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Very Few People Take More
Than One Morninf. Paper
To Advertisers
, Count tlx average words nt one line.
No ad accepted for less thsfn the price
Of two lines.
1 The Herald reserves the right to revise
advertisement! and to reject or omit and
refund the amount paid- v
Report promptly to the classified man
nger failure to get returns or experience
with fraudulent or dishonest advertisers.
Two or more Insertions are better than
on.. Try a three time ad, Result' al
most certain for anything.
All errors corrected or money refunded.
X For contrast solicitors and advertising
advice call Sunset Press 11, Horns
"Herald.*'
RATES
s One cent a word each Insertion.
Rooms for rent— lines, 3 timet.
Rooms with board— lines, I! timet.
'0-\ 25 Cents .
Situations wanted— lines, 8 times,
Mais and female— lines, 8 times, :'• r' .
i 25 Cents
NOTICE
The Herald will accept no matrimonial,
clairvoyant, palmist or medium adver
tisements. -..'.-..•
Tiir* nir*»Tellt-r»
inc. ntHincn
r.
a m.
p. m.
30.13
Maximum temperature 64.
Minimum temperature 51.'
Rainfall past 24 hours, trace.
Rainfall for season 11.47 Inches.
Rainfall last season, to date, 19.17.
Weather Conditions
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 23.— pressure
hat risen rapidly over California and Nevada-
Rain has fallen from San Jose northward and
cloudy weather prevails throughout the state.
Snow is falling In the Sierras and the amount
oh the ground has been Increased several
Inches. Conditions are favorable for cloudy
weather but probably not much.
By Associated Press.
Forecast
Los Angeles and vicinity—Cloudy Friday;
light west winds.
San Francisco and vlclinty—Cloudy Friday;
I sit.lv light showers; fresh south winds.
Santa Clara -valley—Cloudy Friday; light
■ktwtri, light south winds.
Sacramento valley—Cloudy Friday; showers
In the north: .light south winds.
San Joaquin valley—Cloudy Friday; light
west winds.
MARRIAGE LICENSES 7
BIDLAKE-SCHOLES—Fred 11. Bidlake, age 31,
native of Ohio, and Carrie J. Scholes, age
21, native of New Jersey; residents of Los
Angeles.
BURGESS-FUNK—Charles C. T. Burgess, age
23, native of Nebraska, and Emily E. Funk,
age 18, native of California; residents of
Santa Ana.
BTEVENSON-ELAM—John C. Stevenson, age
24, native of Kansas and resident of Los An
geles, and Grace D. Elam, age 23, native of
Illinois and resident of Bt. Louis.
WARD-WlNTER—Herbert E. Ward, age 38,
native of Minnesota, and Winnie Winter, age
23, native of Iowa; residents of Azusa.
TOPPIN-MLYNARSKI—WiIIiam Toppln, age
{ 23, native of England, and Veronica Mlynar
skl, age 24, native of Austria; residents of
Los Angeles. 7 ..',. «.7
BWEENEY-KUHN—Nelson Sweeney, age 27,
and Mary Kuhn, age 23; natives of Michigan
and residents of Los Angeles.
BUXTON-ARCHER—William O. Buxton, age
26, and Mamie K. Archer, age 26; natives of
Missouri and residents of Los Angeles.
NEYER-HOBBS—Walter G. Meyer, age 34,
native of Pennsylvania and resident of San
Francisco, and Lillian M. Hobbs, age 24,
native of Missouri and resident of Los An
geles. , -- ■ ;-,7.
MURRAY-GREGOR—William P. Murray, age
39, native of lowa and resident of Callente,
Nev., and Mabel Frances Gregor, age 26, na
tive of Nevada and resident of Los Angeles.
BIRTHS : -
BOYS
ALMQUIST—To Edward and Annie Almqulst
(nee Pearson), 229 South Fremont avenue.
BARBER— William Church and Hortense
Peach Barber (nee Stanch), 736 Crocker.
■ BENJAMIN— Alfred Augustus and Elenor
Kathleen Benjamin (nee Bechtold), 1319 San
tee street.
BOONE—To Daniel Melvln and Ethellnd Alice
Boone (nee Grldley), 933 East Fifty-sixth.
CAMPO—To Bam and Lucy Campo (nee Pir
rone), 2116 North Main street.
CASKEY—To James L. and Clara Caskey (nee
Wright), Good Samaritan hospital.
COLES— John W. and Eva Coles (nee Cof
fey). 700 West Fifty-ninth.
FRENCH—To Otis Leland and Alice May
French (nee Cornell), 611 North Avenue 22.
'HARRIS—To Irving and Mary Harris (nee
Craig). 524 North Boylston.
LEHMAN—To Gustavo and Katherine Lehman
(nee Fischer), 1362 East Vernon.
GIRLS . ..
ANDERSON—To William H. and Mac Ander
son (nee Colton), 1512 East Forty-ninth,
ANQUIANO—To Eplmenlo and Antonla ; An
qutano (nee Reyes), 1513 Navarro.
DAVIGNON— Arthur and Laura R. Davlg
non (nee Reidell), 1459 East Fifty-second.
