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THE WEATHER LOS \V(Sn April «, liW. Tlma.|nnr.lTh'r.|HumT Wd |Vlc.| Wthn_ t a.m. 80.001 M I 72 NE I 5 IClenr. 5p.m.|29.95|5 p.m.|29.95| 72 I 4fi I W 111 Iciear. . Maximum temperature P5. Minimum temperature 66. Barometer reduced to sea lovol. Weather Indications By Associated J'rr«K. ' ' II SAN FRANCISCO, April «.— There has been no rain In Cnllfornla In the past 24 hours. Forecast Lou Aniroles nnd vlclnlty-Falr Tuesday, l«ht vml wind. _ Baii Francisco and vlrlnlty Fnlr Tuen «lay with fog In the morning; light north winds ohanglng to wfgt. Sacramento valley-Fair Tuesday; light north wind. '■ Run Joaquln vnlley Fnlr Tuesday; eon- Hniied warm; light north wind. MARRIAGE LICENSES B URK-STRAIIAN—W iIIiam 3. Iturk. aged 28, a native of New Yorlt and ■ reslient of Los Angeles; and Nadle A. Btrnhan, nged 25, n native of New York .ui'l resident of I.os \ngele«. F OX-BAKElt—Mortimer— Mortimer Fox. aged 3... a native of California and resident of Los \n el,«. and Helen M. Baker. aged 34, a native ci New York and resident of Ixis Angeles. PRATT-ROMAINE— Ralph W. Pratt. aged 30, a native of Callfon and resident of Lob Angeles; and Julia B, Romaine, nged 28, a native of Ohio and resident of I-o« Angeles. WOOLVERTON-LODGE — Harold C. Woolvtrton. aged 26, a native of , Canada and resident of Grlmsley, Can.; and Elizabeth Lodge, aged 27, a native of lowa and resident of Red- LAKIN-THOMPSON— Walter T. T^tkln. aged 26, n native of Kansas and r»<<l- dent of Los Angeles; and Pearl Thompson, aged 26. a native nf Kan- sas and resident of Los Angeles. McINTYRE-CLARK— Raymond .1. Mc- lntyre.I Intyre. aged 24. a native of Illinois and resident of Redlands: and Bertha Clark, aged 20, a native of Illinois and resident of Lomax, 111. BIRTHS VAUGHN — Julius S. and wife. 1138 San Julian street, a boy and girl. WILLIAMS — Bert and wife, 6433 Rep- ton street, a girl. SIEHL— Josef and wife, 1143 Wall street, a girl. DEATHS K lSER—C harles L., aged 29 years, 2 301V41 V4 South Grand avenue, tubercu- losis. WILLIAMS — Horace, aged 29 years, 270 East Eleventh .street, rheuma- tism of the heart. M ALONE—EIIa,— Ella, aged 1!> years, receiv- . ing hospltnl. pneumonia. NELSON* — aged fiO years, Manhat- tan place, heart disease. CARDINALLI— iged 42 years. Good Samaritan hospital, knife wound. MARETLE — Keshner. nged 30 years, county hospital, phthisis pulmonalis. DIED BERNARD — April 8. Mrs. Susana Ma- ■ ■ chadn de Bernard, aged 6S years. Funeral from her late residence. 545 Lake street, Wednesday, April 10, at 8 a. m. Thence to Cathedral of St. Vlbiana, where solemn requiem mass will be celebrated, commencing at 9 a. m. Interment Calvary. Frlend3 invited. ? >; ; ;? . :. FUNERAL NOTICE WARMIN'OTON— In this city April 6. 1 907. Clarence Elmer Warmington, aged 46 years. Private funeral ser- ' vices will be held at Bresee Bro.'s chapel. 855 South Flgueroa street, to- day. Interment Rosedale. — ; Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and embalmers; lady assistants. 433 South Hill. Tel. Main 61. ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY Successors to Orr & Hines Co. Funeral directors. Corner Tenth nnd Flower S(«. Main 65. Home F4S7I. Lady assistant. CHURCH NOTICES CH^IS^^CHURCH^^CORNER and Flower. Rev. Baker P. Lee, rec- tor. Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m.; early celebration holy com- munion on third Sunday and Saints' day, at 7:30 a. m. Strangers espec- ially Invited. University cars pass I the door. Those desiring telephone connections for "shut-ins" telephone . 7912. Church physician at the church every morning from 8:30 to 9:30. Ser- vices and medicine free to all. Church open dally for private prayer from 8 . a. m. until 5 p. m. B ECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIEN- . tlst, Simpson auditorium, 734 South Hope street. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and S p. m.; sermon from the Christian Science Quarterly; subject, "Doctrine of Atonement." Children's Sunday school 9:30 a. m.: Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. Reading rooms, 5 10-511 Herman W. Hellman building. Spring and Fourth streets, open daily. 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 :80 p. m. Sunday school 10 a. m., C . E. societies 6:30 p. m. Strangers especially invited. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, ■ Hope street, near Ninth. Beats free. Rev. Wm. H. pay, D. D., pastor; Rev. Warren F. Day, D. D.. pastor emeri- tus; Harry ciiffnni Lott, choir master; Dean Walter F. Skeele, organist — . Morning service, 11 o'clock; evening services 7:30. THE LOS ANGELES FELLOWSHIP, Benjamin Fay Mills, permanent min- ister; regular service Sunday at 11 o'clock at Blanchard hall, an address by Mrs. Mills on the "New Woman." fiooil mimic, all se.-its frep. B PECIAL NOTICES GENUINE Iv \ \>i ts *i mi We remodel your o;d Panama or Stetson hat absolutely good as new for $1.60. FLICKER HAT WORKS, 2 18 Franklin st., oppc Ite Hambur- ger's. MBit. DR. A. I'OLASKY. oculist and H_u&£ optician of 40 years' experience, now located -it :;I7 \V. >i. i; - amlnatlon free. Sunset Phone M6Oll. CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLEAN- ing Works clean carpets; refitting, sewing laying. 