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12 months, per line per month...., 7 &
Swap ads 15 words, 3 times, 15c, cash in advance.
No advertisement taken for less than 15 cents.
PHONE MAIN 12
THE TIMES IS TACOMA'S _^«B (-••*»*-. x WE IH.CKi V I ■:: ~A DS" ■ V
6NLY INDEPENDENT Ifftii.;^- l'lluNE. OCR NUMBER
jCEWSPAfER IS MAIN 12
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
- AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES
' n IfICHBLtS
THE TIRE AGENCY
__.J_._Z~m Tires and tubes
SQuHRE of stability, auto
0k runa supplies, tiurd-
A3H 3nur wai , anl i tools—
yAM" ;, ' Jyaaollne oils and
jam. grease.
1113 Tacoma ay. Main 2184
ABSTRACTS
fcOMMONW EALTir~T-TLB TRUST
CO.
MAIN 101
Bankers Trust Rldg.
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
IACOMA TITLE *CO—Ground floor
Fidelity Bldg. Main 2194
AMBULANCES
XIJTOMOBILR ambulance. Only one
♦a city. Main 48.
C B. AULDRIDQB. Attorney at Law,
1619 J St.
BLUE PRINTS, .MAPS,
SURVEYING
CITY and county surveys, tide-lands,
maps. Nicholson Eng. Co, 60S
Fidelity. Main 474.
CARPET CLEANING
C L. HOUCK—Carpst beating, re
' fitting and laying; feather reno
vating and upholstering. 2811 6th
ay. Main 325.
*~ DRAYAGE~
Commercial Truck A Storage Co.—
Furniture moved, packed ' and -
stored. Team and auto vans. Flre
rroof warehouse. Best corps of
rained men In city. Main 708. '
*^^^ij^TnesFc(hXkges^
■W .
GIRLS MUSI- WORK
II a*' .1-1 Of I
c girls and wom
en in Tacoma
are not work
ing and do not
want to work.
To such the
government
needs thorn by
getting fitted
at tho State
Ifustncas Col
lego, Fidelity
COUNTRY WATER SUPPLIES
WE "make connections to new heat
' Ing company. Coffeo Plumbing
Co. Main G7O.
CHIROPRACTIC
iRA W. BLACK, (P. C. C. graduate),
400 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Main 147 a. *
f. EMILY CLARKE, graduate chiro-
Sructor; (painless method). 30$
p. 9th. Main 4452.
Ako. R. SMITH — I Palmer gradu
ate). 711 Nat. Realty Bid. M. Uit.
CHIROPODIST
t>R. A. BOYER. ChTronodlst. Mal
strotu' Drug Store. Main 85.
PR. McCAIN, Chiropodist. Provident
Rldg Main 8745. "Just a little
different.
'"in^hsc^^
and Cre-Sol for
chicken lice. Oreo Vegetable
Spray, water glass. Standard
Chemical Co., Main $436.
ivKLL DIGGER, a T. Birch, Park-
Isnd, Wash.
RAZOR 3 SHARPENED
CLI. work guaranteed. Shaw Sup.
pi 919 Paclflo
OPEN DAT AND NIGHT.
3TES. we've thrown the keys away.
Whyf Because we never close.
Starting today, Sept. 6. we will be
ble to give both day and night
service to everyone. The Elite
Tailors, 746 Paclflo ay. Phone
Main 2640.
FOOT SPECIALIST
RHEUMATISM, bunions, nails, brok
en arches treated. Dr. Jones, Ave
nue Hotel.
salpetT^epo^tT^oxes
(4.00 PER year, fire nnd burglar
proof. Peoples' Safety Deposit
Co., 117 So. Ilth. Berlin Bldg.
Main 2013.
JUNK DEALERS
ALASKA JUNK Co.^2d-lumd goods.
all kinds junk. 1519 Mkt. M 1658.
WINDOW CLEANING
CITY Window Cleaning
Co., vacuum cleaning.
Main 4033.
PUBLIC STENOG^APm^R^"
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER—EVA K.
BONE. 411 Prov. BHlg. Main 1681
~~ "^TuspTirTncT*^
t»LAST ERI NO. repair work. ReT
sonable price. Box E-l, Tlmea.
HOTELS
*Vhf. TRAVELERS; tianalsnt from.
|0c up. Special rates by week or
month. 1606H Pacific ay.
