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i i rain
I p.m.) 49 | «2 ] 8R ( l_ |
Minimum tompnTnturp, 42.
Kninfiill pnst H hours, ,05.
O ILBERT-JACKBON-Chrl»toph«?r Gil-
bert, aged t;t», a native of iiullana m"l
resident of Long beach; and Clara
Jacknon, ngeu 4», a name of Mew York
; and resident of Los Angeles.
L A in X)' I'r.id Btflnioy La Due, n«-'l
: 23, a natlvo .1 Mini,,. and reslnetit
of Loa AnkTli's; and Kmma l'ercy,
aged a, a native of Now v ..1 k and resi-
dent of Los Angeled.
O LBON-WIDLUNU-llennltiK Olson,
aged ii, a native of Bweaen and real
dent of i.m 1 Angeits; and Hilda Wld-
ii/nii. aged j.i, a native of Sweden ami
realdoni of Lou Angeles. , „.
smith-iii'Ni chariea Smith, ■8« d 1 ■'•■
n native of 1 anflfla and resident of _ Los
AngPles; .inn until Hunt. Hged a, '>
mitive of New York and resident Bl
D (Ml"(l UKKTHERTON-Thos. Dour
liih, Jr., aged W, a natlv-o of lexas
Rnd rca'ldrnt of LOS Anfaie*: and Mary
Bretherton, Bged /». a native of Mon-
Una and roMcient of L.ob An f?' efl p f . o .
tlCCh, aged Si, a native °*.°. erma " y
and resident o( Los , An ele _ B ', )VB al l ( }
Lonlso Dlnkior, aged 30. 'V,," a ,«U "'
Germany and resident of Lo» Angßle*.
IAIIHKH-McCOY— lOilward Hauser, aged
■M a native Tof California and rcsldeni
nf loi AJUMleai and Helen McCoy,
nged l»% nTlvoof California and real-
Btr A 0 RIS-CONT BB H eKRAB-Franke KRA8-Frank Bar-
lwirln.I Iwirln. aged 20, a native of Italy and
. resident of Los Angeles; ami Lola. Con-
Unas, agud 83, a native of Mexico
mid resident of Los Angeles.
MOORE-WELCH Moore, aged 42,
. 1 native of West Indies and resident
of Los Angeles; and Caroline Welch,
. aged 39, a native of lowa and resident
of Los Angeles. -
W RIGHT-WILSON—K arI Wright, aged
: 'I. a native of California and resident
Of Loa Angeles; and Rozella Wilson,
aged 211, a nntlve of Illinois and resident
nt Los Angeles.
WIEMAN-ALBTINE— Grover Wlenian,
agnd 2'l, a native of Wisconsin and resi-
dent of Seattle, Washington; and Hazel
AlHtlne, aged 19, a nattvo of South
Dakota and resident of Lus Angeles.
nged -ii, a native of Canada and resi-
dent o( Los Angeles; and Alice Hur-
ley, aged 24, a native of Canada and
resilient of Los Angeles.
PHILLIPS-SMITH- Lucius Phillips, aged
2 1, a native of lowa and resilient of
Los Angeles; and Adelaide Smith, aged
2 1. a native of Kentucky and resident
of Lob Angeles.
HART-WELLS— Wm. Hart, aged 48, a
native of Missouri and resident of Pu-
ente; and Laura Wells', aged 31, a na-
tive, of Illinois and resident; of Puente.
l IELANDER-PLARSON— . Helan-
der.-aged 21, a. native of Oregon - and
resident of San Pedro; and Ana Pear
con, aged 1., a native of Washington
nd reHldent of San Pedro.
DAVIS-WARD— Aaron Davis, aged 36,
I native of Maine and resident of San
Francisco; and Bertha Ward, aged 27.
. 1 native of California and resident of
SANDS-CHASE— Edward Sands, aged 34.
a native of Wisconsin and resident of
Papadena; and- Elizabeth Chase, aged
2 5, a native of Kansas and resident of
TUTTLE-GAIR-Byron Tuttle, aged 34,
a native of Ohio and resident of Los
Angeles; and Irene Gair, aged 26, a
. native of Canada and resident of Los
VKSSEV-HILLARD— Ervin Vcssey, aged
2 4, a native of Wisconsin and resident
of Pasadena; and Katherine Hillard,
aged 22, a native of California and resi-
dent of Pasadena.
HAW LEY— and wife, . 345 East
Fortieth street, a boy.
LOVER— John and wife, CO2 Wall street,
a girl. ■' ■- . ; .
A ULAND—A Ibert and wife, 407 East
Forty-sixth street, a boy. : . :-. •■
DEATHS ;---; "' ; '•-:-
HAUSER— HeIen, aged 65 years, 667 Cor-
< onado-rstreet, embolism.
BOHN— . aged 141 years, .Good
i Samaritan, hospital, diabetes. . >
BECK— Samuel, aged 71 years, 745 Al-
rarado street, phthisis pulmonalis.
. FUSELEHR—CharIes,— Charles, ■ county -hospital,
McGOVERN — John, aged 44 years, coimty
hospital, phthisis pumonalls.
W HlTE—G eorge, aged 2 months, child-
ren's hospital, inanition. ' . .
ADAMSQN— Robert, aged 60 years, 1017
I aat Twenty-seventh street, heart dls.
ease. . . . ...,..--. • ■
GUTHRIE— James, aged 42 years, 3735
Stephenson street, tuberculosis.
WATSON— Josephine, aged 69 years, 1329
San Pedro street, pneumonia.
B UTTERFIELD—W IImpa, aged 63 years,
224 South Main street, paralysis.
R ADULOVICH—C . M., aged 43 years, 415
College street, phthisis pulmonalis.
