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Very Few People Take More
Than One Morning Paper
THE WEATHER
LOS ANGELES. Nov. 7. 1907.
Time. | Bar. |Ther.|Hum]Wlnd_|VelJ Weather
sa. m. I 29~56 I m"T~mTnk 3 M Clear.
Sp.m.l 29.80 I 64 j 74 | NW | 6 | Cloudy.
Maximum temperature, 73.
Minimum temperature, 65.
Rainfall past 24 hours, trace.
Rainfall for season, 1.19.
Weather Conditions
By Associated Pi ens.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 7. -An area of high
pressure overlies Washington, Oregon and
Idaho, while a slight depression Is central In
Ari.ona, This has caused fair weather on the
Pacific slope except In Utah, Arixona and
Southern California, where It Is cloudy. Light
rain has fallen in Southern Utah. The tem
r«-rature has risen in the Sacramento valley
and remained about stationary In other dis
tricts. Conditions are favorable for fair
¦u-eather Friday In Northern California and
tstoody In Southern California, with showers
In the mountains.
Forecast
For I.ob Angeles and vicinity-Cloudy Friday;
Wr San Francisco and vicinlty-Falr Friday;
light northwest wind.
For Santa Clara. Sacramento nnd Pan Joaquln
valleys— Fair Friday: light north winds.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
BARKER-MICHAELIS-James Barker, age M.
native of lowa and Amy M. Mlchaells, age
19, native of California, both residents of Nor-
walk.
ANDKRSON-CARR— Alfred E. Anderson, age
30 native of Sweden, and Emma M. Carr.
aire 21. native of California, both residents cf
Los Angeles.
KEYEB-MILLER-Ralph W. Keyes, age 31.
native of Michigan, reildent of Tucson. Ariz..
and Myrtle Miller, age 2S. native of lowa,
resident of Lob Angeles.
MARSHALL-MARSHALL— Frank B. Marshall.
age 53 native o* Massachusetts, resident of
Chicago, and Minnie M. Marshall, age 48, na-
• tlvn of New York, reeldent of San Diego.
CHAPMAN-HALTOM— Jonn H. Chapnmu. <-»™
2«, native of California, and Laura Haltim,
aged 23, native of Kansas; both residents of
Los Angeles.
PARKS-BEELEY— Arthur M. Parks, aged 32.
native of Arkansas, and Viola E. Seeley,
aged 35, nativo of Iowa; both residents of
Los Anseles.
DONOHUE-QEDNEY— John H. Donohue. aged
32, native of Illinois, and Martha M. Oednoy,
aged 23, nativo of Iowa; both residents of
BAILEY-BARAGER-Charles E. Bailey, aged
S4, native of Minnesota, and Annie M. Bar-
ager. aged 22. native of Iowa; both resi-
dents of Glendale.
BIRTHS
BOYS
BERL'ME— To Euserro and Josefa Berume, 412
Sixth and San Pedro streets.
BRADDICK— To Wm. and Mary E. Braddick
(nee Ryan), J3OB Griffith avenue.
CURLEY— To Thrw. Brown and Marguerite Em-
ery, 111T West First street.
ECKBRSON— To Frank and Jessie May Ecker-
son, 1321 De Long stre.it.
FISHER— To Caleb Ellis and Grace Fisher
(nee Maile), 3i«. West Forty-second street.
HUELSMAN— To Jno. K. D. and Lela Huels-
man (nee Bare), 714 East Sixth street.
GIRLS
GAZZOLO— To Albert Benjamin and Maud Gaz-
lolo (nee Miller), 217 North Burlington street.
HUBBARD— To L. H. and Maud Hubbard (nee
Miller), 1400 East Eighteenth street.
HUGEE— To Theo. W. and Clara Hugee (nee
Hoppe). 1621 Oak street.
IRONSIDE— To Jno. Allibon and Genevieve
Emily Ironside uiee Frinler), 1360 East Forty-
eighth street.
ROSOS— To Gus and Helen Rosos (nee Laeka),
13 North Clarence.
WRE-I— To G. N. and Virginia Wren (nee
George), Southern home.
WRIDE— To Frank G. and Edith B. Wride
(nee Hidden), 91-! East Adams street.
LARSON— To Ernest A. and Grace M. Lar-
son (nee Dunlai), 715 West Forty-first street.
DEATHS

COLE-Mrs Margaret Ann Cole, age 69 years,
nativo of Canada, H49 East Twenty-first
street; erysipelas.
GARDNER— Jas. C. Gardner, 19 years, single,
native of California. Clara Barton hospital;
exhaustion following hemorrhage from gastric
ulcer.
HARPER— Miss Inez Harper. ?J years, native
of lowa, 128H East Twenty-first street;
phthisis pulmonalls.
JACKSON— Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson. 51 years,
married, native of Pennsylvania. 352 South
Fremont: chronic Interstitial nephritis.
KELLY— Miss Mamie Kelly, age 32 years, sin-
gle, native of Illinois, 1357 Valencia street;
peritonitis; burial at Santa Ana.
POLLOCK— Mrs. Emma Pollock. 44 years, mar-
ried, native of Russia. 840 Birch street; fatty
degeneration of heart.
RlCH— Erasmus Darwin Rich. 66 years, mar-
ried, native of Wisconsin, 661 Gladys avenue:
tuberculosis of lungs and bowels.
VALLER— Mrs Anna Valler. 35 y»ars. divorced,
native of Germany, county hospital; surgi-
cal shock.
FUNERAL NOTICE 3
RlLBY— Veteran Volunteer Fireman associa-
tion notified to attend hte funeral of our late
brother, Thomas Rlley, at 10 a. m. Saturday.
November 9, from Cunningham & O'Connor
parlors, 1031 South Grand avenue.
ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY
Successors to Orr & Hlncs Co. Funeral di-
rectors.
Corner Tenth ana Flower Sta,
Main W: Home F4OTI Lady assistant
UNDERTAKERS AND £MBALMER3
Connell Compnnr. Funeral Directors,
No. 1061 South Grand aye. Tel. Main »4M;
FMU- Mrs. Connell In charge of women and
children.
DEXTER SAMSON CO..
Undertakers, 1133 8. Flower. Home F4SB9. Sun-
— t IMB. Lady assistant. Private ambulance.
CHURCH NOTICES
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST.
Simpson Auditorium, 784 South Hope street.
