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Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1917.
TIMES CLASSIFIED CONTRACTS GfIVE YOU VERY LOW RATE •~-~*9r^***^*r9.9rs^^*...... ............. ,-,-.-.-,,-.-, 1 -.ririr l .- l rmrtri.rjtfu-i.ruyi-nni-"-'« TIMES WANT ADS CLASSIsFIED ADVERTISING RATES I cent a word each Insertion—B times for the prion of -. I month, per line per month *•**•*• • SI.OO S mouths, par line per month ...". 77... *5 f months, per line per month ... to 12 months, per line per month 7S Swap ads 15 words, 3 times, 15c, cash in advance : No Advertisement taken for less than 15 cents. PHONE MAIN 12 j THE TIMES IS TACOMA'I m-e^x'mT*t^ WE RECEIVE ADS BY ONLY INDEPENDENT _jfe_:***_a_. PIIONB. OUR NUMBER NEWSPAPER 5^ IS MAIN 11 — ■■ , BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ABSTRACTS OK TITLE COMMONWEALTH "TITLE TRUST CO.. The Competent Tel. Main 101. 109 So. 10th at. TACOMA TITLE CO.—Ground floor Fidelity Bldg. Main 2194. AMBULANCES AUTOMOBILE ambulance. Only one In cltl. Main 43. CAKI'KT BEATING & CLEANING TACOMA RUG FACTORY — Our method of cleaning carpets with compreaaed air and ateam make* a perfect Job. Absolutely no wear on carpet* or ruga. Laying, refit ting. HIS O. Main 7784. ._***i_ri.raj'■ ~ii~is--|***_*****~-**V*~i-*-**f***ii ■—i*-i-ii- s***-i—i-i * * ■*-■■■— CARPET CLEANING H. tZ HOUCK—Carpet beating, re fitting and laying; feather reno vating and upholstering. 2812 6th ay. Main 825. COUNTRY WATER SUPPLIES SEPTIC tanks, country water aup pliea. Coffee l'liiinbH-g Co., 1012 A »t. Main 670. ~~ SnDRAYAa_r' Commercial Truck & Storage Co. — Furniture movtd. packed and ■toretl. Team and auto van*. Fire proof warehouse. Ilest corps of trained men in city. Main 706. HAY, GRAIN, FUEL PETl'f bISTBROS.. 1002 80. X at Mini 11. ItiSt 'ICIDES AND SPRAYS CAIII *-: NEUM-and (57e~80l for chicl lice. Carco Vegetable •pin water glaa*. Standard Chi-i .1 Co. Main 5486. [ IREFIELD BATHS _.-,> *ft'*RKFIKLD HATHS FOR Rheumatism Kidney Diseases, rr°-,S r>S p*;.. °pen day "-n<l n'-ht T. 0. 2.-*,. *"_-_'.■_■•. ay ' Maln »284. MONEY TO LOAN " MONEY TO LOAN On mortgage security Improved city or farm property. R. E. Anderson _ Co. Scandinavian-American Rank Bldg. __Eleventh and Pacific. "* to 1%~ ON IMPROVED property. Loan* (or building a specialty. Alio make loans payable In small -■.'ninthly Installments L R. MANNING A CO. Tel. Main 11. Equitable Bldg. REAL ESTATE LOANS, term or menthly payments. March-Mo- Candleia, Room 200, National Realty Bldg. OUR own money to loan. W. N. Doub _ Co., Inc., 604 Cal. Bid*. Main 1181. PRIVATE money to loan, $50 to $1000: no commission. Payments to suit Call 1318 So. Fife. Felix Dubois. T PER CENT money; % commission. 1511 So. 64th, 80. Tacoma, Wn. LOIS OF MONEY! Cheap rate! I B. O'Malley, 729 Tacoma Bldg. 15000 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent Other money at 6 per cent. In quire of J. I- Snapp, 1221 Fidelity Illilg, Main 4194 * LOANS — Short or long term, any amount 418 California Bldg. MORTGAGE LOANR Amounts from $200 up; city or farm; lowest rates. NORTON A CO,. 210 Berlin. LOANS for home building or to pay off old mortgages. Lowest rate*, special privilege* to bor rowers—B to 8 years. Money al ways on hand—no delay. H. J. BCHWINN & CO., Inc. 216-19 Taco- Bldg. 9koioioao>o>oto>o9oto9oao^otot9aoVoas -»--»**»i-^-^*wv--_* .■#_■■_, SALARY AND CHATTEL LOANS LOANS PROMPTLY KADK OK SALARIES FURNITURE PIANOS AND STORAGE RECEIPTS Xt rate* you can afford to pay. Money buy* cheaper than credit. Our aervice has pleased many others and will please you. Let us tell you all about It. COAST FINANCE COMPANY 210 Bankers Trust Blilg. ~!»TlTsi7*lAN3~ PR. WARREN Bit OWN — Disease* of women and genlto-urlnary and akin disease*. 