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LOS ANOELE*. Aprll^ll
Time. | fear. | Th._|j»ll.|Wl^Q>E)sY?si! 1 iL >
r_7nTr» 14 f»l Ml N I J I Cloudy
"Maximum temperature, 7t.
Minimum temperature, H.
RAlnfall past 14 hour*. tr»c«.
HainMll for MMon, »«..".» Inohes.
RAN FRANCISCO, April SJ.-The prestura
has risen along the eonat and conditions aj-e
favorable for Mir weather on Raster day north
■■>f the Tehai-hs.pl. H.-iith of the Tahachapl un
settled weather may prevail.
In the great valley of California warmer
■weather prevails and afternoon temperatures
range from 75 to «o degrees. On the coast
strong west winds prevail and conditions are
favorable for fog. Thunderstorms are re
ported la Arlxona.
California, nouth of Tehiehapl-Clntidy Sun
day, liuoler near Los An*-!.*; fog in the
morning; lleht north win. I, enanging to west.
Urn Angeles ar.d vlrlnlty— Cluu.ly, nnsetllwl
weather Sunday; eool«r; light north wind,
fog In the morning,
TOPHAM-IPOM— Joseph Topham, aged 2«.
a native of Knglaud and resident nf Los
Angeles, and Pearl lsom, aged 26, a nntlve
of Missouri and resident of Los Angelet.
LEAVITT-I'AHK— Ern«sl L. Leavltt, ag<d
80, a native of llllnola and resident nf
Los Angeles, and Opal L. Park, age.l IS, a
native of lowa and resident of Loa An-
JOHNSON-ALLEN— Frank P. Johnson, aged
61, a native ot lowa and resident nf »»n
Diego, and Olive May Allen, aged 60, a
native of California and resident of San
BAKER-DIEHL— Harry H. Baker, aged 29.
a nathe, of Pennsylvania and resident of
Pasadena, and Mary E. Dlehl. aged 29, ft
native of Pennsylvania and refldent of
CARP-WlLSON— George M. Carp, aged 24, a
native of Missouri and resident of Los An-
geles, and I'lara. M. Wilson, aged 22, a na-
tive of Missouri and resident of Los An-
SPOLT-CLlNE—W illiam F. Eepolt. aged
20, a native of lowa and resident of Whlt-
tler, and Har.el R. Cllne, aued 1«. a na-
tive of Arkansas and resident of Whlttler,
SHELLERD-MAI.ET — fnhn Shellerd, aged
29, a native of Canada and resident of
Ocean Park, and Ed« Malet. aged 21. a
native of England and resident of Ocean
SELSER-BYERLY— Thomas N P«lser, ag«d
21, a native of Pennsylvania and resident
of Long Beach, and Edna R. Byerly, aged
19, a native of Illinois and resident of
RICH-FOX— rharles H. Rich, aged 40, a
native of Wisconsin and resident of Mon-
rovia, and Laura Fox. aged 22, a native
of Wisconsin and resident, of Monrovia.
CRANSTON-BELL— William Cranston, aged
27, a native of Canada and resident of Los
Angeles, and Amelia A. Bell, oged 25, a
native of Canada and resident of Los An-
WILLIAMS-TUNNEY— Frank K. Wllllnms.
aged 22, a native of Arizona and resident
of Los Angeles, and Mamie Tunney, aged
23. a native of Illinois and resident of
FRATER-GANIERE— James W. Frater, aged
30. a native of Ohio arid resident of Port-
land, and Ida Ganlere. aged 21, a native
of uregon and resident nf Los Angeles.
aiONTGOMERY-BARKLEY — John B. Mont-
gomery, aged 22, a native of Missouri and
resident of Whittler. and Stella L. Bark-
ley, aged 22, a native of Missouri and resi-
dent of Stockton.
STREVER-CRENSHAW— John W. Strever,
aged 30, a native of Minnesota and resi-
dent of Redlands. and Cora D. Crenshaw,
aged 25, a native of Kentucky and resi-
dent ot Redlands.
BIEL- ALBERS— Arthur W. Biel, aged 27. a
native of Vermont and resident of Loa
Angeles, and Annie M. Albers, aged 18. a
native of Oregon and resident of Los An-
MICHAEL-ECKMAN— William F. Michael,
aged 22, a native of California and resi-
dent of Lordsburg, and Ethel M. Eckman.
aged IS. a native of California and resi-
dent of Lordsburg.
ERDMANN-OLSCHEWSKI— Gustav P. Erd-
mann, aged 26. a native ot Germany and
resident of Los Angeles, and Bertha
Olsehewski, aged 1!>, a native of Ger-
many and resident of Los Angeles.
ARRINOTON-WlLMEK— Robert T. Arring-
ton. aged 22. a native of New York and
resident nf Los Angeles, and Clara Kil-
mer, aged.]*, a native of Texas and resi-
dent of Los Angeles.
WESTGATE-SMITH — Fred E. Wostgate,
aged 24, a native of Michigan and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Mvrrlam Smith,
aged 22, a native of California and resi-
dent of Los Angeles.
CLEARWATER-BERRY— W. J. Clearwater,
aged 27. a native of lowa and resident of
Fernando, and Rosetia .1. Berry, aged 20,
a native of California and resident of Los
SIARTIN-UAZQflN— Martin Martin, aged
22, a native of Spain and resident of Los
Angeles, and Jacinto Razquln, aged 20. a
native- of Spain and resident of Los An-
KIGER-MAISO— EarI L. Kiger. BKed 28, n
natlv« of California and resident of Los
Angeles and Lola L. MaltO, anod 2G, ,1
native of California and resident of Lo<
FWEETING-LORENZ — Howard E. Sweeting.
ORed 32. a native of Maryland and resi-
dent of Patadena, and Ida M. I.orcnz, nged
22, a native of Wisconsin and resident of
LIPSCOMB-DAWSON — Emmett C. Llpscomb,
aeert 23, a native of Mississippi and resi-
dent of San Pedro, and Irene B. Dftwson,
aged 18, a native ot Mississippi and resi-
dent of San Pedro.
AEOKR-R. P. and wife. M7 Ceres avenue,
April IT. a ilaucr'nn r.
BAILEY— M, L. ami wife. 453 Cottage Home,
April 19, a son.
DlXON— Albert 8. nnd wife, 437 Cerlar street,
April 2". a ilnuchter.
JiiHNSON-.!ames 11. and wife. 1415 East
Twenty-nrst street. April 18, a daiiKhter.
NUTTING— WiIIiam A. and wife, ;,iil Crocker
Kireet, April (, a son.
TUCKEH-George C. nnd wife, 225 Rowan
street. April 20. a dnughter.
BFEERS-Froman and wife, 732 West Thlrty-
svrnnd street, April 21, a daughter.
WEST— T. n'ld wife. 12.",S lOiist Twenty-fifth
street, April 19, a son.
Peck ft Chase Co.. undertakers and embalm-
trij lady assistant. 433 S. Hill. Tel. Main 61.
BASHFORD-Tianlel P.. 21W 11. ftreet. native
of Loa Angeles, pneumonia: hb<-,i 4 months.
