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THE WEATHER
' ' LOB AN'!!: I March 6, 1907^
TJmeijTn rJTti j\|H n m P^A. lYl^Ov t hr^
Maximum tempernture, 61.
Minimum tempprntiire, 43.
Rainfall r>A«t 14 hr»., .03.
Rainfall for «oa»on. 17.17. .. „
Ponnlble «.nn<>hlno March 6- 11 hr. Mm.
Actual mmnlilnn March 5—4 hr?. 36 mln.
?V\ ' Weather Conditions
r Fair Tlinrpilny, light woat wind.
DIED
KREMER — Mntllda, ngi .1 70 years, be-
loved wife of M. Kremer and mother
of Mrs. P. Lfttarus, Mrs. Edward Ger-
main, Mrs. 3. W. Ilellmnn, Minn A.
Kremer, Mr. F. 1. and Aba M. Kit
mer, entered Into re*t Tuesday, March
0, 11107. Funeral at the residence of
.1. W. Hellmnn 1126 Lake street,
Thursday, March 7. at 9;80 a. m,
REYNOLDS— John W. Reynolds, husband
of Susan 11., father of William, Charles, i
Frank, Grace, Harvey, Fred, Caroline |
and Htißtnn. died nt the German Ims- 1
pltal March 6; a native of Pennsylvania. |
Peck & Chase Co., unaertnK«rs"*and em- I
nalmerti lady assistant*. 433 South Hill. I
Tel Main 61. . . I
ORR & 'EDWARDS* COMPANY
Successors to Orr A nines Co. Funeral
directors.
Corner Tenth nnd Flower Si*.
Main IS Unmo ViKl\. I.sdy assistant.
'£«' CHURCH NOTICSt
tiie^Tc^^ngTSt^s^f^ell^av^iTipT
Benjamin Fay Mills, permanent minis-
ter, Friday, March 8, 8 p. m., enter-
tainment and social under the auspices
of the Unity club at Blanahara hall; D
to 9 o'clock, high class entertainment on
the stngo, Including an overture by the
Fellowship orchestra, a half hour talk
with demonstrations set to music, by
Mrs. Marie Ellzaheth Bailey on "The
Science of Breath," a vocal solo by Mrs.
Martha Thomas, and other fine num-
bers; 9 to 10 o'clock, unique and fascinat-
lngI Ing conversation game, grouping accord-
lng to states, and grand march; 10 to 11
o'clock, dancing. Tickets. Fellowship
members, 16c; non-members, 26 cents.
All Interested are Invited.
CHRIST CHURCH - CORNER 12TH
snd Flower. Rev. Baker P. Lee, rector.
Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
\ , m.; early celebration holy communion
It op early celebration holy communion
on third Sunday and Saints' day, at 7:39
I f a. m. Strangers especially Invited. Unl-
lv V verslty cars pass the door Those deslr-
i\l Ing telephone connections for "shut-Ins"
« -> telephone 7912. Church physician nt the
church every morning from 8:30 to
1 :80. Services and medicine free to
all. Church open dally for private prayer
from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, BCIEN-
t lst, Simpson auditorium, -734 S. Hope
st. Services Sunday, 11 a. m. and 8 p.
m.; sermon from the Christian Science
•Quarterly; subject, "Substance"; chil-
dren's Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; Wed-
nesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock.
Reading rooms, 510-511 Herman W. Hell-
man building. Spring and Fourth sts.,
open dally, Sundays excepted, from 9 a.
m . to 5 p. m.
THE MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH,
Grand avenue and 23d St., Charles C.
Pierce, pastor. Services 11 a. m. and
7 :30 p. m. Sunday school 10 a. m..
C . E. societies 6:30 p. m. Strangers
especially invited.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
Hope street, near Ninth. Seats free.
Rev. Win. F. Day, D. D., pastor; Rev.
Warren F. Day. D. D.. pastor emeritus;
Hurry Clifford Lott. choir master; Dean
Walter F. Skecle. . organist.— Mornlnz
service. 11 o clock: evening services 7:30.
"SPIRITUALISM AND ITS PARA-
sltes," a free lecture by Prof. J. p.
; ■ de Blumenthal, followed by a discus-
sion before the Progressive club in
, Symphony. hall, 232 S. Hill St., Sunday
evening, March 10, nt 8 o'clock. Vocal
and Instrumental music.
PERSONAL*
THE NEW YORK DOCTORS
V . Our specialist for women. ■
If you have ailments and sufferings
you will find him a most reliable adviser
and capable to give you Immediate re-
lief without drugs -or operations. His
method Is painless, original and never
(alls. His success speaks louder than
words. Sanitarium accommodations if
desired. Consult him personally, free.
Hours 2-4 p. m.
OFFICE 424 SOUTH HILL STREET.
ANYONE KNOWING THE WHERE-
abouts of Nels and Olaf Olson will
confer a favor on them by showing
them nhls ad. or by writing to MISS
CARRIE OLSEN. 540 Forty-sixth St..
Rock Island, 111. •■ . : .
LADIES, DR. LaFRANCO'S COM-
pound; ■ safe, speedy regulator; 25
cents. Druggists or mail. Booklet
free. DR. LaFRANCO. Philadelphia.
Pa. ... - ■.-■.,
DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 519 8 Main.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
JOHN SLATER, BUSINE^S^MEDIUM^I
Private readings dally 10 to 4. Circle
. Friday evening, the Chula Vista, 317
W . THIRD ST.
FEATHER PILLOWS RENOVATED AT
• ACME FEATHER WORKS, 758 San
. Pedro st. Tel. Sunset Main 1166; Home
DENTISTS
£(K?^W_CTjACUM AN, ~Dii^Tl£fT~FOK-
• inerly of Minneapolis, is permanently
■ located at 209-10 Johnson Bldg., 4t&
and Broadway. Both phones.