110,1 Commerce st. PR ~f, H. SCHROEDER — SKIN AND GENITO-URINARY DIS EASES. FRENCH BLDG., 1156 PACIFIC. MAIN 1736. DR. LA GAS A — Surgeon, X^Ray. disease* of women, genlto-urln ary. Realty Bldg. DtJJU C. E. CASE Diseases of Women. 1010 So, 12th, Main 698 DR. JONEZ—SURGEON Diseases of women. Fidelity Bldg. DR. B ELIZABETH DHAK& Phys l» lan and Burgeon. 1016 Fidelity Bide. Main 234; Proctor 648, Mad l*on 117 R-l. DR. PETERSEN-DANA, 220 Berlin Bldg. Scandinavian Am. Bank). Office, Main 8678; res.. Main 1.77. DR. FOREMAnT SURGBON Banker* Trust Bldg. DR. YOCUM. Natl. Realty Bldg. Day. Main 600; nl-rtit. Proo. * ."• 6. m^^*>r9***r9^A^^^*^^^r^*^^*^*.^*^^r^» POPULAR MUSIC RAGTIME and popular mualo taught In from 10 to 30 lessons. Call at I 14 Temple of Music Broadway. Main 1258, Rea. Proa tor 8126/ ~ """^S^q"""'""""" FOR rnlnlnV business or mining In formation, enquire A. M. P. Co., 8 20-SOT Prr.* BMg„ Tacoma. an_- .w*s***rf-**^*^s^w**»»'*'—"_*_v^***»^i-^-'*_->^rf™rf%*-w-«^^»-»-.^_—_i^ FAMILY WASHING ltf|_ Family waahlng. Mala 1811 OWL Tasoma Wet Wash. 'btoc--sl[i«Tbonds v iELL 60 Todd ship yard. 25 Paclflo Alaska Navigation Co. J. E. 14c- Farlsnd, $14 Equitable Bldg. SAI li DEPOSIT VAULTS FIDELITY Till;.T _CO.'S BAFK DK POSIT VAULTS, around floor. aA^^9to9ot99o999~*oao> »■--———-—i-rni — n_- .-ii-i_itnj REBUILT TYPEWRITERS SEE the now Woodstock typewrit er that speaks for ltnelf. Hoth Sirica and quality. H. L). fiukt-r _ Co., 1007 A »t. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES $1.00 per Mar, fire and burglar proof. Peuplo' Safety Deposit Co., 117 So. 11th. Berlin Bldg. Main 2013. RAZORS SHARPENED WE sharpen lafcty raior blade*. All work guaranteed. Owl Drug Co, 904 Broadway, OSTEOPATHS ~" DR. HUDSON,-1!» Provident ltidgT Main im. Kea. phone. Main 111! WINDOW CLEANING CITY Window Cleaning Co., vacuum cleaning. Main 463:. UND E RTAKERs" ™™* C. O. I.YNN CO., Funeral DlreclorZ IIP Tacoma ay. Main 7745. BUCKLEY-KlNa ~CO.—Profeeelonai Funeral Director* 730-32 St. Helen*. Phone Main 412. cassedy. aTZen^Hm^connell CO.—Funeral director*. 1110 So. 12th. Main 8151. SO. TACOMA-FUNERAL PARLORS^ 6433 Unloj ay. Main 1083. Geo. W. Piper. PATENT ATTORNEYS R. L ELLIOTT, 1.02 Natl. Realty Bldg. Mech. Ent. Patent*. M. 6779. a*****-**-** ......... ■'■ .' HAAfu .J,. ■_". -f jy_ VIOLIN TEACHER OLOF BULL, 27 yeara In Tacoma. Studio. Temple of Music, Broad ~«y. WELL DIGGER ~ WELL DIGGE!*, B T. Birch, Park- SCAVENGERS AMERICAN GARBAGE CO. — Re movlng garbage * refuae of all kinds. 216 i-uy. ay. M. 742, R„ 753» *•**-*****""-*■'•<-"---- ■ ■ ij, MASQUERADE COSTUMES BWITCHES. wave*, wigs, hair good*. Thorasn'a, 118*4 Broadway. Mala S76S. RENT—B Ag__t_NT ~™*K' GOOD basement, rent cheap, fins fcggg jug r s"v*r HOTELS „ HOTEL MERIT ' Reputation Established. Reasonable rates. JI6H Market st Court and Market SHASTA HOTEL—Modern outside ..7°°"X"- S_w!*"-M mni Is J><>' """>H up. tOo night up. 1816 Market HOTEL HiKoSIiIMAYA, Cor. Mar ________ *sth: modern; 80c. 75c. It LOQGI*ID OFF LAND" MAHAFFAT Insures. SOI Fidelity Bldg. Main 1717. IN. Southwest Wasntngton to lit* tier* only $6 <>o per acre and up. Ten year* to Pay, Intereat at '%. WEYERHAEUHKR TIMBER CO, Tacoma Bldg. Tacoma. Wash. "On. tracts $25 acre, nr. So. Prairie. Terma. tin California Bldg. -*"-* *****-J*-*-~'*>**~r'^***'n----r*i<^i****-n^ HEM'—MALE KEN and women, learn tha barber trade. Wages paid while learning. Call or write for partk-ulara. Muler Barber School, 1319 Pac. ay., Tacoma. MEN wanted to split cordwood, 550 lier cord. Tool* furnished. I, A. Garrison, Dupont. mmmmmmmimmmmimmmmmmm HELP—FEMALE YOUNG Norwegian girl to assist with housework, small family, no cooking. Apply 106 No. Yakima ay., between 1 nnd 2. " LOST LOST—On Summit ear, Wednesday, 27th, 2 ladies' gold watches. Mra. J. F. Demeree. Madison 930-L. Reward. WANTED— MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—Gasoline stump puller, 6 acres to clear. N, D. Campbell, Parkland, Wash. mm^kmrnmimim^mmmm m^mmmmmimmimmimmm^mmi^ BUSINESS COLLEGES "It's a Good School." 