307 CALIFORNIA BLDQ. $ $ $
SHORT TERM CHATTEL LOANS.
418 CALIFORNIA BLDG.
Dit. WARREN BROWN. General
office practice and skin and
venereal diseases. 206 Equitable
RHEUMATISM. GOUT? Electric
Bake Oven Baths, 1021V4 So. 11 til
Rt., cor K. Lady attendants. Jos.
Weyer, M. T. Phone Main 7008.
DR KOUII, 302 Provident. Main
3778. Chronic diseases, general
DR. FOREMAN, SURGEON.
Bankers Trust Bldg.
DR. PAUL, PIIYS. & SURQ. X-RAY.
1111-12-13 Fidelity Bldg.
ORIENTALDr. K. lto. disease of
genlto-urlnary. 1512H C. Main 9757
Dr. Yocum moved Natl. Realty Bldg.
Day. Main 600; night. Main 7500.
DR. JAS. A. LA GASA—Diseases of
women and surgery. Genlto-urtn
ary diseases, 3d floor Natl. Realty
Bldg. Hours 2-4 and 7-8.
DR. J. W. CLINE, 3329 McKlnley
ay. Surgery and general practice
Fhonea: Office Main 254; Res. Main
DR. C. E. CASE, surgeon, gynecolo
gist. Office 1114 Mi So. Kit. Res
idence 1010 So. 12th st. Phones:
Office. Main 6887; res.. Main 693.
DR. THYNG. SURGEON '
Surgery and consultation only.
1201-1205 Fidelity Bldg. Main 400.
. OSTEOPATH PHYSICIANS
DR. STOTENUUR. Office 42V Bank
ers Trust Bids. Main (609. Res.
LARGE new stock of wall paper,
very latest designs and patterns.
Acme quality paints, adapted to the
western climate. A. 8. Johnson &
Co.. 1142 C st.
COMMERCIAL HINUERY ft PTcT
CO.. Inc., 756-768 Commerce st.
Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders.
Loose leaf devices.
208 Bankers Trust Bldg. Main 1849
427 CaL Bldg. Phone Main 3427.
SI 3 Bav»ge-Bcofteld Bldg. M. 818.
MANUFACTURER of leather goods,
suit cases, etc. : A. F. Hoska, ISO!
:... WINES AND LIQCOKS
LANOERT LIQUOR CO.. 1325 C St.
• wholesale and family trade
solicited. Free delivery. Main «02».
GO to .Everybody's Studio, 1135 So.
C st. for real photo postals. .— —
BEST place for up-to-date - photo
novelties. Owl Studio, 1126 C st.
BLACKSMITH AND PLUMBING
v- ■;' i/;*i SUPPLIES. a^^^/V/J
BLACKSMITHS' and plumbers 1" sup
• plies, machinery. ; Coast <2d Hand
BdW. Co., 1634 Com. St. Main 3367.
WANTED—A lady .to stay with
child night*; room rent free; ref
erences. Address Box Q-l. Times.
(Jlltli for light housework; family
of 3. Main 8673.
WANTED— girl for general
housework. Phone Proctor 183.
WANTED—SchooI girl to assist
with housework; good home,
small wages. 1310 So. O. Main 9691.
WANTEDGirI to work In PreUel
factory. Apply afternoon. North
western Pretzel Co., 23 St. Paul ay.
ANTED—Woman cook for coun
try hotel. Call Proctor 1127.
THY our 60c KAMI I. WASHING.
Famous Washing Co. Main 8464.
Work guaranteed. 714 Fidelity
Bldg. Main 6499.
WANTED—Lady agents at once;
must be alive; l.i« commission;
can make $50 to $100 per week.
Call or address U. B. M., 404 Prov-
Ident Uldg.. Tacoma.
WANTED—Elderly lady to stay
with children age 9 and 11. in
country. Small wages. 1511 D St.
A FEW solicitors. Peterson's Stu
dlo. 903 V 4 Tacoma ay.
TAIIX)RS' and dressmakers' sup
plies. Albert E. Baur Co.. 317 11th.
CANCEK3 cured without knife or
plastui; consultation free; Stephen
Johnson, school bouse crossing;,
Fern Hill. "
Welnstone.ladles'sults flO up.6OS 9th
SEWING at home or by the day.
lioom 22, Irving Hotel.
RELIABLE woman wants any kind
of day work, II.GO a day. Phono
WANTED—Day work. Proctor 1824.
WANTED—Position as housekeeper
for widower with children; ref
erences exchanged. Main 4647.
SEWING by day, guaranteed. Impe
rial Apartments. Phone Main
>;iTL'. Call room 15.
YOUNG girl wants position assist
ing with housework or to help
take ear* of children. Box O-3,
Family Washing 50c
Metropolitan Wet Wash Laundry
YOUNG man to learn the cleaning
and pressing business. 009 No.
Ltd. Main 1766.