BRADLEY— aged 28 , years,
' 149 West Twenty-second street, tubercu-
ALEXANDER— Rebecca, aged 49 years,
California hospital, • cancer. '
HOWARD— John, aged 78 years, 21U
Bonsallo street, heart disease.
TOWNSEND— George, aged 46 years, 239
North Avenue 18. encepaloma.
North Avenue Eighteen, encepaloma.
. . ■
Peel & Chase Co.. undertakers and
*mbalmer— lady assistants 433 S. Hill.
T H Mm fil : ■■
ORR, HINtS & CO., Funeral Directors
Have moved to their new building; on
■ . ' the IV. 10. cor. lOtb and Flower.
j Both phones 65. . Lady assistant.
MATTHEWS— In Lbs Angeles Nov. 27,
1 906, Oatherln P. Matthews, mother
of Mrs. L. M. Hutton. agod 96 years.
Funeral services at. the family resi-
dence, No. 1007 West Twenty-first
street. Friday, at 10 a. m.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST— A LADIES' CLOSED-FACE
watch, with leather automobile fob, be-
tween 5 nd 6p. m. Friday night, Hope
and Pico. Watch valued as Keepsake.
- Liberal reward If returned to Lee Motor
Car Co., 1218 8. Main st. \
A LARGE BLACK HOG STRAYED
Into my yard three or four days ago.
Owner can -ye same by calling Mr.
EDMISTO. Phone Boyle 39ii. too
' South Gless.
LOST— TWO COLTS FROM MESMBIt
ranch, between Inglewood and Santa
Monica. Address WM. SOCIN, R. F.
D . Palms.
drT^mead. astroloSer^ reads
life scientifically from cradle to grave.
All questions answered. Love, marriage.
business, traveling, sickness, time of
death given. Ho is the only one In Los
Angeles that .has not ueen proved a
faker or grafter by The Herald. In 28
years I have never advised people to
buy property where I received a com-
mission. Ilia president's motto Is mine.
A Bquare - deal to all. Honesty is my
policy. Reading* dally. Suite 43. 423 Vi
S . Spring i*t, ■ . ™
•- ' — - -~~—r=r=^sj
r edou. In 1008 he was In San Ber-
irOB BALIS— A FINE GROCERY; PRICK
ow^or, For informullou te PhOne
owner. HOME 7746.
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTB .
IJA/.AKD .Si " 'hakVhamTTiGnkkw
Agcy. Cltlz«n* Nat. Ilk. bldg. B«oa>
amtar^cHUßCii — corner ijth
aid Flower. Rev. Baker P. '■*•. r«a-
tor; Sunday services at 11 a. m. nnd .
7 -80 r m.; tarly telebrntlon holy com-
munion on third Sunday and Saints
Day nt 7:80 ». m. Strangers es-
pecially Invited. university tM*
pan* the door. Those dealrlnff tele- 1
phon* connections for "shutlnfi" tele-
phone 791?. Church phyalelan at tlw
church every morning from 8:30 to
8 :30 Service* and medicine free to
all. Church optn dally for prlvr\t«
prayer from 8, :i m. until R p. m.
PENIEL, HALL. 227 SOUTH MAtN
stfeet— A noonday prayer meeting Is
held carh week day, 12 to 1 o'clock.
Gospel meeting every night at 7:50 p.
m . Sunday services nt follows: 9 11.
m., men's prayer meeting; 9:4:.. Sab-
bain school and Bible clans; 11
o'clock, fit . him- 3 p. m., hollneM '
meeting; evangelistic service nt
. , night. Rev. T. p. Ferguson, Mr> M.
P . Ferguson and 1: B. Stiidd, nsrper-
lntcndents of t1,,. tnlsalon. >
FIRST ItKdATIONAI. CHURCH,
Hope street, near Ninth. Seats free.
Hbv. Wllllfim Horace Day, D. D., pas-
tor; TW irren F. Dny, D. 1)., pastor
emerltim; Harry Clifford Lott, choir
director; Dean Winter F. Hkpele, or-
ganist. Morning service, 11 o'clock, Rev.
warren K. Day will preach. Evening
se.rvire, 7:30 o'clock. Musical service,
portions of Gaul's "Holy City," with
other vocal nml Instrumental selection!,
will be given by the organist nnd double
quartet. Short nddrcss by Dr. Day.
CHURCH cnrtlST. ~ BCl-
e ntlst. Simpson Auditorium, 734 B. Hope
st. Services Sunday 11 a. m and 8 p.
m.; sermon from the Christian Science
Quarterly. Subject, "Ood the Only
Cause anil Creator." Children's Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. Wednesday evening
meeting nt 8 o'clock. Reading rooms,
6 10-511 Herman W. Hollman bldg.,
Spring and Fourth sts., open dally,
Bundays excepted, from 0 a m. to 6
p . in.
S T PAUL, S CATHEDRAL. 523 3 O.LIVE
street (near the leading hotels), th«
Rev. J J. Wllklnfi. D D.. dean and
rector. Services. 7:30 (Sunday * school
8 :80) and 11:30 a. m.. 7:80 p m. Young
Peon 1 meeting. 0:45 p m. The rector
will preach, morning subject, "Body
and Snlri :" evening. "What Ought Re-
Union to Do for Us?" The doors nf
this church are always open to .ill
sorts nnil 1 .millions of men Come y*
apart and rest awhile All welcome.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, -514
•W. Adams, near Figueroa street. Roy.
Lewis G. Morris, rector; Sunday ser-
vices, 7:30 a. m.. 11 n. m.. Ii p. in. This
is a FREE church and nil aro cordi-
ally Invited. Take the Grand/ nvenue
car to Adams street and walk one
block west. Take the University car
to Chester place, walk through Ches-
ter place and one block cast on
Adams street. \
THE LOS . NGELES FELLOWSHIP
Benjamin lay Mills, permanent min-
ister. Regular -mid- week meeting
Wednesday evening o'clock, Symphony
hall. Special Ti.anksglving service, with
three minute addresses by Mr. and Mrs
Mills and tho associate minister, Mr.
