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The Herald. Rates for Classified Advertising Linen—S rents per Hue lor each tstertlen. hetlce el Marriage, Birth er Death—Free. Obltvarlea. Puneral Hetltea ana Special Announcemeata— 10 ctnta per lint. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Walter F. Haas Candidate for City Attorney Subject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. W. B. Scarborough Candidate for Public Administrator Subject to decision of Democratic County Convention Frank James Candidate for City Attorney of Los Angeles City Subject to decision of Democratic City Convention. Milton K. YoMirag FOR— Justke of the Peace OF LOS AKGEI.ES TOWNSHIP. Subject to decision of Democratic County Convention. Capt J. C. Newton Candidate for County Treasurer Subject to decision of Democratic County Convention. James E. With row —FOR— County Assessor Subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. John T. W3ison For Sheriff Subject to action of the Democratic County Convention. JfflOo Wo Imsdiiae Of Compton, candidate lor County Assessor Subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. SPECIAL NOTICES (JOHN C. BEWLEY & CO., NOTARIES, stenographers, collectors; legal papers carefully drawn. 404 BRADBURY Bldg., Los Angeles. Cal. Tel. Main 245. tf at, A. STEAM CARPET CLEANING CO. Will clean and lay all kinds of carpets at 4c per yard; all work guaranteed. 329 E. SECOND ST. Tel. Main 74. tt CAN'T EXPECT YOUR LINEN TO Wear unless it is properly laundered. We do It right. THE EXCELSIOR LAUN DRY. 'Phone 307. tf GENTS' SUITS DRY CLEANED, $1.50; pants, 50c. BOSTON DYE WORKS, 256 New High St., near Temple. tf WANTED — CONTRACTS FOR OIL well drilling. CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 2020 Central aye. ti HEN'S SOLES 35C; LADIES' 30C; TO pay more is waste of money. 405 S. Spring st. lm PROF. IRA L. GUILFORD, PHRENOLO gIst and Palmist, 316K S. Spring st. 27 Male Help HUMMEL BROS & CO EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. A Strictly first-class, reliable agency. All kinds of help promptly furnished. Your orders solicited. : SOO-302 W. Second st.. basement ' California Bank Building, : Telephone 609. (Office open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., except Sunday.) MEN'S DEPARTMENT Gardener. $20 etc.; ranch hand and milk. $20; carpeniers. $2..",0; carpenters, $3; help ers, $2; orchard hand. $20; railroad camp blacksmith, $3; teamsters, railroad, $25; laborers. 11.75; fnr Big Bug railroad: ship today; milker. $26; rock drillers. $2; plow and scraper holders, $2: railroad work. Globe, A.T.; ranch hand, $15 and $12; ram-h blacksmith. $30 etc.; 25 railroad laborers. $1.75; free fare; wood splitters, SOo cord! wood choppers, $1 cord; chore man, $S etc. MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT Fry conk. $13 etc.; experienced butler. $25 etc.; man and wife, cooks, boarding house, $45 etc.; all round hotel cook. $',0 etc.; experienced hotel butcher. $15 etc.; restaurant cook, country, $10 etc; veg etable man, $0 etc. HOUBEHOLD DEPARTMENT French conk, country, $3"; housegirl, Redondo, Pasadena. Chino. Corona. Col ton, $20: Santa Paula. Marietta. Corona. $15; nurse girl, $12; German second girl! Pasadena, $20; housekei per, country, $3 week; ore Corona, $15; housegirls, $3 to $25. LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT Waitress, beach, J25 month: dishwash er, Randshurg. $Joj waitress, $20; Bakers field, $20; cook, country, $3u; waitress $'0 HUMMEL BROS. & CO. ' WANTED—AN ALL-ROUND MACHIN- Ist wdth some ready money to Join adver tiser in a good, profitable manufacturing business. Address E., Box 13, Herald. 17 WANTED - YOUNG MAN UNDER standing stenography and typewriting as bill clerk: references. Address E. Box 40, Herald. ' jg WANTED-600 MEN TO HAVE THEIR shoes soled, 15c. M'LESKEY'S, cheapest place on earth. 