Newspaper Page Text
Friday, Feb. 4,1916.
A TIMES WM AD WILL FID IT! TIMES WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 1 cent a word each Insertion—3 times for the price of I. 1 month, per line per month $1.00 t months, per line per month IS 6 months, per line per month 90 12 months, per line per month .71 Swap ads, 15 words, 3 times, 15c. No Advertisement taken for less than 15 cents. PHONE MAIN 12 THE THIEN IS TACOMA'S ,s_SW B'_^ WK HECKIVK AI)H BY <>M . uriri \ni;\r _Bjßlfr.ltfs«W_> PIIO.M-:. ol It \i .nun NEWSPAPER IS MAIM IS BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ABSTRACTS OF~ TITLE 00-QMiON YV E ALTH TITLE TIUTST Co.. The Competent. Tel. Main 101. 109 So. 10th St. TACOMA TITLE CO. —Ground floor Fidelity lllilg. Main 21H4. ATTORNEYS W, W. (lUEENMAN, lawyer, 705-6 Fldeliiy Hldg. Tel. Main 1212. AMUSEMENTS DROP IN The Smoke House, 1108 Commerce; neatly and comforta bly appointed for cigars, tohaccos, cards, candies, soft drinks and light lunches. AMBULANCES AUTOMOHILE ambulance. Only one In city. Main 43. AUTOMOBILE ambulance. First class service day or night. Pa clfic. Transfer Co. Main 54. ItAItUER COLLEGE FOR nun and women, wages while learning. Moler Barber School, 1 T>37 Pacific ay. CARPET HEATING A CLEANING omm+kt***** « ■ i*,-^^*^^^^^^^^*^—^■^^^^^^^■'N^^^W TACOMA RUG FACTORY — Our method of cleaning carpets with compressed air and steam makes a perfect job. Absolutely no wear on carpets or rugs. Laying, refitting. 1116 O. Main 7784. CABINET WORKS EVERYTHING of wood made and repaired. Hand Craft Cabinet Works. !Uh and O sis. Main r.174. CAIIPBT CLEANING 11. L. llOUCK—Carpet beating, re fitting and laying; feather reno vating and upholstering. 2812 6th ay. Main 325. COUNTY WiTKB SUPPLIES* IJEPTIC tanks, country water sup plies. Coffee Plumbing Co., 1012 A wt .Main 070. DRATAOR OMtOtOtOtOIMMOtOIttOfttMOMIOMMtOMMIOIMOtOMMMMMM Commercial Truck & Storage Co.— Furniture moved, packed and stored. Team and auto vans. Fire proof warehouse. Best corps of trained men In city. Main 706. DENTISTS f* ■-«»■'»»'»"»-■-* _■-_-_------->-. **i*i*i—ii^i-i_rij-_-Li~_ixnjxf_t DR. JOHNSON, Harvard Dental Parlors, U32V4 Pacific ay., over Crown Drug Store. Main 8203. DR. H. V. ROBERTS, 6oT-2~NatT Realty Hldg. Open evenings and Sunday. Main 2816, ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND .SUPPLIES *^f*_f* fc ,~*_r_-_-.-*' — ■ r~i ~.~_~n*_n rim.-}j-ir>*j'\j*\i^\/*\j^a^a**mfM r *^*\*n^ ELECTRICAL construction. Edison Masda lamps. City Electrlo Co 200 Cal. Bids. Main 2665. HAT, GltAll., fUKt, PETERSON BROS., 1002 So. X st. Main 331. H.OMIIY TO LOAlt Olf DIAMONDS. JK^VMLBIfAIIDCLOTHIIta MONEY TO LOAN at liberal rates on diamonds. Jewelry, guns, clothing and on anything of value BOB'S, 1307 Com. UNREDEEMED Elgin or Waltham watches, $3.25. Guaranteed for 10 years. Other Jewelry In proportion. Pioneer Loan Office, 921 Pacific ay. O^OMKTIiISTB A OPTICIANS EYES TESTED, GLASSES KITTED Best Service. Lowest Rates CASWELL OPTICAL CO. 742 St. Helens ay. PATENT ATTORNEYS f*mmm.m^m\am.m.m.amm.am.min, at _ IMtM/MMtM^MMMMM^MM ELLIOTT, 610 Bkrs. Trust. Patents Trade Marks, Drawings. Main 6770! PAINTING * PAPERMANOINO FRANK & HANSSON, 738 St. Hel ens ay. Phone Main 5142. PRINTING — **^.