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Wednesday, Jan. 29,1913.
WFnNFSDAY'S real estate
WEiUIICiOUAI O BARGAINS
Today the very best buys in Tacoma and vicinity are offered you at
prices and terms you can't afford to overlook. Read these ads over and see
f which one appeals to you. In three months from now you can't buy any of
these at the prices they are now to be bought for. Take advantage of these
good values and get in on the ground floor.
REAL i ESTATE REAL ESTATE
Two Unusual Bargains
Imi North End Homes
This house li a neatly shingled 5-room bungalow with bath, full
concrete basement, and Is plastered throughout. It Is located on a
corner lot 37V4x92% with graded streets. This Is a remarkable buy
and needs no cash to handle It. A monthly payment of $23.78, which
Includes Interest, will make It your home.
;■;•■•:'■ ' $1,700
This 5-room bungalow finished with lap siding Is located on the
adjoining lot. The Interior Is finished with Beaver Board, the new
wall covering. It has a concrete foundation and basement and Is
thoroughly modern in every detail. As $22.45 per month includes in
terest »hd cash Is not necessary this home will not be on the market
The New Jersey Mortgage
m ' 11l South 10th St.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Home Properties Worth
Ten Per Onl firt liivt>«»mrn<l We are authorized to deliver a mod
ern flat and adjoining residence near South 9th and J streets for *il.<><><>.
paying a monthly rental at the present time of »<I2. Rents for $75 un
der normal conditions. Always occupied. Figure It out for yourself
then see us for particulars. It's the best Income proposition we know
of and must be grabbed quick, as our contract at this figure expires
January 27.. Buildings are only three years old and in excellent condi
ISO Down, Itiilnnco I,lke Unit, buys a new modern I -room bungalow
•■ln the West l-'nd, near 11th and Proctor streets, lias fine set of porce
lain bath fixtures, built-in china buffet, model kitchen and many other
desirable features. Basement is cement floored, with laundry trays In
stalled. Koom for two rooms in attic If desired. A good buy at $2,500
—anil think of the terms. (157.)
$1,750 buys a cosy 4-rnom ItunKalon nn the Sixth Avenue Car I,lnc.
Modern plumbing, electric fixtures, window shades, etc. — all ready to
move into. Nice neighborhood, street improvements all in and paid.
Nice yard and lots of fruit. Large woodshed In rear which can be used
as a garage. $300 cash, balance May. An excellent opportunity for
the Newlywed* to acquire an attractive little home with their rent
$1,700 — Here Is a story-and-a-half bungalow which we can deliver
on terms of 9280 ilonn and SIS per month, Ibpluilliik Intercut — think of
It! There are four rooms down, three and bath upstairs. Interior fin
ish Is slash grain fir and the bath room is equipped with a full set
of porcelain plumbing; two full lots with several bearing fruit trees
and a good chicken house in rear Located near North 2«th and I'roc
tor. In a district where values are rapidly Increasing. If you want a
real bona fide sacrifice and don't mind being five blocks from the car.
Investigate this proposition; it will cost considerable, more than the
price asked to duplicate It today, and think of the terms offered! Your
HI-.VI money', will actually Buy this cosy home. (84B.)
n . LIND-KOEHLER COMPANY ;
20S-206-207 Provident. Phone Main 5524. ..'
Mortgage Loans. Rentals. Real Estate. Fire Insurance.
SOo 56th and
A brand new 5-room bungalow with complete bath,
closets, large living room arched to dining room,
dandy kitchen; 2 fine lots.
On terms that you can always meet. Come in and
talk it over.
ALBERT HALE & CO.
1001-2 Realty Bldg. Main 6907
BEST PICKINGS IN
We offer these brand new homes
at such prices and terms as to beat
any on the market.
Number 709 So. 54th St., one
block from car line, 6 large rooms
and complete bath, cabinet kitchen,
double construction throughout and
finely finished in slash grain fir.
High, sightly location, street grade,
•water, sewer and cement walks
On very, easy terms.
