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THE WEATHER
•. LCijANGKLEg, Nov. 9, IW*._
l"lm«,|Tn«ir. -|Hum. IWlnjjVlcy. | Wthr,,
r«rnr~sr*i & j a i « i cm*.
t.p.m.( «7 f <o [ W i 8 [.___________»
, Maximum temperatifre, S3.
> Minimum temperature* 53.
Weather Condition*
i Lob Angeles— Fair Saturday; light north
emit wind. _____^_
MARRIAGE LICENSES
CORY-BELCHKR-James Cory, aged 22,
■ a native of Ohio and resident of Lou
„ Angeles, and Vlda Belcher, aged 21, a
'■ native of Montana and resident of Los
HkStcii-'staNFFER— Elmer Rench, aged
; !W. a native of Indiana and resident of
| Los Angeles, and Uertha Stanffer. aged
. ' 27, a native of I'ennsylvanla and resl-
■ dent of Los Angeles.
S—John Mastern, aged
"H, a . native of Missouri and resident
of Los Angeles, and Eliza Keys, aged
: 87, a native of Illinois and resident of
Los Angeles.
D URON-RA YES— Leandro DuTon, aged
2 6. a native of California and resident
of Santa Monica, and Ant. mi.. Hayes,
aged 20, a native of California and resi-
dent - of ■ Sawtelle,
DAVIS-BOWMAN— James Davis, aged 22.
a native of Indiana and resident of
Lob Angeles, and Edna Bowman, aged
: 24, a native of West Virginia and resi-
dent of Loa Angeles,
HAMILTON-HOFKINS-Cyrus Hamll-
' ,< ton;* aged 31, .i native of California and
resident of Los Angeles, and Emma
Hopkins, aged 21, a native of Kansas
and resident of Los Angeles.
PALMER-CHARLES-Joel Palmer, aged
6 3, a native of Ohio and resident of
Los Angeles, and Sarah Charles, aged
■is. a native of Indiana and resident of
Los Angeles. . .• ,
BALLAH-COLLINS — Edward Ballah,
,aged 3 6,» native of California and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Candace Col-
lins, aged 27, a native of Kansas , and
resident of Los Angeles.
HODOES-BENNETT-AUen Hodges, aged
2 6. a native of Oregon and resident of
Lob Angeles, and Ethel Bennett, aged
1 8, a native of Nebraska and - resident
' " of " Los Angeles.
HARTFIELD-PATTKRSON — August
Hartfle.ld, aged 33, a native of Germany
■ ' - and resident of Los Angeles, and Clara
Patterson, aged 33, a native of Oregon
and resident of Los Angeles. ;
POROBICH-RADULOVICH— Po-
roblch, aged 33, a native of Austria
a.nd resident of Jackson, Cal., and Ca-
" iyeta Radulovich. aged 18, a native of
Austria and resident of Los Angeles.
BOSOUKSOARVEY — Louie Bosques,
aged 36, a native of California and resi-
• dent of ' Los Angeles, and Bertha Gar-
vey, aged 25, a native of California
and resident of Los Angeles.
NEGRETE-CRUEZ— Petronilo Negrete,
aged 23. a native of Mexico and resi-
,- dent of Los Angeles, . and ■' Trinidad
| Cruel, -aged 26, a native of Mexico and
resident of Los Angeles. '
W ALLEBON-FLEMING— Walle-
•, son, aged 21,. a native of Kansas and
resident of Los ' Angeles, and Fay Flem-
- ing, aged '23, a native of lowa and resi-
dent of Los "Angeles. •'•■• . .
TOOTH-MORROW-Walter Booth, aged
2 3; a native of New Mexico and resi-
dent of Morenel, Ariz., and Amy Mor-
■ ■, row, aged 21, a native of Connecticut
' .and .resident of LoS Angeles. , v.-.,-
" Peel- ft Chase Co., undertakers and
•mbalmerp: . lady assistants. 433 S. Hill.
.■■ Mnir fil.. —
Bresee Bros; Co.. Undertakers
' . Removed to SSS S. Fl«tuero« St. '
Lady (attendant. ' Private ambulance.
- Telephones: Main 243. Home 52667.
! ORR HINES & CO., Funeral Directors
Havr moved to (beir new building on
' > the N. K. cor. 10th and Flower
Both phones 65. Lady assistant
1 , =
FUNERAL NOTICE
■••■-; , .
VANDE WATER— Pied. November 8,
Mr*. Emma J. Vando Water of St.
Louis, Mo. Funeral Saturday, No-
vember 10, at a p. m.;' from -the resi-
dence of her sister. Mrs. Jud Saeger,
" 1029 Arapahoe street. Friends in-
'. ' ■.■."*" vit»d."*> Interment private. -
• ■ ... =
PERSONALS .:
MR. AND MRS. MARTIN HOULIHAN,
. East Dubuque, communicate with Thom-
as L. Winder, Lankershim block. Home
phone 53Mi.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
ELJSCTRI - TREATMENTS, OIL RUBS,
manicuring and scalp treatments. Have
■ you
i 'j---x; ...V.'. ■- ■ tried
„ ,".,,. them?
•Room 1, 610% S. SPRI. G ST.
THE. ALEXANDRA BATH AND MAS-
. Baga r parlors. Steam and vapor, oil
■ and " alcohol rubs. Hot salt tub baths
a specialty. No signs. 218 N. MAIN,
, rooms 14 and 15. Phone Bdway 5187.
SANITARY BATHS, SCIENTIFIC MAS-
B'age, . '.nervousness and rheumatism
; successfully treated. 618% S. SPRING
st., suite y. . Hours 9 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Open Sundays. . X . ■..-
THE LONDON MANICURE AND MAS-
" sage - parlor is- located at 141% N.
BROADWAY, parlor 6; select patron-
, age only. No sign. Formerly of 695
S . Spring st. • ; ■■„;■
INDIGESTION. NERVOUS DISEASES
and rheumatism cured without drugs.
