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T .OB ANORLEfI, .Tftn. 13, 1908^ TjmeJßarjTrrr.lFfiiml WdJVIcJ _Wthr._ I a.m. 29.05T47 I~M rSE"~| 8 Ct mill S p,m.|BO.oo| 83 I «l I B I B. |Pt. eldjr. Maximum temperature, M. Minimum tpm.iiern.tnrA,. M Rnlnffill f nst 24 hours, .20. tltnlnfnll for season, 10.CT. Possible sunshine ,1 n . 13, 10 hours, 1 minute. Actual sunshine Jan. 13, r> hours 30 minutes. FUNERAL NOTICE ••rm«rniil llrnl lirrlinn.l funeral police Members of the funeral committee ■iv requested to nttend the funeral of Sister Lnurn. V. Duncan of llcrmnsn lodge No. II today nt 1:30 p. m. Nt pierce Bro.'s parlor. Interment at Sacramento. £ fifte M. A. LASHLBB, See. Peck * Chnse Co., undertakers and »m- l>nlmer<i; ln.ly assistants. 433 South Hill. Tel. Mnin 61. ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY | Successors to Orr & lllnes Co. Funeral ■ directors. Corner Tenth nmi Flo— er Sis. . Mnln 'i.'i Home Fl'i'l. Lndy ns.«l»tnnt. ) CHURCH NOTICE* CHRIST CIIIJHCH -' cdHNER™i2TH . nnd Flower. Rev, Halter I. Lee, rector. Sunday services nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; early celebration holy communion on third Kiindny and Snlnts' day, at 7:30 B. m. Strangers especially Invited. Uni- versity mrs pan! the door. Those desir- ing telephonp connections for "shut-Ins" telephono 7912. Church physician nt the church every morning from 8:30 to 1:30. Services nnd medlclno free, to nil. Church open dally for private prayer from 8 n. m. until 5 p. m. PENIEL HALL, 227 SOUTH MAIN street — A noonday prayer meeting I! held each week day, 12 to 1 o'clock. Gospel meeting every night at 7:60 p. m. Sunday services ns follows; 9 a. m., men's prayer meeting;; 9:45. Sab- bath school and Bible class; 11 o'clock, preaching; 3 p. m., holiness meeting; evangelistic service at night. Rev. T. P. -Ferguson. Mrs. M. P. Ferguson and G. B. Studd, super- intendents of the mission. IMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner of Tenth and Flgueroa streets. Rev. Rugh K. Walker, I). ]> the pastor, will preach tomorrow nt 1 o'clock and nt 7:30 o'clock. Sub- jects: Morning, "Tho Strength of a Man;" evening. "Providing Against an Empty Heart." The chorus will us- cist the quartet In the evening ser- vice. Strangers are especially in- vited to attend tho services of our church. SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIEN- tIst — Simpson auditorium, 734 S. Hope street. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. in.: sermon from the Christian Science Quarterly. Subject "Faith." Children'! Sunday school 0:30 a. m.; Wednesday evening meeting, 8 o'clock. Reading rooms 610-11 Herman W. Holl- man building. Spring and Fourth streets, open dully, Sundays excepted, from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 514 West Adams, near Flgueroa street. Rev. Lewis O. Morris, rector. Sunday ser- vices. 7:30 a. m.. 11 n. m.. 5 p. m. This is a FREE church and all are cordially In- vited. Take the Grand avenue car to Adams slreot and walk one block west. Take the University car to Chester place, walk through Chester place and one block east on Adams street. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH^ Hope street, near Ninth. Seats free. Rev. Wm. K. Day, D. D., pastor; Rev. Warren F. Day. D. D., pastor emeritus; Harry Clifford Lott, choir master; Dean Walter F. Skecle, organist.— Morning service. 11 o clock: evening services 7:30. MONEY TO LOAN WE MAKE LOANS ON^FURNITURE. pianos, horses, wagons, carriages, cattle, etc., without removal from your pos- session. Loans also made to salaried persons on plain note without Indorser or publicity. Lowest rates In town. * • FIDELITY LOAN CO., •' **■''*. 629 Mnson building. ■ !- i. . \ 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 Indorsers; easy payments, roft'.lv' 1 - lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to :80. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO., Cai-lilS 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. MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, jewelry, pianos, furs, furniture, any security; lowest rates; private office for ladies. UNION LOAN CO., 114 S. Spring st. Phone 2689. MONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS S. WADS- WORTH, 319 & 820 Douglas bldg., will lend money on city or county real estate. ■ TO LOAN-JEWELRY LOAN~CO..'ON diamonds,' jewelry, etc. 328% SOUTH SPRING ST. Room 12. iWlfl LOAN MONEY TO SALARIED PEO- ple; confidential. Mutual Trust Co., 421 Bollard t'k. