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The Herald. Rates for Classified Advertising Liners—s centa per line for each insertion. Aotice of .Marriage, Birth cr Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral Notices and Special Announcements — Jfl cents per line. LETTERS FOR ADVERTISERS The; following await advertisers in The Hetald'g postotlice: Owner, box 10 M., box 10 J. R., box 10 L. box 5—3 A. 8., box 10 F. Ac J., box 50 A. T., box 10 H. E.. box 50 F. H., box 20 U., box 57 T„ box 22 jr., box 57—4 P., box 2ti W., box 57—2 J., box 16 X., box 57 Z., box 27 E., box 57 W.. box 27 c. box 59—2 O, box 29-2 Q., box 59 R.. box 29 F. E., box 60 G. , box 29 P. 0., box 60 C, box 31 F., box 61 W.. box 31 V., box 61 F. M., box 31 X., Herald 3. M., box 33 ■ iT _ SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS < _FIVE CENTS A LINE HERALD SUB-AGENCIES— - ADVERTISEMENTS left at the fol lowing agencies will receive prompt at tention and will be printeel as quickly and with the same care as If left at the main office, 222 W. Third St.: DOWNEY AYE. AND EAST SIDE L. P. COLLF.TTE, 621 Downey aye. OLD WORLD DRUG STORE. IC2S Downey live. WM. H. HARMON, 765 Tasadena aye. CENTRAL AYE. AND VERNON H. L. SCHERB. Adams st. and Cen tral aye. CHICAGO PHARMACY, Central aye. and Twelfth st. 3. V. AKEY, cor. Central and Vernon eves. MAIN ST. AND SOUTHWEST E. T. PARKE. PHARMACY, 3129 S. Main. WESTLAKE GROCERY, cor. Alva rado and Seventh sts. H. L. PARK. DRUGGIST, cor. Thlrty elirhth and Wesley aye. T. W. BROWN, JR., DRUGGIST. Junction of Hoover, Union and Twenty fourth sts. BOYLE HEIGHTS H. C. WORLAND, 2133 E. First. Sta tion B. T. P. WYLTE. 1977 E. First. J. M, HARRIS. 1845 E. First. TEMPLE ST. AND NORTHWEST DR. H. KALLEWODA. DRUGGIST, cor. Temple st. and Fcau'lry aye. FRANK D. OWEN. cor. Temple and Belmont aye. VIOLE & LOPIZICH, DRUGGISTS, 127 N. Main St. THE HERALD'S . CRYPTOGRAM HOW IT WORKED OUT For six successive weeks (Sunday, Monday and Tuesday each week) read ers of The Herald will flr.d interspersed through the classified columns some cabalistic letters and inscriptions, in .form something like this: : HERALD CRYPTOGRAM ! : T :(See plan at head of classified columns.): S S S S S SIX SIX SIX SIX SIX X X X X X s SIX X Letters will be given at each publication. That is. the same six letters will be pub llshed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Guessers should copy these letters and file them away. The next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday apother set of six will be presented. Keep a memorandum of these alEO; And so forth And so forth And so forth And so forth To the end of the six weeks' period. When the entire set of letters shall have been assembled (thirty-six in all) ccc If you can construct a sentence out Of them. It will not do much good to hr-gin guess ing until you have all the letters. You may construct words out or the letters as ihey come along, but they are very likely not to be the right words, and this will only serve to confuse you. The puzzle can only be worked out In a systematic way. If you get the key to the system you will speedily have it all. Arid when you find it the C P T O G «>.•••. R A M Will be a weil-knowr proverb. The one who sends the first perfect solution to The Herald counting room will be awarded a handsome and valuable premium. Publication of the mystic letters com menced Sunday, October 3d. PLUMBERS ' SS£ls. A,-iJ!!5L—„^ FRANK A. WEINSHANK, PLUMBER and gastitter. 240 E. Second St. Tel. 136. CHURCHJOTICES FIVE CENTS A LINES HARMONICAL SPIRITUALIST Asso ciation—Services at Music hall, 231 South Spring street. At 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Frank T. Ripley of Boston, inspirational speaker ami test medium, will, in the afternoon, answer written questions, closing with tests and messages. Subject for the even ing. "If Spiritualism Is True. What of It?" Mr. Ripley will devote the greater part of the evening with clear-cut tests and messages, with full names of your spirit friends. These tests alone should convince the most skeptical of the truth of spiritualism. This is a grand opportu nity to investigate spiritualism, and those who are ready to lay aside preconceived, erroneous ideas and to view facts In the light of reason will find it greatly to their advantage to attend these services and be convinced of the grandest truth known to the human family. Piano solo. Miss Jennie Baty; good singing by the choir, assisted by tho audience. Collection of 10 cents taken at the door. 24 ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL— Rev. John Gray, rector,; Olive St.. bet. Fifth and Sixth, opposite Central park. Services today: Holy Communion, S a. m.: Sun-day school, 9:45 a. m.: morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m.: full choral evensong. 