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JThe Herald
"Want" Ads
Five cents per line for single inser
tion, or $1.00 per line per month.
CHURCHJNOTICES
VS. PAUL'S CHURCH. KVI&GOSAL.
Olive st., opp. tbe park. Open every
day in the year. Daily service at 10 a.
m. The clergy will respond to all calls
lor tbe offices of tbe church for strangers
or visitors without respect to creed;
burials, marriages,baptisms or visitations
of tha sick. USs of the church cheerfully
given free for funeral services. Tel. 143.
Red. tf
' SPECIAL NOTICES
lewis IN.
312 S. Main st.
It psys every time to traue at Lewis &
Alderson's, where you get all kinds of
new and socondMihnd furniture,etc.,at the
lowest possibleiprices. It's the best place
in town to bey. cheap for cash. When
you want anvttjine for the bouse, just
try LEWIS A; ALDERSON, 312 S. Main
aU tf_
BUSINESS NEWSPAPER—TrtE DAILY
Journal, a business newspaptr, pub
lisbing all tho county official records,
real estate transfers, mortgages and liens,
building news, contract work, financial
news, ami nil news relating to the re
sources and development of Southern Cal
ifornia and the great territory of the
southwest. One dollar per month, or in
advance $10 per annum; 227 W. First St.,
Los Angeles, Cal. 6-1 tf
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol
lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling
are between the hours of ft and 8 o'clock
a. m. nnd ti and > o'clock p. m. For a
Violation of tbe above regulations the
water will be shut oft and a Tine of $2 will
be charged before the water will be
turned on again.
THE SAFE DEPOSIT BCXES OF THE
State Loan anil Trust company are
Inclosed in a lire-proof and burglar proof
vault with time locks and brilliantly
lighted with electricity; alcoves attached
for the private examination of valuables,
with writing materials; a young lady in
attendance.
FREE TRIAL TREATMENTS—
DR. ELLIOTT, MAGNETIC HEALER,
Cuies all ailments by magnetism; con
sultation free; satisfaction guaranteed;
come and test this wonderful power;
office 215 S. Spring st. 3-1
DR. PHILLIPS HAS ARRIVED IN
the city and Is located at 355J4 S.
Spring St..where he treats magnetically
tbe following diseases: Eczema and all
skin and scalp diseases, rheumatism,
neuralgia, and all aches ana pains; no
battery or medicine used. 2-2 mo
NOTICE—ALL. MEMBERS OF THE
Shinglers' Association are requested
to be present at their next meeting Wed
nesday, Oct. 9th. 7 :-f0 p. m., at Council uf
Labor Hall, 17 .N. Spring st.; important
business. GEORGE UKADFIELD, Secre
tary. u-8
FOR 8 ALE—SO RUXMNG FEET OF
wire fence, 10 feet high, with gate; is
iv good condition and is suitable for
office, store or factory partitions; will be
sold cheap. For further particulars, call
at business office of The Herald. tf
MESMIN~SFEMXLE :riLLB AS A BPE
cific monthly medicine for immediate
relief for painful and irregular menses—
from whatever cause. For sale by GEO.
H. FREEMAN & CO.. SE. cor. Second
and Broadway. Prico, $2 a box
COLTS & SIM PS O N—R EAL EfciTATE
and money brokers; general business
agents; bouses rented, property ex
changed. Room 406 Byrne blk., cor.
Tbird st. and Broadway, Los Angeles,
Cal. tf
MIBB M. HABS~"Ts"~NOW LOCATED
with Wagner's Kimberly at 158 N.
Main St. antl has a line line of millinery
goods; everything new ana first class.
11 Into
PERSONAL-NEW FROOESS-lEREG
ularities, from whatever cause, cured
without medicine, instruments or pain;
cure cure; lady attendants; low fees. 81'J
S. Grand aye. 12-1
PRIZE" FIGHT—THE CELEBRATED
Corbett vs. Courtney prize light; will
be on exhibition at 218 S. Spring St., Los
Angeles; 5 cents per round. 10-15
PROF. ST. CL.UH—SCIENTIFIC LIFE
reader and palmist; tells past, present
and futuure satisfactorily or no charge.
124', S. Spring st., loom 11.
BROADW~AY FC E L DEP6 ¥, 432" sT
Broadway—domestic coal, all kinds,
good quality, full weight and fair prices;
ring up tol. 472.
MRsTeTT. ADAMS. ELECTRO-MAG
netic healer, has returned to Los
Angeles and is located at 245 S. Spring,
mom 6. Consultation free. 10-17
EN TER PRISE C A RRIA G E WO BKB-
All kinds of wagons, buggies, eto.,
bought, sold and exchanged. 115 N. Los
Angeles st. 1015
V. B. KETC'HAM — REAL, ESTATE
broker and rental agency. Room 12,
S. Spring st. tf
MISS CORA ATKINSON—HAIRDRESS
ing and manicuring, 25c; shampoo
ing. 25c; bangs cut and curled, 150. 443
8. Broadway. 10-26
THE : ONLY STORK IN THE CITY
carrying East Indian works of art and
oarios. 504 S.Broadway. Moderate pies
:. ii-a
REMOVED - PATS & parkelTs
real estate ilun, from 413 8. Spring,
to 132 8. Broadway. tf
DR. LAFORcE REMOVED HIS DEN-
tal office to 138.4 8. Spring st, where
be invites his old and new patients. 3-4
A. MOVER, oF
fice 112 Center place.
CARPET CLEANING
PIONEER sFeaMCARPET WORKS-
Carpets made, refitted, sewed and
laid. 208-210 E. Seventh at. Tel. 217.
11-20
STEAM"CARPET CLEANING, BEVYING
and laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS,
120 N. Spring; tel. 1343. 89 tf
CARPETS FROM 2C PER
yard; laying, 3c. R. BROWN, 608 S.
Broadway. ~
XT-LA M
VICTOR MONTGOMERY—
Attorney-at-Law.
132 Stimson block, Los Angeles. 10-1
PECK & FofcßY\ ATTORNE Y'Sj-AT-
Law.H ami aXMoore blk., 11J Court st.
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS OBTAIN
ed in all countries; bought and sold.
8. J. DAY' & CO; patent attorneys, room
85, Bryscn blk. tf
HTzARD & TOWNSEND, 9 DOWNEY
blk. Tel. 47. Los Angeles. 3
BICYCLES
B. LARSEN'Tv'co. HAVE THE AGENCY
for tbe Relay bicycles, 223 W.Fifth st.
