Newspaper Page Text
Yoar Ad Should Talk for You Wlcb the lai with. Money Looks for InVestment, aid Keep It There. "Its the Season"
CHURCH NOTICES Temple Baptist Ciurdi Worshiping In the Auditorium. Corner Fifth and Olive Streets. "THE WORLD'S MASTER MIND." At 11. a. m. Rev. A. W. Rider. Paclflc • district secretary of the American Baptist Missionary Union, will preach on the above great theme. MONTHLY MUSICAL SERVICH). . Brief organ recital at 7:16. Baritone solo, two quartets and anthems. Mr. Giles Kellogg and two representatives will speak of "The Call of the Rescue Mission." Rev. ,T. Whltcomb Brougher, next Sun day morning and night. $30,000 organ. Seats fre». 1-29-2 CMstlan Science Service's Second Church of Christ, Scientist at the church edifice. West Adams street, near Hoover. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; sermon from the Christian Science Quarterly subject; "Love." Sunday school 11 a. m.; Wednesday evening meeting 8 o'clock. Reading rooms, 704 Herman W. Hellman Bldg., Spring and Fourth streets, open dally, Sundays execpted, from 9 a. m. to 9p. m. . i-2*"B CMstlai Science Services Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist At W. C. T. U. Hall, Temple street and Broadway. Service* Sunday, 11 a. m.; sermon from the Christian Science Quarterly. Subject, "Love." Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; Wednesday evening meeting. 8 o'clock. Reading rooms, 704 Herman W. Hellman Bldg., Spring and Fourth streets, open dally, Sundays excepted, from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 1-29-2 •SUNDAY EVENING. 7:46. "Dwlght L. Moody, Evangelist and Educator," subject of Rev. Wm. Horace Day, D. D., Pastor. First CongregaLtflomial Cflntuirclhi Hope Street, near Ninth. The Euterpean orchestra of forty pieces, Mr. J. A. Mottaahed. director, will furnish the music. A telect program. Sermon Sunday morning. 11 o'clock, "Should I Join the Church.'" 1-29-1 Imimaitel Preslbyteriii., Cliiircl Corner Tenth and Flgueroa streets. The pastor, Rev. Hug.h K. Walker, D. D., will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun day. Morning subject, "The House of the Divine Interpreter." Evening, "The Health of His Countenance." something better than Christian Science. Bible school at 9:30 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. a at 6:16 p. m. Strangers wanted and warmly welcomed. 1-292 He Independent Quircl of Christ Eighteenth and Flgueroa street*. REV. J. S. THOMSON, Pastor. Sunday service, 11 a- m.; subject of ' sermon, "Fire;" solo, "Love Me, O God," Mr. Roland Paul; eolo, "How Long Wilt Thou Forget Me?" Mrs. George F. Drake; duet, "Crucifix." Mrs. Drake and Mr. Paul Miss Mary L. O'Donoughue, organ ist. ' All art cordially Invited, , especially stranger^ 1-- ~3 St. John's Episcopal Church i,14 West Adams Street (Near Flgueroa). REV. LEWIS O. MORRIS, Rector. 7:30 a. m.. holy communion; 11 a. m., morning prayer and sermon, "Cheerful ness'" 7:30 p. m., evensong and address. "Christian Love." A free church. Short and hearty services. Take Dalton or Grand aye. or Redondo car to W. Adams street or yellow University car to Chester p'.aco and walk through Chester" place. 1-29-2 Tie Los Aigeks Fellowship REYNOLD E. BLIGHT, Minister. Service at 11 a. m. Nt Blanchard hall, 533 South Broadway. Subject, "How to Con quer Fate." Prelude, "Lee's Statue at Washington." All seats free. 1-29-2 Broadway- Christian Church OPPOSITE THE COURTHOUSE. Bible school at 9:80 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. B. F. Coulter, minister, and at 7:45 p. m. by Rev. John C. Hay, as sociate minister. Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Welcome all. 1-15-sat tf St. Paul's Pro-Catliefal 823 SOUTH OLIVE STREET. Very REV. U*M. MAC CORMACK, Dean. 7:30 a. m. —Holy communion. "THE SAINT WRONG SIDE UP" will be the topic of the dean at 11 a. m. 7:30 p. m.—Evening prayer and ser mon by the Rev. Joseph McConnell. 