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THE WEATHER
LOS ANOEI.ES. July 18. 1907.
|Ther. |Hum|3winTjVer| Woather
fa. m.l ». 91 I 56~"|~9«""| NW I :"l FoKfty"
Ip. m.[ 29.83 | T> I 54 ]SW |12 I Clear.
Maximum temperature. 80.
Minimum tnniwrature, 54.
Forecast
Log Angeles and vicinity— Fair Friday; light
southwest wind.
San Francisco— Cloudy Friday; fresh south
west wind.
Santa Clara valley— Overcast In morning, fair
in afternoon; light south wind.
Pacramento Talley— Cloudy Friday, possibly
¦showers In mountains; continued warm; light
south wind.
San Joaquin valley— Fair Friday; continued
warm; light north wind.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
CHELLAGREN-JOHN3EN-Algar Chellagren.
aged 29, native of Sweden, and Caren John-
/j (en, aged 80, native of Sweden; both real-
* ' dents of fcos Angeles.
MARTINEZ-BANKS— Charles J. Martlne*,
aged 27, native of Texas, and Armella Banks,
aged 36, native of Texas; both residents of
' ! Los Angeles.
FRICE-LYTLE— Howard Price, aged 21, native
lof California and resident of BakcrsfleH,
i and Lorean tie, aged 17, native of Call-
I - fornia and resident of Long Beach.
MESCHETO-QUININI— Mescheto, aged
2. native of Louisiana, and Vivian Oulnlnl,
I aged 20, native of California; both residents
of Los Angeles.
FA RKER-STOVER— Samuel A. Parker, aged
28, native of Ohio, and Marguerite M. Sto-
v er, aged 28, native of California; both resi-
dents of Los Angeles. -
i McKNIGHT-JOHNSON— M. McKnlght,
.: aged 35, native of Michigan and resident of
. : ':*; Pomona, and Florence J. Johnson, aged 35,
, native of Michigan and resident of Luddlng-
• too, Mich.
KOEPKE-FAY— J. Roepke, aired 32,
. native of New York, and Margaret P. Fay,
H aged 81, native of New York; both residents
' of Las Angeles.
I.OCKWOOD-WlLSON— Elbert S. Lockwood,
" aged 41, native of Michigan and resident of
M Los Angeles, and Relnetto D. Wilson, aged 2i,
¦ I native of California and resident of Coronado.
ELLIOTT-HOUTZ— E. Elliott, aged 25,
. native of Maryland, and lona Houtz. aged
19, native of Nebraska; both residents of
• Los Angeles. - ¦
' POWERS-HULL— Walter F. Powers, aged 21,
- native of Nebraska, and Fannie B. Hull,
' aged 20, native of California; both residents
of Pomona. . „
KERR-STOLTZMAN— James P. Kerr, aged 44.
¦ native of Canada, and Jennie A. Stoltzman,
aged 44. native of Wisconsin; both residents
..of Los Angeles. ''-,' ' / ' ¦>< „»
HUBER-STORY— August Huher, aged 21. na-
tive of California, and Stella Story, aged 19.
native of Missouri; both residents of Los
LIST g -JONES-Elnier E. List. aired 29. natlvn
¦of Illinois and resident of Claremont. and
Ruth O. Jones, aged 20, native of Illinois
' and resident of Pomona. .
MOSLER-SCHrLTE-Frank M 08'"',,?*"3.-":M 08 '"',,?*" 3 .-":
native of Austria, and Klara Schulte, age.l
•29. native of Germany; both residents of
BUTCHER'-LATHAN-Joseph C. Butcher, aged
43, native of Illinois, and Emily L. Latnan.
• aged 47, native of New York: both residents
AI.LEN n -BI,ATTRRT-Charles C Allen, aired
23 native of California, and Rose K. Blat-
trt. aged 19. native of Pennsylvania; both
ifsldents of Log Angeles.
BIRTHS
BOYS
DEANE— To Robert nnd Laura Deane
(nee Contrell). 1507 Newton.
GRAHAM— To William A. and Juantha
. Graham (nee Shirley). 1516 Palnmar<y.
SWARTZ-To Harry Augustus and Min-
nie Amanda Swartz (nee Davis), 460%
Centennial street.
SNOOK— William Locel and Emma M.
Snook. 1643 West Thirty-sixth street.
I GIRLS
ABADIE-To D. B. and M. P. Abadie
(nee Nudenee). 2705 Temple.
