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ADVERTISERS Count six average words as one line. No eel. xrrppted for less than the price •f three lines. The Herald reserves the right to revlie advertisements and to reject or omit and refund the amount paid. Report promptly to the cla«ln>il m»n airer failure to get returns or nperlence i with fraudulent or dishonest advertisers, j Two or mnr- Insertion* are heller than one. Try a three-time ad. Results almost certain for pnvlhlnff. For contract solicitors and advertising advice call , SUNSET~MAIN 8000 HOME 10211 ANT ASK FOR CLASSIFIFTI MANAGER SPECiAL~RATES Want ml«. lc a word each ln?r.tlon. Rooms for rent, 3 lioei, 3 times! Roums with board. S linen, 3 times, 25 CENTS HELP WANTED—MaIe and female. 3 lines, 8 tlnies, 25 CENTS SITUATIONS WANTED, FREE WANTED Help— Male WANTED— TWO GOOD BOYS BETWEEN ages of 14 and 17 to carry routes south ef Seventh and east of Flgueroa. ana alto two good boys to carry routes In Pico Heights: routes pay 19 and $10. Ask for MR POWERS at. the Herald office after ft p. m. or call up Bdway. 3524. 11-13-tf No EXI'UNStS TO LEARN ELECTRICITY, plumbing, bricklaying, automoblllng on con tract Jobs In few months' time. No appren ticeship or helpers' work. Catalog free L'NITKD TRADE SCHOOL. CONTRACTING CO., 232 Allao St.. Los Angeles. 10-4-tf BOYS WANTED TO CARRY HERALD route in Westlake district, also east of San Pedro and south of Ninth. Apply to Circulation. Manager of THE HERALD. WANTED—BOYS TO CARRY ROUTES IN Boyle Heights; $10 a month. Ask for Boyle Heights agent of THE HERALD. l~12"tt WANTED—THREE GOOD BOYS TO CARRY routes. Apply to CROSSMAN. Herald of fice. 1-t-tt * Help—Female WANTED—LADIES; BEAUTY CULTURE *aye bis. FLORENTINE HAIRDHESSINU COLLEOE. corner Broadway, entran«e 227 Mercantile place. 150, 25c halrdresslng. l-11-ii LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STI&Dir or evenings, can stamp transfer. tI.BO do» upward; original, reliable firm, Room «4, MASON EI.DO, 228 W Fourth. »-JS-tf wanted^Lady~~~bookkeeper; good salary to competent person. Apply BOX 039. Herald. __j±:Jt Help— Male and Female MAGAZINE REPRESENTATIVE WANTED for a first class magazine, which Is grow ing so fast you cannot help but succeed. $3 net profit dally easily made by right man or woman. For particulars address POPU LAR FASHIONS, Springfield, Mass. 1-13-3 WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN tne barber trade; guaranteed in eight weeks. Catalogue free. MOHLER BAR BER COLLEGE, 122 E. Second Bt. 7-1-tf COLLE<!E~AND NORMAL GRADUATES TO register for positions In Arizona. Nevada, "nd California. BOYNTON TEACHER* AGENCY. 525 Btlmson block. 12-19-lmo Situations — Male WANTED-POSITION • BY COMPETENT stenographer, six years' experience In rail road, machinery and mining business. Fur nish own machine. Address 400 CROCKER ST., City. I-"" WANTED WASHING BY THE DAY OR hour. Will take washing at home or go out ana wash; or will do light housecleaning. Call at 212 Concord St., MRS. JOHNSON. WANTED—POSITION BY SOBER AND Industrious man as man about housn or ranch; good references. BOX 209. HER ALD. __ .1-1.-4 WANTED—POSITION BY HOUSE OR traveling salesman. Produce or groceries. Best city references. BOX 146, Herald. l-i3-l WANTED—A. middle-aged, sober, American will work five mours a day fir good room and board. 323 B. California street. 1-13-4 WANTED—POSITION BY SOBER AND Industrious man to drive team or delivery wagon. BOX 223. HERALD. *-1 ~13 * WANTED—SITUATION AS USHER IN MOV lng picture show by hoy 18 years old. Ad drcßß BOX 120, Herald. 4-" Situations —Female WANTED— BY A PRACTICAL NURSE Ol' long experience, position as nurse by day or week, or housekeeping in invalid's fam ily terms reasonable; confinement cases a specialty. MAIN 2181. 