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M>S ANGELES', Dec. X, 1907.
I 4 I Clear.
[ 12 [ Clear.
j 1 Maximum temperature, 62.
~ Minimum temperature, SO.
• By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 31.-The pressure Is
rising steadily along .the entire coast. Main
fas fallen from San Diego to Tatoosh. New
Year's day promises to be fair over California I
south of San Francisco and showery north of i
•hat point. B I
T-o« Angeles and vicinity: Fair Wednesday;
light west winds.
San Francisco and vicinity: Occasional light
showera Wednesday, with fresh southwest
Santa Clara valiey: Cloudy Wednesday, with
cccaslonal light showers: fresh south winds.
: Sacramento valley: Showers Wednesday; fresh
San Joaquin valley: Cloudy Wednesday; light
south winds. ___„_ '
RECTON-FRENCH— Elmer C. Recton, age !4,
native of Calltornia. and E. Leila French,
age 17, nitlve of Illinois, both residents of
HOUBENER-KURZ—Herman Housener. age
Z7, native of Bwitzerland. and Elizabeth M.
Kurx, age 24, native of Switzerland, both
residents of Santa Monica.
IIASTRIETER - EIDEMILI.EH — Roland F.
Hastrleter. age 32. native of Wisconsin, and
Elsie E. Eidemiller, age 20. native of Wic
consln, both residents of Los Angeles.
NOBLE-PECK—Walter M. Noble, age :<.
native of Canada and resident of Alhambra,
and Adallne M. Peck, age 24. native of Con
necticut, resident of Los Angeles.
MESSMERE-SKILLMAN-Frank H. M.ssmere,
age «2, native of Illinois, and Mary B. B*lll
-man, age 60, native of Massachusetts, both
residents of Los Angeles.
BRAINEHD-CAMP— Fred D. Brainerd. age 27,
native of Michigan, and Eleanor B. Camp,
age 2», native of California, both residents
of Los Angeles.
CRAM-PETTY—James 'J. Cram, age ::. natlre
of Florida, reeiden- of Los Angeles, and
Clara E. Petty, arj 16, native of California,
resident of San Pedro.
JIICE-BUCKNER- Emmit B. Rice, age 29, na
tive of Cellforn'a, resident of Los Angeles,
and Grace L. Bi.ckner, a*e 19. na".ve of lowa,
resident of Hci man.
If.DGAR-MORTER, Perry >i. Edgar, age 23.
Native of lirirols, arj Waltha Mortcr. age
20, native of PinnPilvanla, both residents of
1 ALMER-KLOTZ- T*verln(r P. Palmer, age
24, native of II inoi.'. and Pearl Klotz. age
21, native of lowa, l">th residents of Po
McDONALD-BEHEN—/mold M. McDonald.
age 22. native of Geoifc:-. '->oth residents of
CTEDMAN-OGDEN—Vane M. Stedman, age 22.
native of Arkansas, and Rose F. Ogden. age
22, native of Nebraska, both residents of Los
FENDLETON-LASTINO—EarI Pendelton, age
22, native of California, and Ruth Lesting.
n«e 19. native of Wisconsin, both residents of
THATER-WYGAL— Guy V. Thayer. age It,
native of New York, resident nf Tucson, and
Carolyn V. Wygal. ag'- :i'J, native of West
Virginia, resident of Los Angeles.
AMDBRBON-RILEY— Benjamin F. Anderson.
age M native -»f Kansas, resident of Santa
Ana, and Eleanor A. Rlley. age 19, native of
lowa, resident of Los Angeles.
WNKEY-BERCAC-I. Henry Pankey, age
26. native of t\L"lfornla, resident of covimi.
and Kmma Hfrcau. age 26. native of Ohio,
resident of Gler.dale.
VAUOHAN-SMTTH—Leonard O. Vaughan, age
61. native uf Illim !». vii.l Flora V. Smith. ;ig>
-48, native of lnuiuna, both resldtnts of Long
BAKKR-OODEN-Walter Edwin Ilaker. B|
native of California, and Vii.lß O(den, age
:'A, native ol sfsntni. both rssddentsi ot Santa
iDLOR-DOLB— Jay C. Idlor, age X, native of
Ohio, and Ethyl Clyde Dole, age 24, native of
Jliiii"i~ both rehtdenta of Los Am
PARBONB-CHBNWORTH- Norton J. Parsons.
aa« H, native of lows, r.si.i-ms of Ingle
. and Mai»'i li CbeawortX agi 8», na
iiv,- r,r Toxas, both raeUlents of Hawthorne.
EVANS-WILLJAMB—Frank 11. l>.ins, age 23.
native of Missouri, him! lla« (i Williams, age
18. native of Callfi rnia. both residents uf Los
CBBBO-BOOOB—Albert H. P. Oberf, age 21.
native of Illlnota, and V.\a. C. Hoggs, age 21.
native of Indiana, both residents of Lo?
J.HUM-ARMSTRONG—John J. Drum, age a,
native of California, and Nellie E. Arm
strong, age ::. nrttive of Coloriulo. both resi
dents of Moneta.
BARRE-DlLLON—Petter 11 Barre, age 21, na
tive of France, resident of Hollywood, and
Helen Dillon, age IS, native of California,
resident of Lo* Angeles.
MOLIQUE-ENGEL-Phllllp R. Mnllque. age
21. native of Indiana, and Iva Sadie Engel,
age 19, natlv > of California, both residents of
J EGRANDE-SLOCKE—PauI A. I.egrande. ago
58, native of Belgium, and Stella M Slocke.
age 28, natlv i of California, both residents of
SIZELOVE-LYNN— Joseph M. Slzelove, age 19,
native of Colorado, and Adah May Lynn, age
15, native of Colorado, both residents of Loa
McNARY-FELLOWS—Frank M. McNary, age
23, native of Pennsylvania, and Maude C.