LUNCKFORD — To Krnrst Merritt nnd
Eva Thomas l.uncpford (nee Lunceford)
136 North Avenue 20.
SCHMOEGER-To Louts August and
Louise Schmoeger (nee Oltmans), 726
East Twenty-third street.
TRAINED NURSES K. oVc s hSr ce g d e
to look after the babies. Call either
phone Exchange 95. SDNBRIGHT'9
CALIFORNIA FOOD CO.
DEATHS
ABGER— Katheryne Abger, 22 years,
married, native of California. French
hospital: abscess of kidney.
AlKEN— Oscar Aiken, 42 years, married,
. native of Illinois, county hospital; cere-
bral softening.
CHANDLER— Mrs. Clara Louise Chand-
ler. 66 years, married, native of Wiscon-
v Bin, California hospital; chronic heart
' disease.
CARTER— Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, 78
years, widow, native of New York. 1126
West First street; abscess of brain.
COFFEY— Coffey, 41 years, mar-
ried, native of Missouri, county hos-
pital; myseardltis.
i DOYLE— Mrs. Mary E. Doyle. 37 years,
married, native of Ireland, Pacific hos-
pital; eclampora.
GROVER— Mrs. Laura Grovcr. 70 years,
widow, native of Germany. 1355 V-; South
. Grand avenue; central brain lesion;
' burial at Hollywood.
HALE— Mrs. Lou S. Hale. 35 years, single,
native of Michigan, county hospital;
tubercular meningitis.
• ODONINO— CarI Odonlno. 74 years, sin-
gle, native of Italy, county hospital;
endocarditis.
MOK— Ip Mok, 63 years, married, native
of China, Chinese hospital; acute gas-
tritis.
SMITH— Miss Louisa Smith, 2!) years, sin-
gle, native of New York, Sisters' hos-
pital; meningitis.
STRODE— Girard Strode. 1 year,
native of California; corner Eightieth
street and Vermont avenue; cardiac
paralysis.
TVER— Mrs. Julia H. Tyer. 40 years, na-
tive of Pennsylvania, formerly of Wash-
ington, D. C 1301 Sunset boulevard; pul-
monary tuberculosis.
ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY
Successors to Orr & Hlnes Co. Funeral
directors.
Corner Tenth and Flower Sts.
Main 65. Home F4671. Lady assistant
< Peek & Chase Co., undertakers and
embalmors; lady assistants. 433 South
Hill. Tel. Main 61.
MONEY TO LOAN
WE MAKE "LbANB^ON^KUR'mKjKEi
„ 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.
126 W. Fourth St., cor, Broadway.
Horn* phone 7421. Broadway 5171.
MONET TO LOAN— THOMAS S. WADS-
< WORTH, 819 & 320 Douglas bldg..
will lend money on city or county
real estate.
SANITARIUMS
I ' BANITARITJM ¦• — 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 Vs West
First.
, 129U S. BROADWAY, BATHS AND
scientific massage by electric vibra-
t ion for that tired feeling, rheuma-
tlsm and grip.
. :* PIANOS
PIANOS SOLD ON PAYMENT?
Pianos rented at low rates. A. U.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd., IK
Winston st. Tel. Black 2221; Home
¦ Ftl»9.
¦"¦¦¦ '-¦:; GROCERIt*
A. a FIRSICH'S GROCERY, tOKMER-
Iy at 328 W. 6th St., is now located at
.' «84 W. Flco st. Goods always the
best at right prices. Prompt uellv-
ery. Both phones. ¦ •
V PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
Da g^e^nT^clairvoyantl busH
¦- \ ness medium, gives life readings daily;
V test circles Wednesday eve., 8 o'clock.
. l Ho. ROOM 16. 119 S. SPRING ST. ¦
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
TULUPUONI). MAIN 2&(Ji>, JT4S3I.
LEAHY Ut SON.
' LJBADIxmU AGENTS.
Rooms 814 and 315 Severance Bids-.
Sixth and Main tits.
We have for sale an attractive and
profitable proposition. It's a lumber
yard well located and well equipped for
business; sales run over $40,0u0 a year;
long lease; moderate rent. Will invoice
stock ami sell improvements lat a low
figure; requires about $5000. LEAHY &
SON.
Elegant 7-room residence; two stories;
modern In every respect; located on
East Adams St., near Central aye. This
place can be traded at a great sacri-
fice for good business. LEAHY & SON.
