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T.OB AWIRLBH, Cftl., Nov. 4, li**^
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Maximum temperature 65.
Minimum temperature S7.
By Associated Press.
BAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 4.-A depres
sion of some depth overlies the valley of
Ihe Colorado, and cloudy weather is re
ported from Lo.i Angeles upward, with
light ruin In Arizona.
The pressure Is rising rnpldly over the
northern half of the Pacific slops. Much
colder weather la reported In the Rlerras
and eastward to the Rocky mountains.
Strong north winds are blowing In the
Bscramento and San Jonquln valleys.
The following high winds have occurred:
Sacramento, 86, north; Red Uluff, 32,
north; Eureka, 86, north; Independence,
Los Ana;el*a and vicinity— Cloudy, un
settled weather Sunday, possibly show
ers: fresh southerly winds, changing to
COMSTOCK-THOMPSON— H. J. Com-
stock, 28, native of lowa nnd resident
of Los A-npplen, and Hazel Thompson,
20, natlvo of Pennsylvania and real-
dent of Lou Angeles.
CARBER-UELL — West Carber, 23, na-
tive of California and resident of Los
Angeles, and Gertrude H. Hell, 20, na-
tlvn of California and resident of Los
MILLEU-'rEHFELD— Samuel Miller,
84, native of Germany and resident of
San Francl.ico, and Sarah Rchfeld, 22,
native of California and resident of
.KIESSia-MEUSClt— Frank G. Klesslg.
24, native of California and resident
of San Diego, and Florence I. Meusch,
24, native of California and resident
HART-MARTINDALE— George B. Hart.
27, native of Ohio and resident of
narstow, and Genevleve J. Martln-
flalo. 23, native of Canada and resi-
dent of Los Angeles.
IgAACS-ZOBEL— Max Isaacs, 36, native
of California and resident of Los An-
gelea. and Mario Zohel, 30. native of
California and resident of Los An-
il EINEY-BROWN— W. T. Helney, 24,
native of Ohio and resident of Los
Angeles, and Zelda Brown, 21, native
of Arizona and resident of Los An-
M^RRAY-CHRISTIAN— R. C. Murray.
24, native of Ohio and resident of Los
Angeles, and Elcla O. Christian, 20,
native of Kansas and resident of Los
STOLt'z-HOLLENBECK— Gust Stoltz,
25, native of Wisconsin, and Annie
Hollenbeck,. 18, native of "Washington
and resident of San Gabriel.
BEACH — To Sydney E. and wife, 183S
Avenue Five, a boy, November 4.
SCHULTE — To Theodore and wife, 1324
Star, a girl, November 2.
PIERCE—To James and wife, 526 Ma-
ple avenue, a boy, November 2.
ROE — To Edwin and wife. 1023 West
Fortieth street, a girl, October 5.
SPATES — To Edwin nnd wife, 1139
West Forty-fourth street, a boy, Oc-
MUL"VINHILL— To William E. and wife,
472 Evergreen avenue, a girl, October
ELLISH — To Alonio and wife, 1316 Ell-
wood street, a girl, October 2.
HICKEY — To Charles B. and wife, 501
Ezra street, a boy, October 3.
FEALY — To Edmund and wife. 538
South Hancock, a boy, October 31.
Peek & Chase Co., undertakers and
embalmcrs; lady assistants. 433 S. Hill.
Tel. Main 61.
DISHPAN — W. A., 2625 South Main
street, native oC Kentucky, heart
failure, November 3, aged 73 years.
McNEIL — Evelyn, Los Arisceles Orphan
asylum, native of California, menin-
gitis. November 5, aged 5 years.
ROSNER — J. 0., 1406 Valencia street,
native of California, entercolitis, No-
vember 3, uged 2 months.
BRAY — Frank, 1404 Catallna street,
native of New York, cerebral hemor-
rhage, aged 7i> years.
BROWN — Harold. 2714 Oelton. natlvo
of Indiana, diphtheria, aged 18 years.
HENRY — William. California hospital,
native of Ohio, Bright's disease, aged
DRAKE — Mary, In Los Angeles, native
*•' of lowa, apoplexy, agod i>7 years.
CARTER— Nuomi. 1046 East Fifty-
third, native of California, menln-
gitls. aged 1 year.
IBRESEE1 BRESEE BROS. CO. Sl^^ 5
« BROADWAY AND SIXTH BTREET
! ' Lady assistant attends 1 1 im CRT fl KPR <5
Ladies and children. UlMUfcn I AISEKa
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
Funeral directors. 810-812 BTFlower' street
Our lady undertaker, Miss Elizabeth
Thompson, In attendance for women and
children day or night Phone Main 1827;
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
UNDERTAKERS, "nave removed to lost
8. Grand avenue. Phones — Main 403;
PAlNE— Hattie M. Paine. Funeral from
her late residence, 1116 West Twentieth
street, Monday, November 6, at 2 p. m.
Friends lnvltrd. Pleaße omit flowers.
Asylum nf Los Angeles Commanderv,
No. 9, K. T., Los Angeles, Nov. 4, 1906.-
Blr Knights: You are earnestly requested
to be at Masonic Temple In full Templar
uniform Sunday afternoon, November 5,
at 1:30 sharp, to act as escort to Pales-
tine Lodge, No. 35, F. & A. M., In the
funeral ceremony of tho late Sir P. C.
Smith of Mt. Hormon Commandery. No. 7,
of Beatrice. Neb.
By order of
FRANCIS M. PARKER, Commander.
W. B. SCARBOROUGH, Recorder.
The fur.oral services of the late Mrs. J.
M. Cowan win be held at the residence,
1420 Mltche!! place, on Sunday, November
6. at % o'clock. Friends Invltod.
