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City Branch Agencies
. . OF . .
The HERALD
In order to accommodate the public The
Herald has established branch agencies,
where copies of the Daily and Sunday
will be on sale and advertising and sub
scriptions taken and forwarded to the
main office as soon as received.
These branch agencies do not include
the hundreds of book stores and news
stands in all parts of the city where The
Herald is also for sale.
Boyle Heights
E. Donnell, news dealer, 2114 E.
First st.
East Los Angeles
Mrs. E. C. Thacker, news dealer, 194
N. Daly st.
Angeleno Heights
J. G. Kenyon, news dealer, 1655 Tem
ple st.
Westlake Park
Donald C. Ross, news dealer, 2100
W. Seventh st.
University
H. L. Park, drugs, stationery, etc., post
office building.
South Central Avenue
Chicago Pharmacy, cor. Central aye.
and 12th st.
JCHURCH^OTICES^^^
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL
Olive st, opp. the pars. Open every
ilsy in the year. Daily service nt 10 a.
in. The clergy will respond to all calls
for the offices of the church for strangers
or visitors without respect to creed;
burials, marriages, baptisms or visita
tions of the sick. Use of the church
cbeerfully given free for faneral services.
Tel. 143. Red. _t!
THE AMERICAN BAPTIST CHURCH
cor. Twenty-ninth and Sumner sts
Sunday-scbool, 9:30 a.m.; preacning. 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.: junior meeting 3
o'clock Sunday afternoon, and It. Y. P.
U. 6:30: prayer meeting Thursday even
ing 7:30. All invited to attend these
services. Rev. W. W. Tinker, the super
intendent of missions, has charge, tem
porarily, of this work. sat.sun, lu-2s
BEN, If. BARN KY, TEST MED 1U M
and spirit healer. Private sittings
and treatments daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.
m.: circle Wednesday evenings. Official
medium for First Spiritual Society; meet
ings Sunday afternoon and evening.
THE CHURCH OP THE NAZARENE-
Services—Sunday: 11 a.m., Dr. Bresee;
3p. m.. Br. Widney; 7:30 p. m. young
people's mass meeting; holiness meeting
Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.; prayer meetings
Wednesdays, 7:30 p. in.
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE MEE I S
every Wednesday at 2:30 at Foresters'
ball; also Oospel Tabernacle church
each Lord's day, morning and evening.
W. C. Steven-, "pastor. 11-11)
FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE
children who have been admitted to
the Los Angeles Orphan Asylum since
the last publication :
Half o pbans—'-esara Reyez, age 9
years; Ethel Stephens, 7 years; Can
delaria Reno, 5; Hermenia Alvarado, 10;
Mary Alvarado. 7; Frances Alvarado, 5;
Mildred M yer, 3; Victoria Pandora, 3;
Elena Pessios,2; Miguela Oros, <!; Joseph
ine Liebos, 2; Julia Baiter. 12; Manuela
Dominguez 3; Miry Cummings, 12; Ben
ita Reyez. 10; IssiJora Reyez, gj Angela
Kuellas, ti; Angela Gonzales, 12; Gertrude
Boland, 9; Frances Ruis, 12; Dolorjs
Contreras. 0; Hazel Donnelly, 7; Maria
Oomtz, 8; Maria Coronado, 12; Martha
Coronado, 8; Juanna Morales, 13; Batista
Morales, 0: Teresa Morales, 4; Dorinda
Domingce;, 11; Lydia Dominguez, 9;
Rail Farmer, 13; Louise Rorneman, 12.
Whole orphans—Mary Beecher, 10; Pru
dentia Lopez, 13; Charlotte Weinbeimer,
12; Sadie Aschner, 8.
SISTER CECILIA.
Los Angel?s Orphan Asylum, October,
1895. 29
A NEW HOME FOR $3 PER MONTH —A
modern piece of architecture, with all
improvements necessary t( make both
your wife and daughter happy and well
ventilated by over 2,000,1)00 delighted cus
todiers wh** use the New Home sewing
machine. We also handle other standard
made sewing machines ranging in price
from |fi up. Our Climax ami Ideal are far
superior to many nf the $85 and $70 ma
chines, and for which we only ask less
than half, on easy payments. Machines
that other dealers advertise for $22.50 we
are now prepared to sell you for $lo and
$20. Drop in and look them over and
leave your address lor a trial order; it
costs you nothing. THE NEW HOME
SEWING MACHINE OFFICE, 849 S.
Spring et, Los An gales ; 8b E. Colorado St.,
Pasadena. SatAiSun tf
V.AN TED—LADIES, IF YOU VALUE
your complexion why do you neglect
it? Madam Bauve'o New Skin Food and
Wrinkle Ironer needs only a trial to con,
vinee the most skeptical that it surpasses
anything hitherto placed on the market.
All facial blemishes removed; mail or
ders promptly attended to: liberal ot'fers
to agents. Ladies can be treated at their
homes or hotels. Consultation tree.
MAIJAM BATJVE, late of Paris, 841) 8.
Spring St., room 45. 12-3
' I
312 S. Main st.
You'll always save money by buying
any kind of new or second-hand furni
ture, matting, stoves and bouse furnish
ing goods at LEWIS tt ALDERSON'S, I
312 S. Main st. 10-21U
DR. PHILLI I's7THE GREAT MAGNET
doctor, treats ami cures magnetically
the following diseases: Kheuamtism",
neuraglia, all nervous and stomach troll
bles, eczema and all skin and scalp dis
eases. Oltice, rooms 1 and 2, 35.V.. S.
Spring st. 12-2
DR7ELLIOTT, MAGNLt I<' HEADER—
Cures all ailments by magnetism:
consultation free; satisfaction guaran
teed; come and % st tins wonderful pow
er. Office. 248 S. Spring st. 3-1
PERSON A~L~-NEW Et;".
ularities, from whatever cause, cured
without medicine, instruments or pain:
sure cure; lady attendants; low fees. Bi9
S. Grand aye. 12-1
mrsTdr7eT - a7~al"iams, ei,bot r v -
magnetic healei; women and chil
dren a specialty. 240 S. Spring, room ti.
Consultation free. 1-13
PROF. ST. CLAIR -SCIENTIFIC ' LIFE
reader und palmist; tells past, present
and future satisfactory or no charge.
124"_ 8- Spring St., room 11.
ItlBS CORA ATKINSON -HAIRDKKBB
-ing and manicuring, 25c; shampoo
ing. 25c: bangs cut dnd curled, 15c. 443
8. "Broad way. 10-20
FrI3aT)w7aY~~WEL 1Tef0T7~432 S.