HOTKL STRATKOI:S -Mod. outside
rooms. $2, 12.60 and 11 par weak
wp^ 60c night up. lilt Market
rHJ-riIROADWAY. Bffll. 2Sr up 11.60
rer wk.; staam heat, free baths.
H»H Broad war- Main 2011.
HOTEL MERIT
Established. Reaaonabls
rates. 115H Ilth. Court and Mar
ket^
W_tl*l. furnished modern rooma, rei-
Sonable rates. Hotel Rector, 1641
Iroadway, 1642 Commerce.
WALDORr HOTEL, lit H Psclfl*
- >VS.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY on hand for Improved prop
erty loans. iOl Hank of Cal. Bldg.
MONEY to loan on Improved city
and farm properties. Malcolm K.
Ounetoa Co., 405 Berlin Rldg.
PRIVATE money to loan, $50 to '
$1000; no commission. Payments
tc suit. Call $818 So. Fife. Fella
Dubois.
$25,000 eastern money to loan at 6,
7 and 8 per cent. Inquire J. L.
Snapp. 1221 Fidelity Rldg.
*% TO 1% "
ON IMPROVI-.D property. Loans
for building a specialty. Also
monthly Installments.
L. R. MANNING CO.
Te! Main 26. Equitable Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS, term or ,
monthly payments. March-Mc-
Candless. Room 200, National
Realty Hid*-.
fUMI own money to loan. W. N. '
Doub & Co., Inc. 504 CaL Hldg.
Main 2188.
LOANS — Short or long term, any :
amouat 41S Callfurnla Bldg.
MORTGAGE I.OANS. Amounta from .
$200 up; city or farm; lowest '
rates, Norton a co„ 210 Berlin.
LOANS for home building or to
pay off old mortgagee. Lowest
riftea. special piivlleges to bor
rowers—3 to 8 years. Money al- '
ways on liHmL no delay.
11. J. SCHWINN « CO.. Ino.
IM-ll Tacoma Rldg.
PICTURE FRAMING
ARTISTIC aru_rr.'fin.'d work. Mlll
tary work a specialty. Holt Art
Store. 773 Broadway.
POULTRY WANTED
TOP prices paid for poultry! W H.
flsW 114? Market. Main 534«.
PAINTING A PAPERHANOING
c 7 N. KONI sBA<I r1 Hi loTTS*
ma. Main y:il9.
MONEY L()ANK_rorrTICvV^LRY
MONKY loaned on watches, dia
monds, etc.; unredeemed Jewelry
at lowest prices, everything guar
anteed. Pioneer Loan Office, 921
Pacific ay.
SCAVENGERS ~~~
All ERICAN~GA RBAGhTcO. — Re"
movlng garbage and refuse of all
kinds. 315 Puy. nv. M. 742. R., 7539.
UNDERTAKERS
C. O. LYNN CO., Funeral Director*,
910 Tacoma ay. Main 7745.
BUCKLEY-KING CO.—Professional
Funeral Directors. 780-32 St.
Helens. Phone Main 412.
CASSEOY ft ALLEN CO.—Funeral
directors, llio So. 12th. Main 8181.
SO. TACOMA FUNERAL PARLORS,
54113 Union ay. Main 108$. Geo.
W. Piper.
~ ~~~"~~ PHYSICIANS ■~~~~~
DR. LA GASA, Surgeon, Dlaeases of
women; genlto-urlnary. Realty
Bldg. '
DR. ELWIN BROWN, physician and
surgeon. Office 1016 Fidelity
Bldg. Main 2,14;.R„ Main 5229,
DR. WARREN BROWN — Diseases
of women and genlto-urlnary and
skin diseases. 1103 Commerce st
DR. F. Hr-BCfI'»OKDER_^ _BKIM
AND QBNITO-URINART DIS
EASES. FRENCH HLDG.. 1166
PACIFIC. MAIN 1735.
DR. JONEZ—SURGEON
Diseases of Women. Fidelity Bldg.
DR. B. ELIZABETH~DRAK__!, Phys
lcian and Surgeon. 101G Fidelity
Rldg. Main 234; Proctor 648; Mad.
lson 117 R-l.
DR. PETERSEN-DANA. 220 Berlin
Bldg. (Scandlhavlan Am., Bank).