7:30 p m.: the Right Rev. J H. Jormirjoi, D.D.. bishop of Los Angeles, will preach at both the last mentioned services. Music by t.he vested choir of 80 boys and men. All seats free. All strangers welcome. 24 SPIRITUAL SERVICES IN KRAMER'S hall, 13tl W. Fifth street, bet. Main anil Spring, at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Scientific lecture by Dr. Ohas. A. Andrus of Mich igan, one of our oldest and most eloquent speakers. .Mrs. Barrett, so well and fav orably known, will follow with messages. Appropriate music by E. Z. Barnett and daughter, Miss Zoe, the universal favor ite. Pianist. Miss D. Gibson. All invited. Afternoon free, collection; evening, 10c. 24 THE SPIRITUAL SOCIETY OF TRUTH scekers holds service at 125Vfc S. Spring today. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; con ference at 11 a., m.; at 7:30 p. m. a lec ture by John Brlggs: spirit messages by William Green and other mediums; also, spiritual pictures, one of them being" a beautiful life-size painting of the Naa arcne; come and see this beautiful pic ture; violin solos by Miss Genevieve Bach. Musical conductor, Prof. Baoh. Admission free. 24 LADIES' INDEPENDENT AID SOCIETY —Meeting at Caledonia hall, 119H S. Spring St,;addresa by Mrs. Elliott, piano solo by Mrs. Stanford Johnson, singing by Mr. Humphrey Longley and others, tests by Mr. Henley; admission free. Also on Wednesday evening. October 27. they will give a musical and literary entertainment at Music hall, consisting of solos, duets, recitations and tests, to conclude with dancing and refreshments. 24 REV. JOSEPH WILD. D.D., PASTOR Plymouth Congregational church. Twen ty-first St.: Sunday morning subject, "A Fallen Leaf From the Class Mi.-ting;" evening. "For What War Is The- United States Preparing Now?" Tliis is prepar atory to a serits of sermons on the proph ecies. 24 REV. A. C. SMITHER WILL PREACH ! at 11 a. m. today at the First Christian church upon "The Overshadowing Spirit;" at 7:30 p. m. upon "The World's Debt to Episeopalianism Baptisms a" evening service. 24 THE THEOSOPHICAL SOOIETY-LHC tures at Blavatsky hall. 525 W. Fifth st. at 11 a. m.: "Occultism In Daily Life" by H. A. Gibson; at 7:4," p. m., "Truth, Light ami Liberation" by Miss Wheeler. Pub lic meeting Wednesday evening, 24 CHURCH OF THE UNITY, COR. THIRD and Hill streets—Sabbath school at 9:80 a. m. Rev. E. P. Dinsmore- of Santa Bar bara will preach at 11 a. m.; subject. "Faith in Humanity." 7:30 p. m., meeting of members and congregation. 24 TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH South, on Grand aye., bet. Eighth and Ninth sts. Rev. J. J. N. Kenney, pastor. Services at 11 a. m, and 7:45 p. m. Ex cellent music. Come. sun-tf HOME OF TRUTH—I3IS FIGUEROA ST. Devotional services. 11 a. m.: Sunday school. 12:30: Bible reading. 7:15: Miss Harriot Rix, speaker. All are welcome. 3-10-17-21-31 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH- Figueroa and Twentieth streets; preach ing by the pastor. Rev. Burt Estes How ard at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 24 THEOSOPHICAL HEADQUARTERS— 2201$ S. Main, Odd Fellows' hall: 8 p. m.. students' class; subject, "Giowth of the Soul." 24 THE NEW CHURCH—SWEDENBOR gian—Temperance temple, Broadway and Temple sts.; 11 a. m., ' Things New and Old." 24 CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH- Y. M. C. A. hall: Rev. A. C. Junkln, IT. D., will preach at It a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 24 THE NEW CHRt ST IA N oTTurV'H (Swedenborglan), 450 East Tenth street; 3 p. M.i Rev. W. W. Welsh, pastor. 24 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BIBLE CLASS meets every Sunday at 11 ocloek af si(iv a S. Broadway. oc 10-17-24-31 CHURCH OF THE UNITED BRETH~ ren. J. S. Pitman, pastor. Cor. Pico and Hope sts. sun-tf THE HERALD CRYPTOGRAM— D (See plan at head of classified columns.) 11-26 SPECIAL NOTICES CENTS A LINE NOTICE — THE LOS ANGELES CITY Wate Co. will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between the hours 6 and 8 ocloek a. m. and fi and S ocloek p. m. For a vio lation of th 4 above regulations the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. tf FOR EXCHANGE — PHOTOGRAPHS for carpentering, sign-painting or what ever can be used in our business BLANCHARD. 