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES PATENTS PROCURED OR FEE RE- turned; send sketch for free opinion as to patentability, EVERETT DUFOUR & CO. (Washington's leading patent at- torneys; members of the bar of the su- preme court of the United States, and expert mechanical engineers). Opposite U. 8. patent office, Washington, D. C. A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALR - Rent paid up to February 1; no In- cumbrance; must bo back cast on ac- count of death In family. Call at 206 fl. LOS ANGELES ST., Los Angeles. WANT RESTAURANT, DRUGGIST, butcher, to rent stores cor. E. 25th and Slauson car line. SIDDALL, 207 Copp building. FOR SALE— ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY and machine shop. Address BOX 449 Herald. PERSONALS L^DH^sT^DRT^nL^FR^N^C^^COM^ pound; safe, speedy regulator; 250. Druggists or mall. Booklet free. Dr. LaFRANCO. Philadelphia. Pa. LADIES DESIROUS OF AUGMENTING their income should communicate with J. H. WOODS, 411 Thorp* bldg.; no business ability necessary. Social tact only required. DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 819 S. Main? BOCIETY NOTICES "LOVE," COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE; Whom to Marry. When to Marry and How to Live Happy After Marriage," a free lecture illustrated with living specimens selected from tho audi- ence by Prof. J. P. de Blumenthal be- fore tho Progressive club Sunday evening:, January 20, in Symphony hall. 232 South Hill street. TRUBSEB ARB^^t?)U^^tpfUßEffr^TsO^?6u wear a truss from which you are Buffering? 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. BUSINESS PERSONALS pillows renoVatrd at ACME FEATHER WORKS. 768 Sun Pedro st. Tel. Sunset Main 1160; Home TEAMSTERS AND TRANSFERRING *'°,» i;i.\,.k HAULINQ. SIGNAL m e»u U '» Te i P'e st Both '°" ' -IBM. Estimate* furnished. ■,;', PHYSICIANS Cancers and Tumors Cured With Liquid, Powder. Balve or Plaster, as the case, most need*. Treatments the pest, safest nnd least painful known. N.i knife, no blood, no danger. Visit us for proof. Prices always reasonable. CALIFORNIA CANCER CURE 7.M Wrnt 16fh It, M. I, HtTCKINS, M D., Mgr Phone Weil 2169. DR. AND MTIB. CARTER, SUCCESS fully treat nil femnle diseases and Ir- regularities; 20 yeirs' experience; coll- jnltntlon fre«. Hours 9 a. m. trt A p. m.; Sunday* 10 to 12 ft. m. 204 MERCAN- .- I M,i: PLACE, v. r m 8 ' Mining. CONFIDENTIAL- TREATMENT —IN prlvntn dlsensrn; male and female troubles. Irregularities, etc.: quick re- lief gun ran teed. DR. RUSH ELL, 642 _H. Main St. DR. HAllltKNlU'ltd, FBMALB Dli (•rises, monthly Irregularities; stricture, piles, blood, skin nnd private diseases. 45fi south mtoA dway. DR, Ml'.ltiui.l.. BPBCIALtST— FBMALfI I complaints, scientific methods, chronic I nnd prlvnts disease* — either sex. SMti'A ■ SOUTH BROADWAY. !mi. BONEBTEEL., 122S S. HILL, CURES I rheumatism, neuralgia and chronic din- I ruses by electrical vibration; no drugs; I Consultation free. I'l IK ORIENTAL MEDICAL TNSTI- Into, 314 E. Fifth street, guarantees to euro chronic and nervous diseases of men; consultation free. < , MRS. LAIYOU, SPECIALTST. ALL forms femnle diseases; prompt relief; ndvlco free. 319 S. Spring It.; rooms 27-28. FOR PAINLESS confFnement, good rare and plensnnt room In private fam- ily nddre;:s LOCK BOX 393, Redondo. DR. TAY..OR - FEMALE SPECIALIST nd obstetrics. UKLASCO THEATER, Mnin street. DR. T. W. STONE, ATTENTION TO diseases of wonirn. 411 i% S. SPRING. DTI. LANE Si CO., SPECIALISTS, 330V4 H. BPRTNCI ST.. over Santa Fe offices, SPECIAL NOTICES REMOVAL NOTICE— WE HAVE REMOVED FROM THR OROBBH BUILDIiNO TO LARGER AND BETTER LOCATED OFFICES AT 848 SOUTH SPRING STREET. WHERE WE WILL HE PLEASED TO BEE ALL OUR OLD AS WELL A3 NEW CUSTOMERS. THE GOLDEN WEST REALTY CO., 043 SOUTH SPRIN GST. IMPORTANT NOTICE Any parties having stock In the SONOITA VALLEY I, AND A COLO- NIZATION COMPANY of Galveston, - Texas, will be greatly benefited by at once calling or writing to . GEO. 11. HENCHMAN, Orena Hotel. CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLEAN" Ing Works clean carpets; upholster- ing, repairing. 229 E. 4th st. Phone Main 715. Home A 8254. , a^BMfcDR. A. POLASKY. oculist and RjK_rS_°r> tlc! ' in of 40 years' experience, now located at 317 W. 3d. Ex- amination free. Sunset Phone M. 6011. CLEAN WATCH. EOC; MAIN SPRINGS^ 60c; warranted; old gold $1 pwt. 451 S. MAIN anil fi!7 B. SPRING. SANITARIUMS MRS. M. HERRERTS^SANITARIUM^ Massage, baths of all kinds; newly equipped with needlo spray and shower; Russian and Turkish baths a specialty; chiropody, manicuring; scalp and facial massage. 