We have fine 14-room. modern resi-
dence one block from Dukes' university,
Dcs Moineß, Iowa; lot 70x130, east front;
price *750u; equity $5000. ! Will exchange
lor good business in Los Angeles.
LEAH* & SON.
Barber shop and cigar stand, locat-
ed in central part of city, doing busi-
ness over $100 per week; 4 chairs,
long lease; $700 for both, or will sell
separate. Act quick on this. LEAHY
& SON.
Cigar stand, located in central part
of city; cheap rent, 2 years' lease,
clearing over $125 per month. Party
has other large interests and must
sell this fine proposition. Can be
bought for $700 if taken at once.
Sole agents. LEAHY & SON.
Restaurant and delicatessen, $650;
located at one of the best beaches
around Los Angeles; cheap rent,
doing business of $35 to $40 per day;
fine place for man and wife. LEAHK
& SON.
Bakery, $1000; located at the best
beach town In Southern California;
good lease, doing a business of $20
per day. You must act quick to get
this, as It won't last long. LEAHY,
& SON.
We offer you now for sale one of
the finest seaside fancy grocery
stores that's been offered for many
years. It's old established; average
sales $200 a day; good lease, low rent.
No soliciting; will invoice about
$3000. Yearly profits $4000. Call on
us quick if you want this. LEAHY
& SON.
v Bakery and restaurant located on
South Spring St.; rent only $165 per
month; lease 2 Mi years, doing excel-
lent business; tine oven. This place
we consider worth twice the price
asked, $2000. LEAHY & SON.
Postal card, picture framing and
kodak company, $750; located in
southwest part of city; rent only $20
per month; doing nice business. This
place is well worth price asked.
LEAHY & SON.
Lunch room, located on South
Spring street; ti4 stools; rent reason-
able, considering location, doing tine
business; $1750 will buy this line
place. LEAHY & SON.
One of the best furniture stores
located in. Pasadena, If taken In the
next ten days; lease 3 years, doing
nice business. Rent only $25 per
month; $760 will handle this excel-
lent proposition. LEAHY tn SON.
Restaurant, located near car barns on
Central avenue; »li)W; over 3 years
lease; doing business of $tii dally; seals
•IS people; noisesnoe counter can stay In
place as long us you liko to; investi-
gate. Sole agents LEAHX it SOi>.
An Incorporated manufacturing com-
pany oiteio tor saio a tew Hundred
Biiaies of tneir stocK, a.so their inanu-
lactureii prouircui amounting to *MUO,
and the transfer of nearly WOO custom-
ers; clearing over tauJ a mouth; JiiUW
will buy this or will exchange for ranch
or city property. LiiAirii as SON.
Grocery and dry goods, $2700; _ good
long lease; doing a business or. $ali per
day; 0 living rooms, located in the beat
part of city; rent only *>« per month;
ihls we consider tho Dest buy 00 our
buoks. LiiAlli & BON.
Cigar stand, located on Temple street;
this piaco Is wen worth price asked,
fixtures cost $la 0; stocK about *20u; this
place can be bougnt lor »auo II sold a
once. LEAHY & SON.
Bicycle business, doing a large cash
business; located In one of we best
suburban towns in Caliiornia; mis is a
bona Hue proposition and must tie seen
to be appi eclated; price only for a tew
days $)>iw. dee LEAHY He SON.
Delicatessen, restaurant and Ugh;
grocery, »aou; doing nice clean business;
i, furnished living rooms; rent only
per month; good long lease; this we con-
sider the best 'buy on out books. Act
quick. LEAHY & SON.
$SOOO worth of gilt edge stock In a big
incorporated Los Angeles concern doing
a large and prolitauie business; party
purchasing this stock drops Into a po-
sition winch pays »16U0 a year If a com-
petent accountant. See LEAHY &
SON.
Grocery stock; line fixtures; horses
and wagon; Hie building Included, or
will sell the grocery alone, at a great
sacrillce; am going to Europe and must,
sell quickly; will rent cheap; cash sales
exceed *)0 a day. See my agents,
LEAHY iSt SON.
Pool room, $4000.00; half cash; 10 ta-
bles; rent $15u per month; large foun-
tain; cigar and tobacco; this place la
well worth price asked; the location
best in the city. LEAHY & SON.
Pool room on bprlng, near First street;
one of the best in tne city of Los An-
geles; if you want a good ouy you must
bee LEAHY & BOH at once. -
Cigar stand in tine 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 loom, horseshoe counter,
seating capacity 100 people at one timo.
