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CHURCH NOTICES
EPISCOPAI,
Olive st, opr. the park. Open every
day in the year. Daily service at 10 n.
In. Tho tlerev will respond to all calls
for tho offices of the church for strangers
or visitors without respect to creed;
burials, marriages, baptisms or visita
tions of the sick. Use. of the oh' rch
cheerfully given tree for fumral services.
Tel. 143. Red. tf
CHRIST CHURCH (EPISCOPAL) COR
per Flower and Pico sts.. Rev. Allied
S. Clark, rector, resilience 1370 Figueroa
St.: Sunday services 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Holy Communion every Sunday at
ts a.m. and hr.-t and Third Sundays at
midday service: Sunday school 9:4 - a.m.
Seats "free; strau;.''rs cordiully invited.
Electric, cars to University and Pico
Heights pass the church.
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE ' MEETS
every Wednesday al 2:30 nt Foreatere
Snail; also Gospel Tabernacle church
each Lord's day, morning, and evening.
W. C. Bti vei s."i nstor. i
£ — j
SPECIAL
"OLD MEN SHALL DREAM DR'.'.AMS;
young men shall see vl.iods" —Joel: ii, I
2s\ such has been the expenenos of PrtO
rESSOR f RED BELL tbe wall known lib- I
eral leciurer and humanitarian s;>iri ual
iat, latenl Metropolitan Fran*
Cisco, who has recently received a revs-la
tion t.oni the Great Realm of tbe Unseen.
The Key to the Secret Vault oi Wisdom
has beeii found by Mr. Bell' It may pe*
long to all, lor Jesus, the Ad pi, said:
"A-k and ye ph. 11 receive; knock, an i it
snail be opened i>> m you.'' Pnness .r
Bell is prepared louse bis wonderful gif;s i
in healing and leaching. Ti use suffering j
from nervous tronbl s. insomnia, peralv*
Sit, theu.-iutisni and kindred diseusej
ebon Id call upon him at once. Pain ami
dleaas* disappear ns if b» magic under
pi« Electro Mfntal ireatment.
Study practical otcultism with Profes
sor Bell, and receive Ibe key to bealth
a:.d hai p.ness. No i lusies. only individ
ual pupils
Fiirenoiogy—As a pbrenolorist Profess
or Bell has no superior, Lea.-n of bias
just what you are best aiarte.l for in
order to be successful in tbe slruggle of
life.
Palmistry—Prifessor Bill is a student
ol the great "Cbeiro," as well as an intu*
itivr reader of "God's niarkiiijts" In the
hand. .
Consultation in all matters Fre«. Dis
eases ti,apposed without f-e.
; D*ily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Evenings
and Stir:d<v mornings by appointment.
. Spedal Notice—Every Wedn»gdaf fr. ni
10 a. ra. to 8 p. m. Professor Bell will
give t estmsnt, etc.. Ahsolutely Free to
the deserving pnor.
Office, 325 S. Hill St., bet. Tblrd and
Fourth. B*jo*96
LEWIS ft ALDERSON,
31- S. Main st.
There is nothing as stubborn ns a fact,
and w hen we s iy you'll save money buy
ing your furn lure and household furnish
ing goods at Lewis ft Alderson'e il >* a
fact which f. ars no successful contradic
tion, vie have a b g slock of both second
hand anil new go ds. I ought for spot
cash from I: c best factories in the east at
the very lowest cash prices, and be iues
we discount every bill we buy, and sell
ing as we do for spot cash and doing car
own work, it is plain to be s,-en we *an
give you better goods for Jess men,ev than
any house in town. Just see those hna
n.-w oik be room sets, ISx4'beveled l- 1.,s -.
for flB and 820; maple sets ior Jl5, or
those other sets fni $10. And don't forg»t
t3 examine carefully those sjlid oak
bigh-bi.ck chairs, Ibe best on earth, for
$1; mckers to match fur il 00, or line
polished oak leather seat rockers for
$4 and $•">. New peiisued oak, roll
lop de k' for $20. or secretur.es for JM.or
Li lee' desks for $7.59. Greit, hes-y oak
extension tat-Us fur $6; oak wardrobes
Ittr $10' others ss low as $7.5>. Good
g,ieol'n- stoves, warranted all p-rt-ct, for
and IS. Large oil healing stoves that
ensi $10 a.d *U for *5. Foldin- bpds
witli best cable srrings ma i! e ior $G. New
linen warp matting fir 16 and 20c. New,
best mi.de combination tables for $3.
TtiPre are springs, mattresses, pillows,
be-idinp.carpets, stoves.crockery, t.nwt.rc
, an.l about everytbi ig used in the liojse,
all s id at tue 1 iwest casb prices. Re
member the lact you'll ulsvays get satis
fr.cL.i , iiinl save motley in trad.ng at i
LEWIS ft ALDERSON'B, 312 S. Main si. ;
5 !
I OR f*l PER WEEK—ON ACCOUNT OF
the daily arrival of the vi rv lstest oe- j
Signs in sewnir- machines c'ir"it from the ;
eastern faclorits, an I to close out our J
obler stock, we will for the next few days j
offer lo the leople of Los Angeles nnd |
vicinity our second-hand machines of all j
kfandard makes (almost new ) at a very
lew price, and ei,n be paid lor at the !
ygte ot $1 per week. . lso headquarters
for ihe old reliable light rnpning New
Home sewing machine. Drop in and
look tbem over a il be convinced for j
yourself. THE NEW HOME SEWING '
MACHINE OFFICE 340 B. ferine st. Lo*
Angeles; 88 E. Colorado st. Pasadena.
Put
FOR SALE NOTICE TO REAL Es
tate dealers—The best evidence tba!
it pa\s to advertise in tbe Herald is the
fact tbat ncarlv all the leading dealers
iv the city are reprrsente I in its "for sale'
colu n«, and tbey find tbat it pays.
These advertisers are not experiment
ing, Tbey are wide-awake business men.
They have thoroughly tested 'J be Herald ;
as an advertising medium ami are so
Weil satisfied wiiu Cc results that tbey
stick tn the proposition.
BUSINESS NEWSI A PER—THE DAILY
Journal a business newspaper, pub
lishing all tbe county official rtoords,reul
estate transfers, mortgages and liens,
building news, contract work, financial
news, and all tews relating lo the re
gourcee and development ol Southern
California and tne great territory of the
southwest, One dollar per month, or in
advance si p V annum. 227 W. lirst St.,
Los Angeles, Cal. li-llf
THE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE
State Loan ;.n i Trust Co. arc inclosed
In a fireproof and burelar proof vault
with time locks and brilliantly lighted
with electricity; alcoves attached for the
private examination of valuables, with
writing materials, a young lat'v in at- '
tendance.