1-11-1 MIDDLE AGED AMERICAN LADY DE sires work by hour or day; good laundress and understands all branches of house work. Phone MAIN 4704. 1-12-4 GOOD STRONG WOMAN WISHES WORK by hour or day; housework or laundry work' prices reasonable. Phone MAIN 4704. ___ AN AMERICAN WOMAN WANTS FAMILY 'laundry work. Adduess, giving phone num ber, MRS. ED. RENE, genral delivery, city. ___" WANTED-LIGHT WORK IN PLEASANT home, pay according to work, by middle aged woman. PHONE 24386. 1-13-4 WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPKU r as nurse; will go out of city. BOX 226. Herald. I'll'll WANTED—WORK BY DAY OR KITCHEN work. 936 Maple aye. F2918. . i_4-4t To Purchase — Miscellaneous WANTED— CASH PAID FOR FEATHER beds. 758 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones FSO4I; Main 1101. 12-17-tf WANTED— ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL, second hand oSice desk. BOX C 2, Herald. t, , 12-2--tl FEATHER BEDS-PAY «5 TO 133 EACH*. Address J. RYAN, 630 - -n Pedro St. 12-2-tf STORAGE j LARGB PRIVATE. LOCKED, IRON ROOMS for furniture, etc., J1.60 and |2 per mouth; trunks, boxes, etc., 200 to 50c; open vans. 16 per day. or 75ci per hour. We pack and /ship household goods everywhere at re duced rates. COLYEAR'S VAN AND STORAGE CO., offices 608-11 S. Main at Warehouse 415-17 San Pedro st. J Phonos FJI7I; Main IU7. t-ii-tt H*OUSEHOLD~aOODS PACKED IN "THIS ma RED VANS." SHIPPED. STORED ■IN CLEAN WAREHOUSES: PRIVATE ROOMS COAL AND WOOD. BOTH PHONES SHATTUCK A SIMMO, 108 E. SIXTH ST. 37 " WHITE SEWING MACHINES. 428tt S. SPRING- Main 2108: F6767- 12-12-tf .' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS for^bale^musical" instruments— Snaps- High Pitch clairnet, $10 to 130; Boehm flute Best musical Instrument re .mUrlM l" the west. BAXTER-NORTHUI' " CO., (22 8. Broadway. F22»5. 12-22-3 mo FOR RENT Apartments—Furnished and Un. , furnished The Mussotrnfla . 672 West Washington • £van,7, > and 3 room apartments, with pri <■(« bath; all conveniences. take University ci Washington It car line. s-li-ti | The St. Regis ' 'i & 3 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING; j also single rooms. 237 SOUTH FLOWER. Main 2290: A 7336; 6 mln. to business centor. Moderate prices. 11-20-2mu WINDWARD HOTEL. VENICE—NEWLY furnished, steam heated, hot and cold sea •alt water In baths. Rooms *1 per day and up. Special rates by the week or month. WINDWARD HOTEL, Venice. 1-12-8 Rooms—Furnished PENIEL HOUSE 127 8. MAIN. OVER x-ENIEL HALT, Light, airy rooms In business center. Clean, moral and safe place to stay. Rates 35c to 1 day; 11.16 to i. week. Phone iidway 2054. 11-l>-3mo A HOTEL SOUTHERN "t 'SEVENTH AND WESTLAKE AVB. i V.-rm rooms with the best table board. O. of the best family hotels In the West i.i \ district. Uome &1640. tiunset Temple 117. U-21-tf GIRARD HOUSE 115 EAST THIRD ST. All outside rooms; central location; eleva tor service; steam heat; iti rooms with pri vate bath; rent SIS per month. U-18-tf NEWLY FURNISHED room WITH HEAT— modern With lovely view. Walking dis tance, near curs. Expect references. 631% S. FREMONT. 1-11-3 FOR RENT — FURNISHED 4 ROOMS FOR housekeeping. 2204 ROGERS AYE.; take Cummlngs st. car to Chicago, one block north. i v l-H-6t Rooms—Unfurnished FOUR-ROOM UNFURNISHED APART ment; modern, clone in, private family; line view; good air. 841 Sunset blvd., near Bun ker Hill. l-14-3t Flats —Furnished HANDSOMELY FURNISHED NEW MOD ern 8-room residence with garage in the rear; hot sea salt water day and night in bath; within one minute walk from car station; Jight and water included In the rent; terms reasonable to responsible par ties. Inquire Vi WINDWARD AYE., Ven ice, Cal. 1-12-6 VENICE VILLAS, FULLY FURNISHED- 1 Winter rates $7.50 to $15 per month, In cluding light, water and house laundry; gas for cooking, extras as used. Apply ABBOT KINNEY CO., Venice. 