124 E. Second st, tf WANTED Hals Help t WANTED—BOY OWNING HORSE AND I harness to drive delivery wagon and . work in grocery store. Address E., Box r 12, Herald. " I THE OPERA RESTAURANT, 117 8. Main St., serves best 10-cent meal in city; try lt and be convinced. JERRY EGAN. Prop. tf WANTED—BOY. FAIRLY WELL EDU cated, good writer, living at home. Ad dress E., nox 41, Herald. 18 WANTED—GOOD, STEADY BARBER; must be an expert at the business. Ad dress E., Box 45, Herald. 18 Female Help PROFITABLE HOME WORK FOR MEN or women, day or evening; $6 to $12 weekly; no canvassing or experience needed; plain Instructions and work mailed on applica tion. BRAZILIAN MFG. CO., New York city. 10 WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL FOR general housework In family of three: musit be nea:. 1527 Magnolia aye. and Six teenth St. 1" WANTED — GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Apply to 754 W. Seventh St., between 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. to day. 17 WANTED—A WOMAN TO DO CIIAM ber work; one that wdll sleep at home. Call at 430% S. Broadway at 7a. m. 17 WANTED—BY THE 20TH SEPTEMBER, a good, willing house girl to assist wltlt child. Address E., Box 30, Herald. . 19 WANTED—A YOUNG SCHOOL GIRL TO assist night and morning; $2 week. Ad dress E., Box 46, Herald. 18 WANTED—NEAT GIRL TO ASSIST IN light housework nnd care for child. 431 E. Twenty-first st. IS WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL housework; must be competent. Adress E.. Box 44, Herald. 18 WANTED—GOOD COOK AND HOUSE girl; wages from $12 to $15. Addlress L., Box 45. Herald. 18 WANTED—GERMAN GIRL TO COOK ard do general housework. Address 8., 47. Herald. 18 WANTED-AT ONCE. A MILLINERY maker; must be competent. Address E.. Box 48, Herald. 18 Male and Female Help WANTED—HOUSE ESTABLISHED 20 years; party, either lady or gentleman, of good church standing, as correspondent and manager here; need not leave home; salary $800 rlrst year; inclose self-ad dressed stamped envelope to A. T. EL DER, general manager, care Herald, tf Situations—Male WANTED — SITUATION; MAN AND w.fe; wish to go on ranch; aro willing, capable; understand work; no objection to outside towns or any work in the inte rior. Address L., box 23, Herald. 19 WANTED—BY MAN AND WIFE. WORK in a first class hotel: man competent cook; wife good chambermaid or waitress or second cook; wages expected, $100. Ad dress G., box 21, Herald. 20 WANTED—SITUATION BY MAN AND wife on ranch; wife to do cooking and housework; man general work around place. Address E., Box 49, Herald. 18 WANTED—SITUATION BY GERMAN cook (male), private or ranch, city or country. Address E.. Box 52, Herald. 18 WANTED—SITUATION BY JAPANESE cook, private family; housework. Ad dress E., Box 55, Herald. 18 WANT SITUATIONS—PORTER AND chambermaid In hotel; manand wife. Ad dress N., box 2, Herald. 19 Situations—Female HOUSEKEEPER, WITH LITTLE GIRL, wants position as housekeeper for wid ower or bachelor; would go to the coun try. Address L., Box S4, Herald. 18 WANTED—A GOOD HOME IN Ex change for services and a slight compen sation, by an American widow. Address, L., box 35, Herald. 19 WANTED — SITUATION AS HOUSE keeper for wddower; no objection to chil dren; am willing to work. Address L., box 29, Herald. 19 WANTED—BY COMPETENT WOMAN, place in small bakery to tend store and cook for family. Address L., Box 38, Herald. 38 WANTS SITUATION—GOOD COLORED woman, 3S years old; plain cook; gootl references. Address N., box 1, Herald. 19 WANTED—SITUATION BY A SWED ish girl to do general housework; good cook; $20. Addr.ss E., Box 56. Herald. 18 WANTED—SITUATION AS COOK AND house-girl by a good, reliable Germani woman. Address L., box 14, Herald. 19 WANTED—GOOD COOK AND HOUSE girl: must be neat, wdlllng and reliable. Address L., box 24, Herald. 