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City Branch Agencies
• OF
THE HERALD
la efterto accommodate the public The Herald (
aas established branch agencies, where copies off ,
the Dally and Sunday nil] be on sale and adver- 1
tlslng and flubsctlpttons taken and for Awarded to 1
tbe main office as soon as received
These branch agencies do not inetnde the base '
iredsof book stores and news stands in all pans '
of tbs city where The Herald ts also for sals.
1
BOYLE HEIGHTS
E. COSXELL, Newsdealer, JIM East FlrM j
street.
EAST I.OS ANGELKS
MR 9. E. C. Til ACKER, Newsdealer, IM I
Korth Haly street. f
BAN FKBXAXDO STREET
M KINNIF. R PHARMACY. 143? 9uF«
nando street.
WESTLAKE PARK
EONAI.D A. ROSS, Newsdealer, 2100 WW
Seventh street.
CNIVERSITY
H. 1.. r.\ l:K, Pntss, Stationerr. Etc
Postofllco building.
SOUTH CENTRAL AVENCE
CHICAGO PHARMACY, corner Central
avenue and street.
CHURCH NOTICES
JjßOFEssolt FRED BELL
LECTURER AXI) PSYCHIC TEACHER
Successfully gives private lessons ln practical oc
cultism, hypuoiism. phrenology and physiognomy.
Psychooietry and medlumshlp developed on the
true plane.
On every Tuesday evening at s oclock Professor
Bell will lecture at his parlors in the Pirtle blk. I
Subject Tuesday evening. Marcb I'tth. Phrenology [
and Physiognomy. Every person present will be ,
given a eharacier reading by Mr. Bell, who Is an
expert phrenologist. Admission, including r uul- |
Ing. AO rents.
Professor Bell is an electro-mental heaier of
great power. Pain and disense disappear under
liis touch and the sunshine ol' philosophy as if by
magle.
As "a phrenologist and physiognomist Professor
Bell is without a peer. Full delineation of charac
ter* with chart, 6L60. Specially written charis,
giving valuable points as to health, future life,
O ill: OCCUIt laws. |A. He :s also forming a L'las* i I
phrenology ami nhvslosrnnmv, and will takeaf-w
nfixntp pupil*., office rooms, 80, st and 82 Pirtle
block, corner Rroadway and Fourth sts. Hears,
9 to 12, 1:30 IO ■">; evenings by appointment.
Consultation and diagnosis absolutely free.
Strictly confidential. 4-4
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER
Day Saints. 248 s Spring st.. up stairs iv halt.
Sunday school at 10 n»m.; preachln g service at
p.m. 'Tonight Elder E. M. Whites!.les will take
for his subject. Pre-exlstence of spirits. Did we
have an existence before we . .inie on earth? Come
and hear the testimony of the Bible on this ques
tion. Your time is all it w ill cost you. No col
lections.
BT. PAUL'S CHURCH, KPISCOPAL. OLIVE
st. opp. the park. Open every day In the year. ;
Daily service at 10 a. ni. The clergy w ill respond |
to all calls for the ollices of the rhun h tor Strang s
ers or visitors, without respect to creed; burials, |
marriages, baptisms or visitntions of the sick. Use |
of the church eheerfullv given tree for funeral i
services. Tel. 148 red. tt
BUSINESS NE W SPA PER —TH E DAILY
.lourual; a business newspaper, publishing alt
ilie county official records, real estate iransters,
mortgages ami liens, building news,contract work,
financial news, and all news relating to the re
sources and development of Southern California
Hnd the great territory of the southwest. One dol* ,
Isr per month, or in advance *H> per year. 'J27 W.
St., Los Angeles. Cat. |>-1 tf
NOTICE— Tll E LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Co. will strictly enforce the following rules:
The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of
6 antl s oclock a. m. and h nnd s oclock p.m. For a
violation of tiie above regulations the w ater will he
Shut off and a tine of f2 wilt be charged before Ihe
water will be turned on again, 4-29
ATTENTIONS! IN E RS—TH E PLACER X IXC
—Combination dryer and gold separator; the
only machine in existence that w ill separate all
the gold from wet or dry sand, dirt and gravel,
without the aid of water or quicksilver. Oflice
B!is S. Broadway, Los Angeles. Cal. Machine at
t>23 Maple aye. 4-2
ASEPTOLIN- DR. CN BUS EDSON'S AL
leged cure for consumption seem.i to be
proving itself a success; cases treated at COSt Of
tbe remedies use.l tor one month. By
DR. PILKINGTox. Ihe Winthrop,
23 1.80 s. spring st.
MRs. BELL HYATT. ARTIST—PUPIL OF
Bonnat, Hhtls; member ArtlStS 1 League,
of New diploma for portraiture, Median- j
les' Pavilion, San Francisco, 1886, specialties, ]
portraits, life figures, animals* Lessons given, i
503 W. Second St. 31 !
— . I
MESMIN s KEM ALE PILLS AB A(BPECfFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief for ;
painful and Irregular menses—from whatever 1
cause. For sale by GEO. IL FREEMAN A CO.,
southeast, cor. Second and Broadway. Price $2 a '
box.
CI ENTLEMENS* MENDING BUREAU. 63 '
JT Pfrtle blk.. cor. Fourth and Broadway. I
Mending, cleaning and light repairing; buttons
furnished; buttonholes made. All orders neatly
and promptly attended to, Chargeu reasonable, 4-13 .
C'IHINA AND GLASSWA RE REPAIRED,
j riveted or cemented: a Specialty of repairing
fans. V. T. REUTEE, 117 W. Sixth. 8-27-96
rp H E S UPBEME LODGE OF THE FRA-
X ternal Brotherhood, rooms 26 and 26, Pirtle
blk. A Hrst*elassorganiser wanted. 4-11
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY
3 RHEUMATISM 18 PAIN IN THE MUSCLES.
\ Rheumatism is also kidney trouble. It is a
poison in the blood. Take v vapor electric bath;
it helps the kidneys in their work of purifying,
MRS. ro; MAYER, The Wiley, rooms 31 and 32, I
•17 S. Rroadway. }
ffIHERE ISCOM FORT IN THE KNOWLEDGE
J that many forms of sickness are not due to
actmU disease but simply to a derangement ..f tbe
system; an occasional electric treatment with
massage will benefit you. MRS, i nt. MAYER,
rooms 31-82, The Wiley 4-2
"MJIDITH AN WAY. FORMERLY OF BOSTON
Jj gives genuine alcohol rubbings that are health
ful and refreshing; no rivals. 223 S. .Main st..
room 3. 5-15
~\ f ASS AO E AND ALCOHOL BATHS—2OB
JjX Winston st.. upstairs, one block east ofpost-
Ofilee, between Fourth and Fifth sts. H-tJ
Miss REV 1 RVING, ARTIST; PHOTO-TINT-
Ingand mounting; new style. 120 N. Main
St., rooms 2 and •». 4-; i
MAGNETIC TREATMENT GIVEN BY A
competent lady, E. Seventh, room 4. 20 •
1> ERst iN AL—JUL! AMAN 8 XI E LD. MAX E
curing parlor. 120 X. Main st.. room n. 30
-\riss MAY stunt: lives ALCOHOL
a.*X baths, 2'J2 N. Alain St.. room 17. o--2
SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 127 E. Third St., parlor 11. 5-15
MISS LOLA PRESTON — MASSAGE. 233.,
E. Kir.il St*, rooms - and 3. -ji
YOUNGJLADY GIVES ORIENTAL BATHS
Parlor 2, 127 E. l'hlrd. 4-14
YOUNG LADY GIVES ORIENTAL BATHS.
120 N. Main st., room 16. 3u
T OLA LIVINGSTON, X. SPRING ST.,
J I room 3; massage. 3-17
MISS MAY RUSSELL—THE NEW HELL
man. room 7. 4-ii
_ CHIROPODISTS
MISS J. K. ALEXANDER, CHIROPODIST,
treats feet by a new and painless process;
(ives salt glow, massage and electric treatments.
15 and 216 Wilson blk., Kirs: and Spring Sts, 5 27
*I\R. 85ACHAU—DISEASES OF THE FEET
\J 253 S. spring st. li.^ti
m BICYCLES^
IjIQR SALE OR EXCHANGE—HIGH GRADE '
. hickory bicycle; nickel frame, good order:
wiM sell for cash or exchange for first-class micro
scope, o. H. s., room 401, Currier bldg. 26
ft! LA RSEN & lit. HAVE THE AGENCY
p7# for Relay BJcycles 228 W. tilth si. s-|Q
RESTAURANTS
ffIHE NE A T EST LIT* fLE 31 IN IX (1 BOOM
X in the City ll tbe Hotel Clarendon. 406 s. Hill
St.. Albert Steven-, prop ; home cot,king; prices
reasonable; 21 meals, fl; breakfast troni ii:3')to
S:8;t; lunch. 12 to 2 p.m.; dinner, 6:80 to
v erything new. 4-1
' INVESTORS
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, STOCKS, BONDS,
mortgages, titles examined.
