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HERALD WANT ADS. READ BY THOUSANDS
THE WEATHER
LOa ANGELES, Sept. 22. 1907.
Time. | Ber._ |Th«.jHum|_w!ndJvsrjWe«ther
fpTmTH.tS I 68 I 83 IN" i a ! Cloudy.
tp.m.) 29,84 j 70 I 04 ISW |10 I Pt-cldy
Maximum temperature, SI.
Minimum temperature, 58.
Weather Conditions
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 23.— A shallow de
pression overlies western Oregon and the
northern portion of California and Nevada. It
has caused generally cloudy weather over the
plateau region and fair weather elsewhere west
„f the nocky mountains. The temperature has
fallen over western Oregon and remained nearly
stationary In nthn districts. Conditions are
favorable for fair weather in California Tues
day, with fog alorg the coast In the morning.
Forecast
Los Angeles and vlclnlty-Cloudy Tuesday;
light west wind.
San Frnr.LMsco and Tlclnlty— Fair Tuesday,
with fog in the morning: fresh west wind.
Sacramento valley— Fair Tuesday; light south
Sari Joaquin valley— Fair Tuesday; light
north wind. ______—_——_,
MARRIAGE LICENSES V
' BLISALDA-SCHWARTZ— Frank Ellsalda, aged
35, and Beckie Schwartz." aged 20; both na-
.V'. tives of California and both residents of Los
Angeles.
WEYL-MUNZ— Ensll '¦ M. Weyl. aged 39. a na-
tive of Germany and resident of Los Angeles,
and : Ida Mun», aged 82, a native of Texas
and resident of Texarkana. ,
•¦• MACK-ALVOS— Harley W. Mack, aged 26, •( a
¦ native of Ohio, and Maggie Alvos, aged 24, a
1 native |of California; both • residents of Los
MARKHAM-BARTON— Charles E. Markham.
•¦•"'. * aged ' 30, a native of Michigan, and Oeorgie
Barton, aged 32, a native of Iowa; both resi-
i. dents of Los Angeles. ¦ •'
¦ LEE-WHITEMORE— Jame* D. Lee. aged 21. a
native of Kansas and resident of Lemon, and
Oro Whitemore, -. aged 19, native of Kansas
. and resident of Spadra. -- ¦¦• •¦
HUFFNER - PARENTEAU-Samuel Ruffner.
' aged 30, a native of Missouri, and Marie Pa-
¦ renteau. aged 32, a native of Colorado; both
, resident* of Los Angeles. ¦
BTEUBEN - BCHMUCKI2R— Henry - Steuben.
aged 28, and Katie Schmucker, aged 28; both
;. natives of Germany, and both residents of
Los Angeles , '"A- . ..'.,¦'¦
BEATON-M' KAY— ' E. Beaton, aged 32,
'" and Jennie D. McKay, aged 21; both natives
• of Nova Scotia and both residents of Pas-
'. - adena. '• ' '¦ ¦ ' > ¦ ¦
SMITH-AITKENS— Edward J. Smith, aged 21.
native of Pennsylvnania and resident of Los
•'¦-. !'¦ Angeles, and Pearl L. Altkens, aged 19, a
I native of lowa and resident of Long Beach.
¦WINDERS-PRITCHETT-Waltcr F. Winders,
aged 26, a native of Kansas, and Nellie M.
£'• Prltchett. aged ¦ 22 a . native of California;
both resident* of Los Angeles.
. KLIEN-BURBAGE— WaIter C. Kllen, aged 26,
a native of Colorado and resident of Kansas
¦*¦'" City, 1 Mo., and Anna M. Burbage, aged 23,
a native of New Mexico and resident of Los
; Angeles. ¦-¦ ¦ •• ¦¦-'-¦' .. ¦¦•:
EDMONSON-CALLISON— Ross L. Edmonson,
¦ aged 24, a native of Kansas, and Clara E.
' Callison, aged IS, a native of Missouri; both
' -residents of Los Angeles. ' . .'
PEARSON-WOODS— Carroll A. Pearson, aged
'i 23, a native of Canada, and . Myrtle • Woods,
'¦¦¦'¦ aged 20, a native of Iowa; both residents of
-i Los Angeles. • * ',-' '-..¦"
I HOLLINGEK-LICHT— Hollinger. aged 41,
a native; of Germany.; and Christina Licht,
¦ ' aged 39. a native of Iowa; both residents of
. ' Los Angeles • ¦ , . .
OSWALD-ENGLlSH— Richard I. Oswald, aged
¦ ; •' 19, a native • of Mississippi, ' and ' Nancy W.
„-'¦: '.•*. English, aged 19, a native of California; both
'residents of. Pasadena. „;. .'.-".....
.BOWDEN-M'SEVENEY— SamueI Bowden, aged
'"¦ " 24, and i Martha McSeveney, aged 23: both
'.:"'.''; r natives of Ireland and both residents of Los
" Angeles. •• ¦' - ¦
CLYBURN-HOWARD— Arthur •E. Clyburn,
, '¦ aged 18, and Fayette Howard, aged 16; both
:¦ - . natives of Kansas and both residents of Los
Angeles. « . . . . • ' -
AUSTIN-AUSTIN— A. Austin, aged
,V 23, a : native of Connecticut, and Marguerite
H. Austin, aged 20, a native of Nebraska;
, both resident* of Pasadena. ' • . '
KOHN-EVANS— Louis Kohn. aged 57, a native
.of Germany and resident of Los Angeles, and
•' Lucy J. Evans, aged 58, a native of England
, . and resident of Long Beach. , •
SUTHERLAND-HACKNEY— Oscar Sutherland,
aged IS, a native of Missouri and resident of
I Los Angeles, and Cora Hackney, aged 16. a
native of California and resident of San
Bernardino. "•' , ; . ,
' MORAN-BL'RKELL— A. Moran, aged
; . 32. and Emma Burkell, aged 29: both natives
¦ of Pennsylvania and both residents of Ingle-
• ¦ wood.-^ .-••¦•¦•.•• ..-¦..-.-,
¦' INGLETT-MUSSER— Otto Inglett, aged 34, a
¦ native of Illinois, and Kittle Musser, aged 34.
. V, . a , native of Michigan; both residents of
.', ' Fresno. ."'¦ .:.:,.- •
" HOWELL-LANDRETH— Frank Howell. aged
23. a native of California, and Mabel Lan-
' r . dretb, aged 18, a native of Kansas; both
residents of Los Angeles.
HEAD-LOCKIE— OrIn M. Head, aged 42, a na-
[ tive of Pennsylvania and resident of Los An-
' geles, and Agnes E. Lockle, aged 34, a native
:'•'.'"•• of Illinois and resident of Hollywood.