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co, will strictly enforce tbe
following rules: Tbe bours lor sprinkling
are between the hours of ti and 8 oclock I
a. m. and 6 and 8 oclock p. m. For a '
violation of teal ove regulatioi s tbe wa* 1
ter will tie si.nt off ami a tine of $2 will be i
charged Defore the watei will be turned
Ml again. 4.2; i
FOR SA iE— 50 RUNNING FEET OF
wire fence. 10 feet high, with gate; i» I
in good condition and i* mutable for
office, store or lartnrv partitions; will be I
sold cheap. Fur lurtt.er particulars call
at business oliice i I Tiie Herald. if
BR. ELLIO'i f, MAGNETIC !
Cores all ni meat , by magnetism;
•onsultatit.n frte; satisfaction guaran
teed; come and Lst this wonderful tow
er. Oliice. 243 :-. Spring st. ;t.i
PEKbCNAL- NE iv , ~-» ESS-IKRg,G*
nlsrilies. from whatevei cause, cured
without medicine, instrutnen s or pain
sure cure; lacly attendants; low fees. Bill
18. Gland aye. 12.[
JIBS. DR. E. A. ADA MS?, ELECTHu
mugnntic bealei; women and chil
dren as| ociaitv. l:> s. Siring, room (i.
Consult..lie.n free. ' j.]-,
THE LANDSi'i „1' CoTTu" A I )yu ART
ter* o lie - and laboratory removed to
the Al Workman uiuci:, 230 ! t cprin-
st, room -i 2. j.j. t
V. B. KETCH AM—REAL ESTATE
broker and rental agency, Routn 12
124" 2 8. bpiing st. ii
f2..0 WILL BUY CHOICE LOT ANGE
lino Heights. S. E. LINDLEY, 100
S. Broadway. tf
A. V. SLOPER. HOUSE MOVER, OF*
ike, 11 Center place.
j SPECIAL NOTICES
Rates for advertisenien ts under this ciaaslfl
cat on —1 time 8 cents per 1 ne; i week. 30
rcutt, per Hue: 1 moiun. #1 pet line
. PARTIES "ABOUT'To'IIAVE STOPlis
fitted up near or remodeled, aoulil
:i t> well to call ut carpenter ebop, S B.
JL *s Anitetes st., lor figures on sanic; '*-
'ci tltv made of etore littinu ; best of i i r
|»n tea. .!. S. M. KOJtTKft. M J_
JdROADWAY II EL DEPOT. I - H.
iirnadwuy—l'omesiic coal, all kinds,
' goo, I qunlity, full weight and fair prioea;
ring n- lei 472 |
flEf." WANTED-MALE^^^
j 111 BtMKL lli.Us. \. CO.,
Bucceesors to
PETTY. HUMMEL ft CO.,
EM PI.OYMENT AGENTS,
I "00-302 W* Second st.. in basement
California Bank bldg.
Toi. 5Ut».
Oflice hfl "rs from 7 a. m. to 7:'!0 p. ni.,
exejit Slits il.ivs.
EASTERN* EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
ll.>'« N. Main, tel. 237, furnis. es ho
tels restaur! nti and familisswlt i compe
tent help al "hort notice, KEARNEY
| ft CO., tel. 24 ; 7. tf
: WANTED—M EN AND WOMEN TO
work nt In .ne—l pay 88 t> tW y'T
■ week fur mskl ng CRAYON PORTRAITS,
j new patent! i neinod; Mnyone who can
■ rtad or wr \ 0 in do the wo k nt horn*,
in snata tiir.e. tiny or evening. Send for
p.rticnla-s and w,rk ut once. Aduress
H. A, GKIIPP, German Artist, Tyrone,
i Pa. 12-8
WANTED—.MAH AND WIFE TO TAKE
charge S}| ranch; col ireJ porier;
ebsmbermal 1 and assist wailing;
ti wi.imsses, euy; i waitress, c on try:
woman cook, hotel; Spanish girl for light
bouaework; i n > is.- I l>. city. H iTßis
GAZETTE Ei tl LoYMENT BUREAU, 187
s. Brnadway. tf
WAX fED— »I iLESMEN—IIOO TO~it2s
per m ntl i and expenses; aatnpM
line; position pernan-nt, pleasant and
• desirable. Ad iress. with stamp. KINo
MF'G CO., F. 73. Chicago. 7-29
WANTED - B XPERIEXCED PIAKO
salesman 'i r cid.establlsbed bou**.
Applj r oni '.S"l ' C.rri r bldg., Third st.,
bet. Spring auit Broadway. 18
WANTED—A F. I W .MEN OF GOOD AD
dre-s can All I employment by apply
ing at loom 22. German-American B. nk
Didg., First and ,Mam 6ts. 3-24 iw
WANTBD iIF.L, ' FREE—27 BITTJA
j 10,11s lU'... >. l'.r. -obi I!. \ ■ or
HELP WA, NTBD-'FBMALB
Want ed—hi ith-i van d household
help. The In itel Gazette Employ
ment Bureau, roe ns 11 and 12, second
i10..r of the Manna t»n bn luing, 187 s.
Broadway, Los Ann eles, Cal , is prepared
to furnish all clj;s 1 of coo peteut hotel,
restaurant an.l hone, 'bold help, promptly,
st short notice. Tnis bureau is m-der Ihe
management t>: W. G Howard, a practi
cal 03tel •nan, whose knnwldege of nhat
is required ot the -iift - rent kinds of help
will be of gre; t adva liiit' to those order*
Ing through Ibis ne ency. Bear it in
mind. It not convenient to visit the
oliice, ring dp telepbt ■'» 2',"), and tour
needs will leceive prot ipt attention, tf
\VA S1 E D-FI its T-C Ut \SB fTAI LO RKBS
for bine tailoring tmdej good, steads
work an:i good pay. 7i'l N. Main ft. 18
WANTED—STRONG WILLING GIRL
to da general housework. Apply at
No. 1341 S. ii i| c st if
WANTED—AGENTS AT HOME EVERY
where. Add'Sss 211 W. First St.,
room 7. 12-1
W A X T ED-AN EX P ER R A *
pin-r at ■'.'- ''r. 1.1 w ay.
isITLA TtONS WANTED—MALE
WANTED—POSITION AS Nl"lisE OR
eompanian for an ii.v.iiiil Uy a young
man who Is a magnetic 1 ..alert no obiec
lion to traveling, POWELL DISPENS
ARY*, Z'M'i S. Spring st. 12 7
wanted - situation" as first
class butler, janitor, steward, bend or
nide waiter, or i' any ether canaciiy;
best of recommendations. Address v.,
•pox So, Herald or! ■ . 19
WANTED—YiII" MA N' WANTS TO
lea-n paper ngiag trade; no wa2es.
