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BUSINESS AND PBWgggONAL DIRECTORY
' ST~ MICHELIN
THI TIRE AGENCY
____________ Tires and tubes
SQLJRRE of stability, auto
_____ ' tUtlB supplies, har d
ygfc' anur K __,,. ..mi tools -
*_U_ I I oils and
<>. _f* urease.
C°" MAIN 101
Bankers Trust B,1J«^ s/sy^_v
TACOMA TITLE Cp--C,r«-md Floor
Fidelity Uldg. Main /j^J^^^,
AUTOMOBILE ambulance. Only one
In city. Maln_ 41. ><> . - .
Q B ALDRICH, L»w^^.J^sjiil^
.H. L lloUCK—Carpet_ beating, re
« __ fitting and laying; eather reno
vatlu^ and upholstering. 2811 tin
ay. Main 115. . ...
Commercial Truck ft Storage Co.—
Furniture moved, packed ana
stored. Team and auto vans. Flre
froof warehouae. Beat corps or
_ rained men in city. Maln^TO*^
'COUNTRY WATER SUPPLIES
WE" make connections to new Mat
**-"■ lng < i.mpany. Coffee Plumbing Co.
Main t.70. .^_-_-_r- u
** ' CHIROPRACTIC
JOHN l>. MORRIS. Palmer gradu
ate. Room 18, 1126 V* Broadway.
' IRA W. BLACK. (P. C. C. graduate),
406 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
V . Mal" _____
F. EMILY CLARKE, graduate chlro
. praetor; (painless method). 103
So. tin. Main 4452.
GEO. H. SMITH — (Palmer gradu
ate). 711 Nat. Kea'.tv Did. M. 1153.
AI_AAM_ A JUNK CO.—l'd"-hand"goods,
all klnda junk. UHMkt.M. 16511.
DR. LA QASA, Buregon, Diseases of
women; genlto-urlnary. Realty
rDR. ELWIN BROWN, physician and
surgeon. Office 1016 Fidelity
Bldg. Main 214; R., Main 1129.
PR WARREN BROWN — Diseases
- of women and genlto-urlnary and
akin dlaeasea 1103 Commerce St.
PR FOREMAN. SURGEON, Hank
ers Trust Bldg., Tonsils and Ad
nolds special attention.
DR. B. ELIZABEfHTDRAKB."PhirB|I
clan and Suregon. 1016 Fidelity
Jjy.' i^'r-i'"' Proctor ",: "*"•
• DR. PETERSEN-DANA. 12u Berlia
m_S} dg * 'Scandinavian Am. Bank)
Office, Main 1878; res.. Main 877.
DRS. WHEELER and VAN~PKLT—
*« HT,.A :al'uNoße a"J Throat. 1107
Fidelity Bldg. Hours 1 to «.
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MONEY TO LOAN
128,000 eastern money to loan at 1
7 and 1 per cent. Inquire J L
_Bna pp , 122! Fidelity Bldg.
MONEY to loan on Improved city
and farm properties. Malcolm E
„ . Ounston Co, 408 Berlin Bldg.
V 6 PER CENT TO 7 PEITcENT
ON IMPROVED PROPERTY^L?»„,
for bundling a specialty. Also
L R. MANNINO CO.
Tel Main 26. Equitable Bldg.
RBAL ESTATE LOANS. term or
g monthly payments. March Mc
indless "Room 200. National
call v Bldg.
OUR own money to loaiT W. N
Sal 5 *M°" ln °" lot C*L Bld *'
MORTQAOB LOANa Amounts from
,2?° aLffil or '■"»; lowest
rates. NORTON ft CO.. 210 Berlin
I LOANS lor home building or to
"•■» psy off old mortgages. Lowest
rstes. sneclal prlvillges to bor
rowei I—l to 8 years. Money al
ways on hand—no delay.
H. J. SCHWINN ft CO., In*
216-19 Tacoma Bldg.