YOUNG-KAIN— EdwlnV M. Young, aged 22. a
native of Virginia, and Annie Kaln, aged 24,
a native of South Carolina; both residents
of Los Angeles.
HUPPRECHT-BMlTH— Charles D. Rupprecht,
. . aged 86, a native of Indiana, and Ada Smith,
aged 29, a native of Arkansas; both residents
. of Los Angeles.
COOK-BEAR— B. Cook, aged 39, a native
I of Indiana, and Marlon L. Bear, aged 33. a
native of California; both residents of Los
• Angeles. - : . ' '.•••¦ ". . .
- BANNISTERTHICKMAN-Olney E. Bannister,
¦ "' aged 25, a native of Colorado, and Mabel C.
Hlckman. aged 22, a native of Nebraska;
both residents of Los Angeles.
I) BIRTHS
BOYS , > (
ANTHONY— To lone Rose and Lucile Anthony
(nee Peck),. 1022 South Hill street. ' -. :
BYRNE— To John and Margaret Byrne (nee
1 m Devlne),' 1326 East Forty-ninth street.
¦ DUMELL— To Carl L. and Mary Dumell, Me-
ridian and Sixty-fourth. ..¦..-, '
SMITH— George T. and Mary Smith (nee
Dean), 502 Concord street.
, GIRLS
CHRISTENSEN— To Hans and Dagnea Chrls-
tensen (nee Peterson), 1008 East Forty-eighth
¦ ¦ street. ¦ ¦ ¦ - . ¦.. .¦ • - .
GOODMAN— To Otis and Helen Goodman (nee
I 1I 1 Berg), 1107 Waterloo.
WATSON— To James and Amy Watson (nee
Ball), 2330 Alesgandro street.
DEATHS
ATWOOD-David Atwood. 86 years; widower;
native of Massachusetts; 691 Burlington: mi-
. tral regurgltatlon; burial at Worcester, Mass.
'¦ HUGHES— J. Hughes, 41 years, - mar-
ried; native of Kansas; northeast corner Ver-
.<¦ . non and Santa Fe avenue; phthisis pulmo-
¦.¦,'* nails; burial at Lawrence, Kan. ' .:
LEONE— Lucine . Leone. 24 years, single; na-
'S : ; tive of California, formerly of Mexico; Bar-
* - . low i sanitarium ; chronic pulmonary tubercu-
losis. .'¦..¦
MURPHY— Mrs. Refugia Murphy, 63 years,
i widow; native of Mexico; 008 East Twenty-
ninth street; chronic nephritis.'
" ORR— Benjamin Franklin Orr, 71 years, widow-
; *,'}:• er; : native 'of . Pennsylvania; 1029 West Eigh-
teenth street; septicaemia. ¦ • >. •
DIED
'ORR— his residence, 1029 West gighteentn
¦ ¦¦ street, September 21. 1907, ' Benjamin F. Orr.
; " ; ; beloved . father ¦of Mrs. Virginia . O. ' Schu-
i'.- macher and Mrs Elsie O. Bootbe, in hi* 72d
, ¦ year.- Funeral services private.
ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY
Hucceuora to Orr 4 Hints Co. Funeral dl-
• '- rectors. '-'.'¦.. '¦¦..¦.•¦••..•¦;¦¦..
1 If* s --S- Conn Tenth and Flower ' St*.
.". ¦•: '. '.: 'Main 66. Bom* F46TI. Lady assistant.
Peck A Chase Co.,. undertaker* and embalm-
Mi: lady assistant* 433 H. Hill. Tel. Main 11.
UNDERTAKERS i AND EMBALM ERS
. Connrll ; Compnny, Funeral Directors,
No. 1051 South Grand avenue. Tol. Mala Wi,
• FUSS. Mr*. . Council in charge of women and
; "children.,' . . - 1 -t •. -..' - . :'¦ y :
v '<,'¦;'; '.' , 'DEXTER SAMSON CO.. .'-.- "¦¦ '-'.' s
•' .) Cnd»rtaker*. . 1133 S. ' Flower. Home FUSS.' Sun-
j Mi ; 7tWi ' Lady assistant. Private ambulance.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24. 1007
SANITARIUMS -Tl
tA.NiTAKIUM -UATHS. SUOWEH. NKEDLH
•pra/ ¦ and ¦: slab »• shampoo; ¦ scientific ¦¦ mas-
saga treatment^ for rheumatism and all mrv-
¦MM dlsorJors; chiropody, manicure and facial
massage. MR6 <M. HERBERT, : ingr., 225*
' Wai First. ¦¦¦¦¦¦•¦¦
M.YOU EVER -FEEL DULL AND DlB-
nrlrfted; feot heavy, bratn tired? Let me put
¦ new life Into your system. MISS HARRIET
E. s LAMB, ': baths and massage. 119% South
. Spring. •¦• Phone ACI3O. /¦. . , . .¦.•..•..¦
PRIVATE ¦ HOME FOR LADIES DURING
,*. confinement. • SOUTHERN HOME. 727 Sun-
, act bird. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Smith. ... Horn*
phone A 7066. , - ¦•¦. .-I ' . ',' • '
629% „ 8. .. BROADWAY— BATHS ' AND MAS-
,sage; electric vibration for rheumatism and
that tired feeling. - . ¦¦» ¦ - '¦•
BATHB AND MASSAGE J
NEWLY OPENED— BATHS AND MASSAGE,
Swedish, magnetic and scientific massage;
second floor. ROOM 7. Open 9 a. m. to 8
p. m. : 848 S. BROADWAY. . ¦ ; . •¦ v
126% N. SPRING ST.— ROSENBERG
baths, massage and magnetic: three eastern
.trained operator*. Hours, 9 a. m. to Up.
m. 'Home phono A 242 3. ¦¦ - p.- ¦'-¦¦ ¦- ¦¦> '
THE BEST MASSAGE AND BATH PARLOR
In the • city; lady attendant; eastern ope-
rator. HOTEL EUGENE, , 226% ; East First
street; rooms 4 and 6. .-.. \i
WERDNA PARLORS, NEWLY OPBNHD,
828% N. MAIN ST. Manicuring, baths, mas-
sage. Opei. Sundays. Three eastern trained
operators. ' ¦ " ¦ . '
LONDON MANICURE AND MASSAGE PAR-
lors, Nubian and Bcalp treatment. 141% N.
¦ BROADWAY, parlors 5 and 6; select pat-
ronage. ¦ > ' '¦"
MOORE GIVES MAGNETIC. VIBRATORY
massage for all-gone, tired feeling; rheuma-
tism. Office THE DORRIS, 7074 8. Broad-
¦ way. ; ¦-:,.. ¦ ¦¦ ¦ .«. ¦¦ . ¦ ¦ • _____
TRY MY MAGNETIC MASSAGE; ALSO THE
electric vibrator; nothing to equal It. Suite
16-115, 444% S. SPRING ST.. Portland hotel.