■ Blight, followed by a testimony meeting.
Open to all. Everyone cordially In-
. vlted. ■ ' ' '■__
SCHIFFMAN DENTAL CO.,
1 07 N. Spring, st. —Painless extract-
lng, filling, crown and bridge work,
flexible rubber plate. Pure gold fill-
ings 75u up; all other fillings, 50c
up; cleaning teeth. BOc up; gold
crowns and bridge work, $5.00 up; sets
teeth, $5.00 up. Also open evenings
and Sunday forenoons.
DR. WM. BACHMAN. DENTIST. FOR*-
merly of Minneapolis, Is permanently
located at 209-10 Johnson Bldg., 4th
and Broadway. Both phones.
D R FLECKENSTEIN, DENTIST. 132 N.
Broadway, Thorpe bldg High grade den-
tal work. Open evenings and Sunday.
DR. CICERO STEVENS, DENTIST,
suite 411-412 Lankershim bldg. ■■ ■ , :
FRANK i STEVENS, 324 Ms SO. SPRING.
. . ■ .' SANITARIUMS , ■ . '•/■;
MKS. M. HEKJrfE.K-.TS. SANITARIUM -
Massage, baths of .all. kinds, . newly
equipped with needle spray and shower;
Russian and Turkish baths a' specialty;
chiropody, manicuring; scalp an<* facial
massage 225H West Ist st. Home 3MW
NEW . SANITARIUM;. ft
Electric, vibratory massage, vapor,
alcohol and . sulphume baths. Sal 1 ,
glow, manicuring, chiropody and face
■ massage. Phone 9532.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
massage and oil rubs.
Have you ( ■ - .
■ Room 1, 610%- S. SPRING.
SANITARY BATHS, SCIENTIFIC MAS-
sage, nervousness and rheumatism suc-
cessfully treated. «18% S. SPRING st.,
suite 9. Hours 9 a. m. to 11 p. m. Open
Sundays. ' ; a
INDIGESTION, NERVOUS DISEASES
and rheumatism cured without drugs.
Expert massage. Physicians' refer-
ences. HARRIETT E. LAMB. 11944
S . Spring. . Home phone A 6130.
THE ONLY PALATIAL BATH PAR -
■ ■ lors in the city for a first class bath,
massage and electric treatment, 127H
N Bdway. 10 a. in. to 12 p. m. Opon
THE MITCHELL BATHS— VAPOR AND
steam, salt and electric tub baths,
massage, alcohol and oil rub; open
Sundays. '218 N. MAIN ST.. room U.
LEWIS PARLORS. SUGGESTIVE
vltaopat 'y, chiropody, electric and mag-
netic massage. 207 N. Broadway, room
2 02. Hours 10 to 9; closed Sundays.
PALATIAL BATHS-EASTERN- TRAIN-
ed operators. Formerly 127V4 N. Bdway.;
now 126% N. SPRING ST. Hours 10 to
1 2 p. m. Tel. Home 123.
YOU ARE NOT HURRIED WHEN YOU
go to 125 TEMPLE STREET for bath
and massage. No signs In window.
Best of patronage solicited.
LONDON MANICURE AND MASSAGE
parlors, Nubian perfumed treatment.
Located at 141% N. Broadway, parlor C.
Select patronage solicited.
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANK-
I in St., room B. including baths, mas-
sage and electric blanket, sweats for
MASSAGE AND CHIROPODY PAR-
lors. Lessons given in geometric as-
trology. Room 12, 115 W. 6TH ST.,
the Chester. •
HYGIENIC TREATMENT AND CARE
of the body by experienced masseuse.
7 40 S. Spring. Rooms 1 and 2. No
YOUNU LADY WOULD LIKE A FEW
select customers for manicuring. Call
at 654 8. Hill st.; open from 8 a. m. to
ii p. m.
THE ROSENBERG— BATHS AND MAS-
aua, 309 W. Temple St., room 2. Home
A 5076 Formerly 127 V_ N. Broadway
S U LP H UME. VAPOR, ELECTRIC ANIJ
tub batha massage and chiropody.
7 01 V, S. BbWAY. Phone Main 3133.
3 21 S. HILL ST.. BATHS, MASSAGES
for colds, rheumatism, nervousness.
. His. 11 to 10 p. m. open Sundays, rm. 8.
ELECTRIC TREATMENTS ANi:fALC~O-
h oI rubs, B'J9 West Temple, formerly
7 40 North Spring. • v '.7
DR. MAUD HOLLEY, VACUUM DE-
' veloper. 245 % 8. Spring, room 3.
Plione 7340, '
ALCOHOL HUBS AND ELECTRIC
treatments. IIIV> N. Broadway, room 7.
A TIT^IRSICIi'S^tOCERY. FORMER,
ly at 328 W. sth St., Ib now located at
6 34 W. Pico st. Goods always the
best at right priced. ' prompt ileliv-
ery. Both phmiwu. t
PIANOS BOLD ON EAiFpA^MKNTO^.
■ I'lanoK rented at low rated. A. G.
. GARDNER PIANO lIOUBE Ltd., 115
. Winston st. Tel. Black 2Z21. Home
.K3189. ■ ' /
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNINO. NOVEMBER 28, 1906.
' Help— Mai*
RED CRO** RMPI.OVME?n» AOnifOY,
1 34 i:n«« •.wniKi ".free*.
