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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. 1028
WM. H. HARMON, 765 Pasadena aye.
CENTRAL AYE. AND VERNON—
H. L. SCHERB, Adams st. and Central
CHICAGO PHARMACY, Central aye.
and Twelfth St.
J. V. AKEY, corner Central and Ver
MAIN ST. AND SOI'THWEST-
E. T. PARKE PHARMACY, 3129 S.
WESTLAKE GROCERY, corner Alva
rado and Seventh sts.
H. L. PARK, DRUGGIST, cor. Thirty
eighth and Wesley aye.
T. W. BROWN, JR., DRUGGIST,
Junction of Hoover, Union, and Twenty
TEMPLE AND NORTHWEST—
DR H. KALLEWODA, DRUGGIST,
cor. Temple st. and Beaudry aye.
FRANK D. OWEN, cor. Temple and
VIOLE At LOPIZIOH, DRUGGISTS,
427 N. Main St.
H. C. WORLAND, 2133 E First, Sta
J. P. WYLIE. 1977 E. First.
J. M. HARRIS. 1542 E. First.
shipment of those famous "Superb" sew
ing machines at $22.30. Parties who have
been waiting ran now be supplied prompt
ly. The people of this city and surround
ing country are beginning to realize that
It is not necessary to send away back
East 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 $22.59 (without paying
agent's commission) by going direct to
the Davis and Advance office, 427
South Broadway. The "Superb"
at $22.50 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
$22.50 is fully guaranteed, and has all the
latest labor saving features and
improvements that mechanical gen
ius, modern machinery, and 30 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 write
for catalogue and particulars of free
trial plan. "Superb" at $22.50 and latest
style drop-head cabinets, $30, shipped to
nny part of California, Arizona and New
Mexico. Head distributing office, 427 S.
Broadway, Eos Angeles. SO
IYADIES—STOP AND CONSIDER BE
fore you purchase a sewing machine; It
Is an Important matter; a light-running,
high-grade machine should last a life
time; do not make the mistake of buying
the cheap makes, they are not mechanic
ally constructed; a bearing gives out, you
cannot replace It; remember the old re
liable New Home and Domestic sewing
machine companies put out first-class
machines; we have cheap grades running
from $15 to $19; also a fine line of second
hand machines In all makes; see our
stock before buying; no trouble to show
goods, NEW HOME AND DOMESTIC
COMPANY. S-S'i s. Spring and 85 E. Col
orado st.. Pasadena. Moorhead & Barre,
KOTIOE TO THE PUBLIC—ON AND AF
ter April 1. IS9S, the cars of the Eos An
geles Railway company on all Its lines
will run one hour later, making the las*
car leave the center of the city at 12:30
a. m. F.W. WOOD, General manager.
•TEED THE HUNGRY —CLOTHE THE
Do not waste your cast-off clothing
or bedding 1 , old furniture or any whole
some food, no matter how small —it will
help those who have no money to buy
Send your address to Capt. J. A. Fra
zier, No. 122 W. Sixth st. Any of the
above articles will be promptly called for
and carefully distributed among poor
families of the city. Money is needed to
pay expenses. Do not forget the poor.
WANTED—LADIES' AND GENTLE
men to save money by having their soiled
or faded garments cleaned, dyed or ren
ovated equal to new. THE AMERICAN
DYE WORKS. 210% S. Spring St., Tel.
850. Work called for and delivered to all
parts of the city. Mail and express or
ders promptly attended to. Send for our
new revised catalogue and price list.
"ONCE TRIED. NEVER REGRETTED."
What? Taking treatments in the MAS
SAGE TREATING ROOMS. Electric.
Russian and Medicated Baths, Salt
Glows. Vacuum Treatments; Scientific
Massage, Sick Gymnastics, etc., given.
J. V. WALDEN, Masseur and Medical
Gymnast, Plrtle block, cor. Fourth and
Broadway. Telephone Block 511. 27
KOTICE—THE~ LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol
lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling
are between the hours of (i and 8 ociock
a. m. and fi and 8 ocloek p. in. For a vio
lation of the above regulation the water
Will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be
charged.before the water will be turned
on again. tf
BEMOVAL SALE—WE MOVE TO LAR
ger quarters, 419 S. Broadway, April Ist;
come to our present store, 321 S. Broad
way, for bargains In Furniture, Carpets,
Gas Stoves, Pianos, etc.
What have you to sell?
R. W. WOOD AUCTIONIIOUSE,
Telephone r< d 1384. 521 s. Broadway.
MONDAY BEGINS A NEW WEEK. LET
it begin our new acquaintance. You want
your clothes clean and white; we want
your work. Drop a postal and the wag
on will call. 422 S. Los Angeles st.; ill
W. Second st. THE EXCELSIOR
CAL. "GOLDEN "BRAND (HYGIENIC)
coffee Is not a common cereal,but a health
beverage of pure ingredients and rich Ha
ver, made in three minutes. Cures Indi
gestion. NEWMARK it CO.. wholesale,
Ask your grocer or write 515% S. Main.
WANTED -"FAMILIES WHO WISH
good domestic help with references to
call at ROOM 12, 203 S. Broadway. 27
just where It is needed and nowhere else
We never shrink woolen underwear. Oui
delivery Is prompt. Why not send youi
laundry bundle to us? Telephone Malt
367. THE EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY.
CONSULT MADAME LILLA D. WIND
sor, the great phrenologist and author, ol
Washington, D. C; now at Ramona Ho
tel; this week only; lecture at Odd Fel
lows' Hall tonight; free to all. 27
HYPNOTISM TAUGHT —CLINICS. MON
day and Tuesday evenings; join new class
Wednesday. PROF. H. H. LILEN
THAL, late of Paris, 562 Buena Vista
St., near court house. 27
MEW PARISIAN DYING AND CLEAN-
Ing Works, by the dry process; ladles',
gents' and children's clothing given spe
cial attention. 321 W. Fourth St.. near
CALIFORNIA STRAW WORKS. FORM
ei-iy at No. 264 S. Main, has removed to
458 S. Main, near Fifth; ladies' and gents'
hats cleaned, dyed and pressed In the lat
est styles. X!