1-12-6 Rooms and Board FOR RENT—BOARD AND ROOM $25; FOR two, $60; rooms nicely furnished, sleeping porches: also nice den for 2 or 3 persons; board very best; steam heat, largo parlor. «16 NORTH BROADWAY. Tel. F1573. 1-I_-3 Houses —Unfurnished BEAUTIFUL 7 AND 9-ROOM UNFURNISH ed residences with all modern convenien ces, in the garden spot of Venice and | the healthiest place In California. Lights and water Included. Terms reasonable to re sponsible parties. Inquire at 29 WIND WARD AYE., Venice. Cal. l'-12-tt FOR RENT—NEW FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, bath, gas, electric light, barn if wanted, two car lines, $15; water paid; adults. 3021 West Twelfth street. Phone West 4930. 1-13-2 < Store Room* FOR RENT—ONE-HALF OF NEW STORE, 714 South Broadway. Inquire WHITE SEW -INO MACHINE CO.. 628 S. Bering. 12-8-tf SPECIAL NOTICES CASH REGISTER BARGAINS look—look Talk About Flying Machines These prices make them FLY. Full size National, cost new $125, slightly used, goes for *45. Another full size goes for $25. Second, hand registers at your own price. Not in the Trust J. R. WALLER F5301; 043 S. Spring st. 1-13-5 DO YOU itch? IF SO CALL AND GET A FREE SAMPLE OF OUR NEW REMEDY FOR ECZEMA and all diseases of THE SKIN AMI SCALI'. STOPS ALL ITCHING AT ONCE. MILLS ECZEMA CO., 310 Coup blcl«. 12-22-lmo ALL RAZORS. SAFETY BLADES. SClii sors, knives. Instruments, printer's knives, tools, etc., sharpened better than new- YANKEE GRINDER, 814 S. Spring St. 11-U-U FOR SALE— CHEAP FUEL Apricot pit shells, good as wood; $4 ton, de livered. Phone South 1706^ l-13-30t BIRDS, PUPPIES, TOYS Household Articles, China, Glass, Etc. THE ARK. 231 W. First. 1-1-lm ICOO BUSINESS CARDS, $1.60; GOOD WHITE brlstol; conveniently boxed. Other printing, low prices CENTRAL PRESS, 10114 S. Bdwy. 12-21-lmo WANTED—LADIES'^ GENTS CLOTHINU. HIGH PRICES. 810 SO. SPRING ST. MAIN 8587: F5936. 8-25-12 m» FOR EXCHANGE Real Estate FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLEAR lot lit Redoodo, 3 blocks from city hall, facing the ocean, fine for apartments or hotel, street work nil In, gas, electricity and sewer; line view of the oi'ean; would trade for lot at Huntlngton Park, filen dale or city. Lot valued at S»00; make offer. OWNER. Bo» 664, Herald offlc«. Miscellaneous FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLEAR LOT in Colton that I will trade for diamonds, furniture, auto, or what have you? Ad dress BOX 634, Herald. 9-21-tf WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK Gold company anJ other mining stock for stock In California Wave Motor company (Reynolds) POX 242. He -aid. 6-28-tf BATHS SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE, MANICURING, chiropodists, baths. JEAN LUNN and ELSIE GHOSLIN, 620 S. Broadway. 12-3-tf MISS LEWIS, 326V4 8. BROADW'.Y. SUITE S; baths and alcohol nliMtj i.ectrlcal treatment and magnetic: hours 10 to 10. 12-3-tf OIL AND ALCOHOL RUBS. ROOM I, &7H SOUTH HILL. . ■ - V.-K-Xt BUSINESS PERSONALS SI.SO I'Elt 1000 'FOR REAL BUSINESS cards; delivered In 24 hours. BROWN PRINTING CO.. 230 Merchants Trust bid* ' ; 11-3-tf MRS. MASSON. THE NOTED LONDON palmist, 822 8. SPRING, over Owl drug ■tore. ; 11-H-tl """PATENT" PROTECTION " EXPENSE AND ATTORNEY FEE CUT ONE half. No patent, no pay. WELLS, 845 P. E. UdC IS-14-M LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1010. JANUARY 10, 1910, comes a little early this year, but as Los Angeles has the habit of being first in everything it was only natural that the First Great Aviation Meet should be held in the place where all kinds of records are made. The Herald smashed the record last month WITH THE LARGEST GAIN IN ADVERTIS ING OF ANY PAPER IN THE CITY. If you were not one of the number that assisted "in making the record—it's up to you to get busy. Advertise In the Herald for Results FOR SALE City Lots end Lands A Beautiful— Double Clean Corner Two Lots—lsoxls9 Ft., Being the i S. W. CORNER OF WEST WASHINGTON AND HOBART BLVD. Price 15.000; mortgage »7000, 3 year* at 7 per cent. Will consider a clear bungalow up to *8300 and «4500 In cosh for equity. INVESTIGATE AT ONCE and then sea B. M. Bsveitef 630 Central Building-. F5114. 