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. CHURCH NOTICES
Christian Science Services
Second Church of Christ, Scientist
It the church edifice on West Adams street,
lear Hoover. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and
I p. m.; sermon from tho Christian Science
Quarterly. Subject, "Adam and Fallen
Man." Sunday school 11 a. m. : Wednesday
waning meeting, 8 o'clock. Reading room, 704
Herman W. Ucllman building, Spring and
fourth streets, open dally, Sundays excoptod,
from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 5-2-7
Ciristlam Science Services
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
nt Friday Morning Club house, 940 South
Flgueroa st. Services Sunday, 11 a. m. Ser
mon from Christian Science Quarterly.
Subject, "Adam and Fallen Man." Sunday
school, 9.10 a. m.; Wednesday evening
testimonial meetings, 8 o'clock. Reading
rooms, 704 Herman W. Hellman building,
Spring and Fourth streets. Open dally.
Sundays exceptod, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.
6-7-2t
-.First Congregational
'Church
' Hope street, near Ninth.
Rev. Wm. Horace Day, D.D.
Pastor.
SUNDAY MORNING, II O'CLOCK
• CHURCH FEDERATION
SERVICE
Sermon by ;£,
REV. A. C. SIvIITKER
Pastor I'irst Christian Church,
SUNDAY EVENING, 7:45
Tin- pastor will preach on the topic,
"do YOU rs« AM. Tim POWER PAID
ftp -3 FOB?"—Electrlo Motor Ad.
5-7-1
. »—
THE CONGREGATION OF
Immanuel Pres
byterian Church
Corner ol Tenth and Flgueroa sts., will havo
an opportunity Sunday morning or hearing
the popular pastor of the First Methodist
church, Dr. Charles Edward Look*. Dr.
Locke'B subject will be "The Christian Foun
dation."
In the evening, at the same church. Dr.
Frank J. Munday of Hollywood will preach.
The absent pastor, Dr. Hugh K. Walker,
writes from Japan to friends in this city that
he and his wife are enjoying their trip
around the world more keenly than he is able
to express. 5-7-2
The Independent Church
of Christ
Eighteenth and Figueroa streets.
REV. J. S. THOMSON, Pastor.
Sunday service 11 a. m. Subject of sermon,
"Christ's Divine Attraction." Solo, "Ope
Thou Mine Eyes," Mrs. D. J. Kennelly. Solo,
"Come ITnto Me." Mrs. George F. Drake.
Duet, "Forever with the Lord," Mrs. Ken
nelly* and Mrs. Drake. Miss Mary L. O'Don
oughue, organist. Mr. Christian D. Larson
will have charge of the Harmony Bible class
at 10 a. m. All are Invited, especially strang
er^ Bj7-2
ONE HOUR SHIR VICES
"Spiritual refreshment without physical fa
tigue."
St. John's Episcopal Church
614 W. Adams st. (Near Flgueroa.)
Take Grand aye., Dalton aye., Moneta aye.
or Redondo car to Adams st. and walk west;
or take yellow University car to Chester place
and walk through Chester place.
REV. LEWIS O. MORRIS. RECTOR.
7:30 a. m. —Holy communion.
11 a. m.—Morning prayer ami sermon. Sub
ject. "The Glorious Ascension."
7:30 p. —Choral evensong.
This Is a FREE church. All are welcome.
v , . 6-7-2
Temple Baptist Church
Auditorium. Fifth and Olive Bts.
ROBERT J. BUKDISTTK, D. D.,
Pastor Emeritus.
DR. J. WHITCOMB BROUGHER. PASTOR.
f Dr. Edwin P. Ryland, the noted Methodist
divine, will preach twice Sunday.
11 A. M..
"ENTHRALLED BY CHRIST."
» 730 P. M.,
"A BANQUET, A CRIME, A GREAT LOVE."
Finest music in tho city— quartet,
big chorus.
Great organ and chimes at 7:15.
SEATS FREE. 6-7-1
St. Pairs Pro-Cathedral
523 SOUTH OLIVE STREET.
VERY REV. 'WILLIAM MAC CORMACK,
Dean, will preach.
. 7:30— Holy communion.
11 a. m.—Morning prayer. Topic, "Are tho
Standards of Woman Being Lowered?"
7:45— Evening prayer. Topic. "What Shall
We Do with the Prize Fight?"
The choir will sing Steggal's anthem, "God
Came from Toman."
Organ offertory, Handel's concerto In B flat.
5-7-2
Broadway Christian
Church
I Opposite the Court House
Bible school. 9:30 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m.,
by B. F. Coulter, minister, and at 7:15 p. m.
by John C. Hay. assoclato minister. Com
• munion following the morning discourse.
Young People's meeting, 6:30 p. m. Wel
come all. E'7'2
lie Los Angeles
;■ - .."Fellowship ■■'-
REYNOLD E. BLIGHT, Minister. ■
11 a, m., service at Blanchard hall. 233 S.
Broadway. Subject, "Tho White Carnation,"
a Mothers' day address. Good music. All
seats free.'.,-;> \ - 6-7-2
First Uniteriami Chy rch
925 S. Flower St.
Rev. E. Stanton Hodgln, Minister.
Subject for Sunday morning, May 8. "The
Liberal Religion for America." Sunday
school at 10 o'clock. Classes for all ages.
6-7-2
PENIEL HALL, 227 S. MAIN. NOON PKAl
tr meeting dally; gospel meeting every
■ Icht. l-l-6roo
TYPEWRITERS
YOU KE3D A TYPEWRITER.