Services Sunday, 11 a. m. and > p. m. ; ser-
mon from the Christian Science Quarterly;
subject. "Mortals and Immortals." Chil-
dren's Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. : Wednesday
evennlj meeting at 8 o'clock. Reading
rooms, 610-611 Herman W. Heilman build-
ing. Spring and Fourth streets, open dally,
Sundays excepted. from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
MAKE YOUR FACE) YOUNG AND BEAUTI-
fuI. Our special home treatment will do It.
HARRIS INSTITUTE! OF DERMATOLOGY.
147 South Broadway.
FEATHER PILLOWS RENOVATED AT THE
ACME FEATHER WORKS. 768 Ban Pedro
street. Tel. Sunset Main 1168; Home BO4L
MATTRESS MAKING, FE ATHER BEDDING
renovated. GLOBE BEDDING CO.. 633 E.
Fifth street. Main 2936.
CONTRACTORS
THE RIGHT" WAY ToTStJILb' A" "HOmF~
Have it built to suit you and just where
SU want it.
WE BUILD AT CHEAPEST RATES.
Finns and Specifications free.
E. S. WILLIAMSON & CO.,
Designers and Builders,
202-204 Grant hull. ling.
GROCERIES
A. S. FIRSICH'S GROCERY. FORMERLY AT
128 W. Fifth street. Is now located at 834 W.
PICO BT. Goods a! way < the best at right
prices. Prompt delivery Both phones.
PERBONALB
MIBB~HARRIET E. LAMB OF 119 SOUTH
Spring has move . to 667'» S. Hill at., cor. of.
Seventh street.
LAUNDUES
SUNRISE HAND LAUNDRY, 407 SAN PE-
oro street. Good work guaranteed; moderate
prices. Phone Main 3176. Home F42J3.
HERALD WANT ADS. READ BY THE THOUSANDS
• .'/ »ANITARjUMS"
THE FAY-GENERAL • TOILET . PARLORS;
scalp treatment, general massage. Moved
100 C B. Main. - Specialty chiropody. '
,y; BATHS AND MASSAGE '_'.__._
GOLDEN GATE GIVES MANUAL THERA-
peutlc treatments; business men who are
all run down with brain and Indoor; recom-
mended by the best physicians. 656 SOUTH
HILL STREET. | Telephone Main tin.
ISSV4 N. SPRING ST.— ROSENBERO
" baths, massage and magnetlo; three eastern
trained ' operators. - Hours » a. n. to Up.
. m. Home phone A 24 —. • ' __________
THE BEST MASSAGE AND BATH PARLOH
in the. city; lady attendant; eastern ope-
rator. HOTEL EUGENE.. K6H Easl Flrsl
street; room 8. ¦ ¦•- ' - __
BATHS, MASBA3K, MAGNETIC AND OIL
' rubs; . experienced operator and first class
treatments given. Rooms 1 and 7, 610V4 8.
', 6PRINO ST.
MOORE GIVES MAONETIC. VIBRATORY
massage for all-gone, tired feeling; rheuma-
tism. i Office ¦ THE , DORRIB. 707% South
.Broadway.' - . : .¦ '¦:
TRY MY MAGNETIC TREATMENTS: ALSO
the electrlo vibrator, nothing to equal it.
Suite 116-18, 444 4 8. SPRING; Portland hotel.
THB LEWIS— MAGNETIC TREATMENTS
for ' good ¦ circulation, chiropody. M 634V4 8.
Broadway suite 14. Patronage very select.
VIBRATION. ALCOHOL, OIL MASSAGE,
shampooing; face and scalp treatment. Hours
10 to 10. 284 E. FIFTH ST.. room 6. '
CALL AT 245V4 S. SPRING (THE GLENN),
suite 26, for first class manicuring; also
bath and massage by competent operator. .
FOR A SHORT TIME WE MAKE A SPE-
clal rate of 60c for the best bath in the city.
ROOM 7, 610 V. S. SPRING ST.
SULPHUME. VAPOR. ELECTRIC AND TUB
baths, massage and chiropody. 701% S.
BROADWAY. Phone Main 3133.
THE ANNEX, 309 W. TEMPLE ST.. UNDER
new management; best of patronage. TEL.
A 6076; 9a. m. to 11 p. m. . ¦
REMEMBER THE NUM.BER. 615% SOUTH
' SPRING ST..' room 8. SanlUry baths, 600.
YOU ARE NOT HURRIED FOR BATHS AND
massage at 12S TEMPLE ST.. room 28; best
of patronage; no signs; assistant.
BATH AND MASSAGE, TUB BATHS, MAO-
netlc treatments and alcohol rubs. 818 S.
BROADWAY; no signs. '
321 SOUTH HILL ST.-TUB AND VAPOH
baths and massage for colds, rheumatism and
nervousness.' Op«n every day.
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANKLIN ST..
room 6. Baths and massage. New attendant.
FOR GOOD TUB AND VAPOR BATHS GO
to 738% S. GRAND AYE. Phone 6660. .
NEWLY OPENED MANICURING PARLORS.
563% S. BROADWAY. Ring house bell.
BPECIAL NOTICES
STETSON HATS^TTSo— YOXJIT OLD
Stetson or any hat of good material remod-
eled for $1.50. FLICKER HAT WORKS, 311
Franklin. Main 1857; Home F49M.
EUY HERE AT FACTORY PRICES. BIG
assortment. Umbrellas recovered and made
to order. 117 W. FOURTH ST., new HeU-
man building. '-y, i/j
ELK-SKIN SHOE FACTORY. MAKERS OF
all . styles in elk-sktn thoes. and special
orders. $2 to $6; line repairing. 206 W. 7TH.
1000 NICELY PRINTED BUSINESS CARDS,
$1.60, In boxes: other printing In proportion..
E. J. ELSON CO.. 121% South Broadway.
FAMOUS HAIR GROWING . TREATMENT
for baldness, . falling hair, dandruff and all
scalp diseases. MENDELL, 446 8. Hill st.
~ LOS ANGELES TAILORING CO.
Latest ' styles in inn'i tailor made
snlts. 2SO East Fifth st., :
PAPERING. $2.75; ROOM PAINTING, $1.50;
tinting, $1.85. Tel. E3646. Sunset Temple 217.
