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"Can't Submarine Us Out of Jobs" "We've got our periscopes busy and we aren't going to let thorn submarine us out of our jobs.'' Justice of the Peace Graham, thumbs in vest, tttood up In Judge Eafterday'a court Saturday .md flung a fatherly challenge at K. Q. Hoge, Frank Magili and Charles L. Westcott, who .vant to be justices of the peace and who are trying to compel County Auditor Morris let them file. The combatants resembled jus tices of war rather than of pea<'e. Justices Graham and Mnck claim they were elected for Tour year terms. With The Churches Cknrrb ■•tires lor The Tlme» •anal in- in ila* Editorial <>m.<- i«j 4p. m. rrliln>«. Oaljr <*....<■ Dollrra ea»»ll>d *arb itttk ->ni v. pui* lUhrd I.IITIllr.n.Al» Our Savior's Kvannellcal Luther an, cor. 17Hi and J sic. Roy. O J Ordal. Service 11 it. m.; communion, 10:30 a. m.. In KiiKliah; nervier R p. in. In Niii wi'niiui St. Paul's hjimii l.utneran. So. Uth and 1. st*.. Rev. P. N. M. Carl ■cn, pastor. Bervlces, 11:00 a. m.; Young People's meeting- second and fourth Thursday, 8 p. m.; S. 3, 10 a. in. First Swedish Lutheran. Rev. E. C. Bloornqulst, pastor. Services. 11 a. m. and I p. m.; S. 8.. i) 30 a. m. 80. Tacomo Norwegian. Warner and Mad. U. Hagaen, postor. t'nlte with Immanuel at Pt. Defiance. Immanuel, No. 14th and Stevens; O. HaKt*es. pastor. Open ulr service In Pt. Defiance park, 10:30 a. m. St. Paul's Evangelical. 27th and Taroina, Itev. K. C. Aye Lallemant, pastor. S. S.. 9:30 a. m.; service in ■'••in.in in :in a. in. DIKTHOUIST First Methodist church, So. Itti and a. Delmer H. Trimble, minis ter. Bervices 10:30 a. m. and 7:20 D. in S. S., noon: Kpworth league, • :15 p. m. Patriotic service In moiting; service In Stadium, even- Ing. Bethany Methodist church 59th and Thompson ay., Rev. W. H. M leck, pastor, bervices 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in.; ICpwortli league 7:30 p. m. Mason Methodist Episcopal, Robt. J. Reid, minister. Bible school. 1:45 a. in.; scrvlrcn. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in , Junloi) league, 3 p. m.: Epwurth league, ti:3o p. in. Bt Paul's, So. 43d and I. its.. Her. W. H. Baker, pastor. Sunday ■chool, 9.4S a. m. Treadling services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Epwoi Ui lAiiK'ie, 0.30 p. m.; prayer sneetlng, Thursday, 8 p. in. Norwegian- Danish M. E. church. cor. Ktli and J ata. Servlcea. lla. m. and « 30 p. in.; S. s. ]0 n m: N. I. Hanson, pastor. Epwurth league, 7 p. in. Trinity. East 35th on-1 F st« F I* Hoorc S. S., and church 10:30 until 12. Pern HIM Methodist Episcopal tliurt'li. 84lli and O Ms. J. 11 Ber rlngi i. pastor. S. s. 10 a. m.; serv ices 1 In. in. and 7:10 p. m.; Kp irortli Ltr.gue, C:3O p. in. RPISI IIPJiI. tt. Lukes Memorial church. Broadway anil *tli ay., Rev. F. W Koator. bishop; Rev. F. T. Webb. Vicar. Services 7:30 and 11 a n> , & b., 9:45 a. hi. St. Andrews church. No. Bth and Oak. * it*-. Itev. Frederick Webb, KvfiiinK prayer and st-rnion, s p. Trinity church. Vo. Sd and X, Hey. C. Y. Crimea, rector. Morning ■ervk'e. 11 a. m.; S. S, 9:45 a. ni ; •rvlces Tuesday and Friday, 4 p. Church of Holy Communion, So. 14th and I. Itev. It H. McGlnnla. pastor. Karly service. 7:30 a. m.; 8. S., 9:15 a. in.; morning prayer, 11 a. m. Evening prayer, 8 p. m. roMiiißiuTin.'iti, East Congregational. Bast :s and E, Rev. A. D Shaw, Ph.D.. pas tor. S. S.. 10 a. m ; worship and ■ermon, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Pam Ar<nue Congregational, !'•» O. l» Fowler, pastor. S 8.. 10 a. m.; morrlng service. 