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RATES FOR CLASSIFIED ADS.
Five cents m line each Insertion;
$1.00 per line per month.
Six words make a line.
Fraction ol a line counts same as
Ml line. ,
CHURCH NOTICES
■T. PAUL'S CHURXTH. EPISCOPAL
Ollvest., opposite the park. Open every
day in the year. Dally service at 10 a. m.
The clergy will respond to all calla 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
vices. Tel. 143 red
wTTTmA'ILLE GIVES PRACTICAL
' instruction In spiritual science and phll
osophv this (Friday) evening ut S. in Ban
quet hall. Odd Fellows' bldg., In reply to
questions; 10c admission. I
SPECIAL NO TICES
CURINO CURES DRUNKENNESS!
CURINO CURES MORPHINE HABIT!
CURINO CURES TOBACCO HABIT!
Drunkards are cursed with a craving, j
gnawing appetite far alconoile dinu.. j
which appetite they cannot control or
satisfy. This morbid appetite frequently
Mi an Inherited predisposition as a con
stitutional cause, ami with such tne
hereditary vice is easily aroused to activ
ity and becomes un Irresistible controlling
Influence.
It fa not civilised mini's natural dis
position to relinquish ail that serves to
make lift happy In order to satisty his
liesire for drink. Such, however, is in
case whh dipsomaniacs. The periodical
drunkard presents no suoh positive path
ological chunges, as lie Indulge* but sel
dom, and allows the system lime to re
cover by eliminating Hie poison before It
has time to cause tissue Injuries .
Although such men sometimes go to
terrible excesses, in some Instances pro
longing ilie Heimlich for several weeks,
they either have a great appetite ami con
suinc much food, or else they depend
entirely on the liquor for aliment.
■When ipiantiiles of food ure ingested
it exercises a protecting Influence, keep
ing the gastric function! busy, neutraliz
ing to a large extent the poisonous effect
or the liquor, and therefore tending to
equal:*" the circulation, when iln- desire
for food is completely suppressed by the
liquor, ihe system Is left unprotected to
the mercy Of the alcohol and the nervous
organs receive tin full effect! of the
stun ulant.
Many persons iv the prime nf life per
suade themselves thai a moderate use ot
liquor taken regularly, even on anomptv
stomach, will cause no detrimental re
sults, us they experience no immediate
disagreeable symptoms. Many will even
claim thai their systems demand the
stimulus and that marked benefits follow
its use.
CURINO
Is lor sale by all druggists.
tf
HLECTRO-M EI >1A L INSTITUTE—FOR
the special treatment ot' all diseases of
women, Leucorrhoea, Disraenorrhoea
ami all female complaints, from what
ever cause, positively cured and restored
without medicine or operation by our
Improved method of Medicated Electric
ity scientifically applied* Chronic Cases
of Rheumatism, Nervous Debility, Neu
ralgia, et'-.. of long standing especially
invited. Treatment confidential. Cure
guaranteed. 212-; S. Broadway, parlors
HI and 17. 6-6
BUSINESS NEWSPAPER—THE DAILY
Journal: a business newspaper; publish
ing all the county official records, real
estate transfers, mortgages and liens,
building news, contract work, Unnaclal
news, and all news relating to tiie re
sources and development en' Southern
California and ihe groat territory of
the southwest. One dollar per month,
or in advance $10 per year. 227 W. First
St.. Los Angeles. Cal. 0-1 tf
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol
lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling
are between the hours of ( j and s oclock
a. m. and 0 and > oclock p. in. Kor a vio
lation of the above regulations the water
will be shu: off and v line of J2 will be
• hurged before tho water will be turned
on again. 10-30
NOTICE—ALL PERSONS IbM.IHNO UK- :
ceipts for pictures taken al 'I he Excel- i
sior Photograph Gallery, 352 S. Broad- j
way. Los Angele", will receive some i,v i
fending name an.l address and number of •
receipt. Address H. S. SIMMONS, North
Beach Bath House, photo gallery, Santa *
Monica. Cal. N. B.—Creditors v.dll also
send statements of accounts, ft >
UNION HAT SHOP-HATS Of ALL I
kinds cleaned, dyed, repaired, trimmed '■
and made over in the latest style, lvi W
Third st. ' 7-3
CASH PA ID FOR OLD JEWELRY
gold, silver, etc. G. SMITH. Manufac
turing jeweler, 11946 s. : pring si., up
stairs. 5-2C-.f
HOTSAI.T RATiIS. CURE FOR RHEUM
atism. by professional nurse. MRS M
PORTER. 740 S. Spring. :i '
PR. J. T. STEWART.OF THE BURDICK
has returned from a trip East, if ;
EXCUR 'lONS
ONCE A WEEK !
ducted excursions to Chit ago, St. Paul, '
Minneapolis and nil points, leave i.os '
Angeles every Thursday via Southern
Pacific, Union Pacific, "World's Pictorial
Line.'' ami Chicago and Northwest, m
railway, crossing the Si.-rra Nevadas und
passing ah points of scenic interest by
daylight, Upholstered loutist ears of
latest Pullman pattern, lighted by gas
and run through Without change. Com
petent conductors accompany each party.
Fastest time. Lowest rates. For tickets
and berth re.-n-vatlons apply to J. 11.
PEARMAN. Manager; (i. r. HERR, rj.
P. A... 223 a. Spring st.. Los Angeles. or t0
any agent Southern Pacific company.
PHILLIPS, PERSONALLY CONDUC-
Ied excursions via the Rio Grande an 1
Rock Islund route, leave I.os Angeles ev
ery Tuesday, cross th" Sierra Nevadas
and pass the entire Rio Grande scenery
by daylight. We have a tourist sleeper
running through to Minneapolis and Bt
Paul in connection with every party .our
Hoston ear stops one day at Niagara
Falls. Offlce 128 S. Spring St.
BURLINGTON ROUTE -PERSONALLY
conducted excursions to the east every
Wednesday over tlie scenic line of the
world; upholstered tourist ears without
change. T. 11. DUZAN, agent, 222 S
Spring si.. 1.-; Angeles, Cal.
