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The Herald.
Rates for Classified Advertising
Uners—s cents per line for each
insertion. Notice of Marriage, Birth
or Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral
Notices and Special Announcements—
10 cents per line.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Jf£J*Q^^^
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 caro as If left at the
main office, 138 S. Broadway.
DOWNEY AYE. AND EAST SIDE
L. P. COLLETTE, 621 Downey aye.
OLD WOULD DRUG STORE, 102S
Downey aye.
WM. H, HARMON, 765 Pasadena aye. j
CENTRAL AYE. AND VERNON
H. L. SCHERB. Adams st and Cen
tral aye.
CHICAGO PHARMACY, Central aye.
and Twelfth st.
J. V. AKEY, corner Central and Ver
non axes.
MAIN ST. AND SOUTHWEST
E. T. PARKE PHARMACY, 8129 S.
Main.
WESTLAKE GROCERY, cor. Alva
rado and Seventh sts.
H. L. PARK, DRUGGIST, cor. Thirty
eighth and Weslev aye.
T. W. BROWN, JR.. DRUGGIST.
Junction of Hoover, Union ani Twenty
fourth sts.
TEMPLE AND NORTHWEST
DR. H. KALLEWODA. DRUGGIST,
cor. Temple st. and Beaudry aye.
FRANK D. OWEN, cor. Temple and
Belmont aye.
VIOLE & LOPIZICH, DRUGGISTS,
427 N. Main st.
BOTLE HEIGHTS
H. C. WORLAND, 2133 E. First, Sta
tion B.
J. P. WYLIE. 1977 E. First.
J. M. HARRIS, 1842 E. First.
MEDIUMS
THE MOST MARVELOUS
OF ALL MARVELS.
NOTHING LIKE IT EVER WITNESSED
" ■v ON EARTH.
Health. and happiness by con
sulting Rr. Reede, the recognized king
of all clairvoyants.
Ramona Hotel. Spring and Third sts.:
he calls you by name, tells you names of
your friends and relatives, tells what you
called for. In fact, there is no hidden mys
teries so de ?p he cannot fathom.
WHILE IN A TRANCE STATE
He gives infallible advice on business
speculations, stock investments; in fact,
e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g.
SEEI'.S'G IS BELIEVING.
So extraordinary are his marvelous
tests of the vronders and powers of clalr
voyancy that they must be witnessed to
be believed.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no fee tak
en: all business strictly confidential,
hours from 9:3t) a. m. to ii p. m.: Tuesday
and Friday till S p. m.: Sunday to 3 p. m.
RAMONA HOTEL.
Cor. Spring and Third streets: parlors S,
9, 10. 22
ARE YOU STRUGGLING WITH BAD
luck? Com*; find out what is causing
v your trouble: get your luck changed and
begin to pro,sper. Is there any desire of
your heart y<ou wish granted? The great
Pafmlst and Psychic never fails; drives
away sorrow: causes the one you love
to love you. Advice on all business: per
sons dtveiopexl. 221 S. Main. 2-1S
LAURA LERTRAND. PALMIST AND
successful Card Reader: student under
the noted "Cheiro;" advice on business,
journeys, mining, love, and all matters
pertaining to life. Ladles. 25 and 50 cts.
and gents 50 cts. Parlors 12 and 14, 313! a
S. Spring. 23
RE MOV ED—MRS. " PARK ErTME DI liM
and palmist, life reading, business specu
lations, mineral locations, removals, law
suits, travels, marriage, children, dis
positions and capabilities; ail affairs of
life. 230'; S. Spring St., room 4. Fees, 50c.
and $1. tf
MME. GRACE. CARD MEDIUM AND
Palmist: the wonder of the 19tp century:
reveals the past, present and future. 541
S. Los Angeles St., between Fifth and
Sixth sis. 2-6-9S
MRS. WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND
life business reading medium: all busi
ness affairs of life looked into for the ad
vancement of your future. 310.i S. Spring
street. 2-12-9S
MRS. E. Z. BARNETT, BIJsINESSAND
mining: sittings dally; circles Tuesday
and Thursday evenings. 344 S. Hill. 1-28
GIXXCE ~"giLMORE, " CLAIRVOYANT.
Card Reader. Ladies. 25c; gents, 50c.
124' ii g. Spring St., rooms 7 and 8.
MRS. E. M. DUVAL. CLAIRVOYANT,
the most wonderful In her profession;
now at 51S S. Los Angeles st. 1-26
MME. LEOnT M EDIUM,. TriE~BEST IN
the city; 818H3 S. Main st. Panorama
building, room 19. 23
AGNES H. PLEASANCE. TRANCE
spirit medium; sittings daily. 35514 S.
Spring st. 2.5
MRS. WEEKS - WRIGHT"- CLAIRVOY
ant and test medium. 226',i S. Spring st.
" 2-11 '
DENTISTS
FIVE CENTS A LINE
ADAMS BRJS., DENTAL PARLORS
139H S.Spring St.; painless extracting 50«
fillings; plates, from $1; all work guar
anteed; established 12 years. Hours S-5-
Surdays. 30-12. Telephone, bl .ck 1273. tf
DR. C. V. BALDwTnT DENTIST, RE.
moved to Grant building, NW. cornet
Fourth and Broadway. Tel. green 1071.
2-8
FRANK STEVENS. 32414 R. SPRINT; ST.
open days and evenings; also Sun Cays
electric light. Tel.. black 821.
