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WANTED Help— Male WANTED—A GOOD ENERGETIC BOY OF about ,17 years for office work. Aply to about 17 year, for office work. Apply to a. m. 1-24-U WANTED—TWO GOOD BOYS BETWEEN ages of 14 and 17 to oarry routes south of Beventh and east of Flgueroa. and alto two good boy. to carry route. In Ploo Heights; routes pny $9 and $10. Ask for MR. POWERS at the Herald offlo« after » p. m. or call up Bdway. 3524. 11-11-t« NO EXPENSE TO LEARN ELECTRICITY, plumbing, bricklaying, automoblllng on con tract Job. in few montHl" Urn*. No appren ticeship or helpers' work. Catalog fr«». UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO., 232 Aliso «L. Los Angele* 10-4-U WANTED—RESPONSIBLE AGENT, ABLE to assume office management; splendid op portunity; salary paid; references and In vestment $1000 required. Write represen tative ,E. Herald branch, San Bernardino. Cal. 1-21-6 WE NEED TRUSTWORTHY MAN TO MAN ago branch at Hakersllclil; permanent salary; applicant must put up $1500; fully secured. Address Division Manager, care Herald, San Bernardino. 1-21-0 WANTED-GARDENER FOR PRIVATE place; must be experienced and understand core, of house furnace and rugs. Give ref erences, otherwise application will be ig nored. Address P. O. BOX 11, city. 1-53-0 BOYS ' WANTED TO CARRY HERALD route In Weatlako district, also east of Ban Pedro and south of Ninth. Apply to Circulation Manager of THE HERALD. WANTED— TO DO OFFICE WORE IN exchange for commercial course: small I*l -ary. NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF TYPE WRITING, 610 Chamber of Commerce. 1-23-10 WANTED-tTHREH GOOD BOYS T(5 CARRY routes. Apply to CROSSMAN, Herald of flce. *-»-» Help—Female WANTED—YOUNG LADY TO DO OFFICE work in eichango for Spanish and short hand Instruction. Small salary. NA TIONAL SCHOOLS OF TYPEWRITING. 610 Chamber of Commerce. 1-23-10 WANTED—YOUNG LADY TO STUDY shorthand and bookkeeping. Can pay when we find you a position. NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF TYPEWRITING, 610 Cham ber of Commerce. 1-23-10 WANTED—LADIES; BEAUTY CULTURE pays big. FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSING COLLEGE, corner Broadway, entrance 227 Mercantile place, 15c, Sso liiilrdressing. 1-13-U LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STEAD or evenings, can .tamp transfer, $1.60 do* upward; original, reliable firm, r.oom 334, KARON BLDQ.. 228 W. Fourth. »->B-tf WANTED-LADY WITH DEEP WRINKLES to demonstrate my 10-day deep wrinkle treatment. MISS BERTHA BALZER, 212 S. Broadway, room 1. 1-23-7 WANTED—LADIES TO SELL HAIR RE ■torer for gray and falling' hair. . MISS BERTHA BALZER, 212 9. Broadway, up stairs. i-ai-7 WANTED-AGENTS EVERYWHERE; $5 will start you. UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO., 421 S. Wall St., Los Angeles. 1-23-3 i Help—Male and Female WANTED-MALH AND FEMALE TAILOR ing hands, machine operators, basters, fin ishers, fellers, buttonhole makers -and prossers on the Beeckel system of Roches ter, N. V., to be located here, on coats, trousers and vest tailoring. Apply in writ ing BOX 00034. Herald. 1-22-3 WANTED-STUDENTS TO STUDY SHORT hand and bookkeeping; $2 a week; home us» of typewriter free. NATIONAL SCHOOL OF TYPEWRITING, 610 Chamber of Com merce. 1-23-10 WANTED— MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN tne barber trade; > guaranteed In eight weeks. Catalogue free. MOHLER BAR BER COLLEGE. 122, E. Second st. 7-1-tf COLLEGE AND NORMAL GRADUATES TO register for positions In Arizona, Nevada • and California. HOYNTON TEACHERS' AGENCY, 525 Stlmson block. 1-23-lm Agents NEW 4-SIEVE STRAINER AND "NO Splash," sold agents only; sample free. Send 2c stamp, cost of mailing; $3 profit dally. Let us prove it. SEED'S, 104 Dunne Bt.. New York. 1-81-1 Situations—Mais MIDDLE-AGED, SOBER, STEADY, ALL around man, knows how to handle cows, horses and take care of garden, want, sit uation on private place or smalL ranch, city or country. Looking" more for good home than big wages. Address BOX CB, Herald. 