WANTED—To teach operators on
picture machine in actual use.
Apply Nickelodeon, Puyallup.
BOY WANTED—AppIy 2524 South
GOOD news awaits George Sand
strom if he will write his sister,
Christine Sandstrom at Albany,
Oregon, or Mrs. U. Funnemark, 1106
So. 13th St., Tacoma.
CALL and see agents making dol
lar an hour. Room 12 " Arcade
Hotel. 9 to 10 a. m.. 7 to 8 p. m.
NEAT boy about 15 years of age,
with bicycle, for delivering.
Washington Dye Works. Phone
Main 603. .......
A FEW solicitors. Peterson's Stu
dio, 903 Tacoma ay.
PR IVATE teacher of shorthand,
English, bookkeeping, corpora
tion accounting, banking and com
mercial subjects. Address Coin.
Teacher, care Times.
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. Special
rates for 10 days. 1912 Jefferson
Say "I law It In the Times".
BUSY MEN AND WOMEN "find It
convenient to telephone their For
Sale end Want Ads to The Times.
Main 12. Only one cent a word.
WANTED—By a young man attend
ing High school, work after school
and Saturday. Til. Main 2929.
WANTED, work, would prefer to be
shipping clerk or collector. Can
furnish references and bond. Box
P-2, Times, or phone Main 421, Mr.
YOUNG man attending high school
would like to work for board and
room. Box O-2, Times.
GOOD Japanese wants a position in
private family as chauffeur. H.
T. Takeda, 525 Washington St., Se
I BUILD up-to-date poultry houses.
WANTED—A vacant building suita
ble for a lodging house or hotel,
20 to 50 rooms. Box O-l, Times.
ROOMS papered and paper fur
nished 53.50 ami up. Right up to
the minute on all kinds of paper
decorations. Estimates given on
all kinds of paper hanging, paint
ing, graining and decorating. E. M.
Wesley. Phone Main 8777.
EVERYBODY Is doing it ——
signs. Johnson will do it for less.
Main 1349. 115 So. 14th St.
Quick Shoe Repair Shop, 916 Com.;
reasonable, best work. Main 4419.
Werner & Hoe, Gootrjrear Quick
Shoe Repair Co.. 922 Commerce.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
BUNGALOW bargain, cut $250; $2,
--250, $250 cash, $25 monthly; locat
ed on So. 64th, near Mann school.
Will take third In vacant lots. Len
nox Investment Co., 1103 Commerce,
* DURABLE PLUMBING
DO you appreciate the Importance
of having your plumbing done
right? Our guarantee and work
manship Insure plumbing perfec
tion. Win. B. Coffee Plmg. Co.
Elliott, 610 Bkrs. Trust. Patents.
Trade Marks. Drawings. Main 677».
WOOD AND COAL
PETERSON BROS., bay, grain, poul
try supplies and coal and wood.
10th and K. Phone Main 331.
THADEN'S Bakery & Coffee House,
"The Millionaire's Club," 918
Commerce st. - ••■ -» ■---:," -■-•■ « ■■• ■-
and room and board at Mrs. H. Jor
gensen's dining room, above Gill
Drug Co., So. Tacoma. ■■,-<- >>■».
?;;'; undertakers. •:
cO. LYNN CO.—'Funeral Director*.
910-12 Tacoma ay. Main 7748. *-v.
THE TACOMA TIMES
'■:". ■J-"r*" FOR SALE
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FOR SALE CHEAP—Delivery team
and harness, $85; single horse,
harness and wagon, $65; single
spring wagon, $25; set of harness,
$7.50. 608 Puyallup ay., opposite
freight sheds. "
A young cow, giving 2 gallons milk;
a good horse cheap; also 8 young
geese, at 8407 So. Sheridan.
FOR —Pedigreed Airedale
male and female pups, 3 months
old, extra good stock, price $15 and
$10. Also English setter male pup,
2 months old, price $15. Address P.
O. Box 275. ■
PREPARED Ludeflsk and home
made dill pickles, wholesale and
retail, at M. Johnson, 38th and Mc-
Klnlcy. Phone Main 8219.
ALL household furniture for sale.
3628 So. K.
FOR SALE—Young cow, $45. Call
3216 So. Bth.
FRESH green ground bone dally.
Tacoma Meat Co.. 1508 Pac. ay.
INVALID chairs for rent. Physic
ians' Supply Co., 954 Commerce.
ONE twin cylinder Ilarley-Davld
son and one single cylinder Har
ley-Davldson, each equipped with
lamp and tandem seat. Kay E. Day,
945 Tacoma ay.
FOR SALE OR TRADE — A 1200
--lb. ranch horse; will exchange for
a cow, heifer, chickens or pigs. 6508
So. Park ay.; Spanaway car.
FOR SALE— milch goats one
Riving milk, at 710 So. 00th St.
Phone Madison 513.
MITCHELL NURSERY. Larchmont.
