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RATES FOR CLASSIFIED "WANT" * . ■'■'•■''/ ADVERTISEMENTS '<: ■ i ■■' ■■*'■■ four cen.er, word. 6o per Una each Insertion for all lines of business. , Four Insertions for the price of three for cash In advance. "™ ■ ;* J No adverttsement taken for less than 16 cents each iMerUon. * -;-,;. ;-. • All mall orders must be accompaalsd with the cash. " "-. • ' THH TIMISS IS TAIIIMA'M - flWJPitfc.. W|A nipt -lE|X-|A AIIS 11V £"i»v«i!.i.i-« "^SISSS^ riIONK. OUR HUMIER "'•■"" ■*' *•" i» main n - ABSTRACTS OF TITLE . ESTABLISHED 1883 " * COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST Co.. The Competent. TeL Main 101. 109 80. 10th st. TACOMA TITLE CO., the competi tor, cor. Fidelity Bldg. Main 3194 AMBULANCES . •04 A st. Btables «th ft St. Helens. T. C. ft B. Trans. Co. Main 43. PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 64. ~ ASSAYER A. McCullough, B. A., mining engln ■ eer, chemist; smelter shipments superintended. 1142 D. Main 8007. ATTORNEYS F. A. Latcham. attorney-at-law 403-6 Berlin bldg. Main 2240. LORENZO DOW, attorney-at-law, , 301 Nat. Bk. Com. Main 366. AUTOS FOR RENT OLYMPIC TAXI CAB CO.. I or 7 passenger cars. Main 8843. : BOOTBLACK STANDS GOLD GROUND—Ladles and gents. . Best shine In city. UU'/i Pac. ay. BLUE PRINTING t~,-«-.-,,-,.-i|.,.rij^.r..nj-ij-u-^^j^.run-n_n_n_n^T_n_n^^u*i-n_r Nicholson, sun and electrlo printing. . 603-7 Fidelity Bldg. Main 474. BICYCLES Oood wheels, right prices Lock smith Blake's Repairs. 1339 Com. BUILDING CONTRACTORS HOUSES built and part of money Unt. 20» Equitably. CARPET SWEEPERS REPAIRED ■* ■ ■ ■i-i-. ■-.-■*»-inj-Krxj^^riru-u-uy n >>/\yi-rv\/-u*UXOji Tac. Furniture ft Repair Co.. spe . clallsrs. 1107 80. 11th. Main 9743. CARPENTER SHOP >~»i~in.i ijij'-'ij^ii_ii_i^riru-i.aj-Lrij-i.njTjj-i J -inrurLrLrvi.rij-u. NEW and repair work. G. H Eg gleston. 130« Court C. Main 1773. CIRCULAR LETTERS I*-■■■■■ ■ ■ M w-..-.ru»^<.-_-.-_-_-_ JuwvuU^r.r^j Typewritten circular letters, etc. Tacoma Duplicating Co., Chamber of Com. Bid., Tacoma. Main 664. Proctor 1621. _ CARPET CLEANERS YAK KLEAN Vacuum Cleaner; will rent you machine or furnish com petent operator. Main 2754. H-.,h. HOUCK—Carpet beating, re fitting and laying; feather reno vating and upholstering. 2812 6th ay. Main 826. . • ' CIVIL ENGINEERING Nicholson, lot surreys, clattlng gen, englnserlng. 603-7 Fid. Bid. CLEANING AND DYE WOKKS LUCKEY'S DYE WORKS. 738 St Helens. Oents" suit, skirt or jacket Cleaned and pressed 600 up. Quick calls and delivery. Satisfaction guaranteed. Main 7161. _" ' J. A. DONALDSON. 811 9th st., 20 years' experience. Tel. Main 7430. * \ PRrCSSMAKIN'G. KXI'KKT dressmaking, work guar anteed. Prices re«m>nable. 3830 East O and Columbia ay. Ladles' suits a specialty; rates res,. sonable. Room 1. Hostwlck Hotel. ELECTRICAL REPAIRS COLEMAN ft HAHN ELECTRIC CO Motors and generators repaired: armature winding, general repalr- Ing. 1123 A st Phone Main 6327. HACKS FOR FUNERALS Tocamo cemetery. $4; Catholic, cem etery. $5. Pac. Trans, Co. Main- 54. . * HOTELS ■-■-■> -■•■-■,%.- > i-i r i J -^, r ,^ J -, rLn _,^^ 11 -, riJ , rX[ hotel i-ii.n. ■:<<;■( vm>i\> ■ ■ 819V4 SO. V si • Remodeled and newly furnished; not and cold water In every room ■team heat, free baths, telephones and call bell system. Rooms en suite and with private bath. Center of theater and shopping district. One floor light housekeeping apart ments. Transient "and regular. Rates reasonable. ' . HOTEL GORDON — Good clean ■ . rooms. 26c and up. 1305 Vi Pac. .. ay., Main 1809. HOTEL GRAYS HARBOR, under _> new management. 1509 Commerce. C. Frederlcksen, Manager. BAKER Hotel, 733 Commerce st. Board and room. Mrs. Merrltt, , prop. LAWRENCE HOTEJ^-lliHimi $2.00 week up. 1 block from P. O. and Municipal dock. • • ',' V~ THE WILTWYCK • . 1318 SO. D St. • . Every room a bright outside room, I with hot and cold water, hot water heat, large roomy closet; 3 blocks 'from business . center; .free -baths. ; and . phone. Rates $2.60 per week up. Transient 60c and $1.00. MABSABOIT - HOTEL. 17th and C 1 • sts., two blocks from depot. Rms. 16c, 260 and 600 night; $1.26. , $1.60 ' and $2.00 week. Meals 160 up. COLONIAL, opp. -city halL. Dandy .-. beds. . ■ - - .-• ■ »' ;■' WHITE'S HOTEL— Newly-furnished *-i.~~ transient and weekly. ' 25c and -; iOo. 110% So. 14th. near Paoltlo. H HOTEL VICTORIA — New, mo,dern, *>"fireproof bldg. . Rooms 60c, 76c t »nd "P.HI4H So. C. Phone M. 9464 "&ys*'l WOOD AND COAL : PETERSON BROS., hay. grain, poul •MJ'»try supplies and eon! and vrcod.- U 10th and K. Phone Main 313. t^j^ MOVING AND STORAGE PAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 64.