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PART 111
\"y;T-:. DIED '■''- ' -_'__
IIENBHAW—At 717 California street, April 17,
1909,. Fred,' beloved , husband .of Sarah, and
brother of Harry W. Renshaw, native of Eng
land, ', aged 44 years. Remain* .at Robert
Miarp & Son Co. Funeral notice later. ' 4-18-1
HORNER-At ' her late residence," 2125' East
Fourth street, April 17, I*o9, Margaret Nor
ton, beloved wife of i William Homer, sr.,
mother of William B. Homer, Mr*. O. N.
Gregg and Mrs. F. S. Harris. Friend* may
call this (Sunday) afternoon from 1 o'clock to
■p. Funeral private. ' ' .4-111-1
CEMETERIES ■'.■.'',"..':
INGLEWOOD PARK
• ■.;■■.". CEMETERY
Two miles outside the city limit*,' on the
Los Angel.* and Redondo Ry.; 300 acres
of s perfect land with improvement* out
classing any cemetery on the Coast. \(i
107 S. - Broadway, Room 202. Phones:
CSSQ3, Main 488». Supt. Phone ADS9S. .
. 4-1-12 month*
EVERGREEN cemetery "
Boyle . Height*, near city limits. Operated
under' perpetual charter from Los Angeles
City. ' Modern chapel and crematory.
Office 88» Bradbury Building.
Phones Main 6521 A 7511.
Crematory pbone* Boyle 8. 4108 S. _
l-80-Sm
MONEY TO LOAN^^^^
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO MAKE LOANS ON
Improved property south and southwest.
We loan our own money and do not charge
any commission. ,
, If you are building south or southwest call
...and see If we can not help you out.
Amounts $200 to $25,000. Interest $600 to $6000,
Th cent. M. C. MARBLE CO., H. W.
The JOHN M. C. MARBLE CO., H. W.
Hfllman bldg. 4-18-22-3t
MONEY TO LOAN ON WATCHES, DI A~-
MONDS AND OTHER JEWELRY. PRI
• VATE ROOMS FOR LADIES. STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL. . ' COURTESY , EX
TENDED TO ALL. \ , .
A. B. COHEN £ 880.,
N. W. Cor. Third and Main 8t«. 4-11-lm
TO LOAN—WILL LOAN YOU THE FULL
- cost of your house; no commission, 7 and
8 per cent interest, straight, mortgage or
monthly payments. W. H. KIRBY. 205-7
Laughlln bldg. A 7866, Broadway 2315. ,
MONEY TO LOAN —EASY TERMS OF
repayment* , In. monthly Installments.
Loans mad* on Improved property and for
building
STATE MUTUAL B. AND L. ASSN.
HI South Spring St. J-17-10t
MONEY LOANED TO SALARIED PEO
ple at lowest rates; confidential, reliable;
notes bought. W. J. RANKIN *. CO.
804 H. W. Hellman bldg. A 2659, Main
' .»«« ■ - - l-»0-»0t
REAL ESTATE LOANS. 6 AND 7 PER
cent. , Any amount; prompt mention.
Both phones. MOVER & GILBERT, 612
Frost bldg. . «-16 31"
TO LOAN-SALARIKD PEOPLE; no red
tape; without lndorser; confidential. WEST
I COAST EXCHANGE, 418 Henne bldg. 4-1-lmo
WE HAVE PRIVATE MONEY AT 6 PER
cent to 7 per cent for city property. A 9169.
Main 5937. CONLEE A POOR. ■ 4-3-3 m
MONEY TO LOAN. W. E. SIMPSON A CO..
■"• 103 Union Trust blfln. Phone F6780. t-i-tt
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
Prot W. E. King
Dead Trance Clairvoyant
PMDICTED THE ELECTION OF TAi'T.
, AND THE DEFEAT OP BRYAN. -
J^ ■ - Call and -h. will
•jjf guide you with cer-
I^\ . talnty higher than
_jf^ vCifflMrl human power; toll*
j%&f£**^W roa th* trutn< •00<'
fSL ifast^^^-MTi^. "Arise! Throw oB
vlKSLZjill*^sVX< ltiv 'hackles" Ex-
TSkfiSiW * BoX »*iS*V change sorrow for
i^O'*jBK/sitZv«s^r Joy> darkness for
m |>*" WlV*l^ i/_V. light "B. master
rasj/ y^QtjfiJlMj of ypur own d.s-
4l£&fZl ' iia *|VM d»t«*
XV" Ik »r J fact* and figures,
;' \^ - **>J reliable and im
■ ■ ... ■' ■ portant advloe.
• Inw Pee HIS KEVELA
• L.OW TCC TIONS ARE MOST
WONDERFUL and
___- >^>v acknowledged to be
Ir^—' li l\ of the highest or-
P>^ I I /f^ der, not made to
*^% 11 I (i »atl*fy Idl. ourloa.
<\J/ V\ - /' lv-/ giV. tho*. who
tl J/ x \^y civ* thoio who
> seek the truth a
• permanent benefit
To ree.lv. th. »0o reading you mwt cnt thi.
advertisement out and bring It witn you.
hbwaßß
ef pretender* and partially ««»*J»f '* m ß *j
aluma They copy hi. «d«rtl"Sa. pie\S2
In .fany .mall.r cities n»*'B, n*^^bi^»lea
r*hember PROF. W. H. KINO ca» «» ».»
«ily at cl^'plt'kJna^k'solicttkd
HIGH CLASS PATKONAUK BOMCTTKD
• ' Reading* dally and Sunday, 10 to S.
. Permanently located !■ hi" own homj.