1-13-2 Pianos BUY A SAMPLE PIANO at the wholesale house at about one^half price. A largo assortment to select from, 'c are Jobbers covering the eight western etates. We will sell to Los Angeles peo ple pianos at Jobbers' prices. We do not have tho 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 FOR SALE—TEN DAYS' SLAUGHTER sale new sample pianos from Chlckerlng Bros.' factory, Including grands and up rights. Rare chance for something tine at low figures. Light expense makes low prices. Bargain in beautiful mission Schaeffer piano with electric reading lamps. Liberal terms. VAN SANT PI ANO CO . second floor, 720 So. Broad way. 1-7-tf PIANOS AT 12.60 AND $3 PER MONTH; square pianos of standard makes. In excel lent condition. Will cell on the above small payments. GEO. J. BIRKEL CO., 146-347 S. Spring st. 10-38-tf FOR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO IN FINE condition: only $100 for Immediate salt. Call for Inspection 413 W. FIFTH BT. FOR SALS-AT A BARGAIN. MY BEAUTI fuI upright piano; or will store with some reliable parson. Address BOX 145, Herald. l-11-7t Country Property FOR SALE — 160 acres one mile north of Le Grand, "■ Cal, Merced county, all good land; price $56 per acre, only 18 feet to water, no alkali or hard pan, sediment soil; $5 per acre cash, balance four, years at 6 per cent. Don't miss this If you want a good piece of land that will be worth two or three times Its present price, before the debt comes due. OEO. J. SIIOKMI Phone A 2334. 376 Wllcox Bldg. . . 1-12-tf IMPERIAL VALLEY— FOR SALE— No blizzard, cyclones, droughts. Marvelous crops, grain, alfalfa, cotton. 640 acres. Improve!, In crop, acre..... .175 320 acres, Improved, on R. R., acre..sl2s 160 acres, Improved, on R. 11., acre..lBs 160 acres in barley, per acre $76 80 acres, 16 shares water stock, acre. $20 10 acres, Joins Imperial; Improved, price »150« HAMMERS' REALTY CO., 404 Severance Bldg. •■ . 1-12-St "beaumont LAND AND WATER CO. Now 616 South Broadway. Will Move January 14 to suite 315-16 Central Building, Sixth and Main streets. Stocks and Bonds : SOUTH AMERICAN COMMERCIAL COM pany—Banking, tradfng, transportation, tele graph lines and mining. Buy this stock at Me. 503 I. W. HELLMAN BLDG. F5177. , . . . • l-H-3t FOR SALE Houses If Yoi laye $1(O)©(D or More AND WANT TO MAKE A SUBSTAN TIAL NEW YEAR'S OUT 1 CALL AND SEE ' The Beaetif ml Homes JUST ERECTED ON OXFORD BOULEVARD, FIRST BLOCK NORTH OF TEMPLE. FCRNACED AND PIPED FOR GAS. INQUIRE at FIRST HOUSE or SEE BEACON LUMBER CO. 406 SEVERANCE BUILDING, SIXTH AND MAIN STS. 13-28-tf 10-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE On lot 70x135 to alley, completely fur nished; separate entrances; good streets, convenient to cars; 7 room* pay 140 a month, making over 9 per cent on the purchase prloe. This Is an exceptional bargain and good Investment. C. WINSLOW REALTY CO. 4500 Central ava. Phone South 32. . Pri-Sat-Sun-tf FOR SALE— HOME, 2 LOTS 80X160, fruit and shade trees, chicken houses; gas, sewer and electricity; 8 minutes' ride of court house, facing 'on two streets; street work done and paid; absolute Investment $2700; 1500 cash, balance to suit. CRAIQ, 105 S. Broadway. Phones: Main 3144; A 8122. l-13-3t FOR SALE— 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE On Twenty-first street, near Central, for $2700; easy payments. This is a bargain and can be had on your own terms. ROTHWELL REALTY COMPANY, 200 Delta Bldg. F 3511, Bdw. 5030. 