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Maximum temperature 68.
Minimum temperature 62. \
Rainfall past 24 hours .52 Inch.
Rainfall for season 11.47 Inches.
Rainfall last season, to date, 19.17.
Past 24 To date,
Station. hours, seasonal, normal.
Eureka i 0.08 82.65 41.66
Reel muff 0.02 18.95 22.81
Sacramento 0.04 11.62 , 18.67
Mi. Tamalapals 0.10 22.65 22.28
Pan Francisco 0.05 10.61 20.98
San Jose 0.11 10.98 20.91
Fresno '. 0.72 6.93 8.63
Independence 6.29 8.60
San Luis Obispo 0.08 ' 17.82 . 18.91
Los Angeles 0.62 11.47 14.92
ban Diego ...0,34 8.38 9.40
Weather Conditions ,'■
By Associated Press. 7 (
BAN FRANCISCO, April 22.—Generous rains
hevo fallen throughout the state.. In the San
Joaquin valley the rainfall has been heaviest,
exceeding half an inch. Along the southern
coast amounts varying from a quarter to half
ar. inch are reported. A light snow is falling
In the sierras and conditions are favorable
for more snow in that region. The weather
Is cool throughout the state, with temperatures
11 degrees or more below the normal. Winds
are generally from the south. Conditions are
still , favorable for showers In most of the
Los Angeles and vicinity—Showers Thursday;
fresh southwest winds, n
San Francisco and vicinity—Cloudy Thursday
with occasional showers; fresh southwest
Santa Clara valley—Showers Thursday; fresh
Sacramento valley—Showers Thursday; fresh
San Joaquin Showers Thursday; fresh
southwest winds. '
DARNELL-SCOTT—Curtin Darnell.' age 31,
native of Kansas, and Lockey 8. Scott, age
27. native of Kansas; residents of Brawley.
DEL GREGIO-FEA—Martin del Greglo,' age
2D, native of Italy, and Annie Fea. age 17,
native of California; residents of Brawley.
FALLERT-HARDINO-Joseph A. Fallert, age
21. native of Nebraska, and Minnie M. Hard
ing, age 18, native of California; resdlents of
CONCANNON-CONDIFF-Honry W. Concon
non, age 24, native of Illinois, and Pearl
Condlff, age 18, native of Iowa; residents of
OOl'X-FOULK—Lawrence A. Ooux, age 19.
and Genevieve Foulk, age IS; natives of
California and residents of Santa Barbara,
CLAVERIE-ETCHEVERRY — John Claverle,
age 38, native of France and resident of Po
mona, and' Louise Etcheverry, age 27, native
' of France and resident of Los Angeles.
THORPE-DUNIER—George L. Thorpe, age 47,
native of Illinois, and Jennlo E. Dunler, age
33, native of Switzerland; residents of Los
SLOAT-AUGUSTAVO-Harry W. Sloat, age 26,
native of Massachusetts, and Elizabeth O.
Auguslavo, age 25, native of Canada; resi
dents of Seattle.
BCOTT-FOLLANDORE— Harry T. Scott, age
23, native of New York, and Maude F. Fol
landore, age 18, native of Germany; both
risldents of Los Angeles.
A.SMI'S-JAECKLK—WiIIiam G. Asmus, age 39,
native of New York and resident of Los An
geles, and Anna • Jaeckle, ago 39, native of
Germany and resident of Buffalo.
FREEMAN-HlLL—Dwlght C. Freeman, age 21,
native of California, and Jeanette Hill, age
I!,', native of Iowa; residents of Santa Monica.
LOEWENSTEIN-LOWENSTEIN — Alfred A.
Loewensteln, age 25, and Elizabeth D. Loe
wensteln, age 31; natives of Illinois; residents
cf Los Angeles.
MORGAN-ERICKBON—SamueI •E. Morgan,
age 22, native of Tennessee, and Hannah
Erlekson, age 21, native of Sweden; residents
of Los Angeles.
3.LOYD-CERRC— Robert R. Lloyd, ago 82, na
tive of California, and Martha M. E. Cerro,
age 19, native of California; residents of
«. I.os Angeles.
GWYN-JONES—Lewis F. Gwyn, age 36. native
of North Carolina and resident of Los Ange
les, and Minnie Jones, age 21, native of
| Texas and resident of Long Beach. .
HLODGETT-ALLENSWORTH—Louis M. Blod-
I giii, nee 29, native of South Carolina, and
| Nells K. Allenßworth, ago 25, native of Ken
-1 tucky; residents of Los Angeles
PARTLETT-JACKMAN—Bert M. Bartlett,
aged 30, native of Maine, and Ethel M. Jack
man, age 20, native of Ohio; residents of
MERTENS-HOFFMAN—Michael J. Mortens,
ego 26. native of Wisconsin, and Florence
Hoffman, age 17, native of Illinois; residents
of Los Angeles.
CASS A VII.LE-NORNACERI—MareeIIo Cassa
vllle, age 25, native of Italy, and Maria Nor
nacerl, age 32, native of Italy; residents of
Los Angeles. '
I.OVE-PRESTON—James A. Love, age 42, na
tive of Maine and resident of San Pedro, and
Sadie Preston, age 36, native of lowa and
resldont of Los Angeles.
'HOLS-HOUSE—Matt Echols, age 86, native
of Georgia and resident of Venice, and Mar
tha L. House, age 32. native of Texas and
resident of Los Angeles. _
MANGER—To William and Ida Manger (nee
Baum), 1567 East Forty-seventh.
MEHARRY—To Jay Sheridan and Zunella Dee
' Meharry (nee Elliot), California hospital;
residence Soldiers' Home.
MOORE—To Grant and Cora Belle Mooro (nee
Rhodes). 1642 Ingraham street.
O'BAN lON—To Ansel Edward and Lulu Myr
tle O'Banlon (nee Bishop), 1148 Temple.