Expert massage. Physicians' refer-
' ences. HARRIETT E. LAMB, 119%
S . Spring.
THE ONLY PALATIAL BATH PAR-
lors in the city for a first class bath,
•: massage and electric treatment. 127%
' ;.■ N. Bdway. 10 a. m. to 12 p. m. Open
- Sundays^ ■
PALATIAL BATHS-EASTERN- TRAIN-
ed operators. Formerly 127% N .Bdway;
now 126% N. SPRING ST. Hours 10 to
i 12.p, m. Tel. Home A 2423. . :.-^
. THE MITCHELL BATHS— VAPOR AND
steam, salt and electric tub baths,
I massage, alcohol and oil rub; open
! Sundays. 218 N. MAIN ST.. room 11.
YOU ARE NOT HURRIED WHEN YOU
go to 125 TEMPLE STREET for bath
•" and - massage. No signs in window.
1 Best of patronage solicited.
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE. 220 FRANKLIN
'St., room (..including baths, massage
and electric blanket, sweats for ma..
matUm.
'321 8. HILL ST., BATHS AND MAS-
sages for colds, rheumatism and ner-
•-. vousness. Hours 4 to 10 p. in. Bund—
!.■■ all day.
MANICURING. SHAMPOO, SCALP
I and face massage, equaled by few, ex-
celled by none. 553 S. BROADWAY,
• room 4.
THE KIMBERLV BATHS AND MAS-
. sage; new management. Select pat-
roniitfe solicited. 14U N. MAIN ST.
FOR A GOOD- ELECTRIC BLANKET
sweat, alcohol rub, hot soda bath. ._!*
W . Ist St.. room 4. Open Sundays.
SULPHU-MK, vapor, electric ami
tub bath*. maw age and chiropody.
; „701% S. BDWAY. Phone .Mini 3133.
'III! ROSENBERG— BATHS AND MAS-
sago, 809 W. Temple St., room 2. Homo
; ' ; A!iO7fi. . Formerly 127% N. Broadway
THE , PALACE MANICURING! AND
. massage parlors are now open. Hour*
./are 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.. , 707 S. Bdway.
FOR A GOOD HOT BATH AND MAB-
s age so to 1D24 S. MAIN. Hours, 10
to. 9. .Closed Sundays.
YOUNG LADS WOULD LIKE A FEW
■elect customers for manicuring. Call
' at 654 S. Hill st.
DR: MAUD HOLLKY. VACUUM J>E-
. .veloper. 243% H. Hprlng, room 3.
Phone 7340. '\ ■ .
FOR A, GOOD MANICURE OR I'ACMS
inaM-aKB cull at 141% N. BROADWAY.
Suite .13. ...,.■ . - , .
: NKWLY OI'ENKD AIA83AOI: I'AUU)HB
3 21 Temple st. Itouiu 3. Mourn 'i to 5.
- i.HOES REPAIRED
MEN OAK % BOLES. SKHTED/II: LA-
dl S a'. Vm. Factory Shoe Sture. SIS W. litli.
CHURCH NOTICES
CHRIST J^ R«t. ■•ker P. Ix,
Church i^^sV. Rhetor
Car. Uth and (| I 'Mr
Viewer |||| WELCOME!
Sunday services at 1) a, m. and 7:3t
p . m ; early celebration holy com-
munion on third Sunday and Saints
Day ■at 7:80 a. m. Strangers espe-
cially Invited. University cars pass
the door. Those desiring telenhon*
connection for "Shut-Ins telephone
7 912. Church physician at the church
every morning from 8:80 to 8:30.
B«rvlcea and medicine free to nil.
Church open dally for private prayer
• from 8 a. m. until 6 p. m. '
ST, PAUL'S PRO-CATHEDRAL. (123 8.
Olive street near the leading hotel I
the Hi v. .1. J. Wllklns, 1). D.. dean and
rector. Services 7:30 (Sunday school
9 :30) and 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Young
people's meeting 8:41) << m. The rec-
tor has returned and will preach.
Subjects: Morning, "Christianity nnil
Ethics:" evening, "After Election."
This church Is open dally to the resi-
dent, wayfarer and sojourn Come
ye' apart and rest awhile; StrnnKcrs
will please tarry for a moment after
any service to meet the clergy.
CHRIST CHURCH — CORNER 1 21
and Flower. Rev. Baker P. Leo. rec-
tor; Sunday services at 11 a. m. find
7 :80 p m.: early celebration holy com-
munion on third Sunday and Saints'
Day, nt 7:30 a. m. Strangers es-
pecially Invited. University car*
pass the door. Tliost desiring tele-
phone connections for "shut-Ins tele-
phone 7912. Church physician nt th- 1
- church every morning from 8:30 to
9 :30. Services and mec'lclno free to
all. Church open dally for prlvato
prayer from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
Hope street, near. Ninth. Seats free.
Rev. William Horace Day, D. D., pas-
tor. Rev. Warren F. Day, 1). D.. pas-
tor emeritus. Harry Clifford Lott,
choir master. Dean Walter F. Skeele,
organist. Morning service 11 o'clock,
Rev. Henry Kingman, D. D., of Clare-
mont will preach. Evening service
7 :30 o'clock. Mrs. M. E. Whittemore,
founder of the celebrated "Door of
Hope," New York, and fifty-seven
others will speak. '
PENIEL HALL, 227 SOUTH MAIN
street— A noonday prayer meeting Is
held each week day, 12 to I o'clock
Gospel meeting every night at 7:50 p.
m . Sunday services as follows: 9 a.
