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.j\ ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST
Co.. The Competent. Tel. Mala 101.
109 80. 10th st.
TACOMA TITLE CO.. the competi
tor, cor Fidelity Bldg. Main 219 <
(04 A St. Stables Ith * St. Helens. T.
C. * B. Trans. Co. Main 41.
JPAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main »4.
ir _ r _ r^j^j^j-^ ) -.i-' l '--u-uVoi*-W»J-w-»*w**'*
Allen McCullough, H. A., mining en
gineer, chemist; smelter shipments
superintended. 1142 I>. Main 3007.
V. A. Latcham, attorney-at-law.
403-5 Berlin bldg. Main 2240.
LORENZO DOW. attorney-at-law,
201 Nat. Bk. Com. Main 358.
TACOMA SHOE SHINING l'Altl/IUS
—We cater to ladles and children.
12 c-haliM. DO7H Pacific ay.
COLD GROUND—Ladles and rents
. Dent shine in city. llli Pac. ay.
Nicholson, sun and electric printing.
603-7 Fidelity Uldg. Main 471.
HOUSES built and part of mono;
lent. 206 Equitable.
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lac. Furniture A Repair Co.. spe
. clallsis. 1107 80. 11th. Main 9743.
NEW and repair work. O. H. Eg
glestnn. 1306 Court C. Main 1773.
Typewritten circular letters, etc.
Tucoma Duplicating Co., Chamber
of Com. Bid.. Tucorau. Main 65
YAK KLEAN Vacuum Cleaner; will
rent you machine or furnish com
petent erator. Main 2754.
H. L. Carpet beating, re
fitting and laying, feather reno
vating and upholstering. 2812 (ith
ay Main 325.
Nicholson, lot surveys, platting
gen, engineering. 603-7 Fid. Bid.
CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
LUCKEY'B DYE WORKS. 738 sT
Helens. Gents' suit, skirt or Jacket
I Cleaned and preused 100 up. Quick
calls and delivery. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Main 7181.
1. A. DONALDSON. 811 Oth st 20
years' experience. Tel. Main 7480
fT<adles' suits a specialty; rates r< a
■aonable. Room 1, Boatwlck Hotel.
~* r ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
COLEMAN A HAIIN ELECTRIC CO
Motors and generators repaired;
armature winding, general repalr
-Ing. 1123 A st. Phone Main 6327.
. HACKS FOR FUNERALS ~
Tccamo cemetery $4; Catholic cem
etery, $5. lac. Trans. Co. Main 64.
■ 1316 So. D st
BT. e >L .oom a bright outside room,
with hot and cold water, hot water
heat, large roomy closet; 2 blocks
from business center; free baths
and phone. Rates $2.50 per week
Up. Transient 800 and $1.00.
Under new management, steam heat
and hot water, $2.50 to $5.00 per
week, 50.-, 75c, $1.00 per day. 310^!
80. 11th, cor. D st.
A few more steam heated rooms at
' Alaskan Hotel, 14th and Pacific.
HOTEL PIERCE, 919V4 SO. C ST
• Newly fur. steam heated.
iIOSTWICK HOTEL, 768"V4 C si
. Newly furnished.
HOTEL GORDON — Oood clean
rooms, 26c and up. 1305 Pac
ay.. Main 1809.
HOTEL GRAYS HARBOR, under
. new management. 1509 Commerce.
C. Fredei lcksen,
BAKisH Hotel. 732 Commerce st
Board and room. Mis. Merrltt
LAWRENCE HOTEL,—Rooms $2.00
f ■ week up. 1 block from P. O. and
UASSASOIT HOTEL. 17th and C
■ Its., two blocks from depot. Him.
ate, 35c and 60c night; $1.25. $1.50
and $2.00 week. Meals Ho up.
COLONIAL, opp. city hall Dandy
WHITE'S HOTEL— furnished
■ ■ transient and r-eekly, 26c and
«oc. 110% So. 14th. near Pacific
MOTEL VICTORIA — New, modern,
■ fireproof bide. Rooms 60c, 75c
and up, HUH So. C. Phone M. 9464
BBYEN and 8 per cent mortgages
~> for sale. Lennox Investment Co.,
, MOVING AND STORAGE
PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 14.
COMMERCIAL TRUCK CO.; 3 larg
■ ■ est and best warehouses In city.