225 V& W. IST ST. Home 3809. TUB. VAPOR AND SULPHUME BATHS, massage, vibratory treatments for rheu- matism, nervous debility; manicuring, face and scalp, r>2OV4 8. IVway. Tel. 9532. BATHS AND MASSAGE INDIGESTION, NERVOUS DISEASES and rheumatism cured without drugs. Expert massage. Physicians' refer- ences. HARRIETT E. LAMB. 119 Vi - S. Spring. Home phone A(il3o. SCIENTIFIC BATHS AND MASSAGE by experience lady from the east. Come once and you will call again. 328V4 N. MAIN. PALATIAL BATHS; EASTERN TRAIN- ed operntors. Formerly 127H N. Bdway.; now 126% N. SPRING. Home A 2423. YOU ARE NOT HURRIED WHEN YOU pro to 125 TEMPLE for bath nnd mas- sage. Best of patronage solicited. LONDON MANICURE AND MASSAGE parlors, Nubian perfumed treatment. 141^ N. Broadway, parlor 6. Select. THE ROSENBERG BATH & MASSAGE Institute, 309 Temple st. cor. Bdway. Ex- pert operators. Home ASO7G. ALDA BATHS, VAPOR AND ELEC- trlc, oil rubs, massage. 321 TEMPLE ■ ST., room 3. New attendant. VAPOR TUB BATHS AND "massage; alcohol and oil rubs, electric treatments. 218 N. MAIN ST.. room 11. MANICURING. SCALP TREATMENTS— Have you tried them? Room 1, 610% S. SPRING. _" SULPHUME VAPOR MASSAGE AND chiropody. 701 ,6 S. Bdway. Tel. Main 3133. DR. MAUD HOLLEY, VACUUM DE- veloper, 215% S. SPRING; room 3. Phone 7340. SCALP TREATMENT AND MANICUR- ing. 610% S. Spring. 3d floor, room 20. ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANKLIN St., room li. Baths and massage. DENTISTS DR. WM. BACHMAN. DENTIST, FOR- meriy of Minneapolis, Is permanently located at 209-10 Johnson Bldg., 4th and Broadway. Both phones. DX. KLECKiINSTISIN. DENTIST, 132 N. Broadway, Thorpe bldg. Free treat- ment until Jan. 15. Open evenings and Sundays. DR. CICERO STEVENS, DENTIST, suite 411-412 Lankershlm bldg. FRANK STEVENS. 324% SO. PPRINg! TRANSFER AND STORAGE COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO., 415-417-11!) 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. fine furniture, etc., trunks, boxes, etc. stored 25c to 50c per month. We solicit your patronage). ATTORN EYS.AT.I.AW MTuTuAGE^AN^intoTnCTirLXIvS^A specialty. No fee without success. IS. P. MORKY, 521 Btlmson blk.. cor. Third and Spring. Phone 6718. Open evenings. DIVORCE LAWS — ADVICE FREE; NO fee without success; private. J. H. SMITH. 122 W. Third St.. room 221. 1 to 5 p. m. PATENTB AND PATENT RIGHTS PATENTS OBTAINED — EXPERl- enced draughtsman in office. A. II MERRILL 727 Grosse bldg., 6th and Spring. Bdway. 1762. PIONEER PATENT AGENCY, HAZ- ARD & Si AUSH. Citizens National Hank bids. Free 'book on patents. GROCERIES A. a FIRBICU'S GROCERY, FORMER- 1/ at m W. 6th at., la now located at 684 W. Floo at. Goods always to* best at right prices. Prompt dellv- »ry. Both phones. PIANOS PIANOS SOLD ON EASY" PAYMENTS^ Pianos rented at low rates. A. G. GARD- NER PIANO HOUSE), Ltd., 115 Winston •1 Tel Clack mil Home Ms»., LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, IQO7. WANTED Help— Rn (ROM BRPtiOTMBIIT aorncy RnllAhin help of nil kind* fur- nished on short notice; no order too *mnll or too hir<ro for us to handle. Hundreds of employers In Los An- R.->lr<» ripMlt highly of our methods. we would he :i<l to hnve you call on us for your help. We have large lists nil thn time for those that v ;i il work mil are willing workers. A siiuare i|c;il to Hi., work- in* linn ,-md woman nil the time has Riven us first position In the Los An- geles employment field. Come early and pro to work. Plenty of good positions on our lists. Come and nee us. Mi 1, 10 IIRM« WANTI4I) Mill m»n ll.so, timber man, mine. $4, 3 or 4 miners At once, ranch hand $40, etc., milkers, $40, etc., soctlon foreman $70 mo., teamsters $2 nnd $2.2,', laborers $2 and *2.2.-), milk waßon driver $40, etc., par repair men LT.c hour, car carpenter* 27 Vie hour, in. 11, nnd wife, foreman and cfff.k. $1)0 nnd fd.; nlso hotel and restaurant help of all kinds. Call and sen our list of female help iran 'i ni;i» (miss mmim.ovmrnt acimncy, 1.14 Baal Second Slri-«-t. Mnln ns-.-ip. Home A70T.0. SOUTHERN ~~~ employment office 201 Baal Second st. .1. SAMSON. I'rop. I'hone Home \ r.u.