DR. FLECKENSTEIN. DENTIST, 182 N.
Broadway, Thorps bids., does dental
work right and reasonable. No graft
and no pain.
t FRANK STKVKXS. 824'^ HO. MPRINQ.
MINING AND ASSAYING
<^HEKNwTFEu^MoiiA^S ? ir^oi I i l isa"
CO.
The offer expires March 12. A few
more shares at $4 per 1000, located in
heart of Greenwater district, Cali-
fornia, and" adjoining Hagerty Ban-
croft group. Investigate at once be-
fore it Is too late. Call or write.
Office hours 9 to 4, evenings 7' to 9.
OCCIDENTAL INV. CO., 223 Mason bldg-.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
. % ~? J CULVJIAK WAIt&HOUSIi; r " n ~ n ~
4 16-417-41* San Pedro St
Main Office IU4 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
He to EOo per month. We solicit your
patronage. ■
COST AND FOUND
" STRAYED— A YOUNG JERSEY " COW
with halter and chain. Reward If re-
turned to 2250 W. iith ST., near Mag-
nolla. or phone 81715. ■ ■
FOUNUt-ONH LIGHT IUSIT~j"BRSEY
cow in Pico Heights. Call 978 IUOI.ii
STREET.
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
pfoNEER PATENT AGENCY, HAZARD
& STRAUSS), 639 CltUens Hk. bids..
3 u mid Main st*. Patent book free.
Q . E. HAKI'HAM GETS* PATENTS! IN-
ventlons financed;' 2s yrs.' experience.
4 11 8 Main. R. 484. Patent litigation.
i . PIANOS
pf AVoT^oTiToTrEXsY^pTV MKN'fST^
Piano rented at low rates. A. O.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd., Hi
Winston st. Tel. Black 2221; Home
F 3189.
TEAMSTERS AND TRANSFERRING
- Fum OWN-HAL HAULING. SIGNAL
'.Transfer. U9 Temple St. Both phones
, IW4. Estimate* furnished.
MONEY TO LOAN
Easy Money
MONEY. MC~NEY. MONBT.
Any salaried employe or wage earner
Can get from us, just on his note—
•-a - ■nly. 8. Wkly Week
M -peturn to us..sl3.M $«.<» $3.83
{30- Upturn to us.. 8.00 4.00 1.00
15— Return to us.. 4.00 2.00 1.00
Or any »urn In proportion.
I III; < HI.XI -KNT I.OA" CO.,
7 00 Lankershlm building. >
LOW SALARY LOANS. LOW
HATES "GIVK" YOUR NOTE. BATKiJ
LOW GET $10 TO HOO ' LOW
I iATKfI NO BECtmiTY. RATES
LOW NO INDOnSER. _ LOW
RATES NO PUBLICITY. RATES
LOW Qulckly-Mnde-Uiiletly. LOW
HATES THK BTATE LOAN CO. RATES
LOW 612 OROBSR BLDG. LOW
RATES Cor. (llh and Spring. RATES
LOW Office hours 8:30 to 6p. m. LOW
RATES Bon. Wed. Bat. Bp. m. RATE 3
W E MAKE LOANB ON KIIP.NITIIHB
pianos, horse*, wartons, carriage*, rattle.
etc., without removal from vout yon-
I tension.
Loans also made to salaried persons on
plain note without Indorser or publicity.
Lowest rfttrs In tow...
! Fidelity loan CO..
I ' 529 Mnson building.
f"6 .West Fourth street, cor. Broadway.
I Home phone 7421. Broadway 6171.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried person* on note, without se-
curity, without employer* knowl«dat«
n<l without inriorsprs; easy payment*,
p "- Iv ' ■ lowest rates. Hours 10:80 to
1 :10. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.,
C tA-C29 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATIOS
for building or on Improved city prop-
erty, on a new, definite contract plan!
number of payments limited to 111
months at m per month per $1000; In-
terest <jecr«"«el each month. STATE
MUTUAL B. & L. ASSN.. 107 8. Broad-
way.
7 PER CENT MONEY TO LOAN ON IM-
proved city or ranch property; good
privileges. ■ ,
A CIHF] HRAI.TY CO.,
427-8 GfOSSe Building, i
T O LOAN— ON IMPROVED REAL EB-
t ato, close In, $1000 to $100,000; must
be from owner. Telephone Broadway
3 580. W. H. WASHINGTON, 1512 E.
12th St.
MONEY TO LOAN— THOMAS 9. WADS-
WORTH, 819 & 820 Douglas bldg.,
will lend money on city or county
real estate. ,
SALARY LOANS CONFIDENTIAL
S . N. nUTCHEII,
Merehnntw Trout Co. Wfl-. Room 403.
T O LOAN-JEWELRY LOAN CO., ON
diamonds. Jewelry, etc. 128% SOUTH
SPRING ST. Room 11.
V , 1-: LOAN MONEY TO SAI.AKIED PEO-
ple: confidential. Mutual Trust Co.. 421
Bullanl > 'k.
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 blood, no danger. Visit us for
proof Prices always reasonable.
CALIFORNIA CANCER CURE
• • . 7»1 Went 16th St.
M . L. HUCKINS. M. D.. MgT.
Phone % West 21».
. THE ;,EW YORK DOCTORS
Our specialist In varlcocele, imps-
p ot«nc*r-syphlllß. stricture and skin and
private disensp*. Do not despair and
think there it no cure for you before you
consult him personally. Advice free.
Hours 10- 7-S p. m.