IJrondwuy— Domestic coal, all kinds,
good quality, full weight and fair prices;
ring up tel. 472.
THE ONLY STORE IN THE CITY
carrying East Indian works of art
and curios. 504 S. Broadway. Moderate
prices. 11-3
SPECIAL NOTICES
Rates for advertisements under this classifi
cation—l time, 5 cents p-r line: L week, 3d
cents per lino; 1 month. $1 per line.
ihjsTnesTSo?^
Journal a business newspaper, pub
lishing all the county official records,real
estate transfers, mortgages and liens,
building news, contract work, financial
news, and all news relating t" the re
sources and development of Southern |
California and the great territory of the
southwest. One dollar per month, or in
advance $t0 psr annum. 227 \V. First St.,
Los Angeles, Cal. 8-ltl
THE SAFE DE POSIT bT>XES~OF THE
State Loan and Trust Co. arc inclosed
in a fireproof ami burglar proof vault
with time locks and brilliantly lighted
with electricity ; alcoves attachoj for the
private examination of valuables, with
writing materials; v young lady in at
tendance.
NOTRE-THE I.os ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce tho
following rules: The hours for sprinkling
a'e between the hours of 6 and 8 oclock
a. m. and 0 and 8 oclock p. tn. For a
violation of Lie above regulations the wa
ter wiil be shut oil and a tine of $2 will be
charged Before the water will be turned
on again.
THE VIE P. EC K-OLS HAU SEN C
We, the ondetlivntd, have this day
formed a co-partnership under ihe above
linn nanio, Mr. Olshatisen having pur
chased a half interest in the hardware
and stove business of Mr. Vivreok, 129 S.
Spring st.
EDWIN L. VIERECK,
EDWIN OLSH A L'SEN.
Los_Angeles. Oct, 24. 1395. 27
MRS. LOUISE POTTS BEGS TO IX
forro the ladies of Los Angeles tbat
she has just returned from New York and
is preparer! to give tiie latest styles in
dresses, wraps, etc. Muskegon blk., cor.
Third st. and Broadway. Apprentice
wanted. 11-12
FOR S A LE-^5O - RUNNI NG FE ET ~OF
wire fence. 10 feet high, with gate: is
in good condition and is suitable for
office, stole or factory partitions; will be
sold cheap. For further particulars call
at business office of The Herald. if
REMOVED - J. PHILLIPS, LONDON
tailor, from W. Second St., is non
located 113'j W Thiru St.. bet. rpnng
and Mains sts. 11-11
V. B. KETCH AM—REAL ESTATE
broker and rental agency. Room 12,
124_ S. Spring st. tf
$25n"WILL BUY~CHOIOE LOT. ANGE
leno Heights. S. K. LINDLEY, 106
S. Broadway. tf
a. fT sloper7~hTTu^e — siciver7~ of-'
lice, 11 Center place.
FOR RENT-ON bIiOADWAY. BET.
Eighth and Ninth, 5-room ll.it. $25;
furniture complete for sale for $400;
snap. CORTELYOU & 0 IFF EN, 41)2 S.
Broadway. tf
FOP.' RE NT- EL EGA XT SUIT e"~OF1
newly furnished sunny rooms: bath,
gas, hot and cold water; splendid loca
tion; light housekeeping. No. 103 N.
Olive St., cor. First.
MATTINGS AN D LINOLEI "MS Ex
clusively st the Matting Mart, 504 S.
Broadway, near Fifth St.; lowest prices.
11 8
FOR R£NT-VICTOIUa7732~_7sPRING
— Furnished and unfurnished rooms.
I_2
FOR RENT-ROOMS _^
FOR RENT —"_I .EGAnTIy" FUR
nished rooms.single or en suite,or pan
house; 55 Loomis st. near Bellevua Ter
race; on high ground overlooking city;
rates low. Apply on premises or to R.
M. PECK. 147 S. Btoadway. 27
FOR It EN T — WIL EY hT)U_E HAS
changed hantls thoroughly renovated ;
furnished and unfurnished rooms, single
or en suite; no children. No. 517 8.
Broadway. 10-26
FOR RENT-FINEST ROOMS IN THE
city at 50c, 75c and $1 per day; $2 to
$7 per week. At Grand Pacific, 423 6.
Spring St. 10-20
F~OR RENT-ALL PERSONS DESIR
mg furnished rooms or hoard, please
call at room 217 Byrne blk., cor. Broad
way and Tbird at.; information tree.
H-6 lm
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, center of city. CHICAGO
HOUSE. Entrance, 142" S. Main St.,
133H S. Los Angeles et. 11-20
FOR RENT — HANDSOMELY FUR
n'shed rooms, with private baths;
references required. CALDERWOOD,
308 8. Main st. 12-1
FOR~RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321~E7,
Second St.; furnished rooms, $1.25 per
week up; lodging 25c, 35c and 50c per
night. 10-lit
FOR RENT-133 N. MAIN ST. THE
Denver, nicely furnished rooms, $1.50
p c .r week and upwards ; center of city ;
250 to $1 a day. 9-14tl"
FOR RENT—A FRONT ROOM FUR
nished or unfurnished at 1154 W.
Eigntii st. 27
FOR RENt77aTI_!N~BLOCK, CORNER
of Spriug and lemplests ; newly fur
nished sunny rooms; reasonable. 11-24
FOR RENT—TWO FINE OFFICES~AND
furnished rooms. THE WTNDHAM.
109_ S. Broadway. 11-10
FOR RENT — FURNISHED ROOMS
reasonable rates at 324 S. Broadway.
AND SL'NN V
rooms. No. lbi S. Olive st. 3,0
FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK
FOR SALE—IF YOU WANT A GOOD
horse come to the Blue Fiont Barn
company. Third and boa Angeles sts.,
where you will get a better horse for tne
money than ion can get any place in
town; every horse gua'-nnteed as repre
sented. JOHN M'PHERSON. 11-17
FOR SALE- THIRTY MEDIUM-SIZED
mules, in good condition; suitable lor
farm work or delivery wagon; for sale
by the undersigned. Can be seen at
stable, corner ol Ninth st. and Grand
View aye. LOS ANGELES RAILWAY
CO. F. W. Wood, general manager. 11-20
FOR SALE-a'GOOD COW~AND A
second - hand Co.umbia bicvele
(lady's I; would exchange for good tire
proof safe. s'ti S. Broadway. tf
LOST AND J^OUND
LOST—AT THE PALMS. OCTOBER
20th, 1 black pocket or bill *>ook, con
taining numerous papers nnd notes; all
persons are cautioned against the pur
chase of laid notes, payable to the under
signed. Liliera! reward will be paid for
the re turn of said papers and notes to W.
