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AND ASK FOR CLASSIFIED MANAGER
SPECIAL RATES
Want lids. 1c a word each Insertion.
Rooms for rent, 3 lines, H times.
Rooms with honril. I lines, 3 times,
25 CENTS
HELP WANTEIJ—MaIe anil ft»mak, 3
line-, 8 times,
25 CENTS
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Help—Mais
.WANTED-
Hoy* to carry Herald routes In Foyi* Heltnts
an.l east of Cential aye. Be« CIRCULA
TION MANAGER. >•'"«
No EXPE.N'SK TO t,EARN~ELI I KICITT,
plumbing, bricklaying, automoblllnß on
contract Join In few months' time No ap
prcntlreahlp or helpers' work. Catalogue
free UNITED TRADKH SCHOOL CON
THAI'I IN. CO., ill Allso St.. Los Ange
les. "->■"
CIOAR SALESMEN WANTED—
enca unnecessary; sell our brands to tha re
tall trade; bin pay; wrlm for full particulars
at once. GLOBE CIGAR CO., Cleveland, O.
2-JJ-IOOt
WANTED— TO DO OFFICE WORK IN
exchange for commercial course; small
alary. NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF TYPE
WRITING. 610 Chamber of Commerce.
8-a-tt
COLLEGE ami NORMAL GRADUATES TO
register for poaltlnns In Arizona, Nevada
and California. HOYNTON TEACHERS'
AGENCY, 125 Stlmson block. 2-20-lmo
Help Female
WANTEtT-YOIINO LADY TO DO OFFICE
work In exchange for Spanish and short
hand Instruction; small salary, NATION
AL SCHOOLS OF TYPEWRITING, 610
Chamber of Commerce. 3 t-tl
LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STEADY
or evenings; can stamp transfer, J1.60
do*, upward; original, rellablu firm. Room
•it MASON BLDG.. Itl W. Fourth.
, l-11-U
WANTED--YOUNG LADY TO STUDY
shorthand and bookkeeping; can pay when
wo rind you a position. NATIONAL
SCHOOL OF TYPEWRITING. lit Cham
ber of Commerce. 3-3-tl
WANTED — SEVEN LADIES QUICK—
Beauty culture pays big. Learn right.
FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSINO COL
LEGE, corner Broad»ay. Entrance 111
Mercantile place. l-2tf
WANI ED CWO I Ai'ii;. FOR I ITT AND
two to travel, wishing |25 weekly. Call to
day," room Si' 7, PORTSMOUTH HOTEL, Blfi'4
S. Broadway.; hour* l to * p. m. 3-U-a
WANTED— TO DO PIECE WORK
at home emperlenc* unnecepi-ary; hours IS
to 4 . 465 S. BROADWAY, room 33. 3-10-7
Help—Male and Female
WANTED— MEN <ND WOMEN TO LEARN
to* barber tfrle; guaranteed In eight
weeks. Cati/Kue free. MOHLER BAH
BER COLLSOE, IMB. Second »t. 7-1-tf
Money
WANTED AT: 7 I'KU CENT "~N KT\
nccured by first inorlgag>>. AMI'S, 111 IJ
matlona) Hk. bids. ASKS; Main W73.
t-13-3
To Purchase— Miscellaneous
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEA i' 11 lilt
beds. IK SAN PEDRO ST. phones
K8041: Main 110«. H-17-tf
IFi.ATHER BEOS—PAY 15 TO |X> EACH.
Address J. RYAN. 630 ~-n Podro st. U-l-tl
Situations—Mare
RANCH HAND, 8 TEARS* EXPERIENCE
on all kinds citrus work, wnnts altual
i ip»rl on lemon and orange cultivation.
DITNBMORE. R. F. D. No, l. Pasadena.
Sunset IN; Home 1616. 3-12-3
SITUATION WANTED HV COMPETENT
carpenter foreman; high cli resldcnco wort
my specialty;ll can cave you mnnpy; best
of. reieraoci Writs or illume CLABKRfS,
iX Brent or Temple 1«18. 3-13-3
YOUNG MAN, AGE It, HONEST AND RB
llahle, wants position as assistant book
keeper or >oma kind of secretary work.
BOX 126, Herald. ' 3-11-4
WANTED — PRACTICAL TINTER WILL
tint rooms and furnish all materials re
quired tor *L"5 a room. JOHN STANG,
TiS Morthant at. ;; ii .■
WANTED—POSITION BY A YOUNG MAN
an salesman on road or In store in any
line of business. BOX lit, Herald.
3-11-4
WANTED—WORK UY EXPERIENCED .TAN
' llor. Call up MAIN MW; A4BS4. 3-13-3
Situations —Femala
WANTED—WASHING BT THE! DAT OR
hour. Will take washing at home or go out
and wash; or will.di light housecleanlng.
Call at IU Concord lit., MRS. JOHNSON.
1-9-tf
WANTE 1>- SITUATION ii PLAIN "COOK
by reliable middle aged woman; ranch or
camp; In writing give particulars. Address
K. S.i 0&5 Court Circle. •' 3-13-3
WANTED— L NURSING; CON
rlnement cases preferred; |I.M day, and
night board, MRS. B. DEAN, 223 H. Aye.
11, city. 3-10-7
GERMAN WOMAN WANTS CHAMBER
work or restaurant work. Call at f»»>
HARVARD ST.. rear. 3-11-g
Situations —Mala and Female
WANTED—WORK IN PRIVATE HOUSE,
130 month, room and board, while attend
ing school; school hours from 2 to 5 p. m.
p. O. BOX I*l. City. 3-IT-tt
To Purchase—Real Estate
WANTED TO buy a RANCH, ORANGF, or
alfalfa. V. M. TAYLOR, MM K. Vint at.
j 3-IS-tf
Rooms
WANTED— ONE UNFURNISHED ROOM ON,
■round floor If. possible; no morn than l"0 a
month Address W. F. MILLER. CM Town«
aye., Los Angeles. •l''l 3
SANITARIUMS J
iiik WOMAN'S HosriTAl.
Exclusively for women and children. Best
• equipped an.l homelike hospital in the
• city for confinement cases. Terms to suit.
