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LOB. A M I BLBB, May 26, 1907. _ TlrneJßnri'lTh'r.lHumf'Wd' |Vlc~.| Wthr. 5 a.m. 29781 K8 | 90 INE I 4 Cloudy. 5 p.m. 29.811 .64 | 73 f W | 8 Cloudy. Maximum temperature 68. Minimum temperature 55. Rainfall pnßt 24 hours, trace. Knlnfall for season to date 19.20. . Weather Indications^ By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, May 26.-Much war mer weather prevails In the interior and afternoon temperatures exceed 90 degrees at many points. At Los Angeles a thun derstorm has occurred. . Forecast Los Angeles and vicinity— Cloudy, unset tled weather Monday; fresh southwest winds. San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Mon day; light north wind, changing to fresh westerly. . Sacramento valley— Monday; con tinued warm; fresh north wind. San Joaquln valley— Fair Monday; ■Oinwers In the foothills and mountains; fresh north winds. ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY Successors to Orr & nines Co. Funeral directors. Corner Tenth it ml Flower St*. Main 65. Homo F4G7I. Lady assistant Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and embalmers; lady assistants. 433 South Hill. Tel. Main 61. CHURCH NOTICES CHRIST CHURCH — CORNER .12TH and Flower. Rev. Bakor 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 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 daily for private prayer from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Hope street, near Ninth. Seats free. Rev. Wm. H. Day. D. D.. pastor; Rev. Warren F. Day, D. D.. pastor emeri- tus; Harry Clifford Lott, choir master; Dean Walter F. Skeele. organist- Morning service. 11 o'clock; evening Bprvices 7:30. ' ■ . ■^- SANITARIUMS SANITARIUM — BATHS, SHOWER, needle spray and slab shampoo; scien- tific massage treatments for rheuma- tism and all nervous disorders, chir- opody, manicure and facial massage. MRS. M. HERBERT, mgr., 220 West First. 629% S. BROADWAY, BATHS AND scientific massage by electric vibra- tion for that tired feeling, rheuma- tlsm and grip. BATHS AND MASSAGE INDIGESTION, NERVOUS DISEASES and rheumatism cured without drugs. Expert massage. Physicians' refer- ences. HARRIET E. LAMB, 119% S. Spring. Home phone A 6130. THE ROSENBERG BATHS, CABINET, tub, sulphur, salt baths; massage and magnetic; eastern trained operators. 126% N. SPRING ST. BATHS, | MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC treatment; manicuring and facial mas- sage; try them. ROOMS 6 and 7, 610% _S. Spring st. sTv EDISH~MASSAGE parlors, SWE- dish magnetic massage, vapor baths; open evenings. 321 TEMPLE ST., near Broadway. . . - " LONDON MANICURE AND MASSAGE parlors. Nubian perfumed treatment 141 N. Broadway, parlors 6 and 6. Select - ■ ■ SULPHUME, VAPOR. ELECTRIC AND tub baths, massage and chiropody. 701% S. BDWAY. Phono Main 3183. . THE MECCA BATHS, 809 TEMPLE ST. Massage and magnetic. Expert operator. Home A 5076. Hrs. 10:30 a. m. to 11 p. m. BOSTON ELEC. INSTITUTE ELEC- ■ tro lnvigorator for rheumatism, nerv- • ousness. R. 21, ground floor 757 Main. THE BEST MASSAGE AND BATH parlors; lady operator; select 226% 12. First st HOTEL EUGENE. YOU ARE NOT HURRIED FOR BATHB and massage at 125 TEMPLE ST.. room 26; best of patronage solicited. 821 S. HILL FOR TUB, VAPOR BATHS and massage for colds, rheumatism and nervousness. Open every day. .--....■ SCIENTIFIC BATH AND massage. formerly 328% N. Main st, removed to 149 NORTH MAIN ST. 245% S. SPRING ST. SUITE 26, THIRD floor. Scientific bath and massage, tub baths a specialty. ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANK- LIN ST., room 6. Baths and massage; new attendant, ■ ' .' MAGNETIC AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE . Room 9, 316% S. Spring St. Hotel Court- land. PHYSICIANS H CANCERS AND TUMORS CURED— /> knife; no blood; no danger. Knlfel«ss surgeon!). See our bottled tumors for proof. Get our prices and save your dollars. CALIFORNIA CANCER CURB, 761 West 16th st M. L. Hucklngs, M. D., manager. Phone West 2169. DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCESS- fuIIy treat all female diseases and Ir- regularities; 20 years' experience; consultation free. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MERCANTILE PLACE, over 643 S. . Spring. - • • . ■ ' DR. MKHKILLi, SPECIALIST FEMALE complaints, scientific methods, chronlo and private diseases — either sex. 206% SOUTH BROADWAY. , DR. TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALIST and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER, Main street. ' DR. T. W. STONE, ATTENTION TO | diseases of women. 