PACKARD—To Lawrenoe A. and Marian
Packard (nee Mcintosh), 832 Birch. •
TADULA—To Joseph and Theresa* Padula (nee
Madlol), 2007 Hunter.
RAMEY—To William Josephus and Ella May
Ramey (nee Harris), 1317*. Mono. - .-■ "
BANBRN—To John D. and Grace B. Sanborn
(neo Kennedy), 4002 Sunset boulevard. .
BORN
BORN, APRIL 22, 1908, TO MR. AND MRS.
Ira J. Francis, 1932 Hobart boulevard, a son.
BORN-TO THE WIFE OF FOWLER
Shankland, April 23, 1908. a son; 715 West
Twenty-eighth street. • - . V
DEATHS
7:--:;"':.'' — -iwSPf
CASTILLO—Miss Helen Castillo, IS years, sin
gle, native of California, County hospital;
pulmonary tuberculosis.
CHOLVIN—Mrs. Ella Cholvln, 37 years, mar
; ried, native of Ireland, Angelus hospital; lo
\ bar pneumonia. •
CRAPSON—J.» B. Crapson, 38 years, single,
native of Russia, County hospital; pulmon
ary tuberculosis, i
JOHANSSON-Frans -' Berne Johansson, 28
' years, single, native of Finland, under East
First street bridge, crushing of abdomen,
accidentally run over by Santa Fe , train.., ' .
BC.OTT—Samuel lrwln. Scott, 72 years, native
of England; acute pulmonary oedema.
FUNERAL NOTICES
The members of the funeral committee of the
Fraternal Brotherhood ore requested to attend
the funeral of Bister Amaretta' Pearson Satur
• clay • April 25. Meet at Odd Fellows' cemetery
a'- 3p. m. ' G. W. BAILEY, President, j
S. L. Basford, Secretary. •'.!- r
".-•; DIED-77'v -
SCOTT—Samuel Irwin Scott, April 22, ; 1908,'"at
Good Samaritan : hospital. ! Funeral at St.
Paul's pro-cathedral at 9 a. m. today. Friends
and acquaintances Invited to attend.
)
CHURCH NOTICES '
-W-.--.1. ii •'•'■" ■■—eeeee- »" '' ' '__' '* * "
SECOND CHURCH OF
CHRIST. SCIENTIST
Simpson . Auditorium. 734 B. Hopt
street.- Services Sunday 11 a. m. and .8
p. <m.}' sermon from the Christian Science
Quarterly.. Subject, ' "Probation After
Death." » Children's Sunday school 9:80 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.
HERALD WANT ADS. READ BY THE THOUSANDS
WANTED ,- J^J .^.
...- Help— Mala
Red Cross Employment Agency
- 184 East Second Street.
Main mo. •-• **•«*« Home A 70110.
WE FI'RNISII RELIABLE HELP
OF ALL KINDS. CALL ON , ■ .'..'■
OS FOR ALL HELP AND
WORK. WE HAVE ONE OP
THE LARGEST SELECTIONS
OP HELP AND WORK
IN THE CITY
Hotel nnd restaurant help too nnm
erotis to mention. Call and it* oar bill
boards. .. v7-'!V
WITED —lIP
HANSEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
C. W. JENKB ft CO.. 304 Bast Second
street, Lot Angeles, CaL Both phones.
Home A 4866; Main 181.
Carefully selected - male and female
help of all descriptions and nationalities
furnished promptly.
I MADE $60,000 IN _.VH YEARS IN THB
mall order business, and began with only a
few dollars. There are unusual opportuni
ties for making money today, and lt it not
difficult to begin. If you have even small
capital and want to start a mall order busi
ness of your own, send for ray free booklet.
It tells how to make money. Address PUB
LISHER THE MAIL ORDER WORLD. Box
1022, Lock port, N. Y. l--.--.--.-e.
—, —— >
WANTED — ADVERTISING SOLICITOR!*.
Omul positions for bright, capable, ener
getic men of food addrehs. Quick promo
tion to those deserving it. Splendid op
portunity .or the right menu Apply be
tween » and 10 a. m. only, to ADVER
TISING MANAGER HERALD. Los An
geles. - ■■ f:--, •-' •-*, ' ".*,'T *
WANTED-EXPERIENCED MAN FOR So
liciting of high character—not books nor
stocks; high grado and high priced man
necessary; quick and substantial returns;
highest referenoes required. Address BOX
4481, Herald.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE: B-TTJ.'
atlons guaranteed. MOLER SYSTEM COL
LEGE, 113 East Second street.
WANTED-* SOLICITORS FOR ENLARGED
pictures; big. quick money. Apply at 427
E. NINTH ST. .
PANAMA AND PELT HATS CLEANED,
blocked, 50c up. Factory 114 S. Broadway.
WANTED—STEADY WAITER; MUST BE
an experienced rjian. 121 8. BROADWAY.
WANTED— MEN AT ONCE, SOME SOLlC
ltlng. Inquire at 438 E. NINTH BT.
Help, Femalß '/ •„-.
