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a^l ' ' '' r ; j; ■ct Be* *■•?■- ' v •* lAa^H v!. " ' ''' >B ■ wF A ' ' ' te^fl I f ■ '■ ~1 v ■ ■ ' * '*<&tJa*^Mfl I^^ ODMHKR s\VS: Confidence in One's Fellow-Man Tends to Happiness in Ones-self I've Got the Goods And Hip Hl'illlv In turn mmi oul :i Suit, Ow-rtojit or pair of Ciints tlii'.t Will mil IMl) til, but look well on ><>n. The Cloth*-!. I mane uri' CUt and liiinrt-tailorfd to your MMan with the sniup raif, ukill iiiul KCeurtC) U if >o'i pulil ;»|cf \ph, and tlirlre the tnottll for tiiciii elsfwhere. I wwnt miii td h:i\p COXFIDBNCK in nip, il WOB'I be miu (iliiced let me niHkf >on h Suit. Coal or i>air of J'antM from *>n« of the nianv fine piMM at cloth in my Itoek— esery gar iiient liiude carries ni> |juii-onal guaVMtM lh;il it will be to |imr entire h;miMftirti<>n. SA $15 & $20 p^ $3.75 Scotch Tailors I. COMBRR, MHuager PACIKir %VKMI'K AT TV\ Kl.l TH HTRKKT Pitchers Start a Little Wild Tlie Lincoln I'mK big!) irbool ■opbomorci defeated the frefh iiien M'Menlay In tile lirtst laso ball game of tiir IMMOB, h\ i)ip it-ore of I] to ;i. At Siartiuni hi^ii, Hip soiilio nior*-* heat tka Mlltri 1 to n in a K'Uim- that whs played in mid fly A Whole State fflßk ■ March 29 to ■ I April 3. I H Tanuna urn}-, your nssiMnnct. H H Join die "V" Now—then get an- H I other. H I ion KAOOMA— 4 WILL ■ I Scandinavian American Bank I H ••Tlir llnnk Thnt H.l|.«" H J r»<OM\ ||| M«»* Mill I 111 II \ I'AIIKIC A»rl». wtz pass w^V-v">"^o. pa. *!?rr MJH I.Ota, m Wllke«on. Caibonado. Fairfai' V..'. Vni "*• |:»ia. m. Oray» Harbor Line- Via Point Lino * Olympia i-aiS"* --•16 a.m. Portland Local—Via Telra and 80. Ta'ma a-??* 1* 1:11 a.m. Raymond * bo. liend via Yelm an.l 80. Taboma ••21 «it 10:10 a. in. S«»tt o i-'ical-Stattlo and Intermoo'laU .. li* ** 1141 p. m. Baattle— I rom Portland. Raymond and So Bond. I<ll«-» via 1 elm and So. Taioma ...,. |00 p.m. Oraya Har Local-V.a Point Defiance .....".'." i 7« pni -4:10 4, m- Mill Val. Um.—Blllin«e. Kan. City. 8t iiouli V on P'"•■ 4.40 p. in. Statilo I•■it.m Gray. Har. via Pt. Daflanca * V ,„"■ * I |00p. m. OrtU» Carbonado. Burkley, K.na.k.t ... iiiS1"*- --|:45 o. in. Portland Special via Pt. Defiant, A Centra la «f? ai * |:4I p m. Raymond A So. Mend via Pt Defanc* 1.5 "■ **■ 110 p m Qray« Harbor Exp — Via Ukevlew * Oupont' i»:!iPni rot p. m. Ho• Coa.t Llm.-rfnokan.. Butt., Bt. Paul. "<?",: M JjD ■» lt:4sp. m ■•■attle-From Qruya Har. via Ho Tacoma . l!'*Al>n'- -1:10p.m. Beattlr—Krom Portland via PL l)«flanc« .. " J?? I'"*' 1:10 p.m. ■•atll«—From Cray. Uarbcr via Pt. D«flanci 112 p' ™- <iii:m ><inrni:n> nv. ■»■••• Dig. n». «:Csa.m. Phoro j.lnf i Kveiott, Belllnarhum. Van. B.C is ax „ 11:46 p. m. Bhoru Lino tip Portland and Intermediate . «:««'• m -1.00 p.m. Intel. Um.—Kverett Belllnghnm. Vnn B G Knna-m I i,j p. m. Inter. Llm—Urlncipal itntinnii to Portland " Jti p'm -1:41 p.m. Oritntal Urn—Spokane. Bt. Paul and Chicago" in'aa" m 1:46 p.m. Southeast Kxp rfpokane, Hllllngn. Kansas City "' m -1:45 p.m. Kbbl Mull (Mall and i:\prc»n only) .... 7. 0 . i,»0:0(^,- r h-~- MOwf i-"!C* <::+«^_Htinni l [ham. Vancouver. B. C.'.'. iroi «" HI mi..}'.;?