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.',^\ fp . .WANTED
WANTED—MKN AND BOYS; NO EXPENSE
fur Instruction; learn automobiles, electric
ity, plumbing, bricklaying trade In months
Instead of years; study half and work half
time; write for catalogue. UNITED THADfcJ
HCHOOL CONTRACTING CO., 647 Pactflo
Klectrlo Bldg. or 234 Allso St. 7-1-lino
WANTHD-PRESS FEEDER, ONIS WHO
con feed both cylinder and platen presses.
Address Evening Index, San Bernardino.
WANTED AN ENGINEER TO RUN TWlN
ncrew boat gas engines. Apply to R. UHW
|| HON. 1408 Tobcrman st., Los Anselcß. 7-4-1
U .I'— !■•«,.« AI
LADIES AND OlitLß AT HUME. STEADY
or •vtnlncs: can stamp transfer, |l.ii)
oa*. upward; original, reliable firm. Room
•14 MASON iILDU.. 121 W. Fourth
•' , »-11-tf
WANTED-FOUR LADIES, I3EAOTT CUlj
ture: pay big; learn right. FLORENTINE)
HAIRDREBSINQ COLLEGE, world's
largest. £17 Mercantile place, turner Broad
—MAI.K OH FEMAI.M
WANTED— MEN AND WOMEN TO IJBARN
tat barber' tr*4ai guaranteed In eight
wtcks. Cats', rgus free. MOHLER BAR
BER COLLEJB. 11l ■■ gaoond St. »■!.»
YOUNG MAN OF GOOD HABITS, WITH
II) years' business experience, wants posi
tion on all or part time. Can take charge
of office, write ads., keep- books, act as
cashier, credit man, correspondent, etc.
Have been omployod by wholesale manu
facturing, real estate, automobile and
newspaper tlrms and can show Al ref
erences. Address M. H. 8., 1543 NORTH
HOOVER. 6-30 - 7
YOUNG MAN, BNOUBH, WITH FIVE
years' business experience In England, wants
position; speaks French and a little German;
ihii luk" chnr-! of office, act as correspond
ent or do any ordinary work. Address A.
ELLIOTT, Hotel Venice, 128 E. «th St., Los
POSITION WANTED—YOUNG MAN, 22
years old, wants a Heady position; has had
cxperlcnoe In grocery store; am not afraid
if work. If you want a steady man, writs
Hoom 16," 326 Vi 8. Broadway, giving par
SITUATION wanted by AN AGED
Englishman as secretary, librarian, writer,
rtader, accountant or musician; good ref
erences and security If required. Address
••Englishman," Herald ofllce. '7-2-4
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
MODO7 610 Vlgnes street. Main 17!*;
Home A4SB4. Man tor b.ou»Kcleanln«.
yard work and general labor. »-»»-"
\VANTEr>- -POSITION AS HEAD HARDEN
er or ranch foreman by thoroughly expe
rienced man: married. have no children.
.1. 'SCHMIDT, Ml Temple street. 7-3-4
POSITION WITH RELIABLE REAL' ESTATE
ilrm In or out of city by young man of good
appearance. Address W. 0., 421 S. Los An
ts e lcs St. 7 3"4
YOUNO MAN. EXPERIENCED COLLECTOR,
desltM position with some reliable firm. O.
J., Hotel Chapman. 7-3-4
WANTED—LIGHT WORK IN CITY. CALL
or write 328% 8. Broadway, Room IS. or
phone Broadway 0643. 7-1-4
WANTED-BY GOOD, HONEST, 13-YEAR
oId boy, work on a ranch; good home.
PHONE 41723. . 7-3-4
„ SITUATIONS — FEMALE
WANTED—PERMANENT POSITION BT
bn«kki»nrr k typewriter and cashier, 16 years'
experience; references. Address BOX 86SJ,
WANTED—TO CARE FOR CHILDREN
evenings or Invalids while mothers are out.
Phone Main 4704. Ask for Mrs. Farrell.
