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THE WEATHER LOS ANGELES. May 13, 1907. Time.|Bar.|Th'r.|Hum| Wd |vTc.| Wthr. 5 a.m. 129. 891 51 I 69 NE I 6 IClear. 6 p.m.|29.92| 66 | 51 ]8W I 8 |Clear. Maximum temperature 71. Minimum temperature 48. Barometer reduced to sea level. Weather Indications By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.-No rain has fallen along the coast. Warmer weather may be expected Tuesday over most of California. Forecast Los Angeles and vicinity— Fair; warmer Tuesday; fresh west winds. San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Tues day; probably warmer; light north wind, changing to westerly. Sacramento and San Joaqirin valleys — Fair; warmer Tuesday; fresh north wind. MARRIAGE LICENSES : BOWMAN-GOOD— C. Bowman, ■ • aged 18, native of New York and resi- dent of Los Angeles, and Adelaide B. . Good, aged 30, native of Ohio and rest- dent of Long Beach. " GROOMER-CLINE-Jerd W. Oroomer, 9 aged 25, native of California, and Susie ; E. Cline. aged 21, native of California; T. both residents of Pasadena. PEARLSON-GOLDBERG - George S. Pearlson, aged 22, native of Massachus- etss, and Anna G. Goldberg, aged 18, na- • tive of Massachusetts; both residents of . • Los Angeles. ENGLISH-AMES-Rovel L. English, aged .: -1, -native of Illinois, and Edith M. Ames, aged 21, native of Iowa; both resi- - dents of Los Angeles. CHAMBERLAIN-NACE-Wm. 8. Cham- A berlain, aged 17, native of Vermont and | resident of Los Angeles, and Stella M. Nace, aged 21, native of Canada and a _ resident of South Pasadena. 1 SCHNEIDER-SCHUSTER— Schnei- ■ der, aged 28, native of Russia, and Rose . Schuster, aged 20, native of Russia; both residents of Los Angeles. ERSKINE-HIBBERT-Donald S. Erskine, 't ■ aged 21, native of Kansas, and Maude M. • ; Hibbert. aged 21, native of New Jersey; • : both residents of Los Angeles LIGGETT-FAULKNER-Moody G. Lig- . gett, aged 20, native of California, and • Ella V. Faulknere, aged 25. native of California; both . residents of Los An- ,.WHi TE-HICKS-VirgH H. White, agpd WHITE-HICKS-Virgll H. White, aged -.30, native of lowa and resident of Los ; Angeles, and Susan E. Hicks, aged 2S, native of Missouri and resident of Lewiston. ■'■ • BALL-HEATH— Archibald E. Ball, aged 32, native of Michigan and resident of Redlands, and Genevleve Heath. aged ; 27. native of New York and resident of *. Los Angeles. • BARKER-GIDNEY— James S. Barker, ■ aged 32, native of lowa, and Alice A. Gtdney. aged 22. native of California; both residents of Los Angeles. JOHNSON- WOODS-J. Richard Johnson, aged 31. native of Missouri and resident • of Las Vegas, and Flora E. Woods, aged :.. 24. native of Pennsylvania and resident of Wilmington. A MILLA-McKEßNAN— Charles Amilla, aged 25, native of California, and Jane ■ McKernan, aged 22. native of Illinois; • both residents of Los Angeles. VICKERSON-RUFF— W. Vicker- son, aged 25, native of Canada, and Lv- I ella C. Ruff, aged 24, native of Pennsyl- vania; both residents of Los Angeles. BIRTHS BOYS BIESCAR— To Mr. and Mrs. Henry, 4100 South Olive. GRAHAM— To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H., 1345 East Forty-fifth street. HOLTZMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Abra- ham, 1377 East Eighteenth street. HOPKINS— Mr. and Mrs. Alex, 241 West Sixteenth street. MESSA — Mr. and Mrs. Raphael, Rose - Hill. MORTENSON— To Mr. and Mrs. Fred *-' H.. 1326 Los Vegas. ORNELAS— Mr. and Mrs. Felipe, 430 ; ■ Aliso street. . TJLMER— To Mr. and Mrs. J. C, 626 Imogene street.' ; ' ■ .• ' ■■"'' : v i ■' • GIRI.S ACOSTA— Mr. and . Mrs. N., 617 Amelia street.- CHANEY— To Mr. and Mrs. Elwood, 2415 East Fourth street. FORMHALS — To Mr. and Mrs. Hy., 120 ■ North Ohio street. HOWE— To Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. • Howe, 2712 Maniton street. JOHNSON— To Mr. and Mrs. Julian Johnson, 329% West Avenue Fifty- two. KUHN— To Mr. and Mrs. Gardner R., 6321 Neva street. MATTHIEU— To Mr. and Mrs. Philip MatthitiU. 619 Alameda street. NELSON— Mr. and Mrs. John, 1640 Shatto street. NORGEN— Mr. and Mrs. George, 1421 Brooklyn avenue. STIER— To Mr. and Mrs. ■William. 1201 Marengo street. STERN— Mr, and Mrs. Max, 1926 West Twenty-second street. . WARNER— To Mr. and Mrs. Harris, 130 Rose street. DEATHS BAIRD — Eva Maud, 32 years, 134 Ave- nue Thirty-two, native of Missouri, . uremia. BROWN W., 72 years, recently from Michigan, native of Canada, county hospital, phthisis pulmonalis. FLANDERS — Charles J.. 70 years, 366 West Ninth street, native of New York, apoplexy. FORMHALS— AdeIe. 