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THE WEATHER
1 ..... ' LOS ANGELES, July_
| Tlme_| Ear.|Ther.|Hurn|"WlndT|Vle7lWeath_
„■■, ,■■ 5 a.m....| 29.89| M | 78 NE f 5 |Clear
»p.m....[» p .m....[ 3».92| 76 |48 |W 110 IClear
;~"i; ~"i Maximum '. temperature, 88.
i Minimum temperature, 61. ,
Pfe recast '
Los Angeles and vicinity— Frliiay, light
. west wind.
,■ Francisco and vicinity- Fair, Friday
( with fog An morning; light west wlndo; brisk
San Francisco and vldnlty-Falr. Friday
with fog in morning; light west windo; brisk
ln afternoon.
j : ; MARRIAGE 'LICENSES
»' .BCHULTZ-KIEFKER— Otto Schultz. aged 35,
f i a- native of lowa and resident of Lob An-
/ gelcs, _ and Clara Kleffer, aged 33, a native
' of Pennsylvania and resident of Los An-
V geles. - ■ ■
i .VAQUEZ-RODRIOUEZ— Felix Vasquez. aged
j :? 35, a native of California ami resident of
V . Pomona, • and Adelyada Rodriguez, aged 18,
/ ' a native of California and resident of Chlno.
I BATES-COHLA— Samuel H. Bates, aged 22, a
V ■■ native of. New Mexico and resident of Los
;-■ .'Angeles, ana Lottlo M. • Cohla, aged a, a
".'.'native of Texas -and resident of Los An-
V. geles.
t native of New Mexico and aged 27, of Los
Angeles, and Lottie, M. Cohla, aged 21, a
native oi Texas and resident of Los An-
FKDK'K-COLE— Carl Fcdiek, aged 27, a na-
? • , tt-e of New York and resident of Pasadena,
< and Edna Marie Cole, aged 23, a native of
, • Illinois and resident of Los Angeles.
■ CADWALLADEII-Mcl-AIN- E. Cadwal-
" lader, aged 45, a native of Indiana and resi-
' dent of Long Beach, and Sadie Me Loin, aged
3, a native of lowa and resident of Long
Beach. - *
METZGAR-HUSTEAD-Joseph H. Metzgar,
■ aged 28, a native of Pensylvanla and resi-
. ' dent of Santa Ana, and Jean Hustead, aged
. ' ■ 22, a native of Pennsylvania and resident of
' - •'.. Santa Ana.
i OWENS-BROOKS— John B. Owens, aged 28,
9 j'.-ja native of England and resident of Los
Angeles, and Etta B. Brooks, aged 28, a
' native of lowa and resident of Los Angeles.
1 BECKER-BLACK— Bernhart Becker, aged 50.
■:a native of Germany and resident of Los
.' Angeles, and Ella Black, aged 48, a native of
I Maine and resident of Los Angeles.
TURLEY-THOMAS— Fred Turley. aged 22, a
'„ native of Kentucky and resident of Los An-
. geles, and Carrie Thomas, aged 20, a native
: of Colorado and resident of Los Angeles.
, CARLSON-CARLSON— Charles R. Carlson,
aged 23, a native of Nebraska and resident
: of Los Angeles, and Millie S. Carlson, aged
, 23, a native of Sweden and resident of Los
- Angeles.
. TATE-McNULTY-Humphrey D. Tate, aged 25,
a native of Pennsylvania and resident of
Los Angeles, and Nellie 10. McNulty, aged 21.
i , ■ a native of Pennsylvania and resident of
Pittsburgh
BIRTHS
I ■•■■■- BOYS
■ KAMIYA— To Masutaro and Tazu Kamlya
, (nee , Hara), . 316 Winston street. . ' .
. KERBER— To Mathuss and . Annie Gertrude
| Kerber (nee Buffer), East Avenue 27.
t MACY— Clark and Nora Macy (nee Under-
? wood), 1017: East Forty-sixth. . .-...
I MACDONALD— To Geo. W. and Emma Mac-
' Donald (nee Crow), 1£47 Vermont avenue.
McGUIRE— To Wm. C. and Charlotte McGuire
( (nee Bridges), 1618 South Los Angeles.
WAGNER— To Michael and Mary Wagner (nee
Kramer), Manchester, near Vermont avenue.
WHOME6— Arthur and Florence Elaine
Whoraes (nee Jenkins), 1906 West Jefferson.
GIRLS
. JACKSON— To John and Kate Jackson (nee
5 Wilson), 1644 East Twenty-ninth.
KYLE— To Chas. Hy and Lottie Amanda
< . Kyle, 1421 North Main street.
