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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1909

>Jffffi 6>; nXDAt^iIAYIH CLASH IN WArER DCPT. CAUSES SENSATION The innorrnt looking recom mendation of Water Superlntend en Whitney to the council Wed nesday night asking 'that the Hapl«wood springs water proposi tion be Investigated has caused a nensatton at the city hall. M was like a bombshell In the administration camp. Council man Bell's vigorous calling of at Good Clothes Are An Important Asset to any young man ;' • % making his way in -^^jj^ IMh ' Therefore be very ,;.' Jf^mjj^^^^M careful in selecting ?-fe rwffci I Ilwi' ■'■ Where can y°u -.■■'' l^';' I "If li.-^IS -S^t'them'at reason- I /, I ■ {*^a| store, in the famous Clothes They are indictive of the trend of advanced fashion — pacesetters in style and fabric effects —oiginal and exclusive— leading and often copied by many, even by the best custom ! tailors. ■• ' ■i .'. If you would win the esteem of those with J whom you come in contact— you would assure yourself of getting garments that will keep their ; shape, f...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMBB — ACREAGE I NORTH END ON CAR LINE ■I $ 900—Corner two fin* lots, good --view. ■ - $ —-Two fine lots, fine view. * $ —Two flno lots, fine view. ;" I —Two fine lots, good view. I $ 600—Two fine lots, good view. t. All the above on easy terms. ; JOHN B. KING & CO. .t - < 411 Bankers' Trust Bldg. | — McKIIVLEY PARK SNAP S LOTS, COTTAGE. |850 ' *^ BAL. *10.53 PER MO. NO INT. EAST I NEAR 38TII I 2 blocks from car, well built new {. cottage, painted, electric lights and *. <lty water. Nice garden. Rented to f< good tenant for $7.00 per month. g Owner must have money at once. L M. H. KOEHI I * CO. 4th Floor Berlin Bldg. ; • " - • ■ • " i ', - . 5 acres grood land, close to good school and new town, only $115. •> Your own terms. ; . '. • TACOMA SECURITY CO. 320 Bankers' Trust Bldg. 10 ACRES I Of fine fruit land, 25 miles from H Tacoma, close to good town. Price i; only $225. On very easy terms. 320 Bankers' Trust Bldg. HERE IT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1909

_ PAOB 6, KRiPAT, MAY 14 YOUNG CANVASSER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT V. H. Valley, a canvasser em ployed by a prominent music house, was arrested late last night at his home, 502 South L street, t>y Detectives Fitzgerald, Mllone and Ashby, and locked up at the city jail under the charge of hav ing assaulted a little girl at the JLiOweH school 1 Wednesday. Val ley admitted today that he was the man who was seen at the Lowell school, and that he had seen the girl, but strenuously de nied the assault charg«. The po lice are inclined to believe Valley's ■tateemnt, but will keep him lock ed up until the case is decided. The young man was canvassing for his music house, he says, and entered the school ante-room by mistake. The girl screamed and lie tried to pacify her but she ran from the place crying for help. Valley Is married and has a child. He was at home with his family when arrested last nigh>t, and the police say that he offered no resistance and that he was merely indignant at the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 May 1909

