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, yon ANOEi.rca. Jan. 21.
flnie. | fear | VhT|tt H.| Wd. | Vei.'l Weather
la. m.\~tb'.l»r)~tf~\~n NF. | ~9~\ n*m.
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Maximum temperature, M.
Minimum temperfttiire. hi.
Rainfall past 14 hour*. 1.08.
nuinfsl! lor season, *.l*.
•RAN TOANCiarO. Jun. 11.— The fnllnwlng
am the seasonal rainfalls tn date. *« compared
with thorn) of the same date last season, and
rainfall In last iwetity-fnur hours:
Last Thin Ls«t
Stations— 24 hours. sea«on. Season.
Eureka M "-M »»■«
Red Bluff 72 I*.W 13.81
Hseramento 64 It. «o 8.1.1
San rranclsco 1.08 13.23 7.10
Fteeno 4« «.»7 1.47
Independence M .91 .42
Sen ll,«ls Oblspo J.3J »M I.M
Loe Angelei l.« J- ft J •"
Sin Dlegn Trsce. 4.«7 .4:>
The storm ts moving slowly northward.
Rain has fallen generally on the cosst and
scross the Sierras eastward to the Rockies.
fecuthern California— Clearing Sunday; light
smith winds, changing tn west.
Lns Angelea snd vlclnlty-Clearlng Sunday;
light couth winds, chsnglng to west.
TRUMBULL-WILSON-Warren P. Trumbull.
sged 40. native of Illinois, r«sldsnt of Den-
ver, and Sue E. Wilson. 29, native of Illlnol*.
resident of Chicago.
RODRKGUES-BOLTZ-Fred XV. Rodregues, 2».
native of California, resident of Lns An-
telea, and Mary F. Boltr. 28. native of
Germany, resident of Los Angeles.
CARR-HTEPHENS-John L. Carr. 25. native
of Pennsylvania, resident of Fullerton. ami
Bertha E. Stephens. 21, native of lowa,
resident of Los Angeles.
CARMACK-TITUS-James P. Carmack, 21.
native of Arkansas, resldsnt of Santa Ana.
and Ruby Titus, 19. native of Wyoming,
resident of Santa Ana.
HANLIN-SCHEMMELPFENNIG — Wlllard J.
Hanlln, 2«, native of Missouri, resident of
Lo« Angeles, and Martha I*. Schemmcl-
pfennlg, 20. native of New Mexico, resident
of Los Angeles.
THORNE-WILLIAMS-Herbert W. Thome,
27. native of Kansas, resident of Los Angles,
and Electra S. Williams, 24. native of Ten-
nessee, resident of Los Angeles.
CONNARD-Charles H. and wife. 723 Flg-
ueroa street. Dec. 27. a daughter.
ANDERSON-L. R. and wife, 325 Welcome
DANNING— Robert and wife, 1712 Trinity
street, Jan. 20. a son.
DE LA METYN— Thurman E. and wife. 1203
West Eighth street. Jan. 20, a daughter.
HALE-Claude F. and wife, 1667 West Twen-
ty-third street. Jan. 14, a daughter.
LAWRENCE-Stanley an* wife. South. Main
PACKiR^WaVr T and wife. 1200 West
Twenty-third strest, Jan. Id. a son.
STARBIRD-Harold B. and wife, 2546 Mag-
nolia avenue, Jan. 8, a son.
Peck * Chase Co., undertakers and embalm-
trs; lady assistant; 433 8. Hill. Tel. Main 61.
BAKER-Sarah M.. «40 West Sixteenth street,
native of New Jersey, anlnltion, aged 73
BINDER-A. AY.. • 1143% Santee street, ' pul-
monary tuberculosis, aged 35 years.
CLARKE— Clarence L.. county hospital, native
of Michigan, pulmonary tuberculosis, aged 46
CUllTlS— Jennie E.. county hospital, native
- of Texas, pneumonia, aged 42 years.
KB LA CROlX— Valiant, 321 North Bronlway.
native of France, lobar pneumonia, aged 50
GRlFFlN— Benjamin Charles, 1315 Charming
street, native of Pennsylvania, pulmonary
tuberculosis, aged 28 years.
M'DOWELL- Victor P., 549 South Main street,
. native of Indiana, diabetes, agsd 41 years.
SPRINGER— EIIas F., Good Samaritan hos-
pital, native of Missouri, aged 73 y.ears.
WALL— Edgar H., 1118 Stanislaus street, na-
tive of Maine, peritonitis, aged 64 years.
ZWETBCH— W. E.. 62«H South Spring street,
native of New York, tuberculosis, aged 50
HASKINS-To Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Has-
klns, 268 S. Burlington avenue, Jan. 19, a
FLEMING— At the residence of her son, Clif-
ford B. Fleming. 1002 Beacon street, January
"0 1905, Mrs. Mary J. Fleming, a native of
Indiana, aged 83 years. Funeral services
will be held at the residence, Monday, Jan-
uary 23, 1905, at 2:30 o'clock p. m. Interment
GOUGH— Chas. E.. aged 29 years « months.
Funeral from Paul's undertaking parlors.
Avenue 21 and Downey Sunday, Jan.
S5, 2 p. m. Interment, Rosedale.
. FUNERAL NOTICE
Court Olive. No. 39. F. of A.— You are
notified to attend a special meeting of this
court Monday, January 23, at 1 o clock
sharp, at our hall, 107W North Main street,
fti* the purpose of attending the funeral of
our late brother, Maurice Frieze. Roll call
at 1:30 sharp. Members of sister courts
cordially Invited. A- Newman. Chief Ranger.
L. Ztnnamon. Financial Secretary.
BRESEE BROS. CO. XK ffi°i_. B
BHUADWAY AND s)l>'T*» *?**?*-.„„
Lady Assistant Attends UNDERTAKERS
I »<H«» snd Children. MWUIIIWUW
PIERCE BROS. & CO
funerhl alraotors, 810-81J S. Flower street. Oni
lady undertaker. Miss Elizabeth Thompson.
ta attendance for women and chlldrea daj
»r nlcht. Phone South UT.
GOLDEN STATE CAMP, NO. 7110, M. W. A.,
meets every Wednesday night In K. P. hall,
108 North Spring st. All neighbors cor-
W. H STONE, Clerk.
238-239 Bradbury Bldg.
200 EXTRA SKATS
at the Milvor-Tyndall lecture this afternoon
mill be furnished by M. Jean De Chauvenet,
Miss Anita Vennum on the violin, and
Mr. Tracy Hoag on the cornet, with Mies
DR. McIVOR-TYNDALL will speak on
Doors open at 2:15. Lecture at S:V,
OCCULT SPIRITUAL SOCIETY HOLDS
meeting this afternoon at 11:30. Lecture
by Dr. Green; subject, "Spirit Phenom-
ena Explained"; followed hy tests; mes-
sages for everybody present. Meeting this
evening at 8 o'clock; subject, "Danger In
Speaking With Spirits": followed by lists:
messages for everybody present; full
Room 1«, 11H4 SOUTH SPRING KTHEET]
THEOSOPHICAL HEADQUARTERS, 4%
Blanchard Bldg. ; library open dally 2 to
4 p. m.: publio lecture tonight 8 p. m., by
Miss Stella Mli-helsen: subject, "Invisible
Helpers;" Tuesday afternoons 3 p. m., In-
quirers' dais; publio invited. Wednesday
evenings, I p. in., branch meeting, open to
all T. B. members. Friday evenings, 8 p. m.,
meeting for study and discussion; public In-
ADVANCED THOUGHT SOCIETY,
BRENT'S HALL. TONIGHT
534« i S. SPRING HT.. BET. 6TH AND RTH
No lecture; the entire evening devoted to
tests and spirit messages, through the great
psychic. JOHN W. HENLEY, the man who
in a public meeting Jan. Bth, predicted tho
disaster which now prevails at hi. Peters-
burg. Come and hear from your loved ones,
bong service from 7:30 to «, conducted by
Mrs. John Henley.