SCHOOL GIRL TO HELP IN HOUSE
work for room and board; or girl to work
for small wages, three In family. Home
phone E3161. / ■'■' '_'
WANTED—GIRLS TO MAKE BERRY
baskets. LOS ANGELES BASKET CO.
Sunset phone Giendale 1403.
Work by the Day
WANTED— LAUNDRY TO BRING HOME OR
("ay work. Phone Main 8188. MRS. MARY
CHATMAN. ______________
Situations —Mala
WILL WORK FOR BALARY AND COM
mlssion; wide experience as correspond
ent, stenographer, general office man and
solicitor. Address BOX 4613, Herald.
WANTED—BY REFINED, ELDERLY MAN,
writes a good hand, well educated, tome em
ployment; reference No. 1. Phone BROAD
WAY 2905. - '
WANTED—GRASS TO CUT AND GARDEN
work by the day; reliable. Phone BROAD
WAY 2995. ■■
Situations, Female
WANTED— WISHES WASHING
and Ironing to bring home. Phone
BROADWAY 6494. =
Partners
WANTED— PARTNER; FINE OPEN-
Ing in established real estate business; fine
location; $250. 704 So. GRAND, opposite the
postofflce. ---___-___--__-______-__-___,
Furniture
WANTED— BUY FURNITURE ANU
household goods. If you are going to tell
we - will pay you one-third mors than
others. Phone us, Main '1117; Home
FBl7l. COLYEAR FURNITURE CO., 60»
-til Bouth Main street. <
' Real Estate
TED-SMALL RANCHES IN Ex
change for city property; clear and equities.
HALL & CALKINS, 135 Stlmson bldg.; Main
1033, A 7226. ■
MONEY TO LOAN -
WE MAKn LOANS ON FURNITURE, Pi
anos, horses, wagons, carriages, cattle.
etc.. without removal from your posses
sion.
FIDELITY LOAN CO
lit Maton building. .7
$26 Wett Fourth street, cor. Broadway.
Borne phone F7421; Broadway 1171
■ . ■ i
MONEY TO LOAN— 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 ft CO., 608-8 Grant bldg. A 9185; Main
852. . ,\\'.-.-*-\
MONEY TO LOAN—WE HAVE MONEY IN
tumt 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 852, A 9185. 608-609 Grant bldg.
DON'T . MERELY EXIST. LIVE!
Money loaned all "SALARY" employee.
Lowest rates in city. Call and ate .
THE STATE LOAN CO.,
611-618 Grotse bldg., 6th ,ft Spring tta
SALARY LOANSI • BALARY LOANS!
No Indorterl t ' - ;_. No publlcltyl
THE NATIONAL LOAN CO..
610-630 Bryson blk., 2d and Spring sts,
MONEY LOANED TO SALARIED PEO
pie; confidential. MUTUAL TRUST CO..
421 Bullard blk. , „ -■* ■■ ' ■■
- / . - ..... ..... ,-~T~^
CHIrtOPODISTSAND MANICURISTS
SCIENTIFIC CHIROPODIST; USING MOST
approved - methods; satisfaction assured.
Mrs. M. E. Wilbur, ; suite 23. 423 Vi'< S.
'Spring. '"--""'•'• •■■-■■'<■■■•••-.■ ■•....■■"'.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
UNUSUAL OPENING. DON'T BOTHER UN
lets you have $1500 cash and good reference.
.! If , you fill - the»requirements, it £is > worthy
your., investigation. -We are '.requested to
look out for desirable gentleman to Join In
I co-partnership, handling all branches better
class I property. '. General" brokerage, renting
I houses, i stores, hotels, , flats, cottages, | storage
? plants, * factories t and ' fire '* Insurance ■ busi-
B ness: experience unnecessary. Business and
bank reference. , Bet PHOENIX, 202 and 204
' Grant building. >'.;, :t - ,^, ■■■' Vc^ '■■.-;
WHAT WOULD YOU BUY OR SELL $300 TO
1 $1,000,0007 Manufacturing of all kinds; stores,
I hotels, copper mines and gas heating, lighting
Investments. * Come tee largest general deal
ers and get list high-class profitable business
.' opening, t See PHOENIX REALTY . CO., 855
South Broadway.;.,. iT,';.'.; „'.', : ;,7'-.-..,:." i.'i,
A - STORE BUILDING WITH LIVING
rooms and a stock. of mixed goods,, to ex
, , change '■ for - small . cottage ;, and • a little
cash: must be clear; by owner. Tel. 83545
-i or BOX 4612, Herald. ; . :,;„'•'■• *"*'•;, '.'j
FOR SALE-RETAIL BAKERY ''■ ROUTE,
■ good horses and wagon; profits $25 week
?£ ly. '• BLOAT.*; 711 j XV. Washington.; 83684.
ORIFICE; OWNER GOING 'AWAY—FAN
, cy goods, notions: rent $20 with living rooms.
'* 1. W. \ WEIGHTMAN CO., 704 ! 8,, Grand.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1908.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
TELEPHONES: MAIN 2605) F4631.
Lealy*S«
Leading
Biusiiness, Brokers
Rooms 814-815 Severance bldg.