' (SITUATIONS — AND I *.M \IJ4
WANTED—WORK IN PRIVATE HOUSi,
110 month, room and board, while attend
ing school; school hours from I to t p. m.
p. O. BOX 147. City. >-H-tl
WANTED—TO PURCHASE STOCK
Block In the Los Angeles Investment com
pany; any amount up to $40,000; will pay
within 5 per cent of the company's selling
price. G. F., car* Glob* Savings Bank.
* " ~~^ s-U-tt
'I ' HOUSES
WANTED-» 1500 ON 6-ROOM MODERN BUN-
Kalow In Boyle Heights, at 10 per cent.
See R. M. RUSSELL. 644 Douglas Bldg.
Wanted—cash paid FOR FEATHBH
beds, Til BAN PEDRO »T. ?kones
r»Ml: Main 110*. li-11-lt
WANTED—SECOND " HAND FILJ3 CASES
(or card system and document ale; must ba
modern and la good order. BOX 221, Her
VIOLIN TUITION AT OWN OR PUPIL'S
residence; terms moderate: outfits provided;
city references. PROF. E. H. MILLETT,
1218 WEST BTII ST., city. 7-4-2
Ziss Bang Boom
This Is the Bay We Celebrate
Tomorrow will be the day after, and then the same
With every recurring Fourth you are just that
much older and your chances correspondingly less.
You want to be independent in your old age, don't
you? Well, it's up to you. Every issue of The
Herald contains offers of exceptional merit.
Read Herald ads. carefully. Remember Los An
geles is just at the threshold of her future greatness.
Opportunity knocks just as insistently at your
door as it did during the last boom.
It's hard for people to realize the fact on account
of the big things doing.
The growth of the business and industrial sec
tions simply means increased values in all kinds of
GET IN THE RUNNING AND KEEP UP
WITH THE PROCESSION.
-»<-i ■-■■n_n_i ...._- -i - - i-^-._..^.._ -i -i- i-ii-ii.i- i- -»..»~>si~>ir~ -
. ATARTMKNTS— FDKNISIIEU AMD
752-7J4 8. FLOWER ST.
On« of the finest family hotels In th» nut.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heat;
hot and cold water; electrto lights; Europaa.it
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
Pbones: Main Mil; FtHi. frt-tl
The St. Regis
Housekeepng apartments, 237 So. Flower st.
Main 2290; A 7336. Near business center; at
tractive building, cool porches, room phones,
clean, nicely furnished apartments, 112.(0
Single room* S2.SO, *1 weekly; 18.50 to
I.", .monthly. 7-2-lmo
JEWELRY, ALL KINDS, ENAMELED,
made iv order, repaired', stones sat; old
gold bought. O. C. OIESCHEN. 720
Broadway Central Hldg. F2593. «-23-tf
HE B. THIRD ST.
10» all outside rooms; 50 with prlrata
bath; central location; elevator service;
•team heat; rates as low as 115 month;
with private bath. til. , Main 2330; Horns
_ 11i_ ■-««-»
FOR RENT—II 2 MONTH. WATER PAID,
nice 4-room house; hard finish, lawn, gas
throughout. Inquire 1255 E. 65th st. 6-29-7
TO LET—FINE LOCATION FOR ALMOST
any kind of business, especially grocery
and meat. Street being paved. 120 per
month; will give lease. Owner, R. M. RUS
PKI.I.. 644 Douglas Bldg. ' 7-3-3
But Walk Direct Upstairs to
where you will find
Baker Hoey Typewriter Co.
selling all makes of typewriters
at less than one-half manufactur
er's price. We'll also rent you
the machine of your choice at
This Should Interest You
ALL. MAKES REBUILT TYPEWRITERS.
Prices lowest In the city.
Regular 13 rental machines reduced to S2.M
month, or three months for 15.
LOS ANGELEd TYPEWRITES EXCHANGE
AMERICAN V/RITINQ MACHINE CO.,
A 6913. ■ 13» S. - Broadway. Main 3959.
VISIBLE TYPEWRITER, FINE ORDER;
writes as good as ever. With case com
plete, for quick cash. 110. This machine Is
worth 140. Must have money. Apply room
11, 244H S. BROADWAY. 7-9-2
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT AND RENTED.