1-29-2 . First Unitarian Clrarcfo 925 SOUTH FLOWER. E. STANTON lIODGIN, Minister. Subject for Sunday morning, January 80. "Standards of Art end Religion." , Sunday school at 9:45. Classes for all ages 1-29-3 NOTICE TO CHURCHES—COPY FOR ALL church notices for the Saturday and Sun day morning issues Is requested to be turned In at The Herald office by Friday noon, If possible. This will aasur* proper classification and publication. 2-11-tt ATTORNEYS.AT-LAW BECKER LAW AND COLLECTION AGEN CY— WE WORK EVERYWHERE. A well equipped agency; established 1896. Our system and personal contact with the people owing money brings the returns, all manner of claims handled; you pay us for results only. Phones A 3232; Main 3332. 410-411-412 Henne BUr, 122 W. THIRD ST. 1-6-lmo I* A. LAW AND COLLECTION CO.—NO fee without success; consultation free; es tates settled; damage suits, marriage laws, liens, etc.; attorney and notary. 618 GRANT BLDQ. l-<-lmo K. M. WITTB, NOTARY PUBLIC—PEN sioii papers, wills, Insurance and collec tions negotiated. 244W S. BROADWAY. MARRIAGE LAWS EXPLAINED. GEN eral practice. Advice free. F>m moderate. 813 LISSNER lil.DO. 12-30-2 mo STORAGE LARGE PRIVATE, LOCKED. IRON ROOMS for furniture, etc Jl.tO and $2 per month; trunks, boxes, etc., 25c to 50c; open vans, 18 per day, or 760 per hour. We pack and ship household goods everywhere at re duced rates. COLYEAH'S VAN AND 1 STORAGE CO. offices to»-ll S. Main St. . Warehouse 416-17 Ban Pedro at Phou»s ■•1171; Main JUT. - MMI FOR RENT Apartments—Furnished and Un furnished The MSssoula 672 West Washington funny, I and » room apartments, with prt «ata bath; all conveniences. »'ak* University *r Washington «t. car line. »-l*-tl ' The St. Regis 2 ft 8 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING; •..so single rooms. 837 SOUTH FLOWER. Main 2290; A 7336; S> mln. to business center. Moderate prices. 1 l-20-3mo Rooms Furnished PENIEL HOUSE m a MAIN. OVER i-ENIEL HALL Light, airy rooms In business center. Clean, moral and sat* place to stay. , Rates 350 to 11 day; »1.75 to 14 week. Phone Bdway 206*. 11-19-Smo GIRARD HOUSE 1U EAST THIRD ST. All outside room*; central location; eleva tor service; steam heat; 60 rooms with pri vate bath; rent $15 per month. 11-U-tt TO LET—SINGLE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, $5 to $8 a month. 133 SO. FIGUEROA. 1-27-3 t .Houses FOR -RENT —4-ROOM COTTAGE; MOD ern: chicken corral; $10. CONAWAY, 607 Grant bldg. 1-27-3 Offices FOR RENT —NICE SUNNY FRONT oF floes on Broadway; large windows and advertising space; also smaller offices. In quire room 4, 24 4 S. BROADWAY. I Store Room* FOR ONE-HALF OF NEW STORE, 714 South Broadway. Inquire WHITE SEW -INO MACHINE CO.. «28 8. Spring. 12-5-tf SPECIAL NOTICES e^z™a~sufferers read THIS TESTIMONIALS FROM YOUR OWN CITY My little niece, 5 years old, since she was an infant, has suffered with an unsightly, annoying eruption of the scalp and parts of the face. The Buffering was Intense and we wcro compelled to keep her from school. Wo tried different doctors of Los Angeles, and every remedy we could hear of, with no good results. We heard of the Mills Eczema company, and called on them. Their offer was so fair we could not refuse to try their treatment, and we nre happy In saying results were noticeable at once, and after two weeks the disease had entirely disappeared, and to all appearance she Is entirely well. Accordingly we are glad to recommend their treatment to those who suffer likewise. Gratefully. MRS. SADIE BROWN, 419 N. Turlington avi>., Los Angeles, Cal. MILLS ECZEMA CO., 310 Coop Building, . CONSULTATION FREE. l-2«-tf LADIES-BRING THIS AD WITH YOU; good for 25 cents on Miss Bailer's hair re storer for falling or gray hair. MISS HER THA BALZER, 213 S. Broadway, upstairs. 1-2S-7 ALL RAZORS. SAFETY BLADES. SCI3 sors, knives, Instruments, printer's knives, tools, etc., sharpened better than new. YANKEE GRINDER, «14 8. Spring St. LADIES—DEEP WRINKLES, FRECKLES, smallpox pits, moth patches and scars re moved in ten days. MISS BALZER, 212 S. Broadway, upstairs. 