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THE WEATHER yTmalTher. iHum.lWlfidl V«lo.l Wther. * P-W. .W.J 2f> 1 , WW I 13 I Clear. Maximum TfipfrattireTSl. Mlfilffitim.ttmpfrftttir*. M. Peek * CUM* Co., tuidsrtmt" ana >mb*lm«rt: tadr assistants. 43a S. Hill. Tfl. Muln W. Brcscc Bros. Co., Undertakers . n*mov«d t<» Itt a Flmi«fO* «t. Mdy attendant. Private Ambulance. Telephones! Main US. Home 62647. ORR 4 HINES CO.. funeral Directors llnTf «ov»d tn fhrtw net* hmliHnai on th» X. I!, or. 10th and Flower. ' Wathphnw^" *S» , *'*** A»«l»«mit» DIED AM/EN-M Irßifiwood. June 1«. Benja- min F., Wioved husband of Cora, «nd brother of Knto. Annie, Jamen F. Allen, Wltllntn J. Gardiner and Adeline Cord. n native of California, Aged 88 yenro. Funeral from the parlors of Robert Bharp ft Bon, SiO South Main street, Tuesday, at 2 p. m. TURNER— Wymnn. ftt Bit Mary stroM, a native of Malnfl. Funeral from houne. Sunday, June 17, ftt 3 p. m. and ■ ' services at TBvorgreon cemetery. Frlfinds tnvltncl. w , Augusta and Bangor, Maine, papers pleann ropy. CHURCH NOTICES ST. PAUL'S PRO-CATHEDRAL.. 823 Bouth Olive street (near all the lending hotels), tha Rev. J. J. Wilklns, D. IX, dean and rector. Services will be held, while tho church building Is closed for repairs, in tho aulld hall, as follows: Holy communion, 7:30; Sunday school. 9:30; morning prayer and eerman. 11:00 a. m.; Young People's meeting, 6:4j p. m.; evening prayer and sermon, 7:45 p. m. The rector will preach. Subjects, morning, "Co-laborers With God" : even- Ing, third sermon for the young, "Read- Ing." Seats for all, a welcomo for all, a comfortable place of worship lor all. Comet CHRIST CHURCH. CORNER 12T1I AND Flower— Rev. Baker P. I^ee, rector; Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; early celebration holy com- munion on third Sunday and Saints Day at 7:30 a. m. Strangers espe- cially Invited. University cars pass the door. Those desiring telephon? connection for "Shut-Ins" telephone 7912. Church physician at the church every morning from 8:30 lo 9:30. Services and medicine free to all. :' Church open daily for private prayer • from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m. PENIEL HALL, 227 SOUTH MAIN street — A noonday prayer meeting Is held each week day, 12 to 1 o'clock. "Gospel meeting" every night at 7:60 p. m. Sunday services as follows: 9 a. ■ m., men's prayer meeting; 9:45. Sab- bath school and Bible class; 11 ■'• o'clock, preaching; 3 p. m., holiness meeting: 'evangelistic service at night. Rev. T. P. Ferguson, Mrs. M. P. Ferguson and G. B. Studd super- intendents of the mission. SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST BClEN- 'fist— Simpson auditorium, 734 South Hope street. Services Sunday 11:00 a. m. and (p.m.: pennon from the Chris- tian Science Quarterly. Subject, "God." Children's Sunday school 9:30 a. m. AVert- nesday evening: meeting at S o'clock. Reading rooms, 510-511 Herman "W*. Hell- man Bldg., Spring and Fourth streets, open dally, Sundays excepted, from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 514 W. Adams, near Figueroa street. Rev. Lewis O. Morris, rector; Sunday ser- vices, 7:30 a. m.. 11 a. m., 6 p. m. This is a FREE church and all ara cordially invited. Take the Grand r.venue car to Adams street and walk one block west. Take the University car to Chester place, walk through Chester place and one block east on Adams street. BT. PAUL'S PRO-CATHEDRAL. 523 S. ' Olive street (near all the leading hotels), I the Rev. J. J. Wilklns, D.D., dean and rector. Services, Trinity Sunday. 7:30, 9:30 and 11:00 a. m.; 7:45 p. m. Young people's meeting, 6:45 p. m. Dr. Wilklns will preach. Common prayer, com- mon praise, gospel preaching, a gos- pel welcome. The rich and the poor meet together. Come. AT THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRIS- . . tlan association. Dr. Stephen Northrop, pastor of the First Baptist church, will Fpeak at the vesper service for -women, Sunday, June 17, at 4 o'clock. There will bo a special musical program by Miss Charlotte Plnkham, soprano, and Miss Juliet Hogan, contralto. The rooms will be open Sundays until July 1 from 2:30 to 6 o'clock. MID-WEEK MEETING OF THE LOS Angeles Fellowship, Wednesday even- ing, June 20, at 8 o'clock at Symphony hall, 232 South Hill street. Mr. George Wharton James will speak on "The Poetry and History of Indian Basket Weaving." Doors open at 7:30 p. m. All seats free and the public is cordially invited. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Hope, near Ninth. Rev. Wm. Horace Day, pastor: Rev. W. F. Day, D. D., pastor pmprltua. Spats free. PPECIAL NOTICES J%J^" 'wall paper] "~™~ ~" Now Is your chance! Several carloads ot paper for San I'ranclsco were shipped to us by factories arrangement. Thesa new goods wll; be sold at great reduc- tion in order ' to turn them quickly . Into money, 76-1 n. (not 72) natural bur- ' lap, 25c; dyed, 60c; 40-in., 20c; 36-in., 15c; heavier quality than elsewhere. Bedt paint, $1.50; shingle stain, 75c; opaque shades, 35c. Best enamels and varnished. Work reasonable. WALTER BROS.. CT B. Spring. G. MOTKOM, Contractor and • ■',:.,■ ' - Stump Puller. Satisfactory work at low prices. University Station. R. R. 4., Los An- geles, California. CLEAN WATCH 50c; MAINSPRING Me"; warranted: old gold tl nwt. 4M S. MAIN. PHYSICIANS £hT~"anT5 mrs!