Fruit trees, roses, etc. Main 7871 R5
FOR SALE CHEAP — 2-inch pipe
and greenhouse glass. Phone
Main 8062. .
FOR SALE—Fine Klngsbury piano
at a bargain if taken at once. 612
So. IStli. Flat 4.
BUy your trees, roses, berry hol
ly, shrubs. 706 So. G. Main 3139.
JANITORS' brushes and supplies.
735 St. Helens ay.
SOME one wants what you want to
sell. Get In touch with thorn
through The Times "Want Ad"
FRANKLIN, 1910. auto, $750. Own
er, 207 Equitable. .-
WANT to sell six mares and
horses Just off grading, suitable
for ranching; quitting business;
will sell cheap. Also harness and
wagons, Elmore outfit. 2153 Jef
ferson ay. '' -
Davidson and Excelsior. 101.2 So.
11th st. . ■■
PIANO tuning and repairing. Main
2424. T. T. Richmond, 3U22 So.
12 th. ■■
BIG sale on granlteware, new and
second-hand goods bought ' and
sold. 1317 Commerce.
BARGAINS of an unusual nature In
second-hand and slightly used
automobiles. Studebaker Corpora
tion, 1129 Tacoma ay.
SECOND-HAND machinist and.car
penter tools wanted. Blake,
1339 Commerce st. |,j .
CONTRACT equity, $1,300 at 6 per
cent, on southslde, 5-r. bungalow
and 2 lots, value property $2,500.
Will take $1,000 cash, or $1,250 in
trade. ' Lennox, 206 Equitable bldg.
FOR SALE—One 72xlfi tubular boil
er, tested 180 -pounds cold water
pressure. Columbia Box and Ve
neer Co., Puyallup, Wn.
BUY NOW IN GIG HARBOR be
fore the Olympic railroad is built.
FOR SALE—4 fine lots, N. E. cor.
No. 16th and Washington - sts.,
A-l title. Look them over; best of
fer takes them; cash or terms to
suit. Address G. F. Messer, M. D.,
owner, 122 East Heron St., Aber
CLEAN-UP sale of box top sewing
machines, all guaranteed; $5.00
buys a good one. 319 11th st. Main
IF YOU have a fat or fresh cow
to sell, call Boston Market, 2322
Pacific ay. Main 449.
A FULL line of heating stoves; get
our prices.. Overland Furniture
Co., 1131-33 Tacoma ay. Main 8727.
SHUETT—Finest line of 2nd hand
goods on market. 1143 Com. St.
YOUNG JOHNSON LUMBER CO.,
At Hall's Shooting Gallery, 1538
THE EVERGREEN NURSERY
So. 12 th and Stevens
Nothing better 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 machines In all the
standard makes. 11. D. Baker, 502
Savage-Scofield Bldg. Phone Main
ALT HEIDELBERG BEER
Columbia Brewing Co. ! Order a
case. Main 229.
WANTED to buy household goods.
Wm. Henry Co., 10* So. 12th.
Tel. Main 8730. ■ .
MARSHALL wants your second
hand goods. 1149 C st Mala
FINE Chinese teas and silk weai.
Bam Hlng Co.. 1354 So. P.
Wanted — Miscellaneous
WANTED—By young married cou
ple, 3 unfurnished housekeeping
rooms with modern conveniences. in
private home, between So. 9th and
No. sth. References exchanged.
Address Box Q-2 t Times. i
WANTED—A couple of small chil
dren to board, reasonable, good
home. Address 1-4, Times. »
WANTED TO BUY j;
WOULD like to buy an old piano.
cheap. State price. Box P->f>,
Times. ''.'.- .' ' - 't i
WANTED—Quick repair shoe out
fit. Phone Main 9418. j:
WANTED TO BUY a good Jersey
cow. ■ State price. Box O-4,
Times. ■ : ■ ... , * j!
ROOMS AND BOARD j
GOOD room and board for two bojjs.
Main 3341. -- - . .■,•■ ,\ i
BAY "I saw It In th« Times." I T
ROOM; with for without boa it
Mrs. Crow. «18 Bo K. MnlntlHi
FURNISHED house for rent to a
desirable family of 2 or 3 . mem
bers who - will board - and room
owner. A nicely furnished >ronm
bungalow Including piano, .furnace,
heat, etc. Family going to Califor
nia for the winter. Phone Main
254 or call 3629 McKlnley ay. ■
MODERN furnished house, 6 rooms,
cheap to steady tenants, opposite
telephone office. 3922 No. 27th.
Proctor 2863-R. ••' ■• ■-.N~--i ,» > ■
PHONE Main 1146 ana w* will call
-P antorium. Hi Commirci »C g~ >
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FOR SALE— best key and um
brella shop in city. Owner must
leave for health. Box P-l. Times.