229 B, 4TII ST. Phono Main 715 Home A 8254. CLEAN WATCH, 50C; MAIN SPRINGS, 60c; warranted; old gold $1 pwt. 451 H . MAIN AUCTIONS wx^^w^-, All 'Tl< (X ""~' "~* Wednesday, April 10. at 10 a. m.; the Iluntiiiffton market, 655 S Main I st. Fixtures and groceries. Owner . ' will leave for Nevada Saturday there, - fore will nell his business, which Is one of the bcsl in this city. Fix- tures Invoice $3000 and will be sold to ' suit purchaser. A royal opportunity. On and look it over. F IIRRY \- MHVI.KV Am lion, ,r> Q UBINEB3 PERBONALS Sfr'BATIIErVp"nX6w^ J REN^vTTED'AT ACME THKK WORKS. 768 Bun Pedro st. Tel. fuaael Main H6t>; ' Home 8041. P IANOB PIANOS SOIJJ J ON""kAS¥ PAYMENTS— '.Pianos rented at low ratev. A. G. OABDNEK PIANO HOUSK, Ltd.. 118 ' Winston St. Tel. Black mi; Home •■;■■,.' BANITARIUM9 S tnT^AToH "anß" siftFHTjftnTrAYfiS m asßKgit ribratory treatments for rheumatism, nervous <I<>hlllty. tnxnl- curlnjr fn<*<> and scalp. «29H 8. Bdway. Tel. 5532. _ BATHB AND MASSAGE INPIOKSTfON. NKRVOU3 DISKASE9 and rheumotiiim cured without drug*. Ktpert mas.«a«te. Phyxlclfln*' refer- ences. lIAtmfKT R. LAMn. ll»H _S. Spring. Home phone ARISO. ROSTON BLKC. INfITITtrTK— KLBC- tro Invlfforatnr: nl*n vibrator for fare or scalp treatments, for rheumatism, nervousness. R. 21, ground floor 757 Main. 12BH N. PPRINO ST*— THE ROSEN- berft bftths, mn.«snsr» and magnetic; expert eastern tr.iln"fl attendants. Homo A 2423. Hours 10 a m. to II p . m. TOU ARE NOT Ht'RRIEP FOR RATTIS nml massage wh"n you «r<i to 118 TEMPI ' ST.. room 26; best ot pnt- ronage solicited. MANICURtNO. SCALP TREATMENT^ and oil rubs; first class treatments given. Hnve ymi tried them? Itooni 1, CIO'4 9. SPRING SJj TIIK DAVIS MAs¥aOE PARLORS; HT- glenlc treatment and care ef the 1",!\ ; m anleurlnß. Rn.ims 18 and 19, 21S N. MAIN bTREKT. M ANICI'RINO. oTT AN!' A 1 ■ ■ll.'l, rubs; best treatment by Swedish mas- seur. THE VICTORIA, 752 S. Spring st.; parlnr S. SULPHfME. VAPOR. ELECTRIC AND tub haths. mn««aeo and chiropody. 701H S. BPWAT Phone Main 3183. TOUNO LADY FORMERLY OF 707 a Broadway Is now at 450 H B SPRINCJ. Manicuring and scalp treatment R 3. LONDON MANICTTRE AM> IfAMAOI parlors. Nubian perfumed tr*«tmenL 14^ N. Broadway, parlor f.. fV!.-,-t YOUNG I.APY. FORMERLY AT T4O S. Spring St., now located at Tit N MAIN' ST., room 14. Baths and massage. FISK PARLOR FOR MAGNETIC AN"> eWtrtr treatments. Hotel Courtiand. 3 16H S. SPRING ST.. room >■. BEST BATH AND SCIENTIFIC MA3- sage given at 149 N. MAIN; parlor I>\ Lady attendant. KLECTRIC INSTITfTE. 220 FRANK- LIN St.. room fi. Paths nnd — '.ssag-' MONEY TO LOAN Easy Money MONET. MONEY. MOXET. Any salaried employe or wage earser can get from ua. Just on his note— Mnly. S. Wkly. vr?*k Return to u5..513.06 $8.63 U.S | Return to us.. 8.00 4.00 I.M I 15-Return to us.. 4.00 2.00 I.WI Or any aum In proportion. THE CRESCENT LOAN CO. 7 00 Lankershim bulldlnsr. W E MAKE LOANS ON FURNITURE, pianos, horses, wagons, carriages, cat- tle, etc.. without removal from your possession. Loans also made to salaried per- sons on plain note without Indorser or publicity. Lowest rates In town. FIDELITY LOAN CO., 6 29 Mason building. 1 26 W. 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, positively lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to 6 :30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO., 6 28-629 Chamber of Commerce bldg. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES for building or on Improved city prop- erty, on a new, definite contract plan; number of payments limited to 111 months at $13 per month per $1000; interest decreases each month. STATE MUTUAL B. & L. ASSN., 107 S . Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN— THOMAS S. WADS- WORTH. 319 & 320 Dougla3 bldg., will .lend money on city or county real estate. SALARY LOANS CON'FIDE.XTI 4.L S . IT. DUTCHER, Merchants Trust Co. Bids. Room 403. T O JEWELRY LOAN C0..~~0N diamonds. Jewelry, etc. 328 M, SOUTH SPRING ST. Room 12. W E LOAN MONEY TO SALARIED people; confidential. Mutual Trust Co.. 421 Rullard hlk. PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS DR. GREEN. CLAIRVOYANT, BUSl- n ess medium, gives life readings dally, test circles Wednesday eve., 8 o'clock 2 .c. ROOM lfi. 11HU. S. SPRING ST. AND ff A NT R G HTB G . E. HA^PfL^rGETTpATENTiTIN^ ventlons financed; 25 yrs.' experience. 4 11 8. Main. R. 484. Patent litigation. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Gifa West Realty Co. 6 43 SOUTH SPRING. ST. Truck nnd dray business, one-half Interest for sale for $1050; a fine lot of horses and wagons; also storage warehouse. This is an old and thor- oughly eatablished concern. The seller wants the man more than the money, and the right party can get a good thing. We have two small restaurants that .