Office. Main 3878; res., Main 877.
DR. FOREMAN SURGEON
Bankers Trust Bldg,
DRS. WHEEI."ER and VAN PBl/T.—
Eye, Ear. Noso and Throat. 1107
Fidelity Rldg. Hrs. 9 to 6, 7 to 8.
MOV-NQ
CITY and long distance moving.
Main 74. Union Transfer Co.
LOCAL moving. Large van. Two
men, $1.50 per hour. Good movers.
Proctor 2837-R.
movTng
A. HOLROYD. MADISON 2009.
INSURANCE—LIFE
JAMES A. HAYS, 20$ Bank of Cal
Hldg. Income, Personal and Cor
poration Life Insurance. Phone
Main T928; Proctor 9809-J.
Topped off land"
IN Southwest Washington to set
tlers only $5.00 per acre and up.
Ten years to pay. Interest at 6%.
' WEYERHAEUSER TIMBER CO.
1 Tacoma Hldg Tacoma. Wash.
WANTED—CLOTHING
HIGHEST prices paid for men's
castoff clothing. Bob's, 1807 Com
merce.
RENT—O FFICES ~
FJUVATB office, use of reception
room. Inquire 1221 Fidelity Bldg.
Tel. Main 4994.
AVKNUB HOTKL strictly modern,
&rlvate bath 120»V4 Pacllfo ava.
lain 8178.
FAWCETT HOTEL, ISBIH Hroad
way. Rooma, 16c. tOe and 26c.
HOTEL LANSING—Staam lieal
hot and cold water, private bath.
Rates reasonable. 1117 W Broad
way. Main 6811.
PAKACE HOTKL—Fireproof build
ing. Hot and cold water, eleva
tor all night. Rates reaaonabls..
1128 Pacific. Main 1961.
FISHER HOTEL—Modern, restau
rant In connection. 60c up. 1110(1
Pacific. _Maln 1«4».
HOTEL PORTLAND — TranaTenl.
Rooms 60c and up. 111*1 Jeff, aye
Wednesday, Oct. 10,1917.—T HE TAOOMA TIMES-Page Seven
FOR SALE
MTSCELLANFOFE
BUY NOW
12 l't—Wr Have All Kinds ef
POTATOES
and
CAEBAOE
We Have All Kinds of
You Must Bee Ui fov
Cheaper Produce.
A-l Batlai I'otatue*: will- keep
all winter; per 100 Hie $1.75
No :.' rt little small $1.35 A $150
I'ooil head Cabbage, a sack . . .''"'
Cucumber, all si/.es, per 100....20 c
.'"iiiiit , per bux BOc
WK HAVK poultry feed, flour, etc.,
as clieap as you can get it any
\\ lllli*.
WK DELIVER THE GOODS.
Western Fruit ft
Produce Co.
nth uml Market 3ts. Main IQH
!*'< ill SALE—Pullets 4 months old,
50c each. Otto L. John, 1311 No.
30th.
I'OR SALE Founs mare und spring
wag.in like new. Call 1711 Mar
ket st. .Muln 4048.
$15, good dreehsad Singer sewing
machine, complete. Main ITU.
31» Ho. Ilth st _____
SPECIALLY low pr!> es on second
hand nnd made-over healers at
tlie Taooma Aye. Eurnituie Ex
change, til Tacoma ay.
sf\ Watches cleaned or main
li l)d aprlngs 50c, guaranteed
131$ Pacific ay.
JUST received. 15 used sewing ma
chines, all makea, prices $5 to $21.
J. O. Purkey, 1315 Broadway.
Main 5831.
IJI.-'Wjrn fish to be had at Broad-
Z-Z way Mkt- 1 10r' Broadway^
WANTED—Hogarcattle, veal, hldee,
poultry. Will cal for same. Pay
highest market price. Tneoma
Ment Co. Main 2400; after bual-
DSSS hours, Procfor 1225.
CASH PAID Edit USED FIMINIT
LRE AND OTHER MERCHAN
DISE.
WM. FITZ-HENRY
102 SOUTH 12TII STREET.
AUTOS
FOR SALK— A good 3-pasa. auto,
cheap, 3628 So. Alaska St.
