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NEWS FROM NEARBY CITIES
PASADENA
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OFFICE, SO WISST COljOtt\DO STREET. Tbonn 2627.
FAVOR HIGHER SALARIES
FOR PASADENA TEACHERS
Board of Education Reappoints
Staff and Recommends Ad
■ ditions in Division Heads
PASADENA, May 18. — Sentiment
among the board of education members
last night seemed to be in favor of the
proposed increase of salaries for kin
dergarten and grammar school teach
ers, although no definite action was
taken in the matter. Superintendent
Hamilton will compile a schedule of
salaries in California towns comparing
in size with Pasadena and present the
same to a meeting of the board next
that salaries here should be as large as
elsewhere, if not larger.
The present corps of teachers was re
nominated for next year, subject to
acceptance by the teachers not later
than June 1. A recommendation creat
ing two new positions was indorsed,
and nominations made to fill the same,
as follows: F. L. Thurston as assistant
in the commercial department and Miss
Georgia B. Wilson as assistant in tho
musical department. The creation of
other additional departments is being
considered —a physical director with A.
Claude Braden as a candidate, and an
instructor in the model office of the
commercial department, with Miss
Anna Wood of San Francisco as as- j
pirant.
A petition with the signatures of 104
teachers was presented to the board by i
a committee of twenty in support of the
salary increase. Statistics were fur
nished showing that living expenses in
Pasadena in many instances are higher
than in Los Angeles. A conservative
estimate placed the cost at $808 a year,
making no allowance for expense dur
ing vacation periods. The present
salaries are $675 for nine months for
kindergarten directors, $585 for assist
ants and $900 for grammar grade
teachers.
PASADENANS WILL BRAVE
THREATENED COMET VISIT
PASADENA. May 18.—Despite the
expected visit of Halley's comet's tail
today, the Redondo Boosters' brigade
is scheduled to parade the downtown
streets of this city at 10:30 o'clock this
morning, heaed by the Redondo band.
A concert will be given in Library
park from 1 to 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The Women's Relief Corps Thimble
society will brave tho gases of the sky
tourist and hold an all-day meeting
with Mrs. Biehle, 1277 Pintoresca drive.
The Women's Union Label league
will flirt with fate by holding an old
fashioned bean supper in Carpenters'
hall this evening from 6 to 7 o'clock.
declaring that they have no fear of the
fiery visitor.
WORK ON STORM DRAIN
PASADENA, May 18.—The city
council took the first step toward
actually constructing the storm drain
on Walnut street and Broadway with
a feeder on Elevado drive, when the
resolution of intention to construct the
same was read for the first time at
yesterday's meeting. The project will
cost $150,000, and it is expected that
the work will be completed in time to
care for the Btorm water the coming
winter, thus ridding the business sec
tion of the small lakes heretofore
formed after heavy rains. The money
for construction will be raised by an
assessment district covering prac
tically the entire city north of Cali
fornia street. It is planned to con
strt'et a storm drain on the east side
next year.
REDLANDS WINS AT QUOITS
PASADENA, May 18.—The quoit
championship of Southern California.
was decided here yesterday when tho
Redland.s team defeated the team from
Long Beach by a score of GB2 points to
626 points. Each team had previously
defeated the other on their respective
home grounds, and they came here to
play off the tie. The match yesterday,
figured According to games, would have
been tied, each team taking twenty
games. The score of the three series
show 3 Redlands eight games, or 1-1
points, ahead. On the Redlands team
were Milligan, Goodloe, Lyon, Bernhart,
Tinman, Herd, Miller and Dewey. The
Long Beach players were Elmore, Ber
gen, Weller, Harper, Pore, Holliday,
Knox and McDermoU.
MACOMBER REPUDIATES STORY
PASADEI.'A, May 18.—The short
visit of A. Kingsley MacomLier and
family in Pasadena last week, on their
return trip to Europe, where tiny will
pass the summer, revived the airship
rumors set afloat lust winter to the
effect that Maeomber had purchased a
Latham monoplane and would exhibit
it in this city. The report la now
denied as is also the statement that
his brother-in-law, Harry Harkness,
PASADENA CLASSIFIED
FOR SALE
MONEY TO LOAN
GET IT FROM QAUT.
Any Bum —current rate.
JAS. 11. GAUT & CO.,
219 Chamber of Com., Pasadena
5-14-lmo
PASA. TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
NEW FIREPROOF STORAGE WARE
house for household (roods and automobiles.
Office, 6S S. BROADWAY. E-18-lm
L. R. CHEW'S ART STORE
pjCIIjiSisOSJD^FRA^INQ^XcIAJSIVELTT
36 years' experience. Vls.tors welcome. 185
EAST COLORADO BTRKBT. 4-22-1 mo
PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL
ITE7^' VSEWEir~BUIIreS AND |l;
Indies', 860. 154 N. FAIR OAKS AVB.
4-24-Imo
THE CAFETERIA
THIS 18 CAFETERIA WEATHER; choap
tr to eat /here than at home. 199 EAST
COLORADO STREET. »■'"■»
REGULATION BOWLING ALLEYS
AT MYERS". 14 EAST COLORADO
New »nd roomy; clean and oooL
|-15-lmo
Circulation Dtpt.
Home 1643.
Stuuet 21«0
son of the oil magnate. L. V. Harkm-ss,
would bring several machines of that
type to Pasadena and mnko flights at
Tournament park on New Year's day.