L. K. PATTA . Invesmient Broker, ]ZVi 9- Broad
way, room 2, Los A ugeles, cat. 24
HELP \VA \TED—MALE
Rales for adverts rt n,euts under this el»sslrl**a-
Hon- ■! lime. 8i cents per line; l week, 80 cents per
Hue; l month. *Jt pet line.
UCMMBL l'.ltos ,t t ....
Sllee. ssors to
PETTY, HUMMEL I'iV,
KMPLOI M E X T AGENTS,
! roj-302 W. second st.. in basement
California Hank Bins-.
Tel. w%
I OfHee hours from 7 a. m. to 7:33 p. m., excejit
! Sundays.
M EX' S DEPA 11 I'M ENT.
Ranch hand. *;j.. etc.,; • rehar i hand, 917.80, etc.:
t boy vo herd ant milk 2 COWS, SS, etc.; practical
! btt<fgy washer, S4O, etc.; man arid wife, no children,
!->". etc.; salesman, trimming store, sgsj to 25.
HoTEI. DEPARTMENT.
; English boy, 16 to IS, kitchen work. *!2. etc., far"*
paid; psStry cool; and bake!-, cointiy hOtet,s46,
etc.: waiter, speak French, -2"». etc.. Rom; all
nuind hotel cook. ••*.'. etc*:6tttrt Rataher and Iron
baud work, 880, etc, Hrst-cUlss country hotel.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT,
i second yirl. 616, et ; bonseglrl, Bants Paula. 1
LslB,etc; iturseglrl, lis, etc.; houseglrl, East Los :
1 Angeles, -jjo. etc.; houseglrl, Florence, M, etc.; <
, girl to assist, 912. etc ;bbnseglrt, Grand ays . i
j etc.; bonseglrl for few weeks. 01 per day and car !
' lare, home nights; bOUSSgtrl for two weeks, W .
etc., week.
HOTEL DEPA X I'M K.N T.
■t waitresses,city, 830, etc ; irin for chamberwerk
' and waiting, CattUina, 830, etc: pantry jprl. lirst*
! .-lass hotel, *j-j,t, etc.; saleslady■ week, expsr
lenced; laundress, 826, etc, city; walir,-ss. I'asa
droit. 7:0, etc.
HUMMEL BROS. ,t CO,
vi f a RTED- TUN i;o\ ** OR YOUNG MX N
?i from each school or co|jp;e in the city to
work a portion of the time for 'I'he Herald. Twe.;- i
ty-tive cents In cash wilt bo paid 101- each new j
name, nnd every canvasser will have an oppotvi* 1
nlty to Win one or more of th- rbllowlntfprtxes:
one .-jiio Hrst-.-iasa bicycle, a gold huntina-case
WStcn, n six months' scholarshln In a- business
college, doubie-bai relet! breech-loading shotgtin,
120 suit of clothes, $2 • overcoat, round trip to Ban
Dlf'KOor I' ltnlLia and n turn Either m' the lat
ter includes a free dinner at the Coronado Hotel |
] or Hotel de Avalon. 811 tf
{ \%T ANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO WORK
1 at home; 1 pay *•* to flfl iwr week for mak*
j ing crayon portraits; new patented method; any
j one who can read or w rite can do the work at
1 home In spurs time, day or evening] tor pnr
. Oculars and begin work at once Addr.-ss 11. A.
ORIPP, German artist, Tyrone, Pa. 30t*iun
1 "VET ANTED - SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
I 0 for appointment for young men In railway
I malt service, Examinations soon tn every state.
I Particulars ahnut I'll governmenl positions free.
1 NATIONAL COR RKSPON DENCE tNSTITUTE,
1 Wsshlngton, D< C, B>w
; "II r ANTI-;i> SALESMEN—#IOO TO |123 PER
H month and expenses; sample line; position
i permanent, pleassnl and desirable. Address*with
i stamp, KINO MF'U (. *.'., K. 73, Cliicago. 7-2»
! ~\\ r ANTKD—YOCP. PAT It ONAO E. RELI -
i 1? able beli) furnished promptly, REID'S
; EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 136 W. First st. n
! "VtrANTED—A FEW MEN OF <;oon An
il dress can titni employment by avp'vin« at
room 2oii. 1 tin ier block. 1 bird St. 3--I H'»
"l\r ANTED- HELP FREE—27 SITUATIONS,
It 820>i s. Broadway. E. NUTTINGER,
i "WTANTED - Ittn To LAKE ('ARE OF
Iyy horses. 646 B. Broadway. 28
: —
| SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
| 'fJtrANTED— POSITION BY PRACTICAL
lit bread and cake mak-r. AddressH., box }
i 80, Herald opes. 2- j
j SITUATIONS WANTED-FEKALi:
XTTANTED A Pi'sirinx V.\ A YOUNG
I 1! Indy to learn typewriting and stenography
I for ber service in oiiice. Address 0.. 22s N. '
j Walnut st. 18
i "I*6 rA N T KD- A SITUATION BY A FRENCH
[ tt girl as chambermaid or nurse. Address 128]
Easton st.. city. 2:1
WA NT ED— PA R TNER
"V\ V A NTED-PARTNKR?RY"A^I' 11AKTH 'AL j
*\ man having plant and contract for a paying i
out-of-door business; Investigation invited by
principals only; capital required, iJlO.m, Address
T., box 40.
TIT ANTED—PARTNER, WITH small CAP
t* lial, to assist me in a legitimate business;
good money can be nia»'e; please investigate;
t vrnin',' man preferred. Address G, B. IL. Herald
office. 4 21
WANTED—REAL ESTATE
TTTANTED 1 WANI A SMALL ACREAGE,
* t and I don't care bow poor it is. jUSt so It is not
a hill. I don't want It further out than 6or 8 miles I
I from tbe city, l have seen the time when several
i acres could tie bought for from 926 to MO, Now I
lam look Ing for some such a snap. Address quick,
I X., box 00, Herald office. 21
WANTED—LIVE STOCK^
| "ll r AXT ED—A SERVICEABLE
tl horses: will trade land. I have 15acres of I
good land In San Luis Obispo county, Cal.; 11 acres !
1 under cultivation, and will give the right party a .
t'argnin. Apply at Southern California Creamery
. Co., 318 8. Broadway. tf' I
! _ JWANTED— MISCELLANEOUS
\ TXTANTED PURCHASER FOR TWO BOOK
1* cases, to he seen nt ro"m 3"\ Kradhurv
blk. 24
TtT ANTED--TO BUY FURNITURE OR
n household goods, etc. 621 S. Broadway. 26
XIT-A NTED-SECOND-HAND o«hiDs : HIGH*
ji\ est c ish price paid at 624 N. Main st. 24
XV" ANTED-- A KODAK. E. C. TOOK". 859
l\ s. Main st. •.•.■(
LOST AND FOUND
■ OST—ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON, A GEN*
.JJ tleman's black leatber card case bearing the
initials N P. O. V. A., Chicago. It contained
among other times two car tickets, one over the
Pasadena line and the other over the University.
Lost in the West End, near cor. Washington and
j Estreiia. Finder pleats address J, box 10, Herald
j Office. li
T GST—A BORREL HORSE, 17 HANDS HIGH,
■1J 5 years old. weight 1175 pounds; recently
Ici ippeii; slightly Roman back; white strips i Inches
I wide down fare; no shoes. Address powerhouse,
Seventh and Grand avr. 25
PIANOS
jpOR BALE—GREAT BARGAIN—
Upright Chlekering Piano; fine condition; 5175.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO,,
216-214 W. Third St.
*— tf
SALE—GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO. 9166;
" organ,9Bs; piano for runt, $3. oiti s. (irea l
way. a 7 tf
I/O II SALE MUST SACRIFICE MY FINE
Ha/I-don upright piano lor $175. ('nil at 914
j Rostov st. 5 7 tf
KNABE AND suns PIANOS AT
BIRKEL'S Parlors 18and v\ Pirtle blk. tf
CARPET CLEANING
Wl EAM CARPET CLEANING, SEWING AND
laying. John il rich a RDB, 12> n. spring.