11 a. m: T. P. 8. C. Ji'-, « 30 p. m ; (ervlcea, 7:11 p. m. Pilgrim Congregational. So. 34th and Warner. Herbert Livingstone, pastor. 8. 8., 9:45 a. in.; Junior cnurcli, 10:30 a. m.; sermon, 11 a. m. I'iii:mi\ii:iih\ 11th at. rhapel, bet. Adama and Froctur. Bible school, 10 a. in. U. U Bultd je. First Presbyterian, 80. 10th and 0., undrr the court house tower. Service* 10:30 a. m. and 8.00 p. m.; V. P. S. C. E.. 7 p. m.; Bible school meets 12 o'rlock. Hey. C W. Weyer, pastor. Junior P. X., 4 p.m. I'nlike many business concern* a bunk has no bargains to offer—the services which we have to extend remain the same. Wo realize that cur beat advertisement must be oar customers and friends, and are devoting this space to the encouragement and assistance of all movements which have for their object the promotion of the best interest* of Tacom*. A Splendid Success Congratulations are due to the Stadi um committee and all who had a part in the "First Annual Stadium Musical." It was a splendid success and has given Tacoma one more demonstration of the wonderful asset we have in our Stadium The National Bank of Tacoma •TAOOMA'S OLDEST ANl> LARGEST BANK" I AGENCY HUDSON, 1 PACKARD TOUKINO GABS AND TRUCKS / PACIFIC CAR CO. Ko. Sad and G. Main 18». The three would-be just'ees claim they're entitled to only n.•> years and that there should re another election in the fall. It all arose on account of the legislature's sUp-u:> in the word ing of the law of 1913. Hoge, Westcott and Maglll »e --cuned the two Justices of fighting the case for campaign dope. "It's as plain as the nose on your face," commented Justice Giuliani. 'Any lawyer who's I)een vaccinated with the law —and it has taken—can see they haven't any right to run for our jobs." Rev. Van iler l«m of Seattle, pitMuheß in evening. Immanuet Presbyterian. No. J and tth, Robert H. Mllliunn. minister MornlnK Hvrvlce, 10::S0; S. S. at 12 noon; Y. IV 8. C. !•;., 7 p. m. No cvnnliig service. iiav.-O. M. Jones of North Vuklma will preach. BAPTIST First Baptist, 9th and Market, rtev. James B. West, pastor. Serv lees 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; H. S., 9:45 a. m.; B. Y. P. U., 6:45 p. m. Hi ilis.'iln Hupiist. So. 45th and X, 8. S., 9:45 a. m.; preaching*, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; prayer meeting, Thursday, 7:30 p. m.; B. Y. P. l>., 6:45 p. m. Mr. S. W. Star<|iilst will preach. South Tscoma Baptlat church. .!•> <Oth and Warner stn.. Ilev. Ransom Uarvey, pastor. B. 8., 10 a. in ; •ervlcea at 11 a. m. only. German Baptist church, So. 20th and J, H. A. Blanduu, pastor. S».rv- Ices 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m ; S. 3.. 10 a. m.; B. Y. P. U, 6:30 p. m. < IIIUNII \ V Flrat Christian church. 6th ay. •nd X r-ts., W. A. Moore pastor. y:4."> Blhle school; scriunn. 10:30 a. m.; C. X., 7:00 p. m.; si'iinim at I p. m. by Evangelist Howard AI. nun, BVANI.RI.II Al. t-wciirii Tabernacle, Cor. So. '.3th jll.] I Ms, II Bundqulst. pastor. S<'i vices,, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Illble scbool U:4."> a. m.; Young Peo ple's Horiety, 6:30 p. m. < iiuis'i'i%\ srircxcei First Church of Christ, Scientist. Div. ay. and 1 sts. Bervices 11 a. m. S. S.. 9:45 a. m.; Wednesday cveniiiK tPHtlmonlal ni'»>t li>k N I'- ■■! rending roomi 617 I'rmldrnt building. Subject, "LoVC" IMMI'IIIVCIIH Pentecostal Church of the Naiar cne, cor. 11th and J. 8. S.. 10 a. m ; preai lilnft, 11 a. m. nml 7:4 ip. in. Itcv. S. P. West Held, pastor. Ufiafway center, 229 Provident Bldg., Rev. Frank O. Garrison, pas tor. Services Sunday, 11 a. m.; Thursday, 8 p. m. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter L'*y Saints hold services on Sunday at 1117 H Tacoma ay S. S., 10 a m. Master Christian lit-aling claaa. Tuesday, 3 p. m. Onlty Th*osophleal lodfe m««t» room 229 Provident Bhlg., Tluns day at 3 p. m. Order of the Star In th* East meets every first and third Tuei' day evening, 7:45, at 7l»Vi So. II Society of Frlend3, Eaat Sld< meeting' Bible school, 9:45 a. m ; Y. P. S. C. i:. 6:30 p. in.; aervlcei .iO p. m. Tacoma Theosophlcal society, ev ery eThursduy, 8 p. m.. at 719 So. E. Tacoma I'nlty Center meets ev ery Wednesday, 2 p. m., Maccabees' hall. Mrs. Kllzabeth Wliltcsldo will conduct meetings. Penlcl Mission. 615 Eo. 13th. Meets every night but Monday. Sunday eve at 3 p. m. Progressive Spiritual society. Meets .Sunday at Tacoma Music hall 2:30 and 8 p. m.; circle, 6 p. m : mid week meeting, Thursday. 7:30 p. in Church of the I'nlvergal Message, room 229 Provident Bldg., Rev. Frank O. Garrison, pastor. Services Sunday, 11 a. m.; Thursday, 8 p. m. International Holiness church, 25th and Tacoma ay., Hey. J. E. llntclieson. pastor. S. 8., 10 a. in.; sermon, 21 a. in. and i p. m. Park UolYtnallat, home of New Thoußlit and l>lvlne Science, No. J and Division. K«'v Henry Victor llornn, minister. "Rally Hay" services, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. oicler of tin- Star of the Hast imriH Stintlay evening, X p. m., room J29 Provident Hldg. Discussion by audience. Salvation Army meeting* II a. m.. 1:30, 3, 6:15, 8 p. m. All wikuine. Associated Bible studentn. Odd Fallows' tt-niple, 712 Pacific iiv. H. S.. 1:30 p. m.; discourse, .1 B, m.; Bible study, 4:30 p. m.; symposium. 7 p. m. Restore Steamer Appam NORFOLK, July 29.-Federal Judge Waddel today ordered the captured British liner Ap|>am re stored to its former owners. He held the German government lost all claim to the Appam when the vessel entered American waters. The court held further that the PruHslan-Aruerican treaty of J799, renewed in 1828, does not apply or control in the cane so as to guarantee the prize crew asy lum in United States waters. The action of the German pride court in declaring the Aiipam a prize while the case was in liti gation in the I'nited States courts wag held to luive no effect on the jurisdiction of the courts. Baby Finds Good Home The baby who wanted a home has found it. A week ago a young mother told Cynthia Grey sh? could not take care of her bahy boy, and asked Cynthia to help her find some one who could, and would. Cynthia published a few lines in The Times—a simple state ment that a baby wanted a ho up. Letters began coming to the j)aper at once, asking for the baby. They were sent ot the mother, for her decision. Yesterday, exactly one ,veek from the day the story wan print ed. Mr. Baby, after choosing be tween several good and aMW mothers, was Riven to one who promised to love and care for him as her own. Who says babies are out of fashion? BURGLARS ROB IN DAYLIGHT Using a pass key to unlock the kitchen door, daylight burglars enterp(,' the home of J. C. Todd, 5(12 Sheildan aye., Friday after noon and stole $20 in silver. A collection of old coins, own ed hy Mrs. Todd, was dumped on the floor, lint none of the coins were taken. A large assortment of valuable silverware was left undisturbed. Reynolds Says He's Not Guilty W, P. Reynolds, attorney for the .Milwaukee railroad during tin present longshoremen's strike troubles, who was arrested Thurs day night on charges of driving an automobile while Intoxicate I], appeared in police court Friday afternoon and entered a plea of not guilty. Through Attorney C. O. Bates, who represented him. Keynolds obtained a continuance of !iis case to August 9. Cecil