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RATES FOR CLASSIFIED "WANT" r is ADVERTISEMENTS One cent a word, ie per line each Insertion for all lines of business. - Four Insertions for the price of three for cash In advance. , No advertisement taken (or less than If cents each Insertion. All mall orders must be accompanied with the cash. - - tuX timi'.h im Hiotii'i uk m:i 1 i\ k *i>« \i\ ONLY IM'ITI.MH'.M' OUffiXtWm> I'llOMi. Ot'R NUMBER XEWIPAPEB |g MAIM 13 ABSTRACTS OF TITUS ESTABLISHED 1881 COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST Co, The Competent. Tel. Main 101. 10» So. 10th it. ■ TACOMA TITLE CO.. the compotl tor. cor. Fidelity Uldg. Main 219« AMBULANCES A/'fM>nrw-.->-.nr^ii-inf L.' l %- l "i*i* - m m **-»^»*^> (04 A at. Stables «th & St. Helen*. T. C. * B. Trans. Co. Main 43. t»AC. TRANSKER~~CaT~MaIn 61. ASSAYER *'-n.nj-Lri-r.rin.ni-M>^-»o-->.> < yw^-. wwm-w x-ww-w-i.-i* All. ii McCullough, I!. A., mining en gineer, chemist; smelter shipments Superintended, 1142 D. Main 3007. ATTORNEYS >j + F. A. l.utchuin, attorney-at-law. 403-5 Berlin bldg. Main 2240. LORENZO DOW, atlorney-at-law, 801 Nat. Itk. Com. Main 358. I(OOTiSLACK STANDS UOL.I) OROUND— Lailles and rents li. M Blilno In city. 1 11 2 % Pae. ay. HUE PRINTING. Nicholson, sun and electric printing. . 603-7 Fidelity Uldg. Main 474. BICYCLES Good wheels, right prices Lock smith, Wake's Repairs, 1»3» Com. BUILIUXO CONTRACTORS HOUSE! built and part of money l«nt. 208 Ki|»Hable. CARPET SWEEPERS REPAIRED Toe. Furniture A Repair Co., spe cialists. 1107 So 11th. Main 9743. CARPENTER SHOP NEW and repair work. O. H. Eg- Kleaton. 1306 Court C. Main 1773. CIRCULAR LETTERS Typewritten circular letters, etc. Tin..ma Duplicating Co.. Chamber of Com. Hid.. Tucwma, Mala 654. Proctor 1621. CARPET CLKANKK3 YAK KUBAN Va< mini Cleaner; will rent you machine or furnish com petent operator. Main 2754. U. L. HOUCK—Carpet beating, re fitting and laying; feather reno vating: and upholstering, 231] 6th ay. Main 385. " CIVIL BNafJfKKRIIK) Nicholson, lot surveys, platting _ gen, engineering. 603-7 Fid. Bid. CLEANING ANI> DYE WORKS LUCKKV'B WORKS. 738 St Helens. Gents' suit, skirt or Jacket cleaned and i • --.-,1 boo up. Quick calls and delivery. Satisfaction guaranteed. Main 7101. 1. A. DONALDSON. I'll sth at. 20 years' experience. Til. Main 7480 DRESSMAKING. Ladles' suits a specialty; rates rea sonablo. Room 1, Hubtwick Hotel. ELECTRICAL REPAIRS coleman a HAHN ELECTRIC CO Motors and generators repaired armature- winding, general repair ing. 1123 A st. Phone Main 6327. hacks FOB FUNERALS ~ Tocamo cemetery, $4; Catholic cem etery, IS. Pnc. Trans. Co. Main 54. HOTELS HOTEL I'IEHCE, 91'JH SO. C ST. Newly fur. steam heated. HOTEL GORDON — Oood clean rooms, Zl s°o 9 an" up. 1305 * I'ac. ay.. Main 1809. HOTEL RATS HAUHOB, under new management. 1809 Commerce. C. Frederlckßen. Manager. BAKER Hotel, 732 "commerce st Hoard and room. Mrs. Merrltt. prop. LAWRENCE HOTEL—Rooms $2.00 week up. 1 block from I. O. and Municipal dock. ~ THE WII.TWYCIC 1310 So. D St. Every room a bright outside room, with hot and cold water, hot water heat, largo roomy closet; 2 blocks from business center; free baths and phone. Rates 12-50 per week up. Transient 50c and $1.00. MASSASOIT HOTEL. 17th and C Ms., two blocks from depot. Rms. Isc, 35c and COo night; 11.25, $1.60 and $2.00 week. Meals !5o up. , COLONIAL, opp. city hall. Dandy beds. WHITE'S HOTEL,—Newly furnished transient and weekly, 26c and 10c. 110H So. 14th. near Pacific. HOTEL VICTORIA — New. modern. fireproof bldg. Rooms 50c, 76c and up. 131 OH So. C. Phone M, 9454 fc IXVKBTMEXTB. SEVEN and 8 per cent mortgages for sale. Lennox Investment Co., 208 Equitable. WOOD AND COAL _ PETERSON BROS., hay, grain, poul try supplies and coal and wood. 10th and K. Phone Main 331. MOVING AND STORAGE fAC. TRANSFER CO.. Main 64. COMMERCIAL TRUCK CO.; 2 larg est and best warehouses In city. Large furniture vans, express wagons and motor trucks. Packing by experts. Reduced freight rates to Cast. Office corner l»th and Pacific. Main 708. - - MOVING AND STORAGE. FIDELITY TRANSFER 4k STORAGE CO. ■ 1722 Pacific avenue, two large ware houses. We pack, ship, move and . •tore everything; rooms under lock and for household goods and mdso. Main »1«. ;■•».