19 To Rent WANTED —TO RENT. PARTLY FlTR nlshed cottage wdth good grounds, suit able for flower culture. Address, with lo cation, L., box 27. Herald. 19 WANTED—TO RENT COTTAGE OF 5 TO 7 rooms, new; will pay reasonable rent; adults. Address L., Box 35, Herald. 18 LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 18*8 (fc \ AiMAvi Go TaTrte 6*«* i Pvr It., Hot To DRA** out =s^ r / HcMm> Waht Ads JOA A iMfNC* by Iwmoi J7_»f/ // \ T U .as** M jrooq Business />'\-J W«u 3t. In A \ 1 // \ f**osPCftOu?/ \ \\ If M\ WANTED To Bent WANTED —TO RENT RY A COUPLE, without children, small unfurnished house; (rive location and price. Address L.. Box 37, Herald. » 18 WANTED—TO LEASE OR WORK A ranch on shares; let me know full par ticulars when answering. Address G., box 19, Herald. 19 WANTED—TO RENT FURNISHED cottage 6 rooms In the Westlake district preferred; family of 4. Address E., Box 51. Herald. 18 WANTED—TO RENT A WELL EQUIF ped fruit ranch; plenty water; give price and location. Address E., Box 68, Her ald. 19 WANTED-TO RENT SMALL COTTAGE, only two in family; will give the best of care. Address L., Box 33, Herald. IS To Purchase WANTED—TO PURCHASE A ROOM ing house of 30 or 40 moms; Main street preferred; wish to trade Pomona proper ty; value, $1200, as part pay. Address G., box 11, Herald. » WANTED —LODGING HOUSE, ABOUT 2! to 30 rooms, newly ard neatly fur nished; will buy If reasonable and loca tion Is right. Address L., Box 36, Herald. 18 WANTED—TO BUY COUNTRY PROP erty located In artesian belt away from frost; trees In full bearing; state price. Address E., Box 18, Herald. 17 WANTED—TO PURCHASE BLACK horse, as advertised In The Herald of a late date; give price, weight, etc. Ad dress G., box 10, Herald. 19 I DESIRE TO PURCHASE GOOD MlN lng property; owners having sudh prop erty for sale are invited to call et 201 N. Eastlake aye., city. 17 WANTED—TO BUY INTEREST IN A good business in San Pedro; give- amount desired. Address G., box 12, Herald. 19 WANTED—TO BUY GOOD DAIRY AND milk route; state location and price. Ad dress L., box 19, Herald. 19 WANTED—TO BUY OR LEASE CHICK en ranch. Address, with particulars, L., box 13, Herald. 13 WANTED—TO BUY COVERED DELIV ery wagon. Address L., Box 51, Herald. 18 FOR SALE Houses FOR BALE—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 streets. Why pay rent, when you can own your own horneT C. A. SMITH, 213 W. First St. tf FOR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE AND vacant lots, on easy terms; why pay rent? Buy a home now. For particulars and lo cation address E., Box 3, Herald. 16 FOR SALE—A LOVELY 5-ROOM COT tage. lot 50x150 to alley, right side of St.; lawn, trees; $1100, $100 cash down. Ad dress E., Box 54, Herald. 1$ HOUSES BUILT TO ORDER AND SOLD on Installments with a reasonable cash payment. See DAY about It, 127 S. Broad way. 20 FOR SALE-$lOOO ; 5-ROOM HOUSE IN monthly payments, $15. ALLISON, BAR LOW & CO., 123 S. Broadway tf FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BASSETT & SMITH. Pomona, Cal. tf Country Property FOR SALE-RANCH OF 5 ACRES NEAR Compton; artesian water; 4-room house, barn, chicken yard; dairy, 16 head of cows, Jersey Btocki easy payments; Ill health the cause of selling. Address 1.., box 18, Herald. 19 FOR SALE—A NEAT LITTLE CHICKEN ranch near city limits; good house; all modern; large barn, cowsheds; also 15 acres in fruits, alfalfa; 3 shares water stock. Address E., Box 37, Herald. 18 FOR SALE—SO ACRES OF CLE AH ranch; deciduous fruits; own water tun nels; price $4000, V<! on long time at 7 per cent. For full particulars address E., Box 29, Herald. 17 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—PROPHR ty In Kansas, all good, salable lots, for rooming house or residenoe property in cltv of Los Angeles. Address E., Box 53,' Herald. 