513 N. Main street. 24 CARPETS CLEANED AND REL AID by ENTERPRISE RENOVATING CO.; satisfaction guaranteed; tel. main 1471. 24 THE DAILY JOURNAL, PUBLISHING county official records, real estate trans fers, mortgages, liens, building news; one dollar monthly. 205 New High st. tf WANTED—SOME ONE TO GRUB stake a man of experience In Alaska. 1339 Palmer aye. 24 SPECIAL SALE -NO CHARGE FOR borders with oc and 7<,fcc wall paper. WALTER. 218 W. Sixth st. 2-12-9S ROOMS AND BOARD CB NTS A LINE ROOMS AND BOARD AT $20 PER MONTH in private family in southwest part of town on car line. Address 1107 Central aye. 10-26 FRUITS AND_VEQETABLES A LINE LUDWIG & MATTHEWS, WHOLEBALE and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT MARKET, 135 S. Main st. Tel. 550. U LOS ANGELES HERALD* SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1897 WANTED—MALE HELP lIUMMELL BROS. & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. California Hank Building, JfOO-302 XV. Second street. In basement Telephone COS. MEN S DEPARTMENT Typewriter anil stenographer, $f;5; cor nice makers, tt.501 private place.sls: shoe maker. $1.50; orchard hands. $20 etc.: plow teamsters, $l.etc; quarrymen, $2 day, free fare, Arizona: ranch hands, ISO etc.; blacksmith. $40 etc.: shinglfr, 50c. per M.: stabl- 1 boss, ranch, $20 etc.: wobd turner. $2.59 to $3; Italian milker, $30 etc.: upholsterer. $10 week: Swede boy, orchard. $12 etc.; married man, orchard, $20, house, etc.; carpenters. Arizona: car penters. $2.50, country: man and wife, dairy and butcher, $35, house, etc.: wood choppers, $1.25; mountain teamster. $30: wood chipper. $2<> etc.; concrt te mixers, $2; chore boy. $10 etc.: spikers. strap pers and track layers: scraper team ster, |1.81 and $184; German for orchard. $IS. etc. We have plenty of work; if you want a job call Monday. MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT Second cook, hotel. $25 etc.: pan washer. $7 week: 2 dishwashers, mining camp, $20 etc. each: dishwasher, hotel. $15 etc.; dishwasher, restaurant. $5 etc: hoard ing house cook. $30 etc.; hotel and res taurant help plea.se call; register free. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT First class housegirl, $25: housegirl, country, $25: 3 houseglrls. $20: nurse-girl, $15. country; nurse girl. $16: 4 housegirls, $15; 3 house girls, $10: young girl, wash dishes. $S; woman to help kitchen, $2.50: Week: good girl. $3.50 week; 3 houseglrls. $13. LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT First class laundress. $25: waitress, country, $4 week; cook, Arizona, $25; 3 good waitresses, country. $20; waitress, country, $5 week; cooks and waitresses call Monday; we have some excellent places. HUMMEL BROS. & CO. WANTED—CiOOD MAN WITH TEAM and light wagon to make trip prospect ing; 1 have outfit and experience and something in sight: call or adeiress S. C. M., room C, SIO'; S. Spring st., for two days. 24 A.-Sl-i PER MONTH-WHY HE POOR or hard up when an intelligent lady or gentleman can get a light, easy position (ail or part time) paying $100 per month? A. WORLD MFG. CO., (3) Cincinnati, Ohio. Permanent. Write for a place. THE EMPLOTM ENT DEPARTMENT of the Young Men's Christian Associa tion furnishes first class help of all kinds 24 WANTED—STRONG HOYS. WHO WILL make themselves generally useful and ( come well recommended. SIEGEL the Hatter. 25 | The First Vfr Is a Premium in 4r^T s i%\. Clevel,,n *» The Herald Blc y c,e Cryptogram of the Contest | ii ■ 1897 nodel Either ladies' or gentlemen's wheel, as preferred. See conditions and explanation of Cryptogram at the head of classified columns. WANTED—TRAVELING MAN WHO will lake- cigars as a side line. 8., box 58, Herald. 24 WANTED—A GOOD. STRONG BOY FOR heavy work. C. E. PRICE & CO., 807 S. Olive. 24 WANTED—EGAN'S RESTAURANT, 126 -12S E. Second St.. serves the best 10c. meal In the city; try it and be convinced, tf WANTED—INDUSTRIAL AGENTS FOR this and other cities. Apply or address room 9, 105 E. First st. tf WANTED—FEMALE HELP MTU OlMrtPi A litffEl WANTED — COUNTRY AND CITY agents and canvassers to handle and sell Mrs. M.Van's Scotch Herb I'll* Cure and Scotch Thistle for all female diseases. 911 S. Main st. Apply to .MRS. M. VAN. 11-10 WANTED — FIE TV EXPERIENCED women operators on overalls and shirts. Machines run by electric power. MOR RIS COBN & CO., 316-320 North Los An geles street. 