• Look over all . the typewriters for sale In
town, then buy c c from us. Our window
speaks for I elf. We have all makes at
all prices. We sell the best typewriter car
bon that money can buy. We sell the best
typewriter ribbon that money can buy. Write
or call for free samples; If you are con
vinced, give us your business. We do not
employ solicitors to annoy you, but we
handle a class of goods that get the business
for us. We are agents for the No. 6 liilck
ensderfer Aluminum, the traveling man's
typewriter. ARTHUR O. WILSON CO., 820
8. Hill st. A 1672; Main 6428. 4-17-tf
ALL MAKES OF REBUILT TYPBWRIT
«r«. See our bargains. Best rentals la city,
11.60 to (3 a month.
.. , ■ LOB ANGELES TYPEWRITER
■ EXCHANGE.
AMIS. 138 S. Broadway. Main 5961
.-- ' :."-'■■ ■ ' »-U-t|
XrPEWBITEKS BOUGHT AND RENTED.
All make* guaranteed | repairing. UAKJUt
lIOKY CO. (Inc.) 244 Vi So. Broadway.
Main 4691 > A 4070. 10-11-tf
_—_—- —_
NOTARIES
■. m. WITT. NOTARY PUBLIC.' PENSION
paper*, dead*, collections and will* nego
tiated. Boon 4. Jit la S. Broadway.
X-Il«ti 1
WANTED
£2301 mil- mi,
WANTED—MEN, BY LARGE CONTRACTING
company; can learn trade of plumbing, elec
tricity, bricklaying, automobiles, In few
months; no apprentice or helpers work and
no expense; 120,000 contract work going: cat
alogue free. UNITED TRADE SCHOOL
CONTRACTING COMPANY, 647 Paclflo Klec
! trio Ifldg. 4-30-tf
WANTED—SALESMEN; WANT A FEW
energetic, hustling salesmen to handle good,
tlrst-class Investment proposition. Hustlers
can make good money on this proposition.
See MR. RUSSELL, at 203 Tajo bldg. 4-28-tf
WANTED—A GOOD, EXPERIENCED TRAV
ellng salesman for Southern California, to
sell our lino of shoes, MINTON-BILLING3
SHOE MFG. CO., Venice, Cal. 0-7-3
WANTED—METAL POLISHERS ON BOTH
pressed steel and cast Iron work. Apply
PACIFIC ELECTRIC HEATINO CO., On
tario. 6-2-7
wm. ii. HOEGEK CO., 138 S. MAIN ST.,
razors honed, 2Dc. • 6-7-2
HKLT—FEMALE
WANTED — SEVEN LADIES QUICK—
Beauty culture pay* big. Learn right,
r FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSING COL
LEGE, corner Broadway. Entrance 217
Mercantile place. . 1-1-tf
LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STEADY
or evenings: can stamp transfer, 11.50
do*, upward; original, reliable firm. Room
114 MASON BLDG.. 128 W. Fourth.
:--.-;. »-18-tt
HELP—MALIC OB FEMALE
WANTED—MEN -J.ND WOMEN TO LEARN
I tn< barber tr*<e; guaranteed In eight
weeks. i.>i>.otui Tree, mujilbk UAH
BE 11 COLLEGE. 123 E. Second st. 7-1-tf
WANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ON
commission .to build up business for life.
616 Chamber of Commerce bug. 5-7-tf
r': AGENTS
FREE SAMPLE-AGENTS ONLY; FAUCET
Strainer Splash Preventer; send 2o stamp
(mailing cost); $6 profit dally and upward;
lei us prove It. N. SEED, 93 Reade St..
NT Y. 6-1-10
PARTNERS
A PARTNER WANTED WITH »100 FOR
manufacturing an automobile specialty;
big demand and big profits. Ask for
painter at MANHATTAN AUTO CO., 1218
1218 S. Olive, st. 5-4-7
SIT CATIONSMALE
SITUATION, BY YOUNG MAN 1»
years of age. Willing to do most anything,
but would prefer clerking. Address J. F.
X . care 228 East Second St., Long Beach,
Cal. . 4-U-tf
WANTED—POSITION AS CHAUFFEUR IN
private family; can keep machine In repair;
■ give best of reference. D. H. McVAY, 6444
Pasadena aye. Phone E. »79. 6-7-5
WANTED—A POSITION BY AN EXPERl
enced grocery salesman as clerk or so
licitor; over 12 years' experience; best of
! reference. Address BOX 181, Herald. 6-6-5
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency, 610 Vlgnes street. Main 672(;
Home A 4384. Men lor hOAuecleantng.
yard work and general labor. 1-84-tf
WANTED BY YOUNG MAN POSITION
as chauffeur with private family; can re
pair own machine. BOX 182, Herald.
5-4-8
, SITUATIONS—
AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN WISHEB
housework by the day or hour; also wash-
Ing and Ironing; prices reasonable. Phone
MAIN 4704. 5-4-4
WANTED-PERMANENT POSITION BY
bookkeeper, typewriter and cashier, 15 years'
' experience; references. Address BOX 8656,
Herald. 4-19-tf
SITUATIONS—MALE AND FEMALE
WANTED— IN PRIVATE HOUSE,
$20 month, room and board, while attend
ing school; school hour* from 2 to 5 p. m.
P. O. BOX 847. City. 1-11-
WANTED— PURCHASE STOCK
WANTED—
Stock in the Los Angeles Investment com
pany; any amount up to 140,000 at $3 a share.
