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-City Pntr 1 * Agencies THE HERALD In order to accommodate the pnblic The Herald Ms established branch agencies, where copies of fh» Dally and Sunday will be on sale and adver tising and subscriptions taken and forwarded to |he main office as soon as received. These branch agencies do not include the hun dreds of book stores and news stands ln all parts •f the city where The Herald is also for sale. BOYLE HEIGHTS K. DONNELL, Newsdealer, 2108 East First street. EAST LOS ANGELES MBS. E. C THACKEK, Newsdealer, 194 North Daly street. •AN FERNANDO STREET M'KINNIE'B PHARMACY, 1488 San Far nando street. WESTLAKE PARK DONALD A. ROSS, Newsdealer, 2100 West Seventh street. UNIVERSITY H. L. P.MIK. lirugs, Stationery, Etc., Postofflce building. SOUTH CENTRAL AVENUE CHICAGO PHARMACY, corner Central avenue and Twelfth street. RATES FOR CLASSIFIED ADS. Fire cents a line each insertion; $1.00 per line per month. Six words make a line. Fraction of a line counts same as | full line. Terms cash in advance. Postage stamps taken in sums ot less than ji.oo. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD Jlesers. Oeorze P. Row-II & Co.. lo Soruce « -eet, Nsw Yerk, who are the recognized an •lk Uy on the circulation ol newspepers, have ni 1 The Her * ld that they wi " o ubll * b "h next U,ue ol Pr,nter »' •-**• * nd • J *° '* lbc Mtwsp-iptr Directory for iBq6, the A-.r.c.». ctofThe „„.,„., GUAR*. <TEnD CIRCULATION: _ . . . lay papers ia Ca llornla have " Only feur Sun. * .. fc , , , .■as Is accorded the Los An sa high a circulation .... , . m „■.- 'übl shers of the Amen gates Herald, end the k ™™,»» ">' Will guarantiee the can Newspaper Directs » ■ .. L , , ... i rating accorded to accuracy of the circulation * . . hundred dollars, this paper by a reward ol on. • .. _„.«_ . vho successfully payable to the first perssn \ •saalls It." It might not b= out ol place to »«• out afatetalola-is publications Issued 1 n L "" or ' Hia tbere ere but three which moke v 1 sworn •tatement to their circulation. THE HERALD IS ONE OF THE THREE. _ CHURCHI NOTICES j PRESIDENT of the National Spiritualist Association. Will speak lor tne Harmonlal Spiritualist | Association at their new music hall. -31 B. Spring St.. Sunday morning at 10:30. awl afternoon at 2:30 ocloek. At the morning service W. .1 Colvllle will be present awl give a brie!' address, Mrs. Marretta • 'handler of San Francisco, the gifted so prano, will sing. At the close of the af- , ternoon address Mrs. Ada Foy will dem- , onstrate the truth of the continuity■ ot life by giving mag sags is from the so-called dead. A pressing Invitation la extended to all spiritual soclellen and to those friendly to the cause within visiting dis tance of our city to avail themselves of the opportunity to hear this f-rand and eloquent expositor of our glorious ptnyl osophy. Evening service commencing promptly at 7:30. wil h km mnnlrational ad dress, entitled "Life in the Spirit World, ) following wllh spirit m"ssuges. ami lull names iroui o«.r crleiacts in spirit tiie by our pastor. Mrs. Ada Foye: coniraAlo solo. Mrs. Emma Sherwood: n">nsici>l di rector, Mrs. San ford Johnson: S. D. Dye, preouieni. west rust st. J 1 FIRST SPIRITUAL SOCIETY MEET- , ings today at 2:80 and 7:30 p. in., m Metn orial hall. Odd Fellows' building. 2201. S. Main st. Two of the grandest and most eloquent expositors ol the spiritual philosophy. \V. J. Colvllle and Harrison ; V. Barrett, president of the National As- I soeiation of Spiritualists ut Washington, f D. C will divide time at the evening set- vices: subject. What Spiritualism is Do- j ing; or. Success and Prosperity Attend ant Upon Its Teachings. Avail yourselt , friends of this opportunity of hearing two of the greatest speakers at one meeting, i Following the lectures, Mrs. Baldrldge Mr. Tatum and Mr. Green will give tests and full names of your spirit friends. Solo by Mrs. Chandler of Oakland: violin solo b'v Mr. Whitelaw ot Boston. Fol lowing' Mr. Colvllle's address in the after- , noon Mr. Frains, the physical medium. Will get spirit taps upon a table while I standing three feet distant, that can he | distinctly heard in all parts of the hall. Those who wish to see the wonder-work- ; er should attend at the 2:30 meeting. The tWO speakers and the three mediums first mentioned in the evening 7:BoSharp; long program. 3 FROF. FRED BELL Wil'.L LECTURE, sing and give dramatic readings at the Friday morning club hall. 880Vjj S. Broad way, between Third and Fourth sis., this evening at 8 oeloek; subject of lecture, shams; synopsis of lecture. Insincerity the curse'of modern civilization, many kinds of shams, puny pigmies. m"n of iron purpose. Has degeneracy come to the people of this new world. Every-day shams, saints hv profession and satans by intention: easier to be critical than correct, evil thoughts. The noblest work of the God, Spirit of Nature. Prof. Rell is an original thinker and fearless speak er and has some striking truths to utter on the above subject. Doors open at , :ta; commences at S sharp. Collection at the door. 10 cents. _ 3 •I MP SON M. E. TABERNACLE. HOPE near Seventh. The famous Schubert quartette slim before and alter the even ing sermon; the new church quartette choir both morning and evening. Rev. Dr. C. C. McLean preaches at 11 a. m. anil 7:30 p. in. Tomorrow (Monday) night Hose Hartwiok Thorpe, author ot Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight, and E, ('arson Thorpe. Hans, author and humorist, give their popular recital. Admission, 85cents. The Schubert quartet give another of their grand concerts on Tuesday night. 3 Marcus a. caxni >n. who is now on a pilgrimage from Hades through Tar tarus and de henna to the Holy Land, will speak Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. 