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"Good People Read Herald Want Paiges—Yoo're Reading Them Now"
WANTED
Help—Male
W.»VTET>—TWO GOOD fIOYS BKTWESK
•(ten of 14 and 17 t'l carry routes south
of Seventh and east of Fljruiroa. ana
• lio two good'boys to carry routes In Pico
Height*; routes pay $9 and $10. Ask for
MR. POWERS at the Herald office after
* p. m. or call up Bdway. 3524. 11-U-tf
NO EXPENSE TO LEARN ELECTRICITY,
plumbing, bricklaying, automoblllng on con
tract Jobs In few months' time. No appren
ticeship or helpers' work. Catalog free
UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING
CO., 232 Aliso St.. Los Angeles. 10-4-tf
WANTED—RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS—
Commencement salary (800; spring exami
nations everywhere; candidates prepared
free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 13J.
Rochester. N. Y. 12-14-lmo
WANTED—WHEEL BOYS; MUST BE
over 10 years; wages *8 week. Apply to
manager of the delivery department,
VII. DE PARIS. 317-323 S. Broadway.
WANTED—TWENTY YOUNG MEN WITH
nerve to qualify for position! as sky-pllota.
Address BOX 72, Venice Postofflce, Venice,
Cal. '- 4-3t
Help Female
WANTED—LADY WITH DEEP WRINKLE
to demonstrate my ten-day deep wrinkle
treatment.
MISS BALZER
213 S. Broadway, Upstairs. 1-1-7
WANTED— LADIES; BEAUTY CULTURE
pays big. FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSINQ
COLLEGE, corner Broadway, entrance
227 Mercantile place. I6c, 25c hairdres»
lng. i"4"8
Ladies and girls at home, stead?
or •venings, can stamp transfer, $1.50 do*
upward; original, reliable firm. Room 334.
MASON BLDQ.. 328 W Fourth. »-88-tf
Help—Male and.Female .
LADIES, USE OUR HAIR RESTORER FOR
falling or gray hair, dandruff or dry or
brittle hair. Formulas sent to you for 60c.
Will give perfect satisfaction. It has been
thoroughly tested. MISS BALZER, 212 8.
Broadway, upstairs. 1-1-7
COLLEGE AND NORMAL GRADUATES TO
register for positions In Arizona. Nevada,
and California. BOYNTON TEACHERS'
AGENCY. 525 Stlmson block. 12-19-lmO
WaNIj£D—MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
the barber trade; guaranteed In eight weeks;
Catalogue free. MOLER BARBER COL
LEGE. 11) E. Second st. M-tl
Situations Male
WANTED— POSITION BY EXPERIENCED
traveling salesman to call on retail
grocery trade In Southern California.
Address BOX 210. Herald. 1-5-3
LANDSCAPE GARDENER WILL CARE
for lawn and flowers and improve grounds,
by day or month. Address BOX 206, Her
ald office. i"5"1
—SITUATION BY ELDERLY
American man; temperate and reliable.
Address BOX 205, Herald. 1-6-4
Situations Female
WANTED-DAY'S WORK CLEANING OR
laundering, by German woman, for Thurs
days and Saturdays. MRS. BCHELL, AI7S7.
.Apartment 17. 1-5-3
WISHES EMPLOYMENT—A GOOD STRONG
woman wishes work by day or hour, laun
dry or house work. Prices reasonable. Phone
MAIN 4704. 1-6-3
WANTED—PLAIN SEWING TO DO AT
home; prices reasonable. MRS. R. F.
-WESTPHAL, 252 N. Soto street, Los An
geles^ ■ 12-30-7
Money
/
»V£NTED—
(36,000—3 YEARS—S PER CENT
on Hill street property, near Fourth street,
• with three-story building renting for (500
per month. Value of property (85,000. ,
Address BOX 104, Herald office.
- l-4-4t
v
To Purchase —Miscellaneous
WANTED—
APARTMENT HOUSE.
APARTMENT HOUSE.
-APARTMENT HOUSE.
APARTMENT HOUSE.
APARTMENT HOUSE.
Must be first class. Want house 60 to
100 rooms for cash buyer. Call at once.
Ben Mr. Godfrey. .
HORACE O. HAMILTON CO.,
800-301 Fay Bldg., Third and Hill Sts.
. 1-6-6-8
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 758 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones
F8O41; Main 110«. 12-17-tf
TOP PRICES PAID FOR 2D HAND CLOTH
ING 805 SO. SPRING ST. MAIN 4024;
F2899. 12-12-tI
WANTED —ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL
second hand office desk. BOX C 2. Herald.
12-22-tf
FEATHER BEDS-PAT $5 TO (35 EACH.
Address J. RYAN. 630 •* Pedro st. 12-2-tf
PHYSICIANS
BR. HICKOK. DR. HICKOK.
SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Treats all diseases of women under a pos
itive guarantee. Ladles \«l:o have formerly
paid for each treatment, whether benefited
or not, will appreciate the difference. Pay
only for satisfactory result*. Charges mod
erate. . ■
DR. HICKOK elves modern antiseptic
treatment and patients axe In no danger
of blood poison or Infection. Everything is
cterlilzed before use.
DR. HICKOK provides a private home, with
nursing, for women In confinement. Export
care and home comforts at reasonable rates.
Confinements by modern methods are safe
and free from pain.
, DR. HICKOK gives personal attention to
every case Consultation is free and confi
dential In all troubles. Any woman not sat
isfied with her condition Is invited to call
for free consultation and free examination
DR HICKOK carefully el amines every case
and gives an honest opinion and reliable ad
vice free. X-ray examination made when
necessary. If a case Is accepted for treat
ment a cure is guaranteed Moderate charges
lor satisfactory results. Terms can be al
ways arranged. Hours 10 to 4; Sundays la
to 1. 'Phone F8236 for appointment at
other times.
DR HICKOK «32 W Sixth St.. suite 107
- ■ 12-18-tf
" , • ! "dr. CROCKER,
Specialist for Women.
1 Hamburger's Majestic Theater Building.
Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4.
CONSULT FREE.
12-:5-12 m
PlL** — ALL KINDS, I CURE THEM WlTH
out' pain, cutting or detention from bull
no»a. Moderate charges. Free consulta
tion DR. HICKOK. «2 W. Sixth^'^
DR. PRITCHARDBECTAL. FEMALE AND
crironlo diseases. 727-28 QROSSE BLD. .
. : 11-28-tf
;im: INEZ DECKER, 702 S. SPRING ST.
Obstetrics. Hours 1" to (.Room 221, 10-28T'
DR.~TA*LOK. JI7H B. MAIN IT. DISEASES
or women. t- *J-2-u
FOR RENT •
Apartments—Furnished and Un- ,
furnished
flioteS Seville
132-734 a. FiAAVEH ST.
One of the Bout family hotels In the city.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heat; {
dot and cold water; electric lights; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway. :
Phones: Main 8513; F6535. 10-17- j
The MSssoofla
672 West \Ya«hlnirtnn
funny, 2 and 3 room apartments, with pri
rate bath; all conveniences. iiki UnlTersltr
«r Washington Et. car Una. i-U-t!
The St. Regis
H! ROOM FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING:
also single rooms. 237 SOUTH FLOWER.
Main 2290; A 733«; 5 mln. to business center. |
Moderate prices. 11-20-2mu
Rooms Furnished
GIRARD HOUSE ■
116 EAST THIRD ST.
All outside rooms; central location; eleva
tor service; steam heat; ou rooms with pri
vate bath; rent as lon as (3.60 per week. I
U-l»-tf
PENIEL HOUSE
227 S. MAIN, OVER j/ENIEL, HALIj
Light, airy rooms in business center. Clean,
moral and safe place to stay. Rates 350 to
II day; (1.75 to U week. Phone Bdway 2066.
11-l>-lmo
HOTEL SOUTHERN ~"
SEVENTH AND WBSTLAKK AVB.
Warm rooms with the best table board.
One of the best family hotels In the West
lake district. Home 61640. Sunset Temple
TI7. 11-81-tt
Rooms—Unfurnished
■FOR RENT—4 OR i ROOMS. PRIVATE
bath; mantels; nicely furnished; $15, $13
and |28; one block from Crown Hill car
line. Call at 1216 W. FOURTH ST.
12-29-lmo
Houses—Unfurnished
FOR RENT —HOUSE OF 4 ROOMS; GAS
for cooking and lighting; on Thirty-eighth
and San Julian. Inquire at 2837 SOUTH
OLIVE. Phone South 6226. 12-30-7
FOR RENT— CORNER STORE; LOCATION
good for dry goods. 2825 SAN PEDRO ST.
l-j-3t
Rooms and Board
FOR RENT—AT FINEST DOWNTOWN
boarding house, elegant large front room,
fireplace and private bath; also single
rooms. Elegant large homo and beauti
ful grounds; table the very best; no car
fare; prices reasonable. Phones: Main
4828, F1673. 416 N. BROADWAY, top of
tunnel, 12-15-tf
Store Rooms
FOR RENT-ONE-HALF OF NEW STORE,
714 South Broadway. Inquire WHITE SEW
ING MACHINE CO.. 628 S. Spring. 12-6-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
" FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS ON
real estate security .
40 per cent of value. ■
Prompt attention. \
. Courteous treatment. \
Reasonable rates.
Papers drawn free. v
Good mortgages bought.
(300 to $20,000.
THE JOHN M. C. MARBLE
COMPANY
H. W. Hellman Bids.
Main 692. Home AGS97.