0)0l0909090t0l090t0t0tma0&a090t00m09090lma0l9 m 909040t0l00m m 9 m ' PERSONAL Wm. Hughes. Deceased ALASKA miner. Will l.ls brother or his family leave their addrai* at Time* office. MR BICJC WANT OR Woi ,do you know that people wh ' c Vlavl get well. Vlavk oureal .fgin tha new year right, look into this treatment for yourself. 4111 Fidel ity Bldg. mao^o9ol^^oto999o49lo>oao^otololo>^t9o9olo9ot999^omo^io^ SWAP BTH AYE. home, < rooms, bath, gas light, for auto, or aell on easy terma. lIIQO. Add. A-l, Tim**. Doings of the Duffs You Would Hardly €all Tom a Social s,u>cosß- By Allman 1-OK bALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE CHEAP or trade for a cow. aim-lb. horse, spring wagon and harness. Box 11-2, Times. FURNITURE of 5-room house, fur iiishiii I'omplete, everything new; will sacrifice. 1105 Center St. FOR BALE —Fresti cow; also horso ami wnson. 3407 So. Sheridan. 15 HEAD of horses for sale cheap; weights from 1000 to 1500 lbs. Call 1735 So. E. Phone Main 74. SEW I NO MACHINES. cheapest place in town. 935 Tacoma ay. 70 good oil shades, 10 gas range* anil a good Jewel, St, Claire, Quick Meal range, at Tac. aye. Furni ture Exchange, 913 Tac. aye. Main int. RARE old bonks at Ye Olde Book Shop, 901H Pacific. STOVES rellned andTebullt. M. H. Ulvln. 1327 Broadway. Main 6844. Rfl/> WATCHES cl.-u.nea or main AfvJl springe, 80c. guaranteed. 1811 Pacific ay. WANTED—Hogs, cattle, veal, hides" poultry. Will call for aame. Pay highest market price. Tacoma Meat Co. Main 240O; after bus iness hour* Main 8311. CASH paid kor"~used FURNIT URE AND OTHER MERCHAN DISE. WH. FITZ-HENRY 101 SOUTH I2TH STREET. MA HAIFA V Insure*. SOI Fidelity Bldg. Main 1717. PIANO expert, tuning and repair ing. T. T. Richmond. 1081 So. 12th. Phone Main 8414. BLU E PRINTS. MAPS, SURVEYING CITY and county survey*, tide-lands maps. Nicholson Eng. Co., 506 Fidelity. Main 474. ~smiATioir^ BOY, 18 years of age, strong, honest and industrious, wants work after school and Saturday for 14.50 per week, References. Write A-3, Time*. SITUATION FEMALE YOUNG lady would like place as nurse girl. Prootor 2417. HrENT—HOUSES '"" 202 and 204 Tvo. -Tacoma aye. Thi* la a double house of seven and eight rooms suitable for two families of friends or can be rent ed together as a rooming house On car line, near Stadium high school. Low rent to proper par ties. L R. MANNING A CO. Tel. Main 26. Equitable Bldg. |B—Two8 —Two good 6-r. house*; Tacoma ay. Bertelson & Co., 209 Bank of California Bldg, FTriTTS!P,«- Fur- & Unfurnl*hed. llVU'tT**ll.g> Rm _ Co., Main 4668 FLATS and houses for rent. Jesse H. Read, 529 Provident Bldg. 715 So. Oakes, 5-r. and bath ..110.00 6219 So. Pine. 6r 8 7.00 212 E. 27th. 5-r. and bath 112.00 319 So. 20th, 5-r., and bath ..810.00 2332 So. Yakima, 6 rms 812.00 H. J. SCHWINN _ CO., INC. Tacoma Bldg. Main It LONG DISTANCE Moving—Get Our Prices McLean, main iB6O. MAIN 3009 .S^ifcSf. Storage. Nights and Sundays, MAIN 8 0 0 1 City Moving & Storage Co FIREPROOF storage. 11l ■fao. ST. ALTO DELIVERY CO. TEAM and auto trucke. Local and long distance moving. Main 8401. Night service. .11 Comaaeroe WANTED TO'BUY WANTED TO BUY 7 An Inouba.or, about 200 or 250-egg slse; muit be In good repair and cheap. Address I. 8. Knowles, R. F. D. No. 4, Box 307, Taooma. WANT TO BUY—Soft, clean, llght colored rags, 5c per lb. paid. No socks or small pieces wanted. The Times Office. WANTED—Furniture and stoves. J. O. Purkey, Main 5811. WANTED—Furniture of ail kinds Immediately; pay good prices, Lewis Fur. Co. 1004 Taooma a*, Mali* -*IL GROW THIN NATURALLY. A Modern Method. No Drugs, Fast ing. Massage or enervating exer cises. PERMANENT REDUC TION CERTAIN, also correction of many ills incident to excess flesh. Clasa or Private. Founder of the System here now. Information Free. Call or Write, Natural Sys tem. 427 Provident Bldg. "pURNfsSD^OUSE KEEPING ROOMS IMPERIAL—Fin* hskpg. rms., fl mo. up; walking distance. So. 10th and Yakima. 