1-23-3 YOUNg'mAN, 18, HIGH SCHOOL QUAD uate, ha. knowledge of French, Ger man and Spanish, desires clerical posi tion in office of any kind. BOX US, Her aid : 1-20-4 YOUNG MAN. , 18, HIGH SCHOOL GRADU ate, has knowledge of French, German and Spanish, desires position in office of any kind. Address BOX 98, Herald. 1-23-4 WANTED— BY THE DAY OR hour. Will take washing at home or go out and wash; or will do light housecleanlng. Call at 212 Concord St., MRS. JOHNSON. » l-'J-tf SITUATION WANTED BY A REAL ESTATE salesman, capable to tako charge of branch office. Address G. E. CROSBY, 1227 Fifth st., Santa Monica, Cal. 1-22-3 WANTED—A middle-aged man, all-round painter and tlnter, «would like Job or will figure on any small jobs, and do good work and cheap. Address BOX 28, Herald. 1-23-4 "FIRST CLASS SWEDISH LAUNDRESS i wants work to do at home; will call and deliver; satisfaction guaranteed. I'HONH 418-6. ■ - ■ •_ 1-23-4 WANTED— 18 YEARS , OLD WANTS work, clerical or rough; good references. H. R. PLATT, 1921 Fifth aye. j West 6695. 1-22-4 WANTED— hotel clerk, bed maker or night watchman. W. J. M., 421 South Wall street, city. j 1-23-3 Situation* —Female WANTED— BY THE DAY, PRl vate families preferred; good work guar anteed; charge, reasonable. Phone Homo ASUS, or apply at 33014 S. SPRING ST.. room 3. , • . 1-23-3 WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER. by elderly woman for widower or elderly couple- good homo an object. Address' BOX 35, Herald. !-»-* GOOD SPENCERIAN WRITER WILL COPY records or write letters at reasonable, rates. Address BOX 27. Herald. 1-23-4 WANTED-Work by the day or week In a private family. Good honw the object. Ad dress BOX 29, Herald. . 1-33-4 WANTED— Day work by competent American woman. Phono East 775, 1-23-3 House* I ■i WANTED—TO PURCHASE. A SMALL COT tage, value about $1500, on terms of $1*) down. Must be on Paoiflo Eiectrio line: Long Beach avenue preferred (for employe •»« Paoino Eiectrio railway). Might pay $2000. BLACK BROS.. 200 H. W. Hellman Bl.lg. F1444, Main 3891. ■ ■ ' 1-18-10 WANTED To Purchase —Miscellaneous WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER beds. 758 • SAN PEDRO ST. Phone. F8041: Main 110«. , 12-17-lf WANTED —ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL second hand office desk. BOX C 2, Herald. 12-22-tr FEATHER BEDS— $5 TO $35 EACH. Address .1. RYAN. 530 "'n Pedro it. 12-»-t< FOR RENT - Apartments—Furnished and Un- ! furnished The N MSssoiuila 07! West Washington Sunny, 2 and 3 room apartments, with pri vate bath; all conveniences. *'ak* University .«■ Washington it. car line. *-U-ti •The St. Regis 2 & 3 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING; also single rooms. 237 SOUTH FLOWER. Main 2250; A 7330; 5 mln. to business center. Moderate prices. ' 11-20-3 mo Rooms — Furnished * PENIEL HOUSE 227 S. MAIN. OVER x'ENIEL HALL Light, airy room. In business center. Clean, moral and safe place to stay. Kates 350 to $1 day; $1.75 to $4 week. I'noue Bdway 2059. U-U-UM GIRARD HOUSE 115 BAST THIRD ST. . All outside rooms; central location; eleva tor service; steam beat; uu room, with pri vate bath; rent $15 per month. j 11-19-tf LARGE; SUNNY SINGLE ROOM; ALSO liiTht housekeeping; nicely furnished: only two blocks west of Broadway. 614 W 21) ST. 1-23-3 Houses Unfurnished FOR RENT—MODERN TRdbM HOUSE . hot water; unfurnished; west, walking dis tance. 125 N. OHIO. 1-23-3 Store Room* FOR RENT-ONE-HALF OF NEW STORE, 714 South Broadway. Inquire WHITE SEW ING MACHINE CO.. 628 S. Spring. 12-6-tf TO LET—Corner store, for dry goods location. I'M.* San Pedro street. 1-23-3 SPECIAL NOTICES WJwraS^;- The Caledonian club _£§|wgig" A * will celebrate tho Ammiversary of «$ We Robert Burns #VJJ I •9r\ }fVf) Tuesday, Jan. 25, 11)10, vS^S-S-s^j^gySfr at Mlancliard Hall, ltssqggJj^gg|SP'£i» 233 s. Broadway. ~t^*«"jir*ssr / Tickets 50c. LADIES—BRING THIS AD WITH YOU; good for 25 cents on Miss Balzer's hair re storer for falling or gray hair. MISS BER THA BALZER, 212 S. Broadway, upstairs. 1-23-7 KATE A. HAMER Teacher of English oratory. 