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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE M^
:.,/ --ESTABLISHED 18S3
COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST
' - Co., The Competent Tel. Main 101.
109 So. 10th st.
TACOMA TITLE CO.. The Competi
tor, cor. Fidelity Uldg. Main 2194.
■ ABSTRACTS. EXAMINED
V. W. GREENMAN, LAWYER—IIIB
■ ■ Fidelity Bldg. Tel. Main 1884.
104 A »t. Stables 6th & St. Helens. T.
CAB. Trans. Co. Main 43.
PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 64.
,-, rL i - -rTjn.n.ru ■.-... mjuyyir. -r-ru^_ *S'.*iJ*f>*V*'
Allen McCullough, B. A., mining en
gineer, chemist; smelter shipments
superintended. 1142 D. Main 3007..
F. A. Latcharn, attorney-at-law.
_ 403-6 Berlin Uldg. Main 2240.
GOLD GROUND—Ladles and gents.
Best shine In city. 1112 Vi Pac. ay.
TACOMA SHOE SHINING PARLORS
—We cater to ladles and children.
12 chairs. !)07',4 Pacific ay.
_'_ _ _ BLUE PRINTING
Nicholson, sun and electric printing.
603-7 Fidelity Bldg. Main 474.
HOUSES built .ii. part of money
lent 206 Equitable.
BLACKSMITH AND PLUMBING
BLACKSMITHS' and plumbers' sup
plies, machinery. Coast 2d Hand
Hdw. Co., 1834 Com. St. Main 3387.
TIIAIH.N'S Bakery A Coffee House.
"The Millionaire's Club," «18
OLD TOWN BOWLING ALLEY,
2414 No. 30th. Come once, come
i~- -i-11-.-.-inrin n.r■■i.a_n_n_ru- > n/i^iri.n^j-LTu*u-Lilj^j-Lr
CARPENTERING anil Jobbing, mod
el pattern making Instrument
given. 1124 Spraguc. Main 836.
NEW and repair work. G. H. Eg
gleston, 136K Court C. Main 1773.
<V.-... ««.,..,.., . , ..,■ ...., M i -...ws^xs/x
YAK KLEAN Vacuum cleaner; will
rent you machine or furnish com
petent operator. Main 2764.
M. L. HOL'CK—Carpet beating, re
fitting and laying; feather reno
vating anil upholstering. 2812 6th
>v. Main 826,
Nicholson, lot surveys, platting
gen, engineering. 503-7 Fid. Bid.
CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
LUCKEY'S DYE ' WORKS, " 738 "~St*
Helens. Gents' suit, skirt or Jacket
cleaned and pressed-6ou up. Quick
calls and delivery. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Main 7161.
J. A. DONALDSON. 311 9th St., 20
years' experience. Tel. Main 7480.
WORK guaranteed. 714 Fidelity
Bldg.. 11th and C. Main 6499.
CO.—Largest moving equipment In
N. W. furniture vans, trucks and
auto dellvery..J«^orage warehouses.
Equipped V naiulle anything. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Office Cor
19th and Par. Main 706.
: ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
COLEMAN & HAIIN ELECTRIC CO
Motors and generators repaired
armature winding, s/'neral repair-
Ing. 1123 A St. Phone Main 6327.
FORWARDING COMPANY ""
■ NORTHWEST'Poii^WARDING COm"
• - PANY. Household goods, ma
chinery, pianos and automobiles as
, sembled and forv/arded to all points.
cc us. 1722 Pacific ay. Main 397.
•T: '■ THE WILTW
- 1318 So. D St.
Every room 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 60c and $1.00.
;' . Kingston Hotel
Steam heat, hot water, $2.60 to 15 00
per 'Week, 60c, 76c, 11.00 per day
;lI6H So. 11th. cor D st u>y '
A few more steam heated rooms at
■ Alaskan Hotel. 14th and Pacific.
- BOSTWICK HOTEL, 768 C st
r-.. Newly furnished. *
■ HOTEL GORDON — Good clean
- rooms, 26c and up. 1306 'A Pac.
■ ay. Main 1809. : ; .
J HOTEL GRAYS HARBOR, under
new management. 1509 Commerce.
■' C ' Frederlckson, Manager. , ■
.'BAKERHOTEL,'732 Commerce st
Board and room. Mrs. . Merrltt,
if rop.-^;i,-~,---'--< ..:z- :."■,■ ?'- -■■■-
PMASSASOIT HOT : 17th and C
. »ts., two blocks from depot. Rms.
I6c, 35c and 60c night; $1.25, $1.60
and $2.00 week.
COLONIAL, , opp., city hall. Dandy
I WHITE'S HOTEL,—Newly furnished
transients ■ and •weekly. • 25c and
'? »oc. L-110H So. 14th, near Pacific
' lIOTEL VICTORIA— modern,
>' r« fireproof t bldg. \. Rooms ' SOc, 75c
and up. 1.T16'/i So. ('. Phone M. 11454.