PASADENA NEWS NOTES
PASADENA, May IS.—Miss Imogene
Hubinger and Walter W. Witts were
married last evening at the First Meth
odist church in the presence of a num
ber <>f friends, Rev. Matt S. Hughes j
officiating. The bride is a daughter of
Dr. and Mrs A. J. Hubingor, 53:! South
Euclid avenue, and the bridegroom is
connected with the Ganahl Lumber
company of Los Angeles.
Dr. Daniel F. Fox of the First Con
gregational church has been selected to
deliver the Memorial Sunday sermon.
May 29, in his church.
The directors of the Children's Train-
Ing society have appropriated the $3000
proceeds from the bazaar of nations
and vaudeville, held recently at Hotel
Maryland, to the payment of the debt
on the children's nursery, making the
building free from lncumbrance.
Friends of Charles S. Thompson, prin
cipal of the Washington school, have
placed him in nomination for county
superintendent on the Republican tick
ii. appealing especially io vie Lincoln-
Roosevelters to support him.
PASADENA BUILDING ITEMS
PASADENA, May 18.—The building
permit record for this month promises
to exceed May of last year if the $160,
--000 permit for Throop institute. Issued
a year ago, is not considered in the to
tal. The total for last May, exclusive
of the Throop permit, was $161,000, and
the amount issued this month to date
is $134,639. .Permits amounting- to $11,
Gi>s were issued yesterday as follows:
William Rose. 1733 North Raymond
avenue, one-story six-room frame bun
galow at 1245 Stevenson avenue, J. W.
West contractor, $2000.
fD. Clay, addition to house, 32
ter street, A. Rossiter contractor,
C. Mason, frame barn, 965 Lincoln
ue, $500.
N. Post, altertaions and additions
to residence, 285 Bellefontaine street,
$1000.
Mrs. Mary Briggs, alterations to
house, 646 Mentor avenue, $125.
W. A. Love, addition to house, 1126
Charvalolx street, $200.
Shilling & Luce, contractors, took out
permits for the following persons: Mrs.
J. D. Stembaur, one-story six-room
frame bungalow, 1110 Sunset avenue,
$1SOO; same at 1118 Sunset avenue,
$2000; Sarah A. Burhans, one-story six
room frame bungalow and barn, 733
Maple street, $2340; Isaac Maxon, one
story six-room frame bungalow, 1557
North El Mollno avenue, $1400; Mrs.
Sarah F. Miller, repairs to house 745
Huntington terrace, $120.
Indian motorcycles, 30 W. Colorado street.
AMATEUR CONDUCTORS
TO LEAD ITALIAN BAND
VENICE, May 17.—Prof. Manfred!
Chlaffarelli, leader of the Venice band,
will retire into obscurity next Saturday
night to make room for amateur con
ductors of his popular musical organ
ization. Prominent citizens will take
over the direction of the band for the
open air concert that night, while
Chlaffarelli Will only be allowed to
look on.
Men successful in business and as
city officials, but yet to be proved suc
cessful as conductors, will wield the
leader's baton and attempt to win some
of the applause that greets the players
at every rendition of a number. Class
ical and popular music, with a religious
strain or two, will make up the pro
gram. The leaders, according to the
management, have not been selected
because of their knowledge of music,
but only for their openly expressed ap
pr<Klation of it.
Dr. C. S. Bentley, Abbot Kinney com
pany secretary and expert judge of
fish and their habits, will attempt tn
aid the band in Interpreting the wed
ding march from "Lohengrin;" Fred
K. MoCarver, head of the Venice cham
ber of commerce, will make an effort to
ride through to great applause on the
sextette from "Lucia"; Howard S.
Lorenz, youngest city trustee in Cali
fornia, will preside over the "Pilgrim's
Chorus," and for an encore has agreed
to guide the band through the "Holy
City," with variations; H. B. Eakins,
city trustee and one of the proprietors
of the Venice garage, will pilot the
players in "My Merry Oldsmobile;"
Richard B. Dwyer, bachelor hardware
dealer and former lieutenant of
marines, will flirt with "The Merry
Widow;" Cashier C. Y. Burns of the
Abbot Kinney company will ask the
audience "Has Anybody Here Seen
Kelly?" meanwhile swinging a little
music shillalah; William A. Rennle, jus
tice of the peace, city recorder and
editor of the Venice Vanguard, will
utilize his blue pencil to drive the band
en the "Good Government Victory
March;" Byron C. Hanna, city attorney
hi' Ocean Park and one of the promising
young lawyers of Los Angeles, will
argue and plead with the musicians to
induce them to play "My Wife's Gonu
to the Country," and as a climax to the
program Chief of Police John H. Par
rent, largest official of this title in the
west, will command the band while it
is stepping along with the "American
Patrol." Flourishing a large billy for
a baton, Chief Parrent, who weighs 287
pounds, is expected to make the biggest
lilt of the evening.
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WILL CONFINE FIREWORKS
TO SAND AT OCEAN PARK
OCEAN PARK, May 17.—The beach
sands will be the only place here where
and sane. Fourth will not be ob
si rved, as tho result of action taken by
the city board of trustees,, Mrs. w. H.
Anderson, acting for the women's clubn
of the beach, requested the board to
enforce tho old ordinance requiring fire
works to be discharged only on the
Bond, and the police have been in
structed to see that the law is compiled
with. Tho ordinance was adopted In
1904, but has never been enforced
This action of the rity hoard corre
sponds with that "i the Santa Monica
city council recently, when the police
of that city were instructed to enforce
the fireworks ordinance, following a
campaign mado for a sane Fourth by
the women's clubs. The discharge of
firecrackers and rockets and other noisy
Independence day exploslvos will this
year be confined to tho beach sand
from the Santa Monica canyon on the
north, south to the Ocean Park city
limits, so that those people leeklltg the
bay cities as a refuge will obtain ii if
they go no nearer the water than tho
concrete ocean front promenade.