BREKDLOVE— GnIdn. 2r,c.:i Pasadena avenue,
native of Louisiana; aged 43 years.
COATS-Amanda M., 1120 ratallna street, na-
tive of Pennsylvania, hmnchlal asthma;
a«ed fir, years.
CUMMINGS-Mary, county hospital, native of
lowa, epilep-y: aged 26 years.
DOE-Albert, Florence home, malnutrition:
HITCHCOCK-Mary E., 529 Kensington rnad.
native of Pennsylvania, aeptlcaemia; ncc'l
HlTRON— Franrls M., 3221 Baldwin avenue,
native nf Kentucky, softening «,f brain; aped
JACKSON-Geishon. V,! pnutli Main street, I
native nf Maxtiachusetts, pulmonary tubercu-
losis; aged 27 years.
PEREY-Modesta. 733 Psn Fernando street, na-
tive of Lns Angeles, pulmonary tuberculosis:
aged 4S years.
POtiLINESE— Joe. county hospital, native of
Italy, pulmonary tuberoiloils; age^ V! yearn.
SCHUMACHER— Mary Vnn G , Paelno hospi-
tal, native t ,f Ohio, Brlght's dist-nse; aKed
WEY— Joseph W., P35 West Washington street,
native of Engla.nl, pulmonary tubarculoslsi
aged 81 years.
VOACUM-Sarah A., county hospital, native of
Illinois, pulmonary tuher.ulo*la; aged 44
BRESEEBROS. CO. T sififia NB
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
I*dy Aaalstant Attends I]Nl)[ HIAKFHS
Lsdles snd Children. UIW-,H lftl\Ll\O
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
Our lady undertaker. Miss Elliaheth Thomp-
son, In attendance for women and children
day or night. Phone Main WI: Horns SIT.
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
tINDKHTAKKKS, have removed to 10.11 Ho.
I, run. l Ave. Phones— Main 403: Home 403
meets every Wrelne»day nl(ht In K. P. ball,
iv* North Spring st. All neighbors cor-
\V. H STONE, Cleric
-M-UI medbury fildg.
BATH— Albert T» Rath, nncla nf Mlsa Flor-
ence E. Dodge, at Ssnfa. Monica, Friday,
aged "«. year*. Funeral Sunday. April Ml at
2 p. *n. short eervloa at reeldenfl*. 524 North
<ve»n avenue. The I. O. o. F. will con-
duct service In chapel, Ronedal* cemetery.
on arrival nf funeral curs. Friends transfer
to north loop car, Kama, Monica.
Kt'STER — Tn I.na Angelen, April t2. Emma
Knster. e natlva nf Terra Haute, Ind,
aged 41 years, beloved wife of Dr. C. E.
Ku«ter and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I. O. O. F. Funeml Notice— Members of
Gulden Tlul« lodge, Nn. IWI, I. O. O. F., are
requested to meet In Memorial hull. Nn. 220^
South Main street, Sunday, April 2*. st 1 3 : IS
p. m. abarp, fur the purpose of attending the
fiinernl of our Inte brother, A. t» Bath. Mem-
bers will take special ear for Pent™. Mnnlm st
l:sn. Fnurth and Hill streets. Interment
Rosedale. MeW.RE. N. O.
W. T. PCHLOPPER, Secretary.
• Southern Cnllfnrnla. I.ndg» Nn. 2T«,
#V F. *A. If., will convene nt Masonic
VyV temple today (Sundny), sit l:;io. for
/*^^\ tli» purpose °f conducting the fun-
• ~ » nai ceremony of our late Brother
(Jersham .inrkson, lain ft, member of
Harmony lodge Nn. 141, of Augusta. Me.
By order of W. M. W. E. ROWLEY,
A MASONIC FI'NERAT,— PF.NTAI-
pha. Lndgej Nn. 202, F. * A. M.i
will meet nn Sunday, the r:M
day of April, IKOR. nt 1 o'clock
p. m. sharp, tn ntteml the fun-
order ot the W. M.
W. W. ROBINSON. Jecretarv.
Ftrst-clais newspaper solicitors. Apply
•t circulating department between It3t
and 8 b. in. and 4:30 and S p. in.
LOS ANGELES HERALD.
HUMMEL PROS. * CO..
A strictly nrst-clans, reliable agency. All
kinds of help promptly furnished. Your or-
116-118 East Second street.
Between Main and Los Angeles Sts.
Largest and best equipped offices on toe
Telephones— Main COS.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED, UP-TO-DATE
offlcs and mercantile wwistants to register
for good positions; our system Is above re-
proach; we charge no advance fees for our
services: highest bentc and mercantile refer-
servlew! EDUCATIONAL EXPERT CO., 62i
An unusual chance for n steady and hus-
tling man to represent nn old and thoroughly
established manufacturers' publication In Los
Angeles and surrounding towns. Must he
reliable and experienced. C. BENTON DIX.
223 Fourth ave., New York City, N. Y.
WBI l WANT i ONE i HUNDRED I MEN ' TO CO
out and see our Famous "Lucky" Baldwin
Ranch. Acreage that will prow anything;
$2"iO each; easy terms; office open Sunday
until 3 o'clock. CALIFORNIA LAND SYN-
DICATE, 133 South Broadway.
iF~YOU ARE A GOOD OUTRIDE SALESMAN
IX)OKIN(3 FOR POSITION THAT HOLDS
OUT A FUTURE WITH AN OPPORTUNITY
FOR RAPID ADVANCEMENT AND LARGE
FINANCIAL RETURN. ADDRESS BOX NO.
119. HERALD OFFICE.
FIREMEN AND PRAKEMEN ON RAlL-
roads everywhere; experience unnecessary;
hlsrh wages, promotion: name position
wanted; state age. Ptamp for particulars.
RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, Dept. 89, Charles
Bldg.. Denver, Colo.
WANTED — MEN — WESTERN CANADA.
pendence assured; geography; homesw*-
ers' rates. Apply or write, A. H. Mc-
OAFFIN, 152 West Fifth Street, Los An-
WANTED— MAN WHO CAN INVEST J22J
with services, where you can make $100
monthly: i-xperlence not necessary. See
STODDARD, Room 223, Bryson Bldg., cor. 2d
and Spring st.
ENERGETIC WORKERS EVERYWHERE TO
distribute circulars, samples and advertising
matter; good pay: no canvassing. CO-
OPERATIVE ADVERTISING CO., New
WANTED— CLEVER YOUNG MAN FOR
shadowing and secret service In and about
Los Angeles. Address SUPERINTENDENT,
815 Hartford Bldg., Chicago, 111.
DO MEN AND 10 HOYS ABOUT 12 YEARS
old. Apply state entrance. MASON OPERA
HOUSE. Hill St., 10 o'clock Sunday morning,
LADIES— EARN S2O PER HUNDRED WRIT-
Ing short letters. Stamped envelope for par-
ticulars. GEM MFG. CO., Cassopolls, Mich.
WANTED-CARPENTER OR PAINTER TO
pive I'.'Ofl In work as payment on cottage,
$800 or 51850. BUILDER, 306 Copp Bldg.
ANY PEHSON TO DI3TRIBUT_ToUR SAM-
plos: SIB.OO weekly, steady. MOB. "EM-
PIRE." 4 Wells St., Chicago. 111.
