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The Herald. Rates for Classified Advertising Liners—S cents per line for each Insertion. Notice of Marriage, Birth er Death — Free. Obituaries, Funeral Notices and Special Announcements— 10 cents per line. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS HERALD SUB-AGENCIES ADVERTISEMENTS left at the fol lowing agencies will receive prompt at tention, and will be printed as quickly and with the same care as if left at the main office. 138 S. Broadway. DOWNEY AYE. AND EAST SIDE L. P. COLLETTE, 621 Downey aye, OLD WORLD DRUG STORE, 102S Downey aye. WIS. H. HARMON, 70," Pasadena aye. CENTRAL AYE. AND VERNON H. L. SCHERB, Adams st. and Cen tral aye. CHICAGO PHARMACY, Central nve. and Twelfth st. .T. V! AKET, corner Central and Ver • non ayes. MAIN ST. AND SOT'TTIWEST E. T. PARKE PHARMACY, 3129 S. Main. WESTLAKB GROCERY, cor. Alva rado and Seventh sts. H. L. PARK, DRUGGIST, cer. Thirty eighth and Wesley aye. .T. W. BROWN, .IR.. DRUGGIST, Junction of Hoover, Union and Twenty fourth sts. BOYLE HEIGHTS H. C. WORLAND, 2133 E. First, Sta tion B. ,T. P. WYLIE, 1977 E. First. J. M. HARRIS. 1842 E. First. TEMPLE AND NORTHWEST DR. H. KALLEWODA, DRUGGIST. cor. Temple st. and BeaudrV aye. FRANK D. OWEN, cor. Temple and Belmont aye. VIOLE & LOriZICH, DRUGGISTS. 427 N. Main St. SPECIAUVOTICES ' FIVE fFATS A LINE NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of 0 and S oclock a. m. and 6 and S oclock p, ra. For a vio lation of the above regulations the water will be shut off and a fine of ?2 will be charjje 1 before the water will be turned on again. tf THE DAILY" JOURNAL. PUBLISHING county official records, real estate trans fers, mortgages, liens, building news; one dollar monthly. 205 New High st. tf TILTON, CI7 S. SPRING. PAYS Hldl est cash price for Ladies'.- gents and chil dren's new and second-hand clothing, shoes, etc.; send postal. SMOKY LAMP AND (ill. HEATERS RE paired; work guaranteed. 009 S. Spring "St. 1-2 GOOD WALT, PAPER. CEILING AND 9-irtch border for 12-ft. room, $1. WAL TER. 027 S. Spring. Tel. 983 green. ■WANTED—LADY WILL CARE FOR . children by the day or month. Address L., box 42. 26 SHOES REPAIRED—MEN'S SOLES. 35c; ladies' soles, 30c. 405 S. Spring. 5-12-98 PERSONAL FIVE CENTS A LINE MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED from Sl9 S. Grand aye. to 6!< W. Eighth st.; female diseases treated by electric ity; cure guaranteed. tf KLONDIKE—ARE YOU GOINI '. ? IF SO, get Inside information by sending name and address to R., box 527, New York city. 22-23-27 FARMERS OR FRUIT GROWERS wanting first class help should call on M. M. WALTERS, 456 3. Main. 21 BATHS FIVE CENTS A LINE HYGIENIC INSTITUTE. 231 S. BROAD way. rooms 3 and G. Tel. main 739. Rest scientific manual massage; pupils of re nowned specialists of Europe; steam baths superior to any other; chronic dis eases successfully treated the past six years; treatments at home; references. DR. L. GOBBMAN. su-tf LADIES' DEPARTMENT, HAMMAM Turkish baths (only one in city); all kinds of baths, 23c to II; oil rubs; mas sage and electricity. 210 S. Broadway. 1-4" GENUINE SWEDISH MASSAGE. ELEC tric. vapor and shower baths, given sci re: Ideally, by MRS. A. MAYER, rooms 1 and 2. 500% s. Broadway, 12-29 MME. SOUTEXIER, 322 W. FIFTH ST., gives steam and alcohol baths, electric and medicinal treatment for all chronic diseases. tr ISADORA FRANCIS. CABINET BATHS and massage: 233 W. Firs', room 4, be tween Spring and Broadway. 1-11-98 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS FIVE CENTS <V LINE FOR BALE—SEWING MACHINES— New machines from 120 to $35; a few more of those $5 machines li ft liv Hiding Singers, Domestics and others; every machine guaranteed: machines to rent $1.50 per month. 607 S.. Spring. 26 ' FINE UPRIGHT PIANO, JUST FROM 'the factory; a bargain for right party; Cheap for cash, or will sell on the In stallment plan. Tin: HERALD PUB LISHING CO. Call for J. S. RODMAN. tf FOR SALE—BICYCLES—PRICES ~RE duced for the holidays on all our new and second-hand wheels to make room for new stock. THE WHITE AG ENt'Y 911 South Main st. 