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Saturday, June 1911.
■ : « I For Sale, Real Estate I ' • • *40a0a0*0l0l0l0AaA^0tA**090A0)0t0a040A0Afa0*0l0*0AJ*0a0*0aA0* 4 Lots and 2 Room House I 4 lots, all cleared, ln garden, with bearing trait trees and berries, all . nicely fenced; 1 Mock to car. 20 min -1 ute*' ride to business center, for i only $1200. See us about this at once. E. F. ORKKORY CO., Inc. National Realty Bldg. 1117 Pacific, aye 10 ACRES of the best land close In to Puyallup; about 8 acres cleared and in culti vation; fiuo means of transporta tion; % mile all fenced; remaining 7 acres lodged off. Will exchange for vacant lots ln city. The price Is $1000. Another One of. 5 acres, near Steilacoom, good soli. There are no Improvements, but the land can very easily be cleared at a small expense. Well adapted for the raising of fruit or berries. Would make a flno location for a chicken ranch. R. D. Duff & Co. Main 85.M. Room 2, Andrews Bide. maam — ■" -' i — i - * Furnished Home, $550 Lot 60x1.15, all cleared and In gar den; 7 blocks from best car line In city; good 3-r. house, furnished com plete; gaa and city water, also good ■well. Owner Is forced to sell and will sacrifice for V 4 value, $550; $100 cash, balance $8.00 month. A Home for Rent Money A new ;'-room bungalow ln beau tiful Hillcrest addition; only 1 block from car, 2 blocks to school and store; electric lights and water; nice lawn; fine view of mountains. You can (jet tills beautiful little home for $650, on easy terms. A Good Home Cheap New 3-room cottage, on best car line tn city, 20 minutes from city hall; 1 block from store and school; electric lights and city water; good garden glowing. If you are look ing for a convenient homo at a .bargain, better see this. Price $1, --850. on easy terms. McKinley Park Home A new tl-room bungalow, large pantry, clOHets and bath room; lot 60x120, on corner; nice lawn, bearing fruit trees and berries, good gar den; 2 blocks from car, walking dis tance from business center of town. Owner wants to get In business and will sacrifice for $2100, % cash. Phono evenings, 8876-L. 13. V. GREGORY CO., Inc. 2d Floor Natl. Realty Bldg. 1117 Paclfla aye. Waterfront 2% acres; lies in the prettiest bay on Puget Sound; it has good beach, low embankment, a graduated slope from back to front, a place where you can get good flailing and swim ming; a rice quiet bay for boating. There ls ho better soil. It lies south of Dr. Adams' strawberry farm at Horsehead bay. Take the boat at Commercial dock at 8 o'clock on Sunday morning. The price Is low. Terms, $60 down, $10 per month. G. H. Judges Co. 215 Banners Trust. A 1126 I own 14 ',4 acres of choice fruit land adjacent to Kennwlck. Wash., near the Columbia river. Lies fine, with perpetual water right. No mortgage. Value $3625. Will trade all or part for Tacoma property. C. 11. Lind. Phone 5524. Vacation Now while you are out enjoying your self, why not make expenses and then some by inventing a little money at the beautiful suburban Bismarck? 6 lota, 1 block of car line, $650. one-third cash. 1 block of 16 lots, close in, one third caah, $1200. 4 lota, one-third cash, $300. 1 acre, close to 64th on Miller,! St., under cultivation, $850. 400 feet waterfront at Spring field summer resort. Joining wharf and boat landing. - For a quick sale this goes for $300. 6 lots ln Hosmer's add., 3 blocks from car line; terms; $900. Four 5-acre tracts of logged off land, good soil, % mile from station on Interurban line, $200 per acre; \_ cash, balance to suit. 40 aorea good muck land. 2 miles onl station on Tacoma Eastern R. *C, $25 per aero. DENNIS DWYER 1$ Natl. Dank of Co. Main 5810 - i 40 Acres of Black j Sandy Loam 12 acres under cultivation, all In ' Wheat and garden; barn, chicken houses; house 16x18; all fenced; In cluding horse, cow and 75 chickens; 8 miles out on Olympla road. Worth 12800. What have you to trade? if At Dash Point ... i 80-foot waterfront, all fenced, ■ With nice I room house, with 2 large screened porches, well furnished; ' small fruit; good 16-foot rowboat; ' renting now at $20 per month. Price only $1600. ■. ■;.