J. BRYANT, 211 W. First St., Los An
! geles. 30
lost—on itVi a irio~SAN gTab-TTeIT
a wiist watch in black leather case;
will pay reward. UNION HARDWARE
AND METAL CO., 214 N. Los Angeles
St. 26
FOUND--SAM, THE HORSE CLIPPEK,
at Tallyho stables, N. Broadway.
11-12 "
PERSONAL
PERSONAL— PALMISTRY; 1 HAND
read free: every hie den mystery re
vealed; life from cradle to grave without
mistake; 10 a. m. to 8 p. iv. lil]4 W.
Third st.
PER SO N E KMA N" LA DV 7>_
sires tbe acquaintance of a middle
aged refined gentleman (no trillers need
apply. ) X., box 90, tbis office. 27
PERIIONAL7irKECIPE7 _ WILL POSf
tively remove wrinkles, smallpox
pits; for rale cheap; hours 9a. m. to 1.
718 Temple st. 11-9
LOS AXGrEEES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 36, 1895.
HELP WANTED—MALE
Rates for advertisements under this ciasslfl
cat on —1 time, fl cents per lue: 1 week. 30
cents per line; 1 month. <1 per lino
111 MM X U H lUllTXcoTi
Successors to
PETTY, HUMMEL & CO..
EMPLOYMENT AGEN'iS,
300-302 W. Second St.. in basement
California Bank bldg.
Tel. 509.
Office hours from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.,
except Sundays.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Carrenter, $2.50; woodchoppers, $1 cord;
man and wife, $10, etc.. man to work on
section, woman to cook for nine people;
chore man, $10, etc. : boy country store,*!,
etc; electric plater,s2.so: miner, $1.50, etc.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Colored waiter, $25, ttc.; baker's
helper, must have six month's exper
ience. $8 week; hotel nelp please call.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Woman for laundry, 11.50, today sure;
bousegirl, Bakcrstieid, $25; nousegirl.
«"h i no, $20; hous.-cirl, Whittier. $10,
assist; Covins, $16; Shorb,s2o; Hueneme.
$20: Olive. $20; Antelope valley. $20;
Eltnira. $15: Santa Monica, $15 to $20;
Slmi, $10; Norwalk, $10; Altadena, $20;
Manr.ana. $25; Fillmore, $20; Rochester.
$20; Cbatsworth, $15; Riverside, $20;
Covins, $25 to $3U; Qiendale, $2.50 week;
Fairmonnt, $10; Hill st., $12; Flower st..
$18; Hope St., $20; city, $25; Olive St.. $3
week; Hoover si.. $15; Angelina Heights,
112 Union aye., $10 ; Broadway, $10;
Thirty-third St., $15to>$20; Hope St., $20
to $115; Pleasant aye., $15; l'earl St., $25:
other places ctt.v and country, $15, $20
and $25.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Two hotel waitresses, $20, etc.. out of
city: waitress Pasadena, waitress East
Side, four Hrst-class waitresses, $7, etc.;
girl to assist restaurant. $3, etc.; girl for
lunch and icecream pallor $4.60 w?ek ;
restaurant waitress $6 week etc. ; wait
ress eating house $'.*; copyist and office
girl $30; cook for family hotel; cook and
baker $25 to $80; waitress Santa Barbara
$25; waitresses call and register.
HUMMEL BROS. A- CO.
E AST EUN EM PLOYMENT At! ENOV,
1 li 1 N. Main. tel. 237. furnishes be
tels restaurants and famllieswltn compe- '
tent help at short notice. KEARNEY 1
et CO., tel. 237. tf
W ANTE D— MA I E A N D~FEMA LE HO- '.
tel. restaurant and household help.
None but competent and reliable help
furnished. HOTEL GAZETTE LM- 1
PLOYMENT BUREAU; 3 waitresses for ,'
country, rooms 11 and 12, Manhattan '
bldg., 137 S. Broadway. Tel. 285. tf
WA NTED —S A LEAM EN —$100 TO $725
per m nth ami expenses; sample
line; position permanent, pleasant and
desirable. Address, with stamp, KING '
Ml'ti CO., F. 73, Chicago. 7-29
WANTED-A FEW MEN OF "GOOD AD
dress can Hud employment by apply- :
ing at room 22, German-American Bfciik '
bldg., First ami Main sts. 3-24 90
WA N T ED—HE L P FRE Ef-27 SlTUA
tions, 414'j S. Broadway. E. Nittin- (
uer. 5
\S ANTED- FIKSi'T'LASs" SHOE RE
pairer with complete nit and ma-
Qbine wishes steady employment. Box
02. Esoondido, Cal. 27 ■
W7. AN TO BELL NEW PAT- •
ent article; big pay to right party.
Call this morning. 3311 E. Second. 26 ,
WANTED—A. F. BELL CALL AT
Bennett's ?orral today, 325 Lus An- '
geles st. 20
WA NT EI )7Ta~~b6y~~TO~ LEARN TH E 1
barber's trade. No. 218 E. Second st. 20
WA NT E D~7a"\VOOD '1 IKN E U. AT 23
S. Raymond aye., Pasadena. 27
WANTED - HELP FREE—27 sTfuX
tior.s. S. Rroaihvay. E. Nittmger
HELP JWANTED-FEMALE^
WANTED—GOVERNESS AND COM
panion for two children, aged 9 and 7
years: best of references required. Apply
at once. Hotel Westminster, room 144. 27
WANTED—FIRST-CLASS, THOROUGH
iy competent woman cook, German
preferred, in small family. Call in morn
ing at 015 S. Main st. tf
WAN TED—2O LADIES - TO JOIN FE
nale minstrel iroup to travel; must
lie good singers. Call 410 S. Main, room
14. 27
WANTED - EXPERIENCED SEAM
stress to work with tailor on vests.
108 S. Hill st. 27
WA NT ED - TWO LADY CANVAS"
sers. Inquire of F. J. PALOMARES,
tbis office. 26
WAN TKD~G~OOD FINiRhTNG GIR L
on custom coats. Call 810l4j N. Main
st. 27
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
WANTED— MAN AND WIFeT'wITIU
out children, want situation on fruit
ranch; woman a good cook and man un
derstands rancn work. Address J. H.