TA<m 8, FRIDAY. MAY U YOUNG CANVASSER CHARGED WITH nuunULl V. H. Valley, a canvasser em ployed by a prominent music bouse, was arrested late last night at his home, 602 South L street, t»y Detectives Fitzgerald, Milone and Ashby, and locked up at the city Jail under the charge of hav ing assaulted a little girl at the Lowell school Wednesday. Val ley admitted today that he was the man who was seen at the tiowell school, and that he had seen the girl, but strenuously de nied the assault charge. The po lice are Inclined to believe Valley's stateemnt, but will keep him lock ed up until the case is decided. The young man was canvassing for his music house, he says, and entered the school ante-room by mistake. The girl screamed and lift tried to pacify her but she ran from the place crying for help. Valley is married and has a child. He was at home with his family when arrested last night, and the police say that he offered no resistance and that he was merely indignant at the humilia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL.. 6. NO. 123 SHOT DOWN IN COLDIJLOQD AS RESULT OF CONSPIRACY WIFE OF MURDERED TACOMAN AND HER LOVER CONFESS CRIME -ACCIDENTS FATAL TO MANY Death Angel Reaps Big Harvest in a series of Extraordinary Mishaps (By United Press Leased Wire.) HACKBNSAOK, N. J., May 18. —The Hackensack river is being dragged today for the remains of four girls and one young man, who were drowned late last night while . they * were crossing the . stream in r small boat, which contained eight persons. When the craft reached the middle of the river the young women became alarmed when the -craft began to rock in the choppy liven and stood up. They lost tnelr balance and the boat cap sized. ' ; .. BABY IS CREMATED. SCAPPOOSB, Ore., May 15.— The charred remains of Raymond Adams, three years of age, were today taken from the ruins of his parents' home, which was destroy ed by fire yesterday. The boy had evidently been playing with matches...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL,. 6. NO. 12S SHOT DOWN IN COLD BLOOD AS RESULT OF CONSPIRACY WIFE OF MURDERED TACOMAN AND HER LOVER CONFESS CRIME -ACCIDENTS ' FATAL TO . MANY Death Angel Reaps Big k v ;C| Harvest in a Series '.-*.' | of Extraordinary r Mishaps 1 V, (By United Press Leased Wire.) ( s HAOKBNSAOK, N. J., May 15. te —The Hackensack river is being i -";'■■ dragged today for the remains of '.. : '*■ four girls and one . young j man, ~* ■who were drowned late last night V while they , were - crossing . the m ■ • * stream in a small boat, which j contained eight persons. * - H When the craft reached the ■\ middle of the river the .young \I : women became alarmed when the r» w craft began to rock in the choppy waves and stood up. They lost .V tneir balance and the boat cap -s^*j sized. . ,' / '-, -."■;. ■■ V BABY IS CREMATED. SCAPPOOSE. Ore., May 16— SCAPPOOSB, Ore., May 15. — , The charred remains of Raymond T Adams, three years o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 May 1909

SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD s :t&&?&&fr»^^'*si^&» ti**»*l!* -^*?t TIGERS ARE NOW THE CELLAR KHAMPSa s9> , , .... „ . ■ 9 h* » &><£ ■ "'■ 1 m NORTHWEST- LEAGUE' «v j r _ i.- ",'-;-",■'- .-.« ..'. . m fmgl&sf"*.'^ Standing.'-. | Pl4K£fe';;»-'/,''-':Won' Lo>at Pet '« : I }>BeatOeiV.;;'..':l9;"f:, 8 .704 , g Spokane 19 J-j: 11 .607 @ Vancouver... IS '?'« 18 :>« .480 I Portland .... 11 16 .421 i Aberdeen .... 10 15 .400 ■1 Tacoma ..... 10 17 .370 % t-"«;*-:".;»" -"■ «... * • ' (By : UnitedsPams j Leased Wire.) - PORTLAND, May s.—Tacoma »; was I defeated 1 again « yesterday ' and I the Tigers now have a Arm hold on Ilast place. Unless some ball play 's mm I are J scared ■ to brace -up > -the -tiwna'rtr Is 'i (feared ■* It ■ Willi ■; hold '■■ the cellar championship. -S' Coins went wrong in yesterday's « Came and bad fielding made mat tors worse. Claflin was put in the | tooi »to ] relieve t him ' but ; Portland walked off with the game witho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 May 1909

-SIX SKELETONS ARE DUG UP BY WORKMEN •A HI'"MAN BONES AND INDIAN > I ReLiCS UNEARTHKD IN OLB BURIAIi GROUND BY RAlL §|*|?\'WAY GRADERS. V*^' Parts of six human skeletons, v i; the decayed remnant of an old Chest containing 'beads and coins , •nd parts from two anolent guns ;; were unearthed yesterday by grad ■ ,i^* of the Great Northern railway „- ->m the tldeflats, working In tie V s j Ticinity of the East Tacoma rail , way yards and Lincoln avenue. - r\ ','" The relics were discovered In a msJi Bmall, dry knoll, which Is though; ~ t>y Secretary W. H. Gillstrap of • the State Historical society to have ■•V ' '. I ! Rich American Pays $330,000 fora Holbein J. P. MORGAN OR P. A. B. , ,-. WIDENER SAID TO BE PUR CHASER OF MASTERPIECE •> OWNED BY DUKE OF NOR FOLK. LONDON, May 14.—The duko of Norfolk has sold one of Hol • briii's most famous masterpieces, a full length portrait of Chris tina, duchess of Milan, for $330, --000, to Messrs. Colnaghl, the well known art deaters, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 May 1909