< Largo • furniture vans, express
wagons and motor trucks. Packing
, by cxb. -'«. Reduced freight rates to
-Tl -r "-iyj»er l»th and Pacific.
WE sharpen safety rasor 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
pools. Garbage removed by month.
AMERICAN GARBAGE CO. — Re
moving garbage and refuse of all
kinds. 216 Puy. ay. M. 742. res. 7639.
MEDICATED VAPOR 11ATHS
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Cures rheumatism and kidney dis
eases. 759 So. C at. -Main r,2»4.
MONK* TO LOAN
REAL ESTATE LOANS, ANY AMT.
Fettlg & Uusaelle, Berlin ISlcltj.
MONEY on real estate. Daniel Me-
Grigur. 310 Berlin Uldg.
O.S'K hundred and up to loan, Len
nox Investment Co., 206 Equitable.
MORTGAGE loans for any amount.
All.vii-H.il Co., IIS South llth st.
MONEY TO LOAN, plenty of It, low"
est rates, no delay. Gunston-
OUR OWN MONEY TO LOAN
Upon City and Farm Property.
Low Charges; no Delay.
W. N. DOUR & CO.. INC.
707 Fidelity mdg. Main 46].
BEE mo lor money. Qeo. Walter
Russell. 112 Equitable lildg.
I HAVE Just received several
thousand dollars to loan a 7 and
8 per cent. Inquire J. 1* bnapp, 1218
5, 6 and 7 PER CENT
On Improved real estate or for
building. Money advanced as build
L. ii. Manning & Co., Equitable Bid,
MORTGAGE LOANS In amounts
from $300 up; low rates; no delay.
NORTON & CO.. 210-11 Berlin Uldg.
MONEY to loan on real estate, any
amount from $300 to $26,000. 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
U. J. SCIIWINN & CO., Inc.
216-219 Tacoma Uldg.
ON Imp. real estate. L. N. Hnnsen
& Co.. Tacoma Itlilg. 11th & A at.
SALARY AND CHATTEL LOANS
CHATTEL LOANS. SALARY LOANS
I propose to make loans at a
lower rate than you can get any
where in Washington until the
newspaper! and philanthropies
provide a cheaper place. Then I'll
quit or compete. My business Is
conducted along courteous, busi
ness-like and hutnantarlan princi
ples. Vim can get $5 to $100 today,
and if our contract Is not satisfac
tory I'll cheerfully accept my
money Imck In 24 hours without
cost. BEE 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 BKCURITY 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
HOURS 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
SATURDAY TO 8 P. M.
STATE SECURITY CO.
$ $ $ 307 CALIFORNIA RLDO. $ $ $
SHORT TERM CHATTEL ANa
418 CALIFORNIA BLDG.
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DA. WARREN BROWN. General
office practice and skin and
venereal diseases. 206 Equitable
RHEUMATISM. GOUT? Electric
Hake Oven Maths. 10314 So. 11th
St., cor K. Lady attendants. Jos.
Weycr, M. T. Phono Main 7008.
DR. ROUH, 302 Provident. Main
S77S. Chronic diseases, general
DR. FOREMAN, SURGEON.
Bankers Trust Bldg.
DR. PAUL, PHYS. & SURG. X-RAY.
1111-12-13 Fidelity Bldg.
ORIENTAL—Dr. K. Ito. disease of
genlto-urlnary. 1512Va C. Main 9757
Dr. Yocum moved Natl. Realty Bldg.
Day. Main 500; night. Main 7600.
DR. JAM. A. LA GASA—Diseases of
women and surgery. Genlto-urln
ary diseases, Sd floor Natl. Realty
Bldg. Hours 2-4 and 7-8.
DR. J. W. CLINE. 3329 McKinley
ay. Surgery and general practice.
Phones: Office Main 264; Res. Main
DR. C. E. CASE, surgeon, gynecolo
gist. Office 1114H So. Kit. Res
idence 1010 So. 12th St. Phones:
Office, Main 6887; res.. Main 693.
DR. THYNO. SURGEON
Surgery and consultation only.
1201-1205 Fidelity Bldg. Main 400.
OSTEOPATH PHYSICIANS '
DR. STOTENBUR. Office 422 Bank
er *. rt Trust Blag- Main »608- 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 at.
COMMERCIAL BINDERY * PTG
CO., Inc., 758-758 Commerce st!
Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders.
Loose leaf devices.