Tel. 1848. js.'Mf
T7IRANK W. HOPPB, PRACTICAL HORSE
-1 shoer. Telephone 1898. Carriage, ror.il and
track horses shod in the best met neatest style;
only skilled workmen employed: corns, quarter*
cracks, contracted, Weak or diseased feet of any
kind successfully treated without extra charge;
ci.sps of Interfering knee-knocking, etc., receive
personal attention; horses railed for and deliv
ered, -\n woik guaranteed. 400 wolfskin aye.,
Los Angeles, Cal. 4-10
PHYSICIANS
MRS. E- < . I'ENSE. M. !>.. I U iMOKO PATH
Electric bath. 91. One electric hath free,
for ladies only. 734>a s. sprint Bt, Los Angeles,
< ai. Office hours 10 to 11 v. m.. ■'< 10 4p. m. t- LG
DR. DO It A KINO, OERMAX - EXOLISH
specialist; diseases of women] all Irregular!*
1 ties restored; treatment conftdentlalj cure tuiur
[an teed. 646 S, Broadway. tt-ti-iiii
PATENTS. COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
n ati-:xts k. n; invenTlOns^obtai xk d
X in all countries: bought and sold. s. .1. DAY
A- co., patent attorneys, room 86, Bryson blk. tf
KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLICITORS;
free book on patents, 80S Stimson blk. n-22-fl
MACHINE MANUFACTORY
VIIN SEHKEY MAXI'iWt TKIIIXt. ( (»..
\ i.\t\ X, Second tt., manufacturers of special
machinery, dies and mo b-ls; only acourate work ;
guaraiiieeiL
PLUMBERS.
FRANK A. WKINBHANK, PLUMBfiR AMD
gasMuer, i«S E. Second st. Tel. 1S».
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING. MABCH 23, 1806.
BUSINESS OPPORTUMTIES
Ratei lor advertisements under this classifica
tion I time. 6 cents per 11a*t i weak, 83 cen la jwr
life; 1 month, $1 per line.
mo GO INTO BUSINESS THERE IS W.
1 wnysa risk, you may make money and may
not, can ynii be satisfied wi:h 9t> 10 percent a
month, tora money, no worry, absolutely na risk f
if so, give in" a call, R. A. NSWtVN, -81 Byrne
i»Mg. a
lii>i: sALE \ BARGAIN T«» THE MAN
; that means business; a first-class meal mar- j
ket, tba beat In tha city, except none, and rot sate
by owner, n.< agent. Address C , hox 60, Herald
office. 81 j
17SOB s.m.k vM>: MY HEAL ESTATE BUS!
iK'.vi hooks. ..Mice fiiriiituri* i*ml rhcnnost
ri'iil 10 city. |IS per m >ut!i Call Mondny Sfegr
n »on. C, cuoK,.ots. Muiu. £4
'. trlOR BALE KINK LITTLE FRUIT BUS!
1 ness, choice location, downtown, price, 6109,
MA HONKV MYERS, 4:iis. Main st. 23
j iioksai.l. A LIT ILK OEM RRSTA U H A NT,
i 1 big business, 'only 9*5; all complete MA
] HONEI it M vi;i:s, dfl s. Muiu st. 21
I tilt'l OH 1 ' 1 PROPERTIES OF EV
• M «>) . I-, description forsake and exchange,
; by REN WHITE, 22tW. First st. 93
ITMMI NAM! UtiH'liKY IIIKAMKItV,
f.uits. et.-: pin-.-. *vo; bargain. MAIIOXEN
| A iMVERS, 42U X Muiu St. 23
! IpOH HALE LAUNDRY MACHINERY FOR
! I sale cheap, suitable for small plant. Address
i Bex it. boat Reach, Cal. 21
I *t7*,OR SALE OLD ESTABLISHED PAYING
' I drug business on Main st, ELLIOTT ft BAR*
NET!'. 380 »■ Broadway, if
INOB BALE WA N TED TO PURCHASE BBC*
1 ond*hand soda fountain. Address P. box to.
; lie raid oflice. 2:1
w* 1 i win CORNER CASH GROi Kin ;
?5 I UUU -1 s !!. BEN WHITE 221 W,
■ Flrsi >t 23
kfi*JftJ'l FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE,
spring Bt. BEN WHITE, 221 W.
! First st- 88
Wl* t i 1 -COFFEE PA RLOR AND 11A X KUY.
. rt)i)Vf Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
tirstst, 81
i;nl! SALE I 'MA NEWSPAPER ROUTES.
1 Apply 0. n. BPRENiHerald business office,
ti
Vif • X/ t GROCERY BEST BARGAIN IN
OtJtJlr city. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 23
w '*>*>) t-MEAT MARKET—POSITIV KB A R
tJPOjaO gain. BEN WH itk, 2:1 W.First st. 23
TT<gßsale READ BEN WHITE'S ADS IN
I exchange an i city real estate columns. 34
*,> SELL <>lt KXtTI ANGE PittU'KRTY Qt'Tl'K,
mmt go to BKN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 23
j rrn SELL OCT YOUR BUSINESS SEE L D.
I A HA UNA Kl>. 117* s. Rmadwav.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
j OEHSONAL JUSTLIKE FINDING MONEY,
; I That's what people say who have I rim Iv 5 mall
i ad. in The Herald. They don't .vi-st mnch, but the
results arc limply marvelous, in this popular rte
pai#ment Tbe Herald bas mode a gain of mora
tiisn 2k> per cent in tin- past few months it jl* ctr
cutatlon counts. The has it. if you want
to talk iv bairthe people in Los Anncii's ami other
parts of Southern California, try a small a.!, hi
addition tc the immense and rapidly Increasing
circulation or The Herald, it* sale?* by newsboys,
■»n trains, st hotels and lummer n'sons, make it
j tin- advertising medium ol the Paolflo coast,
! Look ovdr these small advertisement! today.
They will Interest you and may make you som.-
I money,
I Tomorrow try one. The results will ho both snr
! prising snd s:itisfytn«. t;-;itf
j T>ERSONAjj FRESH ROASTED COFFEE—
X Moidiu and .luva, :Wr; ItaNloti i-pn-al curt'ce
I lficfAtbSgood tea, si: 8 lbs rolled wheat, 20c; 12
! His white heiiiis. -joe; n lbs eastern buckwheat, 26ci
: ran COCOS, 1""-; <an corn beef, 10CJ can Jelly. scj •*
. lbs peaches, 2*cj h lbs prunes. Ite; 10 lbs raisins,
i use; ."> boxes sardtnes, 2""-; .■; cans salmon, 28o! Bo*lb
I sack flour, 00c; 50 bars soap, fl; pork, Bej bacon,
I 10c: purs margarine, 80c n roll. ECONOM EC
STORE, 4011 s. Broadway,
i .
i T>ERSONAL—RALPHS BROS.—GOLD BAR
!J. flour, si .05; cltj flour, Wo; granulated sugar,
!IS lbs*, *1: hruwu sonar. 80 lbs.. ?l; f> lbs. roTlea
j Wheal or imts, 25c; sardines, 0 boxes. 26c; tOma>
i toes, -i cans. 25c; t bars German family soap. 29c; ">
; gallons oil, 951 (..'>; :t packages morning
' meal. 35c: lard, to lb. tun, soc; il' itis. beans, 8801 <»
lbs. rice. 25c. WM S. Sprllie st., cnr. sixth. B*9o
PERSONAL— WANTED POSITION BY ALL
round painter, paper-hanger, kalsominer, [iias
tererand carpenter to look after property, best
city reference; 13years in last place. Address G,
A. D., Nadeau hotel, city. 22
I")KRSONAL~ll MORRIB PAYS TH X HlGH
est price tor gents' second-hand clothing;
send postal; will call, in 1 , Commercial st. t» is
PERSONAL
I>ERsonaL1 >ERsonaL- LONESOME, ELDERLY WlD
ower would part ins home with a suitable
lady who Is willing and able to improve it. Ref
erence exchanged. Address J,. box Herald
office. n
I>ERSOIHAL— DO YOU WISH TO MARRY?
Wo have retine.l ladies and (tents of means;
■ investigate; strictly confidential; letters must con*
tain 10cstamps. Room l, uht 1 :. s. Broadway.
]>ERSONAL NEW PROCESS - IRREGU
larities. from whatever cause, cured wiihout
j medicine, instruments or pain; sure cure; *l treat
-1 iil.■ ut : luinic. M!> i.l and a\ c. t-8-0
i FOR RENT—HOUSES
17AOH RENT 1 HAVE A LARGE NUMBER
of furnished and unfurnished houses for rent
lin alt pirts nf itie city. If you wish lo rent n
: bouse, or if you have une fnr rent, call and see
CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway. 2C
"IJIOR RENT A NEAT SIDE FLAT OK .1
S rooms and furniture for sale; rent 88.50 month:
but ii and «as. One room rented will pay the rent.
226) i E. Seventh. -^i>
RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN
town for mattines. linoleums and window
shades. THE MATTING MART, s*l S. Droad
way. 4-5
! pDR RENT-HOUSE OF 5 itnnMS. CARRI
IJI age bouse, stable, chicken yard and flowers,
HO W. Klmyra st.