Fellows, age 23. native of lowa, both resi
dents of Lc Angeles.
PICKERINO-CLOSE—Ernest Pickering, age
34, native of Utah, and Etta C. Clone, age 39,
native of New York, both residents of Los
McMILLIN-DOLAJCE-Wllllem P McMll'ln,
age 37, natl 'c ol Pennsylvania, and Elena B,
Dolane, ace 27. native of Cun&da, both resi
dents of Olendale.
IVERFIELD-NEIGH—John B. Overfleld, age
0,2. native of Pennsylvania, resident of Long
Besxh, an>. Josephine A. Neigh, age 44, na
tive of Pennsylvania, resident of Pasadena.
HElM—Died, at her late residence. 1320 Carroll
avenue. In her 35th year, December 28, 1907,
Maud Helm, bejoved wife of Ferdinand Helm,
mother of Anna and Bartlett Helm, daughter
of Mrs. Mary J. and the late B. F. Cooke,
sister of Mis. W. H. Young, Mrs. M. G. Gon
zalex, Mrs. J. J. Abraham, lira. R. P. Has
klns. Miss Catharine Cooke and John Cooke.
Funeral from her late residence at 10 a. m.
hharp Wednesday, January 1, thence to the
Church of Our Lady of Loretto, corner Union
avenue and Court street, where a solemn
high requiem mass will be celebrated for the
repose of her soul. Interment Calvary ceme
tery. Friends Invited to attend.
ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY
Successors to Orr ft Hires Co. Funeral di
Coraer Tenth and Flower Sta.
Main 65: Home F4«71. Lady assistant.
SIMPSON AUDITORIUM. 734 SO. HOPE ST.
Services Sunday, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; ser
mon from the Christian Science Quarterly.
Subject. "God." Children's Sunday school
at 9:80 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting at
S o'clock. Reading rooms, 510-511 Herman
W. Hellman building, Spring and Fourth
streets, open dally, Sundays ezcepted, from
9 a- m. to S p. m.
SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFERED IN HIOH
class office business. $460; also sell half In
terest for $7BU and references In real estate
and renting, general brokerage and flre In
surance business: Others. $17.:0n. $1160. $43.
-800; also half variety, cigar and can goods
store, $500. al*o sell half grocery and cigar
store, $2800; half theater, suburban city,
$000; many hotels, lunch rooms, restaurants,
offce business, manufacturing, rooming
houses and all kinds stores.
See PHOENIX, 202 Grant building.
JIOVINU PICTURE AND VAUDEVILLE
theater for sale, trade, or will take lady or
gentleman partner; $100 per week. Call 31S
WANTED—PaI> I .VKR. K,V ITEM,
fOO sure winner ST. ELMO HOTEU 7 to
|j. in. vVICKKV.
WANTi:i>- I'Alf! SKIt. KACINO BYSTBM.
winn, r. 81 Kliiio hotel, 7 lo II p.
TELEPHONE MAIN 2805: F4t>3l.
Bins! ness v j
Rooms 314-315 Severance bldg.
Northwest corner Sixth ana Main streets.
It Is our buslntss to put people In business.
BAKERIES AND DELICATESENS
A snap, a bakery on West Pico street, do
ing a nn>. business; all cash trade. Price
Bakery, delicatessen and grocery, doing a
most profitable cash over the counter busi
ness; two living rooms; rent $60; excellent
down tow location; price $900. Come and see
It and you will buy.
I'M, very centrally located delicatessen and
bakery; receipts are $30 to $40 a day; has
other interests to look after Is reason for
, Grocery and delicatessen, clearing at least
$100 a mont line place for man and wife; I
step right In and make money; price $560. A
The leading business broken- will sell your
business. Who are they? LEAHY & SON.
ii Him h shops
Notice to B»rbers! The below are a lew
barber shops taken from our list.
2-chalr barber shop, excellent location;
will eciulpji' ', line mirrors.
Three-chal-- shop, winter and summer
beach, rent $18, cigar stand In front.
We have th- cream of the market.
1175—Cigar stand on Main street.
1371—A busy little cigar stand, see location
for yourself; checks good In saloon.
$650— Cigar stand on Broadway, swell fixt
ures, good stock; cheap rent, long lease;
J2lso—Clear stand, Broadway.
NOTICE-LIST TOUR BUSINESS WITH
LEAHY & SON, THE SUCCESSFUL BUSI
NESS CHANCE AGENTS.
For sa!e-Equ:t/ In 2 lots, Vermont Ave
nue Square tract, at 75 cents on the dollar of
the price oald 1 year ago; cheapest lots in that
vicinity; must wll, owner pressed for money;
equities $1007.50; price at 75 cents on the
dollar, $756.a will sell separate. Phone
F4631, Main 2SOF. LEAHY, & SON, 314-15
Severance bldg.. Sixth and Main.
A COMBINATION MONEY MAKER
In a cigar stand, barber shop, bath rooms
and bootblack stand; mo.st -uiltable location
In Southern California; any one can run It;
advantage If you are a barber; price $1250;
or $500 and assume Indebtedness. LEAHY &
$550— Strictly cash groceiy and delicatessen
on South Main street; all counter trade. This
place has a specialty on which there la "5
per cent proilt; 2 living rooms; Just the
t,lace fur a man and his wife.