LA MASCOT ' BATH PARLORS, NEWLY
opened at 522 W. TEMPLE ST.. ROOMS 2
AND 4. 1 Massive, manicuring, scalp treatment.
BATHS, MASSAGE, OIL RUBs7*MAGNETIC
treatments and salt glows; experienced ope-
rator. Booms 6-7-8. 610% S. SPRING ST.
LEWIS" PARLORSr FACE SCALP MAS-
sage; Syrian treatment. 14114 N. BROAD-
, WAY, parlor 11. Hours 10 to 9. ¦ Select.
REMEMBER THE NUMBER, «18% SOUTH
. Spring St.. room 8, sanitary baths. 60c.
321 SOUTH HILL ST.— TUB AND VAPOR
baths and massage for colds, rheumatism
and nervousness. Open every day.
80» TEMPLE ST., THE MECCA BATHS.
Massage and magnetic. New operator. Home
¦ A 8076. Hours 9 a. m. to 11 p. m.
MISS MAXINE MILLER WOULD LIKE A
.' few select customers for manicuring and
scalp treatment. 616% W. SIXTH ST.
VIBRATION. ALCOHOL. OIL MASSAGE,
shampooing; face and scalp treatment. I Hours
10 to 10. -64 E. FIFTH ST., Room 6.
THE GOLDE>' GATE, AT 450% S. SPRING.
is the place to go for a No. 1 treatment; se-
lect. . Phone Main 6359. .' Home A 8959.
6ULPHUME. VAPOR. ELECTRIC AND TUB
baths, manage and chiropody. 70114 S.
BROADWAY. Phone Main gig. i
YOU ARB NOT HURRIED FOR BATHS
and massage a: 125 TEMPLE ST.; best of
patronage; no sins; assistant. < ¦ -
SCIENTIFIC TUB BATH AND MASSAGE,
under new management 428 E. THIRD ST.
FOR • GOOD TUB . AND VAPOR BATHS GO
to 738% a GRAND AYE. Phone 6660. :
MANICURING. FACE MASSAGE AND MAG-
netlo. treatments. 106 E. FIFTH ST.
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANKLIN ST.,
room 6. Baths and massage. "
PHYSICIANS -'Kl^:
Cancers .and Tumors
No knife, no blood, no danger. Prices the
lowmi *nd treatment th> best. I INVESTI-
] GATE: it will pay you.
California Cancer Cure
761 W. Sixteenth at. Phone West 2169.
DR. JLSTD MRS. CARTER SUCCESSFULLY
treat ill female diseases and Irregularities:
20 years' experience; consultation free.
Hours, 9a. m to Bp. m. ; Sundays, 10 to 11
a. m. 201 MERCANTILE PLACE, over Ml
8. Spring. " . • .
E. L. HORTON. M. D., PHYSICIAN AND
surgeon. Women and children's diseases,
specialist > '
On Epileptic Flta and Rheumatism,
418 S. Hill st. Office hours 1 to 8 p. m.
Main 1348. Home A 6706.
DR. TAYLOR— FEMALE PHYSICIAN AND
obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER, - Main
straat
DR. LANE & CO.. SPECIALISTS. 830% S.
- SPRING ST., over Santa Fa offices.
.MONEY TO LOAN
WE MAKE LOANS ON FURNITURE, Pi-
anos, horses, wagons, carriages, cattle, eta,
without removal from your possession.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
(29 Mason building:,
its West Fourth street, cor. Broadway.
Home phone F7421. Broadway 1171.
MONEY LOANEL- ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL-
ry. 418 O. T. JOHNSON BLDG. We make
conservative and desirable loans at 2 per cent.
MONEY TO LOAN— EASY TERMS. CLEVK-
Iand * Cleveland. 434 H. W. Hellman. A9OM.
Main (986. . .
MONEY TO LOAN— E. SIMPSON & CO.,
COS Union Trust block. ¦ Main 8056. F6738.
PRIVATE MONEY, 6 AND : 7 PER CENT.
LOCKHART ft SON. 309 W. First St.
PATENTS AND . PATENT RIGHTS
HOME AS2?~6oT'£rArTRUST BLDG., SEC-
ond and Spring sts ¦ . ¦ ¦
HARRT A. BROOKS.
United States and Foreign Patents.
| ' Preliminary examinations. .
Q. E. HARPHAM GETS PATENTS; INVEN-
tlons financed; 25 years' experience. ' til S.
Main. R. 484. 'Patent litigation. -
LOCKSMITHS
D. PERLMAN. 659 S. LOCKSMITH
and key Utter. Phones Home 6297. Main 9275.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
CURIO AND LAPIDARY STORE; LONG
lease; clearing S3OOO yearly; $3700; old es-
tablished.
Want party with 1500 for established busi-
ness; can clear SloO monthly. Investigate.
Ladies' bath parlors, ¦ making big . profits,
cheap; rent with lease. J550. A bargain. ¦
Cigars, Ice cream and lunch counter; best
bargain in the city; *250. Good buy.
. Out of town millinery store; good stock and
fixtures, bargain: $650. See this.
. Grocery and meat . market, established 2],42 ] ,4
yews, want partner; fine proposition; ?600.
' Dyeing and cleaning business; lone lease,
cheap rent, big profits; 430. '
Restaurant, established 2 years, doing fine
business; a money maker; , .map; S9OO. • '
. 10 rooms, goo., r location, everything new; 2
years' lease, rent $25; bargain; 1575.
13-room of nee ; location, with lease; all
grouna floor; ; close in, . well furnished. ; £•,
Confectlont'iy and grocery, good soda foun-
tain; rent tli>, lease; 175.
Delicatessen, long lease, cheap rent; clear-
lug IliiO monthly; only $1200, part cash. ::
Established ', business, can clear t75 month-
ly; cheap rent; only 1750, part cash; inves-
tigate this.
. TETLOW & CO., 217-218 Masop opera house ..
GENERAL i MERCHANDISE, r NEAR I CITY;
; good ' trade ; i Invoice : I200U. ,»: Boyle 8030. 7; BOX
.¦: 822, J He«ld. 'K%-?;'.r-'i ' r <']y- .-r' iTJ«MHi,
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
I - IiiLEI'HUNE MAIN 2808; F46IJ. ' .
. , LEAHY & SON. [
i ¦ l.eadlnc Axenta.
Room* 214-315, Severance building, " Sixth and
- " . ¦• Main streets. '
1200— Barber shop; cheapest for price In city.
' JiOO— Barber shop, cigar stand, money maker.
$500— Bakury, located on 6th st; a snap.
$425— Cigar stand; an excellent opportunity.
1250— Cigar stand; this can't last long.
$1750— Cigar stand: finest proposition In city.