- : t. ' COMMERCIAL TRUCK CO.; C larg ast and best warehouses. In city. || Large me. furniture .* vans, - express 1 wagons and motor trucks."- Packing by experts. Reduoed freight rates to »ast. Office corner 19th and Pacific. Main 70». _____^ ,-■■. yv~- ..-■■-. Khh)FIDELITY TRANSFER ft.>.~ . f"- ■«sfeS«. w . 1-. STORAGE CO. - ■--■'-. 1T33 Pacific avenue, two large ware, houses. We pack, ■ ship, . move . and store everything; rooms under lock '•and for household goods and mdie. 1 Main 210. |§ig^, WINES AND LIQUORS "■*"■,, LANQEKT'^LIQUOR * CO.? ' 1115 Pac! ?.«•* ay., « wholesale - and • family v trade I solicited, a Free ■ delivery. Main ' »031. PATKST ATTORNEYS J Blllott. -, 619 Bkrs. Trust. Patent*. Trade Marks. Drawings. Main 1 677(. riTOHAGH '.. - ' irrORAGIS, ,' v»ns & and ■; trucks :f or moving. Phono Madison B*l. RAZORS SHARPENED WE sharpen safety rasor blades. All work guaranteed. Vlrges Drug Co., 1124 Pacific ay. SCAVENGERS OLIVER HENRY. Tacoma Garbage Co. Main 6406. Contracts made for cleaning yards, vaults and cess pool*.- Garbage removed by rrrbnth. AMERICAN GARBAGE CO. — Re. moving garbage and refuse of all kinds. 216 Puy. ay. M. 742. res. 7539. MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS Cures rheumatism and kidney dls eases. 769 So. C at. Main 5284. MONEY TO LOAN MUST FIND TAKERS for any of the following special sums which different clients have agreed to iV!A out on realty: $160; $2SO; $30&; $500; $760; $1000; will loan to build; for remodeling; to pay as sessments; to renew mortgage: to get married. Talk with us. Len o'o 0o Investment Co.; capital. $50, --000. 206 Equitable. % MONEY TO LOAN, plenty of It, low est rates, no delay. Uunston- Heath Co. * BUILDING loans; $300 and up. Len nox Investment Co.. 206 Etiult able. ' :.,. OUR OWN MONEY TO LOAN~ Upon City and Farm Property. Low Charges: no Delay. W. N. DOUU * CO.. INC. 707 Fidelity Bldg. Main 463. SEE me for money. Geo. Walter Bussell. 812 Equitable Bldg. I HAVE Just received several thousand dollars to loan a 7 and 8 per cent. Inquire J. L. Bnapp, 1219 Fidelity Bldg. SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES $10 TO $100 LOWEST RATES IN TACOMA $10 repaid In Installments of. .$ .70 $20 repaid In Installments of.. 1.30 $50 repaid In Installments of. . 3.20 ABSOLUTELY NO SECURITY BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL STATE SECURITY CO. 307 CALIFORNIA BLDQ. t. 6 and T PER CENT MONEY TO LOAN On Improved real estate or for building. Money advanced as build ing progresses. Monthly ■ install ment loans, about amount of rent, without commission. L. R. Manning ft Co., Equitable Bid. MORTGAGE LOANS Jn amounts from $300 up; low rates; no delay. NORTON at CO.. 210-11 Berlin Bldg. SHORT TERM CHATTEL LOANS. 418 CALIFORNIA BLDG. MONEY to loan on real estate, any amount from $300 to $26,000. H. V. Smith. 304 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 hand —no delay. H. J. SCHWINN ft CO., Inc. 316-219 Tacoma Bldg. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE and others, upon their own names, cheap rates, easy payments, confi dential. D. H. Tolman, Room 331 Provident Bldg. ON Imp. real estate. L. N. Hansen ft Co., Tacoma Bldg. 11th * A st. CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS D. D. DRAKE $5 to $100 Quick loans on furniture, pianos, storage receipts, etc. 1410 Natl. Realty nidg. PORTERS' SUPPLIES PORTER and janitors' supplies, brushes, etc V. li Johnson, 735 St. Helens ay. •. ■' i iii ~ __ w PHYSICIANS % ..... 1 . . ■ . . •! . ,.,,- r _ r _ n _ n _ r _, DR. WARKEN BROWN. General office practice and skin and venereal diseases. 206 Equitable bldg. \ ■ .. -. DR. FOKKMAN, SURGEON. Bankers Trust Bldg. . Dr. L. B. Ashton, Fhys. and Burg. The Hyson, Hours 2-4, Main 7816. DR. ROBB. 301-2 Provident bldg. Diseases genltro-urlnary. . DR. PAUL, PHYB. ft BURQ. X-RAY. • 1111-12-13 Fidelity Bldg. . ORIENTAL—Dr. K. Ito. disease ot genlto-urlnary. 1812fr C. Main 9767 Dr. Tocum moved Natl. Realty Bldg. Day, Main 600; night. Main 7600. DR. JAS. A. LA GASA— Diseases of . women and surgery. Genlto-urln ary diseases, 3d floor Natl, Realty Bldg. Hours 2-4 and 7-8. ■ DR. J. W. CLINB, 3329 McKlnley ay. Surgery and general practice. Phones: Office Main 264: lies. Main 7389. i ■ • . ■ ■.. DR. C. E. CASE, surgeon, gyneoolo glst. Office 1114 H So. Kst Res idence 1010 So. 12th St. Phones: Office. Main 6887; res.. Main 893. . . . .DR.' THYNG. SURGEON Surgery and consultation only. 1201-1206 Fidelity Bldg. Main 400. ■ 'OSTEOPATH PHYSICIANS DR. STOTENBUR. Office 422 Bank- M ers Trust Bld«. Main 5609. Res. Main (610. PAINTINQ '■■* PAPERHAXOING FRANK g. HANBSON, 738 SL llel ens ay. Phone Main 6142. : V . PRINTING COMMERCIAL BINDERY ft PTo" = CO., Inc.. m-758 Commerce stl Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders. Lbdse leaf devices. • . . , 4 WALL PAPER . ,::! . ........ .--;.,- ll . ll . inrini . lll _ ll _ l LARGE new stock of . wall paper very latest designs and patterns Acme quality paints, adapted to the western climate. v A. a Johnson ft Co.. 1143 C st. ..■' --^-..,-.>■■.:..,,,.■' • --./* . ; f PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERv 208 - Natl. Realty Bldg. Mal.-i 1848. 313 I Savage-Scofleld r>Bldg. M. (fts.; ,~ JBIIOK REPAIRING - / r l n^i % nxu-ir.n:r.ru-jTjTj.u.^rO..^/'.i .f.n. .i. —_._ ru Quick Shoe , Repair Shop, 918 Com.; reasonable, best work. Main 4419. Werner ft Moe, Goodyear Quick — Shoe ( Repair I Co., 923 I Commerce. §iS% BOICITORB WANTED. SOLICITORS wanted. A number of good live solicitors wanted to work on I best premium | proposition . for the - solicitor ever worked ■■ in - the aorthest. If you are a good solici tor and wish to Increase your pres ent Income see me about this prop osition. Apply Mr. Thayer, between 10 .a.. m. ' and <4 * p.. m. at ■ 612 f Cham ber of Commerce bldg. t|:HELP—FEMALE ?. x-\ A STRONG healthy girl for gen - eral * housework In small family. Mrs. D. H. Rowland, 2212 No. Proc tor. - Phone Proctor 173g. ■ • WANTEDLady to do work by f the day.,. Phone Main 7257. 701 , So. 1 st. ■ ...... , ! WANTED—GirI for general house work; family of 3. Call 380» So. G sL GIRL wanted In boarding house to ; do chamber work and help wait ' on table, I hours work, $7 ' per . week. Inquire St. Paul Motel, 2318 Jefferson ay. , • WANTED—Experienced saleslady I In the dry goods and ready to i wear. State age, experience and ■ salary wanted. Address Box L-l, . Times. h ■ - ' i • TRY our 60c FAMILY WASHING. I Famous Washing Co. Main 8484. ■ TAILORS' and dressmakers' sup plles. Albert E. Baur Co., 817 11th. 4 CANCERS cured without knife ot plastur; consultation free; Stephen . Johnson, . school house crossing. Fern HllL _ Welnstone.ladles'eults 110 up.lOi »t» Situations— 1 1 GRADUATE mirse will make visits 1 to your home each day. Rates reasonable. Call Main 5126 for par ticulars. ! 1 YOUNG woman desires position as bookkeeper and stenographer. Five years' experience. References. Phone Main 6196. ■ _^ YOUNG Christian woman wishes boarding or general housework where she can go home nights. M -100, Times. ' - Family Washing 50c Main 2672 Metropolitan Wet Wash Laundry TYPEWRITING ana multlgrap'n • work. Main 854. HELP—MALE man SCHOOL BOYS, ATTENTION I have a good proposition for a number of good live young men between the ages of 17 and 21. All day or after school. Apply be tween 3 and 4:30. Mr. Thayer, &13 • Chamber of Commerce bldg. WANTED—Porter! Inquire 2316 i Jefferson ay. _ ' WANTED—Office boy and messen ger; salary $30 month; good chance for advancement. Address Box M 3, Times. ,_ WANTEDA good strong bny. M. A. Thompson Heating Co., 1013 So. G St. ' BOYS over 16 years for telegraph and errand work. Apply 1113 Commerce. .-j.r AUTOMOBILE school, driving, re pairing taught; modern cars, 1912 Jefferson &ye. . . . • SOLICITOUS wanted. Best "propo sltlon ever offered In the north west. Apply between 10 and 4 it 612 Chamber of Commerce bldg. Call for Mr. Thayer ■ SOLICITORS wanted for a Tacoms corporation; good money paid to good men. 322-23 California BUlg. TltY three U's Lunca once. 211 So. ltth st. . 4_T ft Bay "I saw It In the Times". BUSY MEN AND WOMEN "find It convenient to telephone their For Sale and Want Ads to The Times. Main H. Only on* cent a word. Situations—Male | f. YOUNG man, BKed 20, with good . references, desires position of any kind. Address Box O-9, Times. HANDY young man, married, wants » any kind of steady Job. Steady, and sober; willing to do hard work;' very strong. M 4, Times. • ~ CARPENTER—Foundations con crete work and general - jobbing. Main 9027-L. . ■ FURNISHED HOUSES COMPLETELY furnished 6-room bungalow; young man will keep one room. or will rent two or three rooms for housekeeping. 1411 So. Adams. Call at 7:30 p. m. "^"7 RENT : T MISCELLANEOUS • FOR RENT— Private office and ' desk room, all conveniences, rea sonable. Inquire 1014-20 National Realty Bldg. - RENT-FLATS • FOR RENT—At cor. 16th and So. I St., unfurnished flat of 4 rms'and alcove, on 2d floor; gas stove, 'cur tains; rent |11.60. Apply 902 So. 16th. Phone Main 7647. ■-:■«■.. Wanted to Rent WANTED—To rent, 2 to 10 acres with buildings, In reservation or Nortlr Puyallup. Will T>uy If rea sonable. ■ Address Box M 6, Times. WE" have Inquiries for 2 stores down town. H dwellings. Jn North End, 2 dwellings In West End. What can you offer, -ii» • • New Jersey Mortgage & Loan Co. * 111 80. 