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Friday, Sept. 24,1915.
BIG BARGAINS IN LITTLE JTIMES WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES t cent a word each insertion —3 times for the price of 2. 1 month, per line per month $1.00 5 months, per line per month M 6 mouths, per line per month ' 90 12 months, per line per month si Swap ads, 15 words, 3 times, 15c. No advertisement taken for less than 15 cents. PHONE MAIN 12 THE TIMES IS TACOMA* _^-&&&*«ir^ WH RKCKIVH ADS BT ONLY IMIKI-KNUB\T l^&irO-jrjJO PHONE. OUR NUMBER BIIVSI'APKB IS MAIM 1$ feUSIN ESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ABSTRACTS OF TITLB ESTABLISHED 188$ COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST Co., The Competent Tel. Haln 101. 10* So. 10th st TACOMA TITLE CO—Oround floor Fidelity Bldg. Mnln 2194. ATTORNKVB r. W ORI.ENMAN, lawyer, 705-6 Fidelity Bldg. Tel Main 121-. AMBULANCES .AUTOMOIULE ambulance. Only one In city. Main 4s. AUTOMOBILE ambulances. Flrat class service day or night Pa cific Tiansfer Co. Mnln 54. ' BARBER COLLEGE FOR men and women, wages while learning. Molar Barber School, 1187 Pacific av_, CARPET CLEANING H. 1,, HOUCK—Carpet beating, re fitting and laying: feather reno vating and upholstering. 2811 6tii ay. Main 121. DRATAGE Commercial Truck 9 Storage Co.— Furniture moved, packed and stored. Team and auto vana. Fire froof warehouse Pest corps o( rained men in city. Main TO*. DETECTIVE AGENCY NORTHWEST DETECTIVE AOCY Moved to Butte 117 Provident Jldg. Eat. 1881. Main 1417. SAKE DEPOSIT VAULTS 'FIDELITY TRUST Ci.'S SAKE DE POSIT VAULTS. Ground floor. DENTISTS DR. JOHNSON Harvard Dental Parlors, 111SH Pacific ay.. ovsr Crown Drug Store. Main 110$. DR. H. V. ROBERTS.-BoTl NatL Realty Bldg. Open evenings and Sunday. Main lllY OPTOMETRISTS & OPTICIANS a* 9 V BYEST TESTED | I GLASSES FITTED V"V|/-V CASWELL OPTICAL GO. V^vJ* 741 8t Helens ay. HAT, GRAIN, FURL PETERSON BROS., 1001 So. X st Main 181. PRINTING COMMERCIAL BINDERY A PTO. CO., Inc., 750-758 Commerce at. Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders, Loose Leaf Devices. WINDOW CLEANING Have Your Windows Cleaned Star Window Cleaning Co., Main 1»39. ~scavengers" TACOMA GARBAGE CO.. Oliver Henry. Mgr. 111$ Ast Main $401 AMERICAN GARBAGE CO.—Re moving garbage and refuse of ell kinds. -f> Puy. ay. M. 741. Res./111. SHOE REPAIRING #WWVI^AWMW^MWMWAAMMIVVWIMI| Werner A Hoe., Goodyear Quick Shoe Repair Co.. 11l Commeroa. RAZORS SHARPENED . WE sharpen safety rasor blades. All work guaranteed. Vlrgea Drug Co.. 1124 Paclflo ay. UNDERTAKERS HOSKA-BUCKLEY-KING CO.—Pro fessional Funeral Directors. 710 --$1 Bt. Helens. Phone Main 411. CASSEDY. ALLEN 9 McDONNELL CO.—Funeral directors. 1110 So. llth. Main 1111. ___ •O. TACOMA FUNERAL PARLORS. (421 I'nl.n ay. Main 1011. Geo. W. Piper. PATENT ATTORNEYS Elliott, 11$ Bkrs. Trust Patents, Trade Marks. Drawings. Main 1770. PAINTING A PAPERHANGING PAINTING, psperhanglng, tinting, decorating, etc C. N. Kongsbaek, I*ll 8a Yakima. Main 1111. FRANK * HANSSON, 711 St fief ans ay. Phone Main 114$. EXCHANGE A REAL BARGAIN -Good as new 2-mlnute Edison talking machine with 18 records. $8. Entrance Pub-. He Market. HOUSEK'P'Q ROOMS NEATLY furnished 2-room modern apts.. ground floor, $8 per month. Apply forenoon, 819 So. 25th, TO ADI'LTB, sunny tower corner of 3 rooms. No. Bth and I. Main 2552. A nice front 2-room suite for housekeeping. $4 per week. 884 Vi Broadway. FOUR clean and nicely furnished housekeeping rooms, also 1 and 2 rooms, walking distance. 809 So. 1 aklma. i^WLY "Turnlshed hskpg. and sln gle rooms, close In, $2 up. 708 Vi Par-fie ay.. F.su Claire Apts. PERSONAL A young man would like to make the acquaintance of a young lady 23 t.) 30 veers of age. The object, matrimony, Box V-2. T mes. OENTUCMAN. 