Yon RENT—A MODERN R-lIOOM HOUSE,
r nicely papered; reasonable rent. 1863 Flo;
-ueroa st. p.>s tl*
RENT—NICE I'OCIMIOOM FLAT, |I 2
: per month. 683 Town aye., In Wolfskll tract,
ClOSe in. o-lti-tf
THOR RENT-NEW fi-ROOM COTTAGE; MOB-
X I em Improvements. 418 E. Twenty-seventh
street. 2i
ITioR Rent—nice, new, large s-room
cottaije and bath cheap. Apply, 136N, Hill
street. 28
RENT—6-ROOM HOUSE, 1286 VICTORIA
.1 st. ALLIbON BARLOW, 128 M. Broadway, tf
FOR RENT-ROOMS
RENT- NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
.1 centrally located, with bath ami nil conven
iences, with use of piano and parlor. iiS&Oilve
st., upper flat. -8
Ti-tOR RENT- ROOMS FURNISHED, SINGLE
X: or e;i suite; beds 25oent8 and upwards. RUSS
HOD BE, cor. Los Angeles and First sts, 4-n
17\OB KENT -188 X. MAIN ST..THE DENVER]
nicely furnished rooms, 81*60 per week and up
ward ; center of cltyj 2">c to $1 a flay. IM4 tf
RENT THE MARIPOSA, 821 K. SEC
cud st.; furnished rooms, 61.25 per week up;
ln(igint r , 251-, 85c aud SOc per night. lu-l tt
TpOR RENT -THE MENLO; ELEGANTLY
s7 furnished moms; baths free; prlceslow; 4'Ji
M. Main St.. opp. pOStOfltcc. tf
IJIOR RENT— FURNISHED. TWO FRONT
rooms; also outside rooms, ftfiO per week. 619
S. Spring sU 4-14
XIIOR RENT HOUH ES KEEPING FURNI9 H XI)
X roomsj|iso to 12. NPTTINGER'S, 4.31 s.iiopu
tf
ITIOR RENT Mi ELY FURNISHED ROOMS I
for housekeeping, 628 B, Broadway, 2-2otf !
RENT—FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
ou car line. 687 Woltskill aye, 1-20-tf
ITIOB RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS, 4l(i H.
" Broadway.
FOR RENT—STORES
RENT- PART OF STORE, WITH FINE
show window, mi Broadway; excellent loca
tion for jeweler. Inquire at 506 s. Broadway, tf
FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS
RENT- LODGE ROOM AT TURNER
hail: every first nnd third Friday of each
month. Inquire ot janitor. n-tf
WATCHMAKER
YOUR KYKS. BUY A PA IK OF
j smoked glasses; assortment complete and
p: ices lower than last year at W. J. GKTZ'S, jew
eler, 880 s. Broadway. 1-16*7
attorneys-atZla^w
BBOUBSEAU A MONTOOMBBY,
A Itni iinj, n* Tim,
| 403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. *4
FOR EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
Under this heading subscribers to the Herald
miv' insert an advertisement oi to words or less,
lour times, free of coot, provided 1 he advertiser W
\ not H dealer lv tbe article or goods advertise I,
I 1 4 H»lt " EXCHANGE- ONE ALMOST NEW
hensmore typewriter (v good condition, hay
j ing been n-ed but vev> little, to SXCbatlgO lor a
■ solitaire diamond ring; will an ept or pay differ-
I etn-e in va!ie* in gold ; State si/*- Mid full pari Icil*
j In is in regard to your diamond or 00 Attention will
'be paid to your answer Address X, nox 41,
I4HOR EXCHANGK-1 HAVE A FEW NO
j 1 treadle SI Wing maohll 0 motor powers, war
ranted tor ~> y -ur*. 'lake furniture. SS press wason.
hnsglet, IhL k *ns or anything Mnke an offer
One ft try A Clark organ, cost ?i7Y in use two
years, v fl l take *-7">; mke a go; .1 cow ns pari pay
ment* Ad esJ.G it A YsoX, Übivrrs tv 88
FOR EXI RANGE a GRAND ENGLISH
pointer dog eight months old, just right age
for training, full pedt4ree< sure bench show wln-
I ncr at the coming Ijph Angeles dog show next
i mouth, n exchange for ftrSl *clsss kodak camera,
J gold watch, bicycle or offers. Call at 232 Allso st. 2"i
EXCH ANGE X ROM si SO Tl > 82.0
worth of mlltlnety good-, for a gt 0,1 lot iv tbe
j suburbs o'' Los Angeles <tr > a lta Mo.ilca. Of for
; sr. Inl hi 11 1 furniture <r » goon horse and buggy.
Cull ,v- adi.ress .30 Ruth aye., Lor. A ugele*. Cal. 21
TTtOfc EXCHANGE ok sale «45. WORTH
fHO, good snd strong pony, good too buggy in
srst*cll s< order, harness, Bad die fin I '-lan veis, all
lor*4£, win trade tor a good bicycle. Inttuirs at
:'">4 s. Broadway, moms lo and It. 21
1^0 It EXCHANGE—REGISTERED JERSEY
bull, worth 9100 for a good, youm:. gentle team
jof motes, good travelers, or good truck or farm
wagon aud harness. .1. M, Wallace, Railroad
I nud sa-i Fernando sts. 80
17U)R EXCHANGE TO BUY AT A BAR*
gain, a good, clear diamond, or wilt exchange
! L"i>'l lady's solid gold watch an-1 chain and neck
lace; give full particulars. Address N., hn\ no,
; Herald Office. 24
fJI.OK I: X < lIANGE, FOR SALE AND MONEY
I X lo loan. Anytlltng wanted in the above. 1
WC U'd be pleased to see you. I 'll A RLI-'.S U,
! LAMB, 226 s. Spring St., rooms 66 and 67, stoweii
blk. 24
ITIOR i:X( Tl ANGE-BOOKS OK ALL KINDS
aud in all lunguages bought and sold. Your
I choice in 7000, snd stationery of all descriptions.
GlNss, 815 s. Main st., near Third St. 3-25
ITIOR exchange—Wanted,a piano fob
the storage and use, with good care, for ony
length of time; wilt pay for moving. Address W.
-L WATERS, 234 Anderson street. 20
SALE-DRUG STORE. IN PROSPER
r ous town. abOUl 23 miles east of Los Angeles;
good renins tm- selling. For further particulars
address 1,.. box 80, Herald office. 25
ITIOR EXCHANGE—A GOOD EXPRESS
wagon for a saddle horse; will give a man a
good swap; see me at unci? if you have anything
Inswap. Call (»22 Court st. 21
ITI.OR EXCHANGE—NICE, YOUNG FAMILY
mare as part payment on high-grade lady's
bicycle; w ill pay cash difference. Address room
11, StOWell blk. 2rt
EXCHANGE OR SALE—A I-TRsr
. class gentle family fre>h cow. for good horses
lor what haveyou to offer? Address L., box 20*
Herald Office. * 25
ITIOR EXCHANGE- EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
_ for eastern manufacturer. Will take city or
country property for part payment. Address s. E.,
Herald office. 6-tf
STIOR EXCHANGE—COLLECTION OF 1,000
stamps, ami album for machinists' tools or
anything useful, valued at about *>h. 820 Mon
treal st. 25
IT* OR EXCH A NGE-GOOD LIGHT BUSINESS-
Owner leaving town. Value 4loiNt. What
have you to oiler? Address J. LL, Herald Office.
0-tf
po[{ EXCHANGE—LARGE CORNER LOT,
X l block from car line, price 9409, for tailor
made clothes. Address M, box 70, Herald Office, tf
FOR EXCHA Nt; E-TY P E W RI T ER. 000 D
as new, to exchange for diamonds; give full
description. Address X.. box 80, Herald Omoe. 24
ITIOR EXCHANGE—RENT OF A FINE Up
right piano for groceries or butchers' account,
or hay nnd feed bill, 022 W. Sixth si. 23
ITIOR EXCHANGE—A YOUNG HORSE FOR
nuvel orange trees lor 2 years from bud. G.
W. FA I' LEXER, Santa Paula, Cal. 25
TTHiR EXCHANGE—A GOOD GASOLINE
X Stove and be i springs to trade for good cook
stove. Address 042 San Pedro St. 21
ITUHt EXCHANGE—TWO (2) FIRST-CLASS
hors.-s for a good delivery wagon. Inquire nt
323 E. Kirst st. 24
£*LJi\i\ - LODGING HOUSE, Hi rooms,
ocMIU Broadway, ben white, 221 w.
Flrsi st. 23
W 1 /WW i — NICE CORNER GROCERY,
ijpj \J\J\J Souibwest. BEN WHITE, 221 W.