--.. WM. STORLIR •034 So. Union ay. M. ICB2. B 1125. ■ —.——^» 15-HOOM BUNGALOW 'i We have for sale a new 5-room bungalow, near the McKinley Park car line, with 1U lota, that we can sell at the very low price of $2100, and only ; $200 cash, • the balance . terms to ' suit.." The house haa the beat of modern plumbing . and ■ a sightly location. Call and see us and vo will show you the property, yhic". IL EVERETT A CO, A " ■yi'yy 614 Berlin Bldg. v — . « ' - . mama ...*:..,/. FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 acres bottom land, one cleared; 9-room houae. and barn; 6o car fare. For rent, partly furnished (-room houae, on car line. Call Main 3502. -. % A . '- :-' t ■ ■ -A.-- '■■--. '■■■■' . . i *" 160-acre cattle ranch to trade for flty property or will sell. -Apply 315 So. J at. •-,!. - ■ ■ -.'•. ■ Letters Explain Tragedy, But Are Kept Secret (By United Press leased Wire.) WALLA WALLA. June 17.— Myrtle Kyle, who shot Joseph Harper and then herself at Milton, left letters in her coat explaining why. The coroner read them, but refuses to make public the con tents, and says they will never be given out. One was addressed to the wife of the man she killed. . If you are going to move, pack or store your furniture, call Fidel ity Transfer Co., M. 83-A1497."* Wanted to Buy from owner, good acreage on Puy allup car line, 5 acres up, Improved or unimproved. Give full particu lars. Q-6, Times. Wanted to Trade I will trade house and lots or va cant city lots for acreage on Puyal lup car line or small ranch any place. Q-5, Times. CHEAP HOME SITE •Two lols, close to So. Tacoma car line, $300. Why go out Into tho wilderness and pay that much for ONE) lot when you can have all tho advantages of graded streets, light, wuter, stores and schools and TWO lots for the price? AMERICAN LAND COMPANY 504-5-6 Berates Bldg. Tacoma. Real Bargain 320 acres near Little Falls, 120 acres fine farming land, balance pasture; good fir and cedar timber on place. $3500. 100 acres near Goldendale, ln the heart of the famous Slmcoo fruit belt, where the non-lrrlgated apple reaches perfection; 400,000 feet of saw timber on placi. Come to of fice and we will t.U you more about this. Farms and acreage closa to Taco ma to trade for city property. Duff, Fechtner & Ruminski 407 California Bids. HERB'S A BUY ISO acres, about tt under culti vation; 5 miles from Lacey; fine lo cation, near lake; good land, no buildings. Very cheap at $30 an acre. $1000 cash, balance long time. Might take $3,000 in North or West End residence. D. 91. RICH, Olyinpln, Wash. FOR .SAI.K OR WILL TRADE! i Modern 5-room house and 2 lots, all Improvements in and raid. Will take horses or cattle as first pay ment or will trade for small ranch. i Property located at 4910 So. Asotin . st. Owner will be there all day Sun day. After Sunday call second house ! north... i Bii' ..-.<** « T. J. ALLEN Physician and Surgeon. Rms. 824-5-0-7 Fidelity bldg. Office Treatment a Specialty. Rheumatism, stomach and bowel trouble, disorders of the liver and kidneys, affec tions of the nervous, and cir culatory systems, catarrh in its various forms, nose, throat and ear; cancer, and skin diseases. We employ the fa mous and popular methods of the 1 Utile Creek (Mich.) Sanitarium. Office lira. 10 a. m. to n p. m. i I _4 , THERE are more Waltham Watches in use on the great rail roads of this country than all other . makes combined. Why? Because the '■_..., Waltham Watch can be relied upon to keep accurate time under the most trying conditions. •'lt's Time You Owned a Waltham" We carry a full stock In all grade*. -.'■' Talk with us about a Walthiua. Qf\ Frank G. Xj/HART 050 Pacific aye. *. ii i hi ——frm in !■■ — ■ mamam r^4yi:^yy^^^^i^'^y':yryyAyA' yy. ■....■,.■. ,_■ maaaanmmi^^aaaaaamaajaaamamgmmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. iiTTill '^riSHdTT^ Strs. Indianapolis _' and Chippewa y 4 '". The fastest ana 'finest day steamers on the coast < EIQHT ROUND TRIPS DAILY ' . Leaves Tacoma ' from ■ Mu nicipal Dock at 1:00. 