BETWKKN SKCOVD AND THIRD Bm
NEAR ANC.KI.S' FLIGHT
247— 50. Hill St.—
FAOIf.VV. B. KINO
4-18-1
MONET MADE 'DA 11,1, AND HERALD
want ad* help to make It Let your want*
becom. . known - through Herald want ad*.
Herald want ad* destroy want*. t-U-«
PROF. IRA L. GUILFORD. PHRENOLOGIST.
psychic, palmist. 314 W. «TH BT. 4-7-tf
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES^
Shorthand School
Day and Evening Classes.
I Individual Instruction. ■ ■
" * Qraphaphone equipment. .'•. :."
TUX COMPANY OF PUBLIC
'..: STENOGRAPHERS,
»O-S-8 H. W. Hellman building. ' :
S£* Art and Design
Westlake . . J
Park. Every ' branoh day ; »nd night. Illus
trated Prospectus. Every 'ranch rudiments
to highest. Home 7873. L. E. G. Macleod,
plrector. . - • -
German. English
v Shorthand
ay experienced teacher.' Terms ' moderate.
tBO W. *l»t St. Phone ' South «42».
•• ■Ml WKBT FIFTH BT. Batabllabwl IIML
• Oppo.lt* Central park.
: Hamburger ' Bldg.. «20 ■ W., Eighth 'St
CALIFORNIA bCHOUL FOB «OT9; BOARD
ing and day; primary. Intermediate and <x>l>
lege preparatory courses; military drill, phy
<f sical culture, (loyd. IMS LOVELACE AVOL
"'. IJ. WILLIAM BRICK. M. A.. Principal,
} Hem. Utn, : *-»*«
Y. M. C. A. DAY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.
' complete commercial, stenographic and ac
countancy courses. Male teacher* only. *
.";'., -i- --.-■■ — <■ ■ - ...-■-■■■ 4-13-18-18-3t
■^, ;i :;:n-:; STORAGE "''.:" : ; .".
LARGE PRIVATES LOCKED, IRON ROOMS
si for furniture,. etc., $1.60 ■ and $2 ■ per month;
I trunks, • boxes, etc., 26c to too; open vans
is 6 per day, or 75c per hour. • We pack and
' ■hip ■■ household good* everywhere at re
; duced rate*. COLYEAR-S VAN AND STOR
'. AGE CO, office 609-11 S. Main st. War.
house 416-17 , San , Pedro «t. > Phone* F3I7L
: i?- Main HIT.-■-"■-■ ■•2' '•'--'■'■ ' ' »-»-tf
DENTI3TS
2il'~7»ACHMA>Mr~*»*-'» Majentlo Theawr
Bldg., 8.5 S. Bdwnr. WiUU Main 8818. U
?■'■'? - BANITARIUMS
~u~ui-\/XJ^-ri^^ri_rx»'XOJXJ%J'XJ'xj~i-f~i-i"^J~crxjn-r'i-j~i-r'i «wwr
Weak Men
CURED
■T magic Quire
j^_T Sent Free
-l^N^ffllfc*'' For 10 Days
MY BEST REFErScE IS ; TfiStl
#gg«B \FREE
Weak or Old Men Made Strong,
Firm and Vigorous.
12.00 to cure any • uncomplicated case of
any common affection of long or short dura
tion. Written ' guarantee for every case.
Lost Vigor, Weakness, Varlcoeele, Weakened
Manhood. Prostatle ' Diseases. Contracted
Disorders, Blood Poison, Stricture, Private
Diseases, Rapid Decline, Kidney and Blad
der troubles cured. „
We defy the world to excel our treat
ment*. V
Piles cured without knife or pain.
Consultation, Examination and Expert ad
vice free and gladly (riven at office or by
Address DR.KINQ&CO.,
745 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
I Will Give $1000
If I Fail to CURE any CANCER
or TUMOR I Treat Before it Poi
sons Deep Glands
NO KNIFE or
PAIN. No Pay until t_^ —k ..
Cured. No X Ray or M^' W^
other swindle. An 1^ H__Of f
Inland plant m»ke« >^V
the cures. Absolute i*^^B BLm,
Guarantee. Any T.i- -tfsK^H Hk
mor, Lump or Sore IT jLYa^Mß^ff^L^Lwfl
on the lip, face or ■ /~MBf'a>?lM3l Jm
anywhere 6 months ■ I BBBH*h|
Is Cancer. They '^J Wy' nulifSHKi
never pain until latH J^^^mS mHBHt^I
Kta;,'''. ISO ■ pica *T^*»7rni'
book sent free with Mr Ik H.
testimonials of thou- fl -**^^ Jr ™
sands cured. *
WJCITK TO THEM. ,; ;' .
Any Lump in Woman's Breast
IS CANCER, and if neglected It will always
poison deep gland* In the armpit and kill
quickly. Address
Dr.- and Mrs. Dr. Chamley & Co.
"Moat Successful Cancer Specialist* Living,"
747 South Main St. LOS ANGELES,. CAL.
Kindly Send to Some One With
Cancer.
HAIZLJP'S ANTI-BLOOD POISON CAN BE
bought only at 320 W. 49TH ST. 4-13-tf
SEWING MACHINES I\{-'.
CUT RATE sewing machines
■ ;■ ',:... .
' »S—FOR A VERY GOOD WHITE.
. $S—FOR A GOODRICH MACHINE.
S«—A GOOD NEW HOME.
—TAKES A NICE SINGER.
IMPROVED HIGH ARM SINOEK.
$10—DANDY WHEELER & WILSON.'
$10 —A SPLENDID DOMESTIC.
110—A FIRST CLASS SINGER.
110—DROPTOP MINNESOTA.
