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"WANT ADVERTISE IT - IF YOU HAVE A ROOM TO RENT; AND RENT IT"
To ; Advertisers ; ■ Count" »1* . average word* a* one line. ' , No ad accepted for las* than the price of two lines. . '. -. ■ . . -■•':.■ >J The Herald reserve* the right to rWse advertisement* and to reject or omit and refund me amount paid. \ ; . ' I Report promptly to Hie classified man ager (failure In get return* or experience with fraudulent or dishonest advertiser* ■ -Two or more • Insertion* I are better than one., Try three-time ad. Result* almost certain for anything. ': ;•• All error* corrected or money refunded ' For contract solicitor* and advertising advice call .Sunset Pre»» 11, Home "Herald." SPECIAL RATES , •I Want mis lo a word each Insertion.! Room* for rent—3 line*; 8 time*. ; Jj Room* with board— line*, 3 times. . 25 Cents ', ':1>- c,; 1'" . .' • ... , ! '. ; HELP WANTED Hale and female—B line*, 3 time*. • • 25 Cents ; SITUATIONS WANTED * : ;'-: : Free ■ ■ THE WEATHER LOS ANGELES, March 21, 1909. m.l in. her. | Hum* Wl "45 I —97~| NE 49 J 88 I S Lt. rain Cloudy. 29.74 Maximum temperature H. - • Minimum temperature 4G. Rainfall past 24 hours .83 inch- Uiilnfall for season 17.63 Inches. Rainfall last season to date 10.78 Inches. \.V Past. -'• -24 hr. Season. Normal. VttrAba. ....>•■■■ .... • 56.45 Redßluff"'.".' ..1.16 30.04 .80.15 Sacramento . 0.60 20.83 16.04 Mt. Tamal,,al. . 0.72 34.47 : ; 18.W San Francisco l.lt 84.43 18..0 San Yon 0.00 16.98 , 10JO Fresno .. 0.80 9.13 7.76 Independence Tr. 7.90 7.59 San Luis Oblspo 1.23 28.78 16.78 Lob Angeles .Of 17.63 13.13 San Diego 0.64 1.79 8.39 . — 'V ; Weather Conditions .- SAN FRANCISCO. March 21.-The storm over western Oregon yesterday has moved rapidly southeastward and now overlies southern Ne vada. It has caused rain over the entire Pa cific slope with heavy snow In the Sierras and high southerly winds on the southern coast. The rain has been heavy In California. The pressure. Is rising rapidly In the north and conditions are favorable for clearing weather In central and northern California Monday, with continued rain in the south. , ■ Forecast Los Angeles and vlclnlty-Showers Monday; light north winds. • ' Kan Francisco and vicinity-Clearing Monday; warmer; moderate northwest wind. • For Santa Clara valley-Clearing Monday; v.-armer; light west wind. ' ' Sacramento and Ban Joanuln valleys-Clear- Ing and warmer Monday; light north wind. FUNERAL NOTICE The members of the funeral commlttoe of the Fraternal Brotherhood are requested to attend the funeral of Sister Frances Palmer of 3810 McKlnley avenue. Tuesday. 10 a. m. at Butch s undertaking parlors.. a. W. BAILEY, Pres B.L, HABFORD. 'Becy. _ J-21-1 - CEMETERIES .'t/t : Boyle Heights, near city limits. Operated tinder perpetual • charter ■ from Los Angeles • city Modern chapel and crematory. , v. Office 389 Bradbury Building. . - . rbooes : Main 682! Al5ll. Crematory phones Boyle 8. 4108. JlB CHURCH NOTICES CHRISTIAN >«CIKNCB SERVICES—SBC ond Churcl/of Christ Scientist, Simpson auditorium. 11.4 8 Hop. street Service. Sunday 11 a m. and I p m.i sermon from the Christian Science Quarterly Subject, ••Reality." Children's Sunday-school at 1:10 a. m Wednesday evening meeting at I o'clock at Simpson auditorium and also . the Gamut club. 1044 South Hope street at 115 Reading rooms. 610-511 Herman W. Hellman bldg.. Spring and Fourth its., open dally. Sundays excepted. from » a m. to 9p. m. ...--.--■o-.- ■■■- ••■--'■•- 3-22-7 NOTICE TO CHURCHES-COPY FOR ALL church notices for th. Saturday and Sunday I morning issues Is requested to be turned in at The Herald office by Friday noon. If possible. This will assure proper classlflca . tlon and publication. ■ ■■ 1-11-tf ; MONEY TO loan jjONEY TO LOAN—EASY TERMS OF repayments in monthly' Installments. * ■ Loans made on Improved property and for - building. •:.'r.£**)W>%«*&W STATE MUTUAL B. and l. assn. . ' 1 ... / .:. 