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banners; lady Militant*. 423 South Hill. Tel. Main 61. ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY Buecesaors to Orr A HlnM Co. Funeral director*. Corner Tenth nn<l F>ni»M- *««. . Mnl'i ■--. tTomo F4ffTl Lady WB«lstant CHURCH NOTI' CHRIST CIIUnCH - CORNKR 12TH and Flower. Rev. Baker P. Lee, rector. Sunday services nt 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m ; early celebration holy communion on third Sunday and Saints' day, nt 7:81 « . m. Strangers especially Invited. Uni- versity pars pnsfl the fiooP Those deslr- lr» telephone connections for "shut-Ins" telephone 7912. Church physician nt the church every morning from 8:80 to 1 :80. Services and medicine free to Mil. Church open dally for private prayer from Ba. m until IS p. m THE MEMORIAL, BAPTIST CHURCH, Grand avenue and 23d St.. Charlei C. Pierce, pastor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 :80 p. m. Sunday school 10 a, m., C . 15. societies 6:30 p. m. Stranger* especially Invited. SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, BCIEN- tlst, Simpson nudltorliim, 734 S. Hopd Ft. Services Sunday, 11 a, m. and 8 p. m.: nrmotl from the Christian Science Quarterly; subject, "Reality." Chil- dren' ■ Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; Wed- nesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. Rending morns. 510-511 Hermnn W. Hell, ni.iii building. Spring and Fourth Bts., open dally, Sifndayi excepted, from 9 a. m . to 6 p. m. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Hope street, near Ninth. Seats free. Rev. Wm. I. Day, D. D., pastorj Rev. Warren V. Day, D. D., pastor emeritus: Harry Clifford Lott, choir master; Dean Wnlter F. Pkeclo. organist.— Mornlna service, 11 clock: evening services 7:30. HOME OF TRUTH, 1327 GEORGIA ST., live sermon l>y Bnba nhrntl this morning nt 11. Subject, "Christ tho Mystic" Sllv, r rollprtlon. MONEY TO LOAN Easy Money MONEY. MONEY. MONEY. Any salaried employe or wage earner can get from us. Just on his note— Mnly. 8. Wkly. Week $oO— Return to u5.. 513. 05 $6.65 $3.33 $30-Heturn to us.. 8.00 4.00 2.00 15-Heturn to us.. 4.00 2.00 1.00 Or any sum In proportion. THE CRESCENT LOAN CO. 7 00 Lankershlm bulldlne. W E MAKE LOANS ON FURNITURES, 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 tow:-.. Fidelity loan CO., 6 29 Mason building. j ? C6 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 payments, P^'.lrc' • lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to :«0. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO., I 2S-G29 Chamber of Commerce Bldf. 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 uecro-sel each month. STATE MUTUAL B. & L. ASSN.. 107 S. Broad- way. MONEY TO THOMAS S. WADS- WORTH, 819 & 820 Douglas bldg.. will lend money on city or county real estate. • SALARY LOANS CONFIDENTIAL S . N. DUTCHER. Werrhnntw Trout Co. niiig. Room 403. W ANTED—S IB,OOO ON CLOSE-IN IM- proved business corner on Ruth aye. W . J. BRYANT. 310 Byrne bldg. T O LOAN— JEWELRY LOAN CO., ON diamonds, Jewelry, etc. 828% SOUTH SPRING ST. Room 12. , WK LOAN MONEY TO SALARIED PEO- ple: confidential. Mutual Trust Co., 421 Billiard r'k. SANITARIUMS TUB," VAPOR AND SULPHUME BATHS, massage vibratory treatments for rheumatism, nervous debility, mani- curing face and scalp. 629% S. Bdway. Tel. 9532. BATHS AND MASSAGE --.-.-. 1, . -.i'_n_-<_rL. INDIGESTION, NERVOUS DISEASES and rheumatism cured without drugs. Expert massage. Physicians' refer- ences. HARRIETT B. LAMB. 119 H B. Bprlni? Home, phone A 6130. / NEW MANAGEMENT-VAPOR BATHS, Swedish magnetic massage. Open Sun- days. Select patronage. 321 TEMPLE, near Broadway. YOU ARE NOT HURRIED FOR BATHS and massage when you go to 125 TEM- PLE ST., room 26; best of patronage solicited. BULPHUME, VAPOR, ELECTRIC AND tub baths, massage and chiropody. 7 01 V, 8. BDWAY. Phone Main 3133.. BOSTON ELEC. INSTITUTE— ELEC- tro lnvigorator for rheumatism, ner- vousness. R. 21, ground floor 757 Main. OIL RUBS, MASSAGE AND MANICUR- Ing; best of treatment given. Have you tried them? Room 1, 610% S. SPRING ST. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT-BATHS and massage. 740 S. SPRING; open evenings and Sundays; rooms 1 and 2. SCIENTIFIC BATHS AND MASSAGE by experienced masseur; 245% SOUTH SPRING ST., suite 20, third floor. LONDON MANICURE AND MASSAGE parlors, Nubian perfumed treatment 1 41% N. Broadway, parlor 6. Select. 