2-ROOM furnished suites, |l to |8. 1102 So. I st. Call at 1101 So. I st THE CLAYTON, 1814* 80. Tacoma ay.; new management; all outside rooms; light, phone, laundry. THREE nicely furnished housekeep ing rooms, private bath, walking distance. 11l So. Yakima. BAY VIEW APTS. Special retea to bachelors. 1181H Taooma ay. FINE hakpg. rms. ft wk. up. 70»yfc Pac ay.. Eau Clair* Apt*. 1 _____________________________ THE TACOMA TIME 3, RENT—MISCELLANEOUS UoLSTEIK bull for service. Apply 4 806 Pacific ay. Madison 1207. «-**_-W-_-.S**«*_i**l^_ W *l«--^*t<~H>*_«~W*N^k — S*. -"_~^-rf- *_—_-—•*»W^J-«.-----.**^| REAL ESTATE I AM SELLING LOTS* ON THE FLATS AT about half the prices others ask- Get In now. Prices are low. A little money goes a long way on the flats. GEORGE LAWLER 617 National Realty Bldg. _ FDR SALE AT A BARGAIN-3 lots. 2 houses, light, gas, batli und all conveniences, or will trade for ranch. 5836 So. Washington. ■FARM TRADE" 78 ACMES, the very best of soil, 12 Screi cleared, balance partly surfaced; two houses, large barn, fine well and spring; fenoed; mall, cream and bus servloe. Will take small olear property and a little .1 ESSE 6Tt SOMAS, JR. 320 Tacoma llldg. Main 7813. 40 ACRES, 4WOO YOU can't beat It; good loggod-off land on main road, near Tacoma; cedar and alder land; no butter in state. Terms, $150 cash. RICE-WEBB CO. Mortgage Loan*. Insurance. Main 1243. 1107 A St. £25 EACH—CITY LOTS ADJACENT to Bismarck car line. less than 4 miles from Federal Kldg. In a seotlon that ls rapidly developing. We have several par cels that can be delivered NOW. Very fertile soil. Come in and let us show you an opportunity tp make a clean-up with no element* of risk. The poor man's chance. Complete abstracts. Havelock C. Boyle & Co. 211 California Bldg. Main 22. WHITMAN AND LINCOLN HIGH 5 ROOMS ami bath, one lot, close In, on paved Street and car line, some fruit trei-s, woodshed; nil assess ments paid; $1100, easy term*. ,TAS. A. MASON Suoce*sor to Mason Bro*. Main 21TI. 208 Equitable Bldg. STAirfTHITNEW YEAR RIGHT WE OFFER YOU THE OPPORTUNITY A NEW house on 2 full lots, 20 min utes' ride to center of the olty, 1350, $25 cneli, $10 a month. E. F. GREGORY CO. 1117 Paciflo ay. Second Floor National Realty Bldg. YEAR 1917 TIME to buy 1* now, and while we have the chance and people that come* to our city brings money with him, and yolp for the army post and let us have additional payroll of $800,000 annually. You will get some, so will I. Be a booster and you will feel better for it. O. N. JOHNS 200 Natl. Hank of Tacoma Bldg. LEGAL NOTICES"""" BOND CALL—Notice Is hereby given that the following numbered Bond* of the following numbered Local Improvement District* of the City of Tacoma, are called for pay ment, and that intereat on same ceases Due. 31, 1916; Local Improvement District No. 478, Bonds 62 to 81 Inclusive. Local Improvement District No. 953, Bonds 1 to 8 inclusive. Local Improvement District No. 1115, Bonds 11 to 12 inclusive. Local Improvement District No. 4031, Bond 1 only. JAMES C. DRAKE, City Treaaurer. Jan. 2, 1917. LOCAL Improvement District No. 890.