Arlilr. ss -bo W ninth si., c. iv. IS
SI TL ATi <S WANTED--FEMALB
WANTED - LADIES' PEOI ESSIOXAL
nurse wish s engagements; ma-aacu
given at ladies' iiou.es; terms reasonable;
teferelic.s from bi st physicians and fam
ilies, tftl'j S. Main , room 38. IM
WANTED - POSITION AS — HOUSE
keerer, eithrr In city or cout try, in
small family Address ti., box 40, this
■ tr. c IS
WANTED — A GENTS
WAN I ED-AGENTaAT HOME EVERY
wh-re. Address 211 W. Firsl St.,
room 7. 12-1
WA NTED- MISCEL LA NEOUS
WA NTE D - A PI IRC II ASER FOR
cb ice residence lot on Angel«no
HeigOts, 80x160 feet, east of Echo I'ari;;
must uesuli; ptice, $2.i0. S. K. LINIJ
LEY. IUO S. Broadway. tf
WAN TED—GOOD COWB; Wfl ETt AX E
t.ne or more good cows on lirst class
new upright piano. LEONARD, 60U B.
BROADWAY. ti
WANTED—GOOD UOW8; WILL TAKE
one or more good cows for lirst ciuss
new upright piano. LEONARD, 606 S.
Broadway. tt
DRESSMAKING
MRS. HUMPHREY'S DRESSMAKING'
parlors, 126 W. Fourth st., lirst floor.
Fur garments remodeled aid prices
reasonable. 11-30
MRS. C. ~A. MAXWELL—DRESSMAK
er: specially cutting and fitting go d
dresses; prices reasonable. tUfti W.
Sixth st. 11.J3
MRS. Ii a MPTON'B NEW DRESBM A X
jug establishment; perfect sstialao.
tinn guaranteed. bi,b)i S. Spring at., Le
grand bhlg. 11-27
MRS.H. M. PERCIVAL, DRESBMA X ER,
211. W First st, room lb, Lis Ange
lee. Prices front WOO up; fit guaranteed.
2-Lti
DRESSMAK ING — EXPERIENCED,
will give satisfaction; 82 per day or
work ut home. 223 8. Hill. 11 18
i MISS FARMER, MRSTNELSON—FASH
ionabIe dressmaking; prices reasons.
ble. 121' i S. Spring st. 12 13
FASH lON ABLE DRESSMAKING PAR
lore, 214 W Bistb st.: prices reasona
ble; room 1. on lirM floor. 12-8
DRESSMAK [NO " AND FAMILY SEW
ing, Si a day. Address ti, box so,
Herald oliice. 1C
MRS. A. v 'CARLEI o.N, PARISIAN
modiste; wori; guaranteed, 189 N.
Sprnig
NOTARIES
R. D. LIST, NOTARY PUBtld AND
conveyancer: legal paters careiullv
and promptly liriavn al ViUXi W. Second.
1 -' I
WATCHMAKER
THE PLACE To HAVE YOUR WATCH
repaired—you gei a guarantee wort!'
■ometbing, W. J. GETZ, 33b sj. Broad*
■• • 11-21,
S.la'rsEN ,v CO.'hAVE'tHE AGENCY
for the Relay bicycles, 223 W. Filth
«t- 12-9
LOS AIVGEL.EB HERALD: MONDAY MORNTNG. NOVEMBER 18. 1895.
FOR RENT-HOUSES
i- Rates for advertisements under thta claasitl
-0 rational tee* ■. *> cents p*r line: I \ut., 3d
cents per Hue; 1 month. *t perlino.
8 FOR RENT—HOUSE. 8 ROOMS. BARN,
" chicken houses. 8 acres nf land; cor
ner BetrrStHl an I Bnvle aye.; will lease
'- for year. LBS A. M'CON N ELL, US 8,
Broadway. IS
- FOR RENT— XKW OCCIDENTA~I7sOO',
E. First at.. If large, well-lighted
'• rooms. Owner, GEORGE W.KiNG, room
• in, 187 Broadway. 18
- FOR RENT— YOUR ~COTTAOEP~ANO
bousss. call on R. li. STEPHENS ,v,
~ CO., lL'j), W. Third st. 1!»
FOR i EXT—H66S ES IN ALL PARTS
of the city F. EiHEiDGH ft CO.,
418 8. Broadway. 19
FORIRENT— 4 room cottage furnished.
U3 f*. Hunker Hill nve. 18
FOR RENT-ROOMS
, LOOK B ERE I H AYE YOU TRIED THE
Fort Hill, 908 X. Broadway. Hist
board and rooms for tbe money In Los
Angeles city. Bon d and rooms $1 per
,j we k; board without room, $8, Beery*
thing new from garret to basement. Just
try it once ami see for yotireelf. Don't
forget the place. 809 X. Brondway. -0
FOR REN" f—A HANDSOME SUITE
1 iheap or whole nf lirst floor nf four
■ rooms, ti6w end completely furnished for
bonsekeer ing: very desirable, 403 Sev
enth, nenr Hill. 18
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, center of city. CHICAGO
' HOUSE. Entrance, 143 S. Main St.,
, IKi'i S. Lns Angeles st. 11-20
FOR RENT —H AN DSOM EL V FPR*
n ; S' ed rooms, with private b .tlis;
references required. CALDER WOOD,
SOS P. Main at. 12-1
FO" i 'BENT- f 1 I X MARIPOSA, 3'2i~E.
Secuiii St.; furnished rooms, 81.28 per
week up; lodging LSc, 35c and *>0c ncr
night. 10-HI
FOR RENT—FINEST BOOMS AT 80C.
73c, and Jl per nay; $'J to 17 per
week. At Grand Paclflo, *2i S. Spring
st. 10-2 i tf
FOR BENT—TB E FRANCIS; VI"R
nisbud rooms; Hrepl ces; at reason*
able rates 322 S. Soring st., over Owl
drug store 12-0
FOR RENT—I 33 N. MAIN ST. THE
Denver, nicely furnished rooms, $1.80
P«t week on i upwards; center of city;
23c tv $i v day. 9-14tf
FOR RENT—THE - ST. CLAiR,
San Penro, c r. Winston, new, sunny
housekeeping rooms; furnished or un
lurnished, 12-y
FOB EENT—FURNISHBD ROOM FOR
bouekeeping; 88, one J4. MRS. KIT
TINGE,, 4M 8. Hon.. 18
FOR KBNT—B HI KNIBHED ROOMB
in private f nnly fur gentlemen. 7f>4 i
Maple uve. 21
EOR REX r—LODGE ROOM AT TUB
ner hull; every lirst and third Friday
of each month. Inquire of JANITOR. I4t
FOR RENT—ALLEN BLOCK, CORNER
of Spring und leniflests ; newly fur
nisheil sunny rooms; reasonable. 11-24
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS;
ren9unaule rates, ut 412 \Y. See n I si.
18
fok Sent—a filxlTlist of rooms
anil bouses for rent or sale at room
12, 124' i S. Spring s*. tf
FOR RENT—W iZ EY HOUSE HASFUR
nished and unfurnished rooms. No.
.117 S. Brood saj, 12-1
BOARD AND
LOVE L,Y "~ ROO MS AND GOO D
boanl at the Santa Clara, 324 W.