- OFFICE 424 SOUTH~HILL STREET. ]
DR. HOWARD. WOMEN'S SPECIAL-
I st In alll female troubles and irregulari-
ties; new Improved painless methods;
cure guaranteed or no charge. Fee, $10;
consultation free; 37 years' experience;
no drugs, no painful operations. Hours:
1 0 to 8. 521 S. FIGUEROA, near Sixth.
DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCES3-
fully treat all female diseases and Ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
stiltntlon f''i«i. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.;
Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MERCAN-
TILE PLACE, over 643 8. Spring. -.
DR. BAHKENBURG. FEMALE Dis-
\ cases, monthly Irregularities; stricture,
> piles, blood, skin and ■ private diseases.
4 55 SOUTH BROADWAY.
DII, SPECIALIST — FEMALE
complain scientific methods, chronic
snd private diseases — either sex. 206H
SOUTH BROADWAY.
DR. BONEBTEEL. 1228 8. HILL, CURES
rheumatism, neuralgia and chronic dis-
eases by electrical vibration; no drugs;
Consultation free. ' ■■
DR. TAYLOR — FEMALE SPECIALIST
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER.
Mnln street.
DR. T. W. STONE, ATTENTION TO
diseases of women. 415 S. SPRING.
DR. LANE & CO.. SPECIALISTS, 880*4
S . SPRING ST.. over Santa Fe office*.
SPECIAL NOTICES
GENUINE: PANAMAS «1.50
We remodel your old Panama or Stet-
son absolutely good as new for $1.50.
FLICKER HAT WORKS, 218 Franklin
st., opposite Hamburger's.
JEggStt. DR. A. POLASKY, ' oculist and
fcgJSSg optician of 40 years' experience.
WJK^-now located at 317 W. 3d. Ex-
amination free. Sunset Phone M. 6011.
CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLEAN-
lng Works clean carpets; refitting,
sewing, laying. 229 E. 4TH ST. Phone
Main 716. Home AB2S4. __
MR. H. C. McCULLEY, THE DRESB-
m aker, Is now located at Hotel Mil-
" -" lion, 539% S. BROADWAY, room 19.
Phone F2427. 1
CLEAN WATCH. 60C; MAIN SPRINGS.
COc; warranted: old gold $1 pwt. 451 8.
MAIN.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
f6~h~sale^ ~ " "~
$35 to $50 profits per week made In
light, clean business as partner to
risslst; previous experience unneces-
sary; must be honest and willing to
work; only little capital required.
See KING, 400 W. 7tli.
_______ ... _.
FOR SALEJ—
At a bargain, restaurant, lunch coun-
ter and liquor licenses; a fine paying'
business averaging $75 per day Income;
has over 2-year lease.
ATLANTIC CO.,
. 400 W. Seventh.
J 3OO-CORNER CIGAR STORE—
3 years' lease; rent $20.
1 200 new stock; swell fixtures.
See COAST CO.. 138H B. Spring at.
. ■ ATTORNEYS.AT.LAW
specialty. No fee without success. E.
P . MOREY. 621 Stinison blk., cor. Third
and Spring. Phone 6718. Open evenings.
DIVORCE LAWS— ADVICE KREEI NO
fee without success; private. J. H.
SMITH 112 W. Third St.. room 221.
1 to S p. m.
. TRUSSES ,
LONDON TKU6S CaTIoTwrFIFTirST"
Strangulated hernia causes death; note
the many deaths due to this cause. Why
do you wear that old useless truss? Our
radical cure trusses will make you en-
tirely safe and protect you against ao-
cldents. Lady attendant. Open oven-
lnga. Trusses $2 and up. •
GROCERIES
a. a VißsicH's auociSßY.. formku-
ly at 828 W. 6th St. is now located at
IS4 W. Pico at. Goods always tit*
best -at right prices. Prompt dcliv*
«ry Both I'hoim*
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
n_* iniiUlum, gives life readings dally;
tent circles Wednesday eve., « o'clock,
. tec. ROOM us. IWV* a. SPUING ST.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1907.
WANTED
' Help— Mat*
RED CROSS
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
1 34 tr.nmt Second fUtttt.
Main 8820. Home AT<WW».
We MM reliable tielp of
nil kinds. (Ml on us
tor nil help nml work.
We have one of the
largest selections of help
n.l work In the ollr
Call «nd Ml onr hill board*.
• MUTUAL
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
2 00 K. I,lm Angeles Btreet.
Phones: Bdway. 4835. AMB9 .
R . S. HARBACHANO,
C . M HIM
Contracting Agents.
This ngenry under new manage-
ment of experienced employment men
asks tho employers of Los Angeles
' for the privilege of supplying your
help as needed.
We' will give your orders close and
Immediate attention always.
lil li ''ll ill onnrils n f r
HANSF.N KMI'LOYMUNT AGENCY
C . W. JENKS & CO.. 204 East Bee-
ond street, Los Angeles, Cal. Both
phones: Home A 4889, Main 883.
Carefully selected mala and female
help of nil descriptions and nationali-
ties furnished promptly.
Hotel butcher $60 mo., blacksmiths,
bee man, wringer, laundry; washer,
laundry; orchard hand, milkers, wait-
ers, elevator boys, ranch hands, chef
cooks, man nnd wife, waiter and
waitress; married man. Arizona. .
Good positions all at. good wages.
MARKS'
, EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
1 2" En*t Second Street.
Phones Main 465. Home A 8647.
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. -
Tour orders solicited.
16-118 East Second street. ' '
Between Main and Los Angeles sts.
Largest and best equipped offices on
the Pnemr coast. -
HUMMEL BROS. A CO.,
16 and 118 East Second street. -
Telephones Main 509: Home 509.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE.
Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS-
TEM COLLEGE. 118 East Second street.