PIRRI— To Frank P. and Josephine Plrrt (nee
(Lanzo), 784 Castelar street.
TABULARA-To Alonzo L. and May M. Tab-
. ulara (nee Shelby). 800 East Fifteenth street.
WITT— Frank William and Margaret Witt
(nea Appleby). 204 East Sixteenth street.
JVOHI/GEMUTH— Geo. John and Pauline
. Wohlgemuth (nee Imka), 1415 Lawrence
I street
.
TRAINED NURSES &.' !! c B h h ar e g U c
to look after the babies. Call either
phone Exchange 95. SUMIHIGIIT's
CALIFORNIA FOOD CO.
' DEATHS
BALDWlN— Patrick T. Baldwin, 27 years,
native of Massachusetts, emergency and
general hospital; ura°mic poisoning.
BARNES— Mrs. Nellie Barnes, 87 years,' native
of Ireland, California hospital; Intestinal in-
digestion. .
BLAKELEY— G. Blakeley, 80 years,
married, native of New York, 901 West
Thirty-eighth street; inflammation of bow-
els; cremation.
COUSINS— BeuIah E. Cousins. 13 years, native
of California, 766 North Hill street; tuber-
culosis of bowels.
GALLAGHER— Geo. Gallagher, 49 years, sin-
gle, native of Ireland, county hospital;
phthisis pulmonalls.
GIDDINGS— J. Glddlngs, 35 years, mar-
ried, native of Massachusetts, 832 South
Flower street; hepatitis and uraemia.
GIOVANNAZZI — Vlctorlne Giovannazzl. 8
months, native of California, 201 Augusta
street; gastro enteritis. : . ,
HOWELL-Albert P. Howell. Jr.. 19 years,
native of Illinois, 807^ West Tenth street;
pulmonary tuberculosis.
MARSHALL-Susan A. Marshall, 50 years, 318
Court street; cardiac dilltation.
PERCY— Mrs. Caroline C. Percy, 69 years,
native of Maine. 1359 West Twentieth street;
valvular disease of heart.
POWELL— Chas. Powell. 23 years, single, na-
tive of Pennsylvania, 1605 South Main street;
asphyxiation (suicidal). "..'■.".■
BANZONI— Ranzoni. 50 years, mar-
ried, native of Switzerland, 126 South East-
lake avenue; diabetes and coma.
REAGER— Miss Rosa A. Reager, 19 years,
single, native of Kentucky, 136 East Wash-
ington street; organic heart disease.
SANMARCO— Mary P. A. Sanmarco, 6 years,
native of Texas; gunshot wound (homicidal).
STONE— lnfant of K. A. Stone, 9 months.
native of Los Angeles, 529 California street;
marasmus. *«s..'■»«•• ■
WORTHEN— Mrs. Kittle Laura Worthen, 37
>ears, native of Ireland, California hospital;
carcinoma of bowels; burial at Tucson.
Aril.
FUNERAL NOTICE
BROOKS — 954 Central avenue, July
1, 1907, Francis Brooks, aged 60
years. Funeral services from Bresee
Brothers' chapel, 855 South Flgueroa
street, Saturday at 2 o'clock.
BMALLEY— Glendale, July 11, John
N. Smalley, beloved husband of Emma
C. and father of John N., jr. Funeral
notice later.
ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY
Successors to Orr & Hlnes Co. Funeral
directors. .
Corner Tenth and Flower Sin,
Main 65. Home F4871. Lady assistant
Peck ft Chase Co.. undertakers and
embalmers; lady assistants. 433 South
Hill. Tel. Main 61.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WA^T^ARTC^wlT^riSooTwiLirßß^
celve 1100 monthly salary in established
business; investigate this at once.
Fine grocery, doing $35 cash business;
long lease, cheap rent; 3 living rooms.
X Finest delicatessen in city; must sell-
centrally located; long lease; JCOO.
Clg I£J !tand 'i rent * 65: da "y sale s £5;
( only 1700 or at invoice.
Bakery and confectionery; rent $18;
/ long lease; brick oven; part cash.
I! Cigar stand; only $425.
/ . Want party with J525 for estab-
< lished manfg. business, big profit.
v ; J. E. TETLOW, 406 W. Seventh st.
; ESTABLISHED MUSICAL
h*Hty : COMEDY
: Vbf repute, playing only best theaters
. ?;m through • California, Arizona, Texas
and southern circuit; will associate
:"; party having about $400 who must
Kaagact as treasurer; actual knowledge of
■ theatrical business not necessarily
;■* essential. My director attends to all
. '.'matters appertaining to the produc-
tion. ■■■ For interview call
'Golden West Realty Co.