24 WANTED - EXPERIENCED HANDS for overall and shirt, factory. BROWN STEIN, NEWMARK & LOUIS, 344 N. Main St., Los Angelej. 30 WANTED—A DRESSMAKER WHO UN-' derstandS cutting and fitting to work a; few days. Adress T. box 53, Herald. 24 | WANTED—FIRST-CLASS WAIST AND I Skirt makers. 213 S. Hill. 24 WANTED SITUATIONS—MALE WANTED—A POSITION AS WAITER, porter or janitor: come lately from Pitts burg with the highest recommendation! to gentlemen here. AdreSi RICHARD I HICKS, care J. Bakcwell Phillips, Pas- \ adena. 24 WANTED—WORK, BY YOUNG MAN, j 1 to 3 hours per day. Address 441 S. Hill street, Los Angeles. 25 WANTED SITUATIONS—FEMALE FIVE CENTS A I,I\E | WANTED-POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP er by thoroughly competent woman used to care of children. Address R., Box 57, j Herald. 25 WANTED, BY AN AMERICAN LADY'—j Position as working housekeeper in smail j family: widower preferred; call at once. I 355' i S. Spring st.. room 16. 24 WANTED—WORK BY THE DAY: first-class laundress. 511 W. Eighth st.; Apply by letter. 24 WANTED—I-IY A WOMAN, WORK taking care of invalid or housekeeper; good reference. S., Box 53, Herald. 24 WANTED—PARTNERS FIVE CESTS A LIKE WANTED—A PARTNER WITH SMALL capital to Invest in cash business: abso- 1 lutety safe and profitable. E. T. WHIT NE V. 884) S. Broadway. 24 WANTED—TO J3UY LIVE STOCK Fry j WANTED—TO BUY AN EXTRA FINE cob-built single horse or team, about 15:2. to drive before runabout and phae ton. Write particulars to W. G. 8., Her ald office, Pasadena. 25 WANTED—CALVES AND FAT STOCK. FRED HUGHES, Durham market, 1067 Temple St. Tel. green 73. 6-24tf WANTED—TO BORROW five CENT S^„J;! r, J? WANTED—MONEY— 7 and S per cent income absolutely sure and safe. IS BETTER THAN 10 to 12 per cent on ordinary security. Tlie elements of safety and security in buying certificates in paid-up income stock of the Protective Savings Mutual Building and Loan Association ($lOO to $1(1.000) are: Eirst mortgages secured by real estate at a value of about 3 times the loan, which are deposited with the trustee in et) row. to secure paid-up stock. And life Insurance of borrower, 2 to 1, assigned as extra security for the loans Also fire Insurance, life to 1 (to protect the improvements). Can you find anything safer? Do bam.s offer you as good security? A limited number of shares of this con venient investment is offered at par until further notice. Call or write for circular. THE PROTECTIVE SAVINGS MU TUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO CIATION, 406 S. Broadway. 24 WANTED—AGENTS CENTSLINE WANTED—SO FIRST CLASS BALES men tose'l our Combination Sink Strain er and Plug in ail towns on Pacific coast: also, territory for sale. RUSSELL SINK STRAIN BR CO.. 1215 Market St., San Francisco. 11-4 WANTED — LIVING PICTURE MA chine agents wanted: most profitable automatic nickel-in-slot machine ever manufactured: Just out: repays cost in few days. STIRRUP MANUFACTUR ING CO., 72 Fulton st.. New York. 13t-su LADIES TO ADDRESS ENVELOPES, circulars, and write for us at home. Re ply with self-addressed stamped envel ope. PEERLESS CO., South Bend, In diana. 21 WANTED—AGENTS GET 50c ON EACH dollar: no experience necessary: write for agent's outfit. Address THE CATH OLIC NEWS, 5 Barclay St., New York. 17-24-31-7 WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS FIVE A LINE WANTED—S7OOO— To sell a half Interest In 220 acres oil land: well developed; location conven ient to Loa Angeles, on railroad and pipe line. 24 M. MACDONALD. 325 Byrne block. WANTED—HIGHEST CASH PRICES paid for furniture, carpets, stovc-s and all kinds of household furniture, small or large lots. MATHEWS, 454 S. Main: Telephone Green 524. 10-30 WANTED-GO TO CREW, 206* i W. Fifth for cook, heating, gas and gasoline stove repairing. 24 WANTED—ROOMS AND BOARD A LINE WANTED-BOARD, ROOM AND HOME In vegetarian family, Boyle Heights pre ferred; must be reasonable; reference If desired. Adeiress, with particulars, F. Box 53, Herald. 24 PERSONAL C EN^S^_A^LINII] DON'T READ THIS— If your hair Is falling out, If you have eczema or dandruff. I will cure you in one week. If you are bald you can have $100 if I fail to grow hair on your head; no pay till I do it; all I ask Is your time for treatment. DR. CARPENTER, Rooms 10S-109 Wilson block, cor. First and Spring sts., Los Angeles. 