112—SWELL DROPTOP MACHINES.
$10—FOR NEW HAND MACHINES.
$18—FOR A . DROPTOP SINGER.
$15
FOR ANY NEW HIGH GRADEJ
MACHINE. NEW MACHINES
SOLD ON AESY TERMS.
L.' C. ACKLEY, 410 WEST 7TH ST.
PHONES—MAIN 1921 OR F2307. 81
FOR SALE-SEWING MACHINES, NEW
Homes, Singers, Wheeler & Wilsons. Domes
tic», Whites and many other makes from M
up. % ■,_«—"r ..-
IB j
Of these machine* will in sold for
$4.00
IS
Will be sold for
•» $5.00 . . '
■ - ; —I«—' • '■■" ■ -■•-■ •■
Will be sold for
»6.00 . .
10——- ' i
Will be sold for
—$7.00
Drop head machines, all makes, will be sold
for IS and up; every machine guaranteed. All
kinds rented, repaired and exchanged.
- WHITE SEWING MACHINE OFFICE.
Tel. Main 2105; Home F6757. 557 S. Broadway
4-ls-l
•gSiliife^ Bargains in Machines 1
yjCffYf ifr Sewing Machines
E]cFai£3uii> j>a We have a number of them
thla w<"<ilt. and ie y° u wl"
M^*^MM come )n and look at them
I-Jl you will not only want to
**-4Uj*hbCZ} buy, Inn be well pleased and
. •■•» dollars ahead. Of course wo
always have the Standard Rotary in stock
If you want the best machine made. But
: this week we have a number of specials,
new and second hand, that will go for $5
' and up. All makes RENTED AND RE
PAIRED.' Don't forget the place.
Standard Sewing Machine Agency,
536 S. Broadway. Los Angeles, Cal.
4-18-1
f
FOR SALE— • V
■ -25 DROPHEADS SEWING MACHINES
$12 TO $18. ALL MAKES, SINGERS,
WHEELER & WILSONS, WHITES, NEW
HOMES, STANDARDS, 'DA VIES, DO
MESTICS FOR $3, $4, $5, $6, $7; ALSO
ONE SINGER TAYLOR MACHINE $10.
118 SOUTH SPRING ST. ■• 4-18-1
INVESTMENTS
OIL • INVESTOR OR SPECULATOR
WANTED, $11,000 TOMORROW ON 60 ACRES
OF THE BEST PROVEN OIL LAND lIN
■ WEST; END OF SANTA MARIA FIELD.
I.AND ON ALL SIDES SELLING AT FROM
$1000 TO $3000 PER ACRE. NOT A DRY
' HOLE IN THE DISTRICT. 800 BBL. FLOW
' ING WELLS WITHIN 60 RODS. WILL
' NAME A PROPOSITION WHICH YOU CAN
NOT EQUAL ANYWHERE. UNLESS YOU
MEAN . BUSINESS • PLEASE ■, DO ■ NOT
BOTHER ME. ROOM 304. STIMSON BLDG.,
■ THIRD AND SPRING STS. •'■ -4-18-1
HUNTER & CRANE. INVESTMENT BROK
--, era, 800 Broad street, Newark, N. J. Bond
and stock Issues underwritten • and sold,
i syndicates formed, mining, oil and industrial
I enterprises financed. • No advance fees. 4-18-1
BICYCLES r .'•'■■' ',_ : \
n^~sTu]
..,..■ MOTORCYCLES >''.'•
'< have won more gold medal* ' (or • endurance
than ' any other motorcycle -In the world.
; ■'Nut ud." C. L. SMITH, 604J4 W. Seventh
atr«t. „.,:;.• ■: •; .- ,'V^ •,;--.• .t-M-W-M
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1009.
FOR RENT FOR RENT
Houses • Houses
FOR RENT
Seven-Room Bungalow in Highland Park. Magnificent
view of mountains and arroyo. Will rent either for
six months or a year, furnished or unfurnished. In
quire 5336 Abbott place, or telephone 39184 after 10:30
o'clock mornings.
CHURCH NOTICES
MURPHY GOSPEL
TEMPERANCE MEETING
Blanchard hall Sunday night, 7:30.
WILLIAM J. MURPHY, the great "apostle
of temperance." will be main speaker.
Angelua, male quartet will sing. MISS
MATTIE SCHERER will sing. Large
choir, excellent music. Everybody In
vited. 4-17-2
ST. MATTHIAS CHURCH—
(Episcopal) cor. Washington street and Nor
mandle avenue. Rector, Rev. Alfred Morton
Smith. ' Sunday services: Mass, 7:30 a. m.;
matins, 8:30 a. m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.;
high choral mass, with sermon, 11 a. m. The.
Easter day service will be repeated. Even-
Ing prayer, 4:30 p. m.; dally mass, 7:30 a. m.,
except Monday 8 a. m. Litany and Interces
sion, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Litany Friday
4:30 p. m. The annual mass of the
Catholic club of the diocese of Los
Angeles - will be ' held at St. 1 Matthias
church on. Thursday, April 22, at 11 a. m.
Celebrant, the Rev. Alfred Morton Smith;
preacher, the Rev. Richard H. Gushee of On
tario, president" of the club. > Take Wash
ington street car. , ' . ' 4-18-1
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH .
Hope street, near Ninth.
REV. WM. HORACE DAY, D. D., Pastor
'til a. m.—"The. END THEREOF—
TEST THEREOF." Sermon, Rev. War
ren F. Day, D.'D., pastor emeritus.
7:4S—THE BARACAS AND PHILA
THEAS In charge. Short, bright addresses
by young men. Report* of Investments.