. -'1315' South Flower. FUJI. 313 tf
FOR RENT
Apartments—Furnished and Una
furnished
MODERN HOUSEKEEPING
APARTMENTS
I I RMSIIKT) I"OK RENT
BIS 1028 W. Fit I st. DENVER
$16—1117 W. First si (.ol.Kl'A
15—-11.1.1 W. First st MICHIOAN
-1137 W. First st LUCERNE
sin— ll4l W. First st ST. LOUIS
$14—201 N. Fremont, aye GENEVA
*17—119 N. Fremont, aye HELVETIA
$14— N. Fremont am- RAMON A
$17 — 223 N. Fremont aye OAVIOTA
$12—911 T)lainond st PORTLAND
#■:» — 1128 Mignonette st OAKLAND
$1«— 113 W. Fourth si HJCATTLK
$12 — ISI B. Flgueroa. Xt TAIT
$111334 H. Flgueron (.t . . ROOHKVF.I.T
$12 —160 N. Meaudry aye C'IIM!A..O
$10-1020 Colton st FLORENCE
(||—loo.l E. Ninth st HOSTON
$11—1010 E. Ninth st. NEW YORK
gin—h;m Crocker st PITTS!.! I!.*.'
gii_7i : ceres nvo ALUAMHHA
$35_()44 Francisco st MABKNGO
aim— ll.l4 w Seventh st I'AIIK
OWNED AMI OrKHATKK HV
T. WIEBENDANOER,
Room 311. 307 S. Broadway. A 3043; Main
2043. Branch office, 1017 W. First st.
The St. Regis
2 and 3-room furnished housekeeping; al«->
single rooms. 237 BOUTH FLOWER.
Main 2290; A 7336; 5 minutes to business
center. Moderate prices. 2-32-lmo
Rooms —Furnished
GIRARD HOUSE
115 EAST THIRD st.
All outside rooms; central location; eleva
tor servlco; steam heat; 60 rooms , with
private bath; rent $15 per month.
TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rnonis. sawing machine. Tel., gar, and bath;
$I*. Tel. Main _ ■■ 17 JijB'*
Houses—Furnished
OLENDALE-FOR RENT-443 FRANKLIN
court, cottage, 4 furnished rooms; suitable
for a family of two or three persons; «
months or longer. Inquire on premises.
3-12-3
FOR RENT—9-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE.
Innulrs 190 K. ELEVENTH ST. Bee owner,
3-1.--3
Houses — Unfurnished
BITNrt AU'IW FOiTtWO- 11 Kill :.\.\H PARK.
«'o7.y . attage, quiet, sl ad) hlllnlde; half
block from red cur, 2'i blocks from yellow;
bath, electricity, complete little house; $13,
Phonn 39209. Owner, 141 1.. Aye. 64 3 13-3
FOR KENT-DESIRABLK I ROOM COT
tage, 11, .it yard, near Orlffln aye. and I'ana
d'-na car line. Inquire, 13* AYE. 32. Phone
East 1177. t-a-i
FOR RENT—4-ROOM COTTAOE; (IAH,
bath, chicken corral; 111. CONAWAY, 60T
rant Building. 3-12-6
-
Store Reams
FOR RENT-WELL LOCATEd CONVE
NIENT AND NEW STORE ROOM, WITH
LIVING ROOMS IN REAR. 222 W. JEF
FERSON BT; $16.60 MONTH. WILL GIVE
LEABI ___ 3-13-3
Offices
FOR RENT- Mi: FRONT OF
flees on Broadway; large windows and
advertising space; also smaller offices. In
quire room 4. 24414 B. BROADWAY.
1-37-tt
PHYSICIANS
WANTED — CONFINEMENTS. SURGICAL
and medical cases at the WOMEN'S SANI
TARIUM AND MATERNITY HOME, 114S
B. FIGUEROA ST. SUNNY OUTBIDK
ROOMS) UNEXCELLED NURSING AND
REASONABLE CHARGES. COURTESY
TO PHYSICIANS. Phone Home I-'3.:7.
2-6-12.n0
DR. C. C. PRICE. 145 BOUTH BROADWAt,
I'hyslcian for Women.
TIIK DOCTOR'S ADVICE IS FREE.
EVKRY LADY MAY CONSULT HIM IN
ABSOLUTE CONFIDENCE.
Hi*. 10-4, <-!; Sun. 10-12. Phone Bdway
4304. 404 Frust Bldg., at Second and Broad
way. . l-6-12mo
DR. CROCKER.
Bpeciai;st for Women.
Hamburger's Majestic Theater Building.
Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4.
CONSULT ITitEK.
i:-:s-um
WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Obstetrics, surk'lcal and medical cases. Terms
reasonable. 1245 South Flower. F4134. 3-13 tf
DR. INEZ BECKER, 70S SO. SPRING Sl'.
Obstetrics. Hours 11 to 4. Room m.
10-11-tt
DR. PRITCHARD, TtECTAU FEMALE AMD
enroulu dliuMl. li 1. a GKOSStC BLD.
ii-n-tt
lilt TAYLOR. m 7'i S. MAIN ST. DIB
-eases of women. ' .1 Imo
BUSINESS INVESTMENTS
Nil BETTER BUT FOR STORES. APART
ments or hotel, only $400 a foot. That
grand corner W." Seventh and Golden St.,
near Hixel street, worth s',> today: a
fortune in five years. A 2013; Main 2043.
3-10-20
FOR HALE— ii.i ESTABLISHED BUS-
Iness; JISOO Income If handled right: no
experience required; only $400 cash.
PHONE Smith MM 3-14-15-16-3
CORNER W. SEVENTH AND GOLDEN,
near Blxel at $100 a foot. MAIN 2043;
A.043. 1-10-20
TYPEWRITERS
ALL~Ma"k i:s hi REBUILT TYPEWRIT
its. Sett our bargains. Best rentals in city,
$1.00 to (3 a month.
LOB ANGELES TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE.
A 6913. 128 S. Broadway. Main 3933.
9-13-tf
TYPEWRITER* HOU..HT AND RENTED.
All makes guaranteed; repairing. IIAKF.R
-lIOI'.Y <'<>. (Ini'.) SJ-l'/i -»«■ Broadway,
Main 40111: A 40.0. 10-31-tf
CESSPOOLS _^
CESSPOOLS
CLEANED OUT.