21 RUPTURE CURED-I HAD SUFFERED from a rupture of such character that I could not And a truss to properly retain 11, for more than eight years, "when I placed myself under the care of Dr. Whitehall, SO3 S. Hill St.. for treatment, and in less than two months, and without any detention from business, I was com pletely cured. A. S. CHALFIN, 317 W _Thlrty-flrst st., city. sun-tf SEE LAWYER H. H. HEATH ABOUT It; bills, foreclosure, liens, etc.; law busi ness of whatever nature; low fee; no charges if not successful. Office. Ger man Bank building. 24-31-7-14-21 DR. V. CONDORY, VIENNA PHYBI- Oian (Austria), from Hot Springs Ark ! Office, 821% S. Spring st., Los Angeles, I Cal. Hours, 9to 12; 1 to 5 and 7toB p. m. | 11-14 PERSONAL—A. B. c.: TUESDAY EVEN -1 lng. 6 ocloek. Tenth and Grand. 24 LOST AND FOUND FIVE CENTi A LINE ! LOST—DIAMOND RING, SOLITAIRE. | on Coronado St., bet. center of block and Sev, nth st.. or on Seventh st. and Hoylc Heights car No. ISO. or bet. Third and I Broadway and H. M. Sale & Son's drug i store, or bet. rear entrance of above store I on Center Place (Mott alley) and banking ' house of State Loan and Trust Co. (by i way of Second st.) Return to A. W. BRADBURY, care H. M. Sale & Son, 220 S. Spring st.,.and receive liberal reward. 24 LOST-IN GRAND STAND, RACE track—child's pocket kodak in leather case; Under suitably rewarded. M. S SEVERANCE, 758 W. Adams street. 24 DRESSMAKING FI X E^jCI^TS^A^LINE A GOOD DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE a few more families to sew for. Work either taken home or will go out for $1.50 per day. Satisfaction in style, lit and linlsh. Address COl East Eighth st. 24 WANTED—BY A STYLISH FRENCH dressmaker from the east—work for families. Makes all kinds of dresses and wraps. SO9 W. Seventh street. 24 STOCKS AND BONDS WANTED—TO PURCHASE AMARGOSA mining stock: parties desiring to sell may do so to their advantage by calling on r us. HEDGES & KINNE, 240 Bradbury block. M FOR RENT—HOUSES l'BJ^S^A^lNJS^_^^ WE SELL THE EARTH— BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona and Los Angeles. The renter of today may be the buyer of tomorrow: therefore we have decided to ndtl a renting department to our busi ness: Mr. Charles O. Goodwin will be in charge of this department; you will find hfm pleasant and obliging: there fore, if you want to rent, see C. O. G. WANTED 732 Buildings to Rent 141 neat cottages, 3 to 7 rooms, unfur nished. 103 neat cottages, 3 to 7 rooms, fur nished. 9S dwellings, 6 to 20 rooms, unfurnished. 75 dwellings. 6 to 20 rooms, furnished. 217 lodging houses, 9 to 'steen rooms, furnished, 69 lodging houses, 9 to 'steen rooms, unfurnished. 27 brick blocks, 1 to 14 stories high. 1 convention hall, to hold not less than 15.000 people. 1 tourists' hotel, 600 rooms, with all Improvements both modern and ancient, with commodious grounds and beauti ful surroundings. Yes, we might add to this list about 1800 rooms through the city, large and small, back and front, upstairs and downstairs. Anyhow, If you have anthing to rent, or wish to rent anything, see C. O. G., with BASSETT & SMITH, 25 Room 2, Y. M. C. A. building. FOR RENT —A BEAUTIFULLY FUR nlshcd 6-room house and barn on Twen ty-fourth St.: bath, cement walks and lawn. J. C. OLIVER, 256 S. Broadway. 24 FOR RENT-$l3 PER MONTH; HOUSE of 5 rooms and bath, with hot and cold water, lawn, flowers, barn and Improve ments. 730 E. Fourteenth st. Apply at IXL MARKET, cor. Pico and Maple aye. 24 FOR~RENT-fi-ROOM HOUSE. CLOSE In; Inside of both railroad calls, with water and rent for breakfast and supper. Owner, Address F.. 337 Bauchet st. 21 FOn RENT—6-ROOM FLAT, WITH bath and closets in each room: 622 Ruth aye., in Wolfskin tract; $io per month. A. 8. SHORB. 232 N. Main St. 21 FOR RENT—GOOD 5-ROOM HOUSE, large yard and barn; corner Clayton and Palmetto sts., between Arcaoia and S. F. depots: rent. $13. Including water. 24 FOR RENT—HOUSE. 9 ROOMS: OAS, stabli. flowers; near Tenth st.; low rent. R. VERCH, room 80, Temple block. 24-26-28 FOR RENT—HOUSE. 6 ROOMS, AND stable: close in; $10 with water. R. VERCH, room 80, Temple block. 24-26-28 FOR RENT—A MODERN COTTAGE OP 6 large rooms, between Hope and Flower Us.; rent, $20 713 W. First St. 24 FOR RENT—NEAT 4-ROOM FLAT, with bath, close In. 21S S. Bunker Hill aye. 20-22-21-26-28 FOR RENT—HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS, 2 baths, gas and lawn: can be used for two families if desired; 312 E. Twelfth st. 24 FOR RENT—4-ROOM COTTAGE, 3106 Maple aye.; rent, $9 per month, water paid. Key at 3012 Maple. M FOR RENT—3-ROOM FLAT, FUR nisheel for housekeeping. 