**. in. "Owl"—PortUnd nml infcTax'dlata ••!« V,! I iiiiij'i-'W^ TArOMA-KAITBttX KAiUV.JH - ---vJ! '"• I Ifjftfl a. m. .••hfont. Morton i... •• OjfcV «-iui ai.ii iiiiwaimdk a «T. PAVL ' 9 C%. m. Oraya Har Bptv. —Aberdeen. Hoqulam, Raymond tolb ml Ikm Olympian —Spoknne, MUioula. Mutt*. It Paul. I Chicago. |:J* p . —^ I BU|m Columbian— Spokane. UUaoula. Bull*, at Paul. I Chicago Md g. A o-W It. « 1». CO. * I |A (Union Depot.) I Mnrtland and (iraya Harbor Owl 4:41 a « ■toiti* Focal U:««p.a.| M|ta Umlied •:«• p. « I Mil'), t :i»i ail) tosith 1:3'» ii in l| •••• ••••••••••• .• <^ 1 season form, cm opt for sonic of thf work of tlie pitrhern, who lind troulile Ut-eiiiiiK the ball in the Ktiielluni. OAKLAND TO BUILD $1,250,000 TANKER SAX FRANCISCO. March :'4. A stpi'l ol) tnnker to tost |1,« :''o.ui'O win i.c imiit at Oakland in thf next I .'> inoiiilis hy :lie Moore & Reott Iron works for tba ihiiiHiecii PttroUun Co. of \<« York. RUSSHALLIS . SIGNING FAST BUNCH OF MEN After working until a late ho'ir last ni'-iit. the schedule commit tee of tlie Northwestern league will begin again today in an ef fort to dope nut a |>la> ing sched ule lor the lit 16 him-mi The committee roiiiijoned of Uush Hall, .100 McCinnity and Bob Urown toiled for hours yes terday in the Seattle hotel with the difficult problem without Meeaw. The main trouble is arranging the schedule so that the Montana teams will play ull of the early games on the coiist. The had weather there makes games out of the ■! mis! inn William Finnerari, of the Fed eral league: (Jurnet Hugh, of Hie Coast laagM and Harry llowell, a former St. l.ouit. pitclier, were appointed iiinplres yesterday by President Hlewett. Ran I hill explained yesterday THINGS ARE LOOKING ROSIER FOR TIGERS Kiihs llal! is beginning toi breath deeply again. With the committee headed by County Auditor .Morris Mill nelling books by the dozens, ihe financial cou dltions of Hie Taconia baseball club are looking i|iiitp rosy. 1-ouis Mean, of the T. H. & P., is sneaking up on the banks md PRESIDENT WILSON WOULD BE A PLAIN "DUFFER" IF HE WERE NOT PRESIDENT Former PrcHldent Taft Mhow nat left < oinpletlng a drive. PreHident Wilson nt right trying dif ficult ;l|i|il'iilli 11. MINNEAPOLIS, March 24— If It were not for the fact that he is president, Woodrow Wllsun might l>f ctMMd bs r "duffer" among golfers, arcordlng to George Sargent, new profeHaiontil at the Interlarhen club. Sarge>nt, for five years instruc tor to the nation's chief execu tive, William Taft and Wilßon, on the links at Chevy Chase, Washington. Rays Wilson Is an enthusiastic golfer but his game contexts mostly of knocking the little sphere abo\it. Before international dlplonin- Eight Fast Bouts and Mulligan atSpanaway Not the lea6t of the eight live ly bouts on the card for tomor row night at the Spanaway Ath letic club will lie Those Present vs. that Famous Spanaway Chick eu Mulligan. It will be a free for-all at catch weights. Two special events are on the hill, one between Paul Steele and Earl Couners, Tacoma, catch weights; the other betwen Ran dolph Davidson, Spanuway, and I, Richmon, Tacoma, catch weights. The other six events are as follows: Cecil Whiteside, Spana way, and William Stevenson, Parkland, 90 lbs.; Oeorge Sulli van, Tncoma, and Ralph Rail, Orchard Mill 138; Ray McGee, Spanaway, and Lester Buck, Spnnaway, lift) Den Jordan, ■ NOW IS THE TIME I To bring In that old Pan- I unit Hat and get It re- I blocked and cleaned In the I latest style by expert hat I I tera. I BURNSIDE I HAT SHOP I 048 Puciflf Are. THE TAOOMA TIMES over the telephone that he was grabbing a t'.i.