CLEANING : AND' PRESSING
; ed and pressed,' 600 up. 620 80.
MOVING ; AND j STORAGE^
f PMTTIIANSKKR CO.. Mala tt.
|^gt^ I'OSTAL photos r, _■ ::
OO '■ to- Everybody's Studio. 1136 So.
i^.C st (or real photo.postals. j'* j^i
I eEBT.' place for up-to-date photo
aoveltlos. ■ Owl Studio,; 112« C: st
HACKS FOR FUNERALS
Tacoma cemetery, $4: Catholic cem
etery. $6. Pac. Trans. Co. Main 64
MANUFACTURER of leather good«.
suit cases, etc, A. F. lio.ka. 1807
MONEY TO LOAN
MORTGAGE LOANS. Any amount
• Kettle A Busselle, Berlin Bids.
WANTED TO LOAN—»I2OO on good
Tacoma property. Box 11-100.
LOANS In any amount. Cotton &
Moser. 417 Unlike™ Trust BldtJ.
1 JIAVK money (or improved city
real estate or farms loans.
GEO. WALTER I iI.sSKI.L
311: Equitable Bldg. .
LOANS In any amount. Cotton &
Muxer, 417 Bunkers Trust Bldg.
OUH OWN MONEY
for city and farm loans. Any
amount for as lung; as you like.
Immediate answer given all appli
cations. Low rates.
W. N. DOUII A CO.. INC.
70t-lU Fidelity Uldg. Main 7505.
MONEY on real estate. Daniel Mc-
Gregor, 310 Berlin Bldg.
GNU hundred and up to loan. Len-
pox Investment Co.. 206 Kqultable.
MONEY TO LOAN, plenty of It. low
eat rates, no delay. Gunston-
I Have Just received several
thousand dollars to loan a 1 and
I per cent. Inquire J. L. ttuapp, 1211
PRIVATE, money to loan, from 150
to "no. payments to unit, no
commission, money always on hand.
Cull 6318 So. Fife St., Felix Dubolfl.
5, 6 and 7 PEK CENT
On Improved real estate or for
building. Money advanced as build
L. K. Manning * Co., Equitable Bid.
MORTGAGE LOANS In amounts
from $300 up; low rates; no -delay.
NORTON «V CO.. 210-11 Berlin Bldg.
LOANS for home building or to
pay off old mortgage. Lowest
rates, special privileges to borrow
ers—3 to 8 years. Money always on
H. J. SCIIWINN & CO., Inc
216-219 Tacoma Dldg.
ON Imp. real estate. I* N. Hanson
& Co., Tacoma lllilg.. 11th & A It
SALARY AND CHATTEL LOANS
STATE SECURITY CO.
LOWEST RATES IN TACOMA
If you are In need of from $5 to
$100 call and Investigate our
method of loaning money to honest
worklngmen steadily employed.
NO MORTGAGE. . .NO INDORSER
STATE SEURITY COMPANY ,
307 California Bldg. - .. .
CHATTEL LOANS. SALARY LOANS
I propose to make loans
at a lower rate than you
can get anywhere until the
newspapers and philanthropists
provldo a cheaper place. Then I'll
quit or compete. My business Is
conducted along courteous, busi
ness-like and humantarlan princi
ples. You can get 16 to $100 today,
and If our contract Is not satisfac
tory I'll cheerfully accept my
money back In 24 hours without
cost. D. 1). Drake, 210 Bankers
BIIORT TERM CHATTEL LOANa
418 CALIFORNIA BLDO.
DR. WARREN " BROWN. General
office practice and skin and
venereal diseases. 206 Equitable
RHEUMATISM. GOUT? Electric
Bako Oven Baths, mill's So. nth
St., cor K. Lady attendants. Jos.
Weyer, M. T. Phono Main 7008.
DR. ROBB, 303 Provident. Main
3778. Chronic diseases, . general
DR. FOREMAN, SURGEON.
Bankers Trust Bldg.
DR. PAUL, PHYS. ft EURO. X-RAY.
1111-12-13 Fidelity Bldg.
ORIENTAL— K. Ito, disease of
genlto-urlnary. 15UH C. Main »757
Dr. Yocum moved NatL Realty Bldg.
Day, Main 600; night. Main 7600.
DR. JAS. A. LA GASADiseases of
women and surgery. Genlto-urln
fry diseases, 3d floor NatL Realty
Bldg. Hours »-4 and 7-8.
DR. J. W. CLINE. 1029 McKlnley
ay. Surgery and general practice.
Phones: office Main 264; Res. Mala
DR. C. E. CASE, surgeon, gynecolo
gist Office 11144 So. Kit. Res
idence 1010 So. Uth at Phones:
Office. Main 6887; res.. Main 693.
DR. THYNO. SURGEON
Surgery and consultation only.
1201-1206 Fidelity Bldg. Main 400,
DR. STOTENRUR. Office 422 Bank
ers Trust Bldg. Main 8609. Res.