'n C FOR SALE—IRON QUAKER BRICK machine, horse power, Latest Improved; capacity, 10,009 per day. GLEASON 60S S. Spring. 20 HAY—GOOD QUA 1,1 TV. ?7 TOX WMF AT $». L. A. HAY STORAGE AND 3WILL ING CO.. corner Third and Central avo. Tel., main 1390. 27 FOR SALE—A CENTRALLY LOCATED restaurant, cheap: owner changing bus iness reason for selling. F. 11. PIEPERA CO.-, 102 S. Broadway. 26 . FOR SALE—2OO STANDS OF BEES AND outfit Cheap; leaving country. Inquire 712 Philadelphia st. 20 CHURCH AND SOCIETY NOTICE . jjra r CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ' In Y. M. C. A.'hall., 209 South Broadway. p This morning at 11 o'clock win give a special Christmas praise service by a 1 double quartet, composed of Mesdames 1 J. T. Newkirk, M. Gerhardy, Louise Tor ry, 1,. Pierce. Messrs. J. T. Newkirk, L. Banketer. J. W. Stephens, F. M. Burney, assisted by an orchestra composed of E. C. Wilson, first violin; Miss Mayme Grander, second violin: Miss Veil* Knox, viola; W. H. Mead, flute; Clarence W. Stevens, 'cello; Lewis O'Hara. bass; Mrs. W. D. Larrabee, pianist: Rev. Dr. Dins more Will make remarks appropriate to the occasion. The following program will be rendered: Opening voluntary, from "Cavalleria Rusticana," P. Mas cagni, by orchestra.: "Christians. Awake," P. A. Schnecker: "Hark. What Mean These Holy Voices," W. W. Gil christ, with soprano obligato, sung by Mrs. J. T. Newkirk; "Gloria Patrl." Dud ley Buck, church quartet; "Voluntary," Calkins, by orchestra; "The Christmas Herald." C. W. Coombs, with tenor and soprano solo; "Willie Shepherds Watched Their Flocks." C. A. Havens", with so prano and bass solos: "The Christ Child." C. W. Coombs, obligate, sung by Mrs. Newkirk; orchestra.; parts arranged by C. W. Stevens. Music under the di rection of Mrs. .1. T. NeWkirk. 26 CHRISTMAS SERVICE-LADIES' IN dependent Aid Society will hold Christ mas services at South Broadway this evening. Address appropriate to the occasion of Mr,--. M. T. Longley; musical selections by Miss Humphrey; vocal se lections by Miss Burke; Messrs*. Well. Humphrey and Longley, cantata for chil dren's voices, entitled "Christmas Gift;" recitations byjuda Biggins and MissOra Burke; distribution to the children by Santa Claus. 26 ST. PAUL'S CHURCH -OLIVE STREET, bet. sth and 6th, opposite Central park Rev. John Gray, rector. All seats free, all strangers *v?:comc; church hi close proximity to ail the principal hotels. Services today: Holy Communion 7:30 a m.. Sunday school B:18 a. tn.; momtng prayer and sermon 11 a. m.: holy com munion 12 m. Tho Rt. Rev. Dr. Johnson, bishop of Los Angeles, preacher; the rector, celebrant; Christmas music will be repeated; p. m. musical ser vice without sermon. FIRST CHRISTIAN I'HURCIL 11 OPE and Eleventh sts. 1 ; Rev. A. C. Smither will preach at 11 a. m. upon a Christmas them", with special music: at 7:30 p. m. there will be a grand Christmas praise service: public invited. 26 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Figucroa and Twentieth sts.: preaching by the pastor. Rev. Burt Estes Howard, with communion service and reception of members at 11 a. m.; Christmas praise service by the church choir at 7:30 p. m. 26 CHURCH OF THE UNITY, CORNER Third and Hill sts.: Rev. C. W. Wer.dte. pastor: Sunday at 11 a. m.. general Christ mas service for young and old: special music: address on "The True Meaning of the Stories of Christ's Nativity." No evening service. •THE LIGHT OF TRUTH" SOCIETY meets tonight at Caledonia hall 1 . 119 1 -; S. Spring. Address by Mr. Morris. Tests by Mrs. Russell and others. Admission free. Do not forget the entertainment and dar.ce of this society on next Wednes day. December 29. 26 THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY LECTURES at Blavatsky hail. 525 W. Fifth St.: 11 a. m.. H. A. Gibson. "A Larger View of Christmas:" 7:45 p. m., Mrs. Julia A. Bri.'ik, "Key Notes." 26 THEOSOPHICAL HEADQUARTERS, 220'- S. Main St.: lecture. 7:43 tonight; "Whom Did Jesus Worship?" by Will C. Bailey of San Francisco; Mr. Bailey's last lecture here. 26 HARMONIAL SPIRITUALISTS' Asso ciation. Music hall; 2:30 and 7:30 p. m.: Mrs. Maude L. yon Freitag. the noted test medium: Mrs. Emma Sherwood, contralto, soloist. 