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A 3-liime Ad for tie Price of 2, or 7 Insertions for tie Price of 5. Ask tk Herald Coemter Man
182-784 8. FLOWER ST.
On* of th* finest family hotels in th* olty.
Newly furnished throughout: steam heat,
hot and cold water; electrlo lights; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
Phones Main ml; F«888. 4-1-tt
The St Regis
Housekeeping apartments. 117 B. Flower sit.
Main 1190; A7S3B. Near business center; at
tractive building, cool porches, room phones,
clean, nicely furnished apartments. 111.51
te $25 Single rooms 52.50. $4 weekly i $B.SO
to Sl5 monthly. No children. 10-*-tf
YOUNG LADY. EMPLOYED. FOR ROOM
mate, by telephone operator. Inquire af
ter t this evening, ROOM 119 W. FIRST
BT. ' 10-4-1
CLEAN FURNISHED ROOMS, SINO'CIO
and double, $1.76 per week up. 114 "A
W. NINTH, between Broadway and Main.
CLEAN FURNIEHBD ROOMS, SINGLE
and double, $1.75 per week up. 114
W. NINTH, between Broadway and Main.
I-ROOM COTTAGE WITH BATH. NEAT-
Iy furnished; piano; $25 a month. 16JS
REID ST. Phons Main (004. 40-4-5
I FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUBISKHKP
ing; also front parlor; reasonable. 38* N.
GRAND AVB. I*-'i
TO LET—Ap't's., Fur. and Unfur.
Furnished Complete, *8 to $60 Month.
700 happy families live In our apartments.
VENTILATION. CLEANLINESS. HOME
LIKE EFFECTS are unexcelled.
Owner and Operator.
Rental Department, Rooms 311-18. 207 S.
Branch Office. 1017 W. First St.
. i 10-4-tt
TO LET—Houses.^Furnii lied
TO LET—NINE-ROOM RESIDENCE. OFF
Vermont aye., near Westmoreland tract, be
longing to estate! cheap to right parties. E.
C. BOWER, Attorney, 712 Union Trust bldg.
BEAUTIFUL WESTLAKB HOME. 8
rooms, strictly modern, piano. Oriental
rngs, furnace. High lot. beautiful view.
$80. Adults. 1811 W. NINTH BT. 10-4-1
TO FURNISHED MODERN. SEVEN
room house; allow children; on* block south
Pico car and block north 16th st. car. Call
1157 ALBANY. 10-2-8t
TO LET-NICELY FURNISHED, EXCEP
tlonally desirable new, five-room bungalow at
Sierra Madre. Telephone tCI«. 10-t-%
"JO LET—Houses, Unfurnished
TO LET-CLOSE IN-7 BLOCKS N. W. OF
new P. O. '
' t-room, with water, gas for light and fuel! I
4-room. with water, gas for light and fuel 10
. t-room, with water, gas for light and fuel 1$
10-room house •.. •••• "• J*
Apply tin COLLEGE BT. ">-»•»
fo ■ LET—UNFURNISHED MODERN <T
room cottage, excellent neighborhood, nloe
yard. TELEPHONE 2C1»«. 10-1-31
FOR MODERN 4-ROOM COTTAOE.
gas range, water paid. 2366 BAST 7TH BT.
JO LET—Flats, Furnished ;
to LET—NEAR WESTLAKB. VERY DE
slrabl* modern apartment, 4 large rooms,
nicely furnished, agreeable surroundings,
quiet, low permanent rat*. • 2118 W.
EIGHTH BT. 54111. Tempi* till. 10-4-1
>, w ».»*w>~ >~~ ~*~**~*~+~~~>
STORES FOR RBNT—JUST- COMPLETED, A
new, modern «tore, centrally located; very
suitable for pawnshop or second-hand store,
etc.; rent reasonable. Apply 113 E. SECOND
gl>. ■ ■* »'' -' - ■■-■' ■ ■ - 10-2-3t
LE'iyOfftcc* !"'_,'..'; |
TO LET—DESK SPACE FOR 8. WITH OR
without deska Furnished office. 814
BTIMBON BLDO. 10-1-1
SPECIAL NOTICES— ££
YOUR EYES :
This Is your opportunity to have your ayes
examined by a well known specialist. To
those presenting this notice at 13* Security
Building, Dr. Dlckson extends th* courtesy
of free examination and consultation. This
will not obligate you to buy glasses.