Explains WASHINGTON, D. C. July 29. —British Ambassador Sir Cecil Spring-Kice today gave the state department a formal guarantee regarding the application of the blacklist to American firms. The memorandum promises not to ex tend the blacklist, and declared no firm has been blacklisted un til its German connections were proved. R. R. AGENTS LEARN ABOUT MOUNTAIN Eastern passenger agents of the Milwaukee road, in charge of Maj. I. F. Bahl, former Swiss Alpine climber, now in !h"e enn>loy of the railroad, will spend idle time in Rainier National park, in order to talk intelligently to tour ists. CRIPPLE OFFERS BODY FOR SALE CHICAGO. July 29. —A man signing himself C. F. Igo, 2220 West Division strete. Spokane, has written Mayor William Hale Thompson, offering his body for sale to cover funeral expenses. The man is deformed. ENGLAND'S BAN ON KELLY WILL STAND WASHINGTON, D. C, July 29. —The British government has informed the state department that the order refusing to admit Thomas Kelly and oJseph Smith. Americano bringing relief funds for the Irish, is irrevocable. Money la iv-n»ll> spent in *mall imomta hihl mast be saved in the name w«,y. (let one of our new Pocket Having* lUnks. Tin-) ron utantly remind jrni (hat the eaatart way to make a dollar Is to «aye it. TACOMA SAVINGS BANK & TRUST 00. Mth and Parlfk- 4ve. THE TACOMA TIMES. LOVE LEffTERS worth thousands <rf dollars bocauso of their lit erary charm were in the possession of GRACE CHRISTY a young woman writer on a Southern daily news paper. She didn't write them. But they were given to her. THEY PLAY A PART in the novel entitled "Amazing (iia<e,'? by Kate Trimble BhaiTber. Jt starts Monday IN THE TIMES Correction Frye ii Co.'n ad of 111-1 nitlii 1 < ml— WHil Rom Fresh Creamery Butter. Hi. -ji»i-. OQ 3 llm JSC shuiilil have reiul— Wild Hose Fresh Creamery Butter, Hi. a»<-, OC i 11.- OUC PANTAGES "KAHIi AXI> HIItLH" MICHEL MAVXOVN Illlios "TIIK IKON CLAW," Chapter IS FOUR OTIIKIt HIU ACTS UAHNING! The man or woman who falli or refuses to examine the prices on our Ftock of groceries willfully throws their money away. PACIFIC GROCKTEItIA i:l 1(1 Pacific Aye. $12 FOR 10-WORD REASONS Folks, your second and last chance to earn $12 ■imply by writing Mine 10-word "Reasons Why" will be presented in Mon day night*! Times. Watch for it. You'll never have an easier chance to earn And at this time of year fl* ought to come in handy. KAISER HIMSELF 0. K'D EXECUTION LONDON, July 29.—The kai ser himself confirmed the deaih sentence of ('apt. Fryatt, mer chant sea captain, who was exe cuted for an attempt to ram i\ submarine. TOWNSITE LOTS BRING $10,000 ANCHORAGE, Alaska, July 29. j —Sixty lots in Matanuska town site, on the government railroad ln'.o the Matanuska coal fields, were sold July 26 for approvi mately $10,000. This la the first government town on the line of the railway away from tidewater. BRODY FALLS INTO RUSSIANS' HANDS PETROGHAD, July 2!>. —Gen. Brussiloff has resumed his of fensive. The Teutons have been forced to retreat along the whole Kovel front. The Russians have captured Brody. CALL IS SENT TO TACOMA PREACHER Rev. C. J. Ordal, of Our Sa vior's Lutheran church, has re ceived a call to a large pastorate near Sioux Kails, N. I). Rev. Or dal has ben in Tacoma three years. LONDON. July 29. —German airships raided the east coast of England this morning, droppiuß bombs. TODAY'S CLJCAfONCM Clearings -^28.">,125.36 llalanoeg 29,187.05 Transactions . .