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THE WEATHER - LO3 ANORLK3. ffept. H. li>o<. Time. I Ther. | Hum. |Wlnd.| Vlcy. j Wthr. Bam.V 8f I i* I NX I 4 1 Cia^T S p.rf!.| »T I 73 I SW I 10 I Clear. Mffxlmum temp'mtttre, 74. Minimum temperattife, SS. Weather Conditions Lo* Angeles— Cloudy Thursday; light w»-»t winds. MARRIAGEJJCENSES ' BENSON-ANDRADA - Perry Benson, ■ «g#d 2S, a native of England and resi- dent of Los Angeles, anrt Ullxnbeth An- drada, aged 20, a native of California and resident of Los Angeles. RAGOIO-BHIJTIMEL-Joe llagftlo. aged 8», a native of California nnu resident. of Los Angeles, and Delia. Brutlmel, I nged 20, a native of California and resl- . dent of Los Angelf*. LOVE-QLOEOE— James Lov*. aged- 29, » native of Ohio and resident of Lou An- ffeles, and Ida Gloege, aged 27, a native of Wisconsin and resident of Loa An- VANDERWATER- NOOMAN — James Vanderwa.ter, aged 38, a native of Can- ada, and resident Of Los Angelei*, and Minnie Nooman, aged 35, a native of Michigan and resident of Los Angeles. JOHN-STEWART— HarIey John, aged M, a nativ* of Indiana and resident of Rlv- ' erslde, and Marie Btewart, aged 25. a native of Indiana and resident of Riv- erside. WRIGHT-HANSON— Leroy Wright, aged . 27; a native of lowa and resident of ean Bernardino, and Josephine Hanson, nged 21, a native of New Mexico and resident of Los Vegas. McHUGH-NOBLET — William McHugh, Hged 40, a native of New York and resi- rient of Los Angeles, and Delia Noblet, ' aged 35. a native of Michigan and resi- dent of Los Angeles. ■ ROSS-WOOD— Oscar Ross, aged 29, a na- I tive of Minnesota and resident of Los Angeles, and Lillian Wood, aged' 28, a native of Kansas and resident of Los Angeles. •' ■ . KEMPER-BOOK— Arthur Kemper. aged 30, a native of Ohio and resident of Los Angeles, and Nellie Book, aged 24. a native of California and resident of Los Angeles. CRAIN-ANTH— Jesse Cra«n. aged 27, a native of California and resident of Sail Dlmas, and Cora Anth, aged 20, a na- tive: of Missouri and' resident of Po- mona. ■• KNASE-KANN— Andrew Knase, aged 73, a native of Pennsylvania and resident of 'Los Angeles, and Cecelia Hanna, aged 64,- a native of Wisconsin and resi- ' ' dent of Los Angeles. ' ' BOSWICK-ALLEN-Earl Boswick. ng»d 23, a. native of Wisconsin and resident of Los Angeles, and Eugenia Allen, aged 20, a native of Kansas and resident of Sawtelle. ;. BROWN-PEABLEE —Leonard Brown, 'aged 28, a native of Illinois and resident of Palo Alto, and Adelaide Peaslee,. - • aged 24, a native of 'lowa and resident ■ of Pasadena. ■WRIGHT-BUlCH— Jesse Wright, aged 24. a' native of Michigan and resident of ', :Los Angeles,' and Beatrice Butch, aged . ; 25.'. a native of .Illinois and resident of \'t j Los Angeles. .■ -;';■■.,-. .': : '. '-,■"' BIRTHS ROWLAND— Porter and wife, 321 Thomas street, a boy. DOMENICO— Ma ria and wife, 1100 Mis- . slon road, a boy. ~ . WEINER— Fred and wife, 2233 .East -street, -a boy. ' • ZABARO-Jacob and, Wife, 1024 Bartlett street, a boy. SMITH— B. and wife, Clara Barton hos- pital, a girl. ,-...-■ FELSENFELD— Louis and wife. 1137 East. Tenth Btreet. a boy. .- OLSON— Julius and wife. 1526 Georgia. street, a boy.. WARR— William and wife, 672 Carondelet street, a boy. • . . WHITE— A. H. and wife. 2923 Howard street, a girl.' . '.'■■■ EISENMAN— AIbert and wife. Pl6 State BANNISTER— AIonzo and wife, 2351 En- terprise streets a boy. . SYLVESTER— Harry and wife, 919 Sun- set boulevard, a boy. . BAlLEY— Spruce and wife. 1670 West Twenty-foirrth street, a boy. ■; HOLLl^TEß— Dwlght and wife, 1109 Eaßt Tenth street, a girl..- - RUSSELL-^Thomas and wife, 1824 Milton street, a boy. LAURSON— BerteI and wife. 524 Judson FETTER— Reginald and wife, 553 Central : avenue, a girl. "-• ■ . DEATHS ROTHETHER— Frank, aged 26 years, Granada hospital, tuberculosis. ; COLl— Clement, aged- 2 months, stenasis. ROBSON— Minnie, aged 31" years, j Ange- lus! hospital, pneumonia. ■ , CURTI-James, aged 73 years, county hospital, phthisis pulmonalis. KELSEY— Homer, aged 44 years, receiv- ing hospital, alcoholism. RHEA-Ruth. aged 19 years. Clara Bar- ton- hospital, tuberculosis. GRAT— William, aged. 4B years, county hospital, cerebral hemorrhage. CItRRAN — Margaret, aged 13 years, Los Angeles Orphan asylum, hemorrhage. ■ Peck & Chase Co.. undertakers and embalmer*-, lady assistants. 