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DON'T BE A PIKER-TRY HERALD LINERS-THEY'LL WIN
/ T,OS ANGELES, July 29.
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lj>M.\ »IMJ._«_» I MJ._«_ I 75 I BW fl3 f Clear
""Maximum temperature, 75.
Minimum temperature, 61.
BAN FRANCISCO, July 29.— Fogfty
weather prevails along the coast from
Ban Francisco northward and partly
Cloudy weather prevail* over Washington
and Arizona. Elsewhere on the Pacific
slops It'll' fair. Light rain Is reported
from 'Arltonn and a thunder storm oc
curred at Flagstaff
r There has been but little change In
pressure distribution west of the Rocky
mountains. The temperature has fallen
In Arizona and remained nearly station
ary In other districts.
Los Angeles and vicinity— Foggy Sun
day morning, becoming fair during the
day; light west wind.
DUNN-PERRET— Alexander Dunn, 25,
■ native of California and resident of Los
Angeles, and Fannie Perret, native of
California and resident of Los Angeles.
BENBON-GUSTAFSON— John Benson. 28,
native 1 of' Sweden and resident of Los
Angeles, and Ellen Marie Gustafson, 26,
a native of -Sweden and resident of Los
REYNOLDS- WORTHON - Henry Rey-
' inolrts, 40, native of Louisiana and resi-
dent' of Los Angeles, and Mary Wor-
";i\ thon, 33, native of Georgia and resident
■" ; of Los Angeles.
TIDLUND-PETTERSON-Danler T. Tld-
■ilufld, 28, native of Sweden and resident
of Los Angeles, and Anna Petterson, 26,
;■ native of Sweden and resident of Los
FAURE-REYNIER— Leon Faure, 32, na-
' tlve of France and resident of Los An-
geles, and Marie Reynier, 24, native of
France and resident of Los Angeles.
FRANCO-BOGARMO-Joe Franco, 26,
nativo of Mexico and resident of Los
Angeles, and Senobla Bogarmo, 30, na-
tlve of Mexico and resident of Los An-
GAULDIN-GAULDIN-Charles A. Gaul-
■ din, 25, native of California and resident
' of Covlna, and E(ne L. Gauldln, 29,
• native of Kansas and resident of
H miller, 29, native of Illinois and resident
of Los Angeles, and Nancy Parker, 22,
■native of New Mexico and resident of
. J Los Angeles.
< PROVENZANO-CONSONERI-Joe Pro-
vonzano, 24, native of Italy and resident
of Los Angeles .and Rosa Consonerl,
iS 18, natiVe of California and resident of
' Los Angeles. ■
' CLARK-McGOWEN— E. M. Clark, 44, na-
■ tlve of Wisconsin and resident of Los
Angeles, and Nellie C. McGowen, 23, na-
tive of lowa and resident of Pasadena.
EICHBAUM— To Mr. and Mrs. C. H., 2531
.-- East Third street July 24, a boy.
VALENTINE— To Mr. and Mrs. Harrla
" A., 1017 West 40th street, July 23. a girl.
i VIGA— To Mr. and Mrs. Ohhodela, 209
. Utah street. July 28, a boy.
' SMITH— To Mr. and Mrs. Frank W., 2507
.-■ Long Beach avenue, July 27, a girl.
ORR— To Mr. and Mrs. H. J., 3017 West
12th street, July 23, a girl.
McKINNEY— To Mr. and Mrs. E., 640
! Ceres avenue, July 26, a boy.
: LINBOCKER— To Mr. and Mrs. D. R.,
2603 Da win street, July 22, a boy.
FREWERT— To Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
,' Henry, 143 South Avenue 18, July 26, a
' ■ boy.
FOUH— To Mr. and Mrs. Bert S., 1602
East 50th street, July 10, a girl.
EASTON— To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, July
DUSATHA— To Mr. and Mrs. 3. J., 6137
I ■ Latham street, July 16, a boy.
COPPE— To Mr. and Mrs. G. 8., 1018
■ West 18th street, July 27, a girl.
I BODIN— To Mr. and Mrs. Geo.. 3123 Bald-
• win street, July 26, a girl.
LOHVICK— To Mr. and Mrs. John, 1414
South Hope street, July 18, a boy.
'HENLEY— To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Perm,
|B 1098 West 46th street, July 27, a girl.
' Feck & Chase Co., undertakers and em-
balmers; lady assistant 433 S. Hill. Te>.
Main JL •
ALL YN— Lester, 1477 West 38th street,
diphtheria, July 29, aged 4 years.
LOHVICK— Martha, California street,
| tuberculosis of bowels, July 28, aged 23
GOULD— Ethel Reed, Good Samaritan
I Hospital, septlcumln, July 28, aged 20
SHOGREN — Agusta, 677 Central avenue,
accidental gas poisoning, July 26, aged
SMlTH— Samuel M., 2205 San Pedro street,
I appendicitis, July 28, aged 63 years.
PACKARD— Harriott M., 1021 West 24th
' * street, cancer, July 26, aged 77 years.