• 785,632.09 Get the Round Packaga * Ask For and GET X i^as^Q^i if Ulf Llt*l\ 9 i*fil*im*fo THE ORIGINAL pflS-E-QCfijU MALTED MILK Up'^^/*jfcv Made from clean, rich milk with the ex- I Lt JJ I tract °' tr^ect malted grain, malted in our L^^av. Ww own Malt I louses under sanitary condition*. V***^^l^^^^^^^P^>^^kj Infanta mnd children thnv on it, Agrtti with f I*LVC^' 9 '** wm"^"*t •'"m"'l "f tha mooi'd or the ofd. JjWl***' /A Na*4» no cooking nor addition mf mitt. I^fcgEDAjli[rWl:llß^H Nourwhr. »nd tuatains nura than tes, coflae, etc. 7^™^**ftj^^**^^^ Shovld bt krpt si home or when tr*v«ltnf A nu *Orvllwt.* 1""*1***"'n^ftdHl I trl"ou* (ood-r''>n)' »>>y be prepared ins moment. I A (las^ul hot before retiring induree rafraahinf HfSU,JKO<XSa(S*» fo I alacp. <iAlio in lunch tablet form (or business man. , tufcatltut.a Coat YOU Sam* »rlc. fc-TT"* "" Take a Paokagn Horn* THE TACOMA TIM S MKMIIKHS OF THE SfltlPl'S NOfITHWKHT LEAODB O9 \i:\\ HlMrtll'S. Tdecrapblc »«a Hervlte of the tmteu lion Association, y)«\ Eotcr*f| at the pottofdo^lfkcoma, Wash., am secr»n'l.cla»s luottcr. Published by the ViJtomm Tlmea Pub. Co. livery Evening Escept Hondaj. (>C|clhl pap«r of cltjr of Turoma. i ' PHONBi All 4w«Hmwn«, Mais IS. PianosioraSong The A hove Heading >U.vlie X a Mttle I'.'xagKerated, Imt Not MMk, <Jood Pianos,. Piano* (mod Knough r«>r Those With Money to Iliirn mi,l I'l-ii'iHl Luw I in muii for the Most Saving. There Are Not No Many of Them. Kvery Piano Is Priced Plainly and the Siile Will Start Mon day Morning at H o'clock. Shrewd Buyers Are the Ones Who Will Profit by Tliis Offering. Don't Stay Away on Account of Heady Money—A Mule BMfe Month i.iki- Rent Will Suffice. We have a number of pianos in the very lust makes, pianos that lm\e 1.e.-n taken In axchanga as part I Daymen! on I'hlckerinfr OranMa, I I'layi'r pianos and on the (lenulne Autopianos. Home of them are like new, being; from the wealthiest homes, and one (if the great prob lems confronting the piano business of today is the disposal of the pianos ' tiiken in axcbaVßfa for the inoilerii | player pianos. We. as the exclusive representa tives for the ChickertOf and the I Autopiano, are farced to take In I li.nlc smile wonderfully flue pianos.! It is conceded that it Is pref eiiilile to purchase a food slaiid lu'il make in a used piano rather than tlif purchase of v new i-hrap |) J.I 110. It. in- 'nber—every piano is In fiisi class i.iape nnd guarantaad by us, besides you have our famous oaa year's free trial and also our ex ihange agreement for two years. Tills Is positively the lust piano proposition you have ever heard of mill wa never expect to again he able to offer such piano values as this, one reason being Hint we have a large shipment of pianos on the way and nuiHt in.Ou. vooin for them. Here are pianos for less tiian wholesale cost that could not be told from new. Here Is a beautiful Klmball Grand like new, thi very latest style, for half price. There is also one of the finest player pianos I ever shipped to Pierce county In cluded i the party who had tills pi ano paid over |200 on it). Remain bar, It Is Kilers you are diaMng with tha successors to I). S. Johnston, the largest western piano dealers. Also hear In mind that we never | have a dissatisfied customer; It is money back" with us. You do not have to pay cash. I'iiy Jti Bf $S per month if you wish. .Most any one can now purchase a piano and have the satisfaction of owning a Rood Instrument, one that will last for years. besides saving a huge sum of money. A visit to the store costs you nothing; you arc welcome whether you buy or not. Store open even ings until S • clock. In.om.i Ih.ni.r III.Ik Brouilnny at 01b. DON'T WANT TO BE CITIZEN, SHOUTS GERMAN APPLICANT SKATTLE, July 29.