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MARRIAGE LICENSES
OROHNERT-NOHMAN-Alfred F. GroW
mil aged '-'• nntlvn of Germany and
resident of Long l!< n h. nnil Hertha 1.
Norman, aged il3, nntlve of Ohio and a
resident of Long Death.
mESTON-VVILLTAMSON - Thomas C.
Preston, aged i:,. nutlve of Illinois and
. resident of Oak Park, .mil Alice C Wil-
liamson, aged 34, native of West Vir-
tin and resident of Los Angeles.
(JOLtNO-OIOtA-John B. Online, flge'l 24,
native of n ily and resident of Gallup,
N . M., and Louisa Olola, flged 24, natlvo
of Italy hi .1 resident of Los Angelen.
( JILfION-linßLEY—John— John Ollaon, a pel 74.
native of Massachusetts and resident of
Oroton, Mass., and Anna M. Hurley,
aged W, native of Pennsylvania and a
resident of Pasadena.
■CHAEFER PBARCE I. '■ Shne-
fcr, aged "ii native of Missouri, and
Jessie Pearcc, aged i.. native of Indi-
ana; both residents of Long Heach.
PIERCE-SPICER-Wnlter i. Pierce .
Herri '7 native of Kansas, and Nellie
E Snlcer. aged 16, native of Missouri;
both residents ot Long Beach,
LANE-REQtTA—Wm. W. Lac, ;■■■,■ .1 21,
native of California, and Marj D.
Itequa, flged 10, native of Minnesota;
both residents of San Diego.
N JBBEN-GOODWIN—J uIius M. .Vision
niti'd 2!), native of Pennsylvania and a
resident of Los Angeled, and Anne
Goodwin, aged 28, native of Tennessee
and resident of Pasadena.
CARPKNTER-LARSEN— Andy Carpen-
ter, aged 22, natlvo of California, and
Effle Larsen, aged 19, native of Ne-
braska; both residents of Orange. '
FUNERAL NOTICE
FLOOD — Andy P. Flood, aged 88 years, in
Los Angeles, Dec. 27, 1900. The funeral
■ will be held at his late residence, 1451
Ban Pedro street, Saturday at 2 o'clock.
Friends Invited.
Peel & Chaso Co.. undertakers and
embalmerr' lady assistants. 433 9. Hill.
Tel. Mai:: A,
l ORR & EDWARDS CO.
Successors of On- & nines Co., Funeral
Directors.
Corner Tenth nnd Flower Sin.
Mnln fir.. Home FIH7I. Lady assistant.
SANITARIUMS
MRS. M. HERBERT'S SANITARIUM-
Massace, baths of all kinds, newly
equipped with needle spray and shower;
Russian and Turkish baths a specialty;
chiropody, manicuring; scalp and facial
massage 225H Wast Ist at. Home 3509.
TUB, vapor AND SULPHUME BATHS.
massage, vibratory treatments for rheu-
matism, nervous debility; manicuring,
face and srnln. (i"o',t, S. IV way. Tel. 0532.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
fSWLT^SpSN^D— ~TH E "r"O SE NN B E H(3
Institute, SO9 Temple St., cor Broad.-
way. Baths, massage, magnetic and
electric treatments. Expert trained
operators. Hours 9 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Homo phone A 5076.
INDIGESTION, NERVOUS DISEASES
and rheumatism cured without drugs.
Expert massage. Physicians' refer-
ences. HARRIETT E. LAMB. 119*4
S . Sprlnir. Home phone A 6130.
.YOU ARE NOT HURRIED WHEN YOU
go to 125 TEMPLE STREET for bath
nnd massage. No signs In window.
Best of patronage solicited.
PALATIAL BATHS; EASTERN TRAIN-
j ed operators. Formerly 1271& N. Bdway.;
J now 126V4 N. SPRING ST. Hours 10 to
1 2 p. m. Tel. Home A 2423.
— ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANK-
tin St., room 6, Including baths, mas-
eagre and electric blanket, sweats for
. rheumatism.
I HYGIENIC TREATMENT AND CARE
of the body, by experienced masseuse.
7 40 S. SPRING ST. Rooms 1 and 2. No
signs. ' •
EULPHUME. VAPOR. ELECTRIC AND
tub baths, massage and chiropody.
701 V. S. nbWAY. Phone Main 3133.
BOSTON ELEC. INSTITUTE— ELEC-
tfO invlgorator for rheumatism, nerv-
ousness. R. 21, ground floor 757 Main.
vYbration.'alcohol, oil massage,
shampooing, face and scalp treatments;
hours 10 to 10. 264 E. FIFTH, room 5.
LEWIS PARLORS. SUGGESTIVE
vltaop&thy, chiropody, electric and mag-
netic massage. 207 N. Bdway. room 202.
MANICURING PARLORS FOR LADIES
end gentlemen; popular prices and satis-
. faction given. Room 1, 610V4 S. Spring.
LONDON MANICURE AND MASSAGE
parlors. Nubian perfumed treatment.
1 41% N. Broadway, parlor «. Select.
ALDA BATHS-VAPOR, MASSAGE, OIL
rubs; attendant just from Chicago, a.l
TEMPLE ST.. room 3.
L DR. MAUD HOLLEY, VACUUM DE-
f. veloper. 245 Vi S. Spring, room 3.
Phone 7340.
"newly opened manicuring par-
lors at 1300% So. Main. Homo phone
8 5256.
DENTISTS
B CHIFFMAN DENTAL CO.. '
1 07 N. Spring St.— Painless extract-
ing, filling, crown and bridge work,
flexible rubber pinto. Pure gold (111-
lngs 75c up; all other fillings. 50c
up; cleaning teeth, 60c up; gold
crowns and bridge work, $5.00 up; sets
teeth, $5.00 Op. Also open evenings
I and Sunday forenoons.