7:4") p. m., in the lecture room of the Aquarian Unity (Mrs. O. M. Blanchard, president!. Acme, US' B. Fifth st.. room a. basket collection. Subject this even ing. The Devil us a Reformer. Special classes for students of occultism, in pay-* cho-Pnoumio Therapeutics, laws of med tumshlp, materialization, intercommuni cation, and the tinal transposition to the Theo-Anthropostie Degree of Being. :i CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LAT ter Day Saints, in hall 215 S. Spring st. Sunday school at 10 a. in. Preaching al 7:30 p. m. This evening Elder J. 1). Ir vine will speak uptn Characteristics of the Church of Christ. If you desire to be able to distinguish the true church from man-made systems, come and hear Elder Irvine, who will give you an in fallible rule by which all sects may be correctly judged. Seats free. No collec tions. .'! THE TRUTHSEEKERS MEET AT 11171s. N. Main st. today. Sunday conference meeting at 10:30 a. in. These meetings are growing iv numbers and interest. Free to all. Evening nice!ing at 7:30 p. m. Lecture by onr president, John Briggs; subject. Natural or.Supernatural. Followed by tests by Mrs. Galbreath. The ordination of a medium will follow. Come early lor seats. Admission l i cc. 3 CHURCH OF THE UNITY (UNITAR- Ian), cor. Third and mil sts.. Rev. J. S Thomson, pastor. Service Sunday at 1] v. m.; Sabbath school. 9:80 a, in.; subject Sunday morning, Christ's Doctrine of Reconciliation Between Cod and Man There will be no evening service. 8 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Flgueroa and Twentieth sts. Preaching by the pastor. Rev. Burt Estes Howard, al 11 a. m. At 7:30 p. m. an address will be given by B. M. Baumgardt; subject, The Origin of the Universe. 3 CHURCH NOTICES ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, "rWISCOPAL Olive st., opposite the park. Open every day in the year. Dally service at 10 a. m. The clergy will respond to all calls for the offices of the church for strangers or visitors, without respect to creed: burials, marriages, baptisms or visita tions of the sick. Use of the church cheerfully given free for funeral ser -1 vices. Tel 143 red. tf SIMPSON M. E. TABERNACLE, HOPE near Seventh st.: 9:30 Sabbath school: 11 i a. m.. sermon by the pastor; 6:30 Epworth League: 7:30 sermon by tho pastor. Dr. McLean. Schubert celebrated quartette will sing before and after the sermon. 3 ' THKOSOPHY —LECTURE BY STAN - ley Fltzpatrick at Odd Fellows' hall Sunday, 11 a. m.: subject, Theosophy, the Church and Spiritualism. At 7:45 p. m.. lecture by H. L. Leader; subject Karma. 1 Admission free. 3 IMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I cor. Tenth and Pearl. Rev. W. J. Chiches ter, D.D.. pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. nr.: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.: Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Everybody welcome. 3 Y. M. C. A.—THE 3 OCLOCK MEETING will be held today at Simpson tabernacle. John G. Woolley, whose oratorical fame is world-wide, will speak to men only. The Male quartet will sing. Admission free. 3 FIRST UNIVERSALIS'!' CHURCH, CAL edonia hall. U9U S. Spring st.. Rev. A. A. Rice, pastor. -Sunday school 10 a. m.: preaching, 11 a. m.. by Rev. H. Slade of Elgin, 111.; subject, Show Thyself a Man. 3 REV. A. P. GRAVES. D. D.. THE NOTED evangelist from New York City, will preach at the Central Baptist church, cor. of Pico and Flower sts., Sunday, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 2 EARLE—THE WONDERFUL INDE pendent slate writer, has returned to Ihe city and can be consulted dally at Hotel Catalina. 439 Broadway. Parlors 22. 5-3 FREE THEOSOPHICAL LECTURE AT southeast cor. Hill and Tenth streets. AVednesday. May Sth. 7:30 p. m.; subject. Practical Theosophy. All Invited. 3 PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL church, Twenty-first St.—Services Sun days at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. N. T. Edwards, pastor. sun-tt REV. BURT ESTES HOWARD. PASTOR of the First Presbyterian, corner Flgue roa street, will preach today at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. sun-tf Y. M. C. A.—JOHN O. WOOLLEY WILL speak at 3 ocloek, Sunday, iv Simpson auditorium; to men only: admission free. SPECIAL NOTICES BUSIN ESS NEWSPAPER—THE DAILY Journt'.l; a business newspaper; publish ing all the county official records, real estate transfers, mortgages and liens, bulldlm: news, contract work, flnnaclal news, s nd all news relating to the re so'.rces and development of Southern Callforn ia and the great territory of the soul hwest. One dollar per month, or In aoi cance $10 per year. 227 W. First St., Los Angeles, Cal. 0-1 tf NOTICE—"'THE LOS ANGELES CITY Water Ct>. will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are betwe en the hours of H and 8 ocloek a. m. and U and 8 ocloek p. m. For a vio lation cf ti 16 above regulations the water will he shL't off and a fine of $2 will he charged be, ore the water will be turned on again. 10-30 -DR. CYRUS EPSON'S AL leged cur ? ft r consumption seems to be proving LtßOll a success; cases treated at cost of the remedies used for one month, b> DR. PILE JNGTON, The Winthrop. 30 330 S. Spring st. WANTED—GREATEST MONEY MAKER out; costs 5 oents. sells for 25 cents: need ed by every family: 20.00U sold ln Min neapolis: send 5 cents for sample. DO MESTIC MFG. CO.. 606 N. Washington aye., Minneapolis. Minn. WELLS & EAKINS REMOVED TEN doors south to 33s South Broadway, where we hope to see all old friends and many new ones. We want more cheap houses, city lots and near in acres, to sell and exchange. 3 MINERVA-COSMOS- The M. K. system. For 50 cents a month you can read 50 leading magazines at your home. Call at 433 S. Broadway. 5-8 EXCHANGE—FEED AND SALE STA bv'e; buy and sell on commission horses, wvigons, harness, hay and grain. Ad va-nees made. Stalls for rent day or moo'ith, 508% S. Broadway. 5-7 FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF CHILDREN received into tho Boys and Girls Aid So ciety since the last publication, half or phans: Eva Dunn, 12 years; Walter Dunn, 9 years. Q. J. DAVIS. CONTRACTOR AND builder. Houses built for cash or install ment plan. Money to loan to parties con lemnlating building. 408 S. Broadway. Tel." 1141 Main. 4-9-tf MANUFACTURING AND SELLING right for the best crude petroleum ol! burner for domestic use In the world, for sale. Call and see it in operation at 310 S. Main st. 8 SEND 10 C:SNTS FOR PACIFIC CUPID, a matrimonial paper; particulars of bu reau in this issue. MRS. M. IS. HERTZ. Manager, 312 Hyde St.. San Francisco. 