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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS. LUA OWN LITTLE WAR IN HAITI The picture shows Huitien rebels lying on their guns „line they were killed in battle wltli American marine**. Below Col. XL. T. Waller is Keen signing the pe.n <■ compact with the rebels at Cnmp Haiti. Col. Waller was in charge of the e\|iedltinn of l nin-d State* marines. LEGAL NOTICES. LOCAL Improvement District No. $68. —Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 5507 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed In my hands for the col lection of the 2nd annual install ment of the assessment levied for grading to the established grade, outh 57th Street from Park Ave nue to "D" Street, with a roadway thirty-five (36) feet in width, and a sidewalk and parking space on each side thereof seventeen and five-tents (17.6) feet in width, constructing curbs, gutters and crosswalks of plank, cement con crete sidewalks five 16) feet In width, together with the necessary atorm water drainage. Said Installment may be paid on er before November 10th, 1915, but If not paid on or before said date add ed Interest, penalty and costs will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS. City Treasurer. Oct. 11-18-25, 1915. I_o<~Al, Improvement District No. 117.—Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 5111 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed In my hands for the collection of the 3rd annual Install ment of the assessment levied for ■railing to the established grade, worth 13th Street from Proctor Street to Stevens Street with a roadway thirty (30) feet In wldtn and parking spares on each side thereof twenty-five (25) feet In Willih; constructing curbs, gutters and crosswalks of plank, together with the neres.'aiy storm water drainage. Said Installment may be paid on er before November loth. 1916. but If not paid on or before said date, added Interest, penalty and costs will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS. City Treasurer. Oct. 11-IS-25. 1915. LOCAL Improvement District No. •7!'.—Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 5426 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has keen placed in my hands for the collection of the 2nd annual Install ment of the assessment levied for laying cement concrete sidewalk" five (5) feet in width on the south glde of North 7th Street from Mason Avenue to Verde Street. Bald Installment may be paid on Ol h, fore November 3rd. 1916, but If not paid on or before said date, added interest, penally and costi will attach "HAS. D. ATKINS, city Treasurer. Oct. 4-11-11, 1116. LEGAL NOTICES. LOCAL Improvement District No. 6006—Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. (Ml of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed In my hands for the collection of the 2nd annual In stallment of the assessment levied for constructing a six 16) Inch cast Iron water main on North 9tii Strict from Pine Street to Law rence Street; a six Hi) Inch cast Iron water main on Junett Street from North 9tli Street te North 11th Street, and on Cedar Street from North 9th Street to North 10th Street produced West; also a two (2) Inch galvanized iron pipe on North 10th Street from Junett Street to Cedar Street. Said installment may be paid on or before November 10th, 1915. but If not paid on or before said date, added Interest, penalty and costs will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS, City Treasurer. Oct. 11-18-26, 1916. LOCAL Improvement District No. 802.—Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance of Ordinance No. 5104 of the City of Tacoma a roll has been placed In my hands for the collection of the 3rd annual Install ment of the assessment levied for Get Into a Business of Your Own Be independent and lay the foundation of future ease by getting into a business of your own. No man ever developed the best that was in him until he was thrown on his own resources. Nothing does this so well as owning and operating a business of your own. In the "Business Opportunity" classifica tion of TIM VM WANT ads are many chances to got hold of business—large and small. Only small capital is required of the right man in many case* LEGAL NOTICES. grading to the established grade, East ''_■"" Street from Division Lane to South 40th Street; East "Q" Street from Columbia Avenue 10 South 3Sth Street and South 38th Street from East ' E" Street to East "M" Street with roadways forty 140) feet in width, and sidewalks and parking spaces on each side thereof twenty (20) feet in width; constructing curbs, gutters and crosswalks of plank together with the necesasry storm water drainage. Said Improvement shall alao con sist In laying down on said wide walk spaces, cement concrete side walks five (5) feet In width, except on the west side of East "F" Street from South 38th Street to South 40th Street, and