Northwest corner Sixth and Main streets.
It is our business to put people in business.
Barber shop, beach, 6 chairs $1000
10-chalr shop, centrally located....Want offer
Small grocery and craekerjack..! 450
Confectionery, southwest, soda fountain. 500
Cigar stand, saloon front, $300 stock 500
Confectionery, part cash, balance terms;
hurry 2000
Meat market, $50 a day; cheap rtnt 660
Fruits and confectionery 200
POST CARD STORE
Fcst card business, beach town, already to
open; prloe $325, actual coat 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, fiee my agents, LEAHY ft SON.
BULK AND CREAMERY BUSINESS
$2000 —Fine milk and creamery business
In city In good location, this ln»;odcs 18
cows, mostly Jersey; fine horse and milk
wagon, cans and bottles and everything
for an up-to-date creamery. Owner hat
best reasons for selling: cheap rent, big
profit.
BAKERY ROUTE
Bakery route, craekerjack; handles bread,
pies, cakes, cookies and doughtnuts; clears
$18 a week: 100 regular customers; price $250;
come quick. - .
BAKERIES
Bakery, nearby town; little competition;
wholesale and retail; no wagon; $30 a day
business; low rent, with good lease. Do you
knew the value of a bakery? If so, I want
you to tee 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 ft Son.
SUBURBAN GROCERY
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 ft SON.
CIGAR STANDS
$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 It. Owner says I must
sell; now is your time to buy cheap.
LEAHY A 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;' prospective purchasers Investigate.
Price $3000; cheap.
CONFECTIONERY
13500 will put you into an old estab
lished confectionery store and soda foun
tain In a fine location; population 10,000.
This la in a swell neighboring town: cheap
rent; last year's business exceeded $10,
-'OOO and Increasing right along. Owner
has other business which requires his at
tention. See LEAHY & SON.
. MEAT MARKET
$600 for an up-to-date meat market, in a
nicely located grocery store; rent is only $16,
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
market.
RESTAURANT AND DELICATESSEN .
Restaurant and delicatessen*ln 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
ft SON. .-.;
My meat market doing an average business
of $60 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; price $900 for every
thing; am going east on a visit. See my
agents, LEAHY ft SON. ,
LUNCH ROOM AND RESTAURANTS
A BUSINESS PROPOSITION
For good city property and some cash
I will turn over my old-established cen
trally located lunch room in the city:
seats over 100 people, average business of
$175 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 ft BON.
Restaurant men, here is one of the oldest
. established restaurants in San Pedro, doing
a cash business of $45 a day; present owner
been there for several years and has made
lets of money; has cheap rent with unexpired
lease of 2 years yet to .un; willing to sell
for $800; worth double. See my agents,
■ LEAHY & SON.
$300 will put you into a fine 28-stool I
lunch counter. In a I location that caters
to a particular class of trade that is very
profitable; rent la only $30 with 3 years
lease; receipts will run $35 per day and
over. Good reason for selling. See
' LEAHY ft BON, Sole Agents.
, „.;■ GROCERIES
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 bouse,
furnished; , last month's rent paid; rooms
- tilled; -everything new; dears $100 a month;
looms In suites and easily kept. I will take
$550 for what 1 own, Including last months'
rent. .A , bargain. ■ Jump at It. i.: ,„ ,*
!'"' 26-room rooming house in a ' good, location
j in beach * town;, flno brick building, »in ■ the
I center of city; owner is deaf, must sell at
I once; price : $1600, half cash, terms on ' bal
ance, or will exchange for good city prop
- erty. ■' Don't' miss this, at It will stand j in
■- vestigation. . '■ " ' ... '-v-'N ';_.
HOTEL BUILDING .'':'■
. -•', We have a fine hotel in a neighboring
town that has big prospects, party wants
S to sell building and furniture tf or j2O liv
' ing c rooms. * Price only < $16,000, ' Including
7furniture for 20 living rooms, or will tell
. furniture separate *. for $2000. Look •> into
'. this;' It will stand strictest Investigation.,
BUSINESS PROPOSITIONS FOR
.-. fl .. -.:„,,-»■ ■ ,- EXCHANGE • - ,-.-■• (.. ■■• = 'V: '
' Wanted, 15 to 20-acre ranch,' must be near
. Los Angelas on electrio lint; house, etc., not
necessary; > grpcery ,is a money • maker,) $40
a day cash; horse and wagon; Invoice about
$1600; three living rooms. Call or tend par
'- ticulars of . ranch at' ones; '■ call If possible.
' "a. 10-room j home * for * ranch; | price j $5000,
•V furnished; lot .103x160; modern »In i every
respect. LEAHY ft SON. . '
WANTED^- <r 77.
■:--•.';' CHICKEN . RANCH 5.7 V; s
"7; Willi pay • $300 $ down for good chicken
ranch, on electrio lint, of 1 to 5 acres,; See
;■ , LEAHY. ft BON., ■-.\-^t«B»ifety_i
--.- ,:* --. ••.-■■ r ••' '
'V • FOR . EXCHANGES '
See RICHARDSON, the Swap Man.
■"i k'.j- • ■-? After, trying other.: agents,.