LOS ANGELES lIEKALD: WEDNESDAY MOJINING, MAY 18, 1010.
LONG BEACH
CIKCin^ATION ÜBPAHTHIWT
i Pine at. Mom* 260; Sunaet Sill.
CORKESPONDENT
tlnme 485: Sunart 1151.
CIVIC BODY INDORSES
MUNICIPAL TRACK PLAN
Long Beach Chamber of Com
merce Will Ask Council for
Franchise Legislation
LONG BEACH, May 17.—The cham
ber of commerce last night approved
and adopted the report of its railroad
and harbor committees, favoring the
building and maintenance of a munici
pal railroad track around the east side
of the Long Beach harbor and along
Wator and Clark streets.
The raaolutiun wiii be presented io
the council at its meeting Friday night,
when some action may be taken. It
recommends that franchises be granted
to railroads wishing to connect with
the municipal tracks provided the fran
chises are made subject to an agree
ment that the same rates will be given
between the harbor and other points
as are given from other harbor point 3
in Los Angeles county.
It is suggested also that the city en
ter into an agreement with one of the
railroad companies to do the switching
from the city docks, under conditions
to be approved by the city council.
EDUCATION BOARD TO MEET
AND SELECT SCHOOL SITE
LONG BEACH, May 17.—At the
high school tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock the board of education will
meet to consider the question of se
lecting a site for the proposed Poly
technic high school. County Super
intendent Keppel called this meeting
as soon as the money was paid into
the county treasurer by the company
which bought the bonds.
At this time the members of the
board must agree unanimously on a
site or must submit the most favored
sites to a vote of the people, this being
the alternate method provided for by
the school law.
It was proposed at a meeting of the
chamber of commerce directors last
night that an advisory board of three
be selected to advise with the board
of education regarding the building of
the new school. This matter will be
considered Thursday, when the board
will meet with the directors.
JOURNALIST BUYS GOAT
LONG BEACH, May 17.—George
Bingham, a local newspaper man, this
morning bought an Angora goat which
was sold at auction at the city pound.
The goat was garnered in accidentally
last week by the dogcatchers. Bing
ham paid $1.50 for the goat and later
sold it to Plre Chief Shrewtrury for $2.
Another newspaper representative was
butted out of the fire hall by the goat
a half hour later. The goat is to be
broken of that habit, however.
RESENTS STEALING CHARGE
LONG BEACH, May 17.—Angered
because he was accused of stealing the
other man's chickens is given as the
reason for an alleged assault made by
George Law last night on J. C. Ra
mous. Law, who is said to have
knocked down the other man and to
have threatened him with a shotgun,
pleaded guilty this morning to a
charge of assault. Law claims the
chicken-stealing charge -was unjust
and nettled him.
INSURANCE WORKERS TO PICNIC
LONI ' BEACH, May 17.—The Pacific
Mutual Life Insurance company's of
flciais and employes will come from
Los Angeles June 8 to hold their an
nual picnic in this city. They will en
joy a banquet at the Virginia hotel.
Last year the insurance company plc
nlc party numbered 200, and more are
expected this year.
NAME DATE OF BANQUET
LONG BEACH, May 17.—As the date
for the banquet to be given by the
chamber of commerce of this city to
the officials of the Southern California
Edison company, May 25 has been
chosen. The banquet will be held at
Hotel Virginia. The toastmaster and
speakers will be announced later.
SAN BERNARDINO
Office at Brad's, 398 Third St.
Phones: Home MO; Sunset Main 380.
BLACKSMITH KILLED IN
FIGHT WITH OFFICER
SAN BERNARDINO, May 17.—Dave
Allison, a local blacksmith, was shot
to death in front of the Stewart hotel
by Bert Mcc, a special officer of the
Santa Fo and a former policeman.
The death of Allison ends the feud that
has been raging between the two men
for many months, and which began
two years ago when Mcc served a war
rant on Allison for fighting.
The feud broke out tonight with in
creased fury when Allison stepped up
to Mop, who was standing at the cor
ner of Third and B streets with his
mother, and blew cigar smoke in his
face, remarking, It is said: "What do
you know about chicken stealing?"
An encounter followed. Men drew
his revolver, which was knocked in the
air by a bystander and discharged.
The two men were then arrested by
the police.
Meo was released on his own recogni
zance and Allison under $50 bail. Less
than an hour later Allison came up
behind Meo in front of tho Stewart
Hotel block and struck him on the side
of the head. Mcc swung around with
his revolver and emptied five shots
into Allison's body, nearly all of the
bullets reaching a vital spot.
As Allison fell Mcc gave himself up
to bystanders and went with them to
tho county Jail, where he is held.
The death of Allison ends the career
of one. of the desperadoes of the city
who for years has figured In 111 <- police
court for participation in rows.
Mcc is a member of one of the oldest
and most highly respected families of
the city and has always borne a good
reputation. ;-.i
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IF I FAIL TO CURE ANY CANCER or TUMOR
I TREAT BEFORE IT POISONS DEEP GLANDS
WITHOUT KNIFE OR PAIN-jl^^.
A VEGETABLE PLASTER. iW^B^*^^
NO PAY UNTIL CURED ¥ M
5000 CURED, SWORN TO. f-. „_,,_ <§&
People you can fee and I 53* -JEj ' VS.
talk to, Judges. Law- O *W* ¥XJv
yen, Dri and Ministers I / All
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ANYTuMORAUMPorSORE \ "_ J/
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$ MONTHS IS CANCER. V •". 1
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with testimonials. *W W?>/ J\
Hundreds cured after K[-X^/^^SS^
operations failed. PoorMrfCTfl —
cured at half price. "^-^^JS /£lnZ.+
GANGER IN WOMAN'S BREAST
Begins a small lump and If neglected
It always poisons deep In armpit, and
PROVES FATAL QUICKLY. Address
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' 244 4 SOUTH BROADWAY, ROOM 3.