NUSTROM— Raymond W., 1539 West 39th
street, purpura hemorrhaglc, July 28,
aged 12 years
KAWABE— S. 921 East Ist street, gastric
. ulcer, July 27. aged 39 years.
DAY— Millie, 616 Wall street, cerebral
hemorrhage, July 27, aged 39 years.
BUGGS— Virginia Louise, 1555 West 37th
sti eet, bronchitis ' pneumonia, July 27,
aged 2 years.
BROWN— Eva May, 6142 La than street,
diphtheria, July 27, aged 4 years.
CRICHTON— WesIey, Receiving Hospital,
alcoholism, July 25, aged 35 years.
SPROWL— L. C. Mrs., Infant of. 517V4
Santa Fe street, stillborn, July 27.
GREY— Ulysses, 2749 Hyans street,
phthisis pulmonalls, July 27, aged S9
JORDAN — John L., West Temple streot,
endocarditis, July 27, aged 82 years.
PENROD— Orson R., infant of, stillborn,
BELT— To Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Belt of 1140
Bellevue avenue, a son.
NEWBlEE— lnformation has been re-
ceived at the department of state,
Washington, D. C, from Francis B.
Keene, American consul at Florence,
Italy, of the death on the 13th of May,
1905, at Florence, Italy, of Mary R. A.
E. Newblee of Los Angeles, Cal. The
legal representatives of the deceased
I can obtain further information by ap-
plylng.to this department.
TRESTOROSTiGOr" T £SnS. NB
i BROADWAY AND BIXTH STREET
ZSL*££'Z&JlX a " UNDERTAKERS
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
Funeral director!. 810-Sl2 S. Flower (trait
Our lady undertaker, Mlv Elizabeth Thompson,
■ In ttundancs (or women and children day or
plght I'hon« Main 1827; Horn* iZI.
| Brand Ate. Phooei — Main 401: Horn* 401
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIStTsCIENT.
Ist, of Los Angeles— Services In the
I church edttlce. Seventeenth and Flk-
ueroa, Bunday, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sermon from the Christian Science
Quarterly. Subject: "Spirit." Sabbath
school 12 m. Testimonial meeting,
Wednesday, 8 p. in. Take Washington
car to Flgueroa and Seventeenth
• streets; Traction to Seventeenth and
Georgia streets. Reading room, 404
Hmly building, Fourth and Spring
streets; open dally from 9:30 to 6 p. m.
FIRST CONURHOATIONAL CHUHCIT,
Hope ' street, near Ninth. .Seats freo.
, Rev. Wm. Horactt Day, pastor. Rev.
Warren F. Day, D.D., pastor emeritus.
Mr. W. F. Skeele, organist. Morning
service 11 o'clock, Dr. H. n. Long, Tuc-
son, Ariz., will preach on "Man's Im-
measurable Love." Kvi-nliiK service
■ '7:45 o'clock. Dr. Warren F. Day, pastor
emeritus, will preach on "The Outlook."
THE LOS ANGKLISS FKLLOWBHI r\
■ Benjamin Fay Mill*, permanent minis-
ter, will meet at hall No. 2. 519 Bouth
Broadway, at'-ll o'clock. lteynold.K.
Blight, assistant minister, will apeak
"on "In the Strenuous Life Worth
WnU«r' You are cordially invited.
ST. PAIIL^"Tm>^rATiTKDRAt., R23 8.
Olive street-Trie Rev. J. J. w ", k '" B - B VA
D., dean and rector. Services i 7:30. 9:30
find 11 ft. m., 7:45 p. m. The Rev. VVII :
Ham McCormack, rector of All Saints
Church, Pasadena, will preach In the
mornlnß. nnd th« Rev. Dr. Wllklns In
the evening. Rvrnlng subject, Pacing
Humble, Circumstances." All welcome.
The rich and the poor meet together.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, BCIEN-
tldt, Simpson Auditorium, 754 S. Hope
st. Services Sunday, 11 a. m and 8 p.
m. Sermon from the Christian Science
Quarterly; subject, "Spirit." Sunday
school 0:30 a. m., Wednesday evening
meeting at 8 o'clock. Rending room,
610-511 Herman W. Hellman Hldfr.. Spring
and Fourth streets; open dally, Sunday
excepted, from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
B'NAI B'RITII TEMPLE— TONIGHT AT
8 o'clock, corner Ninth and Hope streets.
Rabbi Kmll O. Hlrsch of Chlcngo, the
most renowned Jewish orator, will gpeak
on' tho subject: "Facts and Fancies."
An address every thinking person should
hear. Everybody Invited— no charge for
ndmlsslnn. Come and enjoy an even-
ing that you -will never forget.
BROADWAY^ CHRISTIAN CHURCH—
Opposite court house. Preaching by
B. F. Coulter rtt 11 a. m. and at 7:45 p^rn.
Help— Male . .
HUMMEL BROS, ft CO..
A strictly arbt-class. reliable agency.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
US-US East Becond street.
Between Main and Los Angeles sta.
Largest and best equipped offices on
the Pacific coast.
HUMMEL BROS ft CO,
116 and 118 K. 2d St.
Flrat-claaa newspaper solicitors.