FORD touring car for sale. One
block east from [lav's poultry
farm, on Kpnnaway line. CeMl aft
er 5 p. tu. A. Stovie.
AUTO RIOPAIR SHOP AND OAR
AGE.—Have your auto and wagon
repair wmk done by expert ma
chinists, oxy-acetylene welding.
N. E. Walton, 110-112 Bth St., be
tween Pacific and A St.
_FORD~DELIVERY "
Panel body, good tires, exceptionally
.good condition; a snap at $300;
easy terms. See ua for used care
With a guarantee.
Little & Kennedy Co.
Deed aCr Department. 744 Commerce
'liel^fSale
MATI) for general housework, 6
ro'im house; wages $25. Proctor
Dili!!.
WANTKD —Young woman working
to board and occupy nice front
room. Reasonable. Main 1711.
Factory gins wanted, a good
chance to learn dipper's trade.
Apply Mara Candy Factory.
MOOREFIELD BATHS fo& rheuma
tism and lagrlppe. Lady attend
ant. 7th and Paclflo. Main 5284.
MARKERS and sortera wanted; ex
perience not necessary: good
wages; steady work. Apply Army
Post Laundry, Camp Lewis.
PERSONAL
get wi:l,l, in
I neae nature herbs,
home
■ '-fe succ<*»«fully treat-
I "'■* Sf'iA i,IK stomach, kld
~ •*•* (s»_sL",'>' bladder, rheu
| r J "':',*:'" blood
' j iT--:'t_m disorders, appen
/ «jSr, j» diiills Hillniiit.
«*Br man Jr other all-
mentg of men and
■y-*-.„m'r women by nalng
Chinese nature herbs.
N. VOW CHINRSE RRMKDY CO.
115 Yeslor Way. Seattle, Wn.
Plione Main 4395,
Mil. Wtt\H\, SAT_BE}tO. at Long
shoremen'a union, would like to
hear from his brother. Arthur,
whom he has not seen for 20 yrs.
.-.-.— -• _•-. -. -.-.-. ..- ..,- - . „-. „B ,n -.r» ii Mfc
FURNISHED HOUSE
KEEPTNO ROOMS
FINE houaekeeplnK rooms at 701V4
Pacific ay.
IMPEniAL — Fine hskpr rms. $8
mo. up; walking distance.So. 10th
snd Yakima.
w^Mrm—Jto_KiiMt.
COUPLR~wIth small child wanTTo
rent a furnished cottage or apt.
permanently. Take good care.
State rent and partnculars. Ad
dress Patterson,\3ol No. O.
RENT HOUSES
6-ROOM house on * or 1 lota, city
light and water, hen houses, fruit'
South Knd. Phone owner, Madi
son 100-R.
FOR RENT —Rooming house of 21
rooma Inquire SlO California bd.
HOUSES, Tor rent or sale. H B.
Rita * Co . 621 California bidg.
LONO DISTANCE
Moving—Get Our Prices
McLean, main iih
MAIN 3009 JSft.S-.&'ik
Storage. Nights and Sundays.
MAIN 10«1
City Moving St Storage Co.
FIREPROOF atoraka. 11l Tac ay
DIAMONDS AND
WATCHES
YOU can bur diamonds and watches
for half at Sam Simon's. 1114 Pa
clflo,
REAL ESTATE
110 ACHES 808 TRADE
ABOUT 15 acres cleared, bal. bottom
an.l logged off land. good anil, a
good .»i* "*i large treea, good
well with |'iiin)> and tank, 6-room
house, lartje ham and kmitil out
i* lldlngs, olnae tn milk ami mall
routes, only S-H mill's fnun good
town, about 20 mllea from Taoo
mu. Will Ink.- a good property In
in around Tacoma as fust pay
ment, bat. easy terms.
Bertha M. Griffith
_11-H Provident HI dg.
COMPLETE RANCH
FOR TRADE
"5 acres, M seres andw plow, fine
anil, orchard. 2 good wi-llh, hay,
grain, potatoes, stock. homes,
hogs Mint poultry, farm Imple
ments, good biillillnga, fine loca
tion. Will trade us first payment
for good olty home, or SOTi BCe
home in Puyallup, Tiila is your
chance Is get a faun somplete
wltiiout much money and a guud
one. too.
Bertha M. Griffith
-.'l2-13 Prevldent Mi.ig.