Hours 10 to 4. Phone Main 6639. Sanl
tarlum. Temple 401.
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of three lints.
The Herald reserves the r!«M to re
vise advertisements and to rejeot or omit
and refund the amount paid. .
Report promptly to the classified man
ager failure to get returns or experlenoe
with fraudulent or dishonest advertiser*.
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THE WEATHER
__^ LOS ANOELES, May 17. l»10._
Time.|Barom.|Therr|Hum| WlndJVlojWeather.
6a.m. I 30.00 159189 [NW 3 I Cloudy.
sp. m.| 30.01 I 64 I 88 I SW |12 | Clear.
Maximum temperature, 72.
Minimum temperature, 58.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
SAN FRANCISCO, May 17—The following
maximum and minimum temperatures are re
ported from eastern stations for previous day:
Chicago, 88-58; New York, 68-60; Omaha, 86-64.
FORECAST
For Southern California—Fair Wednesday;
light north wind, changing to south.
For San Francisco and vicinity—Fair Wednes
day, with fog In the afternoon; light south
wind, changing to west.
For Santa Clara valley—Fair Wednesday;
fog In morning; light north wind; continued
warm.
For Sacramento valley—Fair Wednesday; not
so warm; light south wind.
For Sam Joaquln valley—Fair Wednesday;
continued warm; light north wind.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
BRIGHTWELL-MTLLBR — Walter C.
Brightwell. aged 22, and Minnie Miller,
aged 27; natlvee of Missouri and Kansas;
residents of Long Beaoh and Topeka.
ADAMS - ■WICKHAM — Walter S. Adams,
aged 83. and Ulllan M. Wlckham, aged
25; natives of Asia and New York; both
residents of Pasadena.
Me LEAN-PARSONS —Percy R. McLean,
aged 24. and Ruby I. Parsons, aged 22;
natives of Minnesota; both residents »f
Monrovia.
MITCHELXrJOHNSON —Leslie W. Mitchell,
aged 26. and Gertrude C. Johnson, aged
23; natives of Australia and California;
residents of Venice and Oakland.
HEARD-BENNETT— Harry P. Heard, aged
2S, and Pearl A. Bennett, aged 21; natives
"of Arkansas and Tennessee; both residents
of Lob Angeles.
GAMBA-PETERSON —John (Jamba, aged
21, and Myrtle Mac Peterson, aged 18;
natives of Arizona and OTegon; both res
idents of Lob Angeles.
GUYER-SMITH —Chester M. Guyer, aged
38, and Alena Smith, aged 24; natives of
lowa and Arkansas; both residents of
Santa Barbara.
ETRAWN-HOUSTON —Boyrt F. etrawn. aged
22, and Theodora M. Houston, aged 26;
natives of Illinois and California; both
residents of Los Angeles.
STURGEON-BONSACK—Jesse E. Sturgeon,
aged 36. and Milda M. Bonsack. aged 24;
natives of Missouri and Illnols; both res
idents of Los Angeles.
NELSON-RICE —Peter Nelson, aged 21, and
Grace W. Rice, aged 16; natives of Den
mark and California; both residents of
Los Angeles.
BURT-HANSON—Albert A. A. Burt, aged
86. and Nellie Hanson, aged 34; natives
of Ohio and Sweden; both residents of Los
Angeles.
r\ INTER-BABBITT —William E. Talnter,
aged 40, and Ella M. Babbitt, agml -i;
natives of Illinois and South Dakota,
residents of Los Angeles and Inglewood.
HANLIN-WILKINSOH —Samuel Z. Hanlln,
aged 27. and Alice L. Wilkinson, aged
27; natives of Pennsylvania and Califor
nia; both residents of El Centre
SMITH-MACE —Ellsworth H. Smith, aged
'21. and Mabel M. Mace, aged Hi; natives
of' California; residents of Nordhoff and
Azu. aa.
MORGAN-LANGDON—Charles C. Morgan,
aged 23. and Inez L. Langdon, aged li*.
natives of Kentucky and California; both
residents of Los Angeles.
ST'jcKiX(}-fiPBSCER-Clark B. Stocking,
aged 70. and Olive M. 'Spencer, aged 69;
natives of Michigan; both residents of Los
U()Va>'-BKNKER—Edward E. Lord, aged
31, and Olive L. Bunker, aged 23; na
tive* of Massachusetts and California;
both residents of Lo 9 Angeles.
■vVli.r.L-KN-VAN ALSTINE—David -vVllburn,
aged 23. and Frances Van Alstine. aged
l'j; natives of Texas and Arizona; resi
dents of Raton, N. M.. and Tucson, Ariz
WARD-KUOGLES— Ramonrt It. Ward aged
1\ and Anna M. Rugglel, at-'crt Hi na
tives of California; both resident! of U»
KEEH <N C-T>ORANn -Michael K.-rhn. aged
30 and Minnie Dorand. aged 3o; natives
of Kansas and Illinois; both residents of
Lob Angeles.
DEATHS
ONG—Gortrufie Ong. California hospital, age
H, native "f Indiana; •epUcaemla.
HUSTON -Charlotte Huston. 130 Welt Thir
tieth street, age 38, native of Iowa; tub.r-
IJVKND ALE—Gustave Llvendale, 631 Com
monwealth avenue, age 38, native of Sweden;
rupture.