433 S. Hill. Tel. Main 61. Bresee Bros. Co., Undertakers Removed to 856 a Flgueroa st, , Lady attendant. Private ambulance. Telephones: Main 243. Home 62667. CRR& HINES CO.. funeral Directors Have moved to their new balldinK on the N. E. cor. 10th and Flower. Both phones 65. L«dy A»«l»tant. FUNERAL NOTICE BOTILLER— At 856 Maple avenue, Sep- tember 10. Plutarto R. Botiller, aged W). ' Remains at funeral parlors of Cunning- ham & O'Connor, 1031 South Grand ave- nue. Funeral notice later. CHURCH NOTICES THE"~LOS r'XNGELES^FELLOWSH'Tp! Benjamin Fay Mills, permanent minis- ter—The associate minister, Mary, Rus- sell Mills, will speak at Blanchard hall, 235 S. Broadway, Sunday, Sept. 16, at 11 ■ ' a. m., on "The Church of the Spirit." Music by Miss Helen Tappe, soprano, ' and Alfred E. Walper, violinist. Sim- day school meets at 9:30 a. m. in Blan- ' chard hall. Charles H. Mills, superin- tendent. The lyceum meets at 9:45 a. m. In music room: leaders, Reynold E. . Blight tnd Elliott E. Sheperd. All seats free and all are welcome at these meet- ■ ■ ings. CHRIST CHURCH — CORNER 12TH and Flower. Rev. Baker P. Lee, rec- . tor; Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; early celebration holy cbm- munlon on third Sunday and Saints' Day, at 7:30 a.m. Strangers es- pecially invited. University cars pass the door. Those desiring tele- phone connections for "shut-lne" tele- phone 7912. Church physician ft the church every morning from 8:30 to . t 9:30. Services and medicine free to all.. Church open daily for private prayer from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m. THE LOS ANGELES FELLOWSHIP, Benjamin Fay Mills, permanent minis- , ter— Midweek meeting, Wednesday, Sep- tember 1-'. at 8 p. m., in Blanchard art . gallery 233 S. Hill St. (take elevator). Mrs. Florence Collins Porter will speak on "Russian Peasant Women and Their Work." Mme. de Blumenthal will ne ' present and assist in the exhibition of ' ' samples of the beautiful work wrought by these people. Admission free. The public. is cordially invited. Doors open at 7:80 o'clock. PENIEL HALL, ja BOUTH MAIN street— A noonday prayer meeting Is .held each week day, 12 to 1 o'clock. * Gospel meeting every night at 7:50 p. ' m. Sunday services as follows: 9 a. m., men's prayer meeting; 9:45, gab : bath school and Bible class: 11 ' o'clock, preaching; (p. m.. holiness meeting: evangelistic service at i night. Rev. T. P. Ferguson, Mrs. M. . ' P. Ferguson and G. B. Btudd superlu- tendents of the mUslon. - SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST. SClEN- tlst, Simpson auditorium, 734 Hops st.— Service* Sum'.ay 11 a. in. and Ip, m.; , sermon from the Christian Science I Quarterly; subject. "Reality;" children's Sunday school 9:30 a. in.; Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock; reading Bldg., Bprinf and 'Fourth sts.; open dally, Sundays excepted, from 9 a. in. to 6 p. m. CHURCH NOTICE3 FmBT~~CONbRECJATIONAL CHURCH, Hop« *t., near Ninth. Seats f re«. R«v. William Horace D*y, pn»tor; Rev. Warren F. Day. D. D., pastor emeri- tus; Harry Clifford Lott. choir mas- ter; Walter F. flk*el*. organist. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Rev. Ed- ward F. Ooff of Riverside will preach In exeh«ngr« w»h the pastor emeritus. Evenlnst service, 7:45 o'clock; Rev. Edward F. Ooff will preach. BT. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, H4 W. Adams, near Flgueroa street. Rev. Lewis O. Morris, rector; Sunday ser- vices. .:30 a. m., 11 ». m.. 6 p. m. This Is ii FREE church and all are cordially Invited. T».ke th» Orand avenue ear to Adams street and walk one block west. Tnke the University car to Chester place, walk through Chester place and one block cast on Adams street BT. PAUL'S PRO-CATHEDRAL Tii South Olive (near all the lending ho- tels)— The Rev. .1. J. Wllklns, D. D., dean and rector, Services: Holy rom- munion 7:30 R. m., Sunday school 9:30, ■norniniT prayer and s°rmon at 11 a. m., evening prayer and sermon, 7:40 p. m. The rector will preach. A vnrm welcome for nil sorts and con- rUtlonx of people. MON EY TO LOAN \VK MAKK LOANS ON KttRNITURK, pianos, hors.es. wagons, carriages, cat- tle, "\c, without removal from your possession. Loans also made to salaried persons on plain note without tndorser or pub- licity. Lowest rates In town. FIDELITY LOAN CO., ' 529 Mason building. 22(1 West Fourth St., cor. Broadway. Home phone 7421. Broadway 5171 CABH CONFIDENTALLT LOANEU TO salaried persons on note, without se- curity, without employers knowledgs and without Indorsers; easy payments, positively lowest rates. Hours 10:10 to t:IO. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO., fOt-tHS Chamber of Commerce Bldg. MONET TO LOAN AT LOW RATES FOR building, or on Improved city prop- erty or In good outside towns, on a new definite contract or limited pay- ment plan of Installment payments; Interest decreases each month as you pay. STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSN.. 107 S. Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS S. WADS- WORTH. 319 & 320 Douglas bldg., will lend money en city or county real es- tate. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. Bldg. loar - our specialty. TRUE & CLEVELAND. 607 H. W. Hellman bd. MONEY TO LOAN, 7 PER CENT, ON Inside, r operty, in sums to suit. I. H. PRESTON, 608 Laughiln bldg. PHYSICIANS DR. AND MRS. CARTER , SUCCESS- fiiIIy treat all female diseases and irregularities; 20 years' experience; consultation free. ' Hours. 9 a. m. to S p. m. ; Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MERCANTILE PLACE, over 043 e>. Spring. VAN AUKEN OXYGEN INSTITUTE", late of San Francisco. C. A. Bonesteel, M. D., physician in charge. Free diagnosis. 625 S. FIGUEROA ST. ■ Home phone 51787. Hours 1 to 6, 7 to l.p, m. Free lectures Sunday evngs. Dr! TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALISE and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER. Main st. MINING AND ASSAYING FOR -LEASES ON MINES IN THE Telluride belt of the Slate range, San Bernardino county. ?ee manager of mining department. JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 218 West Third St. SOCIETY NOTICES HON. jAS?IL~BLANCHARDrNOMINEEj AS?lL~BLANCHARDrNOMINEE of the Prohibition party for governor, and Rev. C. J. Hall, field secretary of the Prohibition 'party." will debate the prohibition question with. Walter Young, James Taylor Rogers and Fred J. Spring before the Progressive club In Blanchard hall Sunday, Sep- tember 9, at 7:45 p. m. Brief bril- ' llant music program. Free. TRANSFER AND ' STORAGE COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO.. 415-417-419 San Pedro St. Main office 324 South Main. Phones Main 1117, Home 215). New and absolutely fire proof storage; private locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos. fine furniture, etc. Trunks, boxes, etc., stored, 25c to 50c per month. We solicit your patronage. ATTORNEYS-AT.LAW MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A specialty. No-fee without success. K. P. MOREY. 621 Stimson blk., cor. 3cL and Spring. Phone 6718. Open event ings. DIVORCE LAWS— ADVICE FREE; NO fee without success; private. J H. SMITH. 122 W. Third St., room 108. 1 to B p. m. LOST AND FOUND LOST — STARTING CRANK TO AUTO- . mobile. Finder please phono Home 2!)filX or South 5425. Reward. SANITARIUMS M^Sr^M^H^raE^T^S^SA"N"lTAßl"uM— Massage, baths of all kinds, newly equipped with needle spray and shower; Russian and Turkish baths a specialty; chiropody, manicuring; scalp and facial massage. 225% West Ist st. Home 3509. NEW SANITARIUM, 629% 8. BDWAY. Electric, vibratory massage, vapor, alcohol and sulphume baths. Salt glow, manicuring, chiropody and face massage. Phone 9532. BATHS AND MAiSAGi THE" ONLY VaLATIAL BATH IfAß- lni-8 in the city for a first-class bath, massage and electric treatment, IU7Vi NORTH BROADWAY. Hours from lo a. m. to 12 p. m. THE ALEXANDRA BATH AND MAS- sago parlors. Steam and vapor, oil and alcohol rubs. Hot salt tub baths a specialty. No signs. 218 X. MAIN, rooms 14 and 15. Phone Bdway. 6187. THE MITCHELL BATHS- VAPOR AND steam, salt and electric tub baths, mas- sage, alcohel and oil rub; open Sundays 218 N. MAIN ST., room 11. No signs. JUST RETURNED FROM* THE EAST after three months away. Started my electrlo treatments at 23) W. First St., roor- 4. Tel. Main 3406. TUB BATHS AND MASSAGE OPERA- tor Just arrived from the east. Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. in. Room 3, 137 S. BROADWAY. YOU ARE NOT HURKiKIJ WHEN YOU go to 125 TEMPLE STREET for bath and massage. No signs in window. Best of patronage solicited. "UNIQUE PARLORS "-NEWLY opened. Suite 52, Zd floor Baker blk., Hi N. MAIN. Manicuring, baths, massage. Closed Sundays. ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANKLIN St., room i>, including baths, massage and electrlo blanket, sweats for rheu- matlsnv_ • THE IDEAL MANICURING PARLORS. 701 >.j 8. Broadway, top floor, room 3. Hours. 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Main 1686. VIBRATION. ALCOHOL, ~OIU MAS*- ease. Shampooing, face and scalp treatments. 284 i3. STII ST. Room 6. SCIENTIFIC BATH AND MASSAGE. 105 tt N. LOS ANGELES. Rooms !i and 3- Formerly at 419U 6. Main. THE BONBON BATH PARLOUS HAVJi moved to t33 N. Main St., room 25. ■BATTaS^SoTwT'TKMPLB BT.,"itOOM S. l'lione Horn* 6071. LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 13, 1906. WANTED Help— Male FORTIN * HAWKINS EMP. CO., 104 and i'»i N. Los Angeles St. Both phones: Mnln 4194 Home 419. We Snip to Lamina Dam. Cheap Fare. Cheap Fare. AT YUMA. ARIZ. Machinists, eight hours $3.R0 Carpenters 43»ie hour Irfi borers, eight hours 12. 