LOST AND FOUND
POUND—CAME TO MY PLACeTIs hTeA I'
cows and heifers; owner can nave same
by calling aud paying expenses, J. R
MEPHAM, Washington st., opp. Bentous
Slaughter. tf
LOST—A LADY'S POCKETBOOK, CON
taining some silver and other small arti
cles. Liberal reward for return to owner
HoOel Catallna. 43'.'S. Broadway, city, 6
___j£HIR° p ODISTS
MISS .!. F. ALEXANI IKrT^^iTrTiivi *
diat, tr-ats feet; gives salt glow, mas
sage; hours ii a. m. to Bp. in. 215 and 'Mi:
Wilson block. Firs: and Spring streets,
7-2
DR. ZACHU, DISEASES OF THE FEET,
263 S. .Sieiug st. u-gii
til CYCLES
S. LARSEN & CO. HAVE THE AGENCY
for Relay bicycles. 252 W. Fifth st. S-10
WANTED—TO BUY BICYCLE, * 'lIEA P
good. 127. W. Twenty-third st. 6
PLUMBERS
FRANK A. WEINSHANK, I'LI'SIBE?
and gasllttcT. 240 E. Second si. 'J'el 130.
HOUSE-MOVING
A. FrSLOPER, HOUSE MOVER-OF
FICE. U3 N. Broadway.
STORAGE AND COMMISSION
m c." first
St. Tel. 340 Main. B-6
JHELP WANTEI^MALE
hummeiTbros?"* CO.,
Succesaors to
PETTY, HUMMEL A CO.
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS
100-302 W. Second at., In basement
California Rank Building.
Tel. 609.
Office hours from 7 a. m. to 7:SO p. m., ex
cept Sundays.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Ranch liund. cook for 2 or ;i. S2j. etc.;
man und wife, ranch and run boarding
house; first-class general blacksmith. $50,
etc.: 3 fishermen, 3c per pound, outfit fur
nished: man for Petaluma press, 20c and
board per ton, long job; general black
smith, city, wages and percentage; to sell
blacksmith shop In country; man for
Junior Monarch press, lee, etc.. per ton. 2
months' work; man to run gasoline and
handy man, ranch, $25, etc.; boy. 14. for
dulry, $■">, etc.; ranch hand, cultivate
corn. $20. etc.; ■! hay hands, $20. etc.;
harness cleaner, $20, etc.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Waiter. $7, etc., week: second baker. $1.
etc.. week; cook for 2, ranch. $10. etc.;
all-round cook, restaurant, $40, etc.; bak
ery outllt for sale. $TD cash.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
House girl, Lumumba Park. $20. etc.:
cook and second girl. elty. In and $20, etc.;
gni to assist. ;i In family, no wash. $12.
etc.: house girl, Riverside. Ventura, Fer
nando. Santa Paula, Sl5 and $20. etc.:
German or Swedish cook, Santnßarbara.
I-, etc.. fare herr; nurse girl, East Los
Angelea, $20, etc.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Ctrl to lvlp In kitchen, tlrst-elass hotel.
$SO, etc.. call early; girl (orall-round hotel
work. J2.*i, etc.: shirt polisher and linlsher.
employer here 10 n. m . first-class place,
waitress, Sun Diego. $30, etc., employer
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.
WONDERFUL! WONDERFUL! HUNd
reds of good reliable men and women
wanting situations. Al cooks, bakers,
waiters, stewards, kitchen help of al!
kinds, chambermaids. housekeepers,
laundry help, ranch hands, orchard men
and milkers, furnised nt once by CALI
FORNIA EMPLOYMENT bCRKAU,
Tel. Main !>U4, 210 W. First St. ti-12
WANTED—TOUR patronage, reli
ahle help furnished promptly. RKID'S
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 123 W. First
St. tf
WANTED—HELP FREE AND SlTUA
ttcr.s. nous. Broadway. E. NiTTIN-
G ER. tt
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED—LADY AGENTS IN EVERY
city and town in Southern California
ami Arizona, for the best selling article
that ever struck this coast; small capita!
required. For particulars address P.O.
box 716, Los Angeles, M
SITI 1 Tl OA'S H 4.\ TED—MALE
WANTED—A POSITION I: v" (i E NTLR
nuiii having a knowledge of the various
brunches of snipping business, Was for
several years manager of a large ship
ping und mercantile house in Africa, und
Is acquainted with the handling of the
deep water trade. AodrtSS L. C. box 10,
lierald ii
WANTED—EMPLOYMENT FOR MAN
and Wife; prefer ranch work: not par
ticular. Address P., box SI, Herald
office. 7
j WANTED—SITUATION BY JAPANESE:
hotel or boarding cook: tn city or country.
] Address JOE, ::.'! Commercial st. .;
WANTED—REAL ESTATE
LAND WANTED IN LARGE BODIES
from 1000 acres up: Improved or unim
| proved. Will deal with owners only. Ad
dress farm. Field and Fireside. Home
seeker's depurtmeiu, Chicago. 111. 8
1 WANTED-MISCEI.LANEOUS
WANTED—A MERRY-GO-ROUND AND
punch ami Judy show, for Gypsy encamp
ment In St. James' bark, June 10th and
llth. Address, stating terms, ihe sec
retary, MRS. BUTLER. St. James' park.
9
WANTED—A GOOD BOX BUGGY:
three-quarters preferred; state price;
must be cheap. Address J., box '."i. Her
ald offlce. tt
WANTED—GOOD HORSE AND LIGF.T
buggy for the keep; will give best refer
ence and board horse hi first-class Stable
Address 'c, box 00. Herald office. tf
FOR SA LE- MIS CPA. LANEOUS
FOR SALE-YOUR NEIGHBORS BUY
homes ut $15 monthly. Why not you.
New modern 1 anil 5-room cottages, close
in: bay window, closets, cement walks;
bath room: al! for $15 per month. li. D.