G. F., care G%>be Savings Bank.
— .;„■,-,
4-17-tf
TO PURCHASE—MISCELLANEOUS
WANT TO BUY AT ONCE, THE COMPLETE
furniture of a home. Will not buy by piece.
Am no dealer. HOME 62466. 4-29-10
'WANTED— PAID FOR FEATHER
bed*. TIB SAN PEDRO BT. Phone*
F8041; Main 1101. 11-17-tt
' MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—SECOND HAND FILE CASES
for card system and document file; must be
modern and In good order. BOX 221, Her
ald. 6-5-tf
lIIK STOCK
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR CHICKEN'S.
243 BIIRTZ ST, 5-5-3
WHEELED VEHICLES " : ,
: ; AUTOMOBILES
FOR BALE—TOURIST AUTOMOBILE, FOUR
cylinder, 40-horse power, B-passenger; a bar
rain If sold at once. Address T. J. GOLD
ING, Herald office. \ 6-1-tf
AUTOS, ENGINES. BOILERS, TIRES AND
parts sold and , exchanged. MBTZ. 107 H.
' Ninth F1958. 1-4-tf
SPECIAL NOTICES
THR MAHOGANY GROVE MINING COM
pany will hold their annual meeting of share
holders on Wednesday, May 25, at 2 o'clock,
nt their office, 688 Coronado st., for the elec
tion of directors and to . transact (such busi
ness as may come before tho meeting.
By order of president,
. KATE J. WELLS.
4-M-B-6-13-3t
ALL RAZORS, SAFETY -BLADES, SCIB
-sors, knives. Instrument*, printer's knives,
tools, etc., sharpened better than new.
YANKEE GRINDER, 114 8. Spring st.
11-m-u
WALI"pAPEr"bARGAINS— MOIRE PAPER,
to per roll; Ingrain, too for three rolls.
BHEEHAN'3, 900-902 B. Broadway. 4-16-lmo
—LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest price* paid.
MAIN 3697; F6938. 8-25-12 mo
HOSPITALS —DAY AND NIGHT—USB C.
C. C. tmxlcabs. CALDWELL CAB CO.
South 8351: 29087. ; 1-1-tl
WM. H. HOEGEE CO., 138 S. MAIN ST..
sharpens Gillette razor blades. 20c. 6-7-8
ATTORN AT LAW
ipECLuTTNVESTioATToNS — fUrsonaS
Injury claims specialty; estates settled. J.
W. MACY, 538 Douglas blclg. Phones ABSS3.
Main 8633. tf
HI. M. WITTB, NOTARY PUBLIC—
•lon papers, will*. Insurance and collec
tions negotiated. 144 V* S. BROADWAY.
1-ID-tt
DIVORCE LAWS OF NEVADA-
Full Information without charge. Address
H. E. FULLER. Attorney, Goldßeld. Ner.
t-t-ti
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
forT^Bale^by"~ownkr. : the grocery
store, goods and fixtures, also feed barn, at
Benedict, Cal. J. W. HOUCHIN, R. F. D.
No. 1. Anaheim, Cal. 4-29-10
■ BARGAINS IN SODA FOUNTAINS. PACI
FIC COAST SODA FOUNTAIN FACTORY,
138 E. Foil/ * ~ 4-15-lmu
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1010.
FOR SALE
lIOISKS
. -——
Fracl-McßeyiiQMs
, 7,
■■■* : =
. Realty-Co.
For Sale—sBth st., near Figueroa; 4
room bungalow; gas, bath, electricity,
panel dining room, beam ceilings, buffet,
new and modern; largo lot; price $-100;
terms to suit.
-■'/ ■■
43d place—For Sale—s-room bungalow;
strictly modern throughout; beam ceilings,
panel dining room, hardwood floors; lot
40x135. This is a bargain.
42d St.—For Sale—s-room bungalow;
large sunny rooms, strictly modern
throughout; good barn, chicken corral;
one block from car lino; prlco $2300; this
Is a snap; sco us at once. ■ ■
West Adams street — For Sale—6-room
bungalow, strictly modern throughout;
finest location In city; on easy terms.
For Kal<!— Lot, 40x135, finely located;
prlco $500; terms to suit.
For Sale—Lot, 40*135; price $600. This
lot Is located In best part of city. Am
selling at a sacrifice. Will > tako dia
monds as part payment or whole. -
For Sale— 40x135 to 15-foot alley,
on West Gist St.; 2 blocks from 2 car
lines. Price $650; easy terms.
„■,;:■
Frcnch-Mcßcynoldls
Really Company
721-723 liItVSOX BLDG.
'_:' r.. 5-7-1
ONLY $25 FIRST PAYMENT
4-room house, screen porch, etc. large
level lot. curb, sidewalk end street work
done; near 5c car line; 18 minutes to
Broadway.
$15 <per month Includes Interest. .
' $100 FIRST PAYMENT „
Handsome- brand new 4-room bungalow;
cement walks, gas, every convenience;
near car line and schools.
$15 per month Includes Interest.
$1175
SMALL FIRST PAYMENT
3-room house; lot 60x160; only $10 per
month.
These are all great bargains.
PARSONS
BUILDING & REALTY CO.
Stephenson aye. and Townsend Sts.
Home 41706—80y1e 1158.
I-S^t'i - 5-7-2
How Is This
Just finished four more of those 4-room plas
tered cottages; cabinet kitchen, living room
and two nico bedrooms, bathroom, toilet, two
closets, back and front porch; lot 40x140;
sidewalks and curbs; north or south front;
nice level lot, fine sand loam soil; one block
from Compton aye., paved boulevard.