.-,■';. j" 4-17-2
ST. PAUL'S
PRO-CATHEDRAL
523 South Olive street.
VERY REV. WILLIAM MAC CORMACK,
Dean and Rector
7:30 a. m.Holy communion.
, 11 a. m.—Morning prayer and sermon
, by the rector. Subject. "Gathering up the
Fragments that Remain."
7:30 —Evening prayer and sermon by the
rector. Subject, "Christian Consolidation."
4-17-2
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
• SERVICES
Second Church of Christ. Scientist—Simpson
auditorium. 734 South Hope street Services
Sunday at 11 a. m. and Bp. m. sermon from
the Christian Science Quarterly: subject,
"Doctrine of Atonement."' Children's Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Wednes
day evening meeting at 8 o'clock at Simpson
auditorium and I also the Gamut club. 1044
South Hope street, at 8:15. Reading rooms,
610-511 Herman W. Hellman bldg.. Spring and
Fourth streets, open daily, Sundays excepted,
from- 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 4-12-7
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Flower street, near Seventh.
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS HENRY, Minister.
. " Preaching services 11 a. m. and 7:46 p.
m. Morning theme, "How Christ Trans
forms Human Lives." Evening topic,
•■Pharaoah's Hard Heart, or How tre Devil
Deforms Men." Prelude,' "Stripe* for the
Crime Maker and the Brlke Taker." Sun
day school 9:30 a. m. Young people* ral
lies 6:16. Special music. Seats ' free.
Every one welcome. 4-17-2
~~; THE LOS ANGELES
FELLOWSHIP
Reynold E. Blight will speak In Blanch
ard hall, 233 South Broadway, at 11 a. m.
on "The Religion of Robert G. Ingersoll."
; Good music. All seats free. > ,4-17-2
SUNDAY LECTURE
j Edward Adams Cantrell, Mammoth hall, 617
i South Broadway, 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Subject, "Following Jesus: Is It Possible? Is
It Desirable? Is Any One in Los Angeles
Doing It?" Silver collection at the door.
■,-,:.• , ' •- .. :■ .- ■ . ' 4-18-1
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
925 South Flower St. •* ; "'
I - E. ST ANTON 11OIH.1N. Minister.
Subject for Sunday morning, April 18,
"Drop Your Bucket Where You Are."
Sunday school at 9:45. _ 4-17-2
NOTICE) TO CHURCHES— FOR ALL
church notices for the Saturday and Sunday
morning Issues I* requested to be turned In
at' The Herald ' office by ; Friday noon, if
' possible. This will assure proper classifica
tion and publication. S-11-tt
LIBERAL CLUB, : 517 S. BROADWAY, 8
p. m.. Charles 8.-Cooper will lecture on
"Woman, are they a menace to the race?"
Admission free. ■■■■..-.■■ 4-18-1
cesspools :^^
V CESSPOOLS'
We clean them clean; all work
done satisfactory to inspectors;
our system is sealed; no odor
whatever; 4 years' . experience in
this city.
Branch office,, 206 Frost Bldg.
Los Angeles Sanitary Co. ,
Phones 59146, Temple 593.
;• ■ ■ :■ ■■■'■:..•. *l v ' 4-15-tf
CESSPOOLS CLEANED OUT
RED CROSS V
■ j SANITARY \ COMPANY V
CaiTlJp
59004, Main 8695.
\'^:Wi , ' ■;;-;':~T,. .' . V 4-15-tf
CESSPOOLS
./ . It to it clean* them out. .We take oat
, 117 gallon* at each load more than other
• companies. ■ :■ • ■ •■■•-'■ ■••■ ■..■ '-• ■
IMPERIAL PUMPING CO.
Home ttO4O. West IH» / - l-«-tt
,'V.;/^ r L.OBT AND FOUND \'.-i_._V.V
LOST— PIN OF PEARLS SATURDAY.
( Finder kindly ' return ,to ? 3020 WILSHIRE
i BLVD. Home phone 52608, and receive reward.
, ._.:-",: „.-; ■■": ■■ vMv r ... .;■■>» -S 4-18-1
LOST—SMALL DIAMOND EAR SCREW.
-• Return to GLOBE - ■ BEDDING CO., . ■ 633
Bait. sth; »10 reward. . i-16-U-2»
FOR RENT—FOR THE SUMMER, COM
fortable house of seven rooms, furnished;
everything modern; ferns and pleasant yard;
owner wishes to reserve one room; reason
able terms to the right parties. 213 N.
OLIVE ST. 4-13-tf
FOR RENT-$l2; FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE. 2H3
Santa Cruz street; Hollywood car to Cawco,
two blocks south; Edendale line to Santa
Cruz street; hljth ground. Key next door
east. Phone A 3356. 4-18-1
FOR RENT—S-ROOM HOUSE, STRICTLY
modern; good location; $25. 1729 WALL ST.
See owner 033 K. Eleventh street after Sun
day. 4-18-2
FOR RENT— TEN-ROOM HOUSE CLOSE
In. Just renovated, $25. 807 ALPINE,
mar Flgueroa. 4-18-3
FOR RENT-IN HOLLYWOOD. TO SMALL
family, 8-room, new house; hardwood floors.
Phone HOME 67161. 4-4-11-18-25
FOR RENT-$!7: 6-ROOM MODERN COT
tage. Phone 29240.__. 4-ls-^S
Houses—Furnished
FOR KENT—FIVE WELL FURNISHED
rooms and buffet kitchen; oil and water color
pictures, gas and electricity; lawn; $20 month.