415% S. SPRING. DR. LANE & CO.. SPECIALISTS, 330% S. SPRING ST.. over Santa Fe offices. ATTORN EYS.AT.LAW MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A specialty. No fee without success. E. P. MOREY. 521 Stlmson blk., cor. 3d and Spring. Phone 6718. Open even- . ■ Ings. • ' DIVORCE LAWS— ADVICE FREE; NO fee without success; private. 122 W. ' THIRD ST., room 221. 1 to 6 p. m. UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS BUY HERE AT FACTORY PRICES. . Big assortment . Umbrellas recover- ed and made to order. 117 W. Fourth St.. new Hellman building. ■ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Ksir~BTGuxrN^iir^bi?K^ business chances see . 3. 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 $46; long lease; extra good stock; 1 horse and wagon; fixtures; $1450. Stock at invoice; monthly sal%s $500. 4-chalr . barber shop; good location; cheap rent; long lease; $760; part cash. Restaurant clearing $150 monthly: lease; 6 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, daily sales $30 to $50; good location; , bargain; $860. ■ ■ ; Candy and ice cream parlor; long • lease; good fixtures; $365; half cash. . ■'. '■■■.■> Barber 'shop, out of "city, clearing $40 to $60 week: can Investigate this; terms. . J. B. TETLOW. 406 W. 7TH ST. ■ ■ '• ■/ ■/•,■■■; ■ PUSINE3B OPPORTUNITIES TELEPHONE MAIN 2805; F4631. LEAHY ft SON, LEADING AGENTS. Rooms 314 and 315 Severanco Bldg., Sixth and Main Sts. Pool room and soda fountain, $750; lo- cated In one of the fastest growing towns around Los Angeles; aoout 15 miles out: doing tine business; lease two years. Fine place for nustler. LEAHY &. SON. Bakery, delicatessen; the oldest estab- lished business in Los Angeles; cash trade every day exceeds $150; has a doz- en engaged in baking; long lease and reasonable rent; price $6(W0; located in the busy center of Los Angeles. See LEAHY & SON. Turkish, electric and all other kinds of baths, 10 finely furnished rooma; clears over $200 per month; 2 years lease; fixtures all In perfect condition; $4000; half cash, balance real estalo. LEAHY &. SON. Boarding and rooming house, located in one of the best beach towns around Los Angeles; house full all the time; 22 boarders, clearing over $150 every month; fine place for man and wife. LEAHV Ac BON. Amusement business, one of the finest propositions ever put before Los Ange- les public; guarantee will clear over $500 per month; good lease; located central part of city. Full particulars. LEAHY & SON. Cleaning, dyeing and pressing busi- ness, located In the best part of city; has 100 club members; parties going to beach and must sell by Saturday; will sacrifice for $luu. See LEAHY & SON. A first-class cleaning business located in southern part of city; doing fine busi- ness; an excellent place to make money; no competition; $300 will buy this. LEAH if & SON. Here Is one of the beat bakeries in Los Angeles, located on one of the busi- est streets In city; doing fine cash busi- ness; cheap rent; good lease and a snap for $BUO, if taken at once. LEAHY & SON. Dyeing and cleaning business, located in thickly settled part of the city, clear- ing $150 to $200 per month; horse and wagon, 100 club members paying $2 per month; rent $20; good lease; full particu- lars. LEAIIi & SON. Meat market, $300, or will sell half In- terest $150; in best populated part of town; rent $15; lease 5 years; receipts $-'0 ♦o $30 a <Jny; all cash; fine fixtures; good living for two: one good hustler to take orders and deliver goods; no better buy In city. Contracting business, located in the best money making town around Los Angeles, one hour's ride from city; out- fit consists of 32 head of stock, all young, six 2-horse dump wagons, four 3- horse dump wagons, 15 sets harness, six 4-horse fresnos; working on contract at present 30,000 yards; bids in on two more; fine proposition for two hustlers; $4000 will handle this. See LEAHY & SON. Livery and bonrdlng stable, located in best town in Southern California, about 20 miles from Los Angeles; population about 5000; doing the business of town; 2 horses, best of condition; 25 assorted vehicles; 7 sets double harness, 12 sets single harness, 8 saddles, 20 boarders, $17.60 per month; does all funeral work; guarantees to clear over $300 month year round. $3000 will handle this fine pro- position. See LEAHY & SON. Old established spring water business with 700 steady customers, clearing $175 to $225 monthly: we own two lots with the spring, wells, horses, two wagons, 500 one-gallon bottles, 600 5-gallon bot- tles, 1000 cratos. Price $4000; worth $6000. Full particulars. LEAHY & SON. Bakery and confectionery, $2000, or will take part payment in good lot; rent $65 per month; nearly two years' lease; all store trade; receipts $30 per