F. B. BROWN. 1910 Temple street. '
CLEAN WATCH, 60c; MAIN SPRINGS. 6Oo;
warranted. Old cold $1 pwL 461 S. MAIN ST.
PIANOS y ¦
PIANOS
ONE PRICE ECONOMIC SYSTEM OF
6ELLING PIANOS. THE COMMISSION
AND EXPENSES SOMETIMES PAID i A
PIANO AGENT WOULD SATISFY US AS
A PROFIT. NO AGENTS. NO HOUSE TO
HOUSE CANVASSERS. NO HEAVY
RENTS AND EXPENSES. NO ANNOY-
ING SOLICITATIONS; NO FANCY PRICES.
NO MISREPRESENTATIONS OF VALUES.
NO SPECIAL SALES (SELLS) OF NEW
PIANOS. • NO PRETENDED DISCOUNTS.
NO PRESENTS OF "LESSONS." CHECK.
BONDS, ETC. SIMPLY LOW PRICES ALL
THE TIME. PIANOS TUNED, REGU-
LATED AND REPAIRED.
CHAS. A. PROCTOR, 118 WEST PICO
PIANOS SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS —
Pianos rented at low rates. A, O. GARD-
NER PIANO HOUSE. Ltd., 118 Winston
street. Tel. Black 2221; Home FBlB9.
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
RAYMOND IVES BLAKESLEE. PATENT,
trade-mark and copyright soliciting and liti-
gation. Expert methods based on long train-
ing and practice in New York city. Connec-
tions east and abroad. 204 MASON OPERA
HOUSE) BLDG., 127 S. Broadway (opposite
Chamber of Commerce), Los Angeles. Phone
Home A 7212.
HOMED A 8252— L. A. TRUST BUILDING,
Becond and Spring streets.
' HARRY A. BROOKS,
United States and Foreign Patents.
, Preliminary examinations.
G. B. HARPHAM GETS PATENTS; INVEN-
tlons financed; 26 years' experience. 411 S.
Main. R. 484. Patent litigation.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COLY—A.R WARUHOUbE CO.,
415-417-419 San Pedro street.
, Main office 324 South Main.
Phones Main 1117; Home 2164. New and ab-
solutely fireproof storage; private locked
rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos, fine furniture,
etc. ; trunks, boxes, etc., stored, 26c to 600
per month. We solicit your patronage.
CARPET CLEANING
GREAT EASTERN STEAM CARPET CLEAN-
Ing works,' 1117 San Julian. Tel. Broadway
473; Home F6514. Rug cleaning a specialty.
J. BRENTON.
_______________________
PIONEER ' CARPET CLEANING WORKS,
incorporated. W. G. Cllne, president, 715 3.
Olive. TeL Home F2880: Sunset Main 217.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
OPENING — EXCELLENT CHANCE FOR
good, reliable man that is good . courteous
worker, to buy for $1250 half Interest in one
of the best established business firms in
| Center Loa Argeles, near here, handling,
selling, exchanging all kinds high class prop-
erties, renting cottages, fiats, offices; orange,
lemon, walnut groves; hotels, restaurants,
stores, houses, factories, and i fire Insurance
business. If you have the cash and ' want
to buy In - business opening where you are
daily dealing with best class of people, com*
see PHOENIX. 202 and 204 Grant bldg.
FOR SALE-A HALF INTEREST IN A
business for a few hundred dollars; a pay-
ment down and the balance can be paid out
of the business; ¦no : money required > until
proved satisfactory; it will clear $26 per day;
no great amount of experience required; you
must be honest, as you have o help manage
the business. . If , you are looking for a bUßl-
ness, don't overlook this. - ROOM 8, 316 South
Broadway. ____
•¦HE THAT HATH A TRADE HATH AN EB-
1 tate."— Franklin. - '.
' t Learn plumbing, "' plastering, ' bricklaying,
' electricity, etc. - UNION SCHOOL OF
' TRADES. 120-128 East Ninth street. ¦
BARBER SHOP— MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE,
established three ( years; . 16c . shaving: . will
aell at cost; sickness, r Opposite Pico Heights
;' postofflce. . ¦,:,,.; ,; Y . "-.;.; »;./,>. .'.... :
FOR . RESTAURANT -'. WITH FIVE
I new furnished rooms; rent $38 for flat and
restaurant: long lease. 4 408% TEMPLE ST.
WANT GROCER. BUTCHER, RESTAURANT,
f . druggist ito : open i stores 1615 . E. -. TWF-NTT-
• FIFTH, corner Watta local car. •¦• ¦> ¦;
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FIUDAY MOKNIXC, NOVEMBER 8, 1907
1 - IN - 88 OPPORTUNITIES
TELEPHONE MAN 2806; F4631. \
LEAHY St SON,
, Leading Agents.
¦ . ¦•. .¦¦¦ . ¦- i»: . ¦, ; - i
Rooms 314-315, Severance building/ Sixth and'
. Main streets.
•U ALL NO
That LEAHY SON aro the leading busi-
ness chance agents, and . If you are looking
for a good business and do not see
LEAHY _ SON
It Is like visiting Los Angeles without see-
ing the chamber of commerce and other Im-
portant points of Interest. We handle every
. good, legitimate proposition that is for sale.
If a party has a placo for salo thu first thing
he docs is to list It with
; LEAHY _ SON.
Look over ¦ our proposition and if you do
rot find what you are looking for come up
and have a short chat with us, and if we
do not have what you are looking for we'll
get it, and at very short notice, too. It we
can't then it is not on top of tho earth.
Kemember,
LEAHY & SON
ARE THE
LEADING BUSINESS CHANCE AGENTS.
/ . .
GROCEHIES
A fine little grocery on South Main street,
: doing a big business; will sell at lnvolcl-
price; receipts average from SOO to $76 v
day; horse, waton and harries* In _oou
- condition.
A fine grocery in the best part of the city,
doing a business of $40 per day. Feed and
. fuel , business in connection. Two horses and
, good wagon. A bargain to a quick uush
buyer; $1700, or will invoice.
Grocery and provision store, located . in su-
burban town; saleß average $140 a day; sell
goods in large quantities to mining camps
¦ and orangu packers. Has been established
long time. This is a bargain of a life time
. to step lato a;i established business with no
bonu- to pay.
A grocery and confectionery, located In the
¦ southwest part of town doing good business
ot $300 a week; rent only (3l>; 6 living rooms
upstairs; nice soda fountain, good cream
' business: horse and new wagen. Cwnur in
other busiiitos and must leavv town.