1-1 5-3
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY 1
to loan In amounts from $10 to 1600 on fur
niture, pianos, horses, wagons, carriages,
cattle, etc., without removal. Easy pay
ments; best terms. Regardless of what others
charge. It will pa& ycu to get our rates be*
fore borrowing.
Call, phone or write.
FIDELITY LOAN CO..
$29 Mason bldg.. Fifth Floor.
8. E. corner 4th and Broadway.
-Phones: F7421: Broadway 5171. 10-31-tt
Money to Loam
$1,000,000 at 6 per cent on improved, In
come real estate. We will give your
business prompt attention. COLLINS &
MILLER, 506-7 Broadway Central IJldg.
1-4-3
PLENTY OF MONEY TO LOAN AT 6 AND
1 per cent on good city property; security
must be at least double amount wanted.
You can have the money as long as you
wish. All our parties wish is the interest.
WATBRIGHT-BUTLER CO.. 028-9 Security
bldg. FSSI7; Bdway. 2462. 3-29-tf j
WE MAKE A 60 PER CENT BUILDING
loan and are practical builders.
MILWAUKEE BUILDING CO.,
MILWAUKEE BUILDING CO..
MILWAUKEE BUILDING CO.,
816 Wright & Callender bldg.
Phones— Main 3776. 8-12-tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES ON IM- I
proved city property or for building, on easy
terms of repayment. Loans can be paid off
at any time without extra cost. STATE
MUTUAL BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIA- I
TION, 223 S. Spring st. 8-8-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
250,000 to loan on real estate, city or coun
try. 5 to 7 per cent: amounts to suit. MOY- '
BR & GILBERT. 612 Frost bldg. Home
'phone ABS27; Main 6474. . 10<2-tt
MONEY TO LOAN
-1200 ti) $250,000 to loan on real estate and
other good securities at current rates.
LEE A. M'CONNELL & CO.,
Established ISB6. 311-812 Douglas Bldg.
12-12-lmo
FOR SALE—TRUST DEED, $2400, SECOND
lien, pays (25 monthly; good party. Will j
discount 15 per cent if sold at once. Ad- [
dress BOX 111, Herald. ! 1-5-3 i
MONEY TO LOAN—ANY AMOUNT FROM
$100 up; city or country; current rates.
RAMEY BROS.. 627 Security Bldg. F2121. I
Main 8356. , 12-11-tfj
R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDG.. :
will loan you what you need on real estate, i
stocks and bonds. Building loans a special- j
ty. 5-9-tf
' ROBERT WESTWATER & SON.
Real estate Investments, or homes. Build
ers and contractors. - Room 310 Frost
building. Phone Main 9115. 11-21-tf
TO LOAN— SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED '
tape; without -urlty; confidential. WIS3T
COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Henne bldg.
SALARY LOANS, LOWEST RATES, CON
fldential 511 O T. JOHNSON BLDQ
Fourth and Broadway 12-H-tt <
TYPEWRITERS
ALL MAKES OF REBUILT TYPEWRITERS.
Bee our bargains. Best rentals ■in city,
$1.50 to (3 a month.
LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE.
A 8913. '■■ ' 138 S. Broadway Main 3053.
9-18-tf !
WRITERS BOUGHT AND KENT*.!!. ]
All makes guaranteed; repairing. ISVIvI.K
IIUKV CO. (Int.) Zll'/i So. BrouUway. !,
Main 4<itll| AlO7O. ; 10-3i-tf , '
Eb~lox~carbon and t. w. ribbon
are the best. W. P. I.OHMAN & CO. (Inc.)
244% H. Broadway. AHB39. * 11-9-tt
PATENTS —PATENT ATTORNEYS
PIONEER PATENT AGENCY—HAZARD &
- bTKAUdE. Established 21 years. American
and foreign patent* secured and trademarks
registered. 639 Citizens Bank bldg. Home
A 1492; Main 2522. PATENT BOOK FREE.
a-22-tf
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
tries. A. H. UDDERS, patent lawyer and
solicitor, 613 Trust bids., cor. 2d and Spring.
T.OS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MOIiXING. JANUARY 5, 1910.
FOR SALE I
Houses
I
MONEY
LOANS MORTGAGES
$2,000,000 to loan on Real Estate. To those '"t"eE e onev ln ca lr£
on 7 SMSMSSg" M* "suc^nvestrnent,, are
All property subject to our In- POSITIVE,
spection. having no speculative feature
. Immediate attention given. connected.
Your Lands or Lots may be suitable to our requirements. For
the owner of Lands or Lots in the County of Los Angeles we
may be able to turn them into an income paying basis, instead
of an Outgo for Taxes.
\ < tl*W^ /
r\ M ~ f fi»>- lfijm#ito. ;ri)iiiiif^
A Good Dmi vestment
IS A MODERN HOME
of 5 rooms, hardwood floors, porcelain bath, mantel, laundry,
pantry, with shelves and bins, built-in bookcase, ONE ACRE
OF GROUND, PRICE $4000.00, WITH 6 ROOMS $4500,00,
WITH 7 ROOMS $5000.00; terms to meet requirements.