**.o.*a. —,_■,-,-. jg*im^*mrnrknjaJ-^r\J-IJ\JK- COMMERCIAI BINDING & PTG. CO., Inc., '56-768 Comme.ce st. Phone Main 417. Printers, Binders, Loose Leaf Devices. PHYSICIANS M^m^Mo^f^Mm*Aotqt>otoM>oMtoMM>MoMtoMtoloMMtoMM^ DR. WARREN BROWN Diseases of Women and Genito urinary and Skin Diseases. General Office Practice. UO3 Commerce St. DR. PETERSEN-DANA, 220 Berlin Bldg. (Scandinavian Am. Bank). Office, Main 3378; res.. Main 877. DR. T. F. SMITH, 809-11 Fid. Bldg. Office, Main 648; res., Main 647. DR. FOREMAN, SURGEON Bankers Trust Bldg. DR. YOCUMi Nat. Realty Bldg. Day, Main 600; night. Proc. 1766. THOS. I. PIERSOL, M. D., gen. prac tlce and diseases of the genito urinary system, mid Natl. Realty Bldg. Main 1828. SCAVENGERS TACOMA GARBAOE CO.. Oliver Henry, Mgr. 2816 A St. Main 8406. AMERicANOARBAGE CO. — Re movlng garbage and refuse of all kinds. 216 Puy. ay. M. 742. Res. 7532. SALARY LOANS ******.* ***********.***********************.** noma MONEY loantd the workingman on his personal note. NO MORTGAGE. NO SECURITY. , STANDARD CREDIT CO. 405-8 Bankers Trust Bldg. O'len From » a. m. Until 7 p. m. . .MONEY To I.OAN oi'it OWN money FOR CITY AND FARM LOANS W. N. DOFR & CO., INC. 603-4 California Hldg, Mnln 2181 PRIVATE money to luan. (50 to 11000, no .I.nun ■ i.in Payments to Kult. Call 6318 So. Fife. Fall* Duboi*. 15000 to loan at 7 ami S per cent. Other money at 6 per cent. In quire of J. L. Snapp, 1221 Fidelity Bldg, Main .994. 1 HAVE JIO.OOO to loan on Improv ed city or farm property in amounts from 1300 up. Call Main 608. 6 AND 7 PER CENT On Improved real estate or for building. Money advanced as build ing |ilnlili's.<r«. U H. Manning & Co., Ecultahle Bid. $800 private money to loan. Call M.nll 1)11 753. LOANS — Short or long term, any amount. 418 California Bldg. MONKY loaned on improved prop city, 7 per cent. March-McCand less Co., 117 So. llth St., Berlin Bid. MORTGAGE LOANS. Amounts from $200 up; city or farm; lowest rates. NORTON & CO., 210 Berlin. I/JANS for home building or to pay off old mortgages. lowest rates, special privileges to borrow ers—3 to 8 years. Money always on hand—no delay. 11. J. SCHWINN & CO., Inc. 2ii;-i3 Tacoma Bldg. HA/OHS Nil UU'LM.M WE sharpen safety raxor bladts All work guaranteed. Ilieks Drug Co.. Olh ay. ami K. IU lilt ITS ™^^*""^^*^^*^'"^'"^^*',i***"»**^^*N^^^^^^^^^^^^^ RABBITS for tale, good breeding _ BtV ck '.. chp»P' W. F. Dodge, 6201 B'V I. Mnllsiin Dl 4-.1. HAKE IILTO.IT VAULTS FIDELITY TRT'.ST CO.'B SAFE DE POSIT VAI'LTS. Clioiiinl floor. -HOB ItEPAIKINQ Werner & Moe., Ooodvear Oulck Sim.. Repair Co.. jt.s Commerce. SALARY AND CHATTEL LOANS 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' and storage receipts. COAST FINANCE COMPANY 210 Hankers Trust Bldg. UNDERTAKER* ************* mi'. m*~ir*r****r*,****»***** u *j*j^ m C„?i „YNN' co- Funeral Directors, »I 0 Tacoma ay. Main 7746. BUCKLEY-JUNO OX—Professional Funeral Directors. 730-32 St Helens. Phone Main 412. CABSEDY, ALLEN — McDONNELL CO.