$1150
$50 Down, $15 Per Month,
Including 7%
This property Is located at Graham, on the
Long Beach car line, and is a fine location,
with good school, stores, churches, telephones
and artesian water. If you are looking for a
good home cheap come and see us. We
have the property and the prices and terms.
MYERS, 200 SEVERANCE BLDG.,
F4815: Main 2013. 5-7-1
JUST LOOK
THEN ACT QUICK
7 largo rooms, bungalow, fine lot, best street
In town; will take good auto or other good
property to $1500, balance cash.
• ALSO • - Vi»."-*":
5-acre orange grove, good buildings, near car
line; a fine Income home. Will take clear
city homo to $6000, balance cash.
ALSO
The »best close in hotel in town, clear, for
good clear Income property in Southern Cal
ifornia. Don't fall. to sco these places or you
will miss a good thing In tho best town on
the coast, "ONTARIO, THE BEAUTIFUL."
A. J. MOODY & SON vM
-111 W. A st., Ontario. 5-7-6
BUNGALOW, CLOSE IN
$3750 — $275 cash, $25 monthly, on Fifty
seventh street, between Main and South
Park avenue. Gas. electricity, street work
and sewers. Oak floors, beamed ceilings,
open fireplaces, buffet, cabinet kitchens,
cement porches, lighting fixtures. Fifty of
these modern five-room homes building.
Ban Pedro street car to Fifty-seventh
street. Tract office.
' THE IsrVESTSIENT BUILDING CO.
1008 W. P. Story Bldg. F3175; Bdway. 4575.
4-1-tf-d. o.
$100 CASH
will buy a beautiful 6-room bungalow In
restricted neighborhood, near car line, with
4-mlnute service, balance on easy terms.
Take Forty-eighth st. and Grand aye. car,
get off at Normandlo aye.; look for
BROOKWELL'S REAL
ESTATE OFFICE
1407 West 4Sth St.
Phone South 2726. .
' . 4-23-14t
$2760— $250 CASH, BALANCE $25 PER MO.—
5-room modern bungalow, gas, electricity,
sewer, lawn; flowers and garden all In; one
half block from beautiful South Park; near 1
street car lines; excellent neighborhood; 2
blocks from good school; churches and store
near. Building Insured for three years at
$1500. No agents. SEE OWNER, 287 B.
49th st. V 6-6-3
FOR SALE—SI4OO; $200 DOWN; 4-ROOM
plastered house with screen porch and
. gas range; large lot; chicken corrals;
' garden and flowers; close to Hollywood
car; Bo fare; large lot, $350 to $450.
HENRY JETER. 4401 Sunset blvd. Tem
ple 744. ;•:-;-...>--■?. *:.•■•--.!. 5-6-3
8-ROOM DOUBLE HOME. NEAR 54TH
st. car lino; lot 40x137 to alley; gas and
sewer; price $2500, Including two gas
ranges; small payment and good terms.
KIZER'S BUNGALOW EXCHANGE, N. E.
cor. 63d and Moneta. South 5576. 6-6-3
FOR SALE-6-ROOM * BUNGALOW WITH
all modern improvements; cement cellar;
lot 40x136; flowers, fruit trees; hot and cold
water; porcelain sink; partly furnished; on
cosy terms. South 6296. rj 5-7-7
FOR SALE—4-ROOM HOUSE; STREET
work done; lot 50x160; bath room: gas; $100
down, $10 per month; price $1000. Take
Watts car to Vernon aye. 1688 E. Vcrnon
aye. 5-7-1
SUBURBAN—WILM INGTO V
LOTS $225 UP. LARGE LISTS, CHOICE!
acreage. J. W. WEIGIITMAN & CO., up
town offlca 107 Laughlin bldg. Main 6368.
. 6-5-7t
FOR.SALE
CITY LOTS AND LANDS
You often pay Good
Money to see st
. Poor Show
Clip the accompanying Coupon
, and see a Good Show
Saturday Afternoon, May X
Absolutely FREE "
t
You will enjoy it hugely
This offer is made to HERALD Readers Only
, _
THIS COUPON
When presented at the door of the Empire Theater is good
for One Seat Saturday afternoon, May 7. Ladies and Chil
dren only.
' CITY LOTS AND LANDS
Get Busy
Florence Heights
$600.
$25 CASH—SIO MONTH.
Here is an opportunity to buy a high class
lot In a high class neighborhood on tho
easiest of terms. Remember these lots are
Improved with cement sidewalks, curbing,
electricity and water piped to each lot. You
will never have another opportunity to buy
this clara of property on such easy terms.
For either home or Investment, nothing on
the market to eaual It. See It and you
will agree with me. Take Strawberry Park
car (Redondo system) and get off at Flo
rence avenue. Agent there every day. Five
cent fare.
The McCarthy
■ Company
207 NORTH BROADWAY.
A 5941; Main 1202. 5-4-6t
A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN THE COTTAGE
Terrace tract, corner San Fernando road and
Elm street on Eagle Rock car lino, and Just
past the new car barns; $450 and $500 each;
$25 down and $10 a month.
SEE WERNER,
with
STRONG & DICKINSON,
147 S. Broadway.
4-16-mon-thurs-sat-lmo
FOR SALE—FINE WILSHIRE
lot for balance owing; can't
pay out. Call OWNER, Main
1202, A 5941.