■•■ : RELIABLE OPTICAL C 0...
■V 138-829 Security Building. '■-•
FIFTH AND SPRING. THIRD FLOOR.
Trusten P. Dyer, attorney-at-law, and
Dyer Law and Collection company have re
moved to rooms 908-906-911 Hlggln* bldg.,
corner Becond and Main its., where they will
have more commodious quarters and better
facilities for attending to the needs of their
patrons, and where they will be pleased to
meet all their old friends as well as new.
Phone* A 1614. Main 1614. , 10-4-1
GENTLEMEN, TAKE) NO CHANCES—THIS
Is the best place to get your hats repaired.
MOLINAKO, practical batter, «04 West «tn.
■ ... , • ;...■.■' ' ' ■ 10-it-S
TO RENT—FURNISHED % ROOMS, DEN,
kitchen and bath; a fine apartment In good
location. Call Sunday. 436 W. 80TH. 10-2-3
MR. B. a—TOUR MOTHER WANTS TO
Me you, ,;j.-u..f Vl ;v;'j »-8-tf
WANTED— AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively hlghvgit prices /paid.
MAIN 3597; F5»3». . «-16-llmo
CLOSING OUT 3600 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint, $1.60 per gallon. BHEEHAN'S.
tOO 8. Broadway. . . «-lt-tf
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
I tools, clef ng. CHEAP JOHN, 716 B. Fifth.
MONEY TO LOAN—
WE LOAN MONEY
To wage-earner* and housekeepers, on
. personal not*; $10 and upward. Do you
owe th* landlord or the grocer Do you
1 want money for any purpose? - You re
' pay weekly or. monthly. No publicity;
I lowest rate*.
PARK LOAN * CREDIT CO., .
414 So. Broadway. Room 710.
.--... •*..". -■•' 1-11-tX
MONEY TO LOAN— VALUE ON DIA
MONDS, WATCHES, PIANOH. I FURNI
TURE, • STORAGE RECEIPTS. O. ' F.
THOMAS. 711 6. BROADWAY. MAIN
1178. , .■■.. ;■■ . . 9-30-lmo.
MONKY TO ( LOAJf /
M coo to loan on real estate, city or coun
try. I to • I per cent, amounts to suit.
MOYIJR * GILBERT, tot H. W. Hellmu
Bldg. Home pboae ABS27; Main 1474.
SI. (BY TO LOAN—SALARIED MJ£N AMD
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. [ SOUTHERN CREDIT CO.. 411 O. T.
JchnsoTi Bldg. ■ '■ 1-14-tf
PRIVATE MONEY. < AND T PER CENT,
on city or country; ■ straight building
loans. COCKHART A SON. 601 H. W.
Hellman Hldg.. A 7661. . 9-27-lmo
TO LOAN—S3OO, , $400, $600. $1000, $1000.
$5000 and up; ' current rates; no delay.
RAMEY BROS.. 327 Story bldg. F2121,
Main 9358. <- ■ - ■ 10-1-lmo.
R. W. POINDBXTBB. 409 WILCOX BLDO.,
/ will loan you what you need on real es
tat*. stock* and bond*. Building . loans a
•pecialty. >. ■ •.-.. ■ • ..■■'...■ ■■■■ ■. : 6-t-tf
TO LOAN-SALARIED. PEOPLE: NO RED
tap*: without security! confidential. WEB V
COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Hum Bldg. .
■ ..- -.. -•■■■■■',•. , ' . ■ -■■■' 10-4-
IMS TO $10,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PUR CENT.
' X. JU O-BIUEN * CO.. Jefferson and Mala.
POR SALE—Country _Property^
If you h»v«, then you can buy SO aorss ol
land in our subdivision northeast of De
lano, known as ths Wilson Fruit and Al
falfa Colony. Twonty aores in this tract.
if proparly farmed, means independence
for you. So com* In at once and get full
particulars in regard to our excursion
Thursday evening;. October 6.
Bear In mind these faots: That our
soil Is th« finest In the state for the suc
cessful trowing of alfalfa, grain and vego
tahles, also all kinds of fruit; that our
water supply Is unlimited, and as pure as
can be found any place; and last, but
most Important to the man In search of
20 or 40 acres, whose means are limited,
Is our extremely low price and lon*, easy
terms, which are as follows: |40 to $o0
p«r acre, on a basis of $1 an acre cash.
and $1 an acre per month; or one-third
cash and ths balance In 1. 2 and S years'
This land, when propsrly farmed with
out Irrigation, will produce better than
20 bushela of wheat per acre, and by Ir
rigating will raise from « to 10 tons of
alfalfa per acr« in a single year.