For full particulars bee 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 KM; good long lease, low renu
LtAlii & SON.
Grocery store. $500; located on East
Seventh street, sales about $-0 per day,
all cash; good lease; will invoice about
$600, but .f sold this week can be had
for $500. See LEAHY & SON.
Automobile business, located on the
best part of South Main street, clearing
about $200 per month; 2 years' lease;
price only $100; own two large machines.
Thii. won't last long. See LEAHY &
SON.
Bakery, delicatessen and confectionery,
located on Vermont avenue; price only
for a few days $1160; this place has to
be seen to be appreciated; this place is
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 $200
per month; 8 years' lease; this line place
can be bought for $2500; ',•, cash, balance
terms. LEAHY & SON.
Lunch counter, $1600, located on the
best part of Downey avenue; 28 stool
chairs; rent only $30 month; doing an ex-
cellent business; 5 years' lease; this Is
well worth price asked. . LEAHY it
SON.
Swell grocery store on Vermont ave-
nue, only $1000; nice fixtures, horse and
wagon; cash sales $30 a day; nice propo-
sition for man and wlf ¦> 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
$:!0 per, month; nice, clean stock, neat
fixtures, doing good business; long
lease; a snap. Act quick. LEAHY &
SON..
NOTICE TO BUYERS— Are you look-
ing for a business? If so, CONSULT
THE LE./-DING AND RELIABLE
AGENTS. LEAUY & SON, as we 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
Set ¦ list. J-UAHY . & SON. Sixth and
lain. ' .. ¦ . - ¦¦..¦.-¦,¦ ¦ . 1
After trying other agent*
1 ':¦- '¦¦¦-•¦ without success consult .
ÜBATTT A RON. Sixth and M.l- .'
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1907
On New f asadeia Boulevard, Beaitfftil iillside
aid lesa 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 ob Tract
629 H. W. Hellman Building
Sunset Main 6493 Home A 7765
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
LUNCH COUNTER ON SPRING ST. IN-
cluding building. Rent $10.
Corner grocery, rent $31; horse and
wagon. 3 living rooms $9.60.
Meat market, established 14 years;
elegant fixtures; weekly sales $500;
good lease. This will stand fullest
Investigation; $2100, half cash.
Fine fruit-store with soda fountain
doing fine business; cheap rent; $600.
Dentist parlor, country town of 4000
population, doing nice business; fix-
tures and furniture excellent; chance
of lifetime for a dentist; $900.
Millinery store, fine location; 2
years' lease; line stock. Owner going
east; $550.
Printing plant, cheap rent; this is a
snap, doing good business.
J. E. TETLOW. 406 W. Seventh st.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
'indigestion", nervous di&easTEs
and rheumatism cured without drugs.
Expert massage. Physicians' refer-
ences. HARRIET E. LAMB, 118 ft
8. Spring. Home phone A 6130.
UNIQUE PARLORS, NEWLY OPENED,
328 hi N. MAIN ST.. formerly Baker
block. Manicuring, baths, massage.
Open Sundays.
WANTED— PARTNER IN SHAMPOO
and manicuring parlor, or would sell.
Call after 9:30 a. m. ROOM 4, IU7& S.
BROADWAY.
BATHS AND MAGNETIC MASSAGE-
HAVE YOU
TRIED THEM?
Rooms 6 and 7 610% South Spring St.
UNIQUE PARLORS. NEWLY OPENED,
328H N. MAIN ST., formerly Baker
block. Manicuring, baths, massage.
Also electric treatment. Open Sundays.
THE ROSENBERG, 126% N. SPRING
St. — and cabinet steam baths,
magnetic massage; 3 eastern trained
operators.
BULPHUME. VAPOR. ELECTRIC AND
tub baths, massage and chiropody.
701 S. BDWAY. Phone Main 3133.
31* TEMPLE ST.. THE MECCA BATHS.
Massage and magnetic. Expert operator.
Home A 5076. His. 10:30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
YOUNG LADY, FORMERLY OF 707 S.
Broadway, gives scientific baths and
massage at 229 W. FIRST ST., room 1.
ALDA REOPENED— 3I3 NL HILL,
north of Temple. Electric, tub and
massage. Bdway. 4957. Open Sunday.
YOU ARE NOT HURRIED FOR BATHS
and massage at 125 TEMPLE ST.;
best of patronage; no signs.
BOSTON ELECTRIC INSTITUTE
Removed to 218 N. Main st.