26 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 fi"rl; 7 ['T'ni^ : e~rsalist. church, cal edonla hall. 119' i S. Spring St.; Rev. A. A. Rice, pastor. Subject, 11 a. m.. "Giv ing." Sunday school 9:45 a. m.: V". P. C. U. at 119 N. Pearl st., 7 p. m.' THE NEW CHURCH—SWEDEN RORGl an—Temperance temple, Broadway and Temple st.; 11 a. m., "The Word Made- Flesh." 26 HOME OF TRUTH. i:."5 FIGUERO.V ST. Services 1.1 a. m. and 7:43 p. m.: Sunday school. 12:30; Harriet Rix, speaker. All are welcome. 19-26 PETERSILEA SOIREES — SUNDAYS: Musical, Psychical. Literary: Thursdays, Pyschometric Readings; 8 sharp. 325 S. Hill St. SCIENCE BIBLE CLASS MEETS EVERY Sunday at 830V4 South Broadway at II o'clock. V. C. LEWIS. Instructor. 26-2-9-16 THE NEW CHRISTIANITY CHURCH— Bwedenborgtan— !*# E. Tenth st.; 3 n. m.: R. v. W. W. Welsh, pastor. WANTED—TO BORROW m i: cents a line WANTED—MONEY: $1008-$l2OO SHORT cent nei, splendid security. See us al once. POIX'DEXTER & WADS WORTH. 27 :. i W OX i.lock. WANTED—TO RENT FIVE CENTS V LINE WANTED—RENT COUNTRY HOTEL. STOCKS AND BONDS FIVE CENTS \ LINE FOR SALE—THE UNDERSIGNED OF t ired up to $50,000; secured in properly vol bankers. Full information by^W. 0 v. Bosbyshe'.L 107 South Broadway, or by James F. Towell. State Loan and Trust Company Bank. Los Angeles. ,26 ATTORNEYS^ AT LAW FIVE CENTS A LINE BROUSSEAU & MONTGOMERY— Attorneys-at-Law 403 Bradbury block, Lcs Angeles, tf CHARLES O. MORGAN, ROOMS 101 AND j 122, Hellman block, corner Second and | Broadway, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FIVE CENTS A LINE LUDWIG & MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT MARKET, 135 S. Main st. Tel. 050. tf LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 26,1897 WANTED—MALE HELP HUMMEL BROS. & CO EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. California Bank Building. 300-302 W. Second St., In basement. Telephone 509. WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO work at home; I pay $S to JIG per week for making crayon portraits; new patent method: anyone who can read and write can do the work, at home, in spare time, day or evening. Send for particulars and work at once. Address H. A. GRIPP, German artist, Tyrone. Pa. WANTED—A THOROUGHLY EXPERl enced and reliable man to do porter's work and sleep in store. Must give first class references. A good position for the right man. W, box 41. K-St .V—6ooo rEOPLE~TO EAT CHRISTMAS Turkey. Cranberry sauce and plum pud ding, 20c. EG AN'B RESTAUR A XT, 126 E. Second st. tf WORKIXGMEX. Ol'T OF WORK AND out of money, should call on M. M. WAL TERS. 456 S. Main; help of all kinds em ployed. 20 HOTEL AND HOUSEHOLD HELP. MRS. Scott. Mi«s McCarthy; employment; tel. M 9. IQTtt 8. Broadway, 1-12 WANTED—FEMALE HELP FJVBJ CENTS A LINK WANTED—WOMAN TO ASSIST IN housework and take care of children: small family: wages, $12. Apply 117 W. Thirty-second. 20 HOTEL AXD RESTAURANT MEN, AT tention—lf you want llrst class help call on M. M. WALTERS, 4668, Male. 26 WANTED SITUATIONS—MALE FIVE CENTS A LHttfi WANTED—SITUATION, BY AMERI can; any kind; can speak ami write Ger man fluently. V.. box 41. Herald. 20 WANTED—TO PURCHASE CENTS WAXTED—TO PURCHASE— A BARR REALT\" COMPANY, ROOM 230 WILCOX BUILDING, TELEPHOXE NO. MAIN 539. $16,000 to $90,000—Business property. We have a customer to purchase well-located business property on either Main. Spring or Broadway, who Will pay at least one half cash and the balance In well rented residence property. If you wish to sell kindly bring US a description of your property and we will get you a re port on it very promptly. BARR REALTY COMPANY, Room 230 Wilcox Building. 27 Telephone No. 539 Main. WANTED TO PURCHASE—TO OWN ers of city business property I wish to say that I now have customers for at least two properties valued at about $30,000 each: I wish also to say that at no J'me do I advertise unless I mean business. My customer* are ready to buy, and pay for their purchase.. What 1 want is tho right piece of property to sell. If you own good business property and will soli at a fair price list it with us. X R. C, O'BRYAN, 342 Byrne Block. WANTED—AN ORANGE GROVE, IN frostless belt. K> to 40 acres. Give loca tion, lowest cash price, how many acres in each kind of fruit, age of trees, water, scale and Improvements (if any;. Owners only. Address X, box 41, Herald oliice. 