1-23-7 FOR BALK CHEAP FUEL Apricot pit shells, good as wood; $4 ton, de livered. Phone South 1706. 1-U-JOt PAINTINO AND PAPER HANGING —FOR the best work and lowest prices phone SOUTH 6115. All work guaranteed. 1-29-3 BIRDS, PUPPIES, TOYS Household Articles, China, Glass, Etc. THE ARK. 231 W. First. 1-1-lm ICOO BUSINESS CARDS, $1.50; GOOD WHITE brlstol; conveniently boxed. Other printing, low prices. CENTRAL PRESS, 101V4 S. Bdwy. 12-21-2 mo WANTED—LADIES'. GENTS' CLOTH! NO. HIGH PRICES. 810 SO. SPRING ST. MAIN 8597: F699«. t-2ii-12mo BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES forTsauT" NOW IS THE TIMX3 TO BUY. 6«venteen-room apartment house. Located In one of the mast desirable sections of tho city. Rooms furnished In mahogany, golden oak, blrda-ej * maple, Wilton vei/et carpet* In each room. Each apartment has a buffet kitchen and private bath. Two car line*. Ten minutes from sth and Spring. Terms If desired. For price and further particular* call on or address Laßic $l. Baylor (It SOUTH SPRING. 11-2J-U 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-M WANTED— WITH 1500 TO TAKE charge of business where he can mak* 1150 month; this will stand Investigation. BOX 602. Herald. H-l-tt MONET LOANED TO INVENTORS TO patent good Ideas. JOHN WEDDEH burn. Capitalist, Brookland, p. C. 1-6-lyr - -——«^ —— — FOR SALE—A BLOCK OP OYSTER stock. For particulars. W. J. HUGHES. nelllngham. Wash. 1-29-3 CLAIRVOYANTS \^ PROF. CHARLES FREE—FREE I will tell your name free, Bhow you how It's done. " NO QUESTIONS ASKED no guesswork PROFESSOR CHARLES. Greatest dead trance life reader, spiritual life reader; oldest, most reliable spiritualist, business and . test psychlo; deep psycho palmo reading of the highest order; strange 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. Each hope, trouble, fear, wish in love; business, sickness, change, Journey, friend, enemy; advises and assists you to good conditions. Spiritual treat ment for development and wealth. Cur* lost memory, lack of ambition, all weakness, re news vitality, makes you well and strong again In thought, purpose, feeling, energy. 423 i South Spring Street Jefferson Hotel Special Readings Today 50 CENTS I *! - ' 1-g-tf DENTISTS / UK. lIA< IIM.VNN, 205-306 Majestic Theater bid*., HIS 8. JiUway. 15U81; Mala 3816. . ■ 7-l-tI DR. G A. COPFIELD, 214 WRIGHT ft CAL- Under Bids., hour* > to 6. Phon* FS2OS. 1-U-lmo T,OS AXGEI.ES HERALD: SATURDAY MOItXIXC. .1 AM ARV 20. 1010. FOR SALE Houses ©wi Your Own Hone And Have No More of the Rent Business I am offering you your choice of 9 Swell Modem s=Room Bo mi gallows on the easy terms of $100 Cash Balance small monthly payments. These houses have best of plumbing, hardwood floors, large fireplace, built-in buffets and bookcases, writing desks, sta tionary wash tubs, bedroom and kitchen finished in white enamel. And remember that these houses are close in on lie yel low car line and only 20 minutes' ride from Third and Broadway. Lois are high and command good view. Some have fruit trees. You cannot afford to miss these snaps. The prices are very low for such easy terms. If you cannot go out today go out Sunday. Call at office or ring up A or Main 2472 for further particulars. X Frank Bowei 440 Douglas Bldg., Third and Spring. 1-29-1 Modern Home in lolly woo I House with eight large rooms, strictly modern; 100 feet front age; deep lot; beautiful shrub bery. Price $8250. Small payment and balance easy terms. You could not buy the lot and build for less than $9000. Located not far from De Longpre's home north of Prospect. This price is only for a few days, so act quickly if you want a beautiful home below value, and on easy terms. Gee, Jo Sloeihair A 2334. 