-,- -T- -: - -. 5 ,..>^.,- .. PAINTING A PAPKRIIANGINQ FRANK I i>, HANBBON. 733 st. Ksi *-» ens iv. Phone Main »141. THE T. A C. Co.. estimates given. .1121 80. A st. Phone Main CIOO. , 'Xt'Z'iv. SHOE 'REPAIRING Quick Shoe Repair Shop. 916 Com.: p •>reasonable, best work. Main 4411. t Werner - * Moe. • Qoo«r»ar *, Quick -'• Shoe ' Repair Co.. 821 Commerce. PATENT ATTORNEYS 2??K Elliott. €10 Bkrs. Trust. Patents, Trade Marls*. , Drawings. Main «77». . STORAGE) STORAGE, vans and trucks for moving. Phone Madison 691. RAZORS Kll UU'I Ni:i> WE sharpen safety rasor blades. All work guaranteed. Vlrges Drug Co. 1124 Pacific ay. SCAVENGERS —i-i-ii-n-ij-.ri.riXi^u-u-u\/T^A^^.-.ruTj-Lrir^_ri_n-n-ru-u-Lr OLIVER HENRY, Tacoma Garbage Co. Main 6406. Contracts made I for cleaning yards, VAults and cess pools. Garbage removed by month. AMERICAN OARBAOE . CO. — Re moving garbage and refuse of all kinds 218 Puy. ay. M. 742. res. 7039. Ml I'll VI I VAPOR IIATIIH MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS Cures rheumatism and kidney dls eases. 769 So. C St. Main 5284. MOXEV TO LOAN BOB'B LOAN OFFICE Wo loan money on watches, cloth- Ing all goods of value. 1307 Com. TO LOAN—WiII lend $1200 3 years at 7 par cent on Improved real estate. Box K-l, Times. ONE hundred and up to loan. Len iiox Investment Co., 20S Equitable. 11l STATE BKCURITY CO » i $ SALARY LOANS $10 to $100 Loans on your personal note at the lowest rales In Tacoma. Weekly or monthly payments. Kebnte given if paid before due. Each transaction strictly confidential. HOURS a a. m. to c P. m. SATURDAY TO 8 P. M. STATE SECURITY CO. $ $ $ 307 CALIFORNIA HI.IKJ. $ $ $ MORTGAGE loan« for any amount. Allyn-1111l Co.. 118 South 12th st. MONEY TO LOAN, plenty of lt?~iow~ est rates, no delay. Uunston- Il.uth Co. OUR OWN MONEY TO LOAN Upon City and Farm Property. Low Charges; no Delay. W. N. DOUR & CO.. INC. 707 Fidelity Uldg. Main 463. SEE me tor money. Geo. Walter Russell. 312 Equitable T.ldg. 1 HAVE Just received several thousand dollars to loan it 7 and 8 per cent. Inquire J. L. Snapp, 1219 Fidelity Bldg. 6. 6 and 7 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 & Co.. Equitable Bid. MORTGAGE LOANS in amounts from $300 up; low rates; no delay. NORTON & CO.. 210-11 Berlin Uldg. SHORT TERM CHATTEL LOANS. 418 CALIFORNIA 11LDQ. MONEY to loan on real estate, any amount from $300 to $25,000. 11. V. Smith, 204 Provident Uldg. LOANS for home building or - to pay off old mortgage. Lowest rates, special privileges to borrow ers—3 to 8 years. Money always on bund —no delay. > H. J. SCHWINN & CO.. Inc. 216-218 Tacoma Bldg. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE and others, upon their own names, cheap rates, easy payments, confi dential. D. 11. Tolman, Room 331 Provident Bldg. ON Imp. real estate. L. N. Hanson & Co., Tacoma Uldg. 11th & A St. CHATTEL AND SALARY LOAN 3 D. 1). DRAKE $5 to $100 Quick loans on furniture, pianos, storage receipts, etc. 1410 Natl. Realty Hldg. PORTERS' SUPPLIES PORTER and Janitors" supplies, brushes, etc. V. K. Johnson. 735 St. Helens ay. ■^ PHYSICIANS DR. WARREN BROWN. General office practice and skin and venereal diseases. 206 Equitable I>K. UOHn. 302 Provident. Main 3778. Chronic diseases, general medicine. • DR. FOREMAN. SURGEON. Cankers Trust Uldg. DR. L. B. ASHTON, PhysT Surg. The Hyson, Hours 2-4, Main 7816. DR. PAUL, PHYS. & SURQ. X-RAY. 1111 -12-13 Fidelity Bldg. ORIENTAL—Dr. K. I to, disease of genlto-urlnary. 1512V4 C. Main 9757 Dr. locum moved Natl. Realty lllilg. Day. Main 600; night. Main 7500. 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. CLINE. 3329 McKlnley ay. Surgery and general practice. Phones: Office Main 254; Res. Main 7389, DR. C. E. CASE, surgeon, gynecolo glst. Office 1114 So. Kit. Res idence 1010 So. 12th St. Phones: Office, Main 6887; res.. Main 693. Da THYNG. SURGEON Surgery and consultation only. 1201-1208 Fidelity Bldg. Main 400. OSTEOPATH PHYSICIANS DR. BTOTENBUR. Office 422 Bank »t*i rt J/ Ust Bld«- Maln » 609- «••• Main 9610. WALL PAPER LARGE new stock of wall paper very latest designs and patterns. Acme quality paints, adapted to the Co* 1142 C at°* ■*" a John 'on * PRINTING. COMMERCIAL BINDERY SfpTO' CO., Inc., 766-768 Commerce st! Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders. Loose leaf devices. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 208 Natl. Realty Bldg. Main 1819. 313 Savage-Scofleld Bldg. M. 6*l. l:ri, HARNESSMAKKR. MANUFACTURER of leather goods, - suit cases, etc. A. F. Hoska, 1307 Pacific ay. • • ," - WINKS AND LIQCOHS UNQEHT LIQUOR CO.. 1115 Pat ay.. wholesale and family trade solicited.. Free delivery. Main 6022. NEW. AND 2ND RANI) GOODS BLACKSMITHS' and plumbers' sup plies, machinery. ■» Coast 2d Hand Hdw. Co., 2136 Com. Main 7312. £''-: FOTTND '•■■■ -^. GOOD news for you at Everybody's studio. Call 1135 C st. . ..--I- TAKE YOUR HELPE& FROM THE FAMILY CIRCLE Every business man and every housewife knows that the best class of help comes from homes and not from mere abiding places. Take your helper from the great Family Circle which is reached by The Times every night. Today Times Want Ads are as much of an evening's reading as the world or store news. A Times Want Ad is a want ad in the home. Phone Main 12. HELP-FEMALE WANTED—Some High school girls , to do some soliciting among their friends. Apply bet. 4 and 6 Peter son's Studio, l»i>3 ',4 Tucoma ay. WANTED—A girl for general housework. Call Proctor 1721. WANTED— for general house work. 811 No. Anderson? Main 3243. WANTED —Housekeeper to take care of two children, mlilillo-agiil lady preferred. Call 40U5 No. 24th st. after 0 p. in. WANTED — (food girl to assist In boarding house work. 5115 High land (IV. WANTED —A girl for general housework at 415 No. Sheridan aye. Family of 3; 6-room cottage. TAII/>HS' and dressmakers' sup plles. Albert E. Bitur Co., 317 11th. CANCERS cured without knife or plsstor: consultation free; Stephen Johnson, school bouse crossing. Fern Hilt. Wetnstone.ladles'sults $10 up 605 »th Situations—Female PRACTICAL nuraa wants position. AiUlrtiis K-3, Tlrnea. • Family Washing 50c Main 2672 Metropolitan Wet Wash Laundry WOItK by day In private families. Mrs. Johnaon, 414 Bast Harrison. TYPEWRITING ana multlgraph work. Main 654. HELP- MALE WANTED—A good boy or girl to work at Sonntag Clear Factory. Call 2937 80. M at. LIVE deal for live agents. Call and Bea agents who are making dollar an hour. Room 12 Arcade Hotel, » to 10 a. m. 7 to 8 p. m. A LADY making good hominy would like live men to sell on commission. Address Box H-l, Times. PRIVATE teacher of shorthand, English, bookkeeping, corpora tion accounting, bunking and com mercial subjects. Address Com. Teacher, care Times. ■ ". ■ ' AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. Special rates for 10 days. 1912 Jefferson ay. Say "I saw It In the Times". UL'SY to UN AND WOMEN "find It convenient to telephone their For Sale and Want Ads to The Times. Main 12. Only one cent a word. Situations— Male EXPERIENCED lumberman wants position as bookkeeper, yard foreman, shipping clerk or tally man in city; not afraid of work. Address K-4, Times. I HUILD up-to-date poultry houses. Main 9027-L. CHAUFFEUR and machinist de- Biles position driving private car or truck few hours each day. Address Chauffeur, Times office, or phone Main 0403. CAKPENTKH—foundations con crete work anU general Jobbing. Main 9027-L. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO MJY—4-foot forest wood. Fern Hill Lbr. Co. Call Madison 135. WANTED to buy, one Angora kit ten. Phone Main IG9. FUBNIBH3D BOOMS ROOMS for rent reasonable. 832 No. Prospect st. 2, 3 and 4-r. suites cheap. Single. Yak. House, 2712; So.. Yak. ay. GOOD sleeps, clean baths, sure calls. The Henry George, 104 12th. FURNISHED rooms modern, walking distance. Irving hotel, 553 So. C St. HOTEL MODERN—Nicely furnished corner rooms; single, $1.25 up; lißkpg., $2.00 i.a 1904 D St. and 1945 So. E. Private baths. Free lndy. FURNISHED rooms, II week up. 1644 80. D st. *_ ROOMS AND BOARD GOOD place to stay; room and board. 