- ' RESTAURANTS
- - We have a 40-acre dairy ranch with 40 fine
milch cows, one Jersey bull, about 20 tons
hay, horses and wagons, and all other uten-
Bils required to carry on the dairy busi-
ness. This will reuuire about I— uv. -cc
LEAHY <-. SON.
" Restaurant, centrally located, doing a fine
: business, from W to $110 a day; large din-
Ing room, kitchen and back yard; 68 stools
and 2 tables; $2000 required; owner In ill
health . causo of celling.
BAKERIES AND DELICACIES
$3000 I will » take one of the best money-
making bakeries In the city; doing a $60-a-
ilay business, with immense future; rent $35,
with 5 year:,' lease. Owner will sell build-
ing also. '
A good paying bakery for $550. will invoice
$S00; centrally located, doing a $15 a day
business; a new oven and plenty of all kinds
ol baking utensils; everything ready for
delicacy except cook; owner sick and must
quit baking business.
. One of best located delicatessen stores In
city, on West Sixth street; doing an excel-
lent business; everything sultod for business;
' a chance to step into a good business; no ex-
perience necessary except to be a good cook;
. uricu $800.
MEAT MARKETS
Meat market, grocery and fruit store, lo-
cated In central part of city; receipts aver-
age $100 a day; good lease: $3500 required, or
will sell half interest to an acceptable party
tor $1750. A snapl . ¦_
A meat market on the busiest street of the
southwest; tke receipts average $50; lease for
two years and very cheap rent for such a
place. This unusual bargain Is offered to
the public tor $750; now is your chance.
|) ROOMING HOUSES
Rooming and apartment house, centrally
located; cheap rent and a good lease; clears
$100 a month; all rooms filled: there are
twenty 2-room suites and twenty single
rooms; price $3000; might consider part casb.
An excellent little 10-room rooming house
in the southwest, clearing $50 a month abqve
expenses; all filled; cheap rent, with lease;
owner will sell for the low price of $800. See
Leahy & Son. > ' ,'. •
Good money making transient rooming
house, 22 rooms, located nn Broadway; clear-
| Ing $95 to $120 a month; cheap rent; two
years' lease, and a good placo . to mako
money; price $15U0.
CIGAR STANDS
For sale, an up-to-date cigar stand, right
in the heart of business district; all high-
class trade; $1100 to an acceptable party.
An excellent little cigar store, centrally lo-
cated, $225; doing an $8 to $10 a day busi-
ness; come and let us show it to you.
A good $750 . cigar stand, clearing $120 a
month, with better prospects ahead; do not
fail to Investigate this bargain. : . . ¦
MISCELLANEOUS
One of Los Angeles' finest billiard parlors
' with large stock of cigars and tobacco; profits
. for last year $6500. and business increasing
all the time. Owner refused $20,000 In cash
short time ago, but now that he Is compelled
to leave owing to death In family will sac-
rifice for $10,000.
An up-to-date and well established mil-
linery store doing an average business of
$(25 a month; open for the closest investi-
gation; at invoice price, about $1200; owner
has good reasons for selling; rent $55; if
you are looking for this kind of a place
It Is here you will find a bargain.
We have sixty shares of valuable Btock in
a fine little plant that's . exceedingly well
managed: It paid over 30 per cent on the
price asked for the stock last year, and
will earn a larger dividend this year; will
require $4500; call and get details.
For sale— ln the best town In Southern Cal-
ifornia, close to Los Angeles, a fine furniture
store, located in the best part of town; stock
on hand will Invoice $6500; outstanding ac-
counts on the installment plan $4500; good
leaso and low rent; big money for purchaser.
We have 40-acrc dairy ranch with 40
fine milk cows, one Jersey bull, about 20
tons hay, horses and wagons and all other
utensils required to carry on the dairy
business; this will require about $2500.
Boarding and livery stable in southwest;
' 79 atalls and 40 boarders; 16 horses, carriages,
. runabouts, cabs, In fact everything neces-
sary to carry on livery business; clears
about $600 month; owner sick and will sell
for $8000.
A well established tea and coffee business,
- spices, extracts and baking powder; routes all
¦over city; 5 horses, suited to business, and
good wagons; clears $225 a month; will teach
purchaser business and show him over routes;
price $1850.
1 Hardware, plumbing and tinning store in a
near by town: owner has cleared for years
a handsome profit; will sell for $4000 or In-
voice.
Hatting, dyeing and cleaning, $300; located
In best town around Los Angeles; receipts
average $180 per month; best bargain on our
books. '
WANTED— • \ . • "": '• -
We ari> having ho many calls for cigar
stands j that . we cannot supply the demand;
list your place with us Immediately If It Is
for sale. :. > ¦
WANTED— '- . ..¦'/.¦ ¦:'--:¦. '.:¦
. '. We have three good clients waiting for us
to find them a book and ' stationery store;
I have you such a business, and do you want
to sell it? List It with us today.
FOR EXCHANGES „»' -
,"/¦••¦ ' .'¦ See '„:¦ ... :-, ' . ¦ ¦ .
RICHARDSON, /the "Swap tlnn."
After trying other agents* ,
aStutlS?.!.".- wltbout success, '¦ consult V . ¦
LEAHY _ SON. Sixth and Main streets. '
, Our Daily Hint
, XII.
Though "nuvkcrn" are born every minute.
They soon learn tbat there's nothing In It, .
And having grown wine, fney noon rciilize
(''artune'H waym, and the wny they run win it.
Kakc ads are the bait they don't care for,-
Tney want honest chance*, and therefore
Your buHlncsn will thrive If you arc alive
To our Wnnt Ailw. their vnlne nnd wherefore.
WANTED
Help, Male
Red Cross
Employ ment
Agency
134 East Secoiid street.
Main SB2O . Home A.7650
WE FUHNISII RELIABLE HELP
OF ALL KINDS. CALT, C*
OS FOR ALL HBI,- AND
WORK. WE HAVE ONFI ">-"
IH" -<RO"T SELECTIONS
OF HELP A"'" WOP" '
•'-¦- ¦ )
IN THE CITY
Hotel and restaurant help too num-
erous to mention. Call and see our
billboards.
HANSEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
C. W. JENKB - CO., 204 Eaat Second
street, Los Angeles, Cal. Both phones: Home
A 4869; Main 363.