'BOAN SCHOOL, Majestic Theater Bldg. Phones F2665; Broadway 2881. 1-23-3 LADIES—DEEP WRINKLES, FRECKLES, smallpox pits, moth patches and soars re moved in ten days. MIS 3 BALZER, 212 S. Broadway, upstairs. 1-23-7 ALL RAZORS. SAFETY BLADES, BCIS .or., knives. Instruments, printer', knives, tools, etc, sharpened better than new. YANKEE GRINDER, 814 S. Spring «t. FOR SALE CHEAP FUEL Apricot pit shells, good as wood; $4 ton, de livered. Phone South 1706. 1-11-JOt . BIRDS, PUPPIES, TOYS Household Articles, China, Glass, Eto. THE ARK. 231 W. First. 1-1-lm ICOO BUSINESS CARDS, $1.50; GOOD WHITE brtstol; conveniently boxed. Other printing, low prices. CENTRAL PRESS. 10H4 S. BJwy. 12-21-2 mo WANTED —LADIES'^ GENTS' CLOTHINU. HIGH PRICES. 810 SO. SPRING ST. MAIN 8597: F5988. «-25-12 mo SEWING MACHINES SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK— DROPHBAD SUI'ERB, WITH OAK CASE .....$lO.OO WHEELKR & WILSON, USED FOR SAMPLE ONLY AND WORTH $00....527.50 DUPLICATE SINGER, REO.ULAR PRICE $18 $22.™ And we have others, new and second-hand. Also renting and repairing all makes. L. A. SEWING MACHINE CO., ' 243 S. Broadway. 1-23-tf WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. NOW permanently located at 714 S. Broadway, tf CHIROPODISTS L ' 'DR. HEVLAND, l^_"" I£'"'" 1~""-~~ Graduate chiropodist. Corns removed with out pain or soreness. Instant relief; no fear of tunic trouble. INGROWING NAILS A SPECIALTY . PARLORS, HOTEL MILTON, 630 % South Broadway. F2457; Bdway 9648. 12-30-3 mo DR. EMILY A. CHAPMAN REMOVES corns, bunions, club and Ingrowing nail, without pain. Hours, 8 a. m. to • p. m. 4U> O T. Johnson bldg.. 4th and Broadway. ' 1-9-lmo MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE-LARGE* SIZED $450 CHASE Bros.' piano, rosewood case; beautiful in strument, practically good as new, for $190. A snap for some one. Good squares $30 up. Cut prices on all new first-class pianos, sue as Chiekerlng Bros.', Schaeffer, etc. Lib eral terms. VAN SANT PIANO CO., 2d Iloor, 720 H. Broadway. "ELEVATOR CUTS THE PRICE." 1-23-tf FOR SALE—MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS— Snaps: High ■ pitch clairnet, $10 to $30; Koehm flute. Best musical instrument re pairing In the west. BAXTER-NOKTHUP CO. 822 8. Broadway. F2295. H-22-3m» LOST AND FOUND STRAYED FROM LOS ANGELES LAND Syndicate ranch, one and one-half miles south of Lancaster, Los Angeles county, California, January 13, one sorrel horse, about 15V4 hands high, weight 1400 pounds, brand mark "14" on left shoulder. Any in formation leading to tho recovery of above described animal will bo liberally rewarded. Address F. , C. BEUTEL. 327 Citizens Na tional Bank Bldg., Third and Main ats. . 1-22-3 LOST-GOLD WATCH. WALTHAM MOVE ment. Name of Dallas engraved on back. Return to Hotel Locke, Hill and Second streets, and receive reward. 1-21-3 TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES OF REBUILT TYPEWRITERS. Boa our bargains. Best rental, in city, $1.60 to $3 a month. • : ' • ■ ~ LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, A 6813. 138 S. Broadway Main 1969. »-13-tt TVPJSWRITKKS BOUGHT AND HENIIiU. All make, guaranteed; repairing. UAKKU ' HOKV CO. (Inc.) Hl'/* So. Broadway. Main 4UDII A 4070. 10-»l-tt N OTA J________ ' B~M. wmV^OTAKY^UBLic. PENSION papers, deeds, collections and wills nego tiated. Room 4,-344 V 4 S. ■ Broadway. - LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 11)10. FOR SALE . House* If Yoi Have $1000 or More AND WANT TO MAKE A SUBSTAN TIAL NEW YKAR'B GIFT CALL AND SEE The- Beautiful , Homes JUST ERECTED ON OXFORD BOULEVARD. , FIRST BLOCK NORTH OF TEMPLE. FtJHNACKD AND PIPED FOR GAS. INQUIRE at FIRST HOUSE or SEE BEACON 'LUMBER CO. 400 SEVERANCE BUILDING, SIXTH AND M MX STS. 18-28-tf Bungalows Rent-paying terms. Some finished, some under construction, or wo will build to suit. All prices. Good location. High ground. Five-cent carfare. Close in. Gas, electric lights and all modern con veniences. BUYING FROM THE OWNERS AND BUILDERS WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. 