1125 So. D. Main 3054. BAY "I saw It In the Times." ROOM:: with or without board. Mrs. Crow. 415 So E. Main 6194. RENT MISCELLANEOUS 10-ACRE tract for rent, 2 acres cleared, rest used for pasture, good 7-room house. Main 7872 R-B. LOST ' LOST— watch No. 12593022, on old Puyallup line, Saturday aft ernoon. Reward. Notify W. It. Herr, Puyallup. " . LOST— neck chain enclosed In Hart's Jewelry- store envelope. Finder call Main 9226. : For Bent— Apartments NICELY furnished 2 and 3-room apartments, vacant, waiting for desirable occupants. complete homes. 324 No. Q. Main 8761. RENT--FLATS FOR RENT—Furnished flat with use of piano. Call 11 12% So. Sheridan ay. Phone Main 6329. ■ FOR RENT—Flats, good condition, close In. 4-room modern, $15.50; «-room modern, »15: 2 4-room, gas, light, water, $8. t Call at 1716 Ta coma ay. ,» . . . FURNISHED HOUSES MODERN v* 4-room s. house, partly S furnished, bath and • everything first class. - 113 No. I. r Main - 6440. THE TAffQMA TIMES. FOR SALE i MISCELLANEOUS • *" READ THESE" AD3 . CAREFULLY. AUCTION SALE TUESDAY, NOV. 12TH, 10:30 A. M. 102 SO. 12TH STREET FINE FURNITURE On above date, we will offer two consignments of good furniture consisting in part as follows: Cau caslon walnut dresser and chiffon ier, wicker and reed chairs and round center table, very fine com bination davenport and bed with tapestry upholstering, tufted couch, white maple and oak dressers, new iron beds, springs and mattress. library table, morris chair, velvet, Ingrain and rug rugs and carpets, dining tables and chairs, rockers, range, heater, cooking utensils, dishes and linoleum. j ■■ . MM. FITZ-HENRY CO. AUCTIONEERS. BROKE TWO work horsej and wagon for sale at 726% So. K. .Call aft. 5 p*. m. ■ * - FOR —One 72x16 tubular boil er, tested ISO pounds cold water pressure. Columbia Hox and Ve nter Co., Puyallup, Wn. FOR SALE or trade, for young cnt tle or yearling heifers, driving mare, 4 years old,' well broke, bus t?y and harness, at a bargain if taken at once. W. E. Snyder, Sum mit, old Puyallup car, 2 blocks south of station. GOOD sideboard for sale cheap. Call at 2108 So. Sheridan. BUY NOW IN GIG HARBOR be fore the Olympic railroad Is built. FOR SALE— fine lots, N. B. fcon No. 16th and Washington! ■'tots., A-l title. Look them ever; best of fer takes them: cash or terms to suit. Address O. F. Messer, M. D., owner, 122 East Heron St., Aber deen, Wn. DINING tablo and sanitary couch and kitchen queen for sale cheup. Phone Madison 233. FOR SALE —Thoroughbred Ansora kitten. Call at 21120 No. llth. • A CLEAN-UP One 5x7 new Improved Seneca View camera, complete; 6 plate holders worth $26; one 6^4xß'^ tele* photo C poeo A, complete, , with lense, worth $52; one Eastman 4 A with carrying case, worth $3S;'dne Miniature view camera worth $:!.">: and $25 miscellaneous, consisting of calls trays, trimmer, cutout, One Detroit Jewel gag range, some furniture; all for $60, If tak en before the 10th. Call 908V4 Ta coma ay.,-: room 22, after 6 p. m. Plione Main 4574. CLEAN-UP sale of box top sewing machines, all guaranteed; $5.00 bays, a good one. 319 llth St. Main 5763. FOR SALE, — horse, wagon and harness cheap, in first-class con dition. Call Main 868. 523 So. 9th. IF YOU have a fat or fresh cow to sell, call Boston Market, 23.'.' Pacific ay. Main 449. A FULL line of heating stoves; git our prices. Overland Furniture Co., 1131-33 Tacoma ay. Main 8727. SIIUETT—Finest line or 2nd hand goods on market. 1343 Com. St. YOUNG JOHNSON LUMBER CO., Kapowsln, Wn. FOR SALE—lndian motorcycle, 3 h. p., fj-ee engine clutch, new tires, engine In good condition. Price $05. Address 3814 East Spo kane. Phone Main 7906. TURKEYSHOOTING—TURKEY At Hall's Shouting Gallery, 1538 Pacific ay. FOR SALE—Pair of young sound mares, harness, light farm wagon. Sell separately. 261!) So. E St. TWO young cows Holsteln and Jersey. One will be fresh Nov. 21. Call 3509 So. K. AUTOMOBILE for sale; Franklin. 1910, 4 seats, 18 h. p. See, then make offer. Might take small cot tage, or vacant Tots and some cash. In fine shape; almost good as new; cost me $2000. 