$1000— Livery stable, beautiful suburban town.
$4000— Hardware, tinning, invoice; close In
'.¦¦» town." ¦ ¦ • . A ..;.'.:
$500— market, southwest: must sell. •',
r 81600— Grocery ; will exchange good property.
Grocery; finely equipped, In Pasadena.
This is only a few of our many bargains.
For exchanges ace RICHARDSON,
the "Snap Man," with Leahy & Son.
: $18,000- Wholesale produce establishment, at
Invoice; .receipts average $12,000 a month; 4
years lease,, worth alone $10,000; sublets por-
tion of building, which exceeds rent; this is
an opportunity of a life time; first time
offered to the Los Angeles public at a big
sacrifice. See LEAHY & SON.
I have thi cleanest well located lunch room
In the whole southwest, seating 28 people;
everythlne bran.i new. Just opened and doing
a good business: I price only $400; you can't
beat this 'anywhere; owner having trouble to
collect money due him Is cause of selling
LEAHY- & BON. ¦
Meat market, llsh and poultry: . located In
¦wellest resilience district, doing a business
of $70 a day; elegant fixtures; 2 fine horses
and wagons; party sick and must sacrifice;
$1500, $803 cash, bal. terms. LEAHY & SON.
Livery stable in fast growing • suburban
town; good business, clearing »200 per month:
cheap rent, which Includes 0 living rooms.
$1000, Includes fine rigs, fine horses, whips,
robes and blankets and express wagon, also
boarder*. See LEAHY & BON. '
Cafe and grill In : suburban town, cafe
seats 130, on ground floor and fine grill In
basement receipt* aro $75 and more than
double that In winter. The only cafe hav-
ing a liquor license; price $3000; $1000 cash,
balance in monthly payments. Sco LEAHY
& SON. ,.
Paint and wall paper business, well lo-
cated, dclni; a business of $1200 a month;
cheap rent tor i large store and back room,
$2600; comprises a well selected stock of
paints and wall paper, also stock tools, 2
horses, wagon and buggy, and over $500 of
uncoi:e:ted claims which are Just about due.
See LEAHY & SON. '
FOR EXCHANGE—
40 acres of fine land in Carmenclta, 100 hens,
3 cows, 2 fine colts; 9-room house and barn;
valued at $10,000. will exchange for good in-
come property. See RICHARDSON, the
"swap man."
Partner wanted, established hat factory
and renovating store; business clears from
$20 to $60 week; cheap rent; $225 secures this
bona fide proposition. See sole agents,
LEAHY & SON.
If you want to sell or exchange your room-
Ing house. If It be large or small, In the city
or outside, list it with the leading agents;
we will find the buyers. See Richardson, the
"swap man."
FOR EXCHANGE—
We have a client who has good store build-
ing, grist mill with 40-H. P. engine and boil-
er and machinery and hydraulic elder press;
good 6-room house, large barn, etc., and two
acres of land, In Troy Grove, La Salle Co..
1. What have you to offer? See Richard-
son, the "swap man."
Blacksmith shop In the north part of city,
good business, making money; low rent:
price way down tor a quick sale; only $250.
LEAHY & SON. '
FOR EXCHANGE. , .v
Special attention given to eastern- property;
large - list. - See Richardson, the "swap man."
Fine, well paying grocery store, close to
center of city, located in fine residence sec-
tion; good cash trade, long established;
' horse and wagon: low rent; living rooms;
will sell at cost; fine chance to pick up
clean cosh business; worth $850; sell for
$700. Bee LEAHY & SON.
FOR EXCHANGE.
6 acre ranch in Downey, Cal.; also 8-room
house, barn, windmill, and tank: 414 shares
in water stock; chicken yard and houses;
300 apples trees. 9 palm trees on front of
property, also orange and peach trees. Ex-
change for city or Long Beach Income prop-
erty. See Richardson, the "swap man."
A fine little grocery, feed and fuel store,
located in southern part of. city, with two
living rooms, cheap rent; average receipts
$45 a day; horse and wagon, cash register,
steel safe; nice fixtures, In best condition;
about $1900 buys this store. LEAHY & SON.
FOR EXCHANGE.
Oranee grove, 2 miles from San Fer-
nando station in the beautiful San Fernanda
vtlley; ¦ 6 acres of ; 15-year-old Washington
navels; will exchange for Income property.
Bee Richardson, the "swap man."
FOR EXCHANGE. .
Two lots In Bant*. Ana tract, $1200; ex-
change for Income. See Richardson, the
"swap man."
Bakery and delicatessen, fine front show
window, good cash trade; low rent; nice fix-
tures, well equipped for business, with fine
brick oven, at the low price of $700. See
LEAHY & SON. •
We have good businesses, auto, restaurants,
cigar stands, stocks; in fact, we have every-
thing to exchange. See Richardson, the
•'swap man." ,
Confectionery, candles and soda water,
best town, near Los Angeles; the profits for
many months havo been over $140 per month;
owner Is sick and will invoice and discount
10 per cent; about $800 will buy this place.
See LEAHY & SON. ¦¦
Meat market, $500; located in southwest
part of city; rent only $30 per month; doing
a business of $40 per day, all cash; fixtures
In fine condition. LEAHY & SON.
FOR EXCHANGE— — ' .
. We handle al - . kinds of beach property. If
you want to exchange for beach property,
see Richardson, the ."swap man."
A fine little grocery, close in, on East
Seventh street; all cash business; about $150
a. week; two living rooms; good fixtures; all
for $900. Be* LEAHY & SON.
Have you a grocery to exchange for a 6-
room house at Redondo beach; , price - $2000,
mortgage $1100? If so, see Richardson, the
"swap man. ' ' .
FOR EXCHANGE— ; '
Fine lot, 45x1."i0, In Forty-ninth street, close
to two car lines; $1500 takes this bargain:
will exchange for rooming house. ". See Rich-
ardson, the "swap man."
' Grocery and general merchandise store In
nearby town, doing a business of $140 a day,
having ' been established for some i time;
stock will ¦ invoice $4000. This is real cheap,
so Investigate it at once. I See LEAHY &
. SON. .... . ' ' '
Fine business ' lot on the southeast corner.
Center and I Santa Monica , aye., Hollywood;
. size 120x165; across from new school build-
ing; clear; will make terms or might con-
< sider an exchange for house and lot in Los
Angeles. Bee LFAHY & SON.
Butcher shop. ~ located In large town about
I 40 miles from Los Angeles; cheap rent and
receipt* • average $76 . a day.' . This shop is
I nicely equipped I enameled counters, etc.; this
bargain for only $1250. See LEAHY * SON. ;
For exchange* . see - RICHARDSON,
'. ' the "Swap "Man." ' '
NOTICE TO BUYERS— Are you looking for
"a business? If *0. CONSULT THE LEAD-
ING AND RELIABLE! AGENTS, LEAHY &
I BON, la* we have most every place of busi-
I ness that Is for sal* 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 |A | SON. • Sixth and I Main I streets. >
; ¦ After , trying ;, other : agents ',_
„ without success consult ¦„.