~carte"r success^ fully treat all female diseases and Ir- regularities; 20 years' experience; con- sultation free. Hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 12 a. in. 204 MKR- CANTILE PLACE. overJ43 B. jprlng. SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIES DUR. ing confinement; homes found for . children. DR. C. i.. SMITH. 727 Bun- net boulevard. Tel. Main 2364. DR. TAYLOR— FEMALK SPECIALIST and obstetrics. BELABCO THEATER. Main st PIANOS FOR BALE-A NEW UPRIGHT $500 | ■ piano for 1300. Address BOX 70, Herald. PIANOS SOLD ON EAST FAYMENTS- Planos rented at low rates. A. O GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd.. UJ Winston at. Tel. Black 2221: Homa , n * ■ i^7"3gBN EyA- AT - L AW I MAuSiAUiJ xANI3x ANl3 VItOBATK "laWb'a . jpeclalty. No fee without success. E. P. MOftKY. in Stlmnon blk.. cor. Id and Spring. Phona 8718. Open evening*. IiIVORCH LAWB-AIJvicB~FREE, r% NO fee without success; private J II BMITH, 122 W. Third & . Room 1041.1 to 6 p. m IBtJSIN!E88 PERBON ALB I'EATHEK PILLOWsHRKNOV'ATfEirXf ACMB FEATHER WORKS. 768 1 Ban Pedro «t. Tel. Sunset Main liett; ;. Horn* 8041. ■ TRUSSES. ELECTRIC HOSIKHY. MEijl r . leal batteries, eta. Matthay. «» & Spring. ' PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS liRbT^PARKBR. REUAiJLB " PALMIUT Md clairvoyant. Hi U. Bprln*; reom L BffimilMllMlilMiaMh'tmillK—lHiinUJllilU!". n fh*.f ii«iftlhj>iiiiiii _ WANTED Help— Mala IIUMMRT. PROS. A CO., — TCMPLOYMENT AORNTft— A utrletljr flrßt-clM"> reliable Agency. All kinds of h*ln promptly furnished. Tour order* solicited. IK-US Knaf Reoond ttr««t. Between Main end Lot Anffel*s «t». Lftrireflt nnrl b«st equipped on°lc«* "on the Pnftflo count. HUMMKIi BROS A CO.. lis nnd lIS M. M St. Telephone* — Main 60*. Home 60». _ MRN TO t^EATtN TtATinER TRADR. Situation* Kimr,inte«.l. Moler Sys- Urn College, 118 W. ID. ■ WANTED— A HOT TO I.KARN PRINT- Ing trado. 1,. KOCH, 813 B. Spring St. WANTED— CJOOD WHIP LARM P.RAID- r (tb. M. TomN, 7is La mar St.._r»y. Help— Female W.vNTEn— STiRBVH inONRRB. LA- flles' clothos Irrtnern anil mangla Rlris. L. A. LAUNDRY CO.. fat s«njrprnarido. Money 1 AM PL.ACINO OTHER PEOPLE'S money out at Interest safely and profit* ably. I can place yours, too. No ix« pense to lender. No worry; 18 yenrV ex- perience in California titles, inchest referencps. JAMKB B. THRELKELT), Notary Public. 201 Pay Birta., 32ft Went Third Street Phones Main 393. Homo R2EI WANT MONEY TO LOAN ON HI(VH class securities, monthly Interest paid. KKRNER BROS., 201 Frost building. I'hono Home 1)022. To Rent WANTED — ALL OWNERS —OF RENTAL PROPERTY—— —TO KNOW THAT WB— —DO A RENTAL TUTSINESS DON'T WORRY —IF YOU WANT A TENANT— - — LIST YOUR PROPERTY— WITH US MINRS * PARtftlf. 818 SOUTH HILL STREET. I WILL LEASE ANY GOOD LO9 AN- geles unimproved property for a term of years. W. H. OBEAR. 408-9-10 Johnson bldg. To Purchase — Real Estate WE CAIV SKI,li IT. "NO COMMISSION" THE «n.\Y KEAI, KSTATB CO. Home 6718. 821 Sltnmow Illitg. Mlscellaneoua WANTEp TO BUY— FURNITURE AND household goods. If you ara going to •ell we will pay you onft-thlrd more than others. Phono us. Main 1117. Home 2154. COLYEAR KURNITURH CO., 32g S Main St. ■ WANTED— DEALERS AND PAPER hangers to write for samples of bur- laps; cxcluslvo wall papers for the coast; paints, varnishes, moldings WALTKR BROS.. 627 a. Spring. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN- Large Amounts— Small Amounts. On Stocks, Notes, Mortgages. On any good security. Commercial paper discounted. Telephone— Main 1SS0: ITome 2398. JOHN B. BUSHNEL.L & CO.. , 308 Bradbury Bldg. I HAVE MONEY TO~LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF j GOOD SECURITY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CURRENT RATES. JAMES B. THRELKELD, ZOI FAY BLDG., 826 W. THIRD ST. HOME 8253 NOTARY PUBLIC CONVEYANCER. CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO salaried persons on note, without se- curity, without employer's knowledge and without indoraers; easy payments, positively lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to 1:80. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO., (28-629 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. DON'T BORROW TROUBLE. BORROW money; salaried men and women accom- modated on their notes without mort- gnge or lndorser; confidential. CHUR' RY. 211 O. T. Johnson Bldg., cor. 4th and Broadway. I~HAVB $20,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER cent for a long term of years In amounts to suit on close-in Los Anceles property. FRED L. SEXTON. 