27 WANTED—TO PURCHASE MORT gages: money to loan. CHARLES LANTZ. Attorney-at-Law, room 40S Bul lard Meek. 20 WANTED—AGENTS FIVE CENTS A LINE A—slBoo A YEAR—I MAKE IT WORKING for A. Gray & Co., (6) Cincinnati. Ohio, selling Royal Platers, plating knives, forks, spoons, etc.: quickly plated by dip ping in melted metal: fine finish; plate guaranteed 5 to 10 years; everybody has goods to plate: easy work: big pay. Write for a lilac- : sample free., WA NTED—AG EX TS EVERYWHERE, X daily made easily, most liberal plan today for full information. ALUMINUM NOVELTY* CO., 333 Broadway, New York. 20 WANTED—INDUSTRIAL AGENTS FOR this and other cities. Apply or address rccm 9. 105 E. First 8t tf WANTED—PARTNERS FIVE CENTS A LINE WANTED— PARTNER TO TAKE OXE half intenest in fyenc-ral merchandise store at Ohatsv.-orth Park, doincr ,iroo<l business: SIOOv. Call on or address CHAP FIN. Chatswood Park. TU-TH-SU WANTED —ROOMS AND BOARD FIl i: < ENTS A LIKE WANTED —YOUNG COUPLE. BEST first-class, necessary, Give FULL de- WANTED—ROOM AX!) BOARD BY* A literary gentleman with widow lady of means who will give him a home. Ad- P.. box 4.':, 26 WANTEP-MISCELLANEOUS FIVE CENTS A LINE WANTED—ALL SUFFERERS WITH dyspepsia, constipation, catarrh, kidney and liver troubles to call for free trial bottle. CALIFORNIA COLUMBIAN CURE CO., 226 S. Spring. 26 WANTED - HIGHEST PRICES PAID for household goods, carpets, etc. MAT THEW'S. 454 S. Main. 'Phone, green 524. IE GOOD WORKHORSE, under 7 years old: also set harness and wasron. WM. J. GILL.VXD, \n\ W. Jef ferson St. WANTED EC AX'S RESTAURANT. 126 -12S E. Second St., serves the best 10c. meal in the city: try It and be convinced. WANTED—YOUR SMOKY LAMPSAXD oil heaters to repair; satisfaction guar anteed. 609 S. Spring st. 1-2 WANT TO BUY A BRILLIANT DlA mond, about l.i karat. Call 617',!. S. Broad way, room 10. 29 FOR RENT—HOUSES FOR RENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES BY EDWARD D: SILENT & CO., 212 WEST SECOND ST. (Under Hollenberk Hotel. ) We make a specialty of the care of property and the collection of rents, and will give careful attention to property left In our charge. If you are looking for a dwelling, furnished or unfurnished, store, lodging bouse or flat, to rent, we can suit you. Largest list In the city. $9— S. Flower st.. near Fifth, 5-room cottage, with bath. $10—San Pedro St., near Fifth St.; cot tage Of 5 rooms; newly papered; lot fenced: large stable. $10—San Julian st.. near Twelfth St., cottage of 4 rooms and bath; lawn and flowers, $10— West Thirty-sixth st.. near Main. 7-room 2-story house; lot fenced, lawn, etc. $12—Centennial aye., near Temple St., cottage of 6 rooms, bath etc.; newly reno vated. $12—Wall St., near Eighth st,. 5-room modern, upper flats. $13—Merchant st., near Eighth St.; s room cottage, bath, etc.; first-class. $16— W. Washington St.. near Bush St.. 5- room 2-story house; bath, large lot. three sheds: will be put In good shape lor permanent tenant. $15 Barttett st.. near Beaudry aye. cot tage of 5 rooms, modern: newly papered: large stable with four stalls. $18—Vernon St.. near Seventh st,, mod ern 7-room I'4-storv cottage; on good car tine. $15— N. Bunker Hill aye.. near Temple st.. 5-room upper fiat; bath, gas; newly papered. Si3 —Orchard aye. near Twenty-sixth St.; 6-room modern cottage: lawn, flow ers: large (table; near University car line. $15— E. Twenty-eighth St.. near Main si.; 6-room modern cottage, newly deco rated; lawn, flowers, etc. $16—Montreal st.. near Buena Vista It. 1 6- room cottage, vacant Jan. Ist: within walking distance of business center. $48—Crocker st.. near Seventh St.; 3 room cottage, newly decorated; gas,bath, lawn, flowers: fenced. $18—Brent St., near Temple St.; S-room 2-story house; bath. etc. $20— E. Twenty-ninth st., near Maple aye.; 7-room cottage; bath, electric light, lawn and flowers. $20—Winfleld st.. near Vernon st.: cot tage of 6 rooms: modern; large stable, with servants' room: lawn and flowers. $22— s. Main st., near Twenty-flrst st.: modern