DR. B. W. DAY, DENTIST, REMOVE]
to 112 S. Broadway, room 127, New Hell
man Building. 2-14
BOOKS
FIVEjCENTS A LINE
BOOKS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT, SOLI
and ex-hanged. JONES' BOOK STORK
220 and 22s W. First st. tf_
HOTELS
FIVE CENTSLINE
HOTEL BROADWAY', 429 S. BROAD W'Y
tf
SPECIAL NOTICES
AT A MEETING OF THE MINNESOTA
Association of Southern California, held
January 22d, IS9S, the following: testimon
ial was adopted:
Whereas, we are called upon to mourn
the death of our esteemed fellow-citlzei
and member ot this association, Kimbal
Proctor Cullen; and
Whereas, The intimate relations hel<
by him with the members of this nsso
clan make it fitting- that we record our
appreciation of hint; therefore be it
Resolved, That we have learned with
heartfelt sorrow of the decease of Mr
Culler,, the former president ot the asso
claWon, who as such officer extended the
cordial hand of friendship to all who
came to California from Minnesota and
adjacent states, and whose kindly as
sistance will be gratefully remembered
by many among us.
In his business and social relations he
won the esteem and friendship of all
with whom he came in contact, and his
loss will be most keenly felt by tfiose
who knew him best.
To his bereaved family the members
of this association extend their warmest
swmpathy ln this the hour of their afflic
tion.
Resolved, That the secretary of the
association be requested to trar.sniit a
copy of this testimonial to the widow
and family of the deceased.
JOHN M. MILLER,
President.
J. K. MOORK,
2i Secretary.
JUST ARRIVED—ANOTHER LARGE
shipment of those famous "Superb" sew
ing machines at ?22.i<\ Parties who have
been waiting can now be supplied prompt
ly. The pi>oplc of this city and surround
ing country tire beginning to realize that
it is not necessary to send away back
Etist for a cheap machine, when they can
get laid down at their own doors one of
those elegant Up-to-date "Superb" sew
ing machines for 122.60 (without paying
agent's commission! by going direct to
the Davis and Advance office, 4*l
South Broadway. The "Superb"
at $L'2.jO is the latest production of one of
the oldest, largest and most reliable fac
tories on earth, the Davis company, who
are represented in all of the principal
cities of the world. The "Superb" at
$:2.j>o is fully guaranteed, and has all the
latest labor saving features and
Improvements that mechanical gen
ius, modern machinery, and 20 years'
experience can suggest. Simple in con
struction (a child can operate it), finest
piano finished antique oak woodwork and
easily-applied steel attachments, it is un
questionably the highest grade sewing
machine ever offered at a price within
the reach of all. Country buyers wri:e
for catalogue and particulars of free
trial plan. "Superb" at J22.> and latest
style drop-head cabinets. $:10. shipped to
any part ot California. Arizona and Xew
Mexico. Head distributing office, 451 S.
Broadway, I.os Antteles.
—$25.00 REWARD WILL HE FA ID BY
the undersigned to the first person fur
nishing information of the present
whereabouts of Francis McKinney, form
erly of Rushfor.l. N. V.. if living, or for
proof of his death. Has been in the west
over 20 years—was at t>r near Flagstaff.
Ariz.. In 1880. OEtt. G. SOULE. Plain
well. Mich., executor of estate of Chloe
H. McKinney. SO
DEAD
THIN, FADED AND FALLING
Hair restored: eczema and all scalp dis
eases successfully treated: Will guaran
tee to grow a good head of hair on any
bald head: if you doubt, come and I will
treat you free. Rooms 105-108 New Hell
man block, corner Second anil Broad
way. DR. E. JUANIE, 23
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol
lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling
are between the hours of 6 and S oclock
a. m. and o and S oclock p. m. For a vio
latfon of the above regulations the water
will be shut off and a tine of $2 will be
charged before the water will be turned
on again. tf
THE LOS ANGELES WOMAN'S MlN
ing Syndicate will hold a meeting on Sat
urday, the 29th. at 2 o'clock p. m.. at the
parlors of the Nadeau Hotel. All who
wish for information apply at room 204.
Stimson building, the office of the syn
dicate. 23
ESTHER DYE. MAGNETIC HEALER:
se\-en years' successful healing In Los
Angeles; diseases diagnosed and located
without asking questions: consultation
free. Send for testimonials. Corner of
Spring and Sixth sts.. over drug store.
2-18
JULES HEUGEN, 534 Vi SOT'TIT BROAD
way. Hotel Delaware, telephone red 1388;
massage, electric and vacuum treatment,
hygienic baths of every kind. Finest
equipped institution in city. Patrons
also treated at home. I tf
WANTED—ALL KINDS OF RELIABLE
help, both male and female, furnished,
city and country, on short notice. SUN
SET EMPLOYMENT AND ROOM
RENTING AGENCY. 128 N. Main st.:
telephone red 1441. 23
FOR' SALE—THE FANCHER CREEK
Nursery. 332 South Broadway, have the
finest lo: of fruit trees and roses ever
brought to Los Angeles. Now is the
time to plant them out. D. H. LENOX.
Agent. 23
THE DAILY* JOURNAL, PUBLISHING
county official records, real estate trans
fers, mortgages. Hens, building news; one
dollar monthly. 205 Now High st. If
STRANGERS IN THE CITY CAN SAVE
time and trouble by leaving their names
at the Excelsior Laundry. 211 W. $ci -
ond st. We'll do the rest. 23tf
JUST AS WELL HAVE YOUR LAUN
dry right as wrong. There's one laundry
you can depend on for proper work—TH E
EXCELSIOR* Phone 307. tf
TILTON, C 47 S. SPRING, PAYS HlGH
est cash price for Ladies', gents and chil
dren's new and second-hand clothing,
shoes, etc.; send postal.