FIRST"BPIRITUALIBT MISSION, AUXILIARY
state Spiritualist Assn., IUVi B. Spring, Dr.
and Mrs. Chesbro, pastors, l.tu p. m., con-
ference and spirit messages; 7: Hi p. m., i..,.-
turo by Mlsa Coffin of Uoston; recitation*
by Mr. Ormond and —la* Avis; mssaages by
Mrs. Chesbro. Admission free.
■•EVOLUTION FROM KTHKB TO BOUDB? 1
an address by Dr. J. H. Hmlth befure the
Progressive <luh, l'Ui ri. Broadway, today
at t:ii. Dr. Tanner, an opponent of "evulu-
lion." will lake part ill the dlscuwlun.
Vocal, violin and piano music. „ Fres.
PROK. IRA L. OUILFORD BPEAKS ON ANY
toplo suggested by lit* audience. Practical
tests for all. Monday evening. S«at» (re*.
BRKNT'S HALL. W4H 8. Curing gt.
metaphysical library. «ll GRANT BUILD-
. I NO. 366 South Broadway. A choice line
■:.•, book. o» «... H0.,. Phone 1716.
The most llbarni offer ever made hy any
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With every cash "Want Ad" for The Sun-
day Herald amounting to 20 cents or mnre,
at the rate of I c»nt a word. The Herald
will give free of charge a handsome cloth-
nounii bonk. These bnoKs sre stnndirfl
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and receive an order m Tf-e Herald for «
handsomely bound hook, fiction or poems.
Bring the order to The lleruld office at your
convenience and select ycur book, which
will he nhsoiutely free.
HKINZKMAN'S PHARMACY, Ninth and
MrLAIN * 1.F.1. AM1 URtO CO., Temple
A. ,1. M u;nz. Adams nnd Ontrnl.
V. N. VAN HORN, 247 K. first.
11. Oi NORLAND, 2133 K. First.
KHNK.ST 11. HALL, 36th and Central. _
NINA C. KOMI3TON, Vermont and J?ffer-
A. P.'siIIDKLER, 3727 Wesley Aye.
C. 11. LEWIS. Third nnd Mnln. ' "
WKKTI.AKK PHARMACY, »1«M) W. SeTenth.
O. 11. I.KWIS, Ninth nnd Flaueroa.
HAHPKII * Mri;i.lli:i:, Washington and
B. C. ANKLEY, ISOI W. Seventh,
DR. lIASKMBIER'tt PIIARMACV, 85th and
LEWI.H URL'O CO., Seventh and Central.
J. V. AKKY, Vernon and Central.
HTAR PHARMACY, Sixteenth nnd Star.
W. H. CHEHINOTON, Pico and I'nlon Are.
FHEKMAN-I.ISC'OMH CO., loth nnd Hoover.
11. L. PARK. Iliuh mill Washington. ,
NANCE'S lIKL'M STORE. Washington and
Till-: LION lIRVO STORE, 12tb nnd Ten-
CHICAGO PHARMACY, Central and 12th.
11. (I. VOKCKt 1.1., Klghth and Central.
HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY, 5703
PEOPLE'S PHARMACY, E32 Temple.
O. KAKUFKBR, 211 AlliO.
DECKWITII URL'G STORE, 1432 San
11. KAIXIVVOnA, 1088 Temple.
UOYLK lIRIUIITS DRUG STORE, lOS 3 E.
F. ,?. KRUKLL. 2801 San Pedro.
EAST L. A. URL'G STORE, Aye. 24 and
N. N. MILLER, 2131 Downey Aye.
VANCE'S DRI'G KTORK, 7th nnd Fluueroa.
PARIIISII £ UAII.EY, Bth and Olive.
TUNNKL PIIARMACV, Third and llnueron.
SKNTOrS PHARMACY, Sentous and 11th.
MILTON URL'G CO., Washington and San
RKI> CROSS URI'G STORE, 3120 S. Main.
EDWARD «i. HINZ, 2800 S. Mnln.
A. N. GIRARD CANDY STOKE, 2300 San
CREHCKNT DHI'U STORE, Sth and Towne.
11. E. HOWARD, 2(181 W. Plro.
WILSON'S PHARMACY. Oth and Flgueroa.
WEItEK lIKVO CO., 9th and San Pedro.
DOI'GHTY * BARTI.ETT, 7th nnd Wall.
J. W. CALDER. 74fl San Pedro.
FIGI'EROA PHARMACY, I'lco and Flg-
MORTON CIGAR STOKE, Wnshlngton and
ARCADE PHARMACY. 005 E. Sth.
BOVD PHARMACY, Washington and Ver-
Out of Towi Agciclss
MUNDORF BROS.' CIGAR STORK, Colo-
rado und Raymond. Pnsudena.
C. 11. WAlili, 41 N. Fair Ouks Aye.. Pasa-
METCALF PHARMACY, Raymond and
SHECKI.ES' DKI'G STOKE, Station H, N.
CANDY STAND, OLD WHARF, Santa Mon-
PACIFIC ' PHARMACY, Third and Utah,
OCEAN 'PARK' DRUG CO., 139 Pier Aye.,
Ocean Park, Cal.
PIER STORE CIGAR STAND. Ocenn Park.
WOLF'S URL'G STORE, 2d and Pine Sts.,
Long Beixh, Cal.
E. 11. JACKSON, 139 Pine St., Long; Beach.
ARMOITR'S PHARMACY, Sun Pedro, Cnl.
SEASIDE DRUG STOKE, Sun Pedro. Cal.
MAY'S DRI'G STORE. Redondo, Cul.
E. J. PLUMMEU, Front St., Redondo, Cal.
SMITH'S DRUG STORE, 103 Vi 8. Oreen-
lenf Aye., Whlttler, Cal.
L. ROCKWELL, DRIGGIST, Compton.
HOLLYWOOD PHARMACY, Hollywood.
GLENDALE STORE, Glendale, Cal.
KIIVOOD'S DRUG STORE, Alhnmbra, Cal.
JOHN P. RICE. DRIT.GIST. Downey. Cal.
VEDANTA SOCIETY LECTURES — THE
Swami Sachchltiananda of India will hold a
discourse in the Society rooms, 1947 Estrella
avenue. Sunday, January 22. at 3 p. m.
Subject. "Immortality." Admission, 25c.
PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY WILL MEET
Tuesday evening. January 24th, at 125Vb South
Spring street. All Pennsylvanians are cor-
dlallv Invited to he present.
When you buy 2&C paper and pay, cay 60c
for border. Our $1 quality paper and border
for 12-ft. mom mads us famous; 7-ft. shades
25c and 35c; 36-ln. dyed burlap, 15c;
40-ln . heavy dyed burlap, 20c: 76-ln.
(not 72-ln.) heavy natural, 20c. These
burlaps are heavier than the ordinary
and especially fitted for tinting and
painting. Best paint, $1.50 per gal.; mold-
Ing, 2c tUI uaper cleaner, 25c: old English
floor wax, 4oc; painting reasonable and
guaranteed. WALTER BROS.. 627 S. Spring
«t. Phones-Main 1055; Home J055.
