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Tuesday, Jan. 4,1916.
A TIMES WANT AD WILL RENT IT! TIMES WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 1 cent a word cccli Insertion —3 time* for the price of 2 1 month, per Tin* per month $1 oo 8 months, p«*r line per month $5 6 months, per line per month .', '.to •12 months, per line per month ". ,74 Swap ads, 15 words, 3 times, 15c. No aivvertiscnu'Tit taken for less than 15 rents. PHONE MAIN 12 1 ■ l TBR TIIIK- II TAIIISUI WB HI «KM . .... „. B^*^,^n KNPMWT _*^\S^ 7^°^A\h"h BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY AItSTHACTH Ol HI LX COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST Co., The Competent. T.-I Male. 101. Isß So. 10th st. TACOMA TITLE CO.— <ltound floor Fidellly Bldg. Main 2184. ATTOILNKYH W. W. GREENMAN, lnwy»r. "05-* Fidelity Hlcfg. Tel Main 1212. A MIUII ANTES AUTOMOBILE ambulance. Only one In city. Main 4s. AUTOMOBILE-"ambulance. First cliish service day or night- Pa clflc Transfer Co. Main St. CARPET HEATING * CrfKANINQ TACOMA RUG FACTORY — Our method of cleaning carpels with compi■•••-•"'d air and steam makes a Perfect l.ih. Absolutely no wear on arpets or rugs. Laying, refitting 111! n M.iln "784. CAISINET WORKS ( EVERYTHING of wood made and repaired. Hand. Cruft Cabinet *iW-rke. Dili and «l sts. Main '174 r. i VIII'KT CLEANING H. L. llOUCK—Carpet beating, re fitting and laying; feather reno vating and upholstering 8812 e,tli ay. Main 325. , COUNTY W ITEH MIPIM.IK9 ■EPTIO tanks, country water sup plies, toffee Plumbing Co.. 1012 A st. M-.ln fS7O DRAT.tt;i: WmWAM****** i *nmna*tmm***k *W^o^o^o>>MWM*>oM*tf*fllflfla»W*W*w*»lo*a*"^ Commercial Truck A Storage Co — Fur nl! ni-e moved, packed and •tored Team and auto vans. Flre rroof warehouse. Best corps of ralii-d rri'-n In city. Main 708. DENTISTS DR. JOHNSON, Harvard Dental Parlors, 1132> _ Pacific ay.. over Crown Drug Btoro. Main SIO3 DR. H. V. ROBERTS. 501-2 N*tL Realty Bldg. Open evenings and gunday. Main 2816. ELEt TRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES asseeeeeeeeseswiwseiwwweew^wm. ELECTRICAL construction. Edison ' Mad/a lamps. City Electric Co.. 200 i'al Bld| Main 2888. HAY. GRAIN-. Fll El, PETERSON BROS, lOoi^fto^%X~at. Main 331. PATENT ATTORNEYS ELLIOTT. ClO likrs. Trust. Patents. Trade Marks, Drawings. Main 6770 ***____*__, *. rAI'-k*I*HANil! \tl FRANK A HANSSON, 738 St. Hal __ i ay. I'lione Main 6112. PRINTING COMMERCIAL BINDING a PTG ?CO., Inc.. 766-768 Commerce s' hone Main 417. Printers. Hin<- „ oose Leaf Devloaa. PHYSICIANS DR. WARREN BROWN Diseases of Women and Oenlto- Urinary and Skin Diseases. General Offlco Practice. 110$ Commerce st. DR. PETERSENTuana. 220 Berlin Bldg. (Scandinavian Am. Bank>. Office, Main 3378; Rea. Main, 877. DR T. F SMITH 809-11 Fid. Bldg! a* Office, Main 648; rea.. Main 547. DR. FOREMAN. BURoIsON Bankers Trust Bldg. DR YOCUM. NaT Realty BldT Day, Ma I n 50 0^ nlgh t, Proc. 1766. THOS. J. PiEßßoirM.3rrgen. prao tlce and diseases of the genito urinarysystem. 