Situations — Male
WE WANT ONE HUNDRED WOMEN TO
bo out and see our famous Lucky Baldwin
ranch; acreage that will grow anything; »250
earh. easy terms. Office open Sunday until
° C CALIFORNIA LAND SYNDICATF,,
5 133 South Broadway.
WANTED— TALENTED LADIES TO TRAIN
for tin- stage; there an> vacancies in our
Ftork coinpHiiy; portions secured for our
pupils. FREEZE THEATER, corner Tenth
and Flower streets. Bona fide offer. Phone
POSITION DESIRED BY A FIR3T-CLAS3
bookkeeper; long experience, quick and ac-
objectlon to country. Best of local refor-
ences. Address BOX 916, Herald offlce.
FOR HIS CHILD'S HEALTH A MACHINIST
winhes a position In the west; best references.
FORNARI, St. Helena P. 0., Baltimore. Md.
WANTED— GIRL TO HELP WITH GKN-
eral housework; German preferred. Call at
8)6 AVENUE ST.
35 WOMEN AND 6 GIHLS BETWEEN 8 AND
72 years 01.1. Apply Htage entrance MASON
OPERA HOUSE, Hill m., Sunday, April 23,
in o'clock a. m.
WANT-D—t PlS't CENT NET INTEREST,
p.yuble ttiul-unuually en our paid-up cer-
tificates; miming better in '.ho market; uni-
form satisfaction (.Inn for eight y*ars puij
safe as government bonds; secured by J«-
poslt of nrst nvirtKuxea with a trustee; in-
to the PROTECTIVE HAVINGS UUILDINU
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, W. Q. Blewltt,
Secretary, 101 N. Broadway, Los AngMee.
WANT JIM", 3 YEARS, 8 NET; $I.VU>, 7 NET;
well secured. SIDDALL. 3UU Cupp Bldg.
AGENTS WANTED— UIO PROFITS RIGHT
In your own town. Our Guaranty Nume
Plates for front doors sell on sight. Sale*
made In eight out of every ten homes.
Handsome aluminum frame holdx movable
' letters. Any name set In a minute Plate
quickly put in place with pocket screw-
driver Will never tarnish or crack.
wants one. You never had a proposition
like we offer. It's a money eettor. Send
> a dollar for sample plate with name, or
> write for particulars. Money refunded if
not satisfactory. OUARANTV PLATE
WORKH, No. in», Pembroke Block, Man-
Chester, New Hampahlre.
'■ AGKNTB~W A NT ED.
1 Stimi one who has not aold real estate be-
fore, wanted for real eatate salesman on our
MAIN HT., M )NETA AVK. and FIGUKHOA
ST. TRACT. Branch Offlcen 60th and Main
atl., (3d and Main eta., and (7th ami Klg-
;■ tub McCarthy company,
'- |5 00 to i2s.m a webk-wrltr us at
once. Our agenta call It tbe Lucky Hox,
becaua* everyone buys It. OBMIC riIKMI-
CAL CO., Brockton. Mass.
• Bltu»tlon_— M»le
WANTED- POSITION BY kYrStTcIAHS,
all .rounl 000k. Address BOX m. Herald.
LOS ANGELES HERALD.' SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 83. 1905.
WANTED-MARirifl TO Sr-~P TO TUB
standard bred ..trillion Znheleln, No. »<!113,
at »l.M"» (he season. KobHeln II a brother
to Kombro. Tnritilre nf GEO. T. BECKF.RB.
lisa A grlcultuml avenue.
Rooms and Board
WANTKII-FOR ONE MONTH, OOOD ROOM
In flrst-rlaas Mmlly; option cf board, by «t-
tnrney and wife. 880 FARROTT BLDO.. Ban
To Purchase— -Real Estate
JONES * RYDER LAND CO.
We have ImmedlAte purcnasers fof
CLOSH IN IUISINEBB PROPERTY.
NEGOTIATIONS DESIRED WITH OWNERS
guotatlona of prices will be renarded as
Communicate at once with
JONKS A RYDER LAND CO.,
Ground floor. 218 West Third St.
HAVE PURCHASERS FOR
LIST YOUR PROPKRT? TODAY
BE ASSURED OF MY PROMPT
121 HKNNB BLOCK.
fwANVpOMF/ MURK TTOfPKS ANT> COT-
nn* 'alfalfa, dairy and rhlcki-n ranches, all
sizes and prices. aJI close to I/is Angeles, on
rar lines. We Rre trailing •vary day and can
trade your-. Come and "*'
Home 732.1. ail West Third Pt.
T'tiavf! a mn-ER for a manitfac-
turlne site; want about one acre, that can
b« reached by both electric and steam lines.
In the vicinity of the present Iron foundries
and shops. Olv» me your description at once.
Home_7s_t. »U WettJThlrd St._
Help — Male and Female
WANTED-MAN AND WIFE TO WORK ON
suburban plar*: man must understand care
nf horse.", cows, chickens and garden;
woman, rnoklns; and general housework;
gnod pay; permanent position. Phone HOL-
WANTED-TO BTY FOR SPOT CASH
horses and vehicles of all kinds. Ring; up
6792 and I will call,
To Purchase — Miscellaneous
WANTED— TO UUY FURNITURF. AND
houesehold goods. We pay 1-3 more than
others. COLYEAR'P. 322-24 S. Main. Phones:
Main 1117; Home 2154.
WANTED— BY MAN OF EXPERIENCE.
ptimpinß plants or machinery of any kind
to erect: by contract or day. Address Box
TO LET —
NEW, TWO-STORY. SIX-ROOM HOUSE;
STRICTLY MODERN; NEVER OCCU-
PIED; 11150 SANTEE STREET; KENT
MODERN SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, 1300
WEKT EIGHTH STREET; RENT JSO.
SIX-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. COM-
PLETELY FURNISHED, 1345 STAR
STREET; RENT |55.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. BATH. ETC.,
122 NORTH UTAH STREET; KENT $«,
AND TENANT PAYS WATKK.
R. E. IBBETSON & CO..
PHONE 2410. 316 TRUST BUILDING.
FOR RENT— A COTTAGE OF 6 ROOMS;
large closets, bath nnd pantry, electric lights
and gas for cooking; located on Pasadena
tine lawn^'beautlful rose's and flowers, larse
palms and shade trees. This place Is en-
closed with an artistic cobble stone wall and
is a very pleasant and attractive home;
will he vacant May Ist; no children. L. R.
JOHNSON, 115 Avenue 32.
It) LET— FURNiaHED, MODERN COTTAGE
of 5 rooms and bath, electricity, (,'as, lawn
month. No children. Call cr address MRS.
M. KKBKRG. 447 West Seventh st.. Long
TC> LET — $16; SIX-ROOM COTTAGE.
bath, electric llßhts, good lot, 'near Cen-
tral avenue. Inquire at 1151 EAST
FOR RENT— IIOUSW OF THR3E ROOMS
and bath, on Cottage street: $S per month.
Including fuel. J. A, MORLAN & CO., 412
Chamber of Commerce.