- . ■. 6-5-7-8-3t
. COUNTRY PROPERTY
IMPERIAL VALLEY
AMERICAN NILE
I No drouths, cyclones, blizzards; marvelous
crops; grain, alfalfa, cotton; sunshine; sedi
ment soil; abundance of water produce them.
Good cheap land. C us B4 U buy. 313
. Severance Bldg.
HAMMERS REALTY CO.
Phono Broadway 4564. 6-5-tf
"tulare county lands
All we want. is a chance to show YOU
that wo have the FINEST ALFALFA land
In California, the cheapest and best water
supply, and can give you the best buys In
the valley. This is also the greatest fruit
country you can find anywhere. Go up with
us and let us- start you on the road to
greater prosperity.
E. D. COWAN, 301 Mason Opera House.
5-4-5
BeaMmoet
Beautiful country home sixes on La Mesa
Mlravllla; 3000 feet elevation; mountain
water; choice apple, pear and cherry land;
5 and 10 acre tracts. BEAUMONT LAND
6 WATER CO., 316 Central Building, Los
Angeles. Cal. \ 4-28-tf
FOR SALE-*
640 acres of land In Kern county, California;
land Is level, free of alkali, no hariipan; an
abundance of flowing artesian water can be
obtained at reasonable cost: the soil Is a sed
imentary silt and is particularly adapted for
the raising of alfalfa; 7 miles from railroad.
For particulars, see CATE 4 HENDERSON,
206 Mercantile place, L. A. Both phones.
-> 5-7-3t
30 ACRES WELL IMPROVED
AT CUCAMONGA
A fine home and a snap for somebody;
price $3500 clear.
ERIKSON & CO. ,
106 W. SIXTH ST., Ground Floor. F2374.
6-6-3
OAKDALE LAND COLONY. "
10, 20 or 40 acre* alfalfa land; will raise
almonds, peaches, olives or oranges; your
crops will pay for the land; price $100 per
acre: $1 cash per acre and $1 monthly. Room
311, 307 S. Broadway. T. WIESENDANGER.
A 2043, Main 3043. Bee FRYE. 5-1-3-6-7-8-9
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
kO»r 3tacy_ *rJA
Ml Realty . Co. M
fiESTABLISHED 1903/1
Ban Pedro office. 805 Beacon i both phone*,
lrt**i Ani** I**1 ** ""'lid P-* 11 f* Hiring. .JtiAlflj
mon,wed,gal-tf
AY' ' FURNITURE . '
SEPARATE LOCKED IRON ROOMS. $1.00
per month. Trunks, boxes, etc., 260 to (0a
Phone for our large van when you move,
$1.25 per hour.
COLYKAR WAREHOUSE! CO
-411-17-1* San Pedro st. Main office 601-11
a. Main at. Phone Main 1117; FIITI.
l-l-U
FOR SALE
CITY LOTS AM) T.ANIH
OIL PROPERTY
WAGE EARNERS, INVEST,
DON'T SPECULATE
25,000 shares (no more) oil stock at 25c
per share. Company has 1600 acres, 960
acres of which Is proven ground; one 700
-barrel well completed; now drilling'second
well; don't owe a dollar; has money In the
treasury to complete two more wells; small
capitalization and no promotion stock; pipe
lines and railroads now building to field;
oil parafflne base, running from 38 to 62
gravity and worth $2.50 to $3.50 per barrel
at well.
See LORS
332 Bradbury Building
, , ■ 6-l-tf
PIANOS
PIANOS AT 250 AND $8 PER MONTH.
Square pianos of standard marke* In ex
cellent condition. Will sell on the above
■mall payments. GEO. J. BIRKEL CO,
145-347 S. Spring St. 10-28-tf
FOR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO IN FINE
condition; only $100 for Immediate sale.
Call for Inspection 411 W. FIFTH BT.
4-11 ti
HOUSES
FOR SALE!—S2SOO; $150 CASH, $16 PER
month; 6-room new bungalow; beam cell
ings, buffet bookcases; lot fenced; shed;
on 60th near Moneta aye. STAR REAL
TY CO., Corner 60th and Moneta aye.
6-6-3t
FOR * SALE— 5-ROOM FURNISHED
bungalow, on 62d, near Moneta aye.; snap;
must sell; $2300; $250 cash, $20 month.
STAR REALTY CO., 60th and Moneta
aye. 5-6-3
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
RESTAURANT WITH A ■ BUSINESS
OF $1000 A WEEK
Located at Terminal Island, East San
Pedro, In a nice new building, with fine
surroundings, right In front of. two lumber
yards employing a i thousand men, and Is
the only restaurant In the place. I have
too much business to give it any attention,
and have decided to sell the same at once
at any price rather than be bothered with
It Will sell, rent or exchange for good
property. See PERRY WHITING, 415 E.
Ninth st. 5-2-7
FOR SALE—SWEET TONED, LITTLE
walnut upright piano; fine for beginner; $85.
1315 W. 36th St. ■ 6-7-3
FOR EXCHANGE
________ 4 -. I-, r-i -i_,-.
REAL ESTATE
FOR EXCHANGE — I HATE A CLEAR
lot at Redondo, 3 blocks from city hall,
acini; the ocean; One for apartment* or
hotel; street work all In; gas, electricity
and sewer; tine view of the ocean) would
trad* for lot at Huntlngton Park, Glen
dale or city. Lot valued at $000; make
offer. OWNER, box 664. Herald office.