Carefully selected male and female help of
all descriptions and nationalities furnished
promptly. . * . .
WANTED-DO YOU WANT TO JOIN A PAR-
ty of Investors In a grand, good proposition;
100 per cent profit guaranteed in less than 6
months or money refunded; safe, Bolid secur-
ity for your money; amounts of $500 to $5000
accepted? Address BOX 411, Herald.
WANTED-MAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF
manage fine paying cigar stand on Main St.,
who can furnish $200 cash bond; this po-
sition will pay >ou $110 monthly: owner of
stand, 702 South Spring street, room 209. ': j
PERFORM THE ACTUAL WORK AND MAS-
ter a trade In four to six months. Plumbing,
plastering, bricklaying, electricity, • etc. day
.or night classes. UNION BCHOOL OF
TRADES, 120-12* East Ninth St. ¦¦¦¦-.-
WANTED— ACTIVE MAN FOR POSITION OF
trust with local corporation; an investment
of a few thousand dollars required; salary
$200; position permanent and high clas*.
BOX 413, Herald. . >>_ .
WANTED-AT ONCE ' CARRIERS TO TAKE
CHARGE OF ROUTES ON THE LOS AN-
GELES HERALD. APPLY CIRCULATION
DEPARTMENT BETWEEN 9 A. ' M. AND
6 P. M. TUESDAY. . ¦ .
WANTED— RELIABLE MAN TO MANAGE
business, collect money; pays $125 monthly;
n experience necessary; investment and ref-
erence required. Address BOX 420, Herald.
WANTED-10 BOYS WITH WHEELS, SALA-
ry $8 to $16 a week; steady easy work; also
6 boys to work after school. 636 CENTER
PLACE. ' Phono F2BlB. Main 2661.
600 MEN WANTED— N. BROADWAY HAT
factory. Be wise: don't buy new hat; your
old remodeled like new by experts, 60c up.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE. SlTU-
atlons guaranteed. MOLER SYSTEM COL-
LEGE. 113 East Second street
Help, Female
WANTED-STENOGRAPHER, ALSO BALES-
women and house ,to house demonstrators;
salary. Apply room 427, Copp bldg.' HYGIE-
NIC FOOD CO. . __________
WANTED— GIRL OR JAPANESE BOY TO DO
cooking and downstairs work in small family;
wages {25 or $30, and do washing. Phone
Ho.ne EIUB6.
WANTED— FOR PLEASANT HOME
work; experience unnecessary; good pay. Ad-
dress BOX 470, Herald. :, • .. ' '
WANTED— LADIES TO SELL AND DEMON-
strate complexion remedies. Phone MRS.
. GRAHAM, C 940» Home.
A— WANTED— ADVERTISING SOLICITOR ON
HERALD. Call 9 a. m. Monday. HERALD.
WANTED— PANTS FINISHER. $12 A WEEK.
134% N BPRING, room 24. . -
: ' Situations, Male
¦ .___ ' ¦ ¦ ¦• . '¦ - ji_ _. . -
wanted--a position BY -A young MAN
with 18 years' experience In a real estate and
insurance offict in 'the east; resigned on ac-
count of health. What can you offer in the
way of work? BOX 408, -Herald.
WANTED-SITUATION BY CARRIAGE AND
automobile ¦ painter, ' first-class striper anil
finisher. FRED* LINDENKRENZ. room 33,
The Carlton, corner Kohler and Wildo sts.,
Los Angeles. , ¦ ' . .
WANTED— YOU MAN ATTENDING UNI-
Torslty. work of any kind after school hours
_nd Saturdays. Address 506 E. . 35TH ST.
Tel South 6131 ¦ ; ¦¦ ' . . . .
WANTED — SITUATION BY ENGINEER
holding U. 8. inspector's license; understands
refrigeration, caa engines, etc. Address BOX
40, Herald. ,' : • . ¦
TWO EXPERT CHAUFFEURS AND - MA-
chlnlsts, lust arrived from the east. Ad-
dress room .1, 1006 S. MAIN ST. ' ' ¦ '¦¦¦¦¦
SITUATION AS JANITOR OR CARE OF PRl-
vate groundß. JOHN WRIGHT, 824 W. Tem-
ple, room 21. -¦ .',-.-¦. ¦ . ¦
Real. Estate
WANT TO . BUY HOUSE AND LOT OR
pleco land; will assume your mortgage and
give you lots, land in Hollywood or Monro-
via and copper stock for your equity. What
have you goo^ to exchange at once? See
PHOENIX, 202 Grant bldg. ..¦¦¦¦-¦¦
Miscellaneous ' ' '
WANTED ¦ - TO BUY „ FURNITURE - ; AND
housrhold goods. I If you are going to sell we
will | pay ' you one-third I more I than I others.
Phone us. Main 1117; Home 2164. COLYEAR
FURNITURE CO.. 222 South j Main atreet. ' ,
HOMELESS « CHILDREN ,'. RECEIVED .i AND
placed In homes for adoption.". Apply. Rev.
•; O. V. - Rice, auperlntendent ' Children's! Home
society, 334 Bradbury building, Los Angeles.
WANTED
Situations, Female
WANTED- A COLORED GIRL WANTS 3lTU-
¦ation' an lm!rur<6slng, massage and mani-
curing, by"ila>""wee'k S or month. 5244 LONG
BEACH AYE. hone Broadwny 3292.
WANTED— REMUNERATIVE rOSITK >N BY
refined, educatfd widow of neat appeirance;
would accept ixisltlon as companion. Ad-
dress BOX 451. Herald.
WANTED- POSITION OF SOME KIND BY
young lady, .preferring 'office work or private
exchange; cxpti lenced. ' Address BOX 454,
. Herald. -¦ '¦ ' ¦ • * v ¦ -
FOR RENT .
. Furnished Apartments
FOR RENT — MODERN HOUGEKEEPING
apsrtments. furnished complete; new. the
Dlcest, neatest to be found anywhere, and at
the lowest rent; phone, bath, gas range, hot
. water, pleasant yard and flowers. These
apartments are specially ventilated, sunny,
very homelike and neat. Oo and see them. You
. will like them. No car fare: walking distance.
$18-812 West Fourth street .
$16—331 South Figueroa street
$18—1137 V,>s* First street.
¦ $14-113 i West First street.