LEAHY * BON, Sixth " and Main streets.
WANTED
Help, Male v
, Red Cross
'Employment
.;¦ Agency
134 East Siecund i .Street.
. Main 8830. Home A7H3&
We furnish reliable help of
all kinds. Call on us ¦ '
for all help ' and work. \
We have one of <h«
largest selections of help ' .
and work In the city*
[ ' Call and see our bill board*.
i _________
' WANTED— | '> ! | '¦ ~- ~
I Every day Is our busy day securing posi-
tions for all kinds of first class help. I
We charge you a j reasonable commission,
i which you may pay as you earn the money.
, Dnll;- we handle Just such cases as yours.-
I I Either you are a stranger In town and don't
• know where to go; you nre dissatisfied with
' your present position and desire a change,
or you have searched the city for a situ-
ation and have failed to find It. Then see
, us. ¦ What we have done for others we can
do for you.
' BARTEE & CASH, •
S2B Trust bids;., 3d and Spring; its. f
Win fill IT" Fl oRDER ? ' H i?"* I ' r
011 I 1 ORDEBS H f r
. UAXSKN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
C. W. JENKS * CO., 204 East Second
street, Los Angeles, Cat Both phone*: Horn*
A 4569. Main 883. ¦ • -> • '
Carefully selected main and female help of
all descriptions and nationalities furnished
promptly.
.60 laborers for ditching, $2 day; 26 laborers
for ditching, $2.25 day; man to drive one-
mule team, 82.75 day; concrete mixer, $2.75
day; rough carpenters, $3.75 day; rough car-
penters. Arizona, 14.26 day; carriage black-
smith, $3.60 day; carriage wood worker,' $3.50
day; 15 boll boys, country, $20 month and all
expenses; 3 cooks, short Job, $4 to $6 day.
'Plenty of work. Call at HANSEN'S early.
WANTED— MEN AND . BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing, bricklaying, plastering, electric-
ity and similar trades In few months' time,
without serving apprenticeships. Thousands
have, why not you? Yon do practical work
on buildings, actually erected in our school;
no book learning required; day and night
classes; positions secured. UNION SCHOOL
OF TRADES, 120 to 126 E. Ninth St., Los
Angeles. . .- ¦ ¦ • .
800 MEN WANTED— 2I4 N. • BDWY. HAT
factory. B» win; don't buy new hat: hay*
your old remodeled like new, COo up. •
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE. BlTU-
atlons guaranteed. MOLWR SYSTEM COL-
LEGE. 113 East Second street. , :
WANTED-TWO BOYS WITH WHEELS TO
run errands and do other office work. BOX
'.862, Hera)£. .. . , . V; ¦¦
WANTED-CITY SALESMAN. MURDOCK,
THE EGG MAN, 452-454 Gladys avenue.
Help, Female
WANTED— EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR OEN-
eral housework; four In family. • 1936 FIGUE-
ROA ST. Phone West 767. ¦ ¦ - ¦'. I
Miscellaneous . '
wanted— to buy icurniturb) AND
household goods. If you are going to sell we
will par you ore-third more than others.
Phone us. Main 1117. H0me. 2154. COLYEAB
FURNITURE CO., 823 South Main street.
HOMELESS CHILDREN ' RECEIVED . AND
placed In homes for adoption. • . Apply Rev.
O. V. Rice, superintendent Children's Home
society. 834 Bradbury building. Los Angeles.
SPECIAL NOTICES
WHERE YOU CAN GET A GENUINE :
Italian Dinner
Is at the EUROPA . RESTAURANT, 312 W.
Seventh street ' Spaghetti and Ravioli a spe-
cialty. Prlvlng dining rooms. ' . . ¦
ARE YOU BEHIND IN • YOUR CORRE-
spondence and lack the time or patience to
catch up 7 Do you find writing Irksome and
yet feel that you should write? If so drop
in and have It done. Open evenings, Sun-
days by appointment. Room 3, 4531s South
Spring street • ¦ , , : • • .
PERSONAL — HEADACHE STOPPED IN-
stantly by use of "Kerushima," . the wonder-
ful Japanese discovery; externally applied;
< free demonstrations at 339% "S. I HILL ST.,
ROOM 1. Hours 10 to 5. . i
A. A. CVSWKLL, MENTAL. HEALER,
038 S. GRAND AYE. OPEN V- PAST 8.
STETSON ' . HATS ' — YOUR : OLD
Stetson or any hat of good material remod-
eled for $1.50. ' FLICKER HAT WORKS, 219
Franklin. Main 1857; Home F4906. „ - .
UNEXCELLED . CLEANING AND DYEING
works. Suit* steam cleaned. 11.60; dry
cleaned, $1.25. All repairing | free. 203 S.
GRAND AYE. Mala >£16. ¦; . ; . . . , ;
ULK-SKIN SHOE FACTORY. MAKERS OF
all ' style* in elk-skin ¦ shoos; . and ' special
orders; $2 to $5; fine repairing. 208 W. 7TH.
1000 ¦ NICELY PRINTED BUSINESS CARDS,
$1.60, In boxes; other printing In proportion.
E. J. ELSON CO.. 121V4 South Broadway.
PAPERING. $2.75; ROOM PAINTING, $1.50;
tinting. $1.85. Tel. E3545. : Sunset Temple 217.
•F. It. BROWN. 1810 Temple street. . • •
CLEAN WATCH. 60C; MAIN SPRINGS, 600.
Warranted. Old gold. 81 pwt 451 S. MAIN.
CHURCH NOTICES
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST,
Simpson auditorium! 734 South Hope street.
Services Sunday -11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;. ser-
mon from the Christian Science Quarterly;
subject, "Unreality." Children's 'r Sunday
school 9:30 a. in.; Wednesday ' evening meet-
ing at 8 o'clock. Heading rooms_slo-611 Her-
man ' W. - Hellman I building, (Spring and
Fourth streets, open dally, Sundays excepted,
from 9a. m. to 6p. m. ¦ ¦>¦ . . .
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, HOPS
street, near Ninth. Seat* 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, organ-
ist. Morning service 11 o'clock; evening *er-
vices 7:30. ¦ - ¦ - ¦.. . k
BUSINESS PERSONALS,
HARRIS INSTITUTE -OF DERMATOLOGY
. will have offices at 847 South Broadway after
August 1. Wrinkle*, freckles, scars removed
permanently. . : . ' £J . ¦.¦' ~
FEATHER PILLOWS RENOVATED -AT
ACME FEATHER WORKS. 768 San ¦ Pedro
¦ St. Tel. Sunset Main 1160: Horns 8041. . -
MATTRESS. MAKING, FEATHER BEDDING
¦ renovated. I GLOBE BEDDING . CO., 633 E.