HIJNT-Albert Hunt, county hospital, age 33,
native of Finland; tuberculosis.
OLBEN Anna 1 llM'n, county hospital, age 24.
native "i 1 Missouri; tufcerculi I
McCLURO -Alralra B. MoClurg, county hon
pltaJ, ag« M, native of California; burned
MATTHEWS— CharIes F. Matthews, 2ir,u Val
!.,i. ag< -'7. 1 itlve of Nebrueka; luln-r
-eulo
MnCORMACK- Harry E. McCormaolc 2124
North Broadway, age 10, native of Iowa;
diabetes. < v ' • '
MARCOTTT—Frank Maroottl. 408 Bouchei
street, ago 21, native of California; ■ alco
holism.
PURDY—Julett Purdy, Hame sanitarium, ag\
83, native of New York; old age.
SHOPBELTi-Mamle Shopbell, Good Bamarlta»,
hospital, ago 89, native of Missouri; shock.
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GIRLS
KERSCHNEn—To Elbort and Louise Kersch.
ner, 1159 East Thirty-third street.
FOX-To Jacob and Ina Fox, 129 South Han
cock street.
SLATER-To Paul and Susie Slater, Wilmlng.
ton.
BOYS
JOHNSON—To Vecktor and Othilla Johnson,
143 West Thirty-third street.
MORROW—To William Wl Nancy Morrow,
Wilmington.
LIPPING—To Charles and Mary Lipping, Wll
mlnKton.
CEMETERIES . --. -
"itIOLJrYWOOD^EMETERY"
Rolling lawns, trees, shrubbery and beauti
ful lakes.
MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT
Situated In the most beautiful section ot
Southern California, the Ideal location Just
Inside Los Angeles city limit*.
Uelrose and Colegrove car lines to grounds.
A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT
AIISI. 208 Laughlln Uldg. Main 301.
Cemetery phone* 8D055; Hollywood Hi.
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
Hie !<>• Angeles Cemetery association,
Boyle Heights, near city limits. Operated
Bnder perpetual charter from Los Angeles
lily. Modern cbapel and crematory.
Office, 839 Bradbury Bldg.
Phones—Main 6J»| AS4U6.
Cemetery—Home D 1083» Boyle 9.
s-s-iim
ROSEDALE CEMETERY"
An endowed memorial park, noted tor Its
natural beauty: endowment fund for per
petual care, over 1250.000; modern receiv
ing vault, chapel, crematory and columbar
ium; accessible. City office. SUITE SO3-»0»
EXCHANGE BLDO.. N. K. cor. Third and
Hill sts. Phone* Main 90S; AS62O. Cemetery
office. 1811 W. Washington st. Phones 7ISSS.
West SO. s-S-Um
WHEELED VEHICLES
AUTOMOBILES
NATIONAL
AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE
Successors to
MANHATTAN
AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
1226-28 South Olive Street
—Home F5835, Main 1366
Automobiles, new and slightly used, all
makes, bought, sold and exchanged.
Cars sold on 5 per cent commission basis.
Some of our special bargains—New 1910
Mitchell, new 1910 Stoddard-Dayton, slightly
used Chalmers 30. Chalmers 40 roadster,
Cadillac 30, Regal 80, Studebaker E. M. F.
30 Auburn 30. 6-cyllnder 7-passenger Thom
as, 6-cyllnder Stevens-Duryea, Autocar,
Kissel Kar. Baker electric, Waverley elec
tric, Hudson JO, Hupmoblle and fifty others.
Come In and see us In our new quarters.
Practically new 7-passenger Steams. 60
-horsepower; price, *2500.
D-14-lt
FOR SALE-1909. « CYLINDER, 7-PASSEN
GEIt THOMAS TOURING CAR. LOOKS
AND RUNS LIKE NEW. EQUIPPED WITH
MOHAIR TOP. GLASS FRONT, SPEED
OMETER, NEW TIRES. MAGNETO, STOR
AGE BATTERY, EXTRA CASING. INNER
TUBES, WEEP CHAINS. WE GUARAN
TEE THE CONDITION OF THIS MACHINE
TO BE PERFECT. WE WANT A CASH
OFFER FOR THIS CAR. TELEPHONE
MAIN 1366. HOME F6835. SEE MR. BELL.
1228 S. OLIVE ST. B-14-7t
FOR SALE—TOURIST AUTOMOBILE. FOUR
cylinder, 40-horse power, B-passenger; a bar
train If sold ct once. Address T. J. GOLD
ING. Herald office. 6-1-tf
FOR EXCHANGE
REAL ESTATE '^r;
FOR EXCHANGE — 1 HATE A CLEAR
lot at Redondo, 8 blocks from city ball,
facing; the ocean i One for apartment* or
hotel; street work all In; gat. electricity
anil sewers fine view of the ocean l would
trade for lot at Hnntlngton Park. Glen
dale or city. Lot valued at (900; make
offer. OWNER, box 864. Herald office.
Pasadena for Los Angeles
We make a specialty of exchanges between
the two cities. List with us and get good
results. Write or phone t
CITIZENS REALTY CO.
300 Chamber of Commerce,
Both phones—4lo. Pasadena.
S-14-18-21-25-28—
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLEAR LOT
la Oolton that I will trade for diamonds,
furniture, auto, or what hate yon? Ad
dress BOX 68«. HsQld. »-11-tf
WILL TRADE STOCK IK BISHOP CREEK
Gold company and other mining stock for
stock In California Wave Motor company
(Reynolds). BOX 242. Herald. 6-»l-tt
FOR EXCHANGE— GOOD 45-70 RIFLE
for a good shotgun, or what have you? Ad
dress BOX 202. Herald. 4-28-tf
CHURCH NOTICES
Christian Science Services
Second Church of Christ, Scientist
At the church edifice on West Adams
street near Hoover. Services Sunday, 11
a. m. and 8 p. m.; sermon from the
Christian Science Quarterly, subject.