't i>,_t -ii without w success, ;i consult r. ■ _, ,Xl ., J
LEAHY ft SON, Sixth and: Mais Sis, f."
You Should Advertise.
— ---— __________________________________ . „,■___________
-7,;7; IX.
"A man convinced sgslnit hit trill
> It ot th* ansae opinion etlll."
The some might well be said of bins
Who advertises it a whin.
Ton anto advert-so each day,
( And la the lons inn It will pay.
Bo Just as toon aa yon are ready
Ton anto ttart and rnn It steady.
FOR RENT
Houses
TO LET—$25 PER MONTH, INCLUDING
water! modern 6-room cottage and reception
Sail; 1807 Hoover St., near Eighteenth. E. B.
VAN HORNE & CO., 508-9 Grant bldg. A 9185;
Main 652.
TO LET— MODERN 6-ROOM COTTAGE, 1061
West Jefferson street; rent $20. Owner, 3538
B. Blower street. Phono South 3419; in the
southwest.
FOR RENT—6-ROOM HOUSE, HIGHLAND
Park, 137 Avenue 69, $12.50; bath, gas,
pantry; small place $5 a month. EAST
1396. < I
FOR RENT— S7, $10, $12, $16, NEW COT
tages, 1615 E. 25TH, cor. Watts Local
car line.
TO LET—IS7O B. ADAMS ST., 7 ROOMS,
$20; 4 rooms, $12; I rooms, $15. Hooper
car.
COTTAGES. $8, $14, $20; FURNISHED, fit,
$26. Keyt 1671 B. ADAMS. Hooptr car.
TO LET-2211 COURT, NEAR ALVARADO, I
rooms, $10, or $20 payments buys lt; $1650.
TO LET—NEW, MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE;
323 N. CHICAGO ST.
Houses Furnished
TO LET — MODERN HOUSEKEEPING
apartments, furnished complete; ntw, close
In, no car fare: $12—20. N. Fremont at., 1141
W. Ist it: $14—1028 end 1133 W. Ist., 1003 and
1011 E. oth, 836 Crocker, 713 Ceres, 334 B.
Flgueroa, 150 N. Beaudry, 611 Diamond, 1028
Colton. $17—813 W. Fourth, 212, 218 and 222
N. Fremont; $16—1137 West Ist; $20—1126
Mignonette st. T. WTESENDANGER, 201
B. Broadway. Main 2043.
NEATLY FURNISHED OUTSIDE ROOMS,
close In, very quiet neighborhood, $1.00
to $3 per week. 326 BOYD. Phone A 4757.
Furnished Apartments
TO LET—FLEET WEEK, NO INCREAS-
Ing rates, everything for housekeeping
provided by the day, week or month;
beautiful, light, bright, sunny rooms; new
house, walking distance. THE GOLDEN
WEST . APARTMENTS, 817 W. 6th St.,
near Flgueroa.
Rooms—Furnished
TO LET— AND SEE MY NEWLY
furnished single rooms, 906 8. GRAND;
Iron beds, hot and cold water; $2 per
week and up. F5097. "7*,.
TO LET—$3, UP: TRANSIENT AND
housekeeping • rooms; northwest corner
EAST FIRST AND BOYLE. Phones
D 1336, Boyle 339.
TO LET—ONE OR TWO FURNISHED
rooms, with use of kitchen: quiet street,
southwest. Phone West 8707, or call 1937
DARIEN PLACE.
TO LET—IBO4 ALBANY ST., COR. PICO, 2 OR
3 nice clean rooms, furnished for light
g 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, $TC
$18, $25; 7 rooms $30. 1670 B. ADAMS.
Hooper car.
TO CLEAN, SUNNY HOUSEKEEP-
Ing rooms, 413 W. 12TH, near Grand aye.
Phone F5006, *
, 1
Rooms and Board .; y
WANTED-ROOMERS; HAVE" ROOM AND
board for four men or ladles at reasonable i
rates In homelike modern house on Hobart
boulevard, quick 6-cent car service, fine !
neighborhood; all conveniences. Address
BOX 4423 Herald, city.
THE MOORE—SUNNY ROOMS; ELEGANT
table board; walking distance to business
center. New management. 1001 WEST
EIGHTH-STREET. ;
COMMUNICATING ROOMS WITH BOARD
for four young men at reasonable rates. 1533
, ORANGE ST. Phones: Main 6613; E2650.
FOR~RENT—NICELY FURNISHEDROOMS
with board; new and modern. 1140 W.
THIRTIETH, West 1065.
Apartments '
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.
7 Stores and Ofnces
TO LET—DESK ROOM. DESK AND BOTH
phones. $6. 135 STIMSON pLDQ.
Miscellaneous
TO LET-STANDARD MAKE PIANO; JUST
.-; out of store, -to party who will, make. loan
on same. Address BOX 4610,. Herald.
■' ' '
: ' SANITARIUMS
VIBRATION, ALCOHOL, S OIL, SHAMPOO
. lng;. face and scalp .treatments. .Hours 10
7to 10. 364 E. FIFTH ST., room 6. ;
ELECTRIC i VIBRATOR^ I ALCOHOL". AND
',f oil ■■ treatments for nervousness and rheu
matism. ' 848- B. BROADWAY.