Walking Distance
South Tacoma Shops
ALMOST new 4-room cottage, pan
try, cloeeta, electric liable, city
water, il dandy lots, good garden
soil, terrace. lawn; facing on
American lake cur Hue went of
South Taroma; very prettily situ
ated; about v doien fruit trees;
some Hinull fruit; barn and chick
en liuii.se. I'rlce $1300, > :"" caah,
balance $15 monthly. Let's go.
E. P. GREGORY 00.
lth Floor National Realty Ulilg.
.Salesman 10.
"LAKE VIEW FARM
THIS FARM Is lightly named, as It
fronts on a beautiful like, close
to paved road, between Tacoma
and Olympla. close to Army I'ust,
markets, If your wife has ohpect
ed to a farm, ahow her thla. It
consists of SO acres, 80 a, fine
cleared bottota land and 20 a. first
growth timber; l-rm. house, large i
ham, some stock and tools. Place
is worth tio.ooo, as there is noth-U
Ing better In this location for >1
gentleman's country home, bo
»l'l.■'. being an Ideal hug ami
dairy farm. Listen: DO YOU
WANT to double your monev'.'
Then buy or trade for tli la. Price
16000.
ski. nntrc for Valley Land. -208-» i
Bankers Trust Hldg.
ONE ACRE HOME
l-roora new hungalnw, Just com
pleted. Ono acre of fine garden
soil; on main l.nulcvurd. f.c fare,
lmn't overlook hi*, ut $2,100, on
tei inn to Hull.
TESSE O. THOMAS, JR.
320 Tacoma Bldg. Main 7818.
Foil SALK AT A~BA ItO A?N
LOT and 4-r. cuttago, hath, toilet.
electric lights, phone, etc.; 1 l.ik
from I."* ,n school. Call Main
183$,
Charming North End
Bungalow
BRANT) NEW. basement, furnnce,
lauadry, lii eplit'-o. buffet, com
plete cabinet kitchen with break
fast nook living loom 12x25, rear
bedroom; six sash, etc.
VERT KASV TERMS will handle.
Phone for appointment to see It.
Maryland Realty Co.
(Bungalows Exclusively)
504 California lllilr Muln 1188.
CNE^THOME
D, new, 4-room liou.se, 2 full
lots, nil cleared, city water, elec
tric lights. 5c car fare. Price $1,
--000, $50 cash, lln n month.
K. P. (iUKOo; -.- CO., OWNERS
Fourth Kloor N J Realty Rldg.
1117 P ,iv.
S Acres Waterfront
at Horsrhcad bay, 8 acres cleared,
apple and cherry trees, 3-room
house, good well, chicken house,
$2000, $500 cash balance terms
H. J. SCHWINN & CO.
SIB Tacnma Rldg. Main 14.
*****t**t***o^**t**_m**_m**_m**o^^*o
BUSINESS CHANCES
DRUG store wanted. I
want a drug store in
good locality. Address
G-3, Times.
I WANTED TO BUY
MAKING up a car for Montana,
what have you to sell In line of
furniture, stoves, rnrpots or any
thing of value. If you have sur
plus pinces you are not using con
vert them Into caah by calling on
Wilson. I buy large or small lota,
bring the cash to each one who
calls Main 3278 or oall at 1128
Commerce.
HAVE $25 cash and $20 a month. 1
want a motorcycle. What have
youT Inquire Times.
HIGHEST prices paid for complete
household furnishings, ranges.
stoves of all kinds. Deal with a
reliable film. Tacoma l-'ui-ntture
Co.. 1305 Rroadway.
WANTED TO BUY—HardwoTd~_um~
ber —maple and alder, any
I amounts. State price delivered at
. Tacoma. R. S. Valentine A Co..
! 1107 A at., Perkiua Hldg.. P. O.
HELP—MALE
TEN boys, ages 14 to 16 ,to
aell programs Army football
game Saturday. Apply Lt Hrock
way, Olympua hotel, 10 o'clock
Thursday morning. Oood com
mission:..
WANTEI>'— A boyio"work-_n _klto h^
en. Apply Muehlenbruch'a, 117
Broadway.
MEN and women, learn the barber
trade; big demand for barbers.