Main 9610. ■
AUTOMOBILE, marine and all ma
chinery repairs. Hicks-Bull Ma
chine Co. Phone Main -1874. No 6
So. 12th st. ■
COMMERCIAL BINDERY it PTQ
CO.. Inc.. 766-758 Commerce at
Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders.
Loose leaf devices.
PAINTING & PAPERHANQINO
FRANK & IIANSMON, 738 St. Hel
ens ay. Phone Main 6142. ■
111 Bavage-3cofl«ld Bldg. M. 6*l.
WE sharpen safety razor ' blades
All work guaranteed. V>rg!' Drug
Co. lU4 Pacific ay. "
; - FUNERAL DIRECTORS:;
SOUTH TaCOMA funeral directors
- Call night or day. M. 1122. BUM.
Morrow A Sterile. 6034 Union ay.
?■:'■''. ffffl' STORAGE. "V; ■'" ''":;
COMMERCIAL-FIDELITY , TRUCK
<-.* CO.—S largo « warehouses; ? fire
proof. Largest storage < concern •In
the N. «. W. •- Rooms under lock for
H. i H.-.R* goods. i Expert *-' furniture
packers. - Office Cor. l»th * and Pa
cific Main 706.: ■ -■' -~ : ■ ■- .
FAIKWEATHER LODGE, No. 82,
A P. * A. M., will hold a
AA stated communication
_ /fTy. Thursday, Feb. 13, 7:30 p.
r^jOC Sojourners Invited.
* >T^\ RANDALL 8. WILLIAMS.
WM. E. BURKHART, S»!C.
STATE LODGE, No. 68. F. & A. M.
(si Special first degree work,
mA Masonic Temple. Wednes-
ZcU* day, Jan. 29, 7:30 p. m.
«£Lrn Sojourners cordially ln
/Hy\ V teLEE p. hill, W. M.
JONATHAN SMITH, Sec
LEBANON LODGE. No. 104. F. &
(fb A. M. Stated communlca-
BA tlon at Masonic Temple,
/*SV Monday, Feb. 3, 1913, at
eMflsVli 7:30 o'clock. Work In
MJnT first degree. Sojourners
/ ''Q' V cordially Invited.
EDGAR M. BURNS, W. M.
JACOB E. NOEL, Sec
DESTINY LODGE, U. D. F. and A.
CD M. Special communlca
jfK tlon. Masonic Temple.
/Ul Monday February 3, 7:30
yfjLiJOV- '". Work in E. A. de-
AQiJqC kit". Sojourners cordl
• r "ally Invited.
E. A. RICHARDSON, W. M.
C. W. BACKUS, Sec.
TACOMA LODGE. No. 22, F. & A.
fib M. Special communlca
-80, tion Friday afternoon, Jan.
X3\ 31, 1913, at 1:30 o'clock.
wQV*\V<.ik In third degree.
Twv/9'v All Master Masons cordl
f^Qr* ally Invited.
' ' FRANK D. OAKLEY, W. M.
G. DOWE McQUESTEN, Sec.
shampooing, scalp treatments. lift
1108 6th ay.
TACOMA FURNITURE & GENER
AL REPAIR CO. have moved to
723 So. 9th. Main 3850. .
T. T. RICHMOND, piano tuner and
repairer, has moved to 3022 So.
12th. Main 2424.
BUSY MEN AND WOMEN find It
convenient to telephone their For
Sale and Want Ads to The Times,
Main 12. Only one cent a word.
ROOMS papered and paper fur
nished $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.
ROOMS AND BOARD
WANTED—Two gentlemen board
ers, modern home; "good eatln's."
Close In. $0 per week. Main 2270.
WARM, well furnished rooms for
gentlemen; Rood bath, first class
board, $5.00 per week. 923 So. E st.
NICELY furnished rooms with or;
without board. Hotel Kismet, ]
929 So. Est Rates reasonable. .V
WANTED —2 or 3 children to board, j
close to school, nice yard. 3321
AOOMS with or without board.
Mrs. Crow. 415 So. E. Main 6194.
CAMPING . "
SHORE front camping privileges
free to private parties, lodges
and societies. Box V-1002 Times.
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Cures rheumatism and kidney dis
eases. 769 So. Cst Mala 5284.
WOVEN TRIPLE WIRE STAY $2.60
UP. MME. W. WYNN, 714 FI
DELITY BLDG. MAIN 6499.
WORK guaranteed. The oldest
houae mover In town. J. P. Becker,
1419 So. Alnsworth, cor. 15lh.
FOR men and women, wages while
learning. Muler Barber College,
1201V4 Pacific ay.
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 6779.
LARGE new stock of wall paper,
very latest designs and patterns.
Acme quality paints, adapted to the
western climate. A. 8, Johnson A
Co.. 1142 C St.
OLIVER HENRY. Tacoma Garbage
Co. Main 6401. Contracts made
for cleaning yards, vnults and cess
pools. Garbage removed by month.
AMERICAN GARBAGE CO. — Re
movlnf? garbage and refuse of all
kinds. 216 Puy. ay. M. 742, res. 7539.