Third st. J th« must neutrally located
home place in the city; references ex
changed. " 23
EXCURSIONS
fix CI"). SIONS TO THE "EAST—THE
fav.irire personally conducted excur
| sinns of tue Santa Fe route leave Lo< An
I geles every Thursday morning al "oclock;
] Pullman upholstered cars run without
i change froir Los Angeles to Chicago,
I Kansas City, St. Louis Hi.tl Minneapolis,
i with annex ears to Boston; the great
point to remember is that you save at
least one full day's tr.iv.>l by taking the
fest train id tiie Santa Fe route; i.t
lentivs co iluctors accompany the par
ties; through lerths reserved anil more
detuned information obtained at tbe com
p nys office, 128 X. Spring St., Los An
gelei. through any of tiie south
ern California railway.
JCOSOX'S POPULAR EXCURSIONS—
Every Monday over the Rio Gra ide
Western and Denver ami Rin Grande rail
way; memc rm;te, personally conducted,
newly upholster d cars through to Cbi
ra o. New York and lloslon: finest
equipment, test service, quick imic.
Office, 212 S. Spring st.
PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT
ed excursions, via tbe Rio Grande
und R"ck 1-lan.l routes, leaves Los An
j gcles every Tuesday ; cross the Sierra Ne*
vadas end pass the entlr*. Rio Brand i
t-cenery by daylight; also via Boulbs,n
r uite every Monday. Oflice, 138 S. Spring
BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY
cnniiucteit excursions to tbe east every
Wednesday, over the scenic line of 1
the world. Upbolst red tourist cars '
without change. T. H. DUZAN, Agent '
222 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
MAGNUS' CUf It ATE TICKS f OF
lice, 228 S. Spring St., opp. Lis Ange.
les theater; regular tickets at reduced \
rates to all points taast; railroad tickets 1
tmu ht and sold.
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY j
DON'THREAD THIB IF YoU DO NOT
care 'or a bealthy body, bnt if you do
you will never regret it. Massage, s.ilt ,
rub, shower and electricity. tOH'/; B.
Broadway.
EDITH AN WAY OF BOHTON GIVES
massage tnat is delightful and re
freshing; also alcohol tatns. 38f>!sj 8.
spring, room 12. No rivals. 12-18
MADAM MORRIS,LATE OF CHICAGO;
i.lcohol bath, massr.ge. 324 South
Spring St., room 1. 12-2
MAGNETIC TREATMENT AT EOS WlN
ston St., npstairs, one block east of
pistudice. 12-18
SEE M VRAGREY,FAMOUS M,ASSAOE
magnetic movement, vapor baths. 318
W. Fourth st. 1
MISS STAN LEY, MASSAGE AND AL- i
eobul baths, 28314 E. st, rooms
17-18. _ _ 80 ■
LOLA PRESTON, MASSAGE AND a"T7- •
coLol baths, 233U E, First St., rooms '
2-3. 20 I
mbs. Irving, 325 s. main st., room
7. Alcohol baths. 12-11
C C 6 MYRA GRAY, 318 W. FOURTH '
stn-et. 12-l'i
MERCHANT TAILORING |
JUST RECEIVED AT 414 8. BPRING
St., Bus stock of imported and do- •
moslio woolens, from which we a'e pre
puied to nuke up suits in latest styles and <
at the lowest prices. We a-e also prepared |
to uhow one nf t ie best lines of w- ol -na
Inf tii« c ty, suitable !< r ladies' tailor- |
ma c suits. Give us a call: will phase
you as well us tu/e you money. E. W, '
BETTS, tf
EM 1L J. LIN U, MERCHANT TAILOR. !
room 328 Wilson hlk., cor. Spring .nnd
Fi'rt sis.; i i-rlect lit guaranteed. 11 jfj
njI NVR&BS J
WAN i Ell—Mß'S. M. W. TRACIE, PRO- !
fessional nurse; all diseases and nil- :
ments. Re'enmces given and required. 1
MRS, M.W.TRACIE, 288 S. Hill st. 12-14
MEDIUMS
Rates for advertisements under thts elasilrl
eation—2 timo r* cent, per line; i week. 30
cents per line: 1 mouth. *l p rilne.
MA DAM (STEWART, THE GREATEST
gifted and wemlcrfiil clairvoyant in
, the World. 'Ihe seveutn daughter ot c
Seventh d lighter. She la a natural bum
medium and the greatest card reader IS
the world. She has read cards since II
t years old on mining speculations, law
suits a ul all bus.ties* affairs; marriav.ee,
brings the separated and lost loves to
gether. She has no equal. After going
and seeing ethers call anil see her snd be
convinced of her wonilertnl power and
gilts. 355 S. Spring st., parlors 7 and 3.
6-IK-Uti
THE WORLDS FAMOUS MEDIUM
and palmist.formerly known through
out Europe and America as Syra, the
child medium ;greatest living medium, i-i
-denei dent slate writer of the age; if de
ceived t trough fakirs would-be luailiunit,
come, Syra will give you a free test to
prove her powers; she tells just *hat you
want to know; if you are sick or in
tumble she can belp you. U.>7;j S. Broad
way. 10-30-96
DON'T GO TO PRETENDERS WHO
cnll tbemelves clairvoyants. Won
eVrful, marvelous, a we-insp; i ing. Truth
is stranger than li. tion. TO prove bis
! powers i'rof. Fowler will eive free tests;
free test this week to all who visit his
parlors nt The Norwood, 550 S. Hill. Sit
tings, .ibe, houis, B to 0.
PROFESSOR A. MYERS AND PRO
FESSOR SAMRI FOWLER are per
manently located at 668 S. Hi I St., The
Norwood; these gifted people may be
onnsult*d upon nil affairs of life; sittings
60c and $1; free lest; free test to all; sat
isfaction positively guaranteed; business
Strictly private aud confidential.
MRS. PARKER,rALMIST, CLAIRVOY*
unt medium; life reading, business
removals, lawsuits, miner, locations,
love affaire, etc. fske tractio.i car to
Vine St., second house west ul Vermont
aye.
MRS. WAi.KER IS MEETING WITH
wopileriul success in telling fortunes
hy re ili'i,! cards el nrvoyantly. The
mostskep icr.l ere satisfied. Call at rooms
3 and 4, 516}j f. Spring. 1-17-96
DR. M. MUHLENBRUCH, TEST ME
dium and spirit bealerj test ci-cles on
Tuesday and Friday evenings;
Tbs Brooklyn, 323 W. Fifth st.. cor.
Hill. 12-11
CII:CLE TONIGBT — MISS KATE
L n pman, t ance, test ami business
me i m. I ul uiiel flat No. 4, cor. Broad
way and Eighth st. 23
AG NES H. PLE ABANCE, THE OELE
tirated dean trance medium; sittings
daily at her residence. No. 034 S. Broad
way. 12-9
M RS. M AUD FR EI TAG, BUSINESS
test medium; sittings da ily; circles
Monday ami TbU (day evenings;
12, 324' i S. Spring si. 12-12
MADAM NORMAND, THE MAGNETIC
hr-aler and life reading medium;
develop medium power. 252 Winston st.