1241 E. ADAMS. Hooper carr Also 3-room flat,
$11. 1110 E. EIGHTH HT. 4-18-1
FOR RENT —FURNISHED HOUSE, REAR
of 964 Dewey aye., $10; new plumbing,
gas and cooking and lighting; adults
only Owner, 1038 Catallna. West 3736.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED COTTAGE, 42D
st. and Flgueroa, close to cars; clean and
modern; rent $22. Phone SOUTH 76.
4-18-1
FOR RENT —5-ROOM COTTAGE, COM
pletely furnished, $25. 1213 W. 11TH.
Rooms—Furnished
THE LIVINGSTON HOTEL—
First class room and board, home cooking,
$S per week and up. C 33 S. HILL.
J-21-«m
ST. REGIS APARTMENTS—
237 S. FLOWER. A 7336, Main 5061. 2-room
rooms, $7.50 monthly. 4-13-7
ROSSMORE, 416 W. Sixth St.
Newly renovated, new management, $1.50
up; transient 3-27-3 m
FOR RENT—FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS
for light housekeeping or sleeping; all con
veniences; $7 month. 420 S. FIGUEROA.
4-18-1
FOR RENT—TWO CHOICE ROOMS FOR
gentlemen; private family; Westlaka district;
$S and $10 month; also board. 1231 Vi
WEST SEVENTH. 4-16-3
FOR RENT —NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM,
with or without housekeeping; no children,
modern conveniences, walking distance.
1400 W. 7TH. 4-15-4
THE OKELk 213 S. MAIN; DAY, WEEK
or month; terms reasonable; under new
management; transient trade solicited.
3-28—4-4-11-18
FOR RENT — NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms, transient and permanent. HOTEL
WHITTIER, 618 i£ S. Spring st.
4-4-11-18-25-4t
SINGLE OR EN SUITE—TERMS REASON
abIe; in center of business; cars in all direc
tions. 217 S. MAIN. See them. 4-18-1
HOTEL WALDO, 107 E. 6TH ST.—NICELY
furnished rooms centrally located; terms
reasonable. 3-28—4-4-11-18
Stores and Offices
FOR RENT—STORES IN AN OUTLYING
business center where there Is a decided
opening for the various lines of business.
Rents from $7.60 to $20 par month. Sea
OWNER. 408 S. Broadway. S-21-U
FOR RENT —NEW STORE, FIRST CLASS
for meat market, next to grocery. In
qulre at «02. E. 6TH ST. 4-14-5t
Fiats
FOR RENT—AT 633 CERES AYE., CLOSE
to depot, a 4-room upper flat; only $15 per
month; water free.
BLACK BROS..
209 H. W. Hellman bldg. 4-18-1
FOR riENT—$B AND $12; THREE AND FIVE
room flats; gas, electricity and bath: water
paid; all outside rooms. 791 MERCHANT
ST. Main 2799. 4-18-1
Flats— Furnished
FOR RENT—SECOND STORY OF PRIVATE
lesldence; cleanly, furnished for housekeep
ing, for two or three persons; beautiful
home; small family. 1630 S. MAIN. 4-18-1
FOR RENT-LIGHT FURNISHED FLAT, ALL
modern Improvements; in good condition; rent
$15. 242314 BROOKLYN AYE. Phone Boyle
838. 4-16-7
FOR RENT—FURNISHED FLAT. 4 ROOMS,
$20 month. 1624 LAS VEGAS ST. 4-18-3
Country Homes
FOR RENT —(6) SIX ACRES, BARN.
house, family orchard, chicken yards, wa
ter piped; six miles of city limits near
Whlttler P. E. line. J. F. BERRY. 4th
and Klnta sts.. Long Beach. 4-14-71
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
CAPITAL FURNISHED
Industrial, manufacturing, mining, oil,
gas and railway stock and bond issues
sold direct to investors; commission basis.
SAMUEL GRAHAM & CO., Selling Brok
ers, 43 Sacrament St., Montreal, Canada.
4-18-1
I HAVE A MONEY MAKER FOR SINGLE
man to go to Kansas; can make from $10 to
$50 per day; easy work; will exchange for
something here; what havo you? BOX 538.
Herald. 4-18-1
FOR RENT—IiARGE GARAGE. DOING A
good business; rent nominal; no machinery
or good will to buy. This Is a rare opening.
6ee OWNER. 408 S. Broadway. 3-21-tf
FOR SALE-$450; A BARGAIN IN A NEAT
grocery, doing a nice business; good sur
roundings; no competition; close. Call on
owner, 3601 SAN PEDRO ST. 4-18-2
FOR SALE—REAL~~ESTATE AND INSUR
ance business; must sell because of lam
lly troubles. J. G. REINHARDT, San
Jaclnto, Cal. 4-14-18-U
j"*W. WEIGHTMAN & CO., 341 S. HILL ST.
Reliable partner wanted in very profitable
manufacturing business; $500 investment and
services. * <-M-l
FOR SALE-FIRST^CLASS MEAT MARKET,
central location; good cash trade established.
See OWNER, 606 Prospect aye., Hollywood.
4~^11" 18-25
FOR SALE-SMALL MACHINE SHOP AND
business at 130 K. SECOND ST. Open 9 to
11 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. 4-18-1
Festal-rant for sale cheap; doing
good business. 374 E. FIFTY-FOURTH ST.
( 4-18-3
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
TELEPHONES: MAIN 2806; F4J3I.
LealfSoa
Leading .
Business Brokers
= '
SUITS 311-312-31214 SEVERANCE BLDG.
NORTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND
MAIN STREETS.