1- Irsl st. 23
W* OX n- B A KER Y-LA RGI: BRICK O\'KN ;
O—»)U must sell. BEN WHITE, 221 W.
Kirst st. 23
•iff* ~f i— LODGING HOUSE; 12 ROOMS;
oDOU bargain. REN WHITE, 221 W. First
street. 23
»35r w rr/Y- woon - COAL HAY AND FEED
0 4 Ovlyard. BEN white, 121 W.First st. 23
"ITIOR EXCHANGE A GOOD PIANO FOR a
X gooii work horse. Address 727 Mozart st. 27
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE
iTIOR EXCHANGE PI ACRES OF FOOTHILL
land, with an abundant water supply, suitable
for citrus and deciduous fruit; land leveled and bas
been plowed. Right at n railroad station, in San
Bernardino county, will exchange for Los An
geles property or nour here. F. >L ITEI'KR *fc
I CO., s. Broadway. 23
1710R EXCHANGE—WANTED—FOB CASH
. or exchange, 60 or 100 lots in The Herald's
addition to Lancaster, Los Angeles oountV. Please
State cash price, or exchange for merchandise.
Address X., 001 20, Herald oflice. 2B
ITIOR EXCHANGE-NICELY LOCATED R
room oottsge, barn and carriage house, with 2
bus, highly improved. Small incumbrance, for an
improved country home near city. W. s. ca R
TEit dk co,. 4208. Main st. 23
EXCURSIONS
ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY
ed excurstous to < 'htcagn, st Paul, Mlnneapo
lis and all eastern points. leave Los Angeles every
Thursday via Southern Pad He, Union Pact tie
■•World's pictorial Line," nud Chicago and North
western railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas ami
passing all points of scenic Interest by daylight.
Upholstered tourist cars of latest Pullman pattern,
lighted by gas, and run through Without change.
Competent conductors accompany each party
Fastest time, Lowest rates. For tickets and
berth reservations, apply to 3, H. PKABMAN,
Manager, G, F. Herr, f, P. A„ 223 s. spring st-,
Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Faolfia
Company. 5 3-6
JUDSON PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Ex
cursion!! o'er true Southern route to Chicago,
\ ia st. Louis, leave Los Angeles every Wednesday
nt 2:30 p.m. Through cars, through managers,
comfort. econnmv and enjovahle route. Apply to
JUDSON A CO, 212 S. Spring st.. Los Angeles.
1> 111 LL 1 PS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
excursions via the Rio Grande and Itork Ml
ami n nte. le:i\ 0 Los Angeles every Tuesday, cross
tbe sierra Nevadas and pass tbe entire Rio
Grande scenery by daylight; also via southern
I route Monday, oiiice, 13* s. spring at.
HURLTNGTON ROUTE PERSONALLY CON
duoted excursions to the east every Wednes
-1 day over the scenic line oi tbe world; upholstered
tourist cars without change. T. H. DUZAN,
agent,223 s. Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal.
DENTISTS
I)A. DENTAL CO., A. KsTBV ENB, MAN A
ger. makes a sjiecinlty of crown und hridge
work and painless extracting. A good set of teeth
$5. 22ns. spring. Telephone USJ, tf
\DA MS BROS,—DENTAL PARLORS,
s. Spring st.: painless extracting and filling'
plate, f6, 98, 91J' all work guaranteed; established
in years; hours, tt '>; Sundays, 10-12,
171 B. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST. HEM OV ED
• to Stimson blk., cor. Third and Spring,
't el. 45.
RANK STEVENS, 324.; S. SPRING ST.,
X open days and evenings; also Sundays; elec
tric light.
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, JOS 1 . 8. SPRING
st., rooms 2, ii and 7 ; painless extraction.
SPECIALISTS
1 >Rokkssor OWEN,
X Electro*magnetic treatment; electro-vacuum
treatment; manager of Miller's Magnetic Reme
dies Co. .".113 W. Second st. 31
SW, RICHMOND, MAGNETIC PHYSI
• clan; 80years'experience; office, 104 Dow
ney block, 3D» X. .Main st. Consultation free. 8-28
DR. B. G. COLLINS, OPT II A LM [COPTIC I AN,
with the Los Angeles Optical Institute; eyes |
examined free. 125 S. Spring St.
-| > DPTUBE CUBED WITHOUT DETENTION
XV frtim business. DR. WIIITEHILL, lift 1 -,' S.
Spring st. 4-18
J>OULXRY
I>OULTRY WANTED - RANCHERS WILL
dowell to call at the Low Angeles Poultry
yards east of the ri\ or on Rio St.. south, about Bw.
Highest price paid in cash. J. Y. JOHNSON, pro
prietor 4-1S
FINANCIAL
Rates for Advertisements undrr this classifies
tion i time, 6 cents per line; i week, SO cents pel
line; i month, *i per line,
1» \< II h |,iiAN CO l,n.\Ns IN ANY
amount on nil kinds of collateral security,
J (tlHmonrhi, jewelry nnd seal skins, also on pianos,
| furniture nnd household goods In private, lodging,
t end hoarding house*, or hotels without remove'
Partial payments received, Money quick; business
conhdentlal; private office for ladies. \v. c. DR.
GBOO'I . manager, rooma 2 and 4, 1H S. spring st.
IT NION 1,0 A V CO,
stimson Block.
Loans money on ait kinds ot collateral securlt r;
wnt ehes, diamonds, seal skins and furniture In
lodging and hoarding houses ond on pianos without
removal: also on bonds, xvo -ks, mortgages; low in
, tsrest; money at one! 1 : business confidential; pri
! vate office for ladies; room Ml. CLARK K.
SM AW, manager rOOmS Ml and 113 Ilr-t floor;
Stimson hlork. tf
j rpHE ' • Kit NI A N savings VND LOAN sn.
a clety of Man Francisco srlll make loans on lm
-1 proved city and country* property.
on loans ofO&xioand under,eerttftcateii
of (Ith- from the 'title Misiirunee and
Trust Do, will be accepted, making the
expenses on inch loans very smalt*
HuiidiuL loans aß| laity. Apply to
K.O. LtJ N'T, Agent. 227 W, Second,
fi Istf
Ilt coll N
Jt The Lo. Angeles Pawnbroker. Ml N. Main
st., loans money on diamonds, watches, Jewelry,
rlrearms, pianos, libraries and ail oth rt r collateral
seeurlties; also sells uuredeemed pledges for
money loaned nud one month's Interest added;
make no mistake, Il is the reliable to B. COHN,
Mie LOB AngelSfl pawnbroker. 9-10
MONKY TO LOAN, LONG OR SHORT TIMK,
on furniture, plunos, diamonds, watches,
jewelry, live stock, carriages, real estate, etc.;
private oflice; business confidential, for ladies or
gentlemen. CHARLES C. LAMB, 226 s. Spring
at., BtOWSII block, rooms <iti ami 67. h
Mi» N E ¥ Tt I IX) A N IN ANY A MOT' NTS
ou diamonds, watches. Jewelry, pianos,
safes, lodging-houseSi hotels ami private
household furniture; low interest; money quick j
private office for ladles. G. M. JONES, rooms 14
and l&, 242' a s. Broadway, adjoining city bail. 4-18
]>OIN0 IN DEXTER A' WADSWORTH,BROKERS,
805 w, second st. buy and sell stocks, mort
gages, bonds and any good securities; tf you wisli
to lend or borrow or Invest In real estate call on
us; collections made and property managed for
non residents. 281.'
•\ r 0 NI: V To LO A N CJ T V OR COUNTR V
property, 5% to 8 net; personalnotss or se
curity; mortgages bought and sold, if you have
money to loan or wish ti> borrow any amount call
01) JOHN L. PAVKOVIOH, 220 w. First. if
>TATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.
I loans money on nil kinds of collateral secu
rity; money quickly: business strictly conflden
tial. Rooms M and 00. Bryson blOOk, fifth lloor.
JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager. 7-8-tyr
rpo LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
1 reasonable rates, wllliam k. BOSBY
SHELL, 107 a Broadway. 10-l8t!
VFTER YOU HAVE GOT THE RATE OF
interest from alt the money tenders In the
city, give me a call nnd see If 1 don't charge lens
Interest than anyone on good collaterals. 220
R\ rue bldg. 'J i
. . ■ „ ____
V BARREL OF MONEY TO LOAN. IN LARGE
or small amounts, on long or short time, on
real estaie. lodging house*, diamonds, pianos and
allother collaterals. S. P. CREASING ER. 347 S.
Broadway. 20
MONEY TO LOAN—FROM tAMTO 830,000 TO
. loan in sums to suit. No delays. Continen
tal Building and Loan Association. 207 S, Broad
way. VICTOR WANKOWSKI. agent. tf.