DR. WM. BACHMAN, DENTIST, FOR*-
inerly of Minneapolis, Is permanently
located at 209-10 Johnson Bids.. 4th
and Broadway. Both phones.
DR. .KLISUKENSTjiaNTDIJNTIST, 132 N.
Broadway, -'horpe bldg. Free treatment
until Jan. Ist. Open evenings and Sun-
days.
D R CICERO STEVENS, DENTIST,
suite 411-412 Lankershlm bids.
FRANK STEVENS. 324',;. SO. HritlNO.
MINING AND ASSAYING^
COPPER COPPER GOP
If interested, send i cents in stamps
for Standard Copper News, containing
complete engineers' reports, maps, as-
says, etc.. or the Jeruma Verde Copper
company, adjoins Senator Clark's Great
United Verde. The stock la absolutely
Suaranteed. Addicts THE GENERAL
Securities Co.. suite 3os. Pacific
■ Kl«otrl« liiril.llim. |,o a Angeles. __
TRANSFER AND "AGES
4 14-U7-419 San Pedro Hi. {J "
Main office in South Main.
Phones Main 1117, Uom* 2154. New and
■ baohitely flr« proof storage; private
locked rooma for bric-a-brac, pianos.
fine furniture, etc. Trunks, boxes, etc..
stored, 25c to 50c pur month. We solicit
ynnr nalrorum
A TTORNEYB.AT.LAW
M AHIiIAUU AND PftOHA/TB LAWa A
specialty No fee without success
E . P. MORIS Y. 681 Btlmson I,lk c"i
M and Spring. Phon« 6718. Open
»v»nlnc».
P UBINEB3 OPPORTUNITIES
I "OH BALK i:V (UVNKK.T^OOOD
paying buaineits, or will -. ii „ half in.
l»rest. Call m once. l-j.H K. FIRST ST.
T JEAMSTERB AND TRANSFERRING
FOR OBNKHAI. IiAII.IN(i. SIQNAii
Tranafar. 11} T«mpla »i. Ootb plioues
UI4. ]2«tlmat*i furnished.
CHURCH NOTICES
CHRIST 1 NT. Inker fAM,
CHURCH (tsbk " 9 '
C*r.tathan4 ll'i/fl
ri.w.r lr|| WELCOME!
Sunday scrvlrcs at 11 n. m. m d 7:30 p.
m.; onrly Icbrßtlon holy communion
on third Sunday nnd Saints' !>ny at 7:30
a. m. StiniiKcrs peclally Invited. Uni-
versity cars push tho door. Those desir-
ing telephone connection for "Shut-Ins"
i /'lppluine 7012. Church phvslrlnn nt the
church cvi i ... morning from 8:30 to SO.
Services and medicine free to sit.
' him open dally for private prayer
from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m.
ST. i'aii, |.Rn r i i .i- \i. 523 R
'•live si,,, ! Tim Very Rev. ,T. .1. Wll-
klns, I), D.. il.-an m.l rector. Sun
flflJJ lifter ChrlstiTiii.s, December 30:
Holy communion 7:30 a. in.. Sunday
school 9:30 i. in., morning prnyer and
sermon 11 a. in., young people's meet-
ing ■• IS p. m., evening prayer nnd
1 mon 7:30 p. m. In the morning
the nt. Rev, .1. IT. Johnson, D, D.,
bishop of the ,ii, „■,.*.,. of Los Angeles,
will preach. The BurfttP, the Rpv. I/.
M . Idlomnn, in the evening, .mi tire
welcome. Stranger* are Invited iii
tarry a few momenta tifter nervier to
meet the clergy. On Monday evening
nt 8 lock, December 31, there will
be a social gathering In the parish
house followed by holy communion nt
midnight In the prn-cnthedinl. All
member* of the congregation and
their friends are cordially Invited to
be present. ..■. .
TEMPLK BAPTIST CHURCH. "TEM-
pie Auditorium," corner Fifth and
Olive. Preaching at ii a. m. and 7:30
p . m. by I'asti.r Robert J. Burdette.
Bruoe Gordon Klngaley, musical direc-
tor | Topic of morning sermon, "The
<>l and ihe New." Evening sermon,
" i /Now Year Rummage Bale." Mrs.
alter Raymond will sing nt the
morning service. Come early ami
hear the New year chimes on the
great Austin orc«n. Last Sunday
evening a thousand people were
turned away, bill there Is room and
welcome for all who come early.
IMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner of Tenth and Figueroa
streets. Rev. Hugh K. Walker. D. D.,
the pastor, will preach tomorrow at 11
o'clock a. m. and at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
Subjects: morning, "The Interpreta-
tion and Measure of a Man's Life;"
evening, "The House That We Built."
The chorus will assist the quartet In
tho evening service. Strangers are
especially invited to attend the ser-
vices of our church.
PENIEL HALL. 227 SOUTH MAIN
streett — 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; 9:4!".. 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.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH—
Hope street, near Ninth. Seats free.
Rev. William Horace Day, D. D., pas-
tor. Rev. Warren P. Day. D. D., pas-
tor emeritus. Harry Clifford Lott,
choir master. Dean Walter F. Skeele,
organist. Morning service 11 o'clock.
The pastor will preach on "The In-
vestment of Self." Evening service
7 :30 o'clock. The pastor will preach
a watch-night sermon.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIEN*
tlst— Simpson auditorium, 731 S. Hope
street. Services Sunady 11 a. m. and 8
p . m. ; sermon from the Christian Sci-
ence Quarterly. Subject, "God." Chil-
dren's Sunday schqol 9:30 a. m.; Wednes-
cray evening meeting at 8 o'clock. Read-
lng rooms 510-11 Herman W. Hellman
building. Spring and Fourth streets,
open dally, Sundays excepted, from 9 a.
in. to 6 p. m. • .