4$ years old. with some menns, woulil like to make the rii|iinlntanrp of lady about same nxe who also has some mean*. Object matrimony. Bon T-2, Times. MO.NKY TO IyOAN OUR OWN MONEY FOR CITY AND FARM LOANS W. N. DOUB * CO.. INC. 201-2 California Bid*. Main 111 l MON EY _TO _LOAN~ Quick service—any immuit FIDELITY RENT A COLL. CO.. Savage-Scodeld Bid*. $04 "A" st MORTaAOE~LOANS. $300 up. Low est rates, minimum expense. Coye * Opgcnorth, 312-14 Fidelity Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN—SSOO to $20<kT Quick action. Jno. B. Lomasney, 40.1-4 California Bldg. Main 3669. PRIVATE money to loan, $$$' to Ilium no commission. Payments to suit. Call (11$ So. Fife. Felix Dubois. , $5000 to loan at 7 and 9 per cent. Other money at 6 per cent In quire of J. L. Snapp, 1221 Fidelity Bldg. Main 4994. 6 AND 7 PER CENT~ i On Improve! real aetata or for building. Money advanced aa build ing progresses. L R. Manning 9 Co.. Equitable Bid. MONEY loaned on Improved prop erty, 7 per cent. March-McCaiid less Co., 117 80. llth at- Berlin Bid MR. BORROWER! Get your money through the PEOPLE'S SALE 9 EXCHANGE. SMALL fixed ch.lge to US. a 810 SAVING to TOU. It J California Bldg. LOANS on.real estate $$00 up; alio abort term chattel loans. 411 California Bldg. MORTGAGE LOANgTAiuounts from $200 up; city or farm; lowest rates. NORTON _ CO.. 210 Berlin. LOANS for home building or to fiay off old mortgages. Lowest es, apaclal privileges to borrow ers—s to $ years. Money always on hand—no delay. H. 3. SCHWINN A CO.. Inc. 210-19 Tacoma Bldg. PHYSICIANS l3h. WARREN BROWN Diseases of Women and Genito urinary and Skin Dlaeaaea. General Office Practice^ 1101 Commerce at DR. PETERSEN-DANaT$2$ Berlin HI'S- (Scandinavian Am. Bank). Office. Main 8371; Res. Main IT7. DR. FOREMAN, SURGEON Banke™ Trust Bldg. DR TOCUMii Nat Realty Bldg. Day, Main BOO; night. Proo. 17(1 THOS. J. PIERSOL, M. D, gen. prac ttc* and diseases of the genito urinary system. 1010 Natl. Realty I Bld$». Main 1898. | SITUATIONS—FKMAI.K. WIDOW lady wants any kind of work. Write Box 259, Tacoma, oi phone Main 2748. Room .; I WOMAN would like work by day or hour. Phone Main 2978. WANTED—Nursing by experienced nurse, with good references, and do housework; wages $10 to $12 per week. Madison 134-J. A woman with a child wishes housekeeping or day's work. Room 1, Main 1292. A married lady wants position as chambermaid or as a helper tn a tailor Shop. Q-fi. Tillies. HELP—FEMALE WANTED—GirI for light house work, German or Scandinavian preferred. Call between 9 and 12. 920 So. Bth. WANTED—Young girl to assist with light housework and care of two children In exchange for good home and some wages. Phone Proctor 2251. Crossed Eyes flj______ Eyes V.xn into, il Straightened JH ■classes Fitted ' DR. FINK 6H_ 608-9 National Realty Bldg. PRINTING -WV^Ws_'«»«~^'s^»w-^M Bear In Mind That the BEEDLE PRINTING PO. 221-2 Natl Realty Bldg. are - Cut Rate Printers Complete Office Equip ment for $6.30 Consisting of 1,000 letter heads, 1,000 envelopes and 1,000 cards. Paper a fair quality bond, unruled; cards. No. 88, .ply, envelopes good quality 6%. Phone Main 2098 WANTED—MISCKLANEOUS WOULD like good home In the country for three boys, ages 14, i 11 and 7. Write Box 259. Tacoma, | or phone Main 2748, room SI ; LOST LOST—A Japanese hamper basket Sept. 13. between Spanaway and Milton, on Pacific Highway. Re ward. Telephone Madison 114 R-S. I«OST~ A green canoe Ifi ft . with , oars. Reward. Tel. Mnln 58. , LOST—Brown cocker spaniel, white spot between the fore legs; answers to name of Gowdy. Reward for return. Tel, Mad 740. IA Married Man's Troubles-and Joys Z T £. * Let us not ahvavs Jt__f%\ * lug ad with the big TV»T*[Jy f^ news of the I Sf p B Tn the "Want" »tA____________/_A^:i'i. '<" __\ <'f>luinns in small ' Z^Xlsa^ b\W& space is often found f /Fa \^V *~ WCeV , ' » vV* V*< V husmess news ot V*^ V'"'/.'