-i bunch of players. He Hald lie would be able to an nounce Home of the names Id a day or bo. He Ik dickering now with Me (linnlty for Dick Kaufman. Kauf man had trouble With McUinnity last year and refused to play this ■auoa on his club. McOlnnlty grew huffy and Kald Kaufman would either play with him or else not at all. UnlexH Hall is able to fix up a deal, it ii|>pearß as if the lengthy twirler will not be in uniform this season. Iliili Hiiid the league magnates are glad Tacoma is to have a tlub this year. They are si ill more tickled with the idea that the team will be a strong one and will lant , through tlie season without the help of outsider* to bolster them up in niid-KPuHon. other large business houses in the city and dragging down the HheckleH. It is hoped that the book com mittee will finish its work by tomorrow night. If the books continue to sell today and tomor row as they ha\e, the Tigers will Ket off to a rushing utart. tic relations became complicated Wilson spent much time on the links. Sargent often accompanied the president and instructed him. Now the president does not get much time for golf. However he manages to run out to the course of the Washington Subur ban club, a short automobile ride from the executive mansion. This in a nine hole course, and the president and Mrs. Wilson can motor out there, play one round and be back In an hour. Taft, when president, was a member of the Chevy Chase club. Clover Creek, and Don Wlilte side, Spanaway, 165; Bob O'Far rell, McKinlcy Dill Athletic club, and Carl Kongsbach, Spanaway, l.V>; Biel Price Tacoma and Lloyd Severson, Parkland, 120. W. C. Fowler of Tacoma will be referee. SAWYER TIES CHICK EVANS FRENCH LICK. Ind., March 24.—Chirk rcvans and Ned Saw yer tied yesterday In the quali fying round of the golf tourna ment here. Mascott-Vernon Match Tonight PORTLAND, Ore., March 24.— "Tex" Vernon, ex-falherwelght champion of the Northwest, wily attempt to regain his title tonjafl^l at the Rose City AthletidP^^ when he meets Billy Mamcdfjfl'" a ■lx-round bout. The eTa^imp looked upon Manrott as plcklngs" tho last time they liu<t. to his sorrow, and he la Vow getting himself In first clasjJj," dltlon, ready to put up » AiL>i tie. / W 4 Joe BenJamlH, the S|Mlli| ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ •t HIGH 1.n.<.111s ON ♦ f FKANK MORAN * ♦ 11. was born March 18, • 4> 1887, at Lake and A\ba- <■ ■» bama avenues, Cleveland, •■ «■ of Irish parents. Father # ••■ was born in Kilmeena, near ♦ <$• Weatport, County of Mayo ■•■ # and mother in Caehel, Tip- •• ■v perary. He want to Pitts- <*• 4 burg iv 1892 and lived # ■£■ there except from 1904 to 4> <> 1908 when he was in tho # • navy. Received bin edu- <*• # cation in the public and * ■•> parochial hi hoots of Pitts- • -•> burg. Starred as a foot- •• •■ hall plnyer. Studied den- • • ttstry. Took up l>o\iug at I • ago of l!o. # * <i 4' 4 ■ *■ ♦ <$ ♦ <«> * <$> <8> «> <J> «- * SOMMERS TO MEET WEEKS CENTRALIA, March 24.