—Johann Wanner, German Hailor, an ap plicant for naturalization papers, yesterday became impatient at the delay while the court ques tioned witiiPsseß as to his resi dence In the United States, and shouted "1 don't want to he a citizen." Warmer's name was stricyen from the list of pros pective American citizens. McCormack Ad Last Evening Should Have Read DOUBLE &»C STAMPS WITH PURCHASES OF $2.00 OR MORE Instead of $20 or More As the Ad Read "The store that you mono? Broadway aivd 15U> Street LEGAL NOTICES. LOCAL Improvement District No. 684. —Notice Is hereby (riven that In inn "u.iri. •' of Ordinance No. 46,i8 of the City of Tacoma a roll hat li' ■• n placed In my hands for ilia collection of the 6th annual Install ment of the .i iii<iii levied fnr the Improvement of South 49th Street nnd South 51st Street from .Sheridan Avenue to the Kiist line of the Acme Addition und South ISM from Sheridan Avenue to Alaska Street. Said Improvement consists In KiadliiK said portion of Hald streets to the established Kiade with a roadway on South 4!) th Street and South 51st Street thirty (30) feet In width and parkliiK spaces on each side thereof fifteen (IB) feet In width, and a roadway on South .VJnd Street twenty-seven (21 I feet 111 width, and parklnK spaces on earn side thereof eleven and sev enty-seven hundreds (11.77) feet in width, with curbs and gutters of plank, nnd the necessary storm wa ter drainage. Said Installment may bp paid on or before August 21st, 1916, but If not paid on or before said riaie added interest, penalty and cosis will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS. City Treasurer. July L-:-29. Aug. B, 1916. LOCAL Improvement District No 454.—Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 4656 Of the City of Tacoma, a roll has heen placed In my hands for the collection of the sth annual Install ment of the assessment levied for the Improvement of Itlver Street from Puyallup Aye. to Canal Street and Canal Street from Hiver Street to a point sixty-five (65) feet South of South 21st Street. Said Improvement consists In grading a twenty-six foot (26') roadway on said portion of niver Street and to the end of the pres ent pile trestle on ('anal Street, and laying down on said roadway a pavement of plank twenty-four (24) feet In width, together with the n< < < ssaiy storm water drainage. Snld Improvement nlso consists In laying n new deck on the present pile trestle on the said portion of Canal Street. Bald Installment mny be paid in or before August 21st, 1916, but If not paid on or before said date, added Interest, penalty and costs will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS, City Treasurer. July 22-19, Aug. 5, 1916. LOCAL Improvctnuiit District No? 429.- -Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 4217 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed In my hands for th» collection of the 6th annual Install ment of the assessment levied for Improving Yaklma Avenue from Sixth Avenue to South 27th Street. Snld Improvement shall consist In grading said portion of said street to the established trrade with a roadway fifty (r.O) feet In width, anil In laying down on sa Id road way n pavement of asphalt on a concrete base with brick gutters, concrete iinil granite curbs, and all i essary storm water drainage; also In altering any pavement, curb, gutter or walk to make name conform to line and grade of new Improvement, extending all aprons to curbs, taking up and relaying same where necessary. I'rovidpd that the Intersection of South intii. South 14th, Kouth 15th, S.iiiWi ldth. Houth 17th, South 18th, South nih. Houth 21st and Houth 'jiith Street* and part of the Inter section