0) Hn|»t engineers, eight hours J3.00 Fireman, eight hours i 12.50 Ulacksmlth $3.i0 Cheap Rate Cheap Rat«. PHOENIX, ARIZ. Cnrpenters 14. 0>) Laborers $2.M Knrkmen , t3.o<> Powder man $3.60 nrlllers $3.0t) Machinists M.75 LOfl VEGAS, NEV. Laborers $2.00 Bridge rnrponters i $3.00 House carpenters , $3.00 CITY ANd'cOUNTRY. Tonmster, wholesale house $12 weelt Pattern maker $4..)0 Mantel plasterer %c,.00 <'ook find helper $100 month Khort order cook $15 we^ii f'nblnet maker $3.50 to $1 day Carpenters $4.35 Rough carpenters, country,* room and bonrd. $W month. Muckers for mines, 76c board, J2.50 tiny. Laborers for mines, "5c board, $2.50 ria y. Milkers $40 to $45 month Onrdencr. room and board ....s^s month Automobile machinists 53.75 day Blncksmlth $3.50 day Swampers $35 and foirnd Laborers * $2.00 Hnrse cupper $12 Second baker, country $18 week FORTIN & HAWKINS EMP. CO. HUMMEL BROS. & CO., -EMPLOYMENT AGENTS- A strictly first-class, reliable agency. All kinds of help promptly furnished. Your orders solicited. 116-118 East Second street. Between Main and Los Angeles streets. Largest and best equipped offices on the Pacific coast. HUMMEL BROS. & CO., 116 and 118 E. 2d St Telephones— Mnln 500. Homo 609. WANTED—CASH BOYS Must b« 14 years old. Wages $3.50 per week. Apply to manager Vllle de Pads 319 S. Broadway. ■ ■ WANTED— SUBSCRIPTION CANVASS- er; good salary paid for good work; experience not necessary; must give references. See PARR. Herald office, 7:30 to 8:80 a. m.. or 4:30 to S:SO p. m. WANTED— SALESMAN. Experienced drapery and rug salesman. Apply to manager VILLE DE PARIS, 519 S. Rroadway. WANTED — 100 MEN THURSDAY morning Belasco the.itrr. 9 a. m., stage entrance. MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE. Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS- TEM COLLEGE. 113 E. 2d. Help — Femals WANTED— CASH QIRLS Must be 14 years old. Wages $3.50 per week. Apply to manager Vllle de -Paris 319 S. Broadway. WANTED— COMPETENT GIRL TO DO general housework; $30 per month. 2654 MENLO AVE. SHAKERS WANTED AT MUNGER'S laundry. 923 S. LOS ANGELEB ST. . Money WANT $800, $1000, $1200. $1500. PRIVATE money; 8 net Interest; Income cottages. SIDDALL, 207 Copp Bldg. WANTED— SI2OO; F YEARS; 6-ROOM house; rented $23. H. E. SIDDALL, 207 Copp Bids. To Rent.' WANTED- ALL OWNERS OF RENTAL PROPERTY TO KNOW THAT WE DO A RENTAL BUSINESS -DON'T WORRY -IT YOU WANT A TENANT— LI- YOUR PROPERTY WITH US- — i .'••'. MINKS & FAKISH. 815 SOUTH HILL STREET. To Purchase — Real Estate If you want to go east. C. Haydock, Agent Illinois Central R.R.. 118 W. 6th. < « • WE HAVE A PARTY WANTINfi I,OTS between' Pico and Adams on 3d. 4th and nth aves. List them with us at once. 'C' Howard Finley C© o 341 S. Hill. Tel. Home 8623. Snns"t Main 4071. 80x147 TO ALLEY. HOTEL SITE. N~a 625 Loomls St.. between Sixth. Or- ange, Kip and Figueroa; $3000 yearly rental offered for 60-room hotel built. SIDDALL REALTY CO.. 207 Copp Bldg. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH AIIKI. A: Mt-F.I/MUOTT, If you want quick returns and prompt service. 611 South Broadway. Miscellaneous WANTED— TO BUY FURNITURE AND household goods. If you are groing to sell we will pay you one-third more than others. Phone us. Main 1117. Home 2154. COLYEAR FUR- NITORF, CO. 321' S. Main St. DENTISTS bCHLKt'MAN DENTAL CO.. 107 N. Spring st. — rainless extract- Ing, filling, crown and bridge work, flexible rubber plates. Pure gold fillings, 76c up; all other fillings, r,O- up; cleaning teeth. 60c up; gold cotvns and bridge work. $S.OO up; sets teeth. $5.00 up. Also open even- Ings and Sunday forenoons. FRANK BTBVENB. 824H SO. BPRINQ. PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS oX'^R^EN^CL^R^O^ANT^iuar' ness medium, gives life readings this week 50c. Circles Wednesday evgs., 25c. 'aoom 16. 119',j 8. SPRING. JOHN SLATKR. BUSINESS TEST medium, private readings 10 to 4. The Chula VUta, 317 W. Third. Next circle Friday evening. MRS. PARKER. RELIABLE PALMIST and clalroyant. 444 B. Spring; room 1. OU6INEBB PERSONALS FEATHER PILLOWS RENOVATED AT ACMM KEATHER WORKB, 70i Sun Pedro it. Tel. Sunset Main lltiu; Home 8041. TRUBSEB. ELASTIC HOSIERY.* MED- leal batterlf. •to, Mutthav, 415 W— t 6th. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES DRUGOIBtT~B AK BRT^RKSTAVRAm', butch«r. Oood buslueo center. Stores for rent. $10, $16. 1615 K. 26th. corner Lone Beach avenue. Kluuauu Junction car*. SIDDALL, 207 Copp Bid*. SPECIAL NOTICES jn*4 DR. A. POLASKf, optlrinn of 40 (jgSf& ye»r» 'Tnfrl'wr ha« open«>.l of- flees. 