OLMSTED— George W. and Clara T. Olm
sted (nee Simmons), 312 East Twenty-third. '
POPOWITZ— Wldak and Stoa Popowitz
(neo Lakloewltz), 706 College.
RICE— Ralph Lester and Mabel Eleanor
Rice (nee Burnette), 1144 Angelina.
SLAUOHT—To Walter Wayland and Clara Fe
lix SlaUght (nee Herges), 433 Towne avenue.
EPRAOUE —To George F. and Elzenla Gert
rude Sprague (nee Pltner), Los Angeles Ma
ternity hospital.' •
STOKES— William R. and Mary Elizabeth
Stokes (nee Gray), 239 North Chicago.
BRAUNWALDER—To John and Helen Braun
walder (neo Mcintosh), 1600 South Hope. .
BYRON—To William and Margaret Byron (nee
Laughlin), 742 East Pico. ■
CALLAHAN—To Edmond James and May Ella
Callahan (nee Sennott). 8725 Downey avenue.
DAVIDSON—To Har Burton and Clara David
son (nee Trlostl), 607 Fair View avenue.
DELGROSSO—To Joseph and Santa Delgrosso
i (nee Forraro), 836 Rosabel. < . .»
FOX—To Charles James, Jr., and Constance
Annie Fox (nee Prager), 116 North Union
" . avenue.
GARR— William P. and Emma J. Garr (nee
Waltzhelmer), 802 East Vernon avenue.
GUSTAFSON—To Richard and Julia Gustaf
son (nee Pearson), 2316 F street, Edendale.
HOUSTON—To Calvin and Margaret J. Hous
ton (neo Blckmore), 317 Fayette. :,
LYON— Christopher -Carl and Ruth Lyon
(nee Osterwell), 1681 West Twenty-ninth.
MIXON— Charles T. and Lydla M. Mlxon
- (nee Koch). Eagle Rock avenue. ..
ADAMS—Charles Eels Adams. 69 years, mar
ried, native of New York, 232 West Forty
second place; organic heart disease; ; crema
tion. -' !'-.-' '■' ' ■ *' ■' '•■,
BEASEY— , Beasey. ,85 years, widower,
' native 'of Pennsylvania, 1271 Eaut Forty
seventh place; locomotor ataxia. • . ■
COUCH—Charles A. Couch, 60 years, married,
native of New York, 2945 Brighton! avenue;
DONNELY—John H. Donnely, 40 ycaus, 905 S.
Main street; valvular disease of heart.
DUNCAN—Mrs.. Martha M. Duncan, 60 years,
widow, native of North Carolina; county hos
pital; accidental burning.
MlTANl—Masatchl . Mltanl, 23 years, single,
native of Japan, 432 Lafayette street! typhoid
PETERSON—CharIeB Peterson. 60 years, wid
ower, native of Sweden, 110 East Washington
- street; accidental burns. - V .
BANDS-Mrs. Eliza Little Sands, 90 years,
' widow,. native of New York, ■ Mrs. Talbott's
sanitarium; old age. '■' > .
, WALKER+Charles Arthur Walker, 5 months,
native' of California, 1753 Morton avenue;
HERALD WANT ADS. READ BY THE THOUSANDS
%;Sl WANTED ■ -7^7^
Red Cross Employment Agency
184 East Second Street.
Main '820. Home A 7680. v
WE FURNISH RELIABLE HELP _>
OF AIX KINDS. CALL ON •
US FOR ALL HELP AND
WORK. WE HAVE ONE OF
THE LARGEST SELECTIONS
OF HELP AND WORK
IN THE CITY
Hotel nnd restanrant help too num
, erous to mention. Call and see our bill
' boards. . - -'
WiTED -=" HELP
HANSEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
C. W. JENKB & CO., 104 East Second
street, Los Angeles, Cat Both phones,
Home A 4869; Main 181.
Carefully selected male and female
help of all descriptions and nationalities
I MADE $50,000 IN FIVE YEARS IN THE
mall order business, and began with only a
few dollars. There are unusual opportuni
ties for making money today, and It Is not
difficult to begin. If you have even small
capital and want to start a mall order busi
ness of your own, send for my free booklet.
It tells how to make money. Address PUB
LISHER THE MAIL ORDER WORLD, Box
1022, Lookport, N. Y. £
WANTED — ADVERTISING SOLICITORS.
Good positions for bright, capable, ener
getic men of good addreha. Quick promo
tion to those deserving It. Splendid op
portunity for the right men. Apply be
tween • end 10 a. m. nnlv. to ADVER
TISING MANAGER HERALD. Los An
WANTED-EXPERIENCED MAN FOR So
liciting of high character—not books nor
stocks: high grade and high priced man
necessary; quick and substantial returns;
highest references required. Address BOX
4431, Herald. ■ __
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE; SlTU
atlona guaranteed. MOLER SYSTEM COL
LEGE, 113 East Second street. -
WANTED—2 SOLICITORS- FOR ENLARGED
pictures: big, quick money. Apply at 427
E. NINTH BT. \ ________
PANAMA AND * KELT HATS CLEANED,
blocked, BOc up. Factory 114 S. Broadway.
WANTED—STEADY WAITER; MUST BE
an experienced man. 121 8. BROADWAY.
WANTED—3 MEN AT ONCE, SOME SOLIC
111ng. Inquire at 425 E. NINTH ST.
SCHOOL GIRL TO HELP IN HOUSE
work for room and board; or girl to work
for small wages, three In family. Home
WANTED—GIRLS TO MAKE BERRY
baskets. LOS ANGELES BASKET CO.
Sunset phone Giendale 1403.
SITUATION WANTED— GIVE $25
bonus to anyone securing me situation;
am German man, handy with all kinds of
tools; can take care of horses) am careful
driver. Address BOX 4514, Herald.