., C^ f? tlie most intense in %____\_l&±. Here is where the iiiedium-sized store often expresses its ,„ Q s interesting reasons why you should trade with that store. Here, in fact, is where the small store grows to big business. SWAPS CHALMERS l-passenaer, value $i)so. easy terms; real estate or live stock and farmliiK tools. Phone Red 175, Puyallup. BEI-UIAN hare rabbits for a .22 rifle. Madison 1351. I have a good work team, weighing about 3000 lbs. Will trade for cattle or liqki Address M-3 Times. RENT—HOUSES 4-ROOM cottage for rent, $7 per month, water paid: Unlit and gas. 3601 So. Monroe. Take Traction car to 35th, walk 3 blocks west. MODERN 5-room house, nicely fur nished; garage If wanted. Main 2QB«. 6-ROOM modern house and hen | nery, all In fine condition, only Isl2 per month. Cor. So. 41st and Asotin. Inquire 1332 Pacific ay. Five acreß, new 5-room bunf?a low. half mile east of Pacific ay., south of Fern Hill; $10 per month. Apply H. V, Railsback, 507 Bernlce Bldg, Main 3458, Wanted Responsible tenant for desirable residence, $35 per month, Including caro of lawn, telephone. Proctor 1006. AUTO DELIVERY CO. TEAM and auto trucks. Local and long distance moving. Main 1402. Night service. 721 Commerce. MOVING" Long or short distance. City Trans fer A Storage Co. Main 4(1. Tacoma-Seattle Moving WE can save you money McLean the contract mover Main 1850. FURNISHED ROOMS LARGE furnished room for one or two gentlemen, very cheap, walk ing distance. (04 So. Tacoma ay. TWO rooms, light and bath, n-,i«im able; cIQSS in. Call Mnln 41J17. BUSINESS CHANCEB A small private rooming house, well furnished, good business, E st., near llth. Main 7768. ROOMS AND BOARD FIRST-CLASS room and board.-vrl vate family, easy walking dts tance. 715 So. I. Main 5385. ROOM and board In private family, reaaonable. 1011 So. I. Main 9171. ROOM and. tmiii'it, reaaonable. 411 So. 4th st. Main 6194. SITUATIONS — MALE mmdmm&aas e^eimam mrsiemimt&&mmaeiem&msemm MAN wanta any kind of work, good reference. Main 7682. TEN years' experience aa elevator man, want a steady position. 1125 H Broadway, City, Alllngton Hotel. Hugh M. Drane. MUSICAL INST. REPAIRING emm&mm&am&m^e^me&m&siem^mmsamsdmami T. R. BARKS, musicians' supply and repair shop. Room 117 Prov tdent Bldg WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUT—Ford runabout, $10 down, balance $10 per month, or will trade gasoline pump aa first payment. R-l, Times. WANTED—Some chickens, Anrona Sullets preferred. Call Madison 6. WANTED TO BUT — 1 lots near llth and Yakima: must be a bar gain. Box Q-4, Times. i . I want a 4 or 5-room house Within walking distance of Lincoln high, terma wanted. Must be a good buy. Rox Q-5, Times. WANTED to buy. good secondhand furniture. Purkey Bros., 1116-11 Broadway. Main $041. WANTED—Second-hand furniture, stoves. J. a Jurkey. lilt C. M«U •111. THE TACOMA TOKEN. HELP-MALE BB9mmBBkBBM 9m 9)B9o9o)o9oammt9imß9otßt9mmVß9rßß99 SINGER HEWING MACHINE CO., 7 Hi St. Helens ay., wants two live solicitors aiui salesman. Pennant ent employment ami good proposi tion to right parties, EXPERIENCED newspaper solicitor for cltv work. Apply to Mr. Bmlth, The Tacoma Times, LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES want ed tn every town and on every K. F. I> route in Southwestern Wash ington, to take care of our sub scriptions. Experience not neces sary. All or part of time. Writs * or see R. O. Smith, care The Times, Tacoma. Wn. WANTED—4 live boys can make 11 a day. Call 11 o'clock. Times of flee. Ask for ______*_ _ ATTENTION—Men, rree coffea and cake with rooms, 15c, 20c and 25c, The Henry Oeorge, 104 So. 12tb st New management. RENT—FLATS NICELY furnished or unfurnished 3-r. flats, lights, gas, sink; walk ; ing distance. Rent 16 to $10. Call 1002 80. M or Main 3055. ' FOR RENT—Pleasant, clean, cor ner, UQfurnlshed flat, newly pa pered, 4 rooms, bath, gas range In . kitchen. 