\ f ONE V LOANED ON Di A MON US,
.** a. winches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
riages, bicycles, alt kinds of personal and collateral
security. LEE BROS ,102 8, Spring st. 8-21
rpo LOAN—fBO,OM IN ONE AMOUNT OR
a. smaller sums; interest (I per cent not; good
city security desired. WICKS A MACDONALD,
attorneys, 110 Court st., i.os Angeles. s-stf
rpo LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
JL small loans; no commission; ligtit expense.
SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 228 s.
spring st.
SMALL MORTGAOEB A SPECIALTY—CAB
be paid off on the installment plan or your own
plan. It. a. newlyn, -j;ti Byrne building, tf
T ADY WILL LOA N MONEY AT MODERATE
AU rates on household furniture, pianos, etc. Ad
dress AL, box 10, Herald office. 20
MONEY LOANED IN GREAT OR SMALL
amounts on furniture. Boom 72 Bryson
block. 20
rpo i.oan-?iouo to sio.omoN real estate
.1 security. ALLISON barlow,l23s. Broad*
way. t»-7tf
WANTED-TO BORROW
XtiT ANTED TO BORROW —I CAN LEND
t? yonr money out al good interest, from 3to
10 percent a month. NEWLYN, 231 Byrne bldg. 23
\irANTED-S7on ON BEST CITY PRO BERT Y.
Call early. Boom 23, Taw Bldg, 125 Temple
st. _
MEDIUMS
rpHK WORLD'S RENOWNED MEDIUM AND
A. palmist, known throughout Europe and
America ns Syra. the mystic wonder, greatest liv
ing medium; if deceived by fakirs, would-be
mediums. Syra will give a test to prove her powers:
tells just what you want to know; in fact advises
in all troubles. Room 1, 037'- S. Broadway. 10-30
I>ROF. W. W, TATCM, TRANCE. BUSINESS,
physical and Independent slate-writing me
dium, is now located in Los Angeles; moms nt,
Irving house. 'J-J0 s. Hill st.; will hold physical
circle Wednesday evening and trance test circle
Friday evening! wilt give private sittings daily,
Sundays excepted, from 0:30 a. m. to 5:80 p. m. 5-26
MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND
card medium. Is meeting with wonderful
success. She Invites the most skeptical to provo
her power. All business affairs of life looked Into,
for the advancement ol your future. Will organise j
a developing class aud gives readings daily from 9 i
a. m. to Bp. m. 31K' S s. Spring st. !t-i7
MRS. MANDENA, TEACHER OF OCCULT
and metaphysical law; develops spiritual |
and self-healing power; class ami private instruc
tions; also clairvoyant card reader, palmist nnd
aStrolOgtSt, Consultation free. Hours, ou, tn. to
Bp. m. oiiice, 245 s. Spring st., room 7. 3-23
M RS. PARKER, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT
and medium ; life rending, business removals,
law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take
Third st. electric oar to Vermont aye. and Vine st.
Second bouse on Vine, west of Vermont aye. 0-80
MADAME DEAN—FORTUNE TELLING BY
curds; one ol the greatest In the world;
reads correctly past, present and future; all busi
ness transactions, losses, lawsuits and all affairs
Of love. NO. 205 E. Fifth st.
MRS. SANKOBD JOHNSON, TH E INDE
pendent slate writer and medium, gives
sittings daily at 62i 8, Los Angeles st., and holds j
circles on Thursday evening, at s p.m., of each
week. Ad mission 50c. 4-18
Miss LULU H OLDEN, PSYCHOM BT RIST
. and business medium, sittings dally, ex
cept Sunday, oiiice hours—o:3o a.m. to 4 p. m.
Circles Tuesday nnd Saturday evenings. Irving
House, 2208. Hill st. 4-21
MILTON M. LYON, 224 SOUTH OLIVE—
clairvoyant, developing medium; evening
j engagements by appointment; met) lv mis tic pur
! sons cnti consult me by mall concerning their de-
I volopment. 6-3
1> E. o. FRA I M, PHYSICAL MEDIUM.
V* Molds public circles on Tuesday and
Thursday cv enings; private sittings given' dalle
707 Merchant st., net. seventh and Eighth sts.
4-12
MADAM LV IMA, CABD BE A DEB—BEST
card reader in tbo world; ladies 60c; gents
|l! hours from 8 a. in. in 4 p. in. Room 21, San
Julian, cor. Fifth aud Snn Julian sts. 6-2J
MM E. NORM A ND, HEALER AND LlFE
reading medium ; develops medium power;
self-healing and how to become a medium at your
own home. 220jj E. Seventh st. " Hii
MRS. D. N PLACE WILL LEAVE FOR
San Francisco April Ist. Those wishing to
consult her on any business affairs of Ufa can do so
if they call at once. 220 S. Hill st. 11
INBPIRATIVE LIKE AND CARD READING
medium—Terms, gentlemen, f2: ladles, *i; Sail
Julian, cor. Fifth, san Julian, top floor, rooms 17
and is. 3-22
INRANCIS X. IRELAND—46O s. HILL ST.;
sittings dally and by appointment; answering
sealed letters a specialty; correspondence so
licited. 27
MM E. ST A N LEY, CELEBRATED CARD
reader; reads your entire past and future;
ladies or gentlemen 600, Parlor 12, 828 S. spring.
4-17
IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO
know your future consult Zlugara, the gypsy,
at 217 S. Hill st. Oflice hours 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. i-1
MRS. BARNETT SITTINGS DAILY; ClR
tdes Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 488 S.
Main st., opp. pOStOffice, 4 21
A ONES H. PLKASANCE, TRANCE ME
-1 J\. dlum, Is permanently locatedat 034 B* Broad
way tf
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
ITIOR SALE—SOME QOOp BAKU A INK IN
Hjcond'hand organsi kooJ makes. KOHLER
g rHAwi--.. -j:ww. sin-ilia st, tf
HOUSE-MOVING.
A l'. KLOI'EH, ROUSE MOVER-OFFICE,
• 113 K. Broadway.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements under this classifica
tion- l, time, .1 cents per line; 1 week, 8' cents per
line; t month. *l per line.
Mouses and Lots
jREASINGER'S COLUMN—
W A VIED TO PC Cell \*E.
1 have a CSSh t'UStomor tor » goo 1 lot in liie
southwest par: of the city, ln answering give
exact location,
CREASINGER, 247 s. Broadway,
COl NT IO PROPERTY FOR SALE.
. 30 acres of alfalfa and 10 acres of deciduous
I fruits, with a good house and barti on ranch; water
right goes With place; located 12 miles from l/is
Angeles and near two stations, one on the south
ern Pacific railroad and the other on the Santa Fe
1 railroad, price, isooo,
CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway. |
' 40 acres, sel 10 1600 apricot, isoo peach, 800 winter
1 apple, 351 French prune, 800 plum and 200 near
I trees; a good 5-room house and barn on the place;
• { also an abundant 1 water ami l horses, wagon
■ : nud tools with the place. Price, tgOOO] or Will
exchange lor income properly,
CREABINGER, 247 S. Broadwnv.
i 10 acres, to lemon trees 4 years old and inn good
j hearing condition; complete water system nnd
j water piped right lo the place; trees are bearing
very heavy tins year. Price, WOOD] terms, 82000
down and balance to suit buyer, only 12miles
from Los Angeles and 2 miles from Allinmbra;
this is a bargain.
CREASINGER, 217 s. Broadway.
10 acres of good alfalfa land in Orange county,
ami only 2 1 - miles from Orange; ie. shares of water i
goes with the place, and there is an abundance of [
wider. Price, 61003. This i- a good buy. Wouid
exchange for city property.
CREABINOER, 247 s. Broadway.
FOR sa LE HOUSES AND LOTS.
For sab- A bargain; a 6*rOoni bouse, new lv ,
papered and with ail modern Improvements! lot '
[ 60x120. Price, 91600 cash, or will tak'- one-it« 1( |
'■ cash. Located on Twenty-first st., west Of Main. |
CREASINGER, 217 s Broadway. {
For Sale-On the Installment plan: 11 8 room
house, with closets and bath and stable on rear of j
loi; lot 60x120] located in the southwest pari of
the City, Price. 12000] terms, S2M down. |25 per
' month. CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway.
; KorSale AO-room housr.almosl new, with ail
modern improvements and barn on tol ; lot 50x120.