NOTICE— MEMBERS OF I. O. O. F.
America lodge, No. 385, will be honored
by a visit from our grand master, John
W. Linscott. Thursday evening, January
ferred. All members of the order are
cordially Invited to attend.
HUGH SCOTT. N, G.
R. O. SKELTON. Rec. Sec.
W. V. JOHNSTON'S.
The old reliable carpciter Jobbing shop.
Best place for good w jrk a'irt prompt ser-
vice Screens, ladder 1 "., thin boards made to
order and In stocl'- Tel. Rev 2172. 309 W.
WHAT IS FINER THAN A GLASS OF
sneet apple cider when it Is good? Ohio
apple cHer Is like you used to make on the
farm. Look for the red, white and blue keg.
i". W. O'CONNOR, Wholesale Agent; phone
MADAME PHILLIPS, THE WELL KNOWN
hair dresrer anil manicurist, him returned.
after an extended trip east and abroad, am!
with a complete line of human hair gooils.
She will be pleased to tu>e her ulrl as well us
new patrons. 312 S. HILL.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TIIK ALPINE
(111 Company was adjourned until Friday.
January 27, at 3 p. m.. at SIB Tajo build-
ing. CHAS. T. DOLLINGER.
A LADY OF LITERARY ABILITY WILL
addreßH thn Lo« Angclc-n Liberal club, Hur-
hank hall. r,4JU s. Main street, 7:45 tonight.
Subject, "Man Is a Record of the Events of
the History of the World." Free.
BORDER AND PAPER FOR 12-FOOT ROOM,
$1; all borders aan'e prku as pdper; best
paint, $1.50 gal.; i-ft. shudes, JSo; moMlng,
2c foot. WALTER BROS., f«7 S. Spring.
JAMBOO FURNJTUHH-UB mXk~E OUR
own goods and nell cheaper; expert wurk-
M. CO.. 132 W. 6th st.
FRI'IT TREKS. HALMS. ROSES, KTC. JUST
th* time to plant them now. KAN CHER
CREKK NI'RSERY, Til 8. Spring. Main
nursery, Fresno, Cal.
WANTED— PUPILS BY AN' EXPERIENCED
teacher. Either primary pupllx nr those
entering high school. Aildrem 2:!7 PACIFIC
AYE.. Long neach.
iTemoval~h" deacon hah removed
his stock of wall paper un 1 paints from 4320
to 4411 CENTRAL AVKNIiE, VKRNON.
BO CAL. TRANSFER CO.-TRUNKS. WC
and up: general drayagx. T«ls. Main SIS 6;
Hume tl»4. 821 W. BECOND BT.
PIONEKR CARPET CLEANINO WORKS.
Tel. Main 217; Home 217. -..« H. Olive. Up-
hnlsterlng and impel cleaning.
CHURCH NOTICE 3
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ON FLOWEIt
st., between Seventh and Klghth mi.,
Rev. Joseph tlmale, pastor. Thomas
Baldwin. D. D., acting pastor. Dr. Bald-
win's sermon in the morning at 11 o'clock,
"Th« lnt«rce»»lon." Special choral service
In th* evening at 7:30 with short sei-
mon "On th* HeeMng of Man."
W. J. COLVILLW
Conducts services and Ucturea in lilan-
chard hall at 10:45 v. m. : subject, "The
New Bra- What Does It Portend f" Also
In Kramer's academy. 834 Houth Grand
avenu*. 9 p. nt. ; "The Great L«»»on of the
Morality Flay, 'EvA-yman.' " Heats fr«e.
HOME "br TRUTH, PICO AND OEOROIA
—Sunday. U a, m . Mary Lainoreaux-Bur>
nell; T:« p. m., Oeorg* Edwin Burnell.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNINO, JANUARY a_, 1905.
THfTloiT a'nok'lkh FELLOWSHIP (BEN-
Jnmln Kay Mllln. permanent mlnlster)-!<er-
vi<-. .1 In Masonic hall,. 43:1 H. Hill St., 10:43
s. m. Mr. Mills will speak on "Th« Pl«y
of Kverynwn." A few reserved seat tick-
ets good for thin service till 10:40, without
charge st Hun Drug stores, leading mutlo
j-r in-< mi. l leading hotels. All seats free
sftf-r li>:4>; 13:W noon, Stimlny school of
religion and ethlrs for ohlldr'n. Rmersnn
rinss for ynung men and young women,
('la** In snrlal ethics led by Rev. J. M. A.
Hpeni-e; 7:«S p. m., Mr. Mills on "The
Mod»1 Husband;" orchestral concert 7:18 tn
7.4-.; lotos, by thn great tenor. Mr. Reginald
L«»man, from Boston. Doors open at 7
p. m. All seats free.
SERVICES, BROADWAY CHRISTIAN
Ing by' B. F. Coulter at 11 a. m. and at
7:411 p. in Kiinrlny school at 9:30 a. m.
Young people's meeting at «:30 p. m. Also
pruning hy Dr. F. M. Klrkham at the
above hours st the Vernon Christian Mis-
sion, rnrner Forty-fifth and Wadsworth,
one block west of the Central avenue car
line. Christian Mission, under the aus-
pices of Hie Hroadway Christian church,
enrnor P!co and Xl Mollno streets— Sun-
day school at 3 p. m. and communion ser-
CHRIST PROTKSTANT EPISCOPAL
itpv. <j»o Tho». Dow'ilng. D. 1).. rector;
Rpv. Charles W. Naumann, assistant min-
ister. Morning prayer with sermon hy
Dr. Howling at 11 a. m.: "Marrlsge and
After Marriage," No. VIII; "Evenings at
Home— How to Keep Them from Being
Dull.'.' Sunday school at »:»o a. m. Mus-
Irnl service with evening prayer and ad-
dress by Rev. Mr. Naumann, at 7:80 p. m.:
"The Man and the Hour." Tnlverslty, Pico
Heights, or Washington street cars. Wei-
IMPORTANT— BE ON TIME
2(>o EXTRA SEATS
at the Mclvor-Tyndall lecture this afternoon
will be furnlshsd by M. Jean De Chauvenot,
Ml,« Anita Vennum on the violin, and
Mr. Tracy Hoag on the cornet, with Miss
DR. McIVOR-TYNDALL will spsak on
Doors open at 3:15. Lecture at 2:45.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, FlO-
ueroa and 20th sts., Rev. Frank De Witt
Talmage, D. D., pastor; services at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. ; subject of morning
sermon, "Sin's Footprints;" In the even-
Ing Dr. Talmage will deliver the elev-
enth of a series of sermons of special
Interest, on "Twenty Warnings for Twen-
ty Sins';" subject, "Fatal Falsehoods." A
cordial invitation extended to all and es-
pecially to those without a church home.
Sl\ PAUL'S PRO-CATHEDRAL, THE
church for all people. 623 South Olive
street, the Very Rev. J. J. Wllklns. D. D..
dean and rector. The usual services, 7:30
a. m., 9:30, 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject. Dr. Wllkins PJ eaC^,i
"Overcoming Evil." Dr. Shields will
preach In the evening. Sittings free.
Strangers welcome. The Brotherhood of
St Andrew will extend to young men
an especial welcome.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST,
of Los Angeles— Services In the church edi-
fice, Seventeenth street, near Flgueroa, Hun-
day. 10:45 a. m. Sermon from the Christian
Science Quarterly; subject. "Love. fcab-
bath school at 10:43 a. m. ; testimonial meet-
ing Wednesday ut 7:45 p. m. Take Washing-
ton street car to Figueroa and Seventeenh
or Traction cars to sixteenth and Georgia.