1 day, 120 North Ohio, native of California, inanition. MILLS — Lizzie, 58 years, 950 South ■ , Olive street, O. ('. Welbourne's hos- ■ pital, recently of Paris, native of In- . Diana, ovarian tumor. RANDALL — Esther McAllister, 88 • years, 223 North Union avenue, native ! of New York, nephritis WIESE — Ferdinand, 68 years, 827 Ten- ". j nessee avenue, native of Germany, uremia. FUNERAL NOTICE FITTS— John Morton Fitts. May 12, 1907, at the family residence, 157 West Forty- . , ninth street, Los Angeles, aged 24 years, ; ':■ son of Sophia M. Fitts. Funeral from I . parlors or Connell-Unterkircher-Craw- ford Co., 1051 S. Grand avenue, Wednes- . : day, May 15, at 2 p. m. Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and embalmers; lady assistants. 433 South Hill. Tel. Main 61. ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY Successors to Orr & Hlnes Co. Funeral . directors. Corner Tenth and Flower Sta. Main 6',. Home F4671. Lady assistant. PIANOS PIANOS SOLD ON L easy: ~paym en Pianos rented at low rates. A. G. GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd., 118 Winston st Tel. Black 2221; Home F3189. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR BARGAINS IN HOTELS AND business chances see ' : J. E. TETLOW. 406 W. SEVENTH ST. • First class dry goods store; corner: living rooms: lease; will sacrifice at in- voice from $1500 to $3000. . Established hardware and plumbing business; rent $45; long lease; extra good I . stock; 1 horse and wagon; fixtures; $1450. 'Stock at invoice; monthly sates $500. ' Make - offer— Restaurant; snap; cheap rent; well equipped; part cash; $400. . .' - 4-chafr barber shop; good location; 1 ' cheap rent; long lease; $750; part cash. Restaurant clearing $150 monthly; "lease; 5 living rooms; rent $65; part cash; $950. -■ ,' Party with $550 can clear $150 monthly; , can Investigate this. Dye and - cleaning business; 1 - horse ' and wagon; rent $20; clearing $125. ■ Restaurant, dally sales $30 to $50; good location;, bargain; $850. • . • ■ Candy ' and ' Ice cream parlor; long tease; good fixtures; $365; half cash. - J. E. TETLOW, 406 W. 7TH ST. ,' . ■■.■-,- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TELEPHONE MAIN 12S0D; F46SL LEAHY & SON. LEADING AGENTa Rooms 814 and 315 Severance Bldg., Sixth and Main Sta. NOTICE TO BUYERS— Ara you loolP Ing for a business? If so. CONSULT THE LEADINU AND RELIABLE AGEN.TB, LEAHY & SON, as we have most every place of business that is for salo in Los Angeles county. Remember tiiat we make a record of sales therelij securing you a clear title. Do not be misled by other agents, but call am get list. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Delicatessen— s26so; rent $100; lease 5 years; no delivery; all cash trade; lo- cated in center of Spring street; lease and rent alonu worm the p:ice asked; doing a business of $50 daily; you will never have another chance like thia; larger interest to attend to cause of sale. Act quickly. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery— s27so; "rent $25; good corner; located west part of city; aaily receipts $50; horse and wagon; good clean stock; fine place for 2 good men. See this. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Blacksmith and wagon shop — $350; interest; rent only »1J; clears $10 dally; tools and stock alone worth the price asked; established many years; this is a bona tide proposition. See tnls. LEAHY & SON. Sixth and Main. Millinery, cloaks and suit Jouse— s9soo or Invoice; 6 years' lease; receipts $30,0W to $36,000 a year; located in nearby town of 7000 population; very attractive store; this includes building and lot 1l:5x1d0, fine fixtures; JS6W cash, balance to suit. Full particulars. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery— This place is worth $750; party has to go back to Kansas and must sacrifice tor J4UO; rent $30; located in central part of city, doing nice busi- ness; fixtures all complete; 2 living rooms. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. 5-room cottage, lot 50x147; bath, toilet and lavatory; this is v. nice little home and must be sold; owner has more than he can handle; JISUO; $400 cash; balance $10 and interest. Snap. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Cigar stand— s6so; rent cheap; with 2% years' lease; daily receipts $M; located in center of Soutn Broadway; we con- sider this a good buy; If you want a good money maker do not fail to seu this, as it will not last long at this figure; only with LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery— sl2oo, or will invoice; lease 5 years; one of the finest fitted up places In the southwestern part of city; doing a business of $3U per day; this is one oi the rare chances you find In Los Ange- les. Act quick. LEAHY &. SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery, delicatessen and soda water fountain, doing a business of $SU per day; rent reasonable; located in the best part of city; $3SH)O will buy this; will take lot as part payment. LEAMI & SON, Sixth and Main. Delicatessen— s22s; rent reasonable; lo- cated close to central part of city; 3 years' lease; receipts about $20 per day; This Is fine opportunity for man and wife; full particulars. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery— sl2oo or Invoice; 3 living rooms, rent $20 per month; sales aver- age $40 a day, all cash; 2 years' leaso, located in best part of city; nothing like it on market. LEAHY & SON. For sale— A quick bargain, all right- Large lot at Long Beach, well worth »75U; short of money, compels owner to sell for $451); $250 cash, balance $10 a month. LEAHY & SON. Restaurant— sl2so, located In the cen- tral part of city; gocd lease; receipts $65 per day; seats b3 people; this place is a cheap buy at *2uuU; fixtures all com- plete; full particulars. LEAJAY Ai i>O.N. Grocery, meat market, fruits and veg- etables— lnvoice about $3WJO; located in central part of city, doing business of $100 a day; 3 years' lease; all fine nxt- ures; party has rheumatism and must get out. LEAHY &. SON. Shoe store— s9ooo; cheap rent, long lease; located in best country town in the state about 30 j-!les from LOS Angeles; last year's business amounted to $lli,0UO; fine opening lor 2 good hustlers; books are open ior inspection; act quickly. LEAHY &. SON. Cigar stand; will invoice about $500; located at San Pedro, tho most thriv- ing seaport town In Southern Califor- nia; fixtures belong to landloard; all complete; 3 years' lease; doing an ex- cellent business; laundry agency pays rent; party going to Montana and must sell. LEAHI' tk. SON. Sixth and Main. Grocery and provisions; will invoice about $4UOO; the business during Apr.l exceeded $3100, or $125 a day; located about 6u miles from Los Angeles in a good town. The surrounding country being thickly settled with well to do ranchers. This is a nrst class buy. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. For exchange; one of the principal coiners in a good healthy country town: one rooming house. 3 stores, z smail office buildings, for rooming house ur city property; price $5U0o; equity $3250. LEAHY & SON, 314-315 Severance bldg., Sixth and Main. Bakery, located about 25 miles from Los Angeles; this place has in connec- tion soda fountain, cost $40U; marble counters, 4 horses, wagon, buggy, 1 hue show cases; all fixtures complete; this place Is worth , double the price asked, $1500, and invoice, party sick and must sell. LE^HY & SON, Sixth and Main. Lunch counter-$350; this is doing ore of the best businesses in the city for a small place; 8 stools; cheap rent, a rare chance for two good hustlers; lull par- ticulars. LEAHY & SON. Sixth and Main. One of the finest bakery routes In Pasadena; 1 fine horses, 1 new wagon; clears $3u per week; has 300 customers; party goinij east and must sell; full par- ticulars. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. We have a party who will invest $10,- 0 and lake an active Interest in some good manufacturing concern that can use more capital, but must be a strictly first class proposition. Sea LEAHY it SON, Sixth and Main. Large general merchandise store, near Prescott, Ariz.; will invoice about $10,- 0; buildings and 20 acres of land will be sold with the merchandise. Sales average $125 a day. with a big Percent- age of profits. Sea LEAHY & bON, Sixth and Ms 1 Confectionery, cigars and candy store —$450; good lease, doing nice business; lady sick and must seTl; If you want this you must act quick. LEAHY & SON. Sixth and Main. Restaurant and lunch counter; $1200; seats 82 peo^'.e; located In central part of city; 3 years' lease; reasonable rent; sales $80 per day; party going east and must sell; bona fide proposition; full particulars. LEAHY & SON. Sixth and Main. Cigar stand-$275; rent $21; located in central part of city, doing a good busi- ness- this is a bona fide proposition; you must act quick to get next to this. LEAHY & SON. Sixth and Main. Wanted -We have buyers for sev- eral chicken ranches. Send us full par- ticulars quick and we will dp the busi- ness for you. LEAHY & SON. Sixth and Main. Rooming house, 35 rooms, modern and up to date; running water in every room; house full and a monsy maker; 3 years' lease; must be sold; give us an offer. LEAHY & SON. Sixth and Main. Do you want to sell your rooming or apartment house? If so see us at once. We have clients for them from $500 to $7000. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. After trying other agents without success consult LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1907. .-'- SANITARIUMS SANITARIUM — BATHS. SHOWER, needle spray and Blab shampoo; scien- tific massage treatments for rheuma- tism and all nervous disorders; chir- opody manicure and facial massacre. MRS. M. HERBERT, mgr., 225 % West First. 629% S. BROADWAY, BATHS AND Sci- entific massage by electric vibration for that tired feeling, rheumatism and grip. BATHS AND MASSAGE INDIGESTiONr ""NERVOUS DIfcSKAHEs and rheumatism cured without drugs. Expert massage. Physicians' refer- ences. HARRIET E. LAMB, 119 ft S. Spring. Home phone ABI3O. MAGNETIC MASSAGE FOR RHEUMA- tIsm or Indigestion; make hair grow on bald scalps; cures dandruff; turn gray hair to natural N color. Rooms 2 and 3. 341% S. SPRING ST. THE ROSENBERG BATHS, CABINET, tub, sulphur, salt baths; massage and magnetic; eastern trained operators. 126% N. SPRING ST. 309 TEMPLE ST., THE DELLA BATHS, massage and magnetic. Expert oper- ator. Home A 5076. Hours: 10:30 a. m. to 11 p. m. THE DELLA BATHS, isage and magnetic. Expert oper- r. Home A 5076. Hours: 10:30 a. to 11 p. m. CURING, OIL AND ALCOHOL rubs; best treatment by Swedish mas- seur. THE VICTORIA, 752 S. Spring, parlor 8. YOUNG LADY WOULD LI#E A FEW customers for manicuring and scalp treatment. 229 W. FIRST ST., rooms 1 and 2. ' . BOSTON ELEC. INSTITUTE— ELEC- tro lnvlgorator for rheumatism,' nerv- ousness. R. 21, ground floor 757 Main. SWEDISH M..0. AGE PARLORS. SWE- dtsh magnetic massage, vapor baths. Room 4, 321 Temple St., near Bdway. SULPHUME, VAPOR. ELECTRIC AND tub baths massage and chiropody. 701H S. BDWAY. Phone Main 3133. LONDON MANICURE and MASSAGE parlors. Nubian perfumed treatment. 141^4 N. Broadway, parlor 6. Select. 321 S. HILL ST. TUB AND VAPOR baths, massage for colds, rheumatism and nervousness. Open every day. JTOU ARE NOT HURRIED FOR BATHS and massage at 125 TEMPLE ST., room 26; best of patronage solicited. ■ THE BEST MASSAGE AND BATH parlors; lady operator; select. 22G% '£. First St. HOTEL EUGENE. ', SLECTRIC INSTITUTE. 220 FRANK- LIN ST., room 6. Baths and massage; new attendant. NEW YORK MASSAGE. SCALP treatment. 141}$ N. BROADWAY, par- lor 7: select. 3HAMPOOING AND MASSAGE. 343 BUENA VISTA ST. PHYSICIANS V * CANCERS AND TUMORS CURED— NO knife; no blood; no danger. Knlfeless surgeons. See our bottled tumors for proof. . Get our prices and cave your dollars. CALIFORNIA CANCER CURE, 761 West 16th st M. L. Huckings, M. D., manager. Phone West 2169. )R. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCESS- fuIIy treat nil female diseases and Ir- regularities; 20 years' experience; consultation free. Hours 9 a. m. t«< 8 p. m.; Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. 104 MERCANTILE PLACE, over 543 S. Spring. »n. MERRILL, SPECIALIST— FEMALE complaints, scientific methods, chronic and private diseases— either sex. 206 # SOUTH BROADWAY. )R. TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALIST and obstetrles. BELASCO THEATER, Main street. DR. T. W. STONE, ATTENTION TO diseases of women. 415% S. SPRING. DR. LANE & CO.. SPECIALISTS. 330 8, STRTNO ST.. over Santa Fe officer SPECIAL NOTICES GENTJIIVE PANAMAS 91.50 We remodel your old Panama or Stetson hat absolutely good as new for $1.50. FLICKER HAT WORKS, 218 Franklin St., opposite Hambur- ger's. Vr ■ ■ «Mjt DR. A. POLASKY. oculist and HCjSsS optician of 40 years' experience, %a£^ now located at 317 W. 3d. Ex- imination free. Sunset Phone M6Oll. CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLEAN- Ing Works clean carpets; refitting, sewing laying. 229 E. 4TH ST. Phone Main 715- Home A 8254. ;LEAN watch, 50C ; MAIN SPRINGS. 50c; warranted; old gold $1 pwt. 451 S MAIN. PERSONALS L.ADIES— ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR Chichesters Pills, the Diamond Brand. For 25 years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable. Buy of your drug- gist. Take no other. Chlchesters Diamond Brand Pills are sold by druggists everywhere. SADIES. DR. LaFRANCO'S COM- pound; safe, speedy regulator; 25 cents. Druggists or mall. Booklet free. DR. LaFRANCO. Philadelphia, Pa. .