day; corner place; fine oven fixtures; all com- plete: established nearly 20 years. Bee LEAHY & SON. Grocery and hardware; will Invoice about $1000; locate* in the southern part of city; rent 525 month; water free; dally receipts $55, all cash; can get good lease; stock all new. To get this you must act quick. LEAHY & SON. Butcher shop. $300, or will sell half In- terest $150; located In best populated part of town; rent $15; receipts $20 to $30 a day; lease 5 years; fine fixtures; this Is the best buy in the city for good meat cutter. LEAHY & SON. General merchandise, carrying flna line of hardware; will invoice about $2700; located in beautiful suburb town of Los Angoles; rent $20 monthly; dally recelpta $30; this proposition will bear fullest in- vestigation. See LEAHY & SON. Grocery store, will Invoice about $2000; located southwest part of city; nice clean stock; fixtures all complete; dome a business of $70 per day; rent $35; good lease. We consider this one of the best buys In the city. See LEAHY & SON. Teaming business, $700; 4 horses and 2 gravel wagons; horses all young stock fn the finest kind of condition; wagons and harness almost new; fine proposi- tion for father and son; teams working every day. LEAHY & SON. For sale— My grocory and notion store at Long Beach, doing a big, profitable business; either as a whole or half in- terest to acceptable party; no bonus; will invoice stock, about $2000; owner owns the building and will lease to buyer for three years at low rent. Sen LEAHY & SON. Swell tailor shop in an aristocratic Southern California town; nice fresh stock of seasonable goods; good busi- ness already established; elegant fix- tures; all for $600. See us about this quick; It's a sure bargain. LEAHY & SON. A nice little hardware store for saie or exchange for vacant lot; over 4 years' lease; does a nice business; 2 living rooms; price $1000; must sell. LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Finely equipped bakery and cafe, lo- cated In best town in state; close to Los Angeles; sales $100 a day; long es- tablished; good long lease; low rent; clears $260 a month; the best place In town; requires about $3500. See LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Half Interest in a billiard and pool parlor, cigars, tobacco and smokers' ar- ticles; finely fitted up; near by town, over 10,000 veople; fully -worth $2500; can be bought for a little more than half and on good terms. Income $800 month guaranteed. For information see LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. NOTICE TO BUYERS— Are you look- ing for a business? If so, CONSULT THE LEi-DING AND RELIABLE AGENTS. LEAHY & SON. as wo have most every place of business that Is for sale In Los Angeles county. Remember that we make a record of sales thereby securing you a clear title. Do not" be misled by other agents, but call and get list LEAHY & SON, Sixth and Main. Grocery— s27so; rent $25; good corner; located west part of city; daily 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— s3so; % interest; ret only $12; clears $10 dally; tools and stock alone worth the price asked; established many years; this is a bona fide proposition. See this. LEAHY & SON. Sixth and Main. One of the finest barber shops; $2£00; located in center of business district; 4 years' lease; doing fine, clean business; fine fixtures; 8 chairs. Look this up. LEAHY & SON*. Hardware and bicycle repair shop; $1400; located in southwestern part of city, doing good business, clearing about $150 per month; books open for invest!- nation; fine place for two good hustlers. LEAHY & SON. Dressmaking establishment; $750; rent $25; located in swellest part of residence district; established 15 yeara; fully equipped for dressmaking business. Full particulars. LEAHY & SON. After trying other agents without success consult LEAHY & BON. Sixth and Main- LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1907. WANTED ' ' Help— Mais W anted MEN AND WO.-EN WHO MAKE A SPECIALTY OF ONE LINE OF BUSINESS. I want collectors who understand the business thoroughly. Men who are capable of collecting good debts and a large percentage of the kind termed "bad debts." 