A $50 HOUSE
This la no cheap »hnck but a
dandy brand new 4-room bunga
low, all plastered, electric lights
and toilet. Located In the very
best part of South Tacoma on high
level ground nicely parked with
trees; finest of garden soil; good
neighborhood and homes around are
new and of the rig-ht sort. A beau
tiful place to live, near Union ay.
which Is paved. Aside from the
home feature this is an excellent
Investment as values In this terri
tory are bound to double. You
can't make a mistake. Why pay a
landlord when your rent money will
PRICE ONLY $950
SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
STEARNS BLDG. &
301-2-3 Chamber of Commerce Bid.
, Phone Main 648.
CO with me Sunday and see my s
acre tract cheap, easy terms) 6
miles from Taeoma north. 220
Bankers Trust. Phone Main 9(184.
30 acres near Puyallup for sale
cheap. Call owner, Main T864-J-4.
2-acre Improved farm In city,
modern 8-room house, has wat*r,
electric light and all conveniences,
good barn, chicken house, root
house, 65 bearing fruit trees, cow,
heifer and chickens. A big bargain.
Must sell at once. Will consider
trade for larger farm. Box T-1002,
Small cottage, 2 large level lots,
above grade, sowed to lawn; swell
view of Mt. Tacoma, 15 minutes to
business center; all Improvements
In Including gas. Price Including
all Improvements, $800; $50 cash,
$10 per month. Sea owner.
H. B. LAKE
403 Perkins Bldg.
Cheap— 'l corner lota and 7-room
house; grading done; must sell at
once. Call 3686 East G^
SPECIAL PRICE—For a few days
on neat new bungalow In North
End on Point car. Everything mod
ern, large light living room, fire
place, best plumbing, etc. You will
like it. Get particulars, price and
terms of owner, Proctor 1235.
1 acre Improved, fine for chicken
ranch; 6-room house, chicken
houses, barn, all kinds of fruit trees
and berries; 2 minutes from car.
For price and terms call at 5821
MAKE me an offer on lots 20 anO
21, block 2, Buddlnlck's addition.
V\ ill accept any reasonable offer,
or will trade. Address T-101, ci
3-room. well built cottage, 2
dandy lots, have been In garden,
1 !i blocks from car, 5c car fare, fl
per montn. Price 1750.
T. W. ASPINALL
Main 873. 604 Natl. Realty Bldg.
Let us help you select your
camping place this season. You
can own It for what your rent
would cost you. 409 Tacoma Bldg.
6 acres best soil, land under cul
tivation, cabin, some shade, fruit
trees, all fenced, for $650. Call
Main 3935. .
One block to Short L>lnn, 1 block
to high school; all kinds of fruit;
$200 down, balance to suit. Phone
Bargain If sold at once, 4 lots
110x120 feet, half In berries, one
room house rented, good big chick
en yard, cement walk, on Popular
ay., close to city park. Inquire of
Mrs. Anna Laßell. Puyallup.
So. 19th and Washington
Two houses, 3 lots, must be sold.
A little down, rent payments each
month. You can own your own
H. W .MYERS
128 Perkins Bldg.
House, 6-r., bath, toilet, lights,
food cooler, wood shed, sewer,
walks, etc.; 2 lota, orchard, berries,
shrubbery, lawn. Beautiful place.
South, 16 minutes' ride. Cost f2500:
price cut to $2260: $500 down, $11
monthly. Look 1422 80. B4tb, near
Lennox Investment Company
110S Commerce St.
FARM FOB SALE OR RENT
47 acres near Olympla. food s
room house, timber, water and pas
ture; all fenced. Call 812 SUth St.,
FOR SALE—Very cheap, by owner.
First walk up and see It. 1948
So. Tacnma ay. 8 rooms, bath,
toilet, lights, gas, range, etc.; 1
fine lot, on upper side of street;
house in good condition; about
$1,000 cash, balance to suit. Alt
paving in and paid. No more ex
penses. Might take some trade.
FOR SALE—First-class restaurant
doing good business; everything
5, 10 or 20 acres across bay. Your
80 acres east of mountains, 75 In
cultivation. Small house, barn,
D. R. HARRIS.
Main 6471. 903 Pacific Aye.