Reading room, 406 Braly building, 4th and
Spring streets, open dally from 9:30 a. m. to
6 p. m.
FiRsTT'ONQREGATIONAL CHURCH, HOPE
St.. near Ninth— Seats free. Rev. Wm. Hor-
ace Day, pastor; Rev. Warren F. Day. pas-
tor emeritus. Music In charge of Mr. Harrq
Clifford Lott, bass; Mr. W. F. Skeele. or-
ganist; Mrs. C. G. Stivers, soprano; Mrs. C.
E. Richards, contralto; Mr. J. J. Helder,
tenor. Morning service, 11 o'clock. The pas-
tor emeritus will preach. Evening service,
7:30 o'clock. The pastor will preach. *
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST.
Simpson auditorium. 734 S. Hope street—
Services Sunday, 11 a. m.; sermon from the
Christian Science Quarterly; subject: "Love."
Sabbath school, 9:30 a. m. Wednesday even-
ing meeting, 8 o'clock. Reading room, 510-01 l
Herman W. Hellman Bldg., Spring and
Fourth sis , open dally. Sundays excepted,
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
11. DEPENDENT CHURCH OF~ CHRIST,
Dobinson auditorium. 1044 So. Hope st.-Rev.
J. S. Thomson, pastor. Subject of sermon
Sunday morning, "Our Need of Idolatry.
The services begin at 10:45 a. m. Sunday
school at 9:30. Everyone welcome.
,1. BTITT WILSON. ~~
Kramer hall. 034 South Grand. 1:30 p.
m. sharp. Subject. "The Great Insplritor.
Admission 25 cents. Pasadena tonight.
CHURCH OF THE UNITY (UNITARIAN), 925
S Flower at.— Wesley HaskeM. minister. Ser-
vices. 11 a. m., Sunday bchool, 9:45. Rev. E.
T. Wilkes. Sunday Bchool superintendent.
THE USUAL GOSPEL TEMPERANCE SER-
vlce will be held thlß p. m. at 3 o'clock,
Wright & Callender hall, 321 S. Hill st.
Good music and speaking.
WANTED — MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade; eight weeks completes; positions
Guaranteed; constant practice; expert In-
structions; wages made while learning;
largest, lightest and cleanest college In
California; all principal cities; established
twelve years; any student Is our reoom-
mendatlon. "Call or write for our special
terms. MOLER'B BARBER COLLEGE,
113-1U Fast Second Street.
HUMMEL BROS. * CO.
A strictly first-class, reliable agency. All
klndi of help promptly furnished. Your or-
116-lts East Second street,
Between Main and Los Angeles Bts.
Largest and best equipped offices OS the
Telephone Main 60».
WANTED — GOVERNMENT POSITIONS.
Preparation for postal clerks, letter carriers,
railway mall clerks and others. Salaries
from S6O4i to 81S00 per annum. Thousands
of new appointments to be made this year.
Over 13.000 appointments last year. An ex-
ceptional opportunity. Positions perma-
nent. Gradual promotion. Exams, soon.
See MANAGER, 412 Byrne Bldg.
YOUNG MEN, 20 TO 30, STRONG, GOOD
sight and hearing, for firemen and brakemen.
California and other railroads. Firemen. 165
monthly, become engineers and average $128.
Brakemen, 860, become conductors and aver-
age $105. Nane position preferred. Send
slarap for particulars. RAILWAY ASSOCIA-
tIon. Dent. 8s), Charles Bldg., Denver. Colo.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS — 30,000 AP*-
polntments last year. Chances better now.
Thousands we have prepared have been ap-
pointed. Hy mall and other examinations
noon In every Ktate. Write for free booklet,
"M-l," giving list of positions, sample ques-
tions, etc., to NATIONAL CORRESPOND-
ENCE INSTITUTE, Pacific Coast office, 927
Market street, San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED. UP-TO-DATE
office and mercantile assistants to register
for good positions; our system Is abova re-
proach; we charg« no advance fees for our
services; highest bank and mercantile refer-
ences; prompt, courteous and trustworthy
service EDUCATIONAL EXPERT CO., fCi
WANTEP-MAN WHO CAN INVEST $360
In line paying business, which Is clean, eaity,
»Brp«able wurk, that experience Is not
necessary, where you can make $130 a month.
Owner, will teach you the business and take
you In as partner. Call Monday or there-
after, room 1, 885 H. HILL ST.
WANTED- IMBT. SUPT. FOR INCORPORAT-
ed mercantile company for Arlioua. New
Mexico and Southern California. Salary $1600
per annum. Must be able to take $1000 stock
in corporation. None other need apply. State
former occuputlieji, age, references, etu. BOX
933, Herald office.
WANTED-MAN. UNDER 86, FROM LOS
Angeles or vicinity to prepare for good posi-
tion as railway mail clerk. Experience In
pustofflce .not necessary. Entrance salary
$800 per annum, gradual promotion, an ex-
ceptional opening. 1-Uain. soon. 6«e Imme-
diately W. HAGAR, 412 Byrne building.
SAIJOBMEN — EXPERIENCED SALESMEN
warned by larifa manufacturer of lithograph
advertising specialties, calendars, eto, Com-
petent, successful men liberally dealt with.
AddresM LITHOGRAPHER, 378 and J7B
llroaUway. New York.
WANTED - MEN, WESTERN CANADA,
free government land; success and Independ-
ence ussured; maps, pamphlets, home-seek-
ers' excursion rates. Apply or write A. H.
McGAFKIN, 806^ 8. Spring St.
BALEHMKN— REAL "ESTATE; GOOD OpT
nortunlty for right men. For particulars
address K. C. Room 1201. No. 108 Fulton
Street, N. Y. ,
DETKIITIVEH— KVERY LOCALITY, GOOD
■alary, experience unnecessary, INTKR-
KTATB D_T_CTiVH AUENCY, Milwaukee,
DBTEOI'IVES— KVKRY LOCALITY. ' OOOD
salary: experience unnecessary, INTKIt
■TAT- DUX'UCTIVE AGENCY. Milwaukee,
Wls. h MatMssraßNNMMHfiM_Mlß»_M
LAniKB-t UAVK A VERY r>ESIRAfH,T:.
Jionrst po'Hlon to offer one lady in enoti
lomiity, »hlrh «liould.e«»lly p«y «ny »nm»n
from $15 to $2S per wi>»k. This I* n bona flrto
prnpnsltlnn. and If yon run spur* only tnn
hour* per day, do not fall to Writ* to MABEL
K. HIISH, Rox H. Joll«», 111.
LAr>IES-$25 THOUSAND COPYING SHORT
letter* at hnnir; material sent FREB every-
where, fiend ttnmped, addressed envelope
for ropy of Ifttor Kftd full rwirtlriiliira.
EASTERN CO.. 817 Heed Bulkllnf, Phlla-
LADIES-*? TO ?IO WEEKLY K\rtNEt»
Join* plain aewlng at hnm*. Mnterlnl sent
trf» everywhere prepaid. Stamped ad-
dressed envelope brlnt« particulars. tTNION
COMPANY, IJIJ Filbert »trHt, fhlln-lni-
WANTED— LADIES TO I. EARN TUB BAR-
»•' trade; no (!h»r«i"«. fnr (Irit six; will
epen finest lady shop In city; position*
given our graduates. Call or writ*. UO-
LER'S BARBER eoi.l.Kciß. lIS B. Second.