FOR SALE—Laundry. Must Bell as
the owner has to leave city; $140
trade per week. Price 11200. Ad
dress Box C-l, Times.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS—Don't
worry over your business. Write
to D. M. Barnert business creator
with the Atlas Sales & Brokerage
Co., 1140 Pacific ay. He will
straighten ■ you out.
FOR SALE —One of the nicest and
cleanest grocery stores In the
city, centrally located, on corner,
having good cash trade, good fix
tures such as cash register, meat
sllcer, scales. ice cabinet, every
thing complete, new stock of goods.
Will sacrifice on this. Have other
business. 323 So. 11th.
FOR SALE —Small rooming house,
good location, cheap for cash or
terms. Call 1101 % So. G St.
FOR —Ono double front bus
iness building, 2 stories and
basement on 100 ft. frontage and
water front, on main business
street at head of bay. Look It
over, the best offer takes it, cash
or terms. See Geo. F. Keeney,
head of bay. Gig Harbor. Wl).
POULTRY AND EGGS
YEAR-OLD White Leghorn hens.
60c each; also one 2-year-old
rooster, $1.50. Main 8399.
1 BUILD or rebuild ' up-to-date
chicken houses, day or contract.
Phone Main 8319 or address X 1417
So. 6Sth St., city.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, rea
sonable. 930 So. E.
SYLVAN, 701 St. Helens, furnished
rooms $1.50 up; hskpe. suites,
NICE, clean furnished rooms, $1.50
week up; hot and cold water, free
bath. Harold House, 1338 So. D.
FOR RENT—Furnished and unfur
nished rooms. Call after 6 p. m.,
607 So. 10th St., Flat D. Main 8480.
IF you have a room—a room which
is not bringing you in any money,
then you are doing at least two
people an injustice—yourself and a
prospective roomer. You can rent
your room through Times Want Ads
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front
room for gentleman. 1123 So. K.
2, 3 and 4-r. suites cheap. Single.
Yak. House, 2712; So. Yak, ay.
GOOD Bleeps, clean baths, sure
calls. The Henry George, 104 12th.
FURNISHED rooms modern.
walking distance. Irving hotel,
553 80. C St.
HOTEL MODERN— furnished
corner rooms; single, $1.25 up;
liskpsr., $2.00 up, 1904 D st. and
1945 So. E. Private baths. Free lndy.
KUKNISHED rooms. $1 week up.
1544 80. D st
FIRST and 2d floor apartments,
comfortably furnished, complete
home, water and lights paid. 324
No, G. Main 8761.
FOR RENT—Furnished flat, fine
view of bay and mountain, five
minutes' walk from 9th and Pa
clflc ay. 404 So. C.
3-ROOM furnished apt. for rent,
$2.50 and %'i per week, In calling
distance of railroad. Inquire at
1814 */4 Tacoma ay.
COZY, nicely furnished front rooms
$3 a week, also single rooms.
Harrison Hotel, 13th and Taeoma.
Hskpg- & single rim. 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 hskpg.
mm.: modern: central: 1116% C.
FOR RENTS-room modern cot
tage, furnished complete. SOI So.
M st. Main 8549. ■-
COZY 4-room cottage, near Frank
lin school, all conveniences. 604
So. I. Main 7243.
FOR RENT—Two modern 5-room
cottage at 2324 and 2322 So. O
st., also a 4-room flat with gas
range, only $6, at 2302 So. G st. In
quire 2317 So. Yaklma ay.
6-ROOM house, new and modern,
411 So. M. Call at 413 So. M.
4302 No. S3d, furnished $12.00
191114 So. Tacoma ay $10.00
2933 So. L st. and barn $12.00
Phone Main 937. W. G. Peters & Co.
Chamber of Com, Bldg.
FOR RENT—3-room house, 9 lots,
East 38th and R, $4 per month.
Spring creek on place; good place
for chickens. Main 2028. Ed Don
COTTAGE, 4-r. and bath, 1317 East
2Sth, west of Portland ay. car,
$9. Fine 5-r. bungalow and bath,
2 lots, 5703 So. Yaklma, <f 14. 1422
So. 64th, 5-r., bath, $15. Lennox,
206 Equitable Bldg.
EAST End house, all new. modern
bungalows, 3. 4, 6 and 7 rooms.
Main 2028. Ed Donahue.
RENT a house and w* will furnish
It for you for cash or easy pay
ments. Tap. Furniture Co.. 811-13 C
WANTED TO BORROW
mortgage: MONEY wanted
OiiTA We offer subject to prior
oL'ili sale First Mortgages on
"A!/ improved Farms, also on
City Residences at 7 per cent "net;"
also a few good loans at 8 per
cent. Interest collected without ex-
Dense to Investor.
Lennox investment company
206 Equitable Bldg.
WANTED — $7000. Gilt edge se
curity. .Address Box P-4, Times.
LOST—Row boat, name "Evenda IV
Finder write Scott's Studio, Tacoma.