Do net fall to sea us at once. Th 4
trip will tak* but one day's time, as we
travel at slKht: |5 for the round trip. In
cluding sleeper. Fare refunded to pur
D. J. WILSON LAND CO.
71g DEIVTA BLDO.. 426 8. SPRING ST.
120 acres and 40 acres near Coaltnga.
10 acres within a mile of th* town of
TAFT, tltu clear. Can deliver now.
Improved and unimproved. TUUARH
COUNT? Hay* five different tracts,
ranging tn prloes l«5 to 1125 p«r acre.
In Thermal —frostless b*lt. BARGAINS.
Alfalfa and Deciduous Fruit
Ranch, Tulare County—
Near larg* town. Tract has Itt «ores,
divided: Alfalfa 10 acres. 40 acres
young -prune trees. HO acres In I varie
ties peaches. T6 acres In old orchard,
balance paatur* and grain. It-room
dwelling and numerous outbuildings.
Bargain price and good terms.
Some choloe fruit, vln*. alfalfa, 'poultry
and dairy ranohea In Kings county, in
the famous Laguna de Tacha.
WIU be in the olty a f*w days only. Bee
me at th* Hollenback it you ar* Interested
in th*M offerings.
G. A. McLEMORE
$2.25 Per Acre
WE SPECIALIZE IN CHEAP
LANDS FOR INVESTORS
W. H. MACOMBER CO.
322-4 Laughlin Bldg.
FOR SALE ACREAGE—I2O ACRES SOUTH
west of city; pumping plant. 85 Inches of
water. Will sail at a great bargain if
tak«n at ones.
320 acras sonth of olty, near Jnglewood
ear: the best soil In the country. Terms.
This Is worth Investigating.
4000 acres in th* Owens river valley, all
under Irrigation. Best buy In that coun
try. |St p«r acre.
OSCAR B. SMITH.
312-14 O. T. Johnson Bldg. 10-4-1
FOR SALE—63 ACRES. 4Vi MILES SOUTH
of city limits, east of Main; 4 artesian wells,
plenty water for »00 acres; Improvements
cost tCOM; take $10,000 down, bal. long time,
7 per oent; this land Is Increasing very
rapidly; cheap at th* price asked.
WILSON & FOX
128 Btory Bldg., tth and Broadway.
Main 7775, F3360. 10-2-sun-tue-wed-St
IMPERIAL VALLET ACRES
I/and Is th* safest and most profitable.
Better than hanks. Insurance, stocks or
bonds. Th* FARMER feeds and clothes
the world. Fruits, cotton, gTaln, alfalfa
and stook is KING. C US B4 V Buy.
HAMMERS REALTY CO..
318 Severance Bldg. 10-4-3
NORTH MONETA GARDEN LANDS-ACRE)
lots $600; $10 down on contract cr deed with
one-fourth down; fine soil; water stock in
cluded; 35 mlnuUs ride Redondo electric.
828-9 H. W. Hellman bldg. 9-30-tf
POR SALE— House*
l-room. lot 70xlS« *12<K>
• -room modern, 61st, near Moneta. .. .$3600
6-room modern, 62d, near Moneta ... ,$'WOO
•-room modern, !4th, near La Saile.. J4OOO
•-room modern, 2bth, near Vermont. .$5OOO
t-room, new. Hillside avenue S2lOO
All bargains. For particulars see
ERIKSON & CO.
lOC W. Sixth St.. ground floor.
F3J74. Broadway SlB3.
FOR BALE—IN SOUTHWEST, 6-ROOM COT
tage; living room, dining room, kitchen,
screen porch, three bedrooms and bath, lawn
front and rear, fruit trees and flowery east
front, one block from 6-cent car fare, 3#
minutes to center of city; worth considerable
more than asked: price $1960, $200 cash, bal
ance monthly payments. Bee OWNER, 918
W. 1 Fiftieth st. Phone South 6144. 9-21-13
POR SALE ON EASY TERMB."~GOOD~ 3
room bungalow on big lot. i blocks from
car. Price $1-00. Clear. Easy terms.
Erikson & Co.