12-2
THE MEDIUM, MRS. BARN Ei r.WILL
give sittings tla.lv at 613 E. Sixth st. :
circle Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
12-22
INSPIRATION A L MAGNETIC HEAL*
er, N. PETTERSON, 233 R. Fourth
si. It
IN.- PI it ATiO N A L CRYBTA L P. t. AUE~R.
with clairvoyant s..ln; wonderful.
Cor. E. Twelfth and Beech sts. 11-30
MME "DUVAL. - THE WONDERFUL
clsirvo ant and medium, gives sit
tings it lily. 7'l7'a S. Main st. 12-23
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN
corporated), 220 s. Sprii g st., is the
oldest and largest commercial school in
Southern California; ths most beautiful
college rooms an 1 equipments 10 be
ound in the state; elevator for pupils'
use; a large faculty of experienced and
aale instructors; op«n the ent.reyear;
both day and evening sessions; a partic
cal English course, a thorough business
course and a course in shorthand and
typewriting onuer an experienced ste
nographer. Write or call for illustrate!
catalogue and full information. G. A.
HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKEE,
vice-president.
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
(Incorporated), 212 W. Third st.-Tno
nld-st. largest, best equipped school of
its kind in the city; thorough courses of
study; experienced t.'r.chers, modern
methods, new anil delightful rooms
readied by elevator; success graduates;
day and night sessions. Write or call for
tuil information.
the girls' collegiate school
(MISS PARSONS and MISS DEN
NEN, principals), 1918-1020-1922 Grai.d
aye., near Washington r.t. Collegiate,
academic, preparatory, primary and kin
dergarten departments] attractive home
for boarding pupils. tf
ST. HILDA'S HALL,SCHOOL for GIRLS
—GLENDALE—
(Incorporated) six milei Irom Lns Ange
its; ninth year legir.s Septemb-r 25th.
MISS K. V. DARLING,
12-13 Principal.
FROEBEL INSTITUTE (Cnsa de Rosas);
training school or kindergarten; also
school For boys aid girls of all grades;
opens September 23d. Apply 10
8-7 ly MADAME LOUIS CLAVERIS.
BOYNTON NORMAL, FOR TEACHERS
only; begins September 16th; teachers
aiiied in getting 1 u.,.tiuns; teachers, gov
erness..- and tutors supplied. Roam 523,
Stimcun bik. 6-80tf
LUS ANGELES TRAINING 80HOOL
for ki'iuergartners. Fall term Ben*
ten,l or 18tn. MRS. N. D. MAYHEW,
676 W. Twenty-third st. 6-Stf
MRS. E" HA BER KORN, TEACHER OF
eloeut.on and modern languages.
Studio 13,P|rtls bldg., Fourth and Broad
way. 12-9
MRS, HALL'S PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR
boys ami pirls, 1008 8. Broadway.
Terms $2 to $1 per month. 10, 17, 24
ETON SCHOOL" FOR BOYS. NO. 138 W.
Pico st. HORACE A. BROWN, LL.
B.
FOR SALE-LIVESTOCK
FOR BALE—THIRTY MEDIUM-SIZED
mules, in good COidltlon; suitable lor
farm work or delivery wagon; for sale
1 y the undetsigneii. Can be seen nt
s'ablp, corner of Ninth st. and Grand
V e\v aye. LOS ANGELES RA.ILWAY
CO. F. W. Wood, general manager. 11-20
FOR SALE - 1 CAR LO A D OF FREsil
milch lows for family usu, at Union
Stock Yards, Walnut St., East Los An
geies. 18
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS^
FOR BA LE —'.NEW ANIT BKOOND
bainl pianos on easy terms ; largest re. t
inp sioiik in Un city; tuning and repair
ing pio.nptlv attended to by coiupgtent
workmen. i.OiII,ER& CHASE, 233 3,
Spring st, o-utf
FOR BALE . ENGLISH RIFLE, BY
best maker, Purdl v; cost $830: what
offer'/ Addn -s P., box 80, H"rald office, 16
LOST—BROWN LEATHER POCKET
book. Finder will be rewarded, lie
turn to room 33, 307 S. Bro dway. 18
FOR SALE—'I ROWBRIDUE PIANO
(nc\ upright) $105. Adaress li., box
i.o, Heraj ' ofMc •■ i-2-o-.'i
PA TENTS, COPYRIGHTS, JzTC.
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS OB
tained in all countries; bought ar.d
sold. S. J. DAY' it CO., patent ottor-
Oeys, roam 85, liryson bik. tf
HAZARD ,V TOWNSEXD, 9 DOWNEY
bik. Tel. 17, Los Angeles. 3
FINANCIAL
Rates (or advertisement* undo' this elasstfl •
I cation—l time, 8 oama per line; 1 week. 30
ceui» po^ 41 r»-, ne.
PACIFIC LOAN CO.—
i (Incorporated.)
> Oldest establishment In Lni Angeles,
i Thoroughly reliable,
i Loens made in sny amount on sll kinds
of collateral security; diamonds, jewelry,
sealskins, merchandise, safes, etn. also |
mi pianos, furniture and household poo's
in either private houses, lodging bouses,
: boarding houses or hotels, without re
i moval from premises; paitml payments
receievd; money quick; business confi
dential; private office for Indies.
YY. E. 1»E O HOOT, Manager,
Itoomt 2, 3 and 4, 114 8 . bunug at.
UNION LOAN CO~
Stimson bik.
Loans money on all kinds of collateral
security; wutcbee, diamonds, seal-in
ana iiirniture in lodg,ng and boarding
In uses and on pianos without removal;
also on bonds, stocks, mortgage-; low in
terest; money at once; busnvss conli
dentiul; private office for lad es, room
IM. CLAKK A. SHAW, manager rooms
111 and 113, fiist floor, Stimson b!k.
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc ; also
on pianos, merchandise, iron and sieel
sefes, inmituro in lodging houses, board
ing houses and botels, without removal;
also on city and country property; low
interest; run have money at once: busi
ness confidential: privateoniu* lor ladies.
GEO, S. ROBINSON, 233 W. First St.
rooms 2 and .3.
IHE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
Society of San Francisc i will make
loans on improved city and country prop
erty.
On loans of $5000 nnd under, cer
tibcates of tide fioni tbe Title lu
suarnce and irust Co. will be ac
cented, making tba expense on
such loans very small. Building
loans A special!v. A,'ply to
R. O. LUNT. Agsnt. 227 W. Second,
b-lotf
L. B. COHN— *
The Los Aneeles pawnbroker, 146 N.