GOOD WALL PAPER. CEILING AND
9-i-nch border for !2-f!. room, 81. WAL
TER, C 27 S. Spring. Tel. 9i>3 green.
STAGE DANCING TAUGHT—LADIES
or gentlemen. Address FAIRFIELD G.,
box 40, Herald. 22-23-20-30-31
CHINESE AND JAPANESE HELP FUR
riished. GEO. LEM, 240% E. Ist; tel. g. 108,
«.
SHOES REPAIRED—MEN'S SOLES. 85o;
ladles' soles, 30c. 403 S. Spring. 5-12-9S
CHIMNEY SWEEPER—J. B. FROV'A. 71G
N. Vlgnes. su-tu-frl
WATCHMAKING
FIVE CENTS A LINE
STERLING SILVER SPOONS; LARGE
assortment, new designs, moderate
pres. W. J. GETZ, Jeweler, 330 S.
Broadway.
WANTED—WATCHES TO CLEAN AT
DOc; mainsprings at 25c: warranted for
one year. M. O. DOLSON. 3C7 E. First st.
2-S-9S
! WATCHES CLEANED. 50c; MAlN
spilngs. 25c; warranted 1 vr. ROB
-111 ns. ::n n. Third st. ___
MINING ANDASSAYING
FIVE CENTS A LINE
THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE
and Chemical Laboratory, 121 S. Main St.
R. A. PEREZ, a Al., manage'-. 12-4 tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1898
CHURCH AND SOCIETY NOTICE
KIVH CENTS A LIMB
i THE MUSIC AT ST. JOHN'S EPISCO-
I pal church today will include: Organ
prelude, Larghetto, Spohr: processional,
"Rejoice Ye Pure In Heart." Messlter;
i Venite, Robinson; Te Deum, Woodward,
i in E Hat: Benedlctus, Stalncr; Hymn,
"Brightest and Best," Mendelssohn; Of
fertory, "Light's Abode, Celestial Sa
lem." Smart: Olorla Patri, Field, In D;
Recessional, "We Love the Place o' God,"
anonymous; Organ postlude, Rinck. At
even-song: Organ prelude. Aria, Men
delssohn; Processional. "The Church's
One Foundation." Wesley; Choral ser
vice, Tallis, in F; Psalter, Anglican
.chants; Magnilicat, Henley: Nunc Dlm
ittis. Barnby: Hymn. "Art Thou Weary."
Baker; Offertory. "Tarry With Me. O
My Savior," Dykes; Recessional, "Sav
ior Again to Thy Dtar Name," Dykes;
Organ postlude, march, Barglel. The
services at St. John's church today will
be: Holy Eucharist. 7:30 a.m.: morn
ing prayer and sermon by the rector at
11; full choral even-song and sermon by
Rev. W. P. D. Bliss, at 7:30 p.m. M
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, S.
Olive St.. between Fifth and Sixth, oppo
site Central Park., Rev. John Gray, rec
tor. All seats free; all strangers wel
come. Services today: Holy communion.
7:30 a. m.: Sunday school, 9:1.". a. m.:
morning prayer, 11 a. m., when Rev.
Haskett Smith, M. A., of London, will
preach his farewell sermon before leav
ing for England. Subject. "Tin Test of
Manhood." Full choral evensong a: 7:30
p. m., by vested choir of men and boys.
Subject of address by Rev. John Gray,
"Mfc Bliss' Ideal and the Real." 23
THE LADIES' INDEPENDENT AID
Society will hold their usual Sunday
night meeting at C3titj south Broadway,
this evening at 8 p. m. Lecture by -Mrs
Longley. Subject: "Human Wrongs''
Vocal and instrumental music by Mr.
and Miss Humphrey and Mrs. Elliott.
Tests by Dr. Bchleslnger. Admission
free. This society will give a musical
entertainment next Wednesday evening
ot the same place. Admission, includ
ing refreshments, IS cents. 23
HARMONIAL SPIRITUALISTS - Asso
ciation. Music Hall. 231 South Spring St..
2:3") and 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Maude L. yon
Freitag. medium. The entire time, af
ternoon arid evening, will be devoted to
"ballot" readings and spirit messages.
In the evening Mrs. Kmma Sherwood, by
request, will sing "The Holy City;" Mrs.
Grace E. Brophy. pianist. Admission 10
cents. Mrs. Freitag will give private
sittings only a few days longer at 3154 S.
Spring st. 23
FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH. CAI>
edonia hall. UtHi S. Spring St.; Rev. A. A.
Rice: subject. 11 a. in.. "How the Doc
trine of Righteousness Modules Belief in
Mans Natural Condition." Sunday
school 9:4."i a. m.: Y. P. C. U.. 7 p. m..
119 N. Pearl.
TRUTHSEEKERS MEET AT 123> s S.
Spring st.. at 10 a. m: evening services at
7:41, Mr. Frank Ripley, the noted Boston
medium, will deliver a lecture on "Ob
session;" violin solo by Miss Bach; spir
it messages by Mr. Ripley. Admission
free. 23
THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY-LECTURES
at tllavatsky hall. ,".2.". \V. Fifth st. 11 a.m..
"The Evolution of the Soul," Abbott
Clark: 7:1"> p.m.. "Three Great Ideas."
11. B. Leader; 3 p.m.. Lotus Group for
children. 23
THEOSOPHICAL H EADQU ARTERS—
ZNHi S. Main. Lectures p. m.. by Mr. O.