-.'i. Do you want I job? Do you nerd help? If In need of either son us. Wnnted 2d cook hotel, Arizona, $60; camp cook, $6.'i; r» ranch hands, $3". and found; 10 teamster*, $2.25; 2d Inboren. $2 nnd $2.25 per dny, nenr city. We ship today, Mondny, free fare. Tenmsters and laborers for Needles; also for Tonopnh nnd Tide- Water railroad. If In need of help of any kind glvo us a trlnl. Will fill your orders In short notice, MUTUAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 200 S. LOB AIfQBLISI BTHRKT. Homo A 3989. Bdway. 4535. We do glvo satisfaction and have proved it. If you want help call us up by phono and place your orders and Klve us a trin]. Bridge carpen- ters $3.25 to $3.R0 a dny, miners $4 a dny, ship Arizona, free fare. Tinners, laborers to work nights, hatchet nnd saw carpenters, good lumber pliers, gold miners for Arizona. Plenty of other good positions on our lists. I iITED »=• HELP lIANSUN 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. MARKS* EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 12i> Enst Second Street. Phones Main 465. Home A 5647. All classes of help furnished, hotels, restaurants, lodging houses, etc. FOREIGN DEPARTMENT Mexican, Japanese, Italian, French, etc., furnished on short notice. HUMMEL BROS. & 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 Paciiic coast. HUMMEL BROS. & CO., 16 and 118 East Second street. Telephones Main BOD; Homo 509. WANTED— MEN TO TRAVEL, DE- lver samples and advertise our goods locally. Salary $01 per month and expenses. REEZL.RY • CO., Dept. B, Monon Block. Chicago, WANTED — Boys with bikes to enrry Herald mule-.: good pay. See MANSFIELD, _rireii!ntlon »ep«. 300 MEN W A D.TiTn. BROADWAY, hat factory, save you $2 to $5 remod- eling: your old hat like new; 60c up. MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE. Situation* guaranteed. MOLER SYS- TEM COLLEGE, 113 East Second street.. WANTED— MEN TO TRAVEL NEAR- by cities, expenses advanced. Call all . day Sunday. ACME MFG. CO., room 1. 513 Wall street. WANTED— MEN TO TRAVEL NEAR- by cities; expenses advanced. ACME MFG. CO., room 11, Bill Wall street. WANTED-liaN LIVING NEAR 1030 W. 23d st. to milk, care for horse and work about two houses. DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 519 S. Main. Help — Female WANTED— ~~ Hotel waitresses, city and country, $26 and $30 mo., room and board; cafe and restaurant waitresses city and country, $8 and $9 week;' shirt and collar ironer, $15 week; laundry wo- man, $30 mo. and fd.; mangle girls. $7 week; 2nd girl, $30 mo.; counter waitresses, $9 week; house girls, city and country, $20 to $35 mo.; cooks, city and country.' Many other good positions. You can always get a good position at HANSEX EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 204 Emit Second St. — GINGHAM APRONS; MAKE highest wages; material sent to door free of charge. Stamped addressed envelope for particulars. L. P. RICHARDS, 4504 Cottage Grove aye., Chicago. LADIES TO WORK PIECEWORK, $3 per doz.; materials furnished; no canvassing; steady work. Stamped envelope. BEST MFG. CO., Cham- plain bldg., Chicago. ONE OR TWO FOR INSTRUCTION IN hair dressing and parlor work; prac- tical experienco In good parlor with highest connections. BOX 501, Sta- tlon C. City. WANTED— A REAL GOOD COOK, $7 < er week; no washing. 1030 W. 23D ST. Miscellaneous FOR MOUNTED ENGINES and pumps for pumping out cellars, etc.; also air compressors and engines tor cleaning and testing wells. R. KELLY MACHINERY CO., corner of Mission road and Mucy street. Phone Boyle 126. WANTED— 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 South Main street. "*. WANTED— HORSE OR HORSE AND buggy; must be nice looking and cheap; horse must be black or bay. good trav- eler, under 7. and gentle. 747 B. MAIN. To Rent WANTED- I ALL OWNERS —TO KNOW THAT WE —DO A RENTAL BUSINESS DON'T WORRY —IF YOU WANT A TENANT —LIST YOUR PROPERTY—— WITH US MINES A FAItIHH, 815 SOUTH HILL BTREET. Money WANT MOO AND $1200 ON RENTED cottages. 11. E. 81DDALL, 207 Copp building. - * WANT $2000 3 YEARS ON STORE ULDO^ Rented $<JO. H. E. SIDDALL. 207 Copp bldif. COLLECTION AGENCIES DON T WORRyT" BEB aUARCUiIiaHY Collection Co. about your bad bills. 804 Severance Bids. WANTED To Purchase— Real Estat« WANTED— ' For customer, 8 or room rooming house; walking dlstnnce. Owners only 1 vii 1 nt lon. «3« lilt \ MO It I, ltd. WANTED TO i-i rchaSk FOREIGN nnil collection; old Isstfos preferred. _BOX_42l,_Heral.l. Live Stock WANTED TO HIV A IHOIT HEADED black or dark bay horse; must be good _ traveler a|,l gentle. 