1 26W N. SPRING ST.-BATHS, MASSAGE and magnetic treatments; eastern trained operator!. HOME SHAMPOOING AND ~ MASSAGE. 349 BUENA VISTA. Select patronage. ELECTRIC INSTITUTE. 220 FRANKLIN St.. room 6. Baths and massage. PERSONAL* THE NEW YORK DOCTORS Our specialist for women. If you have ailments unit 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 tails. His success speaks louder than words. Sanitarium accommodations If desired. Consult him personally, free. Hours '.■•l p. m. OFFICE 424 SOUTH HILL BTRBBT. poll FIFTY Hat Store 819 8 Main. TRANSFER AND STORAGE CULiiiiAlt WAHKUOUbK CO., 4 16--H7--1U Ban Pedro tit. Main Office 1124 Bouth Main. Phones Main 1117; Home 2154 New and absolutely fireproof storage: private lacked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos. tin* furniture, eta, trunks, boxes, etc. stored tie to 800 per month. We solicit your patronage B HOEB REPAIRED dies' 760- Factory Him* Store «1» W. *. BUSINESS PERSONALS TiiZril2ir~Pii.LO\\'~ii KKNUVATKD AX ACME FKATJIiH WO«KB, 768 Baa Pedro at Tel. Gunsst Main UBli; Horn* t 1041. TEAMSTERS AND TRANSFERRING *~OK UKNKKAL IUUUNU, BIUNAt. Transfer, U'J Temple at iiatb uhouea U Bi ifi«tliuateti fui'ul*li«d. WANTED Help— Mai* RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 134 V.nit Second ItfMti Main 8820. Horn* A 7030. We fnrnlah reliable liMp of nil klnda. full nit na for all help and work. We hare one of the largcat aetectlona of help and work In thi> city. Cull and are our Mil boards. l IANSRN V:iiiM,OYI»IBWT AORNCY C . W. JENKS & CO.. 204 East Sec- ond street, Los Angeles, Cal.- Both phones: Home A 4869, Main 888. Carefully selected male and female help of all descriptions and nationali- ties furnished promptly. ' MARKS' EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 1 2.1 Knmt Second Street. Phones Main 4«5. Homo 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, ft 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 Pnrnip const. " . HUMMEL BROS. ft CO., 16 and 118 East Second street. Telephones Mnln BOB: Home EOS. L . A. AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL 1 253 South Flower St. Learn to become a practical chauf- feur, or a stationary steam or com- bustion engineer. Private demon- strations In driving for Indies. Pri- vate Instructions .to owners of cars. Day and evening classes. MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE. Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS' TEM COLLEGE, 113 East Second street 5 00 MEN WANTED 2I4 N. BDY. HAT factory. Be wise; don't buy new hat! have your old remodeled like new, 50c. DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 61» 8. Main. To Rent WANTED^ — ~—~ \'"' ALL OWNERS —TO KNOW THAT WE— —DO A RENTAL BUSINESS— DON'T WORRY —IF YOU WANT A TENANT— —LIST YOUR PROPERTY-— WITH US MINES <& PARISH. « 5 SOUTH HILL STREET. Money •7800 FACTORY SITE Good and safe Investment, as It la earning 0 per cent on $7600, cor. San Fernando and Ann at*.; Improved ~-ltn n 22-room ■ lodging bonae, facing on San Fernando at., nnd a 4-room cot- tage facing on Ann at., both rented. Lot Soxlso ft. Addreaa HEINER. 1039 S. Olive St. Home phone F4SBB. . WANT $800, $1200. $3000 TO RENEW mortgage, 5 per cent discount offered. SIDDALL CO.. 207 Copp building. Miscellaneous WANTED— TO BUY FURNITURE AND household goods. If you are going to Bell we will pay you one-third more than others. Phone us. Main 1117. Home 2154. COLYEAR FURNITURE CO., 322 South Main street ' . ■ , ■ INVESTMENTS FREE FREE FREE) - The latest sleight-of-hand trick; your nickels converted to quarters and half dollars. Buy Denver Searchlight Gold Mining company's stock at Be. Free pamphlets. E . K. NEIPP, 1 23 So. Broadway. Special agent for G. W. HUNTING- TON & CO. Gilt Edge Mining Stocks. 1 2 PER CENT INCOME GUARANTEED, 2 to 16 cottages East Adams traot. SIDDALL CO.. 207 CopD building. DENTIBTB » DRT^L^CKEN^KINTTSNTTa^frTSrS^ Broadway, Thorpe bldg., does dental work right and reasonable. No graft and no pain. DR. WM. BACHMAN, DENTIST, FOR- merly of Minneapolis, is permanently located at 209-10 Johnson Bldg., 4th and Broadway. Both phones. FRANK STEVENS. 824H SO. gPRINQ. ATTORN EYS.AT.LAW MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A specialty. No fee without success. E. P . MOREY, 621 Stlmson blk., cor. Third and Spring. Phone 6718. Open evening*. DIVORCE LAWS — ADVICE FREE; NO fee without success; private. J. H. SMITH. 