Formerly 757 S. Main St.
REMEMBER THE NUMBER. 61SV4 8.
Spring St., room 8, sanitary baths, 50c.
THE BEST MASSAGE AND BATH
parlors; lady operator; select. 226H S.
First st. HOTEL EUGENE.
FOR A GOOD BATH AND MASSAGE
or manicure go to THE SOUTHERN,
245H S. Spring st. Suite 26. ¦
MAGNETIC AND ELECTRIC MAS-
sage; room 9, Hotel Courtland. 316 ft
SOUTH SPRING STREET.
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE. 220 FRANK-
LIN ST.. room S. Bath* Rnfi massage;
¦TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO..
416-417-419 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 2So to 50c per
month. We solicit your patronage.
UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS
BUY~HERB AT^FACTORYTi^KICEd!
Big assortment. Umbrellas recover-
ed and made to order. 117 W. Fourth
St.. new Hellman building.
, PERSONALS V
DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 619 8. Main.
WANTED
Help— Mala
n re Ml ordbhs HFI P
W/IIiIILJU roR ILL!
HANSEN EHPI,OYMEM 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.
Ranch hands, milkers, hay teamsters,
blacksmiths, all kinds; boat carpenters,
painters, horse differs, milk wagon
drivers, man and wife for ranch, man
for grocery store, lathers, orchard fore-
man, wagon wood worker, head waiter,
north; dishwashers at beach, 535 mo.;
also $27.50 mo., room and board: waiters,
bread bakers, cake baker, all around
baker. All kinds of Jobs. New orders
constantly.
Red Cross
Employment
Agency
134 Bast Second Street.
Main 8820. Home A7SSO.
We furnish reliable help of
all kinds. Call on as
for all help and work.
We have one of the
largest selections of help
and work In the city.
Call and se» our bill boards.
WANTED— A GOOD RELIABLE GAR-
dener at Forest Lawn cemetery. Call at
ROOM 615. Chamber of Commerce build-
ing. Position permanent to right party.
500 MEN" WANTED— 2I4 N. BDy! HAT
factory. Be wise; don't buy new hat;
have your old remodeled llkenew.SOt.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE.
Situations guaranteed. MOLER SYS-
TEM COLLEGE. 113 East Second st.
DOLLAR FIFTY Hat Store. 619 3. Main.
Help — Female
WANTED — THOROUGHLY CAPABLE
and experienced lady's maid; reference
required. Apply corner Ocean Front
and Hart aye. to EDNA GOODRICH,
Nat Goodwin's cottage, Ocean Park.
WANTED— GOOD TEACHER OF VOCAL
and piano music, combined with com-
mercial teaching; good salary. Plenty
of other positions. BOYNTON AGENCY,
525 Stimson block. .
Situations— Male
SITUATION WANTED AS MANAGER
or part owner of company store -in
mining camp; ample experience and Al
references. A. L. WORDELL, 606 Casco
Bt., Los_Angeles. .
Miscellaneous
WANTED— TO BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. If you are going to
sill we will pay you one-third more
than others. Phone us. Main 1117.
Home 2154. COLYEAR FURNITURE
CO. 322 South Main street.
WANTED— SECOND-HAND LAUNDRY
machinery; must be good. Apply 813
EAST WASHINGTON ST, Pasadena.
Home phono 2150.- '
BUSINESS PERSONALS
FEATHER PILLOWS RENOVATED AT
ACME FEATHER WORKS. 758 San
Pedro st. i Tel. Sunset Main . 1166;
Home 8041. - ¦ ¦ • ¦
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
oTbTh ARPHAM " 'gBTB*PAT ENTaTlN-
ventlons financed; 26 yrs.' experience.
Ol 8. Main. R. 484. Patent llti*aUo_
FOR RENT
•V> ! ,~T ''¦".; House*
TO LET — HOUSES.
$35.00 Modern 9-room house, 217 S.
Beaudry.
$35.00 Modern 9-room house 237 S.
Beaudry; 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 cottage 1529 Rock-
wood.
— 4-room new cottage west
Bide 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.1091.
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.
$8 TO $25, 20 NEW COTTAGES.
1615 E. 25th. cor. Slauson jet. car line.
$8, 3 rooms: $12. 4 rooms, bath. Keys
1542 E. ADAMS ST. Hooper cars.
FOR — GOOD GROUND FLOOR
for office room on Broadway, $50.
Apply at HERALD, OFFICE.