1016 Natl. Realty Bldg. Main 1888. RAZORS BHARPKNKD WE sharpen safety razor blades All work guaranteed. McMillan Bros., 1)49 Broadway. WINDOW CLEANING S TAR WINDOW CLEANING CO. Main 1920 SALARY LOANS MONEY loaned the worklngman on his pergonal note. NO MORTGAGE. NO SECURITY. STANDARD CREDIT CO. 405-8 Bankers Truat Bldg. HONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS. jKvvirt itv AM) « ten iiixj MONEY TO LOAN at liberal rata* on diamonds. Jewelry, guns, •lothlng and on anything of value. BOB'S. 1807 Com. UNREDEEMED Elgin or Walthan watches, $3.26. Guaranteed fur It rears. Other Jewelry In proportion. Pioneer Ixian Office, 921 I'aclflc ay. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS "FIDELITY TRUST CO/8 SAFE DHI POSIT VAULTS. Ground floor. SCAVENGERS f*o*\ »ry-»-iriirr**Trnrn<'*<r^i'~t~r---*'^^ TACOMA GARBAGE CO., Oliver Henry. Hgr. 161* A st. Main $408 AMERICAN GARBAGE CO. — Re mov.ng garbgge and refuse of all fclnd*. 21 ti Puy. ay. M 742. Re 5.7518 SALARY AND CHATTEL. UI.VNS "^~ MONEY ON CREDIT Our business Is that of supplying [ "Money on Credit" to honest men and women, employed or having a regular Income, without security, and to others on furniture, pianos aad storage receipts. COAST FINANC*! COMPANY 210 Bankers Trust Bldg. Open Every Evening Until Chrlst- maa FI'RNISIIED APARTMENTS. mjtmefimrit' i ~i.rr*-**--r*_-ii**«^*'*i**-r**>**^ — **■ *- i**li*-s**r ■**-|-1 -if*****-*** f* MORTON APTS.. 402H East..3*th st MONEY TO I .«>-,% _^. OUR OWN MfINKY FOR CITY AND F \ I■*., IjOANi „„, .W. N. DOUB A Ce' iNC California Bl.lg. Main !U1 l''«ioo A O TE money •*" lo■'" »•• "i lo .?.!.' n.° .•""•"mission. I ivmer, Duboli- C,U M" BO' K,e ••■""' 15000 to loanTT7 and I per cenr Other money at 0 per cent. In Kfl? °« . ■"-■"-PP. 1«1 FldelU, Bldg. Main 4994. I HAVK $10.00<Tto loan liTtmrT^/' eel crty or farm property In c"g° fron' ,SOi' ■**» -a" Mnln b AND 7 PKlii]KH*f On Improved real estate or for building. Money advanced aa build In* progresses. j- R. Manning a Co^ Equitable Bid. ,6,°. 0 m".. ,80° Pi'lvate" money to loan, c all Madison 753. Loans—short or long term, any I m '"' Collfoi-nla Bldg ■ "a.-ie.t on im;.;.,..,t nrop mi. 7 per cent. March McCand '«*» Co.. 117 80. 11th St., Berlin Bid MeJIiTQAOE LOANS. Amounts from $200 up; city or fai.-i. lows.it rate*. MOKTOIt A CO, $n Beetle. Loans for home building or tn pay off old mortgages. Lowe.*! rates, specl-U privileges to borrow ers—s to 8 years. Money alwaya oa hand—no delay. H. J. SCHWINN <_ CO Ina . -1«-1» Tacoma Bldg CNDIt-RTAKKKH C. O. LYNN Co., Funeral D rectors, 810 Tacoma ay. Main 774*. BUCKLEY-KING CO -Professional Funeral Directors. 730-* lat Helens. Phon* Main 412. CASSEDY, ALLEN~"i ~MceSeSNNELL CO.—Funeral directors 1110 Sex 12th. Main 81H. ' SO TACOMA FUNERAL PARLOR* 6<33 Union ay. Main 1082 Geo. W I'lpcr. SHOE HEI*AIHI*-U Werner a Moe.. Goodyear, ejuk-k Bhoe Repair Co.. 838 Commerce. RENT—HO USES $$11 No. Ferdinand, 6-r., hath, $iii Main r>P,TS or Main 9228. auto delTvkkv CO. TEAM and auto truck* Local an* long distance moving. Main 1402 Slghl service. 722 Commerce. MOV IN', Long or short distance. City Trans fer a Storage Co. Main 4«1 Tat-oma-iScattle Moving WE can save you money McLea* ihe contract mover Main I as*. SWAPS FOR BALE OR TRADE— Saddle and buggy horse. I-, 1\ D, No. ■>, Hox Foil TV acres fine black soil] 10 rules cleared, balance standing timber; 3 miles from paved road. Trade for city propeity. X-2, Tltni'S. WILL TRADE. MODEL 3A COMI'- TOGRAPH; ORIGINAL COST $300. FOR MULTOGRAPH, MIMEO GRAPH, OR JOB PRESS. WITH OUTFIT. OR WILL SELL FOR I $125 CASH. R. O. SMITH. THE TIMES. TACOMA. WN. FOR SALE—AUTOS If you want to dispose or yoor ear. place a waat ad In this column. I AM rebuilding a six-cylinder, 1815 Studebaker. electric lights and starter. Will sell cheap. See It under construction at 1016 Puyal lup in'-. Will make fin* touring car or truck. ROOMS AND BOARD LARGE, well furnished front room in private family, handy to yards, <or two men, $1 each, board If de sired. 