"Soul and Body;" Sunday school 11 a.
m. Wednesday evening meeting at 8
o'clock. Reading room, 704 Herman W.
Hellman Building, Spring and Fourth
streets, open daily, Sundays excepted.
from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 5-16-7
PENIEL HALL. 127 8. MAIN. NOON PitAY
or meeting dally; goapel meeting every
night. »-'-«'"°
PATENTB —PATENT ATTORNEYS
PIONUUIi PATENT ASJBNCX. tiAISAUD *
6TKAUBS. ESTABLISHED 32 VUAHs
Oldest a{-~icy In Southern California.
American and foreign patents secured and
trade marks registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 639 Citizens National B»uk
Building, Third and Main. Home AH»J;
Main 2581. PATENT BOOK FREE.
J-S-tt
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS. ALL COUN
tries. A. H. LIDUERS, patent lawyer and
solicitor, Gl2 Trust bldg.. cor. Id and Spring.
11-6- tl
NO PATENT. NO PAY. ATTORNEY FEE
cut >4. S. G. WELLS, 534 Germain bids.
™ r.-ir, tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—WOOiT'IaF RUG; ON WAY FROM
Alhnmlira Sunday evening; discovered lobs
on W. 7th st. Finder please phone D 2237.
A. RATHER, 430 Citizens' Bank bldg. 5-18-1
LOST -ON SATURDAY, MAY 14, A LADY'S
(Old bracelet. Finder will please return to
Natlck house, and receive reward. 5-17-2
BUSINESS PERSONALS
■ ■ - -»
MRS. MASSON. THE NOTED LONDON
palmist. 123 a. SPRING, over Owl drug
store. 11-3S-tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
BARGAIN'S IN BODA FOUNTAIN! paci
fic COAST SODA FOUNTAIN FACTORY,
133 E. Fourth Bt. 5-15-lmo
' DENTISTS
In.. u.»(_ll.a.ir£lvr«u6-*uti Jiaje.iic Thsatst
bide., M* ft. Uiiwajr. itttMlii Mala sol*.
1-UU
SEWING MACHINES
WHITE BBWING MACIUNUi CO.. -NOW
permanently Jooated at 111 8. Broadway. U
WANTED
','■ HELP—MALM
*[ IWMH |m|||| „, II , ■ ——*
WANTEn-MEN. BY LARGE CONTRACTINO
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
CONTRACTINO COMPANY, 447 Paclflo Klec
trio Bids. ■ 4-SO-tf
•WANTED—MAN FOR POSITION ON CITY
routes; must have some cash and best of
reference; position will, pay 1125 per month.
Bee MR. McKAY. Herald. 5-14-tf
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN. UK
KINS MOTOR CAR CO. 1026 S. Olive st.
5-18-2
WANTED—ITALIAN SHOE SHINER FOR
barber shop. 424 E. Fifth st. 5-17-8
. . HELP—FEMALB
WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR LIGHT
housework; no children or washing. Call
at 138 WEST 60TH ST., or phone SOUTH
6197 this morning. 5-17
-• t
LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STEADY
or evening*! can stamp transfer, $1.60
do*, upward; original, reliable firm. Room
114 MASON BLOOm 228 W. Fourth
9-18-
WANTED— GIRL TO BOARD,
from 5 to 10 years old, whose mother has
to work: good, plain home and good care.
Call Eaat 1756. __. 6-18-1
.HELP—MALE OR FEMALE
WANTED— LADIES. BEAUTY CUL
ture; pay big; learn right. FLORENTINE
ii a iof»T»ij;cwfvrj ■ C"*LI_EQE, 7,'Or!^'?
largest. 227 Mercantile place, corner Broad
way. ' 616
WANTED— MEN #ND WOMEN TO LBAH.N
' tae barber tr*<*; guaranteed In eight
week*. Cat*. »<u* free. MOHLBR BAR
BER COLLEUB. 11l B. Beoond at. T-l-tf
WANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ON
commission to build up business for life.
616 Chamber of Commerce bldg. 6-7-tf
AGENTS
STEADY WORK FOR GOOD SOLICITORS.
HANSSLER'S STUDIOS, 107 N. Spring st.,
1914 S. Flgueroa st. 6-15-6t
SIT CATIONS—MALE
WANTED—SITUATION. BY YOUNG MAN 19
years of age. Willing to do most anything,
but would prefer clerking. Address J. F.
X., care 718 East Second St., Long Beach.
Cal. ' 4-16-tf
BETHLEHEM FREB EMPLOYMENT
ageiis>,, 610 Vlgnes street. Main 5736;
Horn* A4SB4. Men 'or housecleanlng.
yarl work and general labor. 8-14-tf
EXPERIENCED BOOKEEPER AND
clerk, now employed, desires to change;
willing to leave town. Address BOX 237
Herald. 6-10-tf
WANTED—A POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER
and cashier; double entry. Address HELEN
SCHONEN, Box 609, Ocean Park, Cal.
6-17-3
SIT UATIONS—FEMALE
WANTED-A HOME WITH A LIBERAL
minded Individual who has advanced ideas,
clean thoughts, educated In thought culture,
environment to be music, large grounds,
trees, shrubbery, flowers, by middle-aged
lady. References. Address MRS. E. F.
