i.oa ANQRr.RS. Cflt., Dm, m.Jmr._
frtm»,| B«rT"l~Th I HluWlncfj^eif Weather
i *.m.\'So"MT'«r] 4« I W I 8 I Clear.
8 > p.m. [ 3H.09 I RH I 41 I N | 4 ) Clear.
~A?axlmum temperature, 61.
.Minimum temperature. 47.
fIAN FRANCISCO, Dee. 21.— The pres
sure has risen rapidly over tho Pmclllc
coast. Thn rise has been accompanied
|py generally f.ilr weather In California,
and snow in Arizona nnd Utah.
Much cooler weather may bo expected
Friday south of the Blerrn. Mail re. Ornm«
growers In the southern pnrt of the stntw
have been warned to smudge. Friday
morning, ns heavy frosts nre probable.
Pleasant weather with elenr skies nnd
cold mornings mar bo expected Frldny
nnd possibly Baturtlny. Heavy frosts ars
likely Friday morning.
Ltis Antreles nnd vicinity— Knlr Frldny;
honvy fi-ost In the morning: orange grow
ei-H iidvlmvl to flro mrly; light north wliuM
LKONia-NELSON-Mlehael A. Leonln.
nged 2D, a mitlvo of Frnnco nml resident
nf Los Angeles; and Edith Nelson, nged
21, a native of Sweden and resident of
HOLMES - BTAMM— Oliver V. Holmes,
nged 34, a native of Indiana and resident
of Long Ueach; nnd Luella O. fttnmm,
aged 33. a native of Indiana and resident
of Avoca, lowa.
MALLES-LABOVITZ-Morrls N. Malic*,
aged 23, a native of Austria and resi-
dent of Los Angeles; and Sophie Lnbo-
vitz, uged 24, a native of Roumanla and
resident of Los Angeles.
FRYER-MANSFIELD-Arthur L. Fryer,
nued 24, a native of Illinois and resident
nf Los Angeles: und Ida M. Mnnstlold,
nged 20, a native of Oregon and resident
of Los Angeles.
IUTRNETT-CHAMBERS-O. V. Burnett,
nged 32, a native of Indiana and resident
ot Los Angeles; nnd Mlla M. Chambers,
uged 28. a native of Ohio and resldeut of
WI?ITM_Y_Ii - CHURCHILL— -Earl W.
Whltmeyer. aged 24, a native of New
York and resident of Long Hcach: and
Ilertha M. Churchill, aged 19, a native
of New York and resident of Long
lI ASSAD-BONE— Ira F. W. Hassnd, aged
25, a native of Kansas 1 and resident of
Los ' Angeles; and Sadie J. Bone,
HA^NNOLD-PRESTON— Charles Uannold,
Rged 33. a native of Ohio and resident
of Pasadena; and Harriet Preston, aged
80, a native of Kansas and resident of
BHRGE - KELLY-Wllllam W. Burge,
nged 34, a native of California nnd resi-
dent of Los Angeles; and Anna L. Kelly,
nged 22, a native of California und resi-
dent of Los Angeles.
FOSTER-FORD— Alfred P. Foster, nged
26, a native of Colorado and resident of
Los Angeles; nnd Sadie E. Ford, aged
is, a native of Colorado and resident
of Los Angeles.
CRISTY-HOIJAN-Harry Cristy. nged 23,
a native of lowa and resident of Mojave,
Kern county; and Bertha A. Holjan,
aged 20, a native of Tennessee and resi-
dent of Mojave, Kern county.
BULL - FLICKENSTF,IN — Charles L.
Bull, aged 27, a native ot Michigan and
resident of Los Angeles; and Edna
Flickenstein, aged 21, a natlvo ot Ohio
and resident of Chicago.
COPPOCK-COOPER— Carlos G. Copnock.
aged 26, a native of lowa ami resident
of Loa Angeles; and Amanda K. Cooper.
need 28, a native ot lowa and resident
of Los Angeles.
.STRONY-CROSBY— Edward S. Strony,
nged 84. a native of New York nnd resi-
dent of Los Angeles; and Laura H.
Crosby, nged 31, a natlvo of Pennsyl-
vania and resident of Loa Angeles.
ETCHART-COPENTIPPI— Miguel Etch-
art, aged 30, a native of France and
resident of Pomona; and Catherine
it'opentippi, aged 24. v native of Fruuco
rtina resident of Los Angelos.
SNOW-LEET— Dnrlus E. Snow, aged >l!>.
a native of Ohio and resident of Los
Angeles; and Sarah M. Lett, aged 53, a
native of Canada and resident of Loa
JIOHAN-GRAY— Edmonde R. P.ohan, aged
30, a native of Wisconsin and resident
of Los Angeles; and Mary A. Gray,
iiged 35. a native of Wisconsin and resi-
dent of Los Angeles.
ZKRNECKE — Augu3t, 1158 West
Fortieth street, native of Germany,
general debility, December 20, agud
CARLSEN — Julius P., 227 Emerald
street, native of Denmark, phthisis,
December 20, nged 25 years.
NOLAN — W. G., Southern Pacific yards,
native of Now Jersey, accidentally
■'rushed between two freight cars,
December 20, aged :)0 years.
WESLEY— Edmund, California hos-
pital,, native of New Jersey, accl-
' dental gunshot wound, December 18,
nged 33 years.
JIOORE — Ernest, 214 North Bonnie
v Bruo, native of California, acute
nephritis. December 21. aged 6 years.
FERRIS — Georgo C 1628 West Temple
street, natlvo of Now York, senility,
December 18, aged 85 years.
ItUDD — Cliff Joy, Douglas building,
native of Nebraska, accidental crush-
ing by elevator, December 19, aged
TOLMA.SOOF — Alecsay. 113 Garey
street, native of California, general
tuberculosis, December 20, uged 1
Peck _ Chase Co., undertakers nnrt
embalmcrs; lady assistants. 433 S. Hill.
Tel. Main 61.
GARRISON — To Conrad R. .and wife,
241 West Eighteenth street, Decem-
ber 16, a daughter.
CRAMER— To Festus B. and wife,
California hospital, December IS, a
HIGMAN— To William K. and wife.