WILL WORK FOR SALARY AND COM
mission: wide experience as correspond
ent stenographer, general office man and
solicitor. Address BOX 4513, Herald.
WANTED—FIRST CLASS CARPENTER AND
designer wants to build for private parties.
Phone SOUTH 3908. _________
WANTED—LAUNDRY TO BRING HOME, OR
day work. Phone Main 8188. MRS. MARY
CHATMAN. ' ■
WANTED— WISHES WASHING
v and ironing to bring home. Phone
BROADWAY 8494. ;
WANTED - COLORED WOMAN WANTS
chamber work by the week. Phone BROAD
Work by the Day
WANTED— TAKE LAUNDRY HOME
by piece or dozen; good work, give refer
ences. MAIN 6730. ' «
WANTED—TO BUY FURNITURE ANU
household goods. , If you are going to sell
we will pay you one-third more than
others. Phone us, Main 1117; Home
FSI7I. COLYEAR FURNITURE CO., 60».
til South Main street,
Real Estate iSm
WAN TED-SMALL RANCHES IN EX*
change for city property; clear and equities.
BALL & CALKINS, 135 Stlmson bldg.; Main
MONEY TO LOAN '
anoa, horses, wagons, carriages, cattle,
etc.. without removal from your posses
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
829 Mason building.
126 West Fourth street, cor. Broadway.
Home phone F7421; Broadway till
MONEY TO LOAN—WE HAVE $500 TO $10,000
to loan In sums to suit at ruling rate of In
terest on first class security. E. B. VAN
HORNE & CO., 508-9 Grant bldg. A 9185; Main
MONEY TO LOAN—WE HAVE MONEY IN
sums of $500 to $10,000 to loan on good
mortgages. If your security is all right
no trouble to make the loans.
E. B. VAN HORNE & CO.,
Main 952, A 9185. 508-609 Grant bldg.
TO LOAN— OR LESS AT CURRENT
rates, on Improped property; no delay if se
curity Is ample. *
LOUIS K. WEBB, 900 W. Tenth st.
Home 63028; Broadway 3608.
DON'T MERELY EXIST. LIVE I '
Money loaned all "SALARY" employes.
Lowest rates In city. Call and see
THE STATE LOAN CO.,
811-612 Grosse bldg., 6th & Spring sts.
SALARY LOANSI BALARY LOANsI
No indorserl No publicity I
THE NATIONAL LOAN CO., --
619-520 Bryson blk.. 2d and Spring sts.
MONEY LOANED TO SALARIED PEO
ple; confidential. .MUTUAL TRUST CO..
421 Bullard blk. - '
SCIENTIFIC CHIROPODIST; USING MOST
approved methods; satisfaction. assured.
Mrs. M. E. Wilbur, suite 23, . 423 hi &
Spring, - .••'-•
. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ',
UNUSUAL OPENING. . DON'T BOTHER UN
less you have $1500 cash and good reference.
If ' you fill ■ the requirements, ■ lt Is worthy
your Investigation, -.v. We. are requested ,to
look out for desirable , gentleman to Join :In
co-partnership, handling all branches better-
I class property. General. brokerage, renting
houses, stores, hotels, flats, cottages, storage
plants, factories . and fire * Insurance busi
ness; experience unnecessary.-- Business and
bank reference. t Bee PHOENIX, 202 and 204
.Grant building, : ; ■ . i 7, ■■-.:"'■-
WHAT WOULD YOU BUY OR SELL $300 TO
$1,000,0007 Manufacturing of all kinds; stores,
hotels, copper mines and „as heating, lighting
investments. Come see largest general deal-
I ers and get list high-class profitable business
opening. . See PHOENIX REALTY CO., 355
,;,South Broadway. :> '.-. -•-,.:. ,"■ „'-.*,. ;
A STORE BUILDING, WITH -LIVING
rooms and a stock of mixed goods, to ex
change for small cottage - and a - little
cash; must he clear; by owner. Tel: E3645
or BOX 4512, Herald. . -| <
FOR ■ SALE—RETAIL ; BAKERY ROUTE,
good horses ami wagon; profits $25 >week-
iS ly. SLOAT,, 711 W. Washington. Bt'tt.
»__-. ill ■mm■ i i ißi —iiii-ii ml ■ i ~Ti n lift :r :■'*"■'.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1908.-
TELEPHONES: MAIN 11061 F4631.
Rooms 814-816 Severance bldg.
Northwest corner Sixth and Main streets.
It la our business to put people In business.
Barber shop, beach, 6 chairs $1000
10-chalr shop, centrally located.. offer
Small grocery and craekerjack..s 450
Confectionery, southwest, soda fountain. 600
Cigar stand, saloon front, $300 stock MO
Confectionery, part cash, balance terms;
Meat market, $50 a day; cheap rent 550
Fruits and confectionery 200
POST CARD STORE
Fcst card business, beach town, already to
open; price $325, actual cost of equipment;
season will open two months earlier this
summer; must sell. I did all the work,
you get the benefit; good reasons for sell
ing. See my agents, LEAHY & SON.
MILK AND CREAMERY BUSINESS
$2000— Fine milk and creamery business
In «lty in good location, this invades 18
. cows, mostly Jersey; fine horse and milk
wagon, cans and bottles and everything
for an up-to-date creamery. Owner has
best reasons for selling; cheap rent, big
Bakery route, craekerjack; handles bread,
pies, cakes, cookies and doughtnuts; clears
$18 a week; 100 regular customers; price $250;
Bakery, nearby town; little competition;
wholesale and retail; no wagon; $30 a day
business; low rent,-with good lease. Do you
know the value of a bakery? It so, I want
you to see this If you are a prospective
buyer. LEAHY & BON.
Are you looking for a bakery? If so, here
Is one In the best location In the city, clear
ing about $30 a week; price only $500; small
stock of groceries and cigars.