cottage of 6 rooms; newly deco rated: ingrain paper; barn, lawn and flowers. $22—Trenton St., near Twelfth St.: 6 room cottage: gas, bath, shed, lawn and flowers; near good car line. $23—California St.. near 11 111 St.; 6-room modern flat; electric light, gas grate; porcelain tub; within Walking distance of business center. $22— E. Fifth St., near Main St.: upper flat of 3 rooms: bath, gas and'electric light; large hall; can be used for extra room. . $25—Maple aye.. near Pico St.: S-room 2-story house, with reception hall: bath, gas. etc.: lawn ami flowers: first class. $36— W. Thirtieth st.. near Vermont aye.: 9-room 2-story house; bath, elec tric light; balcony on two sides; shades up: lawn, flowers and fruit. $25—s. Grand aye.. near Second St.l 6 room lower flat; porcelain bath, gas and electric light. $23—Vermont, aye.. near Twenty-sev enth St.; S-room 2-story house; new and modern; electric light, etc.: on Traction line. $30— S. Flower St., near Tenth.: 9-room 2-story house: bath and gas: owner will put in good shape for permanent tenant. $30— S. Hill st.. near Tenth St.: S-room 2-story house: hath. gas. two grates: barn; fenced: lawn and flowers. $30— S. Hill St., near Eleventh St.; new house. 6 rooms: bath, electric light: walls finished in Alpine plaster and tinted. $35—Vermont aye., near Twenty-sev enth st.: new 9-room 2-story house; por celain bath; electric light; on Traction line. $46—8. Main St., near Sixth st.: S-room house; barn. lawn and flowers: first class. L ng list of others. We can fill your wants. See us at once. EDWARD D. SILENT & CO., 212 W. SECOND ST.. ( Under Hollenbeck Hotel.) 13 FOR RENT—SI 2, WATER FREE; COT tage 0 rooms, bath; barn, lawn. 924 Towne aye. $s.sfl. water free; 3 rooms, bath; 795 Mer chant st. WIESENDANGER CO., 31 431 S. Broadway. FOR RENT—2 NEW HOUSES, 4 ROOMS each: pantry, screen porches, closets and cellar: $7 and $9. with water. 832 Wat erloo rt.. off Temple. 26 FOR RENT—3-ROOM FLAT"; FlRBT class: every modern convenience. 256 E. Fifth st. 26 FOR RENT—4-ROOM FLAT, SECOND floor, close in. $7. with water, to good ten ant. Caill 550 Crocker st. if, FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSES CENTS A LINE FOR RENT —5-ROOM FURNISHED flat: gas range, etc.; close in. TAYLOR, 104 Broadway. 20 FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FIVE CENTS A LINE THE PALM HOUSE, UNDER NEW management, is offering nice, clean, quiet lodgings at lowest prices in the city. 907 E. Fifth St.. near Arcade depot; also first-class meals if desired, also at popu lar prices, 12-19-26-2 FOR RENT—AT THE BANCROFT, 727 S. Broadway, furnished and unfurnished rooms, with steam heat, baths, gas and use of community kitchen. You get more for your money than any other place in the city. m FOR RENT—I SUNNY UNFURNISHED room; aluo, 2 furnished rooms, light housekeeping privileges. 4IS W. Fourth si. 26 FOR RENT - FINE FURNISHED rooms, privilege of front parlor; only first class people desired. THE MAC KENZIE. 827*4 S. Spring. 1-9 FOR RENT—NICE, CLEAN ROOMS, $1 a week and up, and 25 cents per night: also housekeeping rooms. 519 S. Spring street. 1-1-98 FOR RENT-LARGE, SUNNY ROOM; grate, every convenience; ho list-keeping. Sl3 S. Grand aye. 26 STORES AJ\ID OFFICES I'lKB FOR RENT—VACANT STORE AT 1253 S. Figueroa. Inquire at Clark's Wood and Coal Yard. 1219 S. Figueroa. tf WATCHMAKING FIVE CENTS A LINE WANTED—WATCHES TO CLEAN AT 50c; mainsprings at 23c; warranted for one year. M. O. DOLSON, 367 E. First st. 26 YOU CAN BE THE JUDGE WHETHER prices are cheaper than where rents are high. W. J. GETZ, Jeweler. 336 S. Broad way. • tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—THE BEST 20-ROOM LODG- Ing house on Broadway, nicely furnished and comp'iete, with new furniture. This Is a paying house, but owner must sell before leaving the city. Will take part cash and balance In trade or mortgage. Call at 333 N. Broadway, this week, after noons. 26 KLONDIKE—WANTED BY A TEMPER ate and reliable man, with first class references and some experience, suitable grubstake for a two-years' prospecting and mining outfit to Alaska or North west Territory, for V, interest In same. Address M. 0., P. O. box 306, Los Angeles. 