SAMPLE SHOE SHOP
WRIGHTS, sth floor Cal. Bldg.
Women's, men's and children's
shoes. $2.00 and $2.50.
WOOD AND COAL
PETERSON BROS., hay, grain, poul
try supplies and coal and wood.
10th and K. Phone Main 331.
and room and board at Mrs. 11. Jor
gensen's dining room, above Gill
Drug Co.. So. Tacoma..
C. O. LYNN CO.— Funeral Directors.
910-12 Tacoma ay. Main 7745.
SO. TACOMA FUNERAL PARLORS,
6433 Union ay. Main 1082. Goo.
W. Piper. . . . :
ANDREW RINOSETH the Tailor for
■ men and women, 1016 So. 11th.
Phone Main 4877. ■" ", ' »
WINES AND LIQUORS
LANOERT LIQUOR CO.. 1326 C St.
wholesale and family trade
solicited. Free delivery. Main (023.
C 7-'- VV SHOE REPAIRING".;:. "■'■ >:"■
BOOTS ' and . shoes ■ repaired, - prices
reasonable. - Sheridan ay. Shoe
Shop, cor. 23d and Sheridan ay. <■■
Quick Shoe Repair Shop. »1« Com.;
■ ■ reasonable. - best work. Main 4419.
Werner & Moe. - Goodyear Quick
-J Shoe. Repair^ Co.. 938 . Commerce, a
THE TACOMJt TIMES.
FOR SALE -■
AUCTION SALE FRIDAY, JANU
sAV^H^ T A 10L SOVTH "T"
ON ABOVE DATE WE WILL OF
FER THE FOLLOWING GOODS-
Very fine mahogany davenport
upholstered In Spanish leather, two
combination book casea and writ-
Ing desks, new and second hand
Iron beds, springs and mattresses,
dining tables and chairs,- dressers
and commodes, range, cook stove,
wood heater, gas beaters, rugs and
WM. FITZ-HENRT ; ' -
FOR SALE—BuII Terrier puppies,
thoroughbreds. Tel. Proctor 930.
TRAM, harness and wagon for sale
or will exchange for horse, spring
wagon and harness; also one Dur
ock Jersey boar 1 year old, cheap
if taken at once. Call Mr. Henne
man. Take Old Puyallup car to
Stevenson Station; go % mile east
to brown house on hill.
REMINGTON No. 7 model, has two
color ribbon, In fine condition;
quick sale, $25. Terms If wanted.
Main 4044. .
FOR SALE—No. 5 Oliver typewrit
er, In first-class condition. Phone
Main 2907. -
TWO Petaluma Incubators In per
fect order; also White Leghorn
pullets and one cockerel cheap.
2214 E. 34th st. Main 4599, even
GOOD work team for sale cheap,
weight 2700, guaranteed. Phone
Main 2647. Call 322 So. 28th.
TIMBER for sale, % mile from wa
ter, 1,000,000 feet fir timber,
some cedar, and about 1,000 cedar
poles. Call 2820 So. Union ay. J. P.
GENTLEMAN'S 820 RAINCOAT aT
most new $7 cash. Inquire at
1908 North Prospect.
FOLDING go-cart, rubber tires"
with leather top, $5 cash. Apply
1908 No. Prospect.
ONE 360-egg Incubator $10: also
2 hanging lamps, cheap. 901 So.
86th. Madison 253. .
FOR SALE—Good home bakery and
lunch room, located 4 blocks
from 11 th and Pacific. Make your
own price. Box W-1000, Times.
FOR SALE—Berkshire boar of-'ser
vlceable age. Fred Velke, .Wood
land Station, Old Puyallup car
FOR SALE—Good steel range. Ap
-ply 3016 No. 7th St. Phone Main
4956. - *,;,_-
GIANT Belgian hares for sal* ''or
trade In White Leghorns. Phone
Main 8261. '; I]
EDISON phonograph with 53 ««i -
ords, In good condition, (20! also
a few pieces of furniture. Mu.-t
sell at once. O. N. Malcom, .Sumiplt
view, Old Puyallup line. *i[i
FOR SALEOne good work horse,
weight about 1.350 lbs. 2402 Pa
cific ay. Phone Main 8005. .. M
FOR SALE—One Ancona cock.
* Phone Main 9348. . ;>. y
FOR SALE—Piano, beautifully
toned, brand new; some stores
ask $475 for the same make and
style; has electric player attach
ment that cost over $300 cash; rolls
of music and new stool; entire out
fit sell regularly for $775; sent In
for sale the ridiculously low figure
of $315. Can be used separately if
desired. Suitable for residence,
hall, lodge or picture show. It is
one of the greatest bargains I ever
had to offer. Come at once and se
cure a fine piano and electric play
er for less than one-half its value.
Taconia Piano & Organ Exchange,
the clearing house of musical in
struments. New location 1347 Ta
coma ay. Open evenings.