E., 174 Rose at. 26
WA N TED— POSITIO^" - B V ~mXN AND
wife on a ranch; man lirst-class farm
hand:* handy with tools; wile good cook.
Apply at Peniel hall. 20
WANTED—MALE NURSE EDWARD W.
RANCE, Kin',) W. State st. U A., Cal.
28
JAMES G. CORTELYOU, EXPERT
accountant. Reasonable rates. 402 S.
Broadway, 30
WANTED—AGENTS
WANTED—ANYONE WHO WANTS TO
get rich nnd wbo has a little enter
prise can clear $10 a day in the Dish
Washer business. It is booming now; ev
erybody wants a Climax; is the best.
One agent cleared $2l> every day for a
year; a good chance lor a hustler; sell at j
home; no drumming. CLIMAX MFO.
CO., Col tin bus, Ohio. 26
A MAN IN EVERY SECTION TO SELL
staple goods lo dealers: experience
unnecessary; best siJe .me, $75 a month
salary and expenses or large commission
made. For sealed particulars send stamp.
Clifton Soap Manufactuirng Co., Cincin
nan, o.
VVAAT£D--/?OfJAf AND BOARD
WANTED—ALL PERSONS HAVING
respectable houses or hotels with
rooms for rent, kindly call at room 217,
Byrne bldg.. Third and liroadway. 9-b-lm
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
wanfed-a' purchaser for
choice residence lot on Angeleno
Heights, 511x1511 feet, east of Echo Park;
must be sold ;pi ice, $250. S. K. LIND
LEY, 100 S. Broadway. tf
wTnI eii^sii v in luYers7de land
and Water Co. stock to exchange for
real estate. E. E. PARSONS, room 1, 210
W. First St. tf
WANTED-TThOUSE THAT MUST BE
moved. E. E. PARSONS, room 1,
230 W. First st. tf
WA N T ED—A H(>U BE T~HAT~M OST
be moved. E. E. PARSONS, room
1, 230 W. i'irst st. 26
WANTED — 3-HOIiSE - POWER GASO
-1 in* engine. 236 E. Second st. If
CARPET^LEWma^^^
PIONEEr'sTEAM CARPET WORKS-
Carpets made, refitted,sewed and laid.
208-210 E. Seventh St. Tel. 217. 11-20
STEAM CARPET CLEANING, SEWING
and laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS,
120 N. Spring; tel 1343. 8-9tf
C7_ RPE fS 7c iTe AN—_i FROM 7 M~¥fi it
yard; laying, ;ic. K. BROWN. 608
S. Broadway.
MEDIUMS
Rates for advertisements und?r this classifi
cation—t time, 5 cents per line: I week, 30
cents per line; I month, iftl per line.
PROFESSOR FOWLER, THE PBES
cient marvel, whose scientific exhi
bitions have magnetized tbe whole coun
try, bus opened parlors at 613 Hill St.,
where he will he permanently located.
Professor Fowler may bo nonsuited up
on all matters of business, speculation,
love, courtship, marriage, etc. Professor
Fowler's strange powers are such as to
be beyond the province of clear explana
tion. He does not even pretend lo ex
plain them himself. He does not claim
to define tbem. They may be psychic,
divinatory or spiritual. Whatever tbey
are, tbeir results speak for themselves.
In this skeptical age people want proof;
they will not be satisfied with mere as
sertion. The wonders being daily Wrought
by this marvelous man are proof of the
truth of his claims. The doubter sees 1
and is convinced. Professor Fowler an- '
swers all questions involving aValrs of the
nearr, business and domestic life and of
loved ones far and near. More wonder
ful still, he not only answers such inter- 1
rogations, but can divine the question
before it is asked. He frankly announces ,
tnat no fee will be accepted ii you are not ]
satisfied in every way with the results of
the consultations. He drives doubt from ,
the mind and slays skepticism at tbe ,
first glance. Parlors, 613 Hill st. : hours j
oto 6. Sittings. Ladies. 50c; gentlemen,
$1. |
ProiessOl Fowler makes charts cf your ,
entire past, present and future life. The ,
charges are within the reach of all. Les- ,
sons given in hypnotism. 26
DRS. J. B AND MRS. LEVET, CLAlR
vovants. test mediums, menial and j
magnetic healers; all diseases diagnosed (
clairvoyantly Ireo; we invite the invalids
to come and lest our power; sittings
daily; developing circle Tuesday night;
seance every Friday night. The Menlo,
420 S. Main st., rooms 4 and 5. 11-1
MME. SIMMONS-MEDIUM ANDMAG
netic healer; past, present and fu
ture; has no equal' all who are in
trounle should see me; brings the sepa- 1
rated together; nevei fails. Oflice. 12,'.
S. Spring. 11-21 '
DR. M. MUEHLENBRUCTI7~TEST MF- j
dium ami spirit healer. Test ciril s j
on Tue day and Friday evenings; devel- j
oping circles Wednesday evening. Ad
mi sion, 25c. At the Ingleside, 324., S. J
Spring. llil
MRS. A. E. HARLAND, TmE"NOTED ,
psychometrist—Business and test me
dium; life readings from jewels, $1; dr.
veloping circle Wednesday evening. 334 1
S. Hill st. 1-6 1
REMOVED — MRS. PARKER, CLAIR-- I
voyant and life reading medium. 1
business, removals, lawsuits, love affairs,
mineral locations, etc. 230>_ S. Spring J
St., room 4. 8-80tl
MrTTnD MRS. W. H. KING fJHAVE ,
arrived in the cUy. They are well- t
known mediums and magnetic healers. |
Sittings daily. 328', S. Spring, room 0. i
' ___» j
MRS. WALKER, GREAT CLAIRVOY- '
ant and card medium; business affairs r
a specialty: sittings daily. Rooms 3 nnd ,
4, 316)4 S. Spring st. 11-16 ,
MRS. MAUD - FRIETAG, BUSINESS -
test medium; sittings daily; circles .
Monday and Thursday evenings: room
12, 324!_ S. Spring st. 11-11 i
MRsT JEN NIE WARREN. TEST" ME- '
dium, has been from her birth a won- '
derful medium; sittings daily. 344 S. '
Hill St., room SO. 11-7
THE MEDIUM, MRS. BARNETT.WILL
give sittings daily at 013 E. Sixtli St.;
circle Tuesday and Thursoav cveniigs.