1 want, stenographers who have had experience and can fill responsible posi- tions. ■ . v . I want bookkeepers who are bookkeep- ers In fact as well as In name. In short, 1 want men and women who understand their particular line of busi- ness, and understand It thoroughly. To every "specialist" I have some- thing of interest to say. I can find a position for him or her, a.i the case may be. Come and see me. Help Wanted DEPARTMENT STORE— Salesladies for various departments. Must be young, neat, experienced in one or more lines, and able to stand a test. Thy highest wages for the most competent young women. Apply at Herald office Monday morning between 9 and 11. Better make it early. Ask for Mr. Westgate. COOK— Woman, $40 a month, hoard and room, for suburban town. This Job is one that won't • last long. Here Is a chance to work for an employer who will treat you right. Call at 7 a. m. Monday. DINING ROOM GIRL— For small, neat restaurant. Hollywood. Work is light. Good wages, room and board. Come quick. STENOGRAPHER— young man for re- sort hotel. Two hours' work each day. Must act as assistant hotel clerk. Good Job and good wages to the young man who can prove to me he Is capable. EDITOR — Man capable of handling full Associated Press report; must have satisfactory references and show he Is capable; good position on evening paper not far from Los Angeles; also first- class reporter for same paper. U. WESTOATE HERALD OFFICE. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDG. HOURS FROM 10 A. M. TO 4 P. M. ' Tel. Home "Herald." 'Sunset, ±reßs xi Red Cross . Employment • / Agency 134 Kant Second Street. Main 8820. Home A 7650. We furnish reliable help of all kinds. Call on as . for nil help and work. We hare one of the largest selection* of help and work In the city. . Call and see our bill boards. WPTFR °^ Rrs HFI P WAIULiJ. »or 1 1 L LIT HANSEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY C. W. JENKS A CO., 204 East Sec- ond street, Los Angeles, Cal. Both phonos: Home A 4869, Main 383. Carefully selected male and female help of all descriptions and nationali- ties furnished promptly. . ■ ' HUMMEL BROS. & CO., ~ —EMPLOYMENT AGENTS— 1 A strictly first-class reliable ag-eicy. All kinds of help promptly furnished v •■'. ■; '•' • Your orders solicited. 16-118 East Second street. 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 509; Home 509. MARKS' EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 123 East Second Street. - - Phones Main 4G5. v Home A 5647. All classes of help furnished, hotels, restaurants, lodging houses, etc. FOREIGN DEPARTMENT Japanese help a specialty. f MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE. Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS- TEM COLLEGE. 113 East Second st. 800 MEN WANTED — 214 N. BDY. HAT factory. Be wise; don't buy new hat; have your old remodeled llkenew,soc. BOYS 18 YEARS OF AGE. MUNGER'S .LAUNDRY, 925 South Los Angegles. DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 519 S. MaliT 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 I . . MINES <& FARISH, 815 SOUTH HILL STREET. Help Female WANTED-50 MANGLE GIRLS AND shakers. MUNGER'S LAUNDRY, 925 South Los . Angeles. Miscellaneous - S: - WANTED— BUY FURNITURE AND household goods. If you are going to B-i\l we will pay you one-third more than others. Phone us. Main 1117. Home 2154. COLYEAR FURNITURE CO. 322 South Main street. FOR RENT Rooms— Furnished Hotel Soutlherini Seventh and Westlake Finest little family hotel In the Westlake district; excellent service ; and meals; 21 meal ticket $6.00. Phone Home E1640 .* THE WAYLAND— . OPEN FOR inspection; beautiful . furnished . three and four-room apartments; centrally located. 541 S. HOPE. . Summer rates i now on. - Houses FOR $16 MONTHLY YOU CAN ALWAYS . rent housekeeping APARTMENTS furnished complete, 3 rooms, phone, bath, hot water; gas range, 334 South Flgueroa, 812 West Fourth, 102 South Beaudry. 150 North Beaudry, 1020 Col- ton 1133 to 1141 West First, 204 to 2 North Fremont aye., 911 Diamond, 712 Ceres, 836' Crocker, 1003 to 1011 East Ninth street, also flats and resi- dences for rent. T. WIESENDAN- i ' GER. 207 S. Broadway. ■ - , . '.: .. .. Flats .;'>:',: ..... \ ... FOR RENT— FLAT ON EAST 12TH ST. Telephone owner 83194. Pasturage • '.j, WANTED— IOO HEAD OF HORSES. $2.50 ; per month; 300 head- of cattle, $1.60 per month; green feed and plenty of It. CAL. COL. CO., 306-7 lajo Bldg. Phone '7125.- • ■ -.--.-. ■■•-.-. -.. .. ' :i.-~».,'.-v..r.; "., r . ■ .- ■ -i'- ' '': '- ,■ ; j _^^ FOR SALE .^CV ' .' Houses S-ROOM BUNGALOW 47 TOURMALINE ST. ROSE HILL , Mission style, best plumbing, buf- ■ fet, fireplace, tinted walla, cement walk and curb; fruit trees, flowers, - chicken run; large level lot, one-half block from the new Paaadrna bonle- viinlt In three months will be the finest driveway In Southern Califor- nia; only 16 minutes from center of city on any Pasadena Short Line car; 6c fare. This Is close in and a bargain; $2700 $1000 cash, balance like rent. OWNER. Home telephone C10B". 