843 DOUGLAS BLDG. .. PHONE A2OOO. n . 1-20-tf iO-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE On lot 70x135 to alley, completely fur nished; separate entrances; good streets, convenient to cars; 7 rooms pay $40 a month, making over 9 per cent on the purchase price. This Is an exceptional bargain and good investment. C. WINSLOW REALTY CO. 4500 Central aye. Phone South 11. Frl-Sat-Sun-tt FOR SALE—MODERN B-ROOM COTTAGE. 3201 Emmet street, Boyle Heights; gas, electric lights, bath and toilet; electric line runs past property; $2600; terms $100 down and $15 per month. J. A. POTEET Anaheim, Cal. l-15-lmo FOR —Seven-room house, 1747 Kane street; lot 40x135; 20-foot alley. We are of fering this at a very low pdlce. $2700 will take it. Easy terms. Must be Bold. J. M. WILDE, or P. P. CHAFFEE, 636 S. Spring. 1-23-3 FOR SALE-A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. Will take anything in exchange, and balance on monthly terms; good rental property. 1471 E 42D ST. 1-23-3 Hotels and Lodging Houses WHAT DO YOU THINK of these for bargains In rooming houses ? They are all money makers. ORMSBY & OEHRLIN ' 206 Delta Building, 426 South Spring. Broadway 5030. F3511. On' Broadway, Near 7th 40 rooms, has fine commercial trade; has long lease; rent $300: Income $67.i; price $4000; $2000 cash, balance ( on easy terms. 19 Rooms on Kohler near Seventh; one of the neatest places In the city; rent $60 and a snap at $1500; lease of 2 years; part cash and easy pay ments. i 26 Rooms, Close In on Temple: one of the beat paying and cheapest, for only $1000, and part cash. Opposite Westlake Park on Seventh street; 10 beautifully furnished rooms; maple and oak furniture and Brus sels carpet; price $700. 14 rooms on South Olive: rent $60; in come $130; price $600 cash, balance on easy terms; price $1050. 6 Rooms at 512 Temple Street will sell or rent; price $450; cheap rent. What Do You Think ' of this one? $250 makes the first payment on a 15-room house; terms easy; price $1000. And Ndw for a Good One 26 rooms, all housekeeping, on South Flower, clearing $110; price $2200; part cash and easy terms. 32 Rooms on West 6th most beautifully furnished and everything modern; rent $175; Income $400; price $4000 and $1000 cash handles it, balance on easy payments. - A Transient House of'7s rooms on W. Fourth, clearing; $450 per month: has long lease; rent $450; price $5600; part cash, balance on easy term.. 831 WEST NINTH 7 rooms and pantry, beautifully furnished three months ago. Hot and cold water. Rent $25; price $350. Three rooms rent for $41. 14 Rooms on South Olive near Ninth, rent $70. Price $1050; $000 cash, balance on easy terms. 22 Rooms Close In on Temple, $1000; $400 cash, balance on easy term"' *: ■■ ' un!l Pianos BUY A SAMPLE PIANO I 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 1 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 a worth your wnli«. S. A. Brown <& Co. 444 South Broadway. 1-1-tt A ' BARGAIN —TO ACQUAINT PEOPLE with my new location, I will sell any new $100.00 Keller & Son. Piano for $250.00. Terms to suit you. Piano, to rent, $3.00 per mo. up. H. O. BROOKS PIANO STORE, .• 714 S. Broadway. Home F6757. Main 2105. >-»-Tt 810 SNAP—BEAUTIFUL $450 JACOB Doll piano for even $200. A splendid .'Chase Bros, dark rosewood case, fine tone, $180. Hood square piano, $35. VAN KANT PIANO CO., 720 S. Broadway. •■Elevator cuts tha price." 1-19-tf PIANOS AT $2.50 AND $3 PER MONTH; ■auare pianos of standard make., in excel lent condition. Will .ell on the above small payment.. ai!O v J. JBIRK.EL CO., J4i-$47 8. Spring St. IQ-U-tt FOR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO IN FIN» condition; only $100 lor Imm.dlat. sal*. Call tar Inspection 411 W. ' FIJTH BT. • FOR 3A'-^______ Country Property Yncalpa Valley Do you want 5, 10 and 20 acres of an ap ple farm in the famous Yucalpa valley, ad joining Rcdlands, the gem home city of Southern California? These lands are all ready for planting, and wo plant the most desirable varieties and thoso best adapted, -nd care for