12-22 )
MADAM GEORGI'j7MAGNETIC HEAL- -
cr and iife reading medium, develop
medium power. 11238, Main st., room 12. '
11-1 1
MME. DUVAL, THE WONDERFUL -'
clairvo\ant and medium, gives sit- I
tings daily. 707'_ S. Main st. 12-20
MRS. llsn'zburg,' splrTtual"m if. ,'
dium; 0 to 5. 751 E. Ninth St., cor.
('lark aye. 11 3
(
JR. STEVENS. A. J., REMOVED TO i
opp. Les Angeles Theater hldg.— i
Four years in Los Angeles. Fine gold
crowns (small), $0; best silver tilling, $1;
best set teeth, $10; best gold plate, $35.
Painless extracting. 11-20 |
ADA MS B ROs!~DEN TA L PA RLROS, ,
230'_ s. Spring st: painless extracting
and tilling; plate, $0, $8, $10; all work
guraanteed; established 10 years. Hours '
8-5, Sundays 10-12.
ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS- GER- '
man American BanK bldg. A set of .
teeth, $6; best S. S. white teeth, $10 ,
per set.
J. E.~ - I7a~FORtT X, DENTIST, 1~33'<; S. !
Spting St.. Los Angeles; rooms 7 and
8. 3-4 1
w7hTmass"er. - d. d. s., "hasjasso"
ciatcd himself w.'th A. P. Haas, D. t
D. 8., 115 W. First St. 2-22-6
F."R." CUNNINGHAM, DENTISi',' RE- '
moved to Stimson blk., cor. Third .
and Spring. Tel. 45.
DR. s. H. TOLHURST, DENTIST,FRED :
e**e>llvriie blk, northwest cor. Thi d and
Broadway, room 230, 12-20 .
FRANK STEYENS,324i7s7Bf > RING ST (
Open Sundays anil evenings. Electric *
light. ]
UR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, N. ,
Spring at., rooms 2, 0 and 7. Pain- j
less extraction.
SPECIALISTS ''
OVER 2000 ;
CANCERS AND TUMORS
Cured without the knife within tbe last
30 years. Hospital accommodations for
80 patients. '1 he greatest cures of the
nineteenth century. Send for testimo
nials. Send name of any one with can
cer. Our Cancer Tonic by express, $5.00.
Hours 1) a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
I
DRS. GARRISON _ CO.,
th-sat-m-tf 553 S. Broadway. '
DR. H. i
St.—Svphlllls and scrofula radically
cured in one to three months by hypo
dermic treatment. No medicine given
internally; rapll and permanent results
by introducing remedies directly into tbe
system. Ample references to be seen at
the office. 10-230
dr77r. o. COLLinisToPTHalmic"op-
tician, with the Los Angeles Optical
Institute; eyes examined free. 123 S.
Spring st.
RESTAURANTS
HOTEiTsAN XAVIEIt—
Dining Room.
Southwest cor. Seventh and Broadway.
EMERSON, proprietor. Regular meals,
25 cents; bill of fare changed 3 times a
day; board by the week, $5; meal tickets,
$4.50. 11.18
CHICKEN ()R~ T U iflSj Y~ N~E R To
day, 25 cents. PEERLESS RESTAU
RANT, cor. Fourth and Broadway. S.
O. El KEN BER V, proprietor. ' tf
CHIROPODISTS
THE VTORLD RENOWNED CHTROPO
dist, Dr. Rabat Dunze—l bave prac
ticed in all parts of tbe world; no knife
or acid used: only one price charged.
1 lb' _ W. First st., opp. the Natick bouse.
10 27
JHAfitONI^JJE^LEItS
DIAMONDS—A LOT OF THE FINEST
diamonds, from to l'_ carats, at
very low prices. W. A. FREEBERG,
406 8. Spring st. 11-18
FINANCIAL
Rates for advertisements under this ciasslfl -
cation—l time, 5 cents p.'r Un?; 1 week, 30
cont< pc- line; 1 month. ¥1 per.i n c,
pacific loan CO.—
(Incorporated.)
Oldest establishment in I.os Angeles.
Thoroughly reliable.
Loans made In any amount on all kinds
of collateral security; diamonds, jewelry,
sealskins, merchandise, safes, etc. also
on pianos, furniture antl household goods
in dither private houses, lodging houses,
boarding nouses or hotels, without re
moval from premises: partial payments
rcccievd ; money quick; business confi
dential; private ofl.ee for ladies.
w. K. DE GROOT, Manager, I
Xooms 2, 3 and 1, lit S . Spring at. |
ONION LOAN CO.—
Stimson blk.
Loans money on all kinds of collateral
sccuritv; watches, diamonds, sealstcitl
alio furniture in lodging and boarding
houses and on pianos without removal;
also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low in
terest; money at once; business confi
dential; private office for ladies, room
112. CLARK A. SHAW, manager roums
111 and 112, fust floor, Stimson blk.
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc ; also
on pianos, merchandise, iron and steel
safes, fnrniluro in lodging bouses, board
ing bouses and hotels, without removal;
also on city aud country property; low
interest; can have money nt once; busi
ness o infidential; private office for ladies.
GEO. s. ROBINSON, Si W. First st.
rooms 2 and 3.
THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
Society of San Francisc i will make
loans on improved city and country prop
erty.
Un loans of $500(1 and under, cer
ti.icates of title from tbe Title lu
suarnce and trust Co. will be ac
cepted, making tho expense on
such loans very small. Building
loans a specialty. Apply to
R. G. LCJNT, Agent, 227 W. Second.
6-15tf
L. B. COTTN—
The Los Angeles pawnbroker, HO 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 the reliable L. B.
COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker.
12-10
MONE V TO LOAN ON CITY OR COUN
try real estate; lowest rates; personal
notes or security, warrants, discount
mortgages or any negotiable papers: far
sale, first-class guaranty mortgages, in
terest li net. JOHN L. FAVKOVICH,
220 W. First st. 3-24H
POINDEXTER ¥ WA DSWORTH.BIToK
ers, 305 W. Second st., buy and sell
stocks, mortgages, bonds and any good
securities; if you wish to lend or borrow
or invest in real estate call on us; collec
tions made and property managed for
non-residents. 28tf
MONEY TO LOAN, SAFE FIRST-CLASS
mortgages for sale. Clo>e and prompt
attention to collections. In collections
money must come. Advice about mort
gages and collections free. Apply at room
208, Byrne bdg., Third and Broadway.
NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT
Co. —Loans money on all kinds of col
lateral security; money quickly ; business
strictly confidential. Rooms 05 and 80,
liryson blk.. fifth floor. JOHN MITCH
ELL JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr
TO LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT
st reasonable rates. WILLIAM F.