812—1141 West First etreet.
$14— 1O North Beaudry avenue.
$12— 102) Colton street.
• $12.50— 204 North Fremont avenue.
$18—218 North Fremont avenue.
' $11-911 Diamond street
$10-83 ii Crocker street ' ... '„ .
14—1003 East Ninth street.
$14—1011 Ba< Ninth street.
$10— 2309H E. Ninth, 2-room flat, unfur.
T. WIESENDANGER. »07 S. Bdwy. Main 2043.
. ¦. . ' Houses -
CALL TODAY. MOVE TOMORROW
¦22 — 7 rooms, IS7O East Adams. -
— 6 rms., inee Adams, Hooper car.
¦10, — Cottaa-ea, 1542 E. Adams. .
$15— 2120 Court sit., 5 rooms. ' ' ' .
Flats
B"OR RENT— FLATS. NICELY AR-
ranged, never occupied; prett/ grounds; nice
place to live; get close In.- 1312 MAPLE AY.
•.¦¦.'¦ ' ¦-*¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ Rooms . :\ ¦.':,>.
FOR RENT— FIRST-CLASS ROOMS; NEW
house. "The Fort." 311 California at Broad-
way, block from courthouse; gentlemen only.
Rooms — Furnished
FOR RENT-SEE THIS-ONE NICE LARGE
sunny, furnished front room ; electricity and
bath. ' 666 NORTH HILL ST. ¦ ' . ' '
*v Stores and Officer; -
TO LET— FRONT OFFICES. TWO OR FOUR,
ground floor; excellent location. Broadway,
Chamber of Commerce building. Inquire
Herald. :
STORES, $8, flR — E. 25TH, COR-
in r. Watts local car. SIDDALL, 207
Copp bldg. ¦ - - ¦¦ ,i
CLAIRVOYANTS
MIIBUIRN the SEER
PERMANENT
~X /AND RELIABLE
The man who Is always here. He says
what he does and does what he fays. Reads
your life like an open book, from Infancy to
old age. ¦ '
SPECIAL READINGS
50c.. 50c
428— SIXTH ST— ,
Corner of Olive, Opposite
Central Park
* mmeTannuve ...
The wonderful clairvoyant. Her mental,
visions cover all . distance. .
PSYCHIC, PALMIST, ASTROLOGIST. '
1 SPECIAL READINGS THIS WEEK '
. . ; / ... 50C ¦
Mme. Annuve Is matching and making many
happy marriages possible.
THE ROSSMORE. 416 W. Sixth street. .
"physicians
Cancers and " Tumors
No knife, no blood, no danger. Prices the
¦ lowest and treatment the . best. - INVESTI-
GATE: It will pay you. ' ,
California Cancer Cure
761 W. Sixteenth at Phone West M 69. ..¦ '. .
DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCESSFULLY
treat all female diseases and Irregularities;
10 - years' experience, consultation free.
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 1J
a. m. ?04 MERCANTILE PLACE, over 543
South Spring street. : ' • .'
E L. HORTON. M.D., PHYSICIAN AND
surgeon. Women and children's diseases.
: Epileptic Fits and Rlu-umntlain.
418 South Hill street. Office hours 1 to I
p. m. Main 1248; Home A 6706. -.;.'•
MRS. LAIYOU,, SPECIALIST: ALL FORMS
female diseases; prompt relief: advice I tres.
«1» B. SPRING ST., rooms 27 and »¦¦¦;•.¦¦?
DR. ; INES! ; DECKER - 702 "8. ¦» SPRING ST.,
obstetrics. ' Hours 10 to S. Room 222. t Phon*
. Temple 199. ',' ;. ¦ ¦••' • ¦ . j . •¦.. :.: • . .¦".•'.¦ P .•;; .
DR. ' TAYLOR^ FEMALE ' PHYSICIAN . AND
i obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER,' Main st. ¦
1 ' PALMISTS AND;M-DiUM3 J> ;'.
DR. "'. GREEN. CLAIRVOYANT. VBUSINESB
B medium, > gives life . readings dally; I test | clr-
* eles Wednesday evening I o'clock, 2Sc ROOM
•. 16. ; lUVi .' SOUTH . SPRING ; _T. '¦' ' ; - ;,
J . 'FOR BALE J^JJ^.
Houses , /
FOR SALE—
1 NEW, MOPERN HOMES
Wo aro constantly building new modern
cottages and \ bungalows on our two tracts,
and are selling them at our special
DISCOUNT pri<ses
There Is no let-up In the demand for them;
Are selling them as fast as they are com-
plotoil; -will build to suit you qn any lot In
either tract. '. ¦ • •
SMALL CASH" PAYMENT
Balance monthly, . including interest.
Our special discount lasts until November
30 only. ... ¦ , ,i .
Sco us about our Bpccial
HOME CERTIFICATE PLAN.
LOS ANGELES ,
INVESTMENT COMPANY
37 s. Hill St.
' Main 2245. . ' ' ' ABllB.
• Member L. A. ¦ Realty Board.
Largest Co-optTatlvc Building Company In
America. • " , ,
FOR SALE— I6O CASH, 3-ROOM HOUSE ON
lot 60x160; price $660; balance easy terms.
5760 will buy 3-room house on fine lot 50x
150; lawns and flowers; on easy terms; lot
wor'h the money; one block from 5o car fare.
5250 cash, 4-room bungalow, plastered, bath
and toilet, lawn and flowers, on car line;
balance easy terms. .t. t - . '.
JlO cath, balance $5 per month, w'lll buy
fine level lot 50x279; price $3SO.
Take Fast First street ca>r; cet off at Row-
v^ an avenue. Office on corner, . '
- y . ANDERSON & HORMBY.' ! '
Phone Boyle 744; Main 41441. 4101 E. First «t.
• S. D. MOORE & CO., . . '
REAL ESTATE AND MINES.
412 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
FOR SALE— BARGAINS FOR THE WEEK—
Brooklyn Heights— Healthy. ¦; •
$1800— Modern new house, close to car;' ¦
1400 down, balance monthly. ¦
$1260— 4 rooms, fenced lot; street work;
' . $76 down, $10 month. ,
$900—2 rooms, furnished ; nice lot;
$76 down, $10 month. ¦'¦•¦'»
$976 — 4 rooms, close in; : .
$126 down, balance $12 month.