GREEN, 1023 E. 49th St., Los Angeles, Cal.
6-11-7
WANTED— PERMANENT POSITION BY
bookkeeper, typewriter and cashier, 16 years'
experience; reference*. Address BOX 8556,
Herald. 4-19-tf
SITUATIONSMALE AND FEMALE
WANTED— IN PRIVATE HOUSB,
$10 month, room and board, while attend
ing school; school hour* from 1 to 6 p. m.
P. O. BOX 147. City. t-IT-M
HOUSES—FURNISHED
WANTED—
FURNISHED HOUSES
Three or f>ur 6 to 8-room furnished houses,
north of Pico, east of Hoover. We have
some Al renters who are depending on us
for their summer homes.
FRENCH-McREYNOLDS REALTY CO.
721-722 Brynon Block
Phone A 6640. 5-18-1
WANTED—TO PURCHASE STOCK
WANTED—
Stock In the Los Angeles Investment com
pany; any amount up to $40,000 at 13 a share.
Q. F.i care Globe Savings Bank.
= 4-27-tf
TO PURCHASE—MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FkaThlh
b«ds. 768 SAN PEDRO of. ?hoaes
r«o<l: Main 110*. 11-IT-tt
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED— HAND FILE CASES
for card system and document file; must be
modern and In good order. BOX 221, Her
ald. 6-5-tf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LAWS ON DOMESTIC RELATIONS. ARE
you in trouble? See us. Strictly confi
dential. Consultation free. Probate mat
terB, estates, damage suits, accounts, col
lections, etc. -
GUARANTY ADJUSTMENT CO.
324 BRADBURY BUILDING.
Southeast Corner Third and Broadway
6-13-lmo
COST IN DIVORCE SUITS $12; MARRIAGE
laws explained. Come and talk It over.
Consultation free. Hour* 8 to 5; evenings.
7 to 8; Sundays. 11 to 12. 321 Bryson
Block. 5-11-4 mo
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS — PERSONAL
Injury claims specialty; es«it»* settled. J.
W. MACY. 538 Douglas bid*;. Phones A 8533.
Main 8633. tf
E. U. WITTB, NOTARY PUBLIC—PEN
■Ion papers, wills. Insurance and colleo*
t;ons negotiated. 244 M S. BROADWAY.
::: ■■»', ' 1-19-U
DIVORCE LAWS OF NEVADA AND OTHER
states free on request. BOX 623, Goldneld,
Neva-la. 6-9-tf
STORAGE
LAKlitt PHI VATE, LOCKED, IKON ROOMS
for furniture, etc.; $1.60 and $2 per month.
Trunks, boxes, etc., 250 to 60c; open van*,
$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 8. Main st.
Warehouse 415-17 San Pedro st. phones
F2171; Main 1117. 1-16-tf
HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVED IN MOT'
em vans. Shipped, stored In clean ware
houses. Private rooms. Coal and wood.
EHATTUCK & NIMMO. Ninth and Ala
meda streets. '.-su-tu-w-fr-tf
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING
Painting, Paper Hanging, Tinting, Decorat
ing. Estimates; nail paper, paints. J. A.
I.IWhV * CO., 813 W. 3d. Bdwy. 1758.
r»2GO. 4-27-10
baths ; v;
SCIENTIFIC MABBAGB. CHIROPODISTS,
baths. JEAN LUNN. 510 S. Broadway.
> 1-IT-tf
BATHS AND~BLECTRicrTREATMBNT. lit
B. BROADWAY. ROOM 220. l-14-«mo
CEBSPOOLB
IMPERIAITcESSPOOL PUMPING CO.—WB
take out largest load. West 6196; 21040.
■ 1-10-tf
ABSAYING
4TOHjriIi;RMANr«B«H's. Main. Not aatls
faction, but accuracy guaranteed. 12-22-tf
. FOR RENT
aJpartmknt^lf^rnisiSd^and^
__^__ UNFURNISHED
Hotel Seville
782-734 S. FLOWER ST.
On* ot th* finest family hotel* In th* cliy.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heats
hot and cold water; alectrlo light*; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
Phone*; Main 8613; Mill «-l-tf
ROOMS—FURNISHED . ' -V'■■/..;
GIRARD HOUSE
115 B. THIRD %T.
100 all outside room*; 60 with private
bath; central location; elevator service;
steam heat; rates a* low as 915 month;
with private bath, 125. Main 2330; Horns
10861. • l-14-tt
ROOMS AND BOARD . '^ .-' *_.
SPLENDID ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TU
bercular patient wishing special diet and
cart P. O. BOX 121. Pasadena. 5-14-t
HOUSES—UNFURNISHED
FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED 4-ROOMB AND
bath; five minutes' walk from Broadwßy.
22;) N. GRAND. ' 6-14-T
OFFICES ■ '.-:■-'■
FOR «BNT—NICB BUNNY FRONT OF
flees on Broadway; large window* and
advertising spare; also smaller offices. In
quire room 4. 244 Mi S. BROADWAY.
1-IT-tt
STOREROOMS
STORK FOR RENT IN GROWING SUBURB
of Los Angeles; excellent opening for drug
store or dry goods and notions; three months'
rent free. 405 Mason Opera House bldji.
„ ... . ..„>.■■> • fi.iK.ifl.?t
PHYSICIANS
uIT7IICKOK~ DR. HICKOK.
SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN,
632 W. SIXTH ST.. SUITE 107.
Maternity home; confinements, with adop
tion If '■">lred. Absolute privacy. Moderate
charges.' Terms to suit. Examination free.