376 Wilcox Bldg. 1-28-3 ■ If You la?e $1000 or lore AND WANT TO MAKE A SUBSTAN TIAL NEW YEAR'S GIFT > CALL AND SEE The Beaintifml Homes JUST ERECTED ON OXFORD BOULEVARD, FIRST BLOCK NORTH OF TEMPLE. FCBNACED AND PIPED FOR GAS. INQUIRE at FIRST HOUSE or SEE BEACON LUMBER CO. 406 SEVERANCE BUILDING, SIXTH AND MAIN SIS. 12-2!-tf Bungalows Rent-paying terms. Some finished, some under construction, or we 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 BLDO. . PHONE A2OOO. • l-20-«f 10-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE On lot 70x186 to alley, completely fur nished; separate entrances; good streets, convenient to cars; 7 rooms pay (40 » month, making over 9 per cent on ths purchase price. This Is an exceptional bargain and good Investment. C. WINSLOW REALTY CO. 4500 Central aye. Phone South 82. Frl-Sat-Sun-tt FOR SALE—MODERN B-ROOM COTTAGE, 8201 Emmet street. Boyle Heights; gas, electric lights, bath and toilet; electrlo line runs past property; $2600; terms 1100 down and $15 per month. J. A. POTEET Anaheim, Cal. l-H-lrao FOR SALE ./ Beutiful Home, 9 Rooms Two-story, stone mantel, all modern, ce ment drive, large lot; terms. $7700 BANGS & BIGELOW 430' SOUTH HILL ST. 1-29-2 FOR SALE-EQUITY IN THREE-ROOM house with attic; lot 40x166; south front; block from car line: fruit trees, flowers, chicken yard, sewer, sidewalk; »IIXIO, JSOO cash, balance $15, Including Interest. 671 E. 49th. See OWNER, 1350 San Julian. Broadway 4337. - *| - REDLANDS. A cozy home in a good neighborhood, will sell cheap and take unimproved lot In Los Angeles as part payment. Address R. W. TEEI'LE, 811 W. 43d place, Los Angeles^ 1--9-3 FOR SALE—SOMETHING RARE—COR ner lot 101x130, 2 modern cottages, pay- Ing «2S per month; 14000 takes all, with small outlay; buyer can realize 11 to 14 per cent Call or write JAMES INVER ARITY, room 27. 1115 Wall street. 1-27-3 FOR SALE—I WISH TO SELL MY SlX room modern home, close to school and two car lines. Sea me at house, 1711 Scott avenue, or see J. C. RILEY, cor ner Echo Park and Sunset boulevard. Phone Temple 952. I-- 7- 3 FOR SALE—NEW BUNGALOW, BEAUTI fuIIy situated, southwest; 6-room, large lot Come and see me and make offer; must sell «t once. E. M. WITT, room 4, 244 JS S. Broadway. FSB9S. 1-27-8 ■FOB SALE House* FOR SALE— j C NOTICE. WHY PAY RENT When I 'will sell you a new. modern 4, 5 or 6-Room Cottage ready to move into On Installments Or will build any sized house wanted in my Pleasant View Terrace Tract High, sightly, beautiful, close-in, only 20 minutes' ride inside city limit*. COMB and talk it over with J. FRANK BOWEN OWNER AND BUILDER, 440 Douglas Bldg. 1--3-1 ~ ~ Positive Closing . Out Sale of those beautiful cottages on East Sixth St., Boyle Height*. Everyday i 1 to 4 p. m. Take Stephenson and Indiana, cars l-29-2t FLORENCE—FOX SALE—LARGE SIX 6 room bungalow; lot 50x172; alley; $1400; $75 down, $10 month. Take Watts car to Florence aye. T. FOXALL, phone South 6610. - ______i_ TO HOME3EEKERS AND BUILDERS— For sale by owner, lots and blocks in best part of southwest. Fair prices and lib eral terms. THOMPSON. Sunset Main 1728; West 8077; West 1452. 1-25-7 FLORENCE—FOR 4-ROOM BUN- Kalow lot 40x136, $850; 525 down. $10 month. Take Watts car to Florence aye T. FOXALL. phone South 5510. 1-29-3 City Lots and La <ds OCCIDENTAL (10 lot* *old yesterday.) COLLEGE (Come In and «elect yours while they last. Easy terms.) TRACT NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO., 401 Central ■ Bldg. y<Bo9. Broadway S34J. ■>!■-•,-'. i-gg-St FOR SALE— , CITY LOTS. Two lots on 46th St., between Flgueroa and Hoover; north front; $1000 each, cash. On* lot on N. Hobart boulevard, % block south of Colegrove car line; east front; 60x150; $750 cash. I J. D. COCHRAN. Downey, Cal. MANHATTAN BEACH , Fine corner lot, 75x125, Carnation Villa tract; snap for cash. J. D. COCHRAN, Downey, Cal. 1-2S-3 Suburban Property Highland Park— RIGHT NEAR THE NEW OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE SITE. WE HAVE SOME CHOICE LOTS ON WHICH WE WILL BUILD MODERN 5-ROO.M COTTAGES COMPLETE FOR $100 DOWN AND $20 A MONTH. LET US SHOW YOU. HIGHLAND PARK INVEST MENT CO. 910 CENTRAL BLDG. Phone F3779. 