105 W. Sixth St.. Ground Floor. F2374.
$3000-$250 CASH. BALANCE MONTHLY, s
room modern cottage, barn, lawn, trees, etc.,
on 50th st., close to Moneta aye. This Mi
snap. R. J. ARATA, 631 Security bldg.
yOR BALE —MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE
and garage. Sea this If you want a nice
home In a good location. Apply to owner,
on premises. 2949 BRIGHTON AYE.
FOR SALE—MODERN 6-ROOM BUNGA-
Iow, comfortable, home-like. Going away.
Will sacrifice. 2075 W. TWENTY
NINTH ST. 10-1-7
I,OS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1010.
1 ■ ■
DIRECT FROM THE BUILDER AND OWNER
LOS ANGELES INVESTMENT COMPANY
The Largest Co-operative Building Company in the World
•Located In the southwest section of the city and In that peer of all
COLLEGE TRACT AND ANNEX
where miles of streets, sidewalks, curbing, sewer, gas, electric and tele
phone lines have been Installed and where over
■ :'■;,}■ 250 BEAUTIFUL, HOMES
have already been built and mostly sold, others now ready to show, while
many more are under way, and where the purchaser Is given a two-year use
of and option upon the adjoining vacant lot.
In the building of these homes we vary the style of architecture, giving
a variety of styles not seen In other home sections.
'il»'..* WE CAN SHOW YOU
the two-story house, the story and a half bungalow or the one-story bun
. galow. ' ;,:^;
Cash, or upon our rent-paying terms.
Payments Including Interest, insurance and taxes.
A FEW PRICES
$2900 —Modern 5-room bungalow.
$3000 —Modern B-room bungalow. /
$3600—Modern 8-room story and a half bungalow.
$3800—Modern 6-room story and a half bungalow. . •
$8400 —Modern 6-room one-story bungalow.
—Modern 7-room bungalow. -
—Modern 7-room bungalow. *
: —Modern 8-room bungalow. .
■ ■ Our unfinished houses we will finish to suit the buyer, or will furnish
the lot In any of our tracts .
;# ■ AND BUILD TO SUIT
Will build upon owner's lot upon same terms.
- To all purchasing one of these new homes before October 10 we will
allow a discount from • *, ■■
$100 TO $300
according to the price of the house purchased.
Our autos in waiting to show these properties, or take the Grand ave
nue car marked West 48th street, direct to tract office, 48th and Gramercy
Place. Agents there.
We have properties listed with us for sale In all sections of the city
which we will show you.
; 60127 333-337 SOUTH HILL STREET Main 2248
POR SALE—City Lots and Land» j JTOR SALE— Lots and Lands
$200 and.' Up
High and sightly lots on the Pasadena Short Line. Five-cent car fare;
'$1.00 Down a Week
, .. FORTY-FOOT LOTS
|| $125000 and Up
On the Long Beach Electric Line; excellent car service; eighteen min
utes from center of city. See
|: .J.. H. KORNFELD ! v
lie Golden State Realty Company
F6884. 120 West Sixth St. ■ Main 84.
•■;" '. „. . ;■.:'••"■■''■ 10-4-1
FOR SALE—S-ROOM CALIFORNIA HOUSE
and lot. Just at the city limits on Eagle
Rock line. Mostly modern. Nearly new.
A real bargain. $1000 takes it. Terms.
See owner. EARL WOODWORTH, cigar
•tore. 404K S. Hill at. Phone F21«5.
FOR SALE—B-ROOM, J-STORY HOUSE;
hardwood floors, furnace, Rudd hot-water
heater; very pretty surroundings; price $5000.
2222 Juliet St.; West Adams car. Phone
West 243. ">-8-»
pOR SALE—San Pedro
will make a real estate Investment: $10 a
month will hold It for certain profit in
LOS ANGELES' $16,000,000 HARBOR
the only guaranteed olty In the world. Phone
F2334, Broadway 4762, or write 202 Security
bldg., Los Angeles, corner Fifth and Spring
streets, or 117 W. Sixth street. San Pedro,
POR SALE—City Lots and Lands
LOTS FOR SALE—SIoO^OT~ON^FrFTY"
-nlnth place, between Flgueroa and Hoover,
41x126; $100 down, balance $10 per montn.
$3000—Corner on 6. Burlington aye., 60
$2250—L0t on & Burlington aye.. 60x
180 to alley.