0:00. 11:00 a. m.. 1:00. 3:00. 6:00. 7:00 ■ 1:00 ■p. m. .-■--■*;;---'■. ■:.:.- ' -s-y ■■■■■■ Leave Seattle .■ from , Colraan dock. 7:00, 0:00. 11:00 a. m.. 1:00. 3:00. 5:00. 7:00. 3:00 p. n>. ■__ SINGLE PARE S5« ._ A:■ ROUND TRIP 60 i^y.' A St-tmrr Every Two Hour*. Jt'U K. PUBCBI.L, A seat, —i "^ Phone Main 3443. — ■■■■'?■<■' MtfCiißßßaa^v^Baa . aaaaa_maaammm^—w—n. DARING BOY NABBED (ny I'nited Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE. June 17.—Floyd Merrill, Seattle's sensational auto mobile youth and inventor, Is jail ed again. The Bellingham police today notified the local authori ties that Floyd and his youthful partner, Archie Janiieson, were arrested last night. This was after they had escaped from the Seattle jail and taken long joy rides every day, paying the auto renting companies with bad chocks, it is alleged. Yesterday Young Merrill, who is the Inventor of an electric railroad signal, passed another phony check in Marysville, Wash., and on the proceeds managed to reach Bellingham. He will be brought back. MEW'S BOAT BURNS (By United l'ress Loused Wire.) RED TOP, Conn., June 17.— Harold Vanderbilt's gasoline launch today lies at the bottom of the Thames river near the Har vard crew headquarters, and Vanderbilt Is suffering from bad ly burned hands ami a scorched face as the result of an accident that occurred when Vanderbilt was cranking up the engine. The engine back-fired and ignited the frame of the launch. MAINE MAY BE WORTHLESS (By United Press Leased Wire.) HAVANA, June 17. —In the opinion of the engineers attempt ing to raise the battleship Maine, not enough salvage will be recov ered to pay lor the expense of re moval. The investigations bo far possible show that the steel hull is very rusty and it is probable that the guns and armament have been ruined. It is now doubted whether it will be possible to float the hull away. GIRL SOOTS OFFICER, (By United Press eLased Wire.) SKAGWAY, Juno 17. —Lena Bernhofer, 16, shot Fred Fonzo, deputy U. S. marshal, yesterday when he attempted to eject her and her aunt, Mary Bernhofer, proprietress of the New Home ho tel, on a writ of restitution. Fonzo will probably recover. The girl has not been arrested. She says she will set fire to the house and kill herself if an attempt is made to eject her. $80,000 FOR BIRDMEN (By United Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, Juno 17. —1n a forthcoming aviation meet to he held In this city, more than $80, --000 In purses will ibe in evidence. This sum is said to be the largest amount ever guaranteed (bird-men in America. Eight thousand dol lars will also be given aviators who fall to win regular purses. • • • 27 DIVORCES IN OXE DAY. • • • • (United Press Leased Wire.) • , • SEATTLE, June 17. — • • Judge John F. Main granted • • 27 divorces yesterday coming • I • within two of the record es- • • tablished last year hy Judges •' • Frater and Wilsor R. Gay. • • Judge Main announced he • • was not trying to break the • • record. a 9 9 A NEW LAW FIRM IN A NEW HOME . Louis I. Lefebvre announces that he has associated with him Wedell Fobs, in the practice of law, the new firm to be known as Lefebvre & Foss. They have removed from the Bankers Trust Bldg. and are now permanently located at Suite 1020 National Realty Bldg. Tele phones Main 3880, A 3880."■'•••* OPEN ALL BAY SUNDAY. Special bill. Come and try good things to cat at aa^A^aaaaammmaJ^l^^ '*■':/ Bnkery and Coffee House. ' ' ' All kinds of bread and pastry at retail prices. - :*;,¥.*.- 918 Commerce at. . "The Millionaire's Club" DAY'S BIG FIVE 'MEEsasa^y Overalls and Shirts | _Wtt______tt_r_ are cut big and roomy over shapely patterns so _mj}*~^^^a^_^ that they are comfortable and yet fit well. The MT- <*, SIViSJHW denims and shirtings are the White Oak materl- JJm . CT_—ftjflWjß ''*■ tough and strong, and all garments are dou m_CvfiT^J_____!ly_aP ,le »«*«<l: guaranteed never rip. Ask your deal mAyjCJtgT\\^_m_W <r 'or the "Big Five" brand when buying your y^SEmam^^A peatt ,ult SHULL-DAY CO.. Mttrs. Tacoma, Wash. THE TACOMA TIMES. ROBBERS BUSY • ••••••••• ••••••• ••••••••• • ONE DAY'S ACTIVITY* OK VKt.tiMKN AND TRAIN • • ROBBERS. "- * • ■ • • (By United Press leased Wire.) • • Drain, Ore.