Moler System of Barber Colleges,
lilt Paolfte aye. Taooma
*oAAoAotoao^oAjAosoaoaoAmsoAttoamso^soAoaoaoioatsoSoiosoijto)e
PORTABLE HOUSES
PORTABLE permanent
houses. Three rooms
$255; complete fitted
with plumbing $400. See
us at once. Wegener
Mfg. Co., 1107 A st. M.
1243.
FOUND
FOUND — Remington Typewriter
Co. gold medal for proficiency In
typewriting. Owner may have
same by describing and paying
for this adv. Call at Times office.
HIfJUTION
A POSITION as night clerk ~7«
hotel. Want to go to school ln
day time; neat appearing young
men. Room 19, Hotel Revere.
REAL ESTATE
BUSIEST REAL ESTATE OFFICE IN TACOMA
BOI.H A tICMI. IIV'KKY HAY LAST WKICK.
Al.l. PUaCH ASKHS IIAI'HY ANH WK1.1.-HATISI-MKII.
THE REASON WHY WK 1)0 IT
WK work early und lute, vie handle the ImiKalns and have tha largest
list In Tacoma.
I.AIKIK AND SMAI.I. ("ITV IIOMKS Al.l, PHICUS, BKACTIPUL HH
-lIHHHAN' AND I'ul'NTltV IIDM KS
DAIRY I'AHMS, CHIt'KKN AND II MltllV i:\.\VIIKH
INIMI'ItuVKI) ACKKAOB AND VA i ANT I.l' TS.
IF ITS KKAI, KSTATK YOC WANT, WK HAVK IT.
ski: rs i-'iust. wk can savk rnti monky.
MA I.KM MXDI-: OK Yol'lt OWN TKItMS.
IF TOU CAN T IICY, TItAHK .
3 SI'KKI'V AI'TOS. 1 J01.1.Y SAI.KSMKN.
COMB IN AND SKI-: UM. INI-'ciKM \TP IN HUBB,
0. F. MASON, REALTOR
Money to Loan, Insuranco
MAIM 4014. 300-7 HiJI'ITAUI.K Ml.lUi.
FIRST SLACKER TRIAL
BREAKS SPEED RECORD
I
A suggest ion by Judge Cush
man that convii ted slackers might
bo put out at Ciunp Lewis split
ting wood ended the most remark
able snd the shortest trial ever
witnessed in the Tacoma. federal
court Wedncsii:iy morning.
It was tlie trial of the first
slacker in Tat la, and result in
tbe (-(inviiilon ol Henry l>e (Iraf,
24, a nativo of Holland, who de
liberately refused to register June
| because be said he "didn't lie
lleve In killing Ms follow men."
In less than tliree-qimi'ters of
an hour afler the selection of the
| jurors began. De Oraaf was sen
tenced to servo six months tv tbe
county Jail.
Never "liefor-u had the federal
building seen such I trial.
In the first place the attorney
appointed by the judge to defend
tbe slacker was none other than
John M. lloylo, jr., son of the U.
S. marshal.
BefOrt tho trial commenced,
young Boyle tried his utmost to
get the defendant to plead guihy.
but the defendant wouldn't have
a word to say. It was evident tiiat
he waa trying, to play the mattyr. |
The jury was selected ln about
II minutes.
There wa* only one witness In
the entire trial - J. W. MeCormlck,
special agent of the department
of Justice, who told of Hie arrest
of De Oraaf in Montesano.
"De Oraaf told me that he
would be willing to enter the ser
vice ln some other capacity than
on the battlefield," tbe special
agent testified.
It was rk',bt here that tbe de-
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4 —Days Only—4
Starting Today
EM
BARRYMORE
—IN—
"THE
LIFTED
VEIL"
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raEH I \\\\\WW '*-* **'' *' *4wi_H \WWr-' *■
Wax *.____*! R^^ «*_______________________K^£k:l
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CTHCL 6ARRYMORC
•n"THC tIfTEO VCIW"
A 5 act Metro won
derplay of love and
regeneration. <
Added Attraction
A 2 Reel Lonesome
Luke Comedy.
PATHE NEWS
The Greater Apollo
Orchestra.
APOLLO
1131 33 Broadway
Main 2270
REAL ESTATE

fendant spoke the only words In
hi- dol'onso during tho trial., "I
bM your pardon.' he inteirtipled.