5 00 MEN WANTED — 214 N. BDY. HAT
factory. Be wise; don't buy new hat;
have your old remodeled like new, 50c.
DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. M 9 8. Main.
Money .„ »
S 7SOO
FACTORY SITE
Good and safe Invrnlraonl, ■■ It la
cnrnlngr 0 per cent on $7500, cor. San
Fernando nnd Ann «ta.| Improved with
n 22-room lodging house, facing on
San Kernnndo St., nnd a 4-room rol-
tna~c facing on Ann «t., both rented.
Lot BOxISO ft.
Addrena HEINER. ' 1030 S. Olive St.
Home phone F4588. ■_
WANT QUICK MONEY: OFFER FIVE
per cent discount, $1500 or $3000 flrnt
mortgages. Cottages rented $48. j SID-
DALL CO., 207 Copp building.
• ■ To Rent '_.'■ ■ •
WANTED— ~ ~. '..• .... ..
ALL OWNERS '
TO KNOW THAT WB—
DO A RENTAL BUSINESS •
- — DON'T WORRY . .
IF YOU WANT A TENANT—.
—LIST YOUR PROPERTY—
. , WITH US .
MINES A PARISH.
8 15 SOUTH HILL STREBjT.
Houses
WANTEDD — FOR . CLIENT, BEST B~-
r oom house In southwest that $4000
to $5000 will buy, not too far out;
good neighborhood; also best 6-room
bungalow that $3500 will buy, south-
west, good neighborhood; small pay-
ments down. See -
McFADDEN, 643 S. Spring.
Phones: F2903. -• Bdway. 1270.
' ' 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 2184.
COLYEAR FURNITURE CO., 822 South
Main street. .
g^NITAmUMB
TUbTvaPOiT AND SULPHUME BATHS*
massage,, vibratory treatments for
rheumatism, nervous debility, mani-
curing face and scalp. 629% S. Bdway.
Tel. 9532.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
THE SWELL TOILET PARLORS. 20
operators and beauty specialists; best
equipped in the city; shampooing,
hair dressing and manicuring; hotel
ana residence calls promptly attended
to. GROVE TOILET PARLORS, 835
5. Broadway, 3d floor. Home phone
*' 6015. ' . . • , .
INDIGESTION. NERVOUS DISEASES
and rheumatism cured without drugs.
Expert massage. Physician* refer-
ences. HARRIETT E. LAMB. 119 tt
6. Sprln* Home phone A 6130. ,
YOUNG LADY STRANGER WOULD
like a few customers for manicuring
nd scalp treatment. 595 8. SPRING
ST. ■ Room 2. ; , .
YOU ARE NOT HURRIED FOR BATHS
and massage when you go to 126 TEM-
PLE ST.. room 26; best of patronage
solicited.
PALACE BATHS AND MASSAGE,
Swedish magnetic mnssage. Open Sun-
days, evenings. 321 Temple near.uay.
BOSTON ELEC. INSTITUTE—
tro invlgorator for rheumatism, ner-
vousness. R. 21. ground floor 757 Main.
LONDON MANICURE and massage
parlors. Nubian perfumed treatment.
141 H N. Broadway, parlor 6. Select.
PALATIAL BATHS: ASTERN TRAIN-
ed operators. Formerly 127H N. Bdway.:
now 12646 N. SPRING. Home A24J3.
S ULPIIUMI3, VAPOR, ELECTRIC AND
tub baths, massage and chiropody.
7 01 B. BDWAY. Phone Main 8138.
LONDON MANICURE AND MASSAGE
parlors, Nubian perfumed treatment.
141H N. Broadway, parlor 6. Select.
LEWIS VITAOPATHY TREATMENT.
Chiropody, body building, developing,
et.. cetra. 816 S. Broadway, room 7.
3 09 TEMPLE STREET— CARLTON
baths; massage and magnetic; expert
assistant*. Home A 6076
BATHS AND SCIENTIFIC MASS
Rooms i and ■>. 740 8. SPRING BT.
ruder new management.
F IRBT-CLABB BATH AND IMABBAOE
parlors. 149 N. MAIN ST.. rooms 10-11.
OIL RUBS A.CJ MASSAGB. HAVE YOU
TRIED THEM? Room 1. 810*4 8 Spring,
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE. 220 FRANKLIN
»t., room <. Bath* and massage.
U MBRELLAB AND GLOVE MAKERS
IKHK AT I'Ai'Tiiin I ,
Big tusaurtmeiit. Umbrella* recover*
« d and made to order. 117 W. Fourth
St.. new Hellman building.
FOR WENT
Rooms— Furnished
NICELY FURNISh"eD* ROOMS BY DAY
or week, ROn and upwards. 444 IS.
SPRINO.
FOR $1 A DAY YOU CAN RENT AN
outside room beautifully furnlßhed
new, with elegant hotel service;
Ktr-nm ho.'il ftt 705 W. 7TH ST.
Houses
T O LET— ELEGANT S-ROOM FLATfI!
$27.50, $25) wit ll beds, private b.ath.
483 LUCAS AYR Phonn WfHtpn FBO2O.
$9. 8 ROOMS; $18. 4 ROOMS. RATH} $15i
6 room*, bath. Keys 1542 K. ADAM.-?.
Hooper avhi no mri.
$23 RENTAL, OR $100 DOWN, $17 PER
month buys 1721 E. Slut nnd Slauson
Junction ear line. Bee OWNER. -
Flats
FOR RENT-5-ROOM FLAT ON EAST
1 2th. Telephone OWN RR, 83194.