MHln 8830 Horn*- T<r,n
Select help of nil kind* furnished
promptly. Call on in for all your hftlp
and work. Our selection of work we
have to offer will be found to be among
the largest In the city. Call and In-
ispect our board*. We will treat you
different. Ask our patrons. They are
our reference. We open early.
i All elusion of help furnished on short
notl**. Hotel, restnuranf, household,
ranch hnnds, mechanic*, laborers, handy
mm, engineer* with llepn^en, elevator
mi 11 We also furnish Japanese help of
all kinds. Mr. Kunumato lias rharno
.if that department and will fill your or-
der* with accuracy and dispatch. Mnlp
office 125 a. ami at. . inmri Mnln in-..
Home A.-,ni7. . i i.iv.i,- i.rriri- 311%% W.
Ith Mi ttnaUti Mnln 431, Home A irr.s.
Wfl I 111 "" |>Rn! * iii r
l IMVSKN KMPI.OYMENT AQBIVCV
C . W JUNKS & CO.. 204 East Sec-
ond street, Lob Angeles. Cal. Both
phoned: Homo Jd3, Main 388.
Carefully selected male and female
help of all descriptions and nationali-
ties, furnished promptly.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO., T~
. — EMPLOYMENT AGENTS—
A strictly first-class, reliable agency.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
16-118 East Second street,
Between Main and Los Angeles sts.
' Largest and bi'.st equipped offices
on the Pacific const.
' HUMMEL BROS. & CO..
•' 116 and 118 K. 2d St.
■> Telephones— Main 509.
. , Home 609.
WANTED— A GOOD MALE BTENOG-
r Hphor; also a good bookkeeper and
stenographer. Position out of city.
State experience and salary expected.
Address Box 440, Herald. .
er; salary paid 12.50 to 1500 per day:
experience not necessary; must give ref-
erences. See PARR Herald office, 7:30
to 8:30 a. m.. or 4:30 to 6:30 p. m.
GILLMAN'S BARBER COLLEGE, 122
E 2d St., will teach you a profession
that will make you Independent for
life. For particulars call or write.
-.00 MEN, 214 NT BROADWA^ HAT
factory, save you $2 to $5 remodeling
your old hat like new: BOc up.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE.
Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS-
TEM COLLEGE. 118 E. 2d.
WANTED-A DELIVERY BOY WITH
wheel, $8.00 per week. 606 S. MAIN.
Help — Male and Female
peddlers, solicitors, mall order people,
etc., should buy KRAMER'S BOOK OF
TRADE SEC.tcTS. Regular price $5.00.
but balance of edition for $1.25 as lons
as. they last. Guaranteed. Order quick
Sioux Pub. Co., Sutherland, lowa.
. BIG PAY FOR MEN AND
Good Housekeeping is the great
Home Magazine. It already
• has over a million readers, but ,
we want more. .To introduce
it into new homes we offer ex- '
•optional Inducements and
would like to hear from anyone
who Is ready to co-operate with
Will be given to those of our
- agents who send us the most
subscriptions during the month
DECEMBER > .•.■:•. i-«,. if.
/ In addition to all other compen-
sation. The work is easy, and,
dignified and the compensation
greater than is paid by any
other magazine published. It
requires no particular talent or
experience, and you can work ,
much or little. Just as you
It Will Pay You to Investigate
A Postal Will Bring Particldars.
Address "Agency Dept.,"
THE PHELPS PUBLISHING „
Situations — Male
WANTED-POSITION AS BETTING
commissioner for wealthy lady or gen-
tleman for this season's races at Ascot
park, oy a refined gentleman of 35 who
understands betting methods and who
can give absolute assurance as to in-
tegrlty. Address Box 442. Herald. ,
—TO KNOW THAT WE
DO A RENTAL BUSINESS
— IF YOU WANT A TENANT—
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
MINKS .V FAHISII.
315 SOUTH HILL STREET.
Wanted Rent Houses
SMALL HOUSE WITH BARN 1 IN CITY
or suburbs; give fullest particulars,
rent, price, etc. WESLEY BEATTIE,
Box 1096, City.
_ : 9
Rooms and Beard
GENTLEMAN IHMJII s FURNISHED
room and board In congenial, refined
private family. Address BOX 874
W ANTED-$1260, $2600. $4000, 5 YEARS.
SIDDALL. 207 Copp Bldg.
WANTED— TO BOY FURNITURE AND
household goods. If you are golu<
to sell we wl!< pay you one-third
more than others. Phone us. Main
117. Houib 2154. COLYBAR FUH-
WITt'HK i'<> >122 S Main St
SOCIETY NOTICES T"
"ONQMANCT' is thk WONDJOBTUI*
Mcleuctj of delineating character by the
' color vibrations of the letterH »f your
name. Don't laugh at this until you
have heard Mm. B. Gertrude Smith's
lecture and witnessed her delineations
before the Progressive club In Symphony
hall, 232 8. Hill street, this evening at
. 8 o'clock, Vocal bolo by the brilliant
dramatic soprano, Miss lons leather
CON I KHCTOHB _ ;~~
w£TmJll L D OOM TlU N aALOwT»3OO?
2 room $175. Low bids on all claaspa of
building* Plans frue. LBAVKR.
tl sTIIART & CO., Inc., 434 8. Hill at.
FOR RENT— HOIIHE9.
US; R-room cottage. 1011 Oftnatit at . or
will sell for $1600; terms, $16 down, $16
$40; 14-room house, SIS W. nth at.
2 13 S. IlroAdway, 124 Phones, Horn«
A ROW. Main m. * ■
$15; WATRR PAID: 5 ROOMS; BATH;
keys nt 1629 W. 28th St., Simmon cars:
$2.i payment* huyw cottngg. ■
Stores and Office*
T O 1.1: r BTOREH—
$25—1013 13. »th
$17—1003 E. 9th,
$100—701 W. 7th.