— Billy Weeks and Al Soinmers of Portland, will stage the head bout at a MMktf next Weilnes day night under the auspices of Company M, X. 0. W. Weeks whu to have boxpd Ivan Miller, but for some reason Dan S;ih, Miller's manager, called the bout off. MANY ENTER TRACK MEET OORVALUS, Ore., March 24. Df. K. J. Stewart, manager of the Far Western track meet which will be held her* April 1, announced today that athletea from nine different institutions had already sent, in entries. He expects entries from every college and club on the coast. and played all his games there, tiareent oppofteri the former pres ident in many matches and de dares he is a really good player. Presidents of the Inited States are not the only high officials whom Sargent has taught. Tie learned his golf in England, where he was born, and before i oming to this country was a pro fessional at two of the largest clubs in the Mritish Isles where lie showed many of the nobility how to take their stance and handle the clubs. He won the national club championship in 190 ft at Knglewood, X. J. wlio gained a decision over Jim my Fox sometime ago, will meet Bert Forbes in another topline event. I TODAY'S MARKET PRICES | <■ ■ t- ■(, v 1- 'S «•«••»>->♦ <S> ■* £ ♦ ♦ WHAT PKODUCKKS GUT « ♦ *>♦♦♦♦«♦#♦>♦♦#<»♦# l'llll.Tltl Honn, live I4c Duck*, live ioig>l2o Spring* live 170 Squabs, live, doz $2 I.IVKSKHK Cowg »email@example.com Heller* 159 C.60 Dressed hogs $809.10 Uretied veil »<f!3o Steers IB.DOg'B.IO Hogs |7.30®8.40 Lamb* IS@S.SO Kwes |««i7.28 «*♦«■♦♦««.♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ i> ♦ WHAT RETAILERS PAT ♦ •♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦««♦♦♦• HI'TTKU. K<M3S, CHEBHB Kreih ranch «■■" 21#l'2c Washington cliee»« l\<SttZa T lumuok 2tC Bc«t butter 34®350 eh 4om StOlOo am, bricks 21!o WHOLKBAIj« MKATS '"♦• IOIOj Helferg HHo Muiiiin. irathart " iiHo lloa;i, tides lie incited hogs, buying It. Steer beef 12V4c Ewe* lOOIOHe ■ nibs lJittfi*/ Whole Hoc 7.7.1U\ L rROTT I |i.ii«2.lS , Moter pear* fl.fl Rex Beach Drama Proves That Romance Still Lives One of the t»'n*e moments i n Hey Heuch'* yr»-»i driunu, "The Ne'er Ho Well,' ut the Apollo until NHlurtluy night. Hex Ueach in "The Ne'er Do Well," has done a service to lit erature and I'ilmdom in provid ing one of the most interesting romances of recent yearn. Ho has thrown a spell of imagina tion over present day affairs, ■irli as the making of the l\m;> ma canal, showing that fancy WILLARD IN FAST WORKOUT Ni:\V YOHK, Maroli 24 — Jess WllUrd, despite his deei bion ,'i day or so ago to ease up 011 his training, cut loose yester day. After a hard nix miles on the road lie spent the remainder of the afternoon in the gym. Beginning with a stiff work out with the pulleys, he shadow boxed for several lightning rounds, then tore into three of his spurring partners for two rounds apiece, and he didn't hold much In reserve wlien he cut loose at