902 ft So. 15th St. Phone ! Main 3395. ANNOUNCEMENT B. *i*a*M*s*n»n* W\ ■■ i m\B9 *WV**^*V_^j- L i- l j- > j-i_i-i_ri j-yi_p_i»-. CHILDREN boarded for 13.00 per .■.J!_ c-,t: mother's care; large yard. 1719 So. B. FURNISHED HOUSES. 5-ROOM house, $15. North 36th near Orchard st. Telephone Main 2161. FOR RENT—WeII furnished, oon venlent flat, light, phone, bath free, moderate rent, Walking dis tance. Phone Main 9591. BUNGALOW, almost new, compieTe^ ly furnished with new mission stylo furniture. Oas plate and wood or coal range. Cement base ment with stationary wash tubs; 12 mm. car ride or IS minutes' walk from llth and Pacific. Will rent to desirable tenant for $25 per month. Phone Main 12 after t d m. FOR HENT—3 and 4-room furnlsh ed, modern houses, near car line Call at 4308 Ho. J st. 6-ROOM furnished house, close by Lincoln high school. Call Madi son 753. I REAL ESTATE $125 CASH, $10 MONTH Buys up-to-date 6-room bunga low, 2 lots all In lawn, close* by car line. Call Madison 761. choice 16t¥525!00" Think of It. people, level lots In the fastest growing Industrial dl«* triot In Tacoma for the paltry sum of $25 and on easy terma; fine lo cation. Kenilworth Park Sc. *Bth and Union Ave.—6c Fare MASON BROS. Main 4044. 111 So. 10th St. HAVE GOT TO SELL; ti-room furnished house and I lots, all for $950, $160 cash. $100 a year. Call Madison 751. FO-TTsALE | House, 4 acres, barn, -chicken houses and outbuildings, creek through place: 3 blocks from end of Portland ay. car line. John Cub be/. 43d and Portland. Half acre overlooking Center at., close Into town; worth twice what I aak for It. Level, and good land. Price $800. on terms. D-l. Times. $25 Down, $20 Per Mo. Without Interest, buys (-room modern bungalow, 2 lots, close by (th ay. car line, price $1,760. Call Madison 763, VACUUM CLEANING - -r .-- .-i-ii- -if r.r i r-iriir, riri !,.,_■. 9xl*. rags, electric vacuum cleaned for 25c each; Saturday only. Proctor 1141. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS TAKE A LOOK WHAT $1.00 WILL BUY 17 His sugar $1.00 Ii Ills gl ,n ten 1.90 u% Mis extre fam-v coffee .... 1.00 10 His sail pork 1.00 9 lbs smoked baron l no 20 lbs, fancy white lieuns 1.00 11 i am sin.lines 1.00 14 cans good salmon 1.00 3 lbs of our very best batter... 1.00 15 cans tomatoes 1.00 13 runs nun 1.00 43 tuns soap 1.00 A No 10 can lard 1.01 20 lbs fane) .lap rice 1.00 TUe.se specials good at our two tteirJU. O'Brien Grocery Co. 1111-46 Pacific. Central Market Grocery 1114 Pacific ay. .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL— fIOAIII-INO HOUSE AND CAMP HUI-I'Ll i*:s. CARLSON'S Shot* .. Manufacturing Co. *>?>'_*< Commerce street, lias ■prided to nlvc general Btililic the benefit of wholesale Jprlces on shoe PSpalrlng. We *T_Se Hie very best sole leather stork. California Mouiin-h Oak ami' Eastern While oak and al so uadeatrttotfble Watcrpioof soles. You can have your ohoiea Men's Soles 60c Win's Heels 25 c Men's Ituliber Heels lie Boys' Soles 500 Boys' Heels 250 Ladles' Soii*s 50c Ladles' Heels 200 Ladles' Rubber lleela 30u This is a strictly Union shop. Hrlng your work here. \W manufacture shoes to your measure, and also to wholesale trade. CARLSON'S SHOE FACTORY 1128 Commerce St Folt SALE—I pair of well mated i roan mares. Have no use for them, 40H7 So. Bell St., 1 block east of I'ac. ay. ■ ■ ——^^——■■———- ' Famous -Furniture Co. 1305 Broadway. Specials: 4 good ranges from $10 to 111.10; pillows, $1 set. gas ranges from * ■ ..ii and up; iron beds, $1 and up; springs, $1 and up; all heaters Sold at cost; stove castings for all ranges anil stoves; break offs; heat ers relined and make over; express, transfer and house moving. QOOI) Singer sewing machine, $6. 