LIST, removed to 212 W. Second. h*t.
spring and Broadway. 7-2
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—ONE MlL
ler's Little Giant hay press, 3 wagons,
1 Ideal 2-bOrse power, and feed mill, 3'-j
-horse power electrlo motor: want a 4
horse power gasoline engine. MILES
DODD, JR.. 24i Bradbury block. tf
FoR BALE—THE CROP OF A 10-ACRE
apricof orchard, situated on Hill aye.,
bet. New York aye. and Mendocino st..
Altadena, Cal.; offers per ton on trees so
licited. Ad..less OWNER, B. T. GRAY,
Beaumont, Cal. 7
FOR SALE—CHEAP; 600 Pov::ps BRB
vier type; was used on The Herald until
Mergenthaler typesetting machines wero
put in April 15. Address Business Man
ager. The Herald. Los Angeles. Cat.
FOR SALE—TRAP. ONE END SPRING,
top buggy, and otic phaeton, all Colum
bus, Onio. make. Buggy and phaeton
never used; at a big sacrifice, No. 410
E. Twenty-third st. l-lO
R. D. LIST. REMOVED TO 212 W SEC.
ond, bet. Spring und Broadway. Notnrv
public; legal papers carefully drawn: ex
changing of property a specialty. 7-2
FOR SALIC-HAN DSO ME UPRIGHT
Grand Steck piano, a' a great sacri
fice. Room No. 5. The Stanford, Four'h
und Hill sts. Cull mornings. tf
FOR BALE—ONE WEEK, PRIVATELY,
parlor, bed room suits, stoves, dishes.
sewing machine; cheap. 6618, Spring, ii
FOR SALE—I FINE THOROUGHBRED
bull terrier puns; $•'. for male and $2.50f0r
females. 200 Sun Fernando st., city. S
FOR SALE-ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK
elevator ut a sacrifice. Inquire ut The
lleruld business office. 12-tf
FOR SALE—6 HORSE-POWER, BHORBE
power engines and boilers cheap. 9211 X.
Main st. 4-fi
li USIN ESS PC R.iONA I. S
PERSONAL-JUST LIKE FINDING
money. That's what people suv who
have tried a small ad. hi The Herald.
They don't cost much, but the results are
Simply marvelous. In this popular de
partment The Herald has made a gain of
more than 200 per cent In the pus*, flew*
months. Big circulation counts. The
lierald has li. If you want to talk to
half the p. ople in I.os Angeles und other
parts of South, i n California, try a small
ad. In addition to the immense and
rapidly Incn asiug circulation of The
Herald. Its sales by newsboys, on trains,
al bet. Is and .summer resorts, make It
the advertising medium of the Pacific
coast.
Look over tie..- small advertisements
today. They will interest you and may
muke you some money.
Tomorrow try one. Tin results will be
both surprising and satisfying. 6-stf
PERSONAL—WE BUY AXD SELL ALL
kinds of new and second-hand clothing
TILTON, >X S. Spring st. We pay cash':
send postal. 6-14-tf
PERSONAL—B. MORRIB PAYB~ THE
highest price for g. ut s ' seoond-hand
clothing: send postal; will cull, un
commercial St. Q.jQ "
plrsosal
personaj^gbntlembnT^Bo^you
want to marry? Try ihe new matrimon
ial directory of tin- Pacific cast, contain
ing full names, addresses ami descrip
tions of ladies who wan. to marry Send
for price. Address PACIFIC STATES
DIRECTORY, box 7. Tucson. Arts. 10
PERSONAL—GENTLEMAN 88. 1 -oixTj
good business in city, wishes lo meet
lady of 3i); no trlflers wanted: must be
without any Incumbrance. Address A
box f.7, Herald oiiice. .-"
MUSICAL
BARGAIN IN A
Steinway upright piano. Address K.
box 100, Herald otlice.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNTN"Gr, JUJSE 5, 189 H.
FINANCIAL _
AN UNCLAtM_rTsio6s^
The Mutual Reserve Fund Life asso
ciation offers $1000 reward for the name of
any honest death claim due and unpaid
which It has not paid In full, the fact to
be determined by any two bank presi
dents In New York city, and to cover the
entire history of the association.
The insurance commissioners of the
states of Illinois. Texas, Ohio and South
Dakota certify that "We have made a
very careful examination of the death
claims paid by the association during the
period covered by this examination, and
that wo are of the opinion that the Mu
tual Reserve Fund Life association pays
its death claims honorably and promptly
and that it does not in any rase willfully
attempt to resist payment of any honest
death claim that Is made upon lt. ami
that the work of the death claim depart
ment Is handled with all possible dis
patch and in such a way that she most
critical can have no just cause or rea
sonable ground of complaint."
Why does nol that man who says the
Mutual Reserve does not pay Its death
i I alms In full claim the $1000 reward?
Why?
Why will sensible people pay $30 for nn
article that can be bought at $15? Why ?
Why, If lire Insurance can be profitably
sold nt one-half former rates, cannot life
Insurance? Why?
Why does not some enterprising grocer
(with Tontine in his mind) advertise lo
sell 5-cent sugar for 10 cents, offering "a
dividend" In sugar to those of his custom
ers who continue to patronize him for
ten or twenty years? Why?
For Insurance at cost and for answers
apply to
M. L. WICKS,
Manager Mutual Reserve Fund Life As
sociation. California Bank bldg. 11
PACIFIC LOAN CO.—LOANS IN ANY
amount on all kinds of collateral secur
ity, diamonds, jewelry and seal skins
also on pianos, furniture and household
goods in private lodging and boarding
houses and hotels, without removal;
Partial payments received. Money
quick; business confidential: private office
for ladles. W. E. DEOROOT. Manugcr.
rooms 2 and 4. 114 S. Spring st.
UNION KOAN CO..
Stlmson Block.
Loans money on all kinds of collateral
security; watches, diamonds, seal skins
and furniture in lodging and boarding
houses and on pianos, without removal;
also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low
interest, money at once: business confi
dential: private offlce for ladles; room
111. CLARK K. SHAW. Manager, rooms
111 and 112. first floor. Stlmson block, tt
THE GERMAN' SAVINGS AND LOAN '
Society of San Francisco will muke loans
on improved city und country property.