_ 12-!!
MILLINERY
MRS. J. M. SERRANO WILL REMOVE
ber millinery store from 552 S.Broad
way to 204 S. Main st. 10-24
HELP WANTED—MALE
Rates for advertisements under this
catlon—l time, 5 cents psr line; t week, 30
cents per line; 1 month. ¥1 per line.
HUMMEL BROS, oi CO.,
Successors to
FETTY', HUMMEL ift CO.,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS,
300-302 W. Second at., in basement
California Bank building.
Tel. 500.
Office hours from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
except Sundays.
Men's Department.—Man for pick and
shovel, $1.50 per day; carpenter, $2.50,
finisher; carpenter, $2.50, 1 week's work;
quartz miner, $1.50 antl beard: boy to
herd, $10, etc.; boy for drug store $2 per
week; upholsterer $2 per day; charcoal
burner $1.50 etc.; shoemaker 50c.
Hotel Department.—Porter and bell
boy $15 etc.; meat cook $30 etc.; ranch
cook $20 etc. ; hotul chef $75 etc.
Household Department.—House girl.
Ventura, 5 tn family, $25, employer here
today; house girl ranch, Ventura, $2o; 2
second girls, city, $25 each; second girl,
Santa Monica, $20, employer here 3 p.m.
house girl, three adults, city, $20; girl to
care for child three years old afternoons,
home nights, $12; house girl, Pasadena,
four adults, no washing, $20; two house
girls, family three, $20; house girl, two
adults, city $25, good cooks; four house
girls, city," $15 each; 2 house girls for Te
hachepi, $15, fare here; house girl, Ven
tura. Cbino, Ontario, Pint City, $20 sac a;
nurse girl for Grafton, $15, 1 child.
Hotel Department.—Laundress, hotel,
city, $25, call early; 2 girls to bake hot
cakes, waffles, etc., 5:30 to 1 p.m., $7
week: waitress, first-class country hotol,
$20; 6 extra waitresses for Santa Ana, go
Monday: 2 first-class starch ironeis, $25,
room and board. HUMMEL BROS, cfc
CO.
EASTERN EMPLOY MEN T "TgENCYT
115J.J N. Main st., furnishes hotels
restaurants and families witn competent
help at short notice. EARNY & CO. tf
WANTED—MALE AND FEMALE HO
tel, restaurant and household help.
None but competent and reliable heip
furnished. HOTEL GAZETTE EM
PLOYMENT BUREAU, 3 waitresses for
oountry, rooms 11 and 12, Manhattan
bldg, 137 s. Broadway. Tel. 285. tf
WANTED—SALESMEN IN AND OUT
of Los Angeles to sell our goods to
grocers; good commission or salary; ref
erences required. R. X. Y. CO., 204 8.
Main St., St. Louis, Mo. 5-fltl
WTnTED-SA L ESM EN-$lOO T0~5125
per month and expetisos; sample line;
position permanent, pleasant and desir
able. Address, with stamp, KING MF'G
CO., F. 73, Chicago. 7-29
WANTED—A FEW ]Jf;n"OF~GOO"d""ad"
-dress can fin i employment by apply
ing at room 22, German-American Bank
bldg., First and Main sts. 3-24.96
WANTED—A YOUNG - MAN B"UTCIT
er; 1820 8. Main st. 10
WANT E L P F REE—27 SI TUX
tions, iliU, S. Broadway. E.Nitttnger.
WAN TED—MADAME BAUVE'S NEW
skin food and wrinkle remover needs
only a trial to convince the most skepti
cal that it surpasses anything hitherto
placed on tne market; all facial blem
ishes removed ; face massage and steam
ing a specialty. Madame Banve, late of
Paris, proprietress of the Magic Hair
Grower, tbe latest discovery in Paris,
will positively grow hair on bald heads;
consultation i'ree to ladies and gentlemen
with falling hair; mail orders promptly
attended to. Rooms 4 and 5, 3H}4 S.
Spring St.. Los Angeles, Cal. 12—8
WANTEJD—MALE^
WANTED—JAPANESE OOTJPLB WHO
speak good English, want posistion.
Man to do cooking, wiie as lady's maid
or housework. Have references. K. X.,
room 14, 410 S. Main St. 10-1
WAN'TED-SITUATION, BY YOUNG
man as office assistant; stenographer
and typewriter; references. Address C,
box :!0, Herald. 10
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE
WlklsPl&~ZnW~ LA DYf/~ POSITIOiN
either in city or country, as house
keeper. Address E, box 20, Herald office.
10
to rent houses
foiTbent-ie you want" tcTrent
your house or fiat to a desirable ten
ant quickly,call at room 217, Byrne bldg.
9-6 lm
WANTED—AGENTS
SALESMAN — EXERIENCED FlRST
class men, local or traveling, to in
troduce our novelties. All brand.new,
just patented, $200 per month and ex
penses to hustlers. Write for partteulais.
THE WILLIARD MFG. GO., Cincinnati,
Ob 10.
A MAX IN EVERY SECTION TO SELL
staple goods to dealers: experience
unnecessary; best side line, $75 a month
salary and expenses or large commission
made. For sealed particulars Bend stamp.
Clifton Soap Manufactuirng Co., Cincin
nati, O.
WANTED — A FEW EXPERIENCED
solicitors of good address can iind em
ployment by applying to SPRENG it
LEVERING, Herald "Mice. tf
WANTED — ROOM AND BOARD
WAN TED—A LL ~PERSON S HAVING
respectable houses oi hotels with
rooms for rent kindly call at room 217,
Byrne bldt'., 3d and Broadway. 9-0 lm
WANTED- --MISCELLANEOUS
WAN TED—A PARTY' TO ERECT A
cheap two-story brick building, aoout
50x00, on a side street or prominent alley
within a radius of four blocks from city
hall; will pay $50 a month for term of
years. Inquire at the Herald office 12
WANTED —AX EASTERN PARTY
wishes to purchase the lease and fur
niture of from 12 to 20 rooms in a good lo
cality. Call at room 12, 124)4 S. Spring, tf
TO 0-ROOM HOUSE
that has to be moved.
X. B. WALKER & CO.,
6&9 125'/j W. Second st.