; Price, 68100; terms, ftdon down, balance on tims
Located in the sotlthwesl part of the city. Call
' and see CR EASINGKR, 247 S. Rroadway.
for Sale A very nice home; a new 0-rooin
house, hard finish) With screen porch, pantry,
clos 'ts and bat 11 j good woodshed on tot; good gnue
jln parlor; lot 50x146, Price, for cash, |28S9j on
; time. |250 1. (SOD down, balance 820 per month. Near
Traction and Pico Heights car tines.
s. p. creasinger 247 s.Broadway.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE,
25 rooms, spring st |1600
10 rooms, Clay st.; close in 300
P» rooms, Hill st 425
24 moms. Spring si 120U
ih rooms, Hill st.; very desirable 1800
13 rooms. Hill st (I 7."»
15 rooms, Temple st iooo
2n rooms, Temple si 1350
9rooms, Broadway; close in 4hi
1 23 rooms, Hiii st...' 1800
to rooms, Hill st 475
tl rooms, Third st 1000
i 20 rooms, Second sl 1600
10 rooms, Second si 800
Hi rooms s. Main st 1000
And many others of all sizes in all desirable lo
cations In the city. If you desire to purchase a
lodging house and have not enough money I w ill
get It for you li will pay you to call nnd see tho
bargains I have before you purchase.
20 s. P. CREASINGER, 247 8. Broadway.
T7IOR SALE—
J 1 BARGAINS.
61G00—-Ronnie Rrae lot.
6800 -Thirty-first si. lot.
1)500 0-1 oom house and nice lot, Thirty-first st.
BI6JO Lot mi Grand aye.
hi- l"> ft. on Seventh < |o*e to Main St.
Several other real bargains.
FOR EXCHA NGE.
10-acre fruit ranch, good house, close to city,
value 86000. Want city property.
BO ncres t 'hntSWOrl h Park | I 2&00 against It.
Good s-room bouse tn city for eastern property
Minnesota preferred.
other exchanges.
W. tt. GRIFFIN,
3- 22 tf 136 s Broadway.
ril WIES EN DANG ER, C 27 W. SECOND ST.
_X • For sale, new houses, f2O :i month.
61760—N0, 824 Stanford aye.. 6 r.. bath,
81950—982 Towne aye.. 6 r,. bath.
61050—726 E. Pico st.. tl r.. bath.
82100—770 Kohler st., c r., hath.
82000- in feet E. Third si . near San Pedro.
1120,000 -aw lots S, w., electric cars.
f4Bo—Loi Stanford aye., near Eighth.
621,000—70 acres W. Washington st.
185,000- 70 X) acres, Oak Park, Kern Co.
fOOOO—SO lots University electric cars.
82500—12 lots University electric cars.
660,00& 500 lots W, Washington °t.
■20,000- 160 a.ues alfalfa. 16 miles.
15100 -10 ncres alfalfa, Flgueroa st.
$1000—5 acres 3 year apricot's, Fillmore.
! 2s T. WIESENDANGEIt. 227 W. Second st.
ITIOR SALE—6ISOO-650 CAS If IS ALL THAT
; is needed to move into a good 6*roomho'Jse
on mcc lot; st reel graded ; yon can t hen pay |16
per month, without interest, ani OwnthOplgce;
only l"i minutes' ride from this Office and only one
block from electric car line. F. B. WILLIAMS,
206jj s. Broadway, room 26. 23
f.-sOR SALE I HAVE A SPECIAL BARGAIN;
1 1 tine 2-story s.rnom house, modern Improve
ments; electric cars; sewer and gas Improve
ments complete; some property exchange con
sidered. See me before you buy. CHARLES C.
LAMB, 220 S. spring st., rooms 66 and 67, stowetl
blk. 23
ITIOR BALE—THOSE ELEGANT NEW 4
" room cottages with hath and closets at Ninth
snd Central aye; ?15 monthly. Will double In
value In OPS year. R. D. LIST,
4- 13 123', W. Second.
TTtoit SALE—HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO
1 sell or rent? If you want quick returns see
me, Don't bring any dead pieces or ask fancy
prices. 1 sell and advertise everything that I
handle. R. A. NEWLYN, 231 Byrne building, tf
ITSOR SA LE—SOUTH W EST 5-ROOM MODERN
cottage, jUgt finished, between Pico nnd Trac
tion lines: small cash payment, balance in easy
monthly payments. Address OWNER, box 60- i
Herald oiiice. 22 j
175.08 SALE — FURNISHED, LAURENCE
house, Ocean aye., Santa Monica; 21 rooms;
thoroughly overhauled and improved; take Los
Angeles property as part payment. Apply on
premises. 8-2-5
"ITIOR SALE-NICE 4-ROOM HOUSE AND
X lot, 86x165, with stable, trees, eic., near Cen-
I iral nv. ettctrlc line, for 61250, In 510 payments. R.
I YERCH, room ss, Temple block, sun hies thurstf
IJS.OR BALE—A GOOD 10-ROOM HOUSE,
" with all improvements, on Hill st., near car
line; very desirable; 1m 50x150 to alley; price,
|7600, CREASINGER 1 217 s. Broadway. 26
ITIOR SALE—I4OOO —AN ELEGANT 7-ROOM
house with every convenience, .hist completed,
southwest, near St. James Park, easy terms.
ELLIOT & BARNET T, 330 s. Rroadway. tf
ITIOR SALE A N ICE 10-ROOM HOUSE,
_ with all modern improvements, on Pearl St.;
lot 60x150 to alley; price, 87590; localiou fine,
CREASINGER. 217 S. Rroadway. 20
17108 SALE $15 MONTHLY BUYS A BEAU
tlful new 4-room cottage, Ninth and Central
avenue. R, 1). LIST. 123'j W. Second. 8-28
DO NOT PAY RENT, RUT BUY A HOUSE
on the Installment plan from ALLISON BAR*
j LOW, 123 S. Broadway. 12-13 tt'
INOB SALE A NICE 5-ROOM. TIARD-ITN-
A ished liouse; lot 38x148] trees and shrubbery.
Apply 201 East Pico. tf
ITIOR SALE LARGE 6-ROOM HOUSE AND 4
lots, cor. Seventh and Boyle aye, Apply on
j place for particulars. 26
ITUHt BALE—HOUSE AND LOT, 8650 ; 8850
cash t balance 8 years. J. F. JONES, 182
j Broadway, trout. 32
I TTIOR SALE -NICE NEW 6-ROOM HISTORY
X cottage; 81603. 413 E. Twenty-seventh st. 21
City Lots
TjS.OR SALE -GUI DER ft DOW'S
M 2 ADAMS ST. TRACT.
THE TRACT OF HOMES
j 64 Choice residence lots unsold erenow offered
1 at 8800 to 11000 tin easy payments; l«)ll lots have
been sold and over 25) homes built in the past 18
months; a Heboid building that cost over
and a line church are located in this tract; live
miles of streets, graded, curbed nnd Bide Walked,
nnd lined with 201)0 lovely shade and palm trees;
city water, electric lights; modern street cars
with Hi-minute service; only n minutes' time
trom business c enter; four 80 foot streets and one
100-fl Ot Street; lot 40x180 tn alley; high and sight
ly location; rich loam soll.no mud: Don't buy
torn home nor an Investment until you see the
"Adams sl Tract." Free carriage from our of
fice. Telephone 1289. For maps, prices ami x iews
of lhis tract, call on or write to
GRIDER & DOW,
27 ]3!IS. Broadway.
-JTiOR SA LE—
GRAND BARGAINS
fBoo—Large so-foot loton Twenty-ninth «t..
one block of the electric cars, at 9300-525 cash nnd
the balance nt 610 per month; Street graded and
graveled; cement Walks and curbs, and sprinkled.
Carriages from our office.
GRIDER ft DOW,
27 188 S. Broadway.
ITIOR BALE—A GREAT SACRIFICE—MUST
go at '~ its value, that beautiful lot two blocks
west of Second and Spring sts., suitable for high
grade Hats or residence. Price only #8000. See
GILBERT, room 210. S. E. cor. of "second and
Broadway, or address P, O, box 245, city. 820 tf
ITIOR BALE-M UST BE SOLD BEFORE
April Lone of the best located lots In the
t rmston tract,on Clinton aye.; within Utf blocks
of two electric car lines; It goes cheap for cash; an
exceptionally good bargain. Address OWNER,
UOBtOfnoe box 666, city. 29
ITIOR SALE—6)66OI LOT 50x125, TWENTY
: NINTH st. nesr Main; street graded and sew
ered. GO WEN, EBKttLJK*sCO.,.4BS. Broadway. IS
. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements under this eiassinVa.
tion I time.->cents per line; I week, so cents per
lino; 1 month, |t.OO pei line.