717 ;y MAIN ST. FOR RENT / Stores and Offices FOR RENT-BTOHKS- sloo— Corner, 701 West Seventh st. : 25-2101-6 K.i ■<! Ninth st. ; 15—1013 Raul Ninth St. !16 80S Kant Ninth St. 15-2311 Kant Ninth st. 1l 1011 'tut First St. : 15— 1122 East Seventh St. $20-1112H Bam Seventh it. T. VVIESKNDANOKIt, 207 B. Broadway. FOR RENT-STORES, $10, $20. Ifilß E. ?r.tli <or. 111 3 0" or II tit-. Apply at BA IvERY, ____ Houeee $10: 4 ROOMS; $16, 5 ROOMS; MlN- thorn, 1542 K. Adorns; Hooper car lino. nt. 4 ROOMS. M 1 ON PAYMENTS. Beldln. IMB 1:. 2Cth; cor. llauion car. COTTAGKS, $10. m, WATER PAID. GLABBY, cor. giaulon car line. Houses— Furnished TO LET— A LARGE COMMODIOUS AND modern 11-room residence In fnshion- nhle Westlnke district; elegantly fin*- nlshed, complete, Including a new pi- no; hns barn and servants' quarters in rear of Inrge lot, Parties desire to lease, 'premises for 1 year. Inquire ,it «14 MA in mi . DO., 224 8. Spring st . Rooms Furnished FOR $1 A DAY YOU CAN RENT AN outside room beautifully furnished; new. with elegant hotel service; am hent, at To,') W. 7TH ST. Rooms FOR RENT-3 LARGE UNFURNISH- ed sunny rooms for housekeeping, $8. 244 E. 31ST ST. Rooms and Board ROOM AND BOARD $6 PER WEEK, or room WK.iOUt board reasonable. i!tiOS>i CENTRAL AYE. Flats— Furnished FOR $1.1 MONTHLY YOU CAN ; Always rent housekeeping- APARTMENTS, furnished complete, 3 rooms, phone, bath, hot water, iras range, 334 South Flgueroa, 812 West Fourth, 102 South Beaudry, 150 North Beaudry, 1020 Col- ton, 1133 to 1141 West First, 204 to 222 North Fremont, 911 Diamond, 712 Ceres aye., 836 Crocker, 1003 to 1011 East Ninth sts.; also flats and resi- dences for rent. T. WEISENDAN- GER. 207 S. Broadway. Flats TO LET— S-ROOM FLAT ON EAST Twelfth street near Central avenue. Owner at 1110 WEST TWENTY- NINTH ST. Tel. 83104. Hotels and Lodging Houses FOR RENT— ROOMING HOUSE; FUR- nlture for sale. 134 S. BUNKER HILL. FOR SALE Houses S-ROOM BUNGALOW MlNMlon style, tinted nnll.i, large living; room, fireplace, ennmeled nud nickel plumbing-; targe level lot, Bur- den :inil flower*, fenced) chicken ran 12 ft. by 40 ft.; cement Nldevrnlkii nd curbs, oiled street, locnted one- half black from the ii.--.-i I>nsndcna boulevurd, 5 cent car fare, elve minute*' ride to business part of city. Price 92700. Alnn one lot In the Highland Villa tract within one block of the East First street enr line for $430. Address OWNER, Dot 173, Herald office, or telephone Home €1052. FOR SALE- SPLENDID RESIDENCE. HALLDALE AND 30TH ST. LARGE CORNER LOT. One of the most desirable mod- ern houses in the city; an archi- tectural beauty; an ideal interior; the fixtures are of the massive mission style, and the whole In- terior is in harmony with them; 7 rooms, well polished hardwood floors, magnificent built-in buffet, heavy beamed ceilings and pan- eled dining room. The house con- tains every convenience. It will appeal to your artistic sense and your love of comfort; price $6.'50. only $1500 cash required. JONES « RYDER LAND CO., 218 West Third st. FOR SALE- ~"™~ "™ 6-room cottage with bath, toilet, man- tel, etc.; lot r.oxl2>; price $1830; $100 cash, balance $:i) per month. 4-room California house with five lots, i blocks from car line; price $3000; ft cash. B. O.~D_VBNS, 127 Laughlln bldg., 313 South Broadway. START THE NEW YKAB KKiUT OWN YOUR OWN HOME I HAVE SOME BARGAINS IN 4, 5 AND 0-ROOM BUNGALOWS. AND AFTER THE FIRST SMALL PAY- MENT THE REST IS THE SAME AS RENT. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY SEEING MB AS I LIST NOTHING THAT 13 NOT MODERN AND UN- DER THE MARKET VALUE. J. I, «ii"i :\( 1 ■:». .111., 217 GRANT BLDG., Cor. Fourth and S. Broadway. HOME A 5734. MAIN 4413. 1 mi sMi — " " 16-room modern flats, near the Salt Lake new shops. Furnished and rented: always full. Cau be rented singly or en suite. Brings In $115 per month. $6750 all told. Surely this la a snap. F. D. DAVIDS, 1425 hi. I.'lrnt Si. Home 41378. Boyle 1885. FOR SALE-I2BOU. Positively best home In city for the price. 214 EAST 42D ST. >, Can be seen only before 12 noon. J. R. MACLINTOCK. 