28 C. E. MAINE, 440-411 Bradbury Building. If you want to Invest money. In small or large amounts, or If you have prop erty to sell at a sacrifice, call and see me. No property listed on commission. su-tu-th-sat IiusINiESS CHANCES; LODGING houses, real estate for sale, collections, unfurnished and furnished houses, rooms and stores for rent. 226 S. Spring. Tel. black 1021. EDWARD NITTINGER. Es tablished 1880. 1-14 FOR SALE—A SNAP. IF TAKEN AT once, for cash: corner grocery and bar; doing good business; selling on account of death: call and Investigate. 626 Com mercial st. 26 FOR SALE—SPRING STREET RFSTAU rant; old stand; big trade: bargain; $600. L D. BARNARD. 28 Hi 8. Broadway, WANTED—PARTY WITH $20».X> TAKE \i Interest water system worth 18030, GIRDLE STONE & PHELPS. 26 201 Currier building FOR SALE—LIQUOR SALOON; VERY old; central stand; big bargain; $$80. 26 I. D. BARNARD, n>3 s. Broadway. FOR SALE—A GENTEEL BUSINESS, paying clear J;! to i'.j p»r il.tv, $?M. *N 1. P. Barnard. 108 s. Broadway, FOR SALE—NICEST DELICACY STORE In Los Angeles: big sacrifice, 8226. 26 1. D. BARNARD, 103 S, Broadway. FOR SALE—A CASH GROCERY STORE. Trade established; good location. Z., box 43. Herald. FOR SALE—FRUIT STAND. WITH SODA fountain: good fixtures, etc. 602 Downey aye. 26 FOR SALE-200 STANDS OF BEES AND outfit cheap; leaving country. Inquire 712 Philadelphia St. 26 t. D. BARNARD, 103 S. BROADWAY will sell out your business. tf FOR SALE—Blacksmith shop, good trade, aheap; $03 East First. 26 FOR SA LX—PAY INO lIA RN ESS SHOP. 1640 Temple st. 26 r'OR SALE—LODGING HOUSES FIVE LINE FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSES: 16 rooms—Sixth st., bargain. $6tA 40 rooms—Broadway, central. $2300. 24 rooms—Main sr., entirely new, 5K* 1 11 rooms—Spring st., very nice. $650. 30 rooms- Hill St., cost $200. for SK'5O. 24 rooms—Rent only $30, for $300. 30 rooms—Wall St., price $1100. 25 rooms—Spring St., central, $1060. 26 rooms—W. 2nd St., choice, $2300. 20 rooms—Grand aye.. $1200. 26 I. D. BARNARD. 103 S. Brondn-ay FOR SALE—THE BEST 20-ROOM LODG ing house on Broadway: nicely furnished and complete, with new furniture. This is a paying house, but owner must sell before leaving the city. Will take part cash and balance In trade or mortgage. Call at 333 N. Broadway, this week, after noons. 2ft FOR SALE—GOOD, NEW LODGING house, centrally located; part cash, bal ance city property. GEORGE VAN DERWERKER, 26 323 Byrne building. FOR BALE— Hotels, rooming nnd lodging houses Special bargains offered for buyers. Ml L. SAMBON & CO., EB3 West Fourth street. FOR SALE—A DESIRABLE ROOMING house located on Broadway; must sell be fore Jan. Ist; good reasons will be given for selling. F. H. PIEPER & CO., 102 S. Broadway. 26 MEDIUMS FIVE CENTS A REMOVED—MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM and palmist, life reading, business specu lations, mineral locations, removals, law suits, travels, marriage, children, dis positions and capabilities; all affairs of life. 236' i S. Spring st., room 4. Fees, 50c and $1. tf LAURA BERTRAND, PALMIST AND card reader. Foretells your success In life; advice on mining, journeys, ladles, 25c; gents, 50c. Parlors. 12-14, 31314 S. Spring st. 1-13 MME. GRACE, CARD MEDIUM; THE wonder of the 19th century; reveals the past, present and future. 544 S. Los An geles St., bet. Fifth and Sixth sts. 1-6-9S MRS." E." z.*barnett I "business"a ND mining: sittings daily; circles Tuesday and Thursday evenings; 344 B. Hill, 12-27 THE HERMIT OF THE OJAI, ASTROL ogist: send birth data and 25c. HERMIT, Ventura, Cal. 10 GRACE GILMORE, CLAIRVOYANT, Card Reader. Ladies, 25c; gents, 50a 124H S. Spring St., rooms 7 and 8. AGNES H. PLEASANOE, TRANCE spirit medium; sittings daily. 35314 S Spring st. 1-5 EDUCATIONAL FIVE CENTS A WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226 S. Spring st., will conduct special classes for public and high school students un der the Instruction of Prof. C. S. Thomp son of the Seventeenth-street school, from July 6th to September Ist; tuition |4 per month; half day sessions; our regular commercial and shorthand work continued throughout the summer at usual rates. Pupils enter any day and receive Individual Instruction. Rooms are large, cool and pleasant. Electrlo elevator. Write or call for Illustrated catalogue. G. A. HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER. vice-president LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, 212 W. Third street, Currier block: day and evening sessions; write for catalogue and booklet on new budget system. 