10th Bt. ' ■■ WANTED TO RENT — A 5 or 6 room house In North End. Client will pay from $20 to $35. New Jer sey Mtg. Loan Co., 11l So. 10th st. 'ROOMS AND BOARD ROOM and -breakfast in private family; ■ home . comforts; pleasant home for gentleman with reference. Main 9495. . " BOARD ami' room $5 a week. Main 8811; private family. 2339 So. L. BAY "I saw Jl In the Times." ~ ROOM 3 win. or wltnout board. ■ Mrs Crow. 418 flo E Main «194. FOUND /- FOUND—A heifer about 15 months . old. Owner may have same by paying for this. ad. G. Gimdersun, Fife, Wn. * > " ' ---,•.-/ GOOD news for you at Everybody's Studio. Call 113fr C st .-■■,;■:.■>■■■ y WANTED TO BUY f WANTED—2V4. 6 or' 10 acres land • ■ between ~ Tacoma k and ■ Seattle, suitable for chicken raising. Pre fer to have It partially .Improved. Name lowest cash price. * Prefer to deal with owners direct. Address Farmer, ■cr Times.... ■ , '..,•". ■ Wanted—Borrowers : BANK, deposits -plareT! on •' mort .gage.T and'B per cent. Xennox Investment Cor, 206 Equitable bldg. ONB -.HUNDRED and •v*. to loan. Lennox Investment Co., 206 Equi table. ".:.-; ■■- —^•vi>*.■.■»:%.■ ;i"w-*4_..-: n gSPEOLU^NOTIOES ■:, PHONE Mala 2846 and 'JWm "wIU call" <Cf Pantorlum. 936 Commerce st. m^ T i TACOMA TIMES. £.Sdt - il I FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS DRAWING table, first-class condi tion, cost $16. Will sell for $7. Phone Main 8966-Y. • ...■■■ FOR ■ SALEOne . delivery team. Olympic Ice Cream Co. SECOND-HAND book*. 411 North Yakima. --. . » ..• _^, -v .,, NICE hotel at ■ half . . price. Good furniture. • Cheap rent. Nice business. Main 201, Times. * A good buy, strictly ' best Early English rockers, chairs, library table, buffet, extension table, brass bed, birdseye dresser table, rock er, binder ■ Wilton rugs, all must be sold. Sell singly or in lump. Apt. L. Waddell. .- - i. • A fresh cow giving about five gal lons, of -milk. F. Frelheit, 21st st. B. E., Puyallup, Wn. . . ■ GREEN ground bones, made fresh dally. Out of town - orders promptly filled. We buy beef cat tle, fresh cows, stock hogs and poultry. Tacoma Heat Co, 1508 Paclflo ay. . '*: FURNITURE—For sale, bed room and dining set; boy's bicycle us< six weeks; bound volumes maga zines, 50c; .chairs, tables, utensil*, plumbing fixture*. ; shelves for books, sundry household goods. Call 411 No. Yaklma ay. ., . - .. t I have a big span of mules, heavy harness and wagon, to trade for team of 1100 lb. horse*, Must be broke to work single, or will sell same very reasonable for cash. For further Information ring up Madi son 674 mornings or evenings. / BARGAIN for china painters. Rev clatlon China Kiln, No. 3, fine china table, a Quantity of White china, materials, studies, etc., at bargain prices. Call 210 St. Helens ay. Main 23'J6. ; '■■-•-; FARMERS take notice at this bar gain: 3 good ranch horses, about 1100 lbs. each, price $50. $66 and $75 each; 1 pony, 3 years old, $28; 2 mares, about 850 lbs. each, for $tis the team; one wood rack, $6; one bolt rack, $5; one farm wagon box with 2 spring seats, $7.60; one sad dle and bridle, $7.60. Inquire «* the Pony Stables. 2307 East D, st; - FRUIT and cigar stand at 13... Pacific ay. Must sell at once Cheap. , » ■ ' V • TO TRADE —Launch for motorcy . cle, or will sell. BroMn, Engine House No. 12, Tldeflats. FOR SALE— work,, horse; ulso gentle driving mare, buggy and harness. 2519- So. E st. YOUNG cow for sale, part Jersey; good milker. Call 0216 So. War ner st. TWO chair barber shop, 4 pool : tables, elgar stand. Call at 401 East 26th st. Main 2323. FOR SALE:lndian motorcycle, 3 h. p.. very cheap; good condition, dress 3814 East Spokane ay. Phone Main 7906. Mitchell Nursery, Larchmont. Fruit, shade and nut trees, ••berries, roses, , bulbs, hedge plants,* peren nials, etc. Mnin 7871 R-5. ■' JUST arrived, 6 head of lowa lincMc'* also some horses, - harnesses ' auicl wagonsv 608 East 24th St., opprfsltf N. P. freight sheds. W. W. Trans fer Co. w ■ __^ SADDLE -end driving horse, <A'ith rubber-tired , rig. Phone uxain 2348. ->■-; , . ,-,■-■' ..-■■'.■■ Sit -- BABY BUQOY TOPS From 50c to $3.50, at Batte's Auto Top Factory, 904 Tncoma ay. WE can give you something extra large and fine in fruit -trees, roses, etc., this fall. We guarantee our stock. The Evergreen Nursery, So. 12th and Stevens.- Proctor 1615. YOUNG cow-and calf, 3 year*, old, -cheap. 2929 So. M st. , -» ■ - SPLENDID bargains In second hand addlng'machines In all ih< standard makes. H. D. Baker, 602 Savage-Scofield Bldg. Phone Main 962.. | ■■ WE buy and sell everything. $r> gas stoves a specialty. 1317 Com merce. Phone Main 9392. SINGLE buggy, first-class condi tion. Inquire 712 So. Sheridan or 942 Commerce. ALT HEIDELBERG BEER " Columbia Brewing Co. Order a case. Main 229. ■ • " — WANTED to buy household goods. • Wm. Fitss-Henry C»., 10? 