them for a period of two years without extra cost to the buyer. Apples, yon know, are as staple as wheat, and ft much more profitable crop. Land suitable for producing apples of duality, you know, is limited. Ask the people who are raising apples In this vicinity on lands similar to ours what they think of these lands 'as an apple producer. , Wo also have some excellent eucalyptus lands which we are planting to eucalyptus, and carlns for same for a period of two years without extra cost to the buyer. J We have lands without planting. Go out with us today and see tnesa lands. If you want time to more fully investigate write for our excellent and thoroughly re liable, prospectus of Yucalpa Valley and what we are doing. YUCAIPA WATER AND LUMBER CO., Suite 112 Merchants Trust Bldg., Los Angeles, California. 1-23-3 LANDS AT~LE GRANDE EASTERN MERCED COUNTY. ON MAIN LINE OF SANTA FE R. R. 680-acro combination ranch. Deep, rich, sediment soil. Level. Plenty of good wa ter. First class improvements, including 6 room house, large stone barn, granary with etone foundation, 2 wells and tank house, water piped to house and yard; implement shod, blacksmith shop, 3-acre family or chard, oranges, lemons, peaches, etc. All in grain. Fenced and cross-fenced. This is considered one of the best grain and dairy ranches in this section. Price low enough to be interesting to any one. Will boar closest investigation. r CLINT B. GAIN CO. 210 CENTRAL BLDG., SIXTH AND MAIN STS. 1-23-tf asm IS M IMG 160 ACRES FOR $1600 $40 LAND AT $10 PER ACRE Richest Alfalfa and Fruit Land in Los Angeles J County. Come Quick. Talk with EDWARD SCHERMAN Land Office 219 Citizens Nat'l Bank Bldg., Third and Main. 1-23-24 FOR SALE — 160 acres one mile north of Le Grand, Cal, Merced county, all good land; price 55 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 com due. GEO. J. SHOENHAIB, Phone A 2334. »76 Wllooz Bids;. 1-12-tf For Sale 10 acres In the town of Holtvllle; all level and ready to plant; only $190 per acre, and the water supply is unlimited. $400 cash, balance easy payments at 6 per cent inter est. If you want to get At land in the Im perial valley this Is your opportunity. National Investment Company 402 Central Bids., Sixth and Main. • F4BOI. 1-23-3 13500 ONLY-210 ACRES: ABUNDANCE OF water; two good springs; lots of timber: 100 acres suitable for fruit, corn, grain, alfalfa or berries; several acres for eucalyptus; use balance for pasture, chickens, turkeys, ducks, etc.; twenty stands of bees; 5-room house, barn, outhouse", well, all fenced: two county roads pass the place, also right of way for Purcell road to Escondldo; fine shooting. No trades considered. Write GORDON, GOODWIN & CO., 1202 Fourth Bt., San Diego, Cal. J*- 1-22-3 BEAUMON T LAND AND WATER CO. HAVE MOVED to suite 316 Central Building, S. W. corner Sixth and Main streets. Suburban Property HIGHLAND PARK FOR SALE $500 DOWN. PRICE »5500. BALANCE LIKE RENT. ON AVI). r,O: NEAR CAR LINE, COL LEGE, SCHOOLS, CHURCHES; GAS, WA TER, ELECTRICITY AND SEWER; LOT MxlfiO; FENCE AND BARN: HOUSE 13 FINISHED COLONIAL STYLE, FIRE PLACE, BUILT-IN BUFFET, HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT, STATIONARY TUB, TOILETS UP AND DOWN STAIRS; SCREEN SLEEPING ROOM; FURNACE; COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL. IT'S WORTH LOOKING AT. AUTO AT YOUR SERVICE. Highland Park Investment Co. . 910 CENTRAL BLDG. PHONE F3778. 1-23-3 SOUTH PASADENA PROPERTY MY SPE cialty. See HARTER, 308 Byrne Bldg. ■ H2110; Broadway 2036. 1-23-lm i Furniture (EPARATB LOCKED IRON BOQMB 11.01 per month; trunks, boxes, eto.. Mo to 10a. Phone for our large van wnea you mart, 11.11 per hour. COLTEAH WAREHOUSE CO., (11-17-19 San Pedro st Main office. JO*. 11 a Mala it. Phone Main ill?; Fllji. Business. Property, FOR SALE—Business block containing five stores, cottage flat and largo hall. SSI7 Kan Pedro street, '• . ' MM FOR SALE Live Stock FOR BALK OR TRADE FOR DRY COWS, 3 fresh cows. 1626 W. 85th place. 