$500—Blacksmith shop; snap. Leahy & Son.
Large well-established grocery business
In nearby town, average sales for last
month were $4100; running expenses very
light; rent only $27.00; valuable lease;
equipment the best. If you mean business
Investigate at once. Price $6000. Bee
. my agents,
LEAHY & SON.
$200 $200 $200 $200
Cigar stand, a real bargain. Now Is
your time to buy a cigar stand, pleasant
weather; solid oak fixtures, mirrors, cigar
lighter, light free; rent cheap, 4 years'
lease; rent paid until May, 1 Included.
Hurry If you want lt. Owner says I must
sell; now is your time to buy cheap.
LEAHY & BON.
HARDWARE AND VARIETY STORE
Hardware, crockery and variety store,
near-by town; It's a money maker; big
store room, rent $40; old and well estab
lished business; can show you big profit,
half. Are you looking for a good busi
ness t prospective purchasers Investigate.
Price $3000; cheap.
$3500 will put you Into an old estab
lished confectionery store and soda foun
tain In a fine location; population 10.000.
This Is In a swell neighboring town; cheap
rent; last year's business exceeded $10,
-000 and Increasing right along. Owner
has other business which requires his at
tention. See LEAHY & SON.
$500 for an up-to-date meat market. In a
nicely located grocery store; rent Is only $15,
with 4 years' lease; no extra expenses for de
livering or soliciting, but simply take In the
money; this Includes large $350. Ice box, To
ledo computing scales, meat blocks and. In
fact, everything necessary for an up-to-date
RESTAURANT AND DELICATESSEN
Restaurant and delicatessen In a location
that caters to a particular class of trade
that Is very profitable; long lease, cheap
rent. Including 3 living rooms. This is a
place that will stand Investigation for the
price asked, $750, Including cash register,
steam counter and everything necessary for
business, or will exchange for a good lot
If the price Is right.
Restaurant and delicatessen, best In this
city for price asked: doing a business of $30
to $40 a day; everything complete and up to
date; fine range and Ice box; the best small
stock of groceries; price $750. Hurry. LEAHY
& SON. i 7-7 :;-;'■<'i-</.j!*'
My meat market doing an average business
of $50 a day, mostly cash; very 'desirable
neighborhood, where I have been for six
years; have Al cash trade of this section;
rent only $15 a month; pi-Ice $900 for every
thing; am going east on a , visit. See my
agents, LEAHY & SON.
LUNCH ROOM AND RESTAURANTS
A BUSINESS PROPOSITION
For good city property and some 'cash
1 will turn over my old-established cen
trally located lunch room In the city;
seats over 100 people, average business of
$176 a day, guaranteed; will prove it to a
person meaning business; 3 years' lease on
property; cheap rent. Price $6000; up-to
date equipments. LEAHY & SON.
Restaurant men, here Is one of the oldest
established restaurants in San Pedro, doing
a cash business of $15 a day; present owner
been there for several years and has made
lots of money; has cheap rent with unexpired
lease of 3 years yet to .un; willing to sell
for $800; worth double v - See my agents,
LEAHY & SON.
$350 will put you Into a fine 28-stool
' lunch counter. In a location that caters
to a particular class of trade that is very
profitable; rent Is only $30 with 3 years'
lease; receipts will run $35 per day and
over. Good reason for selling. See
LEAHY & SON, Sole Agents.
For exchange— Grocery, nearby town, for a
good lot and some cash, or equity In cot
tage up to $500; rent $20; 76 regular cus
tomers; business $35 a day; 2 living rooms;
must make a change at once on account of
sickness. Price $1000. See LEAHY & SON.
ROOMING AND APARTMENT HOUSES
Rooming house, San Pedro, for equity
In cottage. ' Price $1600.
Have lease on 60-room apartment house,
furnished; last month's rent " paid; rooms
filled; everything now; clears $100 a month;
looms In suites and easily kept. I will take
$550 for what, I own. Including last months'
tent.! A bargain. Jump at It. ;
26-room rooming house In a good location
In beach town; fine brick building, in the
center of city; owner Is deaf, must sell at
once; price $1600, half cash, terms on bal
ance, or will exchange for good city prop
erty. Don't miss this,.as it will stand In
We have a line hotel In a neighboring
town that has big prospects, party wants
to sell building anil furniture for 20 liv
ing rooms. Price only $15,000, : Including
furniture for 20 living rooms, or will sell
furniture separate for $2000. Look Into
this;,lt. will stand strictest investigation.
V BUSINESS PROPOSITIONS FOR
EXCHANGE :', »•.'.-.■ >-.£
Wanted, 15 to 20-acre ranch, must be near
Los Angeles on electrio line; house, etc., not
necessary; i grocery is a > money maker, $40
- a day cash; horse and wagon; invoice about
$1600; three living rooms. Call or send par
ticulars. of ranch at once; call If possible.
10-room home ' for - ranch;' price : $5000,
furnished;' lot ' 103x150:" modern %in - every
respect. LEAHY & BON. - .' -■
WANTED " ->'--
CHICKEN BANCH MWWWWBH
Will pay $300 down for good chicken
ranch, on electric line, of 1 to 5 acres. See
LEAHY & BON, - . -
FOR EXCHANGES '
■ :, ..... ..-.. .. ..,. ;(-.-..;. «;.
' . See RICHARDSON, the Swap Man. .
After trying. other agents
. without success, " consult
LEAHY i* SON, Sixth and Main IUT
TO LET—$25 PER MONTH. INCLUDING
water; modern 5-room cottage and reception
hall; 1807 Hoover st., near Eighteenth. E. B.
VAN HORNE & CO., 508-9 Grant bldg. A 9185;
m * ■ ——____________.