208 Bankers Trust Bid*. Main 1849
427 Cal.-lildg. Phone Main 8427.
113 Bavmre-Scofleld Bldg. M. 6<B.
•it cases, etc. A. F. Hoska..iso7'
' ay. s
132S C St..
I .■ ?i
< C st.
WANTED—GirI waitress. Call at
the candy store opposite city hall.
WANTED —Woman cook for coun
try hotel, C.8.1; Proctor 1127.
THY our 60c FAMILY WASHING.
Famous Washing Co. Main 6464.
Work guaranteed. 714 Fidelity
nidg. Main 6499.
A FEW solicitors. Peterson's Stu
dio, 303 Taeoma ay.
TAILORS' and aressmalcers' sup
plies. Albert B. Baur Co., 317 11th.
CANCERS cured without knife or
plastor; consultation free, Stephen
Johnson, school bouse crossing.
Welnstone.laaies'sults IIP up.506 »th
■*.- w -,-,-.,-..-ii-Lrx^u-un^n-ij-|j-i.rij-i.rLf - L^r^^^\r-jM\ft.
HEWING by day, guaranteed. Impe
rial Apartments. Phone Main
6172. Call room 15.
Family Washing 50c
Metropolitan Wet Wuli Laundry
SOLICITOR wanted for city wort,
•Salary proposition. Only Rood live
man need apply. 11. G. Smith, cir
culation manager The Tacoma
THE Imperial Automobile academy
Is the, most complete and up-to
date auto school 111 the northwest.
Wo teach repairing in all branches,
full course on all systems of Igni
tion, magneto work, timing and all
fine point! of the business, We al
so give students full Instructions on
the operation of all up-to-date cars.
Our course Is complete from shop
work to driving. Enroll now. Com
plete course HO. Imperial Autumn
iille Academy, 5G17-D619 Union uv.,
YOUNG man to learn or finish
the. cleaning and pressing bual
nses. (JON North 43d., North 1756,
WANTED—To teach operator! on
picture machine In actual use.
Apply Nickelodeon, Puyullup.
GOOD news awaits George Sand-
Btrom If he will write his sister,
Christine Bandatrom at Albany,
Oregon, or Mrs. 11. Funnemark, 1106
80. 13th St.. Tacoma.
CALL and see agent! making dol
lar an hour. Room 11! Arcade
Hotel, S to 10 a. in., 7 to 8 p. m.
NEAT boy about 15 years of age,
with bicycle, for delivering,
Washington Dye Works. Phone
A FEW solicitors. Peterson's Stu
dio, 1)03 ',4 Tacoma ay.
PRIVATE teacher of shorthand,
English, bookkeeping, corpora
tion accounting, banking and com
mercial Huhjeets. Address Com.
Teacher, care Times.
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. Special
rates for 10 days. 11112 Jefferson
any "1 saw It In the Times".
BUSY MEN AND WOMEN "find! ft
convenient to telephone their For
Sale and Want Ads to The Times.
Main 12. Only one cent a word.
BOOKS AUDITED. Small sets kept.
Experienced bookkeeper. Charges
reasonable. Tel. Main 2632.
SITUATION wanted as chauffeur,
high power car preferred. 3824
No. 3Cth. Proctor 790.
WANTEDBy a young man attend
ing High school, work after school
and Saturday. Tel. Main 2929.
WANTED, work, would prefer to be
shipping clerk or collector. Can
furnish references and bond. Box
P-2, Times, or phono Main 421, Mr.
GOOD Japanese wants a position In
private family as chauffeur. 11.
T. Takeda, 525 Washington St., Se
FOR RENTNIco furnished room
steam heat, bath and bay view.
Apartment J, Waildcll.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, rea
sonable. 1)30 % So. K.
SVI.VAX, 701 St. Helens, furnished
rooms $1.50 up; hskpi;. suites,
NICE, clean furnished rooms, $1.50
week up; hot and cold water, free
bath. Harold House, 133S So. D.
FOR RENTFurnished and unfur
nished rooms. Call after 6 p. m.,
CO7 So. 10th st., Flat P. Main 8480.
IF you have a room—a room which
Is not bringing you In any money,
then you nre doing at least two
people an injustice—yourself and a
prospective roomer. You can rent
your room through Times Want Ads
2, 8 and 4-r. suites 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,
653 80. C Bt.
HOTEL MODERN—Nicely furnished
corner rooms; single, 11.25 up;
liskpg.. $2.00 i; ik ISO 4 D St. and
1945 So. E. Private baths. Free lndy.
FURNISHED rooms, |i week up.