Apply at circulating department be-
tween 7 ISO and 8 a. m. and 4i30 and
P ' *"" LOS ANUI3I.CS lIEHALD.
YOUNG MEN FOR FIREMEN AND
brakemen, California and other rail-
roads; experience unnecessary; firemen
$75, become engineers and earn *lw;
brakemen $60, become conductors and
earn $140; name position preferred: send
stamp for particulars. RAILWAY AS-
SOCIATION, department 89, Charles
Building, Denver, Colo.
WANTED - ■ EXPERIENCED. UP-TO-
date office and mercantile assistants to
register for good positions; our system
is above reproach; we charge no ad-
vance fees for our services; highest
bank and mercantile references; prompt,
. courteous and trustworthy service.
EDUCATIONAL EXPERT CO., 626
WANTED— A WIDE AWAKE, ALERT,
energetic young man stenographer.
Beginner preferred If thoroughly com-
petent. Small salary to start, but with
opportunity for learning good business
and advancing. Apply In own handwrit-
ing, stating age, experience and refer-
ences. Address BOX 407, Herald office.
WANTED— TWO PLASTERERS, BY
the day, to plaster a two-story, nine-
room house. I furnish helpers. GEO.
HARLAN, 123 S. Broadway.
WANTED— IO TINNERS OR CORNICE
makers. Call at 231 ALISO ST., Los
Help — Female
FEW MORE LADIES FOR MY SUM-
mer class to learn scientific massage,
etc., at half rates. DR. J. V. WALDEN,
216 So. Reno St.; tel. Home 4176.
WANTED-GIRL ABOUT 15 TO DO
general housework In mornings; smail
family. Call Monday afternoon 350 N.
Help — Male and Female
WANTED— ENERGETIC, TRUSTWOR-
thy man or woman to work in Califor-
nia representing large manufacturing
company. Salary $40 to $90 per month,
paid weekly; expenses advanced. Ad-
dress, with stamp, J. H. MOORE, Los
WANTED-LADY OR GENTLEMAN OF
fair education to travel for a firm of
$250,000.00 capital. Salary, $1,072.00 per
year and expenses; paid weekly and ex-
penses advanced. Address, with stamp,
J. A. ALEXANDER, Los Angeles, Cal.
Situations — Female
JAPANESE WOMAN, GOOD WORKER,
wants position house cleaning or cham-
ber maid. 761 SAN JULIAN ST. Phone
A PERMANENT BUSINESS OFFER—
$50 to $150 per week POSITIVE ; men and
women wanted everywhere to operate
sales parlors for the BEST ladles' and
gents' dress shoe known; 10 original
sight-selling health and comfort feat-
ures; factory to consumer; previous ex-
perience unnecessary; profit possibilities
unlimited; NO RISK; reply quick.
Southern California agency, 322 W. 2D
ST., Los Angeles, Cal.
To Purchase — Miscellaneous
WANTED— TO BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. We pay 1-3 more than
others. COLYEAR'S, 322-24 S. Mala.
Phones: Main 1117; Home 2164.
To Purchase— Real Estate
WANTED— ' " ~ '
WE HAVE CASH CUSTOMER FOR
A WELL, LOCATED LOT IF SAMK
CAN BE HAD AT A BARGAIN; ALSO
FOR A 5 OR 6-ROOM HOUSE CLOSE
TO SOUTH MAIN ST.
J. A. MORLAN ft CO.,
202 & 203 FAY BLDO.
TEN ACRES GOOD SOIL
BETWEEN CITY AND SAN PEDRO
2UO Laughlln Ilulldlng.
WANTED— GOOD BUILDING LOTS. IF
price Is right your money is ready.
BROWN & WOODS, 317 Fay. ■
WANTED— « PER CENT NET INTER-
eat, payable seml-annually on our paid-
up certificate*; nothing better in the
market; uniform satisfaction given for
eight years past; aafa a* government
bonds; secured by deposit of first mort-
gages with a trustee: investigate; writ*
for booklet and Information to tha
PROTECTIVE SAVINGS. BUILDINO
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, W. O.
Blewltt. Secretary, 101 N. Broadway,
I AM PLACING OTHER PEOPLE'S
money out at Interest eafely and profit-
ably. I can place your*, too. No ex-
pense to lender. No worry. 1 18 years' ex-
perience In California title*. Highest
references. JAMES U. THRELKELD,
Notary Public, M Fay Bldg., 826 Wwt
Third street. Phones Main VM. Home b»3
WANTED— MONKIf. $800 ON A BEACH
cottage valued at $2000. Will pay 8 per
cent for 2 yeurs. The aecurlty is firat-
class. TllOa. J. UAMPTON. lit 8.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1905.
WANTKD-HORSE. GOOD, SOUND,
kind and gentle; 12rt) to 1300 lbs. LYON-
McKINNfiY ft SMITH FURNITURE
CO., 652 B. Broadway.
WANTED-DEALER9 AND PAPER-
hangers to write for sample books of
wait paper, paints, etc WALTER
BROS., 627 South Spring.
WANTED-HAND LAUNDRY WORK
taken to be dona, f HONfl MAIN 76fiO.
