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NEIGHBORS THREATEN FOWL
APPEAL TO POLICE BOARD TO
Residents of East Forty.elghth Place
Say Their Slumbers Are
Broken and They Seek
Once again the festive rooster to the
But this time it is not the noisy bird
that was wont to disturb the slumbers
of Carl linger on Beaudry avenue, nor
the boisterous fowl now famous in the
annals of Highland park. No, indeed.
East Forty-eighth place claims the
dishonor of harboring the latest ob
ject of all good neighbors' wrath.
Four residents of the aforementioned
thoroughfare have sworn to do to death
this rooster. Being peaceably inclined
they have appealed to the police com
mission and that august board has
passed the vexatious problem along to
the prosecuting attorney.
Hearken to the complaint made in
due form again one I. Vonk and 'his
"We, the undersigned property own
ers, complain about Mr. I. Vonk, 1396
East .Forty-eighth place, having a
rooster that crows most always from
3 o'clock in the morning until fore
"It is impossible to have rest In the
morning hours—every day the same.
"We offered to buy this rooster to
kill him, but he refused, saying he will
get half a dozen more.
"We have no objection to a rooster
that crews, but we do object to one
that crows all the time.
"We respectfully pray your honor
able body to give us relief.
'1357 Kast Forty-eight place.
"J. LEONARD SEAVERS,
"1875 East Forty-eighth place.
"MRS. M. ROBERTSON,
"4851 East Forty-eighth place.
"MRS. F. TAYLOR,
"1387 Kast Forty-eighth place."
AT THE HOTELS
C. D. Ralfe of Redlands is a visitor
in Los Angeles, registered at the Van
Etta E. Wolfe of Boston, Mass., is a
guest at the Hayward. She arrived last
A. J. Weaver of Falls City, la., Is a
guest at the Angelus. He came In yes
Brice B. Turner, a well known min
ing man of Rhyolite, is a visitor at the
C. C. Akers, a mining man of Phoenix,
Ariz., is a guest at the Westminster.
He came in yesterday.
J. C. Frame of San Francisco, a well
known commission merchant, is regis
tered at the Angelus.
G«orge B. Dow, a prominent mer
chant of Chicago, arrived yesterday
and registered at the Angelus.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Schroeder of
Chlno are visiting in Los Angeles, with
headquarters at the Hayward.
P. A. Garden of San Francisco, Paci
fic coast agent of the Shasta-Sunset
route, is a guest at the Hayward.
Ernest Wilson, a prominent business
man of Palo Alto, is a guest at the Ho
tel Hayward. He arrived yesterday.
N. Jerlaw and J. H. Ferguson were
among the arrivals from Chicago yes
terday who registered at the West
Mrs. S. C. and Miss Iva Rodgers of
Watsonville are visiting in Los Ange
les. They arrived yesterday and are
staying at the Hayward.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Franklyn, promi
nent New Yorkers, arrived in the city
yesterday for a short visit. They are
guests at the Alexandria.
Lee Richardson, president of a new
automobile company recently estab
lished at Redlands, is In Los Angeles,
with headquarters at the Van Nuys.
Harry D. Friedlander of Chicago
came In over the Santa Fe yesterday
and is a guest at the Hayward. Mr.
Friedlander is a prominent real estate
man of Chicago.
W. H. Dupee and D. M. Place, two
, prominent Chicago brokers and mem
bers of the board of trade, arrived in
Los Angeles yesterday and are stopping
at the Alexandria.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Winters came in
yesterday from St. Louis and are quar
tered at the Van Nuys. Mr. and Mrs.
Winters are taking in the sights of
C. E. Aaron and wife, wealthy tour
ists of New York who are on an ex
tensive tour of the southwest, arrived
yesterday and expect to remain several
days at the Angelus.
Otto Korner and wife of Cologne are
guests at the Alexandria. Mr. Korner
is a manufacturer of the famous "Kor
ner" brand of cologne, with one of the
largest plants in Cologne.
Mrs. S. Dufflold Mitchell and children,
accompanied by Miss Needham, have
arrived in Los Angeles for a brief so
journ from Carthage, Mo. They are
registered at the Hotel Westminster.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Finletter of Globe,
Ariz., are guests at the Alexandria,
where they arrived yesterday. Mr. Fin
letter is a well known mining man, with
lilg copper interests in the Globe belt.
W. H. Soate and wife arrived In Los
Angeles yesterday from Terra Haute,
Ind., for a brief visit. They are guests
at the Angolus. They are on a tour of
the BOUthweat and will spend several
weeks In Southern California.
BISHOP CONATY CELEBRATES
HIS FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
Yesterday marked the fifth anniver
sary of the Installation of Rt. Rev.
Bishop Conaty as head of the diocese
of Monterey and Los Angeles. As the
majority of th^ days of the past five
years, Bishop Conaty spent the day
yesterday In Ills usual hard work,
guiding the affairs of the diocese, which
is one of the most Influential In this
country, and which covers a vast area
During the past five- years many new
parishes have been organized and the
number of priests has been greatly en
larged. Bishop Conaty has made an
enviable record as an organizer and
lias many plans in store for the fur
ther enlargement of the diocesan work.
One of the projects of the future, in
which both Catholics and Protestants
are interested, is the new cathedral to
be erected on West Eighth street.
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pany displays The Herald's nutoplano.