704 Grant bldg. FOR CHEAP FOR CASH. 7- room house, modern, close in, south- east, near 8111 Pedro at., owner leaving city, will leave new carpets, furniture, etc. Apply to HENRY SIEMER, 403-3 liyson blk. im COURT, NEAR ALVARADO: Temple cars; 6 rmi. $2350; $50 down. Hi DOWN. $25 MONTHLY, 4 ROOMS. $2000) keys 1612 E. Adams. Hooper cars. 1721 B. 818 T. NEAR dI.AI'SON CAR line; 6 inn. barn; new; $3000; $100 down. FOR SALE ' Hou'ie« FOR HAM. HEAUTIFUI. NBW TH?Nf»ALOW WEST ADAMS HEIGHTS TIIACT. ONLY $3750. This Is nn exceptionally handsome i mom bungalow. Th« owner has tried to outdo everything In Hi" bungalow line .it or near th« price and we think he ha* succerdert. In a fashionable neighborhood. Lot SOxISB. This property, considering locution n ml the house Itself, rnnnot be duplicated In th« city. Terms, on^-hnlf cash. BOI>K AGENTS, JONES A RYDER LAND COM- PANY. 21 West Third Street. rim sale- " " New bungalow, southwest; i room?, den, living and dining rooms, have hard wood floors, benm nnd moulding cell- Ings and paneled walls, finished In Flemish onk; handsome mantel and fire- place, plate rail, beautlfifl leaded (flail buffet, bookenses, (earn, extra fine fix- tures, bedrooms and bath finished In white, special linen closet, screen porch, two laundry tubs; fruit closet, large lot to alley; a rare bargain at $3750; |800 cash to quick buyer. PITTBHURG REAL ESTATE CO., 811-18 Laiighiln bid?. 12700; $1500 CASH, 2 COTTAGES RENT- «d $25. SIDDALL. t i Copp building. _ 12500, $1300 CASH; 2 COTTAGES. RENT- ed. $26. BIDOALL. 207 Copp bldg. City Lots and Lands FOR BALE BARGAIN $450 This price Is $150 less than adjoining lots are selling for. 50x133 HIGHLAND VILLA TRACT One block from East First St. car line. Have one other lot In same tract to bfl 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 Vacant, 8 lots 25x107 each; east front. New Hampshire near 12th; $600 each; $25 down, $10 per mo. Fine corner, Normandle south of Washington; 52x140 to alley; $1500; terms. Golden West Realty Co. 643 S. Spring St. ON EAST ADAMS STREET I have one lot left 40x125 This Is fast becoming' a manufac- turing district and will soon be classed as business property. Buy now and double your money later. Will nell now for Come In and see me Monday and let me explain particulars and terms. THIS IS A BARGAIN ■ BOX 400. Herald. FOR SALE — , -GOO~DLOT- —EAST ADAMS STREET— —40x125— —PRICE $1000— —TERMS— Addrma BOX 413, Herald Office. FOR SALE— -^— — — — — TEN DOLLARS A MONTH PAY- MENT. LOTS IN CITY OF LOS AN- GELES r.OxIRO FEET. 15 MINUTES TO BUSINESS CENTER. AT FROM TWO HUNDRED TO FIVE HUN- DRED DOLLARS EACH. LOTS AT FOUR HUNDRED DOLLARS AND OVER IN SILVER LAKE PLACE, ADJOINING LOS ANGELES CITY ON THE NORTH: INCLUDES WATER AND FIVE- FOOT CEMENT SIDE- WALK; OILED STREET. M. L. WICKS, 128 I. W. lIKM.MAK H1, H0.. SECOND AND BROADWAY. 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 Stephenson ayes. $750 LOTS FOR $550. — THE— McCarthy company's florence HEIGHTS TRACT Call, phone or send for free tickets. the MCCARTHY COMPANY, 203 North Broadway, Phones: Main 1202, Home 8737. IT PASSES ALL TESTS-NO MUD— lake— high, dry and beautiful. Buy now a lot In the McCarthy company's florence heights. Call, phone or send for free tickets at main office, 203 N. Broadway. Phones: Home 8787. Main 1202. The greatest high grade low priced property on the Los Angeles market. FOR AIK A large lot on Sixty-eighth street, near Main, 80x140. Price $1100. This is $200 cheaper than anything in the vicinity. THOS. J~HAIIPTON. 205-6 Mason Opera House. L, A. R. 11. FOR SALE -I HAVE 31 LOTS AT OAR- vanxa, nice sandy loam, will sell all for $300 each cash; big money for some one. HENRY 81EMER, 402-3 Bryson blk. FOR BALM-POOL ROOM AND CIUAU ta BBV*KNTSI Pl * °* i a bar * aln - * 10 FOR SALE Business Property I'fiii fIALE-BtISINESfI PROPERTY- S2O,OW>— He) feet on Henuilry, 12S feet on Third, with 10-room mod house. $|o,ono_<>-room modern house, 217 South HeandrK. $(7,00<V-N. R cor. Thlrrl find Hoylston, M feot nn Boylgton, averngo depth 174 f?et. $42,000— West side of Itoyl«ton, between Third and Snphlre; first-class hoi 11 dlte. $.llofl-<'ott.iKo 1110 Wot Second St.; lot 30x113 to IB fool alley AI,M*O\ n All LOW. 213 S. llrnndwny. room 124. Phone Main 4(19. Home A 5091. nr.-.00 Hire |« n Rood Inrnlnifiit. nny Improved hnftlnriM property, lornt-*fl oppnulte S. I. lly. Co.'* ynrrtu, cor. Snn I<>rnnnil» nnd Ann ntft.i Improved ttIIIi n 22- room Induing lioimr, fncloK nn Son I'rrnnnilo at., nnd a 4-ronm cot — tK«r fnilnK on Ann *( both rented, I,o« ROxino fl. Thin mutt be sold at ni'f, Ariilreftn iir,iM:n, lorw *. olive St. RESTAURANT KO*fl SALE— MUST dell; proprietor going to hospital. _C24_EAST_FmST_s;iV Suburban Property rnn sai.p.— Do you wnnt to mnke money? If so, buy nerengn between this city nn<i Hollywood. This territory will be annexed February 20 and with the new ear lines assured, no better In vestment Is to be had 1 have two 10-acro pieces that look very attrai tlve; nlso three acren tlint will double your money In tWO years' time. Call and see me for particular!'