Massage, electrlo, tub, yapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 226tt W.
First. Home MO».
BATHS AND MASSAGE
sage and electricity; experienced op-
erators. 618H SOUTH SPRING ST..
rooms 6, 7 and 8. Hours from 9to 11.
SCIENTIFIC AND MAGNETIC MAS-
sage, tub baths, alcohol rub and sal.t
glow. From 9 a. in. to 12 p. m. Room 10,
W9H S. BROADWAY.
WHEN YOU WISH A FIRST-CLASS,
thorough treatment, call at 220 FRANK-
LIN ST., Room 6. One treatment as-
S. Broadway to 720 S. Broadway, cot-
tage In rear. Call and try my new
VAPOR AND TUB BATHS, MASSAGE
and electric treatments. Room 226, 703
SOUTH SPRING STREET. Telephone,
Main 692. ;
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS-NO BUN-
day treatment: office hours, 9to 9. 223
W. BECOND ST., Rooms 213-216. Home
321 SOUTH HILL— VAPOR AND TUB
baths, massage for colds, rheumatism,
nervousness. Open every day. Room 9.
THE ESTELLE BATH PARLORS—
Newly opened; first-class baths and
massage. 127 EAST SECOND ST.
BATHS-TUB AND VAPOR, MASSAGE,
moved from 654 S. Los Angeles street to
445 ft S. SPRING ST., room 6.
LEWIS PARLORS— VAPOR AND BHAM-
poo baths, with massage; manicure and
chiropody. 141^4 N. Broadway.
FOR THE BEST ALCOHOL BATHS,
try 115 V 4 SOUTH BROADWAY, first
floor, room 18.
MANICURING PARLORS, NEWLY
opened. Room 2, 127 EAST SECOND
MANICURING AND MASSAGE MAG-
netlc treatment- 6Zsft S. SPRING,
FOR A GOOD TUB OR VAPOR BATH
and massage go to 738^ B. Grand aye.
BATH AND MASSAGE-FIRST-CLASS.
Suites 6 and 7. NO. 610H B. SPRING-
SOUTHERN BATH PARLORS. 414
SOUTH SPRING. Suites 1 and 2.
341V4 SO. SPRING, ROOM 8; NEWLY
opened manicuring parlors.
BATHS-309 W TEMPLE, ROOM NO. 2.
Phone Home 5076.
MINING AND ABSAYINQ
GOLDEN BULLFROG MINES CO.
We just had the property surveyed,
GOLDEN- BULLFROG MINES CO.
Five claims In the heart of the
GOLDEN BULLFROG MINES CO.
Started to work July 12th.
GOLDEN BULLFROG MINES CO.
Shaft ten feet deep July 20th.
GOLDEN BULLFROG MINES CO.
Had two assays from the bottom
of the shaft.
GOLDEN BULLFROG MINES CO.
Come In and let us tell you
GOLDEN BULLFROG MINES CO.
Only a little stock to be had at
GOLDEN BULLFROG MINES CO.
BEECHER BROS. & CO.,
218 H. W. Hellman Building, Los An-
geles, Cal. Phone Home 4915.
FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
CITY REAL ESTATE — AN UNDI-
VIDED ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN
GOLD MINING CLAIM — KXTENSION
OF FAMOUS "QUARTETTE COM-
PANY" — SEARCHLIGHT NEVADA.
J. M. DPNI,EA, BZa GnAKT BLDG.
GOLDEN~ST ATE ! CAMP, NO. 7110, M. W.
A., meets every Wednesday night In K.
P. hall, 108 North Spring at. All neigh-
bors cordially Invited.
W. H. STONE. Clerk.
- 238-239 Bradbury Bldg.
LOANS NEGOTIATED^ "WITH "CARE
and promptness. JAMES B. THREL-
KELD, Notary, 201 Fay Bldg., 326 West
Third st. Main 393. Home 8253.
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 ideas, or show you
boi:. < of our own.
WE WILL MAKE SPECIAL. IN-
To those who wish to build for cash.
We handle nothing but No. 1 materlul
and labor and are In a position to thor-
oughly iiatlsfy you in every particular.
WHITING. THOMPSON & CO.,
, 236 Byrne Bldg.
Home phone 1076.
DR. AND Mita. "CARTER BUCCijaB"-
fully treat all female dUeasos and Ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; coa-
■uuatlon free. Hours, t a. m. to 8 p.
in.; Sundays, 10 to Uu. m. 204 MKR-
PANTILE PLACE, uvtr t.13 B. Spring.
CANCER CURED— MRS. B. J. BRIDOB
Remedy. Mrs. Bridge may be found every
day between 9 and 4 at the offices of J.
C. ALDRICH, M. P.. 464 8. Spring it
LADIES-SAFE, BUHH REMEDY." IR.
regularities, delayed or absent. 11.00 by
mail. DR. BTUAUU, Dept. L, 491 Grove
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
SOUTHERN HOME FOR LAUIIJb DUil-
Ins confinement; home* for children
OH. C. a. SMITH. U1 Beil*vu» ay*
Tel. Main 2361
JULIAN MACRAE. ULKCTKICIAN-
Mtnui and nervous disease* 1030 a.