313 South Spring St. J-17-SOt MONEY TO LOAN—PRIVATE MONEY; sums to suit; loans to build a specialty. M. '"■',ll. DAVISON A BON. 204-« Wllcox bldg. . ■, " ■ ' i-a-m CARPET CLEANING PIONEER CAHPET CLEANING WORKS. . Incorporated. ,W. C. CLINE, president, 833 8 Olive st. Tel. Home F2SSO: Sunset ' Main 217 -. - ■- - ■ 9-18-tt > V LEGAL NOTICE i ''NOTICE TO ROAD BUILDERS 1 ' Sealed proposals for grading, oiling and tamping seven (7) miles of road will be re ceived by the undersigned until April ■', 15, > 1909. at 12 o'clock noon, In the chambers of the Board of Supervisors, Redwood City. San Mateo county, according <to the plans and specifications now on file In the office of the clerk of the board. Each bid must be ac companied by a certified check In the sum of ten (10) per cent of th. amount bid, said certified check to be held as liquidated dam ages In the event that the bidder refuses or neglects to enter Into within five (5) days after the award Is made to him a good and sufficient bond and contract. All proposals ■ to be directed to the undersigned. in care of J Jos. ■■> H. Nash,' Clerk of theNßoard, and en dorsed proposal for oiling roads, t - , ■,., ,- ,■:■'„. ,p. H. MeEVOY, .'.J ' ' Supervisor San Mateo County. •■,/. , /;; ;_;.; ■ ;, •. C,.. ;.;•;. ■,■.:,-. 3-21-2U NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS OF EQUITABLE INVESTMENT '.' COMPANY.' ' '■ •• 'I ■■ .■-.- ■> '.•■"-.■•.-r-. *•■■-; To the Stockholders of th* Equitable Invest ment company: „ / • ■■ J ' You are hereby notified that the • annual meeting of the stockholders of the Equitable I Investment company will be held at the office . of . Williamson • & Burlelgh, • 242 'Water I street, Augusta, Maine, on the - 12th day :of April, 1609 at I o'clock p. m., for the following pur poses; i To elect a board of directors, clerk and treasurer for the ensuing corporate year. ' 1 "■<■ To transact I any other business which may , legally come before th. meeting. " .T. V. WACHTEL, '-•, ■'.'■'•' •- : Secretary of Said Company. . ■ March ! 18th,• 1909. .;■, :: ..;..,; **- 8-H-28-10t STALED PROPOSALS WILL be received I at office of Treasurer Pacific Branch,' N. IH. D V. 8., Soldiers' Home, Los Angeles County, Cal.. until ,IS o'clock in, , March ■ 11, i 1908, and - then r opened,! for j sinking ia : series ■ of 12-inch 'wells" not exceeding 1050.feet. In all, for water t development; In accordance with: Instructions, plans and specifications, copies of which .with blank proposals and other Information, may be ' had upon application ,to E. ;W. '; Moore, Treas- ' .-. WANTED * ;''_;.'_' Help—Male , : ■ WANTED—FIRST CLASS AUTOMOBILE I trimmers. IDURO CAR CO., »35 S. Los Angeles st. -. 3-21-2 VtAis'lfc.L>-HOYS TO DELIVER PApSkT Call circulation department of HERALD. . . . ■ •'.,■,.■ : ■ w-u-ti Help Female WANTED—. —DINED, ELDERLY ; WOMAN 'to do light housework in small family, two adults; -jo minutes (rom city; good home for ' right party; state wages desired and full ' particulars. Address DUX A, Herald. 3-19-6 WANTED-ONE LADY PIANIST AND BING er, $6 for 8 hours. Address box A, l.as Vegas, Nev. ' 3-21-5 FIRST CLASS DOMESTIC CAN SECURE ■ position by applying to the Y. W. C A. ■r - ' • 8-3-lrrt . Sit. ;tFOr>» — Mala . Advertisements under this classification when used by an individual ■ out of work are free ONE TIME, and will be reinserted each time the advertisement is brought or mailed to The Herald office. . ... THE HERALD TENDERS THE FREE USE of Its "Situation Wanted" columns. for an j Indefinite, pr 'id to anyone seeking em- , • ployment. Each ad will bo run one time, ; ' but may be renewed as often as desired by bringing It to the counter of The Herald office each day. This privilege Is re stricted to those" seeking employment and will not be granted to employment j agencies and others making a business of seeking to supply help. _;;__;•_>/ ' :—: s •;'^ y WANTED-AN ENERGETIC, CLEAN CUT young man of ability and character wants position of trust where attention to detail will count for son.ethlng. Have newrpaper, grocery anl printing exporlnnce; good bock keeper and • typewritlst. Am now employed by large firm In this city; can furnish Al j references by special permission. If you I think that 1 am the man you are looking (or j please drop me a card and I will be glad to interview you or correspond with you. I am not here (or my health, so If you do not ■ mean business do not answer this advertise ment. Address F. BOX 777. Herald. 3-18-1 WANTED—SITUATION UY YOUNG MAN OF I good address as compositor or pressman; have been In business for myself In city and am competent; wages . reasonable. Address BOX 463, Herald. : t-4-tf WANTED—BY " A MIDDLE AGED MAN. strong, healthy and willing to work, will work at anything. Address all letter* to WILLIAM CALOS, box 22«. Herald. 1-14-tI MANAGER POULTRY RANCH, EXPERl enced, capable; give best references as to ability. .LEWIS ROSS, 1201 N. Main st. ■ -* . 