or South 2:ird Street, shall be paved with sandstone blocks with In lik gutters. SaM Installment may be paid nn or before August 21st, 1916, but If not paid on or before said dnte, added interest, penalty and costs will attach. CHAR D. ATKINS City Treasu.er. ■Tilly 12-29. Aug. B, 1 »16. IjOCAL Improvement District No. mi Noll. <• Is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 6161 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has be.'n placed In my bunds for lha collection of the Ist annual Install m'nt of the assessment levied for laying" ceintnt concrete sidewalks five (6) feat In width, on Alder Street from the North line of Look out I'iuk Addition, to South f.«th Street, ant) on Cedar Street from Boutli Itth Btreat to South 62nd si i h.i. and on Union Avenue from South tilth Streat to Houth «ftth Street nml nn K/mt side of Union ■ from South «Oth Street to <4th Street and constructing on asld streata the neevssary wood-1 pt^3aturday, July 29, 1916. LEGAL NOTICES. en crosswalks anil gutter returns. Provided that w liitc cement con crete walks have already boofl con- Btrucled that conform in line and Kiadc. tlicy shall nut be Included In this Improvement. Said Installment nn'y bo paid on or before August 22nd, 1916, but If not paid on or before said <1.11 ■, added mi. i i.si, p- 11.111 s .in.l costs will attach. CIIAS. IX ATKINS, City Treasurer. July 22-2fl, Aug. ■'.. 191 li. LOCAL Improvement District No! 433. —Notice Is hereby Klven that In pursuit nee of Ordinance No. 4218 of the City of Tai'uma, a roll hac been placed In my liamls for collec tion of the sixth animal installment of the assessment levied for Im proving Court "]»" from .South 7th Street to South 11th Street. Siiiil improvement shall consist In ■Trading .said portion of suld alley to the established Riade. with a roadway twenty-four (24) feet In width, and In laying down on said to.nlway h pavement of asphalt and sandstone blocks on a concrete bane, with brick nutters, or a pavement of granitoid, nil to have concrete curbs and all necessary storm wa ter .li i.ii.ii-. Also in constructing sidewalks of cement concrete four <4> feet in width, concrete retaining walla, nn<l In altering any curbs, gutters ami pavement now In place, to make same conform to line of new improvement Provided that where curbs and sidewalks are already In correct position, they shall not be includ ed In thin improvement. Said Installment may he pnld on or before August -Ist 1916, but If not paid on or before said il.it" added Interest, penalty and costs will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS, City Treasurer. July 22-29, All*. 5, 1916. LOCAL Improvement District No. 892.—Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 5837 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed In my hands for the collection of the 2nd annual In stallment "f the assessmenfiovled for laying cement concrete hlde walkK five (j) fet In widtli on North 14th Street from Proctor Street to Monroe Street nnd from Tyler Street to Cheyenne Street; on North 35th Street from Proctor Street to Verde Street, on Madison, Tyler and Stevens Street; on the east side of Cheyenne Street, on Muson Avenue from North 34th Street to North 35th Street, together with the necessary crosswalks and gutter returns. Provided that where cement wulks have already been construct ed and conform to line i grade, they shall not be Included in this Improvement. Said Installment may be paid on or before August 23rd, 1918, but If not paid on or before laid date added Interest, penalty and cost* will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS. City Treasurer. July 22-29 Aug. 5, 1910. • _ — ' 1/ICAL Improvement District No. 590.