3-19 WANTED —ALL SOLDIERS AND THEIR dependent ones to know that my office is new located at J2OC, S. Spring st. JAMES PXJGH, U. S. Pension Attorney. (j-1 JAMES SPRING. ~~ Carpenter and Builder. All kinds of repairing neatly done to or der. 439 S. Flower st. 5-12 A DIVINE HEALER AT 344 S. HILL St.: cures stuttering and stammering; consultation free. 6-1 WANTED—STOCK—I2i'«j ACRES PAS turage at Ballona. See WILHELM, 820 S. Main st. 5-1S J. B. FROVA. PRACTICAL CHIMNEY sweeper. Residence 709 Macy St., Los An geies. 5-9 MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY ANY PERSON WITH PURE BLOOD need not be afraid of germs. But when the germs find entrance to the tissues trouble begins. Keep your skin healthy and promote circulation by electricity and massage. MRS. DR. A. MAYER. 517 S. Broadway, The Wiley, 31-32 10-2 EDITH ANWAY. FORMERLY OF BOS ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that are healthful and refreshing; no rivals. 223 S. Main St., room 3. 5-15 MASSAGE AND ALCOHOL BATHS—KM Winston St.. upstairs, one block east of postonTee, between Fourth and Fifth sts. 6-6 INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO GIVE MAS sage treatment, hy competent person. Address D, box 30, Herald office. 3 THE FRENCH LADY FROM 220' i EAST Seventh st. has removed to 815-Vs S. Main st., room 4. 5-4 | MISS REV IRVING. ARTIST, PHOTO tinting and mounting: new style. 120 N, Main st., rooms 2 and 5. 5-3 WINNIE BELL, ROOM 4, 317 COMMER ciaI st. Massage and alcoholic baths. 5-2* SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 449% S. Spring st., parlors 1-2. 5-15 MISS GRACE ROBINSON. NEW HELL man, 120 North Main, room :i, massage. 15 MISS MAY STONE C.IVES ALCOHOL baths. 202 N. Maui si., room 17. 5-22 JULIA MANSFIELD, ROOM 8 T>o N. Main st. ' 5.5" MISS MAY RUSSELL—TI IE NEW HELL man, room 7. 5.6 LOST AND FOUND FOUND—A LADIES' ALLIGATOR-SKIN pocketbook, containing among other things papers and a trunk cheek of Soul hern Pacific company. Owner can obtain same by Identifying at Herald office, tf STRAYED -AT THE CONNOLLY Ranch. Vermont aye., ten sheep. Owner can have same by paying expenses. ELIZA CONNOLLY. 5-4-96 LOS ANGELES HEBALD: SUNDAY MOBNING, MAY 3, 1*96. HUMMEL BROS. & j Successors to PETTY. HUMMEL & CO., EMPLOYMENT AGENTS 800-802 W. Second st., ln basement California Bank Building. Tel. 509. Office hours from < a. m. to 7:30 p. nt., ex cept Sundays. WANTED—FRUIT RANCH HAND. 820. etc.: engineer, $45 month: Swedish ranch hand. 820, etc; ranch hands call we will have many new orders Monday. Allaround cook. $35. etc.: colored waiter. 825, etc.; dish washer, $6. etc.: cook. A. T., 880, etc.; lirst class hotel porter ami runner, $25. etc.; short order cook, $12, ] etc. WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT. House girl in mountains, t'S\ etc.: fam- j lly cook, city, $25, etc.: girl uo assist. US, etc.: two housegirls. city, $20. etc.. each; another, $18, etc.; houseglr'.s, country, j $20 and $25, etc., month; womnn cook, small hotel. $30. etc.; waitress, city. $2<>. etc.; call Monday wa will bum many new orders. 3 WANTED—TEN BOYS OR YOUNG*MEN from each school or college In the city I to work a portion of the time for Tho Herald. Twenty-five cent*- in cash will be paid for each new nnane.and every canvasser will have an opportunity to win one or more of the following prises: ! One $100 first-class bicycle, a gold hunt ing case watch, a si]: mofiths' scholar ship in a business college, double-bar- i relied breech-loading shotgun. $20 suit ot Clothes, $20 overcoat, round trip to San Diego or Catalina and return. Either of the latter Includes a free dinner at the Coronado Hotel or Hotel de Avalnn. 3-lltf WANTED— SALESMAN, clothing man, operator, shoemaker, box maker, wheelwright, correspondent, bookkeeper, solicitor, apprentice, real es tate offlceman with $50; po-rter. gardener, 1 hatter, roustabout, pattern maker, cook, i country, assistant gardener, mechanical 1 clerical and unskilled assorted situations. I Nurse, waitress, storegirl. domestics. I tailors, assistant housework, housekeep- j er, chamberwork. apprentice, glovemalf- i er. finisher, laundress, cook man and wife. EDWARD NITTINGER, 321)'-. S. Broad- i way. 3 WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO work at home: I pay $8 to $10 per week for making crayon portraits; new pat- ! ented method; nny one who*?an read or ' write can do the "work at home ln spare i time, day or evening: .send for partlcu- ' lars and begin work nt once. Address H. , A. GRIPP, German artist, Tyrone. Pa. 2tit-sun 1 WANTED—SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY ! for appointment for young men in rail- | way mail service. Examinations soon in every state. Particulars about all gov- ! eminent positions free. NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE, Washington, D. C. 8-10 WANTED—STRONG. WILLING BOY. 16 or 17 years old, to work In store; a good chance for the right boy. Must live with parents. BROWN BROS., 249-251 S. , Spring st. 4 i A GOLD WATCH FOUND A prominent society lady who lost her watch last week, found it by advertising in these columns. SIX WORDS 5 CENTS WANTED—SALESMEN TO SELL ON commission the best six gloves produced in this country. HUNICKE GLOVE CO.. St. Louis, Mo. • -it-sun WANTED—INDUSTRIOUS MAN WITH $125 in produce and provision market. Apply to MAUONEY & ROBINSON, 426 S. Main st. 4 WANTED—YOUR PATRONAGE, RELl able help furnished promptly. REID'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 123 W. First st. . tf E. T. CASEY & CO.. 113% S. BROADWAY, employment office: we furnish reliable hotel and household help. tf WANTED—A GOOD BARBER. $0 PER week guaranteed. 61 S. Fair Oaks aye., Pasadena, Cal. 4 WANTED—HELP FREE—27 SlTUA tions, 320% S. Broadway. E. NITTIN GER. HELP WANTED-FEMALE WANTED—WE MUST HAVE HELP. We pay men and women $10 to $18 per week for easy home work. No books or peddling. Steady employment guaran teed. Send stamp for work and partic ulars at once. HERMAN-V & SEYMOUR, 213 South Sixth st., Philadelphia, Pa. 4-7 3t a wk WANTED—A YOUNG LADY FOR EM ployment office to attend the ladies' de partment: must be well acquainted in city, and one that has had some exper ience in this line preferred. Address O, box 10. Herald office. 