3-22-1 Situation*— Female Advertisements under this classification when used by an Individual out of work are tree ONE TIME, and will be reinserted each time the advertisement Is brought or mailed to The Herald office. ' THE HERALD TENDERS THE FREE USE of Its "Situation Wanted" columns for an Indefinite period to anyone seeking em ployment Each ad will be run one time, but may be renewed as often a* desired by bringing It to the counter of The Herald office each day. This , privilege .Is re stricted to those seeking employment and will not be granted to employment agencies and others making a business of seeking to supply help. * 3-17-tf WANTED—SITUATION IN A ROOMING OR apartment house by woman with baby. Ad dress BOX 425, Herald. ■ 3-20-7 STENOGRAPHERS. OFFICE GIRLS AND all classes of competent help supplied by Y. W. C. A. »-»-lm Situations—Male and Female THE HERALD TENDERS THE FREE USE of It* "Situation Wanted" columns for an indefinite period to anyone seeking em ployment. Each ad will be run one time, but I may be renewed as often as desired by bringing It to th* counter of ; The Herald office each day. This privi lege Is restricted to those seeking em ployment ' and will not be granted to employment agencies and others making a business of seeking to supply help. 8-17-tf . Rooms ','^j, PROFESSIONAL MAN ON SALARY . DE ■ sires room In private home with a home at- ] 1 mosphere; near Pico or Eleventh, close to | Main or Hill preferred. Address BOX 433. Herald. ■ - »-l»-tt **"> Purchase—Miscellaneous' WANTED—DIAMONDS, OLD GOLD. JEW elry; highest price; a fair deal. H B. ■ CROUCH, mfg. Jeweler, £42 S Broadway. g|(»|i|SM HdIKW l)ll'»»*1H~ t-10-tt Miscellaneous WANTED— REPAIR HOT WATER bags, raincoats and all kinds of mechan , ical rubber goods. C. S. ROBINSON, 1005 : South Main St. i . ■ 3-1-8-15-23 WANTED-BABE TO ADOPT, NOT OVER 2 month old; black eyes preferred. LEW WEAVER, general delivery. ' ' 3-22-1 FOR EXCHANGE :; : ; ':j}'^i^. Real Estate/.. ; FOR EXCHANGE—IMPERIAL VALLEY land, 320 acres unimproved land taken N under the desert aot. located about ■ one mile from: Imperial Junction on the rail ' road. ■ Get this Imperial land ' while It 1* cheap; will be worth a small fortune In a few years. ■ What have youT BOX 192. Herald. - , •■ • . . . ■■■ l-16-7t FOR EXCHANGE—WB CAN EXCHA N tl !■ your property, no i matter where located. BLACK & COMPANY. 418-10 Grant bldg. A»"77. Main 707$ t-t-tt BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR RENT—LARGE GARAGE, DOING . A \ good business; rent nominal; no machinery or good will to buy. This Is a rare opening. ' See OWNER, 408 8. Broadway, v ..; - 3-21-tf window AND SPACE FOR WATCHMAKER I and jeweler for rent, with or without bench; I location good. CRESCENT DRUG CO., 823 I E. sth st. . ■;.■■■■■■■ 8-21-1 HA ENTS ; AND/ PATENT /■ RIGM t 3 matlon book free to Inventor*.' ■ BROOKS * UDDERa. 808-610 L. A. . Trust bldg.. Second and Spring (treat*. ■ : ; • »-l-x Q. E. HARPHAM GETS PATENTS. INVBN tiona financed; patent litigation; 36 years' MP«ir. Slice - 817 UNION TRUST - DLDO. ■*-■ .:■_..- ■-; -. .i « ■■■..■-■ '■■ U-4-«m» V' -^ LOST,' AND FOUND _V . j $20.00-MARCH 18, AT 5:30 P. M., FROM 316 North San : Pedro, st., a T brlndla.' and white i Boston bull bitch puppy; no tall. A reward : $20 will be paid If returned , to BOUQUET , I SALOON, 234 ■ North Lo* '. Angeles st. -;< N« questions. ■ : ■■-. .., ■< .%- .< ■', ■ ' 8-20-1 SATURDAY AFTERNOON, ITALIAN . mosaic j stick pin, . sliver setting;, reward. - Telephone 81180. •■■■•■: ■- ■ 8-21-3 AUTOMOBILES, OTHER VEHICLES •■J-'O..'--'-:-; -.■•-.;• N. tS.'U.:i. •...■..■'••■;Vi::-.' .:'" ■ . •:-■ "•■■•. MOTORCYCLES ■'. .... . ' > have; won ' more - gold ' medals ' tor endurance v than r any i other ■ motorcycle ■ In » the world. ':■ • 'Nuf sed." > C. L. ' SMITH. ' 8041,, W. Seventh •treat. :; i; . ' j\> ; \ l-2S-SO-*o LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1009. FOR RENT . Houses PICO FURNITURE MOVING AND TRANS . FER CO. TRUNKS, 25c AND UP. WILL '. MOVE ALL YOUR FURNITURE AND PI ANOS IN ONE- LOAD IN LARGE VAN FOR $6. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. BEACH AND COUNTRY . TRIPS CHEAP. | PHONE WEST 1460, HOME 54108. . 3-14-lm | TOR RENT -$25; PRETTY NEW BUNGALOW —a gem; suro to please the most particular; large sunny rooms, choice location; • high, handy to business center ami yet retired and rei>tful. 110 AYE. 31. South Pasadena car to Aye. 31, turn west. , 3-22-4 FOR RENT—HEAL HOME, WITH PALMS, flowers, barn, 7 rooms, sleeping porch; on University car, near University; gas, elec tricity; everything; $25 month. 