18 FOR SALE—A DECIDUOUS FRUIT OR chard; 5-room house, barn, windmill; In the town of Toluoa; of 15 acres; abund ant water supply. Address E., Box 21, Herald. 17 FOB SALE Country Property FOR SALE OR EXCHANOE-A ONE fourth interest In 200 acres of land at Murrietta; all feiiceetand under full cul tivation. Address E., Box 34, Herald. 17 FOR SALE—A NAVEL ORANGE GROVE situated in the frostless belt; house, barn, everything In good order. For price ad dress G., box 14, Herald. 19 FOR SALE—3 ACRES OF A VERY FINE hearing orchard; cottnge, barn, flowers: $1500; $150 to $500 cash. Address E„ Box 26, Herald. 1" FOR SALE-*l5OO, 200 ACRES ON ELEC trlc line and In the new San Pedro: will double In 2 years. Address E., Box 50, Herald. 18 FOR SALE-6 ACRES HIGHLY IM proved orchard; abundance of water; healthy; $3000. Address E., Box 28. Her ald. 17 WE SELL THE EARTH— BASSETT & SMITH. Room 2, Y. M. C. A. building. FOR SALE—4 ACRES OF THE CHOIC est berries, full bearing, $2000. Address E., Box 27, Herald. 17 Hotels and Lodging Houses FOR SALE—2-STORY BRICK LODGING house in Phoenix. Arizona, in the heart of the city, doing «, good business: rent ing for $51; will sell for $2100. Address E., Box 81, Herald. 17 FOR SALE—SMALL ROOMING HOUSE; location first-class; price right. Address E., box 32, Herald. 17 Business Property FOR SALE-SMALL STOCK OF GRO eerles and hardware; stock and fixtures Invoice about $500; horse, wagon, stock of coal and wood Included; living rooms In connection wdth store. Address L., box 11, Herald. 1» FOR SALE—A STOCK OF GROCERIES. coal and wood yard and fully equipped outfit: a fine bargain. Address L., Box 39, Herald. 13 FOR SALE—SMALL LODGING HOUSE in Phoenix, Arizona, In good repair. Ad dress L., Box 32, Herald. 18 FOR SALE-A NO. 1 BUTCHER SHOP; 2 hcrses and good wagon. Address L., Box 31, Herald. 18 FOR SALE—SI4O, SMALL RESTAURANT, good location; a bargain. AddressL., Box 50, Herald. 18 WANTED—TO BUY SMALL RESTAU rant. Address, with details, L„ Box 30, Herald. 38 Live Stock FOR SALE—CART AND HORSE; HORSE gentle; suitable for lady to drive; cheap for cash. Address L., box 44, Herald. 19 FOR SALE — MARE AND SURREY; safe, gentle; good for lady to drive. Ad dress L., box 20, Herald. 19 Miscellaneous FOR SALE—CASH, $30, INTERNATION aI Electrical Library by S. P. Thompson an if, E. J. Houston, 6 vol., cost $36; Just received from publishers. Address S., Box 24, Herald. 18 FOR SALE—FOR $300; Vt INTEREST IN a California patent; a wonderful discov ery, connected with electric street cars. For particulars address E., box 25, Her ald. 19 FOR SALE—OLD NEWSPAPERS, SUlT able for putting under carpets, etc.. In packages of 100, for 10 cents. Apply Her ald Business office. tf FOR SALE—A 16-H. P. EDDY MOTOR. nearly new and in perfect working order; will be sold at a bargain. Apply at Her ald office. tf FOR EXCHANGE—LARGE BODY OF timber and coal lands; clear, good title; for what you have. D. CARR, 216 W. Flrsit st. 25 FOR SALE—FINE MILITARY SADDLE and bridle, officers' martingale, cheap; In good condition. Address L., box 26, Her ald. 19 Foil SALE—IN OUTSIDE TOWN, A small millinery store; good location; very reasonable. Address L., Box 49, Herald. 18 FOR SALE—CART AND HORSE, HORSE gentle; suitable for lady to drive; dheap for cash. Address L., Box 44, Herald. 18 FOR SALE—BAKERY IN OUTSIDE; town; Interest; too much for one to manage. Address L., box 4, Herald. It FOB SALE Miscellaneous FOR SALE CHEAP-2000 FT. J-INCH water pipe; second hand; 200 ft. H4-ineh water pipe. H. M. AMES, Vernon. 13 FOR SALE-GOOD COLUMBIA TOP buggy; cheap for cash. Addrcsc L., Box 43. Herald. 18 FOR SALE—STATIONERY STORE (TN good location. Address L, box 5, Herald. 19 AT A BARGAIN—AN ELEGANT UP rlght piano, but little used. 439 Temple. 18 FOR SALE—CAVALRY UNIFORM, AL most new. Address L., box 25, Herald. 