FIRST Cnlsitc7ro?~CU ßlSTriciEN"-
tist, of Lns Angeles— Services lit the
church edlfleo, Seventeenth nnd Flu-
uoroa, Sunday, U a. m. and x p. in,
Berraon from the Christian Sclenca
Quarterly; subject, "Mortals and Im-
mortals." Sabbath Bchonl, U a. m. Tes-
timonial meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m.
Take Washington car to Flgueroa and
Seventeenth streets. Traction to Six-
teenth and Georgia streets. Reading
room, 40tf Braly building. Fourth and
(Spring streets, open dally from 9:30 a. m.
to 6 P. ni.
SECOND CIIUHCH OK CHRIST,
HclentlHt, Blmpson Auditorium, 734 8.
Hope street. Services 11 a. m. and 8
S. m. Sermon from the Christian
dence Quarterly, Subject, "Mortals
iiiul Immortals." Children's Sunday
school, 9:80 a. m. Wednesday evening
meeting at 8 o'clock. Reading room,
r,l(i-r,ll Herman W. Hellman Bldg.,
Spring and Fourth sts.; open dally ex-
cept Sunday, from 9 a. in. to I p. m.
TKMPLIS BAPTIST CHURCH-WOK^
sniping In Masonic hall on Hill street,
between Fourth und Fifth. Divine serv-
ice at 11 and. 7.30. Preaching by the
yaator, Robert J. Burdette. Evening
sermon to young men, who are especial-
ly Invited to be present. A most cordial
welcome awaits all persons who will
accept the standing invitation to wor-
ship with us at all services of the Tem-
GEORGE EDWIN BURNELL. 7:45 P.
M., "Wealth In Substance." 1827 Georgia
»t. Gage W. Christopher sings from
oratorio of "Creation," by Haydn.
CHAPEL. 1827 GEORGIA BT. TEACHING
. und demonstration of healing every
I Friday, 8 p. in. Mary Lamorettux Bur-
MARY LAMORKAUX lIUKNKUj, 11
-. ». in. Buhjwt. "Kingdom of Heavenly
JUlnd." Chapel, HOT Georgia St.
IM M A*N ir R £ TRESRYTERIAN
church, corner of Tenth and Flgueron
. dt».— Rev. Hug!i K. Wnlkor, n. l>., the
pastor, will preach tomorrow «t 11:00
a. nt. ami at. 7:30 p. m. Hiihji>ets; Morn-
Ins;, "Thn Call of the fllmpln Mfc to th<»
Modern I'hnrrh n« an Orgnnlted Force."
Evening, "Three Onsat l'rerosltlona In
the Vocabulary of Life" Thn chorus
Choir will Ksslut In the evening *<»rv!<"<».
Strangers are especially Invited to wor-
ship with us.
TJIE I.OS ANOKI.KS KEI-I-OWBHtP—
Benjamin Fay Mills, the permanent
minister, will npenk nt Tilanehard hall
ftt 11 o'clock on "The Spiritual Life."
Music, by Miss Helen O. Tsppe, soprano;
Alfred E. Walper, violinist, and W. D.
Vhllllps, tenor. All seat* fre« to all.
Children's church at m Houth Hill
street at 11. Sunday school at Fellow-
ship House, 420 West Sixth street, at 3:30.
fTr.IT CONGREGATIONAL CHtTHCH,
Hope St., near Ninth-Seats free. Hey.
Wm. Horace Day, pastor. Rev. Warren
F. Day, D. t>.. pastor emeritus. Mr.
Harry Clifford Lott, choir master. Mr.
Walter F. Skeele, organist. Morning
service, 11 o'clock. Dr. Day will preach.
Evening service, 7:.10 o'clock, the pastor
will preach on "Modern Heroes of the
SERVICE IN THH UNITED NORVVK-
gIan church on corner of Washington
street and Griffith avenue, every Bun-
day, 11 a. m., Sunday school, 10 a. m.;
evening service, 7:45 p. m. A cordial In-
vitation extended. Rev. 8. J. Brevik.
pastor of the church.
BROADWAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
opposltA the court house. Preaching at
If a. m. by B, F. Coulter, and at 7:45
p. m. by P. C. Dlxon.
lI UMMEL BROS. & CO., ~
A strictly first-class, reliable agenoy
All kinds of help promptly furnish*!
Your orders solicited.
116-118 East Second street.
Between Main and Los Angeles at*.
Largest and best equipped offices on
the Pacific coast
HUMMEL BROS. A CO.,
US and 118 E. 2d St.
Telephones— Main Sot.
WANTED — YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN,
Remington operator, for Junior steno-
graphic position In largo manufac-
turing plant. Beginner preferred,
but must bo thoroughly prepared;
small salary, but good opening to
right one. Apply in own handwrit-
ing, stating age and experience. Ad-
dress BOX 26, Herald office.
WANTED — EXPERIENCED. UP-TO-
date ofnee 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— LADIES TO LEARN HAlR-
drcsbing, manicuring and facial mas-
sage. Trade taught in 8 weeks, posi-
•tions guaranteed. Grout demand for
college praduatos. Special offer for
first ten students. Call or write LOS
ANGELES HAIRDRBSSINQ COL-
LEGE. 204 Mercantile T'lace, suite 3s.
WANTED — AT ONCE, FOR DEPART-
ment store, in Interior, a smart young
man for domestic department; must
be good card writer. Apply to MR.
HOCHHEIMER, Nadeau hotel, be-
tween 10 and 12 o'clock Sunday
morning, November 5, 1905.
WANTED — 10 STRONG, EXPER-
lenced delivery boys with wheels;
must know city thoroughly and bo
over If years. Wages $G per week.
Apply to supt. at HAMBURGER'S
before 10 a. m.
6OLICITORS FOR COLLECTION
agency; none but hustlers need ap-
ply. Call at room 60 HOLLENBECK
HOTEL, between the hours of 9:3Q
and 4 o'clock.
WANTED — CARRIERS FOR PAPER
routes. Must have wheel or horse
and cart. Good salary. Apply CIR-
CULATION DEPARTMENT, The Her-
ald. 6 p. m.