California hospital, December 1, a
LAUJIED- To Leslie B. and wife, 121
North Breed street, December 2, a
DARLINGTON— To Wayne nnd wife,
Hospital of the Good Samaritan, De-
cember 14, a daughter.
TRENCH — To Fred W. and wife, C:ill-
forula hospital, November 24, a son.
VAIL — To David A. nnd wife — OC2 Ver-
mont avenue, November 3, a daugh-
lIOLMAN— To Claud S. and wife, isoo
West Sixth Ktrect, December 8, a
AY ALTERS— To Frederick K. nnd wife.
California hospital, December 2, ,i
RILEY — To Mark nnd wife. 2<i7o North
Griffin avenue, December 17, a
HOWARD — To Kdward ami wife, 2670
North Griffin avenue, December 20, a
RYAN— To William J. and wife, 116.-,
Eaet Eleventh Ktrect, December 5, a
BRESEE BROS, s io'.'f^^
BROADWAY AND SIXTH BTREF.T
Lady aaalstant attendiiiiinrQTAlf TOO
Ladles and children. UNUtK TAKPRS
PIERCE BROS. - CO.
Funeral directors, 810-812 8 Flower strMt.
Our ' lady undertaker. Miss Elizabeth
Thompson, In attendunc* for women and
children day or night. Phone Main is.'T:
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
i:m>i:u iMvi;i(!,, have removed to i»3l
8. i.run.l aveuue. Phone*— Main ivi;
Hnm* «0» !
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
418 417-419 San Pedro St.
Main office ii\ South Main
■ Phones Main 1117, Home 2154 New and
absolutely fire proof storage; private
locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos,
flae furniture, etc Trunks, boxes, tic,
Ktored, 25c to 50a per monln VV« solicit
Pianos rented at low rules. A, G.
(iARDNKR PIANO HOUSE, Ltd.. 11«
Winston »t. TvU BUck iliM; Humu
HUMMKT, BRO3. & CO.,
5 —EMPLOYMENT AOF.NTB—
A strictly first-class, reliable ngene?
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
116-118 Knst Set-ond «tre«t.
Between Mnln and Los Angeles «t«.
Lnr*e«t and best equipped office*
on the Pnelnc const.
HUMMEL BROS. * CO.,
1 Ifi nnd 118 B. 2d St.
Telephones— Mnln RO9.
WANTED — A MAN OF GOOD APPKAM-
since nnd nrtdrrss to soil stork; must
be experienced nnd n hustler; state in
first letter experience nnd whether
i-nmmlMlnn or salary Is wnnted. If
Mlnry, how much. Address BOX 11
_Hernld. _ _
WANTED— YOUNG MEN TO LEARN
show card writing. Only field nnt
overcrowded. We t»«ch by iiihll nnd
guarantee sucross. Complete course $10.
Knsy terms. Write for fre<« cntalogu?.
WESTERN DKSIONINO CO., 131 Mont-
gomery tit., Hn;i Francisco.
WANTKH— KXPK-RIENCKD MAN TO
sell corporation stock; this stock Is
absolutely first class nnd ran be sold
mi Its merits; cun be easily plnoed;
big opportunity for the right man.
Address BOX Hi, Ileraltt.
Want carpenter— wilt, give $3so
work; part ensh, part implied on IISSO
cottage. SIDDALL, 207 Copp Bldg.
So~YS~WANTEIWOOOD, LIVE™! lU'MI U'M< V
boys to carry papers. Apply CIRCULA-
?1? 1 9 N _ DtePT-. HERALD OFFICE.
LADIES— TO DO* PIECE WORK AT
home, we furnish all materials and pay
from $7 to $12 weekly. Send stamped
envelope tv Royal Co., 31 _. Monroe,
WANTED — KXPERIENCKD CROCK-
ery nnd glassware snlrsladles. Apply
II F. VOLLMER & CO., 513 South
Situations — Male
WANTED-A NIGHT POSITION BY A
trustworthy, relinblo man of Los An-
geles. Address Box ,".o,_l lerald.
To Sell Lots
In our beautiful new
M!N STREET VILLA TRACT.
810 LOTS— LITTLE PRICES,
THE M'CARTHY CO.
203 North Broadway.
Phono — Homo 5737.
:H: H H n 5 < _u_'J?:
WANTED— MONEY FOR COLONIZA^
tion proposition, sale. investment,
!arp-e profits: syndicate now being
organized. Kor purticulars call or
write W. If. TOWNSKND, '.'3(l-2^7
Herman AY. Ilellman building. Homo
$1200 8 NET, $1500 7 NET. 3 YEARS; IN-
come cottages. SIDDALL, 207 Copp
To Purchase — Re?l Estate
WANT— HOLLYWOOD OR FOOTHILL
for clear land or cottage. SIDDALL, 207
OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE
DO A RENTAL BUSINESS
IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
MINRS A KAKISH.
315 SOUTH HILL STREET.
WANTED - VACANT LOTS FROM
owners only. If you own any vacant
lots In West Adams Heights that you
want to sell send it to my office and
wo will sell it for you.
JAS. V. BALDWIN,
630-537-538 HERMAN W. HELLMAN
BLDG.. 4TH AND SPRING STS.
WANTED— DEALERS AND PAPER-
hangers to write for samDle books o£
burlaps, shades, wall- pnper, paints,
varnishes, etc. WALTER BROS., 627
S. Spring. • . •■ .
\vANT HORSE, WAGON OR PIANO AS
payment on cottage. SIDDALL, 207
Massage, electric, tub, vapor, Bt.am
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 225 % W,
First. Home 3809.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
tponge bath and massage, oil, alcohol
rubs. (U2 S. BROADWAY, room 10
THE 1 MITCHELL BATH PARLORS—
vapor tub baths and massage, alcohol
and oil rubs 21S N. MAIN ST., offico
li. Open Sundays.
BON TON BATH PARLORS— SWEDISH,
magnetic and scientific massage. Open
Sundays. Hours: 10 a. in. to 12 p. i.i.
First noor, 7(J-',_ S. BROADWAY.
