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THE WEATHER
F LOS ANGELES,. .Inn. 8, 1907 -__
lme.l The'r. I Hum. I Wind | Vlcy.lWthr.""
Kir. I Hum [ NHH 8 I Clfnr.
i| 17 I T(K !
t.p.m.l B4 I KB | VV I » J Clear.
Maximum temperature, 61.
; Minimum inline, 87.
I PosslhlA sunshine January 8, in hours.
I Actual siinjihino January *, 9 hours 61
minutes. .
MARRIAGE LICENSES
MALOTT-HMITH P. Malott,
aged 2«, native of New York, nnd Hasal
'. V. Smith, aged 17. native of Ohio; both
residents of Los Angeles.
CIUSS-MAUAK-Ucorge A. Crlsn, ngerl
27, native of California, and Mamlo A.
, Alarm r, aged 21. native of England; both
residents of l.os AtiKeii.u.
ANMICHSON-MATHON Isaac Anderson,
aged 28, native of Finland and resident
(if Seattle, Wash., and Anna Matson,
■ aged 29, live of Finland and resident
of Los Angeles.
BMITH-LOWF.LL- Albert W. Smith,
aged 23, native of Indiana, and Oertrud.i
' ; Lowell, aged 23, native nt New Mexico;
both residents (if Los Angeles.
REEVEB-LEEMAN-Charles W. Reeves,
aged 22, native of Virginia, and Mabel
c. Leeman, aged 17, native of Califor-
nia; both residents of Los Angeles.
DOLDER-TOLLEPBEN-Bnm A, Holder,
aged 27, native of Illinois, and Anna
Tollepsen, nged 28, natlvo of Iowa; both
residents of Los Angeles.
McCLAY-THAYEII-Merrletto F. Mc-
Clay, aged 21, native of California, and
. Florence M. Thuyer, aged 18, native of
Illinois; both residents of Los Angeles.
WAINWRIOHT-BWOPE - Charles 11.
Walnwrlght. aged 21, native of Califor-
nia and resident of Los Angeles, and
Alma Swnpo, aged 22, native of Arkan-
sas and resident of Riverside.
MARTIN-LEON IS Claude Martin, aged
26, native of France, and Brnestlna
.Leonls, aged 23, native of France; both
- residents of Los Angeles.
HAMSEY-HOGUE - Murray Ramsey.
aged 24, native of Texas and resident of
I Long Beach, and Ida L. Hogue, aged 26,
natlvo -of Missouri and resident of Los
Angeles.
GOODON-MARTIN-John P. Goodon,
n«ed 25, native of Maine, and Alice E.
Martin, aged 22, natlvo of Illinois; both
residents of Los Angeles. •
SCHNEIDER-SCIIOCk— Joseph Schnei-
der, aged 40, native of Germany, and
Augusta Sehock, aged 44, native of Ger-
many; both residents of Lou Angeles.
BABTHEIM-ENKLE— Edmund Basthelm,
aged 23, native of California and resi-
dent of San Francisco, and Irene En-
' kle, aged 22, native of California and a
resident of Los Angeles.
CONWAY-K I Burgess. N. Con-
way, aged 66, natlvn of Indiana, and
1 Sarah E. Klmball, aged 62, native of
, Pennsylvania; both ; residents of Los
, Angeles. . •>. ;
BIRTHS
William and wife. '317 Thomas
street, a girl. .
CABRAL — Manuel and wife, 837 Maple
. ' ' avenue, a girl.
SMITH— F. and wife, 1214 West
"Forty-fourth street, a girl. ■ • '
ANDERSON— WiIIiam G. and wife, 836
,-• Tennessee street, a boy.
SUGAR— Jacob and wife, 319 Pavllllon
place, a boy.
RENLAND Henry and wife, . 1436 East
'Seventeenth street, a boy. ■ "
McPHERSON— DonaId and wife, 5524
Illllcrest drive, a boy. 2
DEATHS
■■'■' - : - T • '
BARRACLOUGH— MattIe S., aged 31
years, 1321 Carroll avenue, tubercu-
losis.
— Ruth, aged 9 months,- 628 South
Avenue Twenty-one, enterocolltis.
SMITH — Thomas J., aged 39 y€ars, Na-
deau hotel, tuberculosis.
VAN DERCOOK— M., aged . 69
years, 1507 South Grand avenue,
sarcoma. •
PAGE— Herbert W.. aged 24 years, 862
Buena Vista street, phthisis pulmo-
nalis. ,
, PARSONS — Sophia' N., aged 82 years,
718 Ruth avenue, asthma. •
FITCH — Phllllpplne W., aged 28 years,
emergency hospital. sarcoma. 'y. : v
■'"•*' PBRINGKR — Joseph, aged 37 years,
Hiinta F«; hospital, tuberculosis.* ■
FUNERAL NOTICE [ , :
HODGES — At the residence of her son,
W. I- Hodges, 310 East Thirty-fifth
a street, January 1, 1907, ■ MI'S.- N. W.
HodgeS, aged 72 years. 1 Funeral ser-
vice at the chapel of Bresee Bros., 855
.' Flgueroa street Saturday at 1:30.
Interment Rosedale. ,v/ , V-
SMITH— 2, 1907, Thomas J., be-
loved husband of Emma Smith, aged
39 years. Funeral Friday, Jim. 4, at 1:30
p. m. from the parlors of Cunningham
& O'Connor, 1031 South Grand avenue.
Services at Cathedral at 'I p. m. A
member of Spokane Aerie No. 2, Fra-
ternal Order of Eagles. Members of
Eagles requested to attend. Interment
Calvary. ': <•'■','■ ■
' Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and em-
balmers; lady assistants. 433 South Hill.
Tel. Main 61. .
ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY
Successors to Orr & Hines Co. Funeral
directors. ■•':••- f-V>-< :<• ■:■■-■. ,-.
, ' Corner Tenth nnd Flo— Sts.
' Main 66. Home F4671. Lady assistant.
CHURCH NOTICES
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
Hope st. near Ninth. Seats free. Rev.