TO LET-MODERN 6-ROOM COTTAGE, 1064
W. Jefferson street; rent $20. OWNER, 3538
S. Flower street. Phone South 3419; In the
FOR RENT6-ROOM HOUSE, HIGHLAND
Park, 127 Avenue 69. $12.60; bath, gas,
pantry; small place $5 a month. EAST
TO LET—6-ROOM MODERN UNFURNISHED
house; suitable for fruit, garden and chick
ens. Call at 1050 W. 17111 ST. 82226; $25.
FOR RENT S 7, $10, $12. $15, NEW COT
tagea. 1616 E. 35T11, cor. Watts Local
TO LET—I67O E. ADAMS ST.. 7 ROOMS,
$20; 4 rooms. $12; * rooms, $15. Hooper
COTTAGES, $8, $14, $20; FURNISHED, $16,
$25. Keys 1671 E. ADAMS. Hooper car.
TO LET-2211 COURT, NEAR ALVARADO, I
rooms, $10, or $20 paymenls buys lt; $1650.
. ' ___—__—.
TO LET-NEW. MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE;
323 N. CHICAGO ST. A
TO LET — MODERN HOUSEKEEPING
apartments, furnished complete: new, Mom
In. no car far*: $12—204 N. Fremont at., 1141
W. Ist st.; $14—1028 and 1133 W. Ist, 1603 and
1011 m. 9th, 836 Crocker, 712 Ceres, 134 8.
Flgueroa, 160 N. Beaudry, 911 Diamond, 1020
Colton, $17— W. Fourth, 212, 218 and 222
N. Fremont; $16—1137 Went Ist; $20-1126
Mignonette It. T. WIESENDANGEH, 207
8. Broadway. Main 2043.
NEATLY FURNISHED OUTSIDE ROOMS,
clone In, very quiet neighborhood, $1.00
to $3 per week. 326 BOYD. Phone A 4767.
TO LET—FLEET WEEK, NO INCREA3
ing rates, everything for housekeeping
provided by the day, week or month;
beautiful, light, bright, sunny rooms; new
housVs, walking distance. THE/ GOLDEN
WEST APARTMENTS, 917 W- 6th St.,
near Flgueroa. '
TO LET—CALL AND SEE MY NEWLY
furnished single rooms, 906 S. GRAND;
Iron beds, hot and cold water; $2 per
week and up. F6097. -
TO LET—$2 UP; TRANSIENT AND
housekeeping rooms; northwest corner
EAST FIRST AND DOYLE. Phones
D 1336. Boyle 339.
TO LET—ONE -OR TWO FURNISHED
rooms, with use of kitchen; quiet street,
southwest. Phone West 3707, or call 1937
TO LET—I3O4 ALBANY, COR. WEST PICO;
2 or 3 nice, clean rooms, furnished for light
housekeeping: modern. PHONE A 8336.
TO LET—FURNISHED 3 LARGE SUNNY
rooms; gas, phone, good location. South
3081. 134 WEST 22D.
TO LET—FURNISHED COTTAGES, $14,
$16, $26: 7 rooms $30. 1670 E. ADAMS.
to LET—CLEAN. SUNNY HOUSEKEEP
ing rooms, 413 W. 12TH, near Grand aye.
Phone F5006. ■
Rooms and Board
WANTED-ROOMERS: HAVE ROOM AND
board for four men or ladles at reasonable
rates In homelike modern house on Hobart
boulevard, quick 6-cent car service, fine
neighborhood: all conveniences. Address
BOX 4428 Herald, city. .
THE MOORE— ROOMS; ELEGANT
table board; walking distance to business
center. New management. 1001 WEST
FOR RENT— NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
with board; new and modern. 1140 W.
THIRTIETH. West 1065.
TO LET—FIVE ROOMS, UPPER STORY,
furnished, fronting on .Hollenbeck park;
two car lines, 10 minutes to center; pret
tiest location on park. Phones BOYLE
1205 or A 6862. /
TO LET—ONE BEAUTIFUL 3-ROOM SUITE,
$20 per month. • One room, $10 per month.
Everything for comfort and convenience. THE
ALGONQUIN FLATS, Pico and Hill streets.
Stores and Offices
TO LET—DESK ROOM, DESK AND BOTH
phones, $6. 135 STIMSON BLDG,
MISS HARRIET E. LAMB. MAGNETIC
PRACTITIONER, WILL BE PLEASED
TO MEET ALL HER OLD PATIENTS,
AND NEW ONES WILL FIND THAT
THEY ARE GETTING INTO THE RIGHT
PLACE. ROOMS 30 AND SI, 423 ii 8.
DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCESSFULLY
treat monthl:-' ii regularities and all female
complaint- by Improved method- that are
POSITIVELY GUARANTEED In every case.
20 years experience; consultation free. Hours,
t a. r.t. to S p. m. ; Sundays. 1* to 12 a. m.
£04 MERCANTILE PLACE, over 643 S. Spring
PERSONAL—DR. CLARK, SURGEON, Dis
eases of women, Irregularities; specialist.
San Fernando bldg.. Main and Fourth;
DR. TAYLOR— PHYSICIAN AND
obstetrics. 415. S. SPRING ST.
VIBRATION, ALCOHOL, OIL, SHAMPOO
ing; face and scalp treatments. Hours 10
to 10. 264 E. FIFTH ST., room 6.
ELECTRIC VIBRATOR, ALCOHOL AND
oil treatments for nervousness and rheu
matlsm. 848 8. BROADWAY.
hair goods below cost; switches 98c up;
Janes 98c; puffs 25c; puffs made from
combing, 20c. 327 ii S. SPRING ST.