80. 12th. Tel. Main 8736. .-.. ■ SKATING RINK : Admission free. . Skates, after noons IRe, evenings 25c Military Band orchestra. 2115 Paclflo ay. MARSHALL i wants your second hand goods. lll'J C st. Main 6615. ■•■■ ■ '.-■■■ ■ SOMR one wants what you want to sell. Get in touch with thorn through The Times "Want Ad" col umn». . ■ . ■* ■ . ■ Say "1 saw It In the Time*". , FINE Chinese teas and silk wem. Earn Hlng Co.. 1364 So. D. ' FOR SALE—I*. head - • workin? horses, weight 1000-jeoO; 10 set double set harness. 2148 Pac, «v. SHUETT— Finest line of 2nd hand goods on market. 1843 Com. St. A SEWING machine for little money. The store you can de pend .upon to .supply any "machine at the lowest price. ' White 48.00; Singer $7.00; another Singer- $."..!>■). New Homo make $8.00. All fully guaranteed. New Home Office 319 11th St.. Bet. C and D. ».,:*-.: ANNOUNCEMENTS WANTED—ltespectuble kind party >. to adopt ■ a baby girl, 2 months old. Box Q-7, Times. ■ -■• PROF. SLOA'K'S dancing class for children, Saturday afternoon at '2 o'clock. ■ Mothers especially invited. THE Interufbari Drug Store has mpved to 1102 Center St. Will do business under, name of Shelter's Pharmacy. -• ,f-' •.'' ..■.. *' 0. E. JOHNSON for signs. lie-^o? 14lh st. Phone Main 134». 7 YOUNG WOMAN'S INN, 1011 Bo**d st. (3d and J) opposite FaMte Paddock Hospital. ' Board and rado. SPECIAL LOW. RATE for *elf-s^>^ porting women. Privilege of lauil-. dry, sewing room, employment Wt reau, parlor a and library. WAjßa. ING DISTANCE. Sixth ay. car «fj ■t.. walk 3 blocks north. PhAe Main 3992. :- ~~ '■■'■"'--■ ■■Wr i,.,. .;,■*.-?•■. '■^•■■- :i 'e-fc .;:' ' :">^LOST:v>;^;;;:!^ r —ii —i — .-li—ll- nfi.rm_n_ 1 ■i-.'i-, i. --L-i-n--i-ru-qi.rx.ri.ri.n-n--1 j' LOST—Between I Tacoma *- and * Au?. burn, 1 patchwork quilt and «$• green auto robe. Main 8486. Hm sonable reward. .- »■' ■ —•'■ «l 7 LOST— muley cow. last ■ Mon day. . Strayed from American lake, north side. Return -to I Mr. H. A. Slscho, So. Tacoma, R. D. No. 1. Main 7850-R3. v^. ■.■Ti^,^^ t.-i. YOUNG ■ man " seen . 3 leaving 5 Ep worth church .Sunday evening with black overcoat - belonging to Lester Wehnhoff had better return same either «to church or 686 No. Fife and ; save■ trouble. V'.^v.- — «r.T LOST Taooms, , Atrdale ) terrier bitch, nine month* old; mostly all blark, head tcrlzaley color. Dick Rlckert, ■ American . Lake. ■.-• Tteward. LOST —Between Tacoma and Au- I burn, 1 ; patchwork , quilt and one green auto rob*. Main 8485. _ R«a ■unabl* reward. r -i:^^ r^^P^^KS FURNISHED BOOMS THREE nice large airy room*, new furniture; - overlooking; bay. 201 So. C. Phone Main «978 after 6:30. A PLEASANT furnished room, steam heated. In private family. 1122 No. Mit, Main 4306. - GOOD sleeps, clean baths, sure . calls. The Henry George, 104 12th. HOTEL KINGSTON, modern, hot watar heat. tlßHßo.llth. FURNISHED rooms ■ modern, walking: distance. Irving hotel, 563 So. C st 7 HOTEL MODERN—Nicely furnished corner rooms; single, $1.16 up; hskpg., $2.00 up. 1904 D st. and 1948 So. k. Private baths. Free lndy. FURNISHED , rooms, $1 week up. 1644 So. D St. i . > x RENT---HOU3E3 FOR RENT—A cosy home of 3 rooms, furnished. Phone Proctor 592. _^^^^_^ THUEE-ROOM cottage, 3847 East X, at $5. Bungalow, cor. East N and 28th, with bath $11; one without, $9. Lennox. Investment Co., 206 Equitable. » NICE large house, facing car line, good water, all conveniences; work at the mills. A. Blazer, Mid land. FOR KENT—7-rooni furnished, 1018 South L St. Inquire third house from there, 1010 South L St. FOR RENTS-room house at 3210 East F, light and bath. Rent $9. Call 407 East 31st. FOR RENT— cottage, $5. 3847 East K. , ONE 7-room house, $11; one (-room house, $10; one 4-room houae, $8; two 3-room houses, $5 a month; water furnished; on Portland ay. car line. Main 2028. Ed Donahue. UHST a house and we will furnish It for you for cash or easy pay* ments. Tap. Furnltur* Co.. 811-1$ C BOUSEKEEPG. ROOMS I FOR RENT—A cheerful" front room connecting with kitchen, modern conveniences. Rent $10. Main 3292. 309 No. X St. ' ■ THREE and 4-room apt.; also one large room with alcove, kitchen ette, water and light paid. Rent reasonable. 3:!4 No. G. Main 8761. THREE furnished hskpg. rooms, private bath, porch, small yard, gas, $12 month. 813 So. 25th. NEjWLi? furnished modern house keeping rooms, $2 per weak up. Phone and bath. 928 So. D st. ONES, two or three rooms, neatly furnished, bath, light and phone, Rood locution, reasonable rent. 223 No. Taeoniu ay. Main 67t>5. TWO nice housekeeping rooms; also •Ingle rooms; rent reasonable. 