1644 So. D st,
Quick Shoe Repair Shop, 916 Com.;
reasonable, belt work. Main 4419.
Werner & Moe, Uooaj-ear Quick
Shoo Repair Co.. 922 Commerce.
FOR SALE OH EXCHANGE]
BUNGALOW bargain, cut $250; $2,
--250, $260 cash, |25 monthly; locat
ed on So. 54th, near Mann school.
Will take third In vacant lots. Len
nox Investment Co., 1103 Commerce,
DO you appreciate the Importance
of having your plumbing done
right? Our guarantee and wcrk
mannhlp Insure 'vluml>fi!i( - perfec
tion. Will. H. -Toftee I'llllg. Co.
'Elliott, 610 Bkrs. Trust. Patents.
Trade Marks. Drawings. Main 6779.
WOOD AND COAIi ■
PETERSON BROS., nay. grain, poul
try supplies and coal and wood.
10th and K. Phone Main 831.
I ' BAKERY.
THADEN'S Bakery & Coffee House,
"The Millionaire's Club," BIS
.'' DINNER PARTIES.
M-^nr^ndfu-rinruMvri. .. ,,,f , ,.,,,,., r.nnn
and room and board at Mrs. H .Tor
gensen's dining; room, above dill
Drug Co., So. Tsr.oma.
•'V : UNDERTAKERS.
C. O. LYNN CO.—Funeral Directors.
•10-12 Tacoma ay. Main 7745.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
Through Times Want Ads. The number of
readers of TIMES WANT ADS is so large
that most any kind of a proposition adver
tised here will find interested persons. A
person wanting to trade city real estate for
farm property can get in touch with his man
through Times Want Ads. Stocks of goods
in neighboring towns can be traded for
[Whatever is preferred by a "To Exchange"
ad in this paper. Write to The Times about
your proposition and get advice about the
ad. Phone Main 12.
CHEAP—6 year old horse, harness
and wagon, suitable for delivery
or driving. A. F. Fourtlotte, cor
ner Division Lane and McKinley ay.
FOR SALE CHEAP— One 3-in. Bain
wagon in first-class condition or
will trade for 3%-in. In good con
dition. Sixth Add. Transfer Co.
ASK your dealer for STERLING
brooms, warranted. Tacoma
Broom Factory, 2310 So. 10th.
FOR BALE — 6 months old Jersey
heifer, $20. Call 3216 So. Bth St.
FOR SALE— Light, rebuilt truck, 50
h. p. Best buy In the city. Rear
1305 So. O st.
HORSED from 1000 To 1700 lbs.,
guaranteed. 1322 Commerce. Main
Cast Iron top, polished steel body.
18-Inch wood $3.60
20-inch wood $4.
24-inch wood .SB.OO
Air tight, make and renovated.
M. H. ULVIN
Tel. Main 6844. 1125 Tacoma Ay.
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
arc agents for the famous Great
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, and
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.
FOR SALE CHLCaF—Delivery team
and harness, $85; single Jiorse,
harness and wagon, $65; single
spring wagon, $25; set of hnny»ss,
$7.50. COS Puyallup «-V., , opposite
freight sheds. • '*• ...»
A young cow, giving 2 gallons milk;
a good horse cheap; also 6 young
geese, at 3407 So. Sheridan.
FOR SALE—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 Ludefisk and home
made dill pickles, wholesale and
retail, at M. Johnson, 38th ana Mc-
Klnley. Phone Main 8219.
ALL household furniture for sale.
3628 So. K.
FRESH green ground bone daily.
Tacoma Meat Co., 1508 Pac. ay.
INVALID chairs for rent. Physic
lans' Supply Co., 954 Commerce.
ONE twin cylinder " Ilarley-Davld
son and one single cylinder Har
ley-Davidson, each equipped with
lamp and tandem seat. Kay E. Day,
'.'45 Tacomu ay,
FOR SALE—Two milch goats, one
giving milk, at 710 So. 50th st.
Phone Madison 513.
MITCHELL NURSERY. Larchmont.
Fruit trees, roses, etc. Main 7871 R5
FOR SALE CHEAP — 2-lnch pipe
and greenhouse glass. Phone
Main 8062. . __
BUy your trees, roses, berry hol
ly, shrubs. 706 So. G. Main 3139.
JANITORS' brushes and supplies.