-ir.' money makers, one for $200 and one for $350; both of these places have good leases. GOLDEN WEST HEAI.TY CO., 6 43 South Spring St. JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 2 18 \V< St Third tjtreet. Are you looking for a place to Invest your money where It will be xafe and bring you good returns in places like grocery stores, small or large hardware store, big or lit- tle feed and fuel, good ones; trans- fer business, cheap; liverty stables, . bargains; delicacy, ice cream, light groceries, cigars, etc., and many desirable places that can be bought right? Let us show .-ou what they look like. Investment Department, JONES & HYDEH LAND CO.. S !18 West Third St. BUSINESS PPORTUNITIEB— ' Ten-year transferable hotel i . ise, 44 rooms; rent $125, with furniture of 20 rooms. . , . $1000 Cafeteria worth $4000 for sals or exchange at Vt price $2000 Complete bakery store, good oven and location $1000 Inquire proprietor, 647 8. MAIN. Phone Main 3318. GOOD CORNI RESTAUItANT, WELL fitted, central location, always good trade; Kuae; rent $50; $900; you better buu it. MISS McCKKA, 2 11 Lankershlm Bldg., 3d und Spring. BOOK FKKB— HISTOKV OF TELB- frraph and telephone, Including the üb-st system, The Telautoprlnt. Call or address TELEGRAPH COMPANY, 3 16 Pacino Electrio building. Lott An- geleg. POSTAL CARD AND S..i i.mic STiilti, on KiKiuUvuy, cleurlng $300 monthly If properly managed; $760 buys. I.e_t*^ alone worth the price. Call between I I aud lp. m., tit 8. BROADWAY. | LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL Q. 1007. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES T KLKPiIONH MAIN 2R05; F463L LRAHY * SUM LGADINO AGENTS. Rooms 114 and SIS Severance Bldg., Sixth and Main Sts. Restaurant and lunch counter in the , . ntei of tne uusmess metric 1 . Beating capacity seventy; doing v laige liiiMiii'HM, vaiuaom leant-, at txi.emeiy low rent; tan show olacK anu wnue profit 01 over Uw, will near suicteai investigation. See i.l-.vili » il', .->,\U, anu main. Half Interest In rtstamnnt-JJOO; bona flue •'|>n«lli , , an quiCMJN •• ye«i» lease, lent reasonable; neai-« >... p*f vti'K. »c« Uaiii a S(j.>, Slxm und Aimn. K OTICiS TO liUkiiHS-Wt make a rci.>ra of all .--.i.t-c Hti'ui'Uing 10 111* Ilivis ot CHiifurmu, lasrsujr secut'inn >ou a Meal title. Kor s.ile-Niw 4-ioom furnl*hc«l cot- tun* on corner, hinii (i-OUBttj mi Mixi*;. u..nei must .-..,. j<^, j. Cast!) wti- auie »1j IbOnuti). i.t..\iil « Su. I*,1 *, BlAtI) l,u .UUIII. For sale— 4-100111 bungalow, lot iOxlM; between no car u&oa in Uieiidai*) i«\m>, ioMeio aim liuit*, tit^iflc iigu'A, »itv>'i vrnr «ACoa4i|« ior .....viii « ?£' * 1W " trzzzr u>aa - t or Sale— ao-rooin rooming ;•.....-.- on S. I<iim>i\.. i >. «,ui it.»*o; I.llc 1. -..,..,-. »i*v; kho casn; mtlancv term*. .....v.. \ *. so.>, Sixitx aiu .Mam. 10 rooms on S. FlffuerM; elf pant fr.r- mn.Te ami loration; i*:go ffrauadaj easl •iront. see us at once. i.h.All\ «: i=o.N, Ai«-«io beverance i<uig. 1 have a fin? list ct Joi*, cottages and rancne* in exohar.ge lor frixvrit* and otiier DUsiaeaa cbanc«s. some loiter ihaa casn. _j_ajh .\ U«-SU 6ev» eraiice Wd«. N OTICE TO HUYER.S-U you «re lc»okir.g for a MmUttSS o! any M;id OaH and gel our Hsl a.» we have t.iar.) crerr piac« of business Uiai i» tot s— M in ajv^s Ar.se.t? county; oo not ti* rui*icd by oumt &.geT,u., but csll on the ul-D hELUHU.AUI.MS, LKAHT tt SON, C igAT f'Ar.d — J..-K l , oJ^^Ap rtTit, <lalT\J? A g -ocKi iiU&nies*; l»»vA;«J on iiroadway r.*«r Third, aioa Bxrarea, <riv>a p.aee for 1 P«op3e; ihis win run l&*i long. S«* L&A . & SOX, SixUi and Main. _____ . Wi>c>iL ee*l, >.*> arid gTsin— s:Wo; rent *&(•; doir.g A rmMr.c.Rf iif IY:<A< monthly; S >-ears ImIMJ 1 horses And r w&fcms; lc>- c*tf>d sot;h»-f.ti j-iaj-t .if Mtyj diScrent (roa U» r«;; Mp bs.rfain. S-ee Ll-VIIV Rf*t.surai.t — }4(Xi; rt.nt or.ly $2^; dsJlj- rf-c*.i^ls SC; frc.->d loose; jxirty is sick ar.il c-jnni*ij*_ to pell, vome and raake « » Si effiex. ULXHT & SON. SixtiJ and A t._siae» c.t l_be h^htf 1 nerit*. r.ever ! before f>2t.r£<i3 ff>r sa.f-: caa t>e bad for 4 1- :>. . jsst tess tiaa :,a.i trhat It id worii; dears SSI-i- a taoaUi; no r.ight or Sur.iay woi*. Fall r-^rUculars. See 1-EAJiT _ SOX, Sixth _r,d i_un. Essr-JJTseat e>lHc*^-K»; rer.t Xi; c'.e&rs bis macer; food established place; tz* oppartucltr for two people; must gi> eait os sccouc; of death. See LEAHV £ su.», Sixia ar.d Main. Blacksmith shop — R3; rent only tt. located a: the t^s: beach I ■wn in Cali- fornia; ciearisg t>ig money; tine place for a good blacK£:n;th. See this at once. LEAHY 6z SOS, Sixth ai:J iiain. Livery and boarding stables — $10,000; rent il-'i; located in southwest part of city; clearing JtiuO monthly; 79 stalls, fully equipped in every particular; es- tablished many years; fine proposition for two good hustlers; -15 Bteady board- trs; cause of sale sickness; don't for- get to look tnis up; bona tide; will beat the strictest investigation. Fifll par- ticulars with LEAHY & SOX, Sixth and Main, Meat market — rent $15; dally re- ceipts $3U; no opposition; :' horses, 2 wagons and buyt;y, 1 living rooms, party wants to go east cause of sale. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Post card business— s4oo; cheap rent; clears big money; thousands of peoplo pas* every day; nice place for man and Wife: act quickly. See LEAHY & SON, Blxth and Main. Laundry L;slness— slooo; rent $40; clear- lngI Ing big money; located in a thriving county town about 100 miles from Los Angelas; 3 years' lease; a snap for the right party; act quickly if you want something good. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Meat market— sboo; rent $15; daily re- ceipts $40; good long lease; horse and wagon; party wants to go to the mines cause of sale. See LEAHY <Sc SON, Sixth and Main. Restaurant and lunch counter— cash will handle it, balance to suit; do- ing a $100 a day business; valuable lease worth more than $^W0; very at- tractive place; neat and clean; nothing like it in the city; always busy; lo- cated close in; will sell half interest to acceptable party. Full particulars. LEAHY & SON, Sixth und Main. General merchandise and 14 lots— or will sell stock alone $5uOO; located In best thriving county town in the state; established 14 years; party has made a fortune and wishes to retire; here la an opportunity for 1 good hustlers to make big money. LKAIiY & SON, Sixth and Main. For sale, modern 35-room rooming house, running water in every room; long lease and money maker; good rea- son for selling; will give you good terms or will exchange for city property or business. McArthirr, with LKAH? ii BON, 314 and 315 Severance building. Wholesalo chocolate manufactory— interest $:iU00; rent only $1D; doing a. big business; located in the best beach city in the state; disagreement in partners cause of sale; full particulars at LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Delicatessen and Ice cream parlor — $3i.i); rent $40; 6 years' lease; located In west part of city; come make us an of- fer; must bo sold; make offer; act quickly. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main, Art store— llsoo; rent $20; doing a nice business; located 40 1 lies from Los An- geles; or will exchange for Los Angeles property: nicely fitted up. See LEAHY A: SON, Sixth and Main. Delicatessen and restaurant— s3so; rent $35; good lease; close In; west part of city; fixtures alone worth double the price asked; good place for man and wife. Full particulars. See LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. For sale, 3-room house and barn; lot 4 0x150; street work in; $950; $^00 cash; balance $10 monthly; big snap. Wo have several bouses and lots in exchange for small groceries and other business propositions. See us at oucu. Rooming housa of 21 rooms— sl6oo; cheup rent; located went part of city; clears $100 month and reserves 3 rooms; carpets and furniture; good party Is compelled to sell on account of sickness. See LEAHY & SON. Sixth und Main. Grocery and moat market— slsoo; cheap rent; 4 years' lease; no opposition; or will sell grocery store separate with J living rooms; a snap for the right party. Bee LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Barber shop— sl6s; rent $20; good lease: clears 176 month; 'i. chairs; located west part of city; don't overlook this If you want something good. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main Oeneral merchandise— At Invoice; rent only $40; long lease; dally receipts $200; > established 7 years; ti horses and 4 w<i- Konti; never before 10 tha market; party lias other bu.-iincss to attend to cause of Bale. Call und Investigate this. Only with LEAHY & BON Sixth und Main. After trying other agents without success consult I LEAHY & BON. Sixth and Main. WANTED Help— M.l* RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY I !** •>«« *rrnn<l «trfft. Mnln «J««aO. Home A7«ttO. ■ \V+ fnrnlah r<-llnl.lr h*lp of nil klnii*. I nil on H 1 t fnr nil help anil work. ■ M> hnv* our of «h# lnr«r«» •rlrrtlnn* of hrlp nnd nnrk In »l>r c»»t. < nil nn.l <rr our hill bonritx. iotn ii ' If An Li) fob IILLI I V\»l "\ RMPI.OYJtE.TT M.IM C. \V. .IKNKS * CO., :04 EASI Urc- ond Mrrrt I^n ,\n»c!e<i. Cal. Hoth Hhonon: Home A4Sfi>». Mnln tit. Carefully Pelrcted ninle nnd feinnle nelp of all riPKrlptlffflt md natlonall- ties furnished promptly. nrnifh hand!" Mil mo.', -r.t-.ir.i hnnds IJfl mo., milker? tui 1110., rook men J 5.1.% day, laborers $4," mo., chore man ij.*i» mo, Stabl* man. miry. $.10 mo,, scrnprr Mtumslcr *.M"> d:iy, stolid rut- \cTf $.*.:>o <!.iy. Mono polisher 13.50 to J 4 day, ornip cook rtinl helper HO mo., man and wife. ,vnk», ISO mo. laundry -rusher ISO mft. :n.I Kik.-r .--l' 1 w.-ok, Tifcht poiti-r I' w.-.-k. ramp ilui-.key $."t! -,m,v. dlrtiWMher 5S «r««k. Man y «v ih rr yo.-d jobs. mMMKI. BROS. .« iV, —KMn.OYMKNT AGENTS— A Mri.-ilj- first M-lass relinMo jrency. All kin.'.* of help promptly furnished. Yov.r ord.-rs soll.-ltrd. 1«-n< r*->t Potond street. PptTrcen Mf»l:i and I* 1 * Anireles sts. 1 .»r.r.-«t nn.S tu-st pped offices on the Pacific const. HVMMKI, BROS. .■: CO., m a^,i nt Knst Second street. Telephone? Main 509; Home 509. MARKS' EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 1 5.