FOOT SPECIALIST ~S'S~W
RHEUMATISM, bunions, nails, brok
en arches treated. Dr. Jones. 1205 K.
Paclfle. Main 808. *
*• *T Chemists '
ALL kinds of chemical work, Ben
netts- Laboratory, 1148 Market St. .
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tacoma" Window cleaning co.
—812 Commerce st. Main 1108.
PRIVATE dancing lesnons-||ll | p
m. New and old dances taught.
Frances McLaln Dance Studio.
liom A St.. opposltti postofflce.
HEATH 8 ACADEMY, DnnclnYguar
anteed. 110» % Broadway. Prices
reasonable. Main 2586.
ALL wmik guaranteed. Bhaw Sup
ply. 1015 Pacific ay*.
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»oes ir*o^o*~m *»■* w*—**ma *—w*****Mm^^maa*t^aa**~amotoa*m
HOTEL STRATFORD—Mod. outside
rooms 1.2, $}.&• and $3 per week
up 60r night up. 1111 Market.
THE TItXvELBRS; transient, from
•4c up.' Speclat rates by week or
saonth. 160»tfc Pacific a vs.
■^ 'I'HOTEL MERIT
Reputation Established. Reasonable
rates. 316)4 nth. Oeurt and Mar
HOTEL MASH—Under new tnanage
ment, clean, modern rooms, steam
heated, reasonable rates, weakly
•r dally. Main 3066.
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY
M "ARGAIIVS IV IHvviomiv I
C_?k i TNN co- *'"neral Directors.
_»H^Tacome aye. Main 7T41.
BUCKLKY-KINQ CO.- WtSSSSSi
Funeral Director!. 710-21 8t
Helena. Plume Main 412.
CASSKDY ft ALLEN CO.-Funeral
directors, 111Q 80. lltfc_Mala 8151.
B°i,.-?', A?, OMA FUNERAL PARLORS.
543.1Uni0n ay. Maia 1081. 000.
CA R HOLINEUM ~imd Cre-Sol tor
chicken lice. Carco Vegetable
hpray; water glass. Standard
Chemical Co.. Main SIIU.
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JAM ES A. HATS. »05 Bank of Cat
Blog. Income, Personal and Cor
£ oration Life Insurance l'hone
lain 7828; Proctor 2809-.}.
GARDENS plowed. Main 28627
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BUY a food used ear, don't make any
mistake. We tiave the beat •_**•_
cara (or tale at reasonable terraa
that carry the prices. Usual guar
Little & Kennedy Co.
Uaed Car Dept.
Motor Bldg. 711 Broadway
HIGH CLASS work, expert mecha
nlca, oxyacetylene welding, carbon
burning-, prlcea reasonable \od a
square deal. Central Auto Work*
N. K. Walton. I'r.jp. 110-11 Ho.
LOGGED OFF LANpT
IN Southwest Washington to set
tiers only (5.00 per acre and up.
Ten years to pay, lntereat at .«/_.
WEYERHAEUHER TIMBER CO.
Tacoma Bldg. Tacoma, Wash.
Get a House Cheap Now
HOUSES built, any size, In Tacoma
or out, %2_(_ and up. Wegener
Mfg. Co., 1107 A St. Main 1243.
AMERICAN OARBAGK CO. _ Re
moving garbage and refuse of all
kinds 215 Puy. ay Main 742. R..75.111
R. N. SKOV—Paperlianglng, tinting
and painting. Madleon 13-11.
WANTED TO BUY
CANARY singers wanted. State
price and how many you have. A I
B. Hansen, 3503 So. 12th at.
WANTED — Second band atovea,
ranges and furniture. J. O. Pur
key. Mala 5811.
HIGHEST price for live or dressed
stock Puget Sound Meat Co.. 1508
WANTED to buy household gooda
of all klnda. Will pay good cash
price. New York Furniture Co,
1128 Commerce at. Main 127*.
WANTED—Boys IS years and over
for furniture dept., carpet dept.
and delivery dept. Stono-Flwher
WANTED —An experienced shoe
man. Stone-Fisher Co.