\ i ■;:""«: • ■ :..~?.i.', REMEMBER CALIFORNIA FOOD (CE- real) coffee, made by G. T. Hanly. Is tho best coffee substitute to be had. Grocers. "IQLLAR FIFTY Knt Store r.ifl S Main. LOST AND FOUND LOST— A SMALL BAY SADDLE MARE, mane roached about 5 Inches long, branded "L. F.," about 14 hands hi; h; left Oak Knoll, Pasadena, about April 20. Leave word 302 TAJO BLDG. Reward. TRANSFER AND STORAGE COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO.. 416-4L7-419 San Pedro St. Main Office 324 South Main. Phones Main 1117; Home 2164. New and absolutely fireproof storage; pri- vate locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos, fine furniture, etc., trunks, boxes, etc., stored 25c to 50c per month. We solicit your patronage. TRUSSES LONDON TRUSS CO., 205 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 entirely safe and protect you against accidents. Lady attend- ant. Open evenings. Trusses $2 and up. WANTED -':?*; ,;/,-'■; : '' >V"'. Money WANT $800, $1200. $3000 To renew mortgage. 5 per cent dis- count offered. SIDDAL CO., 207 Copp building. < To Rent WANTED— ALL OWNERS >■ ,o. —TO KNOW THAT WE— — —DO A RENTAL BUSINESS DON'T WORRY —IF YOU WANT A TENANT .——LIST YOUR PROPERTY— WITH US MINES & PARISH, SIS SOUTH HILL STREET. 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. ■■■ WANTED ' Help— Mala "WORK IT WESTGATE'S WAT." Competent and honest men and wo- men are scarce, whether the position be one that commands a servant's salary or one amounting: to thousands of dollars I PORK send only men and women to impetent and honest men and wo are scarce, whether the position b that commands a servanrs salary o amounting to thousands of dollar .i r . I send only men and women to nil positions whom I can recommend. Let me know your wants, whether you are seeking: a position or competent em- ploye. Help Wanted BRIGHT YOUNG MAN— High school graduate preferred. NIGHT COOK— Good job for steady man In nice clean place. . DINING ROOM GlRL— Small restaurant In suburb; good room, board and $35 a month to woman who can give refer- ences. DINING ROOM GlRL— Suburbs ; in small neat restaurant; room, board and $22 a month. KITCHEN GIRL— For same place as above; $25. BARBER— AI man to take charge of 3- chalr shop; must be capable and hon- est and furnish references; highest wages. WAITRESSES— Three young women who want steady work* $10 a week and board; nice clean place and good treat- ment. Sii!h!ii3iiHlfnins W^imifiPidl illLHudlltwJUliS ivy (fIUULimjIL COLLECTOR OR OUTSIDE SALESMAN, highest references furnished as to abil- ity and honesty. This man will go to work for a small salary, providing there is advancement ahead. He understands his business and has had experience in Los Angeles. . («) 3TONE QUARRY FOREMAN— This man has had twelve years' experience, knows limestone from had experience in .ngeles. (1* QUARRT FOREMAN— This man had twelve years' experience, i limestone from A to Z; highest references.' He Is sober, industrious and seeks steady job where ability is appre- ciated. Better see me about this man. He is A No. 1 and invites full investi- gation of the references offered. (14) SPECIAL— Young man, good education, admitted to bar, wants outside work as collector, or would consider any offer for outside work where ability would be appreciated; speaks Spanish a little and will soon master language; would accept local position or go to Mexico or Ari- zona. • ( 16 > JARDENER— An A No. 1 man, best refer- ences as to ability and honesty: this man cannot be recommended too highly. Better call or phone me at once. (16) You pay no commission until you go to work, and my charges are moderate indeed. H. E. WESTOATE HERALD OFFICE. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDG. HOURS 10 A. M. TO 4 P. M. Red Cross Emnipfloymeinit Agency 134 East Second Street. Main 8820. Home ATM©. We furnish reliable help of all kinds. Call on m for all help and work. We have one of the largest selections of help and work In the city. Call and see our bill boards. MOTORMEN AND CONDUCTORS WANTED; . EXPERIENCED, SOBER MEN, FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ADDRESS • . . UNITED RAILROADS, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. s __ * iUMMEL BROS. & CO.. -EMPLOYMENT AGENTS — A strlqtly first-class reliable agency. AH kinds of help promptly furnished. •*. i Your orders solicited. r 116*118 East Second street. - S Between' Main and Los Angeles sts. Largest and best equipped