2708 So. C. FURNISHED ROOMS ***■— — -'** -i^.^. Htmmm NICE furnished front room In pri vate family. $1.60 a weak. 1011 So. 1 at. BUSINESS CHANCES m^^a m.^m^a^^— mm»^a^m^a'*m m m f^tam m a^a*M^o^^ APARTMENT HOUSE 40 rooms, best location on E st„ price $lSoei, $200 cash, balance $25 per month, cheap rent. Call 207 Rankers Trust Bldg. FOR SALE—Sunrise hotel. cheap, cash or terms. 17 well tarnished rooms, also 4-ro«m furnished flat on Jefferson ay. Mra. H. J. O'Brien, i in., i., Pacific ay. LOST REWARD or $5 for return of lost Cocker Spaniel, black, answers to name of ••Sue." Return to EagleV hall or call Main $186. LOST—A 5-pass. Ford, Thursday nlrlit. taken from Tin oma hotel, riease call Main 186 or Madison 1020. License No. 5705. HELP—FEMALE DO'NGS OF THL DU-FS t'Oii oAI-fci MISCELLANEOUS s»*i-3* r •V*/ =tf= i___ =a; *lJ-eA* iitty/ • Pull rubber sole., and heels $1.35 Same, Neolin or Ralata Ili-lllng $1.50 Waterproof. Wears b< tter than leather. Rubber heels 35c Work absolutely guaranteed. GOOD horse Tor gala <-l p fill at <ost East X st or 70^ r fu ay. WK buy. sell and **eb*nC< fnriut iire at the Taeoma Aye. l-'ur irx cliangi-. oi.-l T.ti-oniß ay. Main :tae;r. FOR SALE—On* Brown Partridge Wyandotte rooster. Address 1901 So. .1 st. i l-'Olt SALE -1110 R. I. Red pullets, Tsc and $1.00 each. If. W. e-.-irr. It. 1, (ilg Harlior. lull SALE S\'e i.fie,- our ho.ss a! private sal". They may lie In spected at our plant January 4th and Mh. Pacific Brewing & Malt- Ing e'o. BERRY P[.ANTS AT WHOLESALE PRICES—BIai'-kberrles, raspber ries, loganberries. strawberries, goosi berrii-H, ip-ec berries, currants, grapes, rhubarb and asparagua. Write for price list. Rosecroft Fruit Farm, Sumner, Wash. TWO drop head sewing machlnM, choice $.".. 935 Tacoma ay. I CAN fit you with $5.00 eye^S'siiT es for $1.00. Broken lenses du pllcatcd. Stlne. 1324 Broadway. DO your Xmns shopping nt the Golden Rule I-'urn. Co. Bargains !n everything. 1114 Broadway. Phone yam 1640. (JF.T A CHANOE-Traele your phonograph records for mine. Come ln. n.--li about It. 11th st entrance. Public Market Crosse.l ICyss _U9k ryes K.ninl.ierl "* 11 algh :• ni-il fiß ■ ' ;1..- ,!■« I'! t ted Hit FINK •s__» p*Malii M (OS-1I National Realty til,-a WANTED—Stoves and rangeir Tlest prices paid. Lewis Furniture Co. 1004 Tucoma ay. Main 2221. SALMON 25c. National J'lsh Co.. 101 80. l.'.th, a step off Pacific. M-.vVIN'! machines, box tops. $$ up; dropheads, $7.50 up; terma Expert repairing. Machine-, i.ii »<i 319 So. 11th St. OET lour nhoes repulrea at r**duo ed prices st Carlson'a Ahoe ''.ie lory, I lit Commerce. PIANO tuning, expert repairing. T. I-. Richmond. 