100—701 W. 7th.
$25—2104-08 Ban! !Hh.
$15—2309 East "Hi.
$16—2311 Bant Mh.
T . WIESKNDANaEn.
Hultr. 813, 207 I Broadway.
FREE RENT TO .lAN. NEW STORKS
1 618 E. 25th. cor. Slauson June, car line.
FOR $111 YOU CAN vi.wtvs rent
lioiisi.|<r-r. r |,,a; APARTMENTS fur-
nlahed complete, 3 rootna, phone,
hath, hot water, (CUR rnnne, 334 South
Plgueron, 812 West Fourth, 10"
Bonth it,.nnrli-y, 150 North Beaiuiry,
1 020 Col ton, 1133 to 11 11 Weal Flrdt,
2 04 to 222 N. Fremont, Oil Diamond,
7 12 Cerea avr., 83« Crocker, 1003 to
1 011 Kant Ninth; also flnts nnd real-
dences for rent. T. WIEBBNDAN-
j r}RR,_2O7 B. Broadway. _______
private family; beautiful largo room.
Special rates to permanent people. 187
B. Adams at. Phone 2301*7.
Rooms — Furnished
FOR $20 A MONTH YOU CAN RENT
an outside room beautifully fur-
nished, new, with elegant hotel ser-
vice; steam heat, at 706 WEST 7TH
Cancers and Tumors Cured
With Liquid. Powder, Salvo or Plaster
as the case most needs. Treatments the
best, safest and least painful known.
No knife, no blood, no danger. • Visit
us for proof. Prices always reasonable.
CALIFORNIA CANCER CURE
7 .11 Writ 18th NI.
M . L. HUCKINS, M. D., Mgr.
Phone West 2169.
DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCESS-
f uIIy treat all female diseases and
lrregularleies, 20 years' experience;
consultation free. Hours 9 a. m. to
8 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 12 a. in. 204
MERCANTILE PLACE, over 643 S.
DR. HAIGH, REGISTERED PHYSICIAN
and surgeon, cures chronic, nervous
and gcnlto-urinary diseases of men
and women. Consultation free In
person or by letter. Room 340 Byrne
Bldg., 3D AND BROADWAY.
LADIES, TH 7 CALIFORNIA SISTERS
Herbal Remedy, only reliable monthly
regulator; never falls to relieve; gives
universal satisfaction. 707 8. Broadway.
DR. BAHRENBURG, FEMALE Dis-
eases monthly Irregularities, stric-
ture, piles, blood, skin and private
diseases. 458 S. BROADWAY
DR. MKRHIf,!.. SPECIALIST— FEM A
complaints, scientific methods, chronic
and - private diseases — either sex.
2 06 S. BDWAY.
DR. BONESTEEL. 1228 S. HILL, CURES
rheumatism, neuralgia and chronic dis-
eases by electrical vibration; no drugs;
Consultation free. .
THE ORIENTAL MEDTCAL TNBT2-
t ute, 314 E. sth St.. guarantees to cure
chronic and nervous diseases of men;
MRS. LAIYOTJ, specialist, all
forms female diseases;' prompt relief;
ad vice free. 319 S. Spring St.. rooms 27-28.
DR. TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALISE
and obatetrlcn. BELASCO THEATER
Main at. ... _ , ,
DR. LANE & CO., SPECIALISTS, 380 4
S . SPRING ST.. over Santa Fe offices
DR. T. W. STONE! ATTENTION TO
diseases of women. 416% S. BPRING.
DR. GARRISON. CANCER AND TUMOH
special Ist. S. W. cor 7th and Hl)l.
' . MONEY TO LOAfi
WE" M : AKeTIO ANT^N" "FURNTf~(fR 13,
pianos horses, wagons, carriages,
cattle, etc., without removal from
your possession. . \ ■ ■•
Loans also made, to Salaried per-
sons on plain note without indorser
or publicity. Lowest rates in town.
FIDELITY LOAN CO..
5 29 Ma.son Building,
26 West Fourth St., cor Broadway.
Home phone 7421. Broadway 5171.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without Indorsers; easy paymentj,
rrifMv • lowest rates. Hours 10:80 to
: 30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO..
6 28-629 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES
for building, or on .Improved city
property on a new definite contract or
limited payment plan of Installment
payments, Interest decreases each
month as you pay. STATE MUTUAL
BLDQ. & LOAN ASSN.. -107 S. Bdway.
MONEY TO THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 319 & 320 Douglas' bldg..
will lend money on city or county
T O LOAN-JEWELRY LOAN CO., ON
dlamonls. jewelry. etc. 328H S.<
Spring room 12.
W E LOAN MONEY TO SALARIED PEO-
ple; confidential. Mutual Trust Co.. 421
"REINCARNATION "—A FREE^LEcT-
turc and debate before the Progres-
sive club between Dr. J. H. Smith,
Prof. H. B. Lapsley, Dr. K. D. Wise,
P . R. Bellman and others in Sym-
phony hall Sunday. December 2, at 8
o'clock. Brief, brilliant program of
vocal and Instrumental music ■ will
precede the lecture.
CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLEAN-
lng Works clean carpets; upholster-
ing, repairing. 229 E. 4th St. Phone
Main 715. Home A 8254.
CLEAN WATCH. fiOC; MAIN BPIUNUS.
50c; warranted: old gold $1 pwt. 451
S . Main and 517 S. Spring.
E R A POLASKY. OPTICIAN. MOVED
to 317 W. 3rd st., suite 2 and 4.
T RANBFER AND BTORAGE _
4 15-417-419 San Pedro St.
Main office 324 South Main.