MRS. LEAMINvi, 702 H. SPRING,
rooms 220-227; vapor and electric
baths mnss-gi;; halt (flow; nrBt»cla»a
I*2l SOUTH HILL— VAPOR AND TUB
baths, masbiige for colds, rheuma-
tism, nervousness. Oyen cvory day.
.ROM LONDON— MANICURE AND
muKHiige; 131 « s. South Brondway;
"Mollne," rooms 7 and »; .select pat-
NEWLY OPENED— ELITE BATH AND
massage parlors; New York graduates.
'■52 8. SPRiNG. (i 7 S. MAIN BT., rooms
M .NICURING AND BATH PARLORS,
formerly 2454 S. Spring, now located 703
S. Broadway, 3d floor. Open Sundays.
sTILPIiuME. VAPOR, EwECTRIC. TUB
baths, massage, chiropody. Formerly
ClM.o Spring. 7'jlVs S. BDVVY. Main 3133
ELKCTRIC INSTITUTE. 220 FRANKLIN
street, including baths, massage and
electric blanket sweats for rheumatism.
FROM LONDON. REMOVED FROM
3J-J S. Spring St. to 131 % South Broad-
wuy, rooms 7 and i. Select.
fll B BROWN MASSAGE PARLOR-
Kxperlfiiced operator. Rooms 7 and 11,
lilOVi 8. SPRING ST.
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE. MAGNETIC
mas-age. Room 10. 629 V. S. BROAD-
WAY. Assistant wanted.
BATHS AND SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE.
Hours 11 n. lit to 10 p. in. Telephone
VIBRATION INSTITUTE-VAPOR. OIL
ami Alcohol rubs, matt-age. 254 EAST
BATHS— 3O9 W. TEMPLE ST. ROOM
2. Phone Home fiO76.
PAIkNTS AND PATENT HIGH 13
TOUNaI^ND. L.ON, UACK-.-Y U
PATENTS OBTAINED IN ALL COUN-
tries, trademark, and copyrights regis-
tered; patent, uademark and couyilaht
• ulta In all courts ROOMS 604-7, Mar-
cbu'iiH Trust Company bulldluK. Tele-
phones, Home Slbl. Sunset Main 91-' J.
HAZARD & HAKPHAM. PATISNm
>'luu<:cj». tiPIUMO 4 »)_. ttogfc ttn%
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDA? MORNING, DECEMBER as. tgo*.
FOR RKNT-THIfl (I-ROOM MODERN
house; finely furnished; $40 p*r month.
LKAHY ft SON. 223 Mercantlft place.
WANri;r>-MY~~noARD for hent of
flat on K. Loa Angeles at. H. _. REEVE,
Mnln 70' »
TO LET — MODERN FLATS — WATEK
$13.50 — 5 room*, 221 N. Flßiieroa,
$10 — 3 room*. 204 N. Fremont
$12 — 3 rooms. 212 N. Fremont.
$12 — 3 rooms. 334 8. Flgueroa.
$16 — 3 rooms. 334 8. Flgueroa, fur-
$18 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, fur-
$18—3 rooms, tIS N. Fremont, fur-
WIESKNn'ANQER. 221 Lnughlln Rid.
«i ROOMS, FIR9T CLASS, NONE BET-
trr; ensh or exchange, SIDDALL, 207
Stores and Offices
* I'OH HUNT— i «
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* iir.vr i,tiu;i: stohk- *
* ItOOM IX I, OH ANtißL_9. *
IS KOMI TIIOV H A X n *
f nQ.VA II H VV.Ii T O V $
II I '1.0011 SPACK. ... f
r niß\i_n than axy- »
t TIIIX) IN I. OS A.\- st
ft (ii:i,i:s kuii mhimii «
* LOCATION *
|l AI'PIiY IX PRIMON TO »:
* Ml.lt Vl, l> UL'SINUSS Ol'l'H'i:. *
___*_ * * * * »«>s»»s»
TO LET— SEVERAL BEAUTIFULLY
decorated salerooms, each 33x75 feet;
well lighted, clean and airy; choice
centra, location. Freight nnd passenger
elevator service. Unusually good quar-
ters for wholesale millinery, tailor, jew-
eler or any light manufacturing busi-
ness. Anplv 245-347 SOUTH SPRING
FOR RENT-OFFICE SPACE ON
ground floor, with a new office desk for
LEAHY & SON,
i' 23 Mercantile Place,
herkPls "an "(Opportunity foh
you to take advnntuge of other men fe
nrnins, labor and capital. We hnvo
us great a money making proposition
as exists In this country — Just Ihr
kind that makes men millionaires,
but 1n order to enlarge business Im-
mediately we :ire willing to dispose
of a lew shares of treasury stock.
Business has been established IS
months and is now on a big paying
basts, but with Increased capital
profits can be made enormous. Our
proposition Is legitimate, and safe
and sure as bank stock. Have prac-
tical monopoly on product, manufac-
tured. Business is backed by busi-
ness men of high financial standing
uml absolutely cannot full. Success
has already been achieved. Only n
limited number of shares will be sold
and any one reading this advertise-
ment cannot afford to neglect this
opportunity. A small Investment will
make the investor rich. Remember
business is already on paying basis.
You take no chances whatever.
Whether you arc rich or poor, inves-
tigate! This costs you nothing nnd
if tho opportunity is taken advant-
tape of any amount you invest will
be doubled many, mnny times. For
information nddress BOX 249, Herald.
MILLINKRY AND DRY ifoODS —
HOOD LOCATION, LONG LEASE.
CLEAN NEW STOCK, DOING A
DAILY BUSINESS NOW OF $2f, AND
HAS BEEN KOR THE LAST EIGHT
MONTHS; RENT $25 I'KH MONTH;
STATED PRICE OR WILL INVEN-
TORY: WOULD EXCHANCH FOR
BEACH OR CITY PROPERTY. THIS
IS A GOOD PROPOSITION AND
WILL BEAR CLOSE INVESTIGA-
A. F. WEBSTER & CO..
MAIN 40110. :iOi MASON BLDG.
HOME E575 Cor. 4th und Broadway.
FOR SALE-A FINE STOCK OF GRO-
ceries, hardware, paints, etc.; this is
your opportunity to step Into a good
paying old established business on a
splendid corner; a chance like this is
not open every day; It Is a money-
maker and a bargain; don't miss it; let
us show it to you.