On loans of $sOOo and under, eer
tllieates of title from the Title
insurance and Trust Co. will be
accepted, making tlie expenses
on such loans very small. Build
ing loans a specialty. Apply to
R. G. LUNT, Agent. 22: W.
Second. 6-lßtf
NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED
What we are!
Who we are!
And where we arc!
Have you discovered the cheapest place
In the city lo get money on household
fttmltupe, diamonds, livestock, ware
house receipts, stocks and bonds, all good
collaterals. tH> Byrne building. tf
MONEY TO LOAN-CITY OR COUNTRY
property, SMI to S not; personal notes or
security; mortgages bought and sold. If
you have money to loan or wish to bor
row any amount call on JOHN L. PAY
KQVICH, 220 W. First st. if
§""*■ J a way to get anything you want. Ad-
JPOlillQ vertise '" THE HERALD'S popular
Classified Ads. They are read by a
whole lot of people—way up in the \/& _
thousands. They don't cost much and /VI Oil CI V
v> ill make and save you 1 * v * *
L. B. COHN,
The Los Angeles pawnbroker. 116 N.
Main st., loan i money on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, firearms, pianos, li
brarles and all other collateral securities:
also sells unredeemed pledges for money
loaned and one month's interest added:
muke no mistake, it is the reliable. L.
B? COHN. the Los Angeles pawnbroker.
O-l.i
MONEY.MONEY TO LOAN Oil WATCH
c-s. diamonds, jewelry, old gold and sil
ver, collections of coins, sealskins, pianos,
bicycles, collections of antiques aud cur
ios, warehouse receipts;small loans mv le
on real estate, or we buy any of the. above
for cash. All business confidential.
BIGGS tc CARSON, ."14 S. Main st.. Bur
bank theater building. 6-18
MONEY To LOAN—NOT I:V THE BAH
rel or bushel, but any amount on real es
tate, furniture, watches. diamonds,
pianos, livestock, etc.; large or small
amounts; interest reasonable: private
otlice for ladies or gentlemen; business
confidential. CHARLES C. LAMB, 22.
?. Spring st. Entrance room 07. 6-22-tt
I'l dNT'F.XVHR ,''.- WADSWORTH.HROK
ers, Z.i W. Second st.. buy and sell
stocks, mortgages, bonds ami any goo I
securities; If you wish to lend or bor
row or invest in real estate call on us;
collections made and property manage. 1
for non-residents. 2stf
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS
on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, pianos
safes, lodging houses, hotels and private
household furniture; low Interest, money
quick: private otlice for ladies. G. Al.
JONES, rooms lt and 1.'.. 21." ■. S. Broad
way, next city hall. G-30
NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT
Co. loans money on all kinds of collateral
security; money quickly; business strict
ly confidential. Rooms 95 and 06, Bryson
block, fifth tioor. JOHN MITCHELL
JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, livestock, car
riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and
collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S.
Spring st. S-21
T'l LnAN- A BARREL OF MONEY ON
diamonds, pianos, furniture and all tlrst
class securities; business confidential.
CREASINGER, 217 S. Broadway, rooms
1 and 2. 5-29-tf
TO LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT
at reasonable rales. WILLIAM F. BOS
RYSHELL. bu 8. Broadway. 10-Utf
MONEY TO LOAN—S29OO, J1.'.01, $4000,1500,
on city or country. If you wish to bor
row or loun see us. I*. S. nolurv public.
v.. c. CRIBB & Co.. 127ViW.Second st.o-7
IF YOU NEED MONEY, TIIE SYNDI
CS te Loun Co. can help you out. They
loun on collateral security. UBVj s. Spring
St.. rooms 13 und 14. GEO. L. MILLS,
munuger. Ot
MONEY TO LOAN—S2SOO ON GOOD CITY
inoome property; win loan it at 6 per
cent Interest. A. A. IRISH, 23614 S.
Spring st. tf
TO LOAN— UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
smalt loans; no commission: light ex
pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST
CO.. 223 S. Spring si.
TO LOAN- MONEY: $800, $.".00, $10.10 AND
$5000 at 8 per cent interest ; no attorney s
fee: light expenses. HENRY HART.I4B
S. Main st. 0-22
TO LOAN—SIOOO TO $io.i,i)'! ox REAL Es
tate security. ALLISON BARLOW, 123
S. BROADWAY. 6-7tf
WANTED—TO BORROW
WANTED—LOANSI I WANT 20 LOANS
on good residence property, city. 8 per
cent interest: light expense. H. HART.
14S S. Main st. 0-22 _
WANTED TO BORROW-I CAN LEND
your money out at. good interest, from -
io 10 per cent a month. NEWLYN, 2SI
Byrne bldg tf
SPECIALISTS
DR. R. o. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC Op
tician, with ihe Los Angeles Optical In
stitute; eyes examined free. 1255. Spring
street.
CARPET CLEANING
STEAM CA RPET CLEAN ING, SEWING
and laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS, 120
N. Spring. '1 el. 1313 8-lUf
PIANOS
knaß'e'andvose & sons pianos at
IURKKL'S, Parlors lb and 19, Pirtle blk.
tl
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advancement of your future. Gives read
ings dally from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 3u>v« s.
Spring st. H'
MRS. SAN FORD JOHNSON. THE INDE
pendent slate writer and medium, gives
, sittings dally at C2B S. Los Angeles St.,
I and holds circles on Thursday evening,
at S p. m. of each week. Admission 50e.
and wdll take a few pupils for piano les
sons. s-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 ot Vermont
aye. 6-aii |
LEONORA D'ESTE—A MEDIUM FOR
truth und justice: the greatest card read
er of the age. and tells your future
charges reasonable. Parlors 11 and I*.
San Julian, cor. Fifth and Ban Jullan.7-30
MADAME STANLEY. CELEBRATED
I clairvoyant, reads your entire pust. pres.- I
ant and future. Satisfaction or no pay.
Ladies only 600. Slo'4 W. Third St., room ,
! 4. 6-1S
MME. GRACE. CELEBRATED CARD
leader; tells past.' present and future,
j Ladies. cents; gentlemen, aO cents.