342 8. B'wuy, 4th floor. Frse «xamln« >n. latest metnod*. Phone 413i. CIRAN WATCH. 8f)c; Main SprlnM. son; wsfrarti-d; oM k»M »1 P^t. 4M.8. MAIN. PIANO3 pi^A^os'soiuS'ojrii Afii y*p a y u en^ts l— Pianos rented nt low rtites. A. G. GARDNER PIANO HOUBB, Ltd.. 11s Winston st. Tel. Ulnck 2221; Home tlO5. PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS HAZARD " ft v MARPHAM, r.PtONRRH ARcy. Citizens Nat. Uk. bldg. Uook free. _^" " " '2 ~yijfo '"'_ FOR $12 MONTHLY YOU CAN KKNI furnislierl comiilete 3 nice sunny out side rooms; eluctrlcltyi K«s ninße. hot tvnter. phono; close In; at 1020 WBBT COLTON ST.. 1003 and 1011 EABI NINTH ST.. 102S also 1133 and 1141 W - FIRST S>1 J MODKRN FLATS -WATER FREfi— 10—3 rooms 204 N. Fremont. 10—3 rooms. 334 S. Flgw-ro*. $13.60—3 rooms 221 N. Klgueroa. i 12 — 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont. $lfl— 3 rooms. 1011 E. 9th; furntsboil. $14—3 rooms. 204 N. Fremont; fur. $14 — 3 rooms. 21S N. Fremont; fur. $14 — 3 rooms. 331 S. FlKiieron; fur. $1« — 5 rooms. 1019V4 Dlnmond. $14—2 rooms. 1141 W. First. $17—3 rooms. 1133 W. First; fur. $18—3 rooms. 222 N. Fremont; fur. TO LET STORKS— $100—701 West Rev.mth St. $20—1001 East Ninth st, T. VVIESENDANGER. 312 Merchants Trust Bldg. FOR $12 YOU CAN RENT NEW KUFt- nlshed 8 rooms, gras range, bath, phone. 1133 and 1141 WEST FIRST STREET; healthy, sightly location, on car line.' FOR RENT-SIX-ROOM FLAT: CLOSE In. Newly, papered and all conveniences. Call after . Sunday. 521 _CROCKER STREET. _ Houses ONE OF THE. MOST BEAUTIFUL s- room cottages In Pico Heights, for fully $4ilo leps than the market value: has all the modern conveniences; nice large yard; fruit trees, flowers, and lawn; house in ft. higher than street: fine mftuntain view; $500 down, $:!5 month; price $2800. . i A nice 4-room cottage on West Tem- ple-street; all modern conveniences; lot 50x130. This Is a genuine bargain. $M0 down, $20 month; price $1500. • .i'.- ■ . LEAHY & SON, .: __. 223 Mercantile Place. FOR SALE— FEW DAYS ONLY. BEST bargain for the money in choice south- west residence section; new. modern and strictly first -class house of eight large rooms, having all the up-to-date conveniences possible; fine open stair- way from reception hall; large lot, lawn and cement walks; only $6800 for quick sale; good terms. PITTSBURG REAL ESTATE CO.. 311-15 Laughlln Bldg. ■■ FOR SALE— ' • A Bargain for $3750 Nine-room house on Hobart boulevard, near Adams St.; lot 50x133 to alley; in- vestigate this snap. CHAS. S. MANN, 325 W. Fourth St. FOR SALE. VERY~CHEAP— ■ 6-room up-to-date cottage: electric fixtures; mantel and buffet; ■ lot 40'4125 to alley; close to Hooper ave. car line; price $2000; about $700 cash. IBBETSON- JOHNSON CO.. 308-10-12 Trußt Bldg., 2d and Spring; Main 1680, Home 2410. . FOR RENT— MOVE RIGHT IN— ..• ■ $11— 4-room . cottage, E. 25th St. ■ - $14— 4-room cottage, Palomares, E. 26th. 115— 5-room cottage, E..26th st_ Keys at 15SS East Adams. ' - ' H. E. SIDDALL. 2W Copp Bldg. FOR RENT — NEW FIVE-ROOM COT- tage; largre lot; $10 month:' free wa- ter: best car line. Owner, PROF. IRA L. GTJILFORD, 341% S. Spring. ■ FOR RENT— A MODERN 5-KOOMED house at 828 Kohler St.. $20. THOS. J. HAMPTON,; . L. A. R. B. - 119 S. Broadway. JEFFERSON ST.. NEAR WESLEY— 6O- foot lot; nine room house: price $5500; _cash $2100. Call today, 109 Court street. TO LET— FINE 8-ROOM HOUSE 229 East 30th;- $26 per month. Key at 251 E. 30TH ST. Roomi — Furnished FOR nENT — A NICE SUNWY FRONT room, aattnble for one or tTro gentle- ..men, lu n private family. Hath, tele- phone, etc. Kn«r xvalklnil dlatancei 810 per month. Telephone Broadway 4650 or call 147 NORTH GRAND AVE. THE ROANOKE, AT SAN PEDRO AND Seventh; newly furnished and clean, up- to-date rooms by day, week or month. Rooms FOR $12 YOU CAN RENT NEW FUR- nlshed 3 rooms, gas range, bath, phone. 1133 and 1141 WEST FIRST STREET.: healthy, sightly location, on car line. Stores and Offices FOR RENT — STORE ROOMS. $10, $TB 1615 E. 25th, coiner Long Beach ave- nue. SIDDALL, 207 Copp Bldg. FOR RUNT — HALF FRONT CORNER office rooms. SIDDALL. 207 Copp bldg. FOR SALE Houses , csoo 5-room bungalow, well built. Mission style, large living room across front, dark old gold brick fireplace; porch; best plumbing. - Plenty oi city water, large level lot and everything in garden truck grow- ing. Oiled streets, cement sidewalks and curbs. 