122 W. Third St.. room 221. 1 to 5 p. m. MINING AND ASSAYING r ^A^E^lo^CO^PE^JimN^TcilAlMS on Colorado river, surface shows from 1 ft. to 8 ft. in several places that will average 8 per cent copper; right parties to promote and develop claims can get a very good deal; no money down to speak of. Address P . O. BOX 421. Ocean Park. Cal. PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS PiONEER~pXTENT^SiENCYrH"A2AR"D & BTRAUSE, 639 Citizens Bk. bldg.. 3 d and Main eta. Patent book free. O. E. HARPHAM GETS PATENTS; IN- ventlons financed; 26 yrs.' experience. 4 11 8. Main. R. 484. Patent litigation. UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS BUY HEX-TaT FACTORY^ PiUOhfSC Big assortment. Umbrellas recover- ed and made to order. 117 W. Fourth at., new Hellman building. PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS DX U-KEi-N, CLAiHVO.ANT, 11U81- ness medium, gives life readings dally; test circles Wednesday eve., 8 o'clock, » c. ROOM 16. U9H S BPRINQ ST. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR^SALE^ A special business opportunity: 1-3 in- terest in an old established ground floor real estate and general brokerage bud- ness; best corner In city; cleared me over $2500 last year; have got other business In east; will sell my Interest for $500. Come investigate. KING, 400 W. Seventh. FOR lALB Oil i:\iiiim.i: New modern house In south part of city; lot 75x163; prloe $1700; $905 cash; will trade for .small rooming house. ATLANTIC CO., 400 West Seventh St. BOOK HISTORY OF TELE- graph and telephone, including th« latest system. The Telautoprint. Call or address TELEGRAPH COMPANY, 8 15 Paclflo Elucti'lo building, Log An- geles, FOR BALK-STOCK AND FIXTURES In small candy and fruit store; cheap rent, two rooms, near Arcade depot; a snap for person of small means; $250 cash takes it. Inquire 646 CENTRAL A YE. LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 18. 1907. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES rONF, MATN 2SOR; F4*Ml. LEAHY & SON. LEADING AaENTB. Rooms Ri and 111 Severance 71111*., Sixth ami Main St». NOTICR TO BtTTSRI Wt mftke ft record of nil sales according to the laws of California, thereby securing you I clear title. Delicatessen— rent only $23; two furnished rooms; dally receipts $20; well worth $soo. Sen this at once. Only with LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Restaurant and lunch counter— s6Gfl; cheap rent; dally receipts $50; nicely fitted up; close In; a bargain for the money. Ask LEAHY * SON. Sixth and Main, room 111 Severance Bldg. Grocery store— s6so; rent $20; 3 living rooms; dally receipts $.10; will give trial; parti sick causa of sale. LEAHY *. SON, Sixth and Main. G rocery—s 7so; rent $15; 2 living rooms, partly furnished; west part of city, Just listed. LEAHY A SON, flth and Main, 818 Severance Bldg. Cigar stand— slooo; rent $45; lease two years; fine corner; best class of trade; located west part of city; dally receipts $25; a snap. Sco LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Barber shop— s3so; cheap rent; two chairs; long lease; doing a big busi- ness; party Is sick and must sell. LEA- HY & BON, Sixth and Main. Meat market— ssoo; rent $25; dally re* celpts $26; lease IV4 years; all cash trade; party Is crippled and must sell. Sen this with LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main, 315 Severance Bldg. Delicatessen— rent $35; 2 living rooms; 3 years' lease; dally receipts $20; located on very busy street; west part of city; party Is sick and must sell. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery— rent $15; 2 living rooms; doing a good business; all cash trade; no delivery; never before offered; this Is a good place; call and see this at once. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery and meat market— rent $45; dally receipts $50; 2 years'. lease; horse and wagon; no opposition; party has larger Interest cause of sale; never before offered for sale. See LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Restaurant— rent $70; daily re- ceipts $50; seating capacity 40; close In; established for years; lease 2% years; must bo seen to be appreciated; act quickly; something good; must sell. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Cigar stand— s7oo or invoice; rent $40; lease 2% years; located near Fourth, on Main St.; elegant fixtures; good clean stock; snap. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery— or Invoice; rent $28; lease 2 years; good corner; dally receipts $30; located in the best part of the city; good clean stock; this is entirely different from the rest; bargain. LEA- HY & SON, Sixth and Main. General merchandise store— s6ooo; rent $93; 4 years' lease; one-half cash, bal- ance to suit; full value in sight; 3 horses, 2 wagons; established 5 years; doing a business of $160 daily; never before offered for sale. Full particulars LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Laundry business— rent $35; clears $250 monthly; located In a thriv- ing city of 20,000 population; all the lat- est machinery; long established; an op- portunity of a lifetime. For full partic- u - ulars see LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. . Garage and repair shop— sBoo; rent $75; clears $100 monthly; 4 years' lease; lo- cated In southwest part of city; this Is a bargain for two good hustlers. Full particulars LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. ■ , Cafe and lunch counter— cheap rent; 2 years' lease; dally receipts $70; - best place on S. Main; always busy; nicely fitted up; a bargain for the * money asked. See LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Hotel and 20 furnished rooms, 25 miles from Los Angeles; clears $260 monthly; 3 years' lease; rent $80; popu- • lation 3500; price $950. Full particulars LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Sheet metal works— s32oo; this In- cludes building. 40x60, or will sell busi- ness alone for $1500; clears $200 monthly; 5 employed; located 30 miles from Los Angeles; population 20,000; everything complete. Particulars, see LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery— rent $20; lease; 3 living rooms; dally receipts $26; will give trial; a snap; just listed. See LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. R estaurant—s 3ooo; cheap rent; 3 years' lease; dally receipts $150; seating capac- ity 100; elegantly fitted up. See LEAHY '& SON, Sixth and Main. Restaurant— rent $45; good lease; close to Main St.; dally receipts $50; well worth $1500, but will sacrifice for a quick sale. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. __ NOTICE— ' sell more places than all other agents combined. Do not be misled by other agents. If you want to sell or buy any business consult the OLD RELIABLE AGENTS, LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Manufacturers grocers' sundries— $700; rent $20; clears $300; party has larger Interest up north cause of Bale; a bargain. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. . , Grocery— or invoice; rent $20; lease ltt years; receipts daily $40; horse and wagon; never before offered. See LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Butcher shop— s3so; rent $13; doing a good business; fine location; never be- fore offered for sale. Full particulars LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Laundry route— s46o; located in thick- ly settled . country town, 20 miles from Los Angeles; guaranteed to clear $100 monthly. Full particulars at LEAHY 6 SON, Sixth and Main. Bicycle and motor repairing— s37s; rent $30; lease; 2 partly furnished rooms; clears $100 monthly; more than value In sight; cause of sale, party wants to go north; act quickly. Only with LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Meat market and grocery— slooo; rent $16; lease; dally receipts $45; or will exchange for a billiard parlor; excellent ■ location; nice neighborhood. See this at once. Something good. Full particulars LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Publishing and manufacturing art novelties— clears big money; fine proposition for man and wife or lady and gentleman; must be seen to be ap- preciated; easy work and big profits; will not last long at this price. See my agents, LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. B akery—s 4oo or offer; 3 years' lease; rent $35; located In southwest part of city; good place for a good baker; must s ell; come and make us an offer at once; can be had at your own price. See LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Halrdresslng parlors— s4oo; rent $30; lease 2 years; party