TWO good fresh Jersey cows for
■ sale, also young stock, horse 900
lbs., harness and buggy cheap. Two
miles west of Gig Harbor. H. A.
APPLES of all kinds, 60c a box, at
8. Zcllnsky's wharf, Old Town.
Main 245. .
Griffin Nursery, 67th & Thompson.
Trees, shrubs, roses, etc. Mad. 2C5.
MAIN - - ••"
Rugs J From 5 Old 2 Carpets 1
TOLEDO SCALES, 936 Commerce.
New and 2d hand scales.
FII#3 and burglar-proof boxes; lc
the day. March-McCandleßs Co.,
117 So. 11th st. -. ~ *
SLIGHTLY used sewing machines
- at half price, several different
makes; cash or terms. 319 11th st.
WANTED—Ladies buying the best,
at Behllngs Butter Store. 1109 So.
K. Tea, coffee and spices.
FOR SALE—Bar, back bars $nti
pool tables; must be sold at once.
1807 Commerce. Phone Main 6700.
BELL MARKET—Best service and
quality. £604 6th ay. Main 409.
ORGAN for sale at Paulson's Jow
elry store. 1012 So. 11th.
BERRY PLANTS AT WHOLESALE
Loganberry, strawberry, currant,
gooseberry, rhubarb ana asparagus
In all leading varieties. Write for
prices. F. 11. Burgle liana, Sumner,
Wn. • -
FOR 2d hand gooda sea SIIUETT,
1343 Commerce at. '
YOUNG & JOHNSON LUMBER CO.,
Kapowsln. Wn. , ■'-»
ASK your dealer for STERLING
brooms. warranted. Tacoma
Broom Factory. 2310 So. 10th.
FRESH green ground bone dally.
Tacoma Meat Co.. 1508 Pac. ay.
INVALID chairs for rent. Physic
tans' Supply Co.. »54 Commerce.
MITCHELL NURSERY, Larchmont,
Fruit trees, roses, etc Main 7871 R8
BUy your trees, roses, berry hol
ly, shrubs. 706 So. a. Main Silt. '
JANITORS' brushes . and supplies..
736 St. Helena ay. ■ •-■'. .'_*
SECOND-HAND machinist and car
center tools wanted, Blafef
1889, Commerce at. ; **■'». f"j
IF YOU have a fat or fresh Wwl
to sell, call Boston Market, 1112
Pacific ay. Main 449. •;■-.,'■■ T^
A FULL line of heating stoves: -]ff«r
our prices. Overland Furniture
Co.. 1131-33 Tacoma ay. Main 8727.
ALT HEIDELBERG BEER
Columbia Brewing Co. Order*
case. Main 229. .-■.-■g^i-i
WANTED to buy household gooffs.'
Win. Fits-Henry Co., 102 80, 12th.
Tel. Main 8738. , ■ : .-: •■:**-
FINE Chinese teas and silk wear.
Bam Hlng Co.. 1884 So. D. ■:': y* ..
FOR SALE cheap, row boats,
'launches, fixtures, etc., at* the
Point -Defiance Pavilion Co. i Phone
Proctor 481. L.;i,;_-jv .-. *rV f.V-,,,
FOUND—White .'. male «■ Bptt» - dog.
•■' Owner,can have same-by Identi
fying It . and < paying for this' ad.
Phone Main 6108. . -"*"■ -.=■»w^i
FOUND—A small mill poodle dog
.-■ Call Main 4678. SMI??
Have you something you would like to dispose of,
something you don't need or don't want? If you
have you can very easily find a buyer for it. Tell
our thousands of readers what you have in the "For
Sale Miscellaneous" column and see how quickly
you will find a buyer for it. Times "Want Ads." is
the medium through which buyer and seder meet.
Phone in your ad today to Main 12. It only costs a
cent a word and results are certain. Phone now.
WHITE Rock Eggs,Ts^TToio! M^
tiii.' chickens. Rhode Islands
same price. P. Ganty Artondale,
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred R I. Red
pullets nnil hens, 75c anil $1. 5429
.South Sheridan ay. Madison 320.
A few choice thoroughbred S. C.
Buff Orpington cockerels for sale
$1.50 and $200 each. A. T. Dan
ielson at Brookdale station on
19 laying liens, 2 roosters, some
thoroughbreds. Call Madison 303
_or Main 8399.
TIIOIIOUGIIBRED Rhode Island
Hed cockerels for wale or ex
change for pullets of same breed,
I'urr strain. Kkks for hatching,
l'hone Proctor 1236. .1023 North 7th.
FOR SALE—3 pure bred Black Mi
norca cockerels; will sell cheap
to make room. Would like to trade
pure-bred Brown Leghorn laying
hens for Incubator. West End Poul
try Farm, 3609 North 9th st. l'hone
FOR SALE—One Barred Plymouth
Rock cock. 3 Barred Plymouth
Itork cockerels, also pen of Black
Orpingtons. Phone Main 737'J,
evenings Main 9108-L.