-. SSI -r,-.,nd Street. rhf>nc« Main 4-U. Home A."« 47. All Classes Of help furnished, hotels, Tostaur.ints. lodclne houses, etc. FOREIGN DEPARTMENT .T.Tp.-inr^e help n specialty. WASTED —A " FIRST-CLABB SILK salesman: none bu( a thoroughly competent and experienced person ne- (■nstoned to fine trade need apply; jvMtion permanent If applicant Is satisfactory. Apply after 9 a. m. to the manaser Of the VILLE de PARIS, SIT a Broadway. FAT.K-MKX OF fITH AND 7TH STREET stores near Pacaflc Electrio hldg., to I try the new Huntington cafeteria and solicit patronnpe on commission. 647- C4i> SOUTH MAIN ST. MEN TO LEAR BARBER TRADE. Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS- TEM COLLEGE. 113 East Secnnd St. 8 00 MEX WANTED — 214 N. BDY. HAT factory. Be wise: don't huy new hnt; have your old remodeled like new, 50c. DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store, 519 S. Main*. Money jtrr.oo FACTORY SITE Good nml itnfe InveNtment, as It In r -nriilnc (I per cent on $7,100, cor. Snn Ornnmln nm] Ann stK.i Improved with n 22-rnom luiluliik hniinc, fnelnK on Snn Fernnndp «t., nnd n 4-room oot- ihko fnclntc on Ann *(.. both rented. i.ot noxino ft. Addremi HEINER, iii.".!i S. Olive St. Home phone F4r>SS. WANT $SOO. $1200. J3OOO TO RENEW mortgage, 5 per cent discount offered. BIDDALL CO.. 207 Copp building. 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 FS MIXES * F.VniSH, 3 15 SOUTH HILL STREET. Miscellaneous WANTED— BUY FURNITURE AND household ROr»lB. If you are froiriß to sell we will pay you one-third more than others. Phone us. Main 1117. Horns 2ir,4. COLYEAR FURNITURE CO.. 322 South Main street. WANTED— A TENT AT 411 SOUTH EASTLAKE AYE. PHYSICIANS CANCERS AND TUMORS CURED— NO knife; no blood; no danger. Knlfeless surgeons. See our bottled tumors for proof. Get our prices and pave your dollars. CALIFORNIA CANCER CURE, 7 61 West 16th st. M. L. Huckings, M. D., manager. Phone West 2169. C ATAHItII C.W UK CUIIKI) Mnn ur wuinun Unit liiih vntnrrh to onll nt Onirul I)r«K Store, 1 32 South llroiulviii)-. Cbainlier of Commerce bullillnK. I poxltlvely euiirnntee to cure nny ense for one clollur. m n he Hent by mull. J. B RAUFOIII), Prop. dr. HOWARD, WOMEN'S special- ist in all female troubles nnd irregu- larities; new Improved painless meth- ods; cure guaranteed or no charge. Fee, $10; consultation free; 37 years' < xperlence; no drugs, no painful oper- ations. Hours: 10 to 8. 521 S. FIG- UEROA, near Sixth. DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCESS- f uIIy treat all femalo diseases and Ir- regularities; 20 years' experience; consultation free. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p . m.; Sundays 10 to 12 a. 111. 204 MERCANTILE PLACE, over 543- S. Spring, D X. BAHRENBURO, FEMALE DlS- e ases, monthly irregularities; Btric- tur», piles, blood skin and private dis- eased. 4, SOUTH BItOADWAY. 1 )H. MKHHII.I-, SPECIALIST — FEMALE complaints, scientific methods, chronic and private dlse:i:-.- — either sox. 206>,& SOUTH BROADWAY. DR. TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALIST and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER, Mnln .street. DR. T. \v. stone, ATTENTION TO diseases of women, 415 8. SPRING. DR. LANE & CO., SPECIALISTS, 330 S . SI-ltlNt; ST over Snnta Ie offlres. ATTORN EYS.AT.LAW MARRIAOE AND PROBATE LAWS A specialty. No f eo without success E. 1 ". MOREY, r.LM Btlmson hlk., oor, 3d ami Bprlng, Phone 6718, Open even- illKS- DIVORCE LAWS — ADVICE I-'HEE; NO fee without success; private. J, 11 B MITII, 122 W. Third st,, room 221. 1 to B p. m. PERSONAL* L A DI EB^DR^ La FRANCOIS COM^ pound; safe, speedy regulator; 16 cents. DrukgUt* or mall. Booklet free. DR. LaFRANCO, Philadelphia, Pa. DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 519 8. Main. U MBKELLAB AND GLOVE MAKERS BUY HKUI3 AT FACTORY PRICES UiK assortment. Umbrellas recover- ed and made to order. 117 w. Fourth St., new 11.1111'.11i lillllillriK. B HO*EB REPAIhEP MEN'S OAK Vi'BOLKS, SEWED, 11, I.A- 1 <U«s' 760. Factory Shoe bloi 313 W. 6. FOR RENT House* « I »•• NEW FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, north slrle of Wnhash aye. fo\irth house enst of floto street, or will sell $1« cft«h, lid n month. f 2.1.0ft M,.rlern R-room cottnsre 1110 We»t Second St.; walklnß dlstnnce t .i0.f101 4-rnom house 818 Went 14th Street, or will rent part of the house j.»At.M«O:V lIAItf.OW, tit nrnndwny, rooms 124-120. R hone« Main 40<i Home AMHU. Rooms — Furnished run $1 A DAT vor can rent an ontslile room I.i-.iml ifnily furnished new with elrgnnt. lintel service; stf.im hent. .it 708 W. TTH BT. •torts and Office* T O LET— STORES— $100—701 W. Seventh st. 2104-06 I-:. Ninth St. % $20— 1f.0 N. Ilenudry nve. $25—829 W. Third St. $15—1013 E. Ninth st. $15—1017 W. First st. $ I fi— l l l 2 HE. Seventh St. J 18—2 809 E. Ninth st. $15—2311 H, Ninth st. T . WIESKNDANGER. 207 8. nrlwny. FOR RKNT TWO GOOD OFFICB rooms; rent 128 per month. Address _ HOX «IS. 1 terald. Flats T O LKT ELEGANT 3-ROOM FLATS, $27.50, $17. G0; wnll beds, private bath i '-,T i,r<'\s AVK. Phnno Weston F5020. FOR SALE Houses fi-ROOM COTTAGE," KLITE NElGH- b orhood, 10!