If you have any property to rent,
trade or sell, see us. li P. Camp
bell Co., 427 California Bldg.
KVEMBODY'S DOING IT —
Reading bulletins of. latest fad. 200
Far mm Loans
on any amount* at 7 per cent on
We have a client who will trade
modern five-room house and two
lots for lOßffed-off land.
70 acres of strictly bottom land;
creek flowing through center; only
$60 per acre on easy terms; close to
MeNRIL & ELLSWORTH
6th Floor Hankers Trust.
AN apartment house of 17 rooms
walklne- distance, a nice home.
and a Kood business, cash or terms
1108 South I st. Main 9968.
Five rooms, nearly new, good
marine view, for less than build
inKS, cost only $:',f.00. about $200
rash, bal. $20 per month.
■liltUf A Hill. 214 Hanker* Trust
Five acres close to Lincoln
avenue and on tha proposed
■waterway. We can deliver
this tract at a bargain price.
Everybod.v will be wanting
tldeflat property In a short
time and why not buy Just a
little ahead of the rush?
COREY & KENNEDY
412-413 Fidelity Bldg.
FOB BAI-K—4o-acre farm, 15 acres
In cultivation, 6-room house.
bnrn and chirken-liouse; fine well;
also creek running through place;
on county road and close to good
market. Phone Proctor 373.
House of 6-rooms and 3
lots, with fruit trees hear
ing and berries; good lo
cation. Will trade for a
chicken ranch not too far
from car line. I prefer some
Call at 306 Nat'l Bank
of Commerce Bldg.
R. D. DUFF CO.
FOR SAI.K, reasonable, fine 7-room
house, I lots, best location in
city; walking distance, one block
from new high school. See owner
for terms. 3805 So. O st.
6-HOOM house on North 31st and
Proctor, large yard, gas, electric
light, close to car. Partly furni.sh
oJ, If desired. I'lione Proctor 631.
6-room house, modern and all Im
provementa In and paid; concrete
liasement, and a good buy. Will ex
change this for acreage, but want
On« 5-room with 2 good lots on
Warner and 9th stu.; good location
and a good trade. Bring In your
this In acreage. Bring In your
acreage and get bargains with It.
O. N. JOHNS
203 California Bldg.
pacing on car line
Klght-room houae, good barn,
bearing orchard, good land for gar
den Rnd chickens no stumps, run
ning water. If you want the bent
this will milt you. Price $2,800.
Very easy terms.
J. M. CURTIS & CO.
814 Bankers Trust Bldg-.
Good single lot In North End"
2 choice lots In Lakeside addition.
40 acres bottom land near Olalla.
Fine five-room house, 2V6 lots,
7-room house and cash to trade
for good 7-room house in West or
A. M. RICHARDS & CO.
508 Bankers Trust Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
30 acres, two miles of city of
Puyallup; 18 aores cleared; good s
room house, and barn; one aero In
strawberries and one acre In rasp
berries; small family orchard. With
this place goes two horses, three
wagons, all farm Implement*, two
cows, two calves, some hogs, 100
Plymouth Rork chickens; plenty of
hay In barn for stock In the win
ter. The price of this place Is BS,
--000. Will consider city property as
part payment. This place Is a
snap and must be seen to be apure
WHITE & ANDERSON
500 Nat'l Bank of Commerce Bids;.
B-KOOM new modern cottage, ail
Improvements In and paid; 3 nice
lots, clost in; price $l,flfiO. 1200
Sown and $10 per month. This
eat* jaylng rent. T. D, Gregory.
Office, Morton * Me Kin ley are.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
CpOHP THE CUB i
SKETCHES BY TIMES ARTIST MADE IN BELLINGHAM COURT ROOM
WHERE FOUR PROMINENT SEATTLE BANKERS ARE FACING JURY
(By Vnlted Press Leased Wire.)