Please. - . ■ ■ ■ - - - : ■
LOST—Sunday evening at Epworth
church, a black cravenette over
coat, gloves and muffler In pockets.
Return to J. V. Mollett, Beutel col
lege. -■ . . , .--.-.. :■ .
—Half silver buckle bet. Ta
com hldg. and Tacoma theater,
Wednesday evening; Nov. 6. Return
to Times office and receive reward.
LOST—I 2 Oriental rugs rolled up
in bundle, and some paint, Mon
dnv evening-, between city hall and
Old Town. Finder call Proctor 1454.
WILL party who pjioned last week
about fining belt pin, please call
again. Main 6071 or call at 1616
So. L. . Reward. . - -..-..-• »«'■ —..
LOST—Leather handbag on Steam
er Sioux arriving In Tacoma at
I p. m. or near Municipal dock, con
taining money and calling cards.
Phone Main (105. Reward. ' .
LOST—Small sized English , setter
•• dog. So. End, black *pot on each
tar and one on hip, about 2 years
old. 1 Reward if returned \to R. .W.
Cody. Proctor 1197. .•-•.■;..-• ,
llrxolulli.il No. 11l
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OK
Section I.—That the improvement
of Stevens street from the intersec
tion thereof with Union avenue to
the intersection of said Stevens
street with St venth street, together
with a wooden plank sidewalk four
(4) feet wide on the north Bide of
said Stevens street from Union
avenue to the westerly side of Sev
enth street, together with a wood
en plank sidewalk six (G) feet wide
on the westerly side of Union ave
nue, from the northerly side of
Stevens street to the southerly side
of Jeffernon street, together with
all necessary and proper drains on,
over and along said streets, by
properly grading said and
constructing: said sidewalks and
drains between the aforesaid points
in accordance with the ordinances,
rules and regulations of the Town
of Steilacoom, and the laws of the
State of Washington, is necessary
aild advisable and required by the
public Interest and convenience of
the owners of the property to be
benefited thereby and the Town of
Section 2. —That it is the Intention
of the Town Council of said Town
to Improve said streets between
said points by making said improve
ment as aforesaid and doing such
other work as may be necessary in
Iconnection therewith, all in accord
ance with the plans to be prepared
therefor; that the cost and expense
of said Improvement, including in
cidental expenses in connection
therewith shall be assessed upon the
lots, portions of lots, tracts and
parcels of land lying and being
within the district to be assessed
therefor, according to law, each lot
or portion thereof, tract, or parcel
of land to be separately assessed in
proportion to the benefits upon the
property to be benefited, sufficient
to cover the total expenses of said
improvement, providing however,
the Council of the Town of Steila
coom may expend from the General
Fund of said Town, £ vJi sum or
sums of money for said improve
ment as to said Council In their
discretion may be deemed neces
Section 3.—That all persons who
may desire to object to said pro
posed improvement, the method of
making the same or providing for
the payment of the cost and expense
thereof, are hereby notified and re
quired to appear and present such
objections at a meeting of said
Council to be held in the Council
Chamber in said Town of Steila
coom at 7:30 p. m. on the Bth day
of December, 1912, and all said per
sons are hereby notified that on
said day and hour a meeting of said
Council will be held in the Coun
cil Chamber of said Town and that
at said meeting all persona may
appear before said council and be
Section 4.—That the Streets and
Alleys committee of said Cuuni'll
are hereby ordered to submit to said
Council on or prior to said date, all
data and information required by
law to be submitted.
Passed the Council this 18th (lay
of November, 1912.
If. M. KARVANT,
Mayor of the Town of Steilncoom.
Attest: JOSEPH BOWRON,
Clerk of the Town of Steilacoom.