WANTED — YOUNG LADIES TO PRE-
pare for ladies maids; great demand
LOS ANGELES HAIRDRESSING
COLLEGE, 204 Mercantile Place, suite
SALESMAN . WANTED TO SELL
King's River land on easy weekly pay-
ments. Apply to KING'S RIVER LAND
CO., 304-5-Ci Merchants Trust Bids.
LADIES— HAIRDRESSING AND MANl-
curing free at the Los Angeles Halr-
dresalrg college, 204 MERCANTILE
PLACE, suite 38.
WANTED— S YOUNG MEN 17 YEARS
old with wheels; pood wages. Apply at
248 SOUTH SPRING.
WAN- jJD— GOOD STRONG BOY. L. A.
Confection Co., 507 Allso street.
Help — Female
WANTED— LADY CASHIER, MUST BE
quick, accurate at figures and highly
reccommended. One who lives with
parents or relatives preferred. Wages
J26 per month to start. The Regal Shoe
Co., 302 South Brondway.
WANTED— AT THE BOOT ■ & SHOE
Hospital, 635 South Main, opposite
Hurbanlc Theater, a woman to make
Help — Male and Female
WANTED— EDITOIUAI^VRTTER ALSO
society writer. Evening Democrat,
Fresno. Sre Mark I'laTsted, Nadeau
hotel, Sunday, 6 to 8 p. m.
WANTED — 10 CASH BOYS OR GIRLS
over 14 years. Apply to supt. at
HAMBURGER'S before 10 a. m.
SITUATION WANTED BT YOUNG
man at any kind of work, with show of
advancement. Address Box 715, Herald
WANTED— POSITION,' BY A COMPE-
tent bookkeeper; first-class; city ref-
erences. Address Box 217, Herald of-
I AM PLACING OTHER PEOPLE'S
money out at Interest safely and profit-
ably. I can place yours, too. No ex-
pense to lender. No worry. 16 years' ex-
perience In California titles. Highest
references. JAMES B. TWRELKELD,
Notary Public, 201 Fay Bldg., 326 W«st
Third street. Phones Main S»3, Home vzsi
WANTED- YOUNG~MAN "
Who can Invest few thousand dollars,
either to buy Interest or to loan mone\
temporarily on good security and good
Interest. Will give permanent position
SMITH & ASTON, 226 Laughlln Bldg._
A PERMANENT BUSINESS OFFER. $5(
to (160 per week POSITIVE; men anc
women wanted everywhere to operate
sales parlors for the BEST ladles' am
gents' dress shoe known; 10 original
sight-selling health and comfort fea'
tures; factory to consumer; prevloui
experience unnecessary; profit possibill
tins unlimited; NO RISK; reply Quick
SO. CAL. AUY., 822 West 2d St., Lot
WANTED — TYPEWRITER DESK
roll top desk, safe, office chairs, me
Will give purt cash and eilt-edg<
stock In exchange. BROWN a
WOODS, «17 Kay.
WANTED — DEALK^d AND PAVER-
hanirers to write for sampla books ol
' burlaps, shades, wallpaper, paints, etc
WALTER UROB-. til H. Bprltig.
WANTED— IOOO OLD FEATHER UEDH
highest cash price paid. Address A. B
MACK, genera! delivery.
LU3 ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, »9<>S-
You'll Be a Syre WSnimer
If Yoia Use Herald Liners
WANT TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT.
Will assume your mortgage. Will pay
down $200 cash and give deed to 1 to 4
lots, land In another state, or give min-
ing stock for your equity In house. For
particulars see PHOENIX, 203 Grant
WANTED— ABOtTT 200 ACRES WIRE
grass cattle pasture, fenced, between Los
Angeles and the ocean. BOX 326, Herald
To Purchase — Rea- Estato
"~~ TO BUY BEACH COTTAGES.
We can use some choice cottage In-
come property 'at Ocean Park, In ex-
change for choice Loa Angeles property,
with value of $6000 to $18,000.
Our property will bear Investigation.
If yours will also come In and tell us
about it or address
McDonald * stott,
SO9-10 Lankershlm Bldg.
Home Phone 4746.
Sunset Main 4555.
TO BUY FLATS.
We want to buy from owners for
speculation 4 to 6 room fiat or apart-
ment buildings, ranging In price from
$5000 to $0500.
Rental income must be attractive and
building well located, close in preferred.
McDonald & stott,
. 303-10 Lankershlm Bldg.
Home Phone 4746.
Sunset Main 4555.
WANTED TO PURCHASE— MONEY
ready to buy at a right price, a good
piece of business property for $50,000
or less. Close in preferred. Will de-
cide It quickly.
JAMES B. THRELKELD,
200-201 Fay Building.
326 W. Third St.
HOUSE AND LOT— MODERN HOUSE,
6 or 7 rooms, facing on Los Angeles
railway car line (yellow cars), no other
will do, about" 15 minutes from Ist and
Spring, south or southwest. Will pay up
to $4000. Must show value. A. F. WEB-
STER & CO., 802 Mason Bldg., cor 4th
and Bdwy. Home 6575; Main 4090.
WANTED— TO PURCHASE A FIVE OR
six-room cottage or bungalow, In the
Bouthwset part of city. Please give
terms and addreys BOX 29, Herald
offlca. ■ ■
WANTED— SEVEN OR EIGHT-ROOM
house with modern Improvements and
furnace heat. Located on West side on
high ground. Apply P. O. BOX 992.