WANTED — FARMER S TO GROW
beets. Apply to Cbino Ranch com
pany, Chino, Cal. 6 30-eodtf
\VA~NTED-3rHOI{SE POWER OlSO
line engine. No 230 E. Second st. tf
PERSONAL
PEIfs"oVAL—WANTED TO CORRE
spond with a Protestant lady,between
20 and 30; object, true wife; am 30; never
married; no tritlers; state age, size, color
of hair and true name; I sen give refer
ence; all letters in confidence; I mean
business. Address C. box 60. 10
PEIirJONAL—A WELL-EDUCATED,REn
titIed young gentleman ot good ad
dress ami appearance, stranger in city,
wishes to meet discreet lady of means.
More in this than it shows; don't miss
it. D, oox 10, Herald. 9
PERSON AL—MA XI! IA GE BU RE ATT—
Call or write for circular; enclose 4
cents. No. lul'4 S. Broadway. 16
LOST—LADY'S GOLD WATCH.THDItS
day afternoon in vicinity of Ninth
street, marked by name of "Y'sabel" in
diamonds on outsfde, and containing
enameled picture of elderly gentleman in
back of watch. Liberal reward will be
paid. Address N. A. COVARRUBIAS,
Limed States marshal's office, Los An
geles, Gal. 11
LOST—IN TOILET ROOM, CITY HALL;
6 rings; liberal reward if returned to
this office. 9jj
IiOS ANGELES HEUAjLD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 9, 18,95.
FOR RENT—HOUSES
Rates for advertisements under this classifi
cation— 1 time, 5 cents per line; 1 week, :10
TO PARTIES SEEKING HOME j- f>
We are prepared to bun., a limited
number of houses for purchasers on tbe
monthly puvnitit or installment plan. A
small payment down, the balance on
monthly payments equivalent to rent.
Apply early to
EASTON, BLDRIUGE ft CO.,
9 121 S. Broad way.
FOR RENT — BEAUTIFUL HOME
place, U-room modern cottage; lawn and
flowers; stable; Twentv-tiftb street; 125;
water free. F. B. WILLIAMS, 112 S.
Broadway. tf
FOR REN T—DESIRABLE MO D URN
residence; 1010 W. Twenty-third at.:
$32 monthly. Inquire 1024 VV. Twinty
thinl. tt
MATTINGS AND LINOLEUMS EX
cluslvely at the Matting Mart. 504 S.
Broadway, near Fifth st.; lowiat prices.
11-8
FOR RENT - HoWE~s7Tu¥N~ISHED
and unfurnished, a good list of desir
able moms. Call at 30J W. Second st.
Tel. 820. 12
FOR RENT—VICTORIA. 752 S. SPRING
furnished and unfurnished rooms.
11-2
FOR RENT — WILEY HOUSE HAS
changed hands thoroughly renovated ;
furnished and unfurnished rooms, single
or en suite; no children. No. 517 S.
Broadway. 10-20
FOR RE N T—A LL PERSONS DKSIIU
ing furnished rooms or board please
call at room 217 Byrne blk.. cor. Broad
way and Tuird St.; information free.
9-6 lm
FOR RENT—FINE FURNISHED PAR
lor. with piano, suitable for music
teachet; also other rooms, housekeeping
privileges. 721 S. Main st. 9
FOR RENT-FINEST ROOMS IN THE
city at 50c, 75c and $1 per day ; $2 to
$7 per week. At Grand i'ueilic, 423 S.
Spring st. 10-26
FOR RENT — HANDSOMELY FUlT
nisbed rooms, with private baths;
references required. CALDERWOOD,
308 S. Mum st. 12-1
FOR RENT—THE~ MARIPOSA, 32r~ET
2nd st.; furnished rooms, $1.25 per
week up; lodging, 25c, 35c and 50c per
night. 10-ltf
FOR RENT—I 33 N. MAIN ST. THE
Denver, nicely furnished rooms, $1,50
per week and upwards; center of city; 25c
to $1 a day. 9-14tf
FOR REN 1 -"NICELY FURX IS HE 5
rooms, center of city. CHICAGO
HOUSE. Entrance, 142 S. Main St.,
133H 8. Los Angeles st. 11-20
FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED
rooms; lowest rates, at the Menlu,
420 S. Main St. Tel. 700. tf
FOR RENT — NEWLY FUItNISHED
rooms; suits or single. No. 322 W.
Fifth st. 10-23
FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED
sunny rooms at low rates. No.
N. Main St. lm
FOR~~RENT-133 n7~MAIN ST., THE
Denver; rooms 250 night for men;
center of city. 8-12tf
FOR RENT-TWO NEW"FRONT ROOMS
for light housekeeping. 730 CENTRAL
AYE.
FOB RENT—PLEASANT FURNISHED
rooniß, cheap. No. 550 S. Spring st.
FOR RENT — NEWLY FURNI SHED
rooms. 113 S. Olive st. 16
TO LET-PLEASANT FRONT ROOM.
417 W. Seventh st. 9
FOR RENT-STABLE AND CARRI AGE
home. 721 S. Main st. 8
DRESSMAKMG^
mrs. humphrTey HAS R~EMOVEL>
her dressmaking establishment from
415)4 8. Spring st. to 125 W. Fourth, on
tbe first floor; no stairs to climb: every
tbing first class; prices reasonable, 10-30
STAMPED LINENS AT CHICAGO
prices. Miss Alice Jenks has re>
turned to the city and will be glad to see
her old irlends at 440 S. Broadway, after
noons. 10-20
MRS. E." J. TROMBLY', DRESSMAKER
—Changing ot evening costumes a
specialty. California Bank bldg., Broad
way and Second st., room 9. 11-12
MRS. N EIL LTE~M t NEIL- D R
er; prices from $4 to $6; cnilurens
clothing a specialty. 215 S. Spring st.,
room 9. 2-11
mrs7c7"a. ma"x^ell—dressmak^
er; specialty cutting and fitting good
dresses; prices reasonable. 216';; W.
Bixtb st. 10-23
MRS. LA VINNE ANDERSON-"
Dressmaker.
Prices reasonable; all work guaranteed
-322 8. Spring st.. room 0. 11-11
MRSTSANNA,"DRESSMAKER,"" WRAPI
pers, $1.25; dresses from $5 up. Am
just from Boston. See my patterns. 444
S. Hill st 11-3
MRS. SADIE BROWN, THE MOST
fashionable dressmaker in the city.
German-American Bank bldg., First and
Main et. 11-13
MP.sTH. M.