WANTED —First ciass machinists,
highest wanes paid. No labor trou
bles. Box T-S, Times.
TAIIjORS wanted, coatmaker. Dean
MEN, not boye, for year-around
work. Pay $40 to $80 a month
clear. Write to Pacific Livestock
Co., Burns, Or., Tor detailed In
WANTED — Dny flremftn. Gregory
Furniture Mr*.- Co., Center and
WANTED—II MEN FOR UNLOAO'-
INO. GOOD PAY, 8 HOURS.
WAI.I.IS ft SONS, 1228 COM
BOYS over 16 for poultry farm and
hatchery. R. R. 2, Box 67, Taco
WANTED—A contract for one or
more houses, by reliable con
tractor. Call Main 5436.
WANTED—A boy about' 16 to help
work In store. Apply Muehlen
bruili, 917 Broadway.
WANTED —Laborer* for unloading
cara and assorting icrap, rates 30c
an hour. Apply Store Foreman's
Office, Chlcnito. Milwaukee Rail
way shops, T.ileflats.
UOOnCFIBLD BATHS for rheuma
tism and lagrippa. Lady attend
ant. 7th and_ Padfls Main 5284.
ME.'.' III! women, learn the barber
trade, big demand for barbers.
Koler Bystem of Barber Colleges.
imp Pacific «ye., Tacoma.
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OAK 3 HOTKL mi% So. 10th It.
strictly modern; rates reasonable.
Private baths. Main 161>.
PORTLAND Hotel, 1128 J^fferiion.
Ist class rooms, $1. Main 6565.
AVENUE HOTEL, strictly modern,
£ Ovate bath. 120614 Pacific ay*.
HOTEL RECTOR. " 1641 Broadway
Wall furnished. modern rooms.
steam heated, reasonable rat**.
PALACE HOTlßL—Fireproof build
ing*. Hot and cold water, eleva
tor all night. Rate* reasonable.
1111 Pacific. Main 1161.
Monday, March 18,1918. -THE TAOOMA TIM»S-» Page Bern
r TO RUN A WEEK
FOR SAI.I-:--('own, fn-sh and com
ing fresh. Mrs. Wliinler, Pacific
FOR SALE—Bishop, Bob
cock soda fountain and
30 foot marble counter,
complete with draft
stand, $350. Address
Northold Inn, Seattle,
O. M. C TRUCK
3-TON (i. M. C. truck, equipped with
trailer, lodging luniks, etc. In
first class condition. Pri.-e $1000,
for quick sale Easy terms.
De Land Henton Co., Inc.
315-16 Bankers Trust Bldg.
FOR SALE—tine thornlired Buff Or
piiiKlon rooster anil two Partridge
Rock roosters. Main SX43-J,
FOR SALE —Four Philo coops, one
Cycle hatcher. Phono Mad. 395.
100 PIANOS (Baby Grands) players,
upriKlu.-. delayed shipments all
arrlvini*; at once. We are over-
Htmki-il ami must CUT PRICES to
move quick and save big storage
charges. Sale commences Mon
day, March ISth. Low terms,
quick delivery, fair treatment.
Out of the high rent district.
CLINTONS, 50G So. 11th st. Main
li'lve-yeai-old cow, Holstcin, for
■ale. Call 78th and Yakima. Carl
Kprk. Blackwell Station^
OLD growth 16-lii*-'i forest wo,/
("all Main 9144-J after 7 p. m. for
COW for sale, mostly Jersey. 1101
NEW HOME sewing machine.
Il—Mncy Sectional Bookcase.
I—Auto Piano Player, at
211 Tacoma ay.
BUFF ROCK Eggs for batching,
baby chicks, setting hens. Main
WHKELER ft WILSON tailor ma
chine, perfect conditUiii. 122.60.