$16— FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, 1204
Santa Fe; also 1710 Normandie st; *IS, Includ-
ing Witer. WIESENDANGER, 221 Laughlln
FOR RENT, $35— NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE ON
Avenue 41, near I'asadena avenue. W. N.
HOLWAY, i2O Grant Bldg^
$"0 DOWN, $20 MONTHLY, BUYS 6-ROOM
2311 Long Beach Ave., E. Adams and. 2123
Court Bt., out Temple at.
FOR RENT— 3- ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY
papered. $10 per month. 1148 EAST DOTH ST.
Call next door.
FOR i7eNT^-4-ROOM COTTAGE WITH
bath and garden. 401 NORTH BREED ST.
FOR RKNT— 6-ROOM COTTAGES, 112 AND
$15. Apply 31J Alvarndo nnd Temple sts.
FOR RENT— HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS, 128
EAST ELINOKH STREET.
FOR RKNT, FURNISHED — DESIRABLE,
nine-room, two-story dwelling, completely
furnished and In best neighborhood; No.
Sl7 Weat Thirtieth atreet, between Fiu-
ueroa and Key West streets.
JOHN T. GRIFFITH CO.
Home 410 — Telephones — Main 4160.
122 Potomac Block.
FOR RENT-HAW.OF DOUBLE COTTAGE,
three rooms, closet, pantry, porches, store
room Separate entrance. Close In. Adults
only. $15. 831 SOUTH HOPE.
FOR $16. YOU CAN HKNT 8 ROOMS. COM-
nletely furnished, new elegant; housekeep-
ing; gas range, bath, telephone, hot water;
close In. 334 bOUTH FIUUKROA; also 204
NURTH FR-MONT. $10 unfurnished. SO
10 LE. I— ROOMS MAGNIFICENTLY FUll-
nlfiie.i It, new HOTEL EMPIRE, 8. B. cor-
tier Bth and Flgueixa, 6 minutes from oenter
of tewn; U.M to $3.M per week. .
T?i LET— A LA DY WOULD LI KB A
young married couple, without i-hildren,
to share a strictly modern, artistically
furnished flat. PHONE 21464.
FOR KENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED
front rooms; Instantaneoua heater; $10 snd
$12; private family: clnsx In: Telephone Home
44»«. llß'i SO. OI.IVK BT.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A WELL
furnished, clean, modern home, with hair
mattress bed, lam* yard, flowers, call at
86* WEST WASHINGTON.
HANDSOME" ~BI'NNY""i : URNIBHED ROOmT
new, modern flat; bath, electricity. Free
bpanlnh lemons. 412 W, 121 11. Home tel. 7X24.
FOR HKNT— T II REE FURNISHED ROOIUs
fur linimekeenlng. Modern convenience)). $10
a month. Call ut 91« STANFORD AVE.
118— THREB RO~OMB, COMPLETELY FUR.
nlahed, new, housekeeping. In new building,
21> N. FREMONT AVB. 80
FOR KENT-THREE LARGE FRONT FUR-
nlahed roomn for housekeeping. 602
Rooms and Board
PEBIRAHLH FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
ihreu large windows, 3 closets, with break-
fast and dinner: private family. Modern
house in Wratlake district. Middle-aged or
business and professional gentleman pre-
ferred. 741 BOUTH . UNION AVB. Pboo«
M.lu UOI. ... . .
I They BrSmig |
I theCash 1
t HERALD LINERS |
TO LET-MODERN FLATS-WATER FREE.
♦ 10—3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
fl2— B rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
f 12 — 3 rooms, 834 R Flgueroa.
$12-4 rooms, 219 N. Flgiieroa.
f 1« — 3 rooms. 234 S. Flgueroa, furnlahed.
»I«— S rooms, 1018 W. Flrat.
118— S rooms, 204 N. Fremont, furnished.
*18— 3 rooms, 218 N. Fremont, furnlahed.
l»— « rooms. 330 S. Flgtirroa.
30 WIESENOANOER, 221 Laughlln Bldf.
FOR IIO~Y6fTcAN~RENT 3 ROOMS, COM>
tlefely furnished, new elegant; housekeep-
ing; gas range, bath, telephone, hot water;
dote In. SSI SOUTH FIOUEROA; also 204
N. FREMONT. <10 unfurnished. 30
TO LET-4 ROOMS AiVD BATH, UNFUtT
nlshed, in beautiful apt. house, C-arpeted
halls, Janitor service. Very sunny. Rent
only »20. No children under 11, 208 BOUTH
JB-3 ROOMS, GAS RANGE, BATH. PHONE,
hot water. 204 N. FREMONT AVE. 1»
Near postoffli-e. and principal churches.
Finely furnished housekeeping suites.
Strictly first-class, new nnd clean.
Choice location. Hummer rates.
116—3 ROOMB, HOUSEKEEPING, FUR-
nlshed complete; new, elegant, gas range,
nath, hot water, telephone. Janitor. »S4
SOUTH FIGUEROA; also 204 NORTH FRE-
FOR $13 YOU CAN RENT THREE ROOMS,
completely furnished for housekeeping; new;
gas range, bath, . phone; close In. 334 S.
FIGUEROA. Also 20* N. FREMONT. 80
118-THREE- ROOMS. COMPLETEL- FUR-
nlshed, new, elegant. In new building;
housekeeping: phone, bath, gas range. 218
NORTH FREMONT AVE. 30_
Stores and Offices
SEVERAL FINE STORES IN THE
"BROWNSTONK," NOKTHWKST COR-
NER FIFTH AND SAN PEDBO STREETS |
GOOD SIZE; LOW RENT; LONG LEASE.
EXAMINE THOROUGHLY OL'R NEW
FIVE-STOKY HOTEL OR ROOMING
HOISK. WEST SIDE OF MAIN, BE-
TWEEN FIFTH AND PIXTH STREETS;
STEAM HEATi ELEVATOR; EVERY
MODERN CONVENIENCE. WILL GIVE
FIVE OR TEN-YEAR LEASE AT SUCH
PRICE AS WILL INSURE IX A GREAT
OFFICES TO RENT IN SEVERAL OF
OUR BUILDINGS, AT FROM fill PER
MONTH TO «30. EVERY CONVENIENCE.
R. A. ROWAN * CO.,
200 11. W. HELLMAN BUILDING.
FOR RENT— A SNAP—
Two fine stores at $75 each; also large
front offlco in Mercantile place, on Spring
or Broadway, between ;,th and 6th sts.
C. WESLEY ROBERTS.
Home 4834. 203 Mercantile place.
SIX FINE OFFICES. NORTHEAST COR-
ner Fifth and Broadway; nicely suited for
doctors; rent very reasonable.
R. A. ROWAN * CO.,
200 H. W. Hellman Building.
TWO LARGE STORES, PLATE GLASS
windows, all Improvementa, Fifth street,
near San Pedro: rent very cheap.
R. A. ROWAN & CO.,
200 H. W. Hellman Building.
ONE LARGE STORE. FIFTH STREET,
just east of Loa Angeles: long lease, low
R. A. ROWAN & CO.,
1 200 H. W. Hellman Building.
52!) SOUTH MAIN — TWO MODERN
stores, 24x150 feet, with cement base-
ment; alley in rear: five years' lease.