Flat Buildings
NE\V. VERY MODERN BUILDING
containing five flats. It Is completely
equipped with the Marshal) & Steam*
patented fixtures. Eaoh flat has sepa-
rate entrance, private bath and lnnn-
dry tub, and the enrpenter work In
equal to that of a high grade prlvatn
residence. Monthly Income $122.60;
price $12,500; $8000 swing* It. You
get IS per cent net. 463 LUCAS AYE.
t . Phone Weston. F5020. .
Stores and Offices
T O LET STORES^ '
$100— Corner, 701 West Seventh st. '
1 25-2104-06 East Ninth st.
$15-1017 West First St.
$15-1013 East Ninth St.
$J5-1112V4 East Seventh St.
$15—2309 East Ninth st. .
JIB— Knst. Ninth st.
T . WIE3ENDANGER, 207 8. Bdway.
OFFICE TO LET — .
Two lnrge rooms with running
water; suitable for doctor or dress-
maker.
4 Nun 111 prime. ■ :
Phones F7817. Broadway 1703.
STORES $10. $20; RESTAURANT AND
d rugglßt wanted: good trade. 1(15 E.
25TH ST., cor.. Simmon car line.
' FOR SALE '
Houses '
FOR SALE-- "*~"
Business Property
A T . '
JRLCMMQakC irillU*S>
You will not do bettor If you look all
summer. Tv ■ ■
Three houses for the price of one:
rent $38 per month, 200 feet west of
Main street and one block from Jef-
ferson. This Is property that will be
worth $10,000 In a short time; can be
had now for $3500; $1600 can remain
at 6 per cent. This property, is im-
proved with new and modern six-
room cottage; three bedrooms, large
reception hall and screen porch; also
two small houses, one two and one
three-room, in rear.
Similar property not over 200 feet
away now sells at $300 per front foot.
The adjoining lot could not be se-
cured for what this property can be
had for during the next few days.
> T. L. O'BRIEN & CO.
Jafferson and Main.
South 2276. Home 85338.
BUY AN ALDERMAN BUNGALOW
'■ WHICH MISANS A SUPERIOR
• HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT •
We have, fop sale eleven beautiful
bungalows just completed, and every
one a bargain, of 5, 6 and 7 rooms
eaoh, all in the choice resident dis-
t - trict of the southwest. I shall sell
them for $500 and $100 cash, balance
$25 or more per month. .
SEE THEM TODAY, -
. SEE THEM NOW, ' .
As these are rare opportunities.
9. L. ALDERMAN,
2 19 GRANT BUILDING. /■
________ . _
FOR SALE—
- HARVARD BOULEVARD.
NEAR 28TH STREET. '
■ $4800 ' $4800
Very handsome 8-room bungalow,
hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, pan-
eled walls in dining room, built-in buf-
fet, book cases, very attractive lighting
fixtures, laundry tubs, large porch,
lawn, large lot v Boxlso to alley; terms
* $1000 cash, balance $30 month, Including
interest. , <
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
2 18 West Third street.
FOR SALE—-""
New 6-room bungalow will soon be
completed; two mantels, built-in book
cases and buffet, oak floors; lot oOx
1 50. •
Price $3650; $800 cash.
E . G.DEVENS
27 Laughlln Bids;.
Both phones.
FOR SALE— INVESTMENT BARGAIN,
close to Main st.
$4500 Bargain $4500
Less than half block from Main St.,
close in; lot 50x135; 8-room double
house, rented, paying 10 per cent on
Investment. Property rapidly grow-
ing Into value. Bargain for quick
sale. ■ ■
Investment Department
Pittsburg Real Estate Company
3 11-15 Laughlln Bldg.
FOR SALE — .-
WEST 36TH ST. .
NEAR NORMANDIB AVENUE.
$2550 . $2550
A very snug little It-room cottage,
up-to-date; nearly new; owner must
sell at once; terms $500 cash and $30
mo.. Including interest.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
'./;>. 218 West Third Street.
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FOR SALE— *~ 1. (.'
O N EAST 48TH ST.
t New 5-room bungalow, polished floor*,
brick mantel, buffet, cabinet kitchen,
good barn, lawn and flowers; price $3000;
only $800 cash, $25 month.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
2 18 West Third street,
F OII SALE— TRUE BARGAIN. A«-
room bungalow, southwest, close In;
very modern and stylish! lot 50x120.
Best car service In city,
Price $8750: balance easy terms.
Also a $8000 bungalow (new),
southwest; ii room*, large and modern;
lot 50x150;" terms $300 cash, JO per
cent. Including Interest. See
McFADDEN. 643 B. Spring.
Phones: rs»o3. Ildway. 1270.
$4000— BEST BUY IN LOd ANOK-
les. Handsome modern 5-room cottage,
cove celling*, porcelain bath, fruit tree*,
large lot; Rite location; must bo sold at
once; worth $4500 easily.
-,:■ MONARCH REALTY CO.,
120H South Spring street. ■
FOR BALE-UP-TO-DATE 5-RQOM
bungalow, large living' room,' nreplact.
best plumbing, larg* level ■ lot, fenced,
fruit trees and flowoj*; |>rioe $2700: will
take lot In part payment. . OWNKH.
Home uhojio C 1053. 4447 Tourmaline St.
row SAtt
,_^_ ,^ l-r
Houses
FOR SALE-
JONES A RYDER LAND CO.,
18 West Third Street.
ON 42D STREBT,
BETWEEN R PARK AND SAN
PHDRQ/
147R0. $4750.
N«w 2 story. 8-room liousf. built by
a mnn with a conscience; it is a
, splendidly built house, • rapable of
s tnnfllnß n Dakota blizzard and nb«o-
lutely rt'Ofli>rn; hardwood floor*,
beamed celling* built-in buflct; i
hnndsome brlcft fireplaces, lnrs;"i
cefn«nt porch, large lot; terms, about
half rush.
W . 20TH*ST.,
NEAR DURANQO ST.