compelled to go to hospital cause of sale; One location; plenty of work always on hand; never before offered for Bale. See LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Harness and saddlery— sBoo or invoice; rent $25; in a thriving country town of a population of 15,000; located 15 miles from Loa Angeles; very attractive store; doing a good business; party compelled to leave city. Particular! LEAHY & SON, Sixth mid Main. G rocery—s 6oo; rent $16; 4 living rooms, furnished; receipts $15 a day; beet snap on our books. Bee LEAHY & SON. Sixth and Main. After trying other agents without »iii:ci'»s consult LEAHY & BON, Sixth and Main. FOR RENT Room*— Furnished FOR $1 A DAT YOU CAN RENT AN outside room beautifully furnished new, with elegant hotel i«rvlc«; gt»am haat. Nt 70S w 7TH ST. Houiaa I2B—B-ROOm' MODERN COTTAGE 1110 'Went 3d. ivnlkln* distance. $12— 4-room cottage, furnished, 1413 Lawrence st. -14-room building 818 West 14th st* At.i.ian* RAiii,nw, 2 l t 8. Uroadway, room 124. Phones Main 409. • Homo 6091. FOR -FURNISHED 2 AND B- r oom housekeeping apartments with bath ami steam heat, $28 to $33. 188 N . VINE, Hollywood. Home phone E 9027. $IS, 6 ROOMS; 4 ROOMS, $13; KETS AT 1 642 B. A damn at. Hooper car line. Flat* T O LET— FURNISHED APARTMENTS. For $15 monthly you can ALWAYS rent housekeeping APARTMENTS furnished complete, 3 rooms, phone, bath, hot water, gas range, 384 South Flgueroa, 812 West Fourth, 102 South Hfiufdry, 150 North Beaudry, 1020 Col- ton, 1183 to 1141 West First, 204 to 2 North Fremont aye., 911 Diamond, 7 12 Ceres, 836 Crocker, 1003 to 1011 East Ninth street, also flats and resi- dences for rent. T. WIESENDAN- QEn. 207 S. Broadway. NEW. VERY MODERN BUILDING containing five flats. It Is completely equipped with the Marshall & Steams patented fixtures. Each flat has sepa- rate entrance, private bath and laun- dry tub, and the carpenter work Is equal to that of a high grade private residence. Monthly Income $122.50; price $12,600; $8000 swings It. You get 18 per cent net. 463 LUCAS AYE. Phone weston. F5020. T O LET— ELEGANT 8-ROOM FLATS, $27.60, $25; wall beds, private bath. 4 63 LUCAS AYE. Phone Weaton F6020. FOR RENT— 6-ROOM FLAT ON EAST 12th. Telephone OWNER, 83194. Stores and Offloea T O LET STORES— $100— Corner, 701 West Seventh at $25-2104-06 East Ninth st. i 15-1017 West First st. , 15— 1018 East Ninth st. 15-1112% East Seventh st 1 5—2309 East Ninth St. $15-2311 East Ninth st T . WIEBENDANGER, 207 S. Bdway. FOR SALE Houaea 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; prloe $4750, terms, $1700 cash, balance to suit, JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 2 18 West Third Street. BUNGALOW BUILT FOR A HOME $2700 6 rooms and bath, large living , room, old gold brick mantle, built-in china closet, mission finish, large lot fruit trees, flowers and ohloken run; cement walks, sidewalk and curb, near the new Pasadena boulevard. Owner Home telephone C 1053. . 4447 tourmaline ST. _______ for~baTs£ w ebtltth bt. near vermont avh. $6000 $6000 Very attractive modern 7-room, 2-story house; hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, built-in buffet, very handsome fixtures) 8 large bed rooms; cement poroh, lawn and flowers; largn lot. There is a cottage In rear that rents far $16 month, which makes this a very desirable In- come property; H cash will buy this place. JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 2 18 West Third street TWO FINE HOMES Arlington Heights 8 rooms ss7so each. Wo have two new. 8-room houses, every modern Improvement, very handsome; oak floors, beamed ceil- ings, etc. Lot 50x150; $5760. easy terms. 7-ROOM HOUSE ON ROXBURY A beauty, nearly new, 7 rooms, 1%- s tory, golden oak finish, beamed ceil- ings, mission fixtures, hardwood floors, large porch; large lot. Price $6200, half cash. ACMI3 REALTY CO. (Inc.), . 427-8 Orosse Bldg.. 6th and Spring. Phones F5724, Bdway. 