m., men's prayer meeting; 9:46. Sab
bath schcol 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 Q. B. Studd superin-
tendents of the mission. • •
ST. PAULS CATHEDRAL. 523 S. OLIVE
- street (near the leading hotels), the
Rev. J. J. Wilklno, D. D., dean and
rector. Services, 7:80 (Sunday school
6 :30) and 11:30 a. m., 7:80 p. m. Young
Peop' -. meeting,! 6:45 p. m. The rector
■ will preach, ■ morning subject, "Body
and Spin.;' 1 evening, "What Ought Re-
ligion to Do for Us?" The doors of
this church are always open .to all
sorts and conditions of men. Come ys
apart and rest awhile. All welcome.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCl-
e ntlst Simpson auditorium, 734 S. Hope
st. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p.
m.; sermon from the Christian Science
Quarterly. Subject, - "Mortals • and Im-
Mortals." Children's Sunday school 9:30
• a. -m. Wednesday evening meeting at
8 o'clock. Reading rooms, 610-511 Her-
man W. Hellman building, "Spring and
Fourth sts., open daily, Sunday except-
ed, from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH— ROB-
ert J. Burdette, pastor. Dedication
of the beautiful new auditorium for
religious rervice Sunday morning, nt
1. Evening service at 7:30. Topic
of morning sermon, "The Cycle of the
Temple;" evening, "Transformation
of Weakness Into Might" Music un-
der direction of Bruce Gordon Kings-
ley. Room for all and welcome for
all.
IMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
— Corner of Tenth and Figueroa
streets. Rev. Hugh K. Walker, D. D.,
the pastor, will preach tomorrow at
1 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Subjects:
Morning, "The Way of Establish-
ment;" evening. "The Inverted Field-
Glass." Strangers are cordially in-
vited to attend all the services of our
church.
ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 514
W . Adams, near Figueroa street. . Rev.
Lewis G. Morris, rector; Sunday ser-
vices, :30 a. m.. 11 a. m.. 6 p. m. This
is a FREE church and all are cordially
Invited. Take the Grand avenue car to
Adams street and walk one block west.
Take the University car to Chester
place, walk through Chester place and
one block fast on Adams street.
BENJAMIN FAY MILLS, PERMANENT
minister of the Los Angeles Fellow-
ship, will speak Sunday morning at
1 o'clock in Blanchard hall, deliver-
ing, by special request, his strong ad-
dress on "The Rise of the Common
People." Excellent music. ' Sunday
school at 9:30. Charles H. Mills,
superintendent. Everyone welcome.
REV. D. F. HOWE, PASTOR OF WEST-
lake Methodist Episcopal church, will
preach Sunday morning, 11:00 a. m., and
evening, 7:45. p. m. The public is cordl-
ally Invited Seats are free.
SANITARIUMS
MRS. M. HERBERT'S SANITARIUM -
Massage, baths of all kinds, newly
equipped with needle spray and shower;
Russian and Turkish baths a specialty:
chiropody, manicuring; scalp and facial
massage. 226% West Ist St. Home 3MW
NEW SANITARIUM. 629 S. BDWAIT.
Electric, vibratory massage, vapor,
alcohol and sulphume baths. Salt
glow manicuring, chiropody and face
massage. Phone 9532.
WANTED— STRONG WOMAN BE-
tween ages of 2G and 30 for massage
work at Mrs. Herbert's sanitarium,
25 V, WEST IST ST.
SOCIETY NOTICES
DR. ALZAMON IRA LUCAS, FOUNDER
and teacher of the philosophy of A
Limitless Life, a life lived SO long as
you desire in health ami happiness
wherein every thought, word and
deed Is expressive of love, truth and
wisdom every day on this earth, now
encamped at Santa Barbara, Cal., win
laclun under the auspices of Limit-
less Life, Los Angeles No. 1, In the
,hall 120»;-i Central .aye.. Monday
night. November 12, commencing at
8 :15 p. m. sharp. Subject, "Higher
Relationship."
Notc—Noe — No happy or unhappy mar-
ried couple nor chose contemplating
marriage should fall to be present.
Positively the first lecture of Its
kind, ever delivered in Lou Angeles.
Lawi original that will prevent the
separation, divorce or living in misery
problem solved. Young pi "i' l ' be-
twuen 6 and 16 years not admitted.
Written or oral questions solicited.
Proceeds to developing fund. Admis-
slim ':"».'. All well nine
6 PE.CIAL NOTICE?
CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLEAN-
ing Works clean carpets; upholster-
ing, repairing. 229 E. .til at. Phone
Main 716. Homa A 8254.
W ANTED-CABT OFF CLOTUINU,
hats and shoes; hUhest prices paid.
U< only. 517 W. 4th st Phone IMB
CLEAN WATCH. 60C; MAIN SPUINUS,
60c; warranted; old gold II l>wt 461
8. Main and 617 S. Spring.
EH. A. POLABKY, OPTICIAN, MOVED
to 317 W. Brd St.. suite 2 .mil 4.
PALMISTS AND _ M ED| UMa
Ltii GiU-iiN, rUIHVuKANI'. ii.di
new medium, gives llf« reading* dally,
test circles Wednesday evenings, I
o'clock. 260. Room It), 119^ 8 Hprlna at
MRS. PARK Lit 1.1 I.i a in.!-: PALMIST
end clairuymnt, 444 B. Billing; - room I
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMRER 10, lOOfi.
PHYSICIANS
t}R " AND~IS RsT^CAHTER SUCCRS^
fully treat nil female diseases «nd
Irregularltlea: 20 years' experience;
consultation free. Hour*. 9 n m. to I
p . m.; Sundays, 10 to 12 n. m. 104
MERCANTILE i ,ACB. over 64* H.
Pprlng.
DR. HAiqtt. REGISTERED PHYSICIAN
and surgeon, cures chronic, nervous
and genlto-urlnnry diseases ol im n
nnd woinpn. Consultation free In
person or by letter Room to Ilyrne
Bldg., 3D AND BROADWAY.
LADIES, THE SEVEN CAL SISTERS
Herbal Remedy Co., only reliable month-
ly regulator; never falls to relieve; gives
- universal satisfaction. 707 B. Rrnadway.