BENTHAM & FARNSWORTH,
527 Chamber of Commerce.
Just like banking — any order.h
for decorating or houso painting en-
trusted to our care will relieve you
of much anxiety. Try us. Work and
prices guaranteed. WALTER BROS.,
G27 S. Spring St.
FOR SAI«E— ONE OF THE NICEST,
cleanest restaurants in tho city. A
liquor license with this one. A bar-
Sa "bROWN & WOODS, 312 Fay bldg.
for" sale-good real estate
. business, centrally located, doing good
business. Reason for selling not lack of
prosperity. Call between U and S p. in.
;U 422 West Seventh SK
IF YOU WANT TO'dISPOsIkToF YOUR
grocery, restaurant, delicatessen or any
other business, list it with us; we will
gel you v t:tsh buyer. LEAHY & SON,
_3 Mercantile Plate.
HERE IS £ YOi'R CHANCK— A FINE
souvenir stand for ualo cheap. Owner
bits to leave city. Apply ut 060 S
FOR SALE-A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
Los Angel's College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure Addiess BOX 105,
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY, NEW WA-
gon, up-to-date in every wuy. Pays
$liw per month: must be sold, us owner
Is nick. Call 1019 DENVER STREET.
BUT ' BULLFROG iiUNDL- ASK YOUR
MONEY TO LOAN
kinds of good security in
sums to suit at current
JAMES B. THRELKELD.
201 FAY BLDG., _6 W. THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN K>3.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without tndorsers; easy payments,
positively loweat rates. Hours 10:80 to
t:3O COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT .CO.,
CI2B-629 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
ANY AMOtNT ON FURNITURE,
pianos, live stock, etc., without removal
or publicity; also on diamonds, machin-
ery, merchandise, etc ; tellable bualnesi
house COLYEAR FURNITURE CO..
3_ South Main St.; phones Main 1117.
MONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 319 & 3.0 Douglas bldg . will
li»n<l money on rlty or county real estate.
_ __■ FINANCIAL
LO AN Y N IiGOTI ATJSD ~
and promptness JAMES B. THR-L-
KKI.D, Notary, 201 Fay Bldg., 320
Went Third »t. Main »93. Home 8258.
MIN.NG AND ABBAVINQ
*" WA_iTpAl''ER r SALE OJ%JW "™
Don't mIM the opportunity before
tnking Inventory all short lota In our
retail department must be cleaned
out. Fetch the ulies of your rooms.
Compare these prices with other*.
Applique shades 36c, best paint 11.r.0
Ballon, best floor wax 45c hou«i
paints and enamels, pneknge, 10c up,
varnish stain, one-half pint, 20c pint,
3Sc liquid gold paint cup and bnnh
25c: florcne th« durable vnrnlsh for
tloor and llneoleum. nlnt ROc, quatt
f 1.00: our burlaps are heavier tlmn
others can be pasted, retlnted or re-
painted. 7(1 Inch natural 20c, 3d Inch
dyed 15e, 40 Inch dyed 20c. Try our
enamels — mnkc things shine like a
mirror. Best paint $1.50 gal.
WALTER BROS., 627 S. Spring »'..
WATCH E8 CLEANED BOc. MAIN
•prlngn 50c. Warranted. P.ny old gold,
11.00 pennyweight. 451 SOUTH MAIN.
kTstern ~frf;nch drf.ssmaker
will go out by tho day In families. Box
iIUY BULLFROG UUNDLU. ASK YOUil
mXrriaue laws, estates skt-
tled, collections made, conlldentlal and
quick, open every evening. Notary pub-
lic. U. HARDEST Y, rooms 1-2-3. li!s',i
S. Spring st.
MAKKIAU- AND~PROHATE LAWS A
specialty. No fee without success. E. P.
MOREY. 521 Stimson blk., cor. 3rd and
Spring. Phone 6718. Open evenings.
DIVORCE LAWS-ADVICE FREE; NO
fee without success: private. J. H.
SMITH. 122 W. Third St.. Room 108. 1
to 6 p. m.
W. W. lIOLCOMB, ATTORNEY. AD-
vice free. Domestic law specially.
211 W. FIRST.
public nnd open muss nuellnK tit Dr.
W. R. Price's studi nts or tbo new
psychology, their friends nnd nil per-
sons Inti rested In the Guerrero De-
velopment company nnd Its jiropos-
nls of tln;inelrtl emancipation, nt Bur-
hank hull Thursday evening:, Decem-
ber 21. Nt 7::>0 o'clock. Tbo history
of the r'.mipp.ny, Its extensive nnd
Valuable holdings In the, republic of
Mexico, anri Its scheme, will lie ills •
cus.-.ed nnd reviewed by Dr. W. R.
Price, president, und J. S. Cannon,
dr anT> mrs! carter succ ess-
fully treat all female diseases ami ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
sultation free.. Hours, i> n. in. to S p.
m.; Sundays, 10 to W a. ni. 204 MER-
CANTILE PLACE, over 543 S. Spring.
SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIES DLiR~
ing connnement; homes for children.
DR. C. E. SMITH, 727 Bellevue avo.
Tel. Mnln 2304.
DR. TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALIST
nnd oostetrlcs. BELASCO THEATER
LOST AND FOUND
LOST — ALLIGATOR HAND SATCHEL,
contaiiilnK " pair of gloves, pocket
book nnd dinmnnd locket chain; nil
valuable to owner, being iiu heir-
loom. A Aery liberal reward to Under.
Call 121 S. Spring st.
E. L. KORNFHLD.
LOST— A SKIT <\\SIT~\ r lTTf~'l\ ,1. It!
on end: finder please return ti> 3131
Flgueroa si., and receive reward.
LOST - DECEMBER 10 — A DAPI'LK
gray horse, weight about 1175. Bushy
mane. Kl.vler please call up WEST SH.