Wm., Horace Day, D. D., pastor; Rev.
'. Warren F. Day, D. D., pastor emeritus;
Harry Clifford Lott, choir master; Dean
"Walter -F. Skeele, organist.-' Morning
service 11 o'clock. The pastor will preach
on "What Is the Bible Good For?"
In the evening the Congregational
Choral club, Wm. Henry Lott, director,
will render the cantata, "Faith and
Praise," The pastor, Dr. Horace Day,
will preach a short sermon. On Tues-
day evening this church will Join th»
central group of churches in the First
Christian church In a union service, and
on Thursday evening In the First Bap-
. tist 'church. The usual home meet-
ing on Wednesday evening.
CHRIST CHURCH - CORNER 12TH
and Flower. Rev. Baker P. Lee, rector.
. " Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m.; early celebration holy communion
on third Sunday and Saints' day, at 7:30
a. m. Strangers especially invited. Uni-
, versity cars pass the door. Those desir-
Ing telephone connections for "shut-ins"
telephone 7912. Church physician at the
church • every morning from 8:80 to
, 9:30. Services and medicine ' free to
all. Church open dally for private prayer
■ . from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m.
PENIEL HALL, 227 SOUTH MAIN
•treet*-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. 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-
intendent a of the mission.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SClEN-
tst SlmiiKoii auditorium, 734 8. Hope
. street. Services Sunday XI a. 111. and
■ 8 p. . in.; sermon from the Christian
Science Quarterly. Subject"-- "Life."
Children's Sunday school 0:30 a. m.;
Wednesday evening meeting, 8 o'clock.
, Reading rooms 610-11 Herman W. Hell •
■ man building, Spring and Fourth
streets, open daily, Sundays excepted,
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 614
West Adams, near Flgueroa street. Rev.
/ Lewis G. Morris, rector. Sunday ser-
vices, 7:80 a. m.. 11 a. m., 5 p. m. This Is
- a FREE church and all are cordially In-
,vlt«d, 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 east on Adams street. '
THE LOS ANOKLKB FELLOWSHIP,
Benjamin ' Fay Mill., 'permanent minis-
>; ter New Year's social Friday evening,
Himiehui-d hall, Dramatic and muelen.l
program, including a farce under -the
direction of Prof. W. W. He_thcote. 8
■■to, 9> o'clock: social with • dancing 9 to
'Mlc/cloek, All Interested arc Invited.
SHOES REPAIRED :r ,
M S, N " I AK U*» iBOI ' E8 ' HKWED. 11. LA-
- dleaVifio. Factory fcho* Stot'a SIS W. tf.
SANITARIUMS
.
Mns. m. HBnnanrs banitarujm-
MnMnfs, Hath*.- of nil kind*; newly
equipped with npedlo spray and shower;
Russian .mil Turkish baths' a specialty;
Chiropody, mnnlcurlnn, «cnlp and facial
massage, 225MJ W. IST BT. Horn« »SO9.
TUP, VAPOR AND BULPHtTMB BATHS,
massage, vlhrnlnrv treatments for rheu-
matism, nervous debility; manicuring,
fn.ee nmi m lp. fli'i)^ 3. iVwfiy. Tel. MM.
... BATHS AND MASSAOE
NEWLY OPENED— TTIR RORENBKRO
Institute, 809 Temple St., cor. Broad-
way. Baths, massage, magnetic and
electric treatment* Expert trained
operators. Hours 0 a in. to II P. m.
Homo phone A 5076.
INHIaESTION, NERVOUS DISEASES
and rheumatism cured without drug*.
Expert mnssnge. Physicians' refer-
ences. HARRIETT K. LAMB, 11»*4
B. Sprlntr. Home phnnp ABIBO.
TOU ARE NOT HURRIED WHEN YOU
■ (to to 136 TEMPLE STREET for bath
•nd mnssare. No signs In window.
Best of iintronn«re solicited,
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANK-
tin st,, room 6, Including baths, mas«
sage and «lectrln blanket, sweats for
rheumatism. ______
SCIENTIFIC BATHS AND MASSAOH
by experienced lady from the east.
Come ones and you will call again. 328V6
N. MAIN.
PALATIAL BATHS; EASTERN TKAIN-
rd operators. Formerly 127 V. N. Bdway.;
now 12GM N. SPRING ST. Tel. Home
A 2423.
BULPHUMBJ, VAPOR, ELECTRIC AND
tub bnth* massage and chiropody.
701*4 8- BDWAY. Phone Main 3133.
BOSTON ELEC. INSTITUTE— ELEC-
Ir'> lnvlgorator for rhoumntlsm, nerv-
ousness. R. 21, ground floor 757 Main.
LISN"Sb"N~MANICURE:~A'ND~JIASSAaE
parlors, Nubian perfumed treatment.
141 % N. Broadway, parlor 6. Select.
LEWIS PARLORS. SUGGESTIVE
vltnopr. chiropody, electric and mag-
netic massage. 207 N. Hdway, room 202.
1524 SOUTH MAIN ST.— VAPOR, TUB,
massage and magnetic treatments.
Hours 10 to 10. New management.
LONDON MANICURE AND MASSAGE
parlors, Nubian perfumed treatment.
141 V_ N. Broadway, parlor 6. Select.
TOUNO LADY WOULD LIKE A FEW
select customers for manicuring. 707
3. BROADWAY, room 1. flat 1.
ALDA BATHS-VAPOR. SPONGE, OIL
Vubs,/ electricity; new attendant. 321
TEMPLE ST., Room 3.
MANICURING. SCALP TREATMENTS—
Have you tried them? Room 1, 610%
__
DR. MAUD HOLLEY. VACUUM DE-
veloper, 245% S. SPRING; room 3. Phone
7340. .
• MONEY TO LOAN
\^"e mai<e^l^a^js~c)^¥ur^iture"
pianos, horses, wagons, carriages, cattle,
etc.. without removal . from your pos-
session.
| Loans also made to salaried persons on
Elain note without indorser or publicity,
lowest rates In town.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
- 529 Mason building. -
26 West Fourth street, cor. Broadway.
Home phone 7421. Broadway 5171.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without lndorsers; easy payment.!,
f_!iW_,_' lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to
:80. - COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO..