6-Roomn Modern . S'i'jf 1 \ Cottage Lot 45x140 feet; nice lawn and flowers; a beautiful home on 27th st. price $3000; $500 down, balance $20 per month. Including Interest. Golden West Realty Co. 643 South Spring St. FOR SALE— Only $2750 -.Only $2<TSQ $300 CASH AND $25 PER MONTH. NEW, MODERN up to date SEVEN- ROOM cottage, large front porch, screen porch, cement walks, porcelain bath, toilet, basin, electric lights, fireplace, mantel, china closet, cabinet kitchen, burnt wood finish, tinted walls; lot fenced; most beautiful street on south side, close In. Street work all done. Building restrictions, etc. LOS ANGELES INVESTMENT CO., 37 South Hill street. ASIIB. . Main 2248. FOR SALE— Just completing a 6-rootn 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 60x160; H block from car line. PRICE $3650; $600 CASH, Balance easy terms. 1 See OWNERS, M. W. STEPHENS7S3O Wllcox bldg. B. G. DEVENS. 227 Laughlln bldg. FOR SALE— W. ADAMS SECTION, near Budlong, beautiful cottage, largo reception hall, living and- din- ing rooms, hardwood floors, buffet, elegant, fixtures, large bedrooms and bath finished In white enamel; closets have built-in wardrobes, buffet kitchen, large screen porch; lot 52x 145; fine lawn and garden; price $4000; $1000, balance to suit. PITTS- BURG REAL ESTATE CO., 311-15 Laughlln Bldg. 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 $12,00; $8000 swings it. You get 13 per cent net. 463 LUCAS AVii. Phone Weston F5020. ■ F °NEW L f-ROOM BUNGALOW NEAR NEW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW NEAR WASHINGTON STREET AND VER- MONT AVENUE; LOT 50x135. PRICE $3750. THIS IS IN A MOST DESIRABLE NEIGHBORHOOD TERMg . JONES & RYDER I-ANTJ CO., 218 WEST THIRD STREET. BUNGALOW— SWELL 5-ROOM, MOD- ern, nicely located, large lot, alley, near car line; choice location; $3000 buys it. See this for a pretty home. MISS Mc- CREA, 210-211 Copp building, 218 South . Broadway^ ■ f6"R~SA~LE— $4700; A SNAP; $500 HIGH- er after Pico street Is paved; a new seven-room, strictly modern and up-to- date story and a half bungalow. See owner, 2935 ROXBURY ST., Harvard Heights. _ FOR SALE '.' City Lots and Lands . YOU WILL SURELY BECOME IM- pressed with the beautiful view and the artistic plan of my tract, the wide ave- nues and boulevards, 60, 70, 80 and 100 feet wide, cement walks, curbs, streets graded and oiled, and pure, soft arte- sian water under pressure for every lot. I'm selling now at 25 to 50 per cent less ■ prices ■ than adjoining properties, and I want you to know it and see for your- self. Two car lines now operating to the tract and, a third, now laying rails, will be operating in a few weeks. I know you'll be able to take large profits if you buy now at our unreasonably low .figures. VERMONT HEIGHTS THE ARTISTIC TRACT LARGE LOTS REAL 1-4 ACRES $375 $400 $425 $25 CASH; $10 MONTHLY SOME LOTS AS LOW AS $300 Located southwest, inside city limits, in "Shoestring strip." Highest ground. Overlooks wnole city and entire moun- tain range. Car from our office every • forty minutes. I'll give you free tickets If you're looking for a good . thing. . Values are growing hero and you'll not bo urged to buy if you go. You'll not need urging. It's so plain to be seen. • WARREN F. McGRATH, ■ ■• : •.• Manager of- tract for ■ Strom. & Mcfldmsrai ' N. W. Cor. Second and Broadway. • • FOR SALE- IF YOU WANT TO BUY A GOOD LOT NEAR EAST ADAMS STREET. 40-125. WILL SELL FOR $1059. CASH OR TERMS IF DESIRED. BUY FROM OWNER, 1243 E. 65TH ST. TELEPHONE HOME 29691. OR AD- DRESS 1 BOX 843, HERALD. ' . $200,000 / "Lota 1, a, S, 4 and sln 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. ■ 334 feet south side of Second be- tween Beaudry and Boylston. ALLISON lI A II LOW, , ' ! 213 South llromlway. ■ . • " . Rooms 123-126. "Phones: Main 409. • Home A 5091. FOR SALE— B2xSB2 FEET FRONTING 70- foot street; • modern I improvements; 3 car lines,- southwest; inside city limits; ' high, sightly; $425, $25 cash, $10 monthly. Let me show you a money maker. WARREN F. McGRATH, with STRONG & DICKINSON. N. W. cor. Second and Broadway. . $3767 $150~CASH; "BALANCE AT $8 PER month; this Is a ■ bargain lot. Topaz street, cement sidewalks and curb, n#ar the new Pasadena boulevard^ 5c fare, 15 minutes from center of city on Pasa- dena short line. . Tel. Home 31062. ' 1 J_ _'_ _.:■■/ FOR BALE City Lots and Lands FOR SALE— 4O-FOOT CORNER. BUD- long, $760; $60 cash, $10 monthly. Spe- cial Inducement If you build at once. WARREN F. McGRATH, with STRONG & DICKINSON, N. W. cor. Second and Broadway. Suburban Property 3&. Acres at Altadena Finest In the city, worth $5000, this week $3250. Two small stock ranches controlling unlimited water and free range. . Southern Oregon and River- side county. . California. Exchange or sell. '.