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silk ind Put dye, Noll I llf I *■
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Music lovers In large numbers gath
ered at the Auditorium Wednesday to
attend the concert given in the inter
ests of the San Pedro harbor celebra
tion. The affair was under the auspi
ces of the chamber of commerce and
proved a big financial success. The
proceeds amounted to $1503 and will be
used to equip yachts for the transpaci
fic yacht race, the big event of the cele
The program contained a list of art
ists hard to equal. Ellen Beach Taw,
the famous California singer, headed
the list, and she was greeted with
great applause by her admirers !n the
audience when she appeared on the
platform. Miss Yaw sang "Indian
Bell" (Lakme) first, accompanied by
Mrs. T. Newman. The encore was
"Suwanee River." The opening num
ber was the overture from "Tann
hauser," played by Bruce Gordon
The Cecilian Ladies' quartet also ren
dered two numbers which were a de
lightful contrast and novelty. They are
a well balanced and trained organiza
tion. Mr. Nowland, the violinist, did
most excellent work and improves de
cidedly on further hearing. He per
formed the Wagner-WllhelmJ "Prize
Song" from "Die Melsterslnger," and
Saint-Saens prelude to "The Deluge,"
which Saslavski gave us with the Dam
rosch orchestra, and made them most
grateful offerings to his audience. Mr.
Kingsley opened the program with an
organ solo, the overture to "Tann
hauser." and last, but not least, Miss
Olga Steeb proved again what a won
derful imie nrtlsf she is by an almost
perfect and inspiring rendering of her
numbers on the program, the Chopin
"Ballade" in G minor, Liszt's arrange
ment of Schubert's "Linden Tree," and
a "Concert Etude" by Moszkowskl. The
accompanists of the afternoon were
Mrs. T. Newman, Mrs. Harry Clifford
Lott and Fordyce Hunter. Taken all
in all, we venture the assertion that
this program and concert has never
been excelled in Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Vere Goldthwaite left
yesterday for their trip to Europe. Mrs.
Goldthwaite has many engagements to
fill, but arrangements have been made
so she and her husband will cross the
ocean before the fall season.
Wednesday the couple purchased a
home at Covina, and will make It their
The Ellis club of Los Angeles will give
the fourth concert of its twelfth season
at Simpson auditorium Tuesday even
ing at 8:16 o'clock. A fine program has
CLAIM BELL PLANNED
SHOOTING AT HOTEL
WIDAMAN AND SANGER MAKE
Say Complainant Threatened to Make
Trouble and Himself Wrote
Letter Alleged to Have
Denial of all charges made by Frank
M. Bell, and counter-charges that the
scene at the Hollenbeck hotel when, as
Bell claims, Attorney O. P. WidaTnan
and Aruthr Sanger tried to murder
him, was carefully arranged by Bell
for the purpose of "getting even" for a
fancied wrong Wldaman had done him,
were the features of the testimony be
fore Police Justice Chambers yester-
At 5 o'clock the Judge announced the
case would be set over until 10 o clock
this morning. The attorneys will sum
up the testimony and it is probable
the case will be finished by noon.
According to Widaman and Sanger.
neither of them shot at Bell or wished
to take his life, but both visited him
at his room at Bell'B request. They
said Bell fancied Wldaman was after
property he owned and accused Wlda
man of being-intimate with Mrs. Bell.
They say they believe Bell wrote the
letter that, according to hla statement,
they forced him to write at pistol
point, fully two days before the time
of the alleged shooting.
Witnesses \.-11l be called this morning
to testify that Bell frequently threat
ened to get Widaman into trouble and
that the charge filed by Bell against
the lawyer is the outcome.
Bell denied yesterday that he and
Widaman had ever been friends, but
admitted accepting many favors from
LAUREL CANYON CORPSE
Letters Discovered In Pockets of the
Coat Show It to Be That of
Dr. J. H. Logan of
Letters found in the pockets of the
coat on the body discovered in Laurel
canyon AVednesday showed the man
to be Dr. J. H. Logan of Weston, Ore.
Information has been sent the north
ern town in the hope that the Los An
geles authorities may be able to learn
whether the man had any enemies.
Owing to the state of the corpse it is
impossible to tell whether Logan com
mitted suicide or was killed. The body
is now at the undertaking establish
ment of Gates & Crane, Hollywood,
but no inquest will be held until the
relatives in the north are heard from.
C, M. Pierce, proprietor of the Hal
loon route excursion service, knew Lo
gan In Oregon. He says Logan had
no near relatives in the west, his wife
having died about five years ago. Mr.
Pierce says Logan often displayed con
siderable money and he thinks the man
may have been murdered.
GOOD NEWS FOR HOUSEWIVES;
ALL MEATS CUT ONE-THIRD
His Oat in All Fresh Meat at Young's Mar
ket Astonishing Cut ol One-third
Our goods are all gdvernment inspect
ed. Come under the pure food laws.
Are kept in strictly sanitary cases.
Every cut will be plainly marked. We
want you to stop in. Would like the
opporcunlty to convince you that we
fully meet these requirements. We
take great care in selection of our stock
for killing, therefore are able to give
our patrons the best meat possible.
Beginning with today the housewife
can secure for her table all good cuts
of meat at most reasonable prices.
Remember tha place where you get
good meat and courteous attention.
YOUNG'S MEAT MARKET CO.,
450 South Broadway and 800 South
While on Broadway atop at the Bartlett
Manic company. Why 7 Became they have
on exhibition Hie autopUwo to be given away
by The Herald. It will pay you. • J
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1908.
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ager failure to ret retains or experience
with fraudulent or dishonest advertisers.
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most certain for anything. - -;. ■
All errors corrected or money refunded.
, For contract solicitors and advertising
advice call Bonnet ' Press 11, Home
Want ads lc a word each Insertion.
Rooms for rent—S lines, ■ time*.