$2500 —Lot on S. Union aye., near Sixth,
60x182 to alley.
OSCAR B. SMITH,
112-14 O. T. Johnaon Bldg. 10-4-1
FOR SALE—LOT ON CORNER OF MAIN
and Dwlght aye., two blocks from ocean,
suitable for apartment. See C. JOHNSOIt.
Eighth and Ashland aye.. Ocean Park.
FOR SALE—FOR $20,000; 10 ACRES NEAR
W. Olive St.. between Sunset blvd. and
Effle at., overlooking Silver Lake. WILL
D. GOULD. Temple blk. 10-4-1
FOR SALE-CHEAP LOT ON SAN PEDRO
St., 126x50, 14-foot alley. Apply OWNER, 6a
E. 82d st. 10-2-8
FOR SALE—ACREAGE FOR SUBDIVISION
on the car line at Inglewood; this Is the
cream of this seotlon. For particulars see
F. A. BUELOW
With Inglewood Land Co.
349 WUcox Building. *J-*-1
POR SALE—Business Property
WILL LEASE MY STORE AND LIVING
rooms for term of years to good tenant; will
make price right; location Stephenson aye.
and Dltman st. Phone 41499. 9-30-7
POR Suburban Property
Big bargain; new 7-room. IH-story house;
elegantly finished; fine plaster, buffet kitch
en, paneled dining room, large bathroom,
fine closets, hot water, close to cars; right
off Colorado blvd.; street work all In and
paid tor; lot r>nxl4<s, double frontage; price
$2160; terms, $300 down, balance $20 month.
See E. BECKER, 301 Central bldg.. exclusive
agent for this property. 10-1-tf
FINE LARGE LOT ON REDONDO ELEC
trlc line. $10 down. $6 monthly, no In
terest or taxes. G. CAMPBELL. 301 N.
Soto St. 10-4-1
TWO LARGE LOTS. SOUTHWEST. Si
minutes from Los Angeles; easy terms.
BOX 8, HERALD. ln-4-:i
POR SALE—lrrigated Lands
SACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION CO. I
Tho Kuhn California project, th« larg- |
est Irrigation system in California, Is open
for settlers. Thousands of acres of rich
alluvial soil Irrigated from the Sacra
mento river. Alfalfa grows over 18 Inches
high and Is cut six times a year; deciil
uous and citrus fruits, walnuts and al
monds, berries and grapes, corn and veg
. etableit, and. In fact, everything known to
the farm yield beyond belief.
IPrlce, Including perpetual water right, j
uniformly $125 an acre; $15 an acre i
cash, balance 10 annual payments. Oet |
free descriptive matter from us. -'. :v
H. L. IIOLLISTER & CO.. Sales Agts.
I Vernon J. Barlow. Resident Mgr. t
Suite 606 Central Bids. '. Los Angeles.
POR SALE—ReaI Estate, Unclass'f'd
WANTED — SEVERAL GOOD ROOMING
houses; have ready customers; must be cen
trally located and low priced.
GREAT SNAP-Extremely large lot, 50x405,
on Temple st. car, high elevation, very beau
tiful site; house on It, barn, chickens, etc.,
all for $3000, and inly $1000 cash.
Great bargain In a modern 5-room plastered
house and large lot on E. 83d st, near Cen
tral and Hooper cars; very many fruit trees,
chickens, etc. You will grab It when you
see it. $1000 cash required or less.
Wanted—Several clear city lots to exchange
for houses In city and suburbs.
' Home, A 4899 Main 3862.
REALTY AND INV. CO.
203 Frost Bldg., Second and Broadway.
POR SALE—Poultry, Birds, Dogs
FOR SALE — THOROUGHBRED MALE
Scotch collie. 18 months old. Will sell
cheap. See SINGER, advertising clerk
Los Angeles Herald. »-28-tf
BABY CHICKS. INCUBATOR EGGS, SE^
lected ' thoroughbreds W. W. CLOUQH, On
tarlo, Cal. 9;SO-7
Behrlng Grand, almost new, $400.
Pomover, almost new, $250.
Chlckerlng Grand, $388.
Carlton, like new, $245.