12-31 TEACHERS GET $60 TO $200 PER MO.; try short cut to certificate. Apply Boyn ton Normal, 625 Stimson block. 1-16 DENTISTS ADAMS BROS.. DENTAL PARLORS, 239V4 S.Spring st.; painless extracting, 50c; fillings; plates, from $1; all work guar anteed; established 12 years. Hours. 8-5; Sur.days, 10-12. Telephone, bl-.ck 1273. tf FRANK STEVENS. 324V4 S. SPRING ST.. open days and evenings; also Sundays; electric light, Tel.. black 82L FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE-(BUBINESS PROPERTY): I can offer at a very low figure a piece of Spring street property, west side of tho street and south of Fourth. This prop erty Is In a condition that demands t. sale, and for that reason I consider It ad visable for buyers to Investigate this at once. R. C O'BHYAK, 26 342 Byrno liiock. SUGAR FACTORY SITE— 7775 acres choice sugar beet land; per fect site for sugar factory; good railroad facilities; close to Los AngelA; must be sold entire. W. H. HOLABIRD, 1-11 308-310 Byrne building, Los Angeles. FOR SALE— Income business blocks and business lots on Broadway, Main and Spring streets Very special bargains. M. 1... SAMSON & CO. 128 W. Fourth st. FOR SALE—S. BROADWAY; LOT 56x250; alley: 6-room cottage; one-half cash, bal ance exchange. J. M. TAYLOR ft CO., 101 Broadway. 26 HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE— BARR REALTY COMPANY. ROOM 230 WILCOX BUILDING, TELEPHONE NO. MAIN "»9. FOR SALE—RESIDENCES $7CO—A neat 4-room cottage, In good condition, one-half block from Central aye. electric car line, and can be bought on small payments and easy terms. $1253—Near the above we have a 5-room cottage, with bath, closets, pantry and screen porch, well and windmill, with fruit trees on the lot; buyer need only pay $200 cash; balance on easy terms. $1800— A neat 6-ronm cottage, with large lot, near the corner of Adams and Main sts.: this property has been held at $2500, but owner says In order to make a quick sale make the price $ISOO. $1700 —A cosy new 6-room cottage on W. Twenty-second, near Grand aye.; If you want either a cosy home or a cottage for investment, It will certainly pay to look this up. $3250—9-room residence, with all modern Improvements; sewer connected, and property located In the attractive West lnke park region: this property is well worth $4000, consequently must be a gen uine bargain when for sale at only $3230. $2600—An at t tractive 8-room house, thoroughly modern and complete, with all conveniences, including electric light chatuleliers: situated cloae to car line in southwest: If you have $300 In cash you can buy this property and make your own terms for the payment of the bal ance. BARR REALTY COMPANY. Room 230 Wilcox Building. 27 Telephone No. 539 Main. FOR - SalsP ON INSTALLMENTS: $1250 $1250 A very desirable new, modern 5-room cottage, on Eighteenth street, near San Pedro, $230 cash, $15 per month. This is a snap. Come quick. W. I. HOLLINGSWORTH & CO., 338 S. Broadway. AN IDEAL HOME LOCATION— NOBBY NEIGHBORHOOD TWO CAR LINES STYLISH 1 COTTACIES 3 and 6-room cottages Inlliebeautiful Menlo Park tract, ort Washington. Twen ty-third and Twenty-fifth sis.; lots 50x15' ft. to 15-ft. alley; street work all paid for; shade trees. These houses are new, have bath and all modern Improvements; art a big snap at the price; this Is the tlmi for you to get your own home on very easy terms. Look at them tndav. EAST ON. ELDRIDGE & CO., 121 S. Broad way. 26 FOR BALE— A modern 8-room, 2-story house on San Ptdro st., close in, at a great bargain. The rooms are large and conveniently arranged; new San Pedro St. electric lino will pass the property. San Pedrc street is coming to the front. Don't miss this chance. W. I. HOLLINGSWORTH & CO., 23S S. Broadway. FOR SALE— ~ CLOSE-IN RIESIDENCE New nwdern