. A 2103. ,II»S. B. IIAVIS, 718 I-BV lII.Ik. FOII i:A<;i,ia hock lots "r^Z WAI.KKII A «I,AHIC. Agent*. Homo phone 402, Sunset Flora 8141. through Glendale Exchange, Office corner of Central and Colorado ayes., end of Efigle Roclt car line. Tract two blocks south. ALTADKNA! — — AtiTADBIVAI ALTADBIfAI For property In this pretty Pasa- dena foothill suburb see 1,. M. PHATT A CO., 008 l.aughlln Hldg., or Altadena office at end of car line. Country Property FOR SALE-THE BEST BUY AT CO- vlna — acres all in bearing navels and Valenclas; housm and barn; 2 blocks electric; line; $3750. Want to exchange city cottages for small chicken ranch on electric line or close to city. ACME REALTY CO. (Inc.), 427-8 Grosse. bids., 6th and Spring. Phones Broadway 1540; Home F5724. FOUR ACRES NEAR OARDENA, house, barn, chicken yard, well, wind- mill and tank. Alfalfa, 3 acres bearing walnuts. trice $3000; terms. BAGIN & CARR, .122 Grant Rltlg. Phones Sunset Main 6448. Home 3778. Government Lands WRIGHT'S GOVERNMENT LAND bureau has a new list of extraordi- nary water bearing lands Just opened, to bo entered as homestead or recla- mation; close to market, two rail- roads, two stations, artesian water, rich mellow loam soil; adjacent to cultivated lands, the products of which took premiums at the world's fair at St. Louis. For those who have made New Year resolutions to acquire good homes here's an oppor- tunity. WRIGHT'S GOVERNMENT LAND BUREAU, 521 Wilcox Bldg. Spring and Second sts., Los Angeles, Cal. Orange Groves FOR SALE— A REAL SNAP, 10 ACRES at San Dlmas; third valenclas, bal- ance lemons; 1905 crop brought $3300, 1906 crop will bring- over $3500; after paying all expenses this grove will easily net 30 per cent a year on the price asked, $8000. 1,. M. I'll ATT A CO., 608 Laughlin Bldg. "Headquar- ters for Orange Groves." FOR SALE-$9OOO, 10 ACRES AT CO- vlna, 7 acres navels, 7 years old; 3 Va- leneias; 5-room house, fine home; will take house in city up to $4000. G. G. FORCE. Gardena. . Furniture FOR SALE-FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM fiat, at a sacrifice on account of owner leaving city; good location for rooming house. 1300H SOUTH MAIN ST. FURNITURE FOR SALE VERY cheap. 1145 SAN JULIAN ST. Country Property — Lake County FREE INFORMATION ON NAPA. SO- noma, Marln, Mendoclno and Lake coun- ties; lectures dally at Chamber of Com- merce. Francis Hope. 222 8. Spring st. Miscellaneous FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND HAND billiard and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds; easy payments. Send for cata- logue. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE- COLLENDER CO., 331 West Third St.. Los Angeles. _______ KOH SAI.K — A good Smith Premier typewriter, No. 2, $30 t-iiHli. Thin In a snap. Ap- ply 417-41* AMKIUCAN NATIONAL lI A Mi. BLDG,, Second nnil llro:nlwny. FOR SALE— THREE l I .MILLS TO move. 4 h. p. engine $57, oil tanks all sizes very cheap. We repair and con- 1 struct. DEMMITT COMPANY, 120 N. Main. YOU CAN BUY GOOD PIANOS AT LOW prices at F. W. KRINGEL'S, 845 South Spring. Tuning and repairing. Broad- way 1:888; Home FBI2G. ASBESTOS COALOIL BRICKS, $2; SAM- ple $1; cheaper than wood or coal. AGENT, 207 Copp building. AN UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE AT less than % price; good as new; party wishes to leave city. 614V4 W. 2D ST. Stocks and Bonds WE ARE ORGANIZING THE GREEN- water Copper Belle Mining company on six claims In the Qrcenwater copper district, quite close to the Victor Min- ing Co. For organization purposes we Khali sell a limited amount of shares at lc per share. Pending organization we will Issue receipts for stock. Call and see map. SOUTH CALIFORNIA STOCK EXCHANGE, 215 Delta bldg. .Tel. F77SI. PALM AND EDI IB DX^^^BJEENT^CLAfR V^3YANT?'IujS'£ ness medium, gives life readings dally; test circles Wednesday eve.. 8 o'clock, 25c. ROOM IS. 119H 8. SPRING ST. UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS BUY HERB AT FACTORY PRICES. Big assortment. Umbrellas re-covered and made to order. 117 W. FOURTH ST., new Hellman building. CONTRACTORS i'C SOIUtELL. CONTRACTOR^ ALL kinds of cement work; repairing a spe- cialty. Phone Home 6723; Broadway lHlfi. 1928 Sacramento St. LOST AN FOUND Lo'jTt— Da3." - i6;"u"d_is VAcliTiN" Set with diamonds a' bottom. Finder please return to HERALD OFFICE > mid receive reward. •HOES REPAIhED MEN^s'oXk"^ SOLEB. SBWKD, 11. I.A- dies' 760. Factory Shoe Store Jit W. ». 