735 St. Helena ay.
SOMK one wants what you want to
sell. Get In touch with them
through The Times "Want Ad"
FRANKLIN, 1910. auto, $750. Own
er, 207 Equitable.
MOTORCYCLES— EmbIem, Harley-
Davidson and Excelsior. 1012 So.
PIANO tuning and repairing. Main
2424. T. T. Richmond, 31122 So.
810 sale on prnnlteware, 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. .
BUY NOW IN GIG HARBOR »>«
fore the Olympic railroad Is built.
FOR SALE— 4 fine lots, N." E. tor.
No. 16th and Washington ats..
A-l title. Look them over; best of
fer takes them; cash or terms, to
suit. Address O. F. Messer, M. 'T>.,
owner, 122 East Heron St., Aber
CLEAN-UP sale of box top sewing
machines, all guaranteed; ' »i>.oe
buys ix good one. 21!) 11th si. Main
576! i. -
IF YOU have a fat or fresh cow
to sell, call Boston Market, 2321
Pacific ay. Main 449. £
A FULL line of heating stoves; get
our prices. Overland Furniture
Co., 1131-33 Tacoma ay. Main 8727.
SHUETT— line of 2nd hani
goods on market. 1143 Com. |it.
YOUNQ JOHNSON LUMBER CO.,'
At Hall's Shooting Galley, 1538
THE EVERGREEN NURSERY
So. 12th 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. i
SPLENDID bargains 3ln ■ second
hand adding machines In all '.he
standard makes. H. D. Baker, 601
Savage-acofleld i Bldg. Phone Main
~~ ALT HEIDELBBRQ BEER •
Columbia - Brewing ; C*. ; Order a
case. Mala It), ..
I LIVE geese for sale for Thanksglv-
I ing. 7006 So. J st. Phone Main
■ 7849 Party K-6.
: WANTED to buy household goods,
i Win. Fltz-Henry Co., 10? So. 12th.
■ Tel. Main 87»C.
' MARSHALL wants your second
hand goods. 1149 C st Main
- FINE Chinese teas and silk weal.
Sam Hlng Co.. 1354 So. D.
POULTRY AND EGGS
! TEAR-OLD " li Ito Leghorn hens!
19a each; also one 2-year-old
. rooster, $1.50. Main 8399.
I I BUILD or rebuild up-to-date
chicken houses, day or contract.
. Phone Main 8319 or address X 1417
So. 58th St., city.
1 BUILD up-to-date poultry houses.
FOR RENT — 7-room modern house
with largo attic walking dls
, tance. 1209 So. O st. Nice place.
, Call Thompson, Times office, 9th
and Commerce st. Main 12.
FOR —6-room house, com
pletely furnished. Call 1518 No.
KO"r~RENT—No. SI2 So. M St., S
• rooms, fine condition, walking
distance; water, gas and range and
heating Itove included, at $20 \— •*
inoritli. Key next door. J. W.
Hoops & Sons. Main 1442.
COZY 4-room cottage, near Frank
lin school, all conveniences. 604
80. I. Main 7243. '
FOR KENT— modern B-room
cottage at 2324 and 2322 So. G
st., also a 4-room flat -with gas
range, only $6, at 2302 So. G st. in
quire 2317 So. Yakima ay.
4302 No. 33d. furnished ... .$12.00
1911 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 3Sth 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. Yakima, $11 1422
So. 54 th. 6-r., hath, $15. Lennox.
206 Equitable Bldg.
EAST End house, all new, modern
bungalows, 3, 4, 5 and 7 rooms.
Miiin 2028. Ed Donahue.
KENT a house and we will furnish
It for you for cash or easy pay
ments. Toe Furniture Co.. 911-1* C.
WANTED TO J BORROW
MORTGAGE] MONEY WASTED
O/|TA We offer subject to prior
Ol'/Il sal 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
pense to Investor.
LENNOX INVESTMENT COMPANY
206 Equitable Bldg.
WANTED — $7000. Gilt edge se
curity. Address Box P-4. Times.
LADIES' suits a specialty, $15 for
making. Andrew Rlngseth, 1016
So. 11 th st. _____
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
nish. d $3.50 and 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.
SlC)NSJohnson will do It for less.
Main 1349. 115 So. 14th st.