Rooms with board—« lines, f times.
HELP . WANTED
Situations wanted— S lines, S time*.
Hale and female— lines, S times.
LOS ANGELES. June 18. 1908.
Maximum temperature 72.
Minimum temperature 53.
SAN.FRANCISCO, June 18.—The pressure
is rising over the Pacific slope and condi
tions are favorable for north winds and
slightly warmer weather In California.
For Los Angeles and vicinity—Fair Fri
day; light northeast winds, changing to
For San Francisco and vicinity— Fri
day; light southwest winds, changing to
For Santa Clara valley Fair Friday;
fresh north winds.
For Sacramento valley—Fair Friday; light
south winds, changing to'fresh north.
For San Joaquln —Fair Friday;
light west winds, changing to fresh north.
EATON-SHIPPEY —Joseph I. Eaton, 52, na
tive of New Mexico and resident of El
Paso, Tex., and Katherlne Shlppey. 37,
native of Mississippi and resident of At
WOOD-RAINBOLT —Harrle O. Wood. 21.
native of Oregon, and Hilda J. Ralnbolt,
19, native of Indiana: residents of Holt
CONKLIN-BEAL—Philemon JB. Conklln, 50,
native of Illinois, and Nina C. Beal. 36,
native of Michigan; residents of Los An
STANTON-FULLER —Charles E. Stanton,
29. native of Kansas, and Florence Ruby
Fuller, 24, native of Nebraska; residents
of Los Angeles.
CACARES-MIRANDA—Jesus Cacares, 26,
and Petrla Miranda, 18; natives of Mex
ico and residents of Los Angeles.
PRATHER-WALSH —Joseph B. Prather, »4,
native of California, and Frances L.
Walsh, 24, native of Illinois; residents of
HARTY-SEYMOUR —Cyprian E. C. Harty,
80, native of British West Indies, and
Beatrice B. Seymour, 28, native of New
Zealand; residents of Hollywood.
CLARK-HlOH—Allen Clark, 21, native of
California, and Emily High, 18, native of
Kanaas; residents of Pasadena.
KAUFMAN-SILBERT —Jacob D. Kaufman,
80, and Mildred Sllbsrt, 20; natives of
Russia and residents of Los Angeles.
WILLIAMS-KIRCHHOF—Frank E. Wil
liams, 30, native of lowa, and Linda C.
Klrchhof, 27, native of Massachusetts;
residents of Los Angeles.
DUESLER-OGDON —Clyde A. Duesler, 22,
native of Illinois and resident of Pasa
dena, and Georgia A. Ogdon, 28. native
of California and resident of Anaheim.
LAWRENCE-VAN NES8 —Harris W. Law
rence, 23, native of lowa, and Josephine
Van Ness, 19, native of Arizona; residents
BALLINGER-VON HOCHGRABF —Joseph
BalUnger, 86, native of Kentucky, and
Adele von Hochgraef, 23, native of Michi
gan; residents of Los Angeles.
LEON-CASMONA —Mike Leon, 21, native of
Arizona and resident of Sierra Madre,
and Mary Caamona. 17. native of Cali
fornia and resident of Lamanda.
ELLIOTT —Died, at Pacific hospital June
18, Agnes Elliott, daughter of Mrs. H. A.
Elliott of Pasadena and alster of Mrs.
Arthur Ayres of Berkeley and Whlttlor
Elliott of Independence, Cal. Indiana
polls and Goshen, Ind., papers please
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MAGNETIC AND ELECTRICAL TREAl
ments; tub baths, aloohol and oil rubs for
nervousness and rheumatism. 848 SOUTH
GOOD MASSAGE, SCALP TREATMENT;
come see me; expert In this line; rates rea
sonable. Hooper ave. car to San Julian;
1129 SAN JULIAN. 6-14-m
GOLDEN GATE TOILET PARLORS
Electric treatments and massage for
rheumatism, etc Suite 9 and 10, 138 V, S.
SPRING ST. 6-l-m
MEDICAL BATHS, ELECTRICITY FOR
rheumatism, colds, etc.; physicians' referen
ces; 9a. m. to Up. m.; open Sunday. SUITE
8, 618!* S. SPRING ST. 6-13-m
TUB BATHS. MAGNETIC AND ALCOHOL
treatments for rheumatism and colds; physi
cians' reference. 428 E. THIRD ST. 6-21-m
MRS. MORRISON OF PITTSBURG, PA..
masseuse, face and scalp treatment. 620 S.
FLOWER ST. Home phone F6164. 61:>-27t
MAGNETIC TREATMENTS. BATHS, OIL
rubs and salt glows; manicuring. Suite A
and 7, 610H S. SPRING ST. 6-20-m
VIBRATION, ALCOHOL, OIL MASSAGE;
shampooing, face and scalp treatments.
264 EAST STH ST, suite 6. 6-20-m
INFORMATION OF MAGGIE, GEORGE OR
I.in Mul Grumbles, ages 14, 12 and 7
years respectively, by their father, GEO.
W. GRUMBLES, Los Angeles General De
MONEY MADE DAILY, AND HERALD
want ads help to make It. Let your wants
become known through Herald want ads.
Herald want ads destroy wants. C-13-x
PERSONAL — VIBRATORY TREATMENT;
ladles treated at their homes. Room 10, 736
S. GRAND AVE.; phone F7034. 6-12-33
MRS. L. PENNRICH, SPECIAL RATES
scalp and facial massage. 738 S. Broadway..
NEW PENSION LAW, ACT APRIL 19. 1908
-wldows cf Civil wur, married before June 27,
1890. entitled to $12 per month regardless of
income. N. T. KIKK. 201 Temple at I A2006.