1540. For Sale 4-room cottage with five lots; fine place for chickens and garden; 15 minutes' ride; 5c fare; price $2500; one-third cash. Eo Go Deveos 27 Lautchlln Bldg. Both phones. FOR .sale: — ' There Is money to be made in buying a lot In the "Three O" tract, Vermont avenue and 63d St.; all Improvements I n; plans under way for the building of several attractive bungalows, and this tract will soon be the scene of much building activity. Buy now and make the profit these lots will surely make you. Lots $450 and up; $50 down, $10 per month. G . M. GIFFEN, 1-112 Merchant* Trust Bids. Member L. A. R. B. FOR SALE— Just completing 6-room bungalow, den, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors, seat.' buffet, fine high location. Lot 60x150; price $4000. But If sold before completed will accept $8660; $650 cash. Buy now, get a bargain and select your own inside finish. PITTSBVna Hi: A I. ESTATE] CO., 311-315 l.aunhllu llldg. DON'T PAY RENT WHEN YOU CAN buy this 5-rooiu cottage, bath, beautiful surroundings, short way out, delightful suburb, good car service: $1600. Owner. Sunset telephone HOLLYWOOD 847. $60 DOWN, $16 MONTHLY AND INTER- e*t buys 4 rooms, $1600. MINTHORN, 1 542 East Adams; Hooper car line. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, STABLE, GOOD yard; beautifully situated; delightful surroundings; Cull-grove lteal bargains here. Phone Bun»«t Hollywood 588. $1600 COTTAGE FOR $1200; 1500 CASH: 4 room*, barn; new. Keys 1513 ADAMS. Hooper avenue car lint. FOR SAL! City Lots and Lands NAHDEAU'S TRACT tiih Tiiri. TRACT ADJOINS l IUNTINUTON PARK. ALSO TIIK FAMOUS « I lIAIIV H ANCII. Lots $35© to $400 Each $10 BdDWN $1© MOUTH D O IT NOW. "Never better value for the money offered." Come to our office, we are prepared to show you. FREE TICKETS. Nadeami Realty Co. 27 Bryson Block. Cor, Second and Spring. Attention Carmen Buy From tie Owner Save the Commission Have a lot one block from Huntlngton's new car barns on the Eagle Rock oar line In the Cottage Home Traot that I will sell for $75© part cash, balance easy payments. This Is a snap. See Smith Herald Office TWO GOOD BUYS' • OUT MONETA WAY FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. c ash—sl7s.— $175. $660: south front lot on Sixty-eighth street; 40x185; $60 under value; $176 down, balance $10 a month. $200-cash— $850 buys a fine lot on Sixty-third St.; It only takes $200 to handle this great bargain. DOHERTY & LA ROSE, 7 26 Grouse Bldg. Main 3042. Office open Sunday afternoon. FOR BALE— Good level lot East Adams st. Size 40x125. If sold before March 18 will sell for S lOOO «1000 J ? ? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 1000 01000 Address BOX 118 Herald office. ' $400 EACH — LOTS 1 TO 8 INCLUSIVE, block 8, De Soto Heights; cheapest closeln lots in the city, near new Pasadena short line and car line to Covlna. 9 1500 — 5 lots on hill, south side Sun- set boulevard, Just west of Douglas; cement walk Is reserved for street purposes, making them easy of access; 2 0-foot alley In rear. ALLISON BARLOW, 2 13 S. Broadway, room 124. Phones: Main 409. Home A 6091. Orange Grovea i — _____ ORANGE GROVES 7 50 ACRES ALL BEARING In Riverside county, the absolutely frostless belt. These lands will be divided to suit and can be bought now for prices . ranging- from $750 to $1350 an acre. Easy terms. Perpetual water and In abundance. We have what you want if you want any kind of an orange grove. Come in and talk It over. GOLDEN WEST REALTY COMPANY . 6 43 South •iprliiK St. Phone F2903. Qj. J . J. MACDONALD, Riverside. Cal. Phone Home 1523. Suburban Property FOR BALE— ALTADENA, ACRE lots, $600 each, $100 down and $10 a month, or can sell half acres; good soil, fine view: elevation 1350 feet; abundance of pure mountain water. 1 .. M. PHATT A < •»., 608 Laughlln bldg., or Altadena office at end of car line. -■-■ Hotels and Lodging Houses A BARQAIN-A 18-ROOM ROOMING house, newly furnished; bath on both f loors; center of town. 15& E. COLO HADO ST., Pasadena. Live Stock— Poultry, Birds, Dogs CHICKENS-FINE BUFF AND WHITE Ughorns and Plymouth Hock pullets for ■ale. Call mornings only, »i) EUCLID A YE. EGOS FOR HATCHINO— FOR SALE. Pi re buff leghorn eggs, flnast laying atraln; li r-r setting. Cull mornins* only. 860 EUCLID AVENUB. FOR SALS Country Property Excursion March 22 to Modesto and Turlock, Cal., to show the Modesto and Tur- lock Irrigation districts of 270,000 acres of level lands In Stanislaus county. Land owm the water. Water taken from Tuolumne river- no pumps. Largest Irrigation dis- trict In the world and largest amount of water per acre. Round trip $11.10 (one fare), good IB days. Free stereoptlcon lecture 11 a. m. dally, assembly hall, third floor cham- b e r of commerce. For further par- ticulars «re 1. 11. WHITMORI3. At Office, Chamber of Commerce. 