Fifth Btreot.. Main 2936. ¦» ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ • - ¦
H, TRANSFER AND STORAGE V
COLYEAR WAREHOUSE] CO.. <
415-417-419 Ban Pedro street '
Main office 324 South Main. ' ' ¦ ,
Phones Main 1117; Home 2154. New anil ab-
_ solutely :• fireproof *¦ stoiage; private locked
. rooms for brlc-a-brao, 1 pianos, fine furniture,
etc.; trunks, boxes, eta. stored. 250 to 600 par
month. We solicit your patronage. - ¦
UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS
buy^^SrT^^lt^^a^tory^pricesT bio
assortment. ' Umbrella* recovered . and made
to order. 117 W. Fourth' St., new Hallmma
' building. ... ¦-¦ • - ' • ¦•>.
¦ BHOE REPAIRING . ;¦¦•
: ' SHOES REPAIRED. :• .' .
. Men's ; sole* i 35c; ladies', 350; L- child's, 800}
good leather. US .WEST, FOURTH BT.
FOR RENT
Room* — Furnished
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
or without house-keeping; also two double
parlors; gentlemen preferred; bath, phone,
etc.; fine locality 939 S. HOPE^
FOR RENT—? LAROE, SUNNY ROOMS,
furnished complete for housekeeping; closets,
private bath, gas, running water, porch;
very reasonnt Ie 2» S. OLIVE.
NICELY FURNISHED SINGLE ROOMS;
also housekeeping suites; modern conven-
iences; excellent location; reasonable rent.
613 WEST ELEVENTH ST.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE OR
housekeeping; also newly tinted throughout;
319 WEST PICO STREET.
NICELY FURNISHED OUTSIDE HOUSE-
keeplng suit's; bath and all conveniences:
gas range; best location, close to business
section. 238^4 S. OLIVE.
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT
housekeeping: bnth, otc; largo yard, flno
neighborhood- walking distance; private
family. 9m S. OLIVE.
NEWLY FUr.MSIIED ROOMS. WITH OR
without housekeeping; suitable for one or
two parties: nil modern conveniences; good
locality. 1037 S. HILL. '
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR HOUSE-
keeping; bath and all conveniences; private
house, fine locality, walking distance; cheap
rent. 948 S. FLOWER.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; bath, phone and all conveniences;
front and on first floor; reasonable rent.
613 W. COURT ST.
IVrGE~FRONT ROOM; WILL RENT TO
one or two parties; modern conveniences;
with private family, $2.50 per week. 319
STOCKTON ST. |
NICELY FURNISHED SINGLE ROOMS. NO
housekeeping; bath, phone, etc.; best loca-
tion, beautiful lawn, reasonable rent. 830 S.
FIGUEROA. ______
NICELY FURNISHED 3 AND 4-ROOM
apartments, outside, prlvato both: also sin-
Kir rooms with or without board. 253 N.
FLOWER.
3 SINGLE ROOMS. FRONT AND OUTSIDE;
bath and all conveniences: reasonable rent
and cloae In 381 W. NrNTH.
LIGHT. AIRY, NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
for one or two people: bath and all con-
venlences. WfiH S. OLIVE.
SINGLE ROOM FOR YOUNQ MAN, BEASON-
ahIe rates to permanent party; baths, etc.
635 S. FLOWER ST.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, BATH AND
all conveniences; reasonable rent. 842 S.
GRAND.
812H S. GRAND AYE., NEWLY FURNISHED
—All outside rooms; summer rates^
Furnished Apartments
FOR RENT — MODERN HOUSEKEEPING
apartments, furnished complete, new, the
nicest, neatest to be found anywhere, and at
the lowest rent; phone, bath, gas range, hot
water pleasant yard and flowers. These
apartments aro specially ventilated, sunny,
very homelike and neat. Go and see them. You
will like them. No car fare, walking distance.
Up.
$13 1028 W. Ist Btreet.Maln 6233 Denver
$14 1133 W. Ist street.Home 7506 ...Michigan
$12.60 204 N. Fremont. .Homo 6075 Geneva
$20 212 N. Fremont-.Bdwy 1676 ....Helvetia
18 218 N. Fremont. .Main 1567 ....Ramona
"0 222 N. Fremont. .Main 1630 Gaviota
$14 1141 W. First North 438 ...St. Louis
$14 1003 East Ninth. ..Main 6462 Boston
$14 1011 East Ninth.. .Main 1480.. .New York
$14 150 N. Beaudry. .North 679 ....Chicago
$12 1020 Colton Temple 455 ....Florence
$16 334 S. Figueroa. ..Homo 3404 ...Roosevelt
$14 712 Ceres aye ...Home 8352 ..Alhambra
$13 911 Diamond st...Bdwy 2926 ....Portland
12 836 Crocker at. ...Bdwy 2014 ...Pittsburg
$16 812 W. 4th st Home F5662 Seattle
$25 1126 Mignonette. ..Temple 492 Oakland
$20 1016 Diamond St.. .Five-Room Flats.
T. WIESENDANGER. 207 S. Bdwy. Main 2043.
House*
COTTAGE, 4 ROOMS. $13 RENTAL OR $25
payments; keys 1642 E. Adams. Hooper cars
COURT. 2129. NEAR ALVARADO-6 ROOMS,
$16. or $26 month buys It; no cash payment.
TO LET— $lO. 8 ROOMS; $12, 4 ROOM 3, BATH
Keys 1642 E. ADAMS ST. Hooper cars,
1542 E. ADAMS-7 ROOMS, $20fT ROOMS, $13;
6 rooms, $18. Hooper car.
Houses — Furnished
SIX-ROOM NEWLY FURNISHED COTTAGE;
can be arranged for two couples. Telephone
23964.
Stores and Offices
TO LET—
SEV3RAL FINE OFFICES. EITHER
SINGLE OR EN SUITE, ON
SECOND FLOOR OF NEW SECURITY
BLDG.. FIFTH AND SPRING.
APPLY TO v
ROBERT MARSH & CO.,
140 WEST FIFTH ST..
SECURITY BUILDING.
BOTH PHONES. EXCHANGB) ITS.
tTORES. $»i $10l 1616 H 26TH. CORNER
Blauson rar line. Rlddall. 207 Copp bldg.
FOR BALE
.Houses
ATTENTION!
Now is the time to purchase a home for
yourself. You can buy cheaper now than
next winter, when the brisk fall trade win
have caused property to advance.
Come in and let us know what kind c«
are able to pay, and we will surely find <t
for you. That Is our business. It don't coat
you a cent.