319 So. 11th st. Main 5703.
L>l TV," your fish from tho National
13 U 1 j.- l gh Co.. 102 South 15th It
CASH PA.D FOR USED 1-URNIT
URH AND OTHER MERCHAN
102 BOUTH 12TH STREET.
s>-v Watches cleaned or mats
U l)C springs 14a auarsnteed
x'r*' Rosenbauin, 1211 Pac. ay.
Union Transfer p f,,: r; < Jt^, a n n. d
Long distance hauling. Main 74.
Moving—Get Our Prices
M'I.EAN. MAIN 1110.
MAIN 3009 E^*^£
Storage. Nights and Sundays.
City Moving & Storage Co.
FIREPROOF storage. 11l Tao. Ay.
PRIVATE office, us* of reeeptloo
room. Inquire ltll Fidelity Hldg
Tel. Main 41(4.
ANYONE who saw lady fail In Pan
tages thcnter Hiitiirda.v evening,
about eight o'clock, will confer
favor by calling Main 4 4:16.
WE dn good work. American
Window I'lennlnr Co., Main 1664.
201 Serais* Bldg.
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LOST—Orsy fur tall from a neck
piece. Main (646.
LOST—A small coin purs* contain
ing $11, either at base hospital or
on way In last Thursday night.
Liberal reward. Main fissß.
LOST—Gent's pars* containing over
one hundred dollars, also two It
R. tickets. Liberal reward for re
turn to Barnes, care Hippodrome,
Buaee «n«l Tula Aaywhere.
Il> SO. 10TII ST. TBI,. MAIN Ma
SI. T. Mile..
Lv. Tacoma- -4 p. m.; Sunday, I a. m.
Lv. Telm—9:3o a. m.; Saturday night,
10:80. and Sunday. 4 p. m
Leaves Tacoma —11 a. in.. 4:30 p. its.
Leaves Carbonado—l:lß a. m . 2 p.m
2.00 p. m.
The Blue line—Via Valley Boat.
Lv. Tacoma—7 a. m, and every
hour to 11 p. m. Saturday, last car
at 11 p. m.
Lv. Sumner —• a m. and every
hour to 10 p. m. Saturday, last oar
II II p. a.
WHEN you can buy a home on easy
payments, direct from owners, at
the I'ubllc Kealty Bureau, 824
NKAK OAKLAND SCHOOL
"512 Gunnison st., 5 rooms, bath, 2
lots; a pretty little place, now
unoccupied. Short distance from
American Lake ear line.
IN the same neighborhood we have
a 2-story and concrete basement
home and two lota, on corner, for
$2000, which is several hundred
dollars in-low value of tho house.
Malcolm E. Gunston Co.
_Bulte 405 Scaud. Am. Bank Bldg.
$1800 -l'lne S-r. house, I*_ lots,
$ $71—Good house, 4 large rooms.
plastered. 1% lots, line fruit
trees, by car line.
$2000 —5-r. bungalow, 2 lots. North
27th. Will take part in trail.
$1800—Good "-room house, 3 lots
$1700 —Fine bungalow, 4 rooms,
$ 450—Fine corner Ainsworth ai*
all improvements In.
BERTELSON & CO.
Scandinavian American Bank Bldg
40 ACHES Rood land for sale IB
Olymplu; will take launch foi
first payment or for all. Inquire
2514 So. Yakima after B. Main
AT Fern Hill on So. D St. Fine
bulldini? Bite. good sell, Price
$350, easy terms.
JESSE O. THOMAS, JR.
120 Tacoma Bldg. Main 7818
"TWO fine lots. 50x142, one block
to pavement and car line, 2 blacks
to high school. Lots of fruit
Assessments all in and paid ex
sTESSE O. THOMAS, JR.