them. Monohan. Hem pie and Kodel were all glad when their turns were over Moran, on the other hand, took things easy. He took a short walk in the morning and played around his quarters in the after noon for the movie man. In less than an hour yesterday after the gallery gate was thrown open, every ticket was sold. Hun dreds of disappointed persons were turned away. Ticket spec ulators are holding seats at fa bulous prices. JUckani wag forced to'buy back n box for some friends for $500. He had recmitly sold the same box for $luu. FEAR FOR SAFETY OF GRAIN CARGOES Six sailing vessels laden with wheat from Puget Sound and the Columbia river for the United Kingdom are now about due to arrive. Local shipping men are concerned for their safety as a result of the report yesterday that the Bougainville and Liud field had been sunk. Lemons $3.50@4 Bananas, lb (a Apples 100 and up Qrnpe fruit, Florlila, box $4 Freah frgg, box $1.00 VEGETABLES New potatoes, retail, 2 lbs 23c Potatoes, ton $33 White Hover potatoes, ton ....$25 ("abbaß«, cwt Jj Hi tinsels iprouts, lb 10c Onions, cwt $2,150 Carrots go Merced aweetg $3 50 Jer»ey »weot«, bbl $s.iiO Lettuce, head, crate $2.25(3)2.35 Celery, crate $4.50 Radlshei, iliiz bunches 2U".i l.luc Rutabagas, cwt $1.7$ Rliubai'b, lb. retail 10c Leaf I .'-i lin !■. crate $1.26 I lorlda green peppers 300 Cauliflower, crate $2.2502.35 Spnaeli. retail lb 10c Cucumbers. Ions; English, doz. $1.76 minus cm umbers, retail 20c Pai-sley, dwz 80©35e l''lorlda tomatoes ii.it.. J-Tn . Artichokes retail, t Tor 25c lit-cts, sack $1.25 Parsnips sack $1.25 String beans, retail, lb 26c ['XX plant, retail, lb tsc Asparagus, lb 9(9 lie Ffoun Amorat $6.30*5" Pyramid 15.45 . union Ji 7i Whole wlioat, bblß $6.30 Drifted Snow 15.45 Olympic $5.45 Might Might $7.1S Occident 17.40 .ijliai'i. uMa $1.2} HAY AND GRAIN Wheat, ton $3*o r> Corn $$S®"> Bran $2t Mixed timothy iiZitti imiih. car $30 Uarley %::i,,.t, Mliidltns* $33211 Bhorts $2$ Timothy ..« 1340:1 Alfalfa $24^25 Rolled oats $32.00 Hops, 1915 crop ItOlie Hope. Hit contracts ....11Vj@)2c WARNING! The man or woman who falls or refuses to examine the prices on our stock of groceries willfully throws their money away. Open Saturday, Feb. 10. PACIFIC GROCETKRIA IS 10 Pacific Air. Steamers Tacoma and Indianapolis for oealtlo L«ave Municipal Duck. Taoß ma. 1 l». too. U.tt a. m; l»* $:••. t:M, »:••, » 00 p sjl Leave Colme.o Dock. Beattla. f:«0. 1:00. 11:01 a. m.; > •«. $:•». • :»0, 7:08. • :ll p. m. Fiittil and Vlnaet fltemners. sinaTie rare. $t«; Round Trt», Bleat Heuad Trlsw llally, s, ■. JUIfB* A«..i. f)fflp» Municipal Dock. U. 1441. I has as great a jilny now as in ; the duys of lace collars, biuklod : ■hOM and knee bri'eches. ' Tne Ne'er Do Well." which lias ii holding audiences at the Apollo In a h pfII. also has an absorbing jilot ending with a wholesome moral for WWMfI who are iiileresU'd in men other than their own lniebands. WHERE TACOMA IS AMUSING ITSELF Theaters TACOMA Tlhiis(lh), Friday and Sat iirdu.y—"The fonteat of Na tions," li> 'I'm 'tin.