3022 So. 12th. Mala 2424. Oe)Ol» Jersey cow- $RO, brood sow and l-week-old pigs |:i5. b. h. pullet* rind liens, ,r >oe- each. Route 4, Box 11. WANTED TO BUY WANT TO BUT—a fresh~cnw ~to give T> to 7 gal., will pay JSO to • 115, Nil k Mitkrls, 1153 Broadway, Tacoma, Wash. , WANTED TO BUY—A good second hanil cider press. Proctor 1221. WANTED TO BUY—Used furniture. stoves and hardware. Purkey Brothers, 1316 Broadway. WANTED—Second-hand furnllu.a, stove*. J. O. .1 in-key. 1315 C. Msla m» AGENTS LOCAL representatives wanted Either men or women. Make good money during your spare time. No expense. We furnish everything. Write R. O. Smith, cr The Times. Tacoma. Wash. SOLICITOR wanted for mall sub acrlptlon work. Good proposi tion. References necessary. Com mission proposition. R. O. Smith, The Times. Tacoma. Wash. HELP-MALE CARPENTER wanted at 1011 Pa «lflc ay. BOY TO WORK IN PUYALLUP. ONE WHO HAH WHEEL I'IIK FERRED, SALARY PAID. WRITI-: MR, ATHERTON, TACOMA TIMES AT ONCE. 10 good live boys wanted to work after school and on Saturdays Good money for right kind of boys. See Mr. Armstrong, at Times offloe 10:30 Saturday morning, or any n fternoon. FOUND FOUND—A pine* to get your girts hair bobbed. Donnelly Hotel Barber Shop _______________ FIRMHIIEI) HIM IMS HEDPATH HOTEL. 1143V4 Com merce, 1148 H Pacific ay., newly furnlshe-d, now open for business under new management. REAL ESTATE .s^^s^^* tmt—mmmmamo&*Mt. -^***^ .. Five to 10 lots, Spanaway or American I_tke districts preferred, must be very cheap. Four to >.n.om houae on North Side, must be close to car line and not cost more than $1000. Will pay $100 down, balance monthly HKiIIKE. VAN VALBN & FOSTER, Inc. 410-1-2-I Provident Bldg. i Main 2889. OAKLAND. Two lots higher than other country, overlooks In all directions. Beautiful view, city wa •—• «>, i.ioek to car, block* to' -. ' -' THE TAOOMA TIMES. REAL ESTATE IN I'l—l\"t ll\\! X "~.~~ We are still In the business in al Uh branches. Fire, Liability, Auto inoliile, "Pcraonal, Accident, Plate 'lilasH, Steam Holler, Burglurv Honda—anything you want ln In I Mtirance. See us. E. Wr. GREGORY 00. Bacon** Fleer national Realty Rid« |25 CASH—HOrMIf Well-built l-rooin house, on pvi •fin* lots, one block from ear lln* one block to school, near stori'H «> all kinds; street Improvement,, n und paid for. This Is not out ln tin Mingle*, hut In a good neighbor liooil, with fine home* all arouinl You can start the new vein- right In owning thin ham* for lie per month Price $m(;ii. (Salesman No. $.) E. V\ GREGORY 00. He-ioiiil J-'loiu^ Nulloiial Really Hlilg 3-Room Utilise, 2 Lots Also 4 more i.t another placs will trade this for i itie gcreagi that has lioiirc on. close to city 0. N. JOHNS 200 Natl. Bank of Ta.onia Bldg. $1200 buys V-r. Hi-story hou** Rood condition. Inquire of ownei at $1$ So. Btth gf. Peoples Sales Exchange. 828 Cal- Ifornla Bldg. Real Estate and Bus iness Chances. No commissions. LEGAL NOTICES. BOND CALL:—Notice t, hereby given that the following num. hcred Bonds of the following mini- I ered Local Improvement District! of the erity of Tacoma. are cal'eil fr-r payment, anil that Interest on same rea.es .lan. A, lUI6, Local Improvement District No 4"..">, Hotuls 1 to 26 Inclusive CUA.«*. !». ATKINS, City Treasurer. Jan. 1, 11)16. I!EiIfsTRATION WiTli-K NOTICE is hereby given that the hooks for rental ration of voter! of the city of Tncuma for tire yean linn. lIH7, mis ami lHin are am n at room 304 City Mall between t'i<* hours of 8 a. in. und I p. ni \V. D. WICKEUS, . , City Clerk. SEALED PROP! ISA Lfl will At !•• cc vi-d nt the office of the Cotn mlaaloner of Ught «t- Water, city Hall, City of Tacoma, between the hours of 12 M. and 2 P. M on the Bth day of January. 