320 Tacoma Bldg. Main Till
WALK TO WORK
Near Park and Smelter
GOOD 4-room house, large front
room, kitchen and pantry on first
floor, two nice bedrooms and bath
upstairs: full basement; two lots
on paved street; beautiful view of
Sound and mountain*. Owner
will sell for $1800—1150 cash, bal
ance easy terms
E. F. GREGORY CO.
Fourth Floor Nation**! Realty Bldg
NKW bungalow lone year old.l, I
rooms and reception hall on one
floor, together with half base
ment and attic, on two lots with
in WAIJUNO DJSTANCK, to be
sacrificed. Bookcases, pretty
panelled dining room, a model
cabinet kitchen, electrical fix
tures, etc. Price only $21150, nil
terms of $450 cash and $*!. pel
month, Inc. Int.
Maryland Realty Co.
601 California Kldg. Main 21SS.
T AVn NFAI* TACOMA. Plenty
Ulliyu 0 f water; good soil; well
settled district; good roads. Jesse
O. Thomas, Jr.. 320 Tacoma Bldg..
Soft Drink Parlor and
TIIK owner of this business has
been In the same locution for over
15 years and has been very suc
cessful. This place is patronized
principally by highly paid me
chanics who find the same pleas
ure and pleasant Surrounding*
here that tlie business man finds
at his downtown club. The stuck
consisting of soft drinks, cigars
tobaccos and candles will Invoice
about $SOO, wlille the fixtures sn
(liioted at $*iOO. which Is one-thlr!
their real value. This Is youi
chance. 111-health nf owner If
only reason for selling
Douglas Promotion Co.
611-12-13 National Realty Bldg.
FOR opportunities, hotels, pool
rooms, homes and ranches, see A.
Havard Co., 401 Bernlcn Bldg.
WANTED—An experience, I shoe
saleswoman. Stone-l-'lsher Co.
WANTED—GirIs to work" in box
fuctory. Call Main 353:! after i
WILL trade Chalmers sulo, 6-pas
senger. good Condition, value $6S(>
for horses, any livestock am'
farm tools. Adress P. O. Box 155
SPRING CAMPAIGN BEGINS TO FEEL THE THRILL OE
LIFE, CANDIDATES' HEADQUARTERS BEING OPENED
Ratifies Union Slate
Unqualified endorsement of
then each loca-1 in the mity will Ho
H. Hoy Harrison and A. L. Dice
son for city C'lvnmi-ssioners, was
made I y the polit.iul coraTiiittO'j of
tlie Central Labor Council at 111
iii.i-i i lr.: Sunday afternoon, an J
extensive plans were formulated
for conducing the labor campal ti.
A central finance and canipai .n
committee, composed of Fred
l.iii.is, ('. 11. Itarrett, Joe Lyons,
L. B. Morris and Roy Yinger was
Kver.v labor organization in the
city will name from one to three
repreaf ntatlves to work in con
junction with this committee and
form a hugo organization for
boasting the camMduey of the
The endorsement by the politi
cal committee will be reported to
the Central l.aihor Council Wed
nesday night for confirmation and
Edwin W. Beedle for mayor und
asked to ratify the committee's
A red hot campaign by the labor
organizations of Tacoma will be
unuertaken, the first of its kind in
the history of Tacoma, according
to leaders of the Central Labor
a c c
Riddell Begins His
C. XI. Riddell, candidate tor
mayor at the coming primaries,
oneiied what promises! to be a
whirlwind campaign Monday, mak
ing two speeches before the em
ploye*; of the Northern Pacific
simps and the Griffin Wheel
Works at noon and outlining a
'program of other address**-.
Ileadqnailers for the Riddell
campaign have lieen opened at
1209-11 National Realty bulld'ng,
with W. G. lleinly us campaign
\ wmi.i'i's campaign headi|ii:i"-'
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per? Do you take advantage of The Times classified page to se- —- „ . ._. __ .._ _i v ...._ n u.. a d to
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The Tacoma Times, Tacoma, Wash. 111 t I MVWIIIM I I Ifl CO
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National Realty building.