>5 West 31st St.. between Hoover and Orchard: strictly modern; n palatial but co«y llttlo HOMS; lot 5 0x146 to an alley. This •will be on tho market a very short time. . Come and. see it NOW!! Come and sco it NOW!! $4000 *1200 rnnli. l-'.nny (criiis. T . L. O'BRIEN & CO., Cor. Main and Jefferson Sts. Phones: So, 227fi; H5338. FOR SALE— BOYLE lIEIGIITS, East 4th Street. Very handsome 5-room bungalow; beamed ceilings; built-in buffet; pressed brick mantel and fireplace; targe oak front door; lawn; flow- ers; very attractive home and closo in; price $3000. Terms $1000 cash and balance $25 month, Including interest. JONES & RYDF.R LAND CO., Inc.. 2 18 West Third st. FOR SALE— Just completing a G-room cottage with two brick mantels, built-in buffet and book cases; three rooms'with oak floors, electric lights, gas, best plumbing; large Jront porch, cement steps and walk; lot 6 0x150; M block from car line. PRICE $3650; $750 CASH. Balance easy terms. S co OWNERS. M . W. STEPHENS. 530 Wllcox bldgr. E . G. DEVENS, 227 Laughlin nldg. FOR SALE— ARK JUST COM- pletlng 6-room bungalow. Fine high location, half block from car; large den, living and dining rooms. 2 brick fireplaces, hardwood floors, paneled walls, bookcases, buf- fet cabinet kitchen, laundry tubs, bed rooms and bath in white enamel. Price $4000, but If sold before com- pleted will accept $3650; $750 cash. OWNER. 311-15 Laughlin bldg. $4500 6-room rustic cottage, close in, on 24th street near Main; thoroughly modern, cozy and well built. This is a great BARGAIN. NOW is your chance. $1000 ennh— — Easy payments. Phones: So. 2276; 85338. Flat Buildings NEW, VERY MODERN BUILDING containing five fiats. 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 hleh grade prlvato residence. Monthly income $122.50; price $12,500; $8000 swings it. You get 13 per cent net. 463 LUCAS AYE. Phone Weston. F5020. City Lots and Lands NADEAITS TRACT THIS III: 111 I I. TRACT ADJOINS 11 VMM. PARK, VI. Ml THE FAMOUS CUOAUY RANCH. Lots $350 ■ to $400 Each $10 BOWN $10 MONTH D O IT now. "Never better value for the money offered." Come to our office, we are prepared to Bhow you. FREE TICKETS. Nadeain Realty Co. 27 Bryson Block. ________ FOR BALE- COR. ON WESTERN AYE. I have the southwest corner of 30th and Western aye., 46x140 to alley; sewer in and paid for; gas and electrio: price 11850; half cash, balance at $15 per month. This is u bargain. Owner, W . M. PKTITFILS. Ex. 222. F OX BALE- ~~~~ * IN THE CIIAS. V. HALL VRACT. I have a lot ou Dalton aye., 60x I WJ to alley, for*Sl6so. Don't this Huuud good to you? Call W . M. PBTITFILB. Ex. fc'2. . FOR &ALE City Lets and Lands ~~ $200,000 ' " I,n<« 1. 3, .1, 4 find 5 In ALLISON BARLOW TRACT This Is the largest plec« of close-in property In the city for *al« as a wholo Fine sits for hotel, apart- ments and flats. 4 60 feet west MoV of Beaudrjr be- tween Second and Third. 4«!> feet east side of Doylston be- tween Third nnrl Second. 4 1 feet west i"lde of rtoylston be- tween Third and Sapphire. 8 34 feet south side of Second be- tween He-Mirlry and Hoylston, A M.ISON ll\Hl.n\V, 2 13 Smith HroiMlwny . Rooms 123-126. Phones: Mnln 409. Ilnmn ABO9I. _____________ $stH Is not much to pay for a high grnde city lot In tho right direction, Is itf Conn nee mi: McCarthy company's florknck hktohts tract. Free pxc.tirslona every day fmm Second nnd Spring Btn 8l at 9, 10:20, II H) a. m., 1, 2:20. 3:10 p. m. Phono 8737. Main 1202. West 1148. _ B uburban Property $4r.00— m , MILES SOUTH OF BENEDICT. ii' acrea nnd Six acres beside goes with tho pInCC. for WhlCtl a quit claim deed can be given. No tnxes on "Ix acres. aii under fence. House 7 rooms. New windmill and tank. Milk house, new. with rement floor. New chicken ci>trals. Oootl barn, Water piped Into house, barn, to all corrals • . and to gnrrion. Applo trees, peach, pour and fig; blackberry patch, A new two-room house, lust been built. Soil perfect. Place not run down. llnny new improvements. Flowing well in field 2 80 feet deep. AbQtit throe acres in fruit trees, and gum grove. Will exehunge for two or three Inrge lots, with houso and barn, etc., modern; or one acre with modern Improve- ments, In any suburban place Holly- wooil. Glendale, Troplco, Whlttter, Monrovia. BRUBATCER & CO., 53fi Ocrmaln bldg. 224 S. Spring. STOP PAYIIVO HKNT— Buy a lot and own your home. $10 down and $10 a. month. O N EAGLE ROCK CAR LINE. Lots $250 to $475. E . M. I.YON, 3 21 Bryson Building. Country Property FOR SALK— IO-ACRE FARMS AT Hemet, Riverside county; abundant cheap water, prolific soil; you can raise enough potatoes the first year to pay for the land; also unsurpassed for oranges. Send for booklet or see 1 ,. M. PRATT & CO., 608 Laughlin Bldg. POULTRY RANCHES. LARGE AND SMALL. Improved and unimproved. Cash or terms to suit, some nice half acres; water piped; excellent location; $300; $25 cash and $10 month. -■. -' MISS McCREA, 2 11 Lankershlm bldg., 3d and Spring. B-ACRE RANCH, FEW MILES OUT; new, modern house 5 rooms; 300 chickens, incubators, brooders, 150 fruit and nut trees, garden truck, horse, cow, farm Implements; near cars. This Is a great place for $4500, terms. MISS McCREA. 