PAGE 4 ■^kJEbs■WMMUHMWBMM■*••• .^—— .. | . | _.. M N f ._. _. .. „M| .^-^— THE TACOMA DAILY TtAtES notMitsnT | uimu bvmy Arroutooif bxckpt sunday by thbj tacoma I officer t«b : •BNDBKT *T«^f^Mß*2*l^«il«« POBUIHIRfI COMPANY. , . -■■ " ' COMMRHCB ST. IWWWAKIB .: »■<— at ttm T——. W—k, r—f tfle» — S»«—d Cla». Mutt**. | TACOMA. mmnmt Oa« Ceat Per Copjri MOnti DUAIIPCi Bnlim Offlc Mala TS3-AIT33 ■ BjMthbr Carrier «r MaM| *T M*U «HSKM» rIIUNLd. K«»ltort«l Ot-pt. . M«l« TM-AI7SS '. la A4tim», 81* Mo. ILMi Y«ar Sa.T» -^Sajaj,^- '. -j. ■ .■■ vll *"V"-'■" Clr«ala«loa P«pt. Mala 7SS-AITM 180 I TIMES | OBTAINS :. TBDB OOMFVETtE & TELE ORAPHIO ! NEWS ■ SERVICE SCPPIJED BT THH UNITED PRESS ASSOCIAT IONS' LEASED WIRE. -. ;■ ; .--. / ,: ■ Another Way of Rocking a Boat The most dangerous thing a man or a cause can have Is a "fool friend." One can meet his enemy In fair fight and ticht It oat, but a fool friend Is a flank attack that la bound to cripple. The cause of temperance Is on trial befo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 May 1909

jpfrlE SPOTMfI **r£MWSaidGOSSIPQr me STAGE, OTIS SKINNER HERE TOMORROW Otis Skinner's make-up in bis new play, "The Honor of the Family," in which he comes to the » Tacoma Sunday night, is so com plete a metamorphosis that none of his closest friends could pene trate the disguise wh«n he made his first entrance on the stage at the initial performanoe of the play •■ at the Hudson theaer, New York. The character he portrays la that of a dashing soldier who had achieved glory under Napoleon be for» the fall of the emperor. ». Mr. Skinner's make-up as the impudent, Irresistible adventurer was carefully studied by him from t> a portrait exhibited in the Salon, In Paris, of a Napoleonic veteran who had met with flnaacial re verses but always carried himself with the swaggering air of an ir resistible conquerer. In depicting this fascinating type, Mr. Skinner employs the most subtle methods, the most minute indications of character, the most delicate by play. It is declared to be a grea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 May 1909

PAGE 6 STEAMER FLYER WINS EXCITING RACE The old reliable Flyer stuck another feather in her cap this morning by defeating the Ken nedy, one of the newest steam ships on the Sound, In a race from Seattle to the West Passage. The Kennedy, which Is now on the Beattle-Bremerton run, has been pluming herself for the race for some time, and this morning, bright and early, she slid along side the Flyer as the latter boat drew away from her Seattle dock, •ad engaged her In a lively race. The two boats ran almost neck and neck for the eight miles of waterway leading to the West Passage, where the Flyer was vis ibly ahead of her opponent. The *lyer has been In active service more than sixteen yearß and the Kennedy was only built a year ago. BEADS BLOWN OFF. (By United Press leased Wire.) BANTA ROSA, Cal., May 15. — Charles Cassinl, a well-to-do rancher, is dead as the result of a peculiar accident. Casslni took a shotgun and went to kill a chicken for dinner. A few min utes later he was found...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 May 1909

REAL ESTATE, , BUgINESS PROPERTT—VACANT LOTS — HOIOBS — ACREAGE j ! ANOTHER IMPROVED 80-Acre Farm WsBSXM 953H Paclf lo Aye, A" " ■^■"'HIML COMPANY- ,J . COREY & KENNEDY $ 650—A -fine 80 foot corner, above grade, water view, close to Whlt- Knii °J? iS ° i? nd ne blook from Polnt llne- Improvements al! »i n/.A » nd P ald- Easy terms. 11,000— corner of 6 lots, close to the Grandln addition. Easy ertJr- We have a ■mall ranch near Gl« Harbor to exchange for city prop- COREY & KENNEDY ■ ' ", .'.fu) . 412-1J Fidelity Bldg. North Anderson Street Snap Owner Leaving City Will Sacrifice His Home rw 1? 1*; 6 ], lttle hou of flve rooms, porcelain t>ath, electric lights, etc. One lot above grade, In a veiy desirable neishbofhood, between 6th SafntnS X street rs- Thls property hns recently been remodeled and m*. n i« and presents an attractive appearance. The Interior arrange- Vl en ,' 8 v^ rv sood.- J°'i wlll have to act quickly, this Is the best buy ie-rm 1 11' PrCe " °ny - 16°°- Ca" ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 May 1909