BT. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 514
W . Adams, near Figueroa street. Rev.
Lewis G. Morris, rector; Sunday ser-
vices, 7:30 a. m., 11 a. m., 5 p. m. This
Is a FREE church and nil are cordi-
ally lnylted. Take the Grand avenue
car to Adams street and walk one
block west. Take the University car
to Chester place, walk through Ches-
ter place and one block east on
Adams street.
BENJAMIN FAY MILLS, PERMANENT
minister of the Loa Angeles Fellow-
ship, will deliver a, special New Year
sermon at Blanchard hall at 11 o'clock
Sunday morning. His subject will be,
"A New Year's Message, a Program
for 1907." Strangers and friends are
cordially Invited.
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. Beata are free.
PHYSICIANS '
Cancers and Tumors Cured
With Liquid. Powder, Salve or Plaster
as the ease most needs. Treatments the
best, safest and least painful known.
No knife, no blood, no danger. Visit
us for proof. Prices always reasonable.
CALIFORNIA CANCER CURE
7 .11 Wnt lOlh SI.
M . L. HUCKINS, M. D., Mgr.
Phone West 2169.
DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCESS-
f uIIy treat all female diseases and
Irregularleles, 20 years' experience;
consultation free. Hours 9 a m to
8 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. 204
MERCANTILE PLACE, over 543 3.
Spring.
D X. HAIGH, REGISTERED PHYSICIAN
and surgeon, cures chronic nervous
and genlto-urinary diseases of men
and women. Consultation free in
person or by letter. Room 340 Byrne
Bldg., 3D AND BROADWAY.
DR. BAHRENKIIRG. FEMALE Dis-
eases, monthly irregulurlties. stric-
ture, plies, blood, skin nnd private
diseases. 455 S. BP.OADWA Y.
OK. MERRILL. SPECIALIST—
complaints, scientific methods, chronic
and private diseases — sex.
2 0«V4 S. BDWAY.
DR. BONESTEELVI22B S. HILL, CURES
rheumatism, neuralgia and chronic du-
eases by electrical vibration; no drusi;
Consultation free.
the" ORIENTAL medical INiTl-
t ute, 314 E. 6th St.. guarantees to cure
chronic and nervous diseases of men;
consultation free. ■ /: s
MRS. LATYOU. SPECIALIST. ATI
forms female diseases; prompt relief;
•dvlce free. 319 8. Spring St.. rooms 27-28.
DR. ~f AY LG FEMALE " ualisl
nnd obstetric*. HKLASCO THEATEII,
Main it.
DR. LANE & CO.. SPECIALISTS. S3OH
S . SPRINO ST.. over Santa Fe offices.
DR. T. W. STONE. ATTENTION TO
d lscßKew of women 41BH S SPRING.
SPECIAL NOTICES
CALIFORM \ BTH LM C uwi.t CLBAN-
lng Works clean carpets; upholster-
ing, repairing. 239 E. 4th st. Phone
Main 715. Home A 5254.
d EHfIIV i>li - A. I'OLASKV, oculist and
T Hbo**ii'''»' l'l'-a'ted lv years' experience,
CfiS^now located nt 317 W. Bd. Ex-
qnilnatlon tree. Sunset Phone M. 6011.
CLEAN WATCH. 60C; MAIN 8PRINO?.
f.ue; warranted; old gold 51 pwt. 451
p Mull) :ui.l r, 17 B Spring.
SOCIETY NOT|CEB
"TRIAL- MUtltlAciE i AS ' ADVOOATIit)
by Mrs Parsons," an address by Jos.
V Morlarty. the Irish orator, poet and
wit, before the Progresoive club in
Symphony hull, tit South Hill street,
Sunday, December 23, at 8 o'clock.
General discussion nd excellent vocal
mid iiiiiiiilal iniiMlc. Free.
SHOES REPAIhED
MKN'ii OAK ! BULKS, BEWED. 11. LA-
dlen' 70c. Factory bho« Stuiu $13 W. *.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2Q. IQOfi.
WANTED
Help— Male RUH
EXCELLENT* OPENING FOR
TWO EXPERIENCED
MALE STENOGRAPHERS
WITH STREET RAILWAY
COMPANY IN SAN FRAN-
CISCO. ADDRESS, GIVING
AGE, PREVIOUS EXPE-
RIENCE, SALARY IX
PECTED, ETC.,
POSTOFFICE BOX 502,
San Francisco, Cal.
iii.n moM
i -.mim.im >i|.:\!' AORJiCY
ne||,il,l,. help of .ill kinds furnished
on short notice: no order too small or
too large for as to handle.
Hundreds of employers in Los An-
pcles peak highly of our methods,
We WOUld be glad to have you call on
us for your help.
We 1,:, , ,. large lists nil tho time for
those that want work and are willing
workers. A square deal to the work-
lng man and woman all the time has
given us first position In tho Los An-
gi i. a employment Held.
Glance over the following list: come
early and go to work. Plenty of
good positions' on our lists. Come
and bog US,
RED CROSS
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
i.ii Baal Second *tm-t.
Mnln ss;>(». Rone A 7650.
-MARKS' 5 T~
EMPLOYMENT v
AGENCY
iHn l<* Depnrltnent 123 I?. Second St .
Between Main and Los Angeles Sts.
Phones: Homo A 5647, Sunset Main 465.
I 'I'liiiilr llfiim 11 •
2 15% W. Fourth St.. room 3.
Home phone A 4158. Main 431.
All classes of help furnished, hotels,
restaurants, lodging houses.