P. Taylor. "An Evening With the Poets."
Wednesday evening. Rev. W. D. P. Bliss
will speak on "The Individual and So
ciety." 23
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Y. M. C. A. hall; Rev. Dr. Gordon will
preach at 11 a. m.. and Miss Abbie Chap
in. returned missionary from China, will
address the missionary meeting at 7 p. m.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. HOPE
and Eleventh streets.: Rev. A. C. Smlth
er. pastor: sermon at 11 a. m.: stereop
tleon lecture upon "The Life of Jesus" at
7:20 p. m.: public invited.
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
REV. JOSEPH WILD. D. D.. PASTOR.
Plymouth Congregational church. Twen
ty-first st.: Sunday morning subject,"The
Tower of Babel;" evening, "The* Ark of
the Covenant."
CHURCH OP THE UNITS", COR. THIRD
ami Hill sts.. Rev. C. W. Wendte, pastor.
Sunday school at 9:80 a.m. Sermon at
11 a.m. by Rev. W. P. B. Bliss. Xo even
ing service. 23
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Figueroa and Twentieth sts. Preaehlng
by the pastor. Rev. Burt Bates Howard,
at 11 a.m. and at vesper services at 3:15
p.m. 23
HOME OF TRUTH 1315 FIGUEROA ST.
Services 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.: Sunday
school, 12:30; Harriet Rix, speaker. All
are welcome. l-S-15-22-29
PETERSILEA SOIREES - SUNDAY'S:
Musical. Psychical. Literary: Thursdays.
Psychometric Readings: ,\ sharp. £2", s.
Hill street. 23
V, M. C. A.-DR. ('HAS. H. ST. JOHN
will deliver an address to men only at 2
p. m. today. Subject, "Sowing and Reap
ing." 22
CHURCH OF CHRIST (SCIENTIST)—
Services, Sunday. 10:1" a.m.; Friday, 7:30
p.m.. at Ebell Auditorium, 730 S. Broad-
THE NEW CHURCH < SWEDENP.ORr
gian). Temperance Temple, Broadway
and Temple st. 11 a.m.. "The Letter
11. " 23
[THE NEW CHRISTIANITY CIIUIti'H
j (Swedenborglan), 45'j E. Tenth st., s p.m.
It- v. \V. W, W i-h. pas'or. 23
WANTED —AGENTS
FIVE (TATS A LINE
MONEY MAKER—I TOOK OLD DR.
1 Lee's advloei make Sl-k>j a year and ex
penses selling it". Quaker Rath Cabinet;
easy job: no capital: Turkish ami vapor
baths at home are delightful; rw> doctor
and meiiieine bills; cure and prevent 'Ur
ease. Write for place. A "WORLD
MFG. ci)., ii, Cincinnati, Ohio. "ii
PHYSICIANS
FIVE CENTS A LINE
A RARE OPPORTUNITY—GOOD Lo
cation and practice in Los Angeles given
to a physician who will buy two horses,
phaeton, harnesses, etc.; will leave house
furnished or unfurnished, Address HHY
SICIAN, W. box 42. Herald. l(i-l?-23.
TREATMENT ONLY We: TRY OUR
battery for all chronic diseases. Room
4, 2424 Breiadway. 2-16-98
DR. UNGER CI"RES CANCERS'AND
tumors. No knife or pain. 107'™ N. Main
street. if
MASSAGE
FIVE CENTS A LINE
MRS. STAHMER, 131 N. SPRING. ROOMS
103-104. Massage, vapor baths. Tel. green
12. _____ 2-4
JULES HENGEN, HOTEL DELAWARE;
finest equipped baths in city. U
WANTED—MALE HELP
' WVJB CEJIfTIi A LIMB
■ nuMMEL BROS, ft CO.,
I EMPLOYMENT AGENTS.
California Bank Building,
800-302 W. Second at., in basement.
Telephone 609.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
; Shlngler, 50.000; wood splitters. $t cord;
stableman, country, $15 etc.: Swiss ranch
hand, for Portland. Ore.. $20 etc.: butch
er's delivery, Arizona. $30 etc.; ranch
hands. $20 etc., Ventura county and San
Diego county. See us Monday; we ex
pect some good orders.
MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Camp cook. $30: broiler. $14 week; fry
cook. $13 week, etc.; pot,washer, country,
$20 etc. Do not forget, to register with us.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Two houseglrls. $25: houseglrls. Alham
bra, Azusa. Fallbrook, $25; Covina. Whlt
tler. $20: Fallbrook, Ontario. $15: also,
Riverside, $15; 4 houseglrls. $20: 6 house
girls. $15; girls to assist, $10 to $12. Wa
supply the best places with'help; see us
Monday.
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Waitresses, city and country, $20 etc.;
extra waitresses Tuesday: ranch cook.
$20; chambermaid, $20 etc.: cook, coun
try, $30. We want waitresses and cham
bermaids for the best hotels.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO
work at home: I pay $s to $10 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—VOCALISTS, MUSICIANS
specialists, or other persons of the theat
rical profession, either ladles or gentle
men, professionals or amateurs, to reg
ister with us: no charge for same. LOS
A N G E L E S Tl I EATRICAL EX
CHANGE. 254 S. Broadway, room 22. 23
CIVIL SERVICE GOVERNMENT Posi
tions: 60 questions and answers free. Ad
dress HUGHES PREPARATION, Wash
ington. D. C. 23
WANTED—DENTAL STUDENT. LADY
preferred: instruction free to right one.
Address F., box 40, Herald. 2:1
HOTEL AND HOUSEHOLD HELP. MRS.
Scott. Miss McCarthy: employment; tel.
Sl9. 107U S. Broadway. 2-15
WANTED—FEMALE HELP
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED—SIX PRACTICAL NURSES.