1-13-3 FOR SALE-HAVE TWO NICELY LOCATED lots at Glondale on which will build two. neat five-room bungalows to sell for $2000 each; terms $300 cash, balance $20 per month. WAYSIDE PRESS, 537 S. Spring st. l-13-10t FOR SALE—THE NICEST 5-ROOM BUNGA- Iow in Los Angeles; price $3500; will take lot s. w. to $1500 as first payment. ERIKSON & CO., 105 W. 6th St., ground floor. F2374 l-U-lt FOR SALE-FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, 1631 W. 20th st.; fairly well furnished; price $3000. $300 down, balance $30 per month, WAYSIDE PRESS. 837 S. Spring St. l-13-10t A PRETTY HOME— BUNGALOW OF FIVE rooms, all modern; lot 60x135; close In. Price $3300; easy terms. BANGS & BIGE LOW, 430 S. Hill St. 1-11-6 Hotels and Lodging House* FOR BALE-A 12-ROOM HOUSE. GOOD furniture, tine location, $600, ERICKSON & CO.. 105 W. Sixth st., ground floor. F2374. 1-13-2 Suburban Property— Eagle Rock FOR SALE— EAGLE ROCK RESIDENCE One hundred foot frontage near new Occidental school grounds for $3500. Ln us show you this. It Is bound to increase In value coon. ROTHWELL REALTY CO., 20« Delta Bldg.. F3511, Bdw. 5030. 1-13-3 Furniture SEPARATE LOCKED IRON ROOMS 13.01 ncr month; trunks, boxes, etc 360 to 000. Phone for our large van whan you own $1.26 per hour. COLfEAR WAREHOUSB CO., ll|.i;.lt San Pedro at. Main office, 609 -11 8. Main It. Phone Main 1117; rll'l^ Miscellaneous for SALE—MILLINERY STOCK AND FlX tures one- of the best locations on Third street, Santa Monica. Must go east by Feb ruary 1. Call or address MRS. MAGGIE GLASS, 1113 Third street, Santa Monica, Oal. 1-13-3 FOR SECOND-HAND WINDMILLS, tanks, pumps, piping, engines; save you halt. Office DEMMITT WINDMILL COMPANY. 120 N. Main. upstairs. l-14-3t , CHIROPODISTS DR. HEVLAND. D. C. Graduate chiropodist. Corns removed with, out pain or soreness. Instant relief; no tear 01 lNOßo'wlNa' nails a specialty parlors. HOTEL milton. , 039 Vi South Broadway. F2427; Bdway 8648. - H-30-3mo DR~ EMILY A. CHAPMAN REMOVES coma, bunions, club and Ingrowing nails without pain. . Hour". 9 a. m. to ( p. m. 416 O. T. Johnson bldg., 4th and Broadway. 1-9-lmo MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN Unlimited anvunts at 6 per cent. No com mission. Building loans, any amount, at 7 . per cent. COLLINS & MILLER, 606-7 Broadway Cen tral Bldg. F5909. 1-9-31) PLENTY OF MONEY TO LOAN AT II AND 7 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. WAYBRIGHT-BUTLER CO., 628-0 Security bldg. F6817; Bdway. 2462. 3-29-tf MONEY TO 'LOAN 250,000 to loan on real estate, city or coun try. 5 to 7 per cent; amounts to suit. MOV ER A GILBERT, 612 Frost bldg. Horn* 'phone A 8827; Main 5471 10 2-tf MONEY TO LOAN- S2OO to $250,000 to loan on real estate and other good securities at current rates. LEE A. M'CONNELL & CO., Established IiSS. 311-813 Douglas Z'.tt. !-; v 12-U-Imo WE LOAN MONEY on real estate In sums to suit at low rate of Interest. LANG BROS., 2640-42 West Pico. Telephone, Home 72087. | 1-13-3 MONEY TO LOAN —ANY AMOUNT FROM $100 up; city or country; current rates RAMEY BROS., 627 Security Bide F2121. ' Main 0350. 12-11-tf R. W. POINDE-XTER. 409 WILCOX BLDG., ' will loan you what you need on real estate, j stocks and bonds. Building loans a special- I ty. ■ 5-9-tt . ROBERT WESTWATER * BON. Real estate Investments, or homes. Build, ers and contractors. Room 310 Frost building. Phone Main 9115. 11-21-tf TO LOAN— SALARIED PEOPLE; NO BED tape; without a«:urlty; confidential. WEST COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Hen.], bldg. 10-4-t: SALARY LOANS. LOWEST RATES, CON ndentlai. 