Foreign department — A specialty:
Mexican, Japanese, Italian, French,
etc., furnished on short notice.
MUTUAL
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
2 00 S. I, us Angrlrn Street.
l irniiilwny 483.-.. Rome A3OSD.
Perfectly reliable. Help of nil creed
and nationality furnished free of
charge.
WORKINGMEN
We have a large list to select from.
Drop in and see us. Get a job. We
will help those that help themselves.
Don't make the shoemaker rich look-
ing for work; see us. /
WIMTCT^ YOUR PIC! D
n r J ouDEns or r
I lii 11 ILJI/ fob 1! ILLI
la,\m:.\ 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^ .
1 — EMPLOYMENT AGENTS —
A strictly first-class, reliable agency.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
16-118 East Second street,
Between Main and Los Angeles sts.
Largest and best equipped offices
on the Pacific coast.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.,
16 and 118 E. 2d St.
Telephones — 509.
Home 509.
WANTED— LIVELY, RELIABLE BOYS
with bikes to carry Herald routes.
If not afiaid of getting wet, see
MANSFIELD. Herald Circulation
Dept.
5 00 MEN WANTED, 214 N. BROADWAY,
bat factory, save you $2 to $5 remod-
eling your old hat like new; f>oc up.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE.
Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS-
TEM COLLEGE. 113 E. 2d.
WANTED TO EMPLOY EXPERT IN
buying and selling real estate. 747 SO.
MAIN ST.
DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 519 S. Main.
Help — Female
WANTED— LADY TO learn nursing
with salary from first; must be fine ap-
pearing, well educated; about 30; well
recommended and no incumbrance. 747
SOUTH MAIN ST.
WANTED — LADY PHYSICIAN TO
learn typewriting; be correspondent and
hospital physician. 747 S. MAIN ST.
H elp Male and Female
WANTED— PARTY TO SELL $2 ASBES-
tos coal oil burning bricks; sample $1.
AGENT. 207 Copp bldg.
To Rent
WANTED—
ALL OWNERS
TO KNOW THAT WE—
• DO A RENTAL BUSINESS—
DON'T WORRY
—IF YOU WANT A TENANT—
LIST YOUR PROPERTY-—
WITH lIS— -
M IXES A FA II IS If,
3 15 SOUTH HILL STREET.
Miscellaneous
W ANTKIi-TO inrY FURNITUHB AND
household goods. If you are goln<
to sell we will pay you one-third
more thnn others. Thin* us. Mala
117. Horn.- 2154. COLYEAR FUli-
NITTTRE CO.. 322 3. Main St.
Live Stock
WANTED TO BUY— HIGH HEADED
black or dark bay bone; must be good
traveler anil penile. 717 S. MAIN ST.
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
DR? iTru?KNT~cnTATHToTAmr^
ness medium, elves life readings dally;
test circles Wed. evg»., 8 o'clock 250.
Room 16, 1 1 1) ',-j S. Spring St.
MRS. PARKER. KELIAHI.H PALMIST
ond clairvoyant. 444 S. Spring, room 1.
PERSONALS
LATSn3sT~'DRr La FRANoS ! ir**SSSP
pound; safe, speedy regulator; ISO.
Druggists or mall. Booklet free. Di
LaFnANCO,_Phlladelphla, Pa.
D PI.I .AU |.'l|."l\ Hal Store. 618 S. Main.
PIANOS
PiANOS Sill. ll SJj i)A.SV lA YMKN'I ri '•
Pianos rented nt low rates. A. Q.
OARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd.. 113
Winston it. Tel. Black 2281. Home
Falsa. m
COLLECTION AGENCIEB
I h.\ I- WintliY! SKK BKAKCHLJQHT
Collection Co, about your bad bills.
8 04 Sevelaiie.- HlttS.
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
hakaKu UAiU'iIAM, fIONJCBR
Awcy. Citisens Nat. 13k. bids. iluu«
tree.
FOR RENT
HWIMI
FOR RKNT-$l«-4-ROOM NKW COT-
tage. oecond house ii th of \Vnbn«h
on i"»»i pi. I" of (Jannhl street, or will
sell for $liiOO; terms $16 cash, tin month,
including Interest.
$40— 9-rocm modern hou«ft, 217 Ronth
neaudry, or will sell for $10,000; term*,
$100 cash, $100 a month, Including Inter-
est.
$Jo— 11-room house 818 West 14th st.
ALLISON HAHLOW, If. S. Uroadway,
room 124. Phone* Mflln 409J Home AKO9I.
$10: 4 ROOMS; 115, 6 ROOMB; MlN-
t horn, 1542 K. Adams; Hooper car line.
$14, 4 ROOMi. $1U.,0~0N1 U .,0~ON PAYMENTS,
Belflln, inn R. 26th; cor. Slntison ear.
COTTAdKS, 110, $13. WATER PAID.
_GLABIIY, 26th.^f or Blauson ear line.
Stores and Offices
FOR RKNT STORKB -
Jinn 701 Wenl Bovpnth street.
$25—2104-06 East Ninth street.
$15— 1(113 Enst Ninth street.
|1S 230 D Knst Ninth street.
l i:. 2311 Knßt Nil -.I street.
$15—1122 Enst Hcv.-lllli Mrnct.
$15—1017 West First (reel
T . i i:s|.;NliAN<!Klt. :i it S. nrondwny.
FREE RENT TO .lAN. NEW STORRS.
HIS E. 2Bth, cor. Blauson June, car lln».
Rooms — Furnished
FOR $1 A DAY YOU CAN RENT AN
, outside room beautifully furnished;
now. with clcffant hotel service;
_ steam heat, nt 70.'. W, 7TII ST.