19 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—GOOD PAYING DRUG store In city; large exclusive business; es tablished 10 years; owner must sell and go east; Invoice $1400; will sell fo,r $1200; part cash. Address G., box 54, Herald. 20 : FOR SALE—INTEREST IN A PATENT ed article of great merit, or will sell terri tory, giving full charge of the manufac ture and sale of machines. Address G., box 20, Herald. 19 FOR SALE-STATIONERY STORE IN one of the principal outside cities in Los Angeles county; gilt-edge business; $4000; easy payments. Address G., box 52, Her ald. 20 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY—PRACTIC aI metal polisher wants partner with $1000 to start business; has plant ready to put up. Address S.. Box 35, Herald. 18 WANTED—TO INVEST $2000 IN A GOOD paying business; must bear the closest investigation, and no agents. Address G., box 11, Herald. 19 FOR SALE—A SMALL STOCK OF GRO cerles, feed and notions; also cold drinks; $350, Including fixtures'; rent $12. Address G., Box 8, Herald. 19 FOR SALE—A MILLINERY STORE Do ing a good business in live country town. For price and full particulars address E., Box 14, Herald. 17 FOR SALE—A POP-CORN PLANT; IS supplying wholesale trade; will go cheap If purchased at once. Address 0., box 51, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—S3OO; ONE-HALF INTEREST in good paying article; something new and very saleable. Address G., box 50, Herald. 20 WANTED—TO BUY DAIRY ROUTE; give price; No. cows, etc. Address E., Box 35, Herald. 17 I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS. I. D. BARNARD, 112 S. Broadway. MONET TO LOAN TO LOAN—MONEY IN LARGE OB small amounts at lower rates of Interest than others charge. On all kinds of col lateral security, diamonds, watches, jew elry, pianos, furniture, life Insurance and all good collateral; partial payments re ceived; money quick; private office for ladies. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14 . 254 S Broadway. 1-30-99 MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $1000 to $200,000, on inside gilt-edged income bearing property only. Inquire of F. Q. STORY, room 303, Henne block, 121 W. Third st MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watches, Jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and all kinds of collateral security; storage free In our warehouse. LEE BROS., 401 S. Spring st. tf MONEY LOANED «AT NET INTEREST rates from i'A to I per cent per annum, according te character and size of loans. EDWARD D. SILENT & CO., 212 W. 2d. tf TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON real estate security. I have It In any amount; $5000 to $50,000 at 6 per cent. WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway. 6-10-tf POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, ROOM 308 Wilcox building, lend money on any good real estate; building loans made; If you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. tf MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED real estate; Interest decreases as you pay. STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N, 141 S. Broadway. 6-20-tf MONEY TO LOAN—S2OO TO $95,000 ON city and country real estate. LEE A. Mc- CONNELL & CO.. 145 S. Broadway. Frost building. tf TO LOAN —6 TO ( PER CENT MONEY. BRADSHAW BROS., room 202 Bradbury block. tf BATHS MISS DORA FRANCIS, CABINET baths and massage. 233 W. First st., room 4, between Spring and Broadway. tf GRACE ROBINSON. TUB AND VAPOR baths, 328>/4 S. Spring St., room 2. 10-11 EXCURSIONS HOCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON-' ducted excursions every Tuesday and Wednesday; low rates; quick time; Union depot, Chicago; office. 