611 O. T. JOHNSON BLDG.. Fourth and Broadway 12-9-tf PHYSICIANS DR. HICKOK. DR. HICKOK. SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN. Treats all diseases of women under a pos itive guarantee. Ladle* mho have formerly paid for each treatment, whether benefited or not, will appreciate the difference. Pair only tor satisfactory results. Charges mod erate. DR HICKOK give* modern antlseptlo treatment and patients are In no danger of blood poison or Infection. Everything is sterilized before use. DR. HICKOK provide! a private home, with nursing, for women In <-onflnement. Expert care and home comforts at reasonable rates. Confinements by modern methods ar« safe and free from pain. DR. HICKOK gives personal attention to every case. Consultation Is free and conn dential in all troubles. Any woman not sat isfied with her condition Is invited to call for free consultation and tree examination DR. HICKOK carefully examines every case and gives an honest opinion and reliable ad vice free. X-ray examination made when necessary. If a ease la accepted for treat ment a cure Is guaranteed. Moderate charges tor satisfactory results. Terms can be al ways arranged. Hour. 10 to 4; Sunday. 10 to 1. 'Phone F>2B« for appointment at other times. . W Sixth st, '"^.i,", DR. HICKOB «S2 W Sixth «t.. •ult» 107 i*-iB-ir F-r-e-e F-r-e-e F-r-e-e F-r-e-e Rheumatism, Indigestion, stomach, liver or kidney troubles cured free. No doctor no medicine, no fake; free Information. Phone Main 5157. FRANK BARNETT. !-»-» DR. CROCKER. Specialist for Women. Hamburger's Majestlo Theater Building. Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4. CONSULT FREE. 12-;5-12m PILES—ALL KINDS. I CURE THEM WITH out pain, cutting or detention from bus!- DMa, Moderate charges. Free consulta tion. DR. HICKOK. «33 W. Sixth^at^ SKIN-WEEPING, ECZEMA, SCALDHEAD, ulcerated nipples, sexual rawness and sores, rose, malignant moles and tumors. MEDI CAL CLINIC, 107 West First street. 1-13-3 DR. INEZ DECKER. 702 SO. SPRING ST. Obstetrics. Hours 11 to 4. Room 221. 10-21-tf DR. PRITCHARD. RECTAL, FEMALE AND chronic diseases. 727-28 GROSSES BLD. 11-28-tf DR. TAYLOR. 317 Vi 8. MAIN ST. DISEASE of women. 12-2-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ¥qr~§ale NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. pen-room apartment house, located In one of the most desirable sections of the city. Rooms furnished in mahogany, golden oak, birds- • maple, Wilton ye» sat carpets In each room. Each apartment has a buffet kitchen and private bath. Two car lines. Ten minutes from 6th and Spring. Terms If desired. For price and further particulars call on or address laßiie k Baylor 636 SOUTH SPRING. 11-28-tt WANTED—AN HONORABLE CHRISTIAN gentleman with $5000 as partner In a well established, • refined, profitable busi ness which can stand the most rigid In vestigation. Address BOX 74. Herald. 1-12-tf WANTED— MAN WITH $500 TO TAKS charge of business where he can make $160 month; this will stand Investigation. BOX 602. Herald. 13-1-tt MONEY LOANED TO INVENTORS TO patent good ideas. JOHN WEDDER burn. Capitalist. Brookland, D. C. 1-6-1 yr CE&6POOLS cEfaSPOOLsT"" CLEANED OUT. All work done satisfactory to Inspector. L. A. SANITARY CO., Phone 69146. Temple 593 10-19- CESSPOOLS CLEANED OUT BY THE RED Cross Sanitary company In one to two loais, $3.60 per load; no other charges. 'Phone 59034. 10-7-tf IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPING CO.— take out largest load. West 6396: 22040. 2-10-tI TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES OF REBUILT TYPEWRITERS. Sea our bargains. Best rentals In city, $1.50 to $3 a month. LOS ANOELIOS TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, ACSI3. 138 S. Broadway Main 3961 . 8-13- TYPEWRITERS BUIOIIT AND RENTED. All makes guaranteed! repairing. BAK.ER IIOEV CO. (Inc.) 841*4 So. Broadway. Main 4801: A 4070. 