N«w bungalow, hardwood floors,
stone mantel and fireplace, and nil
that (V high-clan* bungalow mils for.
Price $3600. Only $700 down, and
$35 per month.
U NIVERSITYjbISTRICT.
On 85th St., near the university, a
large 8-room, 2-story house, about 18
'months old, on .a lor. 58x135, the house
Is absolutely modern In every way;
fin" lawn and flowers, large barn;
price $5700; we can anil this place for
$760 cash and monthly payments like
rent.
KENSINGTON ROAD.
ANOELENO HEIGHTS.
A modern 6-room bungalow, fitted
with every convenience, and very ar-
tistic Inside <>jul nut. High and dry.
Price $4250. Terms, half cash.
WEST 27TH STREET,
NEAR VERMONT AVENTTB.
$6000. . . $6600.
Very attractive modern 7-room, 2-
story liouso — hardwood floors, beamed
ceilings, built-in buffet, very hand-
some fixtures, 2 -large bedrooms,
v cement porch, lawn and flowers; large
lot.
There Is a cottage in rear that
rents for $16 month, which makes
this a very desirable Income prop-
erty. Half cash will buy this place.
WEST 2 1ST STREET,
NEAR CONGRESS STREET.
A particularly attractive 7-room
story and half bungalow; has oak
floors, 2 pressed brick mantels -and
fireplaces; built-in buffet, and, in
fact, everything that makes up a
down-to-date house; price $4760,
terms, $1750 cash, balance to suit.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
18 West Third Street.
FOR SALE
A handsome E-room cottage in 8.
W. ; finished to a queen's taste, for
a little money; 3 months from now
you will pay $4500; this week $8250,
on terms.
$2750— 8-room cottage for ft snap,
as rental. You must see this; $35 a
month. AH furniture given to you.
Come and see me for terms.
$8400— nice little home in 8. W.,
near Budlong: tt cash and terms.
' T - $4000 — 10-room residence for a
smaller one in south part of city.
This is a good buy. '
$6750 — A 4,-apartment 2-story new
property; rented for $1250. Please
note tha Income. • >
J . F. WALLI3S,
' - '. ■ 444 South .Spring.
Phones: Bdway. 1703. F7817.
DON'T PAY RENT WHEN YOU CAN
buy this 5-room cottage, bath, beautiful
surroundings, short way out, delightful
1 suburb, good car service; $1600. Owner.
Sunset telephone HOLLYWOOD 847.
1 721 E. 31ST ST.. 6 ROOMS, MODERN,
new, $3000; $100 down. All cash offer
wanted. First house « east ' ■ Blausou
junction cars. See owner.
FOR SALE-FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED
modern cottage; must be sold; Illness In
family compels a change In location.
Sea OWNER. 437 E. 35TH ST.
1 721 E. 318T; 6 ROOMS, MODERN, $50 TO
$500 down; want all cash offer. Take
Slauson Junction cars. See OWNER.
$50 down. $15 Monthly and inter-
est buys 4 rooms, $1600. MINTHORN,
1 642 East Adams; Hooper car line.
$1600 COTTAGE FOR $1200; $600 CASH; 4
rooms, barn; new. Keys 1542 ADAMS,
Hooper avenue car lino.
City Lots and Lands
■ Attention
Carmen
Save the Commission
■ .1
Have a lot one block from
• Huntingdon's new car barns
on the Eagle Rock car line
In the Cottage Home Tract
that I will sell for
part cash, balance easy ,
payments. . .
.This Is a snap.
See Smith
Herald Office
$50 Down
'$15 a 'Month--'
$700 — on Downey avenue; 50x
1 46, with cement stairway.
— De Frees St., near Sunset
boulevard.
— Luclle St., near Sunset.
$600— Acacia, near Bonnie Brae. This
lot lies below grade, but it is
' only tour blocks from West-
lake.
$1500— acre and - a half In city
> limits uear Mission road.
$450— large lot four blocks from
Sunset, on Castle st.
METZLER INVESTMENT CO.
4 01-403 Btlmaon Block.
W K SKI. I. «ol'»H!t AND LOTS .
on easy terms In all parts of the city.
FOR SALE—. " :
On 64th near Main, lot 4 McCarthy
tract! $800, $180 down. $10 month.
DOHERTY & LA ROSE
Main 104$. 726 dross* Bids.
FOR «ALt
City Lets and Land*
SPECIAL BARGAINS
Small Investors.
CITY LOTS
Country property. ■»
2 5 Years in
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Remember the name
EMET EDWARD NEIPP,
One, two, three
1 23 80. Broadway.
FOR BALE— ~
Good level lot East Adams st.
Blxe 40x125.
If sold before March II will sell for
.
• 1000 $1000
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•1000' SlOOfl
Address BOX 11» Herald office.
AFTRK ALL THIS RAIN
you had better go out and see the
beautiful
NADEAU
ORCHARD ',
. TRACT
Best values for the money on the
market. . ,
$10 Down
$10 a Month
FREE TICKETS. CLOSE IN.
NADEAU REALTY CO.,
27 nrynon Ill.xk
Second and Spring Bts.
THREE
SUBURBAN BEAUTIES
4 lots on 2 streets, East Hollywood;
fine neighborhood; 6-room house;
great variety bearing fruit trees, 1
block to cars. Terms at $3750.
lVi acres* 60 fare on electric line;
house, fruit trees, chicken yards;
$1200, ' ,
1 % acres at Moneta; excellent little,
place; 5-room house and all in veget-
ables $2300.
ACME HIIAI.TY CO, (Inc.).
4 27-8 Grosse Bldg,.
Bdway. 1540, F5724.