214 South Spring st. tt WATCHMAKERS LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF COLLAR buttons; six different rolled gold patterns, 6c; other kinds up to $3. W. J. GETZ, Jeweler, 336 S. Broadway. PHYSICIANS I DR. UNGER CURES CANCERS AND tumors; no knife or pain. 107VJ N. Main street. tt FOR EXCHANGE Beal Estate FOR EXCHANGE—2I4 ACRES NEAR Pomona, on boulevard, between North Pomona and Pomona proper; car line passes property; 200 bearing fruit trees; fenced; mortgage $300; value, $1200; will exchange equity of $800 for good lodging house. Address G., boxss, Herald. 20 WANTED—TO FIND PARTY WHO will trade Los Angeles county property for good rental 2-story building in Sag inaw, Michigan; 7 rooms above store and living rooms below now occupied. Ad dress G., Box 5, Herald. 10 FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES OF LAND, all fenced, house, stable, chicken houses, water, hearing trees, close to school, Join R. R. station; will trade for good city property. Address E., Box 21, Herald. 17 FOR EXCHANGE—ROOMING HOUSE In San Francisco, nicely furnished; 20 rooms, all rented; worth $1800; will ex change for cottage In Los AngeJes city. Address E„ Box 59, Herald. 19 FOR EXCHANGE—2S ACRES CLEAR, unimproved land, near Burbank, valued at $1200; for stock of merchandise, house hold furniture. Address A., box 53, Her ald. 30 FOR EXCHANGE—B ACRES OF LAND, good house, water piped all over place, shares In water stock: will trade for house und lot in city. Address G., box 17, Her ald. 19 WANTED —TO EXCHANGE GOOD acreage, with house and other Improve ments, for rooming house In Los Ange les. Address G., box 26, Herald. 20 FOR EXCHANGE—NICE 4-ROOM COT tage. neatly furnished; lawn; bath; large lot; will exchange for country property. Address E., Box 20, Herald. 17 WANTED—TO TRADE POMONA PROF erty for something in the city; furniture or stock of goods; wdll pay some cash. Address 0., box 44, Herald. 20 FOR EXCHANGE—IMPROVED ACRE age at or near Phoenix, Arizona; will trade for Los Angeles city property. Ad dress E., Box 17, Herald. 17 WILL EXCHANGE LOTS CENTRALLY located in a country town near Los An geles for Pueblo, Col., property. Address G., box 19, Herald. 19 FOR EXCHANGE—2-STORY 8-ROOM house almost new; wdll trade for good country property. Address E„ Box 33, Herald. 17 FOR EXCHANGE—43 ACRES OF GOOH land, finely located, will trade for good city property. Address G., box 13, Her ald. I 19 FOR EXCHANGE - HUNDREDS OF properties. BEN WHITE, 2*5 W. First. tt Miscellaneous FOR SALE—A 15-HORSE POWER EDDY motor, used only a few months; good as new. Apply to M. P. THYEi & CO., 201 -203 N. Main St. tf FOR EXCHANGE!—A GOOD SOUND horse: will exchange for high grade la dles' wheel. Address G., Box 7, Herald. 19 PERSONALS MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth St.; female diseases treated by electrici ty; cure guaranteed. tt LADIES' MONTHLY REGULATOR— Never falls. Send 4 cents for Woman's Safe Guard. WILCOX MED. CO., Dept. 2. Philadelphia, Pa. tf PERSONAL—SINGLE OR MARRIED ladles will find something to their ad vantage hy calling at room 1, No. 615',.. S. Broadway. 17 MISS WILL ARD, COMPLEXION SPE clalist; one treatment free. 308 S. Main. 9-10 FOR WINDOW SHADES GO TO THE factory, 222 W. 6th. Prices the lowest tf "L-HOW I CHEERY HOPE WISH ocean. D." 17 EDUCATIONAL WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226 S. Spring at., Los Angeles; the oldest, largest and most elegantly equipped commercial school In Southern Califor nia; hundreds ot successful graduates In banking and business houses; In session all the year; enter any day; evening school on Monday, Wednesday and Fri day evenings; three complete courses, commercial, English and shorthand and typewriting; a thorough, practical and progressiva school; large faculty of ex pert teachers; rates of tuition reasonable. Call or write for catalogue. • OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE— 3 COURSES: classical, scientific, literary; thorough