LADIES HAVING FANCY WORK TO BELT,,
embroideries, Mattenbers;, drawnwork; alao
to do order work; atamperi envelope. LA-
THES' EXCHANGE, 34 Monro*. Chicago.
LATIIEB TO DO PIECEWORK AT THEIR
home*; we furnish all materials »nil pay from
17 to *12 weekly. Bend utamped pnvelnps to
ROTAL CO., 94 E. Monroe Ht., Chicago.
COPYISTS WANTED-WRITINO AT HOME;
fJS per 100 lettern e»nt urn utamperi, addreM'd
envelope. (XINTINENTAL WHOLESALE
CO.. Room 4, Bt. l,oul» 1
WA NTED-OLD LADY* OR GIRL. TO DO
general housework In family 3; wagea $2 60
per week. Take Hollywood car. A. 11.
LADIEB: EARN $!» PER HITNDRED
writing ahort letter*. Send atnmped en-
Beat Mfg. Co., Valparaiso, Ind.
Help— Male and Female
WANTED — ENEROETIC, TRUSTWORTHY
sentlng large manufacturing company. Sal-
ary, 140 to 190 per month, paid weekly; ex-
fenaea advanced. Addreaa, with stamp, J.
I. MOORE, Ixia Angelca, Cal.
AOENTS WANTED-810 PROFITS lUOHT
In your own town. Our Guaranty Name
Plates for front doors aell on sight. Salon
made In eight ut of every ten homes. Hand-
some aluminum frame holds movable let-
ters. Any name act In a minute. Plate
quickly put In place with a pocket screw
driver. Will never tarnlah or crack. Guar-
anteed for ten years. Everybody wants one.
You never had a proposition like we offer.
It's a money getter. Send a dollar for sample
plnte with name, or write for particulars.
Money refunded If not satlafactory. GUAR-
ANTY PLATE WORKS, No. 109 Pembroke
Block, Manchester, New Hampshire.
WANTED — EXPERIENCED INSURANCE
man to purchase half Interest In good con-
tract for California and Arizona for old
pi res September, 1906. If you have some
money and experience In Insurance see me.
FRANK HORN, 418 Hcnne Bldg.
CANVASSERS FOR LADIES 1 SUITS AND
skirts to measure, profitably handled by
tailors, milliners and dressmakers. Fine out-
fit. Write PERFECTION LADIES' TAILOR-
ING CO., 18G Van Buren St.. Chicago, 111.
Dept.iB. ' : ■_
WANTED— AGENTS EVERYWHERE TO
ftell our Una of wall paper, paints, burlaps,
W. shades, moldings, etc. ; samples free of
charge. WALTER BROS., 627 S. Spring.
AGENTS-FORTY NEW HOT SELLERS
just arrived from cast. Indies, gents, can
make 16.00 dally. AGENTS' SUPPLY CO.,
11l Court street.
WANTED— DISTRICT ORGANIZER FOR
Los Angeles for Ancient Order of Pyramids.
Good contract. FRANK HORN, 418 Henne
Situations — Male
WANTED— CLERICAL POSITION BY YOUNG
married man, 2« years of age, good penman,
experienced In bank and office work of all
kinds. Four years' experience as clerk In
department at Washington. Would be willing
to start on small salary. Address BOX 1118,
Herald office. '.'■'■
YOUNG MAN, 30, DESIRES POSITION: CAN
keep books, operate typewriter and help out
generally; also experienced salesman; salary
no object. Address BOX 807, Herald.
EXPERIENCED BEE MAN WISHES A
position. 30 years of age; can furnish refer-
ence. Address L. L. STEEL, 614 East
Fifth street, Las Angeles.
JAPANESE WANTS SITUATION TO DO
any work In the afternoon. Address BOX
805. Herald office.
Situations — Female
LADIES' TAILOR. MAN, WISHES POSl-
tlon as skirt maker In some first-class estab-
lishment. Received diploma of honor In
Vienna last summer for tklrt making. Ad-
dress LADIES' TAILOR, Box 1119, Herald.
ItEFINED LADY TEACHER WILL TUTOR
In all branches or give lessons in Eng-
lish grammar and composition. Address
Box 940. Herald office. ■,?•;■
HOUSEWORK— ELDERLY, NEAT, CON-
sclentlous; good plain cooking: ?5 weekly;
with same kind. Call Monday. 330 E.
WANTED TO RENT-5 OR 6-ROOM COT-
tage on good car line. Must be modern; not
to exceed $25 per month. Address BOX 845,
WILL PAY SPOT CASH FOR 50 TO 200-
foot lot, between 28th and 42d streets, and
between Flgueroa and Vermont streets.
COAST EXCHANGE, 634 Byrne Bid*.
IF YOU FIND IT DIFFICUT TO RENT OH
sell your property, call KYDGR REALTY
CO.. 2*B Mercantile Place. Main 20(1;
WANT RESIDENCE LOT NEAR CAR LINE.
SKSOII. WRIGHT ft HIIAUI'K, 232 Jlellnmu
WANTED— A WELL LOCATED LODGING
house for each. J. A. MORLON & CO., 41t
Chamber of Commerce Bid*;.
To' Purchase — Real Estate
I HAVE CASH PURCHASERS
LOTS, HOI'NKS AND BUSINESS
■ 121 lIENNE BLOCK.
WANTED— I HAVE TWO CUSTOMERS
tor SMALL CHICKEN RANCHES.
W. W. DUMM,
318 Grant Bulldlnf,
Phone 3090, Cor. Fourth and Broadway.
WANT NIX-ROOM COTTAUKI MUST BK
well built, well arranged, well located;
give location; answer quick: cash buyer.
WRIGHT * HIIAIU'K, 232 Hellman Bltlg.
WANTED— TO BUY A LOT FROM OWNER.
Hruthwest. No agents. GEO. M, EASTON,
Building Contractor, 107 West 7th st. Home
WANTED— MONEY, IN LARUB OR SMALL
•mounts, foi loans on Improved real es-
tate. I can obtain for you I to I per
cent net on the nmi elms* of securities
on which you get 4 per cent through
savings banks. Twenty years' experience
In Lo» Angeles enables me to select safe
Investments. Hlthsst bank references of-
fered. Correspondence from non-residents
Invited. R. \V. I'OINDK XTKK. «v» H'H-
cox Building. L. A. R. M.
WANTED-^ PER CENT NET INTEREST,
payubte s»ml-annually on our paid-up cor.
Mfloates; nothing better in the market; uni-
form satisfaction given for eight years past;
safe at government bonds; secured by « de-
posit of firm nwt(t(«a with a trustee; In-
vestlgat*; write for booklet and Information
to the PROTECTIVE SAVINGS BUILDINO
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, W. O. Ul.wltt.
B««rrUry, 101 N. Broadway. Los Annlta.
WANTED— WK PAY CAB H FOB SECOND'
hand riiums. Tel. 18 la. H. C. WOOD-
WAKD A CO., «3>H South Broadway,.
WANIKD-YOUH HOUBB AND SION
painting. C. J. BOULDKN. 623 8. Main nt.
I'hune W..t tH.
To Purchase — Miscellaneous
WANTED-A BMALI, MACHINR LATIIK;
must bn In good condition sivl ch«>»p for
<0«h. AddreM F. D. HOLLINOBWORTH,
i Terminal, ral..
l"oR «M,B RY THE FRATERNAL REAL
KST.ATE, LOAN ANI» INVEST-
Home Builder* and Home Sellers
of l,<n Angeles.