628-629 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 decrease! each month. STATE
MUTUAL B. & L. ASSN.. 107 S. Broad-
■ way. ..■■--. -.;■■-- ■■ • ■ . j
MONEY TO LOAN— SIOOO OR MORE UN
Improved city property. ALLISON
I BARLOW, 213 S. Broadway, room 124.
Phones Main 409; Home ASO9I.
MONEY TO LOAN — THOMAS S. WADS*
WORTH. 319 & 320 Douglas bldg..
• will lend money on city or county
■ real estate. " w^ ■ .<> ? ;?. > v .. t
TO JEWELRY LOAN~CO.,"ON
diamonds, Jewelry, etc. 325% SOUTH
SPRING ST. Room 12.
WE LOAN MONEY TO SALARIED PEO-
■ pie; confidential. Mutual Trust Co., 421
Bullard t!k. ' ■
_ MINING AND ASSAYING
COPPER COPPER COPPER
It Interested, send 4 cents in stamp*
for Standard . Copper News, containing
complete engineers' reports, maps, as-
says, etc., of the Jerome Verde Copper
company, adjoins Senator Clark's Great
United Verde. The stock Is absolutely
guaranteed. Address THE GENERAL
SECURITIES CO.. suite 308, Pacific
Electric building, Los Angeles. ',
SPEC I A L NOTICES
CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLEAN-
inar Works clean carpets; upholster-
ing, repairing. 229 E. 4th st. Phone
Main 715. Home A 5254. .-.■•-.
jngMt.DK. A. POLASKY. oculist and
optician of 40 years' experience.
• "now located at 317 W. 3d. Ex-
amination free. Sunset Phone M. 6011.
CLEAN WATCH. 50C; MAIN SP~RINaS~,
60c; warranted; old gold $1 pwt. 451 S.
MATN and 517 S. SPRING.
•rRANSFER AND STORAGE
COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO.,
415-417-119 San Pedro St.
Main Office 324 South Main.
Phones Main 1117; Home 2154. New and
absolutely fireproof storage; private
locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos, line
furniture, etc., trunks, boxes, etc. stored
25c to 50c per month. We solicit your
patronage. . ••-...
TRUSSES
ARE^^COr^UPTUlfElif^^b^^O'fj
wear a truss from which you are
suffering? We guarantee a perfect lit
and best makes of trusses; women and
. children In charge of a graduate
nurse. Open evenings. LONDON
TRUSS CO.. 205 West Fifth St.. Los
Angeles, Cal.
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
DR. QKBKN, CLAIRVOYANT, Hl'Sl-
ness medium, gives life readings dally;
tost circles Wednesday eve., >S o'clock,
25c. ROOM 18, 119% S. SPRING ST.
MRS. PARKER, RELIABLE PALMIST
and clairvoyant. 444 S. Spring, room 1.
_ _ _ „ personal,
ladies! e>r7~l__ franco^ ~comT-
pound; safe, speedy regulator; 26c
Druggists or mall. Booklet free Dr.
1 LaFRANCO, Philadelphia, Pa.
DOLLAR FIFTY Hat' ore. 519 B~ Main.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
ji_jXTTnaß~pxL_oW_nß_'i^VAT_f_rXT
ACME FEATHER WORKS, 758 San
Pedro st. Tel. Sunset Main 1166; Home
8041. • • ■ - -
TEAMSTERS AND TRANSFERRING
[GENERAL^IIAULINO. SIGNAL
Transfer, 119 Temple st. Both phones
1584. Estimates furnished. . -
COLLECTION AGENCIES •■>!
loot^T^WOUKrT^lSSirjiaA^iClllAQliT
.Collection Co. about your > bad bill..
: 804 Bavarano Bids. ■
; PATENT. AND PATENT RIGHTS
HAZARD & HARPHAM, PIONEER
Agency. ' rtu_nun National Bank build-
. Itut. Hook five. \
LOS ANGET.ES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1907.
WANTED
Help— Male
ni:n f noM
BMPtOVMRJIT AOBJTOT
' Reliable help of all kinds furnished
on short notice; no order too small or
too large for us to handle.
Hundreds of employers In Los An-
geles speak highly of our methods.
We would be glad to have you call or,
us for your help. ,
We hflvn large lists nil the time fnr
those that wnnt work nnd are willing
workers. A square deal to the work-
Ing man nml woman nil the time has
- Riven us first position In the Los An-
gfles employment field.
Come early and go to work. Plenty
of good positions on our lists. Come
And nee us.
RED~CROSS
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
1.14 Knmt Second Plreet,
Main RR2O. Home AflWi
Wflr rli " RDnn§ n FI P
han«km BU-PLorstnirr aobucji
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-
Her, furnished promptly.
Man and wife, cook and helper, R. R.
eating home, $100 mo.; fry cook, coun-
try, IN 111.1.: fry cook, $90 mo.; 2d cook,
hotel, $50 mo.; cook and helper, coun-
try, {80 mo.; ranch cook, 6 men, $50
mo.; Walter, $10 Wife; French or Italian
cook, |65 mo.; bus boy, $27 mo.; 10 up.
holsterers, $3 and $3.60 day; goat herd-
er, $30 mo. and fd.; 10 ranch hands, $30
and $35 mo.; house painters, $3 day;
orchard hand, $30 mo.; transfer driver.
$12 wk.; wagon teamsters, $2 and $2.25
day; scraper , teamsters, $2.25 day;.- be.)
man, «35 mo.; miners, $4 day; milkers,
$10 mo.; milk wagon driver, $50 mo. and
commission. Lots nt other good posi-
tions. Come early.
SOUTHERN
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
„>".■ 201 Kn«< Second St. '
J. SAMSON, Prop.
Phono Homo A 5059.