offices on the Pacific coast. HUMMEL. BROS. & CO., 16 and 118 East Second street. Telephones Main 609; Home 509. ___ MARKS' ■' EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 125 East Second Street. Phones Main 465. Home A 5647. All classes of help furnished, hotels, restaurants, lodging houses, etc. FOREIGN DEPARTMENT Japanese help a specialty. DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 519 S. Main. WAKED & KELP HAN SEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY C. W. JBNKS & CO., 204 East Sec- ond street. Los Angeles, Cal. Both phones: Home A 4869, Main 383. I Carefully selected male and female ' help of all descriptions and nationali- ties furnished promptly. ■ ■>-■ .' rc> FIRST CLASS UP TO DATE HAND candy maker for San Francisco; wholesale; steady. Apply 8:30 to 9 a. m. or 6 to 6:30 p. m. 131 3. HILL ST. 500 MEN WANTED— 2I4 N. BDY. HAT •. factory. Be wise; don't buy new hat; have your old remodeled like new. 50c. MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE. , Situations guaranteed. MOLER BYS- TEM COLLEGE. 113 East Second St. HelD — Female ■"' SEE THE MANAGER. OF WRIGHT Dramatic company If you are tired of d-amatlc schools. Room 27, THE EL- ' MORE, Second and Hill. Phone East 597. Actual practice. FOR RENT — Furnished ; Hotel -.Southern , Seventh and Westlake ' Finest little family hotel In the Westlake district; excellent service and meals; 21 meal ticket $6.00. Phone Home E1640 | Flats FOR RENT— FLAT ON EAST 12TH ST. Telephone owner 83194. : .:. -. No. 38 Six-room bungalow, Just completed, hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, pan- eled, a kitchen that will Interest the most fastidious. Owner must sell at onca to meet building obligations. Never auoted below t3900; but $3600 takes it this week. Key at our office. THIS IS A RARE BARGAIN. Sea D. W. RYDMAN, representing lIGBEE k fiIOBGKINSON- 215 Collins bldg.. 313 W. Third. Phone A 6534. Broadwny 1468. FOR SALE— $300 CASH, $25 PER MONTH Buys a new modern 5-room cottage, close in, on one of the prettiest streets in city; best porcelain bath, toilet, electric light, pantry, kitchen and closets, cement walks, lot fenced, building; restrictions, etc. I.OS ANGELES INVESTMENT CO., 37 S. Hill St. Main 2248. ABllB. 5-ROOM BUNGALOW Fireplace, buffet, enamel and nlcke plumbing; flowers and fruit trees large level lot; one-half block from the new Pasadena boulevard; In three months will be the finest driveway in Southern California; only 15 minutes from center of city; fine car service, 5c fare. This is a bargain; $2/00, $1000 cash, balance like rent. Owner, Home Telephone C10."i2. 47 TOURMALINE ST. FOR SALE— Oily $28(D)(D) Oily $2800 $300 CASH AND $25 PERi MONTH New modern up-to-date seven-room cottage; large front porch, screen porch, porcelain bath, toilet, basin, electric lights, fireplace, mantel, bookcase, buffet, china closet, cabinet kitchen, burnt wood finish, tinted walls, on the moßt beautiful street on south side, close in; street work ail done. LOS ANGELES INVESTMENT CO., 37 S. Hill St. Main 2248. . ABllB. FOR SALE— Just completing a 6-room cottage with two brick mantels, built-in buf- fet and bookcases; three rooms with oak floors, electric lights, gas, best plumbing; large front porch, cement steps and walk: lot SOxlCO; % block from car line. / PRICE $366(>T5500 CASH. Balance easy terms. See OWNERS. M. W. STEPHENS, 530 Wilcox bldg. E. G. DEVENS. 227 Laughlln bldg. rOR SALE- WEST THIRTY^NINTH ST., NEAR BUDLONG. Good 2-story 8-room house on a magnificent lot 63x142. Large barn, House has every modern convenience. Gas and electricity; two handsome* palms in front; splendid flowers, fruit and shade trees. An Ideal home and the greatest bargain in town. Pries $5500; terms $2000 cash. JONES & RYDER LAND CO.. 218 West Third St. ?OR 6ALE- On Irolo street, near to Pico street, very nice 4-room cottaga on lot 46x128; only $2000; terms $600 cash and balance to suit. JONES & IiYDER LAND CO., 218 West Third street. TOR SALE— GREATEST BARGAIN IN TOWN. New and modern 5-room cottage on corner lot; 50x150, rear Bimlnl baths; only — $2000~;— Terms $1300 cash, balance 2 years 6 per cent. Sole agents JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 218 West Third St. SEW, 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 $12,000; $8000 swings it. You get 13 per cent net. 463 LUCAB AYE. Phone Weston. F6020. FOR SALE— MUST SELL AT ONCE, fine West Adams section, close to 2 car lines; 1% story house; hardwood floors, lirick fireplace, buffet seats, bookcases, 