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BUSINESS PERSONALS v
p^n^d^/ii^QoT^^ilf'^F'^xJsYNßß^-,
... hair goods below cost;-.switchesl 98c up;
■ Janes s 98o; - puffs • 25c; •* puffs » made * from
,■','' combing, . 200. ■ 827*. S. SPRING ; ST. ( - „
MATTRESS . • MAKING. FEATHER BED
ding renovated. OLOBB '. BEDDINO * CO..
'»■' 612 B. - Fifth ■ street. Main ■ 2935. ■'■■* ■■ -
'■ • TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COLYEAR WAREUOUSE CO.,
,* 616-417-413 ; San * Pedro; Street. ,
. , Main office 824 South t Main. < , .
Phones Main 1117: Home 2164. New and
absolutely fireproof storage;l prtvate locktd
v rooms - for j bric-a-brac ( pianos, , fin 11 furni
>l ture, < etc.; i trunks, i boxes, eta., i stored, Hm
to 60s Ptr month.: Wt solicit your patron
are. - ;.':';■'■•■ --MBMSBLvi
** FOR SALE
City Lots and Lands
FREE EXCURSIONS
. DAILY
FROM our office
TO
manchester HEIGHTS.
Take Redondo car marked "Strawberry
Park" in front of our office, tell conductor
to let you off at Manchester avenue.
$40,000 hat 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
reach.
MANCHESTER HEIGHTS
Is the most sought for tract on the mar
ket today, and will toon 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 toil; $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 for the least money on the
market today: lt lies just without the city
limits of Los Angeles, and hat 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. Prices $300 to $750. Terms $25
down and $10 per month. You will be
surprised to find the large lots we are
able to give you at these low prices. Call
for fret tickets and go out,
FREE EXCURSIONS\ 7.7
EVERY DAY FROM OUR OFFICE.
OFFICE OPEN SUNDAY
TO GIVE OUT FREE TICKETS.
HOME A 5574. SUNSET MAIN «3«.
GRIDER-HAMILTON-OSWALD CO.,
325 W. SECOND ST.
FOR SALE—
$800; on West Twenty-eighth street, 40x142 to
alley; terms $200 down. Bee CHARLES RU
BEN, with O. B. SMITH. 313 Johnson build
ing, corner Fourth and Broadway.
FOR SALE—
$1000; beautiful lot on Twenty-ninth place;
gas and sewer on this street. See CHARLES
RUBEN, with O. B. Smith, 313 Johnson bldg.,
corner Fourth and Broadway.
FOR SPECIAL: LOT 50x185; WORTH
$500; will sell for $250 cash. Take Hollywood
. car; 6c fare to Benefit street. H. GRAHAM.
Phone E0250.
Country Property
Free—Tei Acres—
At-ENSENAM
Only a few hundred acres left of this
free allotment. Bo many settlers and
Investors have taken advantage of our lib
eral offer made In order to advertise our
large ranches, adjoining Ensenada, capi
tal of Lower California, that we have
been obliged to Install another steamer,
"City of Long Beach" (to be called here
after "Paul. Kerkow"), to ply dally be
tween San Pedro and Ensenada. First
excursion- April 10. We actually give
away 10 alternate acres of the very best
fruit, grain and alfalfa land, worth easily
$75 per acre. Best climate on earth,
water, electrio light, flour mill, woolen
mill, tannery, Ice plant, canning factory,
etc. Call tarly today before all is gone.
LOWER CALIFORNIA LAND, WATER
ft COLONIZATION CO.,
607-508 Chamber of Commerce.
Home Phone A 7805.
FOR SALE—
-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
per acre. „-,** '--. -
Greatest s opportunity' before the public
f to secure a home and permanent Income.
.Join our colony association en equal terms
, with every other member. >. -
LA PROSPERIDAD COLONY ASSOCIA
TION, 635 and 536 Chamber of Commerce
.. building. '.-■.-,■
1125 FAYS IT ALL. CALL IN - AND LET
us . show you how to get 160 acres line
".-1 close-In agriculture or fruit land. Plenty
; of water. 628 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
FOR BALE-10 ACRES BLACK. RICH SOIL,
$250; $100 cash, balance $10 a month; close to
i railroad. < . Address A. O.: JACKSON, Po
*-mona, Cal. .- - ■'-.■- ■■--.■•.■■ ■■ -
Miscellaneous,
FOR-. SALE—AN AUTOMOBILE , ROBE,
S cabinet 1 bath.l fine. feather pillows, a mis
sion desk and one large rug.. 1140 WEST
thirtieth. r^MtttfttnHHßH|y
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 tht beach,
now rented at $67 per month. Price
57000, mortgage $3300.
Might consider exchange for first class
property.
BOBBINS REALTY CO., Inc.
Exchange, Insurance, Rentals.
Pier aye., Ocean Park. Both phones.