MATTRESS MAKING, FEATHER BED
ding renovated. GLOBE BEDDING CO.,
632 E. Fifth street. Main 2985.
WE CLEAN THEM OUT: NO CHARGE
tor digging or disinfecting; full size tanks;
no waiting; 5 teams. Over 2 years' ex
perience In this city and highly recom
mended. Phones 69146. , TEMPLE 593.
it pays to have them oleaned out by the
IMPERIAL PUMP CO, Res. It.'l W.
10th. , Home 22040, West SIM. •
\t ■:'*■,' - AUCTIONS '
MONDAY, '.WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY
654 S. MAIN ST.. AT. > P. M.
We pay the highest price for second-hand
furniture.' Take all goods on consignment;
• satisfaction guaranteed. '.We also sell horses
and vehicles at auction on large lot In rear
ot store. ■"',■:.: ■■;'.:"■■ .■.'."■.".-:
'.-•*lf you have anything In this lino bring
it to US. »: v •-■■-"•'■■ V ' ■'« -"-'- ■■'- ' ' -.-"••-
I L. .'-. AUCTION AND COMMISSION HOUSE.
W. T. MOXLEY & SON. Auctioneers,
LOST, AND FOUND 7;
LOST—A ' VALUABLE •'. DARK SPOTTED
• coach bitch; anybody ? returning to f 644
W. 18TI1 ST. 'will receive reward. \
FOR SALE '
City Lots and Lands
FROM OUR OFFICE—
, ■ MANCHESTER HEIGHTS.
Take Redondo car marked "Strawberry
Park" In front of our office, tell conductor
to let you off at Manchester avenue.
$40,000 has been expended in permanent
Improvements In this subdivision, such as
cement curbs and walks, grading, oiling,
parkways, all lined with beautiful Cali
fornia pine trees; a water system which
furnishes a bountiful supply piped through
all alleys; a $7000 church Just completed
and many nice homes going up. Don't
wait until prices have climbed beyond your
Is the most sought for tract on the mar
ket today, and will soon be closed out. It
lies at the southwest corner of Vermont
and Manchester avenues, high and sightly,
commanding a superb view, with fertile,
well-drained soil; $14,000 public school one
block away. Go early and make your
selection before the best are taken.
LARGE LOTS AT SMALL PRICES
Manchester Heights lots are the highest
class property fcr the least money on the
market today; It lies Just without the city
limits of Los Angeles, and has the services
of two electric car lines. The elevation
gives a clear view of the entire valley sur
rounding Los Angeles and of the moun
tains. Prlcos $300 to $750. Terms $25
down and $10 per month. You will be
, surprised to find the large lots we ore
' able to give you at these low prices. Call
for free tickets and go out
EVERY DAY FROM OUR OFFICE.
OFFICE OPEN SUNDAY
TO GIVE OUT FREE TICKETS.
HOME A 6574. SUNSET MAIN 836.
225 W. SECOND ST.
Lot on Burlington near First st , 40x200.
Suitable for flats or apartments Price
OSCAR B. SMITH,
31:1 O T. Johnson Bldg.,
Cor. Fourth and Broadway.
$1100 Ingraham St., 50x130.
$11X00—Harvard blvd., near Pico, 50x128
$1500Hobart blvd , near Adams, 50x150.
See CHAS. It THEN, with O B. Smith,
313 Johnson bldg , 4th and Broadway.
FOR SALE—SPECIAL: LOT 50x136; WORTH
$500; will sell for $250 cash. Take Hollywood
car; 6c fare to Benefit street. H. GRAHAM.
160-ACRE RANCH, $1250
46 miles from Los Angeles.
Fine, Bandy loam soil.
Altitude 2300 feet.
Artesian well 500 feet deep.
20 acres plowed.
New barn and sheds.
Lumber for house;
Team of good mares and colts.
Now wagons and Implements;
New household furniture.
All for $1250.
Party must leave next week.
Best foundation for a homo and
fortune In Southern California.
This is all cash.
219 Citizens National Bank bldg.,
Third and Main.
A HOME IN LOWER CALIFORNIA.
FINEST CLIMATE ON EARTH!
FROSTLESS CONDITION, FERTILE SOIL
600,000 acres In the best part of Lower
California. Our association has an option
on this fertile tract of land at 60 cents
Greatest opportunity before the public
to secure a home and permanent Income.
Join our colony association on equal terms
with every other member.
LA PROSPERIDAD COLONY ASSOCIA
TION, 535 and 636 Chamber of Commerce
FOR SALE— ACRES OF UNIMPROVED
Imperial valley land; water now there; in
famous district No. 8.
Coachella valley— 4o acres, % mile from
Indio; cleared, no alkali or salt; $80 per
160 acres near Indio; good well; $50 per
270 acres alfalfa land near Chlno; 10
-inch well and pumping plant; small house
and barn: $80 per acre.
C. G. HOLME, Pomona, Cal.
(125 PAYS IT ALL. CALL IN AND LET
us show yon how to get 160 acres line
close-in agriculture or fruit land. Plenty
of water. 623 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
FOR SAI.E-10 ACRES BLACK, RICH SOIL,
$250; $100 cash, balance $10 a month; close to
railroad. Address A. O. JACKSON, Po
mona, Cal. ''
Geverameßt Lamcls \
THE BEST INVESTMENT
Is a piece of the earth Itself. We have
some.government land at original prices,
$1 per acre, In the famous Coachella val
ley, where artesian wells furnish abund
ance of pure water every day in the year.
A few pieces not far from town, worth
$50 per acre. This kind of government
land can't be picked up every day.
' Enough said —see?
Western Gov. Laid Bureau
Water-Bearing Alfalfa, Fruit
and Stock Lands
Phones: AW27B. Bdwy. 2777.
514 Merchants Trust Bldg.
207 South Broadway.
Live Stock, Horses, Mules, Cattle
About 90 head of cows and about 60 head
of sucking calves will be sold by the under
signed at Fairmont, Los Angeles county.