Phones Main 1117. Home 2154. New and
absolutely fire proof storage; private
locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos,
fine furniture, etc. Trunks, boxes, etc.,
stored, 25c to 60c. per month. We solicit
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
ness medium, gives life leadings dally;
test circles Wed. evgs., 8 o'clock. 250.
Room 18. 119 S. Spring st. Tel. A 6130
MRS. PARKER, RELIABLE PALMIST
and clairvoyant. 444 S. Spring, room 1.
UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS
bill SSifiS AT"l<'A^TU«^'^Piuciia.
Big assortment. Umbrellas recovered
and made to order. 117 W. Fourth St.,
new Hellinmi building.
T EAM3TERB AND TRANSFERRING
FOR '"OBNBRAL 1 HAULINO. HIONAL
Transfer, 119 Temple at- Both phunta
1 684 Kmiliikihw furnUhod
dies' 150. Factory Bhoe Store 318 W. «.
HOI/AH* foil KAMI—
One fine 7-room m-story strictly
modern house, located In good neigh-
borhood on Washington «t ; lot my
1 40. Prloe iar.oo: linn cash, balance
on easy terms. Beautiful grounds
and house nearly new.
One beautiful little. 1 room bunga-
low out on the. Long Benrh line In
Florenelta Park; In iinxlfiO; nlcn Inwn,
palm flpr. orange mil peach trees, a
profusion of flowers nnrl nlso ft good
chicken corral finely wired sides and
overhead, with Incubator. This Is de-
c ldedly-n nice little home. In a very
pretty place nnd ensy of access, being
only I-, minutes' ride from heart of
the city; place., will enslly rani for
$l. > per month, and the price. Is only
$1500; $260 cash down, balance ensy
terms to suit.
GOLDEN WEST REALTY
7 11 Grouse Illrlir.. '
(or. nth nnd sprlnit *t*.
Tel. llramlnnr 2407.
WESTMINSTER SQUARE •;',./
TUB NEW VVEBTI.AKK DISTRICT
This mnßnlflcont new residence
tract Is located at the southwest cor-
ner of * Fourth and Western live
Western avenue extends, from the ;
ocean to tin* mountains. - The lots
will be highly Improved— palm trees
planted, ato. Two elegant houses
now being plnnncd, others will quick-
ly follow. ('in- line in course of con-
struction will run through tract.
Water Is assured. This property
MUST advance. Buy now nnd get the
first pick of lots and reap big profits.
Members L. A. Realty Board.
2 34 Laughlln Bldg.
Main 26.1. Home Ex. 263.
FOR SAI.K. —
0-ROOM 111 Mil.\o\V
Mission mtylr, tinted -rnll*. large
living room, fireplace, ,'till nirlplt nnd
nickel plnmhln-| large level lot, «nr-
den and flotrerat cement aldrwnlks
and cniim, oiled street, located one*
half block from the nrw I'nnniienn
boulevard, 0 rent oar fare, twelve
mlniiira' ride to bnslnens part of rity.
Price $2<H>t>: $1600 cash nnd balance
term* to milt, ' '-.'..< *£.;•'
; • - With
C . HOWARD FINLEY CO.,
841 South Hill Street.
OWNER LEAVING CITY.
A new modern 6-room cottage,
cement sidewalk, curb, granite street,
' sewer, largo lot, lawn fenced and
barn. See owner at 1230 E. 50TH ST.,
one block east of Central aye., or tele-
phone South 4015. Terms.
Everything well built and latest style;
6 rooms, large living room, best plumb-
lng, tinted alls, china closet, fireplace;
large level lot, garden and flowers.
Within a bl ;k of t..e now Pasadena
boulevard and car line.
Box 191, Herald Onlce, or telephone
Home C 1062.
FOR SALE- ~ $'.
6-room cottage on lot 50x125; bath,
toilet, mantel, etc.; price $lb&0; $100 cash,
balance $20 per' month.
7-room, Hi-story, lot 50x158; price $2375;
, $5OO cash, balance $25 per month. .
New 6-room cottage on lot 50x175.
Highland Park; price $2500; $500 cash.
E . G. DEVENS.
27 Laughlln bids.. 815 8 Broadway. •
<,, BUY IN BOYI.K HEIGHTS! ~*
One house on Winter St., only $650;
. $100 down, balance $15 a month.
: , New 6-room cottage on ." Michigan
a ye., one block from First street; all
modern, $2650; part cash; one corner
lot on Emmet and Concord, $700.
Corner lot Brooklyn avenue, $750;
all street work done.
HEIGHT* INVESTMENT CO.
Tel. Boyle 1543. 2700 Brooklyn aye.
$2100 (N. W. 7) $2100. $2100.
Pretty 5-room artistic bungalow;
leaded glass In front; high lot. bath,
etc. Easy terms; $400 down. $400
Beautiful 5-room cottage; fine loca-
tion— Pico Heights. Brand new. Mod-
ern. Only $600 cash. Price $3000.
mill I. GHIMKS, Notary Public,
and MAURICE ALEXANDER,
Room 10, 205 W. Fifth St.,
Opposite Alexandria hotel. '
COTTAGE ONLY 92000. ~
9 200 Cm mis (20 Per Month.
Here Is a fine investment on very lib-
eral terms. A pretty b-room cottage,
only 10 minutes' rid 1 ? on electric car.
Will rent for $18 per month. Gas, elec-
tricity and alley. Good proposition for
a home or an investment.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
2 18 West Third at.
SEVEN-ROOM BUNGALOW, CORNER
lot 50x150, on Maltman avenue; fine
view; cobblestone and cement founda-
tion, large living room, handsome fire-
place, best plumbing; in fact, Just the
kind of place you will take pride In
owning. Will sell for $4000 and take
a lot, If clear, an part payment.
JOHN S. SPENCER, .111.,
' Main 4413. 217 Grant Bldg.