—Notice 1* hereby given that In pursuance of Ordlnanea No. 5596 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed In my hands for the collection of the 3rd annual install ment of the aesessment levied for laying cement ooncrets sidewalks five (5) feet In width on Proctor Street from the aouth line of Law rence Addition to North 32nd Street. Said installment may be paid on or before January 19th, 1117, but if not paid on or before said date, added Interest, penalty and coste with attach. JAMES C. DRAKE, City Treasurer. Dec. 11-26, 1916, Jan. 2, 1917, LOCAL Improvement District No. 487.—Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 6184 of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been placed In my hands for the collection of tho 4th annual Install ment of the assessment levied for grading to the established grade a roadway thirty 130) feet In width on Sheridan Avenue from Sixth Avenue to South 11th Street and laying down on aald roadway a pavement of asphalt or asphaltlc concrete on a concrete base, with concrete and granite curbs and the neceasary storm water draalnage. Said improvement shall also con sist in laying th* necessary storm water drainage on South 7th Street and South 9th Street from Sheridan Avenue to "M" Street. Said Installment may be paid on or before February 2nd, 1817, but if not paid on or before aald date, a—ded Interest, penalty and coete win attach. JAMEB C. DRAKE*. City Treasurer. Jan. 2-9-16, 1817, LEGAL NOTICES BOND CALL:—Notice I* hereby! (riven that the following numbered Bonds of the following nuinbi red Local Improvement Districts oi the City of Tacoma, aro called for pay ment, und that Interest on same eeaaee Jan. 2, 1917; Local Improvement District No. 762, Hands 47 to 54 inclusive. Local Improvement District No. IM, Montis 11 to 12 inclusive. Local improvement District No. 9011, Moods 8 to 12 luolueive. Local Improvement District No. 921, Bonds 6 to a inclusive. Local improvement District No. 923, Bonds S to .*, inclusive. JAMES <'. DRAKE, City Treasurer. Jan. 2, 1917. LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT No. 111, — Notice ls hereby given tliat In purauanoe »»f Ordinance No. BIN., of the City of Tacoma, a roll has been plaoed In my hands for the I'olleotlon of tho 4th annual In stallment of the assessment levied for grading to the established grade, the flume Hue right of way of the City of Taooma from South Itth Street to South 18th, and I'nlon Ave nue from South SBth Street to south line of Section 30-20-N.-I-E, W. If., and tho south line of Section 11-10- N.-2-E., W. M., with a roadway twenty (20) feet in width on said portion of tlie flume line right of way ami on Union Avenue from South 38th Straet to South ,ri2n»i Street, and from South 74th Street to south line of Section 30-20-N.-:t- E.. W. M„ and a roadway sixty (II) feel ,n width from South 52nd Street to South B.th str.-et and a roadway forty (40) feet in width from South 58th Street to a point 450 feet south of South 62ml Street, and a roadway 21 feet In width from a point 158 feet north of South «4th Btre.'t to South 74th Street, and lay ing down on said roadway*, a bltu llthlc, cranitold, bituminous mn orete or asphalt pavement on a con crete base, all pavement to have wootlen header except from South 82nd Street to South 58th Street, where reinforced concrete Bhall be constructed. Said improvement shall nlso con slat in extending to header and curb line all necessary sanitary sewer connections and laying the nece*sary ■torm water drainage and outlets. Said Installment may be paid on or before F"»bruary 2nd, 1917, but If not paid on or before said date, added Interest, penalty and costs will attach, JAMES C. DRAKE, City Treaaurer. ■Tan, 1-9-16, 1117. LOCAL Improvement District No. 6000.