LONDON, Jan. 29. —The joint
note of the Balkan plenipoten
tiaries declaring the allies would
terminate the armistice with Tur
key immediately until the porte
makes a conciliatory move forth
with, was handed to the Turkish
peace envoys here today. Envoy
Novsrkvlch of the Servian delega
tion, personally delivered the
note to Reschid Pasha.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)'
ATHENS, Jan. 29. —Anticipate
ing a rupture of the Balkan-
Turkish ' armistice, the Greek
army, Crown Prince Constantino;
commanding, attacked the Basinl
fortifications near Janina yester
day, blowing up a powder maga
zine and killing many Turks. The
lighting lasted from early morn-.
ing: until midnight. • , _ i
PAINT 'EM BED. ; '-
WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 29.
—"Paint all city, rural and parcel
post delivery wagons red." ■
This Is the order that Is being
sent by Postmaster General Hitch
cock today to every toff ice In
the country boasting the wagons,
£.'; DIES ON STREET CAB. i
; SEATTLE, Jan. J».—Marcel
lus > t Harwood -' Toting, > pioneer
hanker of -. Seattle, and for years
connected with the National Rank
of Commerce," is dead here today.
He ' succumbed .': to heart, disease
while on ;a; street' car. ■■. ;
AD CLUB PLANS BIG
TO JOIN NATIONAL ASSN.
E. P. Kemmer, president; R.
E. Robinson, vice president; It,
D. Hanson, secretary; Dr. J. F.
With these new officials, elect
ed at the annual meeting Tues
day night, the Tacoma Ad club
is going into a campaign for 300
new members, and at once.
Every man is to be enlisted In
the movement and the work push
ed with the usual vigor of the
President Kemmer, in his In
augural address, announced that
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.♦Jf: PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 29.—There is great joy among <$>
<£ the working people of the state today following the passage <?>
<?1(/of the house of representatives Schuebel's bill, declaring that ■?>
J>l<Mi hours a day and sixty hours.a week shall constitute the <•>
<*> 'maximum hours of labor for men in mills and factories. ■■?>
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HALF-SICK, CROSS, FEVERISH
CHILDREN NEED "CASCARETS"
Any child will gladly take "Cascarets Candy Cathartic" which
NCt gently—never gripe or produce the slightest uneasiness—though
cleanses the little one's Constipated Bowels, sweetens the stomach
and puts the liver In a healthy condition.
Pull directions for children and grown-ups in each package.
Mothers can rest easy after giving this gentle, thorough laxa
tive to children.
•CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP."
OH, YES, THE BOSS IS
■\TVD V TPffUMTf! A T.
the Tacoma club was to be affil
iated with the national organiza
tion and that immediate steps
would be taken to that end.
Dr. L. G. Ashon, in a speech,
proposed that the club put forth
an effort to Bain the good will
of Bremertonites by advocating
the installation of the dread
naught drydocks for that city.
It was decided on the sugges
tion of G. A. Pande that the club
would give a social event of some
Bort on the first birthday of the
club, February 11, the event to
become an annual custom
(United Press Leased Wire.)
BELLINGHAM, Jan. 29. <~
Slowly wading through a mass of
correspondence between th»
Schricker bank at LaConner and
the Seattle National bank, the
state this morning entered on its
fourth day's examination In the
bank conspiracy trial of Jacob
Kurth, K. W. Andrews, Daniel
Kelloher and R. V. Ankeny, of
ficers of the Seattle National
bank, accused of aiding and abet
ting W. E. Schricker of LaConner
to receive deposits, knowing his
bank was insolvent.
Schricker, upon whom the
Btate is chiefly depending, con
tinued his halting explanations of
the correspondence. The number
of exhibits filed by the time ad
journment yesterday evening was
While nothing In the letters or
statements makes the slightest
reference to Sehrlckers insol
vency. In direct terms, the state
maintains that all the circum
stances point to knowledge of
that fact on the part of the de
KILLED BY TRAIN
(Hjr I niti'il Press l.ci-i-d Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 29.—
Harvey Blake, 50, a retired busi
ness man, Is dead today from in
juries received when he was
struck by a Qreat Northern train.