on the south side of South SBth Street from East "X" Street to East "E" Street, no walks shall be constructed. Provided where necessary on ac count of deep fills, wood walks shall be laid. Said installment may be paid on or before November 4th, 1916, but If not paid on or before aald date, added Interest, penalty and costs will attach. CHAS D. ATKINB. City Treasurer. Oct. 4-11-18, 1815. THE TACOMA TIMES T. R. & P. CO. WANTS TO EXTEND Applications for approximate ly 20 miles of T. R. ft P. fran chises and permits' to build trans mission and distribution Hues arc In the hands of the county com missioners for approval. The territory covered by the applications extends from Milton to Sumner, then to Ortlng. An other section lies between South Prarie nnd Hurnett. Commissioner Slayden said he favored granting the franchises as It will benefit the farmers of the county, giving them light, power and transportation. He believed it offers a step towards building up the county. LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE MATTER OF THE AS SESSMENT AND ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE COAT AND EX PENSE OF THE IMPROVEMENT IN LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DIS TRICT NO. 4032 IN THE CITY OF TACOMA. TO WHOM IT MAT rONCEHN. Notice Is hereby given that there was filed 111 my office on the 13tli I day of Ootober, 1f» ID. the assess ment roll for the payment of the I cost and expense of Hie aoove des ignated local Improvement, being the assessment roll for Lncal Im provement District No. 4032; show ing the amount assessed against each lot and parcel of land In said local improvement district for the payment of the cost and expense of said improvement. In pursuance of Ordinance No. 61S8 of the City of Tacoma, entitled: "An ordinance providing for the Improvement of the alley between "I" and "3" Streets from South 7th Street to South nth Street; creating Local Improvement District No. 4032; providing for a speolal fund for the payment of the cost of said Improvement by special assessment upon property within aaid district benefited thereby; providing for the Issuance of local Improvement bonds; and declaring an emer gency,'' passed August 19th, 1915. And that said assessment roll Is open for lnspectlor by all persons Interested therein. And notice Is further given that the Council of said City haa fixed Wednesday, the 3rd day of Novem ber, 1916. at 10 o'clock A. M., as the date for hearing upon said roll be fore It. and that all poisons who may desire to object to said assess ment roll are required to make thetr objection! In writing and file the same with me at or prior to 9:30 A. M., on the date above mentioned, at my office in the City Hall; and that on said date or at such time as the hearing may be continued to, the Council will sit as a board of equalization for the purpose of considering said assessment roll, and will consider all objections made thereto, or any part thereof, and will correct, revlae, raise, low er, change or modify said roll or any part thereof, or set aside said roll and order said aaaessment to ' be made de nevo as it shall ap pear just and equitable, and then Sroceed to confirm the same by rdlnance. Dated at City Hall, Oct. ISth, ' 1915. ' W. D. NICKEUB. City Clerk. Oct. 14-15-16-18-19, IHB. LOCAL Improvement TJlstrlct No. 6009 —Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of Ordinance No. 5611 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed In my hand* for the collection of tho 2nd annual In stallment of the assessment levlel for laying a six (8) Inch water main (wooden) on 65th Street and 6«th Street from Miller (or East "B" Street) to "A" Street. A two (2) Inch wooden pipe on "A" Street from 65th Street to 86th Street. S.ai.l installment may be paid on or before November 10th, 1916. but if not paid on or before said date added Interest, penalty and costs will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS, City Treasurer. Oct. 11-18-26, 1916. LOCAL Improvement District No, 871. — Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 650* of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed in my hands for the eollectlon of the let annual In stallment of the assessment levied for laying down on Alder from tile alley between North 27th Street and North 28th Street to North list Street, cement i-oncrete sidewalks five 16) feet In width except where i ement walks have already been constructed and conform to line anil grads of this Improvement. Said installment may be paid on or before November 10th, 1916, but If not paid on or before said date, added Interest, penalty and cowls will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS, f' City Treasurer,'.