—Notice I* hereby given that in pursuance of Ordinance f*o. 5690 of tho City of Tacoma, a Roll has been placed in my handa for the collection of the 3rd annual Install ment of the assessment levied for tlie construction of six (6) Inch cast Iron water mains, together with the necessary gates, tees, crosses, hyd rants, specials and connections with the present mains on the following named streets; South 35th Street. Harrison Street, Morton Street and Sherman St net from East "T" to East "X" Street; also East "T" Street and East "X" Btreet from 34th Streot to Sherman Btreet, and Fairbanks Street from East "N" Street to Portland Ave nue, and from East "R" Street to East "X" Street. Said Installment may be paid on or before January 19th, 1917, but If not paid on or hefore said dale, added Intereat, penalty and costs will attach. JAMES C. DRAKE, City Treasurer. Dec. 19-21, 1916, Jan. 2, 1917. SEALED PROPOSALS. Indorsed "Proposals for telephone and pow er transmission lines," will be re ceived at the Bureau of Yards and Docks, Navy Department, Washing ton, D. C, UNTIL 11 O'CLOCK A. M. JANUARY 16, 1917. and then and there publicly opened for a tele phone cable connection between the Pacific Coast Torpedo Station, Key port. Wash., ami tin- Puget Sound LEGAL NOTICES ]Navy Yard; also an electric power j transmission line from the Olympic Power Company's p»»le line to the radio bulliliuK at the above-named torpedo station, I'lau and specifica tion can b* obtained on application to the Bureau or to the t'ommandaut of the navy yard iiatii<<l. V. It HARRIS, Chief of Uuseau. Dec. 12, lUI6. The time of opening, of proposals for telephone and power transmis sion lines under ipeolftcatton »"*>"". 2284 at the Navy Vanl, l'u.,et Sound, wash., is hereby extended to 11 o'clock a. in., January 16, HIT. I'\ li. IIAKUIS. Chief of Bureau of Ifard* _ Docks. Dec. It, 1916, Jan. 2. 1917. LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT No. 853.—Notice Ik hereby Kiv»-n that in pursuance of Ordinance No. 6592 of the city of Tacoma, n roll has been placed *> my liana* ror the collection of thj" ,'lril annual In stallin.nl of tin- assessment levied for Biuiliiiß to the eatabllehed grade. Smith loth Sln»-t from Sheri dan Avenue to "O" Strict and from Grant Avenue to the l.ust line of Orohard'a Supplementary Becomd Addition; With a roadway forty (40) feet In Width and a sidewalk ami parking epare on each si.le there- Of twenty i.'oi feet In Width, from Sheridan Avium to "O" Street and from Grant Avenue to the West line Of Seotbin 5, Township _n. North, Range 3 East, W, It., tad a road way thirty-four (84) feet In width with sidewalk nnd parkins- space on eaoh side thereof llxteea (16) feet In wliith from said section line to the East line of Orchards Sup plementary Second Addition; con struutliie curbs. Butters and cross walks of jiinnk, cement concrete sidewalks five tft) feet In Width, except Where on account of fills, wood walk* are necessary, together with the necessary storm water drainage. Provided that the work to be done by the Pacific Traction Company shall not be Included In tins Improvement. Bald assi'ssment may be paid on or before January 19th. 1917, hut If not paid on or before said date added Intereat, penalty and costs will attach. JAMBS C. DRAKE, City Treasurer. Dec. 19-26. 1916, Jan. 2, 1117. LOCAL Improvement District No. 889. —Notice la hereby given tliat In pursuance of Ordinance No. 6594 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 laying cement concrete sidewalks five (5) feet in width on the east side of Washington Street from Sixth Avenue to the alley between North S'th an. North 9th Street; on North 7th Street from a point on on the south aide 100 fett west of I'nlon Avenue, and on the north side, 200 feet we*t of Union Ave nue, to Washington Street, and on North Bth Street from a point 200 feet west of Union Avenue to Wash ington Si. tit. Said installment may