For particulars call at room 10. IOiU-a S.
Broadway. ' 23
WANTED—HOUSEGIRL: WAGES. $15
p.r month. DR. PARKER. 210 w. Thir
ty-first. , 23_
WANTED SITUATIONS—MALE
FIVE CEXTS A LINE
WANTED—STEADY MAN To WORK
around place, care horse, cows, garden
and make himself useful; will go home
and board himself: work cheap: wants
something to do. J.. Box 42, Herald. 23
WANTED SITUATIONS—FEMALE
FIVE CEXTS A LINE
WANTED—POSITION BY THOROUGH-
Iy experienced trained nurs*. graduate
largest eastern hospital: physicians' rec
ommendations. Address S.„ box 40, Her
ald. 23
WANTED—PARTNERS
FIVE CEXTS A liINE^
WANTED—A GOOD MAN WITH $700 TO
go with me to Mexico md operate a
money-making business, a-ith excellent
promise. I have- a businfes established
here and can furnish satisfactory refer
ence. Address V.. box 3*. Herald. 23
WANTED—YOUNG GENTLEMAN TO
take Interest In good paying, very desir
able business: $1200 to $150 required: giv
en on trial, with small payment down.
A . iri ss J.. box 40. Herr,ld. tf
WANTED —ROOMS AND BOARD
FIV JRXT S .jyjJJ^^
WANTED—BY A LADY "WHOSE HUS
band is commercial traveler, board and
room ln drat class prl-vatchote! or family.
References. Address V., box 40. Herald..
23
WANTED—M3NEY
FIVE CENTS LINE
WANTED—ABOUT $M 0 TO COMPLETE
an cutllt for AlasSa: I have one of the
I. ggest and beat money-makers ever
thought cf: now. If you don't want to go
up there, 1 will rive you \ s I mu.kc. Give
me your address at once and 1 will cal!
on you. Address If., Box 40, Herald. 23
WANTED—MONEY; 2 FIRST-CLASS
country leans. Orange county: Ik's Al se
:urlty, worth $12,000; want $4000 for 2 or ::
years; I have seen this property. CHAP
MA N. 42:1 liyrne building. 2£_
WANTED—TO RENT
FIVE CENTS A LIVE
WANTED—©-ROOM MODERN\NEW OR
nearly so up-to-date cottage; No.'l ten
tint; none better; between Pico and
Adams. HiHl and Bush. Also, all the va
cant 6 and C-room modern cottages that
art' vacant and owners desire :t tenant.
F. H, PIBPER & CO.. 102 S. Broadway.
23
WANTED—3 OR 6-KOOM MODERN I
cottage; must be sunny; no objection to
Maple or Santee st-. north ofWaibJaur
ton; first class tenants. F.iH. PIEI'EIc
& CO.', 103 Uroadway, 23_
WANTED —REAL ESTATE
FIVE
WANTED—BARGAINS IN RKATL Es
tate, If you are going to Klondike, or
must sell for cash, call on JOHN L.
PAVKOyiCH, 220 W, First, 24
WANTED--MISCELLANECUS
FIVE pBIITS * UHB
WANTED —BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
bids for boring a well 225 feet deep at Ag
ricultural Park; full particulars at of
ftce of C. B. DE CAMP. 213 South Spring
street. 2 1_
WANTED - HIGHEST PRICEB PAID
for household goods, carpets, etc. MAT
THEWS, 454 S. Main. 'Phone, green 624.
tf
WANTED—SECOND HAND WINDMILL
cheap for cash. Send description and
price to FRANK EVREST, 729 College st.
23
WANTED—DOGS; 76 POUNDS AND
over, for Alaska. Address P. O. box 557,
city. 23
WANTED—GOOD SECOND-BAND Bi
cycle. Address T.. Box 40, Herald. 23
WANTED —A GOOD SHOTGUN; -WILL
pay; cash,. 497 Henae block, 23
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE—
BARR REALTY COMPANY,
228-230 Wilcox Building:,
Telephone Main 589.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
$1200-For this sum we are authorized
to sell a M Interest ln a thoroughly well
equipped wood-working establishment,
manufacturing specialties. This Is an
excellent opportunity for an energetic
young business man with a good head for
machinery and a small amount of cap
ital. Call at our office for further par
ticulars. • .
$1200—This ls the best located delicacy
store in the city, doing an excellent busi
ness, and with everything about' the es
tablishment looking "neat as a pin." The
owner Is obliged to go abroad for a num
ber of months and Will therefore give an
excellent bargain to quick customer.
BARR REALTY COMPANY.
23 Rooms 225-230, Wilcox) building.
KLONDIKE—A GOOD CHANCE FOB
investment; a very rel'.abl» man ls be
ing grubstaked to go lo the Stewart
river. Alaskn.. with party Just from
there:, with $30,000. taken out in a short
time, will remain there two years and
give one-half of all property scoured.
Call at once, or address room 8 (Jordan
block, Los Angeles. 2-1
C. E. MAYNE,
440-441 Bradbury Building.