All makes guaranteed; repairing. BAKKB
IIOKY CO. (Ins.). SMH So. Broadway.
Main 4B!)1; A 4070. 10-11-tt
FOR SALE—FINE " NEW FIFTEEN HUN
dred dollar stock of merchandise, known
as the Hemet Racket Store. Best location
In town. In new cement building with three
year lease. Everything In first class con
dition. No back Indebtedness. Best bargain
In Southern California, In a fast growing
town of 2000 population. Everything up to
date . Must sell at once. Call on or address
HEMET RACKET STORE, Hemet, Cal.
FOR SALE—PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, Es
tablished 11 years; good location and busi
ness; a bargain. Address SNOW, photogra
pher, San Bernardino, Cal. 7-3-2
BARGAINS IN SODA FOUNTAINS— PA
CIFIC COAST SODA FOUNTAIN FAC
TORY. 183 B. Fourth St. 6-2%tf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS^ FBRBONA&
Injury claims specialty; estati*a settled. J.
W. MACT. 631 Douglas bid*. Phones AMML
Main 8633. ■ tf
DIVORCE LAWS OF NEVADA AND OTHER
states free on request. BOX 623, Ooldfleld,
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JULY i, 1010.
■ • New, Modern and Strictly
Down to Date
The Largest Co-operative Build
ing Company in the World
« Builder and Owner.
These Choice Homes Are Located Upon Our
College Tract aid Annex
And contain all of the most modern Interior finish and conveniences, as hard
wood floors, beams, plate rail, buffet, beautiful fireplace, bookcases, buffet
kitchen, screen porch, decorated and tinted walls, cement porch, gas, electric
lights and sewer, lawns made, shade trees, etc.
Each home buyer Is given the free use of and option upon the adjoining va
cant lot (or two year» at present price.
A FEW PRICES
—Modern S-Room Bungalow.
$3100 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3850 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3400 —Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
—Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
$4100 —Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
$5000—Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
$5700—Modern 8-Room Bungalow.
Others from (3000 to $7000.
All upon our rent-paying term*. Monthly payment! Including Interest, In
surance and taxes.
OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT
Upon the same terms.
Agents at Tract. /
Grand avenue car marked West 48th street direct to the tract.
Our autos in waiting at our Hill street office every day except Sunday.
Have properties in all sections of the city.
DEEBLE TRACT SPECIALS
Hooper aye. car on Spring st. to S6th st.
/ 12150 Modern (-room bungalow.
' i $2500 Modern 6-room bungalow.
lion cash, $25 a month.
' Call and let us show you some of our choice homes, «
Los Angeles-Investment Go.
Main 2248 333-337 S. HILL ST. 60127
Sec for Yourself Is Belie
We know if you only will go and see these houses you will be convinced,
as others have, that we are building the best 6 and 6-room bungalows in
the city. % -
south y^^^^~^-^^^^j Center
Park ' Jy i»^ ty
4^ mm -^ (**|
Modern In every detail—beamed ceilings, paneled hardwood floors,
built-in bookcases, window seats, leaded glass buffets, cabinet kitchen,
woodstone drain boards, etc.
Make your selection early— are going fast. Why should they not,
as they are the most for the money In the city. Gas, electricity, sewer,
i ' $2750 to ,$3250
Small payment down. Balance like rent.
Investment Building Company '
1005-1008 W. P. ; Story Building. ■ ■■'
Phones; F3175, Broadway 4576. V AGENT ON TRACT.
M WOOD AS NEW MODERN (-ROOM
Buffet. flr»pl*oe. cabinet kltoh«n. Ml**
porch, bath, toll.t. tinted wall». twautttul
Hooper ay«. car lln« on Mth it
rHIS IS A GENUINE BARQAIIf.
Price |2340~52« a Month.
333-337 S. Hill St.
Kaia mi ««"•
LAROE3T CO-OPERATIVE BUILDINO Ca
IN THB WORLD.
NEW MODERN COTTAGE
On 46th, near Hooper, $2400; worth $3000.
Modern fine 6-room residence, 61st and
Modern down-to-date residence, 17 rooms,
la finest location, $30,000; part trade.