'Owner, 207 Equita ble. LARGEST and best selection 2nd hand stoves, ranges and heaters. Second-hand goods bought. Morran, 2422 Pacific. Main 2327. THE EVERGREEN NURSERY 80. 12th and Stevens Nothing better on the coast than we can give you In fruit trees, or namental, roses, etc. No risk. We guarantee stock. Proctor 1615. FOR SALE—Buggy and horse, 10 . years, sound and gentle, $60. V. 11l take bees as part pay. E. Tay lor. No. 22nd and Huson. SPLENDID bargains In second hand adding machines In all the. standard makes. H. D. Baker, 502 Savago-Scofleld Bliig. Phone Main 962. ; WE buy* and sell everything. $5 gas stoves a specialty. 1317 Com merce. Phone Main 9892. I'l ALT HEIDELBERG BEER Columbia Brewing Co. Order' a case. Main 228. 1%: WANTED to buy household goods. Wm. Fltz-Henry Co., 10? So. 12th. Tel. Main 8736. - ■ . MARSHALL wants your , second hand goods. 11411 C at. Main f.615. ----- ■ SOME one wants what you want'to sell. Get In touch with them through The Times "Want Ad" col umns. • . -mf~- FINIS Chinese teas and silk : wcs'i: - earn Hlng Co.. 1864 80. D. -./'it/- Mitchell Nursery, Larchmont.* Fruit, shade and nut trees, berries, roses, bulbs, hedge plants, peren nlals. etc. Main 7871 R-t. -•-—*" FOR SALEIa head ■ working horses, weight 1000-1600; 10 set double set harness. I 1148 Pac. a». PERSONAL CHARLEY KENNEY—If in Tacoma your brother Stephen 0., would like you to call 'at * Commercial Hotel, Commerce St. '- .■ -j--^--.* WANTEDOtto or Edward Miller, from Cincinnati, Ohio, to call at the Hotel Stothart, 767 C st. Your Father. t ■ -...■■■ ■ .:.,-, ,;■ .'jr. ■ BWEDISH rancher wishes <to , meet Swedish woman, not over 36 year? old. Object r matrimony. - Address F-3, Times. • i>»-i . . ■:- ■ ■ ■ . .■-• - -.' ■ .'■■■- .■■ -1 Wanted — Miscellaneous WANT a centrally located rooming house, furnished or unfurnished. Write stating prlco, terms, rent, etc., giving location. Address Box J-l. Times. WANTED couple of small chil dren to board, reasonable, good home. Address 1-4, Times. WANTED—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping', easy walking dlstunce from 25th and Pacific. Ad dress Box D-7. Times. WANTED TO BORROW $2,000 at 8 per gent for three years or less on close in country prop erty, worth (6000. 1-1, Times. OBTAIN 7 and 8 per cent by lend ing on mortgages. Lennox In vestment Co., 201! Equitable. WILL pay 9 per cent for 2% years on acreage worth $5000. Address Box X-12. Times. HOUSEKEEPG. ROOMS CLEAN furnished housekeeping rooms, 12.50 per suite; one room, $1.50. 737 So. Tacoma ay. ' COZY housekeeping suites In pri vate house, bath, gas, light and phone. Main 3^SB. 714 80. C. TWO furnished hskpg. rooms on ■round floor; sink in " kitchen. 10 "i No. Tacoma ay., opposite Annie Wright seminary, S a month. THREE nicely furnished house keeping rooms, ground floor, at 612 11th st. Inquire at 1101% So. O. THREE modern housekeeping rooms, $10.50 per month. 815 So. Hskpg. & single rim. 740 So. E St.. WELL furnished housekeeping and singlo rooms, steam heat, modern conveniences; reasonable rates. itO'i So. C and 9th sis. THE ANTLERSFurnished hskpg. mil,; modern; central; 1116H C POULTRY AND EGGS MAMMOTH White Pekin ducks. Main 88D2-L. PULLETS for sale from Hue up. Star Kerry & Poultry Farm, No. 13th and Alder st. < Proctor 1622. 100 White Leghorn pullets for sale at a bargain in lots to suit buyer. H. F. llau, P. O. Box 70, H. B. t). No. 3, Tacoma.' Phone Main 7889 »-l. . «■ *■ ~, FOR SALE— FuII blooded Plymouth Hock cockerel, 6 months old. Will weigh from 5 to 7 lbs each, from $1.50 to $2 each. E. P. Raymond, Route 1, Chehalls, Wn. TO kill mites use 1 part Electric Insect powder to 2 parts wa»m water, and paint or spray on roosts Crown Drug Co. and grocers, or phone Main 8319. ANCONA pullets, $1 each. Proctor 367. 4309 North 31st St. 300 chickens, 10 varieties all thor oughbred, for sale cheap. Main Midi- i a SPECIAL NOTICES PHONE Main 2845 and we will call Pantorlum. 835 Commerce st RENT-HOUSES COTTAGE, 4-r. and bath, 1317 East 2Sth. west of Portland ay. car, $10. Fine 5-r. bungalow aj^ bath 2 lots, 6703 So. Yakima, $15. Len nox, 206 Equitable Bldg. SMALL cottage to rent, 3614 No. 9tli, $6 per month; good chicken none, garden. Phone 8976-1* Ad ply 832 No. Stcele. 