Grocery am: provision store, located In
suburban town; sales average $150 a day;
sell goods lr. largo Quantities to mining
camps and orange packers. Has been es
* tablished lon-: time. This Is a bargain of a
lifetime to ate;: into an established business
With no bonu. to pay. Price $4000.
$1700—Cash grocery; average $40 a day;
corner, downtown district.
A fine restaurant and cafe, well equipped
with stoola, tables, plenty silverware and
linen; close to Los Angeles; best town In the
south to makj money; takes In $90 a day;
good lease on cheap rent. Price $1200.
Hlgh-cla*j cafe and grill, seating 150; only
licensed place of its character in a city of
so.iflju; long lease, swell fixtures; halt cash.
Restaurant and lunch counter. Have
you noticed a horseshoe lunch counter scut
lug 75 people? Every seat tilled.
Come up to our office and see our largo list
of bargains in the restaurant line.
For sale—ln the best town In Southern
California, close to Los Angeles, a line fur
niture store, located in the beat part of
town; stock on band will invoice $5500; out
standing accounts on the Installment plan
$1500; good lease and low rent;' big money
We have another large proposition in a
furniture store near Los Anseles; profits
are large, bee LEAHY & SON.
FEED AND FUEL.
$500 will put you Into the feed and fuel
business tmat has a well established trade;
rent $20 a month, with 2 years' lease; 15
stalls In yard; rent all but two. Wo hay*
plenty of snaps on our books Just like this.
No trouble to give you Information It you
are thinking of starting In business.
Wo have several good paying feed and fuel
stores, ranging In price from $500 to $5000.
Pay us a visit. "Its free."
Boarding and livery stable In southwest;
79 stalls and 40 boarders; 15 horses, carriages,
runabouts, cabs. in fact, everything neces
sary to can., on lively business; clears
about $600 month; owner sick and will sell
We make a specialty of business opportuni
ties, See us fur a good buy.
HATTING AND DIKING
Hatting, dyeing and cleaning, $200; located
In best town around Los Angeles; receipts
average 1-^0 per month; best bargain on our
We have sixty shares of valuable stock in
% fine little plant that's exceedingly well
managed; It paid over 30 per cent on the
price asked to the stock last year, and
will earn' larger dividend this year; will
require $4SCiO; call and get details.
I 600—Will put you into a well paying It
room rooming house; 3 years' lease,
rent onl" $50. This Is a proposition
worth looking Into. LEAHY & SON.
11750—This rooming bouse on So. Broadway;
' al.' rooms filled, except those held back
\' for transient; this place Is making
< ' good money at present and will con
tinue to d. so. See LEAHY it SON.
FOR EXCHANGE—Rooming house of 75 rooms.
Money making place. Furniture In good con
dition: all rooms tilted; excellent transient
trick. , Price $4100: mortgage $925, payable
$100 a month; will exchange for Improved
acreage or good lots up to $2100. Bee us at
once. LEAHY & SON, the leading agents. .
Saloon in San Francisco; club room
that serves liquor. ; ..
■■•- See ..-.-.. .-
RICHARDSON, 111* "Swop Man." '
• After trying other agents v
, <: without success, consult '■
LEAHY * SON, Sixth and Mala ■<■.
.-"''.".;■' '' ■ ■""
LOS A.ViKIJ-is HERALD: WKI>NKSi>.VY MOKXIXCi. JAM U'.Y 1. 1»0S.
"Ha THAT HATH A HATH AN 83
Learn plumbing, plastering, bricklaying,
electricity, etc UNION SCHOOL OF
TRADES. 120-126 Elit Ninth ttreet.
Red Cross Employment Agency
134 East Second Street.
Mnln SS2O Home A 7830
WE riiiMsii RELIABLE! HELP
or AM, KINDS. CALL ON
V* FOR AM, HELP AND
WOIIK. WE HAVK ONE OF
THE LAROEST SELECTIONS
OP HELP AMD WORK
IN "HE CITY.
Hotel and rmtanrnnt help too nntn*
rron» to mention, "nil and see our
WOT inTHT'IfV orders rjiirl ITTI
n«lr fl 9 orders n\r | ¥
iulvALy yon 11 ILL 11
HANSEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
C. W JRNKf £ CO.. 204 East Second
street, Loa Ang< les. Cal. Both phones. Ho m
A 4569; Main KM
Carefully selected male and female help of
all deacr'plic*'* ant 3 nationalities furnished
WANT YOUNG, ACTIVE GERMAN AS REAL
estate solicitor. Apply 4 to 5 p. m. Tin:
MCCARTHY CCKPANY. 201 N. Broadway.
PERFORV TUB ACTUAL WORK AND"MAB
-ter a trad- In frur to six months. Plumbing,
plastering, bricklaying, electricity, etc.; vday
or nigh' clusct UNION SCHOOL, Or
TRADES. 120-I,!* East Ninth st.
WANTED—J. w! COLEMAN, EMPLOY
ment office. All kinds of colored help fur
nished on short notice. 211 E. SECOND ST.
Broadway 2108; A 2879.
MO MEN wanted—tv N. iihoauwa? HAT
factory. Ha wise; don't buy new hat; your
old remodeled Ilk* new by experts, 800 up.
Ut.N iv LCAKK BAHUEH iKADIi. seiTU
atlona guaranteed. MuL::il SYSTBM COL
LEGE. 113 East Second street.
VOUNO LAD. WILL, DO SEWING AND
mending in exchange for'home; Is fond of
children. Phone JOSH.
GERMAN GIRL WANTS POSITION IN
private family no children. BOX 1082, Her
To Purchase—Real Estate _
WANTED—TO BUY COTTAGE OF 5 TO 7
rooms, for cash; also small suburban tract
up to II acres, Improved. Room 7, BM)i S.