If you want to invest money, ln 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
STOCK OF LADIES' CLOTHING, NEW;
cloaks, wrappers, capes, jackets, suits,
etc.; invoice $4000: also. 2 residences In
Pittsburg. Pa., for sale or exchange for
clear realty or business here. Apply to
owner. MRS. STORK. 511 Ceres aye.. Ar
cade depot. Burnett-Narolsie block, if
FOR SALE—A FINE BUSINESS; THE
only one of this kind ln Los Angeles,
does mostly wholesale business; guaran
tee $leu a month clear; will stand trial:
must be sold next month: owner going to
Europe. U.. Box 41. Herald office. 2J
FOR SALE—A GOOD ROUTE ON THE
Daily Herald in this city, with WO names:
will be sold to a good active, reliable
man who can give It his personal atten
tion. Apply to The Herald business
oflice. tf
FOR SALE — $500: BEST BUSINESS
chance in the clly for amount invested:
experience not necessary: more than the
amount in sight and delivered. VAN
VRANKEN ft RUNELS, U4',4 S. Broad
way. 23
FOR SALE—BAKERY: GOOD TEAM
and wagon, route, tools, etc.: good liv
ing rooms attached and very cheap rent:
best of reasons for selling. P.. box 40.
Herald. 23-26-30
WANTED—PARTNER: ESTABLISHED
manufacturing business; price $100 if
sold Monday; Will invoice $M*i; investi
gate this. Apply 334. E. First st. 23
FOR $150—WANT A PARTNER IN A
good mercantile business, well estab
lished; 2 horses anil "wagons. Call 553 S.
Broadway, room 10. M
WANTED—A PARTNER WITH SOME
capttabin a well established manufactur
ing business. Address E. S. 8., Herald
office. 27
FOR SALE-R. R. RESTAURANT, Ci
gar stand and building: a bargain: $750.
23 I. D. BARNARD. 103 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—S7.I WILL BUY A CIGAR
stand well worth $125: come quick.
23 I. D. BARNARD. 10;t,S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—CASH GROCERY: GREAT
bargain; account of departure; $72.",.
23 I. D. BARNARD, 10.1 S.Broadway.
FOR SALE—HEALTHY EXCLUSIVE
outdoor business; big bargain; $1500.
23 I. D. BARNARD, IOMS. Broadway.
FOR SALE—CORNER CIGAR STAND;
choice location: very fine trude: $375.
23 I. D. BARNARD. lO.'.'S. Broadway.
FOR BALE —CHOICE BILLIARD HALL,
cigar stand and line club rooms : $750.
23 I. D. BARNARD, 1 10£) S. Broadway.
FOR SALIC—CORNER GROCERY. IN
cludlng building: big sacrifice:' $100.
23 I. D. BARNARD. 10:1' S. Broadway.
MOTICE—ENTIRE TA.MAI.K BUSINESS,
with sandwich wagons, for sale cheap.
Inquire at 720 Wall St. 24
t. D. BARNARD, 103 S. BROADWAY
will sell out your business. tf
FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSES
FIVE CEXTSLINE
FOR SALE—BEST 20-ROOM ROOMING
house on Broadway at B bargain, full of
roomers, netting $75 per month. Tele
phone linpwn MX. R. E. MUNCEY.
23 lf.su, West Third St:
PERSONAL
FIVE (EMSjI LINE
CAHILL— INFORMATION WANTED OF
Daniel F. Cahlll, mining expert, last
heard of in Los Angeles about two years
ago. His mother having died, some busi
ness matters require his immediate at
tention. Address fi. F. CAHILL, 212 E.
Fifth St., Cincinnati. Ohio. 27
MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED
from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth
St.; female diseases treated by electric
ity: cure guaranteed. tf
MME.LEO HAS RETURNED AND WILL
be at her parlors, 12.", W. Fourth St., on
and after January 23d. 23
LOST AND FOUND
FIVE JLIKE
LOST—A PAIR OF GOLD-BOW SPEC
tacles. Tuesday evening, bet. Second anil
Broadway and 503 W. Twenty-seventh
st. Please leave at The Marvel. 241 S.
Broadway. 23
■LOST-THURSDAY' MORNING NEAR
Fifteenth st. and Maple aye.. bay horse,
3 years old. Return to 1331 Prospect St..
off East Pico. 23
LOST—LADY'S GOLD WATCH BET.
Thirtieth and First sts.; Under will be re
warded by returning to 121 North Broad
way. 2g
LOST—ON NEW MAIN ST., OVERCOAT
with oil receipts in pockets. Reward for
returning to GOWER, 349 Edgeware road.
23
LOST—NEAR HILL AND FIFTH STS.,
black leather boa. Return to 515 Fre
mont aye.; reward. 23
PATENTS AND COPYRIGHTS
DAY & DAY OBTAIN PATENTS FOR
Inventions, designs, register trade-mark
and** copyrights. Offices, 233, 234 and 231
gtlmson block. Established 1349. 1-8-91
FOR RENT—HOUSES .
FIVE CTITTI A_ fciyp,^
FOR RENT—
.'. room house, 1244 Staunton aye.
6-room cottage, 2618 Michigan aye.
6-room cottage. 628 Griffin aye.
.Rooms second floor. 800 Buena Vista st.
Cottage and 6 acres, corner Soto st.
and Wabash aye.
Will take rent of one in painting.
All for sale, lerms easy, price low.
SO A. BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway.
FORf RENT—2 CHOICE DWELLINGS ON
Broadway, near Ninth, 8 rooms and 10
rooms', lately repaired and ln splendid
condition; nicely decorated: gas. hot and
cold water, and all modern Improvements.
Rcnl. $27.50 and $$7.50. Including water;
desire only reliable and permanent ten
ants. WM. R. BURKE. 213V4 N. Spring
St. 24-26
FOR RENT—
New 5-room cottage, barn, lot well
fenoed, shrubs, flowers, fruit trees: house
papered and Moors painted. Very cheap
to good parly, with water. $10.
EDWARD FRAZER.
23 lOlla S. Broadway.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE IN
Santa Monica.
Five-room house on E. Ninth st.
Store and living rooms on Ninth and
Tennessee sts.