—Funeral directors. 1110 So. 12th. Main 8151. SO«_T, ACOMA~FUNERAL PARLORS. 5433 Union ay. Main 1082. Oeo. W. Piper. WINDOW CLEANING STARWiNDOW CLEANING CO. Main 1920 SWAPS ~~ H, «»***i**»*.* > .*« .*i*i* *~i-**-uA^m^U^*^**\/~%J\**aJ^J-*J\J\A WILL TRADE. MODEL 1A COMP TOGRAPH; ORIGINAL COST |300, FOR MULTOGRAPH. MIMEO GRAPH, OH JOD PRESS, WITH OUTFIT. OR WILL SELL FOR $125 CASH. It. Q. SMITH. THE TIMES. TACOMA. WN. BUSINESS CHANCES ROOMING house at 607 So. llth St., for sale; rooms all full. Price $300. Main 2703. FOUND FOl'N'l) — Pair of gold rimmed glasses In case. Call at Times of fice. HELP FEMALE A reliable lady aa housekeeper in country. Inquire at Victor House, 11127 Ro. I st. WANTED—A woman for a busi ness house. One who has been a practical nurse and can leave Ta coma. Addresc T-64, Times. SITUATION FEMALE DRESSMAKINO wanted. Sewing, children a specialty, $1.60 per day, or by the piece. 2519 So. Wllkeson. Main 3957. HELP-MALE WANTED—An engineer and edgcr- Jnan wtth $500 each. Money mak ing proposition. Address R. F. D. 2 Box 93, Auburn. WANTED—Three hoys; a good proposition to a hustler. Ask for Burk, 11 o'clock, Times. t SOLICITORS wanted for city work. Apply R. Q. Smith, Ths Times, Tacoma, Wn. IS good tiro boys wanted to _*SH_ after school and on Saturdays Good money for light kind of bora See Mr. Armstrong, at Times office 10:30 Saturday morning, or any afternoon FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS FOR SALE JMISCELLANEOUS X__^*^*_f %* _^_===___. ■«««HV_/ !~-x£~~jL^*t^' "^*' • '-** 4"^ Full rubber soles and heels 11.35 Same, Neolln or Halata Reltlng $1.60 Waterproof. Wears better than leather. Rubber heels 35c Work absolutely guaranteed. WHEN YOU BEE IT IN OUR AI) IT'S so Good as new drop head sewing ma chines In Sinner, Wheeler 4. Wll- Kirn, Rotary, White, Standard, New Home, Free and other makes —all complete as to attachments ami guaranteed perfect stitchers — $10 anil up—second-hand bos tops— all makes—s2 and up. Latest now Diop-Hcad Machinet on installments at 75c per week. Machine*! rented by week or month. SINOER SEWING MACHINE STORE Phone Main 6763. 319 So. llth st. 1)1? KTYIC KYK srwi-VLisT i.»ii. i l_> tv tios-!> Nat. Realty Main 111 KAY-GOODKIND CO. Auctioneers and Brokers 1124 Commerce st. Main 1244. We sell real estate, household fur niture, merchandise of all kinds at auction and private sale. Goods bought outright for cash or sold on commission. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 20 years in this line. See us before huylng or selling. We sell for cash or on terms only. No exchanges. MAIIA.FAY Insures. 306 FideTlty Bldg, Main 1737. FOR RENT—I96-acre dairy ranch, farm buildings and house, near Parkland. Inquire Dowd, 1003 Fi delity. Main 3949. HAVE bought 3t. Paul Hotel fur nlture of 31 rooms. Rare bar gains for quick sale. J. O. Purkey, 1315 Broadway. TEAM for sale, weight 2800 lbs Price $175. Call Main 1850. SALT SALMON, 260 each, at the National Fish Co., 102 So. 16th. BERRY PLANTS AT WHOLESALH PRlCES—Blackberries, raspber ries, loganberries, strawberries, gooseberries, dewberries, currants, grapes, rhubarb and asparagus. Write for price list. Rosecroft Fruit Farm. Sumner. Wash. TWO drop head sewing machines, choice $6. 