OUR BUSINESS CHANCES INCLUDE LOS
ANGELES AND VICINITY OF
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. '
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE
$10,000 or invoice; GENERAL. merchan
■ disc STORE at a prominent coast town; low
rent, good lease;, will consider exchange for
good residence property In Portland, Los An
geles. Long Beach or Pasadena to % value;
balance cash and terms; exceptional oppor
tunity to get a large business.
GROCERY AND MEATS; 5 living
• rooms upstairs; rent $25; city limits: no com
petition; doing $35 daily; meat cart, horse and
wagon; complete fixtures; all In splendid con
dition; this location cannot be surpassed for
groceries, meats, wood, feed, etc. See LEAHY
& SON.
11600; ICE CREAM, CANDIBS; manufac
turers of all kinds of home made candles;
fine soda fountain, cash register, large Ice
cream and soda water trade; seats 32 people
in rear room; counters, show cases, bark
. shelving: all complete and neat rent only
$30; west side. Sea LEAHY & SON.
$750; GROCERY, at Invoice; good trad*.
Including fruits, Ice cream, etc.; rent $20; all
cash trade; no delivery; counter business;
fixtures about $300; stock may Invoice $450;
we can recommend this business, and will
guarantee the title; he buys for cash and
sells for cash. See LEAHY & SON.
$1100; GARAGE and MACHINE SHOP In
prominent beach town; will Invoice for suit
able buyer and make good terms; complete
line of tools, lathes, drill presses, etc.; rent
$40; large room for work and storage; doing
good business; beach town now booming. See
LEAHY & SON.
$850—BAKERY, CANDIES, TEAS AND
COFFEES, 2 rear rooms; rent $30; aver
age $25 daily; large oven, bake shop com
plete; store room fitted for groceries;
horse and wagon for delivery; one of the
most complete bakeries and grocery stores
In the city. See LEAHY & SON.
$1200 — BAKERY, nearby town; 3 good
horses and wagons; a fine route, large
oven; display and sales room, 6-year lease;
rent $25; receipts $175 weekly and can
be increased by effort; town of 2500 in
habitants. This business is fully worth
$1600, can buy this week for $1200. See
LEAHY & SON.
$550—BICYCLE AND GENERAL RE
PAIR SHOP, nearby town; rent $10.
wheels for rent; also tinning and plumb-
Ing; electric wiring done, fixtures and
supplies; only shop of kind in town; $460
will buy without tinning and plumbing
tools; open to thorough investigation. See
LEAHY & SON.
$2000— CAFE and LUNCH ROOM
on Broadway, half cash, balance monthly;
clearing $75 weekly and ever; buyer can
stay in place and see for himself before
buying and ascertain status of business;
every privilege given to buyer no fairer
offer on the market. See LEAHY & SON.
$2400 will buy a BOWLING and POOL
HALL in nearby town of 10,000 population;
my equity $1500; will take $500 cash, balance
' clear property, or discount for cash; $900
against, payable monthly; 4 alleys, 3 pool
tables; tobacco and fixtures will Invoice $3000.
See LEAHY & SON.
$1000 FIXTURES—STOCK OF GROCERIES
at invoice, about $2000; doing $70 daily, veri
fied by the books; rent $46; one large living
room; this west side GROCERY will be sold
this week to a buyer with a guarantee of
statements. See LEAHY & SON.
WANTED, AN ACTIVE MAN IN THE
WHOLESALE PRODUCE BUSINESS who
can place $2000 or more; seat on board of
directors; investment refunded If trial not
satisfactory; stock worth $118; tremendous
business; must have active man; salary and
guarantee for return of Investment. See
LEAHY & SON.
$2750—GROCERIES, FRUITS, ETC.; Al lo
cation; doing $66 dally: all fixtures, horse,
wagons and buggies, with fine salable stock
of groceries; at lump price; no good will to
pay for; you can get a paying Investment If
you look into this proposition at once.
See LEAHY & SON.
$1150—GROCERY, MEAT MARKET; four
living rooms; rent $30; doing $1500 per month;
fixtures at $550; stock will Invoice $600;
horses, buggy and wagon, counters, show
cases, scales and complete fixtures for gen
eral grocery and meat market go wUh sale.
See my agents, LEAHY & SON.
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$1600, cash or exchange, MEAT MAR
KTE; fresh and smoked meats and fish;
doing $70 daily; rent $21; located west
side; will invoice; horse, wagons, fixtures
and stock; trade all cash; everything up
to date. This Is one of the best meat
markets in the city. See LEAHY & SON.
$900—GROCERY - DELICATESSEN - BAK
ERY; 6 living rooms; rent $30; on S. Main
st. grocery fixtures, steam table, soda foun
tain, all new and in splendid condition; do-
Ing business of $20 dally; will be sold within
a few days at the sacrifice price named. See
LEAHY & SON.
$2500—WHOLESALE -'AMILY LIQUOR
BUSINESS; 1 horse. 2 wagons, 1 buggy;
rent $85, long and valuable lease; the
' license and lease worth entire price asked;
completely fitted up and doing a large
, high class trada; prominent corner store.
Investigate this at once through LEAHY
& SON.
$1300— GROCERY; stock will Invoice about
$700, fixtures at $600; average trade, $45 dally;
good lease; one of the nicest, cleanest family
stores in a busy location; good class of credit
and all counter trade; you cannot make a
mistake by investigating this business chance
through LEAHY. & SON.
$400—A NEAT CIGAR STAND; cash regis
ter, shelving and counters, quartered oak;
full stock of cigars and tobacco; rent $20;
fixtures about $200. stock at invoice; laundry
agency; owners have two places; will sell
smaller at a bargain; books show business.
See LEAHY & SON. ,V.}
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERY at In
voice; west side location; fixtures at $1000,
stock at invoice; rent $45; doing $76 dally.