WANTED FOR NEEDLES
Teamsters and laborers $2.25, free
fare; also for Tonopah.and Tidewater
R. R. Co., Nevada, free fare, ship Mon-
day; teamsters $2.25- day, laborers
$2.25. rockmen $2.50 and $3.00, 5 ranch
hands $35 and found, 4 milkers $30
and $40 and found, teamsters and
laborers In and near city, hotel cook
$85, camp cook $60, 2 ilunkeys $30,
blacksmith $3.75, C carpenters $3.50,
free fare. Lots of jobs. Call and
* sec us. . ■ .- ..-
MARKS
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
. ' ■' 12.'. I3nnt Second Street.
Phones Main 465. Home Af.647.
All classes of help furnished, hotels,
restaurants, lodging houses, etc.
FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Mexican, Japanese, Italian, French,
etc., furnished on short notice.
MUTUAL ■■■■. .
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
200 S. I.OS ANGELES STREET.
Home A 3989. Bdway. 4835.
We do give satisfaction and have
jroved it. If you want help call us
up by phone and place your orders
and give us a trial. Bridge carpen-
ters $3.25 to $3.50 a day, miners $4 a
day, ship Arizona, free fare. Tinners,
laborers, etc. ..-. ■ .
HUMMELBROS. & CO., '
—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 Paeinc coast.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.,
316 and 118 East Second street. ■
Telephones Main 509; Home 609.
WANTED— HUSKY BOY TO CARRY
foot route on this paper. Wages, sl2
per month; also boy with wheel for
' good easy route. See MANSFIELD,
circulation dept. . ,
ANY PERSON WILLING TO DTSTRIB-
utc samples, $20 weekly. EMPIRE, 92
La Salle street, Chicago, 111. Steady
position; no canvassing. -
500 MEN WANTED, 214 N. BROADWAY,
.hat factory, save you $2 to $5 remod-
eling your old hat like' new; 60c up.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE.
Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS-
TEM COLLEGE, 113 East Second street.
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 lncumbrance. 747
SOUTH MAIN ST.
WANTED - LADY PHYSICIAN TO
learn typewriting; be correspondent and
hospital physician. 747 S. MAIN ST.
Situations — Female
WANTED — POSITION AS HOUSE-
keeper by young widow; widower's
home preferred. 1414 N. BROADWAY,
room 5. - - ■ . ■
To Rent ■ «
WANTED- ~~ "
ALL OWNERS
TO KNOW THAT WE- — 'V\'i
—DO A RENTAL BUSINESS
•■■•■ ■.--, -.' DON'T WORRY
' IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
WITH US
II.\KS .v i' ins ii.
815 SOUTH HILL STREET.
Miscellaneous
WANTED-TO BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. If you are going to
sell we will pay you one-Third more than
others. Phone us. Main 1117. Home 2154.
COLYEAR FURNITURE CO., 322 Soutn
Main street. •
Live Stock
WANTED TO BUY— A HIGH HEADED
black or dark bay horse; must be good
traveler and gentle. 747 9. MAIN HT.
- PUBINESS OPPORTUNITIES
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE.
Rent paid up to February 1; no In-
ourabranoe; must go back east on ac-
count of death in family. Call at 206
8. LOS ANGELES ST., Los Angeles.
FOR, SALE— A LARGE BILLIARD
hull', ii tables, cigar stand, good location,
Ocean aye. Will sell cheap. Address J.
FIELD & SON, 142 Ocean aye., Santa
Monica.
FOR BAL--BY OWNER. A GOOD
paying business, or will sell a half in-
terest Call at once. -'934 K. FIRST ST.
. : ,^-l DENTISTS
VlC^Vn^BAC?lMAl^^KNTiaT?^<^-
inerly of Minneapolis, Is permanently
located at 209-10 Johnson Bids;.. 4th
unit Broadway. Both phones. •
DH FLICC Xi: N ST_I N DENTIST,' I33 N.
Broadway, . Thorpe bide, ''''■>■ • treat-
ment until Jan. 15. Open evenings and
Sundays. .
DR. CICERO btevens, dentist,
, suit* . 411-412 ! L-ukttr-hlm bldg. .
FRANK STEVENS. 824 %j SO. BPRINo!
"• SOCIETY NOTICES
"WHAT 1 KNOW ABOUT CIKiSI'S." A
free • lecture, before tho * Progressive
club' by Mrs. May Cecil . Lincoln ot
Buffalo, N. V.. In Symphony hall, 233
, ,8. Hill st., Sunday. evening, Jan. 5, at
I 11 m.
FOR RENT
House!
FOR RBNT-slft-4-riOOM N.BW COT-
tage, second house north of Wnbmh
on west kM» of (tanahl atre«t, or will
•ell for $1600; terms $16 cash, $18 month,
Including Interest. -
$40— 9-roem modern houn«. 217 South
rtemidry, or will sell for $10,000; terms,
$10u cash, $100 a month. Including Inter-
est.
$40-H-room hoimc ,118 West 14th «t.
ALLISON BARLOW, 21S B. Broadwfty,
room 124._ Phones Mwln 409; Home ABOfll.
$10: 4 ROOMS; $15, 6 ROOMS; Mm
thorn, 1542 K. Adams; Hooper ear Una.
$14. 4 ROOMS. .0 ON PAYMENTS.
IlclfHn, lr.:i E. 26th; cor. Simmon ca r.
COTTAGES, $10, $13. WATER PAID
fLAHI^ 2Cth. ror. Blauson car linn.
Plata
TO U.I . ROOM FLAT ON KAST
Twelfth street near .Central avenue.
Owner .11 1110 WEST TWENTY-
NINTH ST. Tf). li.Tlllt. _
Stores and Offices
TO LET STORES.
$100 — Corner, 701 West Pevcnth St.
$25 — 2104-06 East Ninth St.
$15 — 1013 Baat Ninth st.
$15—2309 East Ninth St.
— 2:11 Baal Ninth st.
$15 — 1017 West First St.
$15 — 1122 Baal Seventh St. .
$20 — HUM Km st. Seventh st, /
T. WIESENDANGER,
207 8. Broadway.