TO LET— $2O, 6 ROOMS. 1721 E. 31 ST ST.
Blau son car line; $30 monthly buys it.
Rooms — Furnished
For — furnished FLAT 3
rooms; very desirable; good location,
walking distance to business center;
gas for cooking , electricity, water
and telephone paid; only $22 per
month. 1039 SOUTH OLIVE ST. Tel.
F4588. ; ;
Stores and Offices
STOREsTSIO.~S2O; 1615~E*~25TH, CORNER
Slauson car line. Slddall, 207 Copp bldg.
•. Miscellaneous -
$60 — LARGE BUILDING 135 WEST
14th St. ALLISON BARLOW, 213 S.
Broadway room 124.
CHURCH NOTICES I
CHRIST 1 cIIURCH^^CORNER^ 12TH
and Flower. Rev. Baker P. Lee. rec-
tor. Sunday services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.: early celebration holy com-
munion on third Sunday and Saints'
day, at 7:30 a. m. Strangers espec-
ially Invited. University cars pass
the door. Those desiring telephone
connections for "shut-Ins" telephone
7912. Church physician at the church
every morning from 8:30 to 9:30. Ser-
vices and medicine free to all. Church
open dally for private prayer from 8
. a. m. until 5 p. m. .•• ¦¦¦- '<
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SClEN-
— Simpson auditorium, 734 S. Hope
street. Services. Sunday 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.; x sermon from the Christian
Science Quarterly. Subject, "Truth.',
Children's Sunday school ' i):i)0
a. m. Wednesday evening meeting
at 8 o'clock. Reading rooms 510-511
Herman W. Hellman bldf?., Spring
and Fourth sts., open dally, Sundays
excepted, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
Hope street, near Ninth. Seats free.
Rev. William H. Day, D. D., pastor;
Rev. Warren F. Day, D. D., pastor
emeritus; Harry Clifford Lott, choir
master; Dean Walter F. Skeele, or-
ganist. Morning service 11 o'clock,
evening services 7:30. _^
SPECIAL NOTICES
"" GENUINE PANAMAS «I.SO
We remodel ' your old Panama or
Stetson hat absolutely good as new
for $1.60. FLICKER HAT WORKS.
218 Franklin St., opposite Hambur-
ger's and 316 West Seventh St. . :
; LET US CLEAN UP THAT YARD.
• Prices ¦ reasonable. EAGLS RUB-
' Prices ;' reasonable. EAGLE RUB-
' 9140. . :. " ¦ ¦ .'- -¦¦ ¦"¦ ¦¦ . ... •. .
10OU i NICELY PRINTED BUSINESS
cards, $1.50 In boxes; other printing In
I proportion. E. J. Elso - Co.. 121V4 8. B'wy
CLKAN WATCH. 80C; MAIN SPRINGS.
B0c; warranted; old gold $1 pwt. 451
a main. ¦¦;¦-¦¦;;. ' - •;
Beginning Monday, July 15
Tntensply practical work in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting and all otkl
commercial branches. THE REGULAR COURSES PURSUED Pull 313 1
strong teaching force. Cool, clean, and Inviting rooms. Can you afford* 1 " *
waste two or three months in "vacation"? Call, write phone FlB5O Maf 1 '
2305. Wonnmmy BUSINESS COLLEGE. SOD South Hill street
FOR SALE
Houses
FOR SALE—
SACRIFICE TO
$2500
New 7-room cottage (2 unfinished
rooms second floor); last one of the 57
built by us on Deeble tract. Beautiful
street, excellent car service; a beautiful
home.
Sm:ill rnsh payment,
Balance monthly. Including Interest.
About your own terms.
LOS ANGEI.ES ISVHSTJIEJIT CO.,
37 South Hill street.
M 2248 A 8118
Largest co-operative building company in
America. , 1
,-i.ROOM HUKGAI-OW $2700
Mission finish, fireplace, large IMng
room; buffet, tinted walls, best plumb-
Ing.
Large, level lot; fruit trees, flow-
ers, chicken run; cement walks and
curbh.
This Is close in, only 12 minutes to
center of city. PHONE C 1052.
OWNER. HOME PHONE C 1052.
FOR SALE-NEW MODERN BUILDING
containing five fiats. 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.
BARGAINS— EASY TERM HOUSES.
New modern bungalow; $1800, $200
cash.
3-room house, barn, duck pond;
$800.
6-room unfinished, high elevation;
$700.