Ordinance No. 123
An Ordinance approving and con
firming the assessment and assess
ment roll of Sewer District No. 1
for the construction of a sanitury
sewer system within and along the
following named streets, to Wit:
Union avenue from Starling street
to Lafayette street; Chamber street
from Lafayette street to the waters
of Puget Sound; Lafayette street
from Union avenue to the alley be
tween Pacific street and Wilkes
street; Pacific street from Rainier
street to Lafayette street; Starling
street from Union avenue to Pierce
street; Nisqually street from Fred
erick street to a point forty-five
(45) feet easterly of Chambers
street; Stevens street from Union
avenue to a point 132 feet west of
Seventh street; Martin street from
Union avenue to a point 132 feet
west of Seventh street; Frederick
street from Nisqually street to
Starling street and Rainier street
from Union avenue to a point 15
feet southwesterly from the west
erly line of Pierce street, also from
a point 15 feet northeasterly from
the easterly line of Pierce street
to Pacific street, all in tlie Town
of Steilacoom, Pierce County, Wash
ington, all in accordance with the
plans and specifications on file in
the office of the Town Clerk, under
Ordinance No. 115, and levying and
assessing tin- amounts thereof
against the several lots, tracts and
parcels of land and other property,
as shown on said roll, establishing
ii Iyocal Improvement District Fund
and fixing the date for the issuance
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF
STEILACOOM, "WASHINGTON, as
Section I—That1 —That the assessment
and assessment roll of Sewer Dis
trict No. 1 for the construction of a
sanitary sewer system within and
along the following named streets
towit: Union avenue from Starling
street to Lafayette street; Cham
bers street from Lafayette street
to the waters of Puget Sound;
Lafayette street from Union avenue
to the- alley between Pacific street
and Wilkes street; Pacific street
from Rainier street to Lafayette
street; Starling: street from Union
avenue to Pierce street; Nisiiually
street from Frederick street to a
point forty-five (45> feet easterly
of Chambers street; Stevens street
from Union avenue to a point 132
feet west of Seventh street; Martin
street from Union avenue to a point
132 feet west of Seventh street;
Frederick street from Nisciually
street to Starling street and Rain
ier Btreet from Union avenue to a
point 16 feet southwesterly from
the westerly line of Pierce street,
also from a point 15 feet north
easterly from the easterly line of
Pierce street to Pacific street, all
In the Town of Steilacoom, Pierce
County, Washington, all in accord
ance with the plans and specifica
tions on file in the office of the
Town Clerk under Ordinance No.
115, as the same now stands, be,
and the same is hereby in till things
approved and confirmed.
Section 2 —That each of the lots,
tracts, parcels of land and other
property shown upon said roll Is
hereby declared to be especially
benefited by said Improvement in
at least tho amounts charged
against the same, and that the as
sessment appearing against the
same is in proportion to the sev
eral assessments appearing upon
said roll. There is hereby levied
and assessed against each Buch
lot, tract, parcel of land, and other
property, appearing upon such roll,
the amounts finally charged against
the same thereon.
Section 3—That for the purpose of
this Improvement there Is hereby
created and established, a special
fund, to be called. "SEWER DI9-
TRICT FUND, SEWER DISTRICT
Section 4—That the 4th day of
January, 1913, is hereby fixed as the
day for the issuing of the bonds re
quired to be issued on account of
Section E —This Ordinance shall
take effect and be in force from and
after its passage, according to law.
Passed the Council this 13th day
Of Nov., 1912, and signed by me au
thentication of Its passage, this
13th day of Nov.. 1912.
H. M. SARVANT,
Mayor of the Town of Steilacoom.
Attest: JOSEPH BOWRON,
Clerk of the Town of Steilacoom.
Filed by me this 13th day of No
JOSEPH BOWRON, Clerk.
LEGAL NOTICES :M
,TV\JXnj-Lrin.r-v-irLru-Lri-0%/ij^-u*u-u-u-Li-i - .-.-1-1-■-!-■-*
In the matter of the Petition of
L. M. Hatch, et al., to create a dis
trict In which It shall be unlawful
to permit livestock of any kind to
run at large.
This matter coming on for hear
ing before the Board on this 24th
day of October. A. D. 1912, pursu
ant to a petition fite.J with the
County Auditor on the 15th day of
August, A. D. 1912, asking the
Board of County Commissioners to
create a district to consist of the
herinafter described territory In
Pierce County, Washington, com
prising an aggregate territory of at
least eight square miles in area,
within which it shall be unlawful
to permit livestock of any kind to
run at large, and pursuant to an
Order of this Board entered at a
regular meeting, September l»th,
1912, (See Volume 31, Page 9, Com
missioners' Record), in which Or
der the time and place of hearing
said petition was fixed for the
24th day of October, 1912 at eleven
o'clock A. M., or at such later time
as said hearing might be adjourned
And It Appearing, that due notice
of the time and place of the hear
ing of said petition has been given,
and having determined to prohibit
the running at large of any' live
stock within the territory described
in said petition,
Now, In accordance with Chapter
25 of the Laws of Washington for
the year 1911. IT IS BY THE
BOARD ORDERED, that the terri
tory more particularly described as:
Beginning at the north one-quar
ter corner to Section 35. -Twp, 20
North, Range 4 East W. M.: run
ning thence East one mile; thence
North on the north and south cen
ter line of Section 25, Twp. 20
North, Range 4 East to an Intersec
tion with the Puyallup River;
thence Southeasterly along the said
River to an intersection with the
Range Line between Ranges 4 and
5 East; thence North along the
said Range Line to the Northwest
corner of Section 30. Twp. 20
North, Range 5 East; thenco East
one mile to the Northeast corner
of tho said Section 30; thence South
one and one-half miles to the East
one-quarter corner of Section 31,
Twp. 20 North, Range 5 East;
thence East one mile to the East
one-quarter corner to Section 32,
Twp. 20 North, Range 5 East;
thense South one and one-half miles
to the Southeast corner of Section
5. Twp. 19 North, Range 5 East;
thence West four miles to the
Southeast corner of Section 2. Twp.