Rooms Furnished
FOR $1 A DAY YOU CAN RENT AN
outside room beautifully furnished;
now. with elegant hotel service;
steam bent, nt 70. , W. 7TH ST.
ATTORNEYS.AT.LAW
M^JmL^E^AND^TwrnA^E^TAWS^A
specialty. No fee without success. 1"..
P. MOHBY, 521 Stimson blk., cor. Third
and Spring. Phone fi*lB. Open evenings.
DIVORCE ADVICE FREE; NO
fee without success; private. ,1. H.
SMITH. 122 W. Third St., room 221.
1 to '. p. m.
LODGE NOTICES
COLTMBIa" CIRCLE NO. 24, LADIES
of the G. A. R. Special meeting Satur-
day, 10 a. m. Mammoth hall. ELLA
RENWICK. president. Fannie M.
Hunt, wccrctiiry.
' - FOR SALE
Houses
____
5-ROOM
BUNGALOW
Mlnalon style, tinted walls, laijte
living; room, fireplace, ennmeled aud
nickel plumbing; InrKe level lot, ear-
den nnd flower*, fenced! chicken rnn
12 ft. by 40 n.i cement sldewnlka
and curb*, oiled atreet, located one-
half block from the new PiiHiidenn
boulevard, 5 cent enr fare, twelve
mlnutca' ride to business part of city.
Price «2700.
Also one. lot In the 111 I. In ml Villa
tract within one block of the East
Flrat titreet car line for $450. - ■■■■- ..-■■ ■
1 Address OWNER, Box 175, Herald
office, or telephone Home ClO5-.
START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
' I HAVE SOME BARGAINS IN 4, 5
AND 6-ROOM BUNGALOWS, AND
AFTER THE FIRST SMALL PAY-
MENT THE REST IS THE SAME AS
RENT. . YOT/ WILL SAVE MONEY
BY SEEING ME AS I LIST NOTHING
THAT IS NOT MODERN AND UN-
DER THE MARKET VALUE. > . .
J. S. SPENCER, JR.,
217 GRANT BLDG,
Cor. Fourth and S. Broadway. ,
HOME AG734. MAIN 4413.
A CHOICE CORNER
Vi, ;i. ;;;■■: 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 Stephenson avea.
FOR SALE—
6-room cottage with bath, toilet, man-
tel, etc.; lot r.0x125; price $1830; $100 cash,,
balance $;« per month.
4-room California house with five lots,
2 blocks from car line; price $3000; 'i
cash. f "!_' \ ■■■ ■;
E. G. DEVENS,
27 Laughlln bldg.. 315 South Broadway.
IN THE UNIVERSITY DISTRICT, A s-
room furnished cottage with all mod-
ern Improvements, porcelain bath, in-
stantaneous heater, nicely tinted
walls, large screen porch, good barn,
. nice yard, flowers and shrubs; price
has been cut for .quick sale.
T. 1,, OMUtir.IM & CO.,
JefferHon nnd Main.
Home 85388, South 2276.. •.
FOR SALE— ;; "
ON WEST FORTIETH STREET,
NEAR NORMANDIE AVENUE.
$1450 . $1450
4-room cottage on good lot 40x150;
terms $3r.0 cash, balance $15 month.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
218 West Third street.
FOR SALE— A BARGAIN.
Southwest, six-room bungalow, just
completed; hardwood floors in living
room, dining room and den; beamed
ceilings, brick fireplace, buffet, book-
cases, seat, cabinet kitchen, screen
porch, two tubs, barn. Owner must
■ell within ten days. Price, com-
pletely furnished, $4000; $500 cash.
PITTSBURGH 'REAL ESTATE CO.,
311-15 Laughlln Bldg.
_______^ :
16-rooin modern flats, near the Salt
Lake new shops. Furnished and
rented: always full. Can be rented
. singly or en suite.
Brings in $118 per month.
$6750 all told. Surely this Is a snap.
W. U. DAVIDS,
14_S K. Klrat St.
Home 41378. Boyle 1385.
FOR _ALE-*_oo.
Positively best ' home In city for th«
price.
284 EAST 42D BT.
Can be seen only before 12 noon.
J. K. MACLINTOCK. 704 Grant bldf.
KSOHMOIS HAtKIFICK
Brand now modern house, 6 rooms, re-
cently bought for $2800; will sell for
$2375. Owner called east; must sell be-
' fore Tuesday. I ■ ■ , .
'4'IIH STKI'IIMN INN KM COMPANY,
C 33 Citizens National Bank bid*.
Home AMSB . , . Main 8745.
$25 DOWN, $25 MONTHLY, 4 ROOMS,
new, $i«oo. BELDIN, lti- M J E. 26th. cor.
Blauson car line. .
$20 DOWN, $20 MO.; $1600, 4 ROOMS,
Mliithorn, 1642 E. Adams. Hooper car.
120 DOWN. - m MONTHLY, 4 ROOMS,
$2000; key 1543 1: Adams. Hooper cars.
1721 E. SIST. NEAR .SI.AI'SON CAR
- line; 0 mis barn; new; $3000; 1109 down.
$2700; $1500 CASH, ■> COTTAGES RENT-
ed $25. SIDDALL, ft? Copp building.
FOR SALE
House*
FOR RALE- "
BEAUTIFUT. NRW mrNf»AT/5W
WEST ADAMS HEIGHTS TRACT.
ONLY $3750.
This Is an ejcceptlonnlly
hnndnome « room bungalow.
The owner has tried to outdo
everything In the bungalow
ln« at or near th* price, and
we think he has succeeded. In
ft fanhlonAble neighborhood.
Lot 50x185.
This property, considering
location and the house Itself,
1 Inll.it bo duplicated In the
city.
Terms, one-half cash.
AOKNTB,
JONES A RYDER LAND COM-
PANY,
218 West. Third Street.
$2800, $1300 CASH: 2 COTTAGES, RENT-
ed, $211. SIDDALL, 207 Copp bldg.
i2S COURT. NEAR ALVARADO;
Temple cars; 5 rms. $2350; $50 down.