1110 South Yaklma aye. Main 6047. CLOBK In, nicely furnished house keeping rooms, Ist floor, 105 No. Taeuma ay., near High school. WELL furnished housekeeping and • single rooms, steam heat, modern conveniences; reasonable rates. 902 80. Q st. ■■■ ■ -t. ■,, THE ANTLERS— Furnished hskpg. rim.; modern: central; 111CH C Wanted — Miscellaneous WANTED—Team to haul wood and coal. Call Main 8360 afjer tj p.m. POULTRY AND EGGS WANTED to sell or trade, 6 pure blood White Rock pullets and a year-old rooster • for Black Mtnor eas. Apply 2916 So. Warner st. J FOR LX—Barred Itocks. White Leghorns, Buff and White Or plnKtons, also mixed breeds pullets and cockerels. White Indian Run ner drake, I'ekin ducks, 3 I'hilo coops. 3806 So. Sheridan. Main 4o7t>. FOR SALE cheap, 40 late hatched hlte Leghorn pullets, a limited number of fine cockerels. The ijaton eggery. 719 So. Union. Proctor 183. FOX SALE — White Leghorns, Black Minorca pullets. Call R Roland, 3 blocks west Red Gables Bpanaway line. FOR SALE cheap, two thorough bred Crystal White , Orpington roosters and one Minorca, Call -■■14 So. 12th. . FOR SALE—Kellerstrass & Phllo White Orpington cockerels, 7 mos. $3 each. Proctor 1708. - PURE standard bred Partridge Wyondotto cockerels. 6 months old, some prize winners, $1 to $5 each, See Mr. Harper, gardener, at Tacoma Hotel. FOR SALE—Rhode Island Red cockerels, B months old. Inquire 1425 No. Prospect St. • FOR SALE— few choice Rhode Island Reds and Black- Minorca cockerels. West End Poultry Farm, No. 9th and Wash. sts. , Phone Proctor 1204. . • ■ » . FOR SALE—Late hatched White Leghorn pullets. 712 So. 69th. LIVK poultry Wanted at Carstens Packing Co., Tacoma. Will pay highest price for live chickens, hens and ducks. ■. BUSINESS CHANCES ROOMING house for sale, located <>n C St.; a money maker to (he right party. Phono Main 9729. : ■■ GRAVEL plant for sale. Full equipment including crusher, screens, bunker, etc. Also complete concrete construction oufit. . >-In thriving town, near Tacoma. For particulars phone Main 3G47. . ■--' ROOMING house, with dining room, good location, $400 cash,' bal. terms. A good buy. Mrs. Trambley, 108 So. 9th st. ■-* ■ - - FOR .SALE —Laundry. Must sell as the owner has to leave city; $140 trade per week. Price $1200. ' Ad jresg Box L-3. Times. ■ \ ■'. - ■ $100 IN gold will be paid to any man or woman over 21 years of age that are satisfied and contented. Apply at A. F. Hoska Harness Co.. lEXCHANGE QUARTER section on which tlm rights sold, - value • $3,200, .-• to trade for city home or lots. 207 Equitable.* J.. ■■■.-■-•■ > TACOMA property to trade for Da kota or Minnesota land. Address Box M-8, Times. . • ANTED TO TRADE—S7OO piano I with player attachment, 4 months fjld, for automobile In good shape. Phone Main 5148. ■ ' ..- -.-- TO TRADE for close-in home, a good _ little . farm, highly Im proved and stocked; 10 mile* from Tacoma. Worth. $8,600. Call Storlle. Main 1122. -■ -■■ ■ ■>■ v?; BUNGALOW to swap for lots. 107 ■ Equitable. v--- ■•*-- -■ ■ • .-■•■<■ »■■■ ■,-■«■•.- < REAL ESTATE g 10 ACRES -'- Improved, house, out buildings, horse, cow, -75 chlokens, 10 ducks. 1 i wagon, plow, v cultivator, small t0015... At Elma. This Is a snap. grf H. W. MYERS £p-B. 01*428 Perkins Bldg. jg&^r. ■■." c -;, - •*•.'.*•"•' .si.S,;;i,.-*V.''"; -,5. v -, : ..*«.-. .;, ;,y. r: . >.*,* 'S, REAL ESTATE RESIDENCE BARGAIN A swell South End home, $2300; 1300 cash, balance like rent; has 6 elegant rooms, all modern; best of porcelain plumbing; built for a home; 2 fine lots In lawn, fruit and berries; street assessments all in and paid; 1 block to car, 20 min utes' ride to 11th and Pacific ay. (4-30.1 ANOTHER BARGAIN 8 lots, 6-room house, 24 bearing fruit trees and berries; good car penter shop In rear. Street assess ments all in and paid, on car line, 16 minutes to 11th and Paclflo ay. If you have 9700 In cash you can get the best bargaaln In the city. Telephone evenings. Main 813' J. (4-18) Surety Bonds. Fire Insurance. E. F. GREGORY CO., Inc S. R. Webb E. F. Gregory. Second Floor National Realty Bldg. HIT Pacific Aye. WHEAT LAND TRADE 160 acres Douglas Co., 100 acres of which Is under plow, small house; good wheat Jand district; price $25 per acre. Will trade for Tacoma property and assume small mortgage. Also 160 acres Grant Co., near Moses lake; 80 acres un der plow. Same price. Trade. A. H. BAItNHISEL CO. 422 California Bldg. SUBURBAN HOME S-room house and three acres of good land, 1 acre cleared. Price (1300. Good terms. Benbow & McFarland 1114 Natl. Realty Bldg. $10 DOWN $7 PER MONTH HOME A new house and two good cleared lots In good location; 6 cent car fare; a good proposition. More lots If desired. Price |600. J. M. CURTIS 314 Bankers Trust Bldg. NEW MODERN HOME for