643 South Spring Street.
SPECIAL - OPENING FOR GENTLE -
>'-•;; man .in • first class Incorporated com-
pany; reference and some money re-
quired. Rare chance. Particulars,
ESSEX. 430 8. Broadway. Rooms 6-12.
WANT GOOD MAN TO INVEST $2500
■ in . best - manufacturing ' opening, Los
"■■' Angeles; guarantee goes with it. See
;■ PHOENIX. " 202 : Grant building. ■
PU3INESS OPPORTUNITIES
•A'iJL.li;*MHj*\U. jVIAUh K»V»j i)'ioil.
LEAH* A SON.
LEADING AUUNT&
Rooms 314 aim 315 Severance lilUg.,
Sixth and Main dts.
- Grocery, located at one of the finest
beaches around Los Angeles; rent only
»i)U per muntn; doing a business of »lio
10 »a 5 dally; will invoice about *3UW;
long lease; good reason for selling; this
we consider a tine proposition. LuiAHi
& SON. *
Restaurant, located neat car barns on
Genual avenue; »lav«; over 3 years
lease; doing business of \\s> dally; seals
48 people; uorsesnoe counter can stay In
place as long as you like to; investi-
gate, bole agents i.hAUI & t)O»\.
An incorporated manufacturing com-
pany otters lor sale a lew hundred
naies of tneir stocK, aiso tneir manu-
taciured products amuuiitlng to »a>uo,
and me tiansier of nearly luoo custom-
ers; clearing over *<siw a montn; »o<AW
will buy thl» or will exchange lor ranch
or city property. jL,JiiA.ti 1 •* aOI\.
Grocery and dry goods, $:'700; • good
long lease; doing a uubiness ot |aO per
ay; 6 living rooms, located in the bedl
part of city; rent only »au per month;
this we consider the Deal buy on our
books. LKAiilt & SON.
Cigar stand, located on Temple street;
this place is well worth price askeU;
lixtures cost JloO; stock about JiOU; this
place can be bougnt for »aw) if sold at
once. LEAHY & SON.
Bicycle business, doing a large casn
business; locuiuu in one ot me best
suburban towns in Caiuornia; mis is a
bona nae proposition and must oe seen
to De appiecuueu; price only for a lew
days Jiiuv. see LJiAili.' & SON. -
Delicatessen, restaurant and light
grocery, »oov; douib nice clean uusincoi.;
i. furnished living rooms; rent only UJ
per moinn; good ions lease; tins we con-
eider the best buy on our books. Act
quick. LEAHY to. SON.
JSOOO worth of gilt edge stock in a big
Incorporated Los Angeies concern dointf
a large and prolitable business; parly
purchasing this stock drops into a po-
sition which pays »li>uo a year if a com-
petent accountant. bee LEAHY a:
SON.
■ Grocery stock; tine fixtures; horses
and wagon; me building included, or
will sell the grocery alone, at a great
sacrifice; am going to Europe and must
sell quickly; will rent cheap; cash sales
exceed »5u a day. Bee my agents,
LEAHY & SON.
Pool room, J4000.00; half cash; 10 ta-
bles; rent *160 per month; large foun-
tain; cigar and tobacco; this place 18
well worth price asked; the location
best in the city. LEAHY & SON.
Pool room on Spring, near First street;
one of the best In tne city of Los An-
geles; if you want a good ouy you must
see LEAHY & SON at once.
Cigar stand in fine location, near cor.
Second and Spring; this place has a
long lease at a low rent; it must be
seen at once; party going away. See
LEAHY & SON at once.
Restaurant, *3000; the best and largest
in the city, having a liquor license;
large dining room, horsesnoe counter,
seating capacity ltW people at one time.
For full particulars see LEAHY & SON.
Curio store, located on busy Broad-
way, doing a large business; have ex-
cellent reason for selling, but if you
want a money maker this is It; price
only #500; good long lease, low rent.
LiiAHK & BON.
Grocery store, $600; located on East
Seventh street, sales about *-0 per day,
all cash; good lease; will invoice about
1600, but .f sold this week can be had
lor *SUO. See LEAHY_& SON.
Automobile business, located on the
.best part of South Main street, clearing
about jaw per month; 2 years' lease;
price only JioU; own two large machines.
This won't last long. Sea LEAHY &
SON.
Bakery, delicatessen and confectionery,
located on Vermont avenue; price only
for a few days 11150; this place has to
be seen to be appreciated; this place !s
run by a woman and she cannot handle
It. See LEAHY & SON.