4-HOOM cottage, porcelain plumb- Ing, electric lights and gas. See owner at 604 So. I. FOR KENT—6-rooms modern, 5015 So. Pino st, $12.50 per month. Orvlile Billings, 1109 A st. FOR RENT— house, mod ern and Just like new. Will rent to responsible party for only $18 month. Near car. No. 4th and L; walking distance. ' Phone Ewlng's Hardware, Main 7750. 1111 So. C. FOR RENT—S-room modern cot tage at 2322 So. G St.; also 4 room flat with gas range at 2302 So. G st., only $6. Inquire 2317 So. i akima ay. EAST End house, all new, modern bungalows, 3, 4, 5 and 7'rooms. Main 2028. Ed Donahue. . RENT a house and we wilt furnish It for you for cash or easy pay ments. Tao. Furniture Co.. 811-1J C. LEGAL NOTICES .\otlce of Settlement of Final Ac count and of Application for Decree of Distribution. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Pierce County. In the Matter of the Estate of • Seymour Sheanagan, Deceased. . Notice Is hereby given that Mil ton Giles, administrator of the es tate of Seymour Slieanagan, do ceased, has rendered and presented for settlement and filed in the Su perior Court of Pierce County, Washington, his final account aa such administrator, and in said account has \ asked that the court shall order and decree a distribu tion to the persons entitled there to, of the balance of the funds be longing to said estate, remaining In his hands as such administrator, and that Saturday, tile .mh'day of December, 1912, at eleven o'clock A. M., In the court room" of the Bald Superior Court, In Department No. One, In the city of Tacoma, In "said Pierce County, Washington, has been duly appointed .by the said Superior £ourt for the settle ment of sald^inal atfcoujit. and hearing of said application" for a decree of distribution, --.. at which time and place any person Interest ed In said estate - may appear and file his objection, In writing, to said final account and contest the same, and may appear and be heard upon said application for a decree of distribution herein. - Witness the Hon. Superior Court of Pierce County, Washington, and the seal of said court affixed this 9th day of November, A. D. 1911 ■-■'■ . " <■■■ EL F.McKENZIE. County Clerk and Clerk of the Su perior Court. By M. EL McNEABTHNBY, Deputy. FATHER GOES AFTER A "MASHER" ANNOUNCEMENTS EVERYBODY Is doing it—what— signs. Johnson will do It for less. Main 1349. 115 So. 14th st. MORTGAGE LOANS IDLE FUNDS to loan, $500 up to $10,000. Lennov Investment Co., 206 Equitable Bldg. BUSINESS CHANCES WANTEDGood business man to pay second govt. fees and all oth er expenses on a good patent now granted. Recommended O. K. by good machinists. Will- sign over 4!) per cent. Box K-2, Times. FOR SAlJC—Laundry. Must sell as the owner has to leave city: $140 trade per week. Price |1200. Ad dress Box C-l, Times. FOR SALE—Cigar stand, doing good business; cheap; party leav ing town. 1121 Pacific ay. FOR SALE— double front bus iness building, _■ stories and basement on 100 ft. frontage ami water front, on main business street at head of bay. Look it over, the best offer takes it, cash or terms. See Geo. V. Keeney, head of bay, Gig Harbor, Wn. $200 will handle rooming house in good condition, good Income.- See me for rooming houses; some to trade. Mrs. Trambley. 108 So. 9th st EXCHANGE WILL exchange a fine Detroit electric car, as good as new, for good rcp.dnter or a 5-passenger car. Address Box F-2, Times. BUNGALOW to swap for lots. Len nox Inv. Co., 206 Equitable. FOR Fuyalluu Valiey lands. see Harry V. Smith 204 Provident bids. REAL ESTATE yon SAMS B-room house, li lots, barn and shod, fruit and berries. Owner, 4125 So. J. Tel. Madison 400. FOR TRADE 7-room house, close In, paved street, for lots. West End, or small house. Call 942 Commerce. Main 8857-J. New 6-room bungalow In West End, best of plumbing and fixtures, cement basement, $800 cash, balance in monthly payments, 6 per cent In terest. Box D-3, Times. For sale, completely furnished modern* 6-room bungalow, nice lawn and fruit trees. Phone Proctor 1907 at 7:30 p. m. Snap. 2 fine corner lots 50x142, 7-room house, shop; grading done: half cash, 3636 East (i and 37th. GARDEN and poultry one-acre inrcts near Larchmont, on Puyal lup car, $500; $10 down, $10 month ly. Lots in exchange. Lennox In vestment Co., 206 Equitable. Wanted to sell 2 or 4 lots be tween So. 43d and 45th, front on A St., 103 feet, length 163, $150 apiece. Small cash payments. 