935 V; na ay. FOR SALE —Fresh cow and heifer calf, ami white Angora rabbits. Main -945. FINK phonografii and records, mandolin, or violin, for sale or trade. Main 7214. TALKING parrot for sale cheap. 1408 Ho. 16th St. FINK saddle horse for sale or trade. Take Spanaway car to Parkland, inquire at candy store. SEWING machines, box tops, $3 up; dropheads, $7.50 up; terms. Expert repairing. Machines rent ed 319 So. llth st. HORSE, weighs 1,350, will sail cheap. No reasonable offer re fused as have no work for him. 1101 So. M St. Soi-DEN- RULE FURNITURE CO. buys, sells and exchanges second hand furniture. 1149 Broadway. Main 1040. FACTORY trimmings, laige load at reduced prices. Phone Main 1744. GET your shoes repaired at reduc ed prices at Carlson's Shoe Fac tory. 112$ Commerce. PIANO tuning, expert repairing. T. T. Richmond, 1012 So. llth. Mala 1424. SHOW" CASES, office, store fix tures, doora, window screens made to order, lumber, moulding tor sale. Tacoma Cabinet Works. 1121-24 Court C. Main 1111. 3ewTng"mTchines Drophead sewing machines, |l mm up. 1 Wheeler __ Wilson, 111. Mtt^few Home, $12. $12. r 1 New Home, $7. Tac. Theater Bldg. 112 Broadway. ! %3_m PANTS made to order. Scotch i.Ulllors. 942 Pacific ay. Bne young milch cow. Will be fresh In I weeks, good milker. Also J4-mo-old heifer. Phone Proctor $35 BUYS you an all-around work horse. 463$ So. D St. Take Span away car to 41th, go 3 blocks east. FOR SALE—Mare, harness and spring wagon; very cheap. In quire 934 tt Broadway. FURNITURE of 4 rooms for sale: want to leave town; cheap rent. Phone Main 5910. GI'ITAR for sale. Has never been used, till So. Tacoma ay. Msln 8468. $|2» buys ay *» -ton .truck, la good condition all through. R-4, Times, ONE heifer for sale. I montba Old. at 1924 So. L st. Main 1497. (What Use Is Lunch Without Teeth) REAL LSTATE ■ -mta *. ON PUO-BT SOUND •i~_\_adlfl___i____ l"'*11;lif"1 low I,:111k camping spot on the Sound, $375. 125 cash, It 00 per month. HEUS TON * HEI'STon. Chamber of Commerce Klilg Beautiful Bungalow 7 I'UIIHIM up lo data, |U lots. South End, Will lake smaller place as part payment, fall Madison 753. HOfl aires at Woolocliet buy $Tflio. 'lake steamer nay Island, Munlcl pal ilork, to t'nlon dock. Woolinhet Inquire for M. O. Undberg, For sftl«> by owner at big sacri fice. I will sell my bouse and | lots for two-thirds of valuo if Hold this week; the house con sists of S rooms, modern, walking (liHliimc, near car line; finu resi dence section; 1 block to pave ment. Part lime. Come and make me an offer. 140:! South (Irani. $20 DOWN, 98 MONTH Buys .-room bungalow, |tt lots, 112 ft deep, 1 block to car. Call Madison TH. GET A FARM A MOd buy. 2_-ai*ie farm; IS un der plow; good buildings, fine team, 20 head of cattle, poultry, hogs and Implements; also crop. A money maker from the start. Price 14000. Will consider part trade, part cash and tii ins. |Koo lo place at once on city Real Estate. If you want to buy or sell a farm see me. 1 specialize In farms. Bertha M. Griffith 212 Provident Bldg., Tacoma. Two I .if? Bargains $550 CASH will buy a practically new, strictly modern 6-room house, with cement basement, (cement floor) and 2 lots, 50x191, in best part of SOUTH TACOMA, balance. $700, 2 years at 8 per cent. This Is about what It would coat to build the hoiiKc. t $600 CASH will buy a 5-room cot tage with hath, and 2 lots, near N. P. shops; balance $500, 2 years at 7 per cent. This place Is rented for $10 a month and will eventually be very valuable business property. WM. Fits-Henry Established 25 years. 