The executive committee which
will -support icidili-H's candidacy
will be announced In a few days.
On. Wednesday, during the noon
hour, Riddell wlll addrei the
workers of the Washington Pipe
& Foundry Co.
Evenlnig meetings will be ar
ranged late-r in the week at va
rious points and different P|ieak
ers among the business men and
attorneys of Tacoma will 're se
"Mr. Riddell pi, ins to »|>eak be
fore tlie workers in every large
plant In the city, and will addre
other meetings in all parts of Tt
coma, so that every voter will hava
ample opportunity to see and n.-. r
him," said Chairman lleinly Mon
"It will Ih» an active campaign
beginning today, without a dull
moment until the primary elec
c | •
No Protest Filed
, Against Meads
Altho C, A. Cook has announced
' that he would protect John F.
I Mead.s' candidacy for city control-
I ler, City Clerk Niekens said Mon-
I day that he had received no no
' tice of the action and that Meads'
name would go on the ballots un
less a court intervened at once.
l'linting of the ballots will be
placed In the hands of a Tacoma
printer within two days, and un
less Cook gets a court order in
tlie meantime. Meads' name will
be listed with tlie others.
Cook maintains that Meads ob
tained signers to his nomination
petitions by misrepresentation,
first announcing himself as a Can
dida le for commissioner aiid later
cliaiig'ng to controller.
• • •
Will Help Clerk
Fill Election Boards
I Meeting Sundny afternoon, the
'political committee of the Central
1 • ('miiieil - i,to i) to fw Hl'ell ill
necessary ass -lance to City Clerk
Nlckeus in obtaining election of
ficials for the April 2 primary.
Niekeus has been unable to get
sufficient persons to do the elec
tim work in some of the pre-cincta.
There were 18 precincts Monday
in which v: mules existed. The
li is of officials must be complet
ed by Wednesday, according to
Those precincts where officials
are still needed are Nos. 1, 2, 7,
I, in, 11, 12, 15, 18, 20, 24, 26,
IS, 17, It, 44, 46, 47 49, 50, 11,
52. I, 55. f,C. 59, 60. 61, 65, 67,
7t, 78, 84, 90, 94, 95, 97, 98, 11,
101, 102, 107, 109, 113, 115 and
Thieves enlere dtho Dennett
Aliiling Co. "a plant, 2986 Ains
wortb aye., Sunday night and stole
12 empty sacks, six electric light
i—. '■ "--"-x .
Atkins May Issue f
Street Car Pamphlet
Pamphlets explaining the entlra
streirt railway bond issue wtll
probably lie published by the dtF
In a few days and distributed
among all tho voters.
Comini .-'oaer ABkini said Mon
day that lie wanted to let all Tap
co-man* know the facts about tha
bond isnue and that the pamphlet
i,ii ,i wax tlie most feasible. A
tboro explanation of the clty'a
plans regarding the purchase and
operation of the T. R. *__ P. Co.
lines will be outlined In the panv
Qlobts and 75 pennies," aocordinfl
to a icport to the police.
(I iiln.l I'rr.e l.eeenl Wire.)
ALBANY, tt. T„ March 18.—
■The whole thing is so ridlcnlotil
'that I will positively not discuM
it." was tbe reply of Win. Barnefj
I boss" of Albany lo newspaper
men today when asked about hit
I "arrest" on the charge of dl»
--| loyal utterances in New York.
I The "arrest" of Burm-s is said
Ito have been the result of an ut
terance regarded by Co. 11. O.
Uialo as disloyal, said remark hay
ling been reported as being 'Tncla
Sam is a " und Ilarnrs posi
tively refuses to fill the blank.
i. urn-*, was arrested only la
tlieory, an lie was not held after
liis arrival at the police station
in New York. The police lieu
tenant declared he knfiw Harnea
did not intend his remark as a
disloyal one and Uanu-a said he
SU H loyal as anyone In the na