1!) North, liange 4 East; thence
North one mile to Northwest cor
ner of said Section 2; thence East
one-half mile to the North one
quarter corner of the said Section
2; thence North one mile to the
place of beginning, comprising an
aggregate territory of at least
eight square miles In area,
he. and the same Is hereby created
a District in which It shall be un
lawful to permit livestock of any
kind to run at large. --
Dated at Tacoma, Washington,
October 24th. A. ]>. 1012.
11. C. MARTIN, -
County Commissioners of Pierce
EXCHANGE4-room plastered, new
house, 2 lots; will tako as first
payment piano or any other person
al property, but prefer a small cash
payment: owner leaving city.
TACOMA R. K. AGENCY
304 Bernlce Bldg.
STRICTLY modern 8-room residence
and 2 lots, close in, for ranch. P.
O. Box 83, City.
BUNGALOW to swap for lots. Len
nox Inv. Co.. 206 Equitable.
FOlt Puyallup Valley lands. Bee
Harry V. Smith 204 Provident l>Mg
For sale, 720 acres for quick sale,
good shot clay soil, $12.50 per acre.
For trade, 320 acres east of
mountains, good stock ranch, creek,
D. R. HARRIS
903 Pacific ay. Main 6471
Snap. 2 fine corner lots 50x142,
7-room house, shop; grading done;
$1900, terms. 3636 East G and 37th.
GARDEN and poultry one-acre
tracts near Larchmont, on Puyal
lup car, $500; $10 down, $10 month
ly. Lots 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 SALE 8-room house and
3 lots, most beautiful scenery on
sound, plenty of fruit trees, plants
and chicken houses, a bargain.
Best offer cash or terms takes It.
See Mr. Geo. F. Keeney, Gig Harbor.
$10 PER MONTH HOME
Two good lots less than one block
from car line, and a good cottage
with closets, porches and wood
shed. In good shape to move into.
Price $850, on terms of $25 down 1
and $10 per month.
J. M. CURTIS & CO.
314 Bankers Trust Bldg.
Good 4-r. house and 2 lots at
Manito Park. Price $600, $10 down
and $10 monthly. Call owner, Main
8519, - ;
10 acres on Maury island, $500,
good land, % mile from boat land-
Ing. Address Charles Wilson, 4421
SSth ay. So., Seattle Wn.
FARMS FOR SALE OR
All kinds of farms, small and big
rooming houses, grocery stores,
general merchandise stores and
bungalows. We guarantee to sell
your property In 30 days.
Real Estate. Cor. So. 11th and X
40 Acres 1 Mile From
Hlllhurst, 5-room house, barn full
hay, chicken house, ducks, chickens,
turkeys, wagon, horse, bearing or
chard, all fenced. Will exchange
for Tacoma property.
H. W. MYERS
428 Perkins Bldg.
For sale by owner, 6628 So. Alder
St., land 120 ft sq.; good small
house, good outbuildings, city wa
ter, lights, $1150; terms. Madison
601. ■ - ■. ' ' ■■■>-- :.- - i '•■'•.- ' "
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; $50 down,
$10 per month. ■
-.-: T. W. ASPINALL
604 Natl. Realty Bldg. Main 873
- $1,000 new home, small cash pay
ment $10 month, 4 rooms, 2 good
lots, 1 block to car. good location.
We build homes, loan ~ money and
write fire Insurance.
■lodge* A Hill. 214 Blinker* Trunt
Bungalow, 6-r., bath, toilet, lights,
food cooler, closets, 2 lots, garden,
fruit, ; wood shed, fence. Yak. ay
car, near 56th, $2250, $250 down,
$25 monthly Including , Interest,
Abstract, warranty. ■ Lots taken as
part pay. Lennox Investment Co.,
1103 Commerce, R. 206. ! • ■-..-- ■
\ 80-acre ranch -to trade for city
property, 20 acres botton land In
cultivation,. 20 acres easily cleared,
2 horses, 3 cows, 3 heifers, 14 hogs,
100 chickens, all farm tools. Want
sor 6-room house. v^- ■ ■■; .-— •
: ; J. W. Hoops & Sons *
224 Natl* Realty, Bide. ,•'-. VT
BEADY FOR SITE )
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 20.—
The Panama ■ Pacific exposition
directors were Informed today that
the West Virginia, commission
to select a site for that state's ex
hibition will leave Charleston to
morrow for San Francisco, and
will arrive here simultaneously
with the New York state commis
sion, headed by Norman E. Mack.
SLAIN WITH NAILS. ;;
NEW YORK, Nov. 20.—De
tectives have taken possession of
an apartment house in East 40tn
street where they have estab
lished, they believe, some time
last week the woman whose body
was found last Saturday in a mill
pond at Georgetown, Conn., was
Discoveries in the .house indi
cate that she was murdered by
nails being driven in her head.