M'GARRY & INNES. 210 W. First st. 23
FOR RENT—COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS,
modern Improvements, furnished or un
furnished, corner Griffin aye. and
Grandln St.. East Side; furnished, $16:
unfurnished, $12. Call at 1030 Grandln
street. 23
FOR RENT—A FINE. NEW. MODERN 7
room house. 1036 Lincoln St.. 2 blocks
west of Pearl, between Eighth and
Ninth sts.: rent reasonable. Call at 219
W. Fifth St. 23
FOR RENT —l-ROOM COTTAGE. COR
ner Redwood and Hawthorne, off East
Ninth St.. in Alex. Weill tract; rent. $6
Call ut room 1. 202 N. Main st. 23
FOR RENT—4-ROOM FLAT. SECOND
door, Close in. $7. with water, to good
tenant. Call s'iti Crocker st. 23
FOR RENT -FIRST FLOORcJ/LAT, SIX
sunny rooms, close in; very desirable.
11.". s. Olive at. 25
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSES
FIVE CENTS_A_LISE
FOR RENT—COMPLETELY! BURNISH -
ed modern house. 8 rooms; If taken Im
mediately by desirable party, rent will
be low. 2651 Monmouth aye.. ln Harper
tract, between Adams aid Tweniy-sev
enth. 13
FOR RENT IN PRIVATE FAMILY.
sunny furnished room; grate, bath. 52S
Temple St. 23
FOR RENT—6-ROOM FLAT, FULLY
furnished; close in. TAYLOR, 104 S.
Broadway. 23
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS
_ FIVE CENTS WJL-^v^-
FOR COMFORTABLE FURNISHED
rooms in heated house, with lirst ciass
appointments and service, see "THE
CABLING.'' No children or consump
tives. Hot water every day. 422 W. Sec
ond. 23
FOR RENT — FURNISHED AND UN
furnished rooms for housekeeping. Rates
to suit the times. Change of management
ot the Montana House, 750 Upper Main
street. 2-18
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS;
housekeeping privileges. THE MAC
KENZIE, 8271. s. Spring. 2-10
FOR RENT—3 UNFURNISHED SUNNY
rooms; grate, bath, housekeeping al
lowed. Sol S. Broadway. 23
FOR RENT-2 PLEASANT FURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping. 315 S.
Bunker Hill aye. 21
FOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED
rooms; prices reasonable; BUM South
Spring street. 25
FOR RENT—ROOMS
FIVE _y N *L-~™^.
FOR RENT—IN THE WILCOX BUILD
ing. corner Second and Spring sts.; the
right party can obtain, at reasonable
rates, a portion of a fine suite of rooms
on tho second floor. For further par
ticulars apply at room 22s Wilcox build
ing. 25
FOR RENT —FURNISHED AND UN
furnished, large .sunny housekeeping
rooms, from $2 to $H per month: all newly
painted and decorated. THE CLINTON,
703 San Fernando St., two blocks from
center of city; under new management. 23
FOR RENT—FLAT OF I ELEGANT UN
furnished rooms, suitable for housekeep
ing; electric lights, gas. bath, separate
front and back entrances; at 1508 S.
Grand aye. 23
FOR RENT—ROOMS AT 75c. A WEEK,
equal to any ln city. Why pay more?
Baths free. 1012 Temple. 23
FOR RENT-TWO LARGE, SUNNY
rooms, bath, curtains, hall, $6.50; 333. S.
Flgueroa street. 23
FOR RENT—FURNISHED AND SUNNY
room with kitchen; 447 S. Broadway, 23
FOR RENT-ROOMS AT 120.*, S. SPRING
si., $5 v month. s 29
STORES AND OFFICES
FIVE LJJJB^^^
FOR RENT-TWO STORE ROOMS,
with living rooms in the rear. Also 3
room cottage; all cheap. Apply 104 Grand
View avenue. 23
FOR RENT—ALL OR PART OF BRICK
building, corner Ninth and San Pedro
sis., two stores, nine rooms. Apply next
door. 23-30
FOR RENT—VACANT STORE AT 1253 S.
Flgueroa. Inquire at Clark's Wood and
Coal Yard, 1249 S. Flgueroa. t£_
FOR RENT—REAL ESTATE
WHEAT FARM TO LEASE—6OO ACRES
fine mesa land in Riverside county, with
good house, large barns and stables,
mountain water piped down to buildings
free; will rent for one-quarter crop off
600 acres, f. o. b. cars, 1% miles to depot.
JAMES SMITH. 16 West Colorado street,
Pasadena. tf
FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS
FIVE CENTS A LINE
FOR RENT—DESK ROOM, $5 STEAM
heat, electric light; stenographer there.
CALIFORNIA TRUCK OFFICE, 23
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION
PIANO HOUSE-A. G. GARDNER, 118
Winston St., near the Poatoffloe building,
i Brlggs Pianos, new and second hand;
• 1 also, other makes. tf
MONEYJTO LOAN
HONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $H
to $200,000. on inside gilt-edged incom
bearing properly only. Inquire o.* F.