-. , ' < 'Golden West Really Co- 043 S. Spring; St. * Suburban Property Altadena FOR SALE — A SNAP AT ALTADENA, Pasadena's pretty foothill section, consists of six lots (nearly 3 acres) cornering on two main thorough- fares, near car lino and handsome homes; lay of land beautiful, ele- gant view, abundance of 'pure moun- tain water; fine for a home or an In- vestment. Price will surprise you. L. M. PRATT & CO., 608 Laughlln Bldg. "Authority on Altadena. 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. - '} 'fiVi Acreage 17500 ~ FOR SALE-BUSINESS . CORNER, BOX 160 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 F4688. Miscellaneous Fire Sale The entire stock of THE FAIR, consisting of Crockery, Glass- ware, Chinaware, Kitchen Uten- sils, Etc. Special reductions to dealers and hotels, at ' 344 N. MAIN STREET. FOR SALE — AND SECOND hand billiard and pool tables; bar fixtures of all kinds; easy payments. Send for catalogue. THE .BRUNS- WICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. SSI West Third street.. Los Angeles. Hotels and Lodging Houses FOR . SALE-63-ROOM . APARTMENT^ house; new, good lease, cheap, $2500. Will take lots or house and lot. Also 26-room rooming house, close in; good location, $1000 cash; snap. Also 20-room rooming house, close in; a money maker. $1600 cash. GREIDER & BUCKWALTER, Main 5780; A 2344. . 411 Stlmson block. ROOMING HOUSES— . ' BARGAINS ON MIT LIST. : . 20-room house, excellent location, mak- ing money; furniture good; $1000; leas«, reasonable rent. For large or small houses see me. MISS McCREA, 210-11 Copp Bffig., 218 S. Broadway. Orange Groves . - FOR BARGAINS IN ORANGE GROVES see L. M. PRATT & CO., 608 Laughlln bldg. MONEY TO LOAN we MAKE LOANS ' ON . FURNITURE, pianos, horses, wagons, i carriages, cattle, etc.. without removal from your possession. • -' - ■ • y ' , Loans also made to salaried per- sons on plain note without indorser or publicity. Lowest rates in town. FIDELITY LOAN CO., 529 Mason building. 26 W. Fourth St.. cor. Broadway. Home phone 7421. Broadway 6171. CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO salaried persons on note, without se- curity, without employer's knowledge and without lndorsers; easy payments, positively lowest rate*. Hours 10:30 to 5:30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO., 628-629 Chamber of Commerce bldg. MONEY TO LOAN— THOMAS S. WADS- WORTH, 319 & 320 Douglas bldg.. will lend money on city or county real estate. .^ TO — JEWELRY LOAN CO., ON ■diamonds, Jewelry, etc. .328% SOUTH ; SPRING ST. Room 12. TRANSFER AND STORAGE COLI'EAK WAREHOUSE CO.. 416-417-419 San Pedro St. Main Office 324 South Main. Phones Main 1117; Home 2154. New , and absolutely fireproof storage; pri- r vate locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos, fine furniture, etc.. trunks, ' boxes, etc., stored 250 to 50c - per • month. We solicit your patronage. ; TRUBSES 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 attendant. Open evenings. Trusses $2 and up. ' PERSONAL 3 LADIES! 55! LaFRANCO^S COWp pound; safe speedy regulator; 25 cents. Druggists or mall. Booklet free. DR. LaFRANCO, Philadelphia, Pa. --.- DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 619 S. Main. Your Opportunity, Lots $250 See our $250 lotß at Manchester Heights adjoining the city limits, with .all modern improvements, free excursions at all times. The lots are situated with a splendid uninterrupted view of the moun- tains, and ot the cities of liOa Angeles and Hollywood. The eleva- tions are such that at all times the residents will enjoy the charms and benefits of the ocean breeze. Street work is now under way and will be of the best high grade cement walks and curbs, streets graded and oiled, beautiful shade trees to be planted In the parK- ways and pure artesian water to be piped In the alleys. A guar- anteed title furnished with every lot. Prices $250 and up, on easy payments and 60 per cent cheaper than similar property. Terms ench $50 cash and $10 per month. OFFICE OPEN ALL DAY SUN- DAY to issue free tickets. Bring your friends and family out to look over our property, then compare our prices with those of similar tracts. Call at our office for free tickets, maps and ail Information. Grider-Hamilton-Oswald Company (Incorporated) Main 836. 225 West Second Street Home A 6574. MB S. Hill. Utme 1830. Mala SSOS. /TjttZZ** J^jTL^ 1 " "' * Coll«g» In wJT^ ' Angelas. at. <5r 963-B-7 W. 7th Bfc Los ."Angeles ,- School of -French (French In 4 Month*) •' 20» Ulanrhard Hull. Home Ex. 82. . 