608 Mason Bldg., 4th and Broadway. MONEY TO LOAnTaT LOW INTERF.ST on pianos, diamonds, automobiles, fur- niture, real estate; no publicity. Office 1. 348% SOUTH HILL ST. 9:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. MONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS S. WADS- WORTH. 319 & 820 Douglas bldg., will lend money on city or county real estate. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. Bldpr. loans our specialty. TRUE ft CLKVKLAND. 607 H. W. Hellman bfl. MONEY TO LOAN, 7 PER CENT.. ON Inside property, In sums to suit L H. PRESTON, 608 Laughlln bldg. I MAKE STRAIGHT BUILDING LOANS W. H. OBEAR, 408-409-410 Johnson nirig. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ABSOLUTELY THE~BKST^STOck^IN the world today, cost and value consid- ered, is that of THE GREAT WEST- ERN OIL REFINING AND PIPE LINE COMPANY OF ERIE, KANSAS. They have an Immense plant,, all paid for. a large bank account, owe no bills and are making over $I'ooo per day. Kor particulars address W. A. VAN- DERCOOK, city, or phone Home 6584. DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A HEAP OF money with a 25c investment? If so send at once poßtcard with your ad- dress to MR. GUYOT-OENTIS 39 ru» dv Faubourg, St. Martin. Parib, France. • I JUST LIKE BANKING— ANY ORDERS for decorating or house painting en- trusted to our care will relieve you of much anxiety. Try us. Work and prices guaranteed. Pure oil and lead. WAL- _TER BROS.. 627 S. Sprinff st , FOR SALK-RKSTAU RANT AT A SAC^ rlflre; going cant on account of sickness. Addi-pss HOX IK, H>-rald, j[? A y. s _ FE _ R and . .^t? rage COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO.. 415-417-419 San Pedro St. Main office 324 South Main. Phones Main 1117, Home 2134. New and absolutely fire proof storage; prlvata locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos, line furniture, etc Trunks, boxes, etc., stored. 25c to 50a per month. We solicit your patronage. DENTISTS 6CiUKi<'J»'MAN DENTAL, CO., 107 N. Berlins St.— Painless extracting, tilling, crown and bridge work, flexible rubber plates. Pure Kold fillings, 750 up; all other fillings, XOo up; cleaning teenth, (Oo up; gold crowns and bridge work. $6.00 up; cets teeth, $5.00 up. Also open evenings and Sunday fore- noons. FRANK STEVENS. 824H SO BPRINQ. PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTB KAT^^'li^T^U^Nlslil^ldY^cTrENTs with copies ot all correspondence had in their cases (except foreign); I also fur- nlah free of charge complete copies of drawings and specification; retain this •for futurj reference. JAMES R. TOWN- BEND. Bradbury Ulock. Phones $47. HAZARD &, HARPHAM, PIONEER Agcy. Citizens Nat. ilk. bldg. Uook free. FINANCIAL LOANS NEGOTIATED WITH CAttU and promptnes* JAMES B. TitItKL- KKLD, Notary, 101 Fay Bldg.. $3« Wt,.t Tb>»l •> Uda llUlOMlltl. LOS ANGELES HERALD j MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 190 U. - *__ ron bent Plat* FOR |14 MONTHLY TOtT CAN RENT fnrnl«h*d eompletn % nice minny out- KtdA rooms; electricity; RM rnng>s hot wnt*r. r>hon<i; clns(» in; at 1020 WEST COT/rON HT.. 100J nnd 1011 EAftf NINTH AT.. 102S Also 1133 and 1141 W. FIRST ST. MODERN FLATS— WATRn mtsß— JtO — S Moms, 204 N. F*r»monl. 10 — 8 rooms. 834 S. Plßtterflit, IS.B0 — s rooms, 221 N. Flgniroa. 12 — S rooms, 212 N. Fremont., " 1« — * room*. 1011 B. 9thi furnished. *14 — S foomn. 204 N. Fremont; fuf. f 14— X room*, l\% N. Fremont! fur. 14— s room*, 1184 H. FliriitrAs.; fur. 1* — 5 room*, 1019U Diamond. 14—2 room*. 1141 W, Flmt. 17 — 9 room*. 1 1 A A W. First; fur. 1 '?—5? — 5 rooms, 222 N. Frrtnnnts fur. $20 — 6 rooms, 328,4 B. Figueroa. TO LKT STORES— J7K — 709 W. H*v»nth street. 20—1017 W. First st. Ann rn«m«. (20 — 1028 W. First St. and rooms., IS— 10» So. liMUdry. $26—1011 R. Ninth Kt. T. WIKBENDANOER. 812 M<>rchAnts Trust Wdg. FOR RENT-TWO FLATB ON TWEN- ty-flrst and ( cntrnl avonue; flva rortm«. $17.50; six rooms, $20. Ptorn below, 122.60. TWOS, .t HAMPTON, ID South Brow rtwa y. , Flats— Furnished FOR *12 YOU CAN KKNT NF.W FURN- lsii-.ri 8 rooms, gns range, tmlh, phon«. IMS i<nd 1141 West First street; healthy, i.lgh»ly lorwtlnn, on car line. • Houses — Furnished FOR RENT-fi-ROOM lIOUBR, POM- plftrly furnished, $10.00. 1341 VALENCIA BTRriKT. Rooms — Furnished FOR $12 YOU CAN RENT NKW FURN- Ishoii 3 rooms, gas range, bath, phone. 11S3 nnc! 1141 West First street; healthy, sightly location, on r»r Una. SANITARIUMS MRS. M. HERBERT, SANITARIUM— Massage, electric, tub, vapor, steam baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp treatment, facial massage. 225 ft W. First. Home 3509, BATHS AND MASSAGE t!i^'br^own™rlXssaoe~parlors. Tub, vapor and medicated baths, electric and magnetic massage. Have You Tried Them? Rooms 6 and 7. 60114 S. Spring. PALATIAL BATHS — EASTERN trained operators. Formerly 127% N. Broadway; now at 126H N. SPRING ST. Hourß 10 to 12 p. m. Phone Main 4855. NEW YORK BATH PARLORB-VAPOR nnd tub baths, magnetic treatments pkillfuly given by experienced operator; rheumatics a specialty. 