10-31-" PATENTS —PATENT ATTORNEYS P^JNIJEir^AT^NT^AG^NCY^HAjARD^* BTKAUSE. Established 21 years. America!} and foreign patents secured and trademarks registered. 639 Citizens Bank bldg. Home AI4S2; Main 2523. PATENT BOOK FREE. H-SS-tt PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS. ALL CON trlea. A. H. UDDERS, patent lawyer and •ollcltor. 61! Trust bldg.. cor. 3d and Spring U-6-tf ASBAYING MORGAN "iT^cb" til South Main. Main - 1617, Assayen, smelters and ; reUner*. JOHN HERMAN, MtV4 8. Main. Not satla faction, but accuracy guaranteed. U-28-tt DRESSMAKING RELIABLE DRESSMAKER WILL SEW BY the day m a few select homes. W. 1917. - . * <v>''.**■'-,", 1-8-14 / ■ . ■.■'■■'.-- .. .■ SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES JANUARY ENROLLMENT NOW ACTIVE COLLEGE ENTRANCE 320 WK3T EIGHTH ST. Phones: FlB5O. Main 231,, jr~x*~*&*iL*JL&3ifrszo& Commercial College @^^£^b 953 .7 W. 7th Street flw%g#^^"^ Enrollments for the new year made daily. BROWNSBERGER' frjjggr differs from other business colleges in important particulars. SrySa^ Send for new catalogue. Both phones. F. Brownsberger, 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. ••-■ ,f;) MISS ETHELWYN WING, M. A., Principal. Home 53144 " ' Sunset We» SB4« Wrßl/S/A/£SS(pU£G£ Is the undisputed leader of Business Educa tion on the coast. It has prepared and placed In good positions thousands; let it prepare you. Enroll Monday. Call, write or phone F6700; Main 611. I, M. INSKEEP, manager. 614 South Grand aye. BROWNSBERGER COMMERCIAL COL lege, 853-7. W 7TH. Send tor catalogue 1 _^ 10-29-tt CLAIRVOYANTS ' _._ PROF. CHARLES FREE—FREE—FREE I will tell your name free, show you how It's done. " NO QUESTIONS ASKED NO GUESSWORK PROFESSOR CHARLES, Greatest dead trance life render, spiritual life reader; oldest, most reliable spiritualist, business and test psychic; deep psycho palmo reading of the highest order: strangs power to help you. Tells Just what you want to know; how many In family,. with names, dates, facts, vocation, where to lo cate, where to go. About your farm, ranch, claim, rooming house, business. 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California, until February 11. 1910. for the grading, turnpiking and oiling of four (4) miles of road, each bid I" be ac companied by a certified check in the amount of ten (10) per cent of the amount bid and made payable to the county of San Mateo, as liquidated damages in the event that the bidder or bidders fail to enter into a contract with good and sufficient bonds, for the faith ful performance of the work within five (5) after he award has been made to them, said contract and bun.is to be ap proved by the chairman of the board of super visors of Fan Mateo county, California. Plans and specifications on file for said work In the office of the county clerk, Jos. 11. Nash, Redwood City. P. H. McEVOY, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. i-n-3ot LbuAL NOI IWft STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD. ERS OF THE LOS A.fUELIiS TRUST 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 office of the bank, southwest corner of Sixth and M:1ln 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 proi>erl> come before the meeting. JAY SPENCE. Secretary. ' j l-5-ltt RAILWAY TIME TABLE SALT LAKE ROUTE All trains daily except v.- noted. I.eavel First Street Station. [Arrive «:3Ba San Bernardino. I l:lla 11:00 a Colton 10:41 a S:4op Riverside, 1:26p 6:24p Ontario and 4:26p ■ , Pomona 6:51p 5:46 a • ! * »:lia 3;60a Long Beach and |U:10a •l:»oj> l;!0pl« San Pedro ' j 7:00p «:40p| s_3jSSp «:60al Santa Catallna Island I 7:00p TTieal Pasadena . i 9:45 a »:00p| Pasadena I 1:199 •Daily except Sunday «Sunday only. I Utah-California Special. 