TRAINED NURSE OF LONG EXPERIENCE
would like one or two invalids to care for In
her own beautiful home; everything first
class; best of references. Inquire at 634 BRY
SON BLK. Tel. Temple 586. t-17-i
SHAMPOOING. SCALP TREATMENT, Vi
bratory and facial massage, baths, for ladles.
1019 Albany and Covert place. Phones E2781:
Broadway 8989, 6-31-m
WANTED—MORTGAGES. WILL GIVE
free and clear lots with cash; guarantee
quick cash. GOLOFLAM A CO.. 264 K
"There are no gains without . paint."
Take pains and read over Herald want ads.
every day. Your gains will follow swiftly.
Herald want ads bring buyer and seller to
gether. Hence the great value of Herald want
Is the Home Paper
I MADE $60,000 II» MVB YEARS IN THE
mall order ouslnes* and began with only a
few dollars. There are unusual opportunity*
for making money today and it la not diffi
cult to begin. If you fcave even small capi
tal and want to start a mall order buslreai
of your own, send for my free booklet. It
tells how to make money. Address publish
er THE MAIL ORDER WORLD, box 1022.
Lockport. N. Y. *-»-
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
681 WEST SIXTH ST.
Phones — ElO7B, Main 1714.
Cuctomer*. beware of imitators who are
using our well known name, "Paclflo."
WANTED—MEN AND BOYS, THOROUGH-
Iy . competent, | fair wage* while learning
plumbing, electricity, bricklaying, etc.. In
few months; tuition back after two
months; free catalogue. UNION SCHOOL
OF TRADES AND EASTERN CON
TRACTING CO., 130-126 B. Ninth. Los
Angeles. ■ . 6-14-»
WANTED—EXPERIENCED MAN FUR BO
llcltlng of high character—not book* nor
stocks; high grade and high priced man
necessary; quick and substantial returns;
highest references required. Address BOX
4431. Herald. *-!-»
MONEY MADE DAILY, AND HERALD
want ad* kelp to make It Let your want*
become known through Herald want ads.
Herald wants ada destroy wants. t-l-»
weTwant first class~solicitor for
a new kind of advertising; another for listing
real estate. GLOBE INFORMATION BU
REAU, 347 Douglas bldg.
I TEACH PRACTICAL ASSAYING, CYANID
ing, eto. Day. evenings, 121H 8. BROAD
WAY, room 4. 6-13-50
PANAMA AND FELT HATS CLEANED,
blocked, SOo up. Factory 114 8. Broadway.
ASK FOR COMMON SENSE FIRELESS
COOKERS. At all dealers. 81090,
BEAUTY CULTURE PAYS BIG; A THOK
ough course and constant practice. Call
at the FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSING
COLLEGE, the big Broadway Beauty
School, entrance 227 Mercantile place.
Halrdresslng and manicuring 100. F7287.
WANTED—TEACHERS FOR CITY AND
country schools at good salaries. If not
certificated Join class preparing for July
examination or September examination.
We are In business to help teachers; have
helped 4600 In the past 18 years. BOYN
TON. 525 Btlmson bldg. 6-19-1
ALL LADIES TO BUY SAMPLE SHOES AT
NEW YORK SAMPLE SHOE CO., 617 South
Broadway, upstairs. Open Saturday nights.
Ladles' sample shoes $2; men's, $2.60; no
PUIPLS TO LEARN COMPLETE COURSE
In beaut, culture; by experienced teachers
from Chicago; term* reasonable. Hyglenlo
Hair Dressing Parlor, 436-7 Security bldg.
WANTED— TO TAKE CARE OF TWO
children; can stay at home or go home
nights; $5 a 'week. 401 COURT ST. 6-18-8
WANTED — EXPERIENCED HANDS ON
ladles' suits. Apply alteration department,
JACOBY BROS. 6-19-1
Help, Male and Female . ■'■.
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WANTED—PARTNER IN A WELL EH
tabllshed, well equipped millinery parlor;
some experience necessary; stock all new
and fresh and up to date; will sell a half
Interest for $400 cash. Call up Main
2494 or Temple 586. 6-18-4
We call th« attention of Investors to
the following application* which we can
confidently recommend as first class:
—Fine lot on Wllsblre blvd., $3000.
—Improved cor. Highland Park,
—Now bungalow, southwest, $3250.
—-6-room cottage, east side, $4600.
$1800 —New 7-room house, S. W., $4500.
$2000 —8-room house, northwest, $6000.
$3000 — residence at Westgate, $8000.
$3000—Now 9-room house, Hollywood,
These are all three-year 8 per cent loans.
THOS. C. BUNDY & CO.,
F4898, Main 4203. 430 S. Broadway.
CUSTOMERS WANTED FOR CITY LOTS IN
northwest; $226 to $500 each; lots on Boyle
Heights $240 'to $800 each; lots 1300 feet
north of Westlaks park $500 each; ten dollars
down, ten dollars a month. Acreage at Moor
park, $22 to $50 an acre; latter all In culti
vation, with house and barn; also one to
five acre pieces at Moorpark, $50 to $100 an
acre. Easy payments.
WICKS REALTY SYNDICATE,
Suite 620, L. A. Trust Bldg.,
Second and Spring streets. 6-7-x
WANTED TO BUY—FURNITURE AND
household goods. If you are going to sell we
will pay you one-third more than others.
Phone us. Main 1117; Home F3171. COLYEAR
FURNITURE CO., 609-611 S. Main St. 6-1-x
To Purchase, Miscellaneous
DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, OLD
gold, antiques; highest prices given. H.