ERIKSON & CO.
106 West Sixth St., Ground B'loor.
F2374, Broadway JlB2. 7-2-3t
A 6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON SOUTH
Olive at., $2400; small payment cash, balance
like rent. This is a bargflain. See OWNER,
brick store, corner 68th and Moneta aye. 7-3-3
A 5-ROOM NEW BUNGALOW ON DENVER
aye., one block west of Flgueroa, $1700; easy
t-rms to rig), party. See OWNER, brick
store, corner oneta and Slauson. 7-3-3
BUNGALOW FOR SALE-A NEW, BUNGA-
Iow just completed, $1600; cash $100, $25 per
month; southwest. See OWNER, brick store,
corner 58th and Moneta aye. 7-3-3
FOR SALE-PORTABLE HOUSE, 18x26; FINE
condition. Low prlca (or immediate sale;
cash or terms. SOUTH 3588, or P. O. BOX
1103. Hui tlngton I'ark. t-U-tt
FOR SAI*E—6-ROOM, BTRICTLT MODERN
cottage on 33nd St., near Trinity St., with
of- without furniture; cheap for cash. Phone
OWNER, Home 414 M. 7-l-4t
FOR BALE-STOP. LOOK AT NO. W. K.
4STH ST.; new bungalow. « rooms, $2«*n.
Jiuo cash. S2S par mouth. 1-t-lt
I $500 1
I Orchard I
I Dale I
*» Acres <»
*» Honest Values «*
Invest your money In beautiful «a
j*& East Whlttler, 5, 10 and 15-acre
i ffy tracts. Go out and see the new '€&
._ orchards being; planted. Two- m
*"■ year-old orchards sell at SlBOO
O9- per acre; 4 and 5-year-oid orch- w
.„ ards $3000 to «3500 per acre. w
** We can positively show yon
ffy where you can clear $500 per acre 40
In two years. One-fourth tat.li,
*& balance long time at low Inter
ffa. phi. Come prepared to buy and "€/>
see this beautiful spot. &$
*& ORCHARD DALE—An Ideal ***
tjx home villa. Subdivision overlook- -€O
ing mountain, valley and sea. Ah- «
-a Holutely frost less, rich si It soil,
abundance free water; $100,000 f/$
&> worth of Improvements given to
ys. Its purchasers. *"
JJ SEE ORCHARD DALE w
*» early and buy the cream "**
««■ of Southern California. «»
2 Davison, jj
Z Smith *z
Z & Mizener ;
«*• OWNERS, m
Z 218-219 Pac. Elec. Bldg. Z
** Phone A 3617 *»
<«■ Daily ex. su tf &
SACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATED
lands. The largest irrigation project In
California. The most valuable water right
In the world, granted by special act of
Irrigating an area from 4 to 12 miles
wide and 70 miles lone In Glenn and
Colusa counties; 150 miles northeast of
Ean Francisco; 85 miles north of Sacra
mento. Both river and rail transporta
tion. Roads graded around each quarter
section. Water delivered to the highest
boundary of each 40. Complete drainage
system. Most perfect system of irrigation
ever undertaken. No pioneering i to be
done. Good towns, with telephones, elec
tricity, schools, churches; $125 an acre.
Including perpetual water right; $15 an
acre cash, balance in ten annual pay
ments. No land sold to speculators—
actual —tillers of the soil wanted.
This is a Kuhn project. The Kuhns de
veloped the Twin Rails region in Idaho
and their previous signal achievements of
this kind Insure the success of their lat
est and greatest undertaking. SACRA
MENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION CO.,
W. 8. Kuhn. President. The Kuhn Cali
fornia Project. Vernon J. Barlow, Resi
dent Manager. 506 Central Bldg., Los
Angeles. Cal. - t-l-tt
riverside" county .
Orange or Alfalfa Land
You can grow anything on this land that if
grown in California. Comes under big Irri
gation project; must sell Immediately.
$700 Cash, Other Half Long Time
$200 Cash, Other Half Long Time
Only $2.25 Per Acre
No alkali or hardpan; plenty pure water;
near railroad; perfect title; should bring $100
per acre in one year.