DR. nAHRENIHTRn. FEMALE DlS-
e n!^e^ monthly irregularities, stric-
ture, piles, blood, skin nnd private
diseases. 4 51» 8. BROADWAY.
DR. MKllllf i.l,. SPECIALIST— FEMALE
complaints, scientific methods, chronic
and private diseases — either sex.
206 H S. BDWAY.
THE ORIENT \i , MEDICAL TNBtT-
lnte. Rl4 B. r.th St., guarantees tq cure
chronic and nervous diseases of men;
consultation free, j
MUM LATTOU, SPECIALIST. AT, I,
forms female cilspnses; prompt relief;
advice free. 119 B. Spring St., rooms 27-28.
D R~TAYL6R—~ FT:MALE~BPEC"MLi3'I
and obstetrics BELASCO THEATER.
Main St. v t .
DR. LANE * CO., SPECIALISTS,' 330H
8. SPRING st , over Bants Fo offices.
DR. T. W. STONE. ATTENTION TO
diseases of women. 415 S. SPRING.
DR. OARRIBON CANCER TUMOH
specialist. 3. W. for 7th nnd Hill.
ATTORN EYS.AT.LAW
IT IS BETTER TO LET THE SKAHCII-
ikM l.nw nml Oollertloa coinpnny
collect your accounts than to wish
you had. Best references.
3 04 Severn nee 111.1k..
N . W. cor. , 6th and Main.- Phones
Home F3254. Bdway. 5201.
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWa A
specially. No fee without success. E.
P . MOREY. 521 Stlmson blk.. cor. 8.1
and Spring, Phone 6718. Open even-
lngs.
DIVORCE LAWS-ADVICE FREE; NO
fee without success; private. J. H.
SMITH, 122 W. Third St., room 221.
1 to 6 p. m. ;".'■■
LAW BUSINESS OF ALL KINDS.
COCTTRAN. BOS Bradbury Block. ■
DENTISTS
S CHIFFMAN DENTAL CO.,
1 07 N. Spring St.— Painless extracting,
filling, crown and bridge work, flex-
ible rubber plates. Pure gold fillings,
7 5c up; nil other fillings, 50c . up;
cleaning teeth, 50c up; gold crowns
and bridge work, $5.00 up; sets teeth,
$5.00 up. Also open evenings and Sun-
day forenoons. ■
DR. WM BACHMAN. DENTIST. FOR-
merly of Minneapolis, Is permanently
located at 209-10 Johnson Bldg.. 4th
and Broadway. Both phones.
DR. CICERO STEVENS"^ DENTIST,
suite 411-412 Lankershim bldg.
|.'RANK -BTF.VENB. 324 1 -, SO SPRING.'
BUSINESS PERSONALS
I HAVE $4000 TO TNVEST*wTT?rSER^
vices; will like to go in a business of
some kind. I am a young married
man itnd a goo 4 rustler. Address
BOX 377, Herald.
DR. MARY K. HL'TCHESON. NATURO
path and Vital Healer, successfully
treats all ailments without medicine.
Consultation free. 444^ S. SPRING.
KJjATHtiK PILLOWS RENOVATED AT
ACME FEATHER WORKS. 755 San
Pedro st. Tel. Sunset Main 116(;
Home RO4L .
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS, DEVEL-
opment and care of the body. MARY
E . SPEAR, 223 W. Second, room 213.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE —
Wholesale Cracker and Candy Route.
$2500, Including stock.
Has exclusive agency for' some of
the best known eastern manufactur-
ers and exclusive trade here. Profits
$200 a month net. 7-room warehouse
and barn leased at $18 a month. Fine
team, wagon and - harnc :s. Business
can be doubled by active man. Pres-
ent owner is sick and must sell.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
2 18 West Third st.
Investment Dept. No. 2.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
4 15-417-419 San Pedro St
Main office 324 South Main.
Phones Main 1117, Home 2154. 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.
SOCIETY NOTICES
"COSMOSOPHY OH THE FUTURE OF
Our Planet with Side-lights on Mod-
ern Mysticism," a free lecture by P.
R . Bellman in Symphony hall, 232 S.
Hill st, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Piano solo by Miss Marie Lumley and
vocal solo by Miss Claire Rue, late
soloist of the Church of the Unity.
Mtnnennolla. Minn.
PIANOS
PIANOS SOLD ON EASY PAYMENT3 —
Pianos rented at low rates. A. Q.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd.. lid
Winston st Tel. Black 2221; Home
" F" 31 89
UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS
BUY HERE AT FACTORY PRICES.
Big assortment. Umbrellas recovered
and made to order. 117 W. Fourth St.,
new Hellman building.
TEAMSTERS AND TRANSFERRING
FOR GENERAL HAULINO SIGNAL
Transfer, 119 Temple st. Both phones
. 1584 Estimates furnished.
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
HAZARD & HARPHAM, PIONEER
Agcy. Citizens Nat. Uk. bldg. Book
froa
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
COMPLETE SETS OF PLANS AND
specifications of beautiful buildings,
from tlu up J B Cook. It 281. 702 Spr.
CHIROPODISTS AND MANICURISTS
CORNS REMOVED :: ■ LADY QPiSß-
a tor. 321 Vj W. 4TII ST. open Suiulaya.
, LE.JAL NOTICES
Native of Annual Meeting
To the Stockholders of the Provident
Mutual Building Loan Association:
The annual ting of the stockhold-
ers of the Provident Mutual Building-
Loan association will be held at the of-
fice of the asHoclation 135 South Broad
way, Los Angeles, i il.. on Tuesday, the
20th of November, I'jOli, at 7:30 o clock
in iii. evening, for the purpose of elect-
lng directors and for the transaction oi
such other business as may properly
come before the meeting. ly order ol ■
I. W. HLINN, President.
. 1 M. HUNTER, Secretary.
1-6-20 Ibt (
Sealed proposals will be received at
office of Treasurer Pacitlc branch, N. H.