9 MO H. Hill. Horn* l».%o. Main 330*. CffiaiM&ZSVtj^ LerfleH Bui- MJ~Zj*" ""^.hh/J sl<r« !"*"• Celleoe In mjT Lot Angelet. *>r 919 1 ■ •■-'! w. 7<h 9*. JEHfjii j _A Sacrifice mj^^^ tor Cash V*Kil^Elii»SlSjr Tvi lots, ono > *j^*4S**^\ ' :i1 Hollywood, j*«.-y- »T.".n . adjoining lots held .11 $1000 each. This lot nost $850; client has got to have money at one,.. $400 cash, balance on contract which enn be aiilgned at once, Don't delay; yon will not take $1000 cash for It in three months. i.;i»\\i\ AMHSn* SON. Agen), 201-201 l.nugliiln Itldg. EDUCATIONAL spXnTsii lessons given nY EX- prlenced Spanish teacher. Telephone Home i'l'T,.'. fir address llf)X Ifi2, Herald. FOR EXCHANGE Real Estats FOR SALE— OR EXCHANGE- Two cottages on West Temple. Will exchange for two clear lots; equity $1600. Price $1800 and $2300. THOS. J. HAMPTON. 205-6 Mason Opera House. L. A. R. B MCDONALD & STOTT, * 309 to 317 Lankershlm 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. Wo 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 Ex. 880. 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 — $7600; THREE HOUSES, rented $50; equity $5000; want land or , lota. H. E. SIDDALL, 207 Copp bldg. Main 4074. MINING AND ASSAYING COPPER COPPER COPPER If 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 birildlng. Lob Angeles. LEGAL NOTICES INVITATIONS FOR "TpROPOSALS^TO EXECUTE GOVERNMENT SURVEYS IN CALIFORNA.-Notlce No. 4. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will 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 S., R. 14 E., sec- tion lines, 67 miles; inlvate claims, school land In connection, 150 miles. T. 14 8., R. I 8., section lines 60 miles; private claims, school lands and connections 141 miles. T. 15 S., R. 14 E., section lines 00 miles; private claims, school lands and connections, 177 mile.*. T. 16 S., It. 13 E . section lines 00 miles; private claim-;, school lands and connections 187 miles. T. 16 S., R. 14 E., section lines 60 miles; private claims, school land and connec- nectlons 105 miles. T. 16 3., R. 15 I-:.. section lines 00 miles; private claim. school lands and connections 160 mile.*. T. 17 S., K. 15 E., section lines M miles; private claims, school lands and connec- tions 90 miles (all S. B. M). Bids must be submitted In duplicate and must be at stated prices per diem for a stated num- ber of days. The liability of the contract will be restricted to }6,5u0 In the case of one deputy, and to $11,500 In the case of a firm of deputies. All bids must be made In writing, sealed and marked "Pro- posals to Execute Government Surveys described in Notice No. 4, dated Jan. i, 1807," Proposals may bo left at this office ir. person or Inclosed In an envelope and forwarded by mail. Bids for surveys de- 1 scribed in this notice will be opened on February 2, 1907, and notice forwarded to the successful bidder within 60 days there- ufter. accompanied with contract, Includ- ing said t surveys, and bond which must be properly executed and returned to thU 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 bo required that the surveys herein described be completed and returns made to this office on or be- fore M-rch 1. Mm. 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 lie 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 or the General Land Office. W. S. GRAHAM, V. S. Surveyor General tor California. office of it's. Surveyor General. Kan Francisco, California, Jan. 2, 1907. 1-2-4-7-9-11-14 tit NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Intend to apply to the state board .if prison directors to be paroled from tim state prison at Fol»om, according to law. HARRY' W. CHUM". • 1-8-22 14t SIGNOR RUSSO IS SUCCESSFUL Stg-noi Domealoo Husso'g many friends In musical circles of this city are well pleased with the success their favorite is achieving in his work at San Francisco with the Lumbardl Op- • era company. Admirers of the local tenor were not slow to predict, when first the company came to this city, that hie voice would aid materially In Improving the personnel of the troupe. His Bret performance in the second production of "Carmen" proved the truth of their words, and Lambardl Wai not slow to see his worth. Blgnor Ruaeo has left his studio work for the time to take up the wider field of grand opera, and his successes in tha northern city give 'evidence of the thorough preparation he ha» had. Kan Francisco reports show that his suc- cess in his own city la if possible being surpassed In the northern metropolis.