The; very best class of good paying trade.
Positively the best opportunity to obtain a
fine paying cash trade at invoice. For par
ticulars see LEAHY & SON.
$900—GROCERY; 6 living rooms; rent $45,
will invoice: all cash: trade; also a meat
market adjoining room; will Invoice $400; all
cash trade; the entire business for sale or
either, as you may desire; $45 rent covers
both places; fine business corner. See
LEAHY & SON.
MEAT MARKET-HOOPER AYE.. rent $18
monthly; 3 living rooms; $500 or Invoice;
will trade for lot, Inside property.
$550—MEAT MARKET; rent $15; average
business $40 daily; horse and wagon and all
fixtures. " ''-\j'i
$1600-Cash or exchange; MEAT MARKET;
fresh and smoked meats and fish; doing $70
dally; rent $21; located west side; will In
voice; horses, wagons, fixtures and stocks;
•trade all cash; everything up to date. This
Is one of the best meat markets In tho city.
See LEAHY & SON.
OUR ROOMING HOUSE AND HOTEL
PROPERTIES ARE ' AMONG THE MOST
DESIRABLE PROPOSITIONS ON THE
MARKET.
IF YOU BUY THROUGH US WE PRO
TECT YOU AND GUARANTEE TITLE.
Leahy,& Son
SUITE Sll-312-312V4 SEVERANCE ' BLDG..
NORTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND MAIN
4-18-1
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
W^UL7TI7IKE~To'nEAR"KK'i.\I ANYONE
who has a good Investment proposition to
offer where a few thousand dollars could
bo profitably Invested in mining enter
prises or industrial proposition; no saloons
considered. Give brief details and price
of any good stock. Wish to hear from
parties who will sell only to buyer,
where no agent's commission Is added to
the price of stock. Address 1. A.
LESHER, 49 West Monroe St., Chicago,
111. 4^lB-1
INFORMATION* WANTED FROM INVEN
tor who has patent for sale which would
be money maker If properly placed upon
the market. Wish to hear from Inventor
only who will sell direct to buyer without
paying any commission. Please give low
est spot cash price, or terms on royalty
basis. No agents need answer. Give
brief description and . price. Don't send
blue prints or drawings. Address I. A.
LESHER, 47 West Monroe St., Chicago,
111. 4-18-1
FOR HALE OR EXCHANGE
LISTEN, SPECULATORS AND BUYERS
Those old people have three rooming houses
and they are both sick and must sell. If you
want a genuine bargain Just see them. You
can set your own plica if you can pny halt
cash, balance monthly. Be sure to siu those
hiusi's, you can double your money; It* not
scil'l by the 24th the second hand man Is in
vited to come and bid. You must so see. the
owner at 218,4 E. NINTH. Main 5246. 4-18-1
WANTED —INFORMATION REGARDING
good business for sale In prosperous com
' munity. Wish to hear from owner who
will " sell * direct to buyer without paying
. any commission. Not particular about lo
cation, Please briefly describe any good
business which you wish to sell at an
honest price. No agents need answer.
Address I. A. LESHER, 48 West Monroe.
Chicago, 111. ■ 4-18-1
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
FOR EXCHANGE— BEAUTIFUL ROOMING
HOUSE OF 37 ROOMS; EVERYTHING
NEW, ELEGANT FURNITURE; 3 YEARS'
LEASE; LOW RENT, $3.50 PER ROOM.
THE LOCATION IS" CLOSE IN AN£> IS
IDEAL, DOING A NICE BUSINESS. PRICE
IS A BARGAIN. OUR CLIENT WILL EX
CHANGE FOR MODERN RESIDENCE IN
THIS CITY AND WILL ASSUME A REA
SONABLE AMOUNT. MUST BE SOLD IM
MEDIATELY.
RAHN INVESTMENT CO., . . : ■
303-4-5 Stlmson bldg., Third and Spring sts.
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4-18-1
"~ RANCH LANDS
FOR EXCHANGE—
A special bargain, 40 acres one mile
south of town of Corcoran; new 4-room
bungalow and large barn, gas well sup
plying water and natural gas for domestic
purposes. Land is planted to barley.
This property is situated in the midst of
the best improvements; good, substantial
homes on all sides; $5500. I will accept a
good house or cottage in Los Angeles city
as part payment,
MARSHALL STIMSON,
801-2 Wright & Callender bldg. .
Phones Main 4441, Home F7327. 4-18-1
FOR EXCHANGE — GRAND HAPID9,
Mich. 66-foot business lot and 10-room
residence, located downtown; ¥1000, want
property here.
100 acre*. Dent Co.. Mo., partly culti
vated; $3000. clear. Want real estate or
apartment bouse.
40 acres, Koscommon Co., Mich., good
soil; $2000, clear. Want real estate or
rooming house.
HORACE G. HAMILTON CO.,
300-301 Fay Bldg. ■ 4-18-1
IOK EXCHANGE— ~"
MILLING PLANT
FEED MILLS
HAY AND GRAIN .
'-^~, BUSINESS. ■/,•'.
For ranch we offer above, located In
food town near L. A.; all In fine running
' order. Can lease $100 per month. Price
$15,000. Want ranch here or north.
HORACE G. HAMILTON CO.,
300-301 Fay Bldg. 4-18-1
FOR EXCHANGE—
40 acres one mile north of Corcoran,
Kings county, on county road; rich, level
land; $4000. Will accept equity In good
cottage in Los Angeles.
MARSHALL STIMSON.
801-2 Wright & Callender bldg.