Ii V. §„ Soldiers' Home. l.ua Angeles
county, Cal., until v: o'clock, m., No-
vember U. l'Ji'o. and then opened, for
furnishing and delivery of supplies un-
der current expenses, subsistence and
household, in accordance . with Instruc-
tions and rpeclticutloiiß, copies of which,
with I.l, ink proposals and other informa-
tion, may be hud upon application to T.
j . Cochrane, treasurer.
WANTEO
Help— Mala
s quare"'dealing
HAS placed US AT
A T HEAD
Marts' Efflployiicit
■ . • Agency
1 25 E. Second St.
P<-|nnre dealing has placed us nt lien.l
We solicit your orders for first i laas
help, we make a specialty of domestic
help, such as man and wife, coachmen,
gardeners, etc. For female help we ex-
cel; have a competent lady In charge
of that branch.
D O NOT FORGET
OUR JAPANESE BRANCH
We furnish experienced Jhpnnesj
help on short notice, Mr. F. Kusu,
our Japanese manager, will care for
your wants.
MARKS
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
MALE DEPARTMENT.
1 25 E. SECOND
Sunset Mnln ii;:..
Home A.-,»II7.
FEMALE DEPARTMENT
2 15 W.~Fourth St.
Sunset Main 431; Home A 4158.
RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AfIENCY,
1l Knit Second Street.
We rospectfully solicit your orders
for help nt all times, we furnish select
help of nil kinds on short notice. Our
boards are well stocked with order
of nil descriptions. Drop in nnd ace
what we have to offer: we will treat
you quite different: ask our patrons,
they are our reference ns to our abil-
ity and efficiency in selecting help
•nnd also the treatment we are Riving
them. We open early. Call and see
us. Main 8820, A 7680.
NTED or koT HELP
lA\si:\ EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
C . W. JENKS & CO.. 204 East Sec-
ond street, Los Angeles, Cal. Both
phones: Home 383. Main 383.
Carefully selected male and female
help of all descriptions and nationali-
ties, furnished promptly.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO..
, —EMPLOYMENT AGENTS—
A strictly flrat-class. reliable agency.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
• Your ord«rp solicited.
16-118 East Second street.
Between Main nnd Los Angeles street*.
Largest and best equipped offices 00
the Pacific coast. •
HtTMMKL BROS, A CO..
18 and 118 E. 2d St
Telephones— Mntn 609.
Home 509
BOY WANTED— A GOOD OPENING
for an energetic boy and a chance to
learn business methods. 'Short hours
and good pay. Need not Interfere with
school duties. Steady work all win-
ter. Apply between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m.,
3 05 South Spring street.
8 00 MEN. 214 N. BROADWAY. HAT
factory, save you $2 to $7, remodeling
your old hat like new, 50c up.
MKN TO I.F.ARN BARBER TRADE,
situations guaranteed MOLER SYS-
TEM COLLEGE. 118 E. ML
Help— Female
YOUNG WOMEN WANTING ' GOOD
paying positions In home town can
learn how to secure them by address-
lng HAL SNYDER CO., Centruy bldg.,
Denver, Colo. _ _ v;•
WANTED-BRIGHT YOUNG LADY AS
candy demonstrator. BOX 375. Herald.
To Purchase — Real Estate
WANTED TO MODERN 7 OR 8
room house, southwest or Hollywood,
about $6000; will put In new six-room
bungalow worth $4500, balance cash.
_jos^E ! _DAX IS '.. 718 -Es' _Jl!! d
To Rent
WANTED—
-i— ALL OWNERS -
—OF RENTAL PROPRRTY— .
TO KNOW THAT WE—
DO A RENTAL BUSINESS—
-DON T WORRY
—IT" YOU WANT A TENANT—
—LI YOUR PROPERTY—
WITH US
MINKS A l'-\iiisil,
8 15 SOUTH HILL STREET.
T O LET— "
3 20-acre mountain stock ranch;
nicely located; good water' and feed;
1 00 acres under cultivation; plenty of
tools and buildings; stock for sale;
good lease on place. Address BOX
2 34, Santa Ana, Cal.
Money
W ANTED-$1260, $2500. $4000, 5 YEARS. *
SIDDALL. 207 Copp Bldg.
Miscellaneous
WANTED— BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. If you are goln*
to sell we will pay you one-third
more than others; - Phone us. Main
117. Home 2154. COLYEAR FUK-
NITURE CO 322 8 Main St.
MONEY TO LOAN
W E MAKE LOANS ON FURNITURE,
pianos, hordes, wagons, carriages, cat-
tle, UC.I without removal truiti your
possession. >
Loans also made to salaried persona
on plain note without Indorser or pub-
licity. Lowest rates in town.
FIDELITY LOAN CO..
5 29 Mason building.
26 West fourth »t., cor. Broadway.
Home phone 7421. Tfroadway 5171
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without ludorisers; easy payment.!,
pos"lv. ' • lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to
6 :30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.,
lib-ti.'J Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES
for building, or on Improved city
property or in good outside towns on
a new deflnte contract or limited
payment plan of Installment pay-
ments. Interest decreases each month
as you pay. STATE MUTUAL BUILD-
ING AND LOAN ASSN., 107 S. Bdway.
* MONEY TO LOAN.
Large or small amounts on personal
property or good security; imyininu
to suit. THBO. J. \Vi:i,K. 418 Amer-
lcan Nat. Bank Tel. 6102. .
MONEY TO LOAN ~~
1 500 to $10,000 on Improved city
property. ALLISON BARLOW, 217
B. Broadway, rooms 123. 124. 125, 12».
MuNEV TO LOAN-THOMAS 8 WADd-
WORTH. 31!* & 320 Douglas bldg.. will
Und money co city or county real u»-
Ute. j
T O LOAN-JEWELRY LOAN CO.. ON
diuimin is, jewelry, etc. 328 B.