Meat market, located in the southwest-
ern part of the city, clearing about Ji'oo
per month; 3 years' lease; this line place
can be bought for J^00; ft cash, balance
terms. LEAHY & SON.
Lunch counter, {1600, located on the
best part of Downey avenue; 2» stool
chairs; rent only J3O month; doing an ex-
cellent business; 5 years' lease; this is
well worth price asked. LEAHY &
SON.
Swell grocery store on Vermont ave-
nue, only {WOO; nice fixtures, horse and
wagon; cash sales *30 a day; nice propo-
sition for man and wifo to tackle where
they can make some money with very
little exertion. See LEAHY & SON.
Cigar stand, $175, located on one of the
principal streets of Los Angeles; rent
il) per month; nice, clean stock, neat
fixtures, doing good business; long
lease; a snap. Act quick. LEAHY &
SON.
Grocery store, located about 20 miles
from Los Angeles; doing a business of
J125 per day; has two wagons and two
horses; this place will invoice about
J3OOU. This is a bonaitde proposition.
See LEAHY & SON.
Rooming house, 26 rooms, located in a
beautiful beach town, about 20 miles
from Los Angeles; clears $100 per
month; iitt years' lease; *600 cash, bal-
ance terms. Price Jl6OO, or will ex-
change for rooming house in city.
Fine profitable Dusiness, clearing $250
a month net, will sell for $1200; will
lake $600 cash, the balance will take
monthly payments of $75 each month.
This will aDDeal to an Intelligent busi-
ness man who wants to get something
ghat's good. See LEAHY & SON.
Bakery, restaurant and Ice cream;
{8000; located in a beautiful town about
10 miles from Los Angeles; doing a busi-
ness of $6000 per month; good lease,
cheap rent; $6000 will handle this line
proposition. LEAHY & SON.
Department store, located about five
miles from the city, doing a nice little
business wild a long lease; low rent;
all cash trade; you will have to see
this place to be convinced; sell at in-
voice; about $1200. See LEAHY &
SON.
Grocery and fruits, $500; one living
room; rent only $20 per month; doing
fine business; this place never offered
for sale before; we consider this a
snap. LEAHY & SON.
Blacksmith shop, one of the finest In
the state, for sale or for rent, equipped
with all modern appliances; business
for April exceeded $600; located about
20 miles from Los Angeles; In fine busi-
ness town. LEAHY & SON.
18 lots, 25x130, located about 20 miles
from Los ..ngeles on the Santa Ana car
line; $800 will handle these fine lots, or
will exchange for small grocery.
LEAHY & SON._
Confectionery and ice cream; the
' finest equipped place in Los Angeles;
located on Broadway, center of city; 2
years' lease; $3000 will buy this excellent
proposition; lease aid fixtures alone
worth three times price asked. LEAHY
& SON. . ■
Massage, Lath and manicuring estab-
lishment; the finest equipped place in
Los Angeles; located in center of city; 8
rooms, clearing $10 per day; long lease;
$1400 will handle this fine proposition.
LEAHY & SON.
Grocery, building and lot 40x140, doing
fine business; 4 living rooms; 1 horse
and wagon ; located in the northwest
part of city; this we consider the best
Luy in the city; $3500. LEAHY & SON.
Pool room, consisting of 6 pool tables,
nice large room; also cigar stand, well
stocked; 5 years' lease; business pay-
ing good money; this won't last very
long. LEAHY & SON.
NOTICE TO BUYERS— Are you look-
ing for a business? If so. CONSULT
THE 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
•.'■«" ; list. J.KAHY & SON. Sixth and
- Main. ■ ' :■-- ".■- ■■',»■ - ■■ a-
.-,... After trying other affenta
Hk without success consult «*hnp
•V- Ui—tY * SON. Sixth and M«J_ —
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1907.
TT o tUA '•
,Oi Mew Pasadena Boileyard, Beaitifm! Hillside
y
aid Mesa Lots-
FIVE-CENT carfare, three-minute ser-
vice either way ; lots from $200 up, 10
per cent down balance from $5.00 to
' $10.00 per month. Numbers of beautiful
little homes going up among the trees,
plainly showing that the people ' appreciate
the fact that our lots are cheap and terms
very easy, the location superb, views that
cannot be duplicated, showing the city,
mountains and San Gabriel valley, and the
further fact that you can reach the city or
your home in ten minutes. Take Pasadena
Short Line car to Rose Hill, five-cent fare.
Agent on Tract
629 Ho W. Hellmam Building
Sunset Main 6493 Home A 7765
WANTED
Help— Mai*
Red Cross
Employment
Agency
134 East Second Street.
Main 8820. Home A 7830.