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San Jose and east |11:45p | San Francisco and Mojav* ■<->.'',* 6:00p Sacramento, Oakland, via 7:06 a B:3opj Bakersfleld and Fresno i 8:00% : 7:50 a Fresno . 7:05 a <:00p Bakersaald 8:00 a 9:30p and Mojave 8:00p IChlcago, Kansas City, St. Louis. 9:45p| Golden State Limited | 6:55p 3:oop| The Callfornlan. via | 7:15p _____ Yuma, Benson, El Paso I Overland —New Orleans via | 12:01pYuma. Benson, Marlcopa, Tuc- l:3oj> son. El Paso. San Antonio.) Houston - * , - 12:01p Yuma. Tucson, Benaon, | 6:30 a 3:00p Lordaburg, Deming, . | 7:15 a 8:15p El Paso ( i;3Qp 6:45al | 8:30 a 8:00 a |ll:50a 8:15 a Santa Barbara j 2:30p 1:45p and /' j 7:35p 2:35p Ventura ' • 9:30p 7:30p ('Not Ventura). |11:45p V 8:15 a Oxnard, Santa Susana. "| 8:30 a 2:35p Moorpark, .. •>illic>n» . 7:30p • Somis, . j 8:30p ■ Camarlllo. . •] 7:35p -\~. , ('Oxnard only). |11:45p I Santa Paula via Saugua, I (:45a Camuloa, Piru. Flllmore.. [Jl:.*>oa '■' 1:45p Saticoy, Montalvo, Carpln- | 7:S5p | terla, Summerlaitd I ' ' "' B:lsa| Nordhoff | 2:30p , 2 ■ 35Pi I 7:33p 7:45a| " " ' |»6:30 a 8:55 a Pomona j»7:lsa 12:01p Colton ( 7:16 a 8 lOp Riverside, Redlands and | 9:85 a - 4:00p San Bernardino |ll:3iia 6:4 iip 'Not Riverside, Red- l:::iij> •6:15p lands or San Bernardino | 5:25p I ; j | 7:10p , 8:55al Covina |11.:35 a 6:45 pl ' l_'_li ■ "7:45a| Chino I 91 lit a y. 4:00pl , | 5:25p' Santa Ana, Anaheim, Downey,| ~ 8:55 a Norwalk ■ 8:30 a 11:15 a I 1:11 l:00pa' Buena Park, West a'| 8:00i> 5:10p Anaheim, West Orange j 4:50; •Downey only ■ j ■ ' B:ssa| Newport Beach I 4:sdp S;Bsa|a Los Alamlloa ~ «_4_s_7_ ""9:45a| Brawley, Imperial, I C :3f B:l3p| El Centro, Calexico | 6:56; i 9:osa| San Pedro-Compton • 111:4r i 3:3ol>|* 'Via Long Beach j 6:36; i 9:osa|» Long Beach-Compton 111:4.5 a 3:3op| 'Via San Pedro »; t).:, 9:osa] Santa Catallna Island | 6:35'p "e745a( ' I 7:0 i 7-50a| Fernando ' '| S:4 l:46p| 111:5- . . s:ood| •Motor . ! 7:3 ■ 3:3opj I 8:OOP ' B:3oa|a Chatsworth Park. (See a 3;15p , note). (Note— and , from , ißlvcr station only). 1 ■ ■-•- All trains daily except those marked as I follows: "a" Sundays exceptedj "b" Sundays only. ' '■ '■ ' '- SANTA FE ' Leave | ~ I Arrive | Eastern—Calif. Limited, lC:00am dally, Chicago via Denver 6:00 pm | and Kansas City Overland Express— Chicago via Denver and 8:30 am Kansas City Eastern Express — Dally 7:30 am Chicago via Denver and 7:05 am Kansas City . ""~"~~~"~~ Kite Shaped—Going via 8:30 am Pasadena. Return via 6:30 pm Santa Ana canyon / 7:35 am 10:00 am 8:30 am Redlands via Pasadena 1:00 pm 2:00 pin i, 5:40 pm I 4:30 pm \ j 7:40 pm 7:30 am Redlands via Orange I 10:35 am 10:15 am I 6:30 pm '. 1:00 pm 7:35 am Riverside via Pasadena 5:40 pm 7:30 am I I 7To6~pm 1C:55 am Riverside via Orange, 10:35 am D:O5 pm I 8:30 pm 7:30 am ' 7:06 am 10:55 am Corona via Orange 10:35 am 6:ui pm 6:30 pm . 7:30 am 7:06 am 10:6 i am San Bernardino via Orange 10:35 am 6:06 pm__ " 6:30 pm 7:36 am ~~ I 8:30 am 8:30 am 10:00 am 10:0 C am San Bernardino via Paaa- . 4:00 pm 2:00 pm dena j 5:40 pm 4:30 pm COO pm , .100 Em 7:40 pm: «:ot> pm 7:40 pm 8:5!, am .' , 6:66 am t 216 pm ■ Banta Ana ; 8:26 am' , 5:05 pm • .•:-*;; 1:00 pn. ', ll:66_pm__ __iil_?H iTJo am ~~ 6:65 am 8*65 ara .7:06 am ■'. 10-66 am Pullerton, . Anaheim, ; 8:25 am 2-15 pm Orange ; , 10:36 am ■-: 6 ; 06 pm '•'■ i 1:00 pm', 11:.55 pm I _.»:» pm | 7-35 am San Jacinto, Elslnore, He- 10:35 am vs -10:55 am I met and Murletta 6:30 pm H 10:25 am [' Redondo -'| 4:: pm, j 215 pm Escondldo . 1:00 pm 8-65 am . Fallbrook : ,- . ; 1:16 pm f 8-55 am Ban Diego and - 6:66 am 216 pm Coronado Beach ; ; 1:00 pm ; 11-65 pm Surf Line 6:15 pm , 7:30 am - , Randsburg ■' ' 7:06 am 8-00 "pm I Searchlight an Chloride I » 7:05 am ', »:00pm Beatty, Rhyolite, OoldKeld '. 1:80 a— and Tonocah 1 ,