sale or rent; payments; no cash required; move right in; will build to suit your own plans; will take lots In payment. G. D. GRANT 312 Bankers Trust Bldg. Going to leave, must sell 6-room house, 2 lots, close in, on car line. Main 3542. A SNAP If taken soon. Only short order restaurant In town, stock of cigars, tobßeco and canned goods; 10 fur nished rooms In connection; doing fair business. Owner wants to go south. Armstrong, Rapowsin, Wn. Oworr Will Sacrifice 1H Acr*» At Fern Hill; good house; 4 blocks from car. Can keep cow and hens. Get busy. Jmlar. * Hill, 314 Bankers Trul 160 ACRES TO TRADE I—Trade 160 acres, close to new school, 4 miles from Kapowsln; % bottom land. 2 —300 acres of the best land, H mile from Rinne. You can get 5 10, 15 or all for $50 an acre. 3—Modern f-roora bungalow, $2, --600, to exchange for lots. 4 —A first class grocery store to trade for lots or house. Owner Is doing $2000 business a month. R. RINNE Real Estate. Fire Insurance Cor So. 11th and X GARDEN LAND 3 acres, 1 block to car line, 1 acre cleared, balance half cleared; ■ new ♦ -room house, good well. This Is good garden soil. Will take pair of lots as part payment. J. W. Hoops 224-25 Natl. Realty Bldg. Two lots very cheap at N. W. cor. So. 23d and Alaska; all im provements In and paid for; $600 cash or $628 on time, by Q. Boyer, 3620 East B St. FOR SALE—By owner, cheap. B acres on Old Puyallup car line, 1 block to school and car; good soil. Price only $600. Call 6216 So»Wai - ncr St. A BUNGALOW with furnace and poultry runs; on cur line. In West End; same cash and will take part In trade. Main 9029-L. FOR SALE OR TRADE—SmaII fruit and chicken ranch; will take small bungalow and small cash pay ment or grocery stock as first pay ment. Address owner O. L. Taylor, 1214 So. Bth. city. FOR SALE—6-room house, Sixth addition 41st and J sts.; bath; lot and half; all assessments paid; 1,100. Tel Main 2929. BUY NOW Now is the time you should buy, when every one wants to sell la the best time to buy. Take advantage of it and make some money. If you can't find what you want in the real estate columns, a "want ad" in The Times-will find It for you. Only a cent a word and four insertions for the price of three. FOR Puyallup Valley lands see Harry V. Smith 104 Provident bldg. Four lot corner 32d and East V street, Indian addition, for $175 per lot cash. Owner, R. H. Prltchard, Massasolt Hotel, City. For sale, -fi-room house, large barn and wood shed, nice store building suitable for grocery and butcher shop, on best business cor ner In South End; 7 lots, S2 fruit trees; located corner So. 40th and Yakima; $5000 on easy t«rms. D, M. Gano, 764 So. 40th. Madison 349 JgOlt SALE BY OW.VKII Two corner lots, No. 17th and Fife; easy terms; $1600. Box O-8S care Times. 5 Acres—Make An Offer Owner lives In town and will not refuse any fair offer on his 5 acres of all good soil, cleared, fenced and in crop; lays fine; has small house; 2 blocks to ecnool, good neighborhood, near old Puyallup car line, also near store. Easy terms can be given. Let us show you this and make an offer. Kessinger-Stout Co. 213 Bankers Trust Bldg. For sale. New 7-room house at 1812 So. 2Cth st. Porcelain plumb ing and cement basement. See owner. Take Puyallup, old line, oar to South End Garden ask for John Udd. I also have for sale 9-room house at 1207 So. B at. This house Is brick veneered and In first class condition. Owner will sell cheap. SEE THIS HOME One of the best built houses In Tacoma; 4 large rooms, bath room, 2 pantries, back and front porches, lights, water and gas, large attic; 2 lots on corner, right on boule vard, near car line, store and school; IS minutes' ride from post office. If you are looking for « home better see this one. Price $1200; $400 cash, bal. 8 years. 2-S Surety Bonds. Fire Insurance. E. F. GREGORY CO., Inc 8. R. Webb. B. F. Gregory. Second Floor National Realty Bldg. 1117 Pacific Aye. NIGHT SESSION To try to catch up with the docket Judge Cushman In federal court held night court last night taking up the trial of the Anna Goldstein white slave case. Miss | Ferrte, star witness, admitted the , Goldstein woman had sent her money to get her to come to Aberdeen to enter a. disorderly house. LOOKING IT OVER. Judge Stiles, Attorney Bob Davis and Engineer Manley of the Green river gravity system, went up over the work today to see the situation and prepare for the trial of the McHugh case next week. BOAS GUITY. I It took just six minutes for a jury of nine women and three men to find "Dr." George Boas guilty of swindling. Falling Into a tub of scalding water, the 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Johnson, 1119 South J St., was badly scalded on the arms and hands yesterday. TIDES AT TACOMA SATURDAY Time. Height. 