Spring room It.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-ON^npROADWAY CAR LABI"
evening about 10:30, small purse contain-
lng |1., In money anil a diamond ling
ami wedding ring. Finder will be ill,
erally i.-wai'i.ud. Return to 439 Savoy.
Tol. Broadway 2784.
FOR RENT
Store. «nd Office*
T O LKT— STORKS—
$25—1013 K. flth.
$20—1001 K. 9 th.
$17 — 1003 R 9th
$100—701 W. -in.
$25— 2104-06 Knot Bth.
$1B — 2.109 Knst »th.
$15—2311 Rust tith.
T . WIKSKiNDANOKR.
Suite 312, 207 8. Broadway.
FREE RUNT TO .TAN NKW STORKS,
181 .iS_E : _?5UllU l1 cor. Slauson .Tune, ear line.
■ House*
two-stoiiy Monrtniv HOI IK. sbvbi*.
rooms, mortem nnd np-lii-d;i t e In rver»
rspeed thin Is on Knst Kith St., only
ii fen lilnckn in Mnln. t.nt In 4<txlO2)
9 4,100, «ln«o « nith, bnlnnce to null.
Nln**rnnm linnm 1 IVfc-Mnryi very
Pholrc nn<l vi.-i.-d.-ii.-i lot 40*M0|
price 9,1.1001 $1,100 mun, hnlnnri* to
suit. Thin In n very impiilnr neigh-
I .( .rimed nlmi.
Here's n iinn.l.v It-ronm tttinicntnnr,
nil liiirilivixiil floors, pnnrlrd dining
room nnil r<-lll»K"l lot 10*1.10. 'Mil"
In strictly it-*lfii«* nml n r.Kiilnr
p ort* ilrrntnl prlec sn2,*o, «500 mull,
I. ii I, in. far. per month.
Vl\f rnotn* m-nr Slh It, I lot *n.l2s
to nllrj. Thin rnn he bought for
S IB.X).
Four mom* on Vlvnrn.lo at. l lot r.O
it 100. We nre Klvlnw thin limit nt
$ I. Mill.
For Ihi-M- nnd others nrp our IM*i
J . G. FLEENOR CO.,
Itnom 12. 41BH ■< Multi SI.
Notice— We nrc not In nny wn.v ron-
nerleil with lie honk nl.ii-.-. our offices
iirr nt top of llrnl stnlrs.
HOUSES TO LET
Westlake
District.
7 26 Lake street, between
Seventh and Eighth streets,
commencing November 15,
9 or 10-room modern resi-
dences.
the McCarthy company
2 03 North Broadway
— Home 8737, Main 1202
$15; WATER PAID: 5 ROOMS; BATH;
keys nt 1629 B, 2i!th st., Slauson cars;
$25 payments buys cottage.
Furnished Apartments
FOR $12.60 A MONT H~Y"OU~CAN RENT""
housekeeping apartment, furnished
complete, ■ i range, phone, bath, elec-
trlcitv. 536 Crocker st.. 911 Diamond
St., 1141 W. Ist St., 1020 Colton St.. 221
N . Figueroa. $15, 1133 W. Ist, 204-212-
2 18-222 N. Fremont, 150 N. Reairdry, 1003
and 1011, E. 9th, 712 Ceres, 334 S. Figue-
roa. 812 W. 4th, 1028 XV. Ist. $16, 6
rooms unfurnished at 1011% and 1015% ,
Diamond st. New location, walking
. distance, $25. These apartments are
new, nice, modern.
T . WIESENDANGER,
Room 312,
207 South Broadway.
Rooms — Furnished
FOR $20 A MONTH YOU CAN RENT
an outside room beautifully fur-
nished, new, with elegnnt hotel ser-
vice; steam heat, at 705 WEST 7TH
■ ST. ,
1 511 WEST PICO, COR. HOPE— NEW
furnished outside, rooms; reasonable;
walking distance.
i . V J FOR SALE ■ _
' Houses • ' -' ■ ■ '.■,.
SEE US FOR BUNGALOWS
Only $800 cash, $25 per month.
A beauty, with fine wide porch ex-
tending across front of the house; quar-
ter-sawed oak floors, beamed ceilings,
plate rail and paneled dining room with
very handsome buffet. Very fine select-
ed ground wood work in Flemish oak.
Only $3100.
Another at $2500.
$500 Cash, $25 per month
Is a pretty little north front bunga-
low with five rooms, cement porch and
pillars and dark wood fixtures, in the
desirable southwest section.
Only $3500— Six rooms.
Beautiful modern cottage, close in
On 17th, near Union,
I tICK i: GRIMES AMI MAURICE
ALEXANDER,
Room 19, 205 W. sth St.
: . v-*'r! Opposite Alexandria hotel.
FOR SALE- ~~~
ARE YOU LOOKINCI~FOR A BARGAIN?
$3700
Jefferson st. frontage. Within one
block of Main, which Is the longest
street In the city, and will take you to
the great San Pedro harbor. You can
secure a lot 50x150, Improved with a
new and modern six-room cottage.
Only $3700 and now renting for $30
per month.
Within two blocks either way are
in operation six of the best car lines
of the city. Including the Redondo
line.
T . I . O'BRIEN,
Jefferson a,nrt Main.
South 2276. Home 25338.
FOR SALE— ~ •
$2600
5-ROOM BUNGALOW
Situated within twelve minutes to
business part of city on four car lines.
Mission style, large 'living room,
fireplace; best plumbing.
Large level lot, garden and flowers;
cement curb and sidewalk.
Telephone owner, Homo C 1052, or
. address BOX 191, Herald.
FOR SALE-
6-room cottage on lot 60x125; bnth. toi-
let, mantel, etc.; price $1860; $100 cash,
balance $20 per month. '
. Jx room _' Hi-story, lot B0xlK8; price 52375;
$500 cash, balance $25 per month.
New 6-room cottage "on lot 50x175,
Highland Park: price $2500: $500 cash.
Now 6-r. im bungalow; lot 50x150; price
$3500; $500 cash, balance monthly.