WANTED— KINDS OP SECOND HAND
furniture; highest prices paid. 1827 CEN
TRAL AVK I'hons South 50«;
WANT TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT IN |
Los Angeles or few acres 111 suburbs; will
turn In one or two lots, land in beautiful
Hollywood as first payment on your place.
See PHOENIX. 202 Grant building.
WANTED—IIO,OOO ON SMALL VALUATION.
Kilt edge property at large per cent; not-*s
Indorsed by wealthy men; perfectly safe.
Phones P8509; Broadway 5280.
WANTED - TC BUY FURNITURE A.->
househo.il ffor"l- It you are gUng to sell we
will pay you one-third more than others.
Phone us. Main 1117; Home 2164. COLYEAH
FURNITURE CO., 222 South Main street.
HOMELESS CHILDREN RECEIVED AND
placed In home." for adoption. Apply Rev.
O. V. i.lc*', superintendent Children's Home
society^ 4M Hrarilury building. Los Angeles.
Secret of Life
Mine. \iiiiiik. "World's) Greatest Clair
voyant," Divines Truth Despite At
temptn to Trap Her by Sugsentlng
AVronic Anan era—Predictions. Are
Being a. newspaper man from Boston, hav
ing plenty of leisure and also a fund of curi
osity as to genuineness of clairvoyants. I
Inquired 04 thr> hotel clerk of a leading
Spring street hoMelry where I could go to
find a first-clas* medium. I admit I wax
skeptical from th<l start. A number of times
In newspaper wurk had I tried mediums and
with no success.
On vacation btnt. and hoping to get satis
factory auswei 1 to several questions, plenty
of time in which to Investigate, I took the
card handed me and started for tho address,
which read: "Mme. 11. Annuve, the World's
Greatest Clairvoyant, 416 West Sixth street.
I found several people waiting appointments
and so had to later take my chance for a
sitting. Late in the afternoon I was fortun
ate enough to have the desired opportunity.
An absolute ranger, not knowing a soul
in the city, Mm*-. Annuve at once convinced
me with her clear-cut truths and remarkable
revelations thai she is an adept in her pro
fession This wonderful trance medium gave
names of departed friends, their former places
of residence, and facts pertaining thereto
which were absolutely unknown to any other
than myself in the city.
Several times 1 tried to test her by mixing
questions an' lauding her on the wrong track
by suggesting wrong answers. I was aston
ished by be" emphatic disclosures of past
Tells of Old Days
She told of tin:e« and scenes years distant,
and also gay vivid predictions for the near
future. ■ One cannot fall to be Impressed with
her earnestness. All information given you
Is wholly unknown to herself. ,
My hour's sitting went all too swiftly.
When I cam away I felt as though I had vis
ited another woild, and the good advice given
about business affairs was worth a hundred
fold more than th-: fee which I had paid-
Among her best customers can be counted
many prominent bankers, miners, Investors
and well known real estate dealers of this
Mrne. Annuve can be found at her apart
ments at The Itcssmore. 418 West Sixth it.
dally from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
GREAT KABT E R N STEAM CARPET
- Cleaning works 1117 Ban Julian. Tel. Broad
way 447-; Home F6SI4. Rug cleaning a spe
cialty. J BRENTON.
PIONEER CARPET CLEANING WORKS,
Incorporated. W C. Cllne. president. 715 8.
Olive Tei. Home F288O; Sunset Main 217.
TRANSFER AND BTORAQE^
COL.Si.AJ. WAREHOUSE CO.,
4U-V-41» Ban Pedro Street, ■
- Main ofllr i 124 South Main
Phones Mali 1117: Home 2154. New and ab
solutely il-eprtx r storage;,, private, locked
. rooms fo bric-a-brac, pianos, line furniture,
etc.; trunk* biies, etc.. j'.ored. So to 600
par raontn. We toilet: your patronage. '
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FOR RENT .^^^
CUTTAUES TO LET— — —~
u-room, new, modern—a dandy home; or
will sell on easy terms, like rent; 6100 cash,
620 per month, and you can thus own your
own home THE MCCARTHY COMPANY,
203 N. Broadway. Phones: Main 1202; A 8737.
TO LET—NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE. BARN,
chicken houses, yards, bath, water; 615.
Five-room, eight lots. bath, water, chicken
house; 614. EDWARD FRASER, 218 S.
Broadway. 1-2 p. m.
FOR KENT—A NICELY FURNISHED HOUSU
In th« Westlake district, suitable for a fam
ily of 6 adults, very reasonable rent to right
part references required. Address BOX $47,
FOR RENT—46O~¥oTTH PECAN ST.. 611: 3
room plastered house, bath, screen porch,
eolar heater; water paid. Owner, Temple 1071.
TO LET-LARGE SIX-ROOM HOUSE. CAR
line close; modern. 525; water paid. Owner,
816 E. THIRTY-FIRST. South SBf».
TO LET-slfi. WATER PAID; FOUR-ROOM
HOUSE. BATH, LARGE YARD, CLOSE
IN. PHONE BOYLE 162.
FOR RENT-CHOUSES OF FOUR ROOMS OR
. more, $10 and up. Phone E8294.
TO LET-COTTAGES. 612, 617; FURNISHED
616. $22; keys at 1543 B. Adams. Hooper car.
TO LET—626. ,7 ROOMS. 1542 E. ADAMS.
Hooper car line suitable for 2 families^
3 AND 4-ROOM
$10 PER MONTH
Cor. Surf & Speedway
Bet, Pier Aye. and Bristol Pier
100 Feet from the Ocean
OCEAN PARK, CAL.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS IN NEW
modern hotel "NESTA," corner Temple and
Olive streets; very central. Each room has
steam h-sat, also hot and cold water; 13 per
: week up.