211 W. First St., room 10, Los Ange
les. Prices from $3.50 up; fit guaranteed.
2-26
MISS DAy! THE "ONLY RELIaBITe
dressmaker in tne city. Parlor 415!*,'
S. Spring st. 11-11
MrlT'a7~L. CARLETON. PARISIAN
modiste; work guaranteed. 139 N.
Spring.
PAW^RY^^^^
PALMISTRY—RETURNED, THE CEL
ebrated European occult scientist,
Prof. A. Myers, palmist, psychoraetrist
hud phrenologist, wno bas examined tbe
bands of most of tho crowned beads of
Europe, has arrived in Los Angeles and
intends to remain here for some time. By
palmistry be reveals accurately tbe past,
present and future of the individual;
gives descriptions of every member ol
your family, tbe deceased as well as the
living; also tbo description of tbe one
you have married and tbe one you will
marry; tells country of birtn, age and
how long you will five; describes perfect
ly your present circumstances, and no
matter how dicffiult they are by his ad
vice you will be able to' avoid oostacles
snd be aided to success. As a psychom
etrist he is unequalled. He will locate
any ailment or disease more accurately
than autopsy would do, and by this gift
and power has helped many who had
given up all hope. AU who are about to
make a change should consult him, as
bis advice is reliable anu beneficial. Tells
past, present and future in general for $1.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or no pay.
Free —free. Free medical diagnosis from
Bto 10 a.m. Headings irom 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Parlors, The Norwood, 556 8. Hill
St.. cor. Sixth. 10-5
NURSERY
FOR SALE — Nil HbERY — REMOVAL
sale now on; bargains in plants;
prices cut one-third. L. A. NURSERY,
346 S. Broadway. |
THE PLACE TO HAVE YOUR WATCH
repaired—you get a guarantee worth
something W. J. GETZ, 336 S. Broad
way. 11*20
FINANCIAL
Rates for advertisements under this classifi
cation—l time, 5 cents per line; 1 week, :tO
cents per line; 1 month, ifl per line.
PACIFIC LOAM "c6w~
(Incorporated.)
Oldest establishment in Los Angeles.
Thoroughly reliable.
Loans made in any amounts on all
kinds of collateral security; diamonds,
jewelry, sealskins, merchandise, safes,
etc.; also on pianos, furniture and house
hold gooas in cither private houses,
lodging houses, boarding houses, or ho
tels, without removal from premises;
partial payments received: money quick;
business confidential; privato office for
ladies.
W. K. DE OROOT; Manager,
Rooms 2, 3, and 4, 114 S. Sprint: st.
UNION LOAN COMPANY--
St imson Mock.
Loans money on till kinds of collateral
security; watches, diamonds, sealskins
and furniture in lodging nnd hoarding
houses and on pianos without removal;
also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low
interest; money at once; business confi
dential; private office for ladies, room
112. CLARK A. SHAW, Manager, rooms
111 anil 112 lirst tioor, Stimson block.
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc.;
also on pianos, merchandise, iron and
steel safes, furniture in lodging houses,
boarding houses and hotels, without re
moval; also on city and country prop
erty; low interest; can have.moDey at
once: business confidential; private of
liie for ladies. GEO. S. ROBINSON, 233
W. First St., rooms 2 and 3.
THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
I Boolety of San Francisco will make
loans on improved city und country prop
erty.
On loans of $5000 and under, cer
tificates of title from tbe Title ln
suiance and Trust Co. will be ac
cepted, making the expense on
such loans very small. Building
loans a specialty. Apply to
R. G. LUNT, Agent, 227 W. Second,
t. 15tf
L. B. COHN-
The Los Angeles pawnbroker, lit; N.
Main st., loans money on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, firearms, pianos, li
braries and all other collateral securities;
also sells unredeemed pledges for money
loaned and one month's interest added;
make no mistake, it is tbe reliable 1.. B.
COHN, tho I.os Antcles pawnbroker.
12-10
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY OR COUN
try real estate; lowest rutea ; personal
notes or security, warrants, discount
mortgages or any negotiable papers; for
sale, nrst-class guaranty mortgages, in
terest 6 net. JOHN L. PAVKOVITCH,
220 W. First St. 3-24 tf
POINDEXTER t t WADSWORTH, BROK
ers, 305 W. Second St., buy and sell
stocss, mortgages, I'onds and any good
securities; if yoO wish to lond or horrow
or invest in real estate, call on us: col
lections made nnd property managed for
non-residents. 28tf
NATIONAL LOAN~AND INVESTMENT
Co—Loans money on all kinds of col
lateral security; money quickly; business
strictly confidential. Rooms !)5 nnd 96,
Brvson blk., fifth Moor. JOHN MITCH
ELL JONES, Manager. 7-3 lyr
MONEY TO LOAN—BY MOOIIE it PAR
sons, 220 W. Second st., in any cum,
at low rates, on both city and country
property; also havo choice 0 per cent
mortgage, guaranteed, for sale. US-tf
MONEY~TO LOAN~IN~SUMS'f(Ti SVYf,
on any good collateral; business
strictly confidential; loans negotiated on
city and country property. W. E. ITEM
ING, 211 W. First st., room 1.
MON E V IIL\NED~ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock,
carriages, bicycles, all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROB., 402
S. Soring st. ; 20tf
WANTED—TO BOH ROW SMALL SUMS
of money from private individual at
10percent.net; good collateral security.
Address E, Box 70, Herald olfice. 10-Utf
TO LOAN-UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
small loans: no commission; light
expense. SECURITY LOAN AND
TRUST CO., 223 S. Spring st.
MONEY TO LOAN IN~SUMS~TO SUIT
borrower. Call on Mrs. Anway, room
2. 121 Temple St., city. 12-14
TO LOAN—SIOOO to $10,000 ON REAL
estate security. ALLISON BARLOW,
123 S .Broadway. 0-7tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT ij PER CENTT
F. H. TRUE, room 535 Stimson block.
10-28
STOCKS, BONDS AND MORTGAGES
FOR SALE—SUBSCRIBE FOR SHARES
in the thirteenth annual series of the
Savings Fund and Building Society of
Los Angeles: established in 1883. Olfice,
rooms 101-102 Wilson Mock, First and
Sprint: sis. 11-20
_^_^XCU^^NS^^^
EXCURSIONS fo THE EAs'f—THE
favorite personally conducted excur
sions of tlie Santa Fe route leave Los An
geles every Thursday morning at 7
o'clock; Pullman upholstered cars run
without change from Los Angeles to Chi
cago and Kansas City, with annex cars to
Boston; the great point lo remember is
that you save at least one full day's travel
by taking the fast train of tbe Santa Fo
route; attentive conductors accompany
the parties; through berths reserved and
more detailed information obtninea at
the company's o"lce 120 N. Spring st.,
i.os Angeles, or through any agent of the
Southern Cnliornio railway.