—Two robbers hold up Southern Pacific's • • Shasta limited and rob mall car. Posse pursuing. • • Salt Lake City—Robbers arrested on Oregon Short Line • • train, kill conductor, wound (Deputy sheriff and escape. Posse • • pursuing. • • Hibblng, Minn.—Mayor Dumas of Cass Lake arrested, • • charged. with heading arson and safe blowing ring, following • • capture of one of two yegg men who blew Puposky postoffice • • safe. Posse and bloodhounds pursuing. • • Lawrence, Kan. —Lone bandit locked deputy county treas- • • urer in vault, steals $3,200 while crowds on courthouse lawn • • hear band concert. • • Salt Lake City—Yeggmen blow safe In glass company's • • office; bind and gag watchman, look him in vault. ' • • Los Gatso, Cai.—Three robbers blow aaf* ln 6. P. station,, • posse pursuing. 9 SHASTA LIMITED IS HELD UP • • • ROBBERS SAID "PLEASE." * • • • (By United Press Leased Wire.) • © EUGENE, Ore., June 17. Trainmen who arrived here • • this forenoon from Yoncalia, where the robbers of the mall on • • the Shasta limited left the train declare that the two thieves • • were polite and carried on an animated conversation with the • • clerks while they proceeded with the robbery. • • As soon as they entered the mall car from an end door • • they said they had come to rob and requested the clerks to • • "please" hold up their hands. • • Just before they left the oar one of the outlaws thanked • • the clerks for having made no unnecessary trouble. • wWWWWWWWWW m* W WWW WWWW DRAIN, Ore., June 17.—Posses ' headed by Sheriff George Quine : of Hoseburg and by local officers are searching the hills today for i two robbers who held up and . robbed the mall car of the Shasta limited, the Southern Pacific's craok train, and escaped at Yon calia at midnight. Tho robbers entered the mall i car just as the train was leaving < . Drain. They brandished three | revolvers and gave the three ; . clerks no chance to show light. GIRL AND MAN SUICIDE, BUT IT'S ALL IN PLAY Once upon.a time a girl fell in love with a ' man whose father was her father's bitter enemy, and they were secretly married. On the same day - the man's best friend fights a duel with one Ty bolt, close relative of the girl, and the happy bridegroom runs his sword through Tybalt. He is banished from the city, and the girl is told she "must wed anoth er man. Rather than do that she takes a potion which puts her to sleep for two days, with all the appear ance of death. Believing her dead, her family remove her to the vault, where her lover, hav ing been notified to come, hurries to meet her. He thinks her dead. She wakes up to find him dead, a suicide, at her side. So she kills herself, too. This is Romeo and Juliet in 150 words. Doesn't sound very cheerful, does it? But Julia Mar lowe and E. H. Sothern, two of the leaders of the American stage, made this play ring with reality and beauty before a crowded house at the Tacoma theater last night. People laughed and half cried as though the beautiful sad drama was actually happening be fore their eyes. The two princi pals were magnificent. The play was splendidly staged. The company will give "The Merchant of Venice", tonight. ma * a amKammmmmt^ Ninth and c sta. Dental Work THAT IUOALIiY SATISFIES That's th* only kind'of dental work dona la our j magnificent dental offices, and th« people like to coma here because we us* only the best materialsevery dentist Is a specialist — and be cause we do such good work that we gladly guarantee It ln writ ing. That's the kind of dental work YOU should have, and Its what you may be absolutely sura of when you com* her*, . and at vary moderate prices. :y, i.,-,:..■■_■- - Painless Extracting ........ 