READ THE FINE PAYING GENUINE
bargains; many excellent planes sacri-
ficed for best reasons; every kind store,
hotel, factory, luncheon, restaurant,
manufacturing, livery stable, shoe fur-
nishing, cigar, bakery or family supply
business paying largely; also furnished
rooming houses; also sell half store at
Inventory; clears 1125 weekly; also sell
half factory. $1400; half large pool and
billiard business, $1350; half restaurant,
$600; Interest manufacturing, $2000; also
sell stock In company and vote you In
as foreman of company. See PHOENIX
REALTY CO., 202 Grant Building. 355
80. Broadway. i
FOR SALE — MODERN 7-ROOM TWO-
story house on Pleasant avnnuo for
$6600; lot 40x150, and beautifully
located, where you have a command-
ing view of thn entire city. JONES
& RYDER LAND CO., 218 W. Third
JUST LIKE BANKING-ANY ORDERS
for decorating or house painting en-
trusted to our care will relievo you of
much anxiety. Try us. Work and
prices guaranteed. WALTER BROS.,
627 8. Spring at.
FOR SALE — GRIBT MILL, WARE-
house and grain business ; old estab-
lished; will net $8000 per year: for sale
nt low figure. A. H. GREGG & CO.,
715 Bryson Bldg. Home 6421.
FOR SALE— TYPfcAL COUNTRY OKN-
eral store. $6500 stock. Sales over $40,000
per year. Kino profits. Fine location In
this valley. No agents need reply. Ad-
dress BOX 3S, Herald office.
FOR SALE— DRY GOODS BUSINESS,
established 9 years; will net $6000 a
year: will Bell at Inventory. This Is
nrst-elaes. A. 11. GREGG & CO.. 715-
718 Bryaon blk. Home 6421.
FOR SALE— MEAT MARKET; WILL
sacrifice on account of domestic trouble;
one of the best transient markets in
thq city. Inquire between 9 and Vi
Monday. Phona Home 7895.
FOR SALE— GOOD BUSINESS: TEAM,
two wagons and harness. Maka me an
offer; apply 429 MOLINO ST.. Homo
phone COSI. .
FOR SALE— A SCHOLARSHIP IN THB
Los Angeles College of Fln« Arts, &t
a very low figure. Address BOX IU6
BUY BULLFRQfX.BUNDLE ASK TOUR
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-ON MAIN OK THIRTY-FIRST
street, lady's cold watch and chain.
Liberal reward If returned to J. V.
GOODENOW. 142 Went Ploo street.
BOV'fl WHEEL STOLEN FROM OLIVE
street school. Return to JANIH HUFF.
7»Hi 8. Broadway, room 2, and receive
UOU>_W"HTATK CAidV. NO! 711", it. W.
A., meoU every Wednesday night In K.
P. hall. lvS North Spring at. All neigh-
bors cordially Invited.
W. H. BTONIS. Cleric.
S3S-239 Bradbury Bid*.
Tho well known real estate firm, lo-
cated at 341 South Hill street, wIshQS
to call the attention of all their old
customers, as well as to property hold-
ers generally, to the fact that they are
now oponlng up a rentaj department.
Inquiries along this line are so numer-
ous that wo have decided to list all
good properties obtainable. Any busi-
ness of this nature will receive the most
JUSTICE TO BOTH BUYER AND
Is our motto when handling properties
of any kind. Send us a description of
what you have to sell and we will do
our best to procure for you a desirable
FINLEY & NORRIS,
341 South Hill Street.
644 WEST JEFFERSON— ELEGANT
modern 6-room bungalow; gas, elec-
tricity, porcelain bath, ho* and cold
water, furnished; piano. See owner,
A. -L.I HERON.
FOR RENT— 6-ROOM COTTAGE,~I3IS
Dewpy avenue. $20. 0-room two-story
house on Madison avenue half block
north of Colegrove car line, $25. Geo.
Harlan, 123 S. Broadway.
FOR BALE-$2OOO, EAST FRONT LOT,
60x178, two feet above grado. Near
Country club, between Pico and 16th.
Building restrictions $3500. Owner, 1413
FOR RENT-m-STORY COTTAGE ON
Griffith aye. car line, 5 rooms, sink !n
kitchen; fine shade trees; place for
chickens. 887 E. JEFFERSON ST.
TO LET-734 W. ADAMS ST.; 9-ROOM
house; large grounds; rent $40 per mo.
and care of grounds. TAYLOR, 102
TO LET-6-ROOM, 2-STORY HOUSE, $25
including water; 833 Kohler street.
THOS. J. HAMPTON, 119 S. Broadway!
L. A. R. B.
FOR RENT-9-ROOM HOUSE, 16TH ST.
near San Pedro St.. only $21 per month.
Taylor. 102 Broadway.
TO LET— 4-ROOM COTTAGE; FURNl-
ture for sale. BOG E. 33D ST. Maple aye.
car line. Monday.
TO LET-FIRST-CLASS 5-ROOM FULLY
furnished house; piano; high and slght-
wU° i l^"! 1 ,' 68 Snit Lake station. TAY-
LOR, 102 Broadway.
e(^i 111 IkP IP
Elegantly furnished apartments of
2, 3 and 4 rooms, strictly first class
family apartment house, under now
management. Newly furnished, com-
manding view of tho city. Take
elevator at 207 North Broadway to
top floor, go through to second build-
ing and sea
MRS. S. VAN HOUSEN,
IF TOU ARE LOOKING FOR THH
belt place In Los Angeles to room
and board, call at SOB 8. Bunker Hill;
highest elevation In city; a nice, quiet
home, newly furnished and home
cooking-. Take Angel's Flight, then
go two blocks west. Hates low for
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
sunny rooms in private family. Large
grounds and all conveniences. 15 min-
utes from Ist and Broadway. 2536 KAHT
FIRST ST., corner Flekett, Boylo
Heights. Phone Home 41241.
FOR RENT — THREE WELL-FUR-
nlshed rooms for housekeeping; electric
lights, gas. hath: no children; In call of
8. P. roundhouse. 1373 BVENA VISTA
To LET-ROOMS MAGNIFICENTLY
furnished in new HOTEL EMPIRE, S.