107 N. Spring st.— Painless extracting,
filling, crown and bridgo work, flexible
rubber plat3s. Pure gold fillings. 75c
up; all other fillings, 50c up; cleaning
teeth. 50c up; gold crowns and bridge
work, $2.50 up; sets teeth, $2.50 up. Also
open evenings and Sunday forenoons.
dr! wm. bachman, the well-
known Minneapolis dentist. petm<\-
nently located 20S-210 Johnson Bldg.,
4th and Bdwny. Home 6832, M. 6455
FRANK STEVENS. 324^ SO SPRINT,
H. SORRELL, 79X KAST 15TH ST., CON-
tracts to do all sorts of content nnd
sewer work. Will take contract or work
by tbo tiny. Phone SOUTH a74.r
STOCKHOLDERS' MB—TINO— THE AX-
nual meeting of the. stockholders of the
Los Angeles Brick company will be held
at tho office of the company, 301 Trust
building. In the City of Los Angules. Cali-
fornia. Wednesday, .fanutiry 10/fflOOfi, nt
2 o'clock p. in., for the ilectiou of direc-
tors iind the transaction of mich othnr
business uh may come before tho meeting.
W. F. BOTSFORD. President.
G. D. CADWALADER, Secretary.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
have sold to R. N. Lambcrth all of
my interest in the general contracting
business of the tlrm of R. N. Lamberth
& Co.. having offices nt 414 Union Trust
building, anil I urn not responsible for
any debts or contracts of said firm.
C. S. BARTON,
Deromber 20. lf)o.'.
WF ftRF THE DFSICNERS
Of pom» of the most beautiful and ar-
tistic homes in Soutnern California and
mir rapid growth is an indorsement
from tho public that our work Is satis-
factory ami our methods are practical.
We build on monthly Installments, same
ns rent, or for ensh. ("all and sco us
and let us show you our plans and quote
WESTERN BUILDING CO.,
403 Chamber of Commerce.
PhoiK-s-1'SOO; Main S6IO.
NEW 5-ROOM BUNOALOW.
:' ' 'iasofi ' ':
Hardwood floors; built-in buffet;
rasemwit windows; fln« mantels; n<
lect lighting fixtures; built-in seats;
lot 50x135 to alley — lino location,
234 Laughlln bldg.
Main 203. Home Ex. 263.
FOR 8 A LE-TWO BIG HARGAINS.
J2200 buys new modern B-room cottags,
completely furnished, 35th, neur Central.
$3100 buys modern 7-room homo on
West Jefferson, near Vermont. A BIU
" D. H. LINOLE _ CO.,
452^4 B. Broadway.
FOR BALE-Jl5O CA...1, 115 MONTHLY,
1558 East 26th. 4 rooms; new.
1559 Kast Jtith, 4 rooms, new.
1558 Kant 2Uth, 6 rooms; new.
IMU Eaut Adams, 0 rooms; new.
Agents allowed regular commission.
HIDDALL REALTY CO., 207 Copp I.Ms.
12000; $500 CASH; $20 PKR MONTH*
Here In a 5-room modern cottage, lo-
cated on 40th St., situated on a cor. lot,
4s',i by 14u; thin In a beautiful placa;
Del this quick. LEAHY & HON, _
$1700; $500 CASH, "BALANCE " HAH V j
thin 5-room modern cottage, located on
West 45th St., situated on a lot 40x135,
only 9 months old; be quick. LEAHY &
SON, 223 Mercantile place.
FOR SALE-SMALL UOMH ON BEAIT.
tiful Boyle Heights, near all klutU of
I.iiblubh.s, between two cur lines. Terms,
nurt time mid twit cash. PUON.U
WITHIN A SHORT DIHTANCK
OF FiaiJF.RMA AND TENTH
SPLENDIDLY LOCATKD. AT.T,
IN I'BRPKCT ORDER; LOT
50x125. FOR A PROMPT SALK
THIS T/»W PRICE WILT. Bli
Arc KPT ED WITH A SMALL
CASH PAYMRNT OF $500 ANP
MiINTIILY PAYMENTS LI KM
JONES A RYDF'.R LAND CO.,
21 S W, THIitI) HT.
1 OH HAM'—-
A fine six-room cottage nnd If Is
mnitcrn Hint strictly up In dato; 1«>-
iiitoil on n nice strert In the vicinity
of Thirtieth nnd Vermont avenue; re-
ception hatir living room und dining
room have cove ceilings; three nlrn
bedrooms; nil these rooms hnv« pol-
ished doors, klttlien nnd br»nkfnst
room, large pnss pantry or buffet
kitchen, hot water boiler nnd hontor.
Lot 46x18R to I'i-foot alley. Price
*,1100; Sl lOO noli.
NKKDIIAM & McORKGOR.
30.1- 1 Fay BWIg., cor. Third nnd Hill.
Members t,, A. Henlty Bonrd.
FIVK-ROOM COTTAGR, CLOSE
IN: VERY ATTRAOTIVKLY FIN-
ISHED AND ARRANGED, AND
HAVING ALL MODERN CON-
VENIENCES. THE NEARNESS
OF THIS PROPERTY TO THE
BUSINESS DISTRICT MAKES
IT KHPKCIAI.I.V VALUABLE;
PRICK $naK); EASY TERMS AR-
JUNKS & RYDF.R LAND CO.,
218 W. THIRD ST.
• jnno DOWN— S2O MONTH.
B-ROOM MODERN COTTAOB: GAS,
ELECTRICITY. LAWN. FENCE TO
1500 DOWN-MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
4-ROOM CMTTAOB ON CORNER
LOT, ALL FENCED. FOR $1350.
5-ROOM MODERN f'OTTAOR ON
CAlt LINE, CLOSE IN, FOR $2000
R. K. IBHETSON &■ CO.,
310 TRUST JUILDING,
SECOND AND SPRING STS.
FOR SALK— NEW 0-ROOM BUNOALOW
on lot 50x1011; this place, Just being fur-
nished: mnke your own selections for
Inside finish, wnll tints, mantel, electric
fixtures, etc.: fine front porch PkS feet
long; splendid location; half block from
R. G. DKVENS.
227 L.-uiKhlin Bldg., 316 S. Broudway.
FOR A FIVF.-ROOM COTTAGE
IS OUR FIGURE.