MRS. VAN. MANUFACTURER OF THE
Scotch herb pile cure and Scotch thistle
womb cure, has removed to SOS I S. Spring
str; agents wanted Los Angeles, Cal.
THE DAILY JOURNAL. PUBLISHING
county official records, real estate trans
fers, mortgages, Hens, building news; one
dollar monthly. 205 New High st. tf
rILTON, 647 S. SPRING, PAYS HlGH
est cash price for Ladies', gents and chil
dren's new and second-hand clothing,
shoes, etc.; send postal.
BICYCLE FREE — 1898, HIGHEST
grade; particulars by addressing JIT.
SHASTA CYCLE WORKS, 1903 Oxford
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 20-27-3-10-17-23
KME. DU BARRY'S CELEBRATED
face creme sold at Thomas. Temple and
Spring, and parlors, 206 , 2 S. Broadway.
Agents wanted. 27
UNO MAIN 217: CARPETS CLEANED,
laid same day. PIONEER STEAM CAR
PET CLEANING WORKS, office 643 S.
EYLON TEAS. 35c. 50c. 75c: GENUINE
Mocha and Java, 35c. J. D. LEE & CO.,
130 W. Fifth, between Spring and Main,
CHINESE AND JAPANESE HELP FUR
nished. GEORGE I.EM, 240> 2 E. First St.
Tel. G. 403 tf
SHOES REPAIRED—MEN S SOLES. 35c;
ladles' soles. 30c. 405 S. Spring st. 12-93
FOR RENT—WE HAVE THE LARGEST
list of rental property in the city. See
us and save both time and money.
We take full charge of property, col
lect rents, pay taxes, etc., and guarantee
EDWARD D. SILENT & CO.,
212 W. Second st.
Under Hollenbeck Hotel.
FOR RENT—7SI<4 MERCHANT St., $9.50.
6 rooms, bath, 909 E. Ninth. $13. WIES
ENDANGER, 427 S. Broadway. 4
FOR RENT—4-ROOM FLAT. CLOSE IN,
$S with water, to good tenant. Apply at
556 Crocker street. 27
FOR RENT—HALF FLAT. UNFUR
nlahed; all conveniences. 330 E. Fourth
FOR RENT—FOUR ROOM HOUSE. $10
per month, with water. 617 Wall street. 28
FOR RENT—343 S. HILL ST., A FLAT OF
three rooms. 27
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS $S
to $1C; in HOTEL BANCROFT. 727 South
Broadway; light housekeeping if desired;
house new and modern; you get more for
your money than elsewhere: special
terms to permanent people. Public of
fice down stairs. 27
FOR RENT-TWO BEAUTIFUL SUNNY
rooms, first-class board, elegant grounds.
1200 W. Ninth St. 27
FOR RENT—3 NICE UNFURNISHED
rooms, first floor; no children. 313 Court
FOR RENT—4 ROOMS COMPLETELY
furnished for housekeeping; gas range,
bath. 930 S. Flower. 29
THE EARL-NEWLY FURNISHED
sunny rooms. MRS. R. M. BAKER, 133
N. Main st. 4-23-9S
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
room with electric lights at 707 W. Eighth
Rooms and Board
FOR RENT-FINE ROOMS, WITH
board; everything first-class. MRS.
BECK, SO2 S. Hill. 27
Stores and Offices
FOR RENT-FURNISH ED STORE WITH
(wo rooms opp. Normal School, $10month.
625 W. Fifth si. 27
FINE CHANCE FOR A
The quarters formerly occupied by The
Herald Printing Establishment.
No. 221 EAST FOURTH ST.
Are offered for rent or to lease for a
term of years.
A large two-story building, well suited
to manufacturing purposeß, equipped
with steam plant In perfect running ro
der; apparatus for oil burning, etc.
Terms very reasonable. Apply at Her
ald business office. 136 S. Broadway, tf
DEEI* FACIAL WRINKLES REMOVED
permanently In one hour; discoloration,
smallpox marks and all skin blemishes
eradicated. A limited number of cases
will be treated free. Male and female
diseases treated by a Staff of compnetnt
physicians. Dr. J. Elizabeth Tompkins,
late Professor of Dermatology In one of
the leading medical colleges. In charge.
1308 Masonic Temple, Chicago, 12 to 5
DAHLBERG'S EYE REMEDIES; SURE
cure for all diseases of the eye; never
fail; give them a trial. N. DAHLBERG,
592 Essex St., Lynn, Mass., or A. HOLM,
agent. 30 Milton aye., Chicago, 111.
SOMETHING MARVELOUS — LADIES
suv absolute necessity; immense profits.
ELLISON, 1623 Polymnla. New Orleans.
NEE LAWYER HEATH ABOUT IT; LOW
f<?c; no charge If not successful. Office
over German bank 27
LOS ANGELES HERALD t SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 27, 1898
CHURCH AWD ■OCTBTT NOTICE!
Los Angeles will meet at Odd Fellows'
- temple, 230 S. Main, this evening, at 7:30.
f Thla Is the new, great Catholic church of
i humanity you have been longing for.