102 South 12th St., Corner A St. Real Bargains $1050—New 6-room bungalow, 2 lots, fine lawn and shrubbery, neai car line, close In. Must sell. $1400—6 acres, Improved, small house and barn and outbuildings, on paved road to Puyallup. $1200 —$0 acres, 1-room house and barn, on main county road to Roy. $1050 —Good 6-room houae and bath, one lot. Ho. G St., all Improve ments In. $700 —6 fine corner lots, 24 bear ing fruit trees, 2-room shack; need money, paid $1800 for lots 4 years ago. BERTELSON A CO. 201 Bank of California Bldg. Main 6159. 30-ACRE DAIRY Tlie very best of soil, free from rock and gravel, about one-half In cultivation, fair set of buildings, 2 cows, team, wagon and tools, close to school and neighbors, running water. Price $3600. Will consider $2500 in trade, balance mortgage. Hoist & Phillips Co. 306-6-7-1 Provident Bldg. 2*-% ACRES $100.00 CASH Improved, good 4-room house and outbuildings; 1 acre in garden; all good land; plenty of potatoes and vegetables for winter's use; fine water; everything In good condi tion; 10 minutes' walk to old Puy allup car line, close to school. Price $1300; monthly payments of $10. R. F. GREGORY CO., lie Second Floor National Realty Bldg. A SNAP ' I lots, 5-room house, all In fruit, $1600, part cash, balance tc suit. O. N. JOHNS 210 Natl. Bank of Tacoma Bldg. LEQAL NOTICES. SEALED PROPOSALS will be re ceived at the office of the Com missioner of Public Works, City Hall, City of Tacoma, between the hours of 12 M. and 1 P. M. on tbe 30th day of September, 1116, for fur nishing labor and material for con structing cement concrete sidewalks on Anderson Street from North $th Street to North 12th Street, In Lo cal Improvement District IB! ac cording to plans and specifications on file in the office of the Commis sioner of Public Works. 'Amount of bond required will bt the same as contract pnee. Proposals must be made on print ed form furnished by said Com missioner and accompanied by cer tified check for Aye per oent. of the < amount of proposal, made payable te tha order o! tbe Clark at tha • LEGAL NOTICES. Commissioner of. Pontic Works. Work to be commenced within 5 days after signing couiraet. Work to be completed within 15 days after signing coin nut, but if said work be not completed within II days after signing of contract, said contract shall become void as per specifications. The successful bidder shall agree to accept, nt par. In payment of said supplies and work, hid and all nf Hi,, bonds Issued In pursuance of Ordinance No. 6210; and shall have no claim whatever on account thereof against the City of Tacoma except solely upon audi bonds and solely from the special assessment made and special fund by said Or dinance created. The Commissioner reserves the right to reject any and all of the bids. OWEN WOODS, Commissioner of Public Works. Sept. 14-U-IT-11-lt, 1915. LOCAL Improvement District No. 172.