R. A. ROWAN & CO.,
200 11. W. Hellman Building.
20X180. WEST SIDE BROADWAY, BE-
tween Fourth and Fifth streets.
R. A. ROWAN & CO.,
200 H. W. Hellman Building.
FOR LEASE— WILL BUILD STORES TO
ault tenant on Cor. Hill and 4th.
R. 8. SAUNDERS.
Room 412. Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
529 SOUTH SPRING — 20X130 FEET, $200
R. A. ROWAN A CO.,
200 H. W. Hellman Building.
WANTED— A DENTIST TO DIVIDE OFFICE
with a physician. Inquire, of W. NICHOLS.
Cal. Dental depot. La, nkershlm Blk.
I HAVE MORE LAND THAN I CAN
HANDLE MYSELF. HAVE A FINK
FARM, RENTED FOR FIVE YEARS,
NEAR FI'LLEKTON. IN ALFALFA.
BARLEY, CORN AND POTATOES. WITH
AMPLE WATER FOR IRRIGATION.
WANT A PARTNER WHO IS WILLING
TO WORK WITH MK. HE MI'ST HAVE
$300 CASH. A FINE OPENING FOR
THE RIGHT MAN.
APPLY ROOM 316, TRUST BUILDING.
FOR RENT— FOR COAL AND WOOD
yard, with bulliilng 40x60; stable for
horses; lot »7xl3T. on Pico afreet, near
Harvard boulevard; rent $13 per month.
Bee GEO. HARLAN, 143 South Broadway.
MINING AND ASSAYIINQ^
In the Virginia Dale district; a very good
showing; owner not able to develop them on
account of other business requiring his at-
tention and money: will sell cheap, or exj
aiAMRKR OF COMMKHCH HLDG. '
THF. VAADA MINKS PROMOTION rfIM-
PANY. HERMAN HELLMAN BUILDING,
la making a special offer of stock on promo-
tion basis. Property located In heart of the
proved district of Holdneld.
R. W.' POINDEXTER, BROKER, SOJ WlL-
cox Building, deals In bonds, mortgages and
otler nrst-ctase securities. Loans negotiated
at lowest market rates. If you wish to lend
ni'iney on first mortgages, 1 can place It for
you safely and at a fair rate of Interest.
Reference: Flrat National Bank, Loa An-
geles National Bank.
Piano. io__> ON mast faymunt.^
Pianos rented at low rmt«_, A. O. OAJU>
NKH PIANO HOUBO, Ltd., 11* Winston at
V hone Pl-ck till. Home phone. lIW.
• AUTO LIVERY
1 b'ITaM. "-a'buLLNK, ttL_; 2TWC—
lU-U) 8. -LAIN. f_o_e-U-i_e JU; IUU «Ml i
BATHS AND MAB9AQE
IJLBCT RK3 BATH AND" 'm AOB A rU>T< 8A N I -
tarltim; tub. vapor, electric and steam
menta and facial massage. Home phone
• 9!>3. MRS. M. HERBERT, Manager.
(H\i W«at Flrtt.
THE RRVBHB BATHS — VATOR, TUB
BROADWAY, ona door north' Of Hotei
ti7r reverb baths -vapor, ttib
balha and massage: three expert young lady
operators In attendance. 2IS N. BROAD-
WAY, on« door north of Hotel^Ohlo^ _^
6l«'t SOUTH 'BPRINO STRBRT, rooms «,
J and 8. Houra from »to H,
EASTERN TRAINED ORADUATF] OPER-
atore-Tuh. vsror and electric blanket baths.
127H N. BROADWAY. Houra » to 12. Under
Ftm^BALBUAT A 1 BARGAIN, < roRMITuTTui
nnd fixtures, four rooms:, fitted for bath*
nnd mnsitage, nt 7"!!, K. BROADWAY.
FIRBT~CLASfI VApdR~*A~ND~*TUB BATHB,
mnssago and electricity; under new man-
agement. 702 S. SPRING. Suite 229, 22ft. 227.
LEWIS PARI/IRS-VAPfIR BATHH, MAN-
snge. chiropody, manicure, fare and scalp
treatment, 141',« N. BROADWAY, Room 0.
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS-NO SUNDAY
treatment; office hours, 9 to ». 223 W.
SECOND BT., Rooma 213-211. Home 2229.
BERNARD BATH PARLORS REOPENED
at 809 \i WEST FOURTH BTRBKT; for-
merly Room 9, 11»H South Broadway.
CLARK'B ELECTRIC BATHS AND MAS-
sage; scalp treatment. U7 BOUTH
BROADWAY. Refined patronage.
J2l SOUTH HILL— VAPOR AND TUB BATHS,
masrage, for coldi, rheumatism, nervousness.
electrTc treatment and massaoe—
109 TEMPLE STREET, Room 4.
baths~at"7ss s. broadwayTnow under
new munagement. Open Sundays.
BATHS— ROOM 1. SoT TEMPLE BT.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN— ANY AMOUNT. SHORT
or lung time, on furniture, pianos, diamonds,
live stock, eto. Strictly oon.identlal, reliable
COLYEAR FURNITURE CO.,
8» B. Main Street.
Phones; Main HIT; Home HM.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED SALA-
ried persons on note without security, with-
out employers' knowledge and without In-
doisers; easy paymenta: positively loweat
ratea. Notea bought, loane on meal stocks,
etc. Hours. 10:30 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 2 to
6:80 p. m. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.,
604 Frost Block.
TO LOAN— ~
Plenty of money to loan on good real
F. H. BROOKS * CO..
215 and 218 Currier Building.
Home Phone 2243; Sunset Main 1016.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE, BORROW
money; salaried men and women acoommo-
Indoreer" confidential. CHERRY, 211 O. T.
Johnson Bldg., cor. lth and Broadway.
HONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST AND SEC-
ond mortgage on real estate, life Insurance
policies, good collateral or any good se-
curity, long or short time, low rates.
NOURSE & CO., 202 Trust Building;.
THE CRESCENT LOAN CO.. SUITE 700-701
Lankerslilm building, cor. 3d and Spring.
Loana money to salaried people on their
note without security or endorser; strictly
MONEY LOANED RALARIED PEOPLE AND
others, without security; easy payments.
Largest bualneas In 60 principal cities. TOL-
MAIM. Room 410 Mason Bldg.. cor. 4tb
MONEY~Tb~LOAN AT LOW INTEREST ON
planes, diamonds, automobiles, furniture,
real estate; no publicity. Office 1, 348ft
SOUTH HILL ST. 9:30 a. m. to 8 p. m.
ON DIAMONDS. FURNITURE, LIVESTOCK,
etc.; low rates; prompt, reliable. REID A
CO.. 142 S. Broadway. Room 12«. . Phone 15M.
IiONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH. 319 and 820 Douglas building, wIU
lend money on city or country real estmta.
12000— PRIVATE MONEY, 6 PER CENT, 2
years on first mortgage city property. E. M.
REYNOLDS, 220 Grant_Bldg._Tel^_l939.
bTwT-'OINd'eXTER, foBWILCOXL HLDO .
loans money an real estate, stocks and
bonds. Building loans a specialty.