FOR RENT-TWO OR THREE FURN-
lshrd rooms for bonsek. eplntr, In new,
modern home. Phono ClO2O. 3311 N.
(MUFFIN AVI.:. ; '
MONEY TO LOAN
we "mXke^loans'on' 'furnitukb'
pianos, horses, wagons, carriages,,
cattle, etc., without removal from
your possession.
Loans also made to salaried per-
sons on plain note without lndorscr
or publicity. Lowest rates In .town.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
5 20 Mason Building,
8 26 West Fourth St., cor Broadway.
Homo phone 7421. Uroadway 5171.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without Indorsers; easy payments,
fnrl'.lvr 1 - lowest rates. Hours lo:30 to
: 30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT 'JO.,
C 2B-629 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES
for building or on Improved city prop-
erty, on a new, definite contract plan;
number of payments limited to 111
months at $13 per month per $1000; In-
terest decr«asel each month. STATE
MUTUAL B. & L. ASSN., 107 S. Broad-
way.
MONEY TO LOAN— SIOOO OK MORE UN
improved city property. ALLISON
BARLOW, 213 S. Broadway, room 124.
Phones Main 409; Home A 5031.
MONEY TO LOAN — THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 319 & 320 Douglas bldg.,
will lend money on city or county
real estate.
T O LOAN-JEWELRY LOAN CO., ON
diamonds, Jewelry. etc. 328 >& S.
Spring, room 12.
W E LOAN MONEY TO SALARIED PEO-
pie; confidential. Mutual Trust Co., 421
Bullard h!k.
GROCERIES
A. S. FIRSICH'S I GROCERY. FORMER-
I y at 328 W. sth St., Is now located at
6 34 W. Pico st. Goods always the
best at right prices. Prompt dellv-
ery. Both phones.
UMBRELLAS AN GLOVE MAKERS
BUY HKRIi AT X'ACTORY PRICED
Bis assortment. Umbrellas recovered
and made to order. 117 W. Fourth at.,
new Hellman building.
NESS PERSONALS
FEATHER PILLOWS RENOVATED AT
ACME FEATHER WORKS. 758 San
Pedro st. Tel. Sunset Main 1166;
Home 8041. 1
CHIMNEY SWEEPS
CHIMNEY SWEEP — BROADWAY 4450.
FOR BALE
Houses
FOR SALE —
$3500 $3500
In the University district, a nicely
furnished modern house, with 6 very
large rooms, porcelain bath; nice
screen porch, with stationary wash
tubs; largo barn. This Is a gem,
near Figueroa, and only $3500.
T . L,. O'HIUKIV * CO.,
Jefferson and Main streets.
Both phones.
BARGAIN.
OWNER LEAVING CITY.
J' $2750.
A new modern 5-room cottage,
cement sidewalk, curb, granite street,
sewer, large lot. lawn fenced and
barn. See owner at 1230 E. 50TH ST.,
one block east of Central ave., .or tele-
phone South 4015. Terms.
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FOR SALE—
C -room cottage with bath, toilet, man-
tel, etc.; lot f.0x125; price $1850; $100 cash,
balance .*_'■> per month.
4-room California house with live lots,
2 blocks from car line; price $3000; yi
cash.
E . G.~DEVENS.
27 Laughlln bldg., 315 South Broadway.
FOR HALE— TIIK BUST BARGAIN IN
Redlanda, 14-room house, all fur-
nished new and modern; lot 70x120.
This Is on Olive street and you can get
this below the market price if sold
within the next two weeks. This Is
good. LOOK IT UP.
BTROTHBH A. l.l.<l(. ,
3 21! Qrosse Bldg.,
S . E. cor, 6th and Spring sts.
KOH SAL 10 —
1 6-room modern flats, near the Salt
Lake new shops. Furnished and
rented: always full. Can be rented
singly or en suite.
Brings in $115 per month.
$0750 all told. Surely this Is a snap.
IN 11. DA VI
1 480 B. Flrnt •!•
Home 41378. Boyle 1385.
FOR FALF ,T2OO_IT~s"cHEAP.
1100 [T'B CHEAP.
Will build house In the northwest. 4
large rooms,
J 3SU CASH AND $15 MONTHLY.
Lot 60x150; close to cars.
j . R. MACLINTOCK.
7 04 Qrant building.
$26 DOWN. $25 MONTHLY, 4 ROOMS,
new, $1600. IIELDIN, 1629 E. 26th. cor.
Blauson car line. ,
$20 DOWN, $20 MO.; $1600. 4 ROOMS.
Mlnthorn. 1542 E. Adams. Hooper car.
$2700; $1500 CASH, - COTTAGES RENT
ed $«._ SipDALL. 2W Copp building.
| B in iWN, i MONTHLY, 4 ROOM*.
$2000; keys 1842 E. Adams. I loop. cara.
1 721 K. 318 T. NEAR BLAUBON OAR
Hue; 6 im- barn; new; $3000; $100 down.
( 2500, fISOO CASH: 8 COTTAGES. RENT-
.■d. $211. BIDDALL, 207 Copp blda
HOUSE. 7 ROOMS! TO lIW MOVED
ortMot. Want offor. MAIN 4071.
FOR SALE
Houses
5-ROOM
BUNGALOW
M l«l»n «(vlr. itnlrA wall*, Inrorr
living r«M»m, flr^plncc, rnnniHril nml
nleli<-l nltimhlna: \nrmr- lr\r\ lot. «»r-
<l*n nnil flower*, fcnr<-,i| chicken run
1 2 ft. by 40 '«•> crmrn« «l.lirriitU«
nnil •'iirlix, oiled air***, Inrnleil nil*-
n'tlf hln. Iv from the umi I iwiulf fin
lioulc vnrfl, (I p^nl mr ffnrr, twelve
tnlnn«f«' ride to bfisln<>m pnr« of <•!(
Price $2700,
Also one lot In (lir lllohl-in.l Vllln
I rnol nlthln one block nl 4he Hunt
lr«t Mire* mr line for SlltO,
\ llilrr»» o\v\i;il. Hot ITS. llcrnld
office, nr telephone Ilntne CIOS3.