STORY, room 303 Ilrnne block, 122 We
Third st. 21
bloc.*', corner Third and Spring, loai
money on all kinds of collateral securit
watefc-a, diamonds, furniture and plane
without removal; low interest; mom
at once; business confidential: private o
flee for ladles. CLARK A. SHAW, ma
ager, room* 113, m and 115, first floo
Tel. 1651. References. Citizens' bank, S
curlty Savings Bank, tf
UONEY. TO LOAN ON DIAMOND
Jewelry and sealskins; also on pianos at
household furniture, without remove
business confidential: private office t<
ladles; low rates of Interest. PACIFI
LOAN CO.. W. 10. DE GROOT. manage
rooms 2, 3 and 4, 114 S. Spring st.
lOWA LOAN CO.. LOANS ON 1)1.
monds. Jewelry, sealskins, and hous
hold furniture: business confidents
money at once. W. E. SANSOME. ma
ager. rooms 65 and 56, Uryson bloc
Second and Spring sts. 4-4
HONEY TO LOAN—FOR BUILDIN
purposes or on improved city propert
monthly repayments, same as rent, lo
rate of interest. METROFOLITA
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIO!
107 East Second at. 2-11
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMOND;
watches, jewelry, pianos, sealskins, ca
riages. blpycles. warehouse receipts, at
all kinds of collateral security: storm
free In our warehouse. LEE BROS.. 4
S. Spring et. • tf
ro LOAN—A BARREL OP MONEY O
diamonds, pianos, furniture and all firs
class securities; business confldentli
CHE A SINGER, 247 S. Broadway, roon
1 and 2. 5-29
-ro LOAN-
Five hundred dollars on city propert
M. L. SAMSON & CO..
23 12S W. Fourth st.
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, ROO
MS Wilcox building, lend money on at
good real estate; building loans made;
you wish to lend or borrow call on us.
ro LOAN—
Any amount of money on cltv propert
M. L. SAMSON & CO.,
23 12S West Fourth
MONEY TO LOAN-$2OO TO $95,000 O
city or country real estate. LEE A M
CONN ELL & CO.. rooms 302 and 303. I
S. Broadway. tl
TO LOAN-IF YOU WANT MONEY O
real estate security. I have It In at
amount. WM F. BOSBYSHELL. 107
Broadway. 5-20-tl
MONEY TO LOAN UPON EAS
terms or repayment. STATE MUTU7
BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N. 141
Broadway. 5-20tl
MONEY TO LOAN -IF YOU WISHI
borrow money, see "me; can make go
loans immediately; $300 to $20,000. CHA
MAN. 21
MONEY TO LOAN ON COLLATERAL
75 boys' suits of clothes at $1 to $1.25 r
suit. COLLATERAL BANK, 313 S. Mo
2-2
MONEY TO LOAN—CITY OR COUNTR
Lowest rates. W. H. LYON. 304 Gardn
& Zcllner building. 208 S. Broadway t
FcAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMAI
loans at very light expense. HENB
HART, 10! E. Sscond »t. tl
MONEY* TO LOAN—NO DELAY: LIGI
expense. ERNEST G. TAYLOR, 412-
Bradbury building. t
MONEY TO LOAN —BUILDING LOA7
a specialty. EDW. D. SILENT & CO.. I
W. S >cond. t
TO LOAN-MONEY QUICKLY. QUIE
hr, reasonably. R. D. LIST, 226 Wile
block. <
TO LOAN-5 TO 8 PER CENT, MONE
BRADSHAW BROS.. 2e2 Bradbury blk
BATHS
FIVE JblNß^^
MASSAGE TREATING ROOMS—ELE
trie, Russian and medicated baths, si
glows, packs, electricity, scientific mi
sago, etc. First-class treatment guaro
teed and only select patronage soliclb
Treatment given at tho home of r
tlents if desired. Skilled lady operat
for ladles. J. V. WALDEN. masse
and medical gymnast, Pirtlo block. c<
ncr Fourth and Broadway, telepho
black 511. 3
JULES HENGEN. 534H SOUTH BROA
way, Hotel Delaware, telephone Red 1!
massage, electric and vacuum treatme
hygienic baths of every kind. Fin
equipped institution in city. Patrons a
treated at home. t
MME." SOUTENIER7 822 W7FIFTH 8
gives steam and alcohol baths, elect
and medicinal treatment for all chro
diseases. j
MRSI HARRIS. 439 S. BROADWi
room 41. fourth floor; take elevator; n
Improved steam and tub baths; sclent
massage.
LATEST IMPROVED METHOD
electric vapor baths and massage. Ml
DR. MAYER, EOOtt S. Broadway. !
ISADORA FRANCIS, CABINET BAT
and massage; 233 W. First, room 4,
tween Spring and Broadway. 2-1
THE~EAf
thermal cabinet baths: massage, 230
First St., rooms 30 and 31. 2-2-!
THE ONLY TURKISH BATHS IN I
Angeles, 210 S. Broadway.
EDUCATIONAL
FIVE CENTS A lllli^^
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE.
S. Spring st, Los Angeles, the old
largest and most elegantly equip
commercial school ln Southern Cali
nia; hundreds of successful graduate
banking and business houses; ln ses:
nil the year; enter any day; evei
school on Monday, Wednesday and Frl
evenings; three complete courses, c
merctal, English, and shorthand
typewriting; a thorough, practical
progressive school; large faculty of
pert teachers; rates of tuition reasona
Call or write for catalogue.
COLLE
212 W. Third St., Currier block; up
date, progressive, advantages un
passed; day and evening sessions: w
for catalogue and booklet on new buc
system.
MUSIC STUDIO, 119% S. SPRING !
Piano, cornet, voice-training, Itallai
French elocution specially. Mandc
violin taught by renowned Prof.
Mrs. Botta.
UNDOUBTEDLY THE FIRST LA
uage Studio In Los Angeles. Fre
Spanish learned ln 30 lessons guarant
119V4 S. Spring St., room 16.
PRIVATE LESSONS—ENGLISH LIT
ature, rhetoric, grammar, mathema
pupil's home or mine. Call 10 to 2. A
NYE. 460 S. HilL

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