;/.£_< , ■■< 720 8. Broadway,
FOR SALE— i ■'■ i '■'
Chlckering piano, good a* new, at bargain;
easy payments; discount for cash. Phone
F6003. • 10-2-3
FOR SALE—PIANO. HIGH-GRADE POM
over, at bargain; will sell on time; discount
for cash. Phone Broadway 4414. 10-2-3
POR SALE—Stocks and Bonds
WE OFFER 8 PER CENT, TEN-YEAR,
guaranteed gold debenture bonds in denom
inations of $100, $600 and $1000; Interest pay
-1 able January and July at First National
bank of Los Angeles; not taxable; price, par
and accrued interest. Full Information fur
nished on request
THE EMPIR*. SECURITIES CO., .
Suite 502 Union Trust Bldg.
".••■■ . 9-13-1 mo
OIL MINING AND . INDUSTRIAL, COM
panies. Take notice: Guarantee your
stocks If you want them to sell. Protect
your Investor and he will buy. Fall par
ticulars forwarded on request. GRANITE
SECURITIES CO., 618 Bradbury Bldg.
POR SALE— Stock
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE — TWO FINE
young bay mares, by pedigree 2:10%; one
light breaking cart, one rubber tired Jog-<
glng cart, one buggy. 1608 S. MAIN ST.
■ ".,- 11 10-4-2
FOR SALE—GOOD HORSE, HARNESS AND
new express wagon; good* outfit; will sell
- reasonable; have no use for them. 2727 DAR
WIN AVB., North Main car. 10-2-St
FOR SALE—BLUB ANGORA KITTENS;
Robin Adalr stock: males $10 to $12.50;
females $5 to $7.60. PHONE MAIN 8513
or F6538. 10-4-1
FOR BALE —YOUNG LLEWELLYN SET
ter dogs, 4 months old. from field brok
en stock. F. H. TAYLOR. 918 West 60th
luimta! liimkir! Lumber.
1 «Bath Ills" ' *
2 Toilets, Silks *
% Was! Basils 1
£ __ 6
Big Sacrifice Sale
We carry all kinds of pipe and can fill any
order at half the price of new. Wo guaran-
Bee us about new lumber.
STANDARD LUMBER AND
211-11 Stlmson Bldg.
Yard 1582-88 Industrial St. near Alameda.
Successors to Frank L. Peck Co.
>"": MaY. 2 %
$17.50 for 5 and 5 1-2 foot enam
eled bath tub, worth $20 to $25.
$8.00 for $12.50 enameled laun
$2.50 for enameled sink. .
Other plumbing goods cheap for cash to
>:<n'. •'.'•'•>'.i"- 111 W. First St. 9-8-tf
VACUUM CARPET CLEANER BARGAINS
for one day only, October 4. $7 cleaners
go at $4.50. 707 ft 8. BROADWAY. F1614
FOR LADIES' AND GIRL'S HALF
far* ticket to Salt Lake City. Address
BOX 6. HERALD. I°-3'B
DO YOU LIKE PETS? GET A CUTE CHI
| huahua pup. 1720 SANTEE ST. 10-4-7t
FOR bale— fire-proof SAB'S CHKAP,
ANDERSON. 212 N. Main st s-li-U
College op Fijve Arts. XJ. S. C
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request.
W. L. JUDSON, Dean.
„ • . TT7 • t IT< I 1 1226 AKararto Street
MISS Wing S &CnOOl Day and boa rdin g school, ah
grade* and departments from kindergarten to college. Courses of study
the same us those Riven in the public schools; best trained t^achera.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 21; REGISTRATION of pupils Sept. 19 and 20.
Call today for illustrated catalogue. Home 53m.
Julian Academy (Paris) Free • Scholarships.
Sixth and Alvarado St»., Westlako Park.
Life classes dally and evenings.
1". Melville Dv Mond lectures and demon
strations, etc., on compositions.
Students enter now. 51657. 10-1-tf
By experienced teacher. Terms moderate.
730 W. 31st st. Phone South 4438.
11 R^ t* 1 *^^^ -#*c^^ jy
Diuioens College. Northeast corner KlKiitJi
and Hill streets. 18700; Mala 611.
IiKND FOB FULL INFORMATION.
6th Floor. Hamburger Bldg., Los Angeles,
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE. 412
W. Fifth St. E. E. SHRADER. Ph. D.,
president since 1890. 10-IT-tf
BOYNTON NORMAL PREPARES DECEM
ber «ounty examinations; grammar cer
tificate; enter now. 525 STIMSON BLK.