Being creedless, we greet every creed.
We Invite you to a specltlc religion and a
religious science. Matter is but a con
dition of the I AM. Prof. and Miss Bach
will give fine music, our young soprano
and our Inspirational pianist will make
their first appearance among uh. P. C.
Campbell will deliver a common-sense
sermon: "Seeking the Kingdom of
Heaven." The young seer, John Henley,
and Mrs. Jennie Warren will give mes
sages. The class meeting on Thursday
evening will be deferred on account of
the all-day meeting of Spiritualists at
Music hall under the auspices of the
Ladles' Independent Aid society. Ad
mission 10c. MILTON M. LYON, Sec. 27
THE LADIES' INDEPENDENT AID So
ciety will hold Its usual Sunday meeting
at 830'j, S. Broadway at S p. m. Lecture
by Mrs. Longley: subject, "The Magnetic
Influence of Spiritual Love." Vocal and
instrumental music by the Humphreys
and Miss Burke. Admission free.
On March 31st this society will hold an
all-day celebration of the fiftieth anni
versary of modern Spiritualism In Music
hall. In additon to the program already
advertised there will be vocal selections
by Mr. and Miss Barnett and Mrs. Sher
wood. Morning and afternoon sessions
free: evening entertainment, with dance,
25 cents. 27
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL) —
Olive st., between Fifth and Sixth sts.,
opposite Central park. Rev. John Gray,
rector. Services today: Holy communion.
5 a. m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; morn
ing prayer and sermon, 11 a. m.; full
choral evensong by the vested choir of
men and boys, with short address by the
rector. 7:30 p. m All seats free: strangers
welcome. This church is In close prox
imity to all the principal hotels. 27
REV. JOHN GRAY WILL SPEAK AT
the Union Reform league. Illinois hall.
Sixth and Broadway, this afternoon at
4 o'clock, on "The Relation of the Mosaic
Dispensation to Socialism." and Rev. W.
D. P. Bliss on "Will Soda:ism Cut the
Nerve of Individual Effort?" A line pro
gram of music will be rendered and a
social lunch served from 3:30 to 6:30,
after which services continue one hour. 27
HARMONIAL SPIRITUALISTS' Asso
ciation. Music hall. 231 S. Spring St. Regu
lar Sunday meetings at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m.
Inspirational address by Mrs. Mary C.
Lyman: subject, afternoon. "The Victory
of Truth:" evening. "Order. Heaven's
First Law." followed by tests and spirit
messages. Good music. Admission. 10
REV. JOSEPH WILD, D. D., PASTOR
Plymouth Congregational church. 21st
st.. University electric line. Morning
subject: "Why Could Not God Forgive
Sin Without the Death of Christ ?" Even
ing: "The Origin of the Negro Race."
LOS ANGELES CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Scientist. Kramer's Hall. Fifth street,
between Spring and Main: Sunday ser
vice 10:30 a. m.: subject. "Brotherly
Love." Experience meeting Friday even
ing. 7:30 o'clock. 27
CHURCH OF THE UNITY, COR. THIRD
and Hill sts.: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.:
the pastor. Rev. C.W.Wendte. w ill preach
at 11 a. m., topic, "Belief in God the Su
preme Concern of the Soul." No evening
UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD: LEC
ture at 523 West Fifth street, 11 a. m„
"The importance of the Motive," Abbott
Clark: 7:45 p. m.. "The One Life." Dr. G.
F. Mohn; 3 p.m., Lotus Group for chil
dren. t 27
CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST. EB
ell Auditorium, 730 So. Broadway: ser
vices Sunday 10:45 a. m.: subject. "Broth
erly Love"; children's Sunday school 11:45
a.m.; experience meeting Friday, 7:30
p. m. 27
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
South, on Grand aye.. bet. Eighth and
Ninth sts. Rev. J. 9. N. Kenney, pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Ex
cellent music. Come. Sun-tf
FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH. (JAL
edonla hall, 119% S. Spring st. Rev. A. A.
Rice, pastor. Subject. 11 a. m.. "Christ
ianity and Culture." Sunday school, 10
a. m. 27
220i 2 S. Main st. Lecture at Bp. m. by
Miss Caroline Nelson. Subject: "The
Building of Character." 27
HOME OF TRUTH. 1315 FIGUEROA ST.
Services 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday
school 12:30; Harriet Rix speaker. All
THE NEW CHURCH (SWEDENEORG
ian), Temperance Temple. Broadway and
Temple St.; 11 a. m., "The Lord's Pres
SCIENCE BIBLE CLASS MEETS AT
830V4 S. Broadway every Sunday at 31
o'clock; V. C. Lewis, instructor.
THE NEW CHRISTIANITY CHURCH
(Sweilenhorgian). 450 E. Tenth St.; 3 p.
m.. Rev. W. W. Welsh, pastor. 27
Y. M. C. A.—REV. GEO. W. BRITT OF
Waukesha, Wis., will deliver the address
at the :; p. m. meeting today. 27
'Phone, Green, 43.
ONE PRICE CASH STORE,
634 S. Main street.
We a-e agents for Lily Cream Butter
and defy competition.
Our special blend coffee, per pound 10c
Best M. and J .'lsc
3 packages Dr. Fox's Health Food 25c
12 pound? Germea 55c
3 pounds Flake Hominy 150
3 packages of Makakake 25c
Peacock Flour $1.10
Quail Flour JI.JS
4 cans Tomatoes 25?