LARKIN A YOI7XG,
Phones Main 8144, A 8122. 106 8. Broadway.
A snap at $7000, 5-roomed cottage
at 640 Crocker at. Call at 640 CROCK-
ER or STAR ENG. Co.. 822 W. IST.
City Lots and Lands
GOOD BUILDING LOTS— IN COMPTON—
?2.00 dowr.-$2.00 weekly.
Lots 60x165; $400, $2 per week.
No Interest, no taxes; 10 per cent rebate to
builders; llbera' discount for cash. These
lots aro right In town, 2 blocks from P. E.
depot; good soil, level ground; cost you
nothing to seft them.
M. J. DALTON REALTY CO.,
213 K. Fifth street.
FOR SALE-AT ALTADENA, A FINE TRACT
already subdivided into lots, two already
sold, establishing prices; owner %o
sell quick and offers ten acres at a low
figure; land lies fine; magnificent view, near
car line; abundance of pure mountain water.
L. M. PRATT &. CO.. 608 Laughlln bldg.
Hotels and Lodging Houses
WILL BELL 10-ROOM HOUSE. GOOD FUR-
niture. clone in, reasonable rent; no trouble
to keep rooms rented. 908 S. HILL.
Stocks and 3onds
WOMAN'S MINING AND
STOCK EXCHANGE
218 Citizens National Bank Bide
Phones A 1385 Main 8710
If you have stock to sell bring it In.
If you want to buy good stock see our
brokers.
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
TO BUY, BELL OR EXCHANGE PROPERTY
go to HEN WHITE. 304 Bryson block. Second
and Spring streets.
_ PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
DR. OREBN, CLAIRVOYANT, BU3INBBS
totalum. gives lifr readings daily; lent clr-
clss Wednesday eve.. 8 o'clock. 28a. ROOM
It. 118H S. SPRING BT.
MX. LISCHKA.
Medium, palmist, clairvoyant, card reader.
(25 Weat Eftbth street. Iloms phone F6329.
Saint Vincent's
COLLEGE
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Opens Sept. 16.
College, High School
b •:;¦" Preparatory ' .' ¦s.';»s?
Civil Engineering Course. •
Commercial — Shorthand — •
Typewriting. .' .
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
' " Phones: B42o7— Bdwy. 4123. -
; 809 SOUTH HILL ' STREET. 1 '•'
SEPTEMBER' ENROLLMENT ! now 'In prog-
ress. Every 'day the BEST day to enter. T«*
school Is vibrant with life and Inspiration.
NIGHT SCHOOL Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
Call, .write, phone FlB5O, Main 2305. - ', „ J
«r»^** /fllf ml d ':. The Largest Busi-
C~£wf(*™rrl?^ ness College in
BgjZ? 0^ : » b " Jbm ** Los An B ele3.
fi_(r ' OS3-5-7 Went Seventh Street.
LA CONSERVATORY OF
• -T-« MUSIC AND ARTS
13. J. Valentine, Pres. 327*6 S. Spring: St.
Main 4403 . . A 2256
¦ •':' Practica claviers for rent
, , EDUCATIONAL , — \ :
ISI.niIVG'S , RAILWAY AND TBLBO-
RAPH Inat., the only railway school
In California uting , book and , blank*
furnished by railroads, express and commer-
c ial companies; no greater opportunity could
possibly be offered the student. We guaran-
tee position. 821 SO. HILL ST^___
HEALD-S BUSINESS COLLEGE--
- Oldest and largest In California.
814 6. Grand aye. J. W. LACKEY. Mrr.
PERSONALS
Ladies— ask your druggist for chi-
. Chester's pills, the Diamond brand; for I _
years known a* best, safest, always reliable.
Buy of your druggist; take no other. Chlcnec
tor's Diamond brand pill* are sold by drug-
. gists everywhere. . .
LADIES— DR. LaFRANCO'S COMPOUND:
safe, speedy regulator; 25 cents. Druggists or
mail. Booklet free. DR. LaFRANCO, Phlla-
oelphla. Pa. ¦ .
CARPET CLEANING
GREAT EASTERN STEAM CARPET CLEAN-
. ing works, 1117 San Julian. Telephone Broad-
way 4473; Home F6514. Rug cleaning a spec-
ialty. J. BRENTON.
PIONEER CARPET CLEANING WORKS
- Incorporated. W. G. Cllne, president, 715 a..
Olive. Tel. Horn* F2880; Sunset Main 217. ¦
ATTORN EYS.AT-LAW '
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS; NO FEE
Without success. E. P. MOREY, 621 Stlmson,
id and Spring. Phone 8718. Open evening*.
R. J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY,
807 BULLARD BLOCK. • : ' '
MILLINERY
LADIES, WE WILL HAVE ON DISPLAY
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 24 and 25, a
fine assortment of fall hats; you are invited
to be present. 321 O. T. Johnson building,
third floor, Fourth and, Broadway.
LAUNDRIES
SUNRISB^HAND LAUNDRyT~4O7~sR?T'B>
dro et.— Good work guaranteed; moderate
prices. Phone' Main 8176; Home F4223.
GROCERIES
K. B. FIRSICK'B GROCERY, FORMERLY AT
128 W. Fifth street. Is now located at 634 W.
PICO ST. Goods always the beat at right
prices. Pro««»pt delivery. Both phone*. . ¦
COLLECTION AGENCIES 7
HAND IN YOUR BAD ACCOUNTS TO C. E.
POTTS, collector, 209-10 Wilson bldg.. First
and Spring streets; prompt - attention And
returns assured. Phone A 6387, Temple 919.
PIANOS !
PIANOS 3 BOLT ON EASY PAYMENTS—
Pianos rented at low rate*. A. •O. GARD-
NER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd., 118 Winston at.
: Tel Black 2221 Home F318». ¦ ¦ ¦. . ¦ ;
WOMAN DRIVES HEP.
AUTO INTO A CANAL
As Machine Totters on Edge of Wall
the Five Passengers Leap to
Safety— All Hide Their
Identity
TRENTON, N. J., Sept. 23.— Two women,
two m«n and a boy, admitting they were
Philadelphians, but hiding their identity,
were the victims of an accident in which
they narrowly escaped drowning near here
yesterday afternoon. Their automobile
crashed through the guard rails of a
bridge and tumbled into the canal. All of
them jumped out Just in time to save
themselves.
One of the women was driving the car
at the time, and In taking a sharp curve
at the bridge she lost control of the ma
chine. Then the heavy vehicle crashed
through the guard rails, tottered on the
edge of the bridge just long enough for
the five to leap to safety, and then tum
bled overboard.
Rescue of the machine was effected by
calling into service a steam roller at work
on a nearby stone road. The car was badly
damaged and had to be towed to this city
for repairs. The owner concealed his iden
tity by removing all of his license num
bers and by dashing out of town after re
pairs to the car had been made. It is said
however, that the party was composed of
summer residents at Mount Pocono, Pa.