EXCHANGE-SOME CASH AND 6-ROOM
house and lot In Aspen. Col., for stock of
groceries. Call at 106 WEST SIXTH ST..
room 1, ground floor. 5-6-4t
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLEAR LOT
In Colton that I will trade for diamonds,
furniture, auto, or what have you? Ad
dress BOX 534. Herald. »-11-tf
WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK
Gold company and other mining stock for
stock In California Wave Motor company
(Reynolds). BOX 242, Herald. 6-26-tt
FOR EXCHANGE—A ' GOOD 45-70 RIFLE
for a good shotgun, or what have you? Ad
dress BOX 202. Herald. 4-29-tf
BATHS
..-...»...-. -. .-■- — ■■■.-.. ' ■ ■■
BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM TREAT
merits given at 930 S. Broadway commencing
May 2. Cures stomach and kidney trouble,
insomnia' and nervousness. 5-l-7t
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE, CHIROPODISTS,
bath*. JEAN LIi.NN, 520 ft Broadway.
> ■ 1-17-tf
BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 218
B. BROADWAY. ROOM 820. l-t4-«piu
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING
Tainting, Paper Hanging, Tinting;, Decorat
ing. Estimates) wall paper, paint*. 3. A.
I.IVNKV * CO., 813 W. 3d. Bdwy. 17SS.
I -it 80. 4-27-80
CESSPOOLS
IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPING CO.—WIJI
take out largest load. Wast 6396; 22040.
1-10-tf
BEWING MACHINES _
WHITE SEWING MACHINE .CO.. NOW
permanently located at Tl4 B. Broadway, tt
DENTISTS
im.' lIACII.IU.N>, XU»-*u« Mejeslki I'liwlU
•Ll*.. •*» 8. IMwa/. I°6«ai| Mala SHI*.
».-V,,J,\i! ' . ■■ !«*>tl
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 6CHOOLS AND COLLEGES
Miss Wing's School for Girls
1226 ALVARADO STREET
Day nnrt Hoarding All departments from ltinil<"r K arten to oollec*. Trepares for col
lege and unlvrrnity. Fine tchwl for «lrl« vlitltlnK Southern California for winter to
keep abreast of their studies. I'iano, elocution, pottery, etc. ITlvate tutorlnc Spring
term opens April 4.
MISS ETHELWYN WING, M. A., Principal
Sunset West 33 44; Home SUM.
CUMNOCK
School of Expression
/ SUMMER TERM
Six —Opening July 5
Reading, Expression, Shakespeare, Dra
matic Art, Voice and Physical Training.
In. Richard Burton of the University of
Minnesota will give a special course on
"Modern English Drama."
Course of readings by Mrs. Grigg, direc
tor, and Katherlne Wisner McCluskey of
Evan.ston.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
1500 SOUTH FIGUEROA ST.
NATIONAL SCHOOL OF •
TYPEWRITING
510 Chamber of Commerce
Wanted— Students; Gregg or Pitman
shorthand; practical bookeeping or ar
chitectural drawing; summer term, $3 a
month. Register at once. 5-6-tf
isttOvv^iNoßSKGEK CCiIiIEHCIAL, CGI*- i
Jege, »61-7 W. 7TH. Send for catalogue.
ALHAMBRA SCHOOL OF CHIROPODY,
452% SOUTH BROADWAY, room 22. F3592.
4-23-lmo
MONEY TO LOAN
MORTGAGE BUSINESS
EXCLUSIVELY
Any amount you want
HO to $50,000.
Lowest rates— or country.
FRANK C. CURRY,
436 Byrne bldg.. Third and Broadway.
Phones A 7862, Main 2165. 5-l-6rao
MONEY TO LOAN, SECURED BY FIRST
and second mortgages on real estate, large
and email amounts, or payable monthly.
Mortgages, trust deeds and contracts Issued
for the sale of real estate bought.
NOURSE & CO., 202-204 L. A. Trust Bid*..
Second and Spring. Both phones. tf
MONEY TO LOAN
$50,000 to loan oa real estate, city or coun
try, 5 to 1 per cent, amount* to. suit.
MOVER & GILBERT, 302 H. W. Hellman
Bldg. Home phone A 8827; Main 647*.
10-2-tf
SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS.
See US before you borrow money on sal
ary or furniture. GREAT WESTERN
INV CO. (Inc.) 512 Grosae Bldg., corner
Sixth and Spring. F8848; Main 4928.
PLENTY OF « AND 7 PER CENT MONEY
a* long as you want It on gilt edge se
curity. WAYBRIGHT-BUTLER CO.,
(2t-52» Security Bide- Fl«0l; Bdwy. 2462.
■ . - 1-11-tx
I HAVES $20,000 TO BE LOANED AT CUR
rent rates on city or suburban real estate;
prefer small loans, $200 to $1000. R. W.
MOVER. 604 Frost Bldg. F5107. 4-25-lm
MONEY TO SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T.
Johnson Bldg. 3-14-tf
K. W. POINDEXTBR, 40» WILCOX BLDG..
. will loan you what you need on real es
tate, stock* and bonds. Building loans a
specialty. y *-»-tf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, FURNl
ture, pianos and any kind of security; low
rate*. JOHNSON. 189 H. W. Hellman
Bldg. 1-18-emo
TO LOAN—-SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without secuii'v; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE, 41» Henna Bldg.
10-4
-$5OO TO $10,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. L. O'BRIEN & CO., Jefferson and Main.
South 2276 or 85338. 4-23-lmo
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY
until you see me. F. A. NEWTON, 708
O. T. Johnson bldg. 6-7-Imo
PRIVATE MONEY. 8 TO 7 PER CENT
LOCKHART * SON. «01 H. W. Hellman
Bldg. A76M. ; »-!»•**
PHYSICIANS
drTiuckoic " "^drThickok?