T VITAL STATISTICS *
Johnson, Edward, age 23. last
night nt Tacoma General hospital,
from tuberculosis. Native of Den
mark. No relatives found. Taken
to C. O. Lynn parlors.
Dcl.anßullettr. Mrs. C, 68 years
old, yesterday at -family residence,
1709 South X st. Survived by a
widower, daughter and two grand
daughters. Remains at Melllnger'B.
SturKlll. Charles IS, brakeman, 28
years, sent to Elma In chars* of
Odd Fellows' lodge of Ccntralia,
7 MAIMXK "
Ilkfn. \ril..r ten clays overdue at
San Francisco from Everett.
S«r. Knerluml will return next
March from Norway.
Ilr. sir. *fritiliilru... in a sever palo
lost part of deck cargo of lumber.
Is at Hoyal Roads signaling dis
Liner Koemun loading Wheat and
flour for the Orient and Liverpool.
Schr. I lioinnn 1.. Want loading
lumber for California.
l-'r. m. Vrrclllßrtnrlx waiting for
place at Rralan clocks.
.hip. s«p. I'mm inn Mum will load
flour, wheat and general freight for
Mr». Montnrn nml Governor load
ing at Eureka dock.
Sir. Slrtilhl.von bound for United
Kingdom with barley.
Sir. Awn Mum bound for the Ori
ent With flour and wheat.
Str. Aflmlrnl SninpHou bound for
.San Francisco with passengers and
TIDES AT TACOMA THURSDAY
2:48 a. m 8.7 feet
6:51 a. m 7.0 feet
1:07 p. m 10.0 feet
8:12 p. m 2,8 feet
FOR SALE OH RUNT
Splendid dairy farm with creek
on same. Will sell 16 cows, heifers,
wagons, milk route and all neces
sary farm Implements. . Located
about 6 blocks southeast of Elm
hurst sta., Spanaway line. For sale
by owner, O. O. Storaasll, Parkland,
Wash. Box 46. '
6-room new bungalow, 2 lots, on
East Harrison, near car line, 11200,
$100 down. $10 per month. This
beats renting. T. I). Gregory. Of
fices Morton and McKinley ay.
Small cottage, 2 level lots 2 feet
above grade, all improvements In,
good location, 12 minutes' car ride
from lltli and Pacific. Price $800,
H. B. LAKE
403 Perkins Bldg.
"GOOD BUYS IN GIG HARBOR. Get
In on the ground floor."
How' much rent do you
pay? Is It $15? A clear
loss to you each and ev
ery month. If you are
giving that much to your
landlord, why not save it
by paying on your own
home? We have a mod
ern, brand new 6-room
house for sale on month
ly payments of $15. We
have the key at ,
111 So. 10th st.
NEW JERSEY MORT
GAGE LOAN CO.
A $1200 property for sale tot
$700 on 2Sth and Sheridan ay. So.
It Is three lots, 75x130 ft., 2-room
house with pantry, storeroom, also
electric light and gas, with range,
fruit trees, berry plants, chicken
house, fence, etc It should be all
cash but may be able to arrange
with half cash. Sold by owner, Mr.
E. A. Larsen. Call personally or by
phone at O. Williams, 2823 So. J
st. Above property will be with
drawn from market the first of De
$30 PER ACRE
FOR $80 LAND :
By acting promptly you can se
cure the choice of 10 acres or more
from 400 acres of fine level land In
a good location. The land lies right
on fine automobile road only one
half mile from good Browing town
on railroad, 25 miles from Tacoma.
The owner, who Is a sawmill man,
has consented to Include lumber for
a small house In the sale of a few
tracts. Price $30 to $60 per acre, on
terms of one-fourth down and $10
per month, on each 10-acre tract.
J. M. Curtis Co.
314 Bankers Trust Bldg. «gfj
New Modern Bungalow,
With Furnace, $1,100
: Four good rooms and attic; % ce
ment basement with furnace; 3 lots;
young fruit trees; all kinds, of ber
ries. Near car. • Better Bee this at
•-■ 213 Bankers Trust Bldg. "i
I Small House and 4 Lots
Will trade this for acreage. This
piece of property Is 60x203 ft., set
out In fruit, a small house, streets
are graded and all. Improvements
paid, 3 blocks to car. Will exchange
this for acreage close .to Spanaway
or Parkland,■-.,.;«. -■■..-. .&►*&"*«•*?
: : O. N. JOHNS
'.---■• . 817 California Bldg. „•*«: ■
• 8-room, plastered, modern plum*-
Ing 2 lots, near ■ paved - street an
car. •: Price $1600, $500 cash. See A
for rooming houses. v Mrs. Train
ley, 103 ■ So. 9th St." *'-"■>■ • •.•■-'■' -.ip
Will sell one corner lot \nHg r
End < for -best offer. Must hnM
before tho SJd . Phono MadisyM ;