FOUND—Two white horses, weight
about 1100 lbs. each. Owner can
have same by paying this ad. and
feed for same. 4070 Pacific ay. Mad
FURNISHED flat, I rooms, modern,
comfortable, walkl — ~ distance
Apply at 61* ::„. _ a st.. Flat C.
TWO bright rooms, electric light,
bath, $8.50 and $5.00. Easy walk-
Ing distance. 1010 So. Yakima ay.
Furnished housekeeping rooms $l.v.
week up. 1942 So. D A Jefferson.
COMFORTABLE Ist and 2d floor
, apartments. 324 No. O. Main 8761.
FOR RENT—Furnished flat, "fine
view of bay and mountain, five
minutes' walk from 9th and Pa
ciflc ay. 404 So. C.
COZY, nicely furnished front rooms
$3 a week, also single rooms.
Harrison Hotel. 13th and Tacoma.
; Main 4955.
• Hskpg. & single rms. 740 So. E-it
WRLL furnished housekeeping and
i single rooms, steam heat, modern
i conveniences: reasonable rates. 902
i So. a and 9th Bts. ■ - .
. THE ANTLBRS— Furnished ' hnkpft
rms.; modern: central: 111614 C
! ROOMS AND BOARD.
■ BAY ,"I saw It In the Times." ■ '■■'
i ROOM'; wm. ■or • without board.
lira. Crow. 415 So 8. Mala 1194.
LOST—A setter do*, yellow spot
ted, 16 months old; has one white
eye. Finder please notify Lir. S. W.
Mowers, N. P. Hospital.
LOST—Yesterday afternoon round
brooch with young girl's picture
on. Keward. Phone Main SBSB.
LOST—Somewhere In neighborhood
of 11th and X St., one pair of
rimless eye glasses with gold chain,
enclosed In black case. Keturn to
SO4 Natl. Realty Bids. Reward.
LOST—Row boat, name "Evenda L.'
Finder write Scott's Studio, Tacoma.
LOST—Small sized English setter
dot. So. End, black »pot on each
car and one on hip, nbout 2 years
old. Reward If returned to R. W
Cady. Proctor 1197.
Wanted — Miscellaneous
WANTED—A couple of small chil
dren to board, reasonable, good
home. Address 1-4. Times.
FOR RENT—S-room modern cot
tage, furnished complete. SOI So.
M st. Main 8549.
FURNISHED house for rent to a
desirable family of 2 or 3 mem
bers who will board and room
owner. A nicely furnished 7-room
bungalow Including' piano, furnace,
heat, etc. Family going to Califor
nia for the winter. Phone Main
254 or call 352!) McKlnlcy ay.
FOR IALB CHEAP—43-room room-
Ing house, on terms. Owner leav
ing City, Call 1954 Jefferson ay.
FOX BALE—The best key and um
brella shop in city. Owner must
leave for health. Box I'-l, Times.
FOH SALE —Laundry. "Must sell as
the owner has to leave city; $140
trade per week. Privje $1200. Ad
dress ltox C-l, Times.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS—Don't
worry over your buniness. Write
to D. M. Harnert 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 trnile. good fix
tures such as cash register, meat
sllcer, scales, Ice cabinet, every
thing complete, new stock of goods.
V.'ill sacrifice on this. Have other
business. 323 So. 11th,
FOX SALE—Small rooming house,
good location, cheap for cash or
terms, Call 1101 Vi So. U st.
FOX SALE—One double front bus
iness building, 2 stories and
basement on 100 ft. frontage and
water front, on main business
street fit head of bay. Look it
over, the best offer takes it, cash
or terms. See Geo. F. Kecney,
head of bay. Gig Harbor. Wn.
Ordlnnnec >o. 12.1
An Ordinance approving and con
firming the assessment and assess
ment roll of Sewer District 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; Chamber street
from Lafayette street to the waters
of Puget Sound; Lafayette street
from Union avenue to the alley be
tween Pacific street and Wllkrs
street; Pacific street from ltninicr
street tn Lafayette .street; Starling
street from Union avenue to Pierce
street; NllQUally 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
foet southwesterly from the west
erly line of Pierce street, also from
a point 15 feet northeasterly from
tho easterly line of Pierce street
to Pacific street, all in the Town
of Stellaconm, 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 the amounts thereof
against the several lots, tracts and
parcels of land and other property,
as shown on said roll, establishing
a Local Improvement District Fund
and fixing the date for the issuance
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
COUNCIL OF TIIK TOWN OF
STEILACOOM, WASHINGTON, as
Section I—That tho assessment
and assessment roll of Bewer Dis
trict No, 1 for the construction of a. .