5-cent car fare, twelve minutes from First and Main streets. This Is a beautiful home, located cor- ner of Pasadena short line and Tourma- line street, one block inside of city Units. ■HSOO conn, balance mortgage. See owner at house. • Telephone Home 31052. FOR SALE— t 6-rooni -cottage with hullt-'n buf- fet nnd bookcase; sliding: floor; elec- tric tlxtureu and best plumbing; about 200 ft. went of Flgueroa St. Price $3300: $500 cash, bal. $25 per month, Including Interest. E. Q. DEVENS. 227 Laughlln Bids. Both phones. s-rnom modern cottage; east front, in southwest: well finished place. $500 down, balance $25 per month. DODGE & SON, 407 Delta Bldg. Main 6315. Homo 8508. FOlt BALE— COTTAOEB-$3OO DOWN. Handsome, 4 rooms .$lBOO t rooms, new and modern 2300 8 rooms, walking dlvUnce , £500 Terms. $300 cash; balance monthly, J, R. MACLINTOCK, 701 Orant Bldg. FOR SALE • Houses .. i.v ;, FOR PALF. — fwoo. fftfltm. The brst bargain In a nfat. modern, rentftilly looatfd home In the south part of tho city. , ■ , . jy niort*.lrn rotl.ißi* ' f ontAlninft S inrßft riimiif; rovo CflllnpN; tinted tvhllk: pofcAlAlfl bfltnl ftns und flee trlciiy: n,i« : Brateli pretty shhde tro».«; lau-n. flov.-ora In profurlon; burn In r*cr. This dtrrel iittrncf^ri I lift nttcitlon of Th« Tlin«« artist a fe«* week* s«r.-> nnd tvn.». he-Id ns an pxam- pi" of boniMfnl Ik'M's; 12 minute* to Tim i. -and Kprlns: price $.inoO: $10(10 down, ■s 2.". prr month, molud lng intet » Jnffprroti nnti Mnln. Smith 2 ?76: Horn* 2f"W,; ■•■■.. the isxidh piuch Whtrh we nei-ured tin mntprlni before the fols<? enables us lo (tive you Hip InMdo n'rltp on your new building, if you li.ive pinna lo flffure mil n>td y/t will I'l-'tivluee you that the . iibovr »tnt"Mii»»nt Is true We liftve nmny bulldlnßs erected which wo point to wlllt pYldo mill which we would lie pleased to nhowyou. If you nre In'the ninrket for a now house, hiingnlow. flat or uiv-mnvnt cill nnrl look over our lnr<re tiMnrlmgnt r>f plans or our export flrHftsniim will Rot one up to suit yon frc« of c"»t. Caili or ttriiis on nil work. -.Open evening* by ap- pointment. • . . ■. MKSTKHX 111 IllllVf; CO.. I 403 Chamber »f Coninifrt_-r Bldg.'' Phone PSO. Broadway r.gpl, l' jn sale- ~ i :■■< \~~~~ Wo have Re\-eral new. modern B«room cottages ; price $11*50: only $2(1) cash, hnl- nnce $W per month, Including Interest. For any one requiring a home clode In and only ten minutes from business cen- ter, this Is an unusual opportunity,. Thero Is sewer, gas and electricity, and alley In renr of lot. This property la splendidly situated and will, constantly lncrensp in value- Sole agents. JONES & RYDER LAND CO.! rag W. Third' St. . WKSTLAKH lIOMK. jimirasji s-itoo.ii house:, almost NEW. , ' • ' Only-' 55750. For quick" sale. 1 Hero Is an opportunity to secure a fine home in one of the best residence suctions of the city at less than value. Will make good Investment. • . Call and letus show you this prop- erty. . • '. . . '.■■-. RAHEV IinOTIIRItS. ■ 214 O.: T. Johnson. Building. , for sale" ~ < ■ ■ . • Nice cottage on West 2Sth st.,' and ottur property In that vicinity, on easy terms. Furnished house' for rent- on West JSth St., $50 per month. FRED L SEXTON. ■ ■ '. ■ Room fins Mason building. * /-,' FOR SAI.K — 52700. MODRHN G-ROOM buugaluTT on the Pnnadena Short Line, Inalde tbe city llmltm large iot, garden nnd flowers. Built tot n borne. Beat buy -In . the - city | 91700 dona, balance ?lT.r>o per month, Ad- dreaa BOX 3X5. Herald. ■ " . : FOR SALE— ' ' • . -• Houge and lot near 6th «t.. toward proposed $1,000,000 depot; owner needs money and will sacrifice. See owner, 202 Fay Bldg. ■ FOR SALE-NO PAYMENT DOWN, only rent and Interest, payable mdnth- ly, buys i- -■- cottage. Keys at 1538 EAST ADAMS. - '• • . ■ FOR SALE — $50 CASH. $17 MONTHLY, buys new 4-room house. $1600. Keys at 1538 EAST ADAMS. . 18 COTTAGES, $150 DOWN. AGENTO full' commission. SIDDALL. 207 Copp Bldg. -....'■ -. ■■■■«...-,. i :v. y -.City Lots and Lands . ' . . FOR BALE-\ /■■■'■'■. .'. •" ■*■''''."! . . choice-cheap— lots '; ■ ■'■ ■ ' „■". -in— '". . ;■ '• '■:' ■..,.'■■ UPPER RAMPART HEIGHTS. .' -A ■ NEW~TRACT— . LOCATED NORTH AND WEST OF. ' WESTLAKE PARK. REACHED BY~7 CAR LINES. . ' HIGH AND COMMANDS A FINE VIEW OF MOUNTAINS AND VALLEY. BEST OF STREET WORK TO BE ■ • ;.: —INSTALLED— AND PROPERTY SEWERED. . -LOTS- "\ : $750 and Up : WE CAN RECOMMEND THESE LOTS TO HOMESEEKERS, SPECULATORS. BUILDERS ~ —AND INVESTORS- . V,: . AS BEING THE BEST BUYS ,' ■ IN LOS ANGELES MINES & FARISH. ACTS.. . ' 315 S. HILL ST. ■ ■} ,:■■, Good~n>t Near Adams and Compton 40x125 to Alley ;;,-.. This Is a Snap •;S;-;3 Price $900 ■■ • See OWNER ■ 521 Stimson Bldg. •' ' -~i~ . /'. . ■ ■ WESTMINSTER SQUARE .. THE' NEW WESTLAKE DISTRICT'- This magnllicent now residence tract is located at the southwest cor- ner, of Fourth and Western eve.. Western avenue extends from the ocean to the mountains. The tots will be highly Improved— palm trees planted, etc. Two elegant house* now being planned, .others will quickly follow. Car Una In course of construction will run through tract. Water is . assured. ThU property MUST advance. Buy now and get the first pick of lots and reap big profits. ■ •.;*>> - ■'.