Our modern homes at a cost of $2000, on monthly payments, are all
BARGAINS. To those who prefer Boyle Heights locality, on high
ground and healthy location, this will please you.
No Payments Dinning Sickness
Our acre tracts located on high ground, good view, 30-minute service.
Each acre level, having plenty of good water, are the best that money
can buy. We make a loan with which to build a modern house, includ
ing walks, trees and shrubs. We can use good vacant or improved city
property as part payment; terms on balance.
Corner lot, 60x150 feet, fine location for store. Will build on easy
terms.
Also 3-room house, good lot, good view, Be fare; price $800; small cash
payment, balance easy.
Also 6-room house, 3 rooms down, 3 rooms up; lot 50x125; price $2000,
easy terms.
9-room house, 4 rooms down, 5 up; corner lot, 60x125; price $4000;
terms to suit.
Lots, Lands and Acreage bought, sold and exchanged.
AMERICAN HOMEBUIIMRS ASSOCIATION
320-21 EXCHANGE BUILDING,
Northeast corner Third and Hill Streets, Los Angeles.
City Lots and Lands '.!..' City Lots end Lands
Manchester Heights
Large Lots. $400 aid Up
' Southwest. The center of activity; improvements all in.
Call at main office for free tickets. 225 W. Second St.
10 Houses lew Under Course of Construction. Be Fare
The 5c fare which has recently been granted to the residents of this district,, the
expenditure of $640,000 on th« Agricultural park, and the consolidation of San
Pedro with Los Angeles la causing great activity *o homeseekers as well as specu
lators to put their money In this choice location. The elevation gives a clear view
of Los Angeles and the mountains.
$25 Cash and $10 Monthly
These lots are at the southwest corner of Vermont and Manchester avenues,
high and level, with public and private schools; right In the course of San Pedro
and Wilmington, where $6,000,0110 will be spent for Improvement!.
Two Car Lines .
SO minutes from Second and Spring streets. Take Redondo car marked "Straw
berry Park," or via Sunnyslde, In front of our office. Tell conductor to let you
off at Manchester avenue.
Manchester Heights
Free Transportation Daily from Our Office. Office Open Sunday
"v to Give Free Tickets.
-
Home, A 5574; Sunset, Main 836.
• l-5-8-9-3t
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE
NOW IS THE TIME TO BOYI
Seventeen-room apartment house. Located
In one of the most desirable sections of the
city. Rooms furnished In mahogany, golden
oak, blrds-e: maple, Wilton ve./n carpets
In each room. Each apartment has a buffet
kitchen and private b»th. Two car lines.
Yen minutes from 6th and Spring. Terms
If desired. For price and further partlcuiais
call on or address >,
• LaDie & Bailor
bio oului .TI'IU.SU
: | 11-BS-tf
WANTED— MAN WITH (500 TO TAKE
charge of business where he can make
(150 month; this will stand Investigation.
BOX III); Herald . li-l-tf
STORAGE
CvR^E^pTnVA^KTAJC^KTmONROOMS
for furniture, etc., (1.50 and 12 per month;
trunks, boxes, etc., 260 to 60o; open vans.
(6 per day, or 760 per hour. We pack and
ship household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. ■ COLYEAR'B VAN . AND
STORAQE CO., offices 508-11 S. Mam It.
Warehouse 416-17 San Pedro st. Phones
F(171; Main 1117. «-2S-tl
HOUSeTiOLD GOODS PACKED in "THE
810 RED VANS," SHIPPED. STORED
IN CLEAN WAREHOUSES; PRIVATE
ROOMS COAL AND WOOD. BOTH
PHONES SHATTUCK & NIMMO, 10» E.
SIXTH ST. r: V l-7-tl
Houses
, —,
Alfalfa Land
FOR BALE-640 ACRES CHOICE ALFALFA
land in Tuiare county, one mile from station,
biggest bargain in the valley. Price $25 per
acre, on eaay terms. Will sell in IGO-acre
tracts. QEO J. SHOENHAIR, 376 Wllox
bldg. Phone A 2334. 12--M-lf
FOR BALE—ISO ACRES CHOICE ALFALPA
land." Plenty water at 20 feel lift. Located
in Tulari* county, only 2 mllas from Btation.
Pr!"'- $35 per acre, easy terms. QEO J.
SHOENIIAIR. 376 Wileox bldg. Phone A 23114.