A. B. C. CO.,
Brooklyn and Evergreen avenues. Boyle 1102.
FOR HOUSES— H •
• -I WiLLC. PRATKER. •
IN THE SOUTHWEST. GOOD NEIGH-
BORHOOD: 6-ROOM, MODERN NEW
HOUSE. IF YOU HAVE REFERENCES
'$300 CASH WILL BUY THIS: THE BAL-
ANCE EASY TERMS. ALTOGETHER THB
SACRIFICE PRICE IS $2650. CONSIDER-
ABLE LESS THAN WORTH.
WILL C. PRATHER & CO.,
Suite 618-20, Grant building.
FOR SALE ' • 1 '
\ $2100. «000 ilnv. ii.
for a 5-rooin atrlctly modern cottages
lot SOxISO, on A atreet In Edendale.
Thla is a Kood bay. See
' . OSCAR B. SMITH, ' .
313.814 O. T. Johnson . Bids'.
FOR SALE—
' . A SNAP. •« '
. ' $100 down, $20 month. 6 and 6 room modern
. new cottage, southwest, near car line: see
about these : today. Own a home. GEO. 8.
ROBINSON & CO., '101H S. Broadway. ,
FOR SALE--* V
' R-room beautiful cottage on finest
street in Edendale. .
Lot 50x125.
Tee OSCAR .11. SMITH.
.313-314 O. T. Johnson Bldg;.
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD?
i « We have a complete line of artistic plans
to select from, or will prepare some tn suit
ynur Ideas. Estimates furnished free. Work
taken by contract or percentage.
•¦' E. S. WILLIAMSON & CO.,
¦:¦'. , : Drilfrners and Builders, '
.-•..'¦ 202-204 Grant building.
$13,000, MORTGAGE $3000-35 .ACRES AT AR-
tesln; house, barn, 6 flowing wells, large res-
ervoir; nlfalfa, -25 cattle (10 milch cows). 12
hogs, chickens, Implements, tools, etc. | This
Is a first-class property; will exchange for
city. • „'.-¦.¦•
WELSHANS & COLE,
' .-.':¦ 434 South Hill st: ¦
FOR 15-ROOM COTTAGE, MOD-
ern, - nicely furnished. large bath,
pined Ttrlth hot and cold water) lot
Boxl_o| street graded, cement vvnlki:
$2100, $1)00 down or will take lot for
nbout $500. SHAY, l".l 8. Broadway.
FOR SALE— . GOOD INVESTMENT, $3200,
half • cash ; modern 6-room house, gas and
' electric lights, with 6-room California housit
in rear; is rented: at $32 per month. Apply
to OWNER. 720 GANAHL , ST., Brooklyn
heights; phone Boyle 1404. • .
¦ HERE IS A SNAP — SEE OWNER
2129 Court at., near Alvarado st.
5 rooms), ' lot 40x160 (Temple car).
§2000 1 $100 down, or $1700, $700 down.
FOR SALE— .' : ~~ : ' *~ T~~ ~
. A snap at $7000. s>roomed cottage
at 640 Crocker nt. Call at 640 CROCK
ER or STAR ENO. Co.. 322 W. IST. \
FOR SALE— . HALF CASH; NEW 6-
. room house, large, level corner lot. high
ground. Apply to OWNER, 720 GANAHL
ST., Brooklyn heights; phone Boyle 1404.
$675 DOWN. BALANCE MONTHLY—
modern cotlage, Pico Heights. Come and see.
183 CAHUENGA ST., West 1502.
* Country Property '
Land. Office
$>| per acre for surveying and locating
I on good valley land in Los Angeles
county. ' .."s ; ,.¦ ¦ \
$^_-v,per acre up for relinqulshment of
y choice locations of good level . valley
J_4 land In Los Angeles county.'. .'
EXCURSION SATURDAY, ROUND TRIP
. fare $3.50. Talk with •'¦¦ \ -
EDWARD SCHERMAN. .¦
62S Citizens . National Bank building.
¦ - „¦,¦•; Third, and Main. .
lIPIANDS-ONTARIO. $90 PER ACRE WITH
deeded water piped. SIDDALL. Copp bldg.
• '' Suburban Property „ '..
FOR SALE— ALTADENA. ACRE LOTS,
.$6OO each; $50 down and $10 a month; .good
soil, fine view; elevation 1350 feet; abundance
of pure mountain water. , L. M. PRATT St
I CO., 608 Laughlln bldg., 'or Altadena office
.¦at. end of car line. ,
FOR SALE— GLEN DORA-$260 PER ACRE.
¦ BIDDALL. Copp bldg.. H. Frasler. Olendors.
Buburban "Property— Hollywood
FOR SALE— .'•¦' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ . ¦ •.-.'¦.
'¦ . .' A HANDSOME . HOME ;
Just what you have been looking for. '.A
> ¦ beau-tl-f almost '¦ new, modern, ¦, ten_roora
home, ; with near an acre of lovely grounds,
' In : the i heart J of ¦ Hollywood, : just . north ¦ of
-De ; Longprc's; .\, the :' owner will sacrifice Vr if
'sold soon. Call on premises or Home 'Phone
¦i E7288. • Second ; house • noi th ¦ of : Franklin, i be-
tween Wlleox and Whltley. No. 324 GRACE
•'' AYE., or 505 Union : Trust bldg., > Los Ange-
les.
Who Seldom See Either of
the Other Morning Papers
800 S. Hill St. ' FIBBO. Mnln 2305^ \~
!rOT n^__StJWL The I - arePSt Busl *
Ow ' 033-B-7 West Seventh Sireet. |
LA t CONSERVATORY OF
• _¦_„ MUSIC AND ARTS
E. J. Valentine, Pres. 327 V. ¦. Spring Bt.
Main 4403 >• >.'.-f ... • A 6"
'¦ ¦ Practice claviers for rent '
EDUCATIONAL
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE— '
' Oldest and largest In California. -
814 8. Grand aye. J. W. LACKEY. Mjrr.
'; ' MUBICAL INSTRUCTION '.
VIOLIN AND MANDOLIN TUITION. LES-
sons given at own or pupil's residence; terms
moderate: latest methods. PROF. H. MIL-
LETT, 1104 Santa Monica aye., Los Angeles. i
",, ' -FOR. SALE \ ¦ ¦¦^-.¦"¦.'¦V'
City Lots and Lancia
FOR SALE — NEARLY THREE ACRES, .'
cast front, on Western aye.. one block from
Melrose aye.. 6c fare; over Seventh st. car
lino to this property by January 1, ¦
It wlllmako 1? large lots
And a bargain at $7600. •„,,.