981 W. 32D ST. West 6156. ' 3-22-4 FOR 11-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CON venlences; gas and coal ranges, beautiful resi dence; Westlake district; full of roomers and , boarders. • 1211 INGRAHAM ST. E1226; Main 6600. . , 3-22-* FOR RENT—'9-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE; bath, electricity, gas, furnace; good car i service; 142 West 2511 i fit.; key next door at ' 146, or call up WEST 3866. , 8-20-7 j FOR RENT-5-KOOM ,MODERN COTTAGE, i close In, $18; water paid; 2 car lines; large lot and fruit trees, 212 W. 37TH PLACE. | Owner, West 5361. . 3-22-* ■ , FOR KENT-DANDY LITTLE 4-F.OOM C.W.I- I I fornla house; 2 car lints; 16 minutes to court | house; garden, lawn, fruit; $11. BDWAY. 1684. . ' 3-22-4 FOR RENT— N. BEAUDRY AYE.', NICE clcm> In 2-»tory houde; 6 large rooms; porce lain bath, heater, gas, electricity; $18 mo. 3-22-4 FOR COTTAGE, 4 SMALL SUNNY oast Booms; lawn, gas, bath, electricity. 8825 j MAPLE. $10 rate to couple. Home 28538. FOR RENT— SO. HOPE ST.. 11-ROOM strictly modern house, suitable for residence or rooming house. Phone Home 54117. 3-22-4 FOR KENT-MODERN COTTAGES OF FOUR' j rooms, bath, pantry, closets, porches, gas; | $10 to $12; water paid. 132* E. FIRST. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—HALF OF DOUBLE COTTAGE, separate entrance, yard and garden; $15.' 461 N. BELMONT AYE. Temple 545. • 3-22-4 FOR RENT-MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE, almost ii3w; nicely tinted and decorated. 591 K. 15TH ST., $26; water paid. 3-22-4 FOR RENT-5-ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE, good for two parties; with gas; very cheap. OWNER, 2200 HUNTER ST. 3-21-7 FOR RENT—7-ROOM COTTAGE, 1448 TEM rle st.: $20 to good tenant. R. D. LIST, 1021 Central bldg. FIBBS. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—S7. $10, , $12, $15; NEW COT- i tages. 1615 E. 25TH ST., cor. Watts car. MINTHORN. 3-22-4 FOR F.ENT—4-ROOM CALIFORNIA HOUSE, modern; $11; water paid. 355 N. CHICAGO. Bdwy. 2057. 3-22-4 FOR RENT-$l5; 4-ROOM COTTAGE, 918 Diamond st.,; $18, 6-room cottage. 155 W. 33D ST. .. | 3-22-4 • FOR RENT-7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, ALL Improvements. 1513 W. 16TH ST. West 5072. 3-22-4 FOR RENT-3-ROOM CALIFORNIA HOUSE, $8, water included. Apply 1780 E. 36TJ1 ST. _^ 3-22-4 FOR RENT-$8; PLEASANT 3-ROOM HOUSE in rear 137 W. 17TH ST. ' 8-22-4 FOR PRETTY 4-ROOM COTTAGE, $13. 125 E. 35TH. 3-21-3 FOR RENT—6-ROOM COTTAGE, «2« E. PICO. Price $16.60. '-.--■ V 3-22-4 \ Houses—Furnished FOR RENT—BIGHT-ROOM HOUSE. LO cated at 111 East 30th st. Parties desir ing can I rent same unfurnished or as It ktands; In the very best of oondltton; rent most reasonable. For key <ly to 101 EAST 10TH ST. '. ' . 3-14-tf FOR RENT—HANDSOME FURNISHED house of 10 rooms on Orange st., near West lake park. 603-604 .Broadway Central bldg. ■ i Vv 3-22-4 FOR RENT— FURNISHED HOUSE. , . bath, electricity, gas, furnace; good car service. 143 W. 25th st. Key next door, at 148, or call up West 3866. \ ! 3-22-4 FOR RENT—S-ROOM MODERN FURNISHED : house; chicken yard; close to 2 car lines. 1 Inquire of owner, 3616 E. FIRST st. Phone Boyle 41168. 3-22-4 FOR RENT-6-ROOM • FURNISHED COT tage; $23; yard; fruit and lawn: yard'fenced; : Instantaneous heater. . 1005 E. 22D ST. Temple 645. ■: '.J - ..,■ - t . . ■_■ , 3-22-11 FOR , RENT-SUNNY CORNER HOUSE, with piano; well furnished: Westlake district. 1066 S. BURLINGTON AYE. Home phone I 52339. " - , .' ... 3-22-4 FOR RENT—S6O; ARLINGTON HEIGHTS: high class, . newly furnished 8-room house; piano; adults only. Owner, Main 2583; F1405. v ■- - -•■- . ■ . ■ ..;. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—FURNIBHED HOUSE, $22.60; 3 * rooms: 2 beds, sunny: garden. 451 S. HOPE ST. Main 4151. .E. Wlttinger. , . . 3-22-4 FOR RENT-FURNISHED, • 6 ROOMS: $20; also 4 rooms, $16. 1574 E. ADAMS. Hooper .car. ■■;->;-■■■■..' .'■','•. . 3-22-4 FOR RENT-FURNISHED, 1671 E. ADAMS; 6 rooms, $20. 1562 E. ADAMS; 6 rooms, $25. . y ■-' .-.--. ■ ' 3-22-4 U\ojs Flats ;.; : .■■ FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED-4-ROOM MOD ern sunny flat: 6 minutes walk from Times office. 146 N. FLOWER. Phone A 2648. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—BRAND NEW FRONT FLAT, 3 rpoms, bath,' store; wall bed, laundry; $16. 1E29 SAN JULIAN. ,;. , 3-22-4 FOr"rBNT-4-ROOM FLAT; $10 MONTH. 3802V4 TRINITY ST. South 5046. 3-22-4 I'HJ',: , Flats—Furnished '-.'