rAOK a, BATFKPAY, MAY 18 HOLDS UP EIGHT MEN AND ROBS SALOON DARING BANDIT SCOOPS $80 FROM CASH TIM, IN TAOOMA THIRST IMKIiOK. Working in a cool and system atic manner, a daring bandit held up eight men in the Jefferson sa loon, 1914 Jefferson avenue, I about. 10 c "clock last night, and, after dropping the contents of the cash drawer into his pockets walk- Ad calmly to the rear door of the place and made his escape. The ■nan secured $50 from the cash ' till, but, although several of the , customers in the saloon had money and watches on their persons, he made no attempt to search them. Jacob Otto and Albert Miller own the saloon, and Miller was behind the bar at the time of the holdup. Fritz Newman, H. Frits, Dr. Theodore Rahlfs. Hans Frende and three other men were lined up at the bar when the bandit entered. Each man thrust his hands In the air anrf watched the highwayman while he went hrongh the operation of scooping out the ; . contents of the cash drawer. As soon as the man had...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOTa 6. NO. 124 HAINS DRA WS LONG TERM A T HARD LABOR WOMAN TO REPUDIATE HER CONFESS ON Mrs. Martin Kvalshaug to Deny Plot to Kill Her Husband-Line of Defense Intimated By Attorney-- Wife of Mur dered Man and Paramour Arraigned in Court Today Mrs. Martin Kvalshaug. ac cused of complicity with Charles F. Newcomb in the murder of her husband, Mar tin Kvalshaug, which oc curred last Friday night, probably will repudiate her alleged confession to the po lice and newspaper report ers. Such is the statement made this morning by Attor ney Otis Johnson, who has been retained as counsel by her. He Bays she will cling to her original story that she had no share in the crime and did not see the murderer. "Mrs. Kvalshaug says the police forced all later, statements from her by intimidation and coercion," Attorney Johnson declared, "and that her alleged story as published in the 'newspapers is false. She did make statements ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1909

PAGE 2 IAUTOING I BOXING TACOMANS BREAK liEVEeiTH PORTLAND »—_—. » £* irORTHWEST 1.1: \<;r i » aEa^f"?" Standing. '■;•'" •-*';.: M pife^i^^oii Lost Pet g* 'Seattle* 21 8 .724 §§ !Spokane*.'..;;. 17 13 , .567 $* Aberdeen .... 13 15 * .464 m I Vancouver ... 12 16 .428 fg Tacoma ..... 12 17 .414 jJSi * Portland .... 11. 17 .393 4 ■ • \/'« PORTLAND, May 17.— Tig ers braced up and finished strong tin; the first series' Portland, itakdng the game Saiurday 5 to 1, • with ' old Ike Butler in the box, and winning . again Sunday, with % : Baker up, 6 to 3. ■■,'■■■" , '",-■ SS&Tbe victories ' put : Portland Into Ita»t?plac9.R; Tacoma " started to I wallop the ball Saturday and kept fit up yesterday.. Hall Is trying to I bolster jup % his team > with Swain '^'at second base and Claflln In the i Held. ' Swain put up |an errorless j| Same Saturday but dropped a cou iple yesterday. The two victories, f however, made an even break with Portland on the series. Scores: HBet Saturday— R H E ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1909

SU CIOE PACT II JOKE, DECLARES EAMES COMPANION OP WOMAN WHO SHOT 111 US I |,| SAYS HK DII>N'T TAKE THK DKATH COMPACT SKKIOI'SIiV. (By United Press I. .-.- ,| Wire.) SEATTLE, May 17.—"This sui cide compact was a joke as far as I was concerned," said H. O. Kames, the Tacoma man who was the companion of Mrs. Grace Burke when she committed suicide In a room of the Hotel Cecil, Sat urday afternoon. "We talked it all over several times. I didn't think she was altogether serious about it. I certainly was not in earnest." The woman Bhot herself, Instead of being shot by Eames as first reported, and she succumbed to the wound several hours later in a local hospital. Eames spent yesterday peering through the bars of a solitary con finement cell in the city prison. He was taken from the emergency hospital yesterday morning and is now a prisoner. Just what dis position wJll be made of his case Is a question. He 1b not charged with any offense, yet is held for investigation. He will probably ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1909