"Whut I said was that I'd be v, 111
--ln« to do Home useful work, such
as work on a farm."
When tbe government had
rented ltji caae, the marshal's son
tinned to He (Haaf and said.
"(iet ii|> and tell Ibe jury your
story." Hut De Graaf refused.
"Let them run it," was all he had
to suy.
The jury brought iv the verdict
In five minutes.
FOLLOW
COUNTY'S
METHOD
Attorneys for defendants la
the Camp Lewis condemnation
suit \\ cilneHiliiy morning indicated
au Intention to meet tbe micro
scopic methods of uppraisal which
have been ;i feulure of tbe coun
ty* procedure, with counter
microseopy.
I. X. Hague of tbe Hague BOSI
factory was called by Uovnori
Teats for the defendants, and!
testified that be, with several
others, spent all Inst Ibindny dig-
King holes in tlie Ducott place,
testing the soil, and inspecting the
farm.
I Oi E. Ducott, owner of the
I place, told tbe Jury be paid $1,000
j for it about seven years ago, un
* improved. The appraisal is about
» I.:)()(). Mr* Ducott testified that
she picked $2 worth of plums last
week from a tree which the coun
ty's expert valued at $2.
Other witnesses were Rinnle C.
Clay, J. S. Smeall and Ida San
ders.
Prof. R. K. Benson, soil expert
of the I'nlverslty of Washington,
testified Tuesday afternoon that
the prairie land Is good when ir
rigated. "It Is better than the
Everett sandy loam or the shot
clay soli."
HIS JOB TO
PEEL SPUDS
Men already at Camp I_ewls are
being dißcharged daily upon tbe
receipt of exemption certificates
from the local hoards which sent
j them* into service. Orders dis
charging the following men were
posted Wednesday: Harry F.
Edginton, Walter Burke, James H.
Burrln, Charles H. Tayior.
Jesse Cover, a Dunkard, of
Modesto, Cal., who n«w Is In Co.
I), 363 rd, la peeling potatoes In
lieu of learning to march. Cover
| applied for discharge before his
local board on the grounds of
religious scruples.
His claim was denied, but he
was sent to Camp Lewis as a non
combatant. He has not yet re
ceived bis uniform and is doing
duty in the wide .squared crown
duty in the wide, squared crown
bis faith."
"I don't want to kill men," he
said today. "We believe In re
turning good for evil, and I think
that even a ■•rrtcrWM German
would pause in his. bloody work If
met with the proper Christlike
spirit of meekness."
Prizefighter
Overtrained
On His Wife
11l granting a divorce to Hilda
HcDonald from Allan D. Mc-
Donald WedncHday morning,
Judge Knsterday settled an un
usual point ln domestic rela
tions.
"It appears from tbe testi
mony," said the judge, "that the
husband Is a prizefighter, and
that to keep In practice ha At
times practiced upon his wife. To
this the wife objected, and now
charges that he was cruel.
"A wife may well be proud of
a strong, athletic husband, but ln
practicing upon his wife a prise
flghter should exercise the high
est decree of care lest he over
train In this case I think the de
fendant overtrained "
REAL ESTATE
.vurnislit't. Bungalow
ON I. trra all under cultivation,
good ■"11. I-room new bungalow.
i-'iiupletaly fmnlalied Thla place
cnat preaont owner IJmiO. but will
sell far |l*so<) If taken at onus, as
ha !■ leaving city. Terms can ba
arranged.
J)v Lmul Benton <'«>., Inc.
IH»II lluuk.ia Tui.i uldg
.FOR BALE
t llinill iii'iili'iu, j lots. gas. batb,
electric llghta, plunt' i.*,l, fine
finlah and n beauty i 'nine s'v 11.
only 11000, part BMfc, balance
monthly
O. N. .JOHNS
101 National Hank **f Tn. onia ltldg.
90-Acre Ranch For Trade
:<0 ACHI'X In cultivation, house, big
imin Komi orchard, fins black
sandy loam soli, good intm of
horses, '•• head of stock, rhlcktna,
wii^oiis, harness, tools; •• mll-as
from Olymplii Price I.'""> It"
number, this is a rash pries for
tills i a neli. You must gel down
lo a iiish price on your property.
B. McCOLLEY
U'tl Fidelity itl.ig.