$*20 DOWN, $20 MONTHLY. 4 ROOMS*
1542 B. 25th; Blauson car line.
City Lots and Land*
<:ity LOTS
«tin down, *io pi:h month.
NADEAU'S'PIONEER
HOME TRACT
This beautiful tract adjoins Ilunt-
Ington Park; also the famous Cinlnhy
ranch.
t.ntm 9:100 each.
Seeing Is believing, we offer the
best values in the town In this tract.
Come an. go out, free tickets.
Tract situated on corner Florence
and Santa Fo ayes., 18 minutes' ride, . >
cent fare. Pure artesian water run-
ning through 4-Inch mains. Don't
wait until prices advance.
,DO IT NOW.
NADEAU REALTY CO.
27 llryson Illk.,
Cor. Second nnd Spring; St».
ON EAST ADAMS STREET
I have one lot left
40x125
This is fast becoming ft manufac-
turing district and will soon be
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 SALE
BARGAIN
$450
This price Is $160 less than adjoining
lots are selling for.
50x133
HIGHLAND VILLA TRACT
One block from East First St. car line.
Have one other lot In game tract to be
sold for $600; small payment down, bal-
. ance $12.50 per month.
OWNER, Home telephone C 1052; or ad-
dress BOX 190, Herald.
FOR SALE—
— goodTlot— ,
—east ADAMS STREET—
i
( ' — 40x125—
—PRICE $1000 —
—TERMS—
\il<!r<v.M BOX 413,
Herald Office.
FOR SALE!
Vacant. 8 lots 25x107 each; east
front. New Hampshire near 12th; $600
each; -$25 down, $10 per mo.
Lot 50x200; west front, Western
aye. near Washington; $2500, terms
if desired.
Fine corner 100x200, Western aye.
near Pico; all street work done and
paid; $6000; terms.
Fine corner, 'Normandle south of
Washington; 52x140 to alley; $1600;
terms.
GO-DEN WEST REALTY CO., '
643 S. Spring St.
FOR SALE—
TEN DOLLARS A MONTH PAY-
MENT, LOTS IN CITY OF LOS AN-
GELES. AT FROM TWO HUNDRED
TO FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
EACH. LOTS AT FOUR HUNDRED
DOLLARS AND OVER IN SILVER
LAKE PLACE, ADJOINING LOS AN-
GELES CITY ON THE NORTH; IN-
CLUDES WATER AND FIVE-
FOOT CEMENT SIDEWALK; OILED
STREET.
M. 1.. WICKS,
128 I. W. II 1:1 I. »l \ \ 111.1 M... SECOND
AND BROADWAY.
A BIG IIAItGAIN '
ON WEST WASHINGTON STREET.
Lot 105x176 feet.
Fine for stores or flats.
Wo can deliver this lot at below
the market. One of the best buys in
the city. Commission to agents.
ACME REALTY CO. (Inc.)
Offices 427-8 Orosse Bldg.. 6th and
'■;•.' Spring Sts. ~i -■. :",
FOR SALE-3 LOTS~~SOxISO EACH, ON
the southeast corner of 16th and Ari-
zona, Santa Monica, one block from the
car line and in the center of immediate
contemplated improvements. Price $1650;
$550 cash, balance on terms. This la the
cheapest buy in Santa Monica. THOS.
J. HAMPTON. 205-6 Mason Opera
house. L. A. R. B.
FOR SAI.E_-~
Pour hrimiliiil lots on the Eagle
nock car Hue, urnr HuntlnKton'n new
car barn* and In-lde of the city limit*
at a bargain. Owner needs the money.
Addrena BOX 410. Herald.
Business Property
moo
Here Is a koo<l Investment. Buy
Improved bualnr.M property, located
opposite «i. P. H>. Co.'s yard., cor. San
I'Vruuuilo and Ann «ts.| Improved with
a .--room lodging house, facing on
San Fernando at., and a 4-ruoiu cot-
tage facing on Ann at., both rented.
Lot BOxISO ft. Tula must be -old at
once.
AddreM HICINKH, 1030 S. Olive It.
Home phone K4BBB.
Orange Groves
FOR SALE— A REAL SNAP, 10 ACRES
at San Dlmas: third Valencia*, bal-
ance lemons; 1005 crop brought $3800,
1906 crop will bring over $3500; after
paying all expunge*- this grove will
easily net 30 per cent a year on the
price asked, $8000. 1.. »i. Nt ATT _
CO., (108 Ltiughlili Hlil*. "Jloudijuur-
ters for Orange Groves."
SEE li. _. PRATT - CO., «08 LAUGH-
lin bldg., for bargains in orange
gruv»». _____________________
Country Property— Lako County
FREii INFORMATION ON NAPA, SO-
nuiiiu, Mai'lii, Mendoctno and Lake coun-
ties; lectures dally at Chamber of Com-
merce. Francis Hope, 'til _. Spring st.
FOR BALE
Hotels and Lodging House*
ROOMING HOUSE 21 ROOMS, 1 rrtNT-
fll „ ill firm clan; everything goo.l
;i n.i now on Flgit^roa street. A l.nr-l
gnln nt $1800. Owner i«t In bad hrnlth
and wants to leave town.
Here Is a rooming house of 1(t
rooms with buffet kitchen In every
room; furniture all good; B-yenr
left**; rent $109. A splendid buy; only
$2000. This Is on Hunker Hill nvr.
' OTHOTIIHR A MIM.nOI.V.
32« Orosse m. I* S. B. cor 6th and
Sprlnpf nt*.
HO()Ml\(j HOUSE!!
IK moms, nil MltaM«| leflKC WO per
imxitlii lorxtlon »<mil nrnr 4<h It, I
. Price ««00,
in rooms, moilprni nr— liirnllnri-!
rent rcnionnblei located nenr IMh nt,
■■rice anno,
21 ronniKt mn<lern| tense 2 yenrni
Terr low rent | location nenr nth nt.
Price SIN.IO.
J. G. FLEENOR CO.,
I Ml"', S. Spring M. Suite 14-18.