—Notice is hereby Riven that In pursuance of Ordinance No. l_S5 nf the City of Tacoma v roll has been placed In my lunula for the collection of the sth annual Install ment of the assessment levied for the i onsti uctlon of a sanitary sewer of the following dimensions, togeth er with the necessary wyes, lees, risers, manholes and connections with present sewers. A ten (10) inch pipe on I'uget Sound Avenue from the alley be tween South 10t.li and South llth Streets to tho South line of South llth Street. An night Inch (8") pipe on alleys between North 7th Street anil Sixth Avenue, Sixth Avenue anil South 7th Street; South 7th and South Bth Streets, South Kth anil South 9th Streets, South 9th and South 10th Streets, South 10th ami South llth Streets, South llth and South 12th Streets from Warner Street to Proc tor Street; on the alley between North 7th and North Bth Streets from Warner Street to . Adams Street; on alley between North Bth and North 9th Streets from Warner Street to Lot 5. Block 3, Bogle's First Add., on Proctor Street from the alley between Sixth Aye. and North 7th Street to the alley be tween South 10th and South llth Streets; on Puget Sound Aye., from the alley between North Bth and North 9th Streets to the alley be tween South 10th and South llth Streets. A twelve (12) Inch pipe on South 12th Street from Puget Sound Ave nue to Cedar Street. Said Installment may be paid on or before October 17th, 1916, but If not paid on or before said date, added Interest, penalty and costs will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS, City Treasurer. Sept. 17-24, Oct. 1. 1915. LOCAL Improvement District No. 950. —Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 6198 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed in my hands for the collection of the assessment levied for grading to the established grade, the alley between **M" Street and Sheridan Avenue from South 36th Street to South 38th Stroct, with a roadway twenty (20) fe.it In width, and a parking space on each side thereof five (6) feet In width; constructing curbs and gut ters of plank, together with the necessary storm water drainage. Said assessment may be paid on or before October 10th, 1915, but If not paid on or before said date, in terest at the rate of six per cent (6%) per anniiam will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS, City Treasurer. Sept. 10-17-24, 1915. INITIAL RESOLUTION.—NO. 6517 FOR SIDEWALK IMPROVE MENT. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITT COUNCIL OF THB CITT OF TA COMA: That It ls the Intention of said council to order the local improve ment hereinafter set forth, and to levy and collect special assessments to pay tha coat and expense of such Improvement, upon the real prop erty which Is .hereinafter described, to the extent that, such property shall be benefited thereby. That aald Improvement shall con sist of laying Cement Concrete Sidewalks five (5) feet In width on "X" Street from a point 180 feet North of Center Street to a pt'lnt 443 feet South of Center Street. That the real property to be benefited by said Improvement, and which will constitute Local Im provement District No. Ml, Is de scribed as follows, to-wlt: Lots 13 to 20 Inclusive In Blocks 1 and 1, Lots 1 to 18 Inclusive In Block 14. All the lots In Block 15, Map of Orchard's Addition to New Taco ma, W. T. Lots 1 to 18 Inclusive In Block 14. Lots 1 to 17 Inclusive In Block 15, Smith A Root's First Addition to Tacoma, W. T. The assessments levied against said lots and property to become due and payable at tbe option ot the property owners. In five (I) equal, annual Installments, with Interest at the rate of six per cent l*%_ per annum on deterred pay ments. That the work of satd Improve ment be done and ssld special as sessments be levied and collected In the manner provided by Chapter 98 of the Acts of the Legislature of the State of Washington of 1111, and Ordinance No. 4011 of said City. That all persons who may de- Sire to object to the making of said Improvement in the manner above set forth shall do so In wrltiag and file said remonstrance with the City Clerk at or prior ta t;|l A. K. on the date set for hearlnk be fore thhj Cooncll te 9a held at the