LOT IN HIGHLAND PARK $500 IF
. taken today. . Must sell. See
IS. K. IVBIPP,
183 8. Brondwy.
Acreage for Subdivision
FOR SALE— BY
JAS. V. BALDWIN,
6 38-587-538 H. W. HELLMAN BLDG.
CHOICE ACREAGE
READY FOR .
IMMEDIATE SUBDIVISION.
■ Vi '.•■■ ■• ■ ■■'••■ ' '■• : ■' %' ■'
We have a choice piece of acreage
located near the Palms that is ready
for subdivision and can be placed on
the market Immediately, as there Is
a *, active demand for lots in this
vicinity. The owner Intended putting
this property on the market himself,
but on account of going away has de-
cided to sell in acreage; ' This is a
rare opportunity to obtain a choice
subdivision and .is worth investi-
gating. . ' .
JAS. V. BALDWIN, \
5 36-537-588 H. W. HELLMAN BLDG.
.1 .....'
_!-*** » . ' •
Country Property
FOR SALE— FINEST FARMING LAND
in the state, in 10-acre tracts at
Hemet, Riverside county; you can
raise enough potatoes the first year
to pay for the land; also unexcelled
' for oranges; abundance of cheap
water. Send for booklet or see 1.. M.
M . PHATT & CO.. 608 Laughlln bldg.
RICH LAND THAT WILL MAKE YOU
rich, $15 to $25 an acre; unfailing
water supply for 50c per acre annum
Wheat, alfalfa, sweetest sugar beets,
comfortable climate, cheap transpor-
t a tion. Address W. R. GILSON, 121
E . Fourth St., Los Angeles. .
GOOD LEVEL LAND. THIS COUNTY;
dirt cheap; $15 per acre. It's good, too.
MISS >i. « hi: v.
2 11 Lnnkerahlm bids;. 3d nnd Spring.
Business Property
FOR BALK- -BUSINESS PROPERTT-
120.0U0— < C on Beaudry. 126 feet on
Third, with 10-rooi i modern house. ■
$10,000— 9-room modern house, 217 South
Beaudnr. ..
$47,000— N. E. cor. Third and Boylston,
4 69 feet - n Boylston. average depth
1 74 feet. •
$tt.ooo-.W»st side of Boylston, between
Third and Saphlie; first-class hot*)
moo-Cottage 1110 est Second st; lot
10x115 to 20-foot alley. .
ALLISON BARLOW.
til S. Broadway, room 124.
Phone Main 409. Home AMU.
Suburban Property .';
roil ESAGI.B nocK LOTS
1 1 Bee 1
WALKER <* (I.AHK. Ak*hU.
Home phone 495, Sunset Flora 3141.
through Glnndale Exchange. Office
• corner of Central and Colorado avea..
. end of Eagle Rook ear line. 1
T ract two block* south. '
Suburban Property —
FOI* SALE— ALTAUENA LOTS AT
prices which will look ridiculously
low 11, few years hence; any price to
. suit your pocketbook, from $200 up.
1 ,. M. I'iurr A CO. «08 Laughlfn
bldg.. or Altadena office at end of
car line. ■
Live Stock— Poultry, Birds, Ooga
CHICKENB-FINB BUFF AND WHITS
. leghorns and Plymouth Rock pullets for
sal*. . Call morning* only. 8M BUCLIO
-AVB. : ■ . •■ - ■ • -• ■■
8 008 HATCHING-FOB BALK.
Pi re butt ■ leghorn - eggs, finest laying
strata) U '• -r setting. Call tuornlu^s
only, m ttUCiID AVfiNUK.
1
— a. bhi. tt«ww iwm. mm vmn.
CXSlaiftl&tff'eLV"' UftHt •■•-
jJPjZi \ "if /.TujlT •"••• Collesje Is)
Js**^ "•" Lot Anaele*.
Cer W-».?W T«h B4j
iMi.nursi ivntK :
JEfifif&S&tdt Acre Lots
On '"Vina cnr Mr)*,
. ■** • w " soon to be running. ■■ '.
Healthy cllmata and brut of water, v „■'
f.<lvr\n Aiders,, aoi-n l.mmhlln Bids;.
FOR EXCHANOB '_' _.
Rsal Estate
EXCHANGE
$2500—3 lots nt Ocean Park:' each*;'
4 0x136; clear; street work done,' For
a cottage In S. W., will assume.
$SBoo— ln clear lots eaoh 40x135 ' |JiV.
B.W. of city. For n, rooming house.
V $1800— A corner lot 6JUXIBB,' W.
20th St.; for a cottage in S.W., close
in, • ...,-',
$1700— A lot 40«tl3B. facing Hill st/
on Santa Barbara St.; for a oottage. ■
$2500— A lot in Carnation Tract at
Redondo, clear, for L. A.; will put in -
cash. ■ -'. . , • ,- . ■
$800—2 lots each 40xl38near Cola- •'.'
grove car line in Fleming's Hoover st.
Tract for equity.
$3000— A corner lot 62x138 In S.W.
. for Income property. ?
J . F. WALLES
4 South Soring-. .
Phones: Bdway. 1703. F7817.
BEN WHITE
■ Will Exchange
your property; Immense bargains: apply
at once; satisfaction and quick results. ,
Member Realty Board. 804-6 BRYSON
Block. Second and Spring. ... ■ ■.• .. :.-.:.;'■«
FOR EXCHANGE T~ : -,". . .:.....:'-, 't'-i
Wo have several good ■ exchanges, ,',
notices and lots for country property *
ranging from $1000 to $12,000.