*. ■ • ,• . ALTHOUSE*. BROS..' Members L. A. Realty Board, ' 234 Laughlln Bldg. - Main ;S3. Homa Ex. 383. . FOR~BALE— OU GRAND AVE,,~NBAft 80th St.; lot 60 feet front on east side of street, will be sold cheap; owner needs the money. THOS. J. HAMP- TON, 119 So. Broadway. U A. K. B. ■ FOR 1A1.6 " ' City Lots and Land* "•"". »»«>.. .....«' ■*« "" ' ' FOR "S.\ LK,-~ VA C A NT* IV6' T H— ' " FOR SALE— BY '.TAP. V. BALDWIN. so(t-.i3T-.'i*B llfrrrnn W. Hflllman nf.DO. WEST ADAMS HKtOHTfI. V Smus sniipfl In hne iniiuiing IM». Price* urn pood for a few days only. Look ;=it tliffe lots. thPn ronis to us, East front on I^i Salic, Ju*t south of Washington, 60x1 80. Buy this large lot for IJ3SO. North front on WfcuMngton, Just u-OKt pf La Sn!l<-: -.0x22.0; $3500. Went front on Hobart. just south of Washington! 7."ixl(i2: $4.*00. This I* J.'f"> ehenper than any tot In this block. 75x:00., on Harvard ( 'ioulevard. south of 22(1 at.: Ilils Iji a snap, $6000. Ctoan corner, BOtitliwest corner Washlnfi-tcn and Oxford: 62x142; cheapest corner In tract: $4SOO. East front on Harvard boulevard, just north of Washington; ' 60x11!); $2200. Enst front on Westmoreland boule- vnr<l. <itst' north of Wniihlngloni EOx IS2. We will sell to. any ono who will. build right awn y for $2250. Buy clean corner, southwest corner of Western and Dorchester; 73x135; for only $3500.'. JAS. V. BALDWIN. ' 536-537-&3S Herman 'U-. Hellman BLDQ. Member- L, A. Realty Board. $50 Bowe $10 'a Month ... : ." -..FOR . ■ . Lets ii Be Sot© idg lts Enterprise and money transforming this beautiful locality into most de- sirable hoiiie sites. ■ . ' ™^~~™ ' / i U n usual Advantages All the advantages of the country right' in the city. Ten. minutes' ride. Three direct lines oi cars (two near- Ing completion); glorious view; every convenience: electricity, gas, ■iwat'fr. ..The best' improvements, in ■ streets. • . -• - :.' : ..■: . i.. 9900 to *2000. . ' Terms *.%O dnrrn, 910 a MnnlU. 6ee us about these lots now; we can srlve you' valuable ■ information' con- cerning their immediate future; ; Settlers' Investment Co. . -220 Citizens National Bank Bldg. Cor. Third and Main Streets. ; FREE EXCURSIONS : ;:;.... __TO—.. HOLLYWOOD From our office every day and every hour, fifty 50-foot choice residence lots facing on Gower, Acacia, Gordon aves.. the most choice and select property offered In . that beautiful city for the money, It Is nearest to the business center Including modern Improvements; 5 ft. cement walks, cement curbs, streets graded and oiled,- artesian water piped and a parkway to be planted in ornamen- tal trees between curbs and side- walks; there are only fifty lots left, so do not delay. »*/'! OUR PRICES- i . .-V • $550 to $«00 •_', On easy payments. and 60 per cent cheaper than similar property. Call at our office for tickets and maps and all Information. Our office open BUNt>AY all day to issue . free tickets. Bring' your friends nnd family out and com- pare out prices with those of other tracts. \" • ■ . - - • • ■ SEE! GRIDER' &- HAMILTON .■225 .West Second St. Onlr »WOO For .160 acres white pine timber: will exchange this for something in Los Angeles. Onlr IMOUO For an orange grove In line location: cloue to schools; walking distance it station; will exchange this for city property. ".' ■ AIIEL & MoKLLIGOTT, ,'.';>•■.'.' 611 South Broadway. FOR SALE-LOTB— $1001). each. Five lots in Angel*no Heights Tract, west of Douglas streat. » fronting on Sunset boulevard. Terms $100 cash, balance $10 per month. $500 Lots In Conners' Subdivision of Johannsen Tract. Kukv terms. ALLISON BARLOW. 217 South roadway, room 126. Phones-Home 403. Main 409. LOTS IN WHS'I'I.AKK DISTRICT Will soil for $3f>oo If taken at once. This price Is $1000 below value. ■J AIIKI, A McKLLIftOTT, ■.. ., . 611.80, Broadway. 