Suburban Property
FOR BALE—
Throe ncru between Vermont and
Western avenues; will make 18 large
lots; rifrht In line of development
toward Hollywood. New car lines anil
distance from the surrounding high-
priced property makes thin small sub-
division very attractive. The owner will
■aerifies for quick sale.
.MIS. B, 11 A VIS,
A 2 l «>.*.. TIS Fny Illilg.
COR F. V(il,i; HOCK LOTS
— Sefi— -
WAtiKßlt * CLARK, Aft-ta.
Home phone 492, Sunset Flora 3141.
through Glendalo Exchange, Office
corner of Central and Colorado ayes.,
end of Eagle Rock car line.
Tract two blocks south.
FOR SALIC- $2000; AT ALTADKNA, TWO
acres, with neat 4-room cottage, chicken
yards, etc.; near car line; a splendid In-
vestment. 1,. Hi Pit ATT „ CO.. 60S
Laughlln Hldg., or Altadena office at
end of car line.
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND HAND
billiard and pool tables, hnr fixtures of
all kinds; easy payments. Send for cata-
logue. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-
COLLENDER CO., 331 West Third si.,
Los Angeles.
YOU CAN BUY GOOD PIANOS AT LOW
prices at F. W. KRINGEL'S, 845 South
Spring. Tuning and repairing. Broad-
way 2688; Home FBI2C.
ASBESTOS COALOIL BRICKS, $2; SAM-
pie $1; cheaper than wood or coal.
AGENT, 207 Copp building.
Live Stock — Horses, Mules, Cattle
HORSES ion s \l.r.
A carload of young horses for all pur-
poses; we have In stock the. highest
grade of horses suitable for
Fire department Horses
Wholesale butchers Horses
Express company's Horses
Matched black hearse Horses
Also heavy general work Horses
Come out and see them, one and one-
half miles south of Sawtelle, on the D.
T. Curtis ranch. DAID T. CURTIS,
Proprietor.
Country Property
FOR SALE-TIMBER LANDS-HEAVI-
LY TIMBERED LANDS IN OREGON,
WASHINGTON AND CALIFORNIA IN
LARGE OR SMALL TRACTS.
See K. S. MATTESON .V CO.,
618 WEST SIXTH ST. OS ANGELES.
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
McDonald & stott,
.309 to 317 Lankerahlm building.
TO BUY
Owners and dealers in real estate who
have properties for sale or exchange
will find It decidedly to their advantage
to come In and have a .talk with me.
We can handle property located in any
part of the United States. Eastern
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 4746.
Sunset Main 4555.
BEN WHITE
Will! ' Exchange
your property; Immense bargains; apply
at once; satisfaction and quick results.
Member Realty Board. 304-6 BRYSON
Block, Second and Spring.
EXCHANGE— S76OO ; THREE HOUSES,
rented $50; equity $5000; want land or
lots. H. E. SIDDALL, 207 Copp bldg.
Main 4074.
PHYSICIANS
Cancers and Tumors Cured
With Liquid, Powder, Salve or Plaster,
as the case most needs. Treatments the
best, safest and least painful known. No
knife, no bjfood, no danger. Visit us for
proof. Prices always reasonable.
CALIFORNIA CANCER CURE
7.-.I WcMt lilt Ii St.
M. L. HUCKINS, M. D., Mgr.
Phone West 2169.
DR. AND MRS. CARTER, SUCCESS-
I'uIIy treat all female diseases and ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
sultation free. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. in.;
Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MERCAN-
TILE PLACE, over 543 S. Spring.
DR. BAHRENBURG, FEMALE DlS-
cases, monthly irregularities; stricture,
piles, blood, skin and private diseases,
455 SOUTH BROADWAY.
DR. SUUUUIX, SPECIALIST— FEMALE
complaints, scientific methods, chronic |
and private diseases — either sex. 206U
SOUTH BROADWAY.
DR. BONESTEEL, 1228 8. HILL, CURES
rheumatism, neuralgia and chronic dis-
eases by electrical vibration; no drugs;
Consultation free.
THE ORIENTAL MEDICAL INSTl-
tute, 314 B. Fifth street, guarantees to
cure chronic and nervous disease, of
men; consultation free.
MRS. LAIYOU, SPECIALIST. ALL
forms female diseases; prompt relief;
advice free. 319 S. Spring st.; rooms 27-28.
DR. TAYLOR -- FEMALE SPECIALIST
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER,
Main street.
DR. T. W. STONE, ATTENTION TO
diseases of women. 415% S. SPRING.
DR. LANE & CO., SPECIALISTS. 330*4
S. SPRING ST., over Santa Fe offices.
GROCERIES
A. B.FIHSICHS GROCERY, FORMER-
Iy at 328 W. sth St., Is now located at
tH W. Pico st. (Goods always th«
best at right prices. Prompt deliv-
«ry. Both phones.
UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS
BUY HERE AT FACTORY PRICES.
Big assortment, Umbrellas re-covered
and made to order. 117 W. FOURTH
ST.. new Hellman building.
PIANOS
PIANOS SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS-
Pianos rented at low rates. A. G. GARD-
NER PIANO HOUSE. Ltd.. 115 Winaton
st. Tel. Black 2221. Home F3189.
CHIMNEY SWEEPS
IUIUMiI k\V__P— UHUAUWAV
1
*0» ■■ Hill, Home IWO. mnln Mod.
45K_
&C?/tfi7fJ&t&Pt*Th* Largsti Bus*
/</P~Z*- _>*Wsbw_! ("ess College In
Bjtr Lee Ang«l«»>
853-6-7 W. 7»h 8«.