B. CROUCH, Jeweler. 642 S. Broadway.
LIGHT 2D HAND DELIVERY WAGON IN
1 good order and must be cheap; state price.
, Address 4889 B. MAIN. 6-17*1
Kr!C M and specialist, formerly of Mia
"*]»ji»V™ Eyes carefully refracted, Klnsion
. fitted, eyestraln cured; 20 years' experi
ence: examination free. 455 S. Broadway
Optical repairs made. 6-9-x
■mi , '. Panama and Felt Hat*
aG^CSi Cleaned and Blocked. -
«Rsi3»a KINS EL'S HAT WORKS,
VsS>S|g7 145 North Broadway.
PANAMA AND FELT HATS CLEANED,
blocked, 600 op. Factory 114 8. Broadway.
. ■ * 6-1-x
"iPsSSSV DR. A. POLASKY, OCCULIST AND
&X&2 optician, formerly of Des Molnes. la..
T&y Is now permanently located In this
my. with office at 117 W. THIRD ST. M
years' experience. * t-l-x
g&~) TRUITT MILLINERY HAS JUST
jtt^^k what you want In small, nobby
hats. Black hat* a specialty: 536
tS ""QJ* South Spring. - 6-21-m
WILL CLEAN AND PRESS ANY KIND OF
skirt, 76c; suits, ladles' or gents', *1.26. all
work guaranteed. Phone A4738, Main 8841.
MISSOURI DYE HOUSE. »5 B. Hill. 6-14-25t
MONEY MADE DAILY. AND HERALD
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become known through Herald want nd».
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HOMELESS CHILDREN RECEIVED AND
placed In homes for adoption. Apply Rev.
O V RICE, superintendent Children'* Home
society. 8414 GRIFFIN AVS. »-l-»
ANNOUNCEMENT-ORIGINAL TALLY HO
stable*, 109 N. Broadway. 20 new livery rigs;
sample "run." Funeral carriage*. calling
broughams, tallyho parties. 6-13-33
ADA E. DAVIS, PRIVATE DANCINO IN
structor; wait* and two-step perfectly In 4
lessons. MAMMOTH HALL, 617 a Broadway,
Tuesday and Friday. FSO37. 6-18-m
PERSONAL — MANICURING. ELECTRIC
and scalp treatments; alcohol and oil
rubs. Rooms 24-25. '428}, B. SPRING ST
Sunday 1 to 8 p. m. 6-11-m
BUY HERE AT FACTORY PRICES. 810
assortment. Umbrellas re-covered and made
to order. 117 WEST FOURTH ST., new
Hellmaa building. E-l-»
ELK-SKIN SHOE FACTORY, MAKERS OF
all styles In elk-skin shoes, and special
' orders. $2 to $6; fln« repairing. 206 WEST
SEVENTH ST. . 6-1-x
CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLEANING
Work* clean* carpets, refitting, sewing
and laying. 229 B. 4TII. Main 116.
Home A8254. t-11-m
1 WILL DO YOUR MOVING CHEAP
with team and large hay wagon, $6 a day
tor 9 hours' work. Horn* phone £4108.
WATCH CLEANING 600, MAIN SPRING
60c: all work guaranteed. 649 & Main at.
SHEET MUSIC i
All the latest. 15c, 1 for St6o. J. FIELD A
CO.. 826 B. Spring St. 6-29-m
SOUTHERN MANICURING AND MASSAGE
parlors, permanently. located at 625M SO.
SPRING Si'. ■ 6-13-w
ELITE TURKISH BATHS AND MASSAGE;
ladle* exclusively. 736 a Broadway. F1676.
• ' 6-4-6Od
JAMES R. ROGERS, EX-EXAMINBR U. 8.
patent office. Patents. 428 BYRNE BLDG.
ASK FOR COMMON SENSE FIRELESS
COOKERS. At all dealer.. 81090.
CHURCH NOTICES _
SECOND church of
Simpson Auditorium. 734 South Hope
street. Services Sunday 11 a. m, and 8
p. m.: sermon from the Christian Science
Quarterly. Subject, "Is the Universe, Includ
ing Man, Evolved by Atomlo Force?" Chil
dren's Sunday school at 9:30 o'clock;
Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock.
Reading rooms, 610-611 Herman W. Hellman
building. Spring and Fourth streets, open
dally, Sundays excepted. from 9 a. m. to
9 p. m. 6-15-w
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—I9O7 4-CYLIN
der 5-pasaenger automobile, like new; cost
about $3000; give me clear city property
worth $1600 cash. Ask to see Wilson's
siums, 1610 South Main. See owner. 507
GRANT BLDG. A3454, Mala 4176. 6-17-3
WANTED—TO TRADE, DESIRABLE PROP
erty for 7-passenger Fierce, Winton or
Thomas machine. See JAMES IRWINE, 682
P. E. bldg. ; 6-14-x
CLEANED OUT— WE CLEAN THEM OUT
cheaper than other company. Bend experienc
ed men; use best disinfectant. IMPERIAL
PUMPING CO., 1311 W. 20th; Home 22040;
Weal 63M. 6-1-x
teed. MRS. M. E. WILBUR, suit* 23, 423H
S. Spring. Tel. F2OlB. • ■ ' 6-2-m
'■ '['('■_._\ -jj-y- '■_ NURSES
WANTED— OF INVALID BY PRA;i£
tical nurse. " Phone • 82610 or Add>^ esB
NURSE, 831 Westlake ave. 6- 48.3
■ — 'tr^r
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDf/rs
SEE WEST COAST BUILDING C^OTR
low prices; cash or installment plans
tree. 610 BUMILLER BLDC^ (Refer
enccsV F4898. Main 4203. ;.', . 6-16-2m
ACCORDION PLAITING, PINKING
kind* plaiting, buttons. tonno | e 4 8214 8-
BroadT-ay. ""■'■>' 8-7-m
trusses AN.'^j SUPPORTERS
london TRUSS #o. : truss fitting bpe
clallatst alastlo » Wot |try» .to. 805 W. FIFTH.