3 cans genuine Garrison Corn 25 ■
6 cans 35c
6 cans Deviled Ham 25c
13 large Bananas 2t>r:
Fancy Navel Oranges, dozen 10c
Walnuts, soft shell, (pounds for 25c
Best Salinas Potatoes per cwt $1.22
15 bar.? Diamond ('') Soap 23c
13 Leader Soap 25c
H bars Tuberose Borax 25e
5 gals. Reil Crown Gasoline 75c
5 gals. Eastern 55 0
5 gals. Eastern Oil 45 c
MENTION THE HERALD,27
PERSONAL—LEARN TO HYPNOTIZE;
greatest wonder of the age; makes hours
of fun; I teach the quickest and best
method on earth: you can make the weak
as strong as a Hon qr the bully as timid
as a child; you can cure disease or bad
habits; cause others io "come" to you,love
and obey you; every wish gratilied; 1
guarantee success; elegantly Illustrated
lesson, postpaid, 10c. Address PROF. J.
K. HERR IN, box 271, Decatur, HI,
Sun 1 yr
WALL PAPER. NEW STOCK. LOW
prices; careful selection; guaranteed
work. NIELSEN BROS.. 704-706-708 So.
Spring St.; phone. Red 1753. 4-26-9S
MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED
from Sl9 S. Grand aye. to ClB W. Eighth
St.; female diseases treated by electric
ity; cure guarameed. tf
LADIES, MY MONTHLY REGULATOR
never fails: trial box, 10 cents. MRS. B.
ROWAN, Milwaukee, Wis. 1-29-33
MATRIMONIAL PAPER FOR STAMP;
many rich. ACME AGENCY, (7) San
Jose, Cal. 13-20-27
HUMMEL BROS. A CO.
California Bank Building,
300-302 W. Second St., in basement.
Flrst-clasa horse-shoer and floor man
$3 day; man with team: mill sawyer. $50
etc.; re-saw box mill, $1.25 etc.; rock
drillers, $2.00; rock foreman, $6(
etc.; agent for scale wash; boy learn en
graving; milker, $25, etc.: book-binder;
tailor, country; budder, $80 etc. We will
have many new orders Monday. Call
MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
All round cook, hotel country, $60. etc.;
first and second cook, country, $85 etc.;
camp cook. $25, etc.: French waiter, $7,
etc.; pantry man, $20, etc.; hotel and res
taurant help; call.
Two first-class cooks, country, $25 and
$30; housegirl, Alhambra, $20; Bishop, $18
and fare; Pasadena, $15; cook and second
girl, country, $20 each; 2 houseglrls, $26;
six. $20; eight, $15; girls to assist, $10 to $12;
nurse girl, $10.
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Two waitresses, laundress, Arizona, $30
and fare: starch troner, country. $9 week;
cook, country, $20; waitress, Santa Bar
bara', $20, etc. Call early.
27 HUMMEL BROS. CO.
WANTED—SIX MEN WHO UNDER
stand good Irrigation to settle under a
new canal, with fine land and plenty of
water, so that settlers Ignorant of Irri
gation may have proper examples to Im
itate. Forty acres with ample water
right will be sold each party at twenty
five dollars an acre, with a dollar and
a half an acre a year for maintenance of
the canal; price payable in ten years,
with Interest at six per cent; Interest,
principal and water rates will be payable
at option of purchaser In any produce
raised upon the land during the ten years
at the market price In Los Angeles, but
delivered at railroad, not exceeding five
miles from ground. Address "IRRIGA
TION," box M 39, Herald office, giving
name, residence and experience. Sun-tf
MODEL STEAM DYE WORKS,
Offfflce, 219% W. Fourth St.—•
Opposite Pasadena Oar Station ■
To make our French dry cleaning pro
cess know n to the public, we will for this
week clean or dye goods for the following
-Suits dry cleaned $1.50
Pants, only 50
Suits dyed $2.00 to $3.00
——Ladies' dresses dry cleaned...sl.so
Ladies' skirts cleaned. 50e and up
Low prices on all other kinds of goods.
This is for the very best work, guaran
Tel. M. 1063
WANTE D— MEN AND WOMEN TO
work at home; I pay $8 to $16 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 BOY OF 14 TO 16 YEARS
old, who can talk German and English,
to deliver serial books. Call this (Sun
day) afternoon, between 2 and 4 o'clock,
at 211 E. Second St. 27
WANTED—BEE RANCH; RESPECT
abIe young man, handy, obliging, wish
ing to learn bee business, would work for
board on large ranch. D., Box 41. Her
WANTED—THE EMPLOYMENT DE
partment of the Young Men's Christian
association Is prepared to furnish first
class help for all lines of business. 27
WANTED — DOMESTIC SALESMAN;
hotel clerk; first-class coatmaker; sailor;
piece work. ROOM 12, 203 S. Broadway. 27
WANTED—SOO MEN TO HAVE THEIR
shoes soled, 35c. McLESKEY'S. cheapest
place on earth, 124 E. Second street. 4-26
WANTED—SOO MEN TO HAVE THEIR
shoes soled, 35c. M'LESKEY'S. cheapest
place on earth, 124 E. Second street. 4-20
WANTED—THE OPERA RESTAURANT,
117 S. Main St., serves the best 10c meal
in the city; try it and be convinced. tf
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN 2
months. Los Angeles Barber college,
336% E. First st. ap 4
WANTED—COOK. CITY. $30: HOUSE
girl, country, $30; general housework,
city and country. $25 to $10; second work
and nursing, pastry cook and waiting.