HOPE. Homo 4001
DR. TAYLOR- KEMALE LPECIAUST
and ob.tetrlc». BULABCO TUUATIiUC,
■ Main *t
Stores and Office*
. — — —
- ITOnES AND OFFICES.
Can lease for long; term those
splendid modern offices and
stores In SQVERANCK) BUILD-
ING, northwest corner Slxtk
■ad Main. Prices from $10 to
930 per month,
n. A. ROWAN * CO.,
200 11. W. lirai.l.MAN BUILDING.
Several rood slsed office* In
COULTEII BLOCK, opposite
city hall, flO per month, llroiul-
wnjr fronts, ISxeellrntly adapt*
ed for doctors' and lawyers'
n. A. ROWAN A CO,
200 11. W. HBLLMAir BUILDING.
Can nrrnntir to lease new-
stores on Slain, near Fourth
■treet. Let us tell , you about
n. A. ROWAN * CO.,
200 11. W. HBLLMAN BUILDING.
Hare you Investigated those
large stores on Lo* Angelea
street, Just north of Fourth f
Can make you a good proposi-
n. A. ROWAN A CO.
200 H. W. HELLMAN BUILDING.
Will, build Ton a forty-room
howe vrhlcb will be a money-
maker, no mistake.
200 11. W. BELLMAN BUILDING.
ipRING STREET STORE FOR RENT—
One-half or two-thirds of the very best
location In the city; long lease. C. C.
PIERCE & CO.. 313 S. Spring St., P. S.—
If this is not of Interest to you perhaps
J'ou may know of some one who is look-
ng for such an opening.
FOR RENT-SUITE OP FRONT OFFICE
rooms, on second floor of 619 South
Broadway. ' Inquire MAMMOTH SHOE
STORE. -■ ■ ■
TO LET-MODERN FLATS-Water Free.
110 — 8 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
$12 — 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
112 — 3 rooms, 834 S. Flgueroa,
$13.50—5 rooms, 219 N. Flgueroa.
$14—3 rooms, 334 S. Flgueroa, furnished,
$18—6 rooms, 1013 W. Diamond.
Ilt-6 rooms, 1016 W. Ist .
$16—4 rooms. 810 W. Ist
$16—3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, furnished.
$18—3 rooms, 218 N. Fremont, furnished.
WIESENL-ANOER. 221 Laughlln Bid. 80
FOR RENT— I2O3 W. 9TH ST., FlRST-
class modern 6-room flat, beautiful
place; a nice lawn, fine location; adults.
Key 843 FLOWER ST..
TO LET-SMALL FLATS, UNFUR-
nlshed; housekeeping; cheap rent;
adults. 701 COURT; close in.
FOR $14 YOU CAN RENT THREE
rooms, completely furnished, new. ele-
gant; housekeeping; gas range, bath,
telephone, hot water; close in. 834
SOUTH FIOUEROA. $10 unfurnished;
also 204 NORTH FREMONT. $10 unfur-
IF YOU ARK LOOKING FOR THJsI
belt place in Los Angeles to room
and board, call at 805 B. Bunker Hill:
highest elevation In city; a nice, quiet
home, newly furnished and homo
cooking. Take Angel's Flight, then
go two blocks west. Rates low for
the summer. . "
FOR RENT— CRESTHOLME. CORNIOU
4th and Bunker Hill, two or three-room
apartments, with or without private
bath; also single room. House new,
modern; steam heat; hot and cold water.
Near in. __-■___
Tw LET-ROOMS MAONIFICENTLY
furnished In new HOTEL EMPIRE, 8.
K. corner 9th and Flgueroa, t minutes
from center of town; $2, G0 to $3.(0 per
week. ■ '
$16— THREE ROOMS, COMPLETELY
furnished; new; housekeeping; in
new building. 818 N. FREMONT.
Hotels and Lodging Houses
unfurnished, in business ■ section. Ap-
ply for Information L. K. HUBSKLL A
Co., 416 8. Los Angeles St.
FOR RENT— A DE'SIRABLB SECOND
story loft, close in, 90x60 in size, with
power ana steam if desired; 8 minutes'
walk from Fourth and Spring; Just the
thing for light manufacturing or hand
laundry. Apply at once. 817 BOYD BT.
Hdu Covell. ■
LOFT TO LET.KOR "LIGHT. MANU-
facturlng with power and steam, If de-
slr«d; very elos* in. Call US BOYD ST,
See Here, Tom
We Can Sell Omr Property
Plenty of Offers Through. Herald Liners
EIGHT-ROOM, TWO-STORY HOUSE
AT 1121 W. 11ST. MODERN. $30 PER
FOUR-ROOM MODERN FLAT ON 8.
W. CORNER 16TH AND GRIFFITH
2128' RESERVOIR ST., SEVEN
ROOMS, $16. NOT MODERN.
. THOS. J. HAMPTON CO..