1-22-3 Miscellaneous , FOR SALE—I2OO, MANUFACTURING BUSI- ! ness, horse, wagon and route; also the fur niture of 6 looms, cheap; going east. Ad dress 203 EAST 27TH ST. 1-22-3 ■ FOR SALE-FIVE-PASSENGER 1909 BUICK automobile, good as new, on easy payments; ' have no use for it. Call, v to 7 p. m., 1924 PARK GROVE ST. 1-22-3 FOR SALE-DOUBLE-HORSE WAGON AND harness; plow, fence, lots of lumber and hay. LOUIS MIGATAVICH, Defrees St., Banborn .Station. * 1-23-3 FOR SALE—FINE 1309 BUICK AUTOMO •* bile, on easy payments; five passenger; good M new. 1924 PARK GROVE ST. Call 5 to 7 p. m. 1-23-3 FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND WINDMILLS, tanks, engines; save one-half. Everything guaranteed. DEMMITT CO., 120 North Main si reft. 1-23-3 ■ FOR EXCHANGE Real Estate FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE One of the finest dairy ranches in the val ley, consisting of 117 acres, only 4 miles from Chino, at 1135 per acre. Will accept WWW In Improved* Los Angeles property; $8000 mortgage, balance cash. This is a snap for some one. Come in and ask us about this. National Investment Company 402 Central Bldg., Sixth and Maul sts. F4809. 1-23-3 5-ROOM HOUSE Located in Santa Barbara, two blocks from business center; clear; worth $2000. Will exchange for 6-room house in Los Angeles near Cc car line. Will assume up to 91500 and give some cash. ERICKSON & CO. 106 W. Sixth St., Ground Floor. F2374. 1-22-3 FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLEAR lot at Redondo, 3 blocks from city hall, facing* the ocean, fine for apartment, or hotel, street work all In, gas, electricity and sewer; floe view of the ocean; would trade for lot at Huntington Park, Glen dale or city. Lot valued at SBOui make offer. OWNER, Box 564. Herald office. Miscellaneous FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLEAR LOT | In Colton that I will trade for diamond., 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 248. He-aid. 6-86-tf MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN Unlimited amounts at 6 per cent. No com mission. Building loan., any amount, at 1 per cent. COLLINS ft MILLER, 50S-7 Broadway Cen tral Bldg. F5909. ' 1-9-30 FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS— " Lowest rates to conservative borrower.. Prompt attention to applications, whether large or small. The John M. C. Marble Co. .H. W. Hellman Building. A 6897; Main £93. 1-23-24-26 PLENTY OF MONEY TO LOAN AT 6 AND ' 7 per cent on good city property; security must be at least double amount wanted. You can have the money as long a. you wish. All our parties wish la the interest. WAYBRIOHT-BUTLER CO., 628-» Security bldg. FB817; Bdway. 2461 3-29-tf MONEY TO LOAM. 260,000 to loan on real estate, city or coun try. I to 7 per cent; amounts to suit. MOT ER A GILBERT. 612 Frost bWj,-. Home 'phone A 8827; Main 6474. 10-2-tt MONEY TO LOAN—ANY AMOUNT FROM $100 np; city or country; current rates. RAMEY BROS.. 627 Security Bldg. F2121. Main 9356. 12-11-tf R. W. POINDEXTER. 409 WILCOX BLDG., will loan you . what you need on real estate, stocks and bonds. Building loans a special ty. , 1-9-tf ROBERT WESTWAIER & SON. Real estate Investments, or homes. Build er, and contractors. Room 310 Frost building. Phone Main 9115. 11-21-tf TO LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED tape; without security; confidential. WEST COAST EXCHANGE:. 419 Henna bldg. 10-4-tf SALARY LOANS. LOWEST RATES, CON fldentlal. 611 O. T. JOHNSON BLDG., Fourth and Broadway. 12-9-tf NEW LOAN OFFICE NOW OPEN; REAS onable rates on purchases. L. RIFKIND, 106 K. Fifth St. 1-23-3 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR^SALE I NOW IS THE! TIME TO BUT! Seventeen-room apartment house. Located j In one of the most desirable sections of tbe city. Rooms furnished In mahogany, golden oak, blrds-ej * maple, Wilton vewet carpets In each room. Each apartment has a buffet kitchen and private bath. Two car lines. Ten minutes from 6th and Spring. Terms tf desired. For price and further particulars call on or address LaDie & Baylor' »Jii SOUTH SPRING. 