City Lots
! IJxOB BALE—
I r a NEW DEPARTURE
i We now offer to furnish purchasers of lots In the
Alexandre Weill tract st thelroptlon, n ttli policies
of insurance of the Title Insurance and Trust com
pany for the full amount of the nurcnaae prtooof
the lots bought, or with unlimited eetvncatesof
tftle guaranteeing tin* liMe in Alexandre Well!,
free and clear of ail encumbrances. Lots /rom
ItOO it|i on small cash payments and easy monthly
Installments without Interest. Clerks, working
men, laboring men. mechanics, mot or men, con
, doctors, engineers stop throwing away your money
hi rout and remember the same payments will in
I a tew yi aIS make yott the proud possessors ot your
own homes. Just ask yourwifeabout it and get ail
I the particulars from RICHARD ALTSCIiUL,so •.
1 agent, 121* W. Second stu Burdlck blk. tfeoi
! iTsoi: BALK TO LIST YOUR PROPERTY
I for s ile. or rent you property already listed.
| i,. it. PATTY, l2l! 4 , a. Broadway. 21
Iti or BALK WK SELL TUB EARTH- mas.
1 sKTTA smith. Pomona,Cal. 6-20tf
Business Property
\ ~p 0R SALE—
j BROADWAY LOT.
We have a choice pieco of property on this
line street, centrally located, now In the
henrt of the business center. Wo are offer
ing this property at such a low- price that Will
make the lucky huyer a handsome profit
within a short time.
CLARK «fc BRYAN*, 127 W. Third St. 7tt
Country Property
ITIOR SALE 20 ACRES IN WALNUTS,
peaches, prunes and tigs, near city, railrond,
school nnd church; moist soil; as (tne as the sou
shines on; in bearing; healthy, vigorous growth,
at ?2."> an sere and the cost Only of preparing, plan I -
Ing and bringing to its present productive condi
tion; t his orchard needs no Irrigation; you are not
wading in water and mud idue mouths out of I ha
year, up lo your center of gravity, to keep life in
your trees, besides paying as much for water as
the pro nt on your crop"; I have bad yours of practi
cal experience, and 1 know w hat I am saying when
I tell you, Mr, Tenderfoot, thai there is not an
acre of ground in l his count ry of climate that is
worth mo c than ?.Mt nn acre; the only curse rest
ing on this beautiful land is ihe outrageously ex
orbitant price of raw land demanded by these' shy
locks who are selling it. nnd you tenderfoot are the
deluded victims'who are furnishing the pound of
flesh, Paste this in your hat and address
OWNER, w. C. T. U. bldg., room 2. tf
-jpOR SA LE —
VALUABLE WALNUT RANCH AT RIVERA,
62' a ACRES
12' , ncres in trees about 16 years old.
•12 acres in i rees about 7 to in years old,
B acres In SUSqUehahnn peaches also iv bearing.
This ranch Is in the walnut belt ami Is In lbs
highest stale of cultivation, abundant free water
right; all necessary ranch buildings and Agricul
tural implements on the premises; Immediate
possession If desired; liberal terms. Walnut pro
perty i-- especially valuable; no known pests Af
fect tho trees und i lie crop need not necessarily bo
marketed when harvested: it w ill keep. The pro
perty « ill be divided if desired. Apply to
It. O, 1.1 NT
4-17 227 W. Second St.
'JV*° X BALE—
5000 ACRES >
Finest lemon nnd Alfalfa land in California;
plenty of water: near the ocean; 20 minutes by
rail trom city; perfect climate] no hot winds; no
frosts; young lemon trees passed uninjured
through free/es that ruined fruit and trees else
where; less irrigation necessary than in hot In
land valleys; more money In lemons ami alfalfa
than In anything else; apples, pears, peaches
aprlCOtS, prunes, corn, wheat, barley, beans,
en*., grow without irrigation.
For sale in tracts to suit 6/100 per ncre and
up; easy terms. i>. PRE em an, owner.
6-1 60S s. spring at., city.
ITIOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL— ONLY A FEW
1 5 and 10-acre blocks left; water right. Now
is the time to buy. It you have any thing to sell
or trads see E. lv. ALEXANDER, 115 S. Broad
way, tf
1808I BOB BALE—BO,OOO ACRES OF FINE FARM
" and fruit land in San Luis Obispo county.
Apply to ELLIOTT ft BARNETT, 880 S. Broad
way, tf
• -i -i
FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK
ITIOR SALE A OOOD FAMILY HORSE, 2:36
. gait, and lady oan drive, nsw. Elmyrast. 21
FOR SA LE — M ISC ELLA NEOUS
Its OR SALE—NEW WHITE NEW HOME
: Eldridge it and other makes, at 820 to $35, on
the no agent plan; ?1 iter week payments. Y. H I Tit
SEWING MACHINE, oflice 23-t B.Spring, 6-88
*i;soil SALE—DON'T YOU WANT TO BUY OR
I seii your office or store fixtures? You win he
wise to call at headquarters of counters nnd shelv
ing. R. CLIFFORD, 608 8. spring. 4-ls
■TjlOß SALE ELECTRO MOTOR; 1-8 IT. P., 110
.1 volts, with air pump attachment, w ire, bank of
lamps, etc , fto price of out tit. 12S X, Main, room 1.
ITIOR SALE-CHEAP. A 3 HORSE POWER
J elreti ie motor, In tirSt-CIaSS Older. Apply
Royal Bakery, iiss. Spring st. 8-21 ff
KIOR SALE-ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK ELE
.I vator at a sacrifice. Inquire at tho Herald
business olllce. 12-tf
ITIOR SALE—HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR.
" household furniture at 521 s, Broadway. 2H
losI os ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, IN-
J corporated copies the entire hfth floor of
the now Currier block. 212 W. Third at.; largest,
Oldest, best; elegant and commodious rooms, in*
tensely practical courses of study, able nnd expe
rienced specialists as teachers, "complete equip
ments, perfect lighting and ventilation, rooms
heated by steam, tirsi-ciass elevator service; five
courses of study—commercial) shorthand and
typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assaying;
the school Is thorougnly live and progressive; It
Inspires an welt nsteuclies; day ami evening ses
sions; individual and class instructions! successful
graduates; line class of students; visitors cordially
welcomed: full information, persona)lv or by mail.
E. H. SURA DER. pres. E. K. ISAACS, vice-pres.
I. N. INSKEEP, sec. 8-26-7
\jrj*OODBUBY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN
tt corporated), 286 s. Spring st., is the oldest
and largest commercial school in SontberuCalifor
nia; the most beautiful college rooms and equip
ment to be found in tbe state; elevator for pupils'
use; a large faculty of experienced and nolo In*
Btructors; open the ent ire year; both day and even
ing sessions; a practical English course, a thor
ough business course and a course in shorthand
and typewriting under an experienced stenogra
pher. Write or call for Illustrated oataloausand
full information, ti. A. HOUGH,president) N. <J.
FELKER, vice-president.
MEN AND WOMEN TAUGHT TO MAKR
. crayon portraits In spare hours at their
homes by a new. copyrighted method! those learn
ing my method will he furnished work hy me by
which they can earn S>» io $18 per week; send for
particulars. H. A. GRIPP, Oermau artist, Ty
rone, Pa. Jy2i
ITUtOEBEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE ROSAS)
" training school for kindergarten; also school
for boys and girls of all grades; opens September
23d. Apply to MADAME LOUIS CL AVER lE.
*-7-ly
BO YNTO N NOR MA L. Ft IR TE ACHE RS
only, begins September Kith; teachers aided
iv getting positions; teachers, governesses and
tutors supplied. Room 625 stimson block. «-30tf
(1 IRES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, 1918-1022 S.
J(~ Grand aye.; a boarding and day school; kin
dergarten In connection; carriage service. MISS
PARSONS and Miss DENNEN, principals, tf
I- OS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL FOR
_J kindergartners. Fall term Septemher l*th.
MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, 67» w. Twonti-third st.
6-Blf
321T0N SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 138 W. PICO
_S! HORACE A. BROWN, LL. B.
HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES 1003 W.
Seventh st, 6-8
ASSAYER AND CHEMIST^^
rpll E BLMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE AND
1 Chemical Laborntorv, 124 s. Main st. R. A.
PEREZ, E. Mm Manager. t-io
MUSICAL '
BAIUIAIN IN A SLIGHTLY USED STEIN
way upright piano. Address X., box 100, Her
ald olfice. tf
» STORAGE
DRY AND CLEAN STORAGE FOR HOUSE
liold goods, pianos, trunks, etc. City Ware
house, 675 Upper Muiu St., 0. T. SMITH, Proprie
tor. Tel. 1145. tf
Stockholders' Meeting
rriHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK-
X holders ofthe Precipice Canyon Water com
pany will be helil Wednesday, April I, ia<w, at 10
oclock a. m , at the olllce of the company at La*
mandaPark, Los Angeles county, California, for
tbe purpose of election of directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and such other business as may
come before the meeting.
By order of the president.
3-Sl HERMAN BLATZ, Secretary.

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