JUDoON'S POPULAR
Every Monday over the Rio Grande
Western and Denver & Rio Grande rail
way; scenic route; personally conducted;
newly upholstered ears through to Chi
cago, New York and Boston: finest equip
ment, best service, quick time. Olfice,
212 S. Spring st.
PHI LL IPS' PE It SON ALLY IDON DUCrT
ed excursions, via the Rio Grande and
Rock Island routes, leaves Los Angeles
every Tuesday; cross the Sierra Nevadas
and pass the ontire Rio Grande scenery
bydoylighl. S. Spring st.
MAGNUS' CUT RATE TICKET - OP'
fice, 228 S. Spring St., opp. L. A.
theater; regular tickets ut reduced rates
to all points east; railroad tickets
bought antl sold
DENTISTS
DR. STEVENsT A. J.,"rEMOVED TO
opp. Los Angeles theater bldg—Four
years in Lob Angeles. Fine gold crowns
(small) $ti; best silver filling, $1; best
set teetb, $10; best gold plate, $35. Pain
less extracting. 11-29
ADAMS BROS. DENTAL PARLORS
230,4 S. Spring St.; painless extract
ing and filling; plate, $0, $8, $10; all
work guaranteed; establisbed 10 years.
Hours 8-5, Sundays 10-12.
ttLBANY DENTAL FARLORS-GER
titan American BanK bldg. A set of
teetb $0; best S. S. white teetb, $10 per
set.
W. H. MASSER, D. D. 8., HAS ASSO
ciatou himself wilh A. P. Ha- s, D.
D. S., 115 W. First st. 2 22-6
F. R.
moved to Stlmson blk., cor Third
and Spring. Tel. 45.
FRANKSTEVENS,~324M B.SPRING ST.
Open Sundays and evenings. Electric
light.
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST." TOSH N.
Spring st., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Pain
less extraction.
WANTOD-TOURIBTs"CAN'"BAVE" 25
per cent by getting their livery turn
outs at PIERCE & WHEAT'S, Truman
St., E. Los Angeles. Tel. 413. Expsr
enced drivers, turn oats first class. 10-12
BUSINESS PERSONALS
Kales for advertisements under this classifi
cation—! time, 5 cents per lino: 1 week, 30
cent! (er Hue; 1 month, ifl per line.
PERSONAL — JUST LIKE FINDING
money—That's what people say who
hare tried a small ad in The Herald.
They don't cost much, but the results aro
simply marvelous. In this popular de
portment The Herald has made a gain of
more than 200 per cent during the past
few months. llig circulation counts.
The Herald has it." If you want to talk
to hali the people in Los Angeles aud
I other parts of southern California, try a
small ad. In addition to tho immense
and rapidly increasing circulation of The
Herald, its sales by newsboys, on trains,
at hotels and summer resorts, mako :t
The advertising medium of the l'aciliu
coast.
Look over these small advertisements
today. They will interest you and may
make you some money.
Tomorrow try one. * The results will be
both surprising and satisfying. 6-3tf
PER SO N AL—OOFFEE, FRESH.ROABT
ed on our giant roaster: .lava anil
Mocha, 35c; Kalston cereal coffee, 15c;
5 lbs. good tea, $1; 8 lbs. rolled wheat
25c; 6 lbs tapioca, 25c; 5 Ue. rice, 25c; 50
lbs. Hour, 000; 10 lbs. corn meal, 15o; 4
cans oystors, 25c; 3 cans clams, 25c; 11
Jhs. beans, 25c; 5 lbs. leaf lard, 40c; Bos
ton mackerel, 10c: 3 salmon bellies, 10c;
bacon. 10c, pork, 8c; apple butter, 5c Id.;
brooms. 15c; wasli tubs, 25c. ECONOMIC
STOKES, 409 S. Broadway.
BROS.-GOLD
Bar (lour, 95c; city flour, 80c: granu
lated sugar, 20 lbs. $1; brown sugar. 22
lbs. $1; 7 lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25c;
sardines, 5 boxes, 25c; tomatoes, 2 cans,
ISO! 7 bars Gorman family soap, 25c; 5
gallons oil. !)sc; gasoline, 11; 2 packages
morning meal. 15c; lard. 10-1 b. can, 70c:
Cal. cheese, 10c; No. 001 S. Spring st.,
cor. Sixth.
FE RSO N A L—S UR E DEA T H TO FL KAS
What have you to trade for a lovely
home in Chicago. Don't wait for the
wagon, but take the shanks elevator to
room 12, 12414 S. Spring st. ana pee V.B,
Ketclinni. the real estate a.id business
broker; open evenings. tf
PERSONA L—"THE LADIES' SAFE
Protector," assures protection, is
easily adjusted, absolutely reliable, and
can bo worn without the knowledeto of
nnothor. Send for particulars. La Crosse
Specialty Co., La Crosse, Wis. 9-14-90
A WONDERFUL - MErTICTN^
male irregularities from whatever
cause; it never fails to give relief or
money refunded; thirlv-tive years' experi
ence. Address DR. A. J. CIEBNEH.
office 114 S. Spring St., rooms 9 and 10.
8-30-tf.
PERSONAL — THE KARPITnTURZ
move Oct. 1; store and office fittings,
house repairing and carpenter work at
low rates. ADAMS .t SHELDON, 019 S.
Broadway; shop tel. 966; residence tel
blue 581. tf
PERSONAL-ADAMS A BOWKS', SUt£
cessors to Adams c% Sheldon, carpen
tering, screen work, building and house
repairing nnd store fitting. 019 S. Broad
way. Shop tel. 906; residence tel. BluesBl
laWERS Ol? THE ~~ IH'LYIJTTFUL
should call at 504 S Broadway and in
spect tho East Indian embroideries, min
iatures ou ivory and other lovely works
of art. 1 1-3
PERSONAL—THE LATEST" STYLE
Regents' suits made by crack eastern
tailors for $35. we sell for $15 if we can lit
you. Mislit Clothing Parlors. 124 W.