Lots across . street selling • .
At from $1000 t.. $1500. .'.'.¦ ' . ' • . •
See HARRY T. SMITH, with
MINES & FATIISH, 315 S. Hill. ", ¦ '
Orange Grovea ( .;
Orange Growers 9 Quito
Just forming. Join now. : Land bought at
wholesale prices. ¦ Work done at wholesals ;
prices. Trees at. wholesale prices. Money
sav<d at every corner. .. ; •• ¦ .
For full particulars see
J. B. ELMORE. 402 Pacific Electric bldg.. '
Los Angeles. Cal. F4824. Main 6093.
FOR ¦ SALE-VALENCIA GROVE OF ; TEN
acres In the Placentia-Fullerton district;
good condition, rich loamy soil; frostless lo-
cation; price $15,000, Including $6000 crop.
. The best buy In the district; L. M. VRATT .
¦ & CO.. 608 Laughlln building. "Headquarters .
for Orange Grovea." ¦¦"'.¦•• _
Land Scrip ": /:
FOR SALE 7S ACRES ¦ FINE FRUIT . '
land northeast of Delano; $35 : acre. "¦
SHAY, 111 S. Brondway.
Hotels and Lodging Homes
FOR SALE— ROOMING HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS.
Low rent; price $550. PHONE A 6347.
¦ • Stocks and 3onda ' i
¦ ¦¦: ¦¦'¦•: ¦ • • BUY '•.'¦¦¦ „¦.¦;,:' ; ~" "'
NEVADA GENERAL GOLD, $3 PER ¦ 1009
shares. CHAS. M. FRYB & SON. mining in-
vestments, 236. Mason building. •"•* ;*< »• •¦ *'-' '
FOR EXCHANGE
¦'¦ : . ¦¦... Real EsUU ,;.:•,"..;«;;¦¦ '
TO BUY. SELL OR EXCHANGE PROPERTY '.'
go to BEN WHITE. 304 Bryaon block. Secon-J
and Spring streets. . \ \ ¦:•¦.' ¦•:--.->¦,-; ¦,">:.¦;
E. ADAMS COTTAGES FOR CLEA
: land or lots. SIDDALL. 207 Copp bids;.
SEWING MACHINES
SINGER AND
WHEELER AND WILSON - -
SEWING MA.CHINES. "V :
We aro looking for your trade In this line.
Have a big »toe* of new and slightly used
machines now on hand which we are ¦ sell- g
Ing at prices ' that will not fall to ' secure
'. your trade for us. . " > ", . • •-. •
o*ll6 best machines obtainable at toe lowest .'
prices tell the tale. . . . ...'.'
Wa do repairing also for $1 and up. ;."> >": .-.•'.
' SEWING MACHINES OF ALL MAKES ' '
FOR RENT. Call and see ua at ' '
\
20 WEST FIFTH ST.
Phones: Broadway 6261; Hcme F2985
MONEY TO LOAN ' .
~"~~~ — ' — " ' ~~
WE MAKE LOANS ON . FURNITURE,' PI- '. '
anoa, horses, wagons, carriages, cattle, etc,
without removal from your possession. _ „,',;*;"';•"
FIDELITY LOAN CO.. „
(29 Mason building.
. IM Weat Fourth street, cor. Broadway.
Home phone F7421; Broadway 6171. • '^ ; -. ¦¦''
MONEY TO LOAN— EASY TERMS, CLEVB-
. land & Cleveland, 434 H. W. Hellman. A 9083;
Main 6938. . , ¦ • ;
MONEY TO LOAN— E. SIMPSON _ CO..
803 Union Trust block. Main 3056: FS73O.
ATTO RN EYS.AT.LAW
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE! LAWS; NO FEH
without success. E. P. MOREY, 621 Stlmson.
Third and Spring. Phone Open even-
Ings . . . .¦-,-•'..¦¦¦ ¦¦' „,,. ;>•_. /¦: ¦ ':
JOHN A. wood, ATTORNEY, notary:
public. Advice free.. 414 Douglas building.
* BHOE RE°AIRINQ C
MEN'S SOLES, 35C; LADIES', 36C; CHILD'S. ''r : '-
»0c: good leather 116 W. FOURTH BT. ¦¦- - ;
LEGAL NOTICEB ' ; .
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING " OF THE .'
STOCKHOLDERS OF THB SAN JOAQUIN .
' POWER COMPANY. A . CORPORATION.' ' } ti
: Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance of „
a resolution of • the board of directors of tha
San Joaquln Power company, ,a ¦ corporation
duly organized and existing under the laws of
the State of California, adopted at a regular * .
meeting of said board held and regularly as- '
sembled In accordanoe with tha bylaws of said
corporation, •• at • the - office •. : and rj principal , •
place of business of said " corporation, .- In , :.-.
the city of Los Angeles, ( County of ¦» Los
Angeles, State ¦ of California, \- a> ; meeting '
of :¦ t h 1:h 1 : ¦ stockholders of said - corporation <is .< '
hereby called for and will be held at the office ;
and rlnctpal • place of business -of said \ cor- ¦'¦¦
porJßon at room 624, Pacific Electric building.
at the corner of Sixth and Main streets, In „
the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Ange- .¦
les, State of California, : (said place being at ,
the room and building where the board of fli-;-;
rectors of : said corporation usually meet), on l '
Thursday, , the 19th day of December, ; IDO7, at
10 o'clock a. m. on that day, for the purpose
of considering and acting upon the proposition ¦
to diminish the capital stock of said corpora-
tion from $800,000, - divided into 8000 shares of ¦ '¦
the par valuo of $100 each, to $200,C00. to be di- '
vided ; Into 2000 shares of . the par value of $100
each; and for the purpose of transacting such
other . and ; further ¦ business : as '. may properly
come before said meeting. .' . , ¦: ¦ . .¦ . „ '„: .
Dated September 19, 1907. '•'•." i • .'. : ¦
' [Seal.] ' •' ¦¦ 'L. M. FARNHAM. Secretary.
9-18,26. 10-1-8-16-22-29. 12-6-13 ' • • '..
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