'^Sar. facob 4, MOWPAY, MAY tT >;■ \ y rHE TACOMA DAILY TIMES itAOOMVI ONLY ( usuasu uvbbt AFraaurooir bxcbpt Sunday BY tub TACOMA I OFFICBi tsb tEtwStpmimmm4 t i . »„-tihbi rcßuiHiNa company. commbrcb w. jfitWsrAPBB.P.; Barer*.* :mt 4b« TMNM, Wash., r«t.tflw ■■ Srroai Clvi M«tter. \ TACOMA. Barrai Oae Crnt Per Caprt SO Cr«tn DHAIIFCi Bulina Offlc* Mala 753-AITS.I • atoathk7CprrtrrorM.lllU7M.il <jfaK@Jtt» rIJUNLV Editorial Orpt. . M.la 704-AIT3S IB Adva.ee, Six Mo. *I.SOi Year M-TB V^^g^y~ » ""'"■*" Clrculatloa I>«»t. Mula T33-AI7M THE TIMES OBTAINS 1 THB * OOMPXETB TEIJBGBAPHIO NEWS SERVIOKI SUPPLIED BY THH - P^i4%Fis?':'.~:-.: :.>.- v". • UNITED PRESS <assooiatioics', LEASED WIRE. ;■-:■; ■-..■.••■-■■•,-*.■ ?^ .•:.;■■•■..- ■■ ; |*B:i;::;X Too M&nv Guns IIP ■•'. *',' \ Too many guns are carried In Tacoma. . ' ji|feflSs'Another. Innocent citlcen Guns slaughter- Too many guns are carried in Tacoma. Another Innocent citicen has been slaughter •d?«d bacause somebody g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1909

THREE U.S. CRUISERS SML FOR TACOMA ADVANCE GUARD OP FUOR DUE TO REACH ill Hi: NEXT FRIDAY — JAP SHIPS AND ACCOMPANYING » IM isilts TO BE HERE ON THE FOL LOWING MONDAY. The cruisers Tennessee, Wash ington and California, left today for Tacoma to serve as escorts for the Japanese fleet and three other cruisers will follow May 21, ac cording to a United Press dispatch from San Francisco. The Tennessee bears the flag of Rear Admiral Sebree who has taken command of the Pacific fleet, Tice Rear Admiral Swin burne, who retired today, leaving the ship in citizen's clothes, he EARTHQUAKE SCHEDULE Scientist Who Has Been Gather ing Statistics for IS Years Pre dicts Quakes in 9 Years up to 2014 and Kxplains Why They "VUI Occur. (Special Correspondence.) LOS ANGELES, MAY 17.—1n Rn earthquake schedule, prepared aftr OTer 15 years of study and labor, W. A. Spalding, a scientist Of Los Angeles, predicts that earthquake shocks will be numer our and severe during the years 1919, 1931, 1942, 1966, 197...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1909

SEARCHING MURDER RANCH FOR TREASURE ' 3ss'fl*jr i United Press ' Leased Wire.)« MARIPOSA, Cal., : May i\ 17.— ||f "There . seems I little \ possibility of s§l learning the > identity : of the three KB|men, whose skeletons were found •with { that" of John Wilson, i burled tffon the McCoy ranch," said District Attorney Adair .5 today, "We are §§|»tin; digging, but they are digging |Mtor gold and not for bones."' „ i■■" f||ip,Thiß! section ; > was :;_ thick •:,' with placer I miners in ; the early fifties |§§when < McCoy must have built his death trap and secret tunnel on the |!®now famous "murder ranch." ■SgSThese ■' miners . came : from , the ends ;of j the earth. J* No one * knew ill them ]or missed ' them if they dis appeared, for J they were :4 always fcSon i the J move. According to • the Wm district * attorney ' and | others; who iS have ' studied * the case, it la prob able that George McCoy, the mys terious 1 recluse, ;' had i the ; lust I for S gold - developed beyon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1909

REAL f 1 ESTATE [ 9»SO HOME, H CASH. SO. n * • Two lot*, alone worth this price, and a food 3-room house, 0119 block from South Tacoma car on South 64th st. Cement sidewalks, electric lights; plenty ot room fur garden. . BfoKJNLISV PARK SNAP 1 IiOTS, COTTAGE, 9830 11*1.. 910.8S PER MO. NO INT. BAST I M:\Il 38TII ? blocks from car, well built new cottage, painted, electric lights and city water. Nice garden. Kented to good tenant for |7.00 per month. Owner must have money at once. MARKED WAY DOWN 91,375 —1318 8. WASHINGTON Five-room house and two ful! lots, with 15 large fruit trees am! a big shed; cut from $2,000 because the owner simply must get back to Boston after eight years of home sickness. Nlco lilkli location at South 12th and Washington. Kast , front; near car. TWO LOTS. CHEYENNE AND NO. 35T11, PACING CAR LINE!. Price cut to $800. Quick sale. All city Improvements in and paid. SEE 5-n. COTTAGIS AND I V, LOTS SO. SSTH BET. EAST V AND X 9.10 DOWN. BALANCE MONTHLY PRICE CUT TO...

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