sanitary sewer system within and
along tlie following named streets j
towit: Union avenue from Starling ,
street to Lafayette street; Cham
bers street from Lafayette- street j
to the waters of Puget Sound;
Lafayette street from Union avenue
to the alley between Pacific street !
and Wllkes street; Pacific street
from Rainier street to Lafayette I
street; Starling street from Union '
avenue to Phrce street; Xisijually ,
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 avenuo to a point '
132 feet west of Seventh street;
Frederick street from Nisqually
street to Starling street and Raln
ier street from Union avenue to a
point 15 feet southwesterly from ,
the westerly line of Pierce street,
also from a point J5 feet north- !
easterly from the easterly lino of
Pierce street to Pacific street, all
in the Town of Stcilacoom, Pierce
County, Washington, all In accord
ance with the plans find specifica
tions on file In the office of the
Town Clerk under Ordinance No. i
115, as the same now stands, be,
and the same is hereby In all things
approved and confirmed.
S~?*l<?n- 2—Tt>at each of the lot",
tracts, parcels ot la.id ar.i utucr
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
Bald roll. There is hereby levied
and assessed against each such
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. "BBWKA DIS
TRICT FUND. BEWEK DISTRICT
Section 4 —That the lth 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 6—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.
11. M. SARVANT.
Mayor of the Town of Stellaconm.
Attest: JOSEPH BOWRON.
Clerk of the Town of Steilncoom.
Filed by me this I.lth day of No
JOSEPH BOWRON, Clerk.
WANTED TO BUY
and stoves. J. O. Purkey, 1315
C at. Main 6839. .
WOULD like to buy an old piano,
cheap. State price. Box P-5,
Times. • •
WANTEDQuick repair shoe out
fit. Phone Main 9418.
SPECIAL . NOTICES
PHONE Mala 1845 and we will calL
Pantormm. 896 Commerce it.
SHOOTING gallery for desirable
real estate, pay cash difference.
Restaurant for real estate. P. O.
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.
FOR Puyallup Valley lands. see
Harry V. Smith 204 Provident bldg.
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. It. HARRIS
903 Pacific ay. Main 6471
Snap. 2 fine corner lots 50x112,
7-room house, shop: grading done;
1900, terms. 3636 East G and 37th.
GAHDEN 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—One 8-room house and
3 lots, most beautiful scenery on
sound, plenty of fruit trees, plants
and chicken houses, a bargain.
Best offer ensh or terms taken 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
and $10 per month.
J. M. CURTIS & CO.
314 Bankers Trust Bldg.
10 acres on Maury Island, $300,
good land, % mile from boat land-
Ing. Address Charles Wilson, 4421
SSth ay. So.. Seattle Wn.
FARMS FOR SALE OH
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.
11. W. MYERS
423 Perkins Bldg.
Two acres 1 mile west of Sales
station, C miles from city hail, liciiu
tlful park like trees, level: worth
at least $400. Price $300; $50 down,
$10 per month.
T. W. ASPINALL
604 Natl. Realty Bldg. Main 873
Bungalow, 5-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.
FOR SALE OH RENT
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 southeaut of Elm
hurst sta., Spanaway line. For sale
by owner. G. G. Storaasli, Parkland,
Wash. Box 46.
5-room new bungalow, 2 lots, on
East Harrison, near car line, $1200,
$100 down, $10 per month. This
beats renting. T. D. Gregory. Of
fices Morton and McKlnley ay.
Small cottage, 2 level lots 2 feet
above grade, all Improvements in,
good location, 12 minutes' car ride
from 11th and Pacific. Price $800,
H. B. LAKE
403 Perkins Bldg.
"GOOD BUYS IN GIG HARBOR. Get
In on the ground floor."
8-room, plastered, modern plumb
ing, 2 lots, near paved street and
car. Price $1600, $500 cash. See me
for rooming houses. Mrs. Tramb
ley, 108 So. 9th at.
For sale new 6-room bungalow,
modern, bay view, 1 block from
Point car line. Phone owner. Proc
40 acres only $25 per acre, also
34 acres made prairie soil, cover
ed with wild grass at a bargain
price. Description at office. We
build homes, loan money, write fire
■Indue* & Hill, 214 Bankers Tni«<
10 Acres With Stock
Only 25 minutes' ride from bus
iness center and near car, all good
soil, good bearing orchard and ber
ries, fino water, good house, barn,
chicken houses, nice mare and year
ling colt. 2 new wagons, harness,
dandy milch cow about 60 chick
ens, farming implements, lots of
potatoes, plenty of hay for winter.