'-'.■■.■■■ ; '.I I'. . 1. ,••■■■■ ; .-.,■■■ t-10-x
r PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS '
. - Th* suocessful psychlo, tells you anything
. you iwant to know, without asking ques
tion* or .no ■ pay. , Reading* dally. - 158, 8.
HILL ST., corner of Fourth. ■•..-; l-18-m
PE.RSONAL-MRS. MASSON, THE , NOTED
palmist of London, England. Is at 122 Soul*
Spring street Readings are careful, consci-
I entious and absolutely reliable. 'j.—
y HIGH CLASS PATRONAGB Boliclthd.
mme! annuvb, tub wonderful
clairvoyant. Imbued with magnetism ; and
psychlo forces. Meet this psychlo. Special
readings 260. 74» a BDWAY. ; Bring
■this adv.". 360. «-10-60
MMB. ' KARMA, ASTRAL DEAD TRANCE
clairvoyant Readings dally. 10 to 8. Spe
cial readings 600 this week If you bring this
ad. 63914 a BROADWAY, Hotel Milton,
; suit* 1». ; '.:■:■■■' ■: ' "■ ' . ■ 6-14-8
PROF. W. B. KING. CLAIRVOYANT.
spirit medium. Readings dally, 10 to 8. Spe
cial readings Mo If you bring this ad this
week. 247 a.HILL ST., near Angels Flight
DR. GREEN, CLAIRVOYANT. BUSINESS
medium; gives life readings dally; test cir
' cles Wednesday evenings, 8 o'clock, 260.
Room 18, 119tt 8. SPRING ST. 6-1-x
MRS. WESLEY, RELIABLE LIFE READER
and medium, advice on all affairs of life.
parlors 11-12. BSIV4 S. Spring at : ■ 5-U-x
ISIS. EGYPTIAN. PALMIST, CLAIRVOY
ant and card reader. 416 W. 6TH ST. I
■ . , . -■•-. ... .-■'.,■ .■■ ; 6-19-x
MME. ORA, PALMIST AND CARD READ
er. Ladles, 260; gents, 60c i SOBV4 a Spring.
- ,-. . ■ . ■ - ■ - 8-4-m
IF YOU HAVE A BUSINESS FOR SALE
list it with me and I will sell It quicker
and for more money than any agency in
. the city. J. R. - CONLEB, successor to
Bradshaw Bros., 238 Bradbury bldg. < >
, ■ 8-IS-20
PERSONAL-BADGER TOILET PARLORS;
. scientific facial, scalp and vibratory treat
ments; manicuring and baths; hours 10 a. m.
to 10 p. m. 702 a SPRING, room 226; F7619.
. -•"■,. ;.-. MMNP ■ ■ ■ ' 6-23-m
MONEY MADE DAILY. AND HERALD
want ads kelp to make It I Let your want*
become known through Herald want ads.
Herald want ads destroy wants. IS-JJ-x
LADIES, CALL AT 466 . SO. BROADWAY,
room 19, and sea the pretty braiding and em
broidery on ■•■■■■• *-7-«
■ WASH SUITS .- . ■»
WE DESIRE YOUR BUSINESS IN REAL
estate, personal property and rentals. rail or
write. OIXIBE INFORMATION BUREAU.
347 Douglas bldg. ... ■ ■■
DO YOU WANT TO BUY.' SELL OR EX
ohange your business Bee RETAIL GRO
CERS' ASSN., room 202, 238)4 S. Broad
MATTRESS MAKING. FEATHERS BEDDING
renovated. GLOBE BEDDING CO.. 632 East
Fifth st. Main 2936. ' t-l-x
THE BURTON TOILET PARLORS ARK
now located at 730 W. SEVENTH ST.
Phone Main »426. F1953. 6-l»-x
ASK FOR COMMON SKNSK FIKKLKSB
COOKERS. At all dealers. 81090,
WE GIVE YOU A CHANCE FOB A CHOICE
ALL MAKES, ALL PRICES, largest stock
of typewriters on the coast We rent, repair
and sell. <- . • . . ■ ,j
Cut prices this summer to reduce our nig
stock; $16 to $20 less than such machines
ever sold for before In this city.
60 No. 6 and No. T rebuilt Remingtons. $34
to $65. • x
46 No. 1 and 4 Smith Premiers, rebuilt,
$36 to $66.
66 No. 10 Yosts, rebuilt, $35 to $66. ■ ■
16 No. 4 and No. 6 rebuilt Densmores, $36
to $66. ...
15 No. 2 and No. 8 rebuilt Olivers, $36 to $66.
We have a cheaper line, older models, but
rebuilt and do good work from $16 to $30.
Rental rates $2 to 83 per month. Including
LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE),
Branch American Writing Machine Co.,
138 S. Broadway.
AMU; Main 8969. , , 1-7- x
' PHYSICIANS ': /
GERMAN MEDICAL " INSTITUTE. " 508-74
Ban Fernando bldg, cor. Fourth and Main.
Pronss: Office, „ F1127) sanitarium, DUST,
Boyle 247; residence, Hone F4167, Main 7429.