Hours 10 to 4; Sundays, 10 to 1. Phones—
FS23B. Broadwa/ 977«. . ; 4-19-U
DSL CROCKBH.
Specialist for Women.
Bamburger** Majestlo Theater Bulldlaa.
Absolut* privacy. Hour* It to 4.
CONSULT FRKB. Jf £J
11-:s-llra
DR. MARY R. HUTCHESON. NATUROPATH
and vital healer, treats all ailment*. 6323
•"IILADELPHIA ST. Consultation free.
4-12-tf
WOMAN'S HOSPITAJL
Obstetrics, surgical and medical cases. Term*
reasonable. 1245 South Flower. F4IM. »-U-ti
DR. TAYLOR. 117H S. MAIN ST. DlS
eases of women. 8-9-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
WANTED—LAND MORTGAGES; 40 TO 60
l>er cent of value loaned on Los Angeles real
estate. Use our own capital. Act quickly.
Low rates. No commission.
THE JOHN M. C. MARBLE
COMPANY
H. W. Hellman Building
6-15-16-18-3
MORTGAGE BUSINESS
EXCLUSIVELY
Any amount you want
$5 ) to $50.0*).
Lowest rates—city or country.
FRANK C. CURRY,
436 Byrne bldg., Third and Broadway.
Phones A7SWS. Main 2165. 6-l-<ma
MONEY TO LOAN. SECURED BY FIRST
and second mortgages on real estate. large
and tniall i amounts, or payable monthly.
Mortgages, trust deeds and contract* Issued
for the sale of real estate bought.
NOIJRBK A CO., 202-204 L. A. Trust JUKI*--.
Second and Spring. Both phone*. U
MONEY TO LOAN
$60,000 to loan oa real estate, city or coun
. try, 6 to J per cent, amount* to *ult.
MOVER * GILBERT, 102 H. W. Hellmaa
Bldg. Home phone Aki>27; Main *474
-10-1-tt
■A)-ART LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS.
See US before you borrow money on sal
ary or furniture. GREAT WESTERN
INV. CO. (,'ac.) 512 Grosae 'Bldg., corner
Sixth and Spring. F8848; Main 4>ll.
4-8-:f
I HAVE $20,000 TO BE LOANED AT CUR
rent rates on city or suburban real estate;
prefer small loans, $200 to $1000. R. W.
MOVER. 604 Frost Bldg. F5107. 4-15-lm.
MONEY TO LOAN—SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO.. 411 O. T.
Johnson Dldg. »-14-tt
R. W. POINDEXTER. 409 WILCOX BLDO..
will- loan you what you need on real es
tate, stock* and bond*. Uulldlng loans a
specialty. »-9-tt
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS. FURNl
ture, pianos and any kind of security; low
rate*. JOHNSON. *$> H. W. Hellman
Bldg. - l-18-«ina
TO LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE; HO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE. 411* Henna Bldg.
10-4-
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY
until you see me. F. A. NEWTON, 709
O. T. Johnson bldg. 6-7-ltn»
PRIVATE MONEY, f TO T PER CENT.
I.OCKHART * SON. «01 H. W. Hellman
Bldg. A7SH. l-M-tf
$r.ou TO $10.oJO TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. L. O'BRIEN & CO., Jefferson and Main. j
4-23-lmo
SPECIAL NOTICES
LAWS ON DOMESTIC RELATIONS. ARE
you In trouble? See us. Strictly confi
dential. Consultation free. Probate mat
ters, estates, damage, suits, accounts, col
lections, etc.
GUARANTY ADJUSTMENT CO.
324 BRADBURY BUILDING.
Southeast Corner Third and Broadway
5-13-lmo
ALL RAZORS, SAFETT BLADES, BClS
sors. knives, Instrument*, printer's knives,
tools, etc., sharpened better than new.
YANKEE. GRINDER, 114 S. Spring st.
11-14-tt
WALL PRQAINS— MOIRE PAPER,
5c per roll; ingrain, 300 for three rolls.
SHEEHAN'S, 800-903 8. Broadwr.y. 5-16-lmo
WANTED —LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest price* paid.
MAIN 3697; F593«. «-35-12 mo
HOSPITALS—DAY AND NIGHT—USB C.
C C. taitcabs. CALDWELL CAB CO.
Smith 6»H: 29037. . »-«•«
TYPEWRITERS
YOU I" JiL' A TYPEWRITER.
Look over all th* typewriter* tor sale In
town, then b / < s from us. Our window
speaks for I elf. We have all makes at
all rices. We sell the best typewriter car
bon that money can buy. We sell the best
typewriter ribbon that money can buy. Writs
cr 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 th* business
tor us. We are agents for the No. 5 Bllck
ensderfer - Aluminum, the traveling man*
typewriter. ARTHUR G. WILSON CO., $20
8. Hill Lt. AJB7li Main 6428. 4-17-tf
ALL MAKES OF RJIBUILT TYPEWRIT,
era. Sew our bargains. Beat rentals la city,
$1.60 to 13 a month.
LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER
EXCHANG*.
AMU. 118 S. Broadway. Main 395!
• - t-11-tf
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT AND RENTED.
Ail makes guaranteed i repairing. BAKER*
IIOEY CO. (Inc.) Z*4y a So. Broadway.
Main 4BII1: A4OlO. s 10-81-tf
,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
FIRST CLASS CARPENTER^WILL DRAW
your plans and build your house by day's
work. F. NICIfnL, designer and builder of
artlHtlc homes. Phone EIDO9. 6-17-6
_J NOTARIEB
S. M. WITT. NOTARY PUBLIC. PJBNIS
papers, dead*, collections and will* nego
tiated. Room 4. 144 % M. Broadway.
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