—Notice I* hereby given that in pursuance of Orrtlnanco No. 5039 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has keen placed In my hand* for the collection of the 4th annual install ment of the assessment levied for laying a xlx <f>) Inch cast Iron wa ter main on South "()" Btraat from South IMh Street to South 40th Street and on South :ir>th Street from "F" Street to "C." Street to gether with the necessary gates, tei s, crosses, hydrants, xpe< lain and COtineettOßl with the pre»ent mains. Said Insiallment may be pnld on or before August lil'ncl, 1918. but If not paid on or before said date, added Interest, penalty and costs will attach. CtIAS. D. ATICTNH, City Treasurer- July 22-89, Ana;, r., ltl«. LOCAL lroiirovemcnl Dlatrtel Ha. 79*. —Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of uruinance Ka. 4029 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed In my hand* for the collection of the Btli Annual In stallment of the assignment levied for the Improvement of "<X' Street from Smith 48th Street io Houtli r>«th Htreet, Halil Improvement ro(inlM* In Kradlnc said portion of ifald street to the t-siabllshed srr:n». with a, roadway thirty (10) fug In width, and sidewalk anj >h^fssss»C" »n each side thared>tfi^^y^Bhfe£i Id width, p:.ha. lii.H ■ «oikv-Of plunk, IM>^B LEGAL NOTICES. ■torn water clialnnKo. Said Improvement also Fonttetl In lajinH down on said parkiiiK spaces cement concrete sidewalks five (0) feet in width. Said iiiiiiillmmf may be paid on or before Aiiffußt 21st, Itll, but If not paid on or before ?ald date, added interest, penalty and cost* will attach. CHAS D. ATKINS, City Treasurer. July 2L'-29 Aug. 5, 191*. LOCAL Improvement Dtltrlet No. 13S, —Notice Is hereby glvtn Unit In iMUßiKinee of Ordinance No. H>36 of the City of Taooma, n roll ha» been placed In my hands for the collection of tho 9th annu.il Install ment of the assessment levied for Hie improvement of "O™ Stiett from the pr*l*nt pavement on North 6th Street to the west line of McCarvif Street. Said Improvement consists In grading said portion of snid ' <4" -.* Street to the established Ki'wle with a roadway thirty-six (3t>) feet In width, and laying down on lalil roadway a pavement <if nsphnlt with hrlek v..lifts on a concrete base. Said improvement also eonsjatl in constructing concrete curbs and the necessary Htorm water drainage. Said installment may be paldton or before August lßth, 111*, lout If not pHld on or before shl<l darej— added Interest, penalty and (osts WjII attach. CHAB. D. .ATKINS, City Treasurer. July 15-22-29, 1916. LOCAL Improvement District No. 1143. —Notice Is hereby (Iran that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 6159 (if the City of Tacoma •> roll ha* been placed In my baiidl for til* collection of ttio Ist annual Install ment of the assessment levied for laying cement concrete >iil"«alk« five i"i> feet In width on Smith 46th. Street from Sheridan A\enue to Asottn Street. Sold Installment may be pnld on or before August IMb, IIX, but If not paid on or before said date added Interest, penalty and costs] will attach. CHAS. D. ATKINS. City Treasurer. July 1 .'i -2 2-20. 1918. <I Wherever there's a postoffice Uncle Sam will deliver The Times to MEN -^SffiTi!^- Consult a lj PPraotice 3 limited ■ ° Your ti culai Ailments I charge nothing f or con sultatiun. My fees aro very low and you can paj ns able in weekly oe monthly installments. Da not let money mat ten keep you away. Call and talk it over -ith me. 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