SPECIALIST FOR women.
633 W. SIXTH ST., SUITE 107.
Maternity home; confinements, with adop
tion If desired. Absolute privacy. Moderate
charges. Terms to suit. Examination free.
Hours 10 to 4; Sundays, 10 to 1. Phones—
F8236, Broadwa/ 9776. 4-19-tf
08. CROCKER.
Specialist for Women.
Hamburger's Majestia Theater Bulldln*.
Absolut* privacy. Hour* 10 to 4.
CONSULT FREB.
l!-:»-i;m
WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Obstetrics, surgical and medical case*. Term*
reasonable. 1245 South Flower. F4114. 1-13-tf
DR. MARY R. HUTCHESON, NATCROPATH
and vital healer, treats all ailment*. 787V4 8.
BROADWAY. Consultations free. 4-12-U
DR. TAYLOR. 117% S. MAIN ST. Dis
eases of women. 8-9-tf
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB DISSO
LUTION OF CORPORATION
In the Superior Court of the State of Cali
fornia, in and for the County of Los Ange
les. No. 74.261. .
In the matter of the application for dis
solution of the Henry He Brown Motor Com
pany, a corporation.
Notice is hereby given that application
ha* been presented to the Superior Court of
the State of California, In and for the
County of Los Angeles, for the dissolution
of the Henry & Brown Motor Company, a
corporation; that an order of the court has
been duly given and made appointing Mon
day, the 2Sd day of May, 1910, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, or as soon a* counsel can
be heard, at the court room, Department
Eight of the court, when and where the
application will be heard and determined,
without further notice, if no objections shall
then have been filed, or upon five days" fur
ther notice to any persons who shall have
filed objections; and directing that notice
be given thereof not less than thirty days
by publication In the Los Angeles Herald,
a newspaper published In the city of Los
Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of
California.
All persons will accordingly take notice
and may file objections to said application,
If any they have, on or before 10 o'clock a.
m on Monday, the 23d day of May, 1910.
Dated April 20. 1910.
(Seal) C. G. KEYES. County Clerk.
By D. S. BMrson. Jr., Deputy Clerk.
* 4-21-33t
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SALT LAKE ROUTE
All trains dally except as noted.
"Leave | First Street Station | Arrive
8:35 am San Bernardino, 8:35 am
11:00 am Colton, ■ 10:41 am
3:40 pm Riverside, 12:15 pm
I 1:25 pm
5:24 pm Ontario and 4:36 pm
4:15 pm Pomona 7:10 pm
8:00 pm ' ________
. • 8:15 am
8:50 am Long Beach and 11:10 am
120 pm a ' San Pedro 7:00 pm
4:40 pro « 3:85 pm
8:50 am Santa Catallna Island | 7:00 pm
11~30 ami* Pasadena . «|lt:3s am
San Bernardino,
Searchlight, Las Vegas,
1:00 pm lieatty, Rhyollte, Gold- 13:15 pm
| field and Tonopah |
•Dally except Sunday. • Sunday only.
German, English
Shorthand
by experienced teacher. Terms moderat*
110 W. 21st «t. Phone South 5411. „-." ■■.;
|______S_lj»|J3
liii-in.-s College, Siirihfii-i. corner EiglUU
and Hill streets. Ill;(10: Main 511.
SEND FOR FULL INFORMATION.
'""^V^^^S*^^ _^_^ _^**_^S^_» _r~~h.i*
Sili Floor, Hamburcer nidg., Los Angeles.
T. M. C. DAT AND UVBNINa COM
merclal, technical, automobile, college pr»*
paratory and uraimuar schools now open,
10-1-tJ
T >ia « V*E—— a t»-'^o»»t_;oo '*r»I_I_HO2. 11*
1 W. "Fifth st." E.""R." SHRADBR. "Ph. D.«
president since 1890. 10-JJ-U
THE EOWELL SCHOOL COACHES IN
grade and high school studies.' Vacation
. school during summer. 5-1-11
SANITARIUMS
~lr__^WO4L_N HOSPITAL
Exclusively for women and children. Best
equipped and homelike hospital In the
city for confinement cases. Terms to suit.
H46 South Flower. F4184. 8-11-tf
ASSAYING
JOHN HERMAN, 252H 8. Main. Not satis
faction, but accuracy guaranteed. 12-22-tt
RAILWAY TIME TABLE ■
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
BYom Arcade Station, Fifth and Central aye.
Leave | | Arrive'
8:0O am San Francisco via Coast Line. 8:30 am
8:15 am San Luis Oblspo, Paso Robles. 2:30 pm
2:35 pm Del Monte. Monterey. Santa 9:30 pm
• 7:30 pm Cruz. San Jose and east 11:46 pm
Ban Francisco and Mojave " ~"~'
6:30 pm Sacramento. Oakland, via 7:06 am
9:30 pm| Bakersfleld and Fresno 8:00 am
7:50 am Fresno " 7:06 am
6:00 pm Bakersfleld 8:00 am
9:30 pm and Mojave 8:00 pm
Chicago, Kan. City, at. LouisJ
9:4s*pm Golden State Limited 6:65 pm
3:00 pm The Callforolan. via 7:15 pm
t Tuma. Benson, El Paso
I Overland—New Orleans via 1
13.01 pm Tuma, Benson, Marlcopa, Tuo 1:30 pm
•on, El Paso, San Antonio,
Houston
12:01 pm Tuma. Tucson, Benson 1 6:30 am
3:00 pm Lordsburg, Doming, 7:15 am
g:l5 pm El Paso 1:30 P m
J:« am 7 ~ 1 8:30 am
_ : »2 am ■ 11:50 am
8:15 am Santa Barbara 2:30 pm
1:45 m and 7SSS pm
2:35 pm Ventura • 1:80 pm
7:30 pm ('Not Ventura) 11:45 pm
8:15 am! Oinard, Santa Susana, '• 8:30 am
2:35 pm ] Moorpark, • 11:60 am
7:30 pm* Komls, 2:30 pm'
Camarillo 1 7:35 pm
I (*Oxnard only) 11:45 pm
j Santa Paula via Saugus, ]
4:45 am Camulos, Piru. Flllmore, 11:50 am
1:45 pm Satlcoy, Montalvo. Carpln- 7:35 pm
. terla, Summerland .