93S Tacoma ay. 1 CAN fit you with 15.00 eye glas7 es for $1.00. Broken lenses du pllcated. Stlne, 1324 Broadway. Golden Rule Furn. Co. Bargains In everything. 1149 Broadway. Phone Main 1640. GET your shoes repaired at r.Uuo ed prices at Carlson's Shoe Van* tory. 1111 Commerce. PIANO tuning, expert repairing. T. T. Richmond. 1011 So. llth. Mala 1414. WANTED—Hofrs, cattle, veal, hides, poultry. Will call for same. Pay highest market price. Tacoma Meat Co. Main 2400; after business hours Main 8381. • FOR SALE-AUTOS If you want to orspose or your car. place a want ad Id this column. STUDEBAKER, SERIES 17. CALL MAIN 3321 For this great sacrifice will be disposed of. RENT-HOUSES AUTO DELIVERY CO. TEAM and auto trucks. Local and long distance moving. Main 8401. Night service. 712 Commerce. " MOVING Long or short dUtance. City Traas fer A Storage Co. Main 441. Tacoma-Seattle Moving WE can save you money. McLean, the contract mover. Main 11(0. THE,TACOMA TIMES. WADSWORTH CANDIDATE J. L. Wadsworth, wiio held the office of county auditor during 1!»13 and 1914, formally an nounced his candidacy for the of fice of city controller today. Wadsworth points to his record ac auditor, and declares that lie will be an Independent candidate, without affiliation with any "liiie-up" or combination. WANTED TO BUY WANT TO BUT—Twla cylinder mo torcycle; must bo In good Condi- Hon and cheap. Phone Main 11S5. YVANTKH To HI'Y--Klx~goo<Thens (or early setting. Buff Orping> tons preferred, win take aay bi« variety. Stati' plica and vga of Inns. Phone Main fi243. GOOD second-hand furniture. Ta coma Ay. F"r. Ex., 913 Tacoma ay. Main SIWi. WANTKD—Furniture of all klnde Immediately; pay good price*. Lewis Fur. Co., 1004 Tacoma ay. Main 21121. FIJHNITURH and etoveir Phone Main 1720. WANTED TO BUT—fled furniture, stoves and hardware. Purkey Brothers. 1316 Broadway. RENT FLATS 911-11',. No. 12th St., duplex flat for rent, furnished, upper and lower each $15. Call Main 8378. A^ LOCAL representatives wanted. Either men or women. Make Rood money during your spare time, o expense. We furnish everything, Write R. Q. Smith, or The Tlmee. Tacoma, Wash. SOLICITOR wanted for mall sub scriptlon work. Good proposi tion. References necessary. Com mission proposition. R. O. Smith, The Times. Tacoma. Wash. REAL ESTATE W ■"■ ■»■»»«■"«■ tIMMMMMM ** ** ~ ~ ~ ■** i*v*_-_^r-__j->j'_rx>o» For Qyiick Sale Two lots, B-room cottage, electric lights, sewer, water, bath, etc.; finished In slashed fir, beam cell ing; paved streets; H4 blocks from Pt. Defiance car line and North Oakes st. Price $1400. Call 502 Equitable Hldg. Main 5375. FIVITACREi Waterfront. 3-room house; a snap. Will trade what you offer. Call at office. 0. N. JOHNS 200 National Bank Tacoma Bldg. FOR SALE or trado for real estate", dairy farm, located on the best fruit and dairy district in B. C. For particular address O. D. Tlbblts, Ta conia, general delivery. MAHAI'FAY Insures^ 306 Fidelity Hldg. Main 1737. 