303 E. Sixth st. 24_ THE HERALD CRYPTOGRAM— F (See plan at head of classified columns.) 11-26 FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR RENT—FINELY FURNISHED, large sunny rooms, overlooking the whole city; lawns, flowers, porches; grates, fur nace; close to business and all car lines. 121 N. Hill. 24 FOR RENT—THE ELLIOTT, 312 EAST Second and San Pedro streets: newly fur nished rooms; $1 week, 15c night; large sitting room. 25 FOR RENT—DELIGHTFUL SUNNY rooms, single or en suite, with board. No. 819 S. Hope St. MRS. W. B. HER RIOTT. 30 FOR RENT—3 OR 4 COMMUNICATING rooms, unfurnished, for housekeeping; water free; gas range; rent moderate. 443 S. Hill St. 24 FOR RENT—AT A BARGAIN, 7-ROOM house: furniture for sale, $250; rooms all rented. 450 S. Broadway; no agents. 24 FOR RENT — ROOMS FOR $1 PER week: housekeeping suites for $S and $10 per month. 63754 S. Broadway. 24 FOR RENT—LARGE FRONT SUITE, with stove, piano and housekeeping priv ileges. 7422 S. Spring street. 24 FOR RENT—NEATLY FURNISHED front room in private family; reasonable rent.. 1206 V. Twelfth. 24 HOTEL PORTLAND, 444V4 S. SPRING; clean, desirable rooms for rent; close In; rates away down. 11-9 FOR RENT-REAL ESTATE FIVE CENTS A LINE FOR RENT — 10S0 ACRES IN THIS county; 600 acres grain land, 200 acres hay land; all fenced; house and barn and outbuildings; fine chance for a rent er; will take part of crop as rent. A. A. IRISH & CO., 236V4 S. Spring st. 24 FOR RENT—IB ACRES ON COMPTON aye. Just south of city; house and barn; some fruit. A. A. IRISH & CO., 256i, 2 S. Spring st, 24_ FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT FINE CHANCE FOR A MANUFACTURING CONCERN The quarters now occupied by The Herald Printing Establishment. No. 221 EAST FOURTH ST. Will be offered for rent or to lease for a term of years about Nov. 1, 1897. A large two-story building, well suited to manufacturing purposes, equipped with steam plant In perfect running order: apparatus for oil burning, etc. Terms very reasonable. Apply at Her ald business office, 222 W, Third st. DENTISTS FIVE A^INFI ADAMS BROS., DENTAL 23914 S.Spring St.; painless extracting, 50c; fillings; plates, from $4; all work guar anteed; established 12 years. Hours,3-5; Sur.dayß, 10-12. Telephone, black 1273. tf FRANk"STEVENSr32IH"srSPRrNdTTT, open days and evenings; also Sundays; electric light. Tel.. black 821. HYPNOTISM FIVE CENTS A LINE HYPNOTISM TAUGHT—DISEASES treated successfully. J. B. EABLEY,423% S. SDrlna- St. .. . 10-84 FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE BY JOHN H. COKE. 2 BRYBON BLK. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 12-room. modern* residence. In South ern California town of 3000 people: con sis ting of handsome grounds of 214 acres, fruit trees of all kinds for family use; stables, chicken corrals; artesian water; 5000 gallon tank; no incum brance. Will exchange for modern home In the city. Price, 7000; will as sume medium sized Incumbrance. 20 acres in six year old Prunes and Olives, in town of 2500 Riverside co.; Price, $2500; clear. Will exchange for home In this city and as sume small incumbrance. A handsome residence in this city to exchange for business pro perty. Will assume large Incumbrance. 4f 0. FOR EXCHANGE—BY O. J. SUTTON, 108 s. Broadway— $1500- 5 acres Troplco, In fruit; clear; want house and lot, close In; might as sume small amount. $800—Lot 50x148 to 10 ft. alley, on Pasa dena aye.; clear; want house and lot, and assume. $2500—Two good lots, southwest, on graded St.: want house and lot. $1000—20 acres a<t Vlnelarod, clear; want house and lot: will assume. $4000—9-room house, southwest, on cor ner lot 65x130 to 20 ft. alley; mortgage $1500; want smaller house or vacant lots or land for equity. $1000—20 acres good land near city, clear, for gooel lot in Sahta Monica. O. J. SUTTON. 24 108 S. Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE—S3OOO—II 36-100 ACRES, 5 acres of Which is in olives 3 years old, 3 acres in almonds 3 years old, 1U acres In peaches, and 114 acres in apricots 3 years old. balance In assorted deciduous fruits, grapes and berries; shade trees on two sides; fenced (wire); no buildings; water and Hume for Irrigation; situated in Lakeview, Riverside county, Cal.; all In fine condition; clear; want house and lot In town of Los Angeles. M. McDON ALD. 325 Byrne block. FOR EXCHANGE— $15,000, Incumbrance $3000 —23 1-3 acres in West Glendale; 7 acres to 8-year-old navels; 7 acres to 4 and 2-year-old lemons; 814 acres to deciduous fruits; 9-room house, large barn and outhouses, corrals, etc.; 70 shares water deeded with the place; a fine Income-paying property: the finest for its size In the county; want cash and clear Los Angeles property. M. McDONALD, 325 Byrne block. FOR EXCHANGE— $2500—26 acre» In alfalfa: small build ings: water aboudant; close In; will as sume. $1500—20 acres ih Buena Park, with water. $3500—335 acres In Gardena; damp land, 8-room house, etc. $8000—20 acres, choice for berries, ad joining city. $5000—16-room house: rents $40 monthly. Also, large list of other properties. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH. 24 220 W. First st. WE SELL THE EARTH! BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona and 1 Los Angeles. And Exchange Occasionally We have a first class orange orchard. 10 acres, cash value $6000; owner will take $2000 cash and good lodging house, cash value $4000. If this strikes you fa vorably, come and see us. Room 2. Y. M. C. A. building. 25 FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES IN LEM ons, 3 miles from Long Beach; border trees of date palm and camphor; plenty of water under pressure; price, $350 per acre; will take cottage in southwest part of this city; not to exceed $2000; will give terms. VAN VRANKEN & RUNELLS, 24 11414 S Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE-161 ACRES, 18 MILES from San Diego; 40 acres bottom land; water close to surface; exchange for city property: price. $2000. VAN VRANKEN & RUNELLS. 24 11414 S. Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES: 5 ACRES In trees and alfalfa; 4-room house; will exchange for city property; price, $2000. VAN VRANKEN & RUNELLS, 24 11414 S. Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE—IN ST. LOUIS, MO.; $37,000, clear business property; want good orange orchard or Los Angeles income property. M. McDONALD, 325 Byrne block. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—S4SOO; 320 acres land in Lake county, clear: want house and lot or lots or land in Los An geles county. M. McDONALD, 325 Byrne block. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—NO. 105— $800—5-acre fruit ranch and good house, etc.; large barn, etc.: plenty water. M. McDONALD, 825 Byrne blk. FOR EXCHANGE—RIVERSIDE PROP erty for Los Angeles; $2500, 5-room house and barn: lot 60x150; well located. M. McDONALD, 325 Byrne block. WANTED — $14,000: TO EXCHAGE land In Fresno county for house and lot or lots or land In Los Angeles. M. Mc- DONALD, 325 Byrne block. FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD ORANGE ranch, Ontario; $7000; for home, city; many other bargains. EDWARD FRA SER, 10414 Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE—S2SOO ;25 ACRES first class bearing orchard, clear; want house and lot In city, clear. C. O. MOR GAN, 20614 S. Broadway. 24 FOR EXCHANGE—MODERN 8-ROOM 2 story brick house, lot 100x170: southeast; for ranch. Address 1., box 55, Herald. 24 FOR EXCHANGE OR FOR SALE—SI2OO; house of 40 rooms on W. Third St.; rent, $75 per month. M. McDONALD, 325 Byrne block. FOR SALE—OR TRADE; 25 ACRES; 1 mile north of Anaheim: price $1600, cash, or trade $2000. Address G., box 55, Herald. 25 RANCHES FOR BALE OR EXCHANGE for city property M. M. DAVISON, 24 20614 S. Broadway, room 20. FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE YE CENTS A • MSB FOR EXCHANGE— House and lot. Well St.. near Pasadena aye., for vacant lot; southwest preferred; value. $1500. House and lot,W.Jefferson St., 8 rooms, for Oakland or San Francisco; value, $5000. 00 acres near San Framcls?o. M Napa county, known as the Avondale vineyard, for an Improved ranch; value, $SOOO. 20 acres. Improved, near Redlands, for equity in house and lot; value, $1800. 160 acres, improved, Washington; fine property for ranch. Southern California; value, $7500. 35 acres. Riverside coun.'ty. % mile from town : 10 acres bearing orchardl.for equity In city property; value, $2500. Good Improved lowa and Kansas farms for house and lot along the coast, near school. For quick exchange list your property with MERSHON & CO., 24 Tel. main 739. 254 S. Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE—FINE LOTS IN Clinton, la., for Southern California. Good improved residence property in Colorado Springs and Colorado City, Col., for city or country. 