Main St., loans money nn diamonds,
watches, jewelry, firearms, pianos, li
braries and aL otber collateral securities;
also aells unredeemed pledgts for money
loaned and one month's interest ad led;
make no mistake, it is tbe reliable L. B.
COHN, tbe Los Angeles pawnbroker.
12-10
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY OR COUN
try real estate; lowest rates; personal
notes or security, warrants, discount
niortraies or any negotiable paiiers: f>r
sale, first-class guaranty mortgages, in
terest b net. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH,
220 W. First st. 8-24tl
i'OINDEXTEK * WADSWORTII.BIIOIt
ers, 808 W. Second at., buy and sell
stocks, mortgages, bonds and any good
securities; if you wish io lend or borrow
or ioVCSI in rial estate ceU on as: collec
tions made aud propeity managed fur
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
i nge« and collections free. Apply at room
203, Byrne bdg., 1 bird and Broadway.
NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT
Co. —Loans money on nil kinds of col
lateral security; money quickly ; business
stricilv confident al. Rooms 95 and 08,
Bryson bik., nit', floor. JOHN MIICH
ELL JONES, manager. 7-3 lyr
TO LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT
at reasonable rates. WILLIAM F.
801 BYoHELL, 107 S. Broadway. 10-13tf
MONEY TO LOAN-BY MOORE & PAR
sons, 229 W. Second st.. in any sum,
nt low rates, on both city and country
property; also have choice ti per cent
mortgage, guaranteed, for sal l . 6 Btt
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock
car'iaees, bicycles, all kinds ol personal
ar.tl collateral security. LEE BROS.. 402
S. Soring st. 20tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT B AND 7 FER
cent net on pood city or country
property, in sums from $ 000 to $10,000.
M. F. ODEA.
Fourth and Broadway, tf ,
TO LOAN-UNLIMITED' AMOC NTFOR
small loans: no com mis ion ; light »x
-pense. bECURI IV LOAN AND TRUST
CO.. 223 S. Spring St.
TO LOAN—SIOOO TO 110,000 ON REAL
estate security. ALLISON BARLOW,
123 S. Broadway.' G-Ttf
WANTED-TO BORROW
WANTED—TO BORRROW $1200 FOR 3
veers on in proved property Worth
I 4. r o'i; will pay 8 per cent net- principals '
aeilv. F. E. DAVIS, 2 Los Angeles
Theater bldg. tf
WA N1 E I)—OF* PRIVATE' PA RT Y. $1500
at 10 per cent on improved ranch. E. '
E. PARSONS, room 1. 230 W. First st. tf 1
W A N 1 KD — $2000 ~~ON GILT EDGED
ranch security. BRYANT BROS.
2il W First si 18
STOCKS, BONDS ANDMORTGAGES '
FOR SALE— i
in the thirteenth annual series of the 1
Savings Fund and Building Society ol
Los Angeles: established in 1883. Oliice,
rooms 101-102 Wilsou bik.. First nnii
Spring ats. 12-0
DENTISTS
, JR. STEVENS, A. J., REMOVED TO ,
opp. Lus Angeles Theater bldg.—
Four years in Los Angeles. Fine gold
crowns (small), *<i; best silver Piling, II;
best set teeth, $10; best gold plate, *35.
Painless extracting. 11-2!»
ADAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLROS,
239J4 a. Spring st: painless extracting
and rillin?; plate, $0, ?fH, $10; all work
guraanteed; established 10 years. Hours
«-5, Sundays 10-12. 1
THE AMERICAN DENTALPARLORB; 1
set nf teeth from *5 up. 363)1 a -
Spring St., co:. Fourth aud Spring sts.
Tel. 1420. _ 1-27 06
ALBANY DENTAL" PARLORS-GER- '
man American Bank bldg, A set of J
teeth, $0; best B. B. white teeth, $10
per Bet.
DR. 0. B. PARKER—REMOVED FROM
431 Mi s - Spring to Muskegon bik., cor. !
Third and Broadway, rooms 24-25. 11-29
J. E. LA FORCE. DENTIST, |38U S. 1
Spring St., Los Angeles; rooms 7 and
8. 3-4
w7h7mABSER. D. D. S., HAS Asso
ciated himself with A. P. Haas, U. 1
D. S., 118 W. First St. 2-22-6
F.~B. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, RE- i
moved to Stimson bik., cor. Third
and Spring, TeL 45. I
DRTsThT TOLIIIIRST, DENTIST, FRED !
Hvrne bik, northwest cor. Thi d and .
Broadway, roum 230 12-2U '
FRANK STEVENS, S. SPRING ST.
Open Sundays and evenings. Electrlo j
light.
UR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, losjaj N. i
Spring at., rooms 2, 0 and 7. Pain- t
le«n extraction. l
ATTORmjiji-AT-LAW ;
SHORI HAND AND TYPEWRITING
doii" with neutness i.nJ rtlsp.tnh;
pitrotiage solicited. Olliee, 313 llirie •
bik., Third und Broudway. MISSES
HO LOOM B. l-l-'JO t
C. F CRON IN, ATTORNEY AT LAW; 1
otlices, 13 and 14 Math bldg., cor.
Main and First sts. Advico free. 12-10
VICIOR MONTGOMERY— '
Altornev at Law,
4-5-00 132 Stimson bik., Los Angeles. i
BUSINESS PERSONALS
Rates (or adv.rtlsementa under this elassfn
cation—l time, 5 cent, per line; 1 week, 30
cents per line; 1 lnonih. $1 per line.
PERSON A L FIN-Dla\G
money—That's what people say who
have tried a small ad. in The Herald.
They don't cost much, but the results are
limply marvelous. In this popular de
partnfent The Herald has made a gain ot
I mere .linn 200 pe. cent during the paat
few months. Big circulation counts. The
Herald bus it. If you want tn tilk to half
the people in Los Angeles and other parts
of Southern California, try a small ad.
In addition to the immense end rapitly
mci rasing circulation of Tbs Herald, its
sabs by newsboys, on trains, at hotels
and summer r. sorts, make it the adver
tising medium nl the Pacilic const..
Look over these small advertisements
today 1 hey will interest you and may
make you some money.
Tomorrow try one. The results will bo
b-ith surprising nm i satistivng. 6-Btl
PERSONAL—FRESH ROAcTED COF
fee, m caa and Java, 35c; Ralston
cereal coffee, 15c; 5 lbs. good tea. $1;
8 lbs. rolled wheat,2sc; 5 tbs.best rice,2sc;
bibs, eastern buckwhea'. 9601 can maple
syrup. 2ftc; can cocoa. 15c; 3 cans baked
beans, 25c; 3 nans salmon, 25c: can corn
beet. 10c; 11 lbs. beans, 25c; 8 lns. prunes
'25c; 8 lbs. raisin* 250; 4 lbs, peaches, 25a;
50 bars soap, $1; pork, 8c; bacon, 10c;
pure margarine, a substitute for butter,
3'tc a roll. ECONOMIC STORE, 400 8.