We furnish reliable help ot
all kinds. Call on us
for all help and work.
We have one of the
largest aelectlona of help
and work In the city.
Call and aet> our bill boards.
inn lMnnr i\ voub hit it n
win n r1 1 orders Hr I r
WiiIULJU I for IlilLLiL
HANSEJT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
C. W. JENKS & CO., 204 East Sec-
ond street, Los Angeles, Cal. Both
phones: Home A 4869, Main 383.
Carefully selected male and female
help of all descriptions and nationali-
ties furnished promptly.
Milkers, ranch hands, blacksmiths,
carpenters, floor layer*, horse cull-
ers, milk wagon drivers, dairy man,
bee man, butcher, cooks, dishwashers,
man and wife, ranch near city, man
and wife, country, teamsters, labor-
ers. Many other good jobs.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO..
—EMPLOYMENT AGENTS —
A strictly first-class reliable as;* icy.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
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 609: Home 509.
500 MEN WANTED — 214 N. BDY. HAT
factory. Be wise; don't buy new hat;
have your old remodeled llkenew,6oc.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE.
Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS-
TEM COLLEGE. 113 East Second st
DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 519 S. Main.
Help — Female
WANTED— LADY CLOTHES IRONER;
piece work; also 50 mangle girl 3;
good wages. LOS ANGELES LAUN-
DRY, 631 San Fernando St.
Situation* — Male
POSITION — PHOTOGRAPH-
er, good experienced man wants po-
sition in or out of city; references.
Address BOX 734, Herald. .
Machinery
WANTED— A DRILLING RIG FOR
water; must be in good order and
cheap. 389 WILCOX BLDG.
Miscellaneous
WANTED— TO BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. If you are going to
■mII we will pay you one-third more
than others. 'Phone us. Main 1117.
Home 2164. COLYEAR FURNITURH
CO. 322 South Main street.
'„'., GROCERIEt)
A. S. FIRSICH'S GROCERY, IORMER-
Iy at 328 W. sth St., is now located at
634 W. Pico st. Goods always the
: best at right prices. Prompt deilv-
ery. Both phones. ■ "
<\. BUSINESS PERSONALS t . ;.».•;•
FEATHEiT PILLOWS RKNOVATED 'AT
ACME FEATHER WORKS, 768 San
Pedro at. Tel. Sunset Main U«tf;
Home 8041.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR SALE-
GOOD LEVEL LOT. EAST ADAMS
STREET, SIZE 40x125 FEET.
PRICE $1000; $200 CASH, BALANCE
$10 A MONTH.
BLOCK AND HALF TO CAR LINE.
BUY FROM OWNER, TEL. 29691.
RESIDENCE 1243 E. FIFTY-FIFTH ST.
OR ADDRESS BOX 111, HERALD.
TO LET— HOUSES.
$35.00 — Modern 9-room house, 217 S.
Beaudry.
$35.00 — Modern 9-room house 237 S.
Boaudry; each have furnace, wash
tubs. Instantaneous heater, fireplace
and are in walking distance to
schools and business portion of city.
To lease for one year.
$10.00 — 5-room cottago 1529 Rock-
wood.
$16.00 — 4-room now cottapco west
side of Ganahl St., second house north
of Wabash, or will sell for $1600;
terms $16 cash, $16 a month.
ALLISON BARLOW.
213 S. Broadway, room 124.
Phones: Main 409. Home A 5091.
FOR BALE— .HOUSES.
ONLY $1400
5-room cottagp, 50-ft. lot.
ONLY $1200
4-room cottapre, nice lot.
ONLY $1850
Now modern 5-room cottage.
Closo in; fine oar service.
Small cash payment, balance
monthly, Including Interest.
LOS \m.i:i.i> INVESTMENT CO.,
37 S. Hill St.
Main 224R, ABllB.
Largest Co-operative Building
Company In America.
FOR RENT — 4-ROOM CALIFORNIA
cottage in East Hollywood; lot 300x100;
large chicken corrals; 46 lemon trees,
bearing; plenty good water; close to car
line; $15. Call for MR. WOLFE, Herald
office, afternoon or evening.
FOR RENT— A MODERN 3-ROOM COT-
tage, $10; also 5-room furnished house,
Including bath, with hot and cold water,
$12. 422 SAVANNAH ST., Boyle Heights.
Miscellaneous
$60— LARGE BUILDING 13~5 WEST
14th St. ALLISON BARLOW, 213 S.
Broadway room 124.