! Parlors 21 and 25. 526 Maple aye. 3-30
C. JEROME, A CF.I.I'BRATKD ASTROL
ogist. gives a chart of life from cradle
to grave; send date of birth and 50 cents.
Address box 819 Los Angeles. 0
REMOVED TO HOTEL PORTLAND.
414... S. Si. ring St.. AGNES H.PLBAS
NCS, trance medium. Parlors 115-110
Hour .. 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. 19-tf
IF yOU ARK IN TROUBLE OR WANT
to know your future consult ZINGARA,
tbe gypsy, at 217 3. Hill st. Offlce hours 10
a. m. to B p. m. 15
JIMS. BARRETT ELLIS. OLAIRVOY
ant business reader, Come and hear the
truth. 230 S. Spring St., room 10. Price.
5U cents. 7-22
FRANCIS X. IRELAND—SPIRITUAL
medium. Room 3. No. 450 S. Hill st. Sit
tings dally. Correspondence solicited. 0
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
I WANT A MAX \VITH $250"-vS-HO HAS
com. to California to make it his home,
willing to associate himself with a tirm of
gentlemen needing more help in their
'growintj business; old established and
paying well: don't miss thin chance if
you have the time ami money. W. 11.
DICKINSON. 117 S. Broadway. 7
FOR BALE—AT A BARGAIN. ONE OF
the oldest establish'd carriage manufac
turing shops in tbe elty; established 15
years: stock, tools and unfinished work,
for cash or first class unproved security.
Address A. li. C„ Herald offlce. tf
FOR RENT—THE RESTAURANT AT
r. S. hotel, cor. Main and Requenu sts..
wilh Inventory complete for opening ini
medlately, will i»- rented to a desirable
party. -Apply at once at U. S. hotel
omce. • 5
FOR BALE—SI7S—HALF INTEREST IN
one of the neatest restaurants on Main
St.: owner line cook: want partner to
take cash. E. T. CASEY & CO., 223 W.
First. 5
WANTED—RELIABLE MAN WITH 1850
us partner Iv established creamery And
produce business. Apply to MAHONEY
& ROBINSON. 425 s; Main St. 5
FOR BALE—A FINE HAND LAUNDRY;
has a very large paving business: 8250.
I. D. BARNARD, ii 7 's s. Broadway. 5
FOR SALE—BICYCLE BFSINF.SS AND
agency; a paying trade at invoice; 295').
I. D. BARNARD, 117';: S. Broadway. 5
FOR SALE-ELECTROPLATE AND
manufactory; % Interest: bargain: $1000.
I. D. BARNARD, 117'-S. Broadway. 5
CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM. ETC.
sph ndld place; big bargain. MAHONEY
.Vt ROBINSON, 126 S. Main at 5
FOR SALE — CITY NEWSPAPER
routes. Ai.ply C. G. SPRENG. Herald
business office. tf
TO BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE ANY
business call on JNO. JONES, JR., 22S
Byrne bldg. tf
TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE
1. D. BARNARD, U7Vj S. Broudway.
POR SALE—LIVE STOCK
FOR SALE~ AT ~ AUCTION-? HORSES,"
mules, good drivers und work teams,
harness al! sizes and descriptions; also
buggies, wagons, big and little. An un
limited amount of Ihe above named will
be offered for sale at a big bargain. 413
Allso si., opposite the brewery. Los An
geles. CHARLES MINEHAHDT, Man
ager. . tf
FOR SALE MILCH COWS: ALL HEAVY
milkers, n.s. burke, Rivera, Cal. 17
PHYSICIANS
DIC DORA KING, GERMAN-ENGLISH
specialist; diseases of women; all ir
regularities restored; treatment confiden
tial; cure guaranteed. 446 S. Broadway.
___ 6-6-96
MACHINE MANUFACTORY
YON BERKEY MANUFACTURING CO..
234-230 E. Second St., manufacturers of
special machinery, dies and models; only
accurate work; guaranteed.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
FOR SALE-SOME GOOD BARGAINS IN
secoud-hund organs; good makes. KOH
LER <fc CHASE. 233 S. Spring st, tf
FOR EXCHANGE-REAL ESTATE
By JOHN H. COKE,
20" 8. Broadway.
A pretty 5-room cottage on hill, over
looking the city, for house and lot In
Pasadena: consideration, $2500; property
clear; will not assume.
10 acres near Ontario, Improved, for
house and lot In the city.
Two houses on Burlington aye., for
ranch in northern part of the state.
5-room cottage, Wolfskin tract, 7-room
house. Twenty-eighth at., and some prop
erty In the East, for Inside property;
value. $16,000; all clear and bringing in
good Income.
(!-room cottage on Temple at., all mod
ern Improvements, rented for $26 per
month, clear of Incumbrance, will ex
change for house and lot In the south
west part of city; will assume mortgage;
value of property, $2500.
10-room house. Grand aye., rented for
$30 a month, clear of Incumbrance; will
exchange for other city property and wdll
assume large or small mortgage on de
sirable property.
5-room cottage on Plru St.. clear of In
cumbrance, will exchange for small
ranch; value. $1500.
9-room cottage at Santa Monica, rent
ing for $50 the year round, has a small
mortgage, will exchange for Los Ange
les property clear; value of property.
$5000.
JOHN H. COKE.
207 8. Broadway
su-tu-frl
FOR EXCHANOB^MISt^LANEOUS
FOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE, ONE MlL
ler'a Little Giant hay press. 3 wagons, 1
Ideal 2-horse power engine and feed mill,
one Sis, horse-power electrlo motor: want
P, 4-horse-power gasoline engine. MILEtf
DODD. JR., 240 Bradbury block. tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A NICE
I young horse, 14 hands high; saddler or
driver: $30, or will exchange for a line
Spanish saddle. Address GREAT SNAP.