An opportunity of a lifetime. Don't miss it.
CALIFORNIA LAND X2O.
611-2 San Fernando Bldg. Phone A 1365.
OWENS VALLEY LANDS
Apple, alfalfa and general farming lands
for sale in Owens river valley at prices
ranging from $10 per acre up.
RANCHES IN ANY SIZE
from 10 acres up, with the cheapest water
in the state. Call at our office for Informa
tion, printed matter, etc. Let us Arrange
with you for a trip to the valley on one of
340 Byrne Bldg. F4158; Broadway 4087.
i fine level land with plenty of water, $3000;
100 acres fine land, no improvements, $1200.
good improvements, $6000. All in Los Angeles
county. For further Information see or write
ERIKSON & CO.
105 Wi Sixth St., Ground Floor. 7-3-3
Beautiful country home sites on La Mesa
Mlravllla; 8000 feet elevation; mountain
water; choice apple, pear and cherry land;
• and 10 acre tracts. BEAUMONT LAND
A WATER CO., »1« Central Building. Los
Angeles. Cal. «-3»'"
TOR SALE-PERRIS VALLEY.
Choice alfalfa lands, 640 acres; rater guar
anteed; big snap at $60.
STACK REALTY CO.. 831 8. Spring St.,
k"2115, or STACY-WAGNER CO.. Riverside.
ACREAGE FOR SUBDIVISION
IF YOU WANT
I have four 80-acre tracts of No. 1 land,
level, fenced, 3 miles from good town, on
■ nice county road; house, barn, fine well on
one of the SO-ncro lots; good crops on all of
them. Come quick and get your choice, only
$60 to $80 per acre, half cash, balance long
I n!so have the best paying fruit, vegetable,
grocery and notion store in the lively town
of Santa Maria, Cal., for sale; Invoices at
$3500, but as owner Is completely disabled
will sell for $2500, $2000 cash. This is some
WM. T. MANTZ,
' Santa Maria, Cal. 6-30-6
~- ' PIANOS
PIANOS AT $».»0 AND $» PER MONTH.
Square pianos of standard market In ex
cellent condition. Will sell on the abort
■mall payments. OHO. J. BIRKBL CO..
S4I-547 B. Spring st. 10-21-tt
A NICE BUILDING LOT ON HTH ST.. TWO
lots east of Moneta aye., $100 cash, $15 per
month. See OWNER, brick store, corner 68th
and Moni'ia. 7-3-3
FOR K.W.i: 1 LARGE SAND LOTS, WELL
located; firm view. All 3 for $1000, or one
for $350. Bee owner. R. M. RUSSELL, 544
Sougla* Bids 7-3-3
BCHOOLS AND COLLEGES [
College of Fixe Arts, U. S. C,
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request.
W. L. JUDSON, Dean.
CITY LOTS AM) I,.ANDS
FOR SALE—I~CAN SELL A
fine big lot between Moneta and
Figueroa, 45x140 to alley, for
$600. Can make terms $25 cash
and $10 a month if desired.
PHIL A. KILFOIL, 147 South
Broadway. Home 60195.
Through train servico from I.os Angles
to Parker via tho new Parker cutoff, opened
July 1. Government engineers now survey
ing at Parker for canal to irrigate first
unit of 12,000 acres land.
Parker lots at opening prices.
G. A. MARSH CO.
Branch Office 436 Chamber of Commerce
FOR SALE—GOOD RESIDENCE LOT, N.
W. corner 67th aye. and Aldama St.,
Highland Park; street work, sidewalks
and sever all paid for; fine bungalow
site. Can arrange terms. Address
1541 NORTH HOOVER. 6-19-tf
FOR SALE-50X150 LOT IN 8. W. ; GOOD
location; $660. This lot is guaranteed to be
40 or cent under the values nrkerl for ad-
Joining lots. See K. M. RUSSELL, 544
Douglas Bldg. 7-3-2
LOTS FOR BALE— NICE CORNER LOT ON
Olive St., southwest, J120O; easy terms It
taken at once. Sco OWNER, brick store,
corner 68th and Moneta, 7-3-3
IJBPARATsI LOCKED IRON ROOMS, 11 It
per month. Trunks, boxes, etc.. 25a to 60a
Phone for our large van when you m»ve,
11. »«r sour.