For particulars inquire at Cram's store, Fair
mont, or of McNutt & Hannon; 412 Bullard
bldg., Los Angeles. Cattle can be seen at
Fairmont and tho sale will be made at as
early a date as practicable. Buyers are in
vited to give this immediate attention.
FRANCISCO ESTUDII.I.O, Receiver, Fair
mont, Los Angeles county, Cal.
FOR SALE— ACRE AT ALTADENA
for $600, $50 down and $10 a month. For
Altadena property of any kind see L. M.
PRATT & CO., 608 Laughlin bldg., or Al
tadena office at end of- car line,
Live Stock Poultry, Birds, Doge
FOR . SALE—WHITE LEGHORN LAYING
hens; Wyckoff strain, Blanchard strain;, one
■ 216-egg Incubator. 2272 D ST. Phone Main 4142.
- ■ 7 Miscellaneous
FOR- SALE—AN AUTOMOBILE ROBE,
cabinet hath, fine feather pillows, a mis
• sion desk and one large rug. ; 1140 WEST
7,' THIRTIETH. .^JM___HMn^^l%PS
FOR SALE \
Houses —Ocean Park
FOR SALE-THE BEST NINE-ROOM
house on Navy street, Ocean Park, right
near bath house and Decatur hotel; beau
tifully located for residence; in first class
repair and completely .furnished. One of
the best Income properties at the bench,
now rented at 67 per month. Price
$7000, mortgage $3,100.
Might consider exchange for first class
ROBBINS REALTY CO.. Inc.
Exchange, Insurance, Rentals.
Pier aye.. Ocean Park. Both ■ phones.
FOR SALE—SBOO, A OKEAT BARGAIN;
new 4-room house with furniture; mod
ern conveniences; lot 50x135; 5c fare,
Hollywood car to Benefit st. Inquire at
HANSEN'S PLACE. Home 69362.
FOR SALE—S2IOO BUYS 5-ROOM MOD
ern cottage; $00 down and $20 per
month. Inquire of owner and save com
mission. 328 S. CLARENCE ST., near
Halt, Lake and Santa Fe.
FOR SALE-NEW CALIFORNIA COTTAGE;
4 rooms, toilet, screen porch and shed; lawn,
garden, enclosed with good fence: young _
fruit trees, berries, flowers; good neighbor
hood; 5c fare; prlca $2000. Address OWNER, '
BOX 4186, Herald.
COURT, 2211, NEAR ALVARADO—S E
rooms, $1650, or $25 month buys It; no l
cash payment. *
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FOR FURNISHED COTTAGE, $1800, <
$50 -cash. Key 1571 ADAMS. Hooper car. i
FOR KALE—IS6B E. ADAMS. 6 ROOMS', A .
modern; $3000, $100 down. Hooper cars.
TO LET-2211 COURT, NEAR ALVARADO. 6
rooms, $1600; $100 down; $15 month.
FOR SALE—IS7O E. ADAMS ST.
7 rooms; $3000, $100 down. Hooper cars.
SPECIAL NOTICES i
WRINKLES, SMALLPOX PITS AND ALL
Facial Blemishes Painlessly Removed. Hol
low Cheeks, Thin Necks, Arms, Hands,
Shoulders, Busts rounded out to perfection.
Receding Chins and 111-shaped Noses cor- ,
rected. On account of out contemplated
European trip, we offer special reduced ;
rates on all our treatments until June 1, In
cluding teaching and the sale of our world
renowned formulas, of which wo are the sole
"" owners In this country. NEW YORK IN
STITUTE, Prof, and Madame Steele, B. S.,
829 So. Hope St., Los Angeles. Home phone
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE '
undersigned will not be responsible for any
debts or bills contracted by or for the part
ners composed of the undersigned and S. H.
Duncan and A. A. Duncan, and commonly
known as Duncan Brothers. All persons are
hereby warned not to give any credit to such
co-partners. I* E. RICKER.
Dated this 11th day of April, 1908, I
NOTICE IJ HEREBY GIVEN THAT I IN
tend to apply to the Justices of the supreme
court of California for a recommendation to
the governor for a pardon, and also that 1 .
Intend to apply to the governor for a pardon. j
R. D. JACKSON.
«M»av DR. A. POI.ASKY, OCCULIST AND
_HS»__ optician, formerly of Dcs Moines, la., ■
iBHs -^ is now permanently located in this I
city, with office at 817 W. THIRD ST. 40 I
years' experience. '
-Mg^ Panama and Felt Hats
(5S|9 Cleaned and Blocked.
SSJjMfIQ KINSKI.'S HAT WORKS,
"•afflP^ 145 North Broadway.
THE 'FLORENTINE HAIR COLLEGE
would like all the ladles to bring their comb
ings to be made into puffs, Janes and
switches, 227 MERCANTILE PLACE.
HOMELESS CHILDREN RECEIVED AND
place- '.ti homo for adoption. Apply Rev.
O. V. RICE, superintend- cnildreu Home
society, 2414 Griffin avenue. '.
BUI HERE AT FACTORY PRICES. 810 ;
assortment. Umbrellas recovered and mad*
to order. 11l WEST FOURTH ST., new
Hellmin building. _ '
ELK-SKIN SHOE FACTORY, MAKERS Or" '
all styles In elk-skin shoes, and special
orders, $2 to $5; fine repairing. 208 W. ™H. >
MM CARDS PRINTED BUSINESS CARDS.
$1.60, in boxes; other printing In proportion.
X. J. ElSOir CO.. 121 Vs South Broadway. '
W. T. WOODS WILL FORM A CLASS FOR
beginners in dancing Monday evening, April ■
27. 748 SO. FIGUEROA ST. '
SECOND CHURCH OF.