12-2<-tf
Stocks and Jond»
DON'T*" BUY UNLISTED OIL STOCKS
Without sending for out price l|>t, publish
ed daily. We are located in the commer
cial center of the San Joanuln valley oil
fields and are buying and selling the.-,
stocks on a close brokerage basis Oui
market letter offers statements of the
financial and physical condition of a num
ber of properties, stock In which are good
"buyi-" today. FRED W. GREGORY &
CO., INC.. Fresno. Cal. 13-30-7
City -ots aid Lands
FOR SALE, BY OWNER—LOTS IN SOUTH
west of city; easy terms. THOMPSON
CO, Broadway and Franklin; Dalton and
Banta Barbara; Dalton aye. car on Broad
way. I_'U
Government Land
IP Y«U WANT GOVERNMENT LAND,
with plenty of water, see CALIFORNIA
COLONIZATION CO., 12» S. Broadway.
FOR SALE __
Houses
Bon't'Pay.Rcnt
Start the new year right by moving into
your own home.
I Can Sell You a Large
S Rooii Bungalow
with porch across entire front, living room
and dining room across front of house, sepa- :
rated by columns, polished floors, bookcases,
! pressed brick mantel, buffet, paneled dining
room, large bedrooms and closets, cabinet
i kitchen, hot and cold water, screen porch,
, nice bath, fixtures, etc.
"
Price only $2500; $250 cash.
Near Moneta Aye. and only
"20 Minutes from Broadway."
and Fourth street.
If your time is valuable, this
will appeal to you.
■ M. I. White
1016 Wright & Callender Bldg.
Home Phone F4006.
1-5-1
FOR SALE
Houses Like Rent
t goo 4 room house, close In.
$50 cash; bal. $10 mo.
BOYLE HEIGHTS.
—3-room plastered house.
■ $50 cash; bal. $10 mo.
BOYLE HEIGHTS.
$1230 — 5-room house, big lot.
$150 cash; bal. $15 mo.
EUCLID HEIGHTS.
$1500 —5-room modern Cal. bungalow.
$100 cash; bal. $10 mo.
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS.
$I*so- — new modern bungalow.
$150 cash; bal. $15 mo.
EUCLID HEIGHTS.
$2000 6-room new modern bungalow.
$100 cash; bal. $13 mo.
BOYLE HEIGHTS.
$3000 —8-room new modern bungalow.
$200 cash; bal. $20 mo.
EUCLID HEIGHTS.
$4000 —5-room modern house; snap.
$1000 cash; bal. $23 mo.
Will take lots In trade.
Office open Sundays.
TAYLOR REALTY CO.,
Cor. E. First and Evergreen streets.
1 hones— Boyle 1866; Dll7l. l-4-3t
If Yob lave
$10©© or More
AND WANT TO MAKE A SUBSTAN
TIAL NEW YEAR'S GIFT
CALX, AND SEE
The BeaontifiLiil
Homes
JUST ERECTED ON OXFORD
BOULEVARD, FIRST BLOCK
NORTH OF TEMPLE. FURNACED '
AND PIPED FOR GAS.
INQUIRE at FIRST IIOUSE or SEE
BEACON LUMBER CD.
406 SEVERANCE BUILDING,
SIXTH AND MAIN STS.
12-2S-tf
Country Property
Three Snaps
Antelope Valley
Alfalfa Land
NEAR REID, ROBERTS, DAVISON,
FLETCHER, SCHERMAN, BARTLETT
ALFALFA RANCHES.
160«M5~:....5350
11 £/n\lan<> '" the & K/fh
U))\li/Artesian District, oD) J)J ,1)111/
ii \u/ w I 0 {eft tQ wa(er V t v
„ /r . Acres Level Sub- A «, t7 rf
M A Irrigated Lund la 1> J C
; 4r\| 1/ the Artesian Jj) J) (I JP
I District, House, Well „~
! . /a Acres Good Silt fh F* F'/fTi
, ■fi /M Alfalfa Land; House VJj. & t>,| )
■ ((DUy Shed. Dug and ojJJjOvU/
U. *W VS Curbed Weli -r >*•>-» -w
COME TOMORROW— WITH
EDWARD SCHERMAN
! 210 Clt. Nat. Bk. Bids;., Third and Main
1-5-1
GASTON, CAL.—TWO ACRES WITH s
room cottage, nicely furnished, bath, hot
and cold water, large cellar. This prope'-ty
Is located an car line. 30 minutes from Los
Angeles; % acre planted in alfalfa. »i acre
In oats; balance In garden truck; large barn
on the place, horse, harness, wagon and ft
chickens. Will make a fine home, as will
as exceptionally good investment. See us for
particulars. Price 16000. J2500 cajh, balance
to suit.
MASON REALTY CO.,
I Phone F2334. 604 S. Main St.
I . 12-!4-tf
.Wl't.l-. OKCH.UIIIS 2>>l£O>ij !