DAY old chicks of White Leghorn
. and Silver Wyandottee. 15 each;
*gKs for hatching. $1.00 per setting
of 15, all thoroughbred stock. N\
Thelm, 1004 No. Alder st.
ONE 63-egK Petaluma incubator,
new, price $7.60. Proctor 1545.
FOR SALE—Twenty-five Rhode
. Island Red year-old hens and
pullets and two cocks, at a bar
gain. Phone Red 2811, Puyallup.
S. C. White Leghorns, pens headed
by D. W. Young cockerels, from
same mating as Ist prize cockerel
at Tacoma show; White Orping
tons, Kellerstraus-Owen stock eggs
for hatching; Orpington cockerels
for sale. Chas. K. Smith, 1120 No.
Prospect. Proctor 1486.
FOR SALE—24 full blood Barred
Rock laying hens. Inquire 764
So. D Bt. Phone Main 3474.
FOR SALE—RrlTable Barred Rock
and W. Wyandotte eggs, $1.50 per
setting. 6230 So. Lawrence st. Main
EXCELLENT White Rock cockerels
for breeding purposes, $2.50. Main
S. C. BUFF Orpington eggs, $2.50,
16; White Wyandotte, $2, 15.
Prize stock. O. J. Stave, 701 South
COth. Madison 177.
ELECTRIC Insect Powder for lice
and mites; made in Tacoma. Price
25c. Crown Drug Co. and grocers.
SANITARY coops" tfi upT""Maln 7182.
TWO housekeeping rooms, $5 a
inunth, llßht and water paid. Also
furnished single rooms with board.
2715 South 13th.
TWO to four rooms, hot water,
steam heat. Walking distance.
Rents reasonable. 1347 Tacoma ay.
Phone Main 458.
TWO neatly furnished housekeeping
rooms, Kan range and wood heat
er. Everything new and clean. $8
a month. 1110 Sixth ay. Main 603.
SPITE of 2 of the cosiest front
housekeeping rooms in the city,
newly furnished, at 728^4 Pacific.
THREE newly furnished housekeep
ing rooms with bath and lights.
Ton floor, separate entrance. $16.
1615 So. Tacoma ay. Main 2958.
NEWLY furnished (-room flat,
ground floor, electric light and
bath. 615 So, Yaklma ay. Main
THREE fur. hskpg. apts., steam
heat and hath, $5 and $6 per wk.
PIEHCE HOTEL, 919% So. C Bt.
Phone Main 8213.
JOHNSON FLATS, 1. 2 and 3-room
apts.. $2.50 up. 935 So. E st.
TWO-ROOM housekeeping suites,
also slna'.e roams. Slanton llimisV,
1610K So. Tacoma ay. Main 2152.
3 GOOD rooms on ground floor on
So. Q at. South End Storage &
Transfer Co. Phone Madison 591.
FURNISHED hskpß. rooms cheap,
also single rooms, 2712 vi So. Yak
THE ANTLERS—Furnished hskpg.
ran.; modern: central. Ul6'/4 P.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED to buy, 2 or 3 doien
chickens. 1205 Center St. Main
WANTED to buy, a second-hand
extension ladder. Must be cheap.
Address P. O. Box 193, Fern Hill
WANTED—One ranch horse and
cow. Must be cheap. Write or
call 3026 So. Alaska st. city.
WA NTED—A 1 arge water tank.
Answer at once, stating size and
price. Box X-1001, Tlmeß.
WANTED TO BUY—A ranch with
some stock and tools, payment
for same to be taken from crops
raised; can give good references.
Address P. O. Box (60. Tacoma.
WE want to buy up to 10 acres
partly Improved, also 4 to 0-room
cottage with 2 or more lots In
fruit (In Tacoma. Part cash and
quarterly or half yearly payments;
private party. Box Q-1008, Times.
WANTED—Shingle bolts. Llnok &
Larson Manufacturing Co., So.
30th and Prospect St.
SELL YOUR~FURNITURE to Sllcox
943 Tacoma ay. Main 3112.
WANTED — Second-hand furniture I
and stoves J. O. Purkujr, It IE
C st. Main Ml*.
er for widower with children.
References required. Write P. O.
Box 82, Carbonado, Wn.
LADY would like work by the day.
Phone Main 1807.
WANTED—Experienced girl to
make berry boxes. Call at old
City dock. Hague Box & Lumber
MATURE woman of ability, unln
cumbered, for permanent, profit
able position; rapid advancement;
no canvassing- Address Box R-1001
WANTED—GirI for general house
work. Apply 4015 No. 27th. Proc
WOMEN wanted In every town out
side of Tacoma to work for ex
cellent proposition. All or part of
time required. References required.
A-l HAND LAUNDRY
Gives special attention to the fancy
work and lace curtains. 743 Taco
ma ay. Main 250 G.
WANTED—OIrIs to learn lialrdress-
Imm. manicuring, etc. Paid while
learning. 1108 6th ay.
TRY our 50c FAMILY WASHING.