COTTAOKS, UTOMBi AM) nonMllVn
liotisnn
For fuile on rimy terms nnil nt lott-
c *l prices lor enah. l''mni (he hum-
Mr 'J-r.Mini linnne lipnrnril In the linnk-
fr'« iiinnxlnn. we nre nhie nt nil time*
In supply nil (li-ninniU. il.pri'xrnllnu
over no nlTli'm we Mll|i|il.v you with
nlmt j.xi «nnl. or sell mlhil .yon hnvr
•nil.kiT limn nil iillht«. liny or lint
"Illi UN.
J . G. FLEENOR & CO.
Mnln oilier—
iiiii:. S. Spring, upNtnlrn, suite I I- IT,.
Ilinneh Office—
41IH 8. Mnln, ■■pi.lnlrß. suite 13.
Mnln Hunt, Mnln MM, Home F81 33.
FOR BALK
O\ KING STIIKKT,
m:\ii I'li'O RTRBHT,
$3400. t-1400.
A now nnd up-to-date (•room COl
tai?p; has oak BOOM, built-in buffet,
mantel and fireplace, jrns and electric
lßbt; lawn nnd flowers. This is a
went bargain! only half block from
Pico st. cars. Terms $500 easli and
balance $35 per month. Including in-
terest.
,i6m?s * BVDBR I, AMI CO.,
21 Went Third Street.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL SIX-ROOM
bungalow, southwest; large living and
dining rooms, beam ceilings, oak Boors,
built-in book cases, writing desk and
buffet; massive fireplace and mantel; 3
bedrooms and bath In white enamel;
cabinet kitchen, 2 laundry tubs; 50-foot
fenced and terraced lot. Price $4250;
terms. If you want something finer
than Others see It.
P ITTSTHJRG REAL ESTATE C 0.-
, - -1 5 Laiißhlln building.
START TUB NKW YE.VII HIGIIT
By purchasing this beautiful 5-room
bungalow in university district; mis-
sion style; everything modern and
must be sold by Jan. 1. Price $2500.
You can suit yourself about terms. I
make a specialty of bargains and have
severnl that will pay you to investi-
gate.
J . S. SPKNCKTI, JR..
Main 4413. 217 Grant bldg.
i )23 COURT, NEAR ALVARADO;
Temple cars; 5 rms. $2350; $50 down.
$20 DOWN, $20 MONTHLY, 4 ROOMS*
1 542 13. 25th; Slaugon car line.
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALE-
BARGAIN
$450
This price Is $160 less than adjoin-
lns lota are selling tor.
5 0x133
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 51 2.50 per month.
OWNER, Home telephone CIOSJ. Or
address BOX 190. Herald. ... ■■•.:.?.,»•;.
O N EAST ADAMS STREET
I have 'one lot left
4 0x125
This Is fast becoming a manufac-
turing district and will soon bo
classed as business property.
• Buy now and double your money
later.
Will sell now for
Come In and see me Monday and let
me explain particulars and terms.
THIS IS A BARGAIN
BOX 400.- Herald.
FOR .SAI.R
Vacant, 8 lots 25x107 each; east
front. New Hampshire near 12lh; $600
each; $25 down, $10 per mo.
Lot 50x200; west front, Western
a ye. near Washington; $2500. terms
If desired.
Fine eoi'ncr 100x200, Western aye.
near Pico; all street work done and
paid; $6000; terms.
Fine corner, Normandie south of
Washington; 02x140 to alley; $1500;
terms.
GOLDEN WEST REAI/TY CO.,
711 Orosse Bldg.
l IIGH~GRADE
The rains prove it. No mud; per-
fect drainage.
the McCarthy co.s
florence
HEIGHTS
TRACT . ; -:.
Come see. Call or phone to main
office, 203 North Broadway phones
Main 1202, Home 8737, and we will
take you out— free ride — no obliga-
tion.
a'choice corner
IN
EUCLID HEIGHTS
Two fine lots at northeast corner
of Hollenbeck and Orme avenues.
Directly on new Seventh street car
line.
For terms see
SAMUEL J. HARRIS.
Corner Euclid and Btephenson ayes.
A 810 BARGAIN
O N WEST WASHINGTON STREET.
Lot 105x176 feet.
Fine for stores or tlats.
We can deliver this lot at below
the market. One of the best buys in
the city. Commission to agents.
AOMB lIKAI.TY CO. (Inc.)
Offices 127-8 Qrosse Bldg., tith and
Spring Sts. : • *...
FOR BALE 8 LOTS~SOxISO EACH. ON
the southeast corner of 16th and Ari-
v.uiiii, Santa Monica, one block from the
car line and In the center of Immediate
contemplated Improvements. Price $1650;
$550 cash, balance on terms. This Is the
cheapest buy in Santa Monica. THUS
J . HAMPTON. 205-6 Mason Opera
house. L. A. R. B.
VOIt SAl.i;—
Four bruutirul Inla on the Enisle
Itoek car Hue, nclir llimtliiit luu'a ■■<■«
•hi Imru* ami liimliU* <>| (lie city limits
nt a hiiruiiln. OWaer need* the uiuury.
Aililre»» BOX lit, ll.rnln,
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Suburban Property
VOlt KAUI.IO HOCK LOTS
~Bee- —
WAIiKBB .V CI.AIIK, Aorenta.