L. A. R. B. 119 S. BROADWAY.
4-ROOM COTTAGE. NEAT PLACE, $U
water paid, 657 East 7th. Inquire 561
E. 17TH; _^
FOR RENT-3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
$6.60 per month. 150 S. MOUNTAIN
VIEW AYE. 2 blocks west of Bonnie
Brae. . ; . . .
FOR RENT— 6-ROOM NEW FLAT,
plenty of sun and light; will give lease.
$20 per month, water paid. 1135 MAPLE
aye. . ;
FOR RENT-7-ROOM HOUSE. OR WILL
rent part of 4 rooms. At 441 COLYTON
, Furnished Houses
TO RENT-FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED
' cottage on Kohler St., near 9th. $20 per
month. THOS. J. HAMPTON CO., 11»
HOMESEEKERS' CLUB MEETING—
Tomorrow evening, July 31, in
rooms 620-1-2-3-4, Chamber of Commerce
Bldg. (sth floor). All Invited. If any of
your friends want a home of their own
but have not' been able to get one un-
der old methods, SHOW THEM THIS
(See adv. under "Country Property.")
TONIGHT, BLANCHARD HALL. DFU
MoIVOR - TYNDALL, on "A VT B R
DEATH." With marvelous demon-
strations. M. Jean de Chauvenet,
pianist. SKATS FREE. SILVER
COLLECTION AT DOOR, .
FIRST OCCULT SPIRITUAL SOCIETY
holds meetings this afternoon, 2:30, 8
o'clock; lecture, tests, messages for
everybody present at both meetings by
Dr. Green. MAMMOTH HALL, 517
PROF. IRA GUILFORD SPEAKS ON
any topic suggested by his audience.
Scientific psychic tests for all.
BRENT'S HALL, 634V4 S. Spring., Mon-
day evening. Seats free. -
FREE READING ROOM; CIRCULAT-
Ing .Metaphysical library. 611 GRANT
BUILDING, 355 • So. Broadway. New
Thought literature for sale. Home
SOCIETY OF INDIVIDUAL UNFOLD-
ment— Free public lecture, Bunday, 8
p. m.; subject. "Astral Body." Dr. Col-
flnge. HARRIMAN HALL. 337% S. Hill.
wiiNDOwlfflADEff *"" ""
Slightly damaged shades, 25 cents.
Our burlaps are heavier than others
and can be pasted; 76 Inches (not 72)
natural, 20 cents; 86 Inches dyed, 15
cents; 40 Inches dyed, 20 cents; just the
thing for between chair rails. Molding
Best paint, $1.50 per gallon.
Big reduction in wall paper.
Try our enamels— they mak* things
shine Ilka a mirror.
Glazing and painting.
627 South Spring St. .
W. V. JOHNSTON'S
The old reliable carpenter Jobbing shop.
Best place for good work and prompt
service. Screens, ladders, shlrfboards
made to order and in stock. Tel Main
6203, 309 W. SEVENTH.
PIONEER CARPET OLEANINO
works— Tel. Main 217; Home 217. 766 B.
OLIVE. Upholstering and carpet dean-
Ing. , '
80. CAL. TRANSFER CO.— TRUNKS,
250 and up; general dray age. Tels Main
HB6; Home aB4. 817 W. BECOND ST.
ENLARGE I YOUR BUSTS, T IXdIEsS
to 10 Inches at home, with Dr. Conway's
Bust Tablets, at trifling cost; $1000 for a
case wo cannot; those developed In past
17 years prove 'tis permanent. Sealed
facts 4o stamps. CONWAY SPECIFIC
CO., 15 Temple Place, Boston, Mass.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED?
Matrimonial paper containing hundreds
advertisements marriageable peopln,
many rich, mailed free. THE CORRES-
PONDENT, Toledo, Ohio.
ATTRACTIVE YOUNG WIDOW. WEAL*-
thy, wants Immediately kind husband to
take charge of her business affair*.
Address JESSE FERGUSON, 171 Wash-
MORPHINE, OPIUM, LAUDANUM,
cocoalne habit myself cured; will In-
form you of harmleni permanent home
cure. MARY BALDWIN, box 182, Chi-
6chl*Vman 'TJEntal jo, -.' '*"
107 N. Spring st.-Palnlws extracting.
tilling, crown and brlti*. work, fUxlbl*
rubbar plates. Pure Bold nllWs. 75q
y pi J* u M ? lher fll ",n«»' Wo up; cleaning
teeth, 600 up; gold crowns and brldx*
work. U-SO up; eats t««th, 11.60 up. AUo
open evening* and Bunday forenoons.
7HAN k ex*; vFnh, ny& 10. , BP«mo.
, ®dD 0
Office, 234 and 236
Copp Building, 218 South, Broadway.
If you want to sell your business,
or If you want to buy,
we have bargains
to offer you.
We booked today a general repair shop.
We have rooming houses from $200 up.
Groceries, cigar and fruit stands.
Laundry and bakery routes.
We have fourteen choice lots at
Venice, also at Manhattan Beach.
Houses and lots In city for sale,
rent or lease.
See Vs. We Are Busy.
EUREKA REALTY AND INVEST-
234 and 235 Copp Building.
A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY— .. .
Wanted — Thoroughly competent man
to take management and small interest
In well established sandstone business.