1-27-3 SOUTH PASADENA PROPERTY MY SPE cialty. See HARTER. 308 Byrne Bids. A2llO, Broadway 2036. 1-23-lm SOUTH PASADENA PROPERTY MY SPE clalty. See HARTER, 308 Byrne Bldg. H2110; Broadway 2036. 1-23-lm Suburban Property—Florence FOR SALE— 3 Lots and 5-Room Cottage At FLORENCE. Price $2500. May take city to $1500. ERIKSON & CO. 105 W. Sixth St. Ground Floor. Phone F2374. ■ii l-23-2t Income Property FOR SALE — Income Property and Stores All rented, with fixtures complete, for 2 restaurants, also grocery fixtures. This Is a snap for somebody. Paying 10 per cent on Investment. With a 10-cent car fare to the harbor this will be good prop erty. Call in and let us tell you about It. BANGS & BIGELOW 430 S. Hill St. 1-57-4 Piano* " BUY A SAMPLE! PIANO at the wholesale house at about one-halt ' price. A largo 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 pries. It's worth your whll*. S. A. Brown <& Co. 444 South Broadway. - 1-1-tt A BARGAIN —TO ACQUAINT PEOPLE with my new location, I will sell any new $400.00 Keller & Sons Piano for $250.00. Terms to suit you. Pianos to rent, $3.00 per mo. up. H. O. BROOKS PIANO STORE, 714 6. Broadway, Home F6767. Main 8105, l-28-7t PIANOS AT $2.60 AND 83 PER MONTH;' square pianos of standard makes. la excel lent condition. Will sell on the above small payments. GEO. J. BIRKEL CO., 145-847 8. Spring at 10-28-U JTOR BALK— UPRIGHT PIANO IN FINE condition; only $100 for Immediate sal*. Call for inspection 413 W. FIFTH ST. »- - , 4-11-tf Hotels and Lodging Hornet FOR SALE—NICELY FURNISHED AND located 12 Room House $550 ERIKSON & CO. 106 W. Sixth st. Ground floor. F2.174 1-19-3 Furniture BXPARATB LOCKED IRON ROOMS $;.»» per month; trunk* box**. *to., Ito to 10*. Phone for our lar«e van wn*n you mot» II 11 per hour. COLTEAR WAREHOUSE CO.. <11-17-l> San Pedro *t Main offloe. »»• 11 • Mala st Pnon. Main 1117; »•«»;, ' ' ■ ■. ■ -. ,_ FOR SALE Country Property LAND AT~LE GRAND EASTERN MERCED COUNTY. ON MAIN LINE OF SANTA FE R. R. 620-acre combination ranch. Deep, rich, sediment soil. Level. Plenty of good wa ter. First claps Improvements, Including 6 room house, large stone barn, granary with stone foundation, 2 wells and tank house, water piped to house and yard; implement ched, blacksmith shop, 3-acre family or chard, oranges, lemons, peaches, etc. All In grain. Fenced and cross-fenced. This j Is considered one of the best grain and \ dairy ranches In this section. Price low enough to be interesting to any one. Will bear closest Investigation. CLINT B7GAIN CO. i 210 CENTRAL BLDG., SIXTH AND MAIN STS. 1-23-tf j FOR SALE— 160 ACRES On& mile north of La 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 comes due. GEORGE J. SHOENHAIR Phone A 2334. . 176 Wilcox Bldg. 1-25-tf 160 ACRES Of very choice land located west of Por tervllle, In Tulare county, and is suitable for alfalfa, water being only 14 to 20 feet to lift for Irrigation. Price $55 per acre, with only a $2000 down payment, and the balance on or before 6 years at 6 per cent. This Is a very good bargain and you can get $5 back for every dollar invested be fore the debt comes due. Don't miss this If you want a choice 160 acres, as I mean what I say. GEORGE J. SHOENHAIR 376 Wilcox Bldg. Phone A 2334. 1-25-tf APPLES, PEARS, ALFALFA Are the most staple products the farmer can raise. We can sell you land which will raise all throe to perfection at $23 per •ere. ARTESIAN WATEB. Three hours' ride from Los Angeles. Better Investigate this right away. This Is an exceptional opportunity. GILLETT & RUESS 1103 Union Trust Bids;., 4th and Spring sta. 1-25-5 FOR SALE— Two-Acre Ranch, San Gabriel Modern house, new, 5 rooms, 2-story, bath, collar. 