' Kfaitmn-it A Pple Eden ulf«
OcaUlTiOnt big money to horn.
seekers Bterenptlcon lectures dall>
10-30 a m.. 2:30 and Bpm free, an.i >
tells the story tersely. . I
Beaumont Land & Water Co
(lid Smith Brn»il«m I
FOR SALE—I? 7 ACRES. *135 PER ACRE;
all level, Bandy loam; 20 acres In alfalfa;
large house and barn; In one of the
Bnest sections In Southern California; 40
miles from Los Angeles. PENDBOAST &
CO., 107 S. Broadway. 1-6-1
FOR SALE—FINE ALFALFA RANCHES;
all sizes; the best In Southern California;
' tome special bargains. PENDEQAST &
CO., 107 S. Broadway. 1-5-3
Business Property
KOR BUSINESS PROPERTY, 540
Central avenue, within a stone's throw
of Arcade station. 25 feet front; a bar
gain for those looking for an investment.
' Owner need* th» money. Call at premises.
.... 1-6-6-7
:/ ':"- ' ' "
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
JANUARY ENROLLMENT NOW ACTIVE
COLLEGE ENTRANCE 320 WKST EIGHTH ST. Phones: FlB5O, Main 2305.
if MISS WING'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
1226 ALVARADO STREET
Day and boarding. All departments from kindergarten to college. Pre
pares for college and university. Fine school for girls visiting Southern
California for winter to keep abreast of their studies. Piano, elocution,
pottery, etc. Private tutoring. Winter term opens January 3.
MISS ETHELWYN WING, M. A., Principal.
Home 68144 ■* Sunset West 8H44 J
&** t £allt A J2^^> AHih-Gf
Si^d^r^ Enrollments are •' [.p^Sl^S- for about 250 partlc- .
Jr^Mr now being made for Witlk^*4» ul" young men and
fattt the new term which 4f-r ''^aSfe^. women. Send for
gjgSmmß UIC *1C Wr LCI +*+t WIIIV#IJ %J ant it a '
will open * * ' a. prospectus.
Will Open i.. A. ULSINh-SS COLXJSGE.
JANUARY 3, 1910 —
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE), 411
Special advantages; magnificent home w Fifth st. E. R. SHRADER, Ph. D.. /
owned by the president; broad courses; fine president since 1890. 10-27-tt
equipment; strongest faculty. Positions for ~ ~~ . ,
graduates. Day and evening sessions. Send ■fYY\Ck 11 17 T\ Cf\ 1
for catalogue. 753-7 W. Seventh street, Los llltlllj XL/Il^lloll
Angeles, Cal. 12-30-5 —, % % - ,' v--*
— Shorthand
Jt V* ~^ * P by experienced teacher. Terms moderate.
f J\/ JT/ f * 230 W. 21st st. Phone South 64ti. „ _
/" f*l^^Sw7rffsir^/M THB ROWBLL SCHOOL PREPARES FOR
>•» J X^^yV^fjfyTyf (TjfL^^ »'l examinations. Coaches In grade and
VU&&£>M(TIAI*-i-r*>ifY~^l^ high school studies. 720 S. BROADWAY.
£jl/j//Y£ljy \y£.£.glGE Phone Broadway J6PS. 10-a»-t(
Is the undisputed leader of Business Kduca- T. M. C. A.—DAT AND EVENING COM
tion on the coast. It has prepared and placed ££?■£ technical, automobile college pr«
,. u >.v. v v v paratory and grammar school! now open.
In good positions thousands; let It prepare . 10-l-M
you. Enroll Monday. Call, write or phone. BROWNSBEROEB COMMERCIAL. COL-'
F6700; Main 611. I. K. INSKEEP, manager. leg0 _ 953-7 It * 7TH Send tor catalogue
614 South Grand aye. ' _^_ 10-28-tt .'
FOR SALE
Pianos
BUT A SAMPLE ,
PIANO
at the wholesale house at about one-half
price. A large assortment to select from.
,'c are jobbers covering the eight western
states. We will sell to Los Angeles peo
ple pianos at Jobbers' prices. We do not
have the retail expense. Call at our office,
room 608 Parmelee-Dohrmann building, 444
South Broadway, and get our prices. It's
worth your while.
S. A. Brown &■ Co.
444 South Broadway. 1-1-tf
FOS —YOU CAN SAVE (75, PER
haps more, on your piano by taking the
elevator to the up-to-date warerooma of
the Van Sant Piano company, second floor,
720 South Broadway. Their rent Is (1000
to (1200 per month less than ground-floor
dealers. That's why they cut prices on
their Chlckerlng Bros., Sohaeffer, Carle
ton and other pianos. Most liberal terms
given. Bargains in used pianos. 1-5-tf
PIANOS AT (2.50 AND (3 PER MONTH;
square pianos of standard makes, in excel
lent condition. Will sell on the above small
payments. QEO. J. BIRKEL CO., 145-347
a Spring st. 10-28-tf
FOR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO IN FINS
condition; only (100 for Immediate sal*.
Call for Inspection 413 W. FIFTH ST.