MRS. SCOTT & MISS M'CARTHY. 107%
S. Broadway. 27
WANTED - INTELLIGENT YOUNG
lady to travel with physician's family
and engage in pleasant, profitable em
ployment. Call at 218% S. Olive. 27
WANTED—AI MILLINER, EXPERT
eneed saleslady for millinery: two cham
bermaids: lady tailors. ROOM 12, 203 S.
ery salesladies. Address, with refer
ences, 8., box 7, Herald. 27
WANTED—HAIRDRESSERS WITH Ex
perience in manufacturing. Address D.,
box 46. Herald. 27
Male and Female Help
WANTED—GOOD MALE AND FEMALE
agents to make good money. Apply at
once. 629 S. Los Angeles St., Room 12. 27
SINGLE SWEDISH COACHMAN. MANY
years' experience, careful driver, not
afraid of work; sobev, willing and oblig
ing, desires work in private family; best
of references. A. R., 526 Central aye.,
WANTED-POSITION BY A THOROUGH
mill man and miner; first-class refer
ences, twenty years' experience. Ad
dress M. R.. P. O. Box 662. Los Angeles. 27
WANTED—SITUATION BY MAN AND
wife to take care of ranch. Address J.
W. BELL. La Canyada. 27
WANTED - POSITION AS HOUSE
keeper for widower by widow with child
9 years old. p., box 49, Herald. 26
W A NT E D—WORK BYT HE DA V, COOK
ing Or housework. Room 11, 501 W.
Eighth St. 27
We want a 20 to 50-acre alfalfa ranch,
with plenty of water, this county; our
party will pay money and good city prop
erty for it.
We have a fine residence on W. Seven
teenth St., worth $4000, clear; owner
wants 5 or 6 acres In Cahuenga valley.
Improved and clear.
We have some choice city property,
well rented and clear, to offer for a wal
nut grove worth from $5000 to $BCOO.
CARTER & DAVIS,
27 202 %S. Broadway.
WANTED—SI2,OOO FOR 3 TO 5 YEARS ON
country improved and notes valued at
$53,000: good interest. THE DANFORTII
AGENCY, 202 Currier Bldg. 27
WANTED—AGENTS TO SELL MURAT
Haliitcad's great Cuba book; all about
Cuba, Spain and war; great excitement;
every one buys It; 1 agent sold 87 In one
day; another made $13 In 1 hour; 600
pages; magnificent Illustrations, photo
graphs, etc.; low price; we guarantee the
most liberal terms; freight paid; 20 days'
credit; outfit free; send 6 2-cent stamps to
, pay postage. THE BIBLE HOUSE, 324
t Dearborn st„ Chicago. 13-20-27-3-10-17
. WANTED—AGENTS. EVERYWHERE.
; either sex; the Zarema diamond; ex
' perts pussled to detect from genuine; ex-
I penso nominal; liberal commission to
agents; catalogue and sample (ring or
stud) free on application. H. M. SHOUH
. A CO., 78 State St., Chicago. 27
: AGENTS FOR NEW SUPERLATIVE
gas light burner for kerosene lamps;
gives light more powerful than gas;
without chimney, wick, smoke or smell;
great money maker; sells at sight; sam
ple free. SUPERLATIVE MFG. CO.,
J 230 Broadway, New York.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE NEW
globe Incandescent lamp: sample burner
and mantle sent prepaid, by mail, upon
receipt of 40 cents. GLOBE INCANDEB-
I CENT GASLIGHT CO., factory and
salesroom, corner Slxty-fouith st. and
Second aye.. New York.
AGENTS—GOLD ALLOY AMERICAN
watches, $2.95; warranted 5 years; ex
clusive territory and big profits to
agents; send for sample und catalogue
free. KEENE'S WATCH STORE, 140
Fulton st., New York.
AGENTS WANTED — FINEST PER
fumes, flavoring extracts, toilet articles,
soaps; permanent, profitable employ
ment; $20 made weekly; credit given.
PARIS PERFUME CO., Jersey City,
AGENTS MAKE $6 TO $18 A DAY SELL-
Ing our popular priced cameras; most
profitable agents' line on the market;
general and local agents wanted. LA
CROSSE CAMERA CO., La Crosse, Wis.
WANTED—AGENTS TO SELL OUR
household novelties In their own town;
don't answer unless you mean business.
NOVELTY SUPPLY CO., Husted build
ing, Kansas City, Kas.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE LATEST,
best and cheapest Incandescent gas
lamp: price, 25 cents. UNION GAS SAV
ING AND MFG. CO., 744 Broadway, New
WANTED - PARTNER - IMPORTANT
to Stockmen—l have 1200 acres of good
farming land. Muddy valley. Lincoln
county, New, with 40 miles good outside
range; will give half interest In land to
any reliable party furnishing enough
stock cattle to stock range, giving me
half Interest in cattle and their increase
for a term of years. Call or address, A.
MEYER, 312 S. Hill St., Los Angeles. Cnl.
WANTED—BY PARTY WITH tUOO,
somebody with $4500 to Join him In gold
mining proposition near Perrls; good
money to be made, with as little risk as
any reasonable man could ask. The ad
vertiser believes fully on Inside facts In
his possession that the $6000 can be made
$63,000 Inside of a year and $600.00 ii
eventually. Address C. box 52, Herald. 27
WANTED—RELIABLE MAN TO TAKE
interest In mining on Hunker and Eldo
rado creeks, Alaska. Address, D., box
1, Herald. 27
WANTED—TO BUY UNDEVELOPED
gold mining claim In Riverside or San
Bernardino county, not more than ten
miles from railroad station; enough pros
pecting must have been done to make it
certain that there,ls ore enough to war
rant further work; price must be reason
able. Write full particulars to C, box
56, Herald. 28
WANTED—IF YOU HAVE A STOCK OK
goods or an established business worth
from $1500 to $2500 that you are willing
to trade for good, clear, close-in city real
estate, address, with full particulars, C.