3 fl,ne bedrooms and bath; laundry tubs, 2 toilets, brick and cement cellar; lot 53x135 to alley; price $4350, $1000 cash. Price Is sev- eral hundred dollars below value. PITTSBURG REAL ESTATE CO., 311- 15 Laughlin Bldg. POIi SAl.lS — I Hiiup at 97000. n-roomed cottage n( 640 Crocker mt. Call at 640 CROGK- EB or STAIt ENG. CO, 322 W. IST. Buslreßs Property Golden West Realty Co. 643 SOUTH SPRING ST. Wa are syndicating a fine close Sn business property on Santee street for $40,000 Will be worth at least $50,000 In less than one year. $11,000 already sub- scribed; subscriptions as low as $500 will be accepted. Qplden West Reality Co. 643 South Spring. $7500 FOR SALE-BUSINESS CORNER. 50x 150 feet, San Fernando and Ann sts., Improvements, consisting of 21-room lodging house, fronting on San Fer- nando street, and 4-room cottage fac- ing on Ann St.; monthly income from •which will net a good rate of inter- est on money Invested, consequently the advance in value which doubtless will make this property worth $10,000 In another year, would be a net profit. Address HEINEN. 1039 S. Olive at Home phone F4588. Orange Groves V. M. PRATT A CO., LAUGHLIN BLDG. "Headauartera for Orange Qroveß." • - -_ - FOR BALE '-\_ -' ; > City Lota and Landa . High Class Inside • Lots at Auction An auction sale of the remaining lots In the Pools & Jones tract will be con- tinued today, Tuesday, May 14, at 10 o'clock upon the property. About one- half of the lots in the tract were sold yesterday and the remaining lots will be closed out today without reserve. Take West Jefferson, University and West Adams street cars. W. G. HOPKINS, Trustee. A. W. LOUDERBACK, Auctioneer. FOR SALE— Good building lot. East Adams st. and Compton aye.; 40x125, in good location. , : ■.'■'-'■ • $ 0 i-'i 5 - ./; •• 0 $1050 $1050 $ ('. 1 ■ ' 0 • 5 0 Buy direct from owner, 1243 E. 65TH ST. Tel. Home phone 29691. Residence Lots at Auction! Go out to the Pool & Jones tract at 10 o'clock today and take advantage of the opportunity offered to secure a choice lot at your own price. Fifty lots will be sold without reserve and as these are the only lots remaining unsold In this tract It will be your last opportunity. Take West Jefferson, University and West Adams street cars. W. G. HOPKINS, Trustee. $200,000 Lots 1, 2, 3. 4 and 3 In ALLISON BARLOW TRACT This is the -largest piece of close-in property In the city for sale as a whole Fine site for hotel, apart- ments and flats. 460 feet west side of Beaudry • be- tween Second and Third. 469 feet east side of Boylston be- tween Third and Second. 415 feet west side of Boylston be- tween Third and Sapphire. • 84 feet south side of Second be- tween Beaudry and Boylston ALLISON BARLOW, 213 South IlroiMln-ay. Rooms 123-126. Phones: Main 409. ' Home ASO9I. " J. M. MORRIS ' "THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND." I have TWELVE different tracts for you to Bc'.sct from, large, beautiful lots, $250 to $500; easy terms. », J. M. MORRIS, • 8610 East First street. Office phone, Boyle 1158; residence Boyle 1407. ALWAYS HOME EVENINGS. •' country Property EXCURSION Through ten counties of Northern California; stop-over privileges "at all points of interest. ■ ' Special train, limited to 300, leaves 3. P. depot May 21, 9:30 a. m. via Coast line and Oakland to Sacramento city and northern points. $16 ROUND TRIP. Return any time within 15 days. Tickets now-celling at Chamber of Commerce buiWlng. third floor, where free stereopticon lectures and informa- tion bureau is open to all every after- noon. Inquire there for M. C. COATS. ■ Home Seekers Desiring to locate land where they can MAKE MONEY, should call and learn of a section in Sacramento valley where there are no alkali, hard pan, adobe, ma- laria or floods: where there is a full Ir- rigation water supply, with superior cli- mate, schools and transportation, and a growing town. If you are interested in alfalfa, dairying, fruit growing, call or write for terms and learn about the spe- cial train excursion on May 21st. See J. 'C. ODELL, 523 STIMSON BLOCK, representing the LOS MOLINOS LAND COMPANY. Home phone 2038. FOR HEMET FARMING LANDS IN 10- ' acre tracts send for booklet or see L. IW. PRATT & CO., 608 Laughlin bldg. - Suburban Property BmMwimi , Park 32 Acres Ideal for country home or subdivision; 15 acres oranges. 