7 chicken houses, water piped all over place, horse, 2 harness, buggy, wagon, all tools, 125 chickens, fruit trees; a gentleman's country home. $3500. Cash $1500. balance 6 per cent. BANGS & BIGELOW 430 SOUTH HILL. 1-29-2 BEAUMONT Planted Apple Orchards 5 ACRES *1125; EASY TERMS BEAUMONT LAND & WATER CO.. alii Central Bid*., Sixth and Main. 1-27-tf Government Land* Central Oregon Irrigated land in a beautiful valley on two new lines of railroad; rich soil, dry climate; now $22 per acre. Abundance of water at no further cost. PENDEGAST & CO., 107 S. Broadway. 1-28-3 Orange Lands FOR SALE-CHICKEN RANCH, FOUR-ROOM modern house, eleven chicken houses, good barn, water piped to all runs, all fenced and Is ready for business; place Is new; never been occupied. Price $2150; terms $650 cash, balance to suit. P. A. BUELOW, 349 Wilcox bldg. Main 6913. A 8228. 1-27-3 Miscellaneous FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE— GOOD, large guitar, two books, instructive, for a good wood or coal stove. Address BOX 163, HERALD. 1-28-8 FOR SALE— SNAP; 3-CHAIR BARBER shop out of city; other business. Address G. M., care Herald. . 1-28-8 HORSE, NEW HARNESS, NEW WAGON. for SIS". 950 E PICO. 1-29-3 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN Unlimited urns at 6 per cent No com mission. Building loans, any amount, at 7 per cent. COLLINS & MILLER, 606-7 Broadway Cen tral Bldg. F5909. !-»-«» 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 as you wish. All our parties wish Is the interest. WAYBRIGHT-BUTLER CO., 623-9 Se curity Bldg. F5817; BMway. 2462. 3-29-tf MONKS TO LOAN . 260,000 to loan on real estate, city or coun try, i to 7 per cent; amounts to suit. MOY- I EH & GILBERT, 612 Frost bldg. Home •phone ABS27; Main 6474. 10-3-tf MONEY TO LOAN—ANY AMOUNT FROM $100 up; city or country; current rates. RAMEY BROS.. 627 Security Bldg. F2121. Main 8356. 12-11-tl ! R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDO., j will loan you what you need on real estate, I stock* and bonds. Building loans a special | ty. 5-9-tf ' ROBERT WESTWATBR 4 SON. Real estate Investments, or homes. Build era and contractors. Room 810 Frost building. Phone Main 6115. 11-21-tf TO LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE: NO RED tape; without security; confidential. WEST COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Hena. bldg. 10-4-tf SALARY LOANS. LOWEST RATES. CON fldential. 611 O. T. JOHNSON BLDO.. Fourth and Broadway. ' 11-t-tt NURSES _, MASSEUR OR NURSE (STUDENT OF jitED ) Well educated, thoroughly experi enced In Masso-Hydro and Electrotherapy (European methods) desire engagement; mental case; private or Institution. Ad rtresa BOX 158. Herald office. 1-29-3 V^. IATHI SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE. MANICURING, chiropodist*, baths. JEAN LUNN and ELSIE OHOSUN, 620 S. Broadway. 12-3-tf MIES LEWIS, 826*. 8. BROADWA7. SUITB 8; baths and alcohol ruoc; «.ectrlcal treatment and magnetic; hour* 10 to 10. U-3-U OIL AND ALCOHOL RUBS. BOOM 8, 067* BOUTH HILL. 12-*-tl SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Y. IS/Lm C iV. SCHOOLS Commercial, College Preparatory Grammar Grades, Automobile. Evening Courses in Accountancy, Law, Salesmanship, Engineering, Surveying, Drafting, Mining, Assaying, Chemistry, Show Card Writing, Stenography, Public Speaking, Spanish, etc. | Largest Men's School on the Pacific Coast ' 721 South Hope St. Los Angeles [ 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 83144 J - Sunset West «34s 1 &BUSiME3S(PU£tt 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, writ, or phon*. F6700; Main 511. I. N. INSKEEP, manager. 614 South Grand ava. F2&SART AND DESIGN Inc. Day and evening classes, students tie- ■ gin any time. Special, in Illustrating— plete art education, or any branch. L. IS. G. MACLEOD. Dlr. WANTED—STUDENTS TO STUDY SPAN ish; half price for class starting February 1 (25 cents). Call at once. NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF TYPEWRITING, 610 Cham ber of Commerce. • 1-23-10 T. If. C. A.