FOR SALE
Houses
FOR SALE—
Beautiful 7-room bungalow, finest
West Adams Heights section; hard-
wood floors throughout house, largo
den, living and dining rooin^, beam
ceilings, beautifully paneled walls,
large buffet, Jjlid braui fixtures and
hardware, plate-glass windows, 3 bed
rooms and bath in white enamel, buf-
fet kitchen, laundry tubs; a beautiful
home in fine section; price $4650;
terms to suit. PITTSBURG REAL
ESTATE CO., 311-15 Laughlin bldg.
FOR SALE— NEW MODERN BUILDING
containing five hats. It is completely
equipped with the Marshall & Steams
patented fixtures. Each flat has sepa-
rate entrance, private bath and laundry
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 Lucas avenue. See WESTON. 1341
Arnold street Belt Line car.
FOR~SALE— BY OWNER, NICE NEW
modern cottage, 5 rooms and bath,
all Improvements, close 'in; great bar-
gain. 308 PECAN STREET, Boyle
Heights.
FOR SALE— COZY 5-ROOM HOME,
trees, flowers, at 271 E. Avenue 33,
near Griffin; price, \51250.00, Kasy
. terms.
FOR SALE
Houses
5-ROOM
BUNGALOW
$2700
Mission finish, fireplace, large living
room; buffet, tinted walls, best plumb-
ing.
Large, level lot; fruit trees, flow-
ers, chicken run; cement walks and
curbs.
This is close in, only 12 minutes to
center of city.
OWNER, HOME PHONE C 1052.
A Model Home
Four-room new modern cottage on
a nice lot 50xl. r io feet, located close to
Main st. on 40th. Price $1500; one-
half cash, balance $10 a month, in-
cluding interest.
GOLDEN WEST REALTY CO.
043 South Spring St.
City Lota and Land*
ATTENTION CARMEN
for sale:
One lot 40x100 In the Cottagre Home
tract, one block from the new car
Imni.i on the Eagle Rook car Ilnei
street work all done, that I must
•ell thts week for
$700.00
This la the snap of the tract; part
cash, balance >10 per month. Save
your coinmlaslon and buy from the
owner.
See SMITH nt Herald office for
further particular*.
FOR SALE— SIOOO— THE FINEST LOT IN
Mission Boulevard Heights, fronting on
the new Pasadena boulevard, 60x134; 12
minutes 1.-om business; small cash pay-
ment, balance easy payments. For par-
Oculars call up SUNSET SOUTH 6703.
$1000-40x136, FACING ON THE NEW
Pasadena boulevard; rear of lot also
facing on street; a flne bungalow site;
easy terms; only 12 minutes' ride; 5c
fare. OWNER, Home C 1062.
Business Property
$7000
FOR BALF--BUSINESS CORNER, 50-
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 8. Olive ,*t
Home phone F4588.
Government Land*
LANDS LATELY OPENED
A splendid opportunity to acquire a
home In Water Valley as homesteads
or reclamations, on good sandy loam
soil, with abundance of pure, soft
and cool water (wells io to 16 feet
deep), close to marktt. railroads and
shipping stations. Pictures of Water
Valley at Wright's Government Land
Bureau, 821 Wilcox building, corner
of Spring and Second streets.
Country Property
AT HEMET YOU CAN RAISE ENOUGH
f>otatoes the first year to pay for your
and; also unexcelled for oranges. Send
for booklet or Bee L. M. PRATT & Co
608 Laughlln bldg.
Suburban Property
FOR ALTADENA PROPERTY OF ANY
kind see L. M. PRATT & CO.. 60S
Laughlln building. ' °
Orange Grove*
L. M. PRATT & COTLAUGHLIN BLDG
"Headquarters for Orange Groves."
Real Estate
TO BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE PROP-
erty go to BEN WHITE. 304 Bryson
block. Second and Spring street*.
Beginning Monday, July 15
Intensely practical work in Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Vrynpwritinir and all other
commercial branches. THE REGULAR COURSE^- PURSUED Full and
strong teaching force. Cool, clean arid Inviting- rool^ 3 . Can you afford to
waste two or three months in "vacation ? Call, writt, nhone FlB5O Main
2305. AVOOOTUTRY TU'SIXKSS COTJ.KOrc, SO!) So Ulh " Troot
_YJ»_flgj(^_|_Th« L*ffl»rt Bus*
•O^SiCJ&^fer new College In
nTj^r^ Los Atigei« j.
f^ .853-6-7 W. 7th 91
Mmmfk*A Baldwin Park
— MwillW-B For Exchange, Big
mill I B __l^aC_V snap — 5 acres at
%^SWrW|!fuS^w Baldwin Park new
town site, half In
'■•in . l *Hf i ™ 5-year navel or-
anges; fine condition; best location, all
clear; price $3000. Want clear cottage
or will sell cheap, part cash. New
Covina Electric R. R. now running.