All work done satisfactorily to Inspector.
T. A. SANITARY CO..
Phone 6914«. Temple «91.
10-l>*tf
CESSPOOLS CLEANED OUT BY THE RED
Cross Sanitary company m one to two
loads; $3.50 per load; no other charges.
Phone 6!'004. , 10-7-tf
IMPERIAL CESSPOOL, PUMPING CO.—
take out largest load. West 6396; 23040.
i-10-tf
CHIROPODISTS
DR. HKVLAND, D. C, GRADUATE CHlRO
podlst. • Corns removed without pain or
soreness. Instant relief; no fear of septic
trouble. Ingrowing nails a specialty. Parlors
Hotel Milton, 639 Vi S. Broadway. F2437;
Broadway 9848. 13-80-3 mo
WATCHMAKERS
OSCAR N. BARNUM, WATCHMAKER AND
Jeweler— Give me a trial on your watch and
Jewelry repairs; low rent, low prices. 424
6 BROADWAY, room 200 Broadway Central
bid. 8-20-lmo
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-DIAMOND AND FEARL SUNBURST
between Pico and Van Nuys hotel. Notify
Boa 0, Herald. . 3--3-3
FOUND-A BUNCH OF KETB ON . SCARFF
si. Bee CIRCULATION MGR., Herald of
flee. , a-1-.-tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1010.
FOR SALE
House*
Barnard Investment Company
211 HTORY BLDO.
Corner Bth and Broadway. I'hone F3355.
room bungalow, new and modern; gaa,
electricity; well built; lot Rfixl.W.
Price $4r/l0; cash. MOO, balance jr. per mo.
• % mom bungalow, new «nd modern; chicken
corral an.l barn; lot 100x140.
Price ■ (X); cash, $1"", balance $:5 month.
" r, room bungalow; good location an i close
in. lot (,oxl2o.
Price 13200 ca-ph. $m
. r, room bungalow; lot 41J.1.W.
i . lion.
»-■ , *
room bungalow just completed; hardwood
floors.
I'rico $37t-i; rash, $2.'iO, balance Ilk') rent.
4 room California house; fruit trees, etc.;
this Is ■ snap; lot 60x1",2.
Price $Wio; cash, (100, balance $15 per mo.
«-room bungalow; all modern and new; gas,
el-»r-tr|Ht 1-. eti-
Price IWOO; cash. $3"'. balance like rent.
« room cottage; 3 bedroom!", mantel, etc.,
thicken yards; 10l 4'ixi::'; this Is a Rno.l buy.
Price $2200; cash, ?2"". balance $20 per mo,
3i13-14-2t
TOR MODERN I ROOM COTTAGE,
1201 Emmet street. Boyle Heights: gas,
electric lights, batli and toilet; electro
line runs past property; $3500; terms
$100 down and $15 per month.
J. A. POTEET,
Anaheim, Cal.
J-2-lmo
FOR BALE RENT OR RXCHANGK-9-ROOM
modern residence (furnished), on easy terms;
close in, near Main. Alxo residence near
i . iio Park, block to school, I cur lines, high
ground, pure air; price $2600; by owner;
sewing machines, all link". at cost.
A. .T. MoPOUOAL. MS So. Main. 3-12-3
FOR SALE-FINE HOME-CLOSE IN
l» i Mohawk si . Hollywood ears,
5 rooms, modern, fine corner lot.
$3000; (.Key terms; take lot as part.
Owner there, or phone M4M; Main 41"«.
3-13-3
A MODERN 8-ROOM HOUBH AT 128 NORTH
Vendome st . 1 block from Blmlnl Bath ear
line, for sale on eauy terms; Brsl class.
fall Home phone E3535, 01 call at the house
and (see for yourself. • 3-13-2
FOR~SA LE -CONTRACT, ON BUNGALOW
paying 74 per cent and payments of |36 per
month; will discount. want the money.
Addrews BOX 873, Herald. 3-13-3
FOR SALE—SEE OWNER FOR SACRIFICE
of modem B-room houee at Florence station,
on S. P.. 11150, cash or terms. SWAN, R. D.
3, Box 664, LOS Angeles. 8-13-3
FOR FINE HOUSES AT A MINIMUM
cost see 11. 11. SALVETER. 823 Central
bldg. »-3-»0
Business Property
BIG BAROAIBUSINESS CORNER
WEST SEVENTH AND GOLDEN STREET,
near Blxel street.
ONLY $400 A FOOT; WORTH $600.
THE BEST BUY OF ALL, FOR APART
MENTS. HOTEL. STORES.
T. WIESENDANOER, 807 S. Broadway,
room 311. Main SO 1.1; a:('43.
l-10-20t
IT WILL MAKE YOU A FORTUNE IF YOU
buy at $400 a foot that business corner W.
Seventh and Golden, near Blxel street,
worth $600 a foot today. A 2043; Main
,043. 3-10-20
FOR HALE-FINE BUPINEFM LOT ON COM
merclnl Si . only 200 feet from New MwnnlO
temple; east (rani; snap. Only $000, with
one-half cash.
BARGAIN IF YOU BUY THE CORNER OF
W. Seventh and Golden, near BUel. for
$400 a foot. A 2043; Main 2013. 10-20
City Lots and Land*
GRANADA PARK
One-third acre lots. $.00, Including street
work. Only fifteen minutes from First and
Main. High grade but reasonable restric
tions. Special discounts to home bulldera.
M. E. MILLER COMPANY
702 MERCHANTS TKUSV BLDQ.
1-5-tf
THAT ONE PURCHASE WILL MAKE YOU
a fortune. Corner nest Seventh and aold.
m street, near Blxel street, at 1400 a foot.
The best for stores, apartments, hotel.
AJO4B; Main 2043. 3-10-30
SNAP OF SNAPS— BUSINESS COR
near W. Seventh and Golden, near Blxel
street, at $100 a foot: worth $600 today;
a fortune In live years. A3O4S; Main 2043.