THE STONER. 519 WEST TEMPLE STREET.
Light housekeeping rooms en suite or sin
gle, from $2 up; central location: every con
venience; rooms quiet and comfortable. •
THE EVERETT, 530 WEST TEMPLE ST.
Housekeeping nrms en suite or single; close
In; no car fare; rent most reasonable In city.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM; MORNING
sun; beautiful lawn and flowers. 635 WEST
Rooms and Board
WANTED— rONG LADY TO ROOM AND
,ard In private family, 64 a week. 200 W.
'. ENTH. P our Main 7356, F3797.
FURNISHFI' i ROOMS. $16: 4 ROOMS, $18;
unfu:nlnhed, $11 $14; separate porches. MRS.
MINT .ORN, 1342 E. Adams: Hooper car. _
~) LET—NICELY FURNISHED F.VE
room sunny flat, corner TWENTY-FOURTH
AND MAGNOLIA. Call Main 6117.
TO LET-7-ROOM modern flat, PARTLY
furnished, $23; S blocks, west of Figueroa.
405 Vi BIXEL. Main 4099.
TO LET-TWO 6-ROOM NICELY FUR
nlshed flats. Key at 122 W. 30TH ST. Phone
Stores and Offices
TO LET— FRONT OFFICES. TWO OR FOUR,
ground flcor; excellent location. Broadway,
Chambf ol' Commerce building. Inquire
FREE TO JAN. STORES, $1. 815. 1615 E.
26T11 ST.. corner. ■ (Watts local car.)
I'UBEHCL'LAP. PATIENT^- BOARD AND
room at m;' country home, $10 wk; second
bouse south of Colorado st. on Monte Vista
aye.. LiimanaV Park. Sunset phone 1607.
A. P. JANNE», proprietor. -- ■
iIOORE INSTITUTE GIVES VIBRATORY
and magnetic treatments forx rheumatism,
nervousness. Offices the Doris, 70714 S.
GOLDEN OATS" TOILET PARLORS~ARB
no ' located at 13SH 8. SPRING. Cabl..et
baths an*' electric vibrator treatments. Kooos
THE FAY-GENERAL TOILET PARLORS;
scalp treatments general massage. Moved
1008 8. Main. Specialty chiropody.
VIBRATION. ALCOHOL. OIL, SHAMPOO
ing; face and scalp treatments. Hours 10 to
10. 264 E. FIFTH ST., room 6.
ELECTRIC VIBRATOrTaLCOHOL AND OIL
treatments for nervousness and rheumatism.
848 S. .BROADWAY.
LOST AND FOUND
lOBT—DEC. 17, LADIES' GOLD HAND
carved watch, l.lckel fob, watch engraved
"To Mabel from Papa, July 26, 1903."
Finder retur. 1124 W. 38TH. Reward.
JOST-ON WEST" JEFFERSON ST. CAR, OR
Eighth and Flgueroa. locket with two por
traits; valuable only to owner for portraits.
Reward. Phono 51540. ■. i
lost-saturdat"; ladyt sunburst,
diamond center, between Broadway and
Spring on 4th. Reward $5. 416 W. FIFTY
SIXTH. 8968F '..•-. ' ' .
LOST— YELLOW UNIVERSITY CAR BE
tween cor Twelfth and Flower and First
and Spring a cameo pin with pearl settings
nd one diamond. Reward. 115 N. UNION
AYE. E2217. : . i, ■.• ■
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN— 464 8.
Flgueroa, Scoter collie dog, sable and white.
"Togo." Phon= Broadway 1583. Reward.
LOST—A RING WITH TWO ■ SMALL DlA
monds. Return to 2646 NORMANDIK AYE.
and receive reward. . Telephone 81554, ,- '. ' '
LOST-A BAY MARE, WEIGHT ABOUT 750
lbs., branded. Address 701 CABTERAL ST.
■V 3USINES3 PERSONALS
FE ATHE tfTuXoWsTRESSvATEBrAf" 'i HH)
ACME FEATHR.It WORKS, 768 San Pedro
street. Tel. Sunset Main 1136. i Home 8041.
MATTRESK MAKING, FEATHER BUDDING
renovate.l. GLOBE BUDDING CO., 633 B.
Flf i street. Main 2936. - ■ ■■■■-■'-
FIRST-CLAPS DRESSMAKER OF UNQUEB
- tionabls ; ablllt." ami skill : will make ■ your
-. evening gowns, coats and suits very'reason
able, at home or by the day; ; best of city
. references, > 923 B. ■ 29TH ; ST. a V, ■,
jfFj Bpr^Bn Aa^ .y* f ,^ ■
HAPPY HEW YEAE
Resolve to be wiser this year than you were
last. Resolve to see Beaumont and prove its
advantage! to your own satisfaction. Resolve
to Invest a little money to make ■ good deal
more. RejNOlve to secure for yourself a little
plot of this magnificent fruit land before It is
everlastingly too late.
BEAUMONT IS THE REALTY MARVEL
OF THIS AGE.
Over StoO.OOil worth of this property has been
Fold sines September 14 last. This in the fare
of a strong wave of financial depression that
swept the entire country. It proves better
than any other armnnent could the splendid
drawing qualities, of the land and the unus
ual fairness of the price. Considering the
wonderful developments, the unexampled
building activity and the unquestioned super
iority of the truH grown there, the prices are
not half what they ought to be.
THERE WILL BE AN ADVANCE
JANUARY 9. J9OS.