4-11-ti
Anyoouy who would be able to find an
address In the directory would bo abl» te
find your CLASSIFIED ad.
Furniture
SEPARATE LOCKED IRON ROOMS (8.0)
pet month; trunks, boxes, etc.. 26c to SOo.
Phone for our larga van wnen you move.
(1.25 per hour.
COLTEAR WAREHOUSE CO..
(IC-17-19 San Pedro st Main office. 609
-11 8 Main st Phone Main 1117; F3171.
Miscellaneous
FOR "SALS— KENT OR EXCHANGE FOR
cleat >al estnteSteam boilers, 'i 70-h.
p.. 5 (in, 4 50, 1 40. 3 30, 4 23, 4 20, 8 10
return tubular; 1 50-b. p. vertical marine,
good for 150 pounds pressure; also 1 13,
t 12, S 10, 2 8, 3 8, 4 5-b. p. vertical; 1 SO,
1 40, 1 25. 1 12 internally fired; 1 75, I 40,
1 25, 1 15-b. p. firebox boilers.
Steam Engines l 10x20 Myers cut off,
7ft. by 18 In. flywheel; 1 12x20 automatic
Atlas; 1 11x16 automatic Alias; 1 Bxl2
Atlas; 1 10x12 Ball; 1 10x12 Nagle; 1 B
li. p. Lively; 1 2, 1 5, 1 8 vertical oscillat
ing engines. Hoists 2 12-h. p. double
and single drum, double cylinder, one sin
gle drum 15-b. p.; Dake 2 friction build
ers' hoists; 1 20 h. p. Fulton direct, con
nected with engine; 1 11-b. p. di>tilhite
double cylinder hoist; 2 new single drum
80-h. p. geared or belted; I new 10-ii. p.
double drum.
One complete air compressor plant,
rapacity 11100 cubic feet of air per mln..
will be sold cheap; also 13x14x12, 12x12,
6x7xB duplex steam driver; 12x12, 10tl2,
»x!», Bxl2, 7xG, 6xB, 6x6 belt driven.
Centrifugal Pnmps— l No, 6 2-«tep
Krogh, 1 No. 6, 1 No. 2 2-step Jack
son, single runner; No. 6 Jackson; No. 2
and No. 5 Krogh; No. 5 Rumiey; are all
vertical; 1 10-inrli Krogh horizontal. Sev
eral small rotary pump». lot of double
acting plunger pumps, 1 larare Lmtuiier
double acting, pump-jack, 7-inch cylinder;
lot of extra cylinders! lot of steam
pumps, all sizes, high and low duty
Distillate engines, 1 30-11. p. Lam
bert; 6, 8. 25 and 10-h. p. Fairbanks; 8-h.
p. Steams; 8, 12, 22-h. p. Enterprise; 3-u.
p. Stover; SVi Sheppard; 4-11. p. Lean
nre; r>-h p l'millc; II 82-ta. p. loin; I
bone mill. 1 finiail set of rolls, I Il'mly.
1 New Century. 1 centrifugal crusher; I
new Slumlord Nineentr»tni< Three cur
loads of wood and Iron ptil eys. lot of
belting, Mhilftlni:, bangers, etc V nui I
complete outfll for «ma'l laiin fry Lot of
wooden tanks, will Nell cheap to Ho«t>
them out. Heveral Iron oil tanks tar
linuiinji and storage. Two (rape crush
ers, 3 Root nrew*ure blowers, 1 No 3, 1
No.' 4, 1 No. 5 Champion blowers, 3 tun.
of ocks for wire fence, I t power drill
presses, 2 large wood Hawing outfits. :
power pipe machine**, cut I inch to 4
Inches; 100 000 feet pipe, all kinds and
sizes; 60,000 feet new conduit pipe, ripe
cot for column*) In buildings, etc.) also
for posts anil telephone poles; nipples for
concrete work: all kinds of foundation
bolts, etc. Ten tons of fitting*. Good light
water well rigs. All kinds receptacles (or
burning paper, etc.
: B. KELLY MACHINERY CO.,
Mission road and Mary street. Inks
Brooklyn avenue car.
Phones Boyle 128; Home 41300.
11-14-su-wed-ti
FOR SALE-CHEAP FUEL. APRICOT PIT
■hall*, good aa wood, (4 ton delivered." Phone
SOUTH 170«. l-4-8t
/
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
>OS FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
FOR EXCHANGE —On Vermont aye., near ,
Himlnl Baths, five lots, value 87500;. want V
house, southwest, not less than eight
rooms. , ;--";' I«\i
F. SNOVER.
105 S. Broadway.
l-6-8t
Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANGE— HAVE A CLEAR LOT
In Colton that I will trade for diamonds,
furniture, auto, or what have you? Ad
dress BOX 534, Herald. : 9-21-tf
WILL TRADE . STOCK IN BISHOP" CREEK
Gold company and other mining stock for,
stock In California Wave Motor company
(Reynolds). BOX 242, He aid. 6-26-tf
LEGAL NOTICE
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
ANNUAL. MEETING OF THE ?TOCKHOUD.