OOLTHAR WAREHOUSE) CO..
. tll-17-ll San Pedro st. Main office 101-11
a. Mala st. Phone Main 1117; F2ITI.
STOCKS AND BONDS
STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS.
Bee W. S. RIDDELL.
407 H. W. Hellman bldg. 7-3-3
$3.00 RAZOR SALE AT $1.00
While they last; your choice with each
razor, a strop or a hair cut free. 248 S.
Spring St. A 3401. 6-86-8
FOR SALE—FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANDERSON. 212 N. Main st. 6-15-tt
FOB EXCHANGE —J. HAVE A CUSAB
lot at Redondo, S blocks from city ball,
facing; tile ocean j fine for apartments or
botel; street work all In; gas, electricity
and sewer: fine view of the ocean; would
trade for lot at Hantlngton Park, Glen
dale or city, Lot valued at $900; makt
affer. OWNER, box 664. Herald office.
1000-acre ranch, near Fresno; 600 to (00
acres good orange land; Including 120 head
of stock; only »27 per acre. Will take clear
Income property in Los Angeles.
STACY REALTY CO.,
■ . 531 S. Spring St.
FOR EXCHANGE-FIVE ACRES OF CHOICE
orange* property, value $1000, near Porter
ville for good runabout. A. B. _ ijo w.
Hollywood blvd., Hollywood, Cal. 6-26-8
FOR EXCHANGE-WB CAN EXCHANGE
your property, no matter where located.
BLACK Cl COMPANY, 418-20 Grant Bldg.
WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK
Gold company and other mining stock for
stock In California Wave Motor company
(Reynolds). BOX 242. Herald. 6-26-tl
FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLEAR LOT
la Colton that I will trade for diamonds,
farnlture, auto, or what have you? Ad
dras « BOX 034. Herald. »-11-tt
WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE FOR A
good 45-70 Springfield rifle 7 Address BOX 201
Herald office. 4'a"
FOR EXCHANGE-A GOOD 45-70 RIFLE FOR
a good shotgun, or what have you» Address
BOX 202 Herald office. 4-»-t«
FOR EXCHANGE-A GOOD 45-70 RIFLB
for a good shotgun, or what have you? Ad
dress BOX 202. Herald. 4-29-tf
CHE\P JOHN BUYS AND SELLS EVERY
thlng. Addreas 716 E. FIFTH ST. 6-22-lmo
WE ABB SPECIALISTS FOR AND CUKE
ethically and quickly blood diseases, rheu
matism, piles, fistula, varlcocele, kidney,
bladder and all pelvlo diseases of men and
women. Consultation free. Suite 405 SXOKY
BLDG.. Sixth and Broadway.
' " 08. CROCKER.
Specialist for Women.
Hamburger's' Majestlo Theater Bulldla*.
Absolute privacy. Hour* 10 to 4.
- WOMAN'S HOSPITAL ~~"
Obstetrics, surgical and medical cases. Terms
reasonable. 1246 South Flower. F4U4. 2-U-tf
DR. TAYLOR. 317V4 S. MAIN ST. Dia
bases "f women. '-*'"
" THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
E-cluslvely for women and children. Best
equipped and homelike hospital In the city
for confinement cases. Terms to suit. 1246
South Flower. F4134. 3-12-tf
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
"~ BALT~LAKI ROUT!
All trains daily except as noted.
s Sunday only, w Week days only.
Leave | First 'street Station I ArrlyO_
fifiooTm Los Angeles Limited 4:80 pm
8:00 prn Overland Express 8:00 am
Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul,
Omaha, Kansas City, Den
ver and gall Lake.