box 23, Herald. 27
WANTED—TO BUY HORSES WHOSE
owners have gotten tired of feeding $18
hay; will not pay very much for them,
but will pay cash for what I buy. Ad
dress, stating price, etc., C, box 26, Her
WANTED—TO BUY SOME KIND OF
business at Catallna for cash; or would
consider proposition for starting a new
one there. Address, with full particu
lars, C, box 55, Herald. 29
WANTED—TO BUY "THREE OR FOUR
chair" barber shop. Address all partic
ulars H, J. ZIMMERMANN, 3044 Cass
St., St. Louis, Mo. 27
WANTED—I WANT A FEW LOANS OF
from $300 to $1300 on city or ranch prop
erty at 8 per cent Interest. Address D.,
box 9, Herald. 27
WANTED — HOUSE ON INSTALL
ments; will give two fine lots in Puyallup,
Wash., and $200 as first payment: must be
north of Ninth street. D., Box 50, Her
WANTED—TO HIRE, MONEY ON GOOD
security at low rate of Interest. D., box
7, Herald. 27
WANTED—GOOD SVCOND-HAND f IN~
smith's tools. Address C, Box 14, Her
LOST AND POUND
bay mare; O. M. on left hip: hitched to
sidebar buggy, black body and drab run
ning gear. Reward if returned to G. J.
LOWN, 1230 Girard st. 27
BRIGHT BAY HORSE, WEIGHT" 1350
lbs.; black points; brand on hip: lost on
Thursday: a reward given. A. A. IVERS.
care of Stilson & Parsons, corner Second
and Broadway. 27
LOST-3 TWENTY-DOLLAR BILLS, BE~
tween Sixth and Broadway and Seventh
and Spring; return to MRS. R. G. BOTT,
Hotel Corona. Reward. 28
ALL "w HcT
rheumatism or nervous disorders can find
relic f and speedy cure by taking Mrs.
Eddy's hydropathic and elect Tic treat
ments Rooms 306-307. 226 S. Spring. 27
OPIUM, MORPHINE, WHISKY—IF IN
terested in the cure of these habits write
for my book on these diseases, mailed
free. E. M. WOOLLEY, M. D., Atlanta,
_J__ 27-1-29 '
DR. UNGER CURES CANCERS AND
tumors; no knife or pain. 107% N. Main
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT
MARKET. 135 S. Main st. Tel. 550. tf
BOOKS 63'"a1Xk7lNDS p3uglhtTsOLD
and exchanged. JONES' BOOK STORE,
226 and 228 W. First sL tf
"WE SELL THE EARTH"
BASSETT ft SMITH
House of 5 rooms; pantry, bath, closets,
etc.; price last week $1500, but must* be
gold, and you con have this week fbr
$900; $600 can run until 1904.
You can get half an acre at Burbank
Junction, with a 4 or 6-room house; good
barn; place all fenced: you can also rent
15 acres near by; lumber In this house cost
$650: vet you can buy the whole business
BASBETT ft SMITH,
27 Room 2, Y. M. C. A. Building.
FOR SALE—DO YOU WISH TO ESCAPE
the summer heat? Yes? Well, then, lis
ten. We have for sole In Santa Monica
one of the nicest furnished houses front
ing Ocean avenue, 10 rooms, piano, elec
tric lights, laundry and bath, and every
thing complete for a gentleman's seaside
residence. Flowers, shrubbery and the
balmy ocean breeze. All for $5000. Never
mind price or terms. If In earnest call
and we will adjust everything to your
THE DANFORTH AGENCY,
27 202 Currier Bldg.
BY WM .MEAD, 121% S. BROADWAY.
$20 cash. $20 monthly, 347 Macy St., 6
room cottage; mantel, bath, hot water,
sewer connections, cement walks.
$15 cash, $15 monthly, 6-room house,
Santa Fe ay*.
$13 cash, $15 monthly, 5-room house,
southwest corner Michigan aye. and
Lopez St. 27
FOR SALT!—WORSE AND WORSE;
that 6-room plastered cottage, barn, lawn,
flowers, lot 50x150, situated southwest,
needs selling: owner must go at once;
will sell at $840; purchaser assume mort
gage $500 and pay cash $340; title cer
tlrtcate furnished. F. H. PIEPER & CO.,
102 S. Broadway. 27
FOR SALE—MUST HE WAR-SCARED;
owner instructs us to sell that new juat
completed 8-room modern up-to-date full
2-story dwelling for $2550, or retain half
the ground and sell at $2000; house co*t
more money to build. F. H. PIEPER
& CO., 102 S. Broadway. 27
FOR SALE—J)U6O: NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE;
small cash payment, balance $10 per
month; It don't pay you to rent.
$1450—6-room house, close in, complete
and modern. Call and look at this.
J. O. LOTSPEICH & CO.,
27 203 S. Broadway, room 4.