APPROXIMATING 15 PER CENT.
CO ON TOMORROWS EXCURSION
61—ROUND TRIP THURSDAY—6I
AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW.
OFFICE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
(TODAY) TO GIVE OUT TICKETS.
BeaiiEOßt Lai and
"Five acres and Independence."
-.".'6 Mercantile place.
Home F4S6B. Main 3215.
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ro:: SALE-SCHOOL LAND.
Kern County—32o acres. 65 per acre; food
land, plenty of water, easy terms.
1280 acres, $2.50 per acre, foothills; good
fruit land; terms.
640 acres, good land, plenty of water; four
miles from railroad station; 66; terms.
200 acres, goc«l land; plenty of water; I
miles from railroad station; 610 per acre;
160 acres, 30 acres good land. SO miles from
Los Angeles; S3 per acre; terms.
San Bernardino County—2ooo acres, $2.50, 63
and 63.60 per acre; easy payments.
Rlversida County (on Colorado river)—l2B*
acres. 63 50 and $4 per acre; easy terms.
Imperial. San Diego County—6ooo acres,
62.60, $3, 65. $10. SIS and 620 per acre.
l.asy tsrm3 on most all these lands.
Government lands in all these different lo
Several rellnqulshmcnts, 150 and 33) acres.
Get their) with scrip.
CALIFORNIA COLONIZATION COMPANY,
306-7 Tajo Building. .
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE; *10 PER
ACRE. I HOLD CONTRACT ON 200 ACRES
LAND IN TULARE COUNTY.
Can't meet next payment and will sell all
or part at 60 let cent actual value. Very
best Boil, abundant water. Will agree to put
In alfalfa at 65 pi r acre, additional.
See W. W. COKE.
Ground floor, Chamber of Commerce bldg.,
with Cal. Home Extension association. '■'-■'
MOVE TO BAKERSFIELD.
The comlnc city of the San Joaquln valley;
get a home—one of these. The best equipped
10-acre chlck< i ranch In Kern county; 6-room
house, barn, windmill, tank, water piped Into
house and yards. houses for 1000 chickens,
brooder house, cillar, etc.; orchard of more
than 200 trees of various kinds. Including
oranges, which do well here; balance In al
falfa; good water right; 'A mile to school;
3 miles from Bakersfleld; price 63000, half
40 acres, ■ In alfalfa, good well, good wa
ter right; fine level land; will grow oranges;
fenced with boaid fence; Vt mile to school,
• 4 miles to Bakersfleld; price 62000, half cash.
For bargains in Kern county write R. A.
MOORE, Holt 80. Bakersfleld. Cal. .-
•t ACRES AND INDEPENDENCE."
Fruit lands and city lots; there's mooe;
In it for you.
LAND AND WATER CO.
126 Mercantile place.
ttm. _ Main KM.
FOR SALE—22-ACRE TRACT WITH 11
shares of A. U. W. Co. stock, in Placentia,
Orange county, being part of the famous Tuf
free ranch. This land will produce anything
raised in California. There is a big ware
house on the place that goes with it. Price
69000. Land and location can't bo beat; 62000
cash will handle it. JACOB STERN, 404 Pa
cific Electric bids.
FOR BAUD— TRACT NEAR LOBO
station on Santa Ana electric line; price $150
per acre; terms to suit.
JACOB STERN. !
40. Pacific Electric bldg.
a"rie you looking for government
land, as gcod a-; can be founds close to Los
Angeles? If so, see SLY at 623 Chamber of
Commerce. ■ - ■ . •
1 City Lots and '.and* '
I'll buy a lot from Banks on or before, or
during 1908 and so comemnee to cheat the
landlord. My lots and easy terms are surely
giving the worklngman a chance to own his
own home. 60x125, $250; • 60x150, »300; SOxS79,
6550; $10 down, $5 month. \. • '■ -:-.. ■ -
50x160, all street work, cement walks and
curbs, $415 and up; $2S» down. 610 monthly.
All lots situated near 5o car, schools,
churches, stores, etc, and only 20 minutes
from Broadway, ■
Take West First streat car to my office.,
'V. S. W. Banks.
Brooklyn and Rowan avenues.
Boyle 839. ■ ■ ' Home D 1484.
FOR ALTADENA PROPERTY SEE .L. M.
PRATT * CO.. COa Laughlin bldg., or Alta
dena office at end of car line. ■ ■■ : >
FOR BALE-ONE » AND 40 ACRE RANCH.
Improved, : two mlies ■ from ' Garden Grove,
i AUGUST MICHEL, Santa Ana. •',
TOR BALE-MY LOT IN HOLLYWOOD; $800;
terms. ' I am going east, .Telephone: Sunset
.HOLLYWOOD 1461. ..'; .. , ' ,
Q|*KM(H>H.« rfI.ANDS-ONTARIO. * $75. 6100,'
. 6200 per acre; water piped. Slddall,' Copp blk.
FOR SALE .
SNAP BARGAINS FOR THE WEEK.
ISfW—Three rooms, barn; all street work; fur
nished; $200 down, $10 month. ■ ■ ■y
$1160—Three rooms, plastered 'corner: $75 down,
$12 month, Including Interest. Rented for
$650 —Three room*, lot fenced; Burden,. trees;
elegant buy. See this; half cash.
Brooklyn and Evergreen avenues.
•■ v. A. B. C. CO. Phono Boyle 1102.
I Will See Pratlheir
FOR THEY MAKE TUB QUICKEST RX
CHANGES IN RANCHES AND HOUSES.
THE LARGEST LIST IN THE CITY.