Houses
* —
Stop Paying Rent
Why do you persist in paying tribute to
tho landlord when you can own jour own
home? I will sell to you on the easiest
kind of monthly payments a nice 3 or 4- i
room bungalow. It takes but a small
cash sum and I'll arrange the monthly !
terms to suit your convenience. My
houses are situated on graded streets,
concrete walks and curbs In and paid for;
graded school, churches, stores and the
fie- yellow car within a few minutes walk.
It's time, my friends, you came to see me.
Pure air, finest of artesian water; no
smoke, no fog, no frost.
3-room houses $1100.
4-room houses $1450 to $1600.
Just take the East First st. car and ride
to and of tht lint.
; S. W. Banks
Boyle 839. Home D 1484.
Cor. Rowan and Brooklyn aye.
Also some fine 60x150 lots; $260 to $550,
$15 and $25 cash, $5 and $10 monthly.
1300 CASH WILL BUY 4-ROOM HOUSE;
fine porches and barn; lawn and flow
ers; on lot 150x160; level, fenced, Im
proved street; price $2300; lots alone
worth the money.
7 $75 cash; new 3-room house; level lot
60x150; balance $16 per month; price
$1100.
$50 cash; business lot on First St., 45x
241; price $650; balance easy terms.
ANDERSON REALTY CO.,
4101 E. First st.
Green office, opposite school.
Take East First st. car. get off at
Rowan aye.; 5c car fare.
Phones: Boyle 744. Home 41441.
Cottages for Sale
New 6-room, bath, garden, fenced, etc.
It's Just the cutest ever; now ready to
move Into; $400 cash, $25 per month; own
your own horne — easier than paying
rent.
The McCarthy Co.
201 N. Broadway: phones: Home 8787;
Main 1202; 85497. I
FOR SALE-810 BARGAIN: FIVE-ROOM
modern cottage, 143 80. Avenue 18. Owner,
107 ORD ST.; price $1800; terms. A7Bll.
COURT, 2211, NEAR ALVARADO—S
rooms, $1650, or $25 month buys It; no
cash payment.
FOR FURNISHED COTTAGE, $1800,
$50 cash. Key 1671, ADAMS. Hooper car.
FOR BALE—IS 66 E. ADAMS, 6 ROOMS; A
modern: $3000, $100 down. Hooper cars.
TO LET-2211 COURT. NEAR ALVARADO, 5
rooms, $1600; $100 down; $15 month.
FOR BALE—IS7O E. ADAMS ST.
7 rooms: $3000, $100 down. Hooper cars.
/
Government Lands
Government Lands
THE BEST INVESTMENT
ON EARTH
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 —see?
Western Gov. Land Bureau
Water-Bearing Alfalfa, Fruit
I and Stock Lands
Fhones: A 8378. 7,7 Bdwy. 2717.
514 Merchants Trust Bldg.
207 South Broadway.
Suburban Property—Hollywood
FOR SALE
$947
Beautiful Hollywood corner
50x150
Among fine homes, grand view, choloe 4
car lines, 5-cent fare, transfer: a sacri
fice; must be sold, so don't delay. See
OWNER, 416 Union Trust bldg, 8. E. oor.
4th and Spring sts., Los Angeles.

Orange Groves

, , s__-
FOR SALE—SI4,OOO; 25 ACRES AT COVINA;
6 In navels, 7 in Valencies, 2 In Eureka Icm
ens; balance mostly vacant orange land;
abundant water; 1907 crop $3500; 1008 crop,
estimated at $4000; income will Increase
rapidly as the trees get older. For bargains
in groves see I- M. PRATT & CO., 608
Laughlin building.
Live Stock, Horses, Mules, Cattle
FOR SALE
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 the sale will be made at as
early a date as practicable. Buyers are In
vited to give this immediate attention.
FRANCISCO ESTUDILLO. Receiver, Falr
mont, Los Angeles county, Cal.
SPOOLS ~'7v
WE CLEAN .THEM OUT: NO CHARGE
for digging or disinfecting; full site tanks;
no waiting; 6 teams. Over 2 years' cx
l perience -in this city and highly recom
mended. Phones 69146, TEMPLE 593.
CESSPOOLS
It, pays to have them oltantd out by tht
IMPERIAL PUMP CO. Res. lt.'l W.
etOth. Home 82040. West 530*.
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
DR^^GrSoiC^cTDiU^^
.-, medium, gives lift rtadlnga daily) tatt
. circlet Wednesday evenings, 8 o'clock, 25a
ROOM IS. 119 V, 6. SPRING ST. .-.'---
CARPET CLEANING V N
PIONEER I CARPET CLEANING ' WORKS,
*-" lncoporuttd. .** W. C. Clint, president,' 715
\< B. Olive. , TeL Home F2860- Sunset Main
111.
Who Seldom See Either of
the Other Morning Papers
The Largest and Strongest
faculty in Southern
California
THE FILLMORE
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
THOMAS If. FILLMORE,
President and Director.
Main Office. 325 Blanchard Building.
Los Angeles. Cal.
Telephones t Home, Ex. 82) Main 6830.
LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF ART AND
DESIGN. (Incorporated, 21st year).