232 S. Hill. JMHMnsiiai Jf For Lease ■MMBlMjkUcfMflg Furnished com- *WhUL32Ums(llbV plete. Two-story St u lfiliQ3«*fir residence and barn, 439 East %»^^^^ ™ , Ada street. Take Maple avenue car. Price $60.00 This ought to bring $100 per month, but I prefer a good renter without children who desires a richly furnished home for a long period. EDWIN AL» l)i:its<i\, 201 l.iniKlilln Building. Home Phone A lOOO. FOR EXCHANGE Real Estate . 'BEN WHITE • Will Exchange. ''. your property; Immense bargains; Apply at once; satisfaction and quick results. Member Realty Board. 804-6 BRYBON Block. Second and Spring. Miscellaneous — "Swaps" TO EXCHANGE — PRINTING -FOR what have you? BOX 6C9. Herald office. SPECIAL NOTICE* GENUINE PANAMAS 81.50 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. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN— wife. Eva, having left imy bed and board, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by her. - W. W. WIGGINS. ISBsj. DR. A. POLASKY. oculist and » optician of 40 years' oculist and \ optician of 40 years' experience, yßfr now located at 317 W. 3d. Ex- amination free. Sunset Phone M6Oll. CALIFORNIA STEAM CARPET CLBAN- ing Works clean carpets; refitting, sewing laying. 229 E. 4TH ST. Phone Main 715 Home A 8284. PROF. IRA L. GUILFORD, PROFES- slonal entertainer for your invited guests or any public meeting. Phone SOUTH 1601. 1000 NICELY PRINTED BUSINESS . cards, $1.50 In boxes; other printing In i proportion. E. J. Bison Co., 121 V& S. B'wy CLEAN WATCH, 50C; MAIN SPRINGS. 60c; warranted: old gold $1 pwt. 451 B MATN. - ■ ■■ PATENTB AND PATENT RIGHTS P^T^NTS^T^FURNTsir MY CLIENTS with copies of all correspondence bad In their canes (except foreign); I also fur- nish free of charge complete copies of drawings and speciflcatloi.s; retain thU for future reference. JAMES R. TOWN- SEND. Bradbury Block. Phones 847. O. K. HARFHAM GETS PATENTS; IN- ventlons financed; 25 yrs.' experience. 411 B. Main. R. 484. Patent litigation. GROCERIES ATsrFIRSICH ; S~GROCERY, "fORMER"- ly at 328 W. 6th St., Is now located at 634 W. Pico st. Goods always the best at right prices. Prompt dellv- ery. Both phones. BUSINESS personals ' fleat^h^r^hXow^Trenovated at ACME FEATHER WORKS, 768 San ' Pedro st. Tel. Sunset Main 1166; ' Home 8041. ■ ' PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS dr~green! clairvoyantT^busi^ ness medium, gives life readings dally; • test circles Wednesday eve.. 8 o'clock, 25c ROOM 16. 110 .4 S. SPRING ST. PIANOS PIANOS SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS — Pianos rented at low rates. A. G. GARDNER PIANO HOUSE. Ltd., 118 Winston st. Tel. Black 2221; Home F3189. ' SPECIAL NOTICES OrPuM»iiM Cut C«sB#>o©tSj 1 CESSPOOLS No wonder you are sick. Cesspools should be cleaned once a year. You may have three or four in your yard now that are throwing off dangerous gases. Pump. them out and save your lealth. L. A. SANITARY CO. Phones — or Temple 698. LEGAL NOTICES 'SEALED~PROPbSALS WILL BE RE- reived at office of .Treasurer, Pacific Branch, N. H. D. V. S., Soldiers' Home, Los Angeles county, Cal., until 12 o'clock m., June 15, 1907. and then opened, "or placing metal ceilings In three bar- racks, In accordance with Instructions, plans and specifications, i copies of which, with blank proposals and other Informa- tion, may be had. upon application to T. J. Cochrane, Treasurer. ' 6-17-27-6-7 3t . ■■■ ' . .'v'M 1 PERSIA SEARCHED FOR HAREM GIRLS PASS THEIR LIVES IN LUXURY AND IDLENESS Palaces at Teheran Swarm with the Most Beautiful Women That Can Be Found by a Royal Com. mission of Experts Special Cable to The Herald. BERLIN, May 28.— One of the first things the new shah of Persia did when he mounted the throne laat January was to send one of his most trusted officials, accompanied by three eunuchs, through his empire to find the most beautiful girls In the realm for his harem. Today his palaces are swarm ing with women, his legitimate, recog nized wives, nnd the others. Hia father would not recognize the harem as it is now, after having been transformed throughout Inside, refur nished in the most luxurious manner, refitted with much that is modern and redecorated In the most extravagant oriental style. The favorite wife, mother of the Crown Prince Ahmed Mlraa, is desig nated as Amir Ez Dowley ("Companion of the Sovereign"). Wives and concubines lead lives of indolence, even such light occupations as embroidery being left to servants. They spend their time mainly in feast ing and In gossiping. Is Fond of Ease Shah Mohammed All Mirza himself, not to call him lazy, is fond of ease. Is given to pleasures and so loves money, that some people call him avaricious. His father left an Immense fortune. The stores of jewels in the strong rooms of Teheran are rich beyond computa tion. There arc priceless pearls, while the