211 Lanker- shim bldg., Third and Spring. $825 BUYS % ACRE POULTRY RANCH; everything complete and in good condi- tion. OPPORTUNITY REALTY CO., Room 12. 415/3 S. Spring St. Poultry Ranches FOR SALE— ACRES AT ALTADENA, Pasadena's foothill section, for only $1500; very easy tetms; decomposed granite soil, easily worked and never muddy; fine for chickens; abundance of pure mountain water; fine view; convenient to car line and less than 4 miles from center of Pasadena, the best poul- try market In Southern California. 1 .. M. PJIATT & CO., 608 Laughlin bldg. Business Property A GOOD INCOME PROPERTY— AN- g eIeno Heights, near Kensington road; delightful location. 6-room modern house, rented; also good G-room house rear; large lot, fine view. Sell or exchange for clear property not improved. Price right, terms given. MISS McCREA. 211 Lanker- shim bldg., Third and Spring. Stocks and Bonds I HAVE A BLOCK OF CRESCENT RO- tary engine stock at $1.00 per share: come quick; you know they are being sold at $1.50 per share; this party needd the money. See J . A. HAMME, 2 12 Mercantile place. Phone F2955; Broadway 2547. Live Stock — Poultry, Birds, Doga CHICKENS-FINE BUFF AND WHITB leghorns and Plymouth Rock pullets for sale. Call mornings only. 860 EUCLID A YE. __^ EGGS FOR HATCHING— FOR SALE. Pi -c buff leghorn eggs, finest laying strain; *i r*-r setting. Call mornlnss only. 950 EUCITD AVENUE. Hotels and Lodging Houses BARGAIN — 10-ROOM TRANSIENT house, central location; snlo on ac- count of Blckncsß. 309 W. 4TH ST. Miscellaneous FOR SALE— NEW AND SECOND- hand billiard and pool tables; bar fixtures of all kinds; eaby payments. Bend for catalogue. THE BRUNS- WICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. 881 Went Third street. T^oa Angeles. TRANSFER AND BTORAGB COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO., 4 15-417-419 San Pedro St. Main Office 324 South Main. Phones Main 1117; Homo 2164. New and absolutely fireproof storage; pri- vate looked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos, fine furniture, etc., trunks, boxes, etc., stored 25c to 50c per month. We solicit your patronage. TRUSSES L 7)m>cirTmTs^TOr^s^wrFlFTirST > . BtransTUlated hernia causes death; note the many deaths duo to this cause, Why do you wear that old UMIeSI truss? Our radical cure trusses will make y6u entirely safe and protect you against acoldents. Lady attend- Hiit. Open evenings. Trusses $2 and up. DENTiynt DR. FLECKUNSTKIN, DENTIST, 132 N. Broadway, Thorpe bldg., does dental work right and reasonable. No graft und no pain. FRANK STEVKNS. 324H SO. BI'KINO. ' OROCERIKd A S. FIKHICHB QKOCEBY, FORMER- I y at 328 W. sth ut., is nuw located at 6 34 W. Pico st. Goods always the b«st at right prices. Prompt deliv- ery. Both phones. ¥ OU Herald Use a M OHM Herald Liner ** ■■ mil. n»m> in,™. M«ln MMh s-^ffju ————————— wr*&6tt99lfiPilA4 T>i> L«rg*e« But- /<V»*"^ «-*W5w? '"••• Cottea* Ik *_^ Los Angel**. ' w 883-8-7 W. 7th at, JT>HlMlijl, I FOR KKNT fVTfl'iMlgliitsrCr I'l'KNisiir.n T JlilTinfll"l<iW'i?Xßi Lenso l to 3 years, S yßmfnmwfmar Iar s« finely fur- V^M^ilillUUK nl «'ieil two-stnry *%nr^ '\ rrsl denee; splfn- ymi *!.»■ j'j. Atinmw Et, Mflpio avft. car. FOR EXCHANGE Real Estate BEN WHITE Will Exchange' your property: Immense bargains; npply at onco; satisfaction nnd quick renu U*. Member Realty Board. 804-8 BUYBON Hlnrk. nnd Spring. CITY PRINTING W fHloe liKinni: mn-,-1 Work rroponnlx Pursuant to itatutsa nnd to Or" I- nance No. 12,479 (New Beriet), or the Council of tho rity of Los Anieles adopted February 8, 190(5, directing thiq ? ,. t C °if th r I ar(1 of Publio Works of ■aid city invites and will rocelre at Its orriro in the City " aII up to n o'clock 1. m. of Monday. April 18. 1907, sealed proposals or, hid?., for tho following sTeolf.c-aUo'n-,:10: 10 b ° dd ° n9 aCCOrdln t5 strut526s 26 (NeW Scrles) ' for Kravclea m 2" II ( ,^. PW Series), for cement curbs. No. 23 (Now Series), for cement slde- Iks. No. S (New Series), for rement gut- ters, In tho City of Los Angeles, poitccl and on file tlmrefor Pted or herein lnentlonr-d, towit: I st. That MAONOLIA AVENUE In said city from a point 700 feet north of the north lino of Tenth street to the south lino of San Marino street, includ- ing all intersections of streets (except- ing such portions of said street and In- tersections as aro required by law to be kept in order or repair by any porson or company having, rnilroad tracks thereon, ami also excepting such por- tions as have already been graded and graveled and accepted) be graded and graveled to tho official grade in accord- ance with the plans and proflln on fllo In tho office of the City Engineer and specifications for the construction of graveled streets. Class A. in tho City of Los Angeles on file In the offlco of tho City Clerk of said city, said specifica- tions being No. 26 (Now Series). 