First st., near Spring, Wilson block. tf
PERSONAL—IIAR ItY, DID YOU SEE
the nobby pair of pants I bought for
$3.50 at the Misfit Clothing Parlors.l2l W.
First St., near Spirng, Wilson block. tf
PERSONAL-WII
tailor $35 for a suit when you can get
the same thing for $15 at tho Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 124 W. First St., near
Spring, Wilson block tf
PERSONAL - MISFITS AND
called for garments at less than half
your tailors' prices at ths Misfit Cloth
ing Parlors, 124 W. First st. near Spring,
Wilson block. tf
PERSONAL-PAlv'rS THAT WERE
made to order for $12 we sell for $0
at the Mislit Clothing parlors, 124 W.First
st., near Spring, Wilson block. tf
PERSONAL~NOW~IS~rHE TIME TO
look over your wardrobes and send
your fall and winter clothing for repair,
dyeing or cleaning to E. W. BETTS,
Merchant Tailor, 414 S. Spring st. 7-27
PERSON A L—MATT IN G SAN D LINO*
leums exclusively at the Matting
Mart, 504 S. Broadway, near Fifth St.;
lowest prices. 11-8
PERSONAL-LADIES T MISFIT STORE,
646 S. Spring: highest price paid for
ladies' and gents' second-hand clothing.
1-6-iW
V; I HAND
read free; every hidden mystery re
vealed; life from cradle to grave without
mistake; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 111)4 W.
Third st. 12-9
PERSONAL -S. AXELFORD PAYS
highest price for gents' cast-off cloth
ing ut 105 N. Los Angeles St.; send pos
tal. 1-9-9U
MACHINERY', HIES. TOOLS AND
models. J. YON HERKEY' MANU
FACTUKING CO., 230 K. Second st. tf
of"~bread~and
a pint of milk, 5 cents. M. M. WAL
TERS, 128 E. Fifth st. 10-10
WANTED - GOOD AGENTS; NEW
proposition. Apply at 519 S. Spring
st.. room 3. 11
FRE S H~B R E AD, "TWO LO A V Es"~FORS
cents, at M. M. WALTERS, 128 E.
Fifth st, 10-10
WHAT IS A DOLLAR TO A MAN IF
it will strengthen and invigorate him?
Vapor bath, with electricity will do it;
sure cure for rheumatism and insomnia.
320)4 S. Broadway. 12-3
MRs7DR. LEON, 120 W. MAIN S 7
The doctor has had n large ad in
tbese columns, but is reaucing expenses
antl she tberefore kills the big ad anti
starts tbis one. tf
MISS MAY STONE ~
Alcohoi baths
— 1384 N. Spring
2 23 Room 22.
EDIT pTaN^(XT~OF~BO§TON" OIVES
massage that is delightful and refresh
ing: also alcohol baths. 355)4 S. Spring,
room 12. 10-15
FROM SKHJX CITY
—Massage alcohol bath. 23314 E.
First, rooms 17-18. 15
MISS LOLO PRESTON JUST - FROM
the east—Massage and alcohol baths
233)4 E. First st., rooms 2 and 3. 10-26
ALMA WORTH, ALCOHOL BATHS AND
massage. Select patronage solioited.
138)4 N. Spring, room 4. 10-21
SEE MYRA GREY FOR
massage and vapor baths; 774 Wall cor.
Eighth. 10-14
C"cITMYRA GREY, 774 WALL~ST~
11-7
KITTIE EDWARDS.MASSAGE.
Spring st. room 11. 11-7
MISS MAY RUSSEL. ROOM 7, NEW
Hellman block,l2o N. Main st. 11-12
LOLA LIVINGSTONrAISOH6I,"BATTIB
138)4 N. Spring st. room 3. 10-13
SOUTH GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 120 N.Mam st.rooms 8-9. 11.10
MAGNETIC AND MASSAGE TREA~T
ment at 208 Winston st.up stairs. 10-14
PLUMBERS
FRANK A. WEINSHANK, PLUMBER
and gas fitter. No. 240 E. Second st.
Tel. 136.
MEDIUMS
ltatca for advertisements under tbis classifi
cation—l time, 5 cenia per line; 1 week, 30
cents per line: 1 moi^h, sttjasgtii^ .
THE TALK OF 5 COXftNENTS.
Samri H. Fowler,
Tho White Mahntma
Has arrived and located at No. 420 W.
Seventh st ,and will lie nleased to see all
wlio wish to know what the futuro has
in store for them. His rovelntions of
character and ability by means of som
nomancy are pronottoed nothing short of
marvelous, and who has read tho lives of
thoiisuntis of the best known people In
the world, including many ol the
crowned nobility of Europe and the un
crowned nobifitv of America. Prof.
Fowler wishes it distinctly understood
that lie does not claim to possets any
occult, spiritual 01 supernatural power.
The results produced especially in som
nomancy and materialisation are weird
and bewildering.but tho forces and means
employed, although not nt present thor
oughly understood by tho mass of poople,
are perfectly natural and may nt some
future day be utilized hy scientific work
ers. If darkness hangs around you con
sult this niordern male witcli of Endor
and your future will be made brighter,
you will have new lifo and courage and
progress in the future. Office hours, 9
am to 12,' Ip. m. to 9p. CD. Sittings,
ladies 50 cents, gents |L No chaiges will
be made for Fittings unless you express
yourself satisfied. Remember tho place.
No. 420 W. Seventh st. No sign. 8
PROF.B A M RI" F6W LE If 7 TII E~WH IT E
Mahatma, has tuken Los Angeles by
storm; this gifted oracle may be consult
ed on up all matters of interest; Ills olllco
is aiways crowded; 11 is soninomantic
readings more resemble what is generally
known as clairvoyance, with only this
difference, the results are much more
definite, more exact and far more correct
than the results obtained from the best
known and most reliable so-called clair
voyants. Parlors 420 W. Seventh st. Sit
tings, ladies, 50a; gents, $1. Satisfaction
positively guaranteed. 11
THE MORMNG~OK~A NEW ERA—PSY
chemetrizing with eyes closed ; a nat
ural phenomenon of transparent and liv
ing truth has just arrived and will be
with you for a lew weeks before his de
parture for the Oiient. Are you sick?
Are you in trouble? If so, consult C. 11.
Chixton, the Herbalist and Discoverer of
thegreitt Oktibbeha. Hundreds have been
restored to health who have lost all hope
by his timely advice Come early and
avoid the crowd. Charges moderate.