315 NEW UIOH BT.. suite 102. JUST OPENED — VAPOR BATHS — Electro Vibratory Massage is a sure cure for nervousness. Insomnia and gen- eral debility. Try It. Parlors 450V4 SO. BROADWAY. TOU ARE NOT HURRIED WHEN YOU go to 125 TEMPLK STREET for bath and massage. No ni^ns In window. Best of patronage solicited. VAPOR, TUB BATHS AND MASSAGE. Operator Just arrived from the east. Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Room S, 127 SOUTH BROADWAY: THE MITCHELL BATH PARLORS— Vapor tub baths and massage, alcohol and oil rubs. 218 N. MAIN ST., Room 11. Open Sundays. SCIENTIFIC AND MAGNETIC MAS- sage, electric blanket. Formerly ot 629% S. Broadway; now at 612 S. BROADWAY, room 10. THE PALATIAL BATH PARLORS — For a good bath and massage. The best masseur In tho city. 127^4 N. BROADWAY. FROM LONDON — MANICURE ANl> massage, 115'^ S. BROADWAY, par- lors 38 and 39, second floor. Select patronage. BULPHUME. VAPOR. ELECTRIC AND tub baths, massage and chiropody. 70H4 Broadway. Phone Main 3133; H. 8517. BATH AND MASSAGE PARLORS^ Swedish masseur, best of treatment. 757 S. MAIN BT. 12 m. to 12 p. ni; BON TON BATHI3 FOR A FIRST-CLASS bath and massage. Call 703% S. Broad- way, room 10. Open Simdays. ' FOR A GOOD MASSAGE CALL AT 652 S. Broadway, room 2; formerly of 609 y, South Spring street. BATH AND MASSAGE PARLORS JUST opened. NO.- 740 8. SPRING ST., suite 1. Hours 10 a. m. to 12. p. m. ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANKLIN st.. Including baths, massagu and elec- trlc blanket sweats for rheumatism. 821 SOUTH HILL — VAPOR AND TUB baths, massage for colds, rheumatism, nervousness. Open every day. room 9. SOUTHERN BATH AND MASSAGE parlor; experienced masseuse; tub baths a specialty. Suit 12. 444 8. SPRING ST. THE ALDA BATHS HAVE RETURNED to 60t>% S. Spring St., room 4. Open Sun- days. ELECTRIC TREATMENTS - ALCOHOL rubbing. CI3VJ S. SPRING ST. Room 1. BATHS-M W. TEMPLE BT., ROOM t Prior* Horn» 6076. PERSONALS DR. GKeEnT CLAIRVOYANT, BUSl- ness minium; readings dally; satisfac- tion guaranteed; tests, circles Wed. ev'gs. 8 o'clock. 2oc. R. 16. U'jH B. Spring. FOR SALE Houses MODERN WKSTLAKK HOME •77.10 *7750 "7750 577.'.0 Kight rooms, including Hall. Mouse has never been occupied.- Large living room with panflod walls; woodon frieze: bfamrd colling; fln« mintPl. Klp- jsant dining room: modern kitchen in white Four attractive gunny bedrooms on HPKond floor; modern bath room. House contains three bay windows; built-in seats, and every detail that could add to complete comfort and con- venience. Location is heart of Westlako district on improved lot /with granltti retaining wall and cument steps. ALTHOITSE BROS.. Members L. A. Realty Board, -lit Laughlln building. Main 263. Home Ex. 268. $9SO $950 $950 $050 A 3-room California house near two car lines in the growing southwest; hag chicken corrals, large level lot 60 xlB6 to 14-ft. alley. Improved with cement Hld«walkn and curbs, graded and oiled strcetu; easy terms.' 1104- 1106 UNION TRUST BLDU. FOR BALE— MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSE on Adair St., near Bast Jefferson and Maple aye. Can be bought on easy termi. THOMAS J. HAMPTON, 119 B. Broadway. FOR HALH-A DBBIRAHLB .HUNOA. low of 7 rooms on a corner lot 60x120 on the high ground In Wfstlnkft <il>)trlcl; beautiful view; price fiiOOO; $4ft> rash, hatanrs monthly s>r tn suit. CHAS. S. MANN, 33 W. Fourth street. 1 ■ FOR BALE Homhi ' FOR HALE— A WELL HUILT 5 Room Mote Cottage In thfl suburbs: Inrgx lot ROt18«. on flertrtc lln». Prlep 11750. Will trndo In h. city lot up to $iooo, hnlanco part cash. On r>»t lift] furnlnhed, for $2300; $300 down, $25 per month. Five and a Half Acres I Cln«e lo Hutiltnßl'in Park; Improved I by drwherrlps mid .good for th«j chlrken biisinPKK: 4-room modern ' house, for only $2ftoo. j Two File Lots On rorner Hollywood wny for ex- change for city cottage. Kor exchange, my 25-Rmhh Rooming H©ise Rood loratlon: rent $«5! Inn* loaso; nlsn have a S-rnnm modern rottHRO In heart of Remands. Will trado both for good ranch. Leahy ■& Soo 223 Mercantile Place FOR SALE-HOUSES. HERE 'IT IS AGAIN. ANOTHER HOME AND INVESTMENT AT SAME TIME. NRW, STRICTLY MODERN R- P.OOM COTTAOK ON LOT 50x170 FEF-T IN FINEST RESIDENTIAL PART OF CITY, AND ON REAR OF LOT AN- OTHER B-ROOM COTTAGE WHICH IS RENTED FOR $15 MONTH; BOTH HOUSES FITTED WITH OAS AND i-JLECTRICITY. HOUSE ON FRONT OF LOT WAB BUILT BY THK OWN- ER KOR A HOME AND IS A BRAUTY. PRICE ONLY $4500. COME TO OF- FICE AND LKT US TAKE YOTT OUT. DODGE & SON, 407 DELTA BLDQ. PHONE BOYLE 1232. FOR SALE— 4-ROOM COTTAOK. $100 CASH, $20 PER MONTH. WEST 37T11 ST.-Near Normandle: prlcn $2100; lot 60x138; has bath and toilet, tinted walls, cove ceilings; mod- ern In every respect; large pardon In rear; beautiful lawn and flowers; con- venient to car lines; an excellent homo place, on most liberal terms. (175.) JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 218 W. Third St. FOR SALE— MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSE on Adalr St.. near East Jefferson and Maplo aye. Can bo bought on easy terms. THOMAS J. HAMPTON, 110 S. Broadway. FOR SALE— 6-ROOM COTTAGE. $100 CASH, $25 PER MONTH. SANTA MONICA~AVE.