preparatory department; fall term opens September 13th at new building, Highland Park. Address the president, Rev. GUY W. WADSWORTH, 827 Grand View aye., Los Angeles, Cal. we-sa24t ST. AGATHA S BOARDING AND DAY School for Girls will reopen September 27th at 512 S. Alvarado st., Los Angeles; primary, intermediate and college prepa ratory departments. MARY L. FRENCH, A. 8., Principal. tf LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, 212 W. Third St.; always In session; col lege literature free; see large adv. on ed itorial page. tt LOST AND FOUND STRAYED—FROM 425 COURT STREET, Thursday morning, small dog, white,with black saddle; answers to name "Pa.sy," tag No, 816; reutrn for reward. 17 BOOKS A—DOC WORTH OF MAGAZINES DE llvered at house for 30a See Jones' Book Store, 224 W. First st FOR RENT Houaea FOR RENT—TO FAMILY OF ADULTS by the year, $20 a month, large modern house; bath, closets, cellar, lawn, frult> In good looatlon. Address L., Box 47 Herald. J WILL RENT CHEAP, TO A GOODTEN ant, beautiful 8-room house; modern Im provements; barn, cellar, etc.; must ba seen to the appreciated. 2124 E. Fourth. 17 FOR RENT—4 ROOMS WITH HALL, nicely furnished; lawn; flowers; large lot; walking distance from business center. Address E., Box 19, Herald. 17 FOR RENT—7-ROOM HOUSE, BARN; near University; all modern Improve ments; furnished; rent 130. Address E., Box 60, Herald. It FOR RENT, FURNISHED, NEW HOUSE 8 rooms, S. W.; $50 month. Address E„ Box 61, Herald. 19 FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE, I room*; reasonable reivt. Address L., Box 48, Herald. 18 FOR RENT—FLAT OF 4 ROOMS, FUR nished completely. Address E., Lux 62, Herald. 19 FOR RENT—NICE ROOMS. $1 A WEEK and up; 25 cents per night. 519 South Spring. 17 FOR RENT-$lO A MONTH; 4-ROOMED cottage. Address L.. box 3, Herald. 19 Board and Rooms ROOM AND BOARD, PLEASANT neighborhood; good room; no other boarders; very reasonable. Address L., Box 46, Herald. 18 Furnished Rooms AT HOTEL GLENMORE, KIVjS. BHOAD way, furnished rooms; free baths; ,ow rates. 25 Real Estate FOR RENT—PIECE OF LAND IN SAN ta Monica; will rent for Its month; suit able for chicken ranch, or will pruuuco anything In frlut or garden truck. For particulars address G.. box 23, Herald. 20 FOR RENT—BEAUTIFUL PLACE OF 18 acres near Glondale; 6-room house, barn, chicken house, watur supply, rich soil; rent $220 per year. Address G., Box 4, Herald. ij FOR RENT—S-ACRE CHICKEN RANCH In city, $10 per month. Address G., Box 3, Herald. 19 MEDIUMS Bk - VED—MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM ane. Palmist; life reading; business spec ulations, mineral locations, removals, lawsuits, travels, marriages, children, dispositions and capabilities; all affairs of life. 416% S. Spring St., room 1 Fees, 60c and $L MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND life business reading medium; all business affairs of life looked into for the ad vancement of your future. 310',- S. Spring street. tf MRS. KATE HOSKINS, TRANCE Mra dium; sittings dally; evenings hy ap pointment; circle Tuesday evening, 2tc; at 322 S. Spring st. tf ELLA WHITE, 122 S. OLIVE, NEW flat, well known trance test medium. 9-13 GOULD AMES, PALMIST. PSYCHOMBT rtst and Astrologlst. 744 S. Hope st. tt PROF. GEE READ, $1; CIRCLES TUES.. Th., Sat., 7:30, 15c. 449% S. Spring. tf DENTISTS ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS, 239% S. Spring st.; painless extraction, 50c; fillings; plates from $4; all work guaran teed; established 12 years. Hours, 8-5; Sundays, 10-12. Tel. black 1273. tt FRANK STEVENS, 324 % 8. SPRING ST. Open days and evenings, also Sundays; electric lights. Tel. Green 1393. MINING AND ASSAYING THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main at. R. A. PEREZ, E. 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