100 acres near Oklahoma City for city or alfalfa land. 5-room house Browington, Mo., clear, for California. 5-room house Carthage, Mo., for Cali fornia. Farms in Carroll. Morgan and Wright counties. Mo., for California ami eastern. $16,500 Sedalia, Mo., property for 10 or 20 acre orange or lemon ranch. Lot Omaha for city or near city; will assume. GEORGE VAN DERWERKER. 24 323 Byrne building. FOR EXCHANGE—3 LOTS IN CITY, clear of incumbrance, for team and wagon, suitable for mining outfit. Wanted—Partner In mining business. Call and see me at 330 S. Broadway. For Exchange—Eastern- property for what have you. 24 J. A. McCARTY. S.IO S. Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE—ORANGE, LEMON and walnut groves, alfalfa, corn and su gar beet farms, size, location nnd prices to suit, for your city property. We have a large list of trading properties; bring a description of your property, and we will make you a good trade. STONE ft SMITH, 24 20614 S. Broadway. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE — FINE corn, beet or alfalfa land, $S0 to $123 per acre. FLOYD & WISMER. 24 117 1 ... South Broadway. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—LARGE house. 40x50, and 4 acres first-class land, only $750. FLOYD & WISMER, 24 117'- South Broadway. for exchange—s-room cottage, with large lot, 50x192; will exchange equi ty for rooming house: deferred payments $10 per month without interest. 24 CREASENOER, 247 S. Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE—FINE. WELL IM proved ranch of 10 acres; call and see photograph; want a modern house In the city. 24 CREASENOER, 217 S. Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE—2O ACRES FOOTHILL land for house and lot, lots or lodging house; price $1200. FLOYD &■ WISMER. 24 11714 South Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE- GOOD 5, S, 9 AND u-room hetnffs lots: ttt owner. Tt. VERCH. room SO, Temple block. 24-27 WANTED—LOT AS FIRST PAYMENT on nice five-room cottage, close In. 747 E. Fourteenth street. 24 FOR EXCHANGE—SOO RANCHES. IM proved and Unimproved. What have you to match? See DAY. 310 Henne block. 24 GO TO BEN WHITE, 235 W. FIRST ST., to exchange property. 11-22 THE HERALD CRYPTOGRAM— i (Sec plan at head of classified columns.) 11-26 FINANCIAL FIVE CENTS MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS on dlambnels, watches, jewelry, pianos, sofas, lodging houses, hotels and private household furniture; interest reasonable; partial payments received; money quick; private office for ladies. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14, 254 S. Broadway. 28-tf MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watches. Jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and all kinds of collateral security; storage free In our warehouse. LEE BROS.. 402 S. Spring st. tt MONEY TO LOAN SIOO to $75,000 on city or country real estate. LEE A. McCONNELL, 7-24 113 S. Broadway. TO LOAN— A BARREL OF MONEY ON diamonds, pianos, furniture and all first class securities; business confidential. CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway, rooms 1 and 2. 5-29 tf POINDEXTER & WADS WORTH, ROOM 308 Wlleox building, lend money on any good real estate; building loans made; If you wish to lend or borrow call on us. tf MONEY TO LOAN-UPON EASY TERMS of repayment; reasonable rates; business confidential. Address room 2, 217 S. Main St., Los Angeles. 11-14 FIND OUT -ABOUT ARMAGOSA MINE before buying stock. Address MRS. J. BULLOCK, 402 E. Twenty-third st. 10-17-24-81 MONEY TO LOAN. $500 TO $5000 IN SUMS to suit: no delays. CONTINENTAL BUILDING A ND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 126 W. Second St., Wilcox building. tf TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON real estate security I have It In any amount. WM. F. BOSBYSHELL. 107 S. Broadway. B -20 tf MONEY TO LOAN UPON EASY terms of repayment. STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N., 151 S. Broadway. 5-20 MI I CAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMALL loans at very light expense. HENRY HART, 108 E. Second at. tt^ BATHS VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE GIVEN by Mrs. Francis, who has physicians' references. 11914 W. First at., room 3, bet. Main and Spring sts. 11-U WATCHMAKING LINE WANTED—WATCHES TO CLEAN AT 60c; mainsprings at 25c; warranted for one year. M. O. DOLSON, 367 E. First st. 24 JEWELRY REPAIRED ANDIfADE TO look like new; prices moderate, w. J. GETZ, Jeweler, 336 S. Broadway.