—DAY AND EVENING CUM •aerclal, technical, automobile, college pre paratory and grammar >chools now open. 10-1-tf LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE. 411 W. Fifth st. E. R. BHRADER. Ph. D.. president since 1890. 10-27-tt TYPEWRITERS ALL HAKES OF REBUILT TYPEWRITERS. Bee our bargains. Best rentals In city, $1.60 to $3 a month. LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. AE9U. 138 B. Broadway Main 8951 9-13-tf TYPEWRITERS' BOUGHT AND RENTED. All makes guaranteed; repairing. BAKEK- ; lIOEY CO. (Inc.) 214 Vi So. Broadway. Main 46911 A 4070. "_ 10-31-" NOTARIES E. M. WITT, NOTARY PUBLIC. PENSION papers, deeds, collections and wills nego tiated. Room 4. 244 S. Broadway. 1-21-tf LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR court of the state OF CALIFORNIA, in and for the COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES.— the matter of the application of the Overholtzer-Mllls company for change of name: Order. It appearing that a petition duly signed by a majority of the board of directors of the Overholtzer-Mllls company, of the city of Los Angeles, state of California, has been filed with the clerk of said county of Los Angeles, asking that a change of name of said corporation to the K. E. Overholtzer Sons company, It is hereby ordered and dl rected that all persons interested in said matter of change of name appear before the superior court of tho state of California on the 4th day of February, 1910, at 10 a. m. In department 8 of said superior court to- show cause why the' application for change of name should not be granted; It Is further ordered that a copy of this order to show . cause be published for four successive weeks In the Los Angeles Herald, a newspaper of general circulation printed In the county of j Los Angeles prior to the date of said hearing. CURTIS D. WILBUR, Judge. FRANK W. HOVEY, Attorney for Petitioner, 406 Mason Bids- l-8-16-22-29-4t NOTICE OF MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Wright & Callender Building company will be held at the office of the company, 403 South Hill street, In the city of Los Angeles, California, on Tuesday, February 8, 1910, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before tho meeting. HARRY R. CALLENDER. President Los Angeles. Cal.. Jan. 25. 1910. m l-25-10t ex su NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lyon-McKinney-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 en suing year and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before such meeting. J. O. SMITH, Secretary. Dated Jan 20, 1910. 1-20-10 RAILWAY TIME TABLE SANTA FE %a} 9 \ I ■ *T ■■■ Leave | I Arrive ~ I 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 7:06 am Kansas City Kite Shaped—Going via 8:30 am Pasadena. Return via | 6:80 pm Santa Ana canyon 7:35 am ~ ' 10:00 am 8:30 am Redland* via Pasadena 1:00 pm 2:00 pm 6:40 pm 4:30 pm I I 7:40 pm 740 am I Redlaods via Orange I 10:35 am 10:65 am | I 6:30 pm ' j ~~ I 1:00 pm 7:35 am [ Riverside via Pasadena [ 6:40 pm 7:3u am 7:06 pm IC:M am Riverside via Orange 10:36 am 6:05 pm 6:80 pro 7:30 am I —— 7:06 am 10:53 am Corona via Oranc* 10:36 am 6:05 pm 6:30 pm 7:30 am 7:06 am 10:55 am San Bernardino via Orange 10:86 am 6:05 pm 6:30 pm 7:35 am I 8:30 am 8:30 am i 10:00 am 10:00 am San Bernardino via Pasa- 4:00 pm 1:00 pm " dena 6:40 pm 4:30 pm / 6:00 pm 6:45 pm 8:00 pm 7:40 pm 8:56 am 6:65 am 2:15 pm Saat*, An* 8:25 am 6:05 pm 1:00 pm 11:66 pm '__ 6:15 pm 7:30 am 6:65 am 8:65 am 7:06 am 10:66 am Fullerton, Anaheim, 8:25 am 2:15 pm -. Oranc* 10:36 am 6:«5 pm 1:00 pm 11:65 pm | I 1:30 pm 7:35 am San Jaclnto. Elslnore, He- 10:35 am 10:65 am met and Murletf 6:30 pm 10:25 am Redondo | 4:20 pm 2:16 pm Escondldo 1:00 pm 8:65 am Fallbrook 8:15 pm 8:66 am Ban Diego anil ■ • 66 am 2:16 pm Coronado Beach 1:00 pm 11:65 pm Surf Line 6:16 pm 7:80 am Randsburg 7:08 am 8:00 pm I Searchlight «nd Chloride I 77* am 8:00 pm B*atty, Hhyollt*. Ooldneld IUM am •nd Tonopan I SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES *A 953-957 W. 7th St. fjaiMey V53"V57 \j. 7th. ot. .; Enrollments Dally. New Catalogue. Both phones. I". Brownsberger, Pre«. sth Floor Hamburger Bldg., Los Angeles. German, English Shorthand by experienced teacher. Terms moderate 280 W. 21st st. Phone South 6481. BROWNSBERGER COMMERCIAL ' COL lege, >58-7 W. 7TH. Send for catalogue. 