This is a snap—owner is leaving.
Price only $3500 for everything.
•*"• iii Bankers Trust Bldg.
Bargain in Rooming
24 rooms; $500 will handle It.
21 rooms; will exchange for a
larger or sell cheap.
Both doing well and in good
Wo have the largest list in Ta
coma. . r
$2000 cash will get you a house
that brings you $200 per month net.
Tacoma R. E. Agency
304 Bernlce Bldg.
And still they come to get good
dairy ranches at my office. 1 list
the best raid sell on its merits and
a guarantee goes with my ranches
when I say It Is good. One more
that is a dandy, 80 acres and one
40 acres, with cows. Come In arid
talk with me about these.
O. N. JOHNS
-~ 317 California Bldg.
6 acres on old Puyallup car line,
2 miles to school and station, heat
■oil, $550. Stcttka, -6216 So. War
ner st., So. Tacoma. -■.<<•■ • .
RANCH FOR SALE *7~~
7 acres good shot clay, cleared,
2 <icr»i orchard, 2 block* east of
Parkland. Adoiph Anderson, Park
land. . • ; -.. -
Thursday, Nov. 21, 1912.
(By United Press I/enned Wire.)
INDIANAPOLIS, fad., Nov. 21.
—Ortie E. McManlgal, star wit
ness of the government In the
cases of 4 7 labor loaders here
charged with the Illegal trans
portation of dynamite from state
to state, resumed the witness
stand shortly before noon today.
McManlgal said he usually
rode in smoking cars when car
rying nitroglycerine for the
various explosions he caused.
James K. Ray and Edward
Smythe are still in custody.
Their bondsmen have not yet ap
(By United Tress Leased Wire.)
ROCHESTER, X. V., Nov. 21.
— The committee on reports of
the American Federatoln of La
bor in convention here, consider
ed today the annual report of
President Gompers on the floor
of the convention. When Gomp
ers' suggestoln that the federa
tion refrain from participating in
any political party was read, .Max
Hayes, socialist, of Cleveland, de
Hayes charged that the federa
tion's executive committee during
the last campaign printed the
platforms of the democrats, re
publicans and progressives but
ignored the socialists.
IT WOULDN'T APPKAIi
"I wish I knew the secret of
"Why, that ought to be easy—
do you ever try tolling your cus
tomers a funny story?"
"You forget that I sel crutches.'
When Paul Jarvis, assistant
city engineer, was asked yester
day If he knew of the clause In
the county franchise which called
for setting the pipe in the Green
river line three feet below the
surface, he said he had never
heard of it, although he was for
several months representing the
city on Contractor McHugh's,
work. The result, he said, was
that much of the pipe was not
that depth below the surface.
L. D. Packard said McHugh'a
men dug much of the hardpan
from the bottom of the ditch
with pick and shovel, and ther«
was other testimony submitted
which bore out the idea that Mc-
Ilugh had gone to much need
less expense in performing the
Want 6th Ay. Trade.
6 or 7-room modern house. In 'West
End for a pair of lots, one gilt edge
Ist mortgage and balance cash.
Want to pay from $2000 to *3000
and am In a hurry, so Ket busy at
once If you want to sell. Hernem
bcr w<| trade and if you don't think
so try us.
SEE BUItK FOR VALL.KY T^AND
204 Hankers Trust Bldg.
Phone Proctor 394, evenings.
WILL TRADE FOR LOTS
Good house In North Knd rented
for $16. subject to nale. Address
B. Sprowls, 1020% Tacoma ay.
On 7-room "house, modern, 1 Mock
from Pt. Defiance line; a beautiful
corner of 2 lots, all assessments la
and paid In full. Here Is your
chance; It belongs to a non-resident
nnd we are Instructed to sell a*
suit has been Instituted. If Inter
ested com\ In at once. 11-21-T1
D. M. MORGAN CO.
205 Equitable Bldg.
10 acres on county road nea#
town, railroad, etc., not far front
Tanunia; the very be«t kind of eollj
for sale at (26 per acre; ten acr*4
»250. terms ISO cash, balance $10
C.HAB. M. DAVIS
408-B Natl. Realty Bide.