10. corner 9th and Flgueroa, 5 minutes
from center of town; $2.50 tp $3.60 per
~ ROOMS TO LET.
$4.00, big, Hinsin room, steame heat,
new; Court Terrace. Elevator at 207 N.
YOU WILL FIND AT 1200 SOUTH
Flower three nice rooms for light house-
keeping, with all modern Improvements.
FOR RENT-3 ROOMS. PARTLY FlTR-
nlshed if desired; $6. 150 B. MOUNTAIN
VIEW AYE., formerly Newhall »t,
NICE SUNNY OUTBIDK ROOMS; NEW
furniture; from $1.60 up. 440 EAST 4TH
COURT TERRACE, 207 N. BROADWAY;
elevator to top floor; walk through to
Court terrace; new management; refur-
nished; first class; rooms, suites, apart-
ments; steam heat.
TO LET— MODERN FLATS— WATER
$19 — 8 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
JIB — 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
$12— S rooms, 384 S. Flirueroa.
114 — 3 rooms, 334 8. Flgueros,, fur-
$16 — 5 rooms, 1013 W. Diamond.
116 — 5 rooms. 1018 W, Ist.
$16—4 rooms, 913 W. Ist.
$16—8 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, fur-
$18 — 8 iT.nuiM, 21S N. Fremont, fur-
wieseniVanukr,- 331 Lauchlln Bid.
Fu rnlshed Flat* ■
FOR *1« YOU CAN RKNT 3 ROOMS,
rooms, completely furnished, new, ely-
f-mit; houseWplnit; gas range, bath,
elephone, hot water; c\oti« In. Ml
. SOUTH FKHJEROA. $10 unfurntttMdl
•l«o 204 NOHTH FREMONT. JlO unfur-
' APARTMENTS TO LET.
8-room Apartment, »20; 4-rnom, »28 to
ISO. Court Tcrrooe. Klfivator at 207 N.
Stores and Offices
TO LET-SEVERAL HEAtITtfnt.LT
decorated warerooms, each (8x76 feetj
well lighted, olean and slry; choice
central loratlon. Frulgrht and pnonengor
elevator servloe. Unusually good qunr--
ters for wholeiat* millinery, tailor, Jew-
eler or any lljrhl manufacturing busl-
n«HM. Apply S4&-347 SOUTH SPRING
FOn RENT-ONH-HALF MY SUtTK
offices, fifll and OOfi Urnly hull(lln|C. Ref-
frfT\rm required. .TAMFJ3 }l. COLLINS.
BCIIIKFMArirDKNTAi7*CO., . . ~~
lvi N. Spring iu— l'ainißnn extracting,
tilling, crown and brldg* work, fltxibla
rubber plates, Pure sold fillings, 750
up; all other fillings. 100 up; cleaning
tealh, 500 up; cold crown* and brldgK
work, ti.iO up; «ais teeth. »2.50 up. Alt«
open evenings and eunday forenoons.
DR. WM. BACHMA tf. THE WELL-
KNOWN MINNEAPOLIS DENTIST.
PERMANENTLY LOCATED, 209-210
JOHNSON DLDO., COR. 4TH AND
BROADWAY. PHONE 6853 HOME.
/■RANK BTHVCNB, 824 H 80, BPRINo!
MARRIAGE LAWS, PROPERTY
RIGHTS ADJUSTED, DAMAGE
CASKS, COLLECTIONS MADE
QUICK, PKIVATE, LKGAL PAPERS
fiRAWN AND EXECUTED, NOTARY
PUBLIC. OPEN EVBRY EVENING.
K. HARDESTY, ROOMS 1-2-3, 125 ft
• south spring btrhjkt.
mar"riage and probate laws a
■peclalty. No fee without success. E. P.
MOREY, 621 Stlmson blk., cor. Brd and
Spring. Phone 6718. Open evenings.
uIVORCE LAWS— ADVICE FREE: NO
fee without success; private. J. H
BMITH, 122 W. Third St.. Room 108. t
to 6 p m. ■
J. MARION BROOKB-EX-U. 8. ATTY.,
142 S. B'WAY. Office evenings. Notary
Notary. Both phones.
WOULD 'YOU*'' MARRY IF SUITED?
5000 desire correspondence with view to
marriage; largo Hat, with photos and
P. O. address, 10c; many wenlthy. Ad-
dress THE MESSENGER, 2M6D Braln-
ard, New Orleans. -'•.•
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED?
Matrimonial paper containing hundreds
advertisements marriageable people,
many rich, mailed free THE COIIUES-
POriDENT. Toledo. Ohio.
Commencing today in order to adver-
tise we will make for any one present-
ing this coupon at The Harris Studio,
316V4 S. Spring street, three large beau-
tiful panel photographs for 3oc. Fin-
ished In one day in carbon njatt finish.
This coupon good for babies, children
or adults. Sittings made from 9 a. m.
to 6 p. m. Studio open Sundays.
LADIES, MARRIED LADIES— SOME-
thIng new and useful. Agrents wanted.
Enclose stamp for reply. DR. C.
CHARLES. P. O. Box 820. Los An-
MORPHINE, OPJUM, LAUDANUM, CO-
caine habit; myself cured; will Inform
you of harmless permanent home cure.
MARY BALDWIN, box 1212, Chicago.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED
without injury; chiropodist and mani-
cure; toilet articles for sale. MRS.
HYDE. 414 S. Hill. ■
and promptness. JAMES B. THKEL.-
KELD, Notary, 201 Fay Bldg., 326 West
Third St. Main 893. Home 5253.
Slightly damaged shades, 25c.
Our burlaps are heavier than otn-
ers and can be pasted; 76 Inches (not
72) natural, 20c; 36 inches 4yed, 15c;
40 Inches dyed, 20c; just the thing for
between chair rails. Moldings 2c
Best paint, ?1.50 per gallon.
Big reduction In wall paper.
Try our enamels — they make things
shine like a mirror.