Broadway.
PERSONAL-RALPHS BROS.-GOLD
Bar flour, 95c; city ilmir, 80c: granu
Inted stig.r, 21 lbs., $1; brown sugar. 22
lbs., $1: 8 lbs. rolled wheat or oats. 25a:
ear,lines, 5 boxes, 25c; tomatoes, 4 cans,
25c; 7 bars German family soip, 25a; ft
gallons oil, II; rasoline. $1: 3 packages
morning meal, 25c: laid, 10-lb. can, 65c;
12 lbs. beans, 260 601 S. Spring St., cor.
Sixth.
ADAMS & BOWEN, KAEPBNTTJRZ,
successors ta Adams it Sheldon, have
removed to 742 S. Main. Tel. 060; res.
lei. blue 681.
PERSON A L—so RUNNING FEET OF
wire fence, 10 fe< thigh, with gate. Is
in good condition and is amiable for
office, store or factory partitions Will
be soi l cheap. For further particulars
call at tbe business office of Tbe Herald, tf
PERSONAL — THE LATEST STYLE
Regents' euits made by crnck eastern
tailors tor $35, we si 11 for $15 if we can lit
you. MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS,
124 W. First St.,near Spring, Wilson oik. tf
PERSONAL-WHY PAY A MERCHANT
tailor $35 far v suit when you ran get
tbe same thing for tl") ot the MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS, 124 W. First st.,
near Spring, Wilson bik. tf
PERSONAL - MISF!TS AND UN
cslled for gaimenis st less than half
tour tailois' priesc s at the MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS, 124 W. First
St., near Spring, Wils n bik. tf
PERSONAL —LA DIBS AND GEN rs
misfit store; highest cash price paid
for new and secoud-htnu clothing; mas
qui rude suits In rent. Send postal. TIL
TON, 036 S. Spring st, 3 lo 17 24
PERSONAL—HARRY, DID YOU SEE
the nobby pair of pants I bought for
$3.50 at the lIISFI T CLOTH ING PA R-
I. ORS, 124 iV. First at., near Spring Wil
son hlk. tf
PERSONAL — FA NTS THAT WER E
made to order for $12 we sell far $H at
the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS,
124 W. First at., near Spring, Wilson bik. tf
PERSONAL—MADAM RUPERT BE
eureil her beamy parlors through the
room-renting agency of V.B. KEICHAM,
room 12, 124)4 8. Spring st. 11-13 tf
LADIES' MISFIT " STORE? ~648 S.
Spring—Hi, heat cash price paid for
ladies' second-hmd clothing. Send pos
tal. 16 96
PERSONAL —8, aXKLFORD PAYS
highest price for gents' cast-off cloth
ing at 105 N. Los Angeles street; send
postal. l-Q-'HI
DR. WILLIAM DAWSON. VITAPATHIC
physician, treats all diseases success
fully by tbe electric vitapathic system
of extruding poisons from the human
body. By this great system all dis
eases aie extracted, leaving the system
pure snd free from iliseaai. Eleven years
practise in thia city. Electric medicated
baths of all Kinds. See sworn statements
at n;Ti:e. 5.40 S. Broadway. 12-5
DR. X. D' YBARRONDO, UNIVERSITY
of Madrj I, (Private Dlspenssry.)
Office honrs, 10 tn 12 a. m, j 1 tn 3 p. ru. ]
rooms 215 and 2IH Wilson bik. Resi
dence, 815 S. Los Angeles at. 12 5
DR. TOLES, OFFIC E 100 PIRTLE BLITJT
(tbiid Hour), cor. Fourth nnd Broad
way. Diseases of spine, nervous diseases,
defects in physical development. Hours,
1 to 3 p. m. 11-18
D R DO BA KING, GERMAN SPEC IA L
ist; only female complaints treated ;
obstetrical cases treated; coargea reason
able. 410 S. Broadway. 12-7
DR. CA X b TEU BN ER, PHYBIc lAS
and surgeon, Univ. Med. Cni|. N. Y.
city, lp85; 43H S. Main st. Office hours:
8 to 10 a.m.. 1 io 2 nnd oto 8 p.m. 12 I
C. S. BELLOWS. ~M. TJ., UOMBO.
pathic treatment of tbe throat, chest
and nervous diseases. 355 S. Spring st.,
tel. 1420. 12 16
MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH—SPECIA LTYT
midwifery; ladies care I fonluring con
tine me nt ut 727 Bellevae aye.; calls
pn mi tly attended to; tel. 111 ).
DB. KWONG—
The eminent Chinese physician nnd
surgeon; othce, S, Broadway, near
First at.
M RS. BERGeTEDT—MIDWIFE AND
ladies'nurse; graduate Swedish Uni
vers ty I f Stockholm. S. Spring 5t.24
PERSONAL — WIDOW OF REFINE
ment wishes Ihe acquaintance of true,
renfied gpiitleiran from 45 to 60 t ears ol
age; no triflers. Address IL, box 50,
Herald office. 18
PERSON AL — PALMISTRY; 1 HA N D
read free; every nicden mystery re
vealed; life from cradle to grave without
mistake; 10 a. m. 10 Bp. in. HP, W.
Third st. 1.2-9
PERSON AL -W \NTED YOUNG LAI)Y
correapon lent; Object, pleasure. Ad
dree- P, Box 20, tbis ■ fSce. 18
Independent slate writer. Parlors, A.
11. and O, Ramona hotel, cor. Spring
and Third st. Hours 10 am. to sp. m.
12-5
MRS. SHRINER, TEST AND BllSl
neas medium; sittings daily; short
tii,in only; circles Tuesday ai.d Friday at
8 pm. Scientific treatments, develop
ment of meaitiinsnip; charges reasonable.
803 W. Seventh st; l ours, 10 to 4. 12-11
SPJM^ISTS^^^^
DR. It. G. COLLINS. OFTHALMIO OP
tician, witli the Lou Aneeles Optical
Instiiut ; eyes examined free. 125 S.
Spring at.
MRS AIE X A NTH I " R REMOVES CORNS
an I miniocs and gives massage at 433
S. Main at., opo. rosiotlic". 12-27
WATCHMAKER
THE PLACE TO HAVE YOUR WATCH
repuired—You get a guarantee wortu
snmetlnng. W. J. GETZ, 330 S. Bro d
way. 12-15
BARBERi
SHOP; SEE
the lady barber, our. Spring and
Seventh sts. 11-31
BUSINESS
Ra'es for advertPefrents un er this ol«.||n
cation—i tin o, ft ceJnis per Ii no: I woelc, 30
cen i er 11,.c; 1 molih, $1 per I ne.
Special herr-ninsf most uesirahle and
highly Imp oved ifnpertv on Hill end
1 hint sts.; line nfvcstnipnt. II you are
looking for v bat tin. call.