— Price $1750; payments include interest: lot 36x139. New and strictly modern In every de- tail; electricity, tinted walls, porcelain bath. A splendid homo on University car lines; a bargain. JONES * RYDER LAND CO., 218 W. Third St. FOR SALE — 5-room cottage; large bath room, bath toilet, wash bowl, mantel, china closet; lot 50x125, H block from car line. Price $1675: $100 cash and $20 per month. 7-room 1% story, fine view ot" ocean and mountains; two rooms rented for $8 per month; flowers, garden, chicken pens. etc. Lot 50x158; price $2375; $500 cash and $20 or more monthly. E. G. DEVENS. 227 Laughlin Bldg., 315 S. Broadway. FOR SALE— HOUSES-*237S— NEW, AR- tlstic, attractive; $375 cash, balance like rent; G6th street, near Main. THE MC- CARTHY COMPANY branch office 64th and Main (Moneta avenue car to Main and 61st). If this one does not suit we will build one to suit on any unsold lot in The, McCarthy Co/s Greater Los AEgeles Tract or ADDITION NO. 1 TO GREATER LjS ANGELES TRACT. WE WILL DESIGN AND BUILD TO suit you, for cash or for Installments, same as rent, If you have a lot or a good equity In one. Our prices aro right. Our designs are right. Our work is tight. WESTERN BUILDING CO.. 403 Chamber of Commerce. Main 8640. Home 980. MODERN FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AT SuiiHet B»>hcli; combination fixture*.' mantel, china closet. Marshall & Hterns fixtures; $2500. One of tho most romfortHble cottages to be had at any beach. THOS. J. HAMPTON, 119 South Broadway. FOR FSALK — 6-ROOM HOUSE, 22H B. Avenue, 20, in iHtlroad rail; KiiitHhle for railroad man: will spII for $1800, small payment down. Lot is nearly worth the money. Oo and see It, then come* to my office. J, A. MORLAN, 202 Fay Bldg. FOR SALE— S6SOO; TWO MODERN five-room flats, well located on Tem- ple nt.; will take lots or acreage, near the electric line or beach to the ex- tent of oiM-half and the balance can be easily arranged. BEN WHITE, 301 Rryson Block. A RARE BARGAIN!!— B-ROOM MOD- ern cottage; lot 60x160; 2Vj blocks from university; worth J4200. Can bn had Monday for $3900. Only $1050 cash, belance easy. First money takes. Phone Pouth 94, or sen J. J. I'ADHICK, at SUP Bouth Main St. FOR SALE— NICE MODERN FlVE- room cottage at 1510 Kast 12th St.; small payment down, balance easy terms to suit. BEN WHITK, 804 Bry- son Block, or will take good lot as part payment here or beach. • FOU SALE — $200 CASH. HALANCE $20 Rer month, nice five-room cottage; lot )x123, Holly aye., Kast Hollywood; $2800. HEN WHITE. 304 Bryson 111k. FOR BALIS — AT A PRICK THAT WAR^ runts an advance in the near future. Term* on the premises! 6 rooms and bath. 820 HOOVER BT. KOR HALK— SBOO CASH. BAUNCK very eusy terms; nice nva-room house :iMli st. BEN WHITK. 304 Hry*ou Block. FOR IALE City Lots snd Land* tiOTMxlso. TKMpi,'M*ST.. $100 cash.. $.V 0 «orl3ft. K. 4'iXII ST., $'»i*) rnsh.... 500 fiOxlSO, DAYTON HtimltTß, $l&) rnxh 600 45X143, SPTIt BT. * SO. I'AllK, $.100 rash IWO 40x140, 13, :UTIf HT, V 4 cash 1000 60x140, HAN rrclUlO & 3RTII ST., $:tr.rt cash 1100 MxlfiO, ftnTir BT. * CMNTRAL, $«<« rnsh 1100 KlxlSO, tmooKLYN AVK., $500 rjii.li 1200 74x1.15, 4<(Tlt & VERMONT IROO 40x120, mnrif ulv. * larit st. iroo 40x1M», MAPLM * iMTH 1700 4SxIIS, HAN I'MDRO BT. ft 42D.. 1800 40x135. COR. nsTlt & ■WOOD- LAWN 2100 WhtiSft. FMHVrcn, rt,o«rc in.... snoo 4*XifiO. SAN PKMRM. CI.OBH 1N.10,000 It. H, MBETBON A I'd., 312 TRITHT M.na., 2D & flPniNO. MAIN 2212 HOME 2410. FOR BAT,R— HKST HAttOAtNS SOUTHWEST. Oak St., nrat Washington, east front, ROxliiß $2100 I Vnn Hin-on, corner nenr Adams, oust I front. POxiSW $3750 I Raymond, enst front, neur 27th nt..slK>o • Unhurt bivci., nenr Mth, 60x15.1..,...i1300 | WflHtern avenue, near Sftth, r»0x123. ...*12ivi i Western n venue, near 30th, 10*1:>5....51000 1 Oxford nvo., nenr Washington, Roxll7 JIRtO Manhattnn, nrnr Washington $14)2.1 Wllto-1 plai-o, nenr l«th st.. riOxI7S...SI7SO Vnn Nr.«s ays.i nenr l«th, r.0x140 $1600 ARLINGTON HHIGHTS. nd nvnuo. r;i.«l front Jl'.'.Vi nth Hvenuo, west front 1100 fit n avenuo. oust front : 1200 6th avonuo, en.M front ..$l2OO tith avoniio, corner, JOOxlnO 12H00 21st stroot, nenr Bth avenue $ OSS "IT I'AYB TO HKK ITS." EDWARDS * WINTHRS COMPANY, 320 South 1111 l strnot. , Main 8307. Homo Kx. 707. $ B7!i— nrlghton aye. neur 4iith Wixl2S $ 7Bo— Normnnille nenr 4fith BOxHO $ 7Ro— 3Hth nonr KlgurroH 40xllii $ 07R — S3rrt noar Maple 40x125 $1050— Sfith near ilnplo 10x135 $1100— Woodlawn aye., east front, 60x 135 to nlley. $1250~Confldenco St.. Zoboloin tract, B0 XIM. $1450— Olivn st. Znbeleln trart ROxiBO $1500— R. R. lot 35th near Mf11n.,..50xM) $1600— Jofforpon nenr Sun Pedro, doublo frontage. $2100— Cor. asth and W00d1awn,.. 