diamonds, rubles and emeralds scattered about are guessed to be worth $10,000,000 at least. There are three thrones, too, studded, with gems of great value. The most famous is the peacock throne, worth $15,000,000 and perhaps much more. Then there is the ruby throne, a restor ation of the peacock throne of Delhi, also brilliant with precious. Lastly, there is the marble throne, a huge af fair which looks nothing like the com mon idea of a throne. One of the shah's most Innocent amusements is listening to story-tellers in the good old-fashioned oriental man ner. He has appointed several profes sional story-tellers to be near his royal person and when the "king of kings" is weary or troubled one of them is called on to dispel the evil spirit much In the same way as David played before Saul when that potentate suffered from the vapors. The shah is a great chess player and is never allowed by his courtiers to lose a game. There Is a story current of a young member of the British embassy who was invited not long ago to play with the shah and checkmated him in a few moves. The shah sprang from his seat in a temper and swept the board and pieces In a rage on to the floor. Mohammed All Mlrza Is not a states man. His inclination to seek his own comfort and diversion led him to grant his subjects, who were on the point of revolution when he took the reins of government, a constitution, a parlia ment and everything else they de manded. Some of the great powers, coveting Persia's vast wealth of natural re sources, are stealthily striving to out wit one another and gain control of the shah for selfish purposes — to develop the country, they smoothly put it. But there are signs that the shah may imi tate the cunning sultan of Turkey by playing one power against another, thus preserving his empire from spolia tion. Russia considers herself the proper guardian of Persia, England wants to boss her, proper or mot. Lately Ger many has taken a hand in the game. The kaiser and his government are beginning to recognize the shah and his land as objects through which they will be able to extend and strengthen Ger man influence in the middle east. They are evidently determined to develop the resources of the shah's dominions with German capital and lay the founda tions of interests which at first will be economic and commercial, but will af terward grow to be political interests. The new German ambassador at Te heran is a pushing man with commer cial leanings rather than diploma*', training, and his instructions ara to lose no opportunity of forwarding the interests of hla country, even at thp risk of treading on the corns of such mighty competitors as Russia and Eng land. Herr Steinrk-ii. the ambasoofior, is therefore making a careful study ot the shah. 4 »» CARTWHEEL PICTURE HATS NOW !N VOGUE Special Cable to The Herald. LONDON, May 26.— An' acute epide mic of "elephantlsls" has attacked the world of dress. The small woman Is ab solutely Ignored by Dame Fashion. Her six-foot sister only is catered for. The woman who wishes to be up to date must discard the dainty feather tip. and a gigantic plume one and a half yards In length must be substituted. The flowers for modern millinery might have ben reared by a Rrobdlnagrian nursery gardener; marguerite daisies are twelve inches in circumference, and one cabbage rose is sufficient trimming for a "picture" hat. "The season of 1907 has adopted an exaggerated style for Its own," a West End modiste said yesterday. "This Is, no doubt, due to the fact that women have added so many Inches to their stature; but there are still some flve foot women left, and they are moat unfortunate. It the present tendency of catering for giantesses continues, the Lilliputian dressmaker will have to set up a business. "The 3rst symptom of the new 'craze' appeared when gloves crept from the wrists to the elbows, and finally almost the length of the arms. "The 'butterfly toque," a tiny erec tion of tulle, which was first favorite In 1906, has been rivaled this year by the cartwheel 'picture' hat "Skirts are becoming more volumin ous, and the 'pin' tucks which finished the hems are replaced by tucks Beven inches In depth. "The most amusing change of all is to be found in hat pins. A few years ago the soldier rave his lass a regimental button converted into a hat pin. Until the regimental buttons assume the pro portion of cocoanuts he must seek for a more massive gift. "The knobs of hat pins have passed from the giant radish stage, and are rapidly competing with the prlae tur nips. "It will soon be necessary for women to practice neck calisthenics before piercing their 'picture' hats with these enormous hat tfina."