11-iS-tt FOR SALE—CERTIFICATE OF INCORPO ratlon, District of Columbia, SuOO.OOO capital stock, par $1.00. Perpetual. Any kind 'of business anywhere In the world. Price St.lo. Address MINER, 257 E. 12th st., Long Beach, Cal. ( 1-22-3 WANTED—AN HONORABLE CHRISTIAN gentleman with 55uoi) as partner in a well established, refined, profitable busi ness which can stand the most rigid in vestigation. Address BOX 74. Herald. ! t ■) l-12-tf WANTED—MAN WITH *500 TO TAKE charge of business where he can make $150 month; this will stand Investigation. BOX 602. 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PROPOSALS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OP OILED ROADS Sealed bids will be received by the clerk of the board of supervisors of San Mateo county, California, until February 14, 1910, for the grading, turnplklng and oiling of four (4) mite, of road, each bid to 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 damage. In the event that the bidder or bidders fall 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, .aid contract and bonds to be ap proved by the chairman of the board of super visor, of San Mateo county, California. Plans and specification, on file for said work In the office of the county clerk, Jos. H. Nash, Redwood City. P. 11. McEVOY. Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. 1-11 LEGAL NO HUB ~" ""sTOcTKUOLUJIRis 1 MJSISTINO ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD ERS OF THE LOS ANGELES TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. Notice 1. hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholder, of the Lo. Angeles Trust and Saving, bank will be held at the office of the bank, southwest corner of Sixth and Main streets. In the city of Los Angeles, county ot Los Angeles, state of California, on Thursday, January 20, 1910, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a board of director., hearing reports of officers and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. JAY SPENCE. Secretary. . 1-6-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lyon-McKmney-Smith Co. will he held at the office of the company. No. 652 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., Monday, February 7th. 1910, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of electing directors for the on sting year and for the transaction of such other 'business as may properly come before such meeting. J. O. SMITH, Secretary. Dated Jan. 20, 1010. . ' 1-20-10 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN—MY wife, Kate Hardaker, having left my bed and board I hereby give notice that I will not be responsible for any debts that aha may contract. Dated Los Antfelea. Cal., Jan. 23. 1910. 1-24-3 FRED HARDAKER. RAILWAY TIME TABLE ;•;■>.'' SALT LAKE ROUTE All trains dally except a. noted. Leave| First Street Station. |ArrTv« B:lsa| San Bernardino, | S:>6a 11:00 a Colton r- 10:41 a |:40p Riverside, . l:2Ip i:!4p Ontario and , 4:.'«p ■ Pomona 6:51p "5:46 a • : ! • »:l»a Istoa Long Beach and 11:10* l:tops San Pedro 7:00p _«:40p »l «■»> s:toa| Santa Catallna Island I 7:l)0p ~ill6»i Pasadena I »:4s» l:00| - Pasadena I t.iD» "Daily except Sunday. . .Sunday only, > I Utah-California Special. ■ I l:00pl Salt Lake. Butte, Denver, 110:00* 1. and Chicago. , - I • SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 'A 953-957 W. 7th St. Enrollments Daily. New Catalogue. Both phones. F. Brotrnsberger, Fres. sth Floor Hamburger Bids;., Lou Angeles. WANTED—STUDENTS TO STUDY SPAN IIh; half price for class starting February 1 (35 cents). Call at once. NATIONAL! SCHOOLS OP TYPEWRITING, 610 Cham ber of Commerce. 1-33-10 T. M. C. —DAY AND EVENING COM" merclal, technical, automobile, college pr»-> paratory and grammar achools now open. l»-l-tt L.OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEaK, 411 W. Fifth st. E. 11. EHRADBR, Ph. D.. president fine* 1891). 10-27-tf, BHOWNSBEROER COMMERCIAL COL lego, 853-7 W. 7TH. Send for catalogue. 10-2»-tf CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS _ E. TUCKER. BUILDINO CONTRACTOR, 602 Merchants Trust Building, corner Sec ond and Broadway. Phone Main 8287. 