$600 DOWN BUY
o ACRBfI m-ai ly nil tv mil., gn.nl
noil, :' kimhi w<>llr u*\t. of
timber for fin'l, bounn, barn,
chic kaa hamaa, toola, iiu>, fciata
tot'H aii'l guitlfti Htuff; I row, t
heifer, elaaa ti> vehool, jnat mit
hlilh of city 11 ml Ik, |q fnriv t'oin
platt a rar* rhaaaai dea*t wait
Utltl) It tv Koili',
Bertha M. Griffith
212-13 Provident Hldg.
15 Ms., 6-r. House, $IJSOO
TKItMS $100 eush, 1 l)loek to H|nin
auav ear line, Home flue bottom
garden land, >-u"*i (•room plaster
ed house, well v nadhouses, chick.
house, Iftc round trip car fare.
Terms, lion rash, no per mo, «
per eenl. Inl. A laKiilar farm
close t<i town.
A II BAIINIIIHRT.
ll.'. Tneoma Hldg. Male 751.
NAMES FISHER
Harry I_. K'slier, a barber, was
appointed Wednesday by Com
missioner IMtit us Huperlliteiident
of the city free employment
bureau. He takes Hie place of II
Hoy Harrison, president of the
Ceatral Labor rouMtl, who has re
signed from Hi*- c ty job in otAst
to enter business for himself.
A^koF„~, «*'"_rHit America wants to 'see
&VAI VJ VIU this remarkable picture
mmmmmma ■■■■■■" exposures of German*
secret police in America—lo,ooo spies lurking
and scheming in America—Do you know
fZ.-nffif!'" 1'*m Tomorrow
'the spy*
-rVlljtjlA.M rox production
4 DATB STARTING TOMORROW, 1 P. M.
Edwin F. James presents the timely patriotic
American Drama Supreme:
The Spy
By George Bronson Howard, with Dustin j
Faraum— lt's Too Big To Miss. j
TACOMA THEATER
Dally— IP.M.to 11 P. M—-All Baits 96c M 4
REAL ESTATE
Home Bargain
1)1 ItT (HEAP AND
EASY TERMS
1 HAVK the best bur In ths City ci
Taeoma today for m man with j
famlli. In tills H-room house an«
five lots at Ml* Bo Warner St..
for li.iiio. Thla house Is not •
Mliaek nor ready to tumble iloWfc
l.vi l« a good solid plaster**
hoiixe wllh telephone, eltH'trW
llklils hjkl city watar. plumbinjl
rouglied iii for bath and toilet.
nnd i oiuueted wltll cesspool.
THRRK ara about 20 nloe 'rull
trees, a good garage, woodahent
altogether It la a very pretty
plnee Now I can salt thla plaoe
for less than It would ooet t»
build the bona* and practically
yon own terms.
NOW If you evsr aspect to own yOU»
o»ii home this tl your chance.
I MINT l't It Slip by you.
IS l't . „|..-HUIK UIHOTT ...»■
Main r.li. 810 California BtAtf.
LAND
I'IKIirKHT of ahot clay, cedar an*
alder boitoin, l""<l ,"iinty roads
and paved hlgliway to Taeoma.
Hehoola, ■tores, railway atatlonsj
auto bus service; ereain and rural
mall noil's ln lieiul of develop-
St.Taui & Tar. Lbr. Ca
Ol'l'laltS, dlreet to buyer, eliminat
ing mo.il middlemen profits, on
terms al'-olnlely tr> siill Special
proposlliou to actual settlers. I."W
prices. I.uud shown by appoint-.
ini'ii any iluy In woek. Lltura* ,
lure on reiiueat. .*^
-IKSSK (). THOMAS. .IR.
320 Taeoma Hldg. Main ;<UI
sei<; EVERYBODY
l*.l^h: first If you so wlsli. hut .lon't
fall to »"•■ ua hefora you buy of
sell any kind of
UIOAr. KKTATh;
WK hnve satisfied others, and feet
sure we <-an satisfy you tou.
Kcssiiifrcr, Kronian Co.
404 California Hldg.
80~A< Mi I'lS of (rood laat
for rent, sale <»r trade.
Answer A. F., Times.
WANT A STOCK F\II.M" .0 acres
stocked, fine outside i inge. i-'or
narttrulara inldress 8. M Hlxby,
Kolntoah, Wash.

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