Phones Main .4441, Home F7327. 4-18-1
FOR EXCHANGE-10 ACRES CORN.ER VER
mont and Monte Vista; Just the property for
subdivision; Redondo and San Pedro cars
liaes the property; will exchange equity of
$7500 for Pico street Improved property and
assume. H. J. WOOLLACOTT & SON,
agents, 409 Lankershim bldg. 4-18-1
FOR EXCHANGE—HARDWARE, IMPlJB
ments, wagons, furniture, business and
real estate, near St. Paul, Minn.; $13,000
clear. Want ranch, will assume or pay
"""HORACE G. HAMILTON CO.,
300-301 Fay Bldg. 4-18-1
FOR EXCHANGE—2I*4 ACRES FlRST
clas* orange or alfalfa land with running
Inch of water to every live acres, piped on
land; will exchange for city lots or house;
•will pay difference or assume. Address
BOX 666, Herald. . 4-18-1
FOR EXCHANGE— HOUBE, 7
story; lot 60x150, east front; fruit trees,
lawn, roses, etc. Price $5000. mortgage
$2000. Country property. ■ ■ _; . ,; '
HORACE G. HAMILTON CO.,
300-301 Fay Bide- 4-18-1
FOR EXCHANGE-$BOO EQUITY IN *1100
Highland Park lot as first payment on lot
In Arlington or Crenshaw Heights district.
BOX 537, Herald. <-18 1
FOR EXCHANGES—Wb" CAN EXCHANGE
your property, no matter where looated,
BLACK & COMPANY. 418-10 Grant bldg.
A 1077. Main 7076. ;.>.£..■. »-»•»
FOR EXCHANGE—THREE LOTS 40X143,
fenced, four-room house; good well, windmill.
Want lots or cottage. 83406. 4-18-25—5-2-9 j
TO EXCHANGE FOR LOTS OR ACREAGE,
equity In two houses at Long Beach. BOX
_ 660, Herald. * *-'i
Miscellaneous "Swaps"
WANTED—GOOD 5-FASSENGER CAR; WILL
give clear real estate. Phone AS6IS. 4-18-1
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
PATENTS—I FURNISH MY CLIENTS WITH
copies of i all correspondence had in their
cases (except foreign); I also furnish free of
charge completa copies of drawings and
specifications. Retain this for future refer
ence. JAMES R. TOWNSEND, Bradbury
block. Phone Main 347; Home 4619.
2-28^0-If
PATENTS—I FURNISH MY CLIENTS WITH
copies of all correspondence had In their
cases (except foreign); I also furnish free cf
charge complete copies of drawings and
specifications. Retain this for future refer
trence. JAMES R. TOWNSEND, Bradbury
block. Phon* Main 347; Home AlBl9. 2-28-so-tt
PATENTS-U. 6. AND FOREIGN; INFOR.
■nation book tree. to Inventors. BROOKS A
LIDDEKB, 608-610 L. A. Trust bldg., tiecoad
and Spring street*. __"
O. B. HARPHAM GETS PATENTS. INVBN
tlons financed; patent litigation; II years'
.«p.r'«no. «1J UNION TRU3T 141;,D£l 4 I;, D£
TYPEWRITERS _
TVPBWBITXBO '""BOUGHT." 7 AND BOLD,
rented; all makes; guaranteed; repairing.
BAKEK HOB* CO, Inc., S44VS, S. Bdw.y.|
Main 4881. 4-l-»ot|
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDEP3
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HZ ' '
PLANS AND SPECIFICA
TIONS FOR BUNGALOWS
AND COTTAGES
We will make plans and specifications
for any house of your own design, abso
lutely free, and wo have over 500 plans
for you to get Ideas from. We will submit
the lowest bids on all classes of buildings,
and are la the business to please and
.satisfy. - ; , .
WORK GUARANTEED "
BOhDS FURNISHED |
$150
Build* 2-room bungalow, stained, pam
■ -' pered, porcelain sink, '.omplete.
$250
Build* 4-room bungalow, painted, pa
pered, porcelain sink, etc.
$290
Builds 4-room bungalow, complete wife
porcelain plumbing.
$750
Builds 5-room modern cottage; porcelali '
plumbing, best plaster, tinted; painted
wired for electricity; ahlna closet and
kitchen cupboards; trout and bad
porches.
0
$1000
Builds 6-room bungalow, plastered,
tinted, porcelain plumbing; wired,
pressed brick mantel; beautiful oak
doors and slash grain Oregon pine finish.
Don't fall to see this plan.
$1300
Builds m -story bouse, six rooms, mod
era plumbing, hardwood floors, largk
porches and large room*,
;.. /. !:;.■ — ■•■ •
$1575
.•••.Builds 1W -story 7-room house and I
closets. This house has a Holmes dis
appearing bed Installed, latest desiiJW
of mantels, outside chimney and kltche* m
. chimney; buffet kitchen cabinets, hard,
■ wood floors and beam ceilings; slaj*
grain Oregon pins finish; best plasteij
porcelain plumbing, 2 toilets, etc.; laruf
porches.
BE SURE AND SEE THESE
PLANS BEFORE BUILDING
We can refer yo»> to 300 satisfied owner*
of house* which wo have built In Los
Angeles.
M. S. YEAGER & CO.,
323 and 329 Central Bide,
Sixth and Main st». • ,
Main 72. FSISI. .
TERMS , TERMS '■''•■TERMS.
If you own a lot we will make you easiest
. term*.
TERMS TERMS : TERMS
If you have no lot and have enough money 4*•
to build with we will furnish you «
anywhere In the city; also have good ■•■
In Redondo.
zr
Low bids on all classes of building. We
j- build anywhere in California. . .
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