8:35 am San Bernardino, 8:00 am
11 iam Colton, 8:35 am
3:40 pm Riverside, 10:41 am
6:24, pm ■ Ontario and 5:15 pm
8:«) pm Pomona 7:10 pm
6:45 am 8:1° am
8:10 am s 0:03 am
8:50 am Long Beach 10:50. am
10:60 am and 3:15 pm
1:30 pm a San Pedro 5:05 pm
8. .3 pm ■ 6:10 pm
5:30 pm . w 6:50 I""
s 7:60 pm
s 9:50 pm
8:50 ami . w 10:60 am
I;JO [ini.w Santa Catallna Island w |:|0 pro j
| s 9:60 I'm |
"j;00 pm] Searchlight, UoldfieU }T:oO~ani
BCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
by experienced teacher. Terms raolarau*
110 W. list it. Phone South 141*.
Itli iiuur, Hamburger Dldg.. Los j&iigeles.
itibtiir^ t'-olieye. .mul,m-«ni corner r.iKiUli
and Hill ttraet*. F67001 .Main 511.
.SJKNI) FOB ILI/I, INFOBBIATIOK.
DURING THE PAST FIVE YEARS A
large number of people have been advanced
one or more periods after attending tho
ROWELL VACATION SCHOOL. 7-3-3
LOS A NOBLES BUSINESS COLLEGE. 411
W. Fifth at. E. I.. UUKAUJSR. Fa. D.,
president since 1110. 10-17-U
UEALD'3 BUSINESS COLLEGE, NORTH*
east corner Eighth ani Hill sts. Telephones^
F6700, Main 611. 6-8-lmot
BKOWNSBERGER COMMERCIAL COI?
lece, »■*-? W. JTH. Send for catalogue.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
alogue describing bookkeeping and shorthand
courses? Y. M. C A. 6-U-U
tit. Bachmann, SO5-200 Majestlo Theates
BId(., 843 I. ltil»-i'. F6081; Main 3816.
RAILWAY, TIME TABLES j
SOUTHERN PACIFIC j
From Arcade Station. Fifth and Central aye.
Leava | I Arrive
am Saa Francisco via Coast Line, 8:46 ana
1:15 am San Luis Oblspo, Paso Robles. 2:30 pa
2:30 pm Del Monte, Monterey, Santa 9:30 vat
6:1.1 pm Cruz, San Jose and east 11:45 sol
8:00 pm _____ 1
San Francisco and Mojave
6:30 pm Sacramento, Oakland, via 7:011 am
t:2O pm Bakersfleld and Fresno 8:15 ami
7:30 am Fresno I 7:o* ami
6:00 pm Bakersaeld 1:00 am
»:3tf pm and Mojave 8:20 pm
Chicago, Kan. City, dt. LouUl
• :45 pm Golden Stats Limited 0:11 DM
1:00 pm The Callforr.lan. via 7:11 pm
Yuma, Benson. El Paso ____^
Overland— Orleans via
12:01 pm Yuma, Benson, Marlcopa, Tub- 1:30 am
son, El Paso, San Antonio,
11:01 pm Yuma, Tucson, Benson 1 1:30 an
8:00 pm Lords burs, Doming, 1 7:lf am
7:00 pm El Paso | 1:30 pro
«:66 am .~" '• I 8:30 am
1:00 am 11:50 am
1:15 am Banta Barbara 2:30 pa
1:46 pm and 7:36 pan
2:36 pm Ventura * 8:30 pra
7:30 pm (»Not Ventura) 11:45 pm
8:16 am Oxnard, Santa Susana, • 8:30 am
2:35 Dm Moorpark, * 11:50 am
7:30 pm . Somi*, 2:30 pm
Camarilla • 7:35 pm
i ('Oxnard only) 11:45 pm
Santa Paula via Saugiu.