BOSBYeHELL, 107 S. Broadway. 10-13tf
MO X E V TO LO AN — B YMOO R E Ai~P A pT
sons, 220 W. Second St.. in any sum,
at low rates, on both city and country
property; also have choice 0 per cent
mortgage, guaranteed, for sale. 0 Stt
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO tfu vF,
on any good collateral; business
strictly confidential; loans negotiated on
city and country property. W. E. DEM
ING, 211 W. First st., room 1.
MON E V " LO ANE D 6N : DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock,
carriages, bicycles, all Kinds of personal
and collateral'security. LEE BROS.. 402
S. Spring at. SOU
TO Lo A N— I'NLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
small loans: no com mis. ion ; light ex
pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST
CO.. 223 S. Spring st.
TO LOAN-ON REAL ESTATE, $1000 TO
$20,000, private funds. 7 to 8 per cent
net. M'GARVIN & BRONSON, 220>-_ S.
Spring. 11-15
MON E $10,000"ON
city or country property; expenses
light. LEE A. M'CONNELL, 113 S.
Broadway. 11-3
MONEY TO LOAN"— ON CITY~ AND
country property. E. E. PARSONS,
room 1, 230 W. First St. tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON ANY GOOD SE
curity. E. C. CRIBB & CO. 127}. W.
Second st. 11-15
10 LOAN—slooo~t7Tslo,ooo ON~REAL
estate security. ALLISON BARLOW,
123 S. Broadway. 0-7tf
MONEY TO" LOAN" AT~(Ti'EIt ('EN .7
F. H. TRUE, room 535 Stimson nlk.
10-28
S TO CX S,^NDS^J\DJ»O^RmAOES
FOITsALE-S U BSCRIBIiFOFtSIfARES |
in the thirteenth annual series of tbe
Savincs Fund and Building Society of
Los Angeles; established in 1883. Office,
rooms 101-102 Wilson blk., First and
Spring sts. 11-20
WANTED-TO BORROW
WA NT E i)—OF~F RIV ATE PARTY, $15011
at 10 per cent on improved ranch, E.
E. PARSONS, room I. 23(1 W. First st. tf
excursions _____
excursions""to the'east-the
favorite personally conducted excur
sions of the Santa Fe route leave Los An
geles every Thursday morning al 7 oclock;
Pullman upholstered cars run without
cliango from I.os Angeles to Chicago and
Kansas City, with annex cars to Boston ;
the great point to remember is that you
save tit loest one full day's travel by tak
ing the last train of the Sauta Fe route;
attentive conductors accompany the par
ties; through berths reserved and more
detailed information obtained at the com
pany's office, 129 N. Spring St., I.os An
geles, through any agent of '.lie South
ern California railway.
JUDSON'S POPULAR - EXCUESIONS-
Every Monday over tho Rio Grande
Western and Denver and Rio Grande rail
way; scenic route; personally conducted,
newly upholstered cars through to Chi
cago, New YorK and Boston; finest !
equipment, lest service, quick time.
Otlice, 212 S. Spring st. j
PHI LLIPS' PERSON ALLY CON DUOT
ed excursions, via the Rio Grande
and Rock Island routes, leaves Los An
geles every Tuesday; cross the Sierra Ne
vadas anil pass the entire Rio Grande
scenery by daylight. Oflice, 138 S. Spiing
st. "
MAGNUS' CUT RATE TICKET OF
fice. 228 S. Spring St., opp. Los Ange.
les theater; regular tickets at reduced
rates to all points east; railroad tickets
bought and sold.
______ HAmDJRE^S^SERS^^^^
LOS ANGELES HAIRDKESSING FAR
lors — Shampooing and the scalp
treated for falling hair; cutting, curling
bangs and manicuring; prices low. M.
E. WOOD, room 23, 211 W. First st. 11-10
WATCHMAKER
THE PLACE TO HAVE YOUR WATCH
repaired—you gei a guarantee worth
something. W. J. GETZ, 336 S. Broad
way. 11-20
BUSINESS PERSONALS
Rates for advertisements under this classifi
cation—l time, 5 cents per line; 1 week, 30
cents per line; 1 month, 9/1 per line.
PERSON A L
money —That's what people say who
have tried a small ad. in The Herald.
They don't cost much, but tbe results are
Simply marvelous. In this popular de
partment Tho Heruld has made a gain of
more .ban 200 pe. cent during the past
few months. Big circulation counts. The
Herald has ii. If you want to talk to half
the people in Los Angeles and other parts
of Southern California, try a small ad.
In addition to the immense and rapidly
Inueraslng circulation of The Herald, its
sales hy newsboys, on trains, at hotels
I and slimmer resorts, make it the adver
tising medium of tho Pacific coast.
Look over these small advertisements
today 1 bey will interest you and may
make you some money.
Tomorrow try one. The results will be
both surprising and satistiyng. 6-3tf
PERSONAL—THEi LADIES' SAFE Alt
sorber. It is absolutely reliable,
easily adjusted and does not become mis
placed. Il can be worn when desired by
special circumstances without the knowl
edge of another. It' is simple to übo and
inspires confidence to the woman using
it. It is reliable and scientifically made
and does not injure the health, li is med
icated with one of the b st antiseptics,
which gives it power to prevent and de
stroy putrefaction or what is the same
thing, tbe oacteria upon winch putrefac
tion depends. We guarantee "The Ladies'
Safe Absorber." It will be sent securely
sealed Li plain wrapper upon receipt of
the pirce, 50 cents,or three for $1, (which
we guarantee to last for one year), with
full direMlons, No circulars. LADIES'
SUPPLY CO., La Crosse, Wis. 9-14-96
PERSONAL—FRESH ROASTED COF
fee, mods and Java, 35c; Ralston
cereal coffee, 15c; 5 lbs. good tea, $1;
8 lbs. rolled wheat,2sc; 5 lbs.bast rice,2sc;
bibs, eastern buckwheat. 25c; enn maple
syrup, 25c*; can cocoa, 15c; 3 cans baked
beans, 25c; 3 cans salmon, 250; can corn
beet. 10c; 11 lbs. beans. 25c; 8 Ids. prunes
25c; 8 lbs. raisins 250; 4 lbs. peaches, 25c;
50 bars soap, $1; pork, 8c; bacon, 10c;
pine margarine, a substitute for butter,
SOon roll. ECONOMIC STORE, 409 S.
Broadway.