Herald office. tf
I FOR EXCHANGE—FINE NEW UP
rlght piano, for horse, harness and busl
t ness buggy: must be Al turnout. Ad
dress 8., box 80, Herald office. tf
FOR EXCHANGE—FINE NEARLY NEW
upright piano, for a gentleman's and
, lady s bicycle. Both wheels must be high
grade. Address H., box 20. tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE—A BUTCHER
shop; good location; sickness reason for
selling cheap. Address H. box 21, Herald
office. 6
FOR EXCHANGE—HIGH GRADE Bl
| cycle for a good top buggy. Call or ad
dress C. W. S., 246 S. Johnson. fi
FOR EXCHANGE—SLIGHTLY USED
upright grand piano for horse board. Ad
dress C, box 70, Herald office. tf
FORJiENT-HOUSES
FOR RENT—T. WIESENDANGER. 227~
W. Second 5t.—513.50. water free, 7SI Mer
chant st.. 5 rooms. $12. 792 Kohler St.. 5
rooms; $20, 779 Kohler St.. ti rooms, bath,
barn: $25. 119 W. Twenty-fifth St., 7 rooms,
bath, barn: $25, 1921 Park Grove, 8 rooms,
bath. 0-4-IW
' FOR RENT—3 NEW FLATS. 5 ELEGANT
rooms, modern Improvements. $16, includ
ing water, per month; tine barn If desired,
at Santee st.. between Twelfth and Pleo
sts. Key at 1221 Santee St., or 26Ui S.
I.os Angeles st. 6-2a--9tj
FOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE
In town for mattings, linoleums and win
dow shudes: enrpets cleaned and laid.
THE MATTING MART. 604 S. Broadway.
7-10 _ j
FOR RENT—FOUR ROOM HOUSE,
hard linlsh, screen porch; $8. Including
water. LANG-BIRELEY CO., 209 S. I
Broadway. 6-6tf
FOR RENT— A BEAUTIFUL 6 ROOM
! house, close in. all modern: very low
rent. Apply at 834 S. Flower st. tf
' FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. 123?
i Victoria st. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S.
j Broadway. tf
: FOR RENT—A BEAUTIFUL HOME,
i furnished. Apply at 127 W. Seventeenth
st. H
! FOR RENT—LOWER PART OF HOUSE
at 542 Ceres aye.. rents for $10 per month.
6-5
FOR RENT—ROOMS
' FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS, SlN
gle or en suite. Beds from 25 cents un.
RUSS HOUSE, cor. Los Angeles and
First sts. »-»
FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321 E.
Second St.; furnished rooms. ll.Vy per
week up; lodging 25c, 35c and 50c per
j night. 10-1-tf
FOR" RENT — TRANSIENT ROOMS,
housekeeping and single rooms, close in.
cheap. The Waverly. 127 E. Third st. 7-3
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. BY
the day, week or month. M. P. BOWEN.
1421.2 N. Main St.. I.os Angeles Cal. 11
FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR
nished rooms; $1.50 to $2. NITTINGER'S,
451 S. Hope. tf
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. $1.5')
and $1.25 per week; also 25cts night. 5!9
S. Spring • 0-29-36
FOR RENT - NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping. 626 S.Broadway.
5-17 tf
FOR RENT-STORES^
FOR RENT—~PART"oF^STORE. WITH
llne show window, on roadway; excel
lent location for Jeweler. Inquire at 5u6
S. Broadway. tf
I FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT—MOUSE WITH BIG LOT
and building, suitable for winery, vinegar
factory or storage, for rent or lease. Ap
ply 305 Myers st. 6
FOR RENT—LODGE ROOM AT TUR
ner hall; every first and third Friday of
each month. Inquire of janitor. 14tf
MA-jSAOE ANIJ ELECTRICITY
A SINGLE DOLLAR INVESTED IN
this treatment will often save patient a
severe spell of sickness, and may save
his life. Impure blood Is sometimes In
herited, sometimes acquired by poisonous
atmosphere, or one's occupation may
cause It. For Impure blood from any
cause take vapor baths, electricity and
message. MRS. I>R. MAYER, 511 Ceres
aye.. The Nareisse, room 4, opp. S. r.
depot. tf_
EDITH ANWAY, FORMERLY OF Bos
ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that
are healthful and refreshing; no rivals.
223 S. Main St., room 3. 8-15
NIT A REMINGTON, ROOM 3, 315,* S.
Main Bt.: massage and alcohol baths
scientifically given. 6-3
A SCOTCH LADY GIVES BATHS Sci
entifically at 81514 S. Main St.. room 4, 6 ■
SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 4494 S. Spring St.. parlors 1-2 7-14
MISS MAY RUSSELL-THE NEW lIELL
man, room 7. 7-C
WINNIE BELL, ROOM 4, 317 COMMER
_clal_st. 7-3
A TTORNB YS-A
„ach Montgomery. James P. Montgomery.
MONTGOMERY & SON.,
Attorneys at Law,
520 and 527, Bullard block, Los Angeles,
Cftl. 6-7
BROSSEAIT & MONTGOMERY,
Attorneys at Law,
403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles, tf
WM. J. HUNSAKBR, ATTORNEY AND
Uounsellor-at-luw. rooms 408-409-410, Cur
rier building; telephone 1120. 6-20
PATENTS, COPYRiaHT^JBTO^
KNIGHT RROS.TpaTENT _OLICrTORs7
free book on patents. 424 Byrne bldg.
9-21-C
Hotwn mad Lots
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE BT- .
BEN WHITE 231 W. First st.
BEN WHITE 221 W. First st.
BEN WHITE 221 W. First St.
New list every day. Special inducements.
$1660—Nice latest modern Improved s
room cottage, cement walks, cellar, etc..
bath, large barn, driveway, etc., hand
isome; cost 22000; but miistale.ll: large lot
Fourteenth St., west of Central aye. BEN
WHITE.
$3000—Modern residence. Southwest.
$1800—r.-room modern cottage.*
$1830—5-room cottage. Wolfiklll tract.
$350—4-room house. East Los Angeles.
$650—5-room brick house.
$2500—9-room modern house.
$1000—4-room cottage, fence, barn, etc..
Southwest; bargain.
Apply to BHN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
IMMKNBM BARGAINS
IMMENSE BARGAINS
DON'T PAY RENT
Go to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st.,
snd buy a home on payments
$40 cash, balance $S a month, nice 4
room house, shrubbery, fence, barn,
shade trees, etc., Boyle Heights; $850.