3-10-20
THE BEST INVESTMENT OF ALL. THAT
corner of W. Seventh and Golden, near
Blxel street, for $100 a foot. It will make
yon a fortune. A20_43; Main 3043.' 3-10-.0
Suburban Property
\y* Stacy,, rJ£
L Realty Co. M
(E3TABLI3HED 190-371
Baa Pedro oltlce «0S BasJOOBI both phones.
Lea Angel fa. nftlw-. ja.L.t^aaflimi. F2IIS.
• 10-lmo
FOR SAN PEDRO PROPERTY
See BARNARD INVESTMENT CO., 511
Story BUig., Sixth and Broadway. 3-9-tf
Suburban —Wilmington
FOR SALE— $BOOO—
Suburban business on line of raciflc Elec
tric R. R.; one acre alfalfa, two and one
half acres fruit trees, two-story brick build-
Ing, grocery and hardware, restaurant with
liquor license, 6-room house, delivery wagon;
business can be sold separately. Also 3 lota
(oxlso, on corner, house and Improvements;
steady rent; must be sold.
WILMINGTON BAY REALTY CO..
Canal St.
10-acre farm near Wilmington. 2-27-tf
Live Stock
fre^h~Shlk~goXtsT"
20 does and kids for sale ($1 each, Includ
ing kid), at Stone. Wall Stables, 343 New
High St., near new pontofflce. J. H. G.
0*13*3
FOR BALE-TEAM OF DRAFT HORSES,
weigh 2900; also good harness. 8454 BAN
PEDRO ST. ll'il 3
Furniture
SEPARATE LOCKED IRON ROOMS. $8.00
per month. Trunlts. boxes, etc, 25c to 60c.
Phone for our large van when you move.
$1.15 per hour.
C'OLYEAR WAREHOUSE) CO
t 415-17-19 San Pedro st. Main, office 509-11
S. Main st. Phone Main 1117; F3171.
■ 6"1-tf
Acreage
$lf,o BUYS YOU 10-AORE FARM IN FLOR
iris, and $300 In Alabama for 10 acres; easy
terms; good, productive land. B. SECUR
ITY REALTY CO., 501 S. Soto St. 3-13-3
FOR BALE
Country Property
FARMS
WE ARE HOME MAKERS. SELL TOU
ANT DESIRED QUANTITY OF ALFALFA
OR APPLE LAND AND TAKE i.ARE OF
IT FOR YOU, IF YOU WISH, UNTIL YOU
ARE READY TO TAKE CARE OF IT
YOURSELF. SMALL CASH AND MONTH
LY PAYMENTS.
SEE pS OR WRITE FOR PARTICULARS.
Clovcrdale Land & Farming Co.,
112 Merchants Trust ni<lir.. Los Angeles.
3-10-5
We Offer
A New Subdivision — Orange,
Alfalfa Land—Kings River
Thermal Tract
over mm acres sold in fo.:r weeks
TO ACTUAL SKTTLER>. THE BEST
LAND. THE BEST WATER. AMI I OR SIM
TO »«0 AN ACRE CHEAPER THAN ANY
OTHER SIMILAR -on AM) WATER
CONDITIONS EVJKR OFFERED. INVESTI
GATE. ILLUSTRATED HOOK WITH II 1.1,
DETAUUi ON KEQI'EST. CALL OR WRITE
M. E. MILLER CO. (Inc.)
701-2-3 MERCHANTS TRUST 81.1K..
J-13-3t
Improved Dairy and Alfalfa
Land Cheap!
f.?2'4 acres fine black sediment soil, on big
Irrigation ditch, with water rights, also 2
artesian wells; 400 acres In alfalfa; near
railroad and school. A money maker the
past twenty years; 9-room house, 6-room
house, hams and outbuildings; $85 per acre;
cheap nt $125: easy terms. Best bargain In
California today.
STACY REALTY CO.
631 S. Spring st. F2IIS. 3-10-7
MR. HOMESEEKER.
HERE IS WHAT TOU WANT.
HO ACRES, $4400.
IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY: FINE
ALFALFA, APPLE, PEAR LAND,
PLENTY OF ARTESIAN WATER
AT FROM 150 TO 600 FEET. SCHOOLS,
GRAND TRANSPORTATION FACILI
TIES AND FINE CLIMATE.
3 HOURS' RIDE FROM LOS ANGELES.
GILLETT & RUESS,
1103 Union Trust Bids;., Fourth and Spring.
3-9-10
YOU WANT THIS
In ACRES, I In FULL BEARING WAL
NUTS. 2 In VALENCIA ORANGES, and I'm"
FAMILY ORCHARD-all klndi of fine fruits
and berries. Them Is a STRICTLY MOD
ERN NEW 7-ROOM HOITBK on the property,
fine flowers, lawns, etc.; fine domestic well,
with gaa engine; flne barn, outbuildings, Im
lenient*, etc.; two FINK COWS go with
plaoe THIS PLACE MUST BE SEEN TO
BE APPRECIATED. If you are LOOKING
FOR A HOME, as well as an INVESTMENT,
Tins is WHAT YOU WANT. Price $10,000,
half cash,
OILLKTT * RUF.PS.
1 1103 Union Trust bldg., 4th end Spring sts.
3-13-3
Orange Land
Alfalfa Land
Level, with water. Price anil
term* right. tail or write for
new handsome, hmiklet.
M. E. MILLER CO. (Inc.)
*03 Merchants Trust Blrig.
3-12-14-l«-lt-4l
..". 80 ACRES
■ of fine level land; 6 room houre and barn;
price $2500.
ALSO
I*if* acre». 15 miles from R. R ; modern I
room house, good barn and outbuildings,
plenty or water: aprl" orchard of 300 trees;
If head of cuttle, team, farming Implements,
etc.; price only 94500; terms.
ERIKSON & CO.
105 W. Sixth at., ground floor. F2874.
3-12-3
Farm Lands— Good Lands
Any quantity, little cash, monthly pay
ments. We plant and cultivate if you
wish. Plenty of water.
Cloverdale Land & Farming Co.
3-»-«
- Beam mount
Where Cherries Grow.
F.ncellent cherry land, with water, 5 seres
up, $100 to $225 an acre; easy terms.
BEAUMONT LAND & WATER CO.,
316 Central Bldg., 6th and Main sts.
8-12-tf
Imperial Valley Acres
No droughts, cyclones, blizzards.