Broadway 1919; AlB4O. 9-2-tf
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
alogue describing bookkeeping and short
hand? Y. M. C. A. . 5-12-tf
BROWNSBERGER COMMERCIAL COL.
lege, 853-7 W. 7TH. Bend for catalog**.
- v . 8-li-tt
POR SALE— o™***
THE BEST BUY IN ORANGE COUNTY—
Orange , grove; 10 23-100 acres near Ana
helm; level land, 785 Valencia orange trees,
85 trees 6 years old, loaded with fruit; 750
trees set last season, large 2-year-old buds,
•ne mile from town on fine oiled street;
plenty good water and very cheap; small
building; new. This property is surrounded
with Improved groves and Is in a choice
location. We make a specialty of Orange
county lands. Be sure and see our list.
BROOKS & MeINTOSH.
600 UNION TRUST BLDO.,
Phones Broadway 2904, Home A*ll*
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RAILWAY time table
SALT LAKE ROUTE
All trains daily except as noted.
a Sunday only; w Week days only.
"Leave] First Street station |Arrlve
—~~~ Los Angeles Limited —Amerl-
can Express—Overland Express
10:80 a Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul, 4:30p
l:00p Omaha. Kansas City, 2:30p
8:OOp Denver and Salt L*k» 8:00 a
B:3sa| Ban Bernardino. I 8:00 a
11:00 a Colton. 8:35 a
2:00p Riverside. to:m
3:40p Ontario 1:25p
6:24p , and 2:30p
8:00p Pomona 5 Up
"TT65a """~""~~—"" ——————— «:10a
8:10 a » Long Beach }?: a
d.[i 1?: BOS.
l:80p \ and:<-.V, f:o3p
8:4 5 S Ban Pedro J:10P
6:30p v '-sup
~s:6oa| , Santa Catallna Island I 6:50p
"s:oopi searchlight. Goldnefd i »:00a
POR EXCHANGE— ReaI Estate
FOR EXCHANGE —LOT ON FIOUEROA
facing two streets, 60x250, good apart
ment house location, for good ration or
lnoome property. OSCAR B. SMITH, 811
-14 O. T. Johnson bid*. 10-4-1
WILL EXCHANGE) $5600 EQUITY IN FINB
9-room house In Westlake district for Con
solidated Midway oil stock or other producing
oil securities. Inquire of 11. J. Chapman,
253 Marengo place. Pasadena. Cal. 10-2-3t
FOR EXCHANGES—S LOTS IN CITY AND
11600 In cash for building 8-room, 2-story
house at Downey. OSCAR B. SMITH, 812
-.14 O. T. Johnson bldg. 10-4-1
VVUX EXCHANGE ANYTHING (GOOD)
anywhere. HERNAXDO D. WOOD, suit*
4>6 Fay Bldg. «-11-mi-tu-w-fr-16l
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
From Arcade Btatlon, Fifth ana Oontral av£
B:«oa|San Franotsoo via Ooaat Lin*. 8:46 a
8:15 a San i.vi» Oblspo, Paso Roblea, »:»0»
8:3»pDol Monte, Monterey. Santa 3:8«p
6:16p Cru, Ban Jos* and east. »:3»p
8: OOP ill!!?
' I Ban FTanolao* and Mejav*.