PE RSONAL-RALPHS BROS.-GOLD
Bar flour, 95c; city flour, 800: granu
lated sugar, 20 lbs., $1; brown sugar. 22
lbs,, $1; 8 lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25c;
sardines, 5 boxes, 25c; tomatoes, 4 cans,
25c; 7 bars German family soap, 25c; 5
gallons oil, 05c; gasoline, $1: 3 packages
morning meal. 25c: lard, 10-lb. can, 650;
12 lbs. Lean"* 2oc. 601 S. Spring St., cor.
Sixth.
PERSONAL—SO RUNNING FEET OF
wire fence, 10 feet high, Willi gate. Is
in good condition and is suitable for
office, store or factory partitions. Will
be sold cheap. For further particulars
call at the business office of The Herald, tf
PERSONAL—AIIAMTs~ei 130 W EiN?
KARPENTURZ,
Will remove from 01!) S. Broadway to
7-12 S. Main. Screen work, office fitting,
house repairing and building. Shop
tel. 900; res. Blue, 581.
LO YE R B 6 F TH E BEAUTIFUL
should call at 504 S. Broadway and
ii sped the east Indian embroideries,
miniatures on ivory and other lovely
works of art. 11-3
PERSONAL — THE LATEST STYLE
Regents' suits made by crack eastorn
tailors lor $35, we sill for $15 if we Can lit
yon. MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS.
121 W. First st..near Spring, Wilson ole. tf
PER SON AL—WH V P A YAM E R CIIA N T
tailor $35 for a suit when you can get
the same thing for $15 at the MISFI T
CLOTHING PARLORS, 124 W. First St.,
near Spring, Wilson blk. tf
PERSON Aii - MISFITS AND UN
called for garments at less than half
your tailors' prices at the MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 124 W. I'irst
St., near Spring, Wilsjn blk. tf
PERSONAL—A RECORD BREAKER—
For quick sales and special bargains
in real estate call on V. B. KETCH AM,
room 12, 124J_| S. Spring. Open evenings.
10-2011
PERBONAL—HARRY, DID YOU SEE
the nobby pair of pants I bought for
$3.50 at the MISFIT CLOTHING PAR
LORS, 121 W. Fjrstat., noar Spring, Wi
lson blk. tf
PERSON AL — PA NTS THAT WE R E
made to order for $12 we sell for $6 at,
the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS,
121 W.First St., near Spring, Wilson blk. tf
PERSONAL—MATTINGS AN D LlNO
leums exclusively at (he MATTING
MART, 504 8. Broadway, near Fifth st.;
lowest prices. 11-8
LADIES' STORE, 640 ~~S.
Spring—Highest cash price paid for
ladies' second-hand clothing. Send pos
tal. 1 6 96
PERSONALIS? A XELFOItTr PA YS
highest price for gents' cast-off cloth
ing at 105 N. Los Angeles street; send
postal. 1-9-96
PIiRSON\\L-JOITN~BAI'T7ST _ FROVA?
practical chimney sweeper; stoves
and ranges cleaned. 709 Macy st. 11-15
REMOVED — PATS & PARKER'S
real estate linn, from 415 S. Spring
to 132 S. Broadway. tf
MACHINER V, DI ES? TOoLs AND
models. J. YON SERKEY MANU
FACTURING CO., 230 E. Second st. tf
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY
WHAT IS A DOLLAR TO^"a'~"ma'n~lF
it will strengthen ami invigorate bim?
Vapor hath with electricity will do it;
sure cure lor rheumatism ami insomnia.
321P 2 S. Broadway. 12-3
it ET URNED—D R?~MR 576 UI DA~S T EW~
art, electro-magnetic specialist; also
scientific massage and alcohol baths,
nealihful ami refreshing. Parlors 8 and 0,
The Menlo, 420 S. Main. 11-19
EDITH AN WAY OF BOSTON GIVES
massage tnat is delightful and re
freshing: also alcohol baths. 355J4 S.
Spring, room 12. No rivals. 12-15
MISS MAY STONE —
-—Alcohol Baths
188J4 N. Spring
2-23 Room 22.
ALMA WORTH, ALCOHOL BATHS AND
massage. Select patronage solicited.
Spring, room 1. 11-2
ETHEL HEATH, FROM SIOUX C?ITY
— Massage alcohol | baths. 23,' Hi E.
Firsi, rooms 17-18. 11-15
KITTIE EDWARDS—MASSAGE AND
alcohol baths. VM% N. Spring st.,
rjom 11. 11-7
| MAGNETIC TREATMENT~AT 208 WlN
ston st., npstairs, one block east of
postoifice. 12-16
SEE MY RA GREY FOR SUPERIOR
massage and vapor baths. 774 Wall,
cor. Eighth. 4-15-06_
MISS LO]<OPftEBTON, JUST FROM
the cast—Masssge and alcohol baths.
2331. c. First St., rooms 2 and 3. 12-26
COO M YR AG RE Y. ~774lVAlT^_3J._ll-7
MIS S GLA D V S IR YIN G? 120 N. MAIN
St., room 8. Alcohol batbs. 11-11^
MISS MA V RUSSEL? - ROOM 7, NEW
Hellman blk., 120 N._Msin St. 11-12
MRsT dR? LEON? 12(Tn. MAIN ST. tf
C. F LAW;
offices, 13 and 14 Bank bldg., cor.
Main and First sts. Advice free. 12-10
VICTOR MONTGOMERY—
Attorney at Law.
10-1 132 Stimson blk. Los Angeles.
NIJIjSERY ______
LtTfT~AISGI?L_.B NURSERY—TREES,
plants, seeds, bulbs and cacti; lowest
i prices. 340 8. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE
Rates lor advertisements under this classifi
cation—l time, D cents per lino; 1 week, 30
cents per line; 1 month, .fl per line.
fsk iTxTgiTaVge""—ttsj\?eWy~To3)
lota near Pico »t. electric car line,
value $15,00(1; auhject to mortgage $5000,
for tnree years at S per cent, with release
clause, for good country property, clear.
J. ROBERTS, 120 S. Broadway. tf
FOR EXCHANGE —IP YOU HAVE
properly anywhere and wish to ex
change it, call on me nnd yon will receive
an offer. Oregon. Wasiington and east
ern property a specialty. E. E. PAR
SONS, room 1, -.'3O W. First st. tf
FOR EXCHANGE— SELL OR Ex
change your city property or ranches
go to MORRIS St EKE, 323 S. Broadway.
7- 120
fcOR EXCHANGE—BALED II AY FO li
Jersey cow. R. D. LIST, 123;,;' W.