KIHVI.V ALDEBSOX, 201 Laughlln
HIdg-
iDUCAIIONAL
SPANISH LESSONS BT EXPERIENC-
ed teacher. Telephone HOME 31052.
FOR SALE
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.. 223 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.
UNIQUE PARLORS, NEWLY OPENED,
328 N. MAIN ST., formerly Baker
block. Manicuring, baths, massage.
Open Sundays. .
LONDON MANICURE AND MASSAGE
parlors. Nubian perfumed treatment.
141V4 NORTH BROADWAY, parlors o
and 6. Select.
THE ROSENBERG, 126 V 4 N. SPRING
St. — Tub and cabinet steam baths,
magnetic massage; 3 eastern trained
operators. '
309 TEMPLE ST., THE MECCA BATHS.
Massage and magnetic. Expert operator.
Home A 5076. Hrs. 10:30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
6ULPHUME. VAPOR. ELECTRIC AND
tub baths, massage and chiropody.
701% 8. BDWAY. Phone Main 3133.
REMEMBER THE* NUMBER, . as _ 8 -
Spring st., room 8, sanitary baths, 50c.
ALDA BATHS REOPENED — 313 N.
HILL, north of Temple. Electric,
tub and massage. Bdway. 4957.
BOSTON ELECTRIC INSTITUTE
Removed to 218 N. Main st.
Formerly 757 S. Main st
THE BEST MASSAGE AND BATH
parlors; lady operator; select. 226% VS.
First st. HOTEL EUGENE.
FOR A GOOD BATH AND MASSAGE
or manicure go to THE SOUTHERN,
245 S. Spring st_ Suite 26.
MAGNETIC "AND ELECTRIC MAS-
sage; room 9. Hotel Courtland, 316%
SOUTH SPRING STREET.
YOUNG LADY, FORMERLY OF 707 S.
Broadway, now at 229 W. FIRST ST.,
room 1. •
THE BAT..-L 9 AT 125 TEMPLE STREET,
room 26, will be closed until July 14 on
account of vacation.
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 F/RANK-
LIN ST.. room fi. Baths and massage:
|£* PHYSICIANS
Cancers ,and Tumors
No knife, no blood, no danger. Prices
the lowest and treatment the best. IN-
VESTIGATE; it will pay you.
California Cancer Cure
751 W. Sixteenth St. Phone West 2163
DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCESS-
fuIIy treat all female diseases and Ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience;
consultation free. Hours 9 a. m. t» 8
p. m.; Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. 204
MERCANTILE PLACE), over 543 a
Spring.
DR. TAYLOR— ' SPECIALIST
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER,
Main street.
DR. LANE & CO.. SPECIALISTS. 330*
B. SPRING ST.. over Snnta Fe off ices.
ATTORN VS. AT. L AW^^.
LAWYERS' LEAGUE- PROBATE, COR-
poratlon, bankruptcy, adjustments, col-
lections and all legal matters promptly
attended to, here and all over the world,
by able, responsible and bonded lawyers.
Ex-Judge C. C. POLK in charge of the
Los Angeles department 428-9 Mer-
chants' Trust Blag.
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A
specialty. No fee without success. E.
P. MOREY. 621 Stimson 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 8 p. m.
R. J. ADCOCK. ATTORNEY. 307 BUL-
LARD BLOCK.
' FOR EXCHANGB^^^^^
Miscellaneous— "Swaps"
FOR SALE OR TRADE — "~
Half Interest, or the whole and In-
dividual right and title In the Los
Angeles Auction and Commission
House. Will trade for stock and
vehicles, as I am now fitting up a
livery and sales stable. Call on W.
T. MOXLEY, 1i54 South Main ste.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COLYEAK WAREHOUSE rco", '
415-417-419 San Pedro St.
Main Office 824 South Main. ■
Phones Main 1117; Home 2154. New
and absolutely fireproof storage; pri-
vate locked rooms for bric-a-brac,
pianos fine furniture, etc.. trunks,
boxes, •_ stored Mo to 800 per
month. We solicit your patronage.
PATENTB AND PATENT RIGHTS
o^eT^ia^ka^^b^sopatentsTin^
'mentions financed; 25 yrs.' experience.
«U 8. Main. R. 484. Patent lltlgttlom.
PERSONALS
DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 619 B. Main.