.': %'jl'i FOR RENT—FURNISHED LOWER FLAT, 4 lovely rooms; rent $12,60. Phone 71776. Pico car to 1242 IROLO ST. . ' ■ :s t ' 3-22-4 for RENT—NICELY FURNISHED large 4-room flat; adults only. 1400 W. SEVENTH. '■-•■■■■ - - r ■; . . 3-22-4 . , , i ~*" ;■■:■- C &*?#£ Apartments •' • ■• ■ • • » \ ■ '■'•-.■ FOR MODERN HOUSEKEEPING 1 apartments, furnished complete; new; Helot* In; no car fare; $12, 204 N. Fremont, 1133 and 1141 .W. First st ; $13. 128 W. I First. 1003 and 1011 E. ; Ninth; $12, 911 W. Diamond: $16. 812 W. Fourth; $14, 71 Ceres aye.; $18, 218 N. Fremont; $16, 1137 ■ W. First st..; $16, 212 and 222 N. Fremont; $20. 1126 Mignonette at.; $22, furnished 6 , room flat, 1815 Diamond St.; $16,, unfur nished 6-room flat, 1009 Diamond St.; $50, ■ v furnished residence, 8 rooms, 1681 Roose velt aye. T. WIESENDANGER, 207 8. ; Broadway.:« Home A 2041. ; 8-18-th-m-57t FOR RENT-NEW, UNFURNISHED, THREE rooms; 2 disappearing beds, oak floor, enamel I woodwork, mantels,. heat hot and ■ cold * water, janitor work and telephone free; sec \ end • floor, ' southeast corner, sunny, elegant view; every convenience. Crown Hill. car. Owner, 1316 W. FOURTH ST.' ; 1.':.,' 3-22-4 FOR RENT—ANGEL CITY APARTMENTS. ' newly furnished housekeeping .apartments; convenient to car line; summer rates. 1604 , CHERRY ST., cor. W. 16th.' . -3-22-4 ' FOR i RENT-2-ROOM NICELY FURNISHED I apartment for ■ light 1 housekeeping;' modern. 1014% FLORIDA ST., 1 block west Flgueroa, ' between Bth and Dth. •' ,<v , 3-22-4 FOR RENT—VERY < DESIRABLE 3-ROOM 1 unfurnished ■ apartment, $15 ' per month. 1 4312 MONETA AYE. ■■■•-..'' .■. i ■ -■ ■ 3-22-4 ' ■-', ■'': Stores and i Offices ;;,-_,.' v,',' ' FOR RENT-STORES iIN . AN;.OUTLYING * business center . where* there Is a decided ' opening ■ for ' the ~ various line*; of ■ business. J Rents from ' $7.50 1 to ' $20 , per t! month. • See J OWNER, 408 8. Broadway. »:;«.-«: 3-21-tf lie Wait Ads Are Peacemakers In the store, the office, the factory, the work places, the horne —wherever human interests clash, wherever workers and employers come to be discordant, wher ever new workers or new work are the urgent need —the read to peace lies through the want ad. columns. In almost every case, a peace-wrecking incident of daily life needs but the sim ple remedy of a little want advertising — whether it is the sudden exit of the servant, stenographer, clerk, cook, boarder, roomer, tenant; or the unex pected need to quickly "raise some money." More and more, every day, in the lives and affairs of the people of this city, the want ads. are coming to play the parts of adjusters, of vexation-preventers, of BUSINESS PEACEMAKERS! FOR RENT Rooms— Furnished THE LIVINGSTON HOTEL— First class room and board, home cooking, $8 per week and up. 633 S. HILL. ' 3-21-6 m ROSSMORE, 416 W. Sixth St. Newly renovated, new management, $1.50 up; transient. | 3-21-3 "THE FORT" — Gentlemen's rooming house. 311 California st at Broadway, one block north of court house. 3-20-3 HOTEL NAHANT, 727 South Broadway, large sleeping or housekeeping rooms, $2.00. ■ 3-18-7t 121 S. BUNKER HILL AYE. Single rooms, $1.60 up; housekeeping, $3 , up. ■'■■'• 8-20-3 THE LINDEN, 948 Maple aye. Furnished room* $1.00 week up. ' 3-18-14t FOR RENT— COMFORTABLE ROOMS !r. refined private home, for 1 or 2 young men who prefer good plain home and solid comfort to style; 6 . minutes from business center; fine hot bath, piano; reasonable; board optional. MA1N.6868. 3-22-4 FOR BRIGHT, SUNNY, SINGLE room in private family; all conveniences; $2.60 a week to gentleman only. 311 S. BUN KER HILL. 3-22-4 FOR RENT-$3 PER WEEK, COMPLETELY furnished for housekeeping. Nothing else where nearly so fine for the price. 603 W. WASHINGTON ST. . 3-22-4 FOR RF.NT—HOTEL FREMONT. 656>i SOUTH -Main st. has nicely furnished rooms, $1.60 week up; also housekeeping and office rooms at reasonable rates. ' 3-22-4 FOR RENT-IN PRIVATE HOME. 1205 OLIVE st, sunny furnished room, nice and clean; light housekeeping, if desired; pleasant home for quiet lady; $10. No sign. 3-22-4 FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY room with family privileges, to gentlemen; walking distance; moderate rates. 129 SO. FLOWER ST. - 3--4 FOR RENT—SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en suite, with or without house keeping privileges. 1123 E. TENTH ST. Bdwy. 1566. . 3''i ONE NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY FRONT room, suitable for two gentlemen; rent $10 per month. 