<3> il mi' . i ress l.i-a»i-il Wire.) <$
<» IvEWES, Eng., Jan. 29.— <»
<?/ John Williams, convicted of <$>
3> the murder of Inspector
$> Walls at Eastbourne, was <*
•■ hanged here today. Despite <*
<»> agitation he be allowed to 3>
<$> marry Miss Florence Sey- <»
♦ mour, his fiancee, by whom 9
* he had a child, the privilege •
■«• was denied. <»
SEATTLE, Jan. 29.—80ys who
climb Into automobiles here to
toot the horns or experiment with
levers, will land In the detention
home from now on, as tbe result
of an auto wreck here in which
Harry Thornton by climbing into
the $4,000 ambulance of Butter
worth ft Sons, started it back
ward. The big car ran over an
embankment and was wrecked.
TINKERING THE TARIFF.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 29.
—Consideration of sundry sched
ules for tariff revision occupied
the attention of the house ways
and means committee today.
TWO PLANS 10
(By I'nUed Tress 1..a-..-.l Wlro.)
OLYMPIA, Jan. 29.—Providing
for 96 members in the novae and
44 in the senate, the legislature
is today considering a bill pre
sented yesterday afternoon t>y
Representatives Foster, Zednick
and Kennedy, all of King county,
to redistrict the state. Tne
measure asks that, the state be
reapportloued according to the
1910 census, and It Is upon this
1)111 that King county will maue
its strong fight.
Representative Pierce of Ktt
sap county Introduced a similar
measure providing for a constitu
tional amendment to reduce the
state legislature to 27 members,
18 to come from districts arrang
ed by area and eight to lie elected
at large. ThU plan has the en
dorsement of many students of
government who argue that a
small body of legislators would
be more effective.
Pierces bill provides for a
tterm of six years, one-third to he
elected every two years and each
would draw a salary of $2,000.
(By United Tress Leaned Wire.)
MARTINEZ, Cal., Jan. 29. —
Still asserting that his "twin
brother" was the one who mar
ried Mrs. Eva May de Tovrea, of
San Francisco, who had him jail
ed on a bigamy charge, Rev.
Frank Horn, unfrocked from tne
pastorate or the First Baptist
church of Richmond, Cal., de
clares he is resigned to his fate.
Mrs. May Mclntyre, his mother,
and her sister Grace, who came
here from Portland are constant
visitors in his cell.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 29.
—Announcement was made today
that the workmen's compensation
act will be reported to the house
this week. The measure, which
has the endorsement of Samuel
Gompers, already has passed tna
I« to Get Hid of all the Burden
of Sick Headache, Sour, Bloated
Stomach, a Thick Yellow, Bil
ious Condition of the Blood,
Weak, Inactive Kidneys and
a Condition of Sickness that
Is Making You Miserable.
Dr. W. S. Murl.l.nri As He I« Todar.
Owe* Hl* ll»hit»t llrallh r maim
i.nli. or 1(0 l-iimili m Taklas <'
Hill Or. i. Mrillrlnr, Aa \ rrilr ♦,
. -■ for the !•<■•< I 25 Iran. -*■■"?«
AH the ihiiKKisi.i in this vicinity!
know Dr. Burkhart h Vegetable
Compound. Many of us have met..
I.in and that is why we accept !S
cents from you for a 30 day treat
ment and if not satisfied or curnl
we will hand you back the 1% cents,
Dr.. Burkhart, for twenty-five .':
years has always Insisted that this"
Is the only fair and aqtiare wny to
do business, so come In ami set u.t* ■
SO day treatment for only t» cents!
on a positive guarantee. . All druc
e-lsts do this for Dr.i Burkhart. as e
they know him well and know, that &
his word Is good. '•'***•«;■<( vi&*-moS,
1 And when you stop to think Hint '
twelve million of these treatments ■
are used annually .In. this .country v
and * Kurope,. can ■ you *t wonder %vi
many. people know Dr. » Burkhart, .
and that druggists I everywhere | are %
glad s to : handle • his 'treatments 3 on :
lils honest \ hauls. ■He ; sure to * »»k ■'.
for and see that you gret I>r. Bui
hart's Vegetable Compound. j**»Ejjg^