What Ymif Money Will liny With I*
During the Coming Week)
•non ■ H'"> dnwn. $10 a month; beautiful
building lot; ntreet work all done; on
Aclnms street, near Central.
|»soi:i« down, balance tn suit; three-
room roltsge; lot 4flxl«S; fenced-ln chick-
en yard and shrubbery; on East Adams
«iiOfl-J|nn down and $10 a month;
three-room California cottage; lot 60x150;
• I coo J.I no down will give you a beau-
tlful lot on r*ast Adams street; three-
room California bungalow.
• IBOO— S2OO down. $16 per month; two-
story, five-room, modern cottage, targe
lot, on East Adams street; flnn buy.
•1200 — $300 down, $15 per month; four-
room cottage, large lot, good barn, Law-
rence, near Ninth street.
• 1400— 5360 down, $16 per month; new
and modern four-ronm cottage; lot SOx
130; Sheridan street, two doors from Soto
«looo— $200 down, $13 a month; new
snd modern, two-story, flve-room resi-
dence, East Adams.
$1100—8100 down. $20 per month, all In-
terest Included; five-room, new and mod-
ern cottage on Boulder street, near Boto,
$200— 5300 down, $16 per month: new
and modern flve-room cottage; beautiful
lot, high ground; on Donnabel street, near
$2800 — $500 down, $20 per month, all
Interest Included: modern six-room house,
good barn, all connected with sewer; on
Fourteenth, west of Long Beach car line.
$2280 — $500 cash, balance monthly; new
and modern, very pretty, flve-room cot-
tage: beautiful lot, all fenced; on Adams
street; lovely neighborhood; house well
worth $3000. See this for a bargain.
(SIBO0 — $800 ensh, balance to suit; new
and modern flve-room cottage on Twenty-
fourth, west of San Pedro.
SiMO — $1000 cash; modern five-room
cottage, nearly new; fine corner on Twen-
ty-third, near Main.
$8200 — $1200 cash;' strictly modern,
eight-room, two-story residence; good
barn: large lot; on Twenty-third, west of
$2100 — $300 cash, balance monthly; two-
story, new and modern cottage; lot 60x
160; West Thirty-sixth.
$2000 — $500 cash, balance tn suit: new
and. modern cottage on Ellendale avenue,
near West Twentieth.
$2600— Terms to suit; lot 60x148: street
work all done; water on lot; Norwood, In
the 2100 block; good buy.
$3000 — $600 cash, balance monthly; new
and modern, two-story, seven-room resi-
dence on beautiful Adams street.
$SRO0 — Half cash; new and modern two-
story residence, fourteen rooms: six-room
modern cottage In rear; lot 60x160; Adams
street, near Main.
$10.500 — New and modern ten-room
Mission house: large Mission barn; finest
corner on Adams street.
I hnvn nineteen building lots, street
work all done, on East Adams street,
ranging In price from $600 to $1000, $100
down, $10 a month. I will be on the
If the purchaser desires, will build a house
to suit and on very small payment down,
balance monthly. This Is the cheapest
good car lines; building restrictions, also
color restrictions. Come out and see this
beautiful tract tomorrow. Take Garvanza
car to Twenty-fifth, walk two blocks west.
Agent on trnct.
417 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
E. G. DEVENS. C. F. MCDONALD.
Phone Home 186«.
New 6-room. with bath, toilet, china closet,
mantel, etc., on corner lot. 50x150. One block
from good car line. Select your own paint,
■wall tints and mantel. Price $2000:. $200 cash.
New 6-room, IVi-story, near car line; lot BOx
157; nicely located, fine view of ocean and
mountains: a place you would like for a
home. Price $1700; easy terms.
5-room cottage, East Hollywood, 6c car
fare; lot 50x126 to alley: good barn, lawn, etc.
Floor covering, cost $126, and $70 cow goes at
this price, $1800; $600 cash, hal. $15 month.
Just started, a 6-room cottage on lot 53x
150. If you are quick you can select paint
and wall tints. Price S2lOO. Easy terms.
Cottage on W. 23d, near Vermont; large
lot, faces two streets. Bargain— slBso.
6-room modern. 2177 W. 30th street. Price
$2200; $500 cash, balance monthly.
Modern 10-room house— Orange street. West-
lake way; south front; fine yard; 60-foot lot,
good barn, shrubbery, etc. Price $7000.
We have a large list of Improved and va-
cant property, all parts of city, cash and
easy terms. Houses built and sold, cash or
payments. If you are tired of paying rent
see us and be your own landlord. There Is
no place like your own home.
218 8. BROADWAY. 439 COPP BLDG.
FOR SALE— THE NEATEST 6-ROOM COT-
tage In the swell part of the southwest, near
the slxty-thousand-dollar Rlndge residence.
All modern conveniences, beam ceilings, mis-
sion mantle and fixtures: built-in clothes
press: bedrooms enameled, reception hall,
parlor and dining room stained; north front.
This Is a bargain to any one wishing a
"ale* We are role agents. 53200; $1000 down,
balance easy Let us show you this prop-
e " y- BLISS & GOULD,
214 Johnson Building.
$2000 ONLY. ,
THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING CO. WILL
BUILD YOU A 7-ROOM UP-TO-DATE
BUNGALOW WITH* POLISHED FLOORS,
CLINKER BRICK MANTEL,. COLONIAL
COLUMNS, FIRST-CLASS PLUMBING,
LEADED GLASS IN CHINA CLOSET,
FRONT PORCH, 6X30 FEET, FOR CASH
OR ON THE INSTALLMENT PL^N.
CALL AT ROOM 433 MASON BLDO.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FREE.
CALIFORNIA BUILDING CO.,
G. W. DUNCAN, Gen. Manager, 433 Ma-
son riulldlng, corner 4th & Broadway; en-
trance on 4th street. .
Phones: Home 6636; Main 3396.
BUNGALOW NEAR WEST ADAMS ST.
Living room 28 ft. wide, living ' room and
dining room paneled, Mission finish, hiick
mantel, chain electric fixtures, shade, lawn,
etc., east front lot; magnificent view.
JONES & RVDER I^AND CO.,
218 West Third St.
Telephones: Main 3531.
6-ROOM COTTAGE NEAR UNION AYE. AND
Slut. $2800. East front, driveway at side,
barn; house has 5 rooms, well arranged, new
and modern and In a good neighborhood. A
small cash payment and 820 monthly Install-
m * n *JONES & RYDER I^ND CO..
• 218 West Third Bt.
Telephones: Main £531.
Home 1413. .
7.R00M COTTAGE ON WKST 12TH ST., BE-
tween Union and Burlington aveu. Price $3400.
Lot 60x125. Terms $600 rash and monthly
payments. Now unoccupied.
JONES & RYDtCR LAND CO., .
218 West Third Bt.
Telephones! Main 2o?l.
$!M0 flUY8~"*A~«- ROOM "TlOUSB ON~CEN-
traI aye,: half cash.
$3800 buy* a t-room double house on E. 25th
' street, clcs* to Main street; upper flat rent!
(or $15; 81000 down.
J. A. MORLAN & CO..
' 411-412 Chamber of Commerce BldaT.
AN ELKOANT ' TWO-STORY MISSION
home; fine lawn and automoblls barn; nna
location, louthwsst! built by owner for a
home; business calls him east. This la s>
tine, artlstlo home.