IF YOU WANT TO LEND OR BORROW
money call 'on CORDON * HUBBARD. 441
JANUARY'S BULLFROG WINNER.
SELLINO OUT AT 16 CENT3.
GREATEST INVESTMENT OF ALL.
If you want to make some sure money and
get an Interest In Bullfrog In a mine with
January Jones, buy Bullfrog Winner stock at
15 cents a share. Word from the mine Bays
we have the fabulously rich Benny Hazel-
tine vein and we are near the great Shoshone
that has $3000 ore. January Jones, who made
a million out of the January mine and who
organized Bullfrog Eclipse 30 days 'ago, sell-
Ing stock then at 15 cents, which soils now
at 48 cents, owns 200,000 Bullfrog; Winner
shares and la the managing director. De-
cide to lnveatlgate. hut don't procrastinate.
Read our big ads. In today'a HeraJd. Times
and Examiner. They are all different,' so
read them all. Call Monday, or write or
telephone for Information.
"BEST OR NOTHING."
LACLEDE BROKERAGE CO..
J. Donnan Reavls, manager.
Suite 617, H. W. Hellman Bldg.
P. S.— Our Mr. Reavls was th« FIRST
PASSENGER OVER THE SALT LAKE
ROUTE and knows that country "well. . Call
and get a free copy of his famous article,
"FROM MORMONS ZION 'TO CALIFOR-
NIA'S PARADISE." '
WALTER BROS., 627 SOUTH SPRING—
Banitaa wall cover, 25c yard; washable pa-
pers, 250 roll; elsewhere 35c to 45c s good
liorder and paper for 12-ft. room, 81; equaled
nowhere In the U. S. : all papers, latest tap-
estry, two tones and burlap effects, at lowest
rash price; best paint, $1.60 gal.; shingle
stain, 75c; ham and roof paint, 90c; 7-ft.
shades, 25c and 35c; molding. 2c ft.; freight
paid on out-of-town ordsrs over $5 If this
paper In mentioned. '
' W. V. JOHNBTON'B,
The old reliable carpenter Jobbing shop.
Best place for good work and prompt ser-
vice Screens, ladders, shirt boards made to
order and In stock. Tel. Keu 2172. 30» W.
WES SHIP HOUSEHOLD QOODB TO AND
from the east and north In our own oars
at greatly reduced rates. Call on us or
write for particulars. BEKINS VAN AND
STORAGE CO., 244 South Broadway. ,
BORDER AND PAPER FOR 12-FT. ROOM,
$1; heavier grade burlaps than elsewhere,
7«-ln. natural, 20u; best paint, 11.60; shades,
Me; molding, 'ic. WALTER BHOH., «37 8.
Hprtng St. ' '
BOHDKR AND PAPER FOR 11-FOOT ROOM,
|l; all borders same price as paper; bast
paint, $1.60 gal. s .-ft. shsdes. SSc; molding,
to foot. WALTER BROS., 827 8. Bprl-g.
JAM 800 FUHNITUHE-VVE MAKE OUR
own goods and sell cheaper; expert work-
men; guarantee goods; call here first. Y.
M. CO., 181 W. 6th Bt. '
S3! CAL. TRANSFER CO.-TRUNKH. V»O
and up; general drayage. Tele. Mala MM)
Home lilt. 81T W. BBCOND BT. ■
P2ONEKK CARPET CLEANING WORKS.
Tel. Main 217; Home 817. 7M 8. Olive. U»-
hnl»ierinn end carpet cleaning.
PATENTS ANt> PATENT BIQH™
VATKM*~W}& VUHNUH OUR CLIKNTU
with coplea of all corr«apond«nc» had In tbelr
cases (except foreign); ws also furnish <ro«
of chaise complete copies of drawings and
specifications; retsln Oils (or future refer-
ence. TOWNSUND BHOB-. now located at
Rooms 430-1-2-3. Bradbury Building.
UAZAHD * lIAHPHAU. l-ATMNTB. fR
••eers. »wUf and JTUIk. Pat.ut book turn.
THEOSOPHICAL HHATiQ.nAnTF.RfI, «<»
nisnehard BulMlni. Library open <UliT »
to t p. m Public lectur* tonight hy Mlsa
P. if. nii-hardu; subject. "Th« T*rg»r
Faith." Tuesday afternoon*. S o'clock, In-
oulrera 1 H»»s: public. Invited. Wednesday
evening", H o'clock, branch meeting; open
to all T. B. memhera. Ktlday evening*. «
n'clnrk. meeting for dtudjr and dlteusslnn;
BOCfBTT OF "•mntvlntTAT. TINFOLn-
MF.NT" through "new revelations of tli«
Berlptiirea." Free, puhllr lecturea every
Tuesday, 8 p. m.; Thursdays, * p. mj Har-
rlman hall. MV4 fl. Hill st. r>r. .1. Fi. Col-
jlnga. lecturer and organiser. Sunday's sub-
ject. "Parting of the Wnys." Tett, "And
If In the land of peace, wherein them trust-
tdst, they wearied thee, then how will thou
do In the swelling of th« Jordan. "—.tar. 13:6.
TUPf FIRST" OCCULT ".PmiTUAtTcitUnClf
hnl.la meeting this afternoon at 2:»>. I*n-
tur« by I>r. flreen; subject, "Heaven nn
Earth, followed by t«stn. messages for
everybody present. Meetlna; this evening at
8 n'f-loek; auhlect, "Change of Conditions,"
followed hy tests, messages for everybody
present; full names given: qiieitlons an-
swered. TIIK MAMMOTH HALL, 517 South
HLANCHAHM HALt.— THIS AFTERNOON.
Ilil. MrUmi-TVM)AI,I,, ON
"I AM TIIK HE!MHIHK<:TION AND
Musln by M. .lenn De Chmivenet. pianist;
Mrs I). IT. rtudlnng. contralto, ami Mlj»
flench, accompanist. Doora open at 2 fi.
111. Lecture at 2:6ft p. m.
FREE) HKAPING ROOM, CIRCULATING
METAPHYSICAL LIBRARY, (111 GRANT
HiriLDING, SSR 8. Broadway. META-
PHYSICIANS' MAY FKHTIVAL and recep-
tion tn WILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON.
Monday, May, I, 8 p. m.i Hlanchnrd hall.
library. Home Phone 1715.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST MISSION, 11SW P.
SPRING, auxiliary to ntate association.
Easter services nt 2:30 and 7:4« p. m. Many
speakers and medluma will participate. Lec-
ture by Prof. l/ivelsnd In the evening, fol-
lowed by spirit messages and other exercises.
"THE EVOLUTION OF IMMORTALITY,"
an addresa before the Progressive club, 121'j
S. ■ Broadway, today at 2:45, by Dr. J. H.
Smith. Discussion will fnllnw lecture.
Music, vocal and Instrumental, by Mlia
Ptratton and Prof. Cooper. Free.
MRS. E. P. FREEMOTT WILL AnDIIKSS
the Liberal club. Burbnnk hall. 642 South
Main atreet, tonight, 7:4S o'clock. Subject,
"Equality of the Sexec" Those Interested
In the equal suffrage movement cannnt afford
to miss this InstructU-e lecture. ' Free.