Oflioe emu S. Broadway, rooms 1, 10, 12.
Office hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 0. 7 to 8.
PERSONA L- A X RIVE D — P EOF. BE
niun, the celebrated European deline
ator of character, palmist and medium;
tells past,present and future and whether
tbe one you are going to marry will make
a happy* companion: anyone having a
reading will be entitled to have the talent
of one child or tne photo uf v friend lead
free uf charge; if you are in poor health
or in trouble or about to niAko a change,
do not fail to consult bim, as his advice
is very beneficial. Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed or no pay. No. 331 ■~ B.
Spring, room I. Id 11
TUB WORLD'S FAMOUS M ESDIUM AN D
palmist, formerly known throtlgbottt
Europe antl America as Sria, tbo child
medium; greatest living medium Inde
pendent slate writer of tbe age; if deceiv
ed through faKirs, would be mediums,
come. Sna will give you a free test to
prove ber powers: she tells just what you
want to know; if you are sick or in
trouble, sho can help you, No. 774 Wall
street., cor. Eighth.
DRS.~J.~B." AND M RsT;7e~VEtT< ; L AlR
voyants, test mediums, mental and
magnetic healers: all diseases diagnosed
clalrvoyantly free; we invite the invalids
to come and test osr power; sittings daily;
developing circle Tuesday night; seance
every Friday night. The Menlo, 420 S.
Main St., rooms 4 and 0. 11-4
KNOW THYSELB 1 IS THE FIRST STEP
to all knowledge. Complete written
nativities by mail, when furnished
with the place, date and hour of birth.
Answer questions of marriage, journeys
and diagnose diseases by the stars and
planets. Two questions answered, 25
cents. P. 0. box 282, Los Angeles. 10
MRS. A. E"T~~HARLAND, PWClTo~M"E~
trist, test medium, from San Fran
cisco. Sittings $1. Jewelry, photograph!
read. Circles Monduv, Friday eves. 25
cts- 4534 S- Spring st. 1-0-05
REMOVED—MRB~ PARKER, CLAlR
voyant and life reading medium,
business, removals, lawsuits, love affairs,
mineral locations, etc. 2304 S. Spring
St., room 4. 8-30tf
A~"W~ONDEirCI~IY~ri"A AND
trance medium will give messages at
a distance if $1 and a lock of hair is sent.
Gives sittings daily. !tod Beech st.. cor.
Twelfth. 10-25
MES~ MAUD FRETAG —A CLAlR
voyant and clairaudient medium; bus
iness affairs a tp:cialty; sittings daily.
Room 112, 3244' »• Spring st. U-15
airs~wai,kep7g~re~at~^)lair"~v6y- ;
ant and card medium; business
affairs a specially; sittings daily Rooms
:i and i. 310,4 S. "Soring st. 10-13
MISS KATE LAMPMAN\"~THE WON
derful young fife reading medium.
Business and developing a specialty. 422
W. Seventh St. iO-14
MR"s.~Ten"nT~~TWARREN, TEST ME
dium, lias been from her birth a won
derful medium ; sittings daily. 344 S,
Hill st. room 30. 11-7
THE MEDIUM, ÜBS. BARNETT,WILL
give sittings daily at 810 E. Sixth st.;
circle Tuesday and Thursday evening.
10-22
mXdTm~"g~EOß"ge7 MAGNETIC HEA~L
er and life reading medium, develop
medium power. 123 S. Main st., room
12. U-l
AGNES H. PLEABANCE, THE OBLE
brated dead trance medium; sittings
daily at ber residence. 034 S. Broadway.
10-1/
MRS. LENZBURG, SPIRITUAL MED
tun:; 0 to 6. 751 E. Ninth st., cor
Clark aye. 11-3
DR. W.E. HEAL
or, now permanently located at 4564
S. Spring st. 10-20
m"adam~deaN—fortune telling
by cards, nusiness and love affairs a
specialty. 316 E.First st. lm
SPECIALISTS
CATARRH—S2 PER MONTH;
DRS. GARRISON it Co.,
SPECIALISTS.
553 S. Broadway. Consultation free.
10-0 tf
FrTse" A~" ~CURE THAT 0~~URE~"~~~I
have cured thousands wbo suffered
as you do, of emissions, impotency.
nervous dobility, varicocele ana shrunken
parts, caused by self-abuse, by a simple
remedy which cured me, recipe for which
I wilt send sealfd free to any sufferer.
Aadress with stamp, DAVID B. EM
MEfT, box 870, Englewood, 111. 7-4
DR. It. (i. COLLINS. OPTHALMIOI OP
tician, with the Los Angeles Optical In
titute; eyes examined free. 125 S.
Spring st. ,
-"MEDICAL TREATMENT FREE-
From 2to 3 p m., daily. DR. D. D.
BRIGGS. over 101 B. Broadway. 10-14
BEN M. BARNEY. TEST MEDIUM
and spirit bealer; test meetings Sun
asv at Musio hall, 331 S. Spring st., 2:30
and 7:30 p. m.; private sittings duily at
residence from 10 v. m. to 4 p. ~c. ■ de
velopment in roediumship and spiritual
science. Residence, 402 W. Seventh St..
cor. Hill St. 3-19
RESTAURANTS
Rates tor advertisements under this clasilfl -
cation—l timo, D cents per line; 1 week, 30
cents per line; 1 month, $1 per line.
ia^EL^iTxXviEß-
Dlning Room.
Soulhwest cor. Seventh and Broadway.
EMERSON .t ANDERSON, Proprietors.
Regular meals., 25 cents; but of fare
changed 3 times a day: board hy the
week, $5; oy the month, $20. 10-18
HOTEL HA KEN CAKE, 344~5. HILL
St. —Tho best meal In the city, 25c;
electric cars pass the doors every 5 min
utes. 10-19
CHICK E! X - 0"R~T ITR KE Y1) INN E Ft~TO
dav 26 cents, PEERLESS KESTAU
RANT. cor. Fourth and Broadway, S. O.
EllvEN IlKl'.V, Prop. ' If
EDUCt TIONAL
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN
OOJporated), 220 S. Spring st., is tho
oldest and largest commercial school in
Southern Calitornin; tho most beautiful
college rooms and equipments to bo
found in tbe state: elevator for pnpils'
use; a large faculty ot experienced and
able instructors: open the entire year;
both day and evening sessions; a practi
cal English course, a thorough business
course and a course in shorthand and
typewriting under an experienced stenog
rapher. Write or call for illustrated cata
logue and full information. G. A.
HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER,
vice-president.
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
(Incorporated), 212 W. Third St.—Tha
oldest, largest, best equipped school of
its kind in the city; thorough courses of
study; experienced teachers, modern
methods, new and delightful rooms
reached by elevator; success graduates;
day and night sessions. Write or call
for full information.
THE GIRL 8' OOL LEO I ATE SCHOOL
(MISS PARSONS nnd MISS DEN
NEN, principals) will reopen September
261h, at 1918-1920-1922 Grantl aye., near
Washington St., in new and enlarged
quarters; collegiate,aca.lcmic, preparatory
and primary departments; attractive
home for boarding pupils; kindergarten
in charge of Miss Quinnn.
ST. HILDA'S HALL,SCHOOL for GIRLS
—GLENDALE—
(Incorporated) six miles trom Los Ange
les; ninth year begins September 25tn.
MISS K. V. DARLING,
12-13 Principal.
FRO EBKTTINSTITUTE (Casade Rosas);
training school or Kindergarten; also
school for coys and girls ol all grades;
opens September 23d. Apply to
8-7 ly MADAME LOUIS OLAVERIE.
ROY N TON NORMAL. FOR TEACHERS
only; begins September Kith ; teachers
aided in getting positions; teachers, gov.
arnaaaaa and tutors supplied. Room 525
Stimson blk. 0-30tf
SHORTHAND, EVENING OLASSESV7
to 9, instructions to beginners and dic
tation, with phrasing to writers of all sys
tems lo gain speed 217 Byrne bldg. tt
PR IV ATE LESSONS, ENGLISH LITER"
a tare, rhetoric, mathematics, etc., call
mornings, or undress MISS NYE, 450 S.
Hill. 10
COLLEGIATE SCHOOL FOR BOY'S, 707
S. Broadway, cor. Seventh. The cir
cnlai gives details. A. B. BROWN, A.
M. (Yale). 10-27
FRISXCH~TAUGHT RAPIDLY BY' MY
modern method. PROF. GAB. DUR
NERIN. B. L., B. S., Academy of Pans.
419 Crescent aye. 10-24
LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHMOL
for kindergartners. Fall term Septem
ber 18th. MRS. X. D. MAYHEW, 076
W. Twenty-thira st. b'-Btf
PIANO HARMONY' INSTRUMENTAL
tion and orcbestrntion taught by
PROFESSOR A. WILHARTITZ room
14, 212 S. Broadway. 11-3
TYPEWRITERS FOR HOME STUDY.
with free instructions how to use;
rent low. Longley iustitute, loom 303
Byrne bldg. 10-11
AN AMERICAN LADY ,GItADITAT T E
o! I'rot. Cortina) will give lessons, in
Spanish. Address F. O. box 242, Los An
geles. 23
MRsTe. HABKRKORN, TEACHER OF
elocution and modern languages.
Studio 43, I'irtle bldg, Fourth and Broad
way. 12 9
a¥. vTN~uEN'J's — grand
aye. A boarding and day school for
boys and young men. Fall term begins
Monday, September 2d. 11-10
SCIIOOL OF ART AND~ DESIGN7~Iia>
W. Second st. Open daily.
ETON SCHO6L FOR BOY'S, NO. 136 W.
I'ico St. HORACE A. BROWN.LL.B.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—AT A GREAT BACRIFOE,
tne furniture of a 7-roora house; or
iginal cost nearly $3000; everything ele
gant; upright piano, tine over-stuffed
parlor pieces, exquisite dining room out
lit, porcelain dishes ar.d silverware; A-l
bed room sets, hair mattresses etc.;
house 4 blocks from city hall: can bo
leased by the party buying the furniture;
extra fine largo yard, full of flowers; hers
is a decided oarguin for some ono want
ing a nice home just ready to step into,
complete in every way, line and cheap.
Address for full information and prioe,
8., box 90, Herald office. tf
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND.
hand pianos on easy terms; largest
renting stock in the city; tuning and re
pairing promptly attended to by compe
tent workmen. K.OHLER & CHASE,
233 8. Spring st. 9-6tt
FCR SALE—I WEBER. 1 CELEBRATED
Baits, 1 Hazolton, 1 Standard. I Jacob
Doll and otber first class piapos; little
used; cheap fur cash, or on easy terms.
506 S. Broadway. 10-6tf
FOR SAI/E—CHEAP; A-l PRINCE AL
bert suit, made to order of fine Eng
lish clay Diagonal; breast 38, leg 32;ij
will trade for bioycle. 700)4 8. Spring st.
10-10 ,
FOR OP A 7
room cottage at a bargain. 539 8.
Broadway. Cottage being for rent. tf
WANTED"""tO~HIRE AT ONCE. A
horae, rau»t be cheap. Inquire 310
W. Sixth st_ »
FOR SALE-HIGH GRADE WHEEL;
cheap for cash. Aadress V., box 30
Herald. 9
FORSALE-10 HORSE-POWER BOILER
and engine. 323 Aliso st. H ;j__j
FOR^^^LIVB^OCK^^
FOR~BALE—IF YOU WANT A GOOD
horse come to tbe Blue Front Barn
compauv. Third and Los Angeles sts,,
where you will get a better borss for tba
money than you can get any place ia
town: every horse guaranteed as repre
sented. JOHN McPHERSON. 11-17,
PHY^IANS^^^^
ONE ELECTRIC BATH FREE, FOR
ladies only, given by MRS. E. Q,
PENSE, M. £)., Homoeopath; electrio
baths $1; offico hours, 10 to 11 a.m., 3 to
4 p.m. 734K S. Spring st., Los Angeles,
Cal. 27
DR. MU—A~ GRADUATaf
in medicine and surgery; 15 years*
hospital and privato practice; consulta
tions free. 138 8. Spring. 10-16
MRB.~I)R~XH" SMITH-SPECIALTY.
midwifery; ladies cared for during oon.
finement at 727 Bellevuo aye.; calls
promptly attended to; tel. 1119.
DR. KWOl^r-^
The eminent Chinese physician and
surgeon; office, 113)4 8. Broadway, near
First st. __________
J. C. ~BTOUTTM. D., SURGEON AND
physician, 321)4 8. Spring st. 11-4

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