FOR SALE-NEW COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS,
bath, water closet, sink, hard finished;
3 closets, pantry, front and screen porch,
mantel, fine finish, screens, and 40 foot
lot, fenced, $950; $200 cash; on White St.,
140 ft. west of Central aye. WIESEN
DANGER, 427 S. Broadway. 1
FOR SALE—FOR $7.50 A MONTH AND A
small cash payment I will build you a
new 4-room cottage, plastered and paint
ed to suit in my Third Addition, Eighth
and Mateo sts. Why pay rent, when you
can own your home? C. A. SMITH, 213
W. First St. tf
FOR SALE—HOUSES, 7 ROOM MOD
ern house near Adams and Main: all
street work In; porcelain bath; brick
cellar, with cement floor; good barn,
house nicely furnished; this Is In good
location, and can be bought for $2900. 27
FOR SALE—GOOD INVESTMENT,
nice 5-room cottage and lot, 50x135, with
large stable, near Main and Jefferson, for
$1250, In $10 payments: now rented for $10
per month. R VERCH, owner, room
80, Temple block. 27-30
FOR SALE-COTTAGE OF 9 ROOMS,
well finished and ltyt splendid neighbor
hood, southwest; loTis 50 by 150 feet, and
well Improved; will be sold at a bargain
If buyer will pay all cash. Address C,
box 29, Herald. 30
FOR SALE-4 ROOM HOUSE, FURNISH
ed, near Washington and Hoover, largo
lot, with barn: owner bound to sell; going
east. All for $675.
SHERWOOD & KOYER.
27 144 South Broadway.
FOR' SALE-NICE LITTLE HOUSE OF
4 rooms, bath, etc.: newly painted and
decorated; on N. Pearl, near Temple;
offered for a few days at $523 and only
$125 cash. G. C. EDWARDS, 230 W.
FOR SALE—S-ROOM, NEW. MODERN
cottage with bath and large screen
porch: all street work in; south of First,
and within ten minutes' walk of Times
office; $1650; installments if desired. 27
MUST BE SOLD. AL
most new, 2-story 8-room house and barn,
near Adams and Grand; easy terms; also
2 lots on Adams street at a bargain. Ap
ply at once. 8., Box 3, Herald. 27
FOR SALE—S-ROOM COTTAGE WITH
modern improvements; nice lot; on W.
Twelfth St.: small payment down; bal
ance monthly Installments. G. M. LUD
WICK, 202% S. Broadway. 27
FOR SALE—D-ROOM COTTAGE WITH
two lots, In bearing fruit and eastern
grapes; cheap for cash, or part bal
ance on time. Inquire of OWNER, 1860
E. Twenty-first St., city. 27
FOR SALE—HOUSE 6 ROOMS, BATH,
nice stable: fine corner lot; Vermont aye.;
choice residence or business location, for
$2500, In $15 payments. R. VERCH. owner,
room 80. Tpmple block. 27-80
FOR SALE—AT CATALHfA, 8-ROOM
cottage and lot; two tent frames, plat
forms and tents and furniture; water
piped to house: lot fenced. Address 8.,
2806 Central aye. 27
ntte 63, few feet from Pasadena nve.,
modern 5-room cottage, just completed;
lot 50x187: $1650; terms easy. OWNER,
802 S. Hill St. 27
FOR SALE—PARTY REMOVING TO
Seattle will sell 7-room modern cottage,
southwest, at big sacrifice on easy terms.
VAN EPPS, 206% S. Broadway. 27
FOR SALE—S-ROOM HARD-FINISHED
cottage, occupied but four months; lot
60 feet front; 2% blocks from cars; $850.
Address D., box 10, Herald. 27
FOR SALE—ON ACCOUNT OF LEAV-
Ing city, my 4-room furnished house in
southwest, half block from car line; $675.
Address D., box 8, Herald. 27
FOR SALE-31450; 7-ROOM HOUSE,BATH,
hot water; easy payments. 1225 E. 27th
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT ft SMITH. Pomona, Cal. tf
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALE—LOTS] A CHOICE LOT
near Figueroa and Washington, 50x170;
all street work in; only $1000.
Lots within 1% miles of city hall, south
of Seventh; street graded, cement walks
and curb, only $250 each.
SHERWOOD & KOYER,
27 144 South Broadway.
FOR SALE-$300; NICE LOTS, NEAR
cars; $10 cash, $5 per month; near Ninth
and Mateo; over 20 new houses on the
tract; If you want a home look this up
POINDEXTER ft WADSWORTH, 308
Wilcox block. 28
FOR SALE-A HOME FOR $1 A WEEK'
a 40-foot lot, $150; take Vernon car to
White street; new cottage, 5 rooms, bath
and 40-foot lot fenced, $950. WIESEN
DANGER, 427 S. Broadway. 27
FOR SALE-SNAP. LOT, 50x14oPgOOD
location. Price, $275. P. L. SHIDBLBR
Room 18, 206% S. Broadway, ft? '
FOR SALE—OUT ON THE HEALTHFUI
hllli, where the air Is pure, sweet an!
delicious, where In winter the tenderesl *>
flowers bloom without tear of frost ani
In summer nobody knows It is hot till
he comes down to the lower levels— MM
or more of the prettiest hill lots in Lo« '
They are on Arnold st. and front south
They are between Blxe! St. and Lucas *
Arnold la the street midway between
Third and Fourth sts., and Blxel street
and Lucas avenue, are half way between v
Spring street and Westlake park.
They are beautifully situated and tht
neighborhood la first claai. They are *
smooth and level and Just high »cough
above the sidewalk to be nice. Theatre*!
Improvements are all flnlahed and paid
These are not "cheap" lots. Nobody
need look at them with that Idea. If you
want a lot or lots nice enough to be worth fc
at least 11600 apiece, ace these, tor you
can get them now for $1100.
8. R. HENDERSON, «
1257 W. Fourth St., or Herald office.
FOR SALE—SIOOO ; 65X120; BUILDING
site; close to Second and Spring; good •
surroundings and rental district. GIR
DLESTONE & PHELPS, 201 Currier
building. 27 *,
FOR SALE—A HOME FOR $1 A WEEK; '
a 40-foot lot, $150; take Vernon car to
White street; new cottage, 5 roms, bath *
and 40-foot lot, fenced, $960. WIBBEN
DANGER, 427 S. Broadway. U
FOR SALE—S4OO; CHEAPEBT LOT IN *
Highland Park; 58x150; corner Pasadena
aye. and Pine st. WM. MEAD, 121% S.