800 Examinations and Estimates -. Free. ... - •' WE UIVK tJAS Best Gold Crows fS-00 Bast Bridge Work »«O0 Plates as low a* • $5.00 Gold Fillings fl.oo ap Platinum Fillings $I.o* : Electro Dental Parlors ALL'WORK iiV ARAN I'BKD Thriller Bide, Oth and C »«•■ The clerks were then backed into a corner by one of the men and the other ripped open the mall sacks and rifled their contents. Tho train crew had no intima tion that a robbery was In prog ress until Yoncalia was reached and the robbers pulled tho emer gency cord which brought the train to a dead stop. Then with out firing a shot the thieves disap peared. The alarm was given Im mediately and within a half hour a posse was on the trail. 'NEW —Five years of marital discord is the usual price for happiness, according to an opinion by Justice Ford of the su preme court delivered in the midst of the June marriage activity. If ' SMC PREMIUMS \_7 B i|3f|| j Announcement Extraordinary to the People of Tacoma and Vicinity S/ssM lift BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 17th 1911 (HI 55£^£i We will give the famous *fctf Green Trading Stamps to our customers. Read jfijaKajafv j jffijfejifl every detail of this announcement. It thrills with news of utmost interest to gga&g K/f^i thousands of people living in Tacoma and vicinity. :flffi]l| ppfej During the Present Year Thousands of Dollars' Worth of High Class and |Sl kPSS \ Useful Premiums Will be Distributed Free to Our Customers. |™§|»j s^s£"> Characteristic of the spirited, progressive policy of tho Imperial Paint & •■»»™Tft 5 mp-*«l Wall Paper Company, we have decide din the future to give our customers the rajgH Pdjl B. &H. Green Trading Stamps with all cash purchases. .;.<: ' • ¥£©18 > MESM I We have scrutinized the S. & 11. trading stamp system in every detail, and jg"f|||g J EWn \ we have found everything absolutely satisfactory. The Sperry & Hutchinson KW MSM i Co., a million dollar corporation, are behind S. &H. stamps. We signed a HsiSsil> contract for the use of these stamps and confidently assure you that S. &H. tZjZmgjm\ \ F^Ssjf* stamps will be redeemed whenever you are ready to redeem them. jRSSSB WMa® i The fact is, the S. &H. stamps mean something to you. They are like i'|9mra fcfKSlj | money. They bring you without additional cost, splendid premiums. c ■;• Rtlirfl jg Imperial Paint & Wall Paper Co. maa, H 759 South C Street Phone 4680 M| 'Mm j Dealers in Paints, Varnishes, Wall Pap Brushes, Room Moulding and Dutch : m&&M \ 'Wtifflj Calsomine. I Compare the following prices: v- .-— 444444^. ■ Wall Paper, 10c per roll, up; Dutch Calsomine 45c for slb package. (K^SH ißPvjk'ffl) '-■ $3.00 Brush Loaned to Each Purchaser Free. ■ , If/fv!S I m J House Paints $2.00 per gallon/Guaranteed made on this coast—best for the fflgla \ Pfffe^ \ peculiar atmospheric conditions on the Pacific Coast. '.'/..". '.ykyyy^ . 4 |SisJ| ttnroßJi To any lady wishing to do their own work we give free, expert advice and [BfcsSffl [fggkifflJ measure surfaces for quantities. , , ZCCCCXCc ! ■ Bring this Coupon to our store ap,. * ft - <l«uil I Si and get 20 ORIGINAL &X 4 Decorators.^ '10^1 I Wy GREEN TRADING STAMPS M ' . _, .. C^i^Si I **». FREE in addition to those you re- .' Estimates -furnished on all Ifim-Smf) f BESS}' ccive with your'purchase of $1.00 classes of work free. ftfi& \ H 4 oveLod Until July 15th. ' $ j§|; Imperial Paint & Wall Mm ' fL_2Z I i Imperial Paint & Wall Paper Co., tf^tn&i^^':^^ c r c i** 1*3*" I 4^. 759 South C street KZQGT vOi '*** 3o- *" &*• il^iSY **a*a*.am*?«*'w~* -»««.«» -■■-.-,. - L ,.T!i'..v,j,Afc .wi....:;",. -.■K^^^.-r^,,:..■,*■■.'*.'.. ■■ >^ r *.■-•.,■.* . mr±wr**4mtmiwm9imaaamaa* Wmmiuu!Pm.mmuamaamiaim l ~sw''-a^tm. - ,-w .. - ..,-.— _ —zraap jMi -II II 11=31—JaOCT I Spend Sunday I 1 --■-.-'•■:■•■• AT THE j EAGLES i 1 j/*^!^ y.l AMaaaJi t%-T 1 CARNIVAL Ii— —mi Hear the Beautiful m Hear the Beautiful | Sacred Concert 1 See the r * I Triple Public Wedding Three Charming Tacoma Couples to Be Married at 2 o'clock sharp i $250 S Pent in Wedding Presents $250 i ■ ■ 1 J 22nd and Pacific Avenue I iLmfmt —at «■ ■■ IS— ,tvy4. PAGE THREE