PAG* tfgvnt By A man LEGAL NOTICES Cornell Chamber In the City Hall mi Monday, the lltli day of Octo ber, 1915, at 10 o'clock A. M. That the Commissioner of I'uhllo Works submit to llils Council at a date prior to said llth day of Octo ber, Hi 15, the estimated cost of said Improvement; a statement of the proportionate amount thereof which should be borne by the prop erty wllhln the proposed assessment district; a stutement of the aggre gate assessed value of the real' estate, exclusive of Improvements, within said district according to the valuation lust placed upon It for the purpose of general taxation; together with a diagram or print showing thereon the lots, tracts and panels of land and other prop erty which will In* specially bene fited by said Improvement and tho estimated amount of the cost and expense of tlie Improvement to be borne by each lot, tract, or parcel of land or other property; and That tlie City Clerk publish this resolution In two consecutive Is sues of the official newspaper as re quired hy law. Resolution No. 0527 Is hereby rescinded. September 22nd, 1915. Adopted on roll call. Yeas 5. Nays 0. Absent 0. A. V. FAWCETT, Mayor. Attest: W. D. NICKEUS, City Clerk. Sept, 23-24, 1115. LEOAI 7 NOTICE ESTIMATE OF SCHOOL EXPEND ITI'REK AND RECEIPTS, TACOMA SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 10. Notice is hereby given that the Hoard of Directors of Tacoma School District No. 10, Pierce Coun ty, State of Washington, estimates that said School District will need during the school year beginning July Ist, 1-15. the amount shown by the following Itemlnd state ment. This estimate Is subject to revision and tlie Hoard of Directors will meet nt 4 p. m., Monday, Octo ber 4th, 1915, at the office of tlie Hoard, Centrwl School building for the purpose of giving any taxpayer an opportunity of being heard In favor of or against the proposed tax levy. A more detailed state ment of the purposes for which this money Is to be expended ls now on file In the office of the Secretary of the District and is open to In spection. ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES General Fund: Administration $ 22.730.00 Instruction 499,349.58 Operation of plant 71,637.80 Maintenance of plant 21,534.00 Auxiliary and miscellan eous 19,992.00 Interest on warrants .... 1,000.00 Building Fund: llm Mings and Improve mens 1,791.8< Equipment 1,111.00 Outstanding warrants .. 57,824.39 Interest on warrants .... 0,300.00 Bond Redemption Fund: Interest on bonds 44,050.00 Redemption of bonds .. 30,000.00 Permanent Insursnce Fund 1,600.00 Total expenditures $804,825.51 ESTIMATED RECEIPTS State School Fund $190,000.00 County School Fund .... 190,000.00 Miscellaneous Receipt... 1,300.00 $382.300 00 To be raised by District Tax 422.625.1t Total Receipts $801,825.66 The expenditure of $50,000.00 for Stadium High School gymnasium and swimming pools, and $20,000.00 for the Improvement of the Lincoln Park High School playfleld to be Included In the expenditures and the tax levy for the year beginning July Ist, 1910. By order of the Board of Direct ors, ALFRED LISTER, Sucre tary. Sept. 17-24, 1916. CARBON ADO- WILKI .SON TACOMA STACK Leave Tacoma, Tourist hotel, 1013 Pacific ay., 10 a. m., 4:15 p. m. Leave Carbonado, 7:20 a. m., 1:45 p. m. Eatonville-Tacoma Stage llth St.. OmT Poetofflcu Leave Tacoma, B.^l. m., 4 p. ■>. Leave Eatonville. 8 a. m., 3:80 p. m. ' i J I Buckley Tacoma J Stage Co. I EFFECTIVE AFTER AUO. I 1 Leave Tacoma Leave Badilar I 10:00 a. aa. S:00 aTrnT - 8:80 p.m. lfl:Ma.as. •8:00 p. m. • :00 p. m. •Except Sat. aad Bandar. . I * Le»vaTa<*>au_ 11:99 i » 1 r OFFICE aad MNf I | ma— 'r, iiH^f.r^--. '*' ■•*■' '* ** Pen sad l>otOe A**-> j|^H