Famous Washing Co. Main 6461
TAILORS' anil dressmakers' sup
plies. Albert E. Baur Co.. 317 11th.
CANCERS cured without knife or
plaster; consultation free; Stephen
Johnson, school house crossing,
Weinstone.laUles'suits SlO up.4OS 9th
Situations — Female
DAY nursery and children to board,
motherly care. 1412 So. I st.
Family Washing 50c
Metropolitan Wet Wash. Main 2G72.
YOUNG man with sales ability for
restaurant trade. Call Main 4072.
MEN wanted to sell hominy, honey,
horse radish, pickles and kraut.
1918 Jeff, ay.
PARTNER wanted to take W inter
est In 10-year established busi
ness, netting $1100 per month. Will
take lots, acreage or automobile as
payment. Must be trustworthy—
no others need apply. 1008 Realty
FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOK tells
about over 360,000 protected po
sitions In U. S. service. More than
40,000 vacancies evi'ry year. There
Is a big chance here for you, sure
and generous pay, lifetime employ
ment. Easy to get. Just ask for
booklet C-709. No obligation. Earl
Hopkins, Washington, D. C.
WANTED—Sign painter. Call $22
MEN and women wanted In every
town outside of Tacoma. Excel
lent proposition which only re
quires part of your time. If you are
well known where you live and can
furnish good references you are
just the person we want. Write at
once. Box T-1006, Times.
WANTED —Engineer for power
plant to go north at once, com-
Eetent on steam, electric and switch
oard work. Apply Fulton Market,
1506 Jefferson ay.
MEN wanted In every town outside
of Tacoma tor work on an excel
lent money-making proposition.
Must be well recommended and well
known In town In which you live.
All or only part of time required.
YOU.NO man wants position, any
kind of work. Address Box T
AN all around hotel, camp and
restaurant cook wants work.
Phone Main 1142. Address S. M.
llolan, 911 East Harrison.
FOR RENT—A well-furnished 6
room cottage. Cheap rent to
adults only. Inquire f.IT'A E. 34th.
FURNISHED—Two large rooms and
closet for housekeeping, all mod
ern. Kent $3.60 per week. 744
So. D st. Main 4364. Mrs. Spencer.
STEAM heated front rooms, bath,
etc., 26c day. Lennox. 1538 So. D.
SYLVAN, 701 St. Helens, furnished"
rooms, $1.60 up; hskpg. suites,
FOR a man to work, call up the
Henry George, Main 8748.
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
HOTEL MODERN—Nicely furnished
corner rooms; single, f 1.25 up;
hskpg. 12.00 up. 1904 D st. and
1945 So. E. Private baths. Free lndy
FOR RENT—6OO-acre dairy farm,
2 miles of Roy, Wash. Phone
1 Thorp at John L. Murray ranch,
Roy, Wash. Writ* Victor A. Thorp,
FOR RENT—A modern five-room
cottage with porcelain plumbing
and gai range at 2315 So. Yaklma
aye.; also a three-room cottage at
z::i-' ; . So. G st. Inquire at 2317 So.
Yakima ay. Rents very reason
Four rooms, on South J st., one
half block from paved street, one
lot. Can be had for $650.
FIDELITY RENT & COL. CO.
1109 A Street.
5-ROOM modern house, bath, elec
tric llKhts, gas, window shades; 807
So. 26th corner Yakima ay.; rent
$13 per month. Inquire 1601 So. J.
Main 4074. Water patd.
FOU RENT CHEAP—S rooms, bath,
electric light, 3858 McKlnley ay.
Price $9. Above store. Apply be
low. 'Phone Main 133.
FOR RENT—Good 7-room houses on
corner of East 36th and EL three
lots, 14 fruit trees; rent $12. 5
■ room house «n the corner of Taco
i ma ay. and So. 25th st., $8. Also 3
room furnished flat on 13th and E.
BERTELSON & CO.
1306V4 Pacific ay.
i A 5-room flat a 1413 So. Yakima,
also one or two furnished house
keeping rooms at 1415 So. Yakima,
TO LET —6-r., bath; 2 lots; 3012
Chandler, near Jeff. ay. car, $9.
Also 6-r., bath: 2 lots; orchard.
' 6708 So. Yakima, $14.
623 East 33d St., 7-r. and 2 lots,
Lennox Investment Company
. 1103 Commerce st.
■ FOR RENT—S-r. house, bath, near
Jefferson car. 3012 Chandler St.,
. $9, Including water.
FOR RENT—Several good new
houses, from 4 to 8 rooms, w.alk
i Ing distance, water paid, modern
i conveniences, rent from $4 to $11
• per month. Call Main 2028. Ed.
RENT a house and we will furnish
it for you for cash or easy pay
; ments. Tqc. Furniture Co. 911-13 C
Wanted — Miscellaneous
• YOUNG man desires outside sleep
ins accommodations. Address T
; 1001, Times.
, MORTGAGES bought and renewed
Lennox Investment Co., 1103
. Commerce st.