be paid on or before January 19th, 1917, but If not paid on or befon- said date, added Interest, penalty and costs will attach. JAMES C. DRAKE, City Treasurer. Dec. 19-26, 1918, Jan. 2, 1917. LOCAL Improvement District No. 889—Notice Is hereby Riven that In pursuance of Ordinance No. 5593 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 grading to the established grade. North 10th Street from Pine Street to the west line of Muller-Llndahl Addition, and Junett and Cedar Streets from North 9th Street lo the north line of Muller-Llndahl Addition, with a roadway on said portion of North 10th Street and Junett Street thirty (30) feet In width, with sidewalk and parking spaces on each side thereof twenty five (25) >et In width, and a road way on said portion of Cedar FIRE ENGINE ON TIDEFLATS As a result of rerent protects from tldeflat fai'torles over inef- I'ttiiiiil lire protection, ('omnils- Kitint-r Pettit Tueatlay placed the fire oiißlne or tlie tldeflats sta tion In service again. This en gine has lieeii out of service for v year, liuvinj. been removed by "—■ ■ ■ ■ *,-**- "i-s*v -n-w-u-— -aay.njy.rj-u\j-i^ij-u-u\jy.m. LEGAL NOTICES atraet forty (40) feet In widtli; with xx. sidewalk and parking space on iiuli -tide i!i, ,'<*»>f, twaatjr (20- feet in wMtii, constructing curbs, -.nt ters null croaiwalk* of plank, ui gether with the nerrssaiy .storm water drainage. Held Improvemenl shall also , ..n --sist in laying down on said ilde •Mtlk spacea, concrete sidewalks five (5) f.-.-t in width, except where on account of fills, wood walk* are necessary. Provided, that where eeatent walks ha\t- already beon construet e»l and conform lo line ,'in.l grade. they shall nut bo Included in thla in.provebit nt. Said Installment may be pnld on or before January isth. im?, but if not paiil tin or before said date. nil'lt'd Interest, penalty and cost* will attach. JAMES C. DRAKE, t'lty Treasurer. Dec. IH-26, HI Hi. Jan. 2. l'.'iT. LOt'AL Improvement Dlstrli-t So, lll,—Notice la hereby liven ihat in purauanoe of Oriliiinmu No, -.lOlli of the t'ity of Tn»«onia, v roll has been placed in my hands for collec tion of the Uii<] annual Installment of tlie assessiiK-nt levied for laying cement concrete sidewalks five <B) feet in width on WIIksSOB Street from Sutitli -;3th Street to South llth Street, und curbs and gutters of plank on nald WlSfceson Street from South 25th Street to Center Street. Bald Installment may be paid on or before Junuary ISth, 1917, but if not paid on or before said date! added interest, penalty and costs will attach. JAMES C. DRAKJS, city Treasurer. Dec. It, Hi-, Jan. il-9, liilT. local Improvement District No. B.l4.—Notice Is hereby given that ill pureuan.e of Ordinance Mo, KOl3 of tho City of Tueoma, v roll haa been placed in tny hands for the collection of the Und annual install nient of the assessment levied for laying cement »onorete eUewalkJ live 16) feet in width, on tlie West side of Union Avenue from Sixth Avenue to North !ith Street, ■aid Installment may be jiaid on Or before Janiiarv lltb, 1!»17, hut If not paid on before *aid date, added Interest, penalty and eoste Will attui'h. JAMEfI C. DRAKE, City Treasurer. jriee. ;n. ism, .inn. 2-9, 1917. LOCAL Improvement District No. 111.