1 | Orange Qroves ■ FOR SALE-SOME SPLENDID BAR- gains in orange groves. Buy now before owners reserve the crop. I have the most complete list of orange groves in the state. L, ' M. PRATT, «08 LHiighlln - Building. . "Headquarters for orange Proves. m ~ . ■ .v . , • I Beach Property FOR BALK— ON 3D ST., SANTA MON- lc;i; lot 50x150, with 2 cottages rented for/$B7 50 per month; price $8500; no othar lot on the street for less than $10,000. THOS. J. HAMPTON, 119 So. Broadway, L. A. it. B- FOR SALE Suburban Property Alhambra for Homes and Profits The C. & M. Tract. • Lots are ths best and cheapest In Alhambra at present price*. The lots are $100 un(l*f the market and with locations only two blocks from ear, and high school makes them very ' • . desirable. If you buy now you enn secura a. 11n« lot . with all street work In «t the low price of $450 and $500. Mayfeerry & . Myren Co. : Alhambra, Cal. Los Angeles office 625 S. Spring st. POIt IfIAGLB HOCK I,OTS f — See— UAI,Kt;n A. CiTaUK. Aaontn. Home phone 492 — through Olendala Exclvinge, office corner uf Central and Colorado oves, Enprle Rock. ACRES $275-ONLY 30 MINUTES PHOM lsi iilnl .unin. in mi very heart of beau- tiful San Gabriel valley; two car lines; finest land; abundance of water free to holders of land. This Is positively with- out an equal for a home or Investment. Residence lots In vicinity sell for $2000 per lot THE GREATER LOS ANOE- LBS REALTY CO., 423 Huntlngton hulic-llne, . FAR~~HALK-LOT 40x100 ON THE NEW KAOI.K ROCK CAR LINE INSIDE CITY LIMITS: STREET WORK ALL DONE. $813.00: J450 DOWN, BALANCK. $10 PER MONTH: ALSO ONE LOT. 40x160, $!>SO: $250 DOWN. BALANCE $10 PICK MONTH. ADDRESS BOX 3U HERALD OFFICE. YOU CAN NEVER BUY ALTADENA property cheaper thtin you can today. Prices arc low and bound to advan«"« steadily. . If interested see L. M. _PRA"lT,_floB_LauEhlin_B]dE. Business Property FOR SALE- The Northwest Corner 25th and Congress IMPROVED WITH 4 NEW HOUSES NEVER BEEN OCCUPIED 4 WILL EASILY RENT FOR 1110 PER MONTH — — . ONE BLOCK OFF W. ADAMS ST. "SOUTH 1 "E:JT— WELL LOCATED. . 2 CAR LINES OWNER SAYS~SELL FOR THIS IS A GOOD~INCOME INVEST- MENT AND IS CHEAP AT THE PRICE. Mines «5t Parish • 316 SOUTH HILL STREET ' SOLE AGENTS FORCED SALE ■ .' — WKST JEFFERSON •10-foot FronJ, .'-.•. V-* 0-room House '. • NEXT TO CORNER *■ ' $.woo . . - ■ ■ .iir.soo . A big business block will ,be erected next to this property at once on a lot sold for $110 a foot a month ago. Taking value of houso into consideration land Is about *><!'> per tout. This, you will see. is a lilk snap. You will have to ACT if you want this. ' . , B. F. GRAV, T2l Stimson Rider. Home 6718. . 3d and Spring. FOR SALE- ~. - ■ Are you looking for Factory or warehouse sites? No. restrictions; close In $25 per front foot, any frontage Close to Salt Lake railroad This in good enough to investigate. F. D. DA VIES, 1425 U, Ist st. or 4th and Clarence. ! Home 41378. . Boyle 1385 or Cfi7. BUSINESS PROPERTY ON SOUTH side of East Eighth street, $120 per front foot; adjoining property sold for $130 p*r foot; two cottages rented on It. THOMAS J. HAMPTON. 119 3. Broad- way. ■ « Country Property 30 ACRES; S-ROOJ&l HOUSE; LARGB barn and other btiimings: line pumping plant; 15 acres alfalfa, 35,tons*iay In barn; work horses; 18 head cattle (12 milch cows); . chickens, ducks; berrlea; walnuts; farming Implements, etc.; $15,000; terms; adjoins Oardcna. on car line. This is \a bargain. ADKINS & BAGIN, 322 Grant Bidg.; phones:- Sun- set Main 6448, Home'377B. FOR SALE— ~ 7. "V • The best alfalfa and fruit land In the state, on easy terms. If you will improve will give you your own tima to pay for it: pvices from $15 to per acre. Come in and see us or writs for particulars. ■ W. H. TOWNSEND, Colonization. Room 210, 702 South Spring St. '.■-. .-: Los Angeles. Cal. ■'■',> PHONE YOUR ADDRESS AND I'LL send you a booklet giving full particu- lars about the land at Hemet, River- side Co.; elevation lfiOO ft.; splendid soil; easily worked; $135 to $175 per acre. L. M. PRATT. 608 Laughlln Bldg., Main or Home 1109. . Beach Property— Long Beach $140 CasHi, $I_p Per-Montli These are residence lots In the North Long Beach tract. I Sightly location; well elevated; streets' graded and oiled; water piped to the lot. Either a horn* or Investment. It is worth investigation. Apply at ROOM 3)5-318 Douglas Bldg. ~ P ÜBLIC ADVERTISING ! Notlvv of Publlii Work Public notice Is hereby given that' at Its meeting hold on Monday, tho 4th day of June, 1908. the City Council of the City of Los Angeles adopted an . Ordinance. designated as Ordinance No. 12815 (New Series), declaring Us Intention to ordo* the following improvement to be made, to wit; ThSt HOLLISTER AVENUE, a public street of the City of Los Angeles,' be opened to a width pf CO feet between' Forty-second btreet and Santa Monte* ' avenue. < ■ Reference Is hereby ina.la to nit id Orel I. nance, on file in th« office of the City Clerk of said. City, for- further parties *'"■ BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.' JAMBS A. ANDERSON, President, ' 9.K-S0 lOt , » ■ ' '