-i v( li-.nl tiliUdt—■ HkX.K.NT—-(KMI'HKBS) Dark. Thewter i>finn re modelled. I'ANTAfIES "The Iheajii Pirates," inu -i. :il coined}; good vaudetllle bill. Movies APOLLO "The Ne'er Do Well." with Kathlyn William* and Wheel er OnkniHn. COLONIAL "Poor Little l>e|>|>lna," willi Mary Mrkford. MKI.HOritXE "The Niipreine Test," nith Marj IMckfoid. UHKKTV "Hazel Kirke," with Pearl Wliite. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ABSTKACTB OF TITI.H COMMONWEALTH TITLE TRUST Co.. The Competent. Tel. Mam 101. ■■09 So. 10th St. TACOMA TITLK CO. —Ground floor I'Mil.llty nidg. Main 211*4. ATTOItNKYB ALFRED A. IH'KTIN Lawyer, now loiiittd 1024-25 National Uea'ty nidb". F. W. OHEKNMAM. lawyer. 705-« Ki.lellty Bldg. Tol. Main 1212 AMIKKMKNTS r^m7p~Tir >Th«r'Bmoko Houae. U0« Commerce; neatly and enmforta- Dly appointed for cigars, tobaccos. cards, candles, soft drinks and light lunches. AMIICI.ANCKS *"u"toMObTli! ambulance. Only one In city. Main 43. C AKI'KT BiCATING * CLEANIMQ lACOMA RUQ FACTORY — Our method of cleaning carpet! with compressed air and aleam makes a perfect Job. Absolutely no woar on carpets or rugs LaylnsT. refitting. 1116 O. Main 7784. CABINET WOKKB EVERYTHINQ of wood mad* and repaired. Hand Craft Cabinet Works. 9th and Q sts. Main 5474. CARPET CLKANINO 11. U HOUCK—Carpet beating, re fitting and laying; feather reno vating and upholstering till Itb «v. Main 828. COUNTY WATER SIPPI IKS SEPTIC tanks, country water sup plies. Coffee Plumbing Co.. 1011 A »t. Main 670. DRATJIOIgI Commercial Truck A Storage Co.— Furniture moved, packed and • tored. Team and auto vans. Fire proof warehouse. Best corps of trained men In city. Main 766. DENTIST* UR. JOHNSON. Harvard Dental Parlors, 1112H Paclflo ay, over Crown Drug; Store Main 8201. EI.KCTRIC FUTURES AND HI Til IKS ELECTRICAL construction. Edtaon Ma*da lamps. City Electric Co.. "10 Cal. nidg. Main 266». HAT., tiHAlft, VVKh PETICRBON BROS.. 1002 Bo X sL Main S3l. MOOKKME .D'S BATHS MOOREFIELD BATUS For Rheumatism. Kidney Diseases La Grippe. Open day and nla-ht ?02H Paelflc ay. Main 6?g t . '"ht" HOMBV TO LOAN U.t 1)1 I mi> vitt JKWHI.RV AM. CLOTHINQ MONEY TO LOAN at liberal rates on diamonds. Jewelry, guns BO tH hl Hn'l3 1 Q Ij' Jcgm.' nyt'""' O< V*l»* rATtJUT ATTOItNKYa ELLioTT^e'lo" Bkra Truat" "patents" Tude Marks. Drawings. Main «770 l I'AINTI.NQ M I'APKRHANiiiVQ FKANK A HANSSON. 7S« BL H.l tna ay. Phone Main 1142. PHTBIOIAW DP. WAKKBH BRC /v N—Diseases of women and genlto-urinary and skin diseases. 1101 Commerce st DR PKTERSEN-DANA, liTTfeTiln" ■ .' 8c»n<lln»vian Am. Bank). Office, M«'n_imj_r«s : . Mah^ «77. Vlk.7 r SMITH 101-irFTFaTdF Office. Main »17; res., Main »4T. DR. FORR!MANr^L'RaEidN! Bankers Trust Bids. Dlt. TOCuili SaT ReiTlty Bldg. Day, Main 101; Proc 17S«. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916 J. COZZA & SONS 323 11th st. HPHTIALfI FOR SATIHDAY 3 lbs. Best Creamery Butter for 03c Strictly Ranch Kggs, 2 doz. for Me Extra Special 4 cans Mt. Vernon Milk for :«•<• 4 cans Columbus Brand Tomatoes 3<>c The finest brands of Im ported Italian Olive Oils at reduced prices— 1-gal. tins MM %«•*! $1.05 Qt. tins .W I'ancy Tillamook Cheese, new shipment direct from the fuctoiy, special tonioi row, lh i!