JSyMftf^ For Sale
w(£By»*iUjlj3t_r Lot, Ontrnl Arl-
*« »B_wfl'rl___r InKtnn Heights,
%TtWE__Jm*\ r.Oxlf.o; stands 2
•"" ft. above side-
walk. Must be sold this week. Worth
$1500; will be worth $2000 In three
months. Sacrifice equity of $950 for
600 cash. KtiWIJV Al,li|-,HS(>\, 201-203
Laughlln Bldg.
t-DUCATIONAL
MvANTsTrrir^oNirGWEir i 'T~9st-
perienced Spanish teacher. Tolephona
Home C10T.2, or address BOX Ij)2, Herald.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN V] TAT lONS " FOR PROPOSA LS "" TO
EXECUTE GOVERNMENT SURVEYS
IN CALIFoRNA.-Notice No. 4. Notice
is hereby given that sealed proposals win
be received at this office up to and in-
cluding February 1, 1907, for running.
measuring and marking according to law
and Instructions the following described
surveys, to wit; T. 13 8., R. 14 E., sec-
lion lines, 67 miles; urlvate claims, school
land In connection, 150 miles. T. 14 8., R.
I E., section lines no miles; private
claims, school lands and connections 141
miles. T. In 8., R. 14 E., section lines M
miles; private claims, school lands and
connections, 177 miles. T. 16 s., R. 13 c ,
section lines CO miles; private claims,
school lands and connections 187 miles.
V. 10 Si, R. 14 111., section lines 60 miles;
private claims, school land and connec-
neotlons 100 miles. T. 16 S., R. 15 E.,
section lines tiO miles; private claims,
school lands and connections 160 miles.
T. 17 S., R. 15 E., section lines 26 miles;
private claims, school lands and connec-
tions. 90 miles (all S. B. M). Bids must
be submitted in duplicate and must be at
i.tated prices per diem for a stated num-
ber of days. The liability of the contract
will be restricted to $6,500 in the case of
one deputy, and to $11,500 in the case of
.1 Him of deputies. All bids must lit;
made in writing, sealed and marked "Pro-
posals to Execute Government Surveys
described In Notice No. 4, dated Jan. 2,
I!:o7." Proposals may be left at this office
in person or inclosed in an envelope and
forwarded by mall. Bids for surveys de-
crlbad in this notice will be opened on
February 2, 1907, and notice forwarded to
the successful bidder within 60 days there-
alter, accompanied with contract, Includ-
ing said surveys, and bond which must
be properly executed and returned to this
office immediately. Only responsible, re-
liable and competent surveyors will be em-
ployed, who must execute their surveys
in person, and will be required to give
bend in double the amount of contract in
each Instance. It will be required that
the surveys heroin described be completed
i'nd returns made to this office on or be-
fore M_rch 1, 1908. Surveyors may sub-
mit bids under more than one notice, but
the bids must be separate under each, and
this office will limit each deputy to such
an amount of work as can be properly
completed within the time specified. The
right Is reserved by this office to reject
any and all bids and no contracts will be
binding on the part of the United States
until approved by the Commissioner of
the General Land Office.
i W. 8. GRAHAM.
U. S. Surveyor General for California.
Office of U. S. Surveyor General,
San Francisco. California, Jan. 2, 1907.
1-2-4-7-9-11-14 Ct ; . .."V
NOTICE OF SHAREHOLDERS' MEET-
ing— The regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the National Bank of
Commerce In Los Angeles, for the elec-
tion of directors and for the transaction
of such other business as may come De-
fore the meeting, will be held at Its
banking office, northeast corner Sixth and
Spring streets, in the city of Los Ange-
les, county of Los Angeles, state of Cali-
fornia, on Tuesday, the Sth day of Janu-
ary, 1907. at 3 o'clock p. m. ■
Polls will be open from 10 o'clock a. m.
until 4 o'clock p. m. of that day. • ■ ■..'■~<~ r l
By order of the board of directors.
CHARLES EWING. Cashier. :
12-8-1-7 31t ■ . ' -. . ■ ■■
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting -
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of Manhattan Sav-
ings bank, for the election of directors
and for the transaction of such othe^
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 Bth day of January. 1907, at 3:30
o'clock p. m.
By order of the board of directors.
CHARLES EWING, Secretary.
12-23-1-7 16t . • ■
Notice of .Stockholder!.' Meeting;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Pacific Clay Manufacturing com-
pany will be held at room 312. Bullard
block, In this city, Tuesday, January 16,
1907, 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., Deo. 22, 1906.
' 12-23-1-5 14t .
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the second annual meeting of the stock-
holders c * Consolidated Realty company
will be held at the office of said com-
pany, 520 Chamber of Commerce build-
ing, Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 8, 1907, at 7:30
p. m. fur the purpose of electing directors
and for the transaction of such other
business as may be brought before said
meeting. F. JORDAN, Secretary.
12-23-1-8 17t
LAUGH ON THE MILLIONAIRE
Wealthy Man of Manitou Is Annoyed
Because One Vote Made Him
Constable
Special to The Herald.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Jan. 3 —
— I'nless the well known Manitou mil
lionaire, D. H. Kupp, can discover some
way Of dodging tl ofllce the vote of a
woman who wanted to annoy him hua
mude him constable of Manitou.
Harry Penfleld, the .Republican candi
date, got all but one of the votes cast.
There was no Democratic nominee.
Penfleld declares ho will not qualify,
and because of the stand he takes It will
bcb be up to Kupp to get a star and a club
and preserve the peace of hit) baili
wick. :• .-;/;..■■:.■: i: yC-'-Vi/.**:
Rupp la certain it is a woman who has
been opposed to him In certain litigation
who rubbed the name of Penfleia from
her ballot and wrote In the name of
the son-in-law of J. B. Wheeler.
Wheeler is one of the wealthiest men in
Colorado. The marriage of hlb daugh
ter to Rupp was one of the most im
portant events in the annals of society
at Manltou. Rupp refuses to mention
the name of the person be suspects.
Just what excuse Rupp will offer for
declining to serve the public remains to
bn heard.
"I" I cannot afford to accept the office
and let that woman have the laugh on
mc,"m me," is what tho man of money says
to his friers. His friends, however,
tell him that It will not .to for him to
brush ankle hi* duty us a oil MM and
they are urging him to read the penal
code, arm himself, procure a badge and
get busy.
Everything you wane you will And la
th* classified i>ug»-» iuoU«rn encyclo
pedia. On» cent • word.

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