Second. J1
EDUCATIONAL
WOODBURY lIrSI N ESsT'oTlege (IN-'
corporated), 220 S. Spring St., is tho
oldest and largest commercial school in
Southern California; the most beautiful
college rooms ani equipments to be
(ootid in tbe state; elevator for pupils'
use; a large faculty of experienced and
able instructors; open tiie entire year;
both day and evening sessions; a partic
cal English course, a thorough business
course and a course in shorthand and
typewriting under an experienced ste
nographer. Write or call for illustrated
catalogue and full information. G. A.
HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER,
vice-president.
LOS ANGELES - BUSINESS COLLEGE
(Incorporated). 212 W. Third st.-The
oldest, largest, best equipped school of
its kind in the city; thorough courses of
study; experienced t.-achers, modern
methods, new and delightful rooms
reached hy elevator; success graduates;
day and night sessions. Write or call for
lull information.
the gills' Collegiate school
(MISS PARSONS and MISS DEN
NEN, principals), 1918-1920-1922 Grand
aye.. near Washington Et. Collegiate,
academic, preparatory, primary and kin
dergarten departments; attractive home
for boarding pupils. tf
ST.HILDA'S HALL.SCHOOLI or GIRL 3
— GLEN DALE—
(Incorporated) six miles from Los Ange
les; ninth year begins September 25th.
MIPS K. V. DARLING.
12-13 Principal.
FROEBEL INSTITUTE (Case de RosiTsT;
training school or kindergarten; also
school for boys and girls of all grades;
opens September 23d. Apply to
8-7-ly MADAME LOUIS CLAVERIS.
KOVNTON NORMAL, FOR TEACHERS
only; begins September 10th ; teachers
aided In getting positions; teachers, gov
ernesses and tutors supplied. Room 525,
Stimson blk. 6-80U
COL LEGIAT E SCHOOL FOR BOYS, 707
S. Broadway, cor. Seventh. The cir
cular gives details. A. B. BROWN, A,
M. (Yale). 10-27
LOS ANGELES IRA ININg" SCHOOL
for kindergartners. Fall term Sep
tember lStn. MRS. N. D. MAYHEW.
070 W. Twenty-third St. 6-811
PIANO HARMONY INSTRUMENTAL
lion and orchestration taught by
PROF. A. WILHARTITZ, room 14, 212
S. Broadway. 11-3
MRS. E. HAIiERK6IIn7"TI!aTh~ER OF
elocution and modern languages,
j Siudio 43, Pirtle bldg., Fourth and Broad
way. 12-il
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE, GRAND
aye. A boarding and day school for
boys and young men. Full term begins
Monday, September 2d. 11-10
ETON SCHOOL FOX BOYS, NO. 186 W.
Pico st. HORACE A. BROWN. LL.
B.
DRESSMAKING
MRS? HUMPHREY HAS REMOVED
her dressmaking establishment from
-11."tS. Spring st. to 125 W. Fouith, on
tha lirst Hour; no stairs to climb; every
thing iirst-class ; prices reasonable. 111-80
MRS. SONNE - DRESSMAKER OF
Boston; 10 years experience; go out
by the day or time work home; reascna
hlo prices. 444 S. Hill st. 11-3
MRS. O. ~A7 MAXWELL-DRESSMA\C
er: specialty cutting and fitting good
dresses; prices reasonable. 216}_ W.
Sixth st. U-23
MRS?" LA~\TNNiy AN DERBON-
Dressmaker.
Prices reasonable; all work guaranteed.
322 S. Spring st., room 9. 11-11
MRS. SADIE BROW~N? THE MOST
tashionable dressmaker in the city.
German-American Bank bldg., First and
Main sts. 11-15
mrs7h. m. peiTcWXlTdre SSMA X ER?
211. W First st, room 10, Los Ange
les. Prices from $35U up; lit guaranteed.
8- 28
STYLISH DRESSMA KING — SUITS
from $5 up; perfect satisfaction guar
anteed. 311 S. Hill st. 11-18
mrs.~a? ITcaRLETON, PaRISIAIST
modiste; work guaranteed. 139 N.
Spring
PHYSICIANS
DR. W. W. MURPHY HAS RETURNED
from the east and will resume his
practice. His office is in the Muskegon,
southwest cor. of Third St. and Broad'
way. Practice limited to diseases of eye,
ear, noss and throat. 11-8
ONE ELECTRIC BATH FREE, FOR
ladies only, given by MRS. E. G.
PENSE, M. D., Homoeopath; electric
baths $1; ollico hours, 10 to 11 a.m., 3 to
4 p.m. 7341]. S. Spring St., Los Angeles,
Cal. 27
DR. TO LES. OFFICE 100 PIRTLE IILDoT
(thild iloor), cor. Fourth and Broad
way. Diseases of spine, nervous diseases,
defects in physical development. Hours,
1 to 3 p. m. 11-18
DR. LYDIA™ "MUM~A,~GRADUATE, 15
years' hospital and private practice;
a specialty, women's diseases and irregu
larities; consultations free. 188H S.
Spring.
MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH—SPECIALTY',
midwifery; ladies cared for during con
fiiiement at 727_i Bel levue aye.; calls
promptly attended to; tel. 1119.
drTkwong—
The eminent Chinese physician and
surgeon; office, 118 J. S. Broadway, near
First, st.
j"(JTSTOUT, M. £>~ SURGEON AND
physician, 32U_| S. Spring »t. 11-4
MERCHANT TAILORING
JUST ItECEIVED At"_44 S. SPRIN9
si., line stock of imported and do
mestic woolens, from which tvs n»e pre
pared to make up suits in'lutest styles and
:it the lowest prices. We are also prepared
to show one of tbe best lines of woolena
in the city, suitable for ladies' tailor
made suits. Givo us a cull: will please
you as well as save you money. E. W.
BETTS.___ tl
EMIL~J. LIND, MERCHANT TAILOR?
ruom 328 Wilson blk., cor. Spring and
First sts.; perfect fit guaranteed. 11-20
BICYCLES
STcYCLE INSTRUCTIONS GiVSnTt
Cential Park Cvclery, 518 S. Hill st.,
bet. Fifth and Sixtb. Renting and re
pairing. 11-1
S.LARSEN & CO. HAVE THE AGENCY
for the Relay bicycles, 223 W. Fifth,
st _ 12-9
FRANK A. WEINBHANK. PLUMBER
and gas titter. 210 E. Second st. Tel.
136.

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