ERS OF THE LOS ANGELES TKUST
AND SAVINGS BANK.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Los
Angeles Trust and Savings bank will be
held at the of lice of the bank, southwest
corner of Sixth and Main streets, In the
city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
state of California, on Thursday, January ;
20, 1910, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of electing a board of directors, hearing
reports of officers and for • the transaction
of such other business as may properly
come before the meeting.
JAY SPENCB, Secretary.
t '.I- ' 1-5-1S
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SANTA FE
Leave | I Arrive^ | .
Eastern—Calif. Limited,
10:00 am dally, Chicago via Denver 6:00 pm
and Kansas City ' .
Overland Express—Dally
8:00 pm ) Chicago via Denver and 8:30 am
| Kansas City * - ■
Eastern Express — Dally
7:30 am Chicago via Denver and 7:0! am
Kansas City '■ -
Kite Shaped— via ~*
8:30 am Pasadena. Return via 6:30 pm
Santa Ana canyon
7:35 am I I 10:00 am
8:30 am Rodlands via Pasadena 1:00 pm
2:00 pm 6:40 pm
4:30 pm 7:40 pm
7:30 am I Redlands via Orange j 10:35 am
10:55 am [* j 6:30 pm ,!
j 1:00 pm
7:35 am j Riverside via Pasadena | 6:40 pm .
7:30 am I j 7:06 pm
10:55 am Riverside via Orange 10:35 am
6:05 pm 6:30 pm
Y: 3O am ; 7:05 am
10:65 am Corona via Orange 10:35 am
6:05 pm 6:30 pm
7:30 am 7:05 am . '
10:50 am San Bernardino via Orange 10:39 am
6:05 pm 6:30 pm
7:35 am I | .8:30 am,
8:30 era 10:00 am
I0:0i' am San Bernardino via Pasa- 4:00 pm
2:00 pra dena 6:40 pm
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
6:45 pm
8:00 pm . 7:40 pm
8:55 am 6:65 am
2:15 pm Santa Ana , 8:2& am
6:05 pm 1:00 pm
11:55 pill ■ 6:15 pm
7:30 am I I 6:56 am
8:55 am I 7:05 am
10:55 am | Fullerton. Anaheim. . 8:25 am
2:15 pm Orange . 10:36 am
6:05 pm ' 1:00 pm
11:55 pni 6:31) pm jj
7:":<:> urn (San Jaclnto, Elslnore. 110-j 10:35 am
10:55 am I met and Murletta i 6:30 pm
-10:25 m | Redondi> __1 4:20 pm *
2:15 pm I'lliio : 1:00 pm ' :
8:55 am Fallbrook 6:15 pm
8:55 am f San Diego and 6:65 am
2:15 pm Coronado Beach 1:00 pm
11:5? pra Surf Line 6:15 pm - -
- 7:30 am Randsburg 7:05 am
8:00 pm Searchllßhr'an^Chlarlde I 7:06 am j:
8:00 pm Utility, Rhyoliie. Ouldneld . 8:10 am
and Tonnpah |
SALT LAKE RO'JTE
. , ___
All trains dally except as noted.
Leave! First" Street S'ltioiT" j Arrive
jITos A nudes Lir . Ced—Ch icago.i .
lO.ooaSt Paul. 8 :.ouls. oiiiana.i S:Osp
- (Kansai* t'!t>- D*-n\e\\ Salt u*»kej
,i i utati«caiifoi*nifk feUiecLai i
2:tltti,< t>A-i »-»■■ Ijuttf), Denver, U0:604^ 1
-| ani Chlfaua. '[■■ i*fc : *
. Chicago, at, Paul, Oi.^urial sT " "'■'
I 00p[Loa..<, Kmiaas City, Denver, 8:vO«
Salt Lain;, Searchlight, ■j.-id-
I field
"8:35 a ~~ fi^aft Bernardino. ™ " ~j")T-$6a
U:00a > ■ Coltoo 10;4U
3:40p Riverside, , l:j»j» r *
6:24p Ontario and 4:«Bp,'
-t:00p Pomona ' aitlp'
~1:46a • - . • ■ ...-,■» S:ls»;''
8:60 a Long Beacb a.a , 11:10*
; ;• '•;■>-■■■; 1*1:309 ■•'
l:2ops San Pedro :■ | T:O0p .
4 :40p| ■ : - ■-• ■'■■' «l »:5I»
B:6oa| Banta Catallna lalana { 7:00p '
S:lsal Pasadena ._ v ■ I 1:41 a ,' ':
6 :OOpJ Pasadtna * I T:aO» *
""•Dally except Sunday. , aßun<J»jr onl/.
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