Must be conversant with all details for
quarry, yard and construction work.
State references and where last engaged
Address BOX 406, Herald Office.
by giving best values in United States.
76-Inch natural burlap 20c, 40-inch dyed
20c, just the thing between chair rail;
SG-inch dyed 16c. Our burlaps are heavy
and can be pasted; best paint $1.60 gal-
lon, molding 2c foot, slightly damaged
window shades 25c, painting and glazing.
WALTER BROS., 627 8. Spring.
NEWSPAPER— WILL DISPOSE OF
whole or half Interest in best paying
newspaper in Ventura county. Receipts
this month are $300. Best Job plant In
county. $400 worth of Job work on hand.
But little cash required to swing this
excellent opportunity. Inquire imme-
diately. "G/ BOX H, Ventura, Cal.
FOR SALE —
Cigar stand; fine location; doing
fine business; five years' lease; cheap
rent Come right in and see me about
COOPER A CUDDEBACK,
218 South Uroadnny, Room 237.
FOR SALE — A FAMILY GROCERY. A
nice clean stock of groceries and a
nice trade already established.
Owner leaving city and must sacri-
DROWN A WOODS, 317 Fay.
FOR SALE— RARE CHANCE TO BUY
fine grocery store in growing town,
doing over $1500 cash business every
month; only $3000. Will consider good
BMITH & ASTON, 226 Laughlln Bldg.
1000 NICELY PRINTED BUSINESS
cards, $1.50; best value obtainable for
the money; other printing reasonable.
E. J. ELSON CO., Tel. Home 2326; 121%
TRANSFER AND BTORAQE
TH^^r^T^ ; A^rT ; RljCK^AND V STOR^
AGE CO. MOVE, PACK, STORE AND
BHIP HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PI-
ANOS AT REDUCED RATES. CAN
SAVE YOU MONEY ON SHIPPING
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PI-
ANOS EAST, WEST, NORTH AND
SOUTH. WE ALSO MOVE OFFICES,
SAFES AND MACHINERY. PROMPl 1
AND CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN
TO ALL ORDERS. 618 S. BROAD-
WAY. PHONES— MAIN 115. HOME
294. R. H. DUNSTON, PROP.
WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR
STORAGE WAREHOUSE BEFORE
PLACING YOUR STORAGE ELSE-
WHERE. OUR PRICES ARE MOST
RASONABLE. WE ALSO MOVE
FURNITURE, PIANOS, ETC. WE
BHIP HOUSEHOLD GOODS FROM
OCEAN ,TO OCEAN AT REDUCED
RATES. OFFICE, 226 W. FIFTH ST.
TRANSCONTINENTAL FREIGHT CO.
COLYKAR WAREHOUSE CO.
Fire Proof. 416-1» Ban Pedro St
Open storage or separate iron rooms.
Moving and packing reasonable rates.
Cash advanced on storage.
Main Of floe, 822 S. MAIN.
. Phones— Main 1117; Home 2164.
WE SHIP HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO
and from the east and north In our
own cars at greatly reduced rates.
Call on us or write for particulars.
BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
244 South Broadway.
TROY VAN AND STORAGE CO.— OF-
FICB. 442 S. BROADWAY. PHONH
MAIN 8108; HOME 2SBS. HALF
RATBB ON SHIPPING.
PIXNW BOLD 'ON^ABi'eXYuSlivSP-
Pianos rented at low rates. A., Q.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE. Ltd., VH
Winston st Phone Black 2221; Home
fee without suooais. O. W. COOK, 621
' Stlmson Block, 8d i and Spring, i'houn
6718. Open •veiling*. ■ ..
DIVORCifI LAWS-ADVICIfI FREH; NO
, fee- without *ucc*»* :.. private. J. if.
BMiTH. law, ithlrA ftU Room IW. I
I NY EBTM ENTB
Goldfleld Wlldhorie Mining Co.
Treasury Stock, 10c.
Shaft and tunnel work being;
Good strikes on Joining
H6<£ fl©(£ fl©(£
WANTED-* PER~CENT NET INTER-
est, payable seml-annually on our paid-
up certificate's; nothing better In the
nrnrket; uniform satisfaction given for
eight years past; nnfo as government
bonds; secured by deposit of flrst mort-
?ages with a trustee; Investigate. Wrllo
or booklet and Information to tho
PROTECTIVE SAVINOB BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, W. O.
Blewett, Secretary, 101 N. Broadway,
$26,000; $10,000 CASH-
A good and desirable Investment In
iarga frontage on Washington street; 4
two-story buildings, fine corner, on the
very best portion of Washington St.,
where values are increasing all the
time. Assured Income, $1800 per annum.
Safer than a bank and larger returns,
besides the Increase in value. Let us
show this property to you. McFAT-
RIDGE BROS., 319 S. SPRING.
Bo Bo 180
Will make you money.
nuy HtillfriiK Dandle.
Listed 'Frisco exchange. .
Ask your broker. . ;■;, .'•■
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
glst, Phychic, Palmist. References | a
hundred thousand Los Angeles people.