6 0,000-ACRE RANCH IN CALIFORNIA. $16.00 PER ACRE. TERMS CAN BE HAD O R WILL SELL ONK-HALF. COO FLOWING WELLS O N PROPERTY. ALL CAN BE CULTIVATED. LEVEL GROUND. mull vki;ii a CO., 635 GERMAIN lILDQ. FOR SALE— IO- ACRE FARMS AT HE- met, Riverside county; abundant, cheap water, prolific soil; you can raise enough potatoes the first yenr to pay for the land; also unsurpassed for oranges. Send for booklet or see L . M. PRATT A CO., 608 Laughlln Bldg. RICH LAND THAT WILL MAKE YOU rich, $15 to $25 an aero; unfailing water supply for 60c per acre annum Wheat, alfalfa, sweetest sugar beets; comfortable climate, cheap transpor- tation Address W. R. GILSON, 121 E . Fourth St., Los Angeles. Miscellaneous FAINT! GREAT REDUCTIONS One thousand gallons of SLA-TINB ROOF PAINT (guaranteed for 6 years) to be sold at 65c a gallon. CUT RATH HARDWARE: STORK. 2 88 N. Main at. Phone Main 9144. FOR SALE— SAFES CHEAP; large stock of second-hand bank safes, all makes, sizes and prices, Including a number of latest im- proved Diebold with three-movement time-lock nnd automatic. SWEET- B ER & BALDWIN, 409 E. 2d St. FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND- hand billiard and pool tables; bar fixtures of all kinds; easy payments. Bend for catalogue. THE BRUNB- WICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. 831 West Third street. Los Angeles. ASBESTOS COAL OIL BURNING bricks $2; quarter cost of wood or coal. Agency 207 Copp bldg., 218 S. Broadway. Sample $1. 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 61 Writ 10th St. M . L. HUCKINS. M. D., MgT. Phono West 210. . THE HEW YORK DOCTORS Our specialist in varlcocele, Impo- potence, syphilis, stricture and skin and private dfseasPß. Do not despair and think there Is no cure for you before you consult him personally. Advice free. Hours 10-12, 7-8 p. m. OFFICE 424 SOUTH HILL STREET. DR. HOWARD, WOMEN'S SPECIAL- ist in all] 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 SUCCESS- f uIIy treat all female diseases and Ir- regularities; 20 years' experience; con- sultation frp<». Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MERCAN. TILE PLACE, over 648 S. Spring. DR. BAHRENBURG, FEMALE DlS- c ases, monthly Irregularities; stricture, piles, blood, skin and private diseases. 4 66 SOUTH BROADWAY. DR. MERRILL. SPECIALIST — complaints, scientific methods, chronto and private diseases — either sex. 206tt SOUTH BROADWAY. DR. TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALIST and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER, Main street. DR. T. W. STONE. ATTENTION TO diseases of women. 415 V 4 S. SPRING. DR. LANE & CO.. SPECIALISTS, 830H B. SPRING ST.. over Santa Fe offices. SPECIAL NOTICES T O THE PUBLIC We, the undersigned, having pur- chased the good will, fixtures, etc., of the Mutual Employment agency, 206 S. Los Angeles St., from L. N. Norton, hereby give notice that the said L. N. Norton has no connection whatsoever with this establishment, and we will not be responsible for any debts contracted or business transactions made by him under the name of this firm. CHAS. C. MOSER, U . S. lI A HI! A NO. GENUINE] PANAMAS $1.00 We remodel your old Panama or Stet- son absolutely good as new for $1.50. FLICKER HAT WORKS, 218 Franklin St., opposite Hamburger's. HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED BY compressed air process, latest and best. CLEVELAND DYE WORKS, 6 59 W. Washington. Phones: West 2 868, 132671, fKgajk. DR. A. i POLASKY. oculist and tJrgS£ optician of 40 years' experience. Wj^*'now located at 817 W. Bd. Ex- amination free. Sunset Phone M. 0011. CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLEAN- ing Works clean carpets; refitting, sewing, laying. 229 E. 4TH ST. Phone Main 716. Home A 8254. CLKAN WATCH. IOC; MAIN SPRINGS. Me. warranted; old gold $1 i>wt. 461 a. THE CHIMNEY SWEEP — PHONE South 2887, Home 1111140. •TRUSSES- LONDON TRUSS CO., 206 W. FIFTH ST 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 ac- cidents. Lady attendant Open even- ings. Trusses 12 and up. GROCERIES a. a «-ia&ucti ■_ uttocuit*. fokmuh- ly at SUB W. bill at. Is now located at 14 W. Pico at. Ooods always the bast at right prices. Prompt Ualiv- ary. Uo>h |i|-oima. , . PIANOS pianos "bold kabypaymentb-^ Pianos runted at low rates. A, O. GARDNER PIANO HOI'S-. Ltd., 116 Winston at. Tel. Black: mi. Howe F 3189. 