Home phone 482, Bun ioI Flora 3141.
through di. udaie Exchange. Office
corner .if Central and Colorado ayes.,
end of Eagle Rock car line.
Tract two blocks south.
AI.TAI>I£!\AI ---— -
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For property in this pretty PHua-
di'iia foothill wuhurh see 1,. m. I'll A'rr
A I'll., lion UiiiKhlin bid*., or Allu-
dena office at end of car line
FOR SALE
Suburban Property— Hollywood
.
FOR BAT,B— FURNISHED. tlOlXT-
w nod «wHI home; * cony room*, hand
dfoornted, very convenient, modern
thrmißhout; lot Krt*lso; 1 Work from rar;
JiiKt on Ideal plnce to step Into without
any worry. Price $4000.
JOS. i:. DAI
A2m - 7 " Fay bld «-
Business Property
llcrr In ft ftnnil Invnlmrnt. Buy
Imiirnvr.l liu«lnr»-. property. Inrn<?il
nppoitltr ol.i river Mfltlnn, cornrr Snn
Trrnnnil" nmi Ann *<«.i Imprnvcil with
n M-rniini loiii^lns hotiar, tnvlnm on
Finn Irnmnili. at,, nnil o 4>rnnm cot- I
Inter fn. Inn mii Ann xt.. both rrntni. I
I. of 6O«13O ft. This mint be sold *<
AddrVnn lini-vr.li. 1030 8. Olive St.
Him* phone i«.-.hw.
FOB SALE —
A lot on West First St., near Bel-
niont; 80-ft. front, hack to an alley;
fronting south; price
$2onn
THOS. J. HAMPTON
2 O. r )-li Mnson opera house.
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Country Property
FOR BALE — VALENCIA ORANMI3
grove of 10 ricres, nt Bnn TMmnK, two-
thirds Valencia!, balance navrls; trees
8 years old; line locution. Price for
quirk snip $10,000. 1.. M. PRATT *
CO., (108 Laußhlln Bld(r ; "Hendqunr-
tors for Oranße Orovos."
FOR HA I, IO— TIMBER LANDS— UK A VI-
LY TUIHRRKD I, ANUS IN OREGON.
WASHINGTON AND CALIFORNIA IN
LARGE on SMALL TRACTS.
Sr<- Hi S. MATTISSON 4 CO..
6 18 WEST HIXTII ST. ..OS ANOELE3.
Country Property Lake County
FRISK INFORMATION ON NAPA, 80-
nnin. Marln, Mendoclno and Lake conn-
ties; lectures dally nt Chamber of Com-
m erce. Francis Hope, 222 8. Spring st.
Orange Groves
1 .. M. PHATT, 608 LAUGHLIN BLDQ.
"Headquarters for Orange Groves."
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
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FOR SALE
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I have • beautiful upright
piano that must be sold at
once- This la a new Inntru-
ment and linn a 10-ycnr Kiinr-
antee. The price la within
your reach. It la much lea*
than the actual coat. Ton can
Bet more Information by ad-
dressing;
BOX IBS. Herald Office.
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FOITSALE^
KINGSBURY PIANO
A T HALF COST PRICE
New upright, lovely toned Instrument,
In perfect condition; truaranteod for ten
This will make a beautiful Christmas
piesent at a cost that cannot be dupli-
cated.
See this piar.o at the music store and
m a" me an offer for the one I have.
Address BOX 175, Herald.
F OX SA ' :— NEW AND SKCUND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; bar fixtures
of all kinds; easy payments. Send for 1
catalogue. THE BRUNSWICK-
BALKK-COLLENDER CO.. 331 West
Third street. Los Angeles.
FOR ■ SALE— HIGH GRADE
square piano; decided bargain if sold
■ at once. 1150% CENTRAL.
YOU CAN .BUY HOOD PIANOS AT LOW
prices at F. W. KRINGEL'S, 845 S.
Spring. Tuning ana repairing. Broad- I
way 2688. Home F8126.
ASBESTOS COALOIL BRICKS. *2; SAM-
ple $1; cheaper than wood or coal.
AGENT, 207 Copp bids.
OWNER WILL SACRIFICE A CHlCK-
e rlng piano In best condition. Address |
HOX 187. Herald office.
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
McDonald & stutt.
' (09 to 317 Lankershlm Building.
T O BUY.
Owners and dca!«rs in real estate
who have properties for sale or ex-
change will find It decidedly to their |
advantage to come in and have a talk
with us.
We can handle property located In
any part of ta>u United States. East-
ern property a specialty.
We have the best trader In the
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 us.
McDonald & STOTT.
Entrance 312 Lankershlm Bldg.
Home Phone 4748.
Sunset Main 4550. '
BEN
. Will Exchange
your property, immense bargains, ap-
ply at once. Satisfaction and quick
results. Member .Realty Board. 804-*
BUY BON BLOCK, Sd and Spring sis.
E XCHANGE-J7COO; 3 HOUSES, RENTED
$50; equity J6UOO; want land or lots. II
1 0. SIPPAI.I., :'O7 Copp bldg. Main 4074.
LEGAL NOTICEB
NOT lifa OF SHAREHOLDERS' m"eKT^
Ing— The regular annual meeting of ths
shareholders of iliu Nutlonul Bank of
Commerce In Lob Angeles, for the elec-
tion of directors and for the transaction
of auch other business m may coma De-
fore the meeting, will be held at its
banking office, northeast corner Sixth and
Spring streets, in the city of Los Antti-
leu, county of Los Angeles, state of Cali-
fornia, on Tueidav, th« Mb day of Janu-
ary, 1907, .11 8 o'clock p. m.
Polls will be open from 10 o'clock a. m.
until 4 o'clock p. in. of that day.
liy order of in,! board of directors.