PROMPT AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
WILL, C. I'll A 1 !li:il A CO.,
SUITE 618-620 GRANT BLDO.
FOR BALE—AT BARGAIN. FINE (-ROOM
bungalow, everything up-to-date; fine view
of mountains and Hollywood, Cc car fare.
BIS NO. NEW HAMPSHIRE ST. Take Hcllo
trope drive car to Stoll street, east 2 blocks.
-5 si ft. enameled both tuba $15 to $13
50 20x30 sinks 2to 4
25 enameled lavatories 4 to 10
25 laundry trays 8 to 10
10 toilet combinations 12 to IS
< 218 West First street.
TOR SALE—GO-CART; COST $18; SELLS
for $8; chlld'3 folding- bed. Franklin stove.
Phones. H3971; West 4776.
Acreage for Subdivision
BUT IT- SUBDIVIDE IT.
Into half-acre lets, for bungalows. 40 acres-
Altitude 1000 feet, up In the foothills. 2 miles
north of West Hollywood and adjoining
BUNGALOVT LAND, on the north.
Abundance of pure mountain water.
IT WILL MAKE YOU BIG MONET.
40 ACRES-ONLY $5000.
See HARRY T. PMITH, with
MINES & PARISH, 315 S. Hill St.
IHE MCCARTHY COMPANY TRACTS ARE
ALL OF QUALITY—ALL IMPROVED AND
IMPROVING—ALL HOME TRACTS. SPE
CIAL TERMS TO HOME BUILDERS. LET
Di "SHOW" YOU. THE MCCARTHY COM
pany, 201 N. BROADWAY, PHONE M. 1202,
BARGAINS IN ORANGE GROVES IN
any district see. L. M. PRATT & CO., 608
Stocks and Bonds
PHONES— ,F7087; RES. E. S3l4—
Kistler & Halsema, Civil Engineers and Sur
veyors. U. 8. Dept. mineral surveyors, pat
ent surveying, land surveying, city surveying
and subdividing. 646 San Fernando bldg.,
Fourth and Main streets.
Live Stock—Poultry, Birds, bogs
WANTED—TO PURCHASE CALVES, BEEF,
cows and bul!s for cash. JULIUS BACK.
18th and Maple South 2M7. 81940.
Live Stock —Horses, Mules, Cattle
FOR SALE— OF LARGE HULKS,
good order, work anywhere, single or double.
HUCKHORN FEED AND FUEL YARD,
_ 209T West PICO. B»784.
FOR SALE-CREAM SERGE SUIT; COST $50;
will sell for 129; also silk dresses, net waist,
hats, etc. PHONI-: BIK7B.
DR. AND MKa. CARTER MUCCBtWrUU.II
treat ai: female diseases and Irregularities;
JO year* experience, consultation free.
Hi. .» a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays. 10 to LI
a. m, SCI MERCANTILE PLACE, over Ml
Bou'"i Spring street.
PERSONAL-DR. CLARK, SURGEON. Dis
eases of women, Irregularities; specialist. San
Fernando bldg. Main and Fourth; rooms $04-7.
LAirOU. SPECIALIST! ALL FORMS
fern '• diseases, prompt relief; advice in:
819 I. SPRING ST., rooms 27 and 28.
DH. INE7 DtCKKR. 702 S. SPRING ST.,
obstetrics Hour. 10 to 8. Room 222. Phone
on. TAYLOR-FB.MALEJ physician All)
obstetrics. BELABCO THEATER. Main at
DR*WEIPER. SPECIALIST, TUBERCULOSIS
and kill, i: disease!. Hours »-l. »84 S. HILL.
L.R. OEO W. HOSENTHAL. SPECIALIST
stomach and liver diseases. 624 S. HILL ST.
MONEY TO LOAN
WE MAKK LOANS ON FURNITURE. Pi
anos, horses, wagons, carriages, cattle, etc.,
without removal (rum your possession.
* ■ - vbmmb v.'.e^v "^XjjQK?
FIDELITY LOAN CO. t
529 Mason building.
(26 West Fourth street, cor. Broadway.
Home phone F7121; Broadway 6171.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED BALAR-
Ied persons on their own note, without secur
ity, without any publicity, without Indorsers,
without delay. Our rates are positively the
lowest In the city. No objectionable Inquiries
are made, and considerate treatment guaran
teed. Loans repayable In easy Installments.
Also loan or buy real estate contracts, sec
ond mortgages, local stocks and other securi
ties at reasonable rates. COMMERCIAL DIS
COUNT CO., 628-629 Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN—EASY TBRMB. CLKVB
land & Cleveland. 434 H. W. Hellman bldg.
A 3083: Main 6986. < ■•
ATTO RN EYB.AT.LAW L -_
MARRIAGE ANi-< PROUATB L.AWS. NO FEUd
without succesu. E. P. MOREY, 521 Stlmson,
Third and Spring. Phone 6718. Open oven
'- Ings, -i .-..■■■ i ■■ ■*. ' ■ ' - * ' ■■ ■
riiEE CONSULTATION, MARRIAGE LAWS,
prompt experienced; evenings. Attorney and
notary, 115V4 N. Broadway, room 3. .-.•; " ■'
JOHN* '- WOOD. ATTORNEY. NOTARI
public. Advice free. 414 Douglas building.