J. A. MORLAN _ CO..
411-412 Chamber of Commerce nidg.
ON WW 28TH STREET— TWO 8- BOOM
cotugv'. one $3300; easy terms; the other
$1700. Ifurnlshed. $4000. These are bargans.
J. A. MORLAN _ CO., .
411-413 Chamber of Com me roe Bldg.
FOR SALE— S22OO; 6-ROOM BRICK COT-
tase; all modern: $900 cull, balance time;
cause of sals, poor health.
COAST EXCHANGE, 634 Byrne Bldg.
FOR BALE— 8-HOOM MODERN HOMK IN
Alvarado Terrace tract, south of Pico; bar-
gain: $5000. R..S. HAIINDKRB. Room lit
Chamber of Commerce Building. -
LOOK AHEAD I
Today Is your opportunity!
We are anxlouit t*
convince you that we
rin build you a
with or surpass His
work of any other
contracting flrm In th*
city, for less money.
While most of these
builders are sstltAed to
run ons or two
jobs at a time
and make a good
profit on each, w*
have from ten to
fifteen job* going at
a time, and naturally
sre In n position
figure on a contract
than any other builder
In this city.
■When w* _lv* a
firlr* on a house,
n every ease that
price Includes workmanship
and material of the
very b*'t to b*
We would b« (ltd
to have yau call
at the office and
bring your plans if
you have any; if
not, tat our architect
assist you In getting
mi plans. For this
we make no charge.
If you have a
lot clear, or one
on which you owe
a f»w dollars, w*
will build a hous*
aft*r your own Ideas
nnd take your note
for th* *ntlr* cost
of same, providing your
lot is of sufficient
value, said amount dua
In three or five
years, interest at 7
per cent, payable quarterly.
If you would rather
make monthly payments, it
would suit us Just
we stood as well as.
being about what you
are now paying for
We hnvn a number
of plans and would
like to have you
look at some of
Be sure and give us
a call if you
are thinking of building.
J. BURRIB MITCHEL £ CO.,
828-327 Douglas Building.
Sunset— Black 3991.
ONLY SSO CASH.
THE BALANCE LIKE KENT.
IN THE BEST GROWING PART Of
FIDELITY REAL ESTATE CO.,
634 SOI'TH SPRING STREET.
WE WANT ~T ~"~ -~™~
YOU TO . . ] ;
LIST v .
AND ■ LOTS
• £32 H. W. HELLMAN BLDG. US.
"THE INSIDE FIGURE."
(Terms to Suit)
(5500 — Eight rooms: splendid home on
Angeleno Heights; lot 75x150. You have
certainly heard that Angeleno Heights Is
about thn most desirable high-class resi-
dence section In all the many choice resi-
dence districts of Los Angeles. This house
Is a bargain from every standpoint. It
will bear the most careful Investigation,
and if you want a permanent home don't
miss this chance.
E. 31. REYNOLDS,
Tel. 1939. 220 Orant Bldg.
FOR SALE— "~ ~
LOOK! LOOKI This great bargain for
thirty days only. We will build you a
$1000, all complete. No payments due
until house Is finished. Plans and speci-
CALIFORNIA BUILDING CO.
G. W. DUNCAN,
433 Mason Building.
Corner Fourth and Broadway.
Entrance on Fourth Street:
Phones — Main 3395; Home 6636.
HOUSES BUILT ON EASY TERMS.
IF YOU WANT TO HAVsT A HOUSE
BUILT FOR CASH OR ON EASY TERMS,
IT WILL BE TO YOUB, INTEREST TO
LET MB GIVE YOU A FIGURE. AS I
CAN SAVE YOU MONEY; FIRST-CLASS
WORK GUARANTEED. , :
W. W. ANDERSON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
480 BRADBURY BLDO.
HOUSES BUILT ON EABY PAYMENTS—
Com* to our tffice and talk It over. W*
are always pleased to meet you at our office,
and will gladly explain what we can do for
you. It costs you nothing to look over our
plans and specifications, and If we have not
got what you want we will draw it for you
free of charge.
BLISS & GOCLD,
- ' • . 214 Johnson Building.
FOR BALE— BEAUTIFUL FIVE ROOM
Cottagn on 42d si. Everything modsrn.
burnt finish, cove ceiling, tinted walls,
polished floors, china closet, etc., only
52760. This la as nice as any In the city
and Is In a good location with good car
service. SOUTHERN CAL. REALTY -
INVESTMENT CO., Room* 318 and SIP
Pacific Electric Bldg.
,FOR SALE— VERY FINE AND CHOICE. A
6-room modern cottage, rooms extra large,
tinted walls, all floors finished, swell buffet
built In, finish In Flemish oak; porcelain
bath and washstand, large screen porch,
cement cellar and walks, gas and electrlo
light; everything of the latest pattern: Just
finished; 83600.00 cash. Southwest. 2942 HALL-
DALE AYE. * f o
DON'T WORRY, I WILL SELL YOU A
fine new 6-room cottage, 1271 East 86th st.,
12000; 1200 cash, 126 per month. Interest In-
Also a 6-room house. 2516 Cincinnati St.;
take Brooklyn cars to Ganahl St.: 12600, |3'JO
cash, 126 per month. Interest included.
Owner, D. Q, TRAVIS; phone west 3363.
" ONLY 8300 DOWN.
For a flve-room cottage In the south-
west; 12000; only f3OO down, balance Just
like rent. Don't miss this snap. BEE
H. A. HOLLIBTER.
UOLDEN KTATE KEAI/TY COMPANY,
4<l South MnrlnsT Htrewt.
. Phoues— Home Ex. 511) 8. H. Main g»l«.
FOR SALE— I2=OO; COTTAGE-. NEW, KVBRY
convenience, sunny, south front. An* old
sycamor* trees, graded street, near Pasadena
avenue oar. Avenue 40. Only 8350 eaab.
WM. N. HOLWAY.
220 Grant Bldg. Horns IDW.
FOH BALB--MY CLOBB-IN i-HOOM HOUSE*:
— modern lmprov«m«nta: large barn; lot 40
126 feet: also furniture In first-class order;
good family horsa; one rubber-tire English
buggy. Call 1011 CROCKER STREET.
FOR SALE— IBOOO, FIND CJORNKR ON
Union aye.; close to 2Sd; 60x100, with doubla
hous* of 14 rooms. New and modern. V.
P. FROST, 1142 W. I4th. Phone 2107».
FOR SALK-18800; NEW. «-HOOM COTTAaE.
close to Hoover, on 21th st. Lot 60x118. Easy
terms. F. P, FROBT, U4J W. S4th. Phone
81O7H. . _____
FOR HALE— WANT CASH OR TRADE) OF-
f«r for 1600 equity In 51460 cottage.
D**d left with- builder. 118 Copp Bldg.
FOR BALE— 6 ROOM BUNGALOW 11169.
860 cash, 816 1 Alvarado and Tempi* sts.
FOR BALK— SII CASH; 810 MONTHLY—
Cottage, 4 rooms, 4814 Domlniue* «(. . ■■ ,
FOR SALB— »Y ftfCRVICB BROS.,
SIR South Broadway.
$3200— on Hoover street, nesr Revert-
teenth; strictly modern sU-rnnlu
cottage, close to fmir car lines;
sewer and irss on strset; lot 46g
160; terms', 11700 cash, hulancn «
per cent; discount for cash. This
I* a real bargain.
tsdoo— Harvard boulevard; modern, two-
story, m»-room house; east front)
' mnpie floor* downstairs; Inside fin-
ish mlislon style; paneled dlnlnC
room; bedrooms white enamel;
beAutlful lighting fixtures; tinted
walls; shades, screens; lawn Im
terms, $800 cash and $26 per
Room 301, am South Broadway.