—Notice is hereby given t hut In pursuance of Ordinance No. 0014 of the City of Tacoma, a roll ha* been placed In my hand* for the col lection of the -ml annual Install ment of the nt».se.ssment levied for (Trading to tl stabllslici grade, Division Lane from "D" Street to T'" Street Willi a roadway twenty live 120) feet in width and a side walk and parking space on each nide thereof twelve and five-tenth* 112.Ti) feet in width, constructing 1 urbs and gutters of plank, and laying down on said sidewalk space* cement concrete aidewalks Ih <■ »11 fi-et In width. Said Installment may he paid on or before January 25th. 1917. but If not paid on or before said date, milled Interest, penalty and coats will uttach. JAMES C. DRAKE, City Treasurer. Dec. 25, 191g f Jan. 2-9, 1917. PAGE SEVEN. former Commissioner Mills. Three horses were loaned by the puiilic works tle|iartraent, lo haul tho fire engine. The St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber company luih extended steam pipes to the fire I'Hniiie, antl will maintain a high pressure of steam la the engine nt all limes. During the past year, there has only been a hose wagon ap paratus on the tldeflats station. Lack of apparatus was blamed for every loss in the recent Car stens fire. REACHES DISABLED SCHOONER .lulled Press I ...»»■>l iVlre.) MAKSHKIEI.D, Ore, Jan. 2.— The steiini schooner Cello this morning overtook tlie disabled Kchooner Klamath, which report ed last nii;lit she had lost her pro paltor, and nt last reports was standing by, expecting soon to succeed in getting a line aboard the Klamath. The steamer Kllburn, which had intended to iiroeeed to the aid of the Klamath, was unable to leave port owing to high Beas and an ebb tide. The Klamath was In wireless communication with tills city dur ing the night. No damage was reported nnd Capt. Cullen reported his craft was simply drifting and this morning her position was about 28 miles northwest of here today. LEAP YEAR FAILS IN SAN FRANCISCO it nli.il I'rea* Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 2. — Leap \ear was a dismal failure la San Francisco. Final records of marriage li censes issued during 1916 show a falling off In the number of licenses as compared with 1914 and 191.*,. Desjiite the opportunities offer ed to the fair aex during the past year there were only f>,970 against 6,879 In I'll.".. Kven 1914 showed a higher total of 6,340. Q. —Can ytin Inform me as to the whereabouts of Miss Olga Nethersole, her present address, age and if she has ever married, nnd oblige AN ENQUIRER. a.—Miw Ueaattatmt win in* H| years old .human IN, IMI 7. she is not married mid her address la lleathlanil l,»»tlg«-. Kant It eat Ik, Hempstead, lioiiiliin, N. W., I'iiu land. The annual •-!«-■ ii».n of officer* of the Woman's ClnbhoiiHe asso ciation will be held Jan. 16. Ni 'TJCI-: is herel>y~gl. erTthat on the ith ilny of January, 1917. In the County of Pierce, State of Washing lon, an election will be held for the purpose of submitting to the electors of snld County the following propo- Shall Pierce County Incur Indebt e.lness not exceeding two million dollars, for the purpose of acquiring* approximately seventy thousand acres of land In Pleree County and conveying the same to the United Mat**, said land to he used by the government for mobilization, train ing and supply (tatlnn, aald indebt edness to be evidenced by negotlatle bond* of Pierce County, payable In not more than twenty year*, with interest not exceeding fir* per centum per annum, payable annually. Said election will be opened at eight o'clock In the morning and will continue until eight o'clock In the arternoon of the same day, except that in precinct* outside of Incor porated town* and cities said elec tion will be opened at nine o'clock In the morning and will continue until seven o'clock In the afternooa of the same day. IN WITNKBH WHKRBQr. I hsra hereunto »et my hand anS anal this 18th day or December. 1811 _.... THUS *.. NOBRM, ISFAI,] County Auditor. By A. Campbell, Deputy. Steamers Tacoma and Indianapoiie for Seattle Leave Municipal Dock. Taee ena, 7.11 •:•(. 11 01 a s-l lit* • :o*. •:•*. 7.#0. Ill* p. SB. Leav, Colmaa Dock. SsatUa fill till. 11:** a sa.i IHMiK I SO, 1:00, till p. SB, Faateet aa« rineet Stseaiet. ■ "i