E . G. DEVENS,
i 27 Laughlin Bldg., 315 S. Broadway.
$4300. $2000 CASH, HAL STRAIGHT
l oan; modern residence, 8
rooms: furnace heat, west front; lot
50x118, Harvard boulevard. This
would be a bargain at $5000.
$1500, $200 down. $1.". per month:
new 4-room bungalow; 2 lots i: :. xx 1 4d4 d
.■aril; street work done and paid;
bearing fruit and walnut trees; ' East
88th st. near Loner Beach line, 5c car
fare. ■
GULDEN WHIT lUSAI.TY CO.,
Uuoiii 711, «;r«i«.»«- lIIiIk.
T«'l. BnMUtWIII !MU7. , ■ ..','
L OOK! THINK I ACTI ~
ARLINGTON lIIOiaiITS.
n -HOO.U COTTAGE.
PBICB MMO. won i ii $.1100.
This property Is located on „ high
ground, near cars; all conveniences;
tinted walls; built-in buffet; porcelain
bath, etc. THIS la an UNUSUAL
SNAP. Hurry if you want it. Partic-
ulars from
I 11. V. UHAY,
tUli HllniDoa BlJsr- Home 871 S.
. SOME BARGAINS
One 4-roofh bungalow, $!HH); terms.
One 4-room house, Poineroy st., $1230;
terms.
One 4-rocm cottage, Ualiahl st., $1250,
$100 cash, balance $10 per month.
ll(lillhl,t\ Hot I.I: lll>. INV. <>„
Tel Boyle 1543. 2'itW Brooklyn aye.
FOR SALE
House'
FOR BALK-HANDSOME 7-ROOM BtiN-
S ßlow; a perfect, well built house, In
choice southwest section; hardwood
f loors; elegant pr« "■•-•. .1 brick fireplace
Mi.l mantel: splendid buffet; beam cell-
i tr«; paneled wainscoting; 2 toilets;
every convenience; lawn In large lot,
fenced; cement walk nnd steps; close to
car lines ami a bargain nt $«0d; ensy
term- PITTBHITRO lIBAL ESTATE
CO., 811-11) l.nugliHn nirig,
FOR BALK-MUBT~*LrcAVR FOR T,ON-
non December l nnd will sell mo i hand-
some P-romq bungalow.
• '■"MI'I.KiKI.V I- I 'IiXISIMiH
Everything Just no' It stnrcls. Price
$4500; was offered $1750 for house, alone.
J . R. .m • i.i pon<, v
Both phones. "04 Grant BM|,
$1200 SPOT CASH, 4 ROOMS; BRAND
» now.
' Ot,ASnY. 2r,th, for. Sinuson .Titn. mis.
$2500 CASH BUYS TWO COTTAGES
rented $26. 11. E. SIDDALU 207 Copp
bldg.
2 115 COURT, NKAR ALVAKADO; bTo i
lot, 6 rooms, $2850; $50 down.
City Lots am Lands
Hollywood
Free Excursions
r Mrt fi'^rT* our office nt <n
times. Thirty choice residence
lot*, fflClnH on APHdn. CJorrlon
nnd Locust streets. The m»«t
choice and select property In
thnt beautiful elty for tho
money. The lots fire situated
with n crnnd view of the 'oo*.-
hills nnd mountains nnd the
ndvnntnges of an orenr. breeze,
with the rooltna; effects In th«
slimmer nnd the protection of
the foothills during the win-
ter The Improvements nre of
the best with flvo-foot cement
walks and cement curbs,
streets nre prrnded nnil riled.
• pnrltwny to be planted with
ornamental trees In front of
every lot Purr artesian wa-
ter piped In the ■streets, all
lota have 60 feet frontage.
Prices $550 to $650 ■
On easy payments nml fifty
per cent cheaper than similar
property. Terms each. • $51)
cash. $10 per month. Our of-
fice open
, • - _ All Day Sumdlay
To Issue free tickets* linns
your friends nnd family out to
look < vcr our property, then
compare our prices with those
of similar trncts. Call at our
office for tickets, mapi ana all
Information.
GrMer & Hamiltoi
25 W, ' Second St.
NADEAU'S PIONEER
HOME TRACT
This beautiful tract adjoins Hunt-
lngtonI Ington park, also- the famous Cudahy
ranch. ■* < ■
Fronts on Florence aye.
Lffilts $3©©
' -Bsidhi.,-; .■;,
$10 CASH *
$10 PER MONTH
NADEAU "
NADEAU ■ • :'
NADEAU
This Is positively the best value in
the vicinity.
Call early and get a choice lot.
N&deatui Realty Co.
Phone Main 5470. 227 Ilrysun Blk.
Cor. Second and Spring-.
Office open Sumlnya until 12t30.
FREE FOR ALL
Special free car all this week and
till next Tuesday noon to
THE TlUnKini CO,
FLORENCE
HEIGHTS
TRACT XV
Car leaves Second street hourly
over the Redondo-Gardena line. Stop
car "anywhere and get on. Our name
and banners designate the car.
*
SNAPS.
____
O* the Eagle Rock car line, near the
Huntington new car shops.
INSIDE CITY LIMITS.
Two lots 40x100. nil improvements. $550.00
each, $D 15.00 down, balance $10.00 per
month.
Two lots 40x1(10, with' Improvements.
$925.00 each. $290.00 down, balance $10.00
per month.
Address OWNER, Box A 23, Herald of-
flce.
O N EAST ADAMS STREET
I have one lot left.
4 0x125
This Is fast becoming a manufac-
turing district and will soon bo
clashed as business property.
Buy now and double your money
later.
Will sell now for
$1000
. Come In orrtt see me Monday and let
me explain particulars unit 'term*
THIS IS A BARGAIN
. Bar Btlmson. ■ ■ l "rt'.'
FOR K.IUI.H MOCK LOTS
— tile—
WAI.KKII A (I. AUK. Agent*.