Marvelous crops grain, alfalfa, cotton.
Abundance of water. Good cheap land.
C us B4 I! buy, 313 Severance Bldg.
HAMMERS REALTY CO.
Phone Bdwy. 4564
3-9-23
Antelope Valley -For Sale
Come in or write and let us tell you about
the best land to buy in this or any other
state, location, quality and price consid
ered.
Antelope Valley Realty Co.
105 South Broadway, Los Angeles,
or Lancaster, Cat. l-tt-l
ALFALFA LAND ~~
I have four as good alfalfa ranches as there
are In California, 40 to 160 acres, Kings and
Tulare counties; 8000 acres unimproved.
G. C. ARMSTRONG
531 B. SRRING. 8-13 fi
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE— 144 ACRES
level fruit land, close to foothills, 4 miles
from railroad town. Price $3000.
Also I*so a.'res level alfalfa land, 3 miles
from railroad elding. 16 feet to surface
water, about 350 feet to artesian flowing
water. Price $4000. Call Saturday or Mon
day. F. A. HOLLENBECK, 711 Central aye.
Broadway won. »-»•«
FOR SALE-IMPROVED 10-ACRE RANCH
at. Westminster, ■ $300 an acre. 1-3 down;
payments to suit. Address J. H. COLE.
Sunset Beach, Cal. Home phone 153. 3-10-«
FOR PALE
Pianos
BARGAINS IN PLAYER PIANOS
Too many fine niw player pianos on hand
MllFt reduce, stock and raise cash. Do you
really warn a bargain? K»vera.l extra beau- j
tiful $"»50 new Bchaeffer miHhl^n pianos, with
art lamps; this week choice, $ano; mvy
li'ini* Splendid $4-",0 oak piano, exchanged, j
now $225. Many other bargain ;
VANSANT PIANO COMPANY.
•d floor. 720 K. Pr'.adTvay.
ELEVATOR CUTS I Hi: PRICE.
3-13 7t
PIANOS AT $2 SO~ AND $3 PER MONTH.
Square pianos of standard markes in ex
cellent condition. Will sell on the shove
small payments. OEO. J. BIRKEL CO.,
345-347 S. Spring st. 10-25-tf
FOR PALE—-UPRIGHT PIANO IN FINE
condition; only $100 for Immediate sale.
call for Inspection 413 W. FIFTH ST.
Miscellaneous
FOB BALE-COTTAGE AND STORE TO BE |
moved; lumber, $13 per M. Wo carry a com- /
plete nil" of new and second-hand lumber, ,
pipe, :,, -ii. doors ami hardware We buy I
old buildings. DIAMOND LUMBER * j
WRECKING CO.. "th and Central 3 13 3
SECOND-HAND PERFECTION "M.st,
guaranteed to be in flrpt clans condition, for
sale cheap. WESTERN HARDWARE &
ARMS ''(.'.. (34 S. Main H. Phono Bros<l ;
way 6062; Home FCO«2. 3-13-7
ron SALE
VI. tot phonograph, sixty records, box needleg
and cabinet for tala cheap. Call at JB7S Mo
neta aye. 3-12
FOR SALE A GOOD SEt.'OND HAND EN
glneer's transit; also "T" level. 122 W. 6th
St. 3-12-3
FOR BALE-SECOND-HAND DIF.BOLD
fireproof safe. ANDERSON, 212 N. Main st,
3-10-M
COMPLETE WIRELEBH TELEORAPHI out
is at cheap hi l;-', K. ELEVENTH BT. 3-13-3
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN, SECURED BT FIRST
and second mortgages on real estate, large
and email amounts, or payable monthly
Mortgages, trust deeds and contracts issued
for 'the pale of real estate bnupht.
NOURSE & CO., 202-204 !.. A Trust Bldi .
Second and Spring. Both phones. 3-12-lmo
MONEY H> LOAN
$50,000 to loan on real estate, city or coun
try, 5 to 7 per cent, amounts to suit.
MOVER A GILBERT, 3"-' H. W. Hellman
Bldg. Hume phone ABB-7; Main 5474.
10-.'-tf
PLENTY OF I AND 7 PER CENT, MONEY
as lung as yit want It on gilt edge se
curity. WAYBRIGHT-BUTLER CO..
(21-523 Bec»~ity Bldg. F1603; Bdwy. 2*63.
l-11-tl
MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE;
full loans and prompt appraisals. CLEVE
LAND * CLEVELAND. 435 11. W. Hell
man bl.jg. M. s'.i>«; AM.V. t-17-lmo
MONEY TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T.
Johnson BMg. a-11 if
R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDO.,
Will loan you what you need on real cs
late, stocks and bonds. Building .loans a
specialty. 6-« tf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, FURNl
ture, pianos and any klnJ of security; low
rates. JOHNSON. 333 H. W. Hellman
Bldg. a-H-lmo
TO SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Henna Bldg.
10-4-tf
SALARY LOANS-LOWEST RATES, CON
fldential. 611 O. T. JOHNSON BLDO..
Fourth and Broadway. . li-?-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST AND SECOND
mortgages. R. R. EMPLOYEES LOAN CO..
(01 Merchants Trust Bldg. f-lt-lmo
PRIVATE MONEY. « TO 7 PER CENT.
LOCKHART * SON. 101 H. W. Hellman
Bldg., A 7652. »-l"-
TO LOAN—MONEY. FRED O. WEEK, 300
H. W. Hellman Bldg. Bdwy. 4523; F1079.
__^ »-17-lmo
ATTORNEYS.AT.LAW
COST IN DIVORCE SUITS $12; MARRIACE
laws explained. Come and talk it over. Con
sultation free. Hours ■ to '■■ evenings, 7 to
I; Sundays, 11 to 12. 5-5 Bryson Block.
3-10-6 mo
PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS A SPECIAL
ty; estates and claims settled; marriage
laws explained; advice free. 703 FAY
in.P.;. A 4709. 3-13 Imo
B. M. WITTB. NOTARY PUBLIC—PEN
•Ion papers, wills. Insurance and collec
tions negotiated. 244 V* 8. BROADWAY.
l-l»-tf
DIVORCE LAWS OF NEVADA—
Full Information without charge. Address
H. E. FULLER. Attorney, Goldfleid, Nev.
I-S-tf
J. MARION BROOKS 'TV U. B. ATTY.),
Cham, of Com. bldg. Office evenings; notary.