4:35 ft. m 3.8 Feet 12:57 p. m • 10.6 feet 8:23 p. m 7.7 feet 10:i!o p. m 7.8 feet REAL ESTATE OAHDEN »nd poultry one-acre tracts near Larchmont, on Puyal up car, $500; $10 down, $10 month ly. Lots in exchange. Lennox In vegtment Co.. 206 Equitable. Investment Gilt-Edged COO-acre farm, located fine for cutting: Into small tracts plenty water for irrigation if desired. You can't go wrong if you buy this for a farm and it will sell for more than double If platted. 236 acres under cultivation, 3 houses bains and sheds, water piped to buildings, wire fenced and cross fenced part hog tight. 3% miles from station and fine auto road* to Tacoma. Price $40 per acre Now if you are looking: for an In vestment grab this—lt won't stay on the market at this price lon»r SEE BURK >«JR VALLEY LANH 204 Bankers Trust Bldg. NEW home, $500 only, |50 down. $10 per month. Two (rood lots, in city, good car service. We bulk] home and suit; easy terms JUDGES & HILL, 214 Bankers Trust Bldg. WANTED A stock of groceries to trade for nice fruit ranch. A dandy money maker. Come quick if you have the Roods and want a fruit ranch. O. N. JOHNS 817 California Bldg. H. Yon, Chinese Medicine <o. W^ Teatlmonlal: Bm^l 1 have """severely KM fertnff severelr rnm^f&m from kidney trou f^Klgiy bin 'and rhcuma l^^S' tlam for - th« past «H^BL t yra.. and have ■■■^^ been doctoring ■^*JHFia^»rnntlnunHv wlth il^W^HHout relief. After your won derful remedies, under your " treatmant for I weeks, the pal* and aorencas have entirely dla< appeared. Tour* truly, P. A. Sni der, 6710 80. Ynklma ay., Taeotna. A wonderful Chlneae modlclne. Send 2c stamp for queatlon blank to 1148H Paclflo ay. Main M 8». I Olympia Boat The How Steamer ■ - NISQUALLY LssTea Municipal Dock Dally at 8 a, m. and I p. m. Tb« t:00 p. m. Trip Conneeta for Bbeltoa. r.einrslßg Le»T«a Olytnpla It: p. m. and «:00 p. m. MAGNOLIA — Lmtm • Oljrmpla for Taeoma and B«attle> t:10 a. n Phono Mala 6 SOS. ■. Strs. Indianapolis and Chippewa \ The fastest and! llurat £ day iteanten on the coast. BIGHT BOUND TRIPS DAILY Leaves Tacoma from Mu nicipal Dock at 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 a. m.; 1:00. 8:00, 6:00, 7:00 (:00 p. m. ■-. . Leave Seattle from Colman dock. 7:00. >:00. 11:00 a. m., 1:00. 8:00. 6:00. 7:00. 0:00 p. m. T BINGI.BSVFARB SSe. UOUNn TRIP SOc A Steamer Krery Tito Hoars. ... 1.. K. PUBCELI, Aiut . Phone Mgln 844S asßSß»^asacjaaapassß^aaßMaa»aaßßßa^Bißaaß» p LOST ■ • $1,000 BILL IN SMALL PURSE K> v ; -^ ;;.y ,;v SERIES NO. 4489. WS^l 'W. ..LIBERAL REWARD FOR ANY '< INFOR- | MATION OR RETURN OF SAME TO }.%■>£ i; ,-V-V, Circuit Theater MANAGER. 918 Pacific Avenue. z Friday, Oct. 18, 1912. NICK EXPLAINS 1 ■: The -statement of Arvid Ryd- ;: 1 Btrom . that I the Nisqually power ■ j plant .would probably not gener- I ate more than 8,000 horsepoweß —' if a cold - winter *": comes, baa caußed Nick Lawson to "do a lot ' of explaining. He now says th« plant will be all right and will; generate more than twice as much current ac the city Is now using, ■ • - _ ' EBERT & SON 24th and Pacific, Buy Your Groceries \ 1 Here and You Can Feel Safe that you're not paying credit prices to make up for those that do not pay their bills. • Fine lot of Waxen Apples 75c per box; Jonathans, 00c per box; Gravenstelns, $1 per box; quinces, 6 lbs. 25c, $1.40 per box; Salaway peaches. 05c per box; Idaho pears, 91.n0 per box. We have best Washington Butter, 40c lb.; good Washing ton Butter, 35c 1b.., In bricks, covered with sanitary paper. ' • We sell Swift's Oleomargarine at 25c per lb.; It Is clean, wholesome and Is better than cheap butter. •„ Special for Friday and Saturday * A 3 pkga. Cream of Wheat <■ i 50c; "2 pkgs. Pearls -v of Wheat, 25c; 18 lbs. best Sugar, $1.00, delivered with other groceries only; 3 pkgs. , Macaroni, Spaghetti or Egg \ , Noodles, 25c. .. rlo-lb. sack>Rolled Oats, 40c; > 49-lb. sack Pyramid, Drift ! Snow and Yakima Best, $1.20 ' per sack or $4.75 per bbl.; Clearwater is of .the. quality that most private 'brands are made from, $1.10 per sack, or 4M.:i5 per bbl.; 125 lbs. wheat, 82.10; 100 lbs. scratch feed, | . 92.10; bran, 75c sack; shorts, $1.10.-^ Telephone your orders— ... '. Main 75 y Umbrellas! We have $887 worth of Umbrellas, which we Will dis pose of on next \- -■' . ,■ * •*■* "SATURDAY > i■' ' ' * Most ot these umbrellas have silk covers and detachable all- - < ver or* gold plated handles. _ ■•" Values from $2.50 to Oi QQ . ■ $20..Y0ur v chqioe ... $li3o Sale begins at 8 o'clock. Be '. on hand eafty and g«t a good one. ■»*■• ■ 1 - RYNER MAIiSTROM ,'•-."' Prescription Specialist . > ■ 038 Pacific Aye.