Glazing and painting.
627 South Spring St.
W. V. JOHNSTON'S
The old reliable carpenter jobbing shop
Best placo for good work and prompt
service. Screens, laddem, shlrtboards
made to order and In Btock. Tel Main
8203. 809 W. SEVENTH.
543 SECOND HAND IHCYCLES
wanlnl nt 343 1". Ist at. Bring your
Yvlicflw mill Kft your money.
PALMIBTB AND MEDIUMS
P^OTTT ; RIpTRT i SYHnO^JE3IUM7^4»
South Hill St., hand, card or clairvoy-
ant readings daily, 25c; satisfaction or
no pay. Hundreds of pleased patrons.
Lectures every Wednesday and Friday
evening. Admission to lectures, 15c.
PROF. IRA L. GUILFORD, PHRENOL-
ogIst, psychic, palmist. Both hands read
this week, 25c. References: A hundred
thousand Los Angeles people. Free leo-
turo Monday evening, Brent's hall. Of-
nee, 341H B, SPRING.
PROF! IRA li. GUILFORD. PHRE-
nologlst, psychic, palmist; both hands
rend. 25c; references, a hundred thou-
sand Los Angeles people; free lecture
Brent's hall Monday evening. Oftlce
341V4 B. SPRING.
MRS. WESLEY, LIFE .READER,
business, law suits, removals, travels,
mineral locations, speculations, love,
health; all uftairs of life. 341i,i SIUTM
SPRING, parlors 4-5. Price 50c and H.OO.
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, INDE-
pendent slate writing medium, 752 South
Spring. The Victoria. Circles Monday,
Thursday, 8 p. t in. Readings daily.
Phone Main 4608. '
DR. GREEN, OLAIKVOYANT-BUSI-
ness medium; satisfaction given; test
circles Wednesday evenings, 8 o'clock,
25c Room 16, HUH B- BPIUNU BT.
MKH.VaRKER. PALMIST ..NU CLAlR-
voyant. 828V4 SOU SPRING ST. Room 15
DON'T HESITATE—- '
Any longer about getting that home.
Why bhould 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
sor. ■ of our own.
WB WILL MAKE SPECIAL IN-
To those who wish to build for cash.
We handle nothing but No. 1 material
and labor and are In a position to thor-
oughly iwtlsfy you in evory particular.
WHITING. THOMPSON & CO..
m Byrne Bldg.
Horn* phono 1075.
MONEY TO LOAN
KINDS OF OOOU HKCUniTT IN
BUMS TO SUIT AT CURRENT
JAM MS B. THRELT<Bt,t>,
201 KAY BLDG., m W. THIRD ST.
TNI.KI'WONfeI: SUNSET MAIN *Mb
NOT ARY FUBLIO. CONVBTANCER.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on not«, without nf-
curlty, without employer's knowledge
and without Indorse™; t»*y payments,
positively lowest rnt«B. Hours 10:80 to
8:30. COMMERCIAL. DISCOUNT CO.,
828-8:39 Chamber of Commerce hldg.
ANY AMOUNT ON FURNITURB,
piano*, household goods. m«chln«rr,
•to., If stored In our new fireproof war**
house. OfTles tit S. Main. COLTEAR
WAHKHOUBB CO., Phon* Main Ml.
DON'T BORROWIrROUBLK. BORROW
money; salaried men and women accom-
modated on their note without mort-
gage or Indorser; confidential. CHER-
itv. 211 O T. Johnson Hid*., cor. 4th
TiONIOV TO LOAN AT LOW INTEREST
on pianos, diamond*, automobiles, fur-
niture, real estate: no publicity. Office
1, W'j SOUTH HILL ST. 9:80 a. m. to
8 p. m
It. \V. rril.Mlim lI3U, 4H WII.COX
1IM«., lonas aioaer on real entnt*,
stocks and bonds. Building loans •
MONBY TO LOAN-THOMAS B. WADS-
WORTH, 319 & 820 Douglas bldg.. will
lend money on city or county real estate.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
AGE CO. MOVE. PACK, STORK AND
SHIP HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PI-
ANOS AT REDUCED KATES. CAN
SAVE YOU MONEY ON SHIPPING
YOUR HOUSEHOLD QOODH AND PI-
ANOS EAST. WEST, NORTH AND
SOUTH. WE ALSO MOVE OFFICES,
SAFES AND MACHINERY. PROMPT
AND CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN
TO ALL ORDERS. 618' 8. 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. WB
SHIP HOUSEHOLD GOODS FROM
OCEAN TO OCEAN AT REDUCED
RATES. OFFICE, 228 W. FIFTH ST.
TRANSCONTINENTAL. FREIGHT CO.
WB WANT YOUR BUSINESS. COL-
YEAR WAREHOUSE CO., new and
fireproof storage; moving;, shipping;
lowest rates. Carpets steamed cleaned
and packed In moth-proof paper. Cash
advanced on storage. Office Iti South
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-
FICE, 442 S. BROADWAY. PHONIS
MAIN 2103; HOME 2883. HALF
RATKS ON SHIPPING.
Ingj metaphyslc library, 611 Grant bldg,
355 South Broadway. Mrs. Arthur L.
Smith of New York will speak In the
library room Thursday evening. Wil-
liam walker Atkinson of Chicago will
conduct a series of seven lessons on
"Tho Real Self; Its Attributes, Qualities
and Powers" In the library room begin-
ning Tuesday, November 14, 3 and 8 p.
m. Choice line of books on sale. Home
405 Blanchard building. Library
open daily 2 to 4 p. m. Public lec-
ture tonight by L. W. Rogers. Sub^
ject: "Soul Powers and Possibilities."
Public question class Tuesday after-
noon at 3 o'clock. Wednesday even-
ings 8 o'clock branch meeting, open to
all T. S. members. Friday evenings 8
o'clock meeting for study and dis-
cussion. Public Invited.