40x135 to alloy. $2RoO— North o[ Jefferson between Fle- uoroa nnd Grand 60x157 $2600— Cor. Main and 30th.. 40x140 to alley $2800— Cor. Moneta and With 50x110 T. L. O'BRIEN. Jefferson and Main. South 2275. Homo. 25338. Lots! Lots! Lots! 100 per cent sure profit on your money in six months. Iteesmont Tract, Brooklyn avo. nnd Cummings st. CHAS. McKENZIB CO., 409 H. W. Hcllman hltlg. FREE COUNTY ANIJ CITY MAP, nhiinlng loentlon of our fine level loin for (tsr> mull, $10 a month, south, ni'«r or shop*, 5 rent fare, Ktreetn and wiilkn done, roverrit t»I(Ii fruit trees. WILL 1)011111.13 YOUR MONEY BY 1007. W. F. THOHSIR A CO., Itoom nil. 31H SmiUi nronrtnny. FOR SALE— A lot in the Zoheleln tract. $1250. Lot 50x160; the lot directly opposite was sold for $1450 a few days ago; building re- strictions $2500. T. L. O'BRIKN. Jefferson and Main. South 2276. Homo 25338. THR BIGGEST SNAP IN - THK ZOHKLKIiV TRACT. Lots 50x150 near Moneta aye., $1200. This is a money maker. T. L. O'BRIEN. Jefferson and Main. Phones Home 25338; South 2276. FOR SALE— BARGAINS BY OWNE~. Moneta aye., 50x135; $1150. $475 cash. W. 23d, 60x160; $1000, $t»0 cash. E. 41st, 50x129; $750, $320 cash. High, near car, 80x135; $350. V, cash. 2 on 8. Figueroa, each 49xl8o; $2300 and $1750; ter~.s 520 STIMSON BLDG.. Third and Spring. FOR SALE— GOOD LOT, KAST ADAMS street, 40x125 to alley; will sell for $MO. This lot Is within I>A blocks of car line; see owner, 521 STIMSON BLDG. FOR SALK*- A SUBDIVISION OF 17 acres on Long Beach electric line; ready for market; streets graded, water mains laid. Price only $800 per acre: easy terms. CHAS. S. MANN. 325 W. Fourth street. Property FOR SALE— I am offering for Bale the most highly Improved ranch In Riverside county. It contains 118 acres of Eplendld land, with one-half milo of frontage on the Santa Ana river, which runs full the year around. A portion of this ranch is now rented to truck gardeners and yielding a handsome revenue from that source alone. The land is suitable for alfalfa or admirably adapted to the growth of walnuts, which do splendidly; a few trees now being In bearing. Every foot of it Is tillable. There is a splendid bouse on it provided with every con- venience and surrounded by beautiful shade trees, lawns, flowers, etc. An abundance of splendid water for both domestic and Irrigation purposes under pressure. Water power can be developed on the place. There are fine barns, cor- rals and outbuildings. This is a noble property In every sense of the word. Full particulars upon application. Price $21,000. I also have for Bale one of the finest orange groves In full bearing In River- side county at a most attractive price. ■ FRED L. SEXTON 608 Mason Building. 4th and Broadway. "see : \ Foote Reality Co. FOR RANCHES, LANDS FOR SUBDIVISION AND COLONIZATION 718-719 O. T. Johnson Bldg. FOR SALE— The best alfalfa nnd fruit land In the state, on easy terms. If you will Improve will give you your own time to pay for it; prices from $16 to $40 per acre. Come in and see us or write for particulars. \V. 11. TOWNSEND. Colonisation. Room 210. 702 South Spring St.. Los Angeles. Cal. Beach Property — Venice $2200. $2300. New 4 and 6 room cottages for sain at Venice; elegant homes; splendid loca- tion: $250 rush and easy monthly pay- ments. $2<ioo. . , • •:. Good rut t ;ik" at Newport. > 6-room cottage, at Manhattan Beach. See HYDE, with BURCK-GWYNN CO., lf»S B. Broadway. Vehicles CLOSING OUT SALE. -Three surreys, twelve top buggies, three open Jobs left; am selling for less than first coat. High grade top bussles $50. One llßlit double har- ness and pole left. Take Hollywood car. 2013 SUNSET PL.YD. .<'. Hotels and Lodging Houses FOR SALE-ROOMING HOUSE OF twenty-two rooms on Broadway. Rea- sonable terms THOS. J..HAMPTON, , f 118 South Broadway. Furniture FOR SALE-FIVH ROOMS OP FINE furniture; just the thing for a newly married couple. Call at once. t!29 COURT _8T XX XT. __: The Herald will sell you 135 worth of records and GIVK3 you a ilx months subscription to The Herald and * Hi Talk-o-Phope absolutely tt—. •The Ruceess ef the Student" THOUSANDS of properly trnlned young p«on1« »re required to help bullS the "URRATEIR CALIFORNIA." The Woodbury train- no; la strictly business and will do the business. BOI> «. Hill St., l,o« Angele*. Currier Bid*., 212 W. Third flt NEW BUILDING Largest and finest In the Southwest . , Will soon be rondy. PIFTII.HTHKIST-nr-THH.rAnK Cttjjffli&fotoeL?** Lsrpett Bus. •P2^^sS^!"