$50, balance $10 monthly, nice 4-room
house, lot 50x140. street and sewer work
done, East Los Angeles: price, $675.
Houses nnd lots for sale and exchange
everywhere. If you want a bargain In
dirt go at onco to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First st.
VACANT LOTS
VACANT LOTS
VACANT LOTS
$300—Nice lot. worth $450: must be sold.
$1200— Largo lot on "San Pedro st.
$700—Lot 72x165. uloe building site.
$3000—Beautiful corner on Flower St..
120x167. ,
1400—2 n | c e lots In Highlnnd View tract.
$250— Lot on Twenty-eighth St., $50 cash
down, balance time.
$600~8plendld building lot. street grad
ed and sewered.
$500—Lot in Wolfskin tract.
$450—Two lots In Dalton tract.
$550—Lot on Eighth St., west of Central
aye.
21200-Splendld cor. on San Julian st.
$700—Large lot in southwest part of
city.
$250— Fine building lot. worth $400.
$350—Large lot. nice location.
1700-Lot on Ninth st.. $100 down.
BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st.
«650—Lot on Wells at.. 100x160.
$250 each—4 lota on Twenty-eighth st.
$2000—12 lots $100 down, balance time.
$400-4 good building lots.
BEN WHITE. 221 W. First St.
WANTJTI FOR CASH
WANTED FOR CASH
A lot In the vicinity of Pearl and Belle
vue aye.: must be cheap; will pay spot
cash. Hundreds of properties to choose
from. Apply to BEN WHITE. 221 W.
First St.. to buy, sell or exchange any
thing go to BEN WHITE.
$50 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH BEYS
6-room house, barn, lot planted with
bearing fruit trees and vegetables, fenced,
windmill and tank complete; Drlce $750.
J. H. COURTNEY, Builder. 2147 S. Los
Angeles st. 11-23
FOR SALE-NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE,
modern conveniences; close to electric
care: only $1200. $300 cash, balanae month
ly payments of $12.00. Address J. Mc-
LEAN, E St.. Ploo Heights. 5
DO NOT PAY RENT.BUT BUY A HOUSE
on tho Installment plan from ALLISON
BARLOW. 123 S. Broadway. 12-13-tf
City Lots
FOR SALE
CULVER
at
212 S. Broadway.
Will sell you on
S. Broadway
A corner
160 feet front
At less than
$110 per front foot.
Dohs it strike you
That this is tlie
Most magnificent bargain
Ever offered in the city of Los Angeles.
You know that Broadway
Property. near Seventh brings
M 50—5450—5450—545 0—5450
A front foot .and you couldn't
Buy 100 feet at that price.
Vet we offer you more than
The equivalent of 3 frontages and
A corner (which Is equal to another)
At less than
$110-1110—$U0-sllo—sllo
A front foot.
Wo will stake our
Reputation that the man
Who buys this snap
Will refuse
$50.0X1—$50,UnO—$50,000
For It before 5 years ar., v
Past and gone.
With $25 In your pocket and $23 a month
you can buy a pretty, new 5-room mod
ern cottage.
$130 cash buys a good 5-room cottage,
balance $20 per month.
$100 cash. $2'i per month.
$50 cash. $19 per month.
$50 ensb. $1N per month.
These are all installment cottages.
$141)0 for an Orange st. lot, close to the
Shatto mansion.
$1500—Seventh St., near the park .
$50.000—Corner on Broadway, renting for
$350 per month.
$2500—2-story house near depot, renting
for $25 per month.
$1300—3 cottages, renting for $15 a month.
MENLO PARK
$450—50x130 in the walnut grove, on
Twenty-fourth st.; easy terms.
Corner, close In,
29x100, 10 minutes' walk to
$MW — Second and Broadway.
54x100, corner, $1300: '4 cash, balance In
1, 2 and 3 years at 7 per cent net.
'CULVER
has the
CORONEL TRACT
at
Seventh and Central aye.,
Adjoining the Wolfsklll.
$500—fi cash, long time, low interest—ssoo.
$siio—'4 cash, long time, low Interest— $500;
$500— M cash, long time, low interest—ss6o,
$300—U cash, long time, low Interest—ssoo.
$500— Vj cash, long lime, low Interest—ssoo.
$50— If you build at once—sso.
$50— It you build at once—lso.
$50— If you build at oner—sso.
$50—If you build at once—sso
$50—If you build at once—sso. _
SEE
TIIE
ONLY
CULVER,
212 S. Broadway. tf
FOR SALE
JUST THINK OF IT.
The Alexandre Weill tract offers choice
building lots on Eighth, Ninth and
Twelfth streets, near Central avenue car
line. 25x120 to alley, at $300. $325 and $350,
on small cash payment and monthly In
stallments of only $10. No interest charg
ed on deferred payments. Only 100 lots
left of the original 400. and when they
have been disposed of such a. chance to
get a home within walking distance at
low prices and upon easy terms may
never offer again. Title absolutely per
fect. An unlimited certificate of title or
a policy of Insurance of the Title In
surance and Trust Co. Issued with every
agreement of sale. For maps, prlco list
and all particulars address
RICHARD ALTSCHUL.
7-e od If 123V4 W. Second St.. Burdlck blk.
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL BUILDING
lots for homes, close In, and on very easy
terms.ln C. A. Smith's Third Addition:
located on Eighth and Mateo sts., near
Seventh street school; these lots ore 40
feet wide, and have an alley of 15 feet:
prices $210, $280 and $325; $10 down. $10
per month. Call on C. A. SMITH, 213
W. First st. tf
FOR SALE—3% ACRES ON CENTRAL
aye., near Tenth st„ will sell all ornart of
the abovo. Call on MARY A. NIEMBY
ER, 927 Central aye. U-U
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE I_
City Lots
f\)R BALE
BY JOHN H. COKE,
A desirable lot on Hill St., opp. MasoatS
Temple; no reasonable offer refused.
A prominent corner on Seventh St., for
business purposes: go and look at prop
erty and make offer.
70 feet, S. Broadway, $500.00.
60 feet, S. Broadway. $300.00.