GOLDEN STATE RKAI/TY COMPANY,
411 South Spring Htreet.
For a four-room California cottage on
Fairmont street; nice lots only 1300 down,
balance monthly; rents for 111 per month.
For a five-room, all-modern cottage on
East Thlrty-alxth street, between Main
and Central; 11750; only lino down, bal-
ance |20 per month, Including Interest;
just Ilk* rent.
t^nfto * * ■>"
For a flve-room. all-modern cottage on
Georgia street, close In; only 81600 down,
balance to suit. Thli Is considered a
- — ONI-iY »450 DOWN—
For a fine flve-room cottage on Harring-
ton street, on the best car line In the
city; 11700; only (460 down, balance 117.60
per month; Just like rent. This Is a new
nous* and a rare) snap.
GOLDEN BTATE REALTY COMPANY,
431 South Spring Street,
Phones— Home E*. B8( 8. 8. Main IJDIS.
DON'T HESITATE •
Any longer about getting that home. Why
should you, when we offer to build you
one on monthly payments, as easy as rent?
We will draw you plans from your Individual
Idjaa, or show you some of our own.
WE WILL MAKE~BPECIAL INDUCE-
To those who wish to build for cash. We
handle nothing but No. 1 material and labor
and are In a position to thoroughly satisfy
you In every particular.
WHITING, THOMPSON * CO.,
23t Byrne Bldg.
Home phone 1075. : , <
BEAUTIFUL NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE NEAR
Flgueroa st. and only 4 blocks from Chester
Place and St. James Park.
Splendidly located on 80-ft. street, sewer, gas
and electricity, near 3 car lines and 2 blocks
from school, large lot with lawn, orange
trees, etc. House contains parlor, dining
room, entrance hall, 3 bedrooms, kitchen with
commodious pantries and refrigerating closet,
bath room with instantaneous heater, polished
floors and decorated ceilings. To see this
home will at once convince a prospective
purchaser that It is a beautiful home In a
most desirable neighborhood at a very rea-
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
218 West Third St.
Telephones: Main 2531.
FOR HALE —
HOUSES BUILT ON EABY PAYMENTB.
Why pay rent when you can live In your
own home for the same as rent? Come to
our office and talk It over. W* are al-
ways pleased to meet you In our office
and will explain what we can do for
you. It costs you nothing to look over
our plans and specifications and If we
have not got what you want we will draw
one to suit you. We furnish the plans
and specifications free.
THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING CO.
G. W. DUNCAN, Gen. Mgr.
Phones: 433 Mason Bldg.
Home 663« Cor. 4th and Broadway.
Main 3896. . Entrance on 4th St.
R. N. LAMBERTH & CO..
GENERAL. BUILDING CONTP.ACTORS, • :.V
SUITE 414. BRALY BLDO. "
LET US BUILD YOUR HOME.
WHATiWE PUT IN OUR HOUSES:
Flrtt-class workmanship and plumbing,
beautiful china closets In the new colonial
style, columned arohes, sliding doors, pol-
ished floors handsome mantel nnd everything
that goes to make a modern home.
Call and see . our plans— we have over one
hundred drawings to select from, and It Is no
trouble to sketch you out others to suit your
R. N. LAMBERTH & CO.,
SUITE 414, BRALY BLDG.
Phones: Home 2629; Main 2222.
For a fine ' flve-room cottage on West
Twenty-seventh street, near Vermont ave-
nue; only one-halt cash, balance terms to
suit. This la a chance for some one want-
Ing a nice home for little money. SEE T. ,
i GOLDEN STATE REAXTY COMPANY,
421 South Spring Street.
Phones — Home Ex. 58; 8. S. Main 3018.
WE NOW HAVE ONE OF- THE BEST
buys In the city In the shape of Real Es-
tate, a fine, large corner with ten houses
on It for fDO4M> cash, the land alone la
worth this price as It Is in a locality
where property Is advancing very rap-
Idly. Now If you are looking for a first
class Investment come on. SOUTHERN'
..CAJL. RKALTY - INVESTMENT CO.,
Rooms 318 and 310 Pacific Electric Bids;.,
cor. 6th and Main its.
See Our DISPLAY AD on Face t, Beal
Estate Section. • ■■ ■
LOTS ONLY 1300.
W. F.. THORNS - CO.,
Home 1684. Room 311, JlB 8. Broadway.
IOK SALE— $4660 -^ONI/Y «4650
On West Eleventh street; swell loca-
tion; a modern *lght-room house, with
tath, two toilets, receiving hall; lawn
with line palms, trees and flowers; barn.
etc. 12660 cash, balance time.'
Sole Agents. Sole Agents.
WRIGHT & SHARPS, 283 Hellman Bld«f. '
FOR BALB-^ inBidb rlQmz ,,
(Terms to Suit)
■S3O0 — 8 rooms, modern, on Stanford «ye.,
near 14th. A sacrifice price for a quick
",'"" B. M. REYNOLDS,
Tel. 1939- 22 ° Grant Bids;.
JoR HALE-» 66 CASH. BALANCE SUE
monthly; modern flve-room cottage, porce-
lain bath, etc.; front and screen porches,
level lot, 40x120 to alley; one-half block from
Temple street cars; Just finished: only SI2S6.
For colored people. IX3B ANGELEB IK- r I
VESTMENT AND TRUST CO., 337' 8. Hill
I'OR SALE — SNAPS. - v" f
Good six-room house. 1430 West Twen-
1 ty-nlnth street, near Vermont, only fISSO.
Nearly new and modern six-room cottage,
1633 West Thirty-sixth. 18800. Terms.
BRYANT * AL-YK,
814 Bryson Block.
ONLY ISOO DOWN-
Two amall houses on one lot; will rent
for 136 p»r month; balance on easy pay-
SS___N B -TVft* L B_U*T COMPANT.
4*l South Spring Street. ■-■
Phones—Home Ex. 66| 8. B. Main 891».
1 NEW 4-lIOOM, MODERN COTTAGE). I<OT
60XU0. WALL 8T ,BBBTBON, BBBT8ON A co ..
J. " " 31J TRUST BLDG.
11100-NBW COTTAGE! 6 ROOMS, M-FOOT
lot; elegant surroundings; southwest; porce-
lain bath. •— and tleotrlo fixtures; tinted; US
a month. WIBSENDANGUR. Xl Laughlln
FOH SALE— MODERN FIVE-ROOM OOT-
tag*; lot 60x160; fruit tr**s and Bowers:
1300 cash, balance same as rent. HKNKi
HIEMEH, 109 Henna Building, 123 West
13300-6-ROOM COTTAGU. 60X160; FINB LO-
cation; wood and cuul business connected;
C '** rl COitaT -VcHANOB, 6il Byrn* Bldg. _
FOH iALiS— IttUO, 11ODBKN 6-ROOM COT*
tag*. ?4th St., not far from Hoover; tiOO
cash, 826 month. Interest extra. F. P.", '
KBOBTVU4S W. 14th. Phone 11078.
KO BALB-nOUBLB COTTAGB. I ROOMS,
modern, flrst-elau renting - location: alto
, good business lot; prices right. Bee OWNER.
«7,tC. 64tU street; pboo* West 419.