3 < tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
, |R s.vik. HARDWARE STORB DOING
good buslnass; will sell at Invoiie; «m sell
or rent building, or will sell both, rhone
Heine 41453 or Boyle 1507. 3735 STEVENSON
AYE. 3-J3-7
FOR PALE—WELL ESTABLISHED MI.D
-iesl practice In prosperous country town;
good tnconit; slight opposition. BOX 435,
Herald offlcß. 3-12-3
MONEY LOANED TO INVENTORS TO
patent good idea*. JOHN WEUDKH
burs. Capitalist. Urookland, D. C.
1-s-lyr
BARGAINS IN SODA FOUNTAINS. TA
clflo Coast Sod* Fountain Factory, 133 East
4th. 1-13-1
A SNAP-CANDY BTORB. WEST BIDE
Uroadway. $2500; rent $100. Pacific coast
S",l:i Fountain Factory, in Knst 4th. 3-13-7
PATENTS — PATENT ATTORNEYS
fUjStiHH I'AIL-.Ni AutNi 1. liA/.AKU A
STRAUSS. ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS.
Oldest agency in Southern California.
American and foreign patents secured and
, trade marks registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 639 Citizens National Bank
Building. Third and Main. Home A 1433;
Main 25«. PATENT BOOK. FREE.
!-8-tf
JAMES T. BARKBLBW, ENOINEER AND
patent attorney. American and foreign pat
ents, trade marks. Special assistance in
chemical, electrical. mining and complex
mechanical cases. 7:8 CENTRAL BLDO
Sixth and Main. ""llMi Main 46J7. FREE
BOOK ON PATENTS. l-»;-tf
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS. ALL COUN
tries. A. 11. LIDDERS, patent lawyer and
solicitor, CM Trust blug.. cur. id anil Spring.
U-«-tf
NO PATENT, NO PAY—ATTORNEY FEE
cut one-half. Open every day and evening.
R G. WELLS. 534 Germain Bldg. 3-11 tf.
BATHS
OPPOSITE LOB ANQEIjES-PACIFIC CO.'S
depot, tub baths and scalp treatments.
Hours 9 a. m. till 9 p. m., any entrance.
MRS. AGNES JOHNSTON, 424 B. Hill,
suite 1. 3-13-lyr
VAPOR AND SPRAY BATHS, CHIROP
ody; open Sundays. 11914 S. SPRING ST..
room 8. , • . .- 3-22-lmo
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE, CHIROPODISTS,
baths. JEAN LUNN, 520 S. Broadway.
2-17-tf
BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 218
S. BROADWAY. ROOM 220. 3-i4-6mo
STORAGE
LARGE PRIVATE, LOCKED, IRON ROOMS
for furniture, etc.; $1.50 and (2 per month.
Trunks, boxes, etc., '.'dc to 50c; open vans,
$6 per day, or 75c per hour. We pack and
ship household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. COLYEAR'S VAN AND
STORAGE CO.. office* 609-11 6. Main st.
Warehouse »416-17 San Pedro st. Phones
F2171; Main 1117. Ml-tl
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES j SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
MISS WING'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
1226 ALVARADO STREET
Day and boarding. All department n from klntlersarton to college. Pre
pares for rollejre and university. Fine school for Rlrls visiting Routhurn
California for winter to keep abrenst of their itudlefl, I'lano. elocution,
pottery, etc. Private tutoring. Winter term opens January 3.
MISS ETHELWYN WING, M. A., Principal.
Home 53144 Sunset West 5141
*rBl/SM£SS(PLL£G£
Now In its new quarters at the northeast
corner of Hill and F.lghth stre-t.-!, where it
i has the best lighted and ventilated and
most convenient school rooms In the Rtata.
/ Entrance on Sth street, F6700. M. 511.
I "
German, English
Shorthand
iby riperler.ce-1 teacher. Terms moderate.
230 W. 21st it. Phone Eoulh (411.
BROWNSBEHG43F! COMMERCIAL COL
lcgo. HS3-7 W. "TH. Send for catalogue.
10-:3-tf
FOR EXCHANGE |
Real Estate
FOR EXCHANGE—
$Ti00; EQUITY $4000.
fi-room renidenc, Westlake district; want
good residence lot for equity.
$:,i»0 Main St. corner, clear, to exchange;
Wtstlaks residence up to $10,000.
McKENZIE CORTEZ <■'>„
211 Merchants Trust Hldg. 3-10-7
FOR EXf'IIANOE — I HAVE A CLEAR
lot at Hedoado, ;i blocks from rlly hall,
fin-Ing the ocean; tine for apartments or
lintel; Mrrrt work all in; ga», electricity
and sewer; fine view of the orrnn; would
i iinlc for lot at Iluntington Park. Olen
■liile or city. Lot rained at #U04l: make
oiler. OWNER, box 564, llernltl office.
liiTvLK HEHIHTS-FOR > SALE OR KX
change—Want one. or moro lota as part pay
ment on a new modern, up-to-date bungalow
In Boyle Heights. See OWNER at :n.!4 K.
First St. I'hone PII7I, Boyle ISfit. 3-13-tf
Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANOE—I HAVE A vi. ear LOT
in Coltou Hut I will trade fur diamonds,
funiit.ire, iiulo, nr «lmt have you. Ail
.li.-s BOX ■•■'■>. Herald. D-21-tf
will trade~sto<:kTin bishop creek
Gold company and other mining stock for
stock in California Wave Motor company
(Reynolds). BOX "IJ. Herald. 6-26-tt
WHEELED VEHICLES
Automobiles
FOR BALE-5-PARSENGER TWO-CYLIN
,|, r Bull k auto, chtap. 1831 PAUL PLACE.
B. Hollywood. 3-U-i
' AUTOS. ENGINES, BOILERS, TIRES AND
parts sold and exchanged. METZ, 20 E.