10 acres grapes, small fruit, flowers, eucalyptus and pepper trees. Fair buildings; two good wells, large cistern. Located directly on Covina electric car line, with, frontage of 1400 feet; also has a frontage of 980 feet on Malna avenue, . the. principal business street. Is directly across the' track and 200 foot boulevard from Baldwin's 25 foot lots, so you can easily figure - the desira- bility for subdivision. This is certainly a snap, and can be handled for about, half cash. f./ Price $21,000 GB.Guthiie&Co. Rooms 301-302, 313 W. Third St. A 8064 FOR ALTADENA PROPERTY OF ANY kind see 1,. M. PRATT A CO., 608 • Laughlin Bldg. ' - . ' Government Lands FOR 75c PER ACRE WE WILL LO- cate you on 160 acres of the best gov- ernment land In Southern California, . with » fine soil and ■ plenty of water. MASON REALTY CO., 411 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. '• .' , , : : .' GOVERNMENT LAND -. ■. For the next 30 days we will . locate you on a 160-acre homestead for $125. MOJAVE RIVER LAND & WATER CO. Room 623. Chamber of Commerce bldg. ■- Miscellaneous /, FOR^ALE — BEAUTIFUL BULL TER- rler dog pup. 782 E. WASHINGTON ■' STREET. :. ' ■' : ' ■' ■ ; •«»• It. Hill. llnmr 18.10. Main 2801 CZZfiamifotaeL th« L. ra ..* ■„,„ ifrZ* JiWIW!"" 1 College In w^r ■ Los Angelas. , ' / *" •■■'■■■■ 053-B-7 W. 7th at. When You're In Los Anirelea You Must Do as lioa Ang-elenos Do Learn French Then you can go to Paris and do as the Parisians do— Speak French. L. A. SCHOOL OF FRENCH French In Four Months. 209 Blanchard hall Home Ex. S3 333 Sonih „, I|^l|J For Lease MJtfTaHrxITWPRWr Furnished com- CTOj!tlli^TJf'»iW£;?-f etc - Two-story residence and ♦ai'WP l^^ barn, 439 Kast Tob-^T T Adams street, Take Maple avenue car. Price $60.00. This ought to bring $100 per month Mini pref £ r "■ KOOrt renter without children who desires a richly furnished n™*™ a o£ ns P erlo(J - EDWIN At- FOR SALE Miscellaneous FOR~IALip^EVV~~INT> SECOND- hand billiard and pool tables; bar fixtures of all kinds; easy payments. ATTORN EYS.AT.LAW LAWYERS' LEAGUE — PROBATE, bankruptcy, corporation, adjustments, collections and all legal matters hero and all over the world attended to by able, responsible and bonded at- torneys Ex-Judge Chas. C. Polk In c .*2 £ ,r, r Los Angeles department. 428-9 Merchants Trust Bldg. 207 S BROADWAY. MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A specialty. No fee without success. E. P. MOREY. 621 Stlmson blk., cor. 3d and Spring. Phone 6718. Open even- lnga. . ■ DIVORCE LAWS— ADVICE FREE; NO fee without success; private. 122 W. THIRD ST.. room 221. 1 to 6 p. m. UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS BuThERE at^factory^ prices! Big assortment. Umbrellas recover- ed and made to order. 117 W. Fourth St.. new Hellman building. palmists AND MEDIUMS Br! GREEN\ cTIAIRVOYANTi BUS? ness medium, gives life readings dally, test circles Wednesday eve., 8 o'clock. 25c. ROOM IS. 119 V. S. SPRING ST BUSINESS PERSONALS FEATHER PILLOWS RENOVATED AT " ACME FEATHER WORKS, 758 San Pedro st. Tel. Sunset Main 1166: Home 8041. PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS oT^ha^plSm^^ets^pa^entsTS^ ventlons financed: 25 yrs.' experience, 411 B. Main. R. 484. Patent litigation. ■ FOR EXCHANGE Real Estate " BEN WHITE Will -.'Exchange \ your property; Immense bargains; apply at once; satisfaction and quick results. Member Realty Board. 304-8 BRYUOM Block, flpoond and Spring SPECIAL NOTICES Orfwwim OwCa»wm CESSPOOLS No wonder you are sick. Cesspools should be cleaned once a year. • You \ may have three or four in your yara now that are throwing off da e '°"» gases. Pump them out and save your iealth. ■.. '. ■ „ 1,. A. SANIT*AHY CO. Phones — E9146 or Temple 593. , Manchester Heights BARGAIN SALE Free Excursion atart from our office at all mont avenues, adjoining tne city limits, the most choice and select lots In the south- west for the money. The lots Tre situated with a : splendW • The I elevation is such that at . all times the residents will nj oy the charms and benefits of the ocean breeze.- street work is now progressing and will be of the best high grade .' ■ cYment walks ' and curbs, Streets will be graded and oiled beautiful shade trees to be planted In the parkways ■on easy payments and 60 per nronerty. Terms, all 8 Inside Tots each *50 cash and 110 par month Our office open ALL DAY SUNDAY, to Issue free . tickets. Bring ' your < friends and family out 'to - look i over our property, then compare our prices with those of sim- . liar tracts. i Call at our office for free tickets, maps and all Information. ,v- ,-v , ■ : ' Grtder-rfamllton-Oanald Co. .. i '-■; Inc.. 225 West. Second St. :, 1 . /.., Main : 836. '■• Home A 5574. - ' .