Simpson Auditorium, 734 S. Hope
street. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and 8
p. m.; sermon from the Christian Science
Quarterly. Subject, "Probation After
Death." Children's Sunday school 9:30 a.
m. Wednesday evening meeting at 8 '
o'clock. Reading rooms, 510-511 Herman
W. Hellman bldg., Spring and Fourth
streets, open dally, Sundays excepted,
from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Large Business Lot.
Three Blocks from Water Front,
Come quick, as this lot is worth $2500
cash and will soon be sold. See owner,
416 UNION TRUST BLDG., 4th and ■
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTB
Q. E. HARPHAM GETS PATENTS. IN
ventlons financed, patent litigation; ii '
years' experience. (17 UNION THUS- .
rATENTS—U. S. AND FOREION. INFOR
mation book free to Inventorr. BROOKS ,
& LIDDERS, 606 L. A. Trust bldg., Id '
and Spring sts.. Los Angeles. Cal.
DIVORCE LAWS, ADVICE FREE, PRI
VATE ALL CASES; NO FEE WITHOUT
SUCCESS. 122 W. SD ST. OFFICE 221.
CALL 2 TO, 6 P. M.
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS, NO FEEd
without success. E. P. MOREY, »21 Stlmson,
Third anil Sprint. Phone 6718. Open oven*
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO..
416-417-41$ San Pedro Street,
Main office 324 South Main.
Phones Main 1117; Home 2154. New and
absolutely fireproof storage; private looked
rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos, fine furni
ture, etc.; trunks, boxes, etc., stored, 360
to 600 per month. We solicit your patron*
age. ' *
LADIES— ASK- YOUR DRUQGIST FOR
Chlcbesters pills, the Diamond brand; for 2C
years known as best, safest, always re
liable. Buy of your druggist; take no other.
Chi.-hosiers Diamond brand pills are sold by
LADIES— LaFRANCO'S COMPOUND;
safe, speedy regulator, 25 cents. Drug
gists or mall. Booklet free. DR. La-
FRANCO. Philadelphia. Pa.
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
medium, gives life readings dally; teat
circles Wednesday evenings, ( o'clock, 26a
: ROOM 1«, 119 8. SPRING ST.
I Incoporated. W. C. Cllne. president, 716
& Olive. TeL Home F2.au; Sunset Main
Who Seldom See Either of
the Other Morning Papers
The Largest and Strongest
.Vacuity in Southern
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
THOMAS H. FILLMORE,
President and Director.
Main Office, 325 Blanchard Building.
Los Angeles. Cal.
Telephones: Home, Ex. 82; Main 0830.
LOS ANGFXES SCHOOL OF ART ANBI
DESIGN. (Incorporated, 21st year,<.
The complete modern art school of
Southern California. Under artist exhib
itors in Europe and America. Open nltl
studios overlooking Westlake park, moun*
tains and ocean. Students enter any time,,
day or evening classes. Cor. Sixth and AI-*
varado. 1.. E. G. MACLEOD, Director,
E1657. Illustrated prospectus.
Tel. Main 5962. From 2 to *,
Pupil of Deszo Nemes.
Hours; 2 to 7 p. m. Dally.
With Da Chauvenet Conservatory of Muilo*
845 So. Figueroa St.
845 So. Figueroa St.
Broadway 8995. Home F-5764.
LYRIC SCHOOL OF
MISS LUELLA M. McCUNH.
732 South Olive at. Los Angeles. Cat,
809 SOUTH HILL ST. Day and evening.
Ul WEST FIFTH ST. Established 11*3.
Opposite Central Park.
LA CONSERVATORY Of
• -T_. MUSIC AND ARTS.
Main 4403. All-!.
K. J. Valentine, Free, 827% S. Spring St.
Practice claviers for rent.
Brownsberger Home School
953-5-7 West Seventh st., Los Angeles.
Bookkeeping and Shorthand Departments.
Telephones: Home E2403, Main 2811.
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE—
Oldest and largest In California. •
014 S. Grand aye. J. W. LACKEY. Mgr.
FOR EXCHANGE—HAVE THE FOLLOW-
Ing property which we will exchange foe
equities in cottages:
Four lots on 65th and 66th sts., neaa
60x150, E. Aye. 40, near Pasadena aye.
55x155, Conners sub. of Johannsen tract,
on Vine st. ,
50x160, alley, Inglewood, near car line.
Also have a number of other good ex
changes to offer.
H. B. VAN HORNE & CO.,
Main 962, A 9186. 608-509 Grant bldg.
TO BUY. SELL OR EXCHANGE PROP"
erty go to BEN WHITE, 304 Bryson bile*
Second and Spring streets.
!1■ ■ t
FIRE CAUSES $35,000 LOSS IN
CAPITAL'S BUSINESS SECTION
By Associated Press.
SACRAMENTO, April 22.— fira '
broke out at an early hour this morn
ing In the rear of D. W. Kllborn'a
photograph gallery on X street be
tween Seventh and Eighth and for a
time threatened the destruction of tha
The firemen succeeded In confining
it to the Devine & Hamman building.
The loss is estimated at $35,000. Tha
principal losers aro J. H. Devine, $10,
-000; Hamman estate, $5000; William
Trust, $5000; Commercial saloon, $4000,
and Dreamland theater $8000.
HOTEL GRE-hIN, Pasadena, Cal.,
American and European plans,
I FOR RENT!
FURNISHED ROOMS |
APPLY WITHIN ll
Ivncr B«t «■.*;• Iswa that
Few see It, In fmet »_,ry
year neighbors sad the taw
people .bat akattea to •■■*
Herald «laaa_e4 aaa ara
before tho area of • t'aou
■a—la o*o-7 day.
Doma't it occur to r#n
that a "yon .'RB-VT ad~-»
eroal-d *11 roar rooms
DO IT KOWI
Phoa* Homo "Herald" Sua-,
set -Preee M." '-
' 3 Lines for 3 Days
Will' Coat YOU
i 25 Cents