Ninth Fliliili 2-*-tt
SPECIAL NOTICES
DO YOU ITCH
' or suffer with any cf the many annoying and
i unsightly diseases of tin skin or scalp? If
so. call at our offices and let us show you a
few testimonials of responsible horn, people
1 who have successfully taken our treatment.
Consultation free.
MILLS ECZEMA CO.,
; ms-9 ''"|'|> 'Ik. D-IS-tf
ALL RAZORS, SAFETY BLADES, SCIS
son knives, instrument!, printer's knives,
tools, etc.. sharpened bettor than new.
YANKEE GRINDER. 814 S. Spring St. ,
11-16-tf
S-KIN GRAFTING MEASURABLY SUP
planted; eczema, >.alt rheum, rawness, rose,
etc ,1 specialty; al--o 111 iof young men and
foot ailments. MEDICAL CLINIC, I(J7 W.
Flint St. ' 8-13-3
PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE. BEST
fertilizer for lawns and flowers; sold and
delivered by UEO. SCHORNICK. 203 N.
Mott St. Boyle 1665; 41536. I »-»-"
WALL I PAPER i BAIIOAINB—MOIRH PAPER,
t.c. per roll; Ingrain, SOu tor three rolls.
BHEEIIAN'S, UOO--»j: B. Broitdway. - " '»'
HOUSE PAINTINO. INTERIOR FINISHING,
tinting and paper hanging «t lowest rates.
E. E. GElSEß._ll6V,_E.£lfth st. _ 2 l»-t«
HOSPITALS—DAY AND NIGHT-US EC.
C .-. tailcabs. CALDWELL CAB CO.
Bouth ttSl;. 19017. 3gtt
WASTKU^LAr-lES', GENTS' ; '■'" lll^2'
HIGH PRICES. 810 SO. SPRING ST.
MAIN ititi mil, «-*ia-12ino
i'-an v. BIRDS ALL KINDS ANH PRICES
at in North Tolnca st. Tcmplo 4U.
3.12-Fa.BUmo-lOt
iTr~o <!. Li«:iIMAN. liENTISTrMOVED
to 8"9 W. P. Story bldg.. 6th and Broadway.
3-12-lmo
1 __— . — ——
BUSINESS PERSONALS
MRS. MASBON.'•" THE NOTED LONDON
palmist. %13 S. SPRING, over Owl drug
store. . n-.-S-tr
PERSONAL-MME. ORA, EXPERT PALM
-Ist Ladles, 16c; gents, 60e. SUM S. spring.
2-24-lmo
MMB. SMITH. PALMIST AND CLAIRVOY
ant; high patriotism, 146 S. MAIN hi.
3-0-lmo
ASSAYING
MORGAN li> . 221 South Main. Main
1617. a Mar* f i smelters and rttlucrs.^
JOII2K HERMAN, w«M S. Main. Not ,-:"'; f
faction, but ncnirHcy gunrmiteed. '-^--jj
NOTARiES
1 S~JL\ WITT. NOTAKV WJBLI& PENSION
"papers, deeds, collections and wills ne«o
-i tlated. Room 4, 244 ft B. Broadway^
DENTISTS
mrnSAOioiAJ.^ 'iw-ioiTitujMUo XUea«e«
bldi.? »** <>■ »'»«*■ »«•*! MBIQ /.*|^
! HAIRDRESSERS
' SHAMPOOING, MANICURING AND HAIR
: gooda. MRS. ROSE JAUVIS, 2W So.-Broad
way. AJ'il3; Main 49:3. 3 I'M mo
SEWING MACHINES
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. NOW
, permanently located at 714 S. Broadway, tt
LEGAL NOTICE
>'ot.c« of MiicUbohleiV MeetinK
' To the stockholders of the Pacific Light
and Power Company: You will please take
' notice that the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the racitic Light and Power com
pany will be held at the offlca of the com
pany, 624 Pacific. Electric building, In the
oity of Los Angelon, county of Lob Vngelea,
state of California, on Thursday, thi l'/th
• day of. March. 1910. at 9 o'clock a. m., for
I the purpose of electing directors of said cor
. poration for the ensuing year, and for the
transaction of such other business as may
i properly come before the meeting.
By order of. the board of directors.
, CHAS. FORMAN.
Secretary Paclflo Light and Power Co.
l Los Angeles. Cal., March 1, 1910.
[ 3-1-141
Bin Moor Ilautljurger nidi;., l.n, Angel*.
NATIONAL SCHOOLS
if '!>ijrwritinß
M 0 Orinmber of Commerc* RHk.
Wanted, Htudenta to fitudy Bhorthand nnA
Two Oollarß a we*k. Hum*
ufo of typewriter free. Hr.anlah, 250 a Iff
son. Cia*M;B day or nlßht. 3-3-tf
V. m I. A. —PAY AND EVBNIHO COM*
m^r^lal. technical, aiitomohlli:, collvgj pre
paratory and grammar schools now opin.