1:45 am Camulos, Plru, FUlmore. 11:60 an)
1:45 pm Eatlcoy, Montalvo, Carpln- 7:35 pa
i terla. Bummerland
8:15 ami Sord^bft I is:3t pm
2:35 pm| | 7:38 pn
7:45 am « 6:30 am
1:55 am Pomona * 7:15 am
12:01 pm Colton 7:16 am
3:00 pm Riverside Re.Hand* and 9:35 am
4-0* pm San Bernardino 11:31 am
Mpm ('Not Riverside. Redlands 1:30 pn
1.15 nn • or San Bernardino) 5:25 pa
) 7:10 pin
8:65 am Covlna 11:36 am
6:45 pm • 7:10 pm
7:45 am " Chlno " 8:38 am
4:00 pm 6:28 pm
Santa Ana. Anaheim. Downey
1:66 am and Mm walk 8:39 am
11:15 am , 2:15 pm
1:00 pm a* Buena Park, West a* 3:00 pm
6:10 pm Anaheim, West Orange 4:60 pm
(♦Downey only) |
8:65 am Newport Beach 4:60 pm
8:65 am a Los Alamltos a 4:50 pm
9:46 am Brawley, Imperial, 6:30 am
7:00 pm El Centro, Calexlco 6:55 pm
9:05 ami Ban Pedro-Compton • 11:45 ami
8.80 pm « t*Vla Long Beach) | 6:35 pm)
9:05 ami* Long Beach-Compton 11:45 am
9:30 pm| (»Vla San Pedro) 6:35 pn
y:us am| Santa Catallna Island | 6:35 pm
6:46 am I 7:05 an)
7:60 am Fernanda • 8:40 ant
1:45 pm . ; . 11:50 am
6:00 pm ('Motor) ■' ' 7:35 pm
9:30 pm [ 8:00 pm
8:30 am a Chatsworth Park. (See a 3:45 pa
note). (Note—To and from
River station only.)
All trains dally except those marked as fol
lows: "a" Sundays accepted! "b" Sunday*
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Eastern—California Limited, j
HMO am dally, Chicago via Denver 6:00 pal
and Kansas City
Overland Express—Dally ~~
1:00 pm Chicago via Denver and 8:30 am
Eastern , Express—Dally
T:80 am Chicago via Denver and 7:05 ami
Kansas City ~J
""~~""~ Tourist Flyer—Dally ,
1:00 am Chicago via Denver and 1:3J,-*m
I Kite Shaped— via "
1:30 am Pasadena. Return via <:30 pot
Santa Ana canyon
7:36 am 10:00 ami
1:30 am Redland* via Pasadena if) pn,
2:00 pm 6:40 pn
4:» pm I 7:40 pmj
7:30 am Redlands via Orange 10:35 am
KM am . 640 pmj
7:35 am Riverside via Pasadena ) 5:40 pm
7:30 ami I 7:os~pni
10:68 am Riverside via Orange 10:36 am
l:0» pm _________________^ 6:30 pm
7:10 am 7:06 am
10:66 am Corona via Orange 16:35 an
6:05 pro * 6:30 pm
7:30 ami I 7:06 amj
10:66 am San Bernardino via Orange 10:36 an
5:06 pm ________^___________ 6:30 pin
7:36 am ~~ ~ I 8:30 am
6:30 am 10:00 am
10:00 am San Bernardino via Fasa- 4:00 pn
2.-00 pm dena C:4O pm
4:10 pm • ■ 9:00 pm
6:46 pm ■ ■;;
2:00 pm *i ' , 7:40 pm
8:65 am ' ;i, 1:66 an
2:16 pm Santa Ana !1 8:25 an
6:05 pm 1:00 pm
11:65 pm ______________________ .6:ls_P n;
*7:30 am ~~~~""~" 1 6:65 an
8:66 am 7:06 am
10:65 am Fullerton, Anaheim, 8:26 am
2:16 pm Orange 10:31 am
1:06 pm 1:00 pn
11:65 pm ; *i?°J)i2
7:36 am San Jaclnto, ElMnore, He- 10:36 an
10:66 am met and Murletta 1:30 pm
10Tj6~am Redondo 4:30 pm
2:16 pm ~~ BJscondldo 1:00 pa
1:06 am Fallbrook 6:16 pm
2:66 am Ban Pit go anil 6:66 am
1:15 pm Coronailo Beach 1:00 pm
11:66 pm Surf Line 6:16 pm
T:|o am Raminburg 7. I<* an
, 146 pm Searchlight and Chloride I 'l* am
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