'■ - :'-■.-- t-7-m
SPECIALIST FOR MEN SINCE 1878; CON
sultatlon free. 520 W. THIRD ST. Take
1 Angel flight car. 10 to It, 1t04,8 to T.
DR. MERRILL, NEW YORK AUTHORITY
on diseases of men and women. 20814 Bouts)
■ Broadway. ■ . ■ -; ■ 6-10-x
DR. TAYLOR, WOMAN SPECIALIST AND
obstetrics. 416 V, 8. SPRING ST. 6-H-m
DR. UORDON'B MEDICAL OFFICSS,
462 H S. Broadway.
Expert specialists for diseases of women.
Permanent cures guaranteed.
■ Consultation Free. 5-23-m
DR. HAIGH, EXPERT WOMAN'S BPECIAIr
-Ist; also chronic skin, liver, bowel and genlto
urinary diseases of both sexes. 840 Byrne
bldg., 3rd and Broadway. 8-14-rq
DENTISTS >;.1 (/
DR. R. K. 1112 WES, DENTIST, IS NOW
permanently located at room .200, Broad
way Central buldlng, 424 a'Broadway.
I ■ i-22-m
DR. BACHMAN, FORMER MINNEAPOLIS
dentist 808 O. T. Johnson l)idg.. Fourth ana
• Broadway. ' .! - - t-4-x
CITY STEAM CARPET CirEANING^WORKs)
MAIN 427; HOME F«229. 2152 Sacramento st.
Carefully clean, make over, renovate and
size fine rugs and carpet*. JOHN BLOESER.
t / ■ ■ : 5-31-m
PIONEER CARPET "^LEANING WORKS,
Incorporated. W. C. cilne, president, 715 a
Olive. Tel. Home F&80; Sunset Main 217.
• -s ■- - <r t-1"
LOS ANGELES STE,iM CARPET CLEANING
CO., 829 E. Second./Rentting a specialty. H.
L. Ooodell. A9229;^'Maln 74. • 5-26-m
for any roan •irith some help to make a
good living ii nd some money, that la If
ho wants to work, and I will take his
equity in a pottage or rooming house or
a small ramiti and give good trade. • Call
at 940 Central ave.. or 215 Mason opera
house. ' / 8-18-2
IF YOU WA TO BUY OR SELL A BUSI
' ness or rrA m lng house, real estate or loan
or borroi money see CONLEB at 238
Bradbury/ bldg. and he can help you.
v' . ■■, ■ : 6-17-5
MONEY /MADE DAILY. AND HERALD
want flu kelp to make It. Le: your wants
becom*| known through Herald want ads.
Heral^i want ads destroy wants. - t-13-x
/■ "* ATTORNEYB.AT.LAW . . ■
DA"^i D a ROBERTS. NOTARY PUBLIC
'/nd conveyancer, room 210 Central bldg.,
■ /corner 6th and Main sts. All papers care
w fully and legally drawn. ;•■-., 6-16-11
/MARIIIAOE AND PROBATE LAWS; NO
fees without success. E. P. MOREY, 621
Etlmson, Third and Spring. Phone 6718. Open
evenings. - - 6-1-x
DIVORCE LAWS. FREE ADVICE; NO FEE}
WITHOUT SUCCESS. 122 W. THIRD ST.
OFFICE 821. CALL 2 TO 6 P. M. :
■■ -y - ■ ■ \ : 6-17-8m
- BILLIARD TABLEB .-,',•..;
YOU SHOULD HAVE -MY PORTABLE
billiard table In. your home: . no special
room required; all sizes; low priced but
lit for experts. Come and sea. ■ BIDDER
HOF. 230 Laughlln bldg. ■■-■'-■' * ■ 6-17-w
; ■""."". "J" ""^^'"^TwjnSs^^^v >• ~-?*~~}'*?".
Low " rent, => low ; prices. i Sample line
,' trunk*, suit < cases, traveling i bags, - ladles'
A alligator ;*i and ■ walrus ■ hand '* bags, » coin
. purses . and * wallet*. SAMPLE . TRUNK
\ STORE, 41$ W. Seventh,,'! ;;,.•,- .-,. 6-l£-l»
':'.. BUSINESS ;, OPPORTUNITIES :
TELEPHONES I MAIN HOI; #4111. |
- < Rooms Sl4-116 Severance blag.
' Northwest corner Sixth and Main streets.
It la our business to put people la business.
' For Sale— of the fln*»t furnished
; rooming houses In the I city of . Los An
geles with 22 rooms and every room full;
line location, good lease, cheap rant, price
reasonable; $800 wilt handle i this beauti
• ful bouse. For particulars ■*• my agents,
LEAHY A SON.
> Her* Is a business that: dears from
1800 to 1400 par month, has 14 head of
horses, 7 wagons, and could | usa | that
• many more; this Is on* of the best propo
i sitions that we have over „ bad ion : our
lists; If this suits you sea my agents.
LEAHY A SON. • ^
♦ 1600, buys the best bakery and dell
catessen In a boom suburb of Los - An
gelea;. receipts averaging $35 a day; rent ;
only $25, with good lease. The owner
Is about to connect himself with large
. Industry. ; If you want something ex
tremely good In this line, which Is and
will continue to be a big money maker,
sea my agents. LEAHY A BON. ■
12660 buys finest equipped and best pay
ing 6-cent moving picture house on Paciflo
coast, located at It* most ■ popular beach,
. with 800 seating capacity space, modern a?
pllanoas and fireproof environments; good
lease; Just on the *v* of th* summer rush.