Anything else you want at the
sar ' proportion Let us hnve a chance
to figure on your home. We will fur-
nish your plans nnd make a house thnt
will suit you. We nre pleased to refer
to any one for whom we hnve bullded.
lor we leave them our friends. We can
furnish you the money if you wish.
Drop In and tnlk It over with us.
INGT.KHART BUILDING CO..
Home Phone 7666 713 S. Broadway.
FOR SALK— A SPECIAL BARGAIN IN A
modern home: a new S-rooni house,
built especially for n home and occupied
only I months, on W. 22tl St.; n client's
health imperatively demands a change
of location; near 2 car lines and the
Polytechnic high school; has polished
oak Moors, double fixtures, large win-
dows; rooms well ventilated, cement cel-
lar, and good size lot; this is a con-
veniently arranged sunny home and
can be seen any time. No. 1125 W. 2d
St. Price only $55H0. Sole agent, M. W.
ATWOOD, t!l2 Grant Bldg. Phones 1714.
This Is not 'he usual case of a bar-
gain with a flaw in It. To begin with,
this bungalow Is close In. West Twelfth
street near Westlake avenue. It Is on
tho hill nnd surroundod with beautiful
homes. It has five good rooms and a
pretty garden. It Is $500 under market
value. We nre sole agents.
"IT PAYS TO SKE US."
EDWARDS & WINTERS,
326 Laughlln Bldg.
Hl« POTTAGE HAKGAIIV.
tltino 1 HOOMS, MODKU.V, NI2W.
F'lno plumbing ami biith; easy terms.
On Los Aiiccles St., near c:ir shops.
Would tnke lot in part payment.
\V. K. TIIOHM-} A CO., OWM-IHS.
Home 1084. Room nil, 21S S. Broadway.
TOR SALE— HOUSES. HOUSES.
sumo — New, modern. B-room cot-
tage close in; fiUO cash. $18 monthly.
Wii-.i! — *230 cash, new, S. W.,
*ar«o — »230 cash, now, S. W.. 6
SiiMio — $500 cash, new, S. W., 6
O. ii. JONES, 117 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE-J2600; ABOUT $300 CASH;
new 5-room house, thoroughly modern;
combination fixtures: lot fenced; ce-
ment walks. This is on Austin street.
Take San Pedro street car. 638 Austin
street. See agent. WM. N. 11OHVAV,
211 Grant Bldg. Homo 1939.
$2350. $350 CASH. $15 PER MONTH.
This 5-room modern cottage on 43il St.,
near Maple avenue. It hns everything
to make a snug little home. It has to
bo seen to be appreciated ; price only
$l';:ju; *3.")0 down; $15 per month. Sea
LEAHY & SON, 223 Mercantile plnce.
TOH SA—E — PLEASANT 6 -ROOM COT-
lage on the, bill in Edendulo, for $1UO»
on '.'iisy terms; choicest ibiwers, fruit
trees and berries. WISLER. MOORE
& CO.. 333 South Hill St.
THIS 6-ROOM MODERN COTTAOK, L<>-
eated at 028 West UKth; situated on a lot
CixliiOi price for this week only $2iS»>.
Sou this quirk. LEAMY & SON. 2:3
COTTAOK EQUITIES $1000. $2000, $.1000;
want land Or lots. SIDDALL, 207 Copp
NEW roTTAOITif" $1500 TO $3000;
agents commission. SIDDALL. 207 Copp
UOL'SK AND LOT FOR SALE, 723
Stewart street, one-half block south of
He veil th, II yo blocks west of Flguoron.
City Lots and Lands
$525 WILL BUY A NICI3 LAHGB
LEVEL LOT ON BKDLONG AYE., 65
XIOK FEET TO A 12-FT. ALLEY, IM-
PROVED WITH CEMENT WALK
AND CURB, GRADED AND OILED
HTRF.ET AND WATER PIPED TO
REAR OF LOT; ONE BLOCK FROM 2
ELECTRIC! LINES; OLIVI3 TREES
BETWEEN CURB AND WALKS,
AND BEARING FHUIT TREES ON
THK LOT. AN IDEAL HOME SITE;
TERMS IF DESIRED.
HUGHES & PECKHAM,
1105-6-7 UNION TRUST BLDG. •
HOME 6373. MAIN 3231.
FOR SALE— " "
KS23 *-125 *323
LARGE LEVEL LOT, SIZE 50x185
TO A 12-FOOT ALLEY: IMPROVED
WITH 4-FOOT CEMENT SIDEWALK,
CURII, GRADED AND OILED
STREET: WATER PIPKD TO THE
RHAIt OF LOT IN LAROE MAIN;
COVKRED WITH FRUIT TREES.
LOCATKD ON TWO KLECTRIC
LINKS IN TUB OKOWINO SOUTH-
WEST. TERMS RKASONABLK.
HUGHES & PECKIIAM,
1105-6-7 UNION TRUST BLDO.
HOME r-373. MAIN 8221.
Kor Sale. Snap.
4 choice building lots, close in, at
Walts. $150 each: located in 2 blocks
cur line, on the Lob Angeles and Long
Beach boulevard; adjoining lots are
worth $25u; price good. for 5 duys. Act
" U 'll." A. BURTON REALTY CO..
410-4U LatiKhliu liltiK.
Uuuv. 7l_; __U till.
Win i i __■ i- Li i i k ■ ________Tm___________ll
FOR B ALE
City Lota ana Lands
!. N. VAN NUTS TRACT
I. N. VAN NTJVS TRACT
Ot;T BEYOND WESTLAKK
.TfST THK TRACT'
AND TMK ONLY ONH IN
WHERB YOU CAN MUILI)
313 BOUTIIjmJ. STREET.,
Thi tracts that are mire to treble In
value Inside of one year; hundreds of
honors being erected; b«Bt soil, iiureat
water, host cnr service and nearest In
property fnt the money In Greater Los
Angeles. W« can sell choice lots at »»50
and up on easy Installments. What
we have done for hundreds of
others we will do for you. Before
buying take Bast 12th street and Hoo-
per itvemie cars south on Spring street
to 48th and Ascot five or 51st and Aocot
aye. Agents thorn nt all times. Office
open Hnndnys Headquarters for V«r-
nnn real estate For maps and full In-
GRIDER & MILTON
525 W. SECOND ST.
A fine tract of 121 lots In notithwnst
Hollywood 'They nre going fast— :it $."O0
to $750— Prices will positively bo ad-
vanced as soon us the cement work is
nl! done Oot In on tho ground floor.