House, corner lot; fruit trees, barn;
$1700.
MISS McCREA, 210 Copp, 218 Bdway.
FOR 2-STORY 7-ROOM HOUSE
fine West Adams section: hardwood
floors and beam ceilings In three rooms;
beam lights, large den, paneled walls,
buffet, fireplace, seats, cabinet kitchen,
laundry tubs, two toilets, three bed-
rooms, hall and bath on second floor,
rear bnlcony. Price $4500; worth $5B00;
$450 cash. PITTSBURG REAL ESTATE
COMPANY, 311-15 Laughlln Bldg.
FOR SAE— $9OO BUYS A TWO-ROOM
house on a beautiful large, level lot, one-
half block from car; all street work
done. Terms to suit. For further par-
ticulars address w.'MM
OWNER
BOX 113, STATION L.
FOR SALE— E. ADAMS, 20 COTTAGES.
Agents' com.; $150 down. SIDDALL,
Copp building.
A snnp nt $7000, 5-roomed cottage
nt 640 Crocker lit. Cnll nt 040 CROCK-
ER or STAK ENG. CO.. 322 W. IST.
City Lots and Lands
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.
BUT FROM OWNER, TEL. 2969 L
RESIDENCE 1243 E. FIFTY-FIFTH ST.
OR ADDRESS BOX 111, HERALD.
, ATTENTION CARMEN
FOR SALE
One lot 40x100 In the Cottnsre Home
tract, one block from the new car
barn.i on (he EnKle nock car line;
Htret-t work nil done, that I must
¦ell this week for
$700.00
This is the huiiu of the tract; part
ensh, balance $10 per > mouth. Save
' your commission mill buy from the
owner.
See SMITH nt Herald office for
further particulars.
FOR SALE— THE FINEST LOT IN
Mission Boulevard Heights, fronting on
the new Pasadena boulevard, 50x134; 12
minutes :.om business; small cash pay-
ment, balance easy payments. For par-
ticulars call up SUNSET SOUTH 5703.
40x135, FACING ON THE NEW
Pasadena boulevard; rear of lot als"»
facing on street; a fine bungalow site;
easy terms; only 12 minutes' ride; 60
fare. OWNER, Home C 1052. _^_
Business Property
$7000 "*
FOR SALF.-BUSINKSS CORNER. BOX
150 feet, San Fernando and Ann sts.,
improvements, consisting of 21-rooin
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 ,n
another year, would be a net profit.
Address HEINKN. 1039 8. Olive St.
Home phone F4SBB. — — — =z=
SPECIAL NOTICES
SCAIif P HOW Ml** ratfiS liMST
OrPuMPiHoOurCMSPOOL*
CESSPOOLS ¦
No wonder you are sick. Cesspools
should be cleaned once a war.. rou
may have three or four in your yard
now that are throwing oft 6 !?"!
Bases. Pump them out and save your
* alth _A.«.ANITAIIYCO. " „
Phones— E9l4H or Temple 598.
ATTORNEfo-Al-uAW _^__
.UAW IJI.KS' .^siAUUJfi— COR-
poration, bankruptcy, adjustments, col-
lections and ail legal l a era t 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 .425-9 Mer-
chants' Trust Bldg.
MARRIAGE ANl> PROBATE LAWS A
specialty. No fee without success. B).
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.
v. THIRD ST.. room | 221. 1 to 6 p. m. ¦;,:¦•
R. -J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY, 807 BUL-
LARD BLOCK. '/•ii^B^^mamSMrfi.
-•¦**¦¦ ISjlSSftil ¦¦¦"¦»¦ I I 111 ¦ ' .' ¦ ' !I - '
Cffi(OllttM>t%aety*\* Largest B /
/4^>*^"cM^l&w(» •"•« College! I
Wj^ Let Anonti. I I
" 053-8-7 W. ?th '.
j^SHSSA^ Baldwin Par»l)
For Exchange. Bi« / "
HiKlnrjowpil'nforTlr snap — 5 acres ft
Tfc~_[iMtlil Baldwin Park r) / 1
town site, half 9 /
~ 6-year navel -f i
anges; fine condition; best location ;f '.• \
clear; price $3000. Want clear cot t, I
or will Hell cheap, part cash, hS M [
Covina Electric R. R. now run l -
EDWIN \ i 111 ,1(M1\. 201 Lnut l\
nMg. V.-J V,
EDUCATIONAL \-,\ '
SPANISH LESSOnF^Y^EXPERIEI.