NEW INCORPORATIONS
Columbia Safety Deposit company—Cap
ital stock JIOO.OOO, $1100 paid. n. J. Wa
ters, Edward D. Silent and Horace O.
Smith, directors.
Wiltshire Hotel company— Capital stock
126,000, $150 paid. James A. Moore, Z. H.
Jaman and J. H. Youngr, directors.
The Hammond company— Capital stock
$25,000, $16,000 paid. S. C. Hammond, W.
J. Boycott, Mary Ann Boycott, Arthur
G. Boycott and Daisy M. Boycott, di
rectors.
In the future The Herald will lssu» to sub
ncribera holding six months contracts The
Housekeeper, Instead of the Woman's Home
Companion. The Housekeeper Is preferred by
many of our patrons. It Is brlgbt, full of ex
callsr-.t urtlcltj of enueclal Interest to women.
STEALS GIFT
OF THE POPE
ADMIRATION FOR BROOCH 13
OVERWHELMING
RUSSIAN GIRL YIELD 3TO TEMP.
TATION
Pontiff Gives Diamond. Studded Jewel
to Mrs. Bourke Cockran and Serv.
ant's Admiration for Bauble
Causes Downfall
NEW YORK, Sept. 23.— Because of her
reverencu for a religious picture painted
on a handsome brooch, the property of
Mrs. W. Bourke Cockran, wife of the
congressman, Nellie Wolkowltz, a young
Russian girl, was locked up at police
headquarters to await a requisition from
the Rhode Island authorities.
Last Summer Representative and Mrs.
Cockran paid a visit to Europe, and while
in Rome had an audience with Pope Plus
X. Later the holy father presented to
Mrs. Cockran a handsome brooch made of
gold and surrounded with diamonds, which
contained a beautiful miniature ot a re
ligious subject.
As a matter of course, Mrs. Cockran
valued the gift very highly, and when
ehe returned to this country and went to
Newport, where ehe is now staying, ehe
showed it to her friends/ as her most treas
ured possession, telling over and over
again how it had been presented to her by
the pope and what an omen of good for
tune and blessing ehe felt that it would be
to her all her life.
Mr. and Mrs. Cockran went to stop at
Newcliff house in Newport, and among
the servants there was a. pretty little
(Russian girl, who was a. Roman Catholic.
She frequently saw the brooch in the pos
session of Mrs. Cockran, and admired it
extravagantly, frequently asking that 6he
might hold it in her hand for a closer
view, especially as it had been blessed by
the pope, and ehe felt that its nearness to
her would benefit her from a religious
point of view. These.requests were grant
ed, and Mrs. Cockran is said to have been
pleased at the admiration and reverence
with which the girl viewed the precious
treasure.
One day the brooch disappeared, and
Mrs. Cockran was in great distress.
Search was made for it high and low.
Carpets were taken up, furniture was
moved, and her rooms were turned topsy
turvy in a eearch for the brooch, but It
could not be found.
Then there came a eearch for the little
Russian girl, but she had departed, and
left no trace of where she could be found.
Yesterday afternoon Inspector McCaf
ferty of the uetective bureau received a
message from Chief of Police Crowley of
Newport asking him to go to 168 West
107 th street and look for a little Russian
girl named Nellie Wolkowitz, and if she
had the brooch, which was described in
the telegram, to arrest her, and a requisi
tion would be sent from Newport, where
Mrs. Cockran would appear against her.
Detectives Brennan and Miles were sent
to the address, and last night they found
the girl. Upon being questioned they say
the girl showed them a brooch hanging
by a string around her neck, and that this
brooch answered in every detail the de
scription forwarded.
The girl was taken to police headquar
ters to await the arrival of a warrant
from Newport, and the police said last
night that if It was not forthcoming soon
they would themselves obtain a warrant
against the girl, charging her with bring
ing stolen property into this state.
It is not believed by the police that the
girl took the brooch for its intrisic worth,
as the girl had apparently made no effort
to dispose of it, but that she desired it. be
cause of its religious significance.
FUNNYGRAPHS
"We have left undone the things we
should have done," acknowledged the
fair worshiper.
"It's all right, dear," whispered a
motherly soul in the pew back of htr.
"It's not undone any more. I reached
over and hooked it while you was
standing up."— St. Louis Republic.
She— Sometimes you appear really man
ly and sometimes you are quite effemi
nate. How do you account for it?
He— lt's hereditary, I suppose. One-half
of my ancestors were males and the other
half females.— lllustrated Bits.
Mother-ln-Law— Has the youngr man
who saved my life yesterday called upon
y< Son^in-Law-Yes, indeed, he has al
ready made his apologies.— Fliegende
Blatter.
"Education helps a man to make hia
way in the world."
"Yes," answered the man who al
ways sneers; "there Is no doubt that
a little football experience helps out on
a crowded .street car."— Washington
Star.
Employer— Have you any excuse to
offer lo- speaking so impolitely?
Office Boy— Yes, sir; I forgot that I
wasn't talking over the telephone.
"Your apology is accepted. — Life.
"Father," said the small boy, "what Is
an optimist?" .
"An optimlßt, my son. Is a man who be
lieves the weather bureau when its pre
dictions are favorable and who congratu
lates - himself on its unreliability when
they are not. "-Washington Star. /
"Did Bulger say anything unkind -of
me when he visited you?' ¦-,;''„.:!
"Yes " i said the Boston girl. ,l m
sorry, but .he did. 'j He called , you lan
epidermis."— Judge^.
' Jonah having been swallowed by the
the flat
1 sTinfwf let Te^eezed Into the
spare bedroom and took a snooze.-
Mllwautee .Sentinel. v
i •'•Your daughter Is a skillful perform
er on the piano, is she not? Ju.
• "Yes," '• answered Mr. Cumrox. -. "The
wav she can • play . for hours without
Betting an earache or a sprained, wrist
roves* to me that she's uncommonly
expert."-Washington Star.-
Little Boy— You needn't worry about '
sister and Mr. Poorchap. She doesn't
Ca M 9 other na (mu a ch OUt r ved)-How did
TitKoy-When 1 they are to the
par or alone . she : won't even let : him
Save a chair to himself.-Plck-Me-up.
"Mies Pechis," said Mr. Ttmmid at
the other end of the sofa, "if I were to
throw you a kiss I wonder what you'd
Sa^Well " replied Miss Pechis, "I'd say
you were the laziest man I ever saw."
—Philadelphia Press^
Husband — I wish I had some of those
good, old-fashioned biscuits like mother
used to make for me.
Wife— And I wish I had some of those
nice new-fashioned clothes like father
used to buy for me.— Chicago News.
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