Sec us at once.
ROSS i LINDSEY
ntl H. W. Hpllmnn Rldg.
Photics-Home 7UiK, Main 4821
FOR BALE! — ACKEAdE FOR SUBDIVI-
Twenty iioros for subdivision. The
finest picco of lnnd adjoining tho city
limits, just south of Sliiuson avenu*
nnd on the proposed Jloneta cnr line,
nt a bargain. This piece fronts on
mm or tho principal streets and cuts
up to splendid advantage, Has pump-
liiK plant nnd other improvements all
ready to subdivide and ready for th«
inurkct. All tho adlninlnpr lands held
at from $1200 to $l<;00 per aero. This
is a bargain nnd can bo had tit tbt3
prleo only during this week. Adjoin-
ing lnnds all subdivided and will be
placed on tho market in tho next tew
J. A. MORLAN & CO.,
202-203 Fay building.
FOR SAM-: — NO MISREPKESENTA-
IIon — Bargain lots.
S3T.o— Palm avo.. Sunnysldo Park. .. .60x194
$400— State, near Brooklyn.
$150— One block from West Adams.. POxliO
$(100 — On Vine street 60x155
$xoo— 2oo feet west of Flgueron 40x120
JS,3O_4 biks. from Westlake, E. frt.. 50x150
$1000— Near Western avenue 50x130
$1350— Oxford aye., near l«h street. soxlso
Jlsso— Kensington rd. Angeleno Hts. soxl7o
$3i¥io— Thompson nnd 23d streets.... soxlso
J23ofi— lturlington avenue.
$5000—14 lots on Kigueroa street 50x207
$10,000— N. K. corner Vermont and
Sun Marino 135x200
FINI..EY & lI. LO,
Ground Floor, 341 S. Hill St.
FOR SALE— BUY IN THE WESTERN
avenue section between Wllshlre boula-
vard and Hollywood; destined to be the
choicest residence section of the city;
new at the very beginning of develop-
ment; the same chances as were offered
in the Westlake district a few years
ago. We can sell you large, level lota
60-ft. front, on Improved streets at prices
from S-ITiO up. Terms In some cases as
low as $50 down, bajanco monthly. Take
Colegrova car to Western avenue, to our
branch office and Investigate fully.
CHARLES S. MANN.
325 West Fourth St
Branch office — Western Avenue and
Colegrove car line.
Acreage for f2OO, close to two cnr
lines, just a llttln outsldu tho city
limits, in the southwest, flno soil,
level lnn'J nnd lots of water. You
can enjoy the luxuries of a country
home close to the city on a 5-ncrc
piece on very eaHy terms. This in
positively tho best thins over put
on tho market. Uetter sto about this
TIIM URKATKIt I. OS AMiKI.I'IS
433 Huntington building.
Flno hiffh lot near llrooklyn aye. nnd
T)iidt;o St.; walking dtstunco anil only
■1 flno lotH. Hollywuuil way. for $1**0 ;
SKO bolow value.
S-l'uom oottHBC. 1 toy In Helpfht.s. $1250
R. H. SAUNDBRB.
Room 4flT>, Chamber of Comm«rc6 Hide.
Lois only $300. $25 down, $10 monthly.
Hig profit tn early buyers. Hiinttnßton
owns iioroiiKo closa by. New ear line
snon. Buy boforu advance. Brooklyn aye,
car tak«»s you out. 12 minutes.
W. «. II.VYMT.'ND COMPANY.
511. Uermuln Duildlng,
Homo 4401. Main 1577.
VERMONT AVENUE SQUARE
VERMONT AVENUE SQUARE
Best subdivision in thu great and grow-
ing southweßt. At tho corner of Ver-
mont and Vernon avenues. Hlßh-cIHGS
Improvement. Park In center of tract.
Lota from JGSO up. Eusy terms.
CIIAS. McKENZIE CO..
409 H. W. Hellman Bldff.
Home siH>2. Main 6561.
FOR BALK— S6SO EACH:
Two lots 50x136.
With street, near Western live.
And two lots on
29th, near Clmarron;
W. H. OHBAR,
408-9-10 Johnsou HUIk.
I'OH SALIC— "UUY IN THE HILLS!!"
Lots $500 to SlOOO on installments;
picturesque and lnalllil'iil lociitiuii in
the hlllH out lllh'liluinl Park way;
near cur line; flno air, beautiful
views; Rood buildinK restrlctloiiM.
1,. M. I'HA'IT, tiOS LuiiKhliu Bide.,
L. A. Tt. ».
FOH SALK— SEVERAL FINK LOTS IN
Holiywood, Park Place, for khlo at a
very ronsoiuible price with easy
terma. WISLEH, MOOR 13 4i CO.. Sia
Houth Hill Bt.
FOR~iALK-LAROI3 CORNER. IWxHS.
on Lake Shore and Palo Alia street*,
one block north of Temple. $4250.
THOMAS J. HAMPTON.
119 B. llroadway. L. A. R. P.
fIERK 18 A (IENUINW HARD A IN, LOT
locatoil on West 39th »t.. 40x138; v r |i- 0
only $»00. t»*> <unh. LIiAHY &. BON, S3
UttrciliuWp liVrv- '
FOR B ALE
F. H. ROBINSON S CO.
Walnuts! Walnuts? Walnuts!
Walnut orehnrds netting $100 per
ncre; fine thrifty trees; no blight;
nbnndanro of water absolutely free.
Come and sen thin; a rnre opportun-
ity, for a short timn, only $500.
Wo arc agents for
lands; eomo nnd buy a home; abunrt-
nnce of water; two car lines. Only
$200 to $12. r > per ncre.
If you wnnt a nice home In the city,
largo or small, come nnd see tt».
F. 11. ROBINSON & CO..
826-7 Copp Bldg.