10-l-'t
Till; nOWELL HCIIOOI-, 720 P. BKOAD
way. proprxrr.* for all <-\amlnatlnns. rnarh»n
pupila from hlsh ffhools. I'honn Broadway
:; 1.1 1
LOH ANV;F,LR3~Wu^INKSR~C^Or,T.EGBT~iT7
W. Fifth et. E. n. SIIRADER. Ph. D.,
prcstrlrnt *i!i.-c i;r"i 10-27-tf
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
————— 1
BANTA FE ,':
Leave | | ArrlTSi
T Eastern— Limited, ~
1C:00 am dally, Chicago via Denver 1:00 pa
and Kansas City |
Overland Kerens—
1:00 pm Chicago via Denver and 1:30 mm
_ Kansas City
Eastern Express — Dally
1:30 am Chicago via Denver and 7:o* asj
Kansas fit/
Kite ohaped—Going via ~~~~—
1:30 am I'asadena. Return via 6:80 pa
Hanta Ana canyon
7:18 am 10:00 an
1:30 urn Rcdlands via Pasadena 1:00 piaj
t:00 pm 1:40 pn
4:80 pm I 7:40jll«
I:2uam I Krdlands via Orange ( 10:35 ant
10:56 am I I «:ao pa
I 1:00 pnt
7:35 am f Riverside via Pasadena 6:40 em
TiTam I 7:06 pm
10:60 am Riverside via Orange 1O::S6 am
Jjo£_pm _6 :30 pm
7:30 am i .us am
10:55 am Corona via Orange 10:35 an
6:01 pm »:30 pn
7:20 am * 7:o* an
10:60 am San Bernardino via Orange 10:35 ana
6:06 pm «:30 pin
7:Ssam ~ 1:20 am
e:3u am 10:UO an
10:00 am San Berctrdlno via Fiw- 4:00 pm
2:00 pm dena (;40 pn
4:30 pm • 1:00 em
6:45 pm , , , 1
1:00 pm 7:40 pn
1:66 am . «:U am
2:16 pm E&ut* Ana a:24 v
i:O5 i ia 1:00 pn
11:65 pm 1:15 pn
7:30 am 1:66 an
1:65 am 7:06 an
10:66 am Fuller ton, Anaheim, 1:21 an
1:15 pm Orange io:8» an
1:06 pm 1:00 p m
11:65 pm 1:10 p M
7:86 am Irian Jactnto, Elslnore, He-i 10:35 an
10:65 am ] met and Murletta | 6:30 pn
li':2s am I ' ReiTondo j 4:21) pm
"TTiiTpm Ksccndldo 1:09 pm
1:66 am Fallbrook 6:15 pm
1:65 am Ban Diego anil 6:H an
1:16 pm Coronado Beaca 1:00 pn
11:6: pm Surf Line 6:15 pn
7:30 am _Randsburg 7:05 am
IcuiTipm Searchlight an' Chloride "an
1:00 pm Beatty, Rhyollte. Goldneld 1:10 an
I and Tonopaa I
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
N
From Arcade station. Fifth and Central ay*.
Leave| "[Arrive
• :oua,o^:i Francisco via Coast Line. i.iua
• :16a| San Luis Obtspo, Paso Roblaa, 2:30B
I:*sp|Del Monte, Monterey, Santa «.30»
7:Jup| Cruz, San Jose and east |ll:«6p
Ban Francisco and Mojava 1 *
eiacramento, Oakland, via, 1 7:0«»
l:»0p| naiterstleld and Fresno ) l:0ua
"7:6oai ~ ' Fresno ~ i 7:oaa"
6:oop| Bakersueid I t:00a
>:»up| and Mojava | a :00a
H-tilca«o. "kausaVcuy," tit. lLoula.|
*:46pl Golden bi*te t,imll*d j 6:5 I»
COUii] Tlio CaUfomian, rla I IMb
1 Yuma, Benson, U faso _l
~ 1 Overland —New urloiaiis via I
lliOlpiYuma, Benson, MaxUwpa, Tuo- 1:11 a
Ison. £1 faso, tiaa Antonio,
I Houstoa I
laToTpj Xuiiia, Xuoson, Benson^ j «:30»
«:00p i.oxdshurg, Deralnf, I 1:laa
I Up Xl Faao J l:10p
6:4»a( *:*oa"
(:00al- |ll:t0a
t:l6a Santa Barbara* 3:*0»
1:45p and 7:15p
l:ltp Ventura • »:30a
7.1UP1 _ ('Not Ventura). 11:46b
*:16a| uuiaru, Santa faujana, • »:»0a
t:«sp Moorpark, • 11:60*
1:8 • Bonus. 3:10b
Caraarillo. • 7:35»
J <»Oxnard only). U:4sa
I Banta laula via Sausua, \
• :46af Camuloa, Ilia, FUlmora. ll:50a
l:t:p Eatlcoy, Montaivo, Carplo- 7:3ia
tana, aummerland
l:lsa| >iorOaoa ~"j "i:3o»
J3sp| I 7:15p
7:45 a " ' *»:loa
l:ita Pomona *7:Ua
12:0 ip Cotton 7:lta
I:OOP Riverside, lu-u.ande and >:Bta
4:oup San Bernardino 11:36 a
t:46p "Not Riverside, lied- 1:10b
••.lap lands or £aa Barnardln* <:25p
7:10b
~I:Sb»| cbvina" lUiila.
_6; *M I 7:1Q»
7:45a| ' Chins I j.j.a
4:OOPi I 5:»5b
" iSanta Ann, Anahsira, Dawney,
B:6fn Norwalk 1:10 a
11:16 a 2:l»p
l:00pa* Buena Park, West a* *:00a
»:10p Anaheim, West Orange, «:e0»
•Downey only
B:ssa| "" ~ Newport "Beach j~*rsop
~VT6 5a a. Los A lam go- a| 4:6 up
"Tl:4saj " ~Brawley, Imperial, I «:30a
B:lSp| lil Centro, Calexloo | 6:»5p
"HToi*\ ban I'edro-Comptou • |ll:4»a
»:80p|» 'Via Long Beach [ «:35P
"iToßaj* Long Beach-Compton |ll:4ia
l:3op| *Vla Ban Pedro «| C:3»p
~8:l)5a| Santa Catalina Island I t:3»p
6:45ai I ':«•
7:50 a Fernando *| *:<oa
1 46p ■ |11.50 a
5:00p 'Motor "•■Z°v
. 1 sop I _ I »=<"»
~»:S0ai, chatsworth rark. (See a) »:♦»»
note). (Note— and from
River station only). I ,
All trains dally except those marked a«
follows: "a" Sundays excepted; "b" bundaor*
o«l». -^z^^^^.- — — -^-~—
SALT LAKE ROUTE
All trains dally except aa noted,
li«a'va| wrnSrn First . Street Station. ■ . |Arrlya
Kjsa tian Uurnardino, 8:15 a
n'ooa Colton IO:41»
I!,.; Riverside. liljj
6 . 24 u Ontario and «■«»
Pomona «:61p
„ * it.loa
lITJ ' Long Be»on and l{':ltl
id 1 B"rtd:* I!*%
-r^ f T*^ajta7£ataMna island .|7:i>Dp
"171511 Pasadena 1 »:4la
\-.\H\ Pasadena I »:«»
- »l)ail» exoepl .Sunday onlr.
I Utah-CalUornla Special. i
100P Salt Lake, Butte. Denver. 10:«»»
1 and Chicago. 1
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