Both hands read 25c. Daily and even-
ings except Sunday. 341% S. SPRING.
PROF. TRIPP, PSYCHIC MEDIUM,
316V4 South Spring, parlor 6. Head, hand,
card, or clairvoyant readings daily, 26c;
satisfaction assured; hundreds of
pleased patrons; open Sundays. .' ■ ■
DR. GREEN, LIFE READER, BUBl-
ness medium, gives readings dally; test
circles Tue., Thur. evenings at 8 o'clock;
260. Room 16. 119 ft S. BPRING ST. -
CONSULT THE RELIABLE LIFE
reader; all affairs of life, business, love
or journeys; 10-12, 1-4. ROOM 6, 341%
MRS. PARKER, PALMIST .iND CLAlR-
voyant. 416% 8. SPRING ST.. room 8.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN—
TO BUILD A HOME.
TO PURCHASE A HOME:
$13.11 per month repays a $1000 loan . ,
and Interest In 10 years.
$21.38 per month repays a $1000 loan
and interest in 6 years. . ' -
Payments in excess of regular install-
ments credited on principal and interest
stopped the following month on such ex-
Money furnished for erection of homes.
Interest charged only from actual data
money Is drawn by borrower. - ■. ■ : ■
No Installments payable to company un-
til house is completed. • ' • ■ • ,"
NO COMMISSIONS CHARGED BOR-
EQUITABLE SECURITIES CO., 1 1
430 Byrne Bldg., 3d and Broadway. -.;
|200,000 TO LOAN-
IN AMOUNTS AS LOW AS $500. : \ I
VA to 7 per cent interest. '<
Building Loans. .
Prompt attention to all applications.
ROBERT MITCHELL CO., -
608 S. Broadway. ■ • ' '•.■
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL
KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN BUMS
TO SUIT AT CURRENT RATES.
JAME3 B. THRELKELD,
201 FAY BLDG., 826 W. THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN 893.
NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER.
LONG AND SHORT TIME LOANS-
SECURED BY FIRST AND SECOND
MORTGAGE ON REAL ESTATE OR
ANY GOOD SECURITY. LOW RATES.
NOURSE & CO., 202 TRUST BUILD-
ING. PHONES: HOME 7660; RED 6931.
QUICK LOANS SECURED BY FIRST
or Becond mortgage or other good se-
curity; no waiting; money the same
day you apply for loan. NOURSE &
CO., 202 Trust Building. • Phones; Home
7660; Red 6931. _____'
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW.RATES-
for building or on Improved property,
or in good outside towns. NEW PLAN
OF INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS. In-
terest decreases as you pay. STATH
BUILDINO AND LOAN ASSOCI-
ATION, 107 Bouth Broadway. *.- .;"
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without indorsers; easy payments;
positively lowest rates. Hours, 10:80 to
5:30. COMMERCIAL. DISCOUNT CO..
604 Frost Block.
ANY AMOUNT ON FURNITURE,
pianos, household goods, machinery,
etc.. If stored In our new fireproof ware-
house. Office 82!! S. Main. COLYEAR
WAREHOUSE CO., Phone Main 1117.
Homo 2164. ■ ■■■■:■■
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE, BORROW
money; salaried men and women accom-
modated on their note without mort-
gage or Indorser; confidential. CHER-
RY, 211 O T. Johnson Bldg.. cor. 4th
MONEY" TO LOAN AT LOW INTEREST
on pianos, diamonds, automobiles, fur-,
nlture, real estate; no publicity. Office
1, S4&<* SOUTH HILL ST. 8:80 a. m. to
Bp. m. : . .
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security: easy pay-
meats. Largest business in 60 principal '
cities. TOLMAN, Room 430 , Mason
Bldg., cor. 4th and Broadway.
ON DIAMONDB. FURNITURE, LlVB-
stock, eta, low rates; prompt, reliable. .
REID & CO., 1U S. Broadway, Room
126. Phone lm . .*.:
TO LOAN— SIOOO AND $1500 PRIVATE
money, 8 years, at 7 per cent net, on
fl°7°BO r YD BT 1 !* 1 * ■ eourUy< A(Wr( «» D.
MONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS 8. WADS- '
WORTH, 819 and $20 Douglas building,
will lend money on city or county r«al
estate. , . . ■ . ■:., .-■'
It. W. POINDHXTHK, 4Ott WILOOX'
Illditf.. loans money on real estate,
stocks and bonds. Building loans a
specialty. . , , , A
LIKE INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT. ;
L. P. VAN NOMAN, 1194 West 46th *t.
Phone Went 1231. , ■■ ,-.^:
$500 TO $10,000-PRIVATE MONEY, 6 PER
cent. LOCKHART & SON, 'JJ» West
First st. / i
TO LOAN— SIOOO TO $18,000, ON Cl . i
real estate, kuwin ALDBHSOn,
209 I.Mun-hlln Mulldlssr. ' *
lost and found
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A LAROB BUNCH OF KEYS. ' THB i
FINDER WILL PLEASE RETURN !
-THB SAMB TO THE POLICE STA-'
taoN, .CAi'XAiN aubjuhb owica.