JOHN) fc, PAVKOVICH,
1" 220 W. First St.
FOR SALE—HAVE YOU $276? IF
call end see my store; groceries,
cicars, tobacco, notions, etc, etc.; in
one block of P. O.; rent Hi; all st ek
ami fixtures; no commission to pay. UU
West fifth st. tg
FOR 8A LE— " ~
$750-First class liakerv; eoorl business.
1600—Orocery end Iruitstore; eloso in.
$1500— Grocery, tYolng $1200 t , $1400
monthly. H. 8. WALKER « GO.
20 126H W. Second st.
FOR BALE- I ~~
LIS! YOCR PROPERTY WITH
ERNEST 0. TAYLOR.
Real lis in t> an I Investment Broker,
214 N. Spring st.
He will sell it for you. 12-14-5
FOR SA LE— 110 USiTs ~U ~U FH' EASY
payments. •Get our figures for casn or
pavmenis. imo I work ami fair prices.
See oar plans; also see houses alreaity*
built. HOLWAY LAND CO., room 14,
California Hunk bldVg. tt
FOR BALE-$:i000,OR INVOICE.LAUGE
store dealing in Initios' and cbil
clren's shoes, tuiilerwear, millinery, etc. * t
selling on in cou I of sickness. DEN
WHITE, 221 W. First St. IS
FOR BALE—I WIIITiaKE aIToTfER
on any business, personal property or
collateral you may wish to exchange* for
ieal ts ate. ti. E. PARSONS, room 1,
230 W. Fust st. If
FOR SALE-FURNITURE
of a 15 room house at a barm n.
Owner sells on account of I earring tbo
city. Located at 310 B. Los Angeles
street. 10
FO R SA LE—HODS ES fill ILT— BRING
Vonr plans to us lor estimates. HOL
WAY LAND CO, builders, room 14,
California linnk hlii'g. tf
FOR SALE - $325— GROCERY WITH
rest .uriint; lic-nsn to sell liquor In*
eluded] inre chance. BEN WH I IK, 221
W. First st. 18
FOR SALE V, LARGE
oren, horse, wagon; city; must be
Sold tudey. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221
W. First st. 18
FOR SA LE—DO~ YO\P WA~NT TO BUY
a business? Do you want to sell nut.
If so. see 11. ROSENBLATT. 229 W. 8«o
-oni! St. if
WAN fED — FOR QUI CK"~IIETU RtTs
list your property with R. B. BIB
PHENS efc Co., 125K W. Third St. "8
BEN WHITE.22I W. FlTisTsT., SELLS
and exchanges allkinCsof pioperties;
list y. or properly with bim. 18
wanted—partner in "~h estate
rani, with $125. BEN WHITE, 221
W. First p. 18
for grocery storbT
Apply ut 3i7 W. Firs: st. IB
'IXTsELL OU T Voilß - BUSINESS SEE
l I. B A R n a RP. s. Bro-adwey.
EOR SALE-LODQINO HOUSES
BUB'S A HONEY. SU AH-3R ROOM
flat on one of the finest corners in the
city leased for 3 years at $-0. including
restaur int. re-rented for $30; lice furni
ture, elegant carpets aim bedding; ev-iry
tbing fir t class; n money maker- and
her" is whir'the honey parte mot in;
$500 cash and $2uoo in 32 monthly pay.
ments: do you sco any honey in that? E.
T.;CASEY it CO., iVi'A 8. Broadway, tl
FOR SALE-$4OOO ; 25-HOOM - H~6use7
lot 50 feet front, a few minutes' walk
from center of city; rented, iavs 10 per
cent net; easy terms] a chance. Ad
dress J., box 10, Her Id office. _ 26-lm
FOR EXCHANGE—
Do you want 5 lo 100 acres in tbe San
Oauriel volley?
Do yon want a city residence.
Have you got eometbing to sell or
trad-).
E. K. ALEXANDER.
8-27 tt 146 S. Broadway.
40 acres near Redondo.
FOR EXCHANGE -IF YOU HAVE
property anywhere an I wish to ex
chance it, call on me anil yon will receive
an offsr. Oregon, Was'lngtOtl and cist
ern properly a specialty. E. E. PAR
SON'S, room 1, 230 W. First st. tt
WANTED—PROPERTY IN ANY OF
the New England states to exchange
for equity hi a nice 10 acre prune orch
ard nesr Falmitale; wnler deeded with
the land. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First
St. 18
FOR EXCH ANGE-$2500-NE"W HOIFsE
of 8 rooms. Accept clear land or lots
for one-half, bal. can run 8 per cent.
HOLWAY LANfI CO., room 14. Oallfof
DiS Bank bhl'g. tf
20.0 RANCHES OF ALL KINDS AND
sizes; ov„r 21X1 houses and lots, prop.
erti"s ot every drscrpition told and ex
changed. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
I irsi si. 18
FOR EXI HANGE - HUNDREDS OF
trading propositi' ns of all kinds. List
your property. BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First at. 19
FOR — $lidM~fMtWM~
residence, southwest, for good loun
trv rsnch. Address T., box 20, Herald
office. 18
FOR ~EXOifANtTE- SELL OK E-V"
change your city property or ranches
go to MORRIS it LEE, 323 8. Broudway.
7-1211
HUNDREDS OF PROPERTIES OF ALL
kinds for sale and exchange by BFIN
WHITE, 221 W. l'irst St. 18_
FOR EXCHANGE — 2 EXCHANGE
propertf quickly go to BEN WHITE,
221 W. Fir t st. B>
MUSIC LESSONS
MUSIC LEmSON9—HERMANN PUPKE,
musical director Los Aug les 'l heater,
graduate of tbe Leipzig Conservatory,
Germany, will receive pupils in violin
theory and compositiod; music furnished
for concede, oratori s. receptions, musi
cules, weddings, etc. Address Los An
gel es Theater, LoS Aorel s, Cal. 23
hairdressers
uHHiNiljelks h aTr'dkessing par
lors — Shampooing end the scalp
treated lor fulling hair] cutting, curling
bangs and manicuring: prices low. M.
E. WOOD, room 2s. 211 W. First St. 11-19
A RCHITECTS ,
FOR OWNERS AND CONTRACTORS—
Order your plans, etc, by an archi
tect ol many years' standing; cut rates;
save 50 per cent. Address L, box 50, this
oliice. 11-28
STORAGE
STORE YOUR~cTolHJS~7sr' ; i^^
Warehouse, 075 Upper Main st.; free
from rats and mice and damp oss. Take
cable curs. C. T. SMITH, proprietor.
4-lS
dTaMONDB—A LOT OF TITIITiMSST
uiamonds. trom M to 1 carats, at
vcrv low prices. W. A. F KLEBERG,
400 B. Sprln-- »t. 11-18
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
FOR SALE-SOME GOOD BARGAINS"
in second-hand organs; good makes.
KOHLER .fc CHASE, 233 B. Spring st.

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