9 HOP a. mil. Horn* i«.-.0. Mum -»<*- Fir C 53-5-7 W. ft* «♦. l IAI.UVVI.V PARK /Syf|flffl#r__E Acre Lots Vr/'iAfflrnm-B & c en *^si__r________r $jju l "'4 V On Covlna ear line, "■■■ w- -oon to be running. Healthy climate and best of water. KrtiTln AMffion. -01-.l l.nimhlln Blilf. FOR EXCHANQB Real Batata EXCHANGE What have you to exchange? City for country. Eastern for California. Ranches for cottages. ' Lots for cottages. Bring along your trading property, you do not like and see If we can match up a deal. J . F. Walles 4 S. Spring St. Bdway. 1708, 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. LEGAL NOTICEB ' • NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MKKT- ING T O THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE} Pacific Light & Power company.— /. will please take notice that the annual meeting of the stockholders ' of the Pa- cific Light & Power Co. will be held at the office of the company. No C.4 Pacific Electric building, in the city of Los An- geles, county of Los Angeles, state of California, on Thursday, the 21st day of March, 1807, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing directors of said cor- poration for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. The stock transfer books of the company will bo closed on Monday, the 11th day iof ' March, at 3 o'clock p. m. and will remain closed until r Way, the 22d day of March, at 10 o'clock a. m. By order of the board of directors. CHAS. FORMAN, ' Secretary Pacific Light & Power Co. ' Los Angeles, Cal., March 1, 1907. " -^ 3 -2-20 19t Sealed proposals will be received at office of treasurer. Pacific Branch, N. H. D . V. S., Soldiers' Home, Los Angeles County, California, until 12 o'clock in. April 7, 1907, and then opened, for fur- nishing one and resetting two storage oil tanks, In accordance with Instruc- tions, plans and specifications, copies of I which, with blank proposals and other information, may be had upon applica- tion to T. J. Cochrane, Treasurer. 3 -11-18 4-1 3t ■ . . ■ Sealed proposals will be received at office of treasurer. Pacific Branch, N. H. D . V. S., Soldiers' Home, Los -Angeles " County, California, until 12 o'clock m. - April 7, 1907, and then opened, for con- necting elevators at hospital to pump pressure at power house, in accordance with instructions, plans and specifica- tions, copies of which, with blank pro- posals and other Information, may bo had upon application to T. J. Cochrane, Treasurer. 3 -11-18 4-1 3t DEAD MEXICAN NOT IDENTIFIED Murdered Man Supposed to Be A. T. Fralner Proves to Have Been Only Employed by Contractor of That Name Although more than a hundred Mexi cans called at Pierce Brothers' under taking establishment yesterday to see the body of the Mexican who was shot and killed as the result of a feud at Main and Arcadia streets Saturday night, none of them were able to identify the man, while Franrlsca Es tradla, the man charged with his mur der, has refused to give the officers any Information In regard to his vic tim. It was at first thought the dead man's name was A. T. Fralner, but this is now denied by the police. The officers claim to have learned that Fralner is a contractor at Sacramento and that the dead man was formerly in his employ. Kstradla has spoken only once about the murder. At that time he said he had shot the man in self-defense. The police have the names of a score of witnesses who claim to have seen the dead man spring for Bstradla and at tempt to bury the large hunting knife which was found clasped In his hand after death, in his enemy's breast. The fact that Bstradla purchased the revolver with which he Is said to have shot the unidentified man but a short time before the flght was learned by the police a few minutes after the shooting, and it is known that Estrnila had trouble with the dead man during moon. Both men are said to have been bad men, and It is thought they ma] been companions In crime and respon sible for many of the holdups which have occurred In Los Angeles during the last few months. Shot by San Francisco Bandits By Auoolatad Pr*M SAN FRANCISCO. March ;. 17,-» Charles Kelly, a longshoreman, was ■hot and probably fatally woundod early this morning by two masked men on Townsend street, near Third. I, Kelly refused to accede to the demand of th« men to hand over $6. 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