3718 So. M. South Side lots near Mann school with sewer, etc., to swap for cot tage on .West or North Side. Len nox Inv. Co., 206 Equitable. RANCH TO RENT 6-ocre berry ranch to rent, walk- Ing distance from city; 4-room house, barn, chicken house, fruit house, good well, valley soil and of the best. A snap for a good renter. Can keep 4 or 5 cows. J. W. Hoops & Sons 224 Natl. Realty Bldg. EASTSIDE BUNGALOW; 5-r., 2 lots on corner; walking distance factories; $1,600, $100 down, $20 monthly. Also, southslde modern bungalow with 2 nice lots in fruit; 5-r, near 56th; $2250, $160 cash, $20 monthly. One lovely 6-r., northslde house with sleeping porch, best plumbing; basement; lot 33x120: on Point car, near Proctor; $2250, $200 down, $25 monthly. Three lots on South L, with sewer etc., all paid, $333 each, on payments if desired. Also a fine corner on North Wash ington, 60x120, $600. Two lots on west 12th, near Franklin school; asphalt paving and sewer paid, $500 each; will build house If desired, or a small store. I This Institution will sell on easy-rent payments; I will build any kind of a house or store; It also' takes other realty in ex change; It always keeps money on hand to loan at 6 to 8 per cent., and buys and sells mortgages and land contracts; It owns the property it deals In. Call and see lists and plans. ■ - ....._ _ . _ . . LENNOX INVESTMENT COMPANY 206 Equitable Building. FOR —One 8-room house and 3 lots, most beautiful scenery on sound, plenty of fruit trees, plants and chicken houses, a bargain Best offer cash or terms takes It. See Mr. Geo. F. Keeney, Gig Harbor. PUYALLUP Valley A Yaklma fruit lands, planted and bearing some. Bargains on terms. We loan money build homes, write fire insurance. Judges & Hill, 214 Bankers Trust. Today's News On the Wire PORTLAND, Ore. —Pat Fer guson stole little Lulu Smith's pony and hung a German Bible, a silver spoon and a purple and white ribbon on the stable door to compensate the chiT?4. He was arrested, the pony re-taken and, now Ferguson wants the spoon, Bible and ribbon back. GIRARD, Kans., Nov. 11.— "The struggle under the compe titive system is not worth while. Let it pass." This note was found here to- REAL ESTATE"" We have |IR,OOO to loan on first mortgages on Improved city property in loans of $1000 or more with interest at 7 per cent. Or if yon have un improved property and want to build a home, we can let you have the mun ey at leBS than G pur cent with small monthly pay ments. NEW JERRKT MORT GAGE LOAN CO. 11l So. 10th St. 16 ACRES $480 Fine soil, only a short distance from town, on county roail. May to clear, one crop will more thun pay for It; $100 cash, balance on easy terms. CHAS. M. DAVIS 408-9 Natl. Realty Bldg. FOII SALE—Ten acres ln~aTf a large 7-room house, good spring water piped to the house a small orchard, 2 barns and chicken houses; close to state roml and countyj. Rood level land and all under cultivation; 6 minutes' walk from thu station. 1401 So. G St. "GOOD BUYsTN~GIcTIIAnBOR. Get in on the ground floor." 40 ACRES 8 miles north of Shelton, part bottom land. What have you to trude for it. H. W. Myers 428 Perkins 'Bids. BUSINESS CHANGES Restaurant on Tacoma ay. will trade for lots or sell cheap for cash. Grocery Btore about $1200, will trade for residence. Drug: Btore, P. 0., corner, will trude for part residence and part cash. $3600. Tacoma Keal Estate Agency 304 Beruicc Bldg. North End Cottage Sale cheap, 3-room completely furnished cottage, has gas and lights and water; 2 fine lots, In lawn and berries; some fruit trees chicken-houses and runs; good lit tle home; famous North Springs water. Price Is $1,100, part cash and $10per month. See O. N. Johns about