- ii'; PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS . :
dr oreen! cCahvvoy'aSt^ GOSi^
■ ness medium, gives life readings daily;
test circles Wednesday eve., 8 o'clock,
15c. ROOM J6. 119 §. SPRING ST.
OT , CE » I
THE FEDERAL TIMbWT^coLONI-
ZATION CO., 414Vy 7 f h st
Will soon open offlces\ i n Kan-
sas City, St. Louis and\ chlcaßo ,
the main office probabli v being
located in St. Louis. TV UL1 " B
FEDERAL. TIMBER ,<* COLO-
NIZATION C(f>. J
414 W. Seventh/ St. , 'V'Av
GENUINE I'ANAMIAS $I.So '
We remodel your olid Panama or
Stetson hat absolutely good a* new
for $1.50. FLICKER I HAT WORKS,
218 Franklin St., opi/iosite Harhbur-
ger's and 316 West SJ.-venth st. \
1000 NICELY PRINTIKD BUSINESS
cards, $1.50 In boxes; dither printing! In
proportion. E. J. Elso: ICo., 121 y, S. B'Vy
CLEAN WATCH, COC; IMAIN SPRING»9.
60c; warranted: old rfold $1 pwt. 4£l
B MAIN. f X
CHURCH N/OTICE3 . I
CHRIST CHUItc7rHt J^6RNER""I2THI
and Flower. Rev. maker P. Lee, rec-1
tor. Sunday services at 11 a. m. and!
7:30 p. m.; early celebration holy com- *
munion on third Slunday and Saints'
day, at 7:30 a. m. I Strangers espec-
ially Invited. University cars pass
the door. Those desiring telephone
connections for "KHiut-ins" telephone
7912. Church physician at the church
every morning frorrt 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. ) v ■
FIRST CONGREC*-' TIONAL CHURCH.
Hope street, near ;\lnth. Seats free.
Rev. Wm. H. Day, D. D, pastor; Rev.
Warron F. Day, D. D., pastor emeri-
tus; Harry Clifford Lott, choir master:
Dean Walter F. Skeele, organist —
Morning service. 11 o'clock; evening
services 7:30.
MONEY TO LOAN
WK MAKE LOANS' ON FURNITURE,
pianos, horses, wagons, carriages,
cattle, etc., ' without - removal from
your possession. ,
Loans also made to salaried per-
sons on plain note without lndorser
or publicity. Lowest rates in town.
FIDELITY LOAN CO..
629 Mason building.
26 W. Fourth St., cor. Broadway.
' Home phone 7421. Broadway 5171.
MONEY TO — THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 319 & 320 Douglas bldg..
will lend money on city or county
real estate.
PIANOS
PIANOS SOLD ON iSASYPAYMEN'is-^
Pianos rented at low rates. A. G.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd., 11»
Winston st Tel. Black 2221; Home
F3189.
FOR SALE /
Houses *
*&£* WAV J^, ~
I can help you get a home. If you
can't come during the day call up
Main 1004 or Ex. 1004 and I will see
you any evening.
c. weesnerT"
Contractor and builder,
792 Pacific Electric building.
Over five years in the building busl-
ness In Los Angeles.
SPECIAL NOTICES
yftUip'-l-.-j. amo inn jsjDltsillTiEiriß^,
_2__c""^^ fc^2r_fl_r*'^^
~ ofPW4Hi><lllClllWl\l /
CESSPOOLS
No wonder you are sick. Cesspool*
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
health. SANITAnY CO. '■ .V— ; \
Phones — or Temple 693.
FREE
EXCURSION
MANCHESTER
HEIGHTS
l Ibn 15
A high grade subdivision only
one block from the new $14,-
0 public school on Manches-
ter avenue. The tract is com- ■
posed of 419 lots with a gen-
tle easterly slope which af- - .
fords an excellent drainage, „
and has a splendid uninter-
rupted view of the mountains
and of the cities of Los An- ■'
geles and Hollywood which is ,
unsurpassed for beauty and -
grandeur, also having a cool
and refreshing ocean breeze. -
Street Work Free
which is now progressing,' 'ln- ,•
eluding the best of cement
walks and . curbs, I■■ streets -
graded and oiled, •■ beautiful „--
street trees planted in tne -
parkways. MANCHES TEH ■
. HEIGHTS has the neSt . BO . l ' ' /
• in Southern California and t an .
abundance of artesian ' water
Sales have been made to date
aggregating over $,68,000. .
Prices Only $250 to $750
On easy monthly P^" l^
call at our office for tree
6HDER- HAMILTON.
OSWALD CO.
25 West
Second Street

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