This popular theater Is offered at less than
I cost; owner Is going abroad. Sea my agents,»
LUAUY * SON.
,' For sale, on* of the finest equipped millin
ery stores in Southern California: located In
a fashionable and dressy town of about 4000
people; doing a vary nice business and di
rectly across from th* postoSlo*. Price for a
few days only fUOO. Sea LEAHY A BON.
•s'-'';^>P7. ■ -•■ • ■ -i~>
■<r:'-"----'- ''r''' ■■~T:.:"' '■'• -'"■ --'•:>?
For sale, my cash grocery. On* of - th*
vary beat In th* state; never before bean of
fered for sale. Will sell at Invoice and.
sell fixtures away below what they < are
worth. . Good trade, good lease; owner sick I
and must get out of the business. Requires
about I3OOU. Be* LEAHY A BON. .
" — /gg
• For sale, one-half Interest In a very profit
able business; been established for years;
clearing to each partner more than 1200 a
month; must be a man of unquestionable
character and have $760. For particular*
| see .LEAHY * BON.
$800 restaurant; all day and night trade;
th* secured ticket service alone equal to en
tire proposition; rent only $25 per month; re- ,
ceipts $40 par day; good 1 year lease. Your
Inspection solicited and every opportunity to
Investigate the business and books will• be
given with satisfactory reasons for selling. |
Call on my agents, LEAHY & BON *
$560 for fixtures, the stock at Invoice
price, will purchase on* of th* finest high
class choice meat, fish and oyster markets
In a seleot neighborhood; receipts $50 per
day; rant only $21 per month; good horse
and wagon; marble top counter, an entire
outfit In keeping with a first class cash
and safa credit trade. For particulars se*
liKAHY A BON.
$1500. Hera la a bargain. Poolroom and
cigar stand, rent only $40 per month; ta
bles In splendid condition: doing a good,
thriving business; no other poolroom la vi
cinity; cigar stand good paying investment.
For terms of sale sea my agents, LEAHY *
Grocery located at on* of th* sea port.
towns, doing a ship business of about $100
j par day; a rare opportunity and must be
seen to be appreciated; will require about
$1500. Sea owner at • LEAHY * SON'S
1600 or Invoice will buy one of the neatest, I
bast located and most prosperous groceries
In Los* Angsres; good horse and wagon, barn,
ate.; rant only $15; Investigate this proposi
tion before you locate. Owners are compelled
to leave the olty; will expose books; trade
I* largely cash. Sea LEAHY *> SON. , -
$4000 bard war* store. In a good thriving
nearby town, also a $7000 hardware business
In a large and growing Southern California I
city, and several other hardware and stove
stores In good locations, just listed with
LEAHY * BON.
Cigar, confectionery and lea ; cream
■tore; rent only $80 per month; lease good
and., renewal; can wbe bought at Involo*
price; bast location In Santa Monica.
Present owner has been > there for three
years and Is going east. This chance to
buy a profitable business at less than ac
tual coat can ba obtained through my
•gents, LEAHY * BON.
.■■■■• ..—, ■;;■;■
Grocery doing • cash business;
horse, wagon, scales and fixture* cost
over $9000; rent $30; 8 living rooms;
nearest grocery la 1 blocks - away; I fine
opportunity for man with small . capital.
Will Invoice and accept suitable payment
proposition. Oood reasons for selling. See
LEAHY A SON.
IF YOU WANT TO mCCHANQa TOUR
PROPERTY LIST IT WITH US. WB
HA VIS A LARQB LIST, BOTH CITY AND
. country. , "-"•yy;yv: '... -■"
$6550 —An extremely well established
business clearing $3000 a year in largest
city In middle west. Owner la sick and
away, wife looking after business; would
exchange for real estate or fruit tract In
or near Los Angeles. This Is Indeed a big
snap. Bee LEAHY A SON.
For sale —My i feed, . fuel and '* grocery
.•■■ store, located on on* of th* best business
streets In th* city, doing a cash 'trad* of
$75 per day; price only $1800; fixtures
alone worth half th* price asked. See my
agents, LEAHY A BON. i
Here you ' are boys! A pool room on
Main street with 8 pool tables; coat $300
apiece and a 8-chalr barber shop, coat at
least $400; cheap rent, good lease, doing;
a business In th* pool room of $160 a week
and in the barber shop ; $125 par \ week;
price for both only $2000. Sea my agents,
LEAHY A SON. - ' ,
■ $8000 —U-room house ' between i Central
, and Stanford sts.; would exchange for Im
proved city . property . valued lat $3000: the
balance In partial payments. ■,.- .:■■■-■■
• 4700-—ju acres with (-room house and
bath- all planted with fruit trees except
ing where the ■ House stands; located at
Altadena between Fair Oaks and Lincoln
ava There are » hydrants on place and
a most beautiful " lawn, i< also cemented
water fountain 4 with : plenty ;of goldfish.
. Would exchange < for < Improved Los Ao
geles property. flf ; you. want an elegant
home In one of our suburbs see my agents,
: LEAHY A BON. ■|^W»|I»
<t We have buyers' for cigar stands; restau-;
rant* and pool room*. If you have any
thing first class come and see us. LEAHY
y&BON,y-./ ; ■■:\:.';\-:y.yy
•■•>^s'*ftir. trying other agents '■;•■'•
'M>fisrM**. without ■ sucoens, .' consult '.■■-■>■:■■
USAHX * BOS, Sixth and state at*.
ffewSsp'-i: ■.»■■';..■•■ • ■ • ■■• -- •; ■ -r. •-17-1