3 WANTED—LADY WITH $100 TO TAKE charge of office business paying im mense profits. Address G., box 00, Herald . office. 3 WANTED—A HALF-GROWN GIRL TO adopt into a small family and pood home. Address R., box Si, Herald office. 3 i WANTED—YOUNG LADY TO ATTEND reception room in photo gallery, 332 South Broadway. 4 i SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE WANTED—SITUATION BY" YOUNG man of 26, clerical preferred: excellent references; can pay small bonus. Room 27, Freeman block. 5 SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE i WANTED—A POSITION BY" A LADY OF experience as manager or housekeeper of a hotel or large boarding-house, either at the beach or ln the city; best of refer- ; ences given: only those meaning business need answer. Address 249 S. Broadway, room 2. 3 WANTED—SITUATION BY GOOD GER- ; man woman, position as cook, or to do general house work; can do both German and French cooking: city or country; lIS West Sixth St., next Main. 6 WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER; ANY ONE going away and wishing a responsible party to take charge of house during ab sence; lady from the east. No. 121 W. Ann st. 8 WANTED-LADY LATE FROM THE North wishes position as housekeeper and companion. Address 2816 E. Third ' st., city. 15 WANTED AGENTS WANTED—MAN TO TAKE AGENCY OF a good thing, entirely new; big money in it; party answering must have a little money. Address S., box 40, Herald office. WANTED—2S LADY AGENTS: EXPEN ses and good salary guaranteed. Call at rooms 7-8. 254 S. Broadway, from May 4t h to 7th. 7 WANTED—THREE OR FOUR GOOD agents to solicit for dye works. Inquire Eighth and San Pedro sts. 3 WANTED—TO RENT VA NT ED—TO EENT\ *JUNH tags of 5 rooms west of Hill and south of Third sts.: must be iv good condition, with shade trees, small lawn etc.; per manent tenant with best of references. Address RENTER, care Business Man ager, Herald office. tf WANTED—FURNISHED COTTAGE OR three or four nicely furnished rooms, lo cated between Seventh aud Pico , Hill and Tearl. Address P, box 10, Herald office. 4 FOR EXCHANGE—WHAT HAVE YOU . to offer for a paying restaurant. Address A, box 10, Herald office. 4 BICYCLES S. LARBEN & CO. HAVE THE AGENCY for Relay bicycles. 282 W. Fifth st. 8-10 I ■■ 1 ■I > "■■ 1 ESTATE^ WANTED--HAVE CUSTOMERS ""FOR one navel orange ranch, bearing trees, 10 to 20 acres. One alfalfa ranch, 20 to 40 acres. Parties owning desirable Improved ranches of large or small else, and who are willing to sell at low figures can Hud buyers hv rf;dre«cb,p. «w*h fi-p detntls, WM. F. BOSBYSHELL & CO., 3 10. tiroauway. WANTED— A LOT ABOUT 50x160 AND 3 or 4 room house, and I will not pay over $500 or $600 for same, and I want to pay $50 down and $12 or $15 a month. I don't care if this Is out ln the suburbs, Just so I it is convenient to get to town. Call on HINTON & WHITAKER. 123 W. Second I St., if you have anything to offer. 4-22tf V'IVTKP-Tl' BUY :' LOTS SOUTH OF I Ninth or west of Pearl; part cash, bal- J anoe in Hoyie Heignta iota. Address ROBERT R. JOHNS, city. 3 ! WANTED TO PURCHASE-I WOULD buy n ranch. 40 to 160 acres, for spot cash, if very cheap; give description. Address P. O. box 124, University. 8 ! WANTED—FOR SPOT CASH—LOT [ close in: must be bargain: write full | particulars. Address G., box 50, Herald I office. 3 WANTED—HOUSES AND LOTS ON TH R 1 installment plan: have some good cus tomers. CREASINGER, 217 S. Broad \ way. " WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS I WANTED—TO TAKE PARTIES TO j Yosemlte Valley or other summer re sorts. Have wagon, teams, etc.. suitable for camping. Reasonable rates. Address G. W. GRAY, 3010 Garland St., or Station A., city. 3 j WANTED—BY A NEAT SEAMSTRESS, plain sewing and mending; children's clothing a specialty. Call or address ; MRS. SMITH, 414 S. Hill St., in the rear. 7 ! WANTED—GOOD HORSE AND LIGHT buggy for the keep; will give best refer ence and board horse in first-class stable. Address 8., box 60, Herald office. tf WANTED—TURKEY EGGS AND young turkeys. in small or large quan tities. Address immediately. EDWIN j BARBER, Chatsworth. Cal. 3 WANTED—HOUSE RAISED. ROOM L built and little cash in exchange for large vacant lot. WM. GORDON, Ter n pie St., power house. 6 WANTED—LADIES' AND GENTS' BlCY cles for cash. CENTRAL PARK CY CLERY, 518 S. Hill st., bet. Fifth and Sixth. 6 WANTED—FURNITURE TO PACK. UN pack, set up. varnish and polish; terms reasonable. No. 420 and 435 S. Spring st. 3 WANTED—A KEATING BICYCLE, '95 , pattern. Must be in good condition and i low price. M, Box 30, Herald office, tt WANTED—NOTICE: ALL PERSONS wanting cattle dehorned call on J. P. ALLEN, 732 East Seventeenth st. 16 1 WANTED—A GOOD SADDLE HORSE: must he good, sound and cheap. Ad dress W., box 50, Herald office. 3 WANTED—FIRST CLASS INCUBATOR: must be in good condition. EDWIN BARBER, Chatsworth, Cal. 3 WANTED—AN IRON OR STEEL SAFE: will pay cash. CREASINGER, 247 8. Broadway. 3 EDUCATIONAL LOS ANGELES COLLEGE, incorporated, occupies the entire fifth floor of the new Currier block, 212 W. Third st.: largest, oldest, best: elegant and commodious rooms, intensely prac tical course of study, able and exper ienced specialists as teachers, complete equipments, perfect lighting and ventila tion, rooms heated by steam, flrst-class elevator service: live courses of study— commercial, shorthand and typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assaying; the school is thoroughly live and progres sive; it inspires as well as teaches; day and evening sessions; individual and class instructions: successful graduates; tine class of students: visitors cordially welcomed: full information, personally or by mail. E. R. SHRADER, pres.. E. X, ISAACS, vice-pres., I. N. INSKEEP, ■ sec. 2-26-7 ' WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN j corporatedi. 