I 'HAiU.ICS tO\yiNO. Cashier.
IV xl .311 V
Everything you want you will find In
tin* clasuliiod page. On« cent a word. I
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8 08 B. Hill. Hnmr f«ftO. Mnln 290%.
7O22£iCTt3?g~*lneee Cqilege In
lar 053-8-7 W. 7»H (H.
Bmrnm^ for Sate
c TirWiJnJaSftß Lot, Central Arl
♦ Wl^MilTHvV Inert. Heights,
*'j"*\ft'jjWirT | \ ..vi'.n. stands 2
♦*B»^^^ . ft. above side-
walk. Must bo sold this week. Worth
$1500; will be worth $2000 In three
months. Bncrlflce equity of $960 for
$600 ensh. BDWIN Ai.nisnsoiv, 201 -20»
Laughlln Illilg.
EDUCATIONAL *i
S PANISITIJISSONa GIVKN BT^BX^
perlenced Spanish teacher. Ti>l«phon«
Home C 1053. or address BOX 111.
Herald.
LEGAL NOTICES .
\..ile.. nf Stockholder*' Meeting
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of Manhattan Bay-
Ir.gs bank, for the election of director*
and for the transaction of such other
business as may come before the meeting,
will be held at Its banking office, north-
east corner Sixth and Spring streets. In
the city of Los Angeles, county of Los
Angeles, state of California, on Tuesday,
the Mh day of January, 11107, at 8:30
o'clock p. m.
By order of the board of director*.
CHARLES EWINO, Secretary.
1 2-23-1-7 16t ■■
Notice of Meeting
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of ■ the Red
Raven Gold Mining company will be
held at the Gondolfa. hotel, at the city
of Yuma, Arizona, on the 2d day of Janu-
ary, 1907, nt 6 o'clock p. m. of said day,
for the purpose of electing a board of di-
rectors to serve for the ensuing year and
the transaction of such other business a*
may properly be Drought before the regu-
lar annual meeting.
FRANK C. FARNELL. Vice PrM.
Cal F. Hunter, Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 18. 1906. .
1 2-20-29 lOt . ■
Notice of StofkhoialrrH* Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Pacific Clay . Manufacturing com- 1
pany will bo held at room 312, Bullard
block, In this city, Tuesday, January 16.
1 907, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of electing a board of directors and the
transaction of such other business as may
come before the meeting.
L . S. PORTER, Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 22, 1906.
1 2-23-1-5 14t
Nolle,- of Stockholder*!' Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the second annual meeting of the stock-
holders i " Consolidated Realty company
will be held at the office of said com-
pany. 620 Chamber of Commerce build-
lng, Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 8, 1907. at 7:30
p . m. for the purpose of electing directors
nnd for the transaction of such other
business as may be brought before said
meeting. F. JORDAN, Secretary. .
1 2-23-1-8 17t .
Stockholders' Meeting;
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Los Angeles Brick
company will be held at the office of the
company, 301 Trust building. In the city
of Los Angeles on Wednesday. January
9, 1907, at 2 p. m. for the election of di-
rectors and the transaction of such other
business as may come before the meeting.
W . F. BOTSFORD, President.
G . D. Cadwalader, Secretary.
1 2-:.ti-1-:i 2t _■
LOSES POSITION,
TRIES SUICIDE
Woman Drinks Chloral Because She
.Was Dismissed as Dishwasher
at a Well Known Res
taurant
Despondent over the loss of her posi
tion at Levy's cafe, Mrs. Eliza P. Stev
ens tried to commit suicide by drinking
chloral at her room, 717 Maple avenue,
early last nigrht.
Mrs. Stevens was 35 years of age. She
has been employed at the cafe as a dish
washer for several months. Recently
she is said to have bes:un to drink and
to have lost her position in conse
quence.
Yesterday afternoon she went to her
room and to friends complained of not
feeling nell and said she would He
down for a while. She then went in
Find locked the door. Several hours
later other roomers heard her groan
ing and on looking through the tran
som saw her lying on the bed.
A glass was on the lloor beside her.
When the door was burst open she was
found to be unconscious and was taken
to the receiving hospital.
POLICEMAN IS JUST IN TIME
Asserts He Say/ Robber Put Hi* Hand
Into Unconscious Man's
Pocket
The timely arrival of Patrolman
Humphreys saved J. H. Mcßrlde $50
last night iwi will probably result in
;i long term In jail for J. C. Medera.
Early las) night Medera and Mcßride
were drinking together in the saloon
at Fifth and Sim Pedro streets. Gus
Noble, the bartender there, claims that
during the conversation he snw Ma
dera slip his: hand in Mcßrlde's pocket
and take out a purse fllled with money.
i. • made him replace It and then put
him out nf the saloon.
.Midiia is then said to have gone
Into an alley back of the saloon and
la4d for his former companion. When
Mcßrlde appeared Modern Ib said to
have stepped out and struck him over
> hi' head, Knocking him to the side
walk, after which he dragged his body
into the alley. At this moment Humph
reys appeared on the scene and claims
thai lust us lie urrived he witnessed
Medera with his hand In Mcßrlde's
|UH |[*t,
He arrested both men and took them
to th< police station, where Medeia was
booked on suspicion ana Mißrlde on
v charge <>)' drunkenness.
GERMAN IS HURT
BY STREET CAR
John Suchy, a German, aged 89, -'293
tJrlttln avenue, was struck by a street
cur near the Maker Iron works about
6 :30 o'clock lam night . and .-received
deep lacerations on the head. Wit
nesses of the accident say that the
man appeared intoxicated when struck
by the car as he stumbled , directly in
front of It. lie will) taken; to the,re
ceiving hospital for , surgical 'attend
ance. . ■

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