1016 for the following materlrl: 6.000 lbs. No. 1 Double Jirald Waterproof Copper Wire; 1.000 lbs. No. 2 Double Braid waterproof Copper Wire. The above material to he deliv ered f. o. b. Tacoma. • The time of delivery will be a factor ln awarding bids. Amount of bond required will be the same as contract price. Proposals must be matle on print ed forms furnished hy the said Commissioner and mcomp.inii-d hv certlfled check for five per ii nt (s«#) of the amount of proposal. made payable to the Commissioner of Light a Water. The Commies oner reserves the right to reject any and all of the bids. JAMES ('. DRAKE, Commissioner of Light * Water. Jan. 3-4-6-«-7, 1916. Eatonville Tacoma Stage tlth St., Opp. Post.>fNcr, Leave Tacoma, 8 a. m.. 4 p. m. Leave Eatonville, I a m , 8:30 p. ni. MODELS OF FORD'S FARM TRACTOR (Olivia Really Should Be More Careful!) WORLD WAR ABOUT TO UNCOVER MAN OF DESTINY, LLOYD GEORGE 11Y AN ENGLISH IHPMIM IT j (t*ii|iyi-iglit, ill Ml, by Hie News paper Enterprise AsHoe-iaioii.) | LONDON, Jan. I. Today, for i the first time since August, 1(114, It becomes evlelent to thOßo in the very heart of the British councils that Ihe great man of destiny, who will direct to some ttet'lnito issue the raging world war, 1b at last to emerge from the crowel of muddling politicians and show himself undeniably us the one man in Europe powerful enough to control a maddened i-ontiiii-nt. England now faces the- fact that she e-annot "lnuejille through" and the whole nation is groping blindly for tbe great guide who will lead it out of the morass of inefficiene-y in whie-li it has been wandering. Never lias the stage been com pletely set for the entrance of the GREAT ACTOR, THE BUPBB LEADKR AROUND WHOM NOT ONLY THE HRITISH PEOPLE HUT THEIR ALLIES WOULD CLADLY RALLY. This man, If he is within the length and breadth of the Hritish empire, will have to be first and foremost a leader of the workers. HE MUST COME FROM THE PEOPLE. FOR THE SI'SPICIOUS HARD PRESSED ENGLISH ME CHANIC WILL NOW TRUT IN THIS FINAL MOMENT ONLY ONE HORN IN THEIR OWN The only way England, too, can hope to win the war Is by rallying to the cause the best ef forts of every mechanic in the realm. 'I 1..- man who run do Hits will be the man !•• pull the allie-s through. HE WILL HI THE GREAT FIGI'KE OF THE WAIL When the Brltiflh worker b lieves that the war Is HIS WA a struggle to protect his own i terests and not alone his mas ter's, then he will labor or figh to win. THE GREAT MAN OF TH WAR MUST BE NOT ONLY FIGHTER, AN EXECUTIV AND A PATRIOT HUT A PRO PIIET WHOM THE GREA MABS OF SULLEN BRITIB WORKING PEOPLE WILL FO LOW. Only one man in the all the v**l rent-he* of the em pire fits this pattern. HIM NAME l« LLOYD-GEORGE. Ills shadow has already fallen across the premier's chair. From minister of in on it inn*, lie soein nuiy step up to Asquith's place. Hut if Lloyd-George does emerge triumphant front the present political crisis he will not be merely the pre mier of England. 