« Oct. 11-18-25, 1515. ' LOCAL Improvement District No. 5007—Notice is hereby given that. In pursuance of Ordinance No. 6610 of the City of Tacoma. a roil has been placed In my hands for the collection of the 2nd annual Install rami of the assessment levied for constructing a six (6) Inch wooden water main on East 68th Street from McKlnley Avenue to East "L" Street, Said Installment may be paid on or before November 10th, 1111, but If not paid on or before said date added Interest, penalty and coati will attach. CHAH D. ATKINS. City Treasurer. Oct 11-11-11, 1111. RESUME TRIAL OF CHARLTON CO.MO, Italy, Oct. 18. — The trial of Porter Charlton, the American charged with beating Ins wife to death, was resumed lu ll ay. DISCUSS SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM All sides of Sunday school work will be discussed at the 28tli an nual convention of the Pierce County Sunday School association A DANDY FOOTBALL FOR TACOMA BOYS Any live boy in Tacoma can secure this football free for just a few minutes' work after school for a night or two. Start a team and let everybody helpl HOW TO GET THIS ] ,„, ,„,, I|flW „ subscriber for The Tacoma FOOTBALL FREE Times bul herewith cuter my subscription for Clip the coupon with the six blanks for new one month and thereafter until ordered discon subscriptions. If your folks do not take The **w4. I agree to pay the carrier 300 at the end ■»... _ '. . ot the month. limes from one of our regular carriers have them sign the top blank. Then take it to your Name , ; next door neighbor, the lady across the street, Address Phone your aunt, uncle, or any other near relative and "J get them to sign for a month. Xame . ,-._.,„., SEE EVERYBODY IN THE BLOCK . . _. Address Phone WHERE YOU LIVE! If you haven't secured enough subscriptions Name ••- i after visiting your near friends and relatives Address Phone then start on a systematic soliciting campaign of all the people living in the block around your Name house or in the immediate neighborhood. You will find most of the people taking The Address Mt Phone Times, either buying it on the street or getting M it at their residence, but don't let that discour- ame :" ' age you. YOU'RE OUT TO WIN THE FOOT- Address Phone BALL AND IT'S YOURS IP YOU ARE A HUSTLER! Name « For further information phone R. G. Smith, Circulation Manager, Main 12. When the slip Addl'csa Phone is full bring it to the Circulation Department of a a v THE TACOMA TIMES. Secured by P. S. —In case you find it absolutely impossi- ame : ble to get the required number of serves for the ... football, get as many as you can anyway, and we ■ I will either pay you cash for each serve you get pi or offer you some other prize. "" By Blosser which will begin tomorrow even ing at St. Paul's Methodist church, So. 42nd and L stß. DON'T WANT U. S. TO SEND BULLETS SEATTLE, Oct. ll.—Tlie sfnte alliance of German-American so cieties at its annual meeting here yesterday adopted a proie.ll against sending war supplies to any nation at war. President Wil son and members of the sencto will be memoralized. I .» I'nre t Colli In One Iln>* Take LAXATIVE ..KOMO-QIMNINE Tablets. Druggists refund money li il In Ik lo nare, E. W. (SHOVE'S HiKiiiiture on euch '■<>> 25c. Ridicule Peace Talk of London LONDON, Oct. 18.—Continue! rumors that Berlin and London are considering peace tentatlves are characterized by the Times in an editorial today as "too gro tesque for serious consideration." This peace talk, it is declared, is probably the result of recent differences in the British cabinet and dissatisfaction with the Dar- il,hi. lies rampaign and the Salon ika expedition. The public is greatly concern ed with the recruiting difficulty and does not welcome the Idea of the withdrawal of the Darda neies expedition. Mayor Holds Up Seattle Ad Bill Mayor Eawcett today announc ed that he had held up a war rant for $20 drawn by the city controller to the credit of the Seattle Index, a marine bulletin, for municipal advertising. The city publishes a Tacoma steamer schedule in the Seattle paper. MUSIC TEACHER CHOKES TO DEATH SEATTLE, Oct. 18. — Miss Helen Hapgood is held by the police today pending in investi gation of the death of her ni'ini: teacher, Norman Kent, former Monday, Oct 18, 1915. manager of the Wlsmner Plant, Co. of New York. Kent died sud denly while playing at tbe piano In his office yesterday following a violent choking spell. Thef had Just been eating candy it a 4 peanuts. Stock Your Cellar Now — Potato Prices Advancing Fancy White, guaranteed to keep all winter, 7RA per sack I vu Potatoes for stock, 0J ftft per ton \? I iVw Dry Onions, winter 0 4 At keepers, sack ..f litu Walla Walla 7C-, .Onions, sack I UC Cabbage, about RHo 90-lb. sack JUL Cabbage, for oft nn stock, ton ipUiUU Table Carrots, 7fl»» sack I UC Carrots, for oft ftft stock, ton m tJtUU 11 -iiili.n il Squash, will keep until New Year's, 04 ftC per 100 lbs. . *) I iZ3 Per lb IHe Eating Apples, 7lif» box I *J- Cooking Apples, Cfln box, up from 40c and wUC Quince, A pound Hl» WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO. Main 1026. Cor. 13th Market St.