~~ HEAR HENLEY.
BRENT'S HALL TONIGHT.
DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND.
PROF. IRA L. OUILFOTID SPEAKB ON
any topic suggested by his audience; scien-
tific psychic tests for all Monday evening;
seats free. BRENT'S HALL, R,W» H.
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
M<OF. STUART MANSFIELD. '
444 Vi SOUTH SPRINO STREET.
THE MAN WITH PSYCHIC POWERS.
THE GREATEST LIVING ADVISER ON
At n glance, before you have a chance
to utter one word, he will tell you what
you camo for; how to gain success in
levp, courtship, marriage, divorce, whether 1
ycu'll be successful In business; no mat-
ter what may be your fear, hope or am-
bition, call on this gifted man; hla de-
scriptions of your friends and enemies are
as real aa though they stood before you;
he will send you away happier, wfser and
bclder than ever before.
TELLS WHOM AND WHEN
Positively mentioning your sweetheart's
full name; he reunites the separated, re-
speedy marriages; he tells you everything,
good or bad; you hoar the truth and
nothing but the truth.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK— '
FULL LIFE READING
It la universally conceded by most pro-
found scholars and deepest thinkers of the
present age that Prof. Mansneld has been
endowed by nature with prophetic powers
to a degree hitherto unknown. Keenly
conscious ot this great responsibility, he
has honestly endeavored to let his light
bhlne that all who seek may find the truth
as he Bees It. There Is about him no air
of mysticism, no Egyptian robes, no tin-
seled stars, no burning of Incense, no
meaningless hieroglyphics and no Imposi-
All bualness strictly confidential.
. Ui% BOUTH SPRING STREET.
PROF. IRA L. GUILFORD.' PHRENOLO-
gist* puy chic palmlwt > Both h-inds roftdi
25e. Graduate American Institute, Fowler
& Wells, New York. References, 100,000
Los Angelea people. Dally and evenings,
e-cept Bunday. 341 H SOUTH SPRING.
DR. GREEN, CLAIRVOYANT. TRANCE,
business medium and life reader. Readings
dally. Satisfaction or s>u pay. Test circles
Tuesdays, Thursdays, evenings, S o'clock.
ROOM 11, 119M BOUTH BPRINO BT.
MRS. PARKER. MEDIUM AND PALMIBT-
Life reading, business, lawsuits, removals,
mineral locations, speculations, lova and all
■ sgalrs of We. 41»H B. BPRINO ST.. room -
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, INDEPEND-
ent alatn-wrltlng medium. 452H SOUTH
MAIN STREET. Clrclea Tueaday and
Friday, 8 p. m. Readings dally.
MRS. WESLEY, LIFE READER AND ME-
dlum: conault her on bualness, love or Jour-
neys. 34H4 B. SPRING ST.
WANTED-* PER CENT NET INTEREST,
payable seml-annually on our paid-up cer-
tificates; nothing better In the market; uni-
form satisfaction given for eight years past!
safe as government bonds; aecured by de-
posit of Ilrst mortgages with a trustee; in-
vestigate. Write for booklet and Information
to the PROTECTIVE SAVINGS BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, W. O. Blewett,
secretary, 101 N. Broadway, Los Angeles;
OUR STORY AND A HALF
HAVE FULL HEIGHT CEILINGS
When you sro In th6 Interior t h^y h_LVO nil
the appearance of a full two-story house,
and our designs are artistic and unusual,
besldea a aavlng of expense to you In the
building of a atory and a half house, we
ran get prettier and more graceful exterior
Come In and let us give you a list of some
of the best known and most reputable bust-
nets men In the city whom we have built
for. Their unqualified recommendation la
our belt advertisement.
R. N. LAMBKRTH A CO.,
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS,
Phones: Suite 414 Braly Bldg.
ADVICIO »'«__- (JUiNIiKAL LAW PRAG-
tics: no fee without auooass. Call or write
O. W. COOK, tn B-.imson blo.-k, corner Third
and Spring. Open evury evening.
UIVORCB LAWS-ADVICB FKKKi NO «■_-
without success ; private. J. li. SMITH, la
W. Third st. Room l»t I to I P. n.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS gj
a" p^^on~cer7~ban joT~not~boi led!
for only ll'l.OO; a fins mandolin. (3.00; an old
violin, $18.00. «4» ». HOPM BT. Phone t321.
LEGAL ■ j NOTICg»^ |L
APRIL 11, 190*—.Fon« Uuy sold horse, vege-
table wsgon No. 324, harness »n4 buslntts to
Ah Jim. ...
THB T<O» ANOELKfI FELLOWBIHP, BEN-
Jamln Fay Mills, permanent minister. F.noter
Sunday, April 2.1, II a. m. Regular mornina;
service at Reiasoo theater, Mr. Mills' »nh-
Jeet helna; "The Greater Easter." Special
Helen Tappe, A. R Walper, (ind eth*V». A
few reserved seat ticket* may be obtained
on request at Masonic ha.ll. 491 South Mill
st., tip tn 10:30 a. m. All seat* frae to alt
at in:Wi. flunday aehnol In Maanulo hall at
•:M a. m. Address b- Mrs. Mills on "Tha
Art nf Living." Emerson null, »:1* ». m.
Children's church at Emerson halt! at II
ft. m. Snei-eri concert. Him pson auditorium.
at 7:lk. by Mra. Frank Colby, onprano; Mrt.
Minnie Hanco Evans, contralto; Krntst Regi-
nald Unman, Ufl6Y| F. W. Seagcr, basso)
Alfred Walper. violinist; Frank It. Coin/,
nrg«nl«t, and the FellnwtMp Choral »nel»ty
of eighty voices. »:4* p. m. Mr Mills wtll
give hla alxth address In the series "OM
Dnnmas In New Lights," the special th»m«
being "Th« Resurrection of Christ." All neata
free at th# evening service. Doors open at T
CHRIST PROTEST A NT F.PIBCOT»AL,
church, Flower street, corner of Twelfth—
Rev. Oer). Thos. Dowllng, D. V.i rector) Rev.
I'harle* W. Naumann, assistant minister.
Holy rnminiinl m with sermon by I>r, Dov>l-
Ing at 11 n, m : ",lny Cometh In the Morn-
Ing," nn Knster sermon. Easier sunrise com-
munion nt fi:l.*. a,, m Runday school At °:tft
». m. Children's Easter enrol aervtce, t»lth
addresses by Hr. Howling, Rev. Mr. Nan-
mnnn and others, nt 7:30 p. m. University,
Plro,llclght/i or Washington at. cars. W«l- .
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST]
of Los Angeles— Servtcea In the church edi-
fice, Seventeenth And Flguerna, Sunday, H
ll'iiarterly. Subject: "Everlasting Punish-
ment." Bnbbath aclionl, 12 tn. Testimonial
meeting Wednesday, 1 p. m. Take Washing-
ton car to Fisftieroa nnd Seventeenth streets;
Iractlnn tn Sixteenth and Georgia strMts.
Reading room, 40« nraly building, Fourth
and Spring street*, open dally from 1:80 to
5 p. m.
BROADWAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH, OPPO-
slte the court house— Preaching by B. T.