226 S. Spring St., is the oldest and largest commercial school in South ern California: the most beautiful col lege rooms and equipment to be found in the state; elevator for pupils' use: a large faculty of experienced and able In structors; open the entire year; both day . and evening sessions: a practical Eng lish course, a thorough business course and a course ln shorthand and typewrit ing under an experienced stenographer. Write or call, for illustrated catalogue and full information. G. A. HOUGH, 1 president; N. G. FELKER, vice-presi dent. MEN AND WOMEN TAUGHT TO MAKE j crayon portraits in spare hours at their 1 homes hy a new, copyrighted method; ; those learning by method will be fur ! nished work by me by which they can earn $8 to $16 per week: send for particu lars. H. A. GRIPP, German artist. Ty rone, Pa. jy2l MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S School of Elocution and Dramatic Art ! Sl6 S. Pearl St., formerly of Washington D. C.; special terms to schools: thorough vocal training: private lessons or classes; also dramatic training for theatrical pro fession. 4-5-97 FEOEBEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE , Rosasi training school for kindergarten; i also school for boys and girls of all : grades; opens September 23d. Apply to MADAME LOUIS CLAVERIE. Si-fly GUITAR LESSONS BY NOTE. EXECU , tlon a specially; guarantee scholars able to play In society In three months; SO cents per lesson. MRS. C. B. WAITE, I 2.->t 8. Broadway. 3 I BOTNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS I only, begins September 16th: teachers aided in getting positions; teachers, gov- I ernesaes and tutors supplied. Room 525 Stimson block. 6-30tf LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL for kindergartners. Fall term September 3Mh. MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, 679 W. Twenty-third St. 6-Btf SPANISH TAUGHT BY PROFS. SIMMS & Son. 23 cents per lesson. 622 N. Main St. 9 ETON SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 136 W. Pico st. HORACE A. BROWN, LL. E. HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES, 1003 \\ . Seventh st. 6-6 FURNITURE AN ELEGANT PIANO WILL RESOLD at auction at 10 a. m., on Tuesday, at No. 1224 Georgia Bell St.; owners going east. This Is a rare chance to buy one of tho finest pianos in the city. 3 AUCTION SALE OF ELEGANT FURNl nlture at No. 1221 Georgia Bell st., on Tuesday, at in a. m. 3 DRESS/HA KING FASHIONABLE 1) RES S MA K~ER ,~~8T~Yl" -ish cutter and designer'will accept en gagements by day, week or month; no objection to the country. Tailor-made and wedding outfits a specialty. 132 8. Olive st. 6 MACHINE MANUFACTORY YON SERKEY MANUFACTURING CO.. 234-236 E. Second st., manufacturers of special machinery, dies and models; only accurate work; guaranteed. OFFICE OF JOHN JONES. JR. FO £.? A . L, ?~* BOOO - DRUa STORE, DOING good business; Invoice more: owner will yen whole or two-thirds, simply end sole- SJSSS'* £ ia mlnd '« made up to study medicine. Druggists now Is your time. 2 F £ K SA f-E-»S00». XitARE CHANCE TO Invest In a strictly cash business. Staple ™. < "* t: ■ y . ou ' ,aye capital and busl- Uy c *PabH!tlea tills ia your opportun -15000 WILL BUY HALE INTEREST IN A .-.Jr™ ,hat the P ubl!c are forced to patronize. 2 OK , r L OLDEST Es tablished and best-paying deals that can be offered. Just renovated, with all the latest tmprovemenie to meet the pres ent demand. Owner will be glad to re tain half interest If satisfactory partner ship can be effected. 2 $12i0-LiyERT STABLE. CONTAINING leaae, . horses. 6 turnouts, wagon, har ness and necessaries for running the place: now has 15 boarders, good loca tion, making money. If you are built that way It will pay you to get details 2 BWOS-HAVE FULLY THIS AMOUNT OF hardwood lumber. Invoice cost; will trade for house and lots In this city: good value: owner retiring from business: fine chance to get cheap lumber ln exchange for property. T.° buy .\ l e " or exchange any business call at 228 Tiyrno bldg. FOR SALE—SISO WILL BUY A HALF IN terest ln a photogruph gallery, located at one of tho most popular seaside resorts in Southern California; no experience required, and a good chance for lady or gentleman desiring to puss the summer at the seashore aud make more than ex penses. Address G, box 70, Herald office. 3 FOR SALE—RIVERSIDE IS THE PLACE where one hundred and forty to fifty thousand dollars are spent every year ih fertilizing the county. 1 have a plant that you can buy for $750 cash, the bal ance on time; no competition; rare chance to make money. THOS. G. ASH TON, 229 Byrne bldg. X FOR SALE—PERSON DESIRING TO engage in the fuel, feed and poultry hus.uess can secure desirable location on business street by cxpehdlngsso for value received; rent $5 per month. Apply 301 E. Flftii st. 3 FOR SALE—BUSINESS OPPORTUNI ties; parties contemplating entering into business are auvised 10 nave same inves tigated by us before invest ing. MAHON EY & ROBINSON, appraisers. 120 S. Main st. 1 FOR SALE—S,IOO; RESTAURANT. Ex ceptional bargain: must be sold at once; run by present owner 7 years: never be fore such bargain offered: Spring st. close In. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First si. 8 FOR SALE—BLACKSMITH BUSINESS at cost of stock and tools; no competit ors; good stand: retiring on account of poor health. Address WALTER L. BRAY, Azusa, Cal. Box 93. 5-9-96 FOR SALE—A FINE MANUFACTUR ing business in this city for $3500: profits $200 to $250 a month; Investigate If you want a legitimate business. THOS. G. ASHTON, 229 Byrne bldg. 3 FOR SALE—MANUFACTURING AND selling right for the best crude petroleum oil burner for domestic use In the world, for sale. Call and see It in operation at 310 S. Main st. 8 FOR SALE—S2SO: PARTNER WANTED to attend cash counter In a flrst-class res taurant; owner will guarantee at least $75 ' a month net prolit. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 3 WANTED—STOCK GENERAL MER chandise from $."'OOO to $10 000; will pay % cash, balance in real estate at cash price. L. W. MITCHELL, 328 S. Broad way. 3 FOR SALE—SSOO. HOUSE AND LOT. FUR niture. turkeys, chickens, etc.; five min utes to center of city on Kurtz street electric road. Call No. 9 Clover st., E. L. A. 4 FOR SALE—SI6I.SO AVERAGE PER week last year. Write for particulars. F. HARRIMAN & CO.. St. Paul building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 26-May3 FOR RENT—A STORE: GOOD LOCA tlon for a bakery or restaurant. Apply 802 W. Seventh st., or 135 S. Broadway. R. B. YOUNG. 3 FOR SALE—RESTAURANT AT A B A It gain : central location: good business; long lease; see this snap. A. F., box 80, Herald office. 5 FOR SALE — CHEAP — MILLINERY store; good location; good reason for selling. Address G., box 30, Herald office. 3 FOR SALE—S2SO; SPLENDID CREAM ery. butter, cheese and egg market. MA HONEY oi ROBINSON, 426 S. Main st. 4 FOR SALE—GROCERY. COAL. FEED, hay and grain business; old stand: $1300. I. D. BARNARD. 1174 S. Broadway. 3 FOR SALE—A BAZAAR AND CIGAR store; a barga'n: 2 living rooms; $273. I. D. BARNARD. 11T% S. Broadway. 3 FOR SALE—CIGAR STORE AT ACTUAL value of slock: very choice location: $50i}. I. D. BARNARD. U7% S. Broadway. 3 FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSE OF 12 rooms, nicely furnished; pays big: only $550. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 3 FOR SALE—S6SO, 20-ROOM LODGING house, clearing $50 monthly net profit. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 3 FOR SALE—S2OO WILL BUY A PAYING c ataurant, if taken at once. Address C, box 40, Herald office. 4 FOR SALE CHEAP-BRANCH BAKERY and confectionary, soft drinks and cig ars. M 4 S. Main. 3 FOR SALE — CITY NEWSPAPER routes. Apply C. G. SPRENG, Herald business omce. tf FOR SALE—THE UNITED STATES restaurant, very cheap, cor. Requena and Main sts. 4 FOR SALE—SI2S: FRUIT, CONFECTION ery. etc. MAHONEY & ROBINSON, 426 S. Main st. 4 READ BEN WHITE'S ADS. IN Ex change and city real estate column; bar gains. 3 FOR SALE—S37S, NICE SALOON WORTH double. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 3 TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE I. D. BARNARD, 117% S. Broadway. FOR SALE—FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE at a bargain. 110 W. Fifth St. 3 FOR SALE—SI4OO. SALOON; MUST SELL. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 3 HOUSES^ FOR SALE - THE FINEST LODGING house ever offered for sale In Los Ange les: contains 60 rooms, 40 beautifully fur nished; has never been in the market; kept by present owner since building was erected: has a flrst-class. steady, regular income: best possible central location; price $3000. 1. D. BARNARD, 117% S. Broadway. 9 FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSE: I HAVE a large number of lodging houses for sale ou easy terms, and If you have not money enough to buy one I will lend it to you. I have several special bargains. CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway. 3 FOR SALE—NEW AND ELEGANTLY furnished lodging house; centrally lo cated; doing a well-paying business; good reason for selling. Apply NEW SANTA ROSA. 121 and 123% E. First st. 3 PALMISTS PROF. THE PALMIST,~HAS returned to this city and Is located at his old parlors. The Norwood. 556 S. Hill st., where he will be pleased to receive his many clients and friends. 5-3 CARPET CLEANING STEAM CARPET CLEANING, SEWING and laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS. 120 N. Spring. Tel. 1343. 8-9tf ASSAYER AND CHEMIST the" bi-metallic "assay office and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main st. R. A. PEREZ, E. M., Manager. 6-10 ______ MEDIUMS _____ ARRIVED—ARRIV?:i>-A RRIVEdT Advice that —BRINGS SUCCESS IS THE KIND OF ADVICE GIVEN BY PROF. B. W. ARLING. He Is Ihe greatest clairvoyant of Ihe tut. recpgm.... ne pr . v na'•_« brightest star. Ills power approaches the luo. tulcus, auu nc uiigiu v.-n termed the Isaiah of tne nineteenth century. His patrons commend bis efforts. All of them ore pleased and delighted with, his wonderful advice. Multitudes visit his parlors daily nnd arc made happy. v aroneiertui power excites in* .. .mir ation and Wonder of th*' most skeptical. Gifted by nature with wonderful ine dlumlstic skill, this remarkable man may be consulted on nil matters pertaining lo the welfare of the humun race. He gives advice on business, tells of your friends und enemies, removis evil Influences, gives ndviee pertaining to law suits, anec- Illations, Investments. Insurance, love, courtship, marriage and divorce, settles lover* turrets, |M-Uiutea me separaieo. and causes a speedy and happy marriage with the one of votir choice. He locales rones, etc. The iroubh i aM unfortunate should seek his co'i Bel. Thousands of families i, -tare iv, a-e" re-uni euu, r»ia Influence, thousands of hearts made giau oy nip truihiut promotions. Look beyond the clouds. Never de spair. Try a helping hand from PUOF. B. W. ARLING. He can give you experience, safety, wealth, success, prudence, wisdom, mar riage, health, progress, justice, fr end ship, truth, love and protection. Men of the world consult him on matters of busi ness; ministers of the gospel marvel nt Ills power. He Is the grealesf In his line. None sur pass blm. nnd few approach him. He Is the greatest living clairvoyant. See Ihe reliable PROF. B. W- ARLING lie has permanently established himself at 413 \V. Seventh St., bet. Hill and Olive. Si'ix iAi, Mv tt c— For the benefit of the strangers who are sometimes at a loss to determine which clairvoyant to consult. Prof. 11: W. Ailing has this to say: Always nonsuit the successful clairvoyant, for he Is nhlu to show you the way to success, consult the happy clairvoyant, for be will make you happy; consult a scholar, for he can guide you. In a word, consult PROF, B. W. ARLING, and you will llnd all these oualftles combined in him. Office hours from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun duj s. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Letters with stumps answered, No clairvoyant sign. Only name of PROF. B. W. ARLING on window. 413 W. Seventh st. 3 PROFESSOR B. W. ARLING— —THE CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT— Is in the city, at 413 W. Seventh st. ! ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENE- I FIT YOU. The Prof, challenges the world to prove j his equal. He reads the future without mistake, gives Valuable advice on all i affairs of life. He overcomes your ene- j m'.es. removes evil Inlluenres. heals fam ily troubles, restores lost affections, caus es happy marriages with the one ypU love; correct information on law subs, divorces, marriages, business speculation, names of friends and enemies; also the one you will marry. His success In the past proves his sunerlor ability to help you now: being successful in all cases where others have often failed. Thous ands of people have been made happy by his aid and advice. The professor is not required to return to such methods as charms and such trash, and does not wish to be classed with card-readers, etc.. but a life-reader from the laws of science, which is Olairvoyancy. Those who have been dee, lved hy pretenders must not give up ln despair, but consult the pro fessor at once; voti wil! lind him reason able In prices, and all business private | and confidential. Letters with stamp answered. Office 413 W. Seventh si., be tween Hill and Olive sts. Hours from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.: Sunday. 9 a. m. to ;, p. m. No clairvoyant sign, only name ol 1 RU FESSOR B. W. ARLING on Window. o-U MRS. WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND card medium. Is meeting with wonderful success. She Invites the most skeptical to prove her power. AH business affairs of life looked Into, for the advancement of your future. Will organize a develop ing class and gives readings dally from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 416',- Spring st. 9-1, wToREEN. S. D., CLAIRVOYANT. TEST and business medium. Diagnoses dis ease without asking quest ions, and spirit ual healer. Gives sittings dally: lest cir cles on Monday and Friday evenings: de veloping circle on Wednesday evening. 23fiii S. Spring at., room 6. Office hours, 9 to 5. _ **» MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON. THE INDE pendent slate writer and medium, gives sittings dally at 62S S. Los Angeles st., and holds circles on Thursday evening, at Bp. m.. of each week. Admission 50c, and will take a few pupils for piano les sons. b-13 MRS. PARKER, PALMIST, CLAIRVOY ant and medium: life reading .business removals, law suits, mineral locations. ; love affairs, etc. Take Third st. electric . car to Vermont aye. and Vine St. Sec- ' ond house on Vine st. west of Vermont aye. 6-30 LEONORA D ESTE-A MEDIUM FOR truth and Justice; the greatest card read- ; er of the age. and tells your future: charg es reasonable, l'arlors 17 and 18 San Jul ian, cor. Fifth and San Julian. 5-21 mmc! NORMAND, healer and life readlng medium; develops medium pow er; self healing and how to become a , medium nt your own home. 'iMi S. Main ; St., room 2. R E. g"fRAIM. PHYSICAL MEDIUM: manifestations in the light; circles. Tues day and Thursday evenings;! private sitt'lngs given dally. 767 Merchant st between Seventh and Eighth sts. 6-15 MME. GRACE. CELEBRATED CARD reader; tells past, present and future. Ladles 25 cents: gentlemen. 50 cents. Parlors 24 and 25, 520 Maple aye. 5-6 IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT to know your future consult ZINGARA, the gyps/, at 217 S. Hill st. office hours 10 a. m. to S" p. m. 8-1 MME. STANLEY. CELEBRATED CARD reader; reads your entire past and fu ture: ladles or gentlemen, 50c. l'arlors, 414 S. Hill. 5-18 MME. STANLEY, CELEBRATED CARD reader; reads your entire past and fu ture: ladies or gentlemen, 50c. Parlors. 401 S. Hill. "-18 MISS KATE I.AMPMAN WILL REMAIN in Los Angeles until Tuesday only; circle Monday eve; sittings daily. 223U Win ston st. 8 MRST BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOY ant card reader. Come and hear the truth. Downey blk., room 17. Price, 60 cents. 5-23 DR. W. GREEN —CLAIRVOYANT TEST and business medium. Sittings daily. 243 S. Spring. Room 6. 5-27 MRS. BARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY; circles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 433 S. Main St., opp. postofflce. 5-4 MRS. MANDENA, CLAIRVOYANT, card reader, palmist and astrologist, 245 S. Spring St., rooms 7-10. 5-25 AGNES H. PLBASANOE, TRANCE MED iuni, is permanently located at 634 S. Broadway. 13-tf DENTISTS PA. DENTAL CO.. A. J. STEVENS, MAN ager, makes a specialty of crown and bridge work and painless extracting. A good set of teeth $5. 226 S. Spring. Tele phone 1180. tf ADAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS. 289% S< Spring st.; painless extracting anil filling; plate $6. 88, $10; all work guaran teed; established lv years; hours, 8-5; Sun days, 10-12. FRANK STEVENS. 32P,i S. SPRING ST., open days and evenings; also Sundays; electric light. DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 108% S. Spring street, rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless extraction. SPECIALISTS DR. R? G. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC OP tlcian, with the Los Angeles Optical in sutuie; eyes examined free. 125 8. Spring at. RJ3STAURANTS TRY A JIEALAT THEGRAND PACIFIC Restaurant, 314 8. Main st. Our motto pure and good food, quick service. 6-11 I PACIFIC timount on all kinds of collateral secur ity, diamonds, Jewelry and seal skins, also on pianos, furniture and household floods In private lodging and boarding nouses and hotels, without removal. Par payments received. Money quick; uslness confidential: private office for idles, W. B. DKaftOOT, manager, .mis 2 and 4, 114 S. Springs!. UNION LOAN CO., Stlnison Block. Loans money on all kinds of collateral ; • urity; watches, diamonds, seal Bklns and furniture in lodging and boarding houses und on pianos, without removal; also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low Interest, money nt once; business confi dential; private office for ladles; room 111. CLARK K. SHAW. Manager, rooms 111 nnd 112, first floor, Stimson block, tf THIS GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN Society of San Francisco will make loans on Improved city n nd country property. On loans of $50»0 and under, oer ilihatcs of title from the Tltlo Insurance ami Trust Co. will bo . accepted, making the expenses on such loans very small, llulld •Ing loans a specialty. Apply to R. O. LUNT, Agent. 