8:15 am Nordholt 1 2 30 pm
______££__. I 7:35 pm
J :45-m l ~~ ~ • 6:30 am
8:65 am Pomona • 7:15 am
12:01 pm Colton 7 15 am
3:00 pm Riverside, Redlands and 9" am
4:00 pm San Bernardino 11 j: B >,vi
6:45 pm ('Not Riverside. Redlands l:J0 pnj
8:15 pm • or San Bernardino) 6 pn,
——— ——--—----———-—-------____. _Li2Ji n*
8:55 am Covina 11- ,5 atn
6:45 pm ' _I to vra
7:45 am Chlno Tsfani
4:00 pm 5:26 pm
Santa Ana, Anaheim, Downey ~
8:55 am and Norwalk 8:80 ami
11:15 am 2:15 pm
1:00 pm a* Buena Park, West a' 3:00 pm
6:10 pm Anaheim, West Orange 4:50 pm
('Downey only)
8:65 am| Newport Beach 4:50 pm
'8:65 am a Loa Alamltos a 4:50 pm
9:45 ami Brawley, Imperial. 6:30 am
»:15 pm El Centro. Calexlco 6:55 pm
9:05 ami San Pedro-Compton • 11:45 am
8.30 pm » i*Vla Long Beach) 6:35 pm
9:05 am Long Beach-Compton 11:45 am
3:30 pm ('Via San Pedro) 6:35 pm
9:05 am Santa Catallna Island | 6:35 pm
6:45 am "" 7:05 am
7:60 am Fernando • 8:40 am
1:45 pm 11:60 am
6:00 pm ('Motor) 7:36 pm
9:30 pm 8:00 pm
8:30 am a ChaUworth Park. (See a 3:46 pm
note). (Note— and from
I River station only.) ■'-; ■"■
All trains dally except those marked as fol
lows: "a" Sundays excepted; "b" Sundays
only^ .
SANTA FE
Leave [ | Arrive
Eastern— California Limited. '
10:00 am dally, Chicago via Denver 6:00 pa
and' Kansas City
Overland Express—Dally "'
1:00 pm Chicago via Denver and 8:30 an
Kansas City .
Eastern Express Dally
7:30 am Chicago via Denver and 7:06 ant
Kansas City |
~—~~ Tourist Flyer— Dally -————.
9:00 am Chicago via Denver and 8^35 ami
Kansas City [
-"~~~" Kite Shaped—Going via '
1:30 am Pasadena. Return via 6:30 pm!
Santa Ana canyon
7:35 am "~~ *~ T10:00 am
8:30 am Redlands via Pasadena 1:00 pm
2:00 pm 5:40 pn»
4:30 pro ____________________________ 7:40 pn»
7:30" am Redlands via Orange 10:35 ami
10:55 am _____________________^ 6:30 pm
I 1:00 pm
7:35 am Riverside via Pasadena 6:40 pm
7:30 ami I 7:05 pni
10:55 am Riverside via Orange 10:35 am
6:05 pm _________________________ 6:30 pra
7:30 am 7:05 am
10:55 am Corona via Orange - 10:35 am
6:05 pm 6:30 pm
7:30 am ~~~~ I 7:05 am
10:55 am Ban Bernardino via Orange 10:35 am
6:05 pm 6130 pm
7:35 am " 8:30 am
8:30 am 10:00 am
10:00 am Ban Bernardino via Pasa- 4:00 pr
-2:00 pm dena 6:40 pm
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
6:45 pm
8:00 pm 7:40, rm
8:56 am 6:65 am
2:15 pm Santa Ana 8:23 am
6:05 pm • 1:00 pm
11:55 pm[ 6:15 pm
"7:30 am ~"| 6:55 am
8:65 am . 7:06 am
JO:PS am Fuller trn, Anaheim, j 8:25 am
2:15 pm Orange 10:35 ami
5:06 pm 1:00 pml
ll:6s_pm - 6:30 prq
7~35~am San Jaclnto, Elslnoro, Me- I 0:35 am]
10:65 am met and Marietta 8:30 pm)
10:26 am Redondo 4:M pmj
J:l6 pm ~~~~ Escondldo " 1:00 pm
6:65 am Fallbrook 6:15 pm
8 .".3 am Ban Diego and 4:66 am
2:15 pm Coronado Beaoh 1:00 pm)
11:55 pm Surf Line 6:15 pm
7:30 am Randsburs; 7:05 am
1:00 pml Searchlight and Chloride 7:0» am
1:00 pm Beatty. Rhyollte. Ooldn»14 IV) an
and Tonopah „ J
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