FOR SALE— ACRKAOB FOR BUBDIVI- 4
Twenty nrren for subdivision. Thn
finest piece of land niljnlnlng the city
limits, just smith of Slauson nvrnun
nnd on the proposed Moneta car Una.
Nt a bnrgnln. This piece fronts oti
ono of the principal streets and cuts
up to splendid advantage. Has pump*
ing plant nnd othor Improvements nil
rendy to subdlvldo nnd ready for tho
market. All thn ml.iolnlng lands held
nt from $1200 to $1600 per acre. Thin
In a bnrgnln nnd rim be had at this
price only during this week. Adjoin-
ing lands nil subdivided and will bft
pinned on the market In the next few
J. A. MORLAN ft CO.,
202-203 Fny building.
ACREAGE F©R SUBDIVISION
South Pnsndena 16 ncrcs of ns pretty
ground ns you ever saw, within sight of
Hotel Rnymond, perfectly level, ona
block from car lino, abundance of water,
$1250 per acre. Nothing around there
less than *Ifioo. This Is a big bargain
and n money maker for somo ono, Act
A. F. WEBSTER & CO.
302 Mason Bldg., corner Fourth
and Broadway. •.':••
Home C 575; Main 4090. ■•:. ,; ;
THREE MILES FROM CITY LIMITS,
highly improved, $5300; one-half cash
balance terms to suit. Sco us Monday,
So. Cal. Real Estate-
004 Pacific electric building,
2100 — Both Phonos — 2100.
ALFALFA AND FRUIT LAND YOU
sale, with abundance of water; title
perfect; at price 3 from $8 to $25 per acre;
situated on the fast side of Antelopo
valley, Los AnKelo scounty, California.
Call or write. 703 FAY BLDG., corner of
Third and Hill, Los Angeles, California.
FOR SALE — AT ALTADENA. FINK
largo villa lots, J 12x285, one block
from ear: near linndsomc homes: ele-
gant view. Price $1120 each. 1,. M.
PRATT, «0S Ijaughlin Bldg. "Au-
thority on Altadena." ' '':^-;.
FOR SALE— ALL KINDS OF STOCK
ranches, large and small, with or
COOPER & CUDDEBACK,
Room 237. 218 South Broadway.
WE HAVE FOR SALE 500 ACRES IN
Lucky Baldwin's ranch, icar Monrovia
car line; price $300 per aero. See us.
ENGLISH. DARNEY & CO.. 123 South
City Lota and Land. .
Two snaps on Western avenue, be-
tween 29th und 30th; these are so fa'
below tho market value that we
would rather not quoto tho price. You .
will not waste your time if you look
these up "It pays to sco us."
EDWARDS & -WINTERS, Sole Agents. ,
3 2 0 - 32fi L-aiiKhlln l>"i 1 ding.
FOR SALE— ACREAGE FOR SUBDIVI-
Twenty acres for subdivision. Tho
finest piece of hind, adjoining tho city
limits, just south of Slausou nvcnuu
and on the proposed Moneta car Unfc,
at a bargain. This piece fronts on .
one o" the principal streets and cuts
up to splendid advantage. Has pump-
ing plant und other improvements all
ready to subdivide nnd ready for tho
market. All the adjoining lands helil
at from $1200 to $1000 per acre. This
is a bargain and can.be had at this 5
price only during this week. Adjoinr
ing Innds all subdivided and will l>o "
placed on tho market In tho nuxt few-
J. A. MORLAN & CO.,
202-203 Fay building.
WE JUTE GOOD LAND WITH
abundan.-e of v. ater adapted to alfalfa- '
and fruit on the east side of Antelopo
valley. Los Angeles covnty, California,
for sale on easy terms; title perfect; at
prices from $8 to $25 per aero. Call or
write 703 FAY BUILDING, corner of
Third and Hill streets, Los Angeles.
For property in this pretty Pasa-
dena foothill suburb, see 1,. M.
PHATT, 608 Laughltn Bldg. "Au-
thority on Altadena." -.
FOR SALE— ALFALFA AND FRUIT
land on tho east side of Antelope val-
ley, Los Angeles county, California;
good soil, abuncance of water: tltlo
perfect, at prices from $S to $25 per
acre. Call or write 703 FAY BLDG..
corner 3d and Hill, Los Angeles, Cal.
FOR SALE— ALL~KINDS OF STOCK
ranches, largo and small, with or
COOPER & CUDDEBACK.
Room 237. 218 South Broadway.
CLEAR IiAND. $500 to $5000, 13 X-
chango for rotcagn or equity. SID-
IMLL, 207 Copp Bldg. . -
Business Property .
FOR SALE — THE BEST CORNER ON
between the Arcade depot and Main
street. If you are looking for some-
thing In this locality It will pay you
to call in and consult mo.
Will lj STANTON.
Phono 6921. 301 Mason Bids.
we sell the earth.
Firßl class business; $70,000 sales last
year; estimated to reach $SO,QOO this
year; 25 per cent nrolit.
BABSKTT & SMITH, L. A. R. 8..
202V4 So. Bi'oadway, Rooms 207-8.
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASK YOUR
FOR SALE— ALL LINES OF FURNI-
turn ami household goods at rock bot-
tom. Chairs, BOu; rockers, $1.25; box
couched, $2.60; extension tables, $5; 4-
plece dinner set, $3.75: set knives unit'
forks. 75c; buffets, $0.75: dreßsers, $5 75;
2-burner gas plate, $2.25: ovens, $1.40;
coal and wood stove, $8.50; blacking
case, $1.50; medicine cabinets. $3.00;
stands, i1.r.0; $1.50 cotton top mitt trews.
$2.00. OVEHKLL'B. USMB4 So. Main St.
FOR SALE— A~~NEW~6fFICE DISSK
cheap; have no use for It.
LEAHY & SON.
223 Mercantile Place.
Hotels ?no Lodging Houses
FOR SALE— UNDER FORCLOSUHH-
Koomlng housu of 22 rooms will bt»
turned over for cost.
THOMAS J. HAMPTON,
119 ajUroudway^ L. A. It. B.
C M. PRATT. LAUC.IILIN HLUthl
"JiuiukiuarU'i-8 for wruntw srovee." . « < ■
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