House Rnd lot Urmston traot, $700.08;
this Is a decided bargain.
Large lot. S. Grand, worth $2500: make
me an offer: you can got lt at your own
price.
9- room house. Thirtieth near Hoover,
cost $5000; will sell now for $4000; % cash,
balance on any terms to suit.
70 feet, San Pedro, near First; look at
property, make offer.
100 feet, E. First St., $15,000.
5-room cottage on 60-foot lot, cheap and
on your own terms.
10- room house N. Burlington aye.; will
sell or exchange on any terms; must be
sold.
A finely located 9-room house, all mod
ern Improvements, at Pasadena: will sac
rifice for cash, or will sell on your own
termß.
Several desirable ranches for sale or ex
change, at your own terms; call and In
vestigate.
BY JOHN H. COKE,
207 S. Broadway.
Su-We-Fr
Business Property
FOR SALE—BITS IN ESS PROPERTY—
The owner of 40 feet on Spring st., bet.
Second and Fifth, finds It necessary to
sell. $13,000 cash to owner, and balance
on easy terms will take It. It's an op
e>l>ortunlty hard to find In Los Angeles;
force of circumstances alone makes It
possible in this Instance. If you wish
an Interview with owner please address
"Spring Street," P. O. box 4116, city. 8
Country Pioperty
FOR SALE-AT AUCTION, SATURDAY.
June 13. 11 a. m.. on the ground: 200 acres
lino land at Howard's Summit, 6 miles
south of city on Redondo railroad; will
be sold In lots 4to 60 acres, Thts land was
taken to settle a debt and must be sold.
Your price wdll buy It. Free excursion
train leaves station. Jefferson and Grand.
10 a. m. day of sale. If you want a free
trip and a chance to buy fine land near
Los Angeles for a small part of its value,
attend this sale. For particulars see or
write to POINDEXTEK & WADS
WORTH, 305 w. Second. u_
FOR SALE—
$2500—Improved ranch of 50 acres, at
Escondldo, California.
$5000—Improved ranch of 60 acres nt
Escondldo.
Investigate these properties If you want
a ranch at a bargain.
ERNEST O. TAY'LOR.
30-31-June3-7 412 Bradbury bldg.
FOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL—ONLY A
few 5 and 10-acro blocks left; water right.
Now is the time to buy. If you have any
thing to soil or trade see E. K. ALEX
ANDER. 145 B. Broadway. tf
FOR SALE—A MODERN COLONIAL
home. In Wilshire Boulevard tract; 10
rooms, porcelain bath, etc.; $.5750; easy
terms. WILSHIRE CO., 113 S. Broad
way, tf
FOR SALE—LOTS IN SANTA MONICA
at $90 *nch; 40 feet front; $25 cash; $10
per month. WILSHIRE CO., 143 S.
Broadway. tf
FOR SALE—WE SELL TIIE EARTH.
BASBETT _ SMITH, Pomona, Cal. 6-26ff
EDUCATIONAL
LoIs^ANG„^ES~IU:SINESS* COLII-3* R,
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 vendi
tion, rooms heated by steam, first-class
elevator service; five courses of study
commercial, shorthand and typewriting,
tiuss Instruction; successful graduates;
the school Is thoroughly live and progres
sive; it Inspires as well as teaches; day
and evening sessions; Individual snd
class instructions; successful graduates,
fine class of students; visitors cordially
welcomed: full Information personally
or by mail. E. R. SURA PER. pres.. B,
K. ISAACS, vioe- pres., 1. N. INSKEEP,
BSC 2-26-7
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN
cornorated), 226 8. 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 In shorthand and type
writing under an experienced stenograph
er. Write or call for illustrated cata
logue and full information. G. A.
HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER,
vice-president. _
SCHOOL ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC
Art-Mrs. Adeline Duval Mack, formerly
of New York and Washington, D. C.
Private lessons and eln.sses, day and
evening: special training for theatrical
profession. An amateur club, ladles and
gentlemen, studying plays, connected
with school. For particulars and terms
apply residence. The Clarendon, 408 S.
Hill s-.. Mrs. Mack's services maybe
engaged for recitals anil readings. tf
MEN AND WOMEN TAUGHT TO MAKE
crayon portraits In spare hours at their
homes by 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. Jy?_
MRS! ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S
School of Elocution and Dramatic Art,
816 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. _2L_
BUMMER LAW LECTURES, UNIVER
sity of Virginia—July 1 to September I,
1890. For students or practloners 2,th
year For catalogue, address (P. 11.
Charlottesville, Va.,) R. C. MINOR, Sec
retary.
FROEBEL INSTITUTE (CAS A DE
Rosas) training school tor klndergart
ners; also school for boys and girls of a I
grades. Fall term begins September 22d.
PROF, and MME. LOUIS CLAVERIE.
BOYNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS
only begins September 18th: teachers
Sided in getting positions; teachers gov :
ernesses and tutors supplied. Room 52.,
Btlmson block. !:£___
LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL
L ?or kffirtnw. K tf AMBW 1 Ira W
]Sth. MRS. N. D. MAYHEW. 679 W .
Twenty-thlrd_st.____ "*"" f
JONE9~&*EATON, PORTRAIT SCHOOL
We give our pupils good paying positions
Room_4, 517 B. Broadwjiy. 6-15 _
ETON SCHOOL FOR BOYS. NO. 138 W.
Pico st. HORACE A. BROWN, LL. B.
I HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES, 1003
W. Seventh St.
DENTISTS
ADAMS "BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS,
sKiI s. Spring st.: painless extracting and
filling- plate $6. $8, $10; all work guaran
teed ; established 10 years; hours, 8-6; Sun
days,
PA~ DENTAL CO., A..J. STEVENS, MAN
ager, makes a specialty of crown and
bridge work and painless extracting. A
good set of teeth, $6. 220 S. Spring. Tele-
Shone mo. tf_
FRi-NK STEVENS, 324V4 S. SPRING ST.,
open days and evenings; also Sundays;
electric light.
BK~ KENNEDY, DENTIST, IOBVi 8.
Spring street, rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless
extraction.

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