FOR SALE —
Two beautiful homes' on Burlington
a ye.; very modern and the prices are
C . HOWARD FINLEY CO.
8 41 South Hill St.
FOR SALE-NEW BUNGALOW, IN
southwest; 6 rooms and reception hall,
beautiful fireplace, hardwood floors,
buffet, seats, cab pantry, fine fixtures,
south porch, tubs, linen closet, finished
dark oak 'and white enamel, finely.) ar-
ranged home; 50 feet east front lot;
special L . -gain at $3500; on eaeay terma
if sold this week. PITTSBURG REAL
ESTATE Co.. 311-15 Laughlln bldg.
FOR 'SALE— $3100-s3loo— '
Handsomely and completely furnished,
17TH ST., NEAR CENTRAL.
Everything to be desired Is in this house
and will be sold Just as it stands.
. POSITIVE BARGAIN
for a newcomer. Cannot be duplicated
J . R. MACLINTOCK,
7 04 Grant bldg., 4th and Broadway.
Close In; walking distance.
6-room house on , corner. $2250.
. ' 3-room Cal. house, 40 feet. $1250. ■
' 48 feet Boyle aye., Just south of 7th.
' A sure good buy. '
6-room modern house, 80 feet on
Pico, west of Central. $6600.
F . D. DA VIES. 1425 East First.
Home 41878. Boyle 1385.
WEST 28th, BETWEEN HOOVER AND
Orchard, 8-room, modern convent-
ences, hardwood floors, large veran-
da, largo lot. 7uxl4ti. This Is a tlnu
home, in a fine neighborhood; $1000
below Its regular value; only $7000,
$4000 cash; ERNEST R. HEDttN-
_DERGH. 603 Bradbury bldg.
F OII SAI.K— ,
(-room modern cottage; lot 60x127;
No. 713 Waterloo, on car line: $2500
C . HOWARD FINLEY CO.
Ml South Hill at.
DOWN, US MONTHLY BUYB COT-
tage. aianby. tsth cor.. Slauson Jrta
2123 OR 8180 .» COURT. NKAR ALVA-
rudo, 6 rooms; big lot; $50 down.
I &6S EAST ADAMS. 8 KOOMH, MOD-
ern; 13000, $100 down. See OWNER.
City Lota and Landa
This hMtitlfu! tract adjoin* Hunt-
lna;tnn park, also the famous Cudany
Fronts on Florence ay«. .
$10 PER MONTH
This Is positively the best value In
Call early and get a choice lot.
Nadleay Realty Co.
I'bnni. Main (1470. 237 llij.nn Illk.
Cor. Second and Spring;.
Office open Innilar" nntll 12iSO.
O N EAST ADAMS STREET
I have one lot left.
4 0x125 V/.::
This Is fant becoming a manufac-
turing district and will noon be
classed en business property.
Buy now and double your money
Will sell now for
Come In and see me Monday and let
me explain particulars and terms.
THIS IS A BARGAIN
6 21 Stlmson.
This price la $160 less than adjoin-
ing lots are selling tor.
HIGHLAND VILLA TRACT
One block from East First at. car line.
. Have one other lot In same tract to
be sold for $600. Small payment
down, balance $12.60 per. month.
OWNER, Home telephone ClO5l. Or
address BOX 190, Herald.
FOR SALE — HAVE! FOUR CHOICE
l ota on the new Eagle Rock car line,
Inalde the city limits and near the
1 11 11 1 1 11 mi new car ahopa that I. will
Hell nt n bnrgrnln. Owner up asnlnat
It. Cnnli or terms. For further In-
formation address BOX 180, Herald
Office. No agents. ■-■'.■■
FOR SALE-GOOD LOT ON
East Adams st. 40x125; this Is
a snap; will sell for $1000; $500
cash. Address BOX 456, Herald
FOR SALE — ~ : '■ ~
Corner lot, 50x150, on Hubbard St.;
$1150 cash; will make you . $500 In
three months, lots adjoining are held
at $2300. and this is a corner, high
and sightly, overlooking the sea and
C . HOWARD FINLEY CO.,
341 South Hill St.
FOR SALE — LOTS. ~~
$1550 L0t on 29th St.. just west ol
Central aye. '
$1150 — Lot on 46th St., west of
Figueroa street: streets graded,
cement walks and curbs. Cheapest
lots In their respective localities.
2 17 South Broadway. Room 126.
Phones Homy 409. Main 409.
On the corner of Palo Alto and
Lake Shore, one block north of Tem-
ple, on the <ar line transfer point of
4 lines. A large corner lot with a
small 4-rooired house In the real
Will sell as a. whole or in part cheap
THOS. J. HAMPTON.
19 S. Broadway. L. A. R. B.
FOR SALE! '
Large lot on West Adams Heights,
near 27th. This week price $2500.
, ' ' DALEY,
C . HOWARD FINLEY CO.,
341 South Hill tit.
FOR BAULK KOCK LOTS
W4.I.KKH * rI.AHK. Aurn(«.
Home phone 492 — through Glendait
Exchange, office corner of Central
and Colorado ayes. Eapia Rook.
FOR SALE— S32OO; 6 ACRES AT ALTA-
dena, In assorted fruits, berries and
other crops; neat little cottage, sight-
ly location; ideal for chickens. L. M.
PRATT, 608 Laughlin Bid*., or Alta-
dena office at end of car line, ,v,;,. i"
FOR SALE— ONE OF THE FINEST
corners In the Glendale Valley view
tract at less than company's price. I
need the money and am sacrltlclng.
_TeJephone_owner HOME 7746;
On Santa Fe avenue, near Ninth, corner
lot 60x140 to alley, where Salt Lake spur
track is being built. Can be hail for a
few days for $1000 less than It Is worth.