1 make lowest bids on all classes of build- Ings. ! 1-13-tf RAILWAY TIME TABLE '- t.i SOUTHERN PACIFIC | From Arcade station. Fifth and Central aye. Leave| < [Arrive 8:00 a San Francisco via Coast Line. | 8:30— t:lsa San Luis Oblspo, Paso Robles, 2:30p 2:85p Del Monte, Monterey. Santa >:30pi 7:80p Cruz. San Jose and east ll:4Sp San Francisco and Mojave -•■ ■ «:00p Sacramento, Oakland, via 7:OSa >:30p Baker»fleld and Fresno ' 8:00 a 7:50 a Fresno 7:06 a 6:00p BakersAeld 8:00 a 9:30p and Mojave 8:00p | Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis. 9:45p| Qolden State Limited 6:55p 8:00p| The Callfornlan, via , 7:15p 1 Tuma, Benson, El Paso ■ Overland— Orleans ill I 12:01p Yuma, Benson, Marlcopa, Tuc- l;2Ap son. El Paso, San Antonio, Houston . ■ ' '. 12:01p Tuma, Tucson, Benson, 6:80 a 3:00p Lordsburg, Denting, 7:15 a 8:15p El Paso l:3op> ______ 1 S:3oa i:00a ■ |ll:50a, 8:15 a Santa Barbara j 2:80p l:4Sp and | 7:35p 2:35p Ventura * 8:30» 7:80p ('Not Ventura). |11:46p 8:15 a Oxnard, Santa Suaaaa, • 8:30 a 2:3 up Moorpark, • 11:50 a 7:30p • ' Somls, j 2:30p Camarlllo. • 7:35p ('Oxnard only). 11:45p Santa Paula via Saugus, | 6:45 a Camuloa. Flru, FUlmore, 11:50 a 1:46p Batlcoy, Montalvo, C'arpln- I 7:aip terla, Summerlaiid B:lsa| NordhoS ■ i 2;30p 2:35p| f I 7:»5p 7:45a[ ~ |«6:30 a 8;65a Pomona |'7:15 a 12:01p Colton 7:15 a 3:00p Riverside, Redlands and 9:35 -4:00p San Bernardino 11:35 a 6:45p 'Not Riverside. Red- l:S0p •!>:lsp lands or San Bernardino E:2sj> 7:10p 8:55al Covlna |11:35 a 1:45p ' ; 1 7:10p 7:46 a] | ~~ C-lno " I »:35a 4:00p I S:2sp Santa Ana, Anaheim, Downey,! ■•',.._ 8:65 a Norwalk ] 8:30* 11:15 a I 2:lip l:00pa* Buena Park, West a* 8:00p 6:loj) Anaheim, West Orange 4:109 'Downey only | ■ * 8:65*1 Newport Beach | 4:60p ~B:6sa|a Los Alamltos a| 4:60p >:45a| Brawley, Imperial, - I 6:30 a a ;15p El Centre Calexlco | t:s6p • :05a| San Pedro-Comptoa • |11:45 a 3:3op|* 'Via Long Beach ( t:3sp ' 8:06 a*« "Long Beaoh-Compton . 111:45 a 3:3op| 'Via San Pedro »| 6:35p '»:06a| Santa Catallna Island I 8:33p '8:45 alt ' t 7:05 a 2'sOa Fernando *1 8:40 a 1-45P Jll:6Oa 5 oop 'Motor j 7:S6p. 8:30p 1 «'»'" 8:30 a a Chatsworth Park. (Sea aj 3:44 a note). (NoteTo and from! River station only). I '-'■ i ' All trains dally except those marked as follows: "a" Sundays excepted; "b" Sundaya only. , BANTA FE \ - Leave | I Arrive Eastern-Calll. Limited, 10:00 am doily. Chicago via Denver 6:00 pot | and Kansas City ____,: Overland Express—Dally 8:00 pm Chicago via Denver and 8:30 am Kansas City _-_____—. EaaternExpresH — Daily 730 am Chicago via Denver and 7:05 an* Kansas City 1 ■ | ~~~~~~ Kite Shaped— via 8:30 am Pasadena. Return via 9:30 pm Santa Ana canyon | 7:35 am ~ 10 .-00 am 8:30 am Redlands via Pasadena 1:00 pm 2:00 pm 5:40 pm 4:30 pm 7:40 pm 7:30 am Redlands via Orange 10:38 am 10:65 am ____________________ | 8:30 pm " *~ ' 1:00 pm 7:35 am Riverside via Pasadena 6:40 pro 7:30 am I [ 7:06 pm 1C:55 am Riverside via Orange 10:36 am 6:05 pm ___________________ 8:80 pm 7:30 am 7:06 am 10:65 urn Corona via Orange 10:36 am 6:00 pm ; 6:30 pm 7:30 am *•■ i 7:06 am 10:55 am San Bernardino via Orange 10:35 am 6:05 pm 6:30 pm 7:85 am ~~~^~~~ »_» am 8:30 am ' *>••«> am 10:00 am San Bernardino via Pin- 4:00 pm 2:00 pm dena 6:40 pm 4:30 pm ,'_,•; 6:00 pm •IS . ':*> a! _ am , Santa _■»,-• *:65 am •:_ pm Baa* -» *■» » 6:05 pm ' ..i"-'; . .. »•<» P" 11:66 pm ' <:"» P~ ■; "TTsTim" «:»»»m ■:. 8*66 am ■ 7:05 am 10 ; 55 am Fuller ton. Anaheim, 1:26 am' 2:15 pm ' Orange ■ 10:36 am 6106pm 1 1:00 pni 11:55 pm ■ ■ I *»*» PI I 7"-36 am San Jaclnto, Elsinore. He- 10:35 am 10:65 am met and Murletta * 6:30 pot ii):!s am Bedondo I 4:20 pm 215 pm ~ Escondldo ~ I 1:00 pm 8:65 am Fallbrook ■« 6:16 pa 8:55 am San Diego and 6:5t am 1:16 pm Coronsdo BeacH 1:00 pm 11:56 pm Surf Line .>■ i 4:lspm 1:80 am Handsburg 7:06 am 8 00 pm I Searchlight anil Chloride 7:06 am 8:00 pm Beatty, Rhyollte, Ooldflald 3.*J am and Tonopah . | - i-. ■:•'•: ./'>'..'■.. ■ - . ..-.. *, ':'■' '-, ■•■ 11