■ HOUSE painting, paperhnnglng and
kalsomlnihp-. H. R. Scliroedor.
520 So. Wright ay. Main 8217.
LOST—A passbook with the Hiber
nla Saviiips and Loan Society of
San Francisco, in the name of
Stephen Bartlett, No. 386,267. The
finder will please return to bank.
I nless same is returned within five
days a new h.iok will be issued to
For Sale or Exchange
Offer wanted on modern 7-room
house and 33x120 feet; 4008 North
34th; near Proctor boulevard;
might take half in acreage or lots.
Value. $2,2»0. Installments if de
sired like rent. Ask for Mr. Lucas.
LENNOX INVESTMENT COMPANY
1103 Commerce Street.
Ex-President of Steel Trust Unburdening
His Soul Before Pujo Committee
William E. Corey astonished the country last weok by liis frank
revelation of steel trust secret*, and incidentally got even With
some of the men who forced him out of his job. The camera cnuitlit
him in the witness chuir, in a typical pose.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29.—
Final distribution of the immense
"Lucky" Baldwin estate will be
effected February 26, according
to a schedule that is partially ful
filled today by the filing of a sec
ond supplementary report by the
attorney for the executor. Mrs.
Clara Baldwin Stocker and Mr?.
Anita Baldwin McClaughry will
divide approximately $25,000,000.
LOS ANGTLEB, Jan. 29.—Mer
rill Jorgensen, 15, is dead today,
shot through the head by his fa
ther, Carl Jorgensen, 57. Jor
gensen then committed suicide by
shooting himself, after he had
made an ineffectual attempt to
kill another son, Carl, 18.
Jorgensen was a fisherman and
the shooting occurred aboard his
launch, the Thor, in San Pedro
harbor, late yesterday.
Wednesday, Jan. 29,
PHONE Main 2846 and we will call.
Pantorlum. 935 Commerce at.
AWFUL big- business snap—Gro
cery taking in $800 to $1000 per
week quick sale, $1,000. 200 Cali
SNAP In a rooming-house In Seat
tle. 29 rooms for $7150, easy
terms and cheap rent. Address J.
E. Rose, 2901% Pacific ay.
ROOMING house of 12 rooms, al
ways full, large yard, good place
for boarders. Call 1137 So. X Bt.
17-ROOM lodging house, good fur
niture, best location, making g—*&
money; party going away will sell
at a sacrifice.
BERTELSON & CO.
1306V4 Pacific ay.
HOTEL, 3-year lease, 32 rooms, 2
dining rooms seat 87. Commercial
Ex. & Sales Co., 1008-9 Natl. Realty
FINK modern home on Roosevelt
Heights to trade for 5 acres closo
In. Owners only. Box V-100S,
SMALL chicken ranch. Re fare,
Spanaway car line, will trade for
unimproved lots, horses, cows, or
automobile. Will sell cheap for
cash or on terms. This place is In
sured for $000 and must be occu
pied. Will consider any offer for
one week. Address B. T. Birch,
li^-acre tract waterfront, 3 houses,
between pavilion and wharf,
Burtun. Want to trade $3,250
equity for Tacoma clear. A. R»
Wheeler, Burton, Wn.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE — Good
home In city for chicken ranch,
close to car line. Proctor 550.
HOMES on $20 payments. Lennox
Investment Company, 1103 Com
FOR l>iiyallup Valley lands, see
Harry V. Smith. 204 Provident Blillf.
This Is the greatest bargrain ever
offered In Tacoma. A very pretty
5-room home containing every mod
ern convenience to make a woman
happy; handsome living: room and
dining- room, with luillt-ln arch and
plate-rail; two bed rooms with
large closets; kitchen wainßroted
with white enamel tiling; complete
pantry with blnH, drawers and
chinu closets; nice bath room with
best porcelain plumbing, and con
crete basement, including cement
floor and laundry trays.
Only one-half block from oar
line, and walking" distance from
business center; surrounded by new
modern houses; lots are abovo
grude and all assessments paid.
Last, but not least. It Is within
the reach of any responsible buy
er who wants to stop the rent ex
travagance. The price Is very rea
sonable and terms can be arranged
upon application at our office.
PARSONS & SMITH
901 Commerce Street.
TO CUT OFF
PART OF PARK
A slice is to be taken off the
ball grounds and 15th street will
be graded through to the West
End this summer. The legima
tion for the grading pas3ed the
council this morning and Commis
sioner Woods will let the con
tract in a short time. It will
take 62 feet off the south side
of the ball park, shortening tn«
FOG IS THICK
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 29^
Near causing a collision between
a Key out ferryboat and the
Southern Pacific steamer New
ark, during the first runs of these
vessels today, the thickest fog in
years is hanging over the bay and
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PITTSBURG, Jan. 29.—Quiet
marked the strike of the workers
from the Rankin plant of the
American Steel & Wire company
today, following the killing of
George Kozley, a spectator, and
the wounding of several others in
clashes between the police and
strikers last night