521 TEMPLE ST., side en trance. - 3-.0-3 FOR RENT-AN ELEGANTLY,FURNISHED room to elderly, refined gentleman; $15 per month. Including heat, light, bath. 1629 W. SEVENTH ST. 54453. ' 3-22-4 FOR RENT— ROOM, SUITABLE FOR 2; only 3 blocks from Second and Broadway: bath, new furniture, low rent. J11',4 SOUTH OLIVE ST. 3-22-4 FOR~RFNT-$3 WEEK UP-NEWLY FUR nlshed. running hct and cold water: electric ity tree; modern, bath. 326 Vi S. SPRING ST. over Jeffries'. . . ' ■■■'-" ■ 3-*2 4 FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING suite, $2: also sunny front sleeping room, $1.50; 1 block, to First and Broadway. 215 N. HILL ST. •-■■■■■ 3-22-4 for""rent-furnished or unfurnish ed rooms,' $4 up; furnished rooms for light housekeeping. *6 up. 148 W. 18TH ST. Main 8344. ■ ' . 3-2-"* FOR RENT-NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS, $1.60 week; private house, close in; gas, home comforts. Homo phono A 4147. 242 N. HOPE FOR RENT-LARGE front BEDROOM, ■private home; bath, phone; walking distance, near beach iine; $7 month. . 622 W. 15TH ST. • .. ' ; . 3-23-4 FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH use "of parlor, piano; $1.50 up; housekeeping ■ rooms, #2 up. 326 N. HILL ST. "Main 5972^ FOR RENT-ATTRACTIVE TRANSIENT rooms, 60c up; by week, $2.50 up; centrally located: everything new. 319 W. SECOND. FOR RENT-716 S. HILL; NEAT, CLEAN, sunny rooms, with hot and cold water; tour ists accommodated. BROADWAY 1983. 3-22-4 FOR RENT-ONLY $1.50 WEEKLY: DESIR able single rooms; line housekeeping suite, $3.50; close in. 112 S. HOPE ST. 3-22-4 OR~R^NT-AT"THE ELKS, 740 S. SPRING, large, well furnished rooms, close In; every modern convenience I cheap. ' 3-22-4 FOR RENT-NICE SUNNY FRONT ROOM and one on side of house; very reasonable to gentleman. 730 S. HILL ST. ; 3-22-4 FOR RENT—HOTEL CADILLAC, 932 SOUTH Main • St., best hotel for the money. Hotel '. service; hot and cold water. 3-.2-4 FOR RENT-TWO^ NICELY FURNISHED . large, sunny front rooms; both suitable for 2. 229 N. BROADWAY. 3-22-1 FOR RENT-A NICE SUNNY FRONT room: walking distance and moderate terms. 1101 S. HILL ST. £ ■ « 3-"'4 FOR RENT-1 OR 1 VERY DESIRABLE housekeeping rooms; rent reasonable. 1006H S. MAIN ST. ' ______JL! FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED FRONT room. $10 montli;, walking distance. 1122 SANTEE ST. >■■..■-. 322-4 FOR'RENT-11.53 UP; NICELY FURNISHED rooms; close in., 321H W. SECOND ST. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—447 CALIFORNIA ST. 'LARGE, ■■ sunny front room; moderate price. .'. 3-22-4 FOR HENT-3 :. ROOMS, i WITH BATH. FOR .■housekeeping i,:heap rent.'v. ''■.- .-. .', 3-22-1 FORRENT^^^^ Rooms—Unfurnished FOR RENT — UNFURNISHED, SECOND floor; 2 clean sunny rooms; porch and largo yard; adults only; $6 month. 219 Vi N. OLIVE ST., near Temple. 3-22-4 FOR RENT-3 UNFURNISHED HOUSE keeplng rooms; bath and storeroom; walking distance; adults only. 115 N. FLOWER ST. A 7913. 3-22-4 Rooms for Housekeeping FOR RENT-ALBERT LEA VILLA, 821 SO. Olive at., has excellent housekeeping suites and single rooms; all outside; nicely fur nished; large veranda; free bath; phone; walking distance. '.. . 3-32-4 FOR RENT-3 OR 4 ROOMS, FURNISHFD for housekeeping; modern; convenient to car line; reasonable; adults only; no smoking. 1378 WALNUT ST. Central aye. car. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—2 NICE ROOMS FOR HOUSE keeping in private home; everything furnish ed, for 315 per month. Call. S. E. corner of WASHINGTON AND CENTRAL. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—3 FRONT ROOMS, FURNISHED for housekeeping; furniture new; on car line; gas range, sink; convenient and clean. Price $15 month. *5839 W. PICO ST. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—S3O A MONTH, FURNISHED; 3 sunny rooms,' front, back parlor and kitchen for housekeeping. Main 4151. 451 S. Hope st. E. WITTINGER. . 3-22-4 FOR RENT— FURNISHED SUNNY ROOMS for light housekeeping; gas, bath, lights; rent reasonable; j private family. 1207 BE RENDO ST. ■ 3-22-4 FOR RENT—LARGE SUNNY ROOMS AT 352 Buena Vista St., near court house. A respec table, -ulet home; $1.60 up. Also housekeep- Ing roo. .8. ■ 3-22-4 FOR RENT—TWO CONNECTING ROOMS for light housekeeping; phone, piano in sit ting room; one small room, $7 month. 744 S. HOPE ST. y\ i ;..■;>' 3-22-4 FOR RENT—SOUTH HALF OF A COTTAGE, five large rooms, well furnished; barn; fruit and shade trees; gas range. 1515 GEORGIA. - ; 3-22-4 FOR RENT—CLEAN ROOMS, WITH OR without housekeeping; cheap for two; down town; very reasonable. 247 S. HILL. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—6I6 S. HOPE, SINGLE ROOMS, $2 up; also 3 rooms complete for housekeeping In cottage In rear at $20. ... 3-22-4 FOR RENT—SUNNY 2-ROOM SUITE AND single rooms for housekeeping; newly fur nished. 519 E. TENTH. 3-22-4 FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING ROOM $5 PER month or $1.50 week; free fuel. 42514 SAN PEDRO ST., upstairs. V 3-22-4 FOR RENT-FIRST CLASS HOUSEKEEP ing apartments, first floor; sunny, 2 adults. 1434 S. FLOWER ST. 3-32-4 Hotels and Lodging Houses f <;'. ROOMS— REGIS, 237 SO. Flower. A 7336, Main 6061.' Clean and well furnished. $2.50 and $3 weekly. $10 and $12 monthly. 3-31^ Rooms and Board FOR RENT—LARGE SUNNY FRONT ROOM and board In urlvntc home; very reasonable. 238 H. FLOWER ST. A 7126. 3-22-4 3PECiAL NOTICES HOMELESS CHILDREN RECEIVED AND placed In homes for adoption. Apply REV. O. V. RICE, superintendent Chil dren's Home society, 2414 Qrlifln aye 6-l-x ELK-SKIN SHOE FACTORY. MAKERS OF all styles In elk-skin shoes, and special orders, $2 to $5; fine repairing. 204 WEST SEVENTH ST. »-!•» JUST I OPENED - HARRINGTON TOILET parlors; scalp treatments a specialty, ladle* and gentlemen. 416 MERCHANTS TRUST BLDG. »-"-* USE BASSETT'S, THE ORIGINAL NATIVE herbs for rheumatism, constipation; 60 tablets for 25c, in black boxes, at all druggists. 3-14-tf JAMES R. ROGERS, EX-EXAMINER U. S patent office . Patents. 428 BYRNE BLDG. Los Angeles. Cal. 12-1-m PHYSrCIANS V SKIN AND KIDNEY DISEASES. WEAK, painful eyes, men's special disorders, moles, warts excrescences, sores and pedal dis comforts. Medical clinic, 107 WEST FIRST STREET. ' •'-■ 3-14-2W VETERINARY DrT RAIIAOE^ANIMAL DISPENSARY AND hospital. 631 S. LOS ANGELES, treat* all animals. ■ Phones F1469: Main 5162. 3-11-tf WINDOW SHADES, BRASS RODS WE MAKE WINDOW SHADES. !H. G. '. ELKELES & SON, 891 . So. Broadway. F2795; M. 8081.- '..* - 12-IS-70'. DENTISTS DR.' HACHMANN. Majestic Theater , Bid*;., 844 8. Bdway. 78681, Main 3810. it FOR SALE^^^^^^^ Houses FOR SALE MY RESIDENCE, 1054 WEST THIRTY FIFTH PLACE: 7 ROOMS: ONE AND A HALF STORIES: ' ALL MODERN IM PROVEMENTS: ONE THOUSAND BELOW COST. OWNER MUST SELL THIS WEEK. JAS. F. BUTLER, 749 S. SPRING BT. PHONES F3427, Main 8094. 3-14-tf . FOR SALE—SOUTHWEST, ONLY $2800, $300 cash $23 month; new 6-room bungalow, plas tered, tinted walls, beamed ceilings, oak floors, beautiful mantel, buffet, desk, cabi net kitchen, etc., wide front porch; large lot. fenced, fruit trees and near yellow car, ii bargain. J. J. AHLERS, 301 Hcllman bldf., 4th and Spring. 3-21-3 I MUST SELL— 625 SUNSET BOULEVARD, near high school, good 9-room house and large storage room In rear; lot 40x117; shrubbery and flowers Price $6000: might take In part smaller property. See own er. Phone BROADWAY 2308 3-7-14 FOR SALE—FOUR-ROOM, MODERN COT tage near Central; contains all modern Im provements and conveniences; only $1950; pniall payment down, balance easy. Inquire 4500 CENTRAL AVIS, or telephone South 32. 3-13-7 HOUSES FOR SALE— $2800, easy terms, buys a new 6-room mod ern bungalow, nicely finished, brick porch. I remimt floor and gas. 2231 TERRACE .HEIGHTS AYE.. Boyle Heights. 3-20-2W FOR SALK—THREE LOTS ON MANHATTAN place and West Sixth street, and for rent or for sale. 5-room house, newly furnished, close i to Pan Pedro car line, $20 rent. 3601 MET TLER ST. 3-22-2 FOR SALE—SULPHUR ST., NEAR CY press, 40x169 ft. lot, $1000: easy terms: Eagle Rock car; close In. OWNER, phone 54161. 3-21-4 A SNAP—HOUSE AND LOT FOR $1150; abstract of title, paid up Insurance policy furnished with place. BOX 464, Herald. 1-11-23 Country Property FOR SALE—ISO-ACRE RANCH, WEST RlV erslde; part In alfalfa, balance grain; suit able for oranges or lemons; 60 Inches of North Riverside water. This property will be sold at a bargain, as owner goes north on 27th. Any kind of terms. Address BOX 424, Herald office. £ 3-20-3 RELINQUISHMENT OF 160 ACRES LAND, improved, to trade for lot. E. CUMBY. 406 Chamber of Commerce bldg. 3-21-2 Houses and Lots FOR SALE—BY THE OWNERS, TEN room modern house, size of lot 60x250; shade trees and flowers; rents for $34 a month. Price $3900; small payment down, balance time. O. EDMISON, 482 E. Aye. 28. Phone East 1738. 3-18-w Government -aids I HAVE 320 ACRES OF DESERT ENTRY land 4 miles south of Imperial junction. Imperial valley adjoining Salton Sea; land all level and fine soil; water can be had now. I am going away and will sell cheap for cash. Call and see my agents, They will arrange to show you the prop erty. BINGHAM & KNOWLE3 LAND CO. (Inc.), ' 401-3 i Cltlrens Natl. Bank bldg • - ' . 