2d. That a cement curb be con- structed along each line of the roadway of said Magnolia avenuo from a point 7 00 feet north of the north line of Tenth street to the south line of San Marino street (excepting along such portions of the line of said roadway upon which a cement or granite curb has already been constructed to the official line and grade). in accordance -with specifica- tions for constructing cement curbs, on file In the office of the City Clerk, said specifications being No. 22 (New Series). 3d. That a cement sidewalk six (6) feet In width be constructed along each sul:> of said Magnolia avenue from- a point 700 feet north of the north lln« of Tenth street to the south line of San Marino street (excepting such portions of said street between said points along which a cement or asphalt sidewalk six ( 6) feet In width has been constructed to the official line and grade) said slde- walk to be constructed in accordance with specifications lor constructing cement sidewalks on file In the office of the City Clerk of said city, said speci- fications being No. 23 (New Series). 4th. That a cement gutter be con- structed along each line of the roadway of said Magnolia avenue from a point 7 00 feet north of the north line of Tenth street to the south line nf San Marino street (excepting nlong such portions of the line of snld rondway along which a cement or granite gutter has already been constructed to the official line and grade, and also excepting such portions of said street and intersections as aro required by law to be kept in order or repair by any person or company hav- ing railroad tracks thereon). Said gutters shall be three (3) feet In width excepting at Intersections of streets, where said gutters shall be six ( 6) feet In width; and said gutters shall be constructed In accordance with tha plans and profile therefor on file In tho office of the City Kngineer, and in ac- cordance with specifications for tho construction of cement gutters on filo In the office of the City Clerk, said specifications being No. 8 (New Series). Bidders must file with each proposal or bid a check payable to the order of the Mayor of this city, certified by a re- sponsible bank, for an amount which shall not bo less than 10 per cent of tho aggregate of the proposal, or a bond for the said amount and so payable, signed by the bidder and by two sureties, who shall justify, before any officer competent to administer an oath, In double the said amount, and over and above all statutory exemptions. In bidding use blanks which will ho furnished by the Secretary of the Board of Public Works upon application, Los Angeles, Cal., April 8. 1907. HORACK 13. FERRIS. Secretary of the Board of Public Works of the City of Los Angeles. 4 -8-9 2t LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Stockholders' Meetlnk Notice Is hereby given to the stock- holders of the Los Angeles Paclflo com- pany that at a meeting of the board of directors of said corporation, duly called anrl held on the sth day of April, 1 907, a meeting of the stockholders of said corporation was called and ordered to be held at tho hour of 12 o'clock m. on the 11th day of June, 1907. at the office of Bald corporation, No. 316 West Fourth street, Los &nffelea, California, (that being the principal place of busi- ness of Hald corporation, and the build- ing where the hoard of directors usually meet), to take into considera- tion and vote upon a proposition to create a bonded Indebtedness of said corporation In tho Bum of $20,000. the'bonds to have forty yoars to run nnd to bear Interest at 5 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, to be secured by- ■ ■ trust deod or mortgage on all tho property of said corporation, whether now owned or hereafter acquired; $12.- 5 00,000 of said proposed bonded indebt- edness to be used In retiring by pur- c-haso. exchange or payment, a similar amount of bonded Indebtedness of tho Los Ansrelei Pacific company, one of the corporations which formed the said Los Angeles Paclflo company by con- solidation and amalgamation, and in retiring by purchase, exchange or pay- ment the outstanding bonds of the Lo§ Angeles Pacific Jlallroad company, Los Angeltjs, Hermosa Beach & Redondo Railway company, Los Angeles Pacific Railroad rompany.of California, and Los Angeles Pacific company, which com- pauies wen- merged In the Los Angeles pacific company by consolidation, which said liihiilh are secured by trust deeds or mortgages ii|"iii and are S lien upon all the property now owned or hereafter acquired li.y the I.os Angeie.H Paclflo company, the remaining $7,e00,- 00 of said proposed bonded indebted- ness to lie used iii making and paying for improvements, extensions, bettei ments and additional equipment, and ii acquiring other property. jiy order of the board of directors. A. I. Ml I'll Secretary of Los Alltfule.s Paclflo Com- ,f)a"ea April B, 1907. 4 -9-lfi-23-:iO 6-7-14-21-28 in Every Hill.* you want you will tind In the ultuuiluau page. One cent a word, pedla. One cant a word.