- , ATLANTIC CO., > .. ■'
4 00 XVrut Seventh. '
FOR SALE _ '■•:
Stocks and Bonds ,
GREKNWATKH-MOHAWK COPPER '
■ - • ■ •■ .. . . co, • ■ ■■••■■ ■ ■. .-. ■ •'.-. •■,
This offer expires March 12. J A few
more shares at $4 per 1000, located In ,
heart of Oreenwater district. \ Cali- "
fornia, and adjoining Hagerty Ban- .
croft group. • Investigate at once be-
• fore it is too late. Call : or •> write. .;
Office hours 9 to 4, evenings' 7 to 9
OCCIDENTAL INV. CO., 223 Mason bldg.
Hotels ana Lodging Houses
FOR SALE — ROOMING HOUSE, GOOD "
furniture, carpets, curtains and close
. In; $250, See ' . • : * . ■ .■■••'
McFADDEN. 643 S. Spring." :) : '.H
Phones: F29OS. ' . Bdway. 1270.
• ..'.••■'■'.. Orange Groves;. 1 ;•-. ;' M ;
L . M. PRATT A- CO., LAUGHLIN BLDG.
"Headquarters for Orange Groves." <•
Miscellaneous , : ; ; *
FAINT! .
GREAT REDUCTIONS
One thousand gallons' of ■''■•
SLA-TINE ROOF PAINT
(guaranteed for 6 years) to be sold
at 65c a gallon. ..-.••.. ' ' |!| *MICI
CUT BATE HARDWARE: STORE,
2 38 N. Main St. Phone Main 9144. ,;"
FOR SALE— NEW . AND SECOND-
hand billiard and pool tables; bar
fixtures of all kinds; easy payments. ■
Send for catalogue. THE BRUNS-
WICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. 331 -
West Third street. Los Angeles.
YOU CAN BUY GOOD PIANOS AT LOW
rices at F. W. KRINGEL'S. 84* South:
pring. Tuning and repairing. Broad-
way 2688; Home FBl2B.
FOR SALE— AERMOTOR WlND-
m ill and t.-.nk at 5601 S. FIGUEROA '
■„'"■ ■. . .. -= i;
SHOES REPAIhED >;
fi£^?OAX^Soi2^rdKwl2o?TCLA^
j ■ dies' Factory Bhoe Store 111 W. *.
legal NOTICES . : t^^^S««
n^cFof^sessmTe??t^bTrstow
- Mining and Milling Company. Location
of principal place of business. Los Ange- ■:
A °«« L .t" Lo , ctttl( of works, Barstow,
Cal. Notice— There is delinquent upon the ■
following described stock, on account of
assessment levied on the 30th day of
January. A. D. 1907, the several amounts .
Bet opposite the names of the respective
shareholders, as follows: • • .
. ' .- • .' No. . ■•■■■ No. .
m e £ "' Ctfs - ' Shares. Amount.
Wong Kee 20 250 ■ $280.00
Wong s m iTh S on::::: a , 8,245 , "ft} ■'.
T. A. Smlthson c 6 ■ 1 509 '•
T . A. .Smlthson 7 250 28000 .
T . A. Smlthson..... 8 8.245 '8 245
T . W. Hummel ... .186 ' a ' 300
Frank D. Rule 17 • 2,000 . 2,800.00 ■ '„
G . E. Leonard 167 1 , I.OO^
m B- xH°r ar s I<JB 1.000.: 1,000.00;'
Mrs. Nettle Roach 44 1 1.00
Miss Mabel Roach 65 1 • 1 00
Miss Reba Smlthson 66 1 '■ ■'■ 1 00 '
Clarence A. Steph- :■ ; •
Clarence "A." Steph- 1« j jHf* 20.0Q
Clarence A. Stoph-
ens Russeii .".'.■; 178 70 70.00 '
8. H. Russell US 60 W.OO
Lynn B. Williams. l7l 10 10.00 '1.
Herald Company... 168 300 i 800 00
Herald Company ..176 ' 800 900 0u'
N . HT Balding 172 / , 4 ■■ , §oO'
J . P. Wylle 176 10 10.00 »
J . E. Simmons 173 . 10 ' 10.00
J . K. Simmons.,.,,. 174 10, ' .' 10.00
W . A. Bnodffrass...lSB 6 s 6 00 '»'
B. W. Snodgrass...lS9 10 loot)
Mrs. A. Smith 183 X $00
U . S. Walter* 182 1,000 1,00000
C . W. Roach 9: Bi , 86000
C , W. Roach 10 250 2&U000
C . W. Roach 11 8,245 sllis'oo
And In accordance with law, and an
order of , the board of directors made on '
the 30th day of January, A. D. 1307, so
many shares of each parcel of stock as
may be necessary will bj sold In room 30:2 ;
of the Lankerßhtm office building, at No.
1 26 West .third Btreet, Los Angeles . city,
Los Angeles county, state of California, <
on Saturday, the 16th day of March, ■ D. 1
1 807, at the hour of 10 o'clock of such day,
to pay the delinquent assessments there-
on, together with costs of advertising and
expenses of the sale. ■■■-■-•. . , .
EDWARD J. BACON. Secretary.
Office of secretary: 808 . Lankershlm ■■
building, Los Angeles, > Cal. " - •
■ 2-4-6-6-7-8-D-U-12-13 „
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE LUCKY T.
Mining company will pleas« take notice '
that a special meeting will be held at the :■,
company's office, 232-3 Bradbury building. ■-".
Saturday afternoon, ; March St. 1W!, at i
i m. for ■■ the transaction of i Important
business. ..■■■;. ... ■ r - •-< .
Hy order of the board of directors. ;
J_S_9_7t___ i 11ARKY CLARK. .
I HAVE BOLD "THE COMB MaT
lunch room,' 838 South Main stroet.
'J^ViK HELEN NYE.
Vfnnn Should Use a
YOU herald Liner i

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