«" CoJI.b. In A~>^^ Los Angelet. T4T 953-5-7 W. 7th «t. »^.. SOUTHERN CALirORNIA~mf* ANO CBAHArt SCHOOL ■ OFSHORnfAND^, fl** Jf OIfAMO MV/t COJ AMQKLMM, CAL* fmaammfaj,* A SNAP Kj)£SHM3^''i2r Modern cottage, clnso ikljßH jenr In, liiunt bo boM; J."if»l 1 VUJjaßNr"\ thhli, worth all of. ? i'£M, but must bo sold (•arly this week. Konr rooma now, but very rnslly made Into five. Gas, wired for electric lights, nlerty furnished, al- most new, between Went First and Tem- plft strnots. A flno homo for only $HiOO. Think of it! The lot alono will bring It in a short time. Must have JTiOO ennh. Como early. EDWIN ALDERSON, 203 Laugh- lln Ivillrtlng. EDUCATIONAL SP^VNIsITL^SS^N^TBY^XP^mENCEI) tenoher. Telephone HOME 41154. ""LJ^^ Suburban Property FOR SALE- WOODBERRY TRACT In the center ot Eagle Rock valley. Within two blocks of car line. Beautiful, large, level lots from $250 and up. Noth- ing loss than fifty feet frontage. Rich loamy soil. Water -will be furnished Immediately to any builder. There Is a beautiful viow of the moun- tains from cvory side. Only a small payment down; terms to sirlt. Every lot will bo advanced $100 within three weeks after car line Is put in operation. We also offer flvo acres facing on Colorado avo. for $2100. Act quick If you want this. Call up our office in Engle Rock. WALKKit & CLARK. Home 492 via Ulendale exchange. One Acre $450 to $550 Investigate quickly. Sierra Vista Acres. Part of Baldwin's Ranch. 600 ft. above sea level. Soil will raise anything. Abundance of water. Gas, electricity and telephone. Magnificent scenery. S5 minutes ride from center of Los Angeles. Free excursions daily. Sierra-Pacific Land and Water Company 301-2-3 Douglas Bldg. Home 2544. > Main 8858. Miscellaneous DO YOU WANT A PIANO? I HAVE A REAL BARGAIN, A NEW UPRIGHT -PIANO THAT HAS NEVER BEIiN USED. HERE IS /AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE A GOOD PIANO CHEAP FOR CASH. AD- DRESS OWNER. BOX 126, HERALD. FOR SALE— NEW AND SECOND- hand billiard and pool tables; bar fix- tures of all kinds; easy payments. Send for catalogue. THE BRUNS- WICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. 860 South Los Angolea St., Los Angeles. FOR SALE— WINDMILL. TANK AND tank houae. Apply 4140 CENTRAL AYE. FOR EXCHANGE Real Estate MCDONALD & STOTT. SOS to 317 Lankershlm Building. TO BUY. -Owners and dealers in real estate who have properties for sale or ex- change will find It decidedly to thetr advantage to come In and have a talk with us. We can handle property located In any part of the United States. East- ' crn property a specialty. We have the best trader In th<i United States; It means dollars to you to make his acquaintance. We will give you quick action and honest treatment whether you are a buyer or seller. Come in and see ua. McDonald & btott. Entrance 312 Lankershlm Bldg. Home Phone 4746. Sunset Main 4»E- BEN WHITE > Will Exchange your property; Immense bargains; ap- ply at once. Satisfaction and quick i tf ults. ilombtr Realty Board. 804-6 BRYSON BLOCIC 2d and Spring sts. FOR EXCHANGE — A WELL LOCATED corner brick block in a thriving city, county seat of a good county and a good substantial property. Price $10,- 000 for good property In Southern California of equal or Irbh value, an<l nny balance can be easily arranged. KEN WHITE, 804 Bryson Block. FOR EXCHANGE — A HANDSOMK residence with lot 7Rx150 on beautiful Angeleno Heights. Pries $7500 (mort- gage $2500); will oxchango for prop- erty facing on Pasadena Hhortline anywhere this Blrin of Alhamrtra Crossing. BEN WHITE, 304 Bryson Block. . ■ FOH EXCHANGE — 120 ACRES WORTH $1600 at Valley Center. San Plego county, and $1000 caHh for good prop- erty hera. BEN WHITE, 304 Br/son Bloct ■ ■ FOR EXCHANGE — FOUR ACHES IN full bearing nave! 6rnnges at Corona for city property of equal value. BEN WHITE. 304 Bryaon Block. IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL OR lflX- changa any feat estate, see W. 11. OBEAR, 408-409-410 Johnson Bldg. "You ought to think of helping me save something for a rainy day." "I thought of It today and I have ordered you a nloe umbrella and me a dozen pairs of the awellest stockings you ever saw."— Houston Post. " The Maid— Mlßß'Urown says to tell you she's not at. home. | Tho Caller— Oh, very well. Tell her said 1 didn't call, will you?-Cleveland Leader. KINGS SLAVES TO LADY NICOTINE ALL IN EUROPE BUT WRAPPED IN TOBACCO SMOKE One Queer) an Exception, at Wllhel. mlna Of Holland Hat Principles, •nd Suitsn Forbidden by Hit Faith to Indulge Special Cflblo to Tho Herald HERMN, June IB.— Every throne In Europe is enveloped In tobacco Finoke, fcxe^pt those ot Holland and Turkey. Queen Wllheimlna'n ideas on the sub ject differ from thoso of gome other wo rnrn of exnltrd station, while Abdul Humid In restrained by the Mohainine dun relltflnn. Moreover, every president of a repuh- H*i In the old and new world, bo far as In known, and every oriental potentate finds ftolace In "the weed." JSmperor William of Germany smokes niiße cigarettes, especially made for him. / Edward Likes Cigars King Edward of Kiißland'hns nlwayn oren devoted to olfrnretten, but of tat* yoar« has leaned more and more toward dark Havana cigars. Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria likes the AuHtrliin made cigar manu factured of Virginia tobacco, with a straw running through It. King Leopold of Belgium is a cigar ette fiend, but always enjoys a pipe.' Tho greatest smoker of all Is th<* Ptouf, ever contented King Carlos of Portugal. It Is Kald that he nmokea forty cigars a day. King Alfonso of Spain takes an occa slonnl cigarette only. Plux X is the first popo who has been known lo enjoy a good cigar. His pre decessors confined their lovo of tobacco to snuff. Khedive Uses Bad Cigarettes Tho khedlvo of TCgypt burns such bad cigarettes that the English master of his household, taking pity on the diplo mats, had some good ones specially manufactured for the use of tho diplo matic corps. Whatever people mny say of the nox ious effects of tho weed, it has certainly played a great part In diplomacy In thft last 200 yenrs. The wily red Indian knew what ho was doing when he orig inated the plpo of peace. Second thoughts are always best, p-cordlng to the venemble maxim, and while a cigar is being smoked the harsh retort often resolves itself into the retort courteous. Nevertheless persons in high places do not like tobacoo .smoke under all conditions. On a cold day last winter a man entered the first class coach of a railway train on its way to Berlin and settled himself to read his paper. Pres ently he took from his pocket a ease of cigars, and without apology, lighted up. although the rules of the r llway do not allow this unless all the passengers give permission. In a few minutes the air became almost unbearable, and it was too cold to open a window. . Tale of Smoke on Train The smoker wag a small, ordinary looking man, wearing a heavy gold watch chain and several large diamond rings. Opposite sat a man of distin guished appearance, elegantly clad in fashionable garments. .Presently he said with the greatest politeness: "Sir, I beg you will have the goodness to cease smoking." The others nodded approval, but the little man appeared to have heard noth ing. "I beg you once more, with all possi ble forbearance, to put out your cigar. You have not our permission, and there fore no right to smoke." ' The little man shook the ashes from his weed and calmly continued his cloud raising exercise. The other at last took from his pocket his card, and, extending It to the offen der, said: "If you will observe that card you will understand that I have some right If not duty in making my demands." . "If you continue to smoke I shall re luctantly have to order your arrest at the next station." , ■, » resents Card of Official The little man read the card, grunted, and continued to smoke. The train drew up at a station. The elegant gentleman called a station of ficial as the little man with a perfect calmness left the compartment. The official hurried after the little man, who pulled from his pocket a card, where upon the official with profound bows and military salutes withdrew, uttering profuse apologies. ' : "I regret," said the official, returning to the train, "that I can do nothing In the matter. That was his excellency, the minister of transportation." The elegant gentleman gasped, then exclaimed: "Well, of all the impudence, that is the climax. Not content with ill manners he has the impertinence ■to present my card." /', MARINE NEWS San Pedro Sh'lpplng SAN PEDRO, June 17. ■ ,V- ARRIVED, Steamer Samoa, Caspar. ' SAILED. Steamer BHn Gabriel, Umpqua river. Steamer Chas. Nelßon,' Tacoma. ' Schooner Cecolla Sudden, Coos Bay. Steamer 'Muyfalr, Port Los Angeles. VEBSKL.S IN PORT. . Srhooner Camano, Port Gamble. Schooner Evtson, Tacoma. • ■ Schooner Novelty, Coos Bay. ■'■ ,'./"-•; Steamer Nome City. Portland. . . ; Schooner Stlmson. Ballard. Steamer Samoa, Caspar.' »Hohooner R. C. <81ade. Aberdeen. • Schooner Beulah, Coos Bay. ,..•.■■„' VESSELb ON 'irtK WAY. Schooner Argun. Oamble. - Schooner Annie Bmale, Everett. . . Schooner A. M. Campbell, Anacortes. Schooner Balboa, Muktlteo. •■••,«■ +■;:) Bark B. li. Allen, Tacoma. - Bchnoner Chan. E. Falk, Grays Harbor. Schooner Uavldl Evans, Port Towneend. Schooner Defiance. Bellingham. . ( Schooner F. K. Sander, Tacoma.- \ Schooner F. 8. Redlleld, Astoria.' VESSELS DUX. Steamer Bonlta. San Francisco. ,; -IpafflSl Steamer Moteor, Seattle. The Herald will sell you IS worth ' of ' records and GIVE you a six months' subscript:^ to The Herald and a ■ t2S T»IW-n.Phnn» absolutely fres. UEQALNOTICEir^^^ N^T^C^^O^^A^NUAL^MKETINO OF Stockholders — Merchants Trust -com- pany. Notice la hereby given that the an- . ' nual meeting of the stockholders of tha Merchants Trust company will be held ' at the principal place of business of the said company. Nos. 207-209-211- • South ■ Broadway, In the Merchants Trust Com- . pany building. In the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, California, on ' Thursday the 28th day of June, 1906. at the hour ot twelve (12) o'clock noon of that • day, for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing; year and the transaction of such other business as may properly . . coma before such annual meeting. *-i'tji» l By order of the Board ef Directors. - J. C. WICKHAM, Secretary.