FOR SALE—SCHOOL AND GOVERN
ment lands In all counties. Established
18S5. WISEMAN'S LAND BUREAU, '
285 W. First. Send stamp for Illustrated
Land Book. Lands in ail counties. Some
good homesteads, $20 up. School lands
$1.25 per acre; easy terms. Women as »
well as men take up school lands as an In
vestment. You can take 160 to 640 acres, .
remember, and the school lands are th*
cheapest, choicest Investment In Amer
ica. 27 i
FOR SALE-3 ACRES OAHUENGA VAL
ley, convenient to electric line, $1000.
12 acres near Axusa, 6 acres Washing- aj
ton navels, 6 acres Eureka lemons, seven
years old; good water right, $6250.
30 acres near Covina, 12 acres oranges, -
16 acres lemons, 2 acres apricots In bear-
Ing; good house; good water right; only
$400 per acre. This is choice.
SHERWOOD ft KOYER, »
27 144 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—ONE OF THE, IF NOT THE. 4
best places on Euclid avenue, In Ontario; i
% In oranges and % In lemons 13 years old.
bringing steady Income, together with a
modern residence with electric lights •
and all other conveniences. The owner,
wishing to reside In this city, will sacri
fice, and if necessary will sell In 2 par- *
eels. G. C. EDWARDS, 230 West First
St. , 27
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL LA CANADA; *
as executor of one estate and trustee of
another, I am anxious to dispose of soma
of the best Improved land In this valley; *
will sell In 5, 10 or 20-acre tracts, with
water; cheaper than any similar land
can be bought at and give easy terms of .
payment. G. C. EDWARDS, 230 West
First st. 27
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL HOME AND f
productive ranch combined. In Riverside 1
county; 110 acres, more than %in alfalfa, |
balance In fruit and corn; large 2-story J
modern house: barn to hold 250 tons hay,
etc.; In consequence of death of owner
will bo sold at less than % value, viz, $10,
-000. G. C. EDWARDS, 230 W. First St. 27 '
FOR SALE—S3O PER ACRE, 35 ACRES,
level, cultivated land, with water (no g
Improvements; good for alfalfa or fruit;
one-half mile from depot, school, post
office; 16 from Los Angeles; worth $150
per acre: want cash: must sell. GIR
DLESTONE & PHELPS, 201 Currier
FOR SALE-5 ACRES, 2% MILeTfROM *
city limits; best sandy loam soli, an
abundance of water; one acre assorted
fruits In full bearing; good five-room %
house; fixed for chicken business. Can
be bought for less than $1500, or will ex
change. SHERWOOD & KOYER, %
27 144 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—IO ACRES AT CITY LIMITS
and Figueroa St.: six acres in alfalfa, 4. *
acres assorted fruits In full bearing; sir
room, hard finished house. Well, wlnd«\
mill and tank. Also under city ditch. *
SHERWOOD & KOYER.
27 144 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE-6 ACRES, FULL BEAR- *
Ing olives, with water free; frostless;
with 8-room dwelling: one-half mile,
Glendora. GIRDLESTONE ft PHELPS, *
201 Currier building. 27
FOR SALE-LAND IN PARCELS TO
suit at Colegrove. a near suburb of Los
Angeles, on Santa Monica eleotrlo road.
COLE ft COLE attorneys. 282 N. Main
St., Los Angeles. tf •
Stocks and Bonds
FOR SALE-ONLY $4000 OF THOSE
street Improvement bonds left, but wo
have $40,000 In woter bonds. During ths •
past week we have made good invest
ments for three of our customers, and
still have for sale stocks on first-class lo- «
cal banks, some gas bonds, and a few
street railway bonds. Come In and ate
us. and If we haven't what you want we .
will get It for you. Remember It Is our
business to Invest our patrons' money
safely. AA'e devote our entire time to It.
HALL & CO., Stlmson Block. 27 »
WE HAVE $11,000 GILT-EDGE IM
provement bonds; $60,000 6 per cent, water
bonds that will bear the closest lnvaatl
ga/tion; first mortgage notes, $5000, $1200,
$830 and $440. and a special bargain In a
new 9-room house In best part of the city. •
We have customers for $8000, also $10,000,
both at 8 per cent. Bring In your idle
money and get It to earning. ROBT. »
HALE ft CO.. suits 330, Stlmson block.
STOCKS AND BONDS—
EDWARD D. SILENT ft CO., •
212 W. Second St..
(Under Hollcnbeck Hotel.)
Dealers In stocks, bonds, mortgages *>
and other first-class securities. 4-28 "
Furnished Houses «
The furniture of 80-room lodging house *
30 rooms, well located, $1100 .
23 rooms, cheap rent, $750. «
31 rooms, 23 furnished, $850.
10 rooms, furniture first-class, and do
lng good business, with table board, $960,
J. C. FLOYD, f
27 125 S. Broadway.
Hotels and Lodging Houses *
FOR SALE - ELEGANT BARGAIN; «
must be sold on account of sickness;
choice corner lodging house, 30 rooms;
only 3 Inside rooms; all sunny, and fresh
air; richly furnished and house full; $1400. •
24 I. D. BARNARD, 103 S. Broadway,
Live Stock '*
FOR SALE-425; TWO LARGE HORSES, J
If sold soon. NOLTON ORCHARD, .East "*
Jefferson St., 1000 feet east of Centra *W