227 W. Second. G-13tf NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED What we nre! Who we arc! And where we are! Have yon discovered Ihe cheapest place in the city to get money on household furniture, diamonds, livestock, ware house receipts, slocks and bonds, all good collaterals, 228 Byrne building. tf ON EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AF ter March 28. the Stale Loan and Trust company will he opened from 7 to 8:30 p. m.. for Ihe benefit of Its Interest-bearing depositors, which arc received at 8, 4 und 3 per cent per unnum. The safe de posit department will also be open dur ing the same, hours to accommodate Its patrons. 6-4 L. It. COHN, The Los Angeles pawnbroker. 146 N. Main si., loans money on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, firearms, pianos, li braries and all other collateral securities: also sells unredeemed pledges for money loaned and one month's interest added; make no mistake, it is the reliable. L. 11. COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker. 9-10 MONFY TO LOAN—NOT BY THK BAR rel or bushel, but any amount desired, on real estate, furniture, watches, dia monds, pianos, live stock, etc. long or short time, interest reasonable; private office; business confidential, CHARLES C. LAMB, 226 S. Spring St.. entrance room 7. 5-11 MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS ! on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, pianos, safes, lodging houses, hotels and private household furniture; low Interest; money quick; private office for ladies. O, M. JONES, rooms 11 and 15, S. Broad way, adjoining city hall. 6-18 POINDEXTBR & WADBWORTH, HROK. | era, 805 W. Second si., buy and sell I slocks, mortgages, bonds and any good i securities: if you wish to lend or bor row or Invest in real estute call on us: collections made and property managed for non-residents. 2stf MONEY TO LOAN—CITY OR COUNTRY property, stj to f> net: personal notes or security; mortgages bought aud sold. If you have money to loan or wish to bor row any amount call on JOHN L. PAV KOVICH, 220 W. First St. tf NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT Co. loans money on all kinds of collateral security: money quickly: business strict ly confidential. Rooms 95 and 90, Ilryson block, fifth Moor. JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr IF YOU HAVE ANY FIRST-CLASS BE OUlitlea, mortgages, bonds, stocks or notes for sale, or wish lo make an Invest ment of this kind, address R. ALTS CHUL, 123U W. Second St., Burdiok blk. wed-su-tt IF YOU HAVE MONEY TO LOAN OUT, whether the amount is one dollar or one thousand, I can pine it. Nt 1 tos percent a month. Here is a chance for small Investors. NEWLYN. 231 Byrne bldg. 3 TO LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT at reasonable rales. WILLIAM F. BOS 11YSHELL, 107 S. Broadway. 10-13tf MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring st. 8-21 TO LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR small loans: no commission: light ex p, use. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 223 S. Spring st. R. A. NEWLYN. BROKER. 231 BYRNE bldg.. deals in bonds, stocks, mortgages, j first and second, and all good securities, tf ' TO LOAN—sli>'"'o TO $10.00,1 ON REAL Es tate security. ALLISON BARLOW. 123 ! S. Broadway. 6-7tf WANTED TO EOVROW ! WANTED TO BOmtOW—l CAN LEND , your money out at good interest, from 3 ! to lv per cent a mouth. NEWLYN. 231 I Byrne bldg. tf B USINESS PERSO.XALS I PERSONAL—JUST LIKE FINDING ;' money. Thai's what people say who have tried a small ad. in The Herald. They ; don't cost much, but the results are sim ply marvelous. In this popular depart j ment The Herald has made a gain of more than 200 per cut In the past few months. Big circulation counts. The Herald has it. If you want to talk to half tin people In Los Angeles and other parts of South, m California, try a small ad. In addition to the Immense and rapidly Increasing circulation of The Herald, lis sales by newsboys, on trains, at hotels and summer resorts, make It the advertising medium of the Paclflo coast. Look over Ihese small advertisements today. They will interest you and may make you some money. Tomorrow try one. Tha results will ba both surprising and satisfying. 6-3tf PERSONAL—R A LPHS BROS.—GOLD Bar Hour, $1; i Uy (lour, BOo; granulated i sugar, 18 lbs., 81: brown sugar, 18 lbs., $1; 9 lbs. rolled wheat or oats. 25c; sardines, I 5 boxes, 26c; tomatoes, 4 cans, 25c; 7 bars German family soap, 25c; 5 gallons oil, BOo; gasoline. 80c: 3 packages morning meal. 25c; lard. 10-lb. can. 65c; 12 lbs. beans. 25c; 0 lbs. rice, 25c. 600 Spring st., j cor. Sixth. 6-20 I MISFIT AND UNCALLED-FOR GAR- I mentis at less than half your tailor's prices at the Misfit Clothing Parlors, 121 W. First st., Wilson block. 4-14tf PERSONAL—B. MORRIS PAYS THE highest price for gents' second-hand clothing; send postal; will call. 111% Co mmercial st. 6-18 PERSONAL—IDA LIVINGSTON AT home from 10 a. m. to Bp. in. Rooms 41 and 42, old McDonald blk., 127 N. Manst., city. 8 PERSONAL PERSONAL —NEW PROCESS—IRREGU- IarIties, from whatever cause, cured with out medicine, instruments or pain: sure cure; $1 treatment; home. 819 Grand aye. ___ 6-3-6 WHY PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR $35 for a suit when you can get tho same thing for $12 at the Misfit Clothing Par lors, 124 W. First St., Wilson block 4-14tf PERSONAL - OENTLEM EN'S FINE fancy underwear made to order by a com petent lady. 617 S. Broadway, room 40, Second lloor. 5-6 PANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER for $6 and $8 we sell for $3 at the Mlstlt Clothing Parlors, 121 W. First st., Wil son block. 4-14tf CHIROPODISTS I MISS J. F. ALEXANDER. Clim6pc£ dist, treats feet; gives salt glow, mas sage; hours 9a.m.t08 p. m . 216 and 216 Wilson block, First and Spring streets 7-2 DR. ZACIIU. DISEASES OF THE FEET 253 6 . 2 g PIANOS KNABE AND VOSE& SONSPIANOSAT BIRKEL'S, Parlors 18 and 19, Pirtlo blk. tt HOUSb-MOVINO A FICE, 113 N. Broadway.