-lc Fancy KimburßPr, each. .2Jc I'ure Apple Cider Vinesar, qt. liottlea, each 12c Mason Qts. Fancy Assorted Pickles, each l!Oc Imported Pimentoe Stuffed Olives, 10-oz. size ■§■ Old Faithful Dill PicUles, in lingo tins, fresh from the field, 2 cans Ml Saturday wo in- j^a^^j atisui ati our S. \ E2ES H. Green Stani|> K^ICT System. Double S■ jK^"a X, II Green Stamps IMB all day Saturday. cSHSL We Delivery. CLUB WILL HEAR MUTCH'S CHARGES AGAINST SCHOOLS The Itotary club voted day to Investixatp rliarKe* by Lettlie R. Mutch, human science advociilo, (hat the curriculum In the city schools i* badly nirau ized. Eatonville Tacnma Stage Ilth St., Opp. PostofflM Leave Tacoma, 8 a. m., 4pm Leave Kntonvllle. 8 a. m . B'3o p. in. M AVKM.KHB TACOMA GARBAGE CO.. Oliver _Henry. Mgr. 2816 A it. Main ii4OC AMERICAN QAIIBAOi CO. — Re~^ moving garbage and refuse o( all kinds. :'1(l Puy. ay. M 'itl U«« THi. BAI4AIIV AND < HA II 1.1, tAAMI MONEY ON ORKDIT ~** Our business la that of Mipplylnc Money on Credit" to honest mea hi 'I women, employed or having » regular Income, without security, and to others on furniture, pianos and storage receipt!. COAST FINANCE COMPANT 210 Banker!! Truit Bldg. BALARV LOANS LOAN of 15 to 1100 to tliu enl>.iie4 v. 01 km k mk'n without sennlty or Indorsement. Standard Credit Co., i«r, Hunkers Trust Hl«l|f. rXUKHTAKKIIH C. O. LYNN CO.. Funeral Director*. _ JlO Tacoma ay. Main 7748. BUCKLEY-KINO CO.—Professional Funeral Director!. 710-111 at. Helena. Phone Main 411. CABHEDY. ALLEN — McDONNKLL CO.—Funeral directors. 1110 B*. 12th. Main 1161. SO. TACOMA~FUNERAL PARLOIUL 843S Union ay. Main 1011. Qe£ W PUier AGENTS SOLICITOR wanted for mall aub icrlptlon work. Qood propoel tlon. References necessary. Cora tnlaalon proposition. 11. 0 Sin.in. The Tlmea. Tipomt. Waah KAI X DRI'OSIT VAl'l/M FIDELITY TRUST CO 8 SAFE DB POHIT VAULTB. Ground floor. It A 7.01 tH SHARPENED WE sharpen safety razor bludua. All work kmit Mint oil. Mr.Millan HrnH.. !HH Hrmnlwiiy. EXCHANGE TISADE for city property, 6-a. chicken rniuli, 5-r. Mouse, fruit trees, small fruits gaud well. Q-4, T.ine*. MONEY TO LOAN OUR OWN MONET FOR CITY AND FARM LOANS W. N. DOUB A CO., INC. &08-4 California Bldg. Main 21I» I'IiIVATE money to loan, $50 t<» 11000, no commission. Payments to suit Call 621S 80. Fife. Felix Uubois. 10000 to loan at 7 and i per rent. Other money at I per cent In* quire of J. L. Bnepp, 1121 Fidelity, Bldg. Main 4994. 1 HAVE 110,000 to loan on Impror cd city or farm property la amounts from 1(00 up. Call M«l» 6 AND 7 PER CENT~~ On improved real eatate or for, building. Money advanced a* build* Ing progresses. U R. Manning A Co.. Equitable Bid LOAN'S — Bhort or long term any amount. 411 California Bids;. $ 1,900 and $600 to loan ImniodiateTyT C. D. Grant. 11l Bankers Trust MONEY loaned on Improved uroo erty. 7 per cent MarchMcOanl* less Co., 117 80. 11th St. Berlin Bit. MORTUAQB LOANS. Anounli fro« $100 up; clt* or farm; M vest rates. KORTOtf * CO. *MJg«£»»y IX3ANB for home building "or !•» pay off old mortgages. Lowest rates, special privileges to bonow «rs—l to I years. Money always oa hand—no dela». H. J. BCHWINN * CO., Inc. 116-19 Tacoma Bldg. hhok iiKr-inmo Werner * Moe., Ooodycar Quick Shoe Kepair Co. Itl Commerce.