18-ACUrS IMPROVED ALFALFA FARM. A family can easily make a good living on It. Offered way below value in order to raise $1000 cash; balance easy terms at 7%. See OWNER at 6419 South Verde st. or at 328 California Bldg. LEGAL NOTICES. BOND CALL—..otTee ts hereby given that the following numbered Bonds of the following numbered Local Improvement Districts of the City of Tacoma, are called for pay ment, and that Interest on same ceases February 4. 1916: Local Improvement District itfo. 410 Bonds 534 to 605 Inclusive CHAS. D. ATKINS, City Treasurer Feby. 4, 1916. . i_. — z Eatonville Tacoma Stage llth St., Opp. Postofflos Leave Taooma, 8 a. ni., 4 p. aa. Leave Eatonville. I a. m . t:SO p. m. i | OLYMPIA-DUPONT STAGE Via Dnpont Leaves Donnelly Hotel, Tsco ma, at ( a. m, 11 a. m. and 4 p. in. Leaves Kneeland Hotel, Olympla, at 8 a. m„ 1:30 and 6:30 p. ra. I'liona: Main 769. Subject to change without no tics. (Shucks! If the Paper Hadn't a Oive Out We'd Seen Slim!) PREDICT WILSON'S PROGRAM WILL WIN ALIOARI) PRESIDENT WIL SONS SPECIAL TRAIN EN ROITE TO WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.—President Wilson's pre- imredness program will be adapt ed by congress before the end ot March, those close to him pre dicted today. The president arrived in Wash ington this afternoon and it is said he will soon begin plans lor BODY OF WOMAN FOUND IN LAKE LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4.—Willi F;irk lake today, a man's handkerchief twisted ' Polite believe she was stran around her throat the body of sled and thrown into the water, an unidentified, fashionably at- Her face bore an expression of trlrcd woman was found in Echo horror and fright. Readers of the Times See the Fonnir Best "Comics" In America EVERETT TRUE, THE PEST KILLER, IS jPPpljf THE OLDEST OF THE QUARTET. HE HAS |rxs\\^^ BEEN WITH US FOR YEARS. EVERYBODY EVERETT, BECAUSE HE HAS NERVE A IeNOUGH TO DO WHAT WE'D ALL LIKE TO J IdO, ON _______ THE DUFFS ARE AN AWFULLY HUMAN | /**\ FAMILY. NOBODY CAN HELP LIKING TOM, ff '" Sfcjr HE'S SUCH GOOD FUN, AND WE ALL ADMIRE Iferi Sfrk HELEN. _t_f J !___ fm-Wfam FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ARE A PILE VmMhi.mm OF FUN. THE KIDS ESPECIALLY ARE CRAZY F-^ffl_W OVER THE FRECKLES STRIP; BUT THAT Hi -iWir# DOESN'T MEAN THAT THE OLDER FOLKS Hffiffllry AREN'T, TOO. jBjI&llr. AND IF YOU AREN'T FOLLOWING HARRI ; W^K4,GAN YOU ARE MISSING A LAUGH THAT WILL JISa|_^MSHAKE YOUR DIAPHRAM EVERY DAY. *_|^B HAS THE SORT OF WIT HIS NAME gjgJg Hac=-INDICATES HE MIGHT HAVE. a southern trip. While he holds that the middle western trip "far exceeded tlie most optimistic pre dictions" his friends believed lie should go fiirther west and tho soutii to arouse those portions of the country for preparedness. Fern auxiliary, O. K. S„ will tU!._ iiootuaijß s|i|) idem Mrs. George I.co, U9Ol North 2 Ist st. Mrs. Florence l.iston and Mrs. Fred Stevens will assist. WOMEN POST BILLS Twenty women have filled Hie places of men employes of a large London bill posting firm who have gone to the front. I'ndlsmnyed they climb ladders In the streets and wield brush and paste bucket. PAGE SEVEN BY BLOSSER