The complete modern art school of
Southern California. Under artist exhib
itors in Europe and America. Open air
studios overlooking Westlake park, moun
tains and ocean. Students enter any time,
day or evening classes. Cor. Sixth nnd AN
varado, In E. G. MACLEOD, Director,
E1657. Illustrated prospectus,
TeL Main 6962. From 2 to 6.
CHAS. PROCHNOW
VIOLIN INSTRUCTOR
Pupil of Deszo Nemes.
Hours; 2 to 7 p. m. Dally.
except Thursdays,
With De Chauvenet Conservatory of Music,
845 So. Flgutroa St
DE CHAUVENET
CONSERVATORY OF
MUSIC
845 So. Figueroa St. ..',-
Broadway (095. Home F6764.
LYRIC SCHOOL OF
MUSIC
MISS LUELLA M. McCUNE.
732 South Olive St. Los Angeles, Cat,
808 SOUTH HILL ST. Day and evening..
4.1 WES. FIFTH ST. Established 1111.
Opposite Central Parle .
LA CONSER.VATOR.Y OK
. JTX. MUSIC AND ARTS.
Main 4403. Alii*.
B. J. Valentine, Pres, 827% 8. Spring St.
Practice claviers for rent.
iiirftfFfcfiT^ ;ECLECTIC
i^lgMmugSg SHORTHAND
y^ol3 S.MAIN
POSITIONS FILLED
Brownsberger Home School
963-5-7 West Seventh St., Los Angeles.
Bookkeeping and Shorthand Departments.
Telephones: Home E2403. Main 2811.
EDUCATIONAL
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE— j
Oldest and largest In California. *
814 B. Grand aye. J. W. LACKEY, Mgr.
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
FOR EXCHANGE—
20-acre ranch near Garden Grove; plenty (
of cheap water on the ranch; good sandy )
loam soil, 5-room house, fruit trees, etc.;
want some good business; price 116000; mort
gage $900, 2 years, 7 per cent.
Main 8607. FINSTER REALTY CO.
Room 4. 244*. So. Broadway.
185"*..--*--. ; -—
FOR EXCHANGE—HAVE THE FOLLOW-
Ing property whioh we will exchange for '
equities In cottages:
Four lots on 65th and 66th sts., near
Main.
60x160, E. Aye. 40, near Pasadena aye.
65x156, Conners sub. of Johannsen traot. .
on Vine st.
60x160, alley, Inglewood, near oar line.
Also have a number of other good ex
changes to offer.
E. B. VAN HORNE A CO.,
Main 952. A 9185. 608-509 Grant bldg. ,
FOR EXCHANGEIn Tropica, Columbus
avenue; good 4-room house, plastered,
bath, water and cellar; lot 70x150, east
front; good garden and flowers, straw
berry beds; within 2Ms blocks of car line;
exchange for 4 or 5-room house in Boyle
Heights or Uarvanzu. SHAY, 111 So.
Broadway. - ■ • ■ ■■'
EXCHANGE— PAID ON TWO LOTS IN
beautiful Hollywood and lots In Monrovia;
price $2000; free, clear, toward city; house
and lot or acreage. What have you? Sea
PHOENIX, 202 Grant building.
TO BUY. BELL OR EXCHANGE PROP
erty go to BEN WHITE. 804 Bryson blk..
Second and Spring streets.
t "' ' aj
CONTRACTORS
Free Free Free
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AC
CORDING TO YOUR OWN IDEAS FREW
OF CHARGE.
$100 BUILDS 2-ROOM BUNGALOW.
$200 BUILDS 4-ROOM BUNGALOW.
$300 BUILDS 4-ROOM HOUSE, TOILET,
front and back porches, sink, stained
and painted, cloth and pared.
$430 BUILDS NEAT BUNGALOW. -TH,
toilet, sink, clothes closet, pantry, front
and screen porches; all finished com
plete. f
$750 BUILDS 5-ROOM, MODERN IN.
every respect,, plastered, tinted walls,''
wired, porcelain plumbing, etc.
$1350 BUILDS STRICTLY MODERN 6
room bungalow, hardwood floors, man
tel and fireplace; all modern plumbing,
etc. This is a beauty.
Low Bids on All Classes of Building. '
We build anywhere in Southern California.
W. Go Hanson Building Wi)
618 Mason bldg., 4th and Broadway. :
Main 4533; F5487. -
LOST AND FOUND
BETWEEN HOTEL ALEXANDRIA J
and California club on April 21 one pair 7
bifocal eye glasses In a case. Finder will
please leave same at California club for Capt.
John M. Bowyer, U. S. N., commanding ,U. :■■
S. S. Illinois, and be suitably rewarded, ior f:
send by mall to the owner. _. ;,'--a ■ VV7'-'
LOST SATURDAY-5-STRINO CORAL NECK- H
lace on way to ', Long Beach: <t particularly &
' valuable to owner. 1304 ORANGE ST. , Gen- 3
erous reward. '-■:■'■■-... ■ .■' -' - -" ■■ - •
LOST—A VALUABLE - DARK . SPOTTED \ 1
coach bitch; .anybody, returning to 84*
W. ISTH ST.-will receive reward.
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