DR. JOHN R. HAYNES, WILLIAM J.
Danford, Gov. L. A. Sheldon and
James Taylor Rogers will address the
Progressive club today at 2:45 in
Blanchard hall on "Public Owner-
ship of Public Utilities." Music by
Mrs. E. B. Bruce, Miss Stratton and
Prof. Chauvenet. Free.
KATHERINE LENTE STEVENSON,
' president of the W. C. T. U. of Massa-
chusetts, will lecture under the auspices
of the New Century club and the
Woman's Socialist union on Tuesday
evening, November 7, at Masonic Tem-
ple. 431 S. Hill street. Admission 10c.
THE PROHIBITIONISTS OP SOUTH-
ern California are Invited to attend a
general reception to be given Ex-Gov.
John P. St. John on the twenty-tlrst
anniversary of his celebrated campaign
of 1884. Monday evening, November 6,
LIBERAL CLUB TONIGHT, 617 BROAD-
way. "Was Jesus Christ a Historical
Person?" by W. T. Hutchlns, who will
present all the historical evidence to
show whether or not such a person ever
lived. Discussion to follow; public in-
GO AND HEAR MRS. MAUDE YON
Freitag, 337H South Hill street, tonight
at 7:46. Lecture and messages from
your loved ones. Miss Bulsseret, musi-
cian. Special message service Thursday
afternoon in same hall.
regular'meeting of'equal suf-
frage association at Woman's club
house Monday, Nov. fi, 3 p. m. Reports
of all state convention delegates; ad-
dress by Ellis Meredith of Denver; In-
FREE ADMISSION AND FREE TESTS
at Prof. Trlpp's lecture this afternoon,
3 p. m. sharp, 949 South Hill. Bubject,
"Psychology in Health and Disease In
Success or Failure." Heads examined
free. All welcome. .
fTrst spiritualist mission, new
England hall. 189 W. Fifth. Mrs. Laura
Fixen, vice president Illinois S. 8. A.,
will lecture, 2:30 p. m. Spiritualists' test
meeting Sunday, 8 p. m.
SPIRITUAL TEST MEETINGS AT 2:30
and 8 o'clock. Dr. Green lectures and
Rives tests, messages, questions an-
swered. Central hall, 121% South
GEORGE EDWIN BURNELL. 7:45 P.
M., "Wealth In Substance," 1327 Georgl.i
st. Gage W. Christopher sings from
oratorio of "Creation," by Haydn.
PROF. IRA L. GUILFORD SPEAKS ON
any topic suggested ; scientific psychic
tests free for all Monday evening.
. Brent's hall, 634% 8. Spring.
DR. COLLINGE— ON "IN AND OUT OF
Soul Consciousness," Sunday 7:30.
Kramer hall, 952 S. Grand. Silver
CHAPEL, 1327 GEORGIA ST. TEACHING
and demonstration of healing every
Friday, 8 p. in. Mary Lamoreaux Bur-
MARY LAMOREAUX BURNELL, 11
a. m. Subject, "Kingdom of Heavenly
Mind." Chapel. 1327 Georgia St.
DRY AND MRS. CARTER BUCCKB»'
fully treat all female dUeaae* and u>
regularities; £0 years' experience; con-
•ultaUon free. Hours, Urn. m. to la
to.; Sunday*, 10 to IK a. m. 204 MER-
CANTILE PLACE, ovw M 3 B. Spring.
BOUTUKUN UOMJU FOR LADIES DUH<
Ing confinement; home* for children.
DR, 0. E. SMITH. Til Bellevue tvo.
Tel. Main 2W4.
JULIAN MACRAE. BLBCTRICIAN-
Mental and nervous dlieaiea. 1030 8.
HOPE. Home 400*.
DR. TAYLOH-FEMALB BPECIALISI
and obstetric*. BELASCO THEATER,
X wTToiNbEXTBR, BRdKKIt 4U
Wlloox Building, deals In bonds, mort<
gages and other first-class securities.
Loan* negotiated at lowest markei
rates. If you wish to lend money or
first m%tgag«a I can place It for you
■afely aid at a fair rat* of Interest.
Reference: First National Bank. Lot
Angolta National Bank.
Notice ef «he Annual M«e<ln« of ih«
Th« nnnnnl meeting of »h« stock- -
holder* of th* TYovldeht Mutual Build-
Ing Loan association will b« hold lit
tho office of the association, 135 South
Broadway, f/>« Angeles, C«l., on Tues-
day, the 21st day of November, 1906, at
7:80 o'clock In th« evening, for the
furpoHo of electing directors anil for
he transaction of iiuch other business
an may properly come hefore the meet-
ing, by order of
L W. ni,lNf», President
■T. M. TtUNfr.n, KoirMnry.
Massage, electrlo, tub, vapor, ite*m
baths, chiropody, manicuring, M»l»
treatment, facial hiumi« SJSH w.
Flr«t. »oma 880».
BATHS AND MAS3AGH
FOR sXIE^BATH AND MASSAGE
parlor doing good business or would
rent to responsible parties; all fur-
nished. Sec landlady, 752 Hnuth Spring.
THE MITCHELL BATH PAIILORS—
vapor tub baths and ma»Mg», alcohol
and oil rub.i. 318 N. MAIN ST., office
11. Open Sunday*.
THE BADEN i BATHS— STEAM AND
herb baths, electric treatments cure
Instantly nnil mngnetlo treatments.
218 N. MAIN, room 12.
FOR FIRST-CLASS BATHS AND
magnetic massage call at 316 ft BOUTH .
fIPIMNQ ST., room 16. Hours, 9 a. m.
to 10 p. m.
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS— NO BUN-
dny treatment: office hours, 9 to 9. »
223 W. SECOND ST., rooms 213-215.
BULPHUME, VAPOR, ELECTRIC, TUB
baths, massage, chiropody. Formerly
m% Spring 701H B, BPWY. Main 81&
821 BOUTH HILL—VAPOR AND TUB
baths, massage for colds, rheumatism,
nervousness. Open every day. Room 9.