PALMIBT3 AND MEDIUMS^
DR. QREE.N. CLAIRVOYANT. BUSINESS
medium, give- life readings dally; test cir
cles W-!ne»lay evenings, I' o'clock, I «»••
ROOM 18 119,, P SPRING ST. ' ''
BUILDING. CONTRACTORS, CESSPOOLS,
brick walls and chimney work. Call Boyle
38«; Home 41317. Residence 2821 EAST SEC
OND STREET. , . -
LCNQ BEACH . J_
NEATLY FURNISHED ROoITfOR gentle
v man. one block from ocean and postoffice. 44
AMERICAN AVENUE '.<-■- !■ --■>-.■.»■■•.■-i i
shoe;repair)no t ' ;
MEN'S SOLKB.MC;" LADIES'. 3SC; CHILD'S,
I We; good leather.<; U« yW. FOURTH ST.
41/ WEST FIFTH ST. Established IS^iS...
- f:j Opposite Central' park.
/7]'^* ■' 11 r ** street. A thorough .
jy^ iS&Zj&m business college.
fiar t Homelike and beautiful. . Choice loca
LA CONSERVATORY O?
• JTk. MUSIC AND ARTS.
Main 4403. ' /:::; AKS»..
L. J. Valentine. Prr«. 327 M: S. Sprlua: St.
Practice claviers for rent.
f CO9 BOUTH HILL BT. Day and evening.
HEALD'S SUSIN'KSs^OLLEhR^ >
Oldcs'. arc largest in California. < -
«14 a. Orand Hve J. W. LACKEY. Mitr.
FOR EXCHANGE-S-ROOM RESIDENCE, IN
dlana manufacturing town, 13000, incumbcrert
$r»50; want rooming house, lots, land or -
TO BUY, ?KLL UK KXCHANIiE I'HOPKKIf:
CO to BEN WHITE, 104 Eryson block. Secoal
and Spring utreeta. - -
TO THE PUBLIC-w9~AIIE~THANKFUL
for all that has been done. We have estab
lished a sheltering Arms Home for colored
women and children at 3232 Dayton avenue,
where we are helping our unfortunate, home
less, friendless, erring sisters, and our aged
and decrepit ones.
We ask your aid In such way as you sco
proper to help us after you Investigate our
Work, We feel and know how to reach very .
many of our race. Will you come and see^us
and help us. with food, clothing, fuel an.l
money? MRS MAMIE F. TURNER, man
ager. ■■ 29-30-31-1
??50 WITH SERVICE, BUYS Vi INTEREST
In old established Broadway cash business;
this will pay £150 per month as your part;
owner has been established .'! years, and will
teach sober, Industrious man the business..
This is your opportunity to Join a paying bus
iness with small capital. Call room 4, 244'j
8. BROADWAY. " .
BUY HERE AT FACTORY PRICES. 810
assortment. Umbrellas recovered and mad«
to order. 117 WEST FOURTH ST., new
WHEN YOUR HOUSE NEEDS PAINTING,
papering or tinting call up K. B. GEISER,
629 South Flower street. Phono 17351; Main
3838. - . ■ • -- ..-,
cIV-skin SHOE FACTORY, MAKERS or
all styles In elk-skin shoes, and special
orders, 12 to >5; fine repairing. 806 W. 7TH.
ICOO NICELY PRINTED BUSINESS CARDS.
11.60. In boxes; other printing in proportion.
E. J. ELSON CO., 12114 South Broadway. ;
I WILL DO YOUR MOVING CHEAP OH I
rent you team and large hay wagon for 14 * ■-
oar. 1701 TEMPLE. Home phone 82617.
PAPEHINO. $2.75; ROOM PAINTING. II.SO;
tinting. 11.85. Tel. E3MS; Sunset Temple 217.
F. B. BROWN. 1910 Temple street. '■
W. T. WOODS WILL KORM A CLASH FOII
beginners In dancing Monday evening, Janu
ary 6. 748 8. FIGUEROA ST. " - '
BUSINESS REVERSES CAUSE ME TO SELL
my new upright piano. Call 833 CROCKER
ST. Bdwy. 2914. , . ■'■ ■'■"Np.'4".
lOK SALE-GOLDFIELD. •
WHAT ABOUT ITT
Eiropa-ItaMaffl lestairait •
WILL SERVE A SPECIAL
Hew Year . liner
This will be a first-class dinner and will
be served from 11:30 to 8:30 p. m. Tables
' will be reserved. Phone Home F7335, Sunset
Main 90iM. Private rooms. 312 W. < Seventh _
«t.. between Broadway and Hill ate.
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
Second and Spring streets.
United States and Foreign Patents.
Preliminary examinations. . *
G. E. HARFHAM gets patents, INVEN
tions financed; 25 years' experience. 411 S.
Main. R. 484. Patent litigation. ■ -
THE OCCIDENTAL MATRIMONIAL AOEN
cy—Sincere and reliable. No publicity. Largo
and select list. Call or send 0 cAnts for In- -
formation. MINNIE DEAN. 412 .S. Hops
street, Los Angeles. . > ■ • : '
WANTED—TO CONSULT A LADY OR GEN
tleman who undeistande hypnotism and raes
m>rlsm. Address BOX 1097. Herald.
STOVE REPAIRS K^i
CASTINGS FOR ANY KIND OF STOVB BE-.
miring a specialty; water backs connected;
bring your old pieces. GOULD, 208 N. ALA- ■
MEDA. Broadway 1827. * - ;
FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES' FORCE THE ■
rale of my new piano for cash at once. Call
253 3. GRIFFIN AYE. East 1282.
DrT'fRANK STEVENS, "FOR "li YEARS "AX >
J24H S. Spring, now room 205 Security bldg .
8. E. cor. Fifth and Spring. Phone Main 24.13. .
BATHS AND MASSAGE .
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE. 220 FRANKLIN ST., '
room 6. Btthi and massage. ' New attendant. *
a, ■ MB. BUSINESS MAN ♦
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