Ed teacher. Telephone HOME 310, ': -
FOR BALE V£
Suburban Property
— - — . 1 ¦ 1
z
FOII SALE FROSTI,KSS REGION, A
NEAR HOLLYWOOD. "
Sixty ikti-s.
Eighty ncren. .
One hundred and forty ncren.
Nearly nil rich, tillable Innd.
Fine for winter vegetables or fruits.
Nothing better for Krnpeii.
.This extrn line FOOTHILL land In
In the FROSTLHSi REGION about a
miles from Hotel Hollywood) abund-
ance of spring water for Irrigation.
Energetic man can make A .FOR-
I m: out of thin laud in three years.
Only JtlfiO per Acre—
See HARRY T. SMITH (forenoon*),
With MINES & PARISH, Sir. S. Hill.
HOLLYWOOD
EXCURSION
FREE
The lots are high grade, situat-
ed with an excellent view and
high elevation; street work com-
pleted. Prices $550 and up; easy
terms. Call at our office for
free tickets, maps and all in-
formation.
GRIDER-HAMILTON-OSWALD CO..
25 West Second street.
FOR SALE — AT ALTADENA, ACRE
lots $500 each; $50 down and $10 a month
(or half acres for $300); good soil, fine
view; elevation 1350 feet; abundance of
pure mountain water. L. M. PRATT &
CO., 608 Laughlln building. ;
Country Property
FOR HBMET POTATO LAND IN TEN-
acre tracts send for booklet or see L.
M. PRATT & CO., 608 Laughlln bldg.
, Real Batata '. ' ; ¦¦ /-;* f- ;
TO BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE PROP-
erty go to BEN WHITE, 804 Bryson •
block, Second and Spring streets.
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE— A RESTAURANT FOR
sale at a bargain if taken at once. Call
707 S. BROADWAY.
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 Core
751 W. Sixteenth st. Phone West 2163
DR. AND MRS. CARTER BUCCESB-
fully treat all female diseases and ir-
regularities; 20 years' experiences
consultation free. Hours 9 a. m. t* B
p. m.; Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. 104
MERCANTILE PLACE, over 643 S.
s fd^r^lE^slosffiiSo 5 ffiiS
DR TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALIST
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER.
Main street. t
DR. LANE & CO., SPECIALISTS. 330
8. SPRING ST.. over Santa Fe offices.
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
FORM A NATTIONAL BANK
Details of the Consolidation of the
Central Bank and State Bank
and Trust Com
pany
Dotils of the merger of the Central /
bank and the State Bank and Trust com-/
any the two financial Institutions form/
ing "the Central National Bank of Lo*
Angeles, are given to the Public. . 1
The capital and surplus of the Central
National fully paid up, is $500,000, while!
the capital of the Central Trust company/
—successor to the old trust company— lejl
$1 000 000, fully paid up. /
The active officers of the Central Na
tional bank will be: "William Mead, presi
dent; John R. Mathews, Perry W. Weid
ner and S. F. Zombro, vice presidents,
and J. B. Gist cashier. Place of business
present quarters of the Central bank,
northeast corner of Fourth and Broad
way.
The officers of the Central Trust com
pany will bo: William D. Stephens, presi
dent; W. C. Durgin, cashier. Place of
business present quarters of the State
Bank and Trust company In the Bryson
block. »
The boara of directors of each institu
tion will be made up from the present
boards of the two merging banks, which
are as follows: John D. Blcknell, O. T.
Johnson, C. T. Crowell, George W. Scott,
D. K. Edwards, A. C. Harper, A. W.
Ryan, R. H. Howell, W. H. Walker, T.
E. Gibbon. Carroll Allen and John R.
Mathews, State Bank and Trust; A. B.
Cass, R. N. Bulla, E. W. Davies, James
C. Kays, Niles Pease. William D. Steph
ens and WUllam Mead, Central.
The consolidation takes effect on
August 1.
The Central National bank will tako
the commercial deposits of both institu
tions, now amounting to over $3,000,000,
and will take a corresponding amount of
cash and notes. All the notes and other
assets turned over to the national bank
will be guaranteed by the respective
A funfl will be deposited by each of the
merging concerns to guarantee all the
assets turned over to either- the bank or
the new trust company. The trust com
pany will take over the savings deposits,
amounting. to J700,000, of the State Bank
and Trust company, and will operate a
savings department, pay interest on
checking accounts, and do a general trust
business,.

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