l:80p Sacramento, Oakland, via T:*Ba
l:20p BRkersfield and Fresno *:I'a
l.lii Fresno. "TT?f*
«:00p Bakerneld *'«••
1 : j0p and Mojavo l:8«y
ICbioago, Kan. City, St. Louis, I
»:4Bp Golden State Limited, l:fS»
8:0»p The California via 7:1*»
Tnma, Benson, m Pa—
I Overland —New Orleans via 1
Tuma. Benson, Marloopa,
12:«lp Tucson, Xl Paso, Ban An- 1:1*9
tenio and Houston
12:0lp Tuma, Tuoson, Benson, I 1:10*
3:00p Lordsburs, Denting, 7:16 a
7:00p El Paso l:3«p
6:55aJ «!" ~~~~~^ I 8:S0a
8:00 a Santa Barbara, 11:50 a
8:lta and 3:30p
1:46p Ventura 7:S5p
2:86p (»Jlot Ventura.) • >:30p
B:l6a| Oxnard, Santa Susana. * 8:80 a
2:86p Moorpark. Somls. • 11:50 a
7:2»p Camarlllo 2:80p
(•Oxnard only.) • 7:36p
Santa Paula via Bangui,
(:45a Camulos, Pint, FHlmore, 11:50 a
1:45p Batlcoy, Montalvo, ■ 7:36p
' B:i6al ' Nordhoff I 2:30p
: j6p| Nordhog | 7:36p
7:46a| " *\ «:30a
8:55 a Pomona * 7:lua
12:01p Colton ■ 7:16 a
8:00p lUrerslde, Redland* and i:36a
4:00p Ban Bernardino. 11:85 a
6:60p ('Not Rlvorslde, Redlanda l:30p
(:16p or San Bernardino) 5:26p
B:6sa| Covlna |ll:Ssa
«:45p Covlna 7:l0p
7:45a| Chin* I »:35a
4:oop| Chin* 6:'"°
B:6saSanta Ana. Anaheim, I>ewn*T| t:3«a
11:16 a and Norwalk 2:16p
l:00pa* Buena Park. West ' st* l:«0a
6:10p Anaheim, West Orange 4:5«p
B:B6a| Newport | 4:I6»
3:ssa|a Los Alamlto* a| 4:50p
• :46a| Brawley, Imperial. I (:80a
7:oop| HI Centre. Calexloo *:65p
»:05a| San Pedr*-Com>ton '111:45 a
B:3Op|* (Via Long Beaoh) »:85p
~»06a * Long Beaeh-Corapton Illii6a
8:30p (»Vla San Pedro) | f:B6p
9:o6a| Santa Catallna Island l:86p
• :46al ~~ I 7:»8a
7:50 a Faraana* * 1:40 a
1:45p • 11:80 a
6:0»p ('Motor) T:l»p
B:3oa|a Chatsworth Park. a| 8:44#
(Bee note.) I
I (Noto— and from Rlror I
'- ' ' ' station only.) • | '
All trains dally oxoapt those marked M
follows: "a" Sunday* eaoevted] "b" Baa
days only. ____^_
1 f itastern— California lialUd. 1 "
lt:0«a dally, Chicago via Denver •:•♦■
and Kansas City
" I Overland Express—Dally I ~
l:Mn Chicago via Denver and I:IM
T Bastern Express— 1
7:30 a Chloago via Denver and IMm
1 1 Tourist Filer— I
1:00 a Chicago via Denver and • »|BS«
I Kite —doing ria [
8:30 a Pasadena. Return via 8:10b
Santa Ana Canyon.
"7J3sa] Redlands via Pasadena 110:00 a
S-30a Redlands via Pasadena 1:040
2-00p Redlands via Pasadena »:'/tp
4:80p Redlands via Pasadena 7MOg
"7-80aj Rodlands via Orange 11.0:36 a
10:66 a Rodlanda via Orange __ (:30p
1 [— Riverside via " t:«(>s
»:jsa[ Pasadena g:4oj
~7-30a| Rlversldo 1 7:05 a
10-66 a via ■ 16:35 a
5;08l, Orange 3:30p
-ITVaV Corona I 7:»5a
10:56 a via lj:3sa
8:05p Orange* I «:30p
~7T,r Ban Bernardino I 7:05 a
lJ:j6a vlk 10:S6a
6:05p Oranjo ; 6:30p
-fTSir ,' 3"a
10 : Ooa B»n B»rnardl»« 4:00p
2-00P Pasadena 5:40p
~8-66a| Bants, Ana «:63a
2;isp Santa Ana 8:23 a
B:oio Santa Ana l:00p
H:s6p Santa Ana «:15p
8:55 a \ Fullerton. 7:05 a
10;65u ' Anaheim. 3:25 a
l:iep Orange l*:36a
B:OSi> :,>.•, .A >; .'';■;"' »'•<>»
11:55P ■ ■ *■•*<»
■ 7 S6af Ban Jaclnto. Blslnor*, |IS:SIa
10:55 a Hemet and Murietia I <:30p
10:25a| Redondo | 4:20»
t:l3p Baoondldo l:00p
8:56 a FsJlbrook. 4 15p
8:65 a Ban Diego and f:Bsa .
f:lsp Coronado Beach l.Sop
11:55p Burf Lin* 8:1*0 .
7:30 a Randsburg 7:0»a
I:OOp Searehllarht and Chloride, 7;«U
l:llp Bsatty, Hhyollte. Ooldfleld, $.*»*
1 Mid T«o*ff«k