3-21-3 WILL LOCATE YOU ON A 160-ACRE HOME stead for $60; all vegetables will grow with out Irrigation; best location In Southern California for poultry. OTTARSON. Vietor vllle, Cal. ■;■; ■''. . iv-;-';-'r .*- 2-21-lm I CAN LOCATE YOU ON 160 ACRES LAND at 78 cents per acre. I have pleased others and I can please you. E. CUMBY, 406 Cham ber of Commerce bldg. 3-21-3 Furniture SEPARATE! LOCKED IRON ROOMS $100 per month; trunks, boxes, etc., 250 to 60a. Phone for our larg* van when you move. 81.36 per hour. '•'■ : COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO., 416-17-18 San Pedro st. Main office. 609-11 S. Main st Phone Main 1117; F3I7L l-l-tf Pianos TOUR PIANO OPPORTUNITY Why rent when yon can get a fine up right at $4 monthly? We have well know* makes, second band, all In excellent con dition which you can secure on the** terms. Let us show yon. GEO. J. BIRKEL CO., ■■':,'- $46-7 South Spring st. 1-10-tf FOR SAJkE OR RENT—S3; MAHOGANY piano, almost new, $150; $5 payments. 810 W. BTH. *-U-tf Hotels and Lodging Houses FOR BALE-BY OWNER, MODERN APART ments, 23 rooms, reception hall, with beau tiful entrance. 318V4 W. PICO ST. Home 25619. 3-20-3 Miscellaneous FOR —35-horsepower motor; rare bargain. Ap ply Cashier, Herald office. • <V!l.r, EXCHANGE FIVE HORSH) POWER motor for small job press; motor In good condition: pies* must be to same. BOX Mi. Herald. t-lt-U BILLIARD AND POOL TABLED FOR SALE— AND SECOND HAND billiard and pool tables, bar fixtures of al. .kinds. Easy payments. Send for cata logue. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COL LENDER CO. Tel. Sunset Main " 1768; Home 271 331-3 East Third st. ■ ' 11-25-3681 > PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS MONEY MADE DAILI. AND HERALD want ad* help to make It Let your want* become known through Herald want ads. Herald want ads troy wants. 8-U-x i TRUSSES AND SUPPORTERS LONDON TRUSS CO. TRUSS. FITTING specialists; elastic b/W«»r» ■ eta 741 3. /■ SPRING;BT.^sfe, I ■ >; : «-10-« 11 SCHOOLS AND COLLT3E3 INVITATION The new WOOUIItICV quarters in the Ham burger building must be seen to be appre elated. You are cordially Invited School In full progress, day and evening. Enter any time, Good positions for aIL Call, write, phone for particular* jjQHfamwr/gr m New Hamburger Hide.. College Entrance 330 W. Eighth. Swiftsure Shorthand Complete correspondence course stvlt'tKure Shorthand stein. Terms moderate. Sys tem is easiest to learn, easiest to write, easiest to read. Used In reporting thre* political national conventions, many stat* and general conventions, several famous trials and the campaign speeches of thre* presidents of the United States. Text book' 50 cents. DAVID (J. IS.WI. Herald office. *-31-tf IJr-ni/i^n Business rlealCl S College (The "«""—- n -.<!«.,—t 114 8. Grand nve.. Los Angelea. 1! qualifies and always makes good. New classes formed each Monday. Be a Heald student and nave the best advantage* Id t»« stats. J. W. LACKEY. Manager. all WEST FIFTH ST. Established US*. Opposite Central park. ■- ■■— r^. CALIFORNIA ECHOOti FOR BOT9; BOARD- Iog and day; primary. Intermediate and col leg* preparatory courses; military drill, phy sical culture, sloyd. 1918 LOVELACE AVB. N. WILLIAM BRICK. M. A., Principal. Home 21673. 1-B-tt AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL—DAT AND EVEN-' Ing courses for owners, prospective owners and chauffeurs. Visit our machine shop. Y. M. C.A.. 721 South Hope st. 3-20-22-29 MINING "" FOR SALE-A GOLD MINE, LOCATED IN California, bearing gold from top to bottom, vein tapped at several places at a length of 380 feet, first assay $139, second assay March 12, $108.94; plenty of water and timber near by for milling; immediate money for some body that can operate it; honest assayers, affirmed if needed; price $8000. Further par ticulars at 850 \V. THIRTY-SEVENTH ST., city. 3-22-3 CEbbruOLS CESSPOOLS Cleans Them Out. ,:,t/ s 1% years' experience In ~ns Angeles. We are the only company using; a 4-ln. wire wound suction nose; no strainer on end. We pump out everything. No odor. Our disinfectant Is Imported. All Work Done Satisfactory to Inspectors. Los Angeles Sanitary Co. Branch office 206 Frost Bid*. Temple 593. Home 59146. 1-tO-lt CESSPOOLS $5 to II cleans them out. We take on! 117 gallon* at each load more than othes companies. IMPERIAL PUMPING CO. Home 18040. 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