Coulter at It a. m. and nt 7:45 p. m., Sunday
school 9:30 a. in., and Young PeoplA'a meet-
ing at 0:80 p. m.; also preaching by Dr. F. M.
Kirkham at the above hours at the Vernon
Christian mission, cor. Forty-nfth and Wad»-
warth, one block west of Central avenue, car
line. Sundfty school and communion aervlca
at the Broadway Christian 'mission, tor. Pleo
and El Mollno its., at 3 p. m.
FIRHT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
Hop* at, near Ninth. Peats free. Rev. Wm.
Horace Day, pastor; Rev. Warren F. Day.
D. D.i pastor -emeritus. Music In charge, ol
Mr. Harry Clifford Tyrtt, bass. Mr. W. F.
but twilight communion and reception of
membera at 5 o'clock. Kindergarten church
In prima.ry room during morning service.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, FLOWER, BE-
tween Seventh and Eighth sti.— Rev. Joseph
8ma1«, pastor; Thomas Baldwin, D. D.|, act-
Ing pastor. Dr. Baldwin's subject In the
mornina; at 11 o'clock Is "The Resurrection."
The evening service at 7:30 will he fully
taken up with the graduation exercises of
Mra. Drozer'a class, and special music sJad
aong by the anhool all day at all the services.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST,
Simpson auditorium, 734 8. Hope at.— Servlcea
Hunday at 11 a. m. : sermon from the Chris-'
tlan Science Quarterly; subject: "Everlasting
Punishment." Sunday eohool at »:30 a. m.
ing room. 510-511 Herman W. Hellman Bldg.,
Spring and Fourth its., 'pen dally, Sunday
excepted. from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY, BICHEL BT.,
block north of Downey ave, readied by Dow-
ney and Griffin ave. care-Rev. Walton Halt
Doggett. rector. Easter Day, holy commun-
ion. 7:30 a. m. ; morning prayer, holy com-
munion, Easter sermon and anthem, 1 10:S0
a. m. Sunday school festival, with Easter
carols, baptisms and offering of Lenten pyra-
mids, 7 p. m. _
BT. PAUL'S PRO-CATHEDRAL, 623 SOUTH
Olive street— Rev. J. J. Wllklns. D. D., dean
anil rector. Celebration of the holy com-
munion. 7:30 a. m. ; second celebration of
the holy communion. 9 a. m. ; morning
prayer, sermon and holy communion, 10:SO
a. m. ; administration of the sacrament of
baptism, 4 p. m.; Sunday school festival
service, 7:30 p. m. .. f ~ ■
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. ADAMS AND FlO-
ueroa streets— Rev. L. B. Rldgely, ■ rector.
Easter services begin Saturday, Easter even.
Holy baptism at 4 o'clock: Sunday morning-,
6 o'clock, choral eucharlst; 7:30 and 8:30 a.
m., holy communion and sermon by the rec-
tor; 7:30 p. m.i choral evensong and sermon.
Monday and Tuesday, 7 a. m., holy com-
INDEPENDENT CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Doblnson auditorium. 1014 So. Hope St.— Rev.
J. S. Thomson, pastor. Subject of sermon
Sunday morning, "The Message of the Angela
at Chrlsfa Tomb." The services begin at
10:45 a. m., Sunday school at 9:4S a. ,m.
Special music. Everyone welcome. 1 -
MRS. R. S. LILLIE WILL~LECTURE AT
Burbai:k/hall, Sunday. April 23, at 10:45 a.
m. and 7:45 in the evening Mrs. Adelaide K.
Brooks will give Inspirational solo morning
and evening; boy medium Milton Baker will
give messages in the morning; evening, ln-
depe»dent_alate_wrltlng ; "
REVr~PRANK~DEWITT TALMAOE. D. D.,
pastor, will preach in tbe ilrst Presbyterian
church, Flgueroa and Twentieth sts., a^. 11
a m. and 7:30 p. m. Subjeots: Morning,
"Easter Lilies"; evening, "Resurrection
CHURCH OF THE UNITY (UNITARIAN), 925 .
S. Flower dt.— Wesley Haskell, minister. Ser-
vlceß, 11 a. m., Sunday vchool, 9:45. Rev. E. j
T. Wllk«a, Sunday school superintendent. '
107 N. Spring at. — Painless extracting, fill-
ing, crown and bridge work., flexible rub-
ber plates. Pure gold fillings, 7(0 up; all
other fillings, 600 up; cleaning teeth, 600
up: gold crowns and bridge work, $2.6u
up; seta teeth, $2.50 up. Also open even-
Ings and Sunday forenoons.
FRANK BTISVENB. 824H BOUTH BPRINtiT
treat all female diseases and Irregularities; M
years" experience; consultation free. Hours.
la. m. to 8 v- m. ; Bundays. 10 to 12 a. m. 204
MERCANTILE PLACE, over 648 B. Bprtn«.
LuNli. bUCCKSHFUL PRACTICM; BXPBJU"
enced, competent ladlea' apeclal lit: strictly
reliable) caaes guaranteed. MRS. WOODS.
Ml W. 10th. bet Flgueroa and FTanclaeo.
CANCER CURED-MRS. 8. J. BRIDGE REM-
edy. Free treatment glvtn worthy poor
Tuesdays and Fridays. 2 to 4 p.* m. J. O.
ALDRICH, M. D., 454 80. Spring Bt.
SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIES DURINO
confinement; homes for children. DR. C. EL
SMITH. IXI Bellevue ave. Tel. Main 2M4.
JULIAN MACRAE, ELECTRICIAN— MENTAL
and nervous diseases. 10S0 8. HOPE. Home
OR TAYLOR-FEMALE SPECIALIST AND.
ohaleirlxa. BgLASCO THEATER. Main W. ■
one lesson at the LYHIO SCHOOL OF
MUSIC, 645 8. Hope. Our new system ds-
llglita every one. Phone 2328.
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K. BTROMEI3, EXPKKT LOCKSMITHINO— .
Moved to 104 East Fifth, corner Main.
Home 77711 Main 4600; residence phone
Red 4159. Orlndlng and saw fl "">_^^
ELDERLY WORKING MAN WANTBOOOD,
cheerful working woman; one who la kind,
quiet, willing to help make a living, ot
Haptlst or aome other church, no divorcee;
object, matrimony. Addresa BOX 105, Her-
WOULD YOU MARRY IF BUITED? MY
Matrimonial Paper, containing hundreds of
ailvertUements marriageable people, many
rich. free. K. B. iIIINNKLLR. Toledo, Ohio.
WEALTHY OBNTLEMBN, 80 AND 46; WI D -
ow. SS. worth $30,000; marriage paper, 100
(silver). MATRIMONIAL JOURNAL, 131
Kearny St., Kan Francisco, Cal.
MOHPIUNK. OPIUM. I4AUDANUM, CO*,
calne habit, myself cured; will inform you
of harmless, permanent home cur*. MARY
BALDWIN, Box IJI2, Chicago.
ATTRACTIVE AND VBRY WEALTHY
maiden, alone, wants, without delay, kind,
honest husband. Addreas JHSHH USB, 14
Ww»hlpgton at.. Chicago.
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