Home phone 492 — through Qlendal*
Exchange, Office corner of Central
and Colorado avea. Uarle Rock.
WANTED- WE . WANT KVKHY ONE
to know we have moved our offices to
3 14 and 315 Severance bld»., cor. litli
and Main. and«re In a position to
save our clients • more money than
in the paßt. •' ><
I.KAIIV A SON.
Cor. Bth and' Main, rooms 314-15, ■
Beverdiicu 1.1. 1k ________
FOB SAI.I-;
HOY i.i: hi Hi his
Corner lot 60x180; room house,
chicken fence, and bouses This Is v
snap at $650; can be hud $75 cash. bal-
ance $10 per month.
JOS. I). ii.* vis,.
, i7lB Fay Hldg.
FOR HAI..K— A SNAP; HOT 40x135 ON
south Bide, of 62d St.; • Btreet work
done; between 2 car i linen. .' Must be
Bold at ■ once. Easy- terms. .Call at
1 507 K. 62D ST. any time. • '
■-■ • ■ 1
FOR 9ALE
City Lota and Lands
Imoneta !
AVEJTOK
Home ..Tract -
Free Excursions
start from our offices at all times.
1 00
(hold- RMMtttl
LOTS
I 'nclnß on Mnnftn nvr., Mnnntnln
View, Pnlfinvttlfl nnd Ilimlnnii nvr"
nil<*«, ' .Knrnlrplni iirivr, m.-in..
; linnlpvnrd nnil Mllln •(.
Tile most rholre. n,nd viect prop
erty In the southwest. The lots nr-
situated with a
(.mini Vlctt of Die Mnnntnlnn.
$375—
to $700, Including nil modern Im-
provements. Our terms are
$50 I $10
CASH PER MONTH
Office* open nil ilny Sunilny
to Issue free tickets. Bring your
friends nnil family out to look over
our property, then compare our
prices with those of similar trncts.
Call at OUT offices for tickets, maps
and nil Information.
GRIDER-WOOLNER CO.,
10 S. llronilviii v
BURKE BROS.,
4 38 S. Spring St.
FOR SALE—
$450
Bargain, if Sold Within 10 Days
This price is $150 less than adjoin-
ing lots are selling for.
' 50x133
HIGHLAND VILLA TRACT
One block from East First St. car line.
Have one other lot In same tract to
be sold for $600. Small payment
down, balance $12.50 per month.
OWNER, Home telephone CIOG2. Or
address BOX 190, Herald. ■
WESTMINSTER SQUARE
THE NEW WEiTLAKE DISTRICT
This magnificent now residence
tract Is located at the southwest cor-
ner of Fourth and Western aye.
Western avenue extends from the
ocean to the mountains. The lots
will be highly Improved — palm
trees planted, etc. Two elecnrit
houses now being planned, others
will quickly follow. Car line In
course of construction will - run
through tract. Water Is assured.
This property MUST advance. Buy
now and get the first pick of lots and
reap big profits.
ALTHOUSE BROS..
Members L. A. Realty Board,
„ 214 Lauahlln Bid*. _.
■ ■Main »63. ■ »-y;.&,,r1.;<.«a0«8« Bx. Ml. 1 -; ; .f35
See those high-grade low-priced *
lots in the
McCarthy company's
•< - ' florence
HEIGHTS
TRACT
Special Free Private Car With
Banners on Redondo-Gar-
dena Line — Twenty
Minutes' Ride.
full hAl.li-i-Ul'!*-
$ lOOO each. Five lots In Angelina
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. Easy terms.
ALLISON BARLOW,
2 17 South roadwny, room 126.
P hone.s—H ome 409. Main 409.
FOR SALE-! LOTS ON TENNESSEE
st. north of 9th, making 72 feet front-
age. Will take $7500 per front foot.
This is $25 per front foot less than any-
thing in the vicinity. Owner wants
the money. THUS. J. HAMPTON, 119
S . Broadway. L. A, R. B.
8 0-FT. APARTMENT OR HOTEL SITE.
6 25 lioomts, bet. 6th and Orange. See
owner. '
Country Property
SUCCESS
FOLLOWS THE FARMER
On the Laguna de Tache grant, a
new subdivision of 10,000 acres to I
choose from. You can buy 10 acres — I
2 0 acres — 40 acres — or any amount I
you want. Prices low. Terms easi- I
est on record. This land is located in I
Fresno and Kings counties, In the I
heart of the greatest general farming I
and fruit section in California.
< KINGS RIVER
WATER RIGHTS
WITH EVERY ACRE
We have put over 4000 people on
these lands, They are making money
dairying, general Harming, stock and ,
hog raising, vegetables, fruits and I
grapes. If you are looking for first-
class land at reasonable prices It will
pay you to Investigate this. Excur-
sions to the property from Los Ange-
les every Tuesday night. ■- ■■'„.• ■"■
Coinu to lecture illustrated .with
stereoptlcon views in our office every
Monday evening at 8 o'clock. :- '
Write for descriptive pamphlet or
call on
NARES & SAUNDERS
1 35 South Ilroiidway.
- % - ■ ~ _-_^' \
A T HEMET A MAN RECENTLY GOT I
$1100 for his crop of spring potatoes f
off ii acres; that's nearly $200 an acre. *
and he ..in grow a fall crop on. the
same land; that's making money
pretty Cast better look Into those
ii, in. t 10-acre tracts before they
nil sold. Send for booklet, or see l«, I
M . I'HATT, agent Hemet Land Co., j
60Jg_Laughlln Hldg. ■
Live Stock— Horses. Mules, Cattl*
"" oowa « in vi- ' • „
All milking; Glendale Electrlo Un* I
and city limits. WHITMORB DAIRY.
Suburban Property J «
Kin; ALT/ DWNA PROPKKTY OF ANjT
kind vee 1,, m. I'H.vrr, 608 Laughlf .
Hldg., or Altadena office at end of cl
line! . i v ,

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