10-»-tt PROPOSALS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF 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, turnpiklng , and oiling of four (4) miles 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 damages 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 fly* (5) after the award has been made Ato them, said contract and bonds to be ap proved by the chairman of the board of super visors of San Mateo county, California. Plans and specifications on file for said work In the office of the county clerk, Jos. H. Nash, Redwood City. P. H. McEVOT, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. l-H-30t PATENT PROTECTION '">: EXPENSE AND ATTORNEY FEE CUT ONE) half. No patent, no pay. WELLS, 245 P. E. bld«. i H-14-tf RAILWAY TIME TABLE _______ i SOUTHERN PACIFIC From Arcade station. Fifth and Central ava, Leave| | Arrive B:ooaiSan Francisco via Coast Line. | B:3ua l:l6a| San Luis Oblspo, Paso nobles. 2:3 Dp 2:Bsp|Del Monte, Monterey, ' Santa 9:30» 7:3op| Cruz. San Jose and east 11:45p | San Francisco and Mojava i 6:00p Sacramento, Oakland, via 7:05 a f >:30p Bakergficld and Fresno 8:00 a 7:50 a i Fresno 7: Ota *:00p Bakersfleld 8:00 a »:80p and Mojave 8:00p (Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis.l 1 ■ »:46p Golden State Limited | >:63p 3:00p The Callfornlan, via | 7;13u | Tnma, Benson. El Paso | ' ■/. Overland—New Orleans via | 12:0 Ip Tumi, Benson, Marlcopa, Tuc- l:J0» son, El Paso, San Antonio,! Houston I 12:01p Tuma, Tucson, Benson, I 11:30 a 8:00p Lordsburg, Demlng, J 7:lSa 8:15p • El Paso ' ■ < j l:80p «:4Eal . ~ | 8:80 a *:00a • jll:»0a 8:lSa Santa Barbara j I:80r lM5p and j 7:35 d 2:3Sp Ventrra ■ • 9:80» 7:80p ('Not Ventura). ■ ll:4Sp B:lSa| Oxnard, Santa Susans. * 8:30 a 2:35p| Moorpark, ■• 11:50 a l:80p • Somls, 2:80p 1 Camarlllo. • 7:35p 1 (*Oxnard only). ll:4ta | Santa Paula via Saucus, j «:4Sa Camulos, Piru, FUlmore. 111:50 a 1:45p Satlcoy, Montalvo, Carpln- j 7:35p terla. Bummerlaad ■ B:l6a| Nordhoft I 2:jo» ±jttP\ I 7:86p 7:45 a »8:»0a B:ssa| Pomona *7:l(a 12:01p Colton | 7:16n 8:00p Riverside, Redlands and | 0:35 a 4:00p San Bernardino 111:36* 6:46p 'Not Riverside. Red- | l:30p •6: Up lands or San Bernardino I 6-23j> I 7:10p 8:55 a! Covina |U:35» «:45pj I 7:10P 7:4Sa| Chlno - I S:3Sa 4:oop| I i:li» ISanta Ana, Anaheim, Downey, l B:Ssa| Norwalk, :} I 8:30 a ll:15a| | 2:ltp l:00pa* Buena Park. West a* 8:00p «:10p Anaheim, West Orange. j 4:SOb" •Downey only j - - B:ssa| Newport Beach, ( 4:o0p B:6sa|a Los Alamitos a| 4:50p >:45a| Brawley, Imperial I «:30a B:l5pJ El Centro, Calexloo | »:58p >:05a| San Fedro-Compton * |ll:l5a 3:3 op* 'Via Long Beach |«.Jsp % : osa|* Long Beach-Compton 111:46 a »:30p| »Vla San Pedro » 8:38p >:06a| Santa Catalina Island I B:isp 6:45a[ ' I 7:OSa l:soa| Fernando #| 8:40 a l:46p| — |ll:5«a 6:oop| 'Motor | 7:J»P »:»OPI I *•»*' B:3oa|a chatsworth Park. (See a) 3:»»» note). (NoteTo and froml River station only). I • All trains dally except those marked as follows: "a" Sundays excepted; -V Sundays only. ' i ' = _________. ■ . SALT LAKE ROUTE . ,:- 1 All trains dally except as noted. ■ *~ Leavel First "street Station. |Arrive 8 *85a San Bernardino, 8:86 a H-OOa Colton , , , ' 10:41 a 2:40p Riverside, l:2Sp (:14c Ontario and ■ 4:21p 4 ■■' Pomona * '■'•'■' 6:51p _____ ' • 3il»» t:toa Long Beach and 11:10 a l:!0ps Ban Pedro 7:0«p 4:40p * *■**» ~»:»0a| Santa Catalina i Island I 7:0»p 1:16 a! ■' Pasadena , . I I'll"' I ;oop| Pasadena ■ I »■»♦» | •Dally except Sunday. , •Sunday only. I Utah-California i special. I Salt Lake. Butt*. Denver, ■ 110:0e» - and Chicago. . I 15