111-: WILL IIX VIRTIALLY Till: FIRST I'll IFF OF TIIF KNTFNTK ALLIES, Till-: most [*OW* Fill -"I'L I NTF.It NATIONAL OHOVP IN TIIF HIHTOHV OF TIIF WORLD. Why should Llo.vil-(lt*or-?e bo so much urenter tlllltl otllt'r Kllg llsli premiers? SIMPLY BTCAUSI HI IS TIIK ONLY MAN IN ALL BNQ LAND TODAY TO WHOM TIIK COMMON PEOPLE RESPOND FN MASSE. Hi- Is not a -Mrs product of tin- poiiticiii whirligig. lie foiiKlit 111* way to the lieiKlits of fame throiigli flllSSr coura--V and merit. And lie- is hi ill what he always waa- :i eloinocrut with a siiinll d. W'lu'll HriliHli coiiinioners lit-itr his speeches lliey lenow they are Huteniiiß to the words eif one who litis I rod tin* sit me hard roud of poverty and injiiHtice nlotig which they are toiling They know that Ihe Utile stoop-shouldered Welsh man is Hie product of a bumble cottage, not a manor hall. Tl'**y recall his bitter fiplil to make the lund-owniiiK peers the most sel fish class in the world -.-pay their just proporttoa of the aatloaal taxeH. They know how he tinre for yi>ars the sneers unel jibes of the reai-tionaries wltile he I'otiglit in parliament for better labor laws and just taxation. When he calls, ".More can non:" tei the weirker*. they know It Is no trickster's cry meant only to enslave them I'ui-tliei- to their hi«lu-ni.il masters. THEY TRI'ST LIiOYO GKOROE AH THFY TIM HT N O OTIIKR HRITIHH STATKSYIAN. And this 1* why the little! Welshman may soon step into the widest political breach in re cent lOngiish history. Through hi* battle for social legislation he became the Idol of the British workingnian. Anil it' la this reputation that has made him the strong man of the pres ent crisis. On Knglnnd's whole political horizon there is no jiossible suc cessor to Asquith save Lloyd- George. AND WHK.X THK GREAT PEACE tXIMES. IF l.l.ti* H ('KOIH'F IS sill i AT THE HELM OF HRITAIN HE WILL STAND FORTH AH THE ONE GREAT WORLD FIGI'RE THE WAR PRO DI CEIL Boys! Boys! EARN MONKV AFTER SCHOOL Tbe Tacoma Time* need* a few live boys to sell papers on downtown corner*. It's an eaiey and ■lire way for a boy to make spending money. Koine corner* pay from fifty cents to two dol lars a day! You will make 50 per cent profit on every paper you sell. Come down tomorrow night. See the whole saler at The Times of fice, 9th and Commerce - Street*. CtrculaUon Department m OL.YMPIA-IHJPONT STAGE Via Dupont Leaves Donnelly Hotel, Taco ma, Rt 6 a. m., 11 a. in. and 4 p. m. Leaves Kneeland Hotel, Olympia, at 8 a. m„ 1:30 and _:.0 p. m. Phone: Main 702. Subject to change without notice. Buckley-Tacoma Stage Co. EFFKCTIVB AFTER Altl. 1 !.<*«»■* Tacoma I<eave Heckle* DAVID I Ll> "*• I'-'.'EOltt.'E. HOT OFF THE BAT LLOYD GEORGE'S GREAT DEFINITION OF A GREAT WAR This is not the i ». .i-_ shower. It is the detune, il I*, a <iiiiviilkl<iii ol' natin-r-. || In a eye-lone whle-h is tearing up hy their 1-iMitn the orimiiiciilnl plants of inoilern siclely und tvi-ccklng sonic of ihe flimsy trestle lulilges of inoilern cl»tH /alie.ii. It is mi «-urflnpuake which is in li.--i\ in^ the very rocks of Liiropi-nii lite; it is one* ol' (hose seismic «l|-t m Ir.-u...-., in uhi<'h nut inns I. mi. I. r*vai-(l or* full backwari] geucrallons In ii sin-;!.* Ihiuiiil.. All this shattering about i> laving a rule or -u-r-n-l --iiiie. a custom Is out of place. Yem iiiimot Imggli- tvitli an earth <|iinke. —Minister lloyd-Li eu-ge. Irel'oi'e (■laesgow workmen. PADEREWSKI SELLING CHRISTMAS DOLLS TO AID STARVING ONES IN NATIVE POLAND The world famous pianist wa* photographed at the Pollah Fet* i-erently held at the Rita Carlton in New York to raise, funds to aid * the starving pcwple of hi* native country. ! PAGE SEVEN By A'lman