this. 317 California Bldg. Mil. INDUSTKIOUS MAN What about those wonderful cel ery, garden tracts, 72x310 ft., best garden land In the state? $500, easy payments suit; ready for the plow. T. W. ASPINALL, CO4-7 Nat'l Realty Hldg. Main 873. Evening Phone 467 C. For sale, a farm of 45 acres, near good town; will take good house and lot as part payment. Inquire Sl2 So. 86th St. FARM FOR TRADE A dandy stock farm, 160 acres, 20 miles from Tacoma, 2 county roadß, close to school and railroad, 5-room house, barn, a creek that never runs dry. Real farm of SO acres, Improved 10 cows, 10 hogs, team of horses, all implements; 25 miles from Taco ma. Two new 5-room bungalows for acreage. A fine bungalow close to school and car line, $25 down, $15 a month R. RINNE ReaT Estate Co. So. 11th and K. $50 Down, $50 Per Year 20 Acres, $300 About 8 acres bottom land 18 bearing fruit trees, small clearing fine large creek, 15 acres hilly land good for pasture, good location % mile from good town, not far from Tacoma. No chance to get more for your money. J. M. CURTIS Sl4 Bankers Trust Bldg. Monday, Nov. 11,1912. day in the home of Juitus Way land, owner of "The Appeal to Reason," a socialist publication, who enfled his life here yester day by firing a revolver into his mouth. The note was in Wayland'a handwriting. WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 11. —President-Kleet Wood row Wil son is ex|H>cted to appoint Charles Crane ambassador to England, and Rudolph Spreckels of San Francisco to France or (Iciinany, according to report here today. SALKM, .Mass., Nov. 11.— Sworn testimony that he saw Arturo Caruso, co-defendant with Jompn Kttor and Arturo Oiovmnnlttl, on trial hoiv for the murder at Lawrence of Anna Loptno, a textile striker, stub a policeman just before the WOBMM was killed, was given at to lay's session by Howard KuiKula of Cleveland, Ohio. liiini after the itabblng Kanada said he saw several flashes come from the direction where Caruso was standing. The defense had al leged that Caruso was BOOM eat ing Hipper when the Louiuo woman was killed. NEW YORK. >:ov. 11. When the trial of M/ four gaonwa charged with the actual slaving of Gamliler Herman Rotenthal was resumed here today, t0V«B jurors were needed to ('ll tho box. Lawyers representii■•» re form Police Lieutenant Charles F. Becker, recently OOKvictod of first degree murder for having instigated the slaying of Rosen thal, were present. The trial, It is believed, will consume at least * a week. ROCHESTER, N. V., Nov. 11. —With every state in the Union represented, the annual conven tion of the American Federation of Labor was called to order here today by President Samuel Gompers. This morning's ses sion was devoted to formal ad dresses of welcome and re sponses. The reports of President Gom pers, Secretary Frank Morrison nnd other officers will be road to the convention this afternoon. M'MANIGAL ON THE STAND (By United Press Leased Wire.) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 11. —With Ortie E. McManigai on the stand, the dynamite conspi racy trial was resumed here to day before a packed courtroom, two-thirds of the spectators be ing women. McManigai began with a de scription of the Mount Vernon, 111., Job. He said that in April, 1910, John J. McNamara gava him in Chicago eight quarts of nltroglycerin and an alarm clocK devise. Then he went to St. Louis, and later to Mount Ver non under the name of Will Clark. On April 19 he destroyed the power plant which the Mc- Clintic-Marshall Construction company was building. The nitroglycerln was carried in a suitcase, McManigai testi fied, which he kept with him in the smoking cars, of the trains on which he rode from Chicago to Mount Vernon. "BIG TIM" 11/Ij. (By United l*ress Leased Wire.) YONKERS, N. V., Nov. 11.—. Suffering from a nervous breax town, "Big Tim" Sullivan, con gressman-elect from New York city, la today confined in a san itarium here. Sullivan has been 111 for several months and hta condition is considered critical. Russel O. Wendt and Nelm}* Oaw Adams, both of Tacoma. Samuel Phillips and Eva Bagler. both of Seattle.