MANICURING, MEDICATED VAPOH
and tub baths, massage, 245V4 B.
SPRING ST., 3d floor, e'ulte 26.
FOR A GOOD TUB OR VAPOR BATH
and massage go to 738 >4 SOUTH
GRAND AYE.; phono 6660.
BATHS, FORMERLY 720 SO. BROAD-
way, removed to 612 So. Broadway, R.
10. Electric treatments.
FROM LONDON, MANICURING AND
massage, 322 B. Spring St., room IS,
second floor; select.
THE ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220
Frnnklin St.; new management, new
help; open evenings. ■•• •.'■,.;,
BATH AND MASSAGE— SUITE « &T,
eiOMt SOUTH SPRING STREET.
BATHS— 3O9 W. TEMPLE ST. ROOM
2. Phone Home 5076.
445V4 SO. SPRING ST.— SHAMPOOING.
Pianos ranted at low rates. A. O.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd., 11l
Winston St. Tel. Black 2221: Horn* 8198.
PATENTS AND PATENT BIGHT 3
TOWN SENDJ LV.ON, HACkLkY 3s
PATENTS OBTAINED IN ALL COUN-
tries: trademarks and copyrights regis-
tered; patent, trademark and copyright
■ults In all courts. ROOMS 504-7, Mer-
chants' Trust Company building. Tele-
phones, Home 8191. Sunset Main 9128.
PATENTS-I FURNISH MY CLIENTS
with copies of all correspondence had In
their cases (except foreign); I also fur-
nish freo of cha-ge complete copies of,
drawings and specifications: retain this
for future reference. JAMES R. TOWN"
SEND, Bradbury Block Phones 847.
HAZARD & HARPHAM, PATENTS.
Pioneers. SPRING & STH. Book free.
MINING AND ASSAYING
ASSAYING "NIGHT ""ScHOoESoW^IN
session. WADE & WADE, 818 Eaat
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASIC YOUR
McDonald & stott,
309-10 Lankershim Bldg.
EXAMINE THE FOLLOWING LIST
OP HIGH-CLASS RESIDENCES. LO-
CATED IN LOS ANGELES' CHOICEST
DISTRICTS, AND ALL AT SELL
STRICTLY MODERN IN ALL AP-
POINTMENTS, i ' ■
W. 11th st., 5 rooms $ 23)1
Hoover St., 5 rooms 2500
W. 28th St., 4 rooms 2700
Hope St., 5 rooms 30fKI
W. 25th St., 8 rooms 3730
Howard bouvelurd, 5 rooms 3200
W. 30th St., 6 rooms 31!W
Hoover St., 6 roomy 43iiO
1..a Salle St., 9 rooms, a snap 4UW
ftaymond aye., 9 rooms, best buy
In city 15650
Hobtirt boulevard, 8 rooms 8000
Van Buren St., 8 rooms 750n
Orango st, 8 rooms fcooo
West Lake aye., S rooms 8000
Alvarado Terrace ' 8500
Van Buren St., 7 rooms 9o*)
West Adams st, 11 rooms 9000
Bonnie Brae, 8 rooms ynm)
Kenwood uve., 11 rooms 925' l
Van Buren, 9 rooms 90(10
West Lake aye., 11 rooms 9^ki
South Union st., 11 rooms v.IO.UQO
West Lake aye., 10 rooms 10,!>0o
West Adams St., 8 rooms 10,000
Budlong aye., D rooms 11,500
W. Adams St., 15 rooms 12,fj«0
S. Hoover St., 10 rooms 13.50H
Alvarado terrace, 11 rooms 14,000
Wo have other splendid buys that wo
will be pleased to show yoff, and wo
have the best trader In the United
States; It's well to make his acquaint-
Come list your property with us.
whether for sale or exchange. We will
Rive you quick action and honest treut-
mcdonald & stott,
309-10 Lankcrshim Bldg.
Home Phone 4746.
Sunset Main 4555.
FOR SALE — '• ■ :■ ""^
ON LINCOLN STREET • V.~i
ONLY A FEW 111.0 l K!S FROM
TUB BUNINESH CENTER
In this choice close In loca-
tion we can offer you a very at-
tractive 7-room home, not new,
hut has Just been newly
painted and decorated through-
out, and Is In first-class shape.
Woodwork Is In natural pine
finish, und walla are artisti-
cally papered. Two bed rooms *
upstairs, also nlco large hall at
head of stairs, and a very
pleasant balcony. Porcelain
bath and Instantaneous heater.
Toilet off screen porch. A very
pretty street, with well kept
yards; (6600: H cash.
JONES A HVl>i:il I.AND CO.,
Uround floor, 216 W. Third St.,
(1500 4-ROOM COTTAGE.
New and up-to-date with dainty bath-
room, pantry, screen porch, 2 closet*,
front porch, $140 plumbing; cement ami
street work done and paid' for; lot
45x120; easy terms. Just south of Hunt-
ington'a car Bhopa.
Mlcht take lot for part.
W. F. TIIOKNE & CO.. Owners.
Home 168«. Room 311, 218 B. Broadway.
NEW, MODERN COTTAGE. 5 ROOMS,
tinted walls, nice hall, mantel with
French plate beveled edge mirror,
Krate. porcelain bath, piped for ku...
wired for electricity, graded itreot.
One block wett of Central aye. on 52il
street. Easy terms.
Only 12100. -
JAMES B. THRELKELD. .
2OO«2O1 Kay Bldr..
_^ 826 W. Third st. .
?OR BALK-REDLANDS: 8-ROOM MOD-
ern houee; lot <S0xl80; covered with bear-
Ing oranges and other fruits; worth
$4000; will take Los Angelet property.
TAYLOR. 102 8. Broadway. v ™ v *" y '