cottage, 5 rooms and bath all conveniences, Gladys aye., btweer Fifth and Sixth sts., within 10 minutes walk from Second and Spring sts. Thii is a rare chance of securing a great bar gain. Terms and prices will suit you. Apply t< EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO., 26 121 S. Broadway. WILDE & STRONG have one of the largest lists in the city of elegant homes ranging In price frorr $5009 up to $20,600. If you are looking foi something nice in that line It will afford them great pleasure to show you th( properties they have to offer. WILDE & STRONG 26 248 W. Fourth, Chain. Com. Blk. FOR SALE—BARGAINS; crn houses In fine neighborhoods. 8 rooms, $3750 : 9 rooms, $3500; 12 rooms $4250—a1l first class residences and offeree at less than they could be built for today If you really want a good house at i bargain, see POINDEXTER & WADS WORTH, 308 Wilcox block. 30 FOR SALE-$2975; A VERY FINE 8 room and reception hall; mantel, bath porcelain; house finished In white pine and handsomely frescoed; good neighbor hood; .$475, balance 3 years; let us sho* you this property. J. M. TAYLOR & CO., 104 Broadway. 21 FOR SALE-HOUSE OF 3 ROOMS; LOI 49x130. on Fourth St., Boyle Heights; onlj $350, for a short time; terms, $60; bal ance $10 a month. F. A. HUTCHINSON 330 S. Broadway. 20 FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE Fivic cmrri a A'JR^wvr. HOUSES AND LOTS) FOR SALE- , FOR SALE ON INSTALLMENTS ' Stop Faying Rentt "* $1250 $1260 Another of those beautiful little t room, modern, new cottages In the Ea tella Tract: streets graded, cement side walks;.the houso Is Just finished and Is now ready to move Into. Small cash payment; balance on monthly Install ments W. I. lIOLLINGSWORTII & CO., 338 S. Broadway. FOR SALE—S-ROOM, NEW HOUSE, Weitlake avc... corner lot. 0-room. West Twenty-ninth street; part cash, balance time. GEORGE VANDERWERKER, 26 323 Byrne building. FOR SALE— Beautiful residence with all modern Im provements, near Weetlake park, very cheap. Ml. 1... SAMSON & CO., 328 West Fourth street. FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BASSETT & SMITH. Pomona, Cal. tf CITY LOTS FOR SALE— | 1 WILDE AND STRONO The only close in property on the mar» ket, and offered at bed-rock prices. WILDE & STRONG'S Subdivision of THE FRANK SABICHI TRACT Fronting on the two great thoroughfares SEVENTH SAN FEDRO STS. ALSO. CROCKER ST., TOWNE AND RUTH AYES. 10 minutes' walk from city hall. The cheapest property on the market. Streets in perfect order. GRADED. GRAVELED, SEWERED, SIDE WALKED and CURBED. Lots in any size to suit—2s, 30, 35, 40. 45 or 50 feet. Go down and look the property over. For maps and full particulars, see WILDE & STRONG. 22S W. Fourth St. FRANK SABICHI. Cor. Eighth and Main sts. ALEX CULVER, 26 On the tract. FOR SALE— Must be sold before New Year's Day. Make an offer. How would you like to have a home In the beautiful Wilshlre Boulevard Tract? We have a 7-room, modern 2-story house, overlooking Wcstlake Park, on the clean side of the street, surrounded by elegant residences, fine lawn and or namental trees. The owner Is a non resident and writes us to sell the prop erty at a great sacrifice; he must have money; terms very easy; only $1150 cash required. Let us drive you out to see this property. W. I. HOLLINGSWORTH ft CO., Sofle Agent* 338 S. Broadway. ONLY $1050 ONLY $1050 ONLY $1050 Three large lots on Seventeenth St.. near San Pedro; the electric road which Is to bo built on San Pedro street will pass within 150 feet of these lots; the price is far below that asked for adjoin ing property; owner must sell; he needs money; $1060 takes the three. W I. HOLLINGSWORTH & CO., 2g 338 S. Broadway. FOR SALE— Lots on Bellevue aye., Kent street Marathon aye., Fanning street. Philleo, Ida, Eureka and Waterloo streets, In beautiful Marathon tract; beautiful view, fine water system, near electric and cablt cars and west of Echo park. Prices and terms to suit the times; If required will furnish money to build with at low rats Of Interest. Ml. MAODONALD. 326 Byrne block. 26 FOR SALE— Residence lots very cheap on and neat car lines near Westlake park. M. L. SAMSON ft CO., •' 128 West Fourth street.