JOS. i:. DAVIS,
A 2105 718 Fay Bids.
FOB SALE— 10-ACBH TRACTS AT
Hemet, Riverside county; abundant
cheap water, prolific soil; you can
raise enough potatoes the first year
to pay for your land; also uhhui l -
iasm-ii for oranges. Bend for book-
let, or see I. H. i-hatt, agent Hemet
Land Co., 608 Laughlln Bldg.
Hotels and Lodging Houses'
poii hales— ,;■■-:
A Comfortable Flat
This la »oiiit)tlit/>K nii'a 111 a neat >;
room furnished flat; all. modern con-
venlenoe*. Three rooms now bring
Ing $83. Rent Is $20 a month. •
Price la right If taken -1 o.#r
Owner KOlna; past. r- -
1 47 North Grand Aye.
M B «. Mill. Home IM-.0. Hum atSnt.
C X2AUjn*&*ol>L THe Largest Bus*
iO^JZSi-MJa^lriMS College In
•_s^^ Let Angela*.
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iDUCA I lONAL
SPANISH LKBBONS GIVKN BT EX-
perlenced ftpanlsh t*n<Mier Telephone
Home C 1052, or address BOX 193.
< 1111 kk-v'ii \:v< iik* — — —
JVrnr City l.lmK.i on Cur line. * '
One acre with :i-rooni house, fur- :
nlshcd; water piped on place; very
fine location; $950.
Two acres with buildings, homy
wagon. Implements and one acre In
tomatoes; water piped and water "
stock; line bargain; $1700. ■' - • ■
Two-acre corner with a mixed or-
chard! berries, vegetables, garden.
fine shrubbery; 6-room house, barn,
chicken corral; water piped; very fine
Three acres with water stock; fine
location; $1800. , .
Bight acres with water stock; the
only piece of land In Bells for that
price; must be sold this week; $4000; -
adjoining new car line.
One aero of land, . 2-room • house,
barn, chicken corral, two Incubators,
horse, wagon and implements; % acre
tomatoes, sweet potatoes, ■ berrle*. .
hydrant and water stock, all fenced;
must sell; $950.
1 0 acres of flno level land with a
flno modern 8-room house, big 1 barn,
flowing well, hydrants on plac«: one
mile from depot In Buena Park; the '
house alone worth the money; $3500. : -
d ec OEO. T. SCHBRHAN,
6 35 Citizens' National Bank Bid*.
Cor. Third and Main Sts.
Orange Groves ■ ,
L . M. PRATT, LAUGHLIN BLDCJ. " >■•■'
"Headquarters for Orange QroTea. 1 * ■■
Miscellaneous . ' .' :.
_ I have a beautiful - upright
piano that must be sold at
once. Thin la a new inatrn-
. raciit and has a 10-year arunr- -
antee. The price la within
your reach. It la much leaa
than the actual cost. Yon can
get more Information by ad- . .
BOX 105, Herald Office.
FOR SA' -NEW AND^ECOND-HAN": .
billiard and pool tables; bar fixture
of all kinds; easy payments. Send fo.
catalogue. THE BRUNSWICK-'
BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. 831 . .West
Third street. Lob Angelee. :.■*■;■"; ,;,y.\ : ;;-'
YOU CAN BUY GOOD PIANOS AT LOW
prices at F. W. KRINGEL'S. 845 S.
Spring. Tuning and repairing. Broad-
way 2SRB Home FBl2B. - ■ >'■
FOR EXCHANGE ; : •■<';■"•
Real Estate '';'; >;■*'%
McDonald & stott, '
3 09 to 317 Lankershim Building. ..V,
T O BUY. ; .■"•
Owners and : dealers in real estate
who have properties for sale or ex- ,
change will find It decidedly to their
advantage to come in and have a talk
with us. '-.'•-• : '■■■■
We can handle property located In
any part of the United States. East-
ern property a specialty.
We have the best trader In:. the
United States; It . means dollars to ..
you to make his acquaintance.
We will give you quick action and '
honest treatment ■ whether you are a
buyer or seller. Come In and see us,
McDonald & stott. .
Entrance 312 Lankershim Bldg.
Home Phone 4746, • •
Sunset Main 4555.
BEN WHITE ,
Will Exchange..' ,;< ,
your propertj , immense bargains, ap-
ply at once. Satisfaction and quick'
results. Member • Realty Board. . 304-*
BRYSON BLOCK, 3d and Spring sts. ,
CLE.wt ACREAGE FOR CITY EQUITY^ 1
SIDDALL. 218 8 Broadway.
ATTORNEYS.AT-LAW v .
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A
specialty No fee without success.
E . P. MOREY, 621 Stlmson blk.. cor. ,
ltd and Spring. Phone 6718. , Open .
evenings. -' '. . . -■■ .■;'.,
DIVORCE LAWS-ADVICE F^EE: NO
fee without success; private. J. U.
SMITH, 122 W. Third st., room 221.
1 to 6 p. m. r
LAW BUSINESS OF ALL KINDS.
COCHRAN. .'O3 Bradbury Block.
BUSINESS PERSONALS '
FBATllklli PILLOWS RENOVATED AT
ACME FEATHER WORKS. 768 San
Pedro st. Tel. Sunset Main 1166; '
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breakfast?" naked the waiter of the
cannibal king who Is sojourning In this'
country. . '. ■ . :-■ ',-:"'■'■ ■•■--:]'?
"What have you?" asked the cannibal
king. • . ■
"Almoel anything— frulta. ■
rolls, muffins— " , JttOHsW'Wii
"Do you think you could gel me v
few ragamuffins?" asked the cannibal
king with a hungry twinkle In his eyes.
looking out of the, window at th* plump ' ,
newsboy who la crying his extras.— *%;.
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