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TONIGHT SEES END OF SPECIAL PERIOD All Votes Cast Before 10 P. M. Apply on This Propo sition EIGHT AWARDS ARE READY One Prize Alone Worth $650—AH of Them Are Mighty Attractive Today marks the close of another special prize period in The Herald's $25,000 voting contest. All day today candidates who are anxious to share in the distribution of eight special prizes offered for the two greatest increases in each district between May 8 and May 21, inclusive, will be balloting in lively shape. The eight special prizes are: First, $650— Building property, com prising a business lot In Brawley and rial valley, and a building lot In Oceansido Park. This prize Is really three splendid awards combined, and is one of the finest offered to date. All three lots are in growing communities, hence their value is Increasing almost daily. Second, $100—Diamond ring, to be se lectted by the winner from the endless variety of beautiful things constituting the stock of S. B. Bailey, 353 S. Broad- way. Third, $100—Lodies' evening gown to be made to order of winner by Madam Louise G. Potts, importer and ladles' tailor, 612 South Broadway. Fourth, $100 —Course in music, under the personal supervision of Prof. A. D. Hunter, main studio 326-327 Blanchard hall; course to be selected in piano or orchestral instruments. Fifth, $75—Diamond rim?, also to be selected by winner at B. B. Bailey's. Sixth, $60—Two trips to I^ake Tahoe nnd return. This means that the win ner can take a companion. Seventh—sss violin, splendid instru ment, carefully selected, with the as sistance of expert musicians. Elg-hth—s33 Standard Eastman ko dak and supples, purchased from C. C. Pierce & Co., 120 West Sixth street. Two of these prizes are going- to encli contest district, to the candidates showing the greatest and next greatest Increase in each district. Of these oight increase leaders, the one show ing the greatest increase will receive the first special prize, an:l the other seven prizes will be awarded to candi dates with regard to the position they hold among increase leaders. It is expected that a number of candidates who have up to this time remained in , the background will come to the front with some increase. The close of th*> last special prize period showed some I valuable prizes go for very small in- I creases, nnd this showed other candi dates who had not been doing much why any effort, no matt r how small It may be, Is likely to bring rich rewards. Candidates who can should visit The Herald today and oast their votes in person, but candidates living in out side cities can mall their envelopes during the day. the Important Item being to have the envelopes in your local pnstofflce in time to have tha> postmark show absolutely that they were mailed before. 10 p. m. today. All votes to count on this offer must be cast before 10 p. m. today. With ?K.".n worth of valuable Cali fornia property to be (riven as one of the prizes, and with such attractive awards as a $100 ladles' evening gown, diamond rings, a double trip to Lake Tahoe, music, courses and a kodak. there ought to be lively competition in all districts. Increases ma.de bo far have been very small, and this may pave the way for the appearance of brand new names in the list of win ners. The vote standing of nil candidates and the two increases which lead in each district are shown on page 4. You should turn to page 4 and read It over, whether you are a candidate or not, because the information set forth there can be used by you to great ad vantage and profit. Remember, you can enter the contest at any time, nnd if Intercepted you should call upon the contest department or phone imme diately. Sharpen up your pencil and do a little figuring. Tou will see that an hour's hustling may make you a winner of a prize worth hundreds of dollars, and this is putting a pretty fair value upon energy. All candidates in the contest should do their best nnd cast whatever votes they can secure today. What may seem a hopelessly small increase to you may prove one of the winning Increases In your dis trict. There is all to win and nothing to lose in securing and casting votes at any rate, so do whatever you can. ACCUSED OF FORGERY AND VIOLATION OF HIS PAROLE Charptvi with forgery, John Cox, IS years old, was arrested yesterday and taken to centra] pollen headquarter*. When it was learned that he rm<i been placed on probation for five years by the Juvenile court h<> was taken to the county jail. He will bo taken before the Juvenile court today for Violating his parole. The charge of forgrery was broupht against Mm by T. H. Murphy. r.IS South Main street, upon whom he passed a check for $S, to which he Is nlleged to have forged the name of Guy de L,ooo. IMPORTANT CHANGE IN SOCIALIST CONSTITUTION CHICAGO, May 20.—An Important change was made in the constitution of the Socialist pnrty in its congress today, when the phrase in the pledge of the party was changed from "a po litical party distinct and opposed to all parties formed by tho prop, dasses" to read "by the capitalist class." Accorrlinq- to delcpatos who voted in favor of Hip change, it ■n-iis felt th.-v the words "propertied classes" would be considered to include farmer!, INCOME $500 A WEEK CHICAGO, May 20.—Charles "W. Pardridge, one of Chicago's merchant princes, today presented his four chil dren with the income of downtown property valued at about $2,000,000, the title being placed in the hands of a trustee. Bach of the children will receive an annual income from the gift of about J25.000. ANOTHER CLUB EXPELS LILLIS KANSAS CITY, May 20.—Jere F. I,iiis, president of the Western Kx change bunk of this city, who was the victim of an assault by John P. Cuda liy, was expelled from tho Evanston Golf Hub today No charges were pre ferred. Br ?.jjyry 1 Br *Mtim MRS. M. M. LOWE, District B Mrs. Lowe of 881S San Julian Rtreet. city, ' Is a candidate who knows no such word as j "stop." Although several things have pie vented her from doing her very best, she is | not discouraged nnd soys she lit Kolng to do ; her bent. Tills sort of determination seldom falls to bring satisfactory results. She Is letting her many friends know that she is in tin' race, and anxious to win, nnd now that she Is once more able to campaign her vote total will no doubt climb to handsome pro port inns quickly. Mrs. lAiwti Ib very popular, having scores of friends throughout this and neighboring cities, and with a few able lieutenants as sisting her In her campaign there Is every reason to expect a steady Increase in her MEXICAN KILLED BY CAR An unidentified Mexican about 65 years old was struck and instantly killed by an eastbound Santa Monica intormurban can yesterday afternoon at Ivy station. According to the mo torman in charge of the car, the acci dent was unavoidable. The body was placed aboard the car and taken to the undertaking parlors of Orr & Edwards. An inquest will be held Monday morn i ii tr. BATHS SCIENTIFIC MASBAQH, CHIROPODISTS. baths. JEAN L.UNN. 620 8. Broadway. J-11-SI 13114 8. BROADWAY, ROOM 7. MAONHTIC and electric treatments, oil and alcohol rubs. 6-21-lmo BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT, ill B. BROADWAY, ROOM 220. l-24-«mo "painting and PAPERHANQINQ Tainting, Taper HanKing, Tinting;. DecoraW Ing. KetlmateH; wall paper, paints. J. A. LINNET & CO., 813 W. 3d. Bilwy. 1758. I-3160. 4-17-10 , CESSPOOLS imperialTcesspool, pumping CO.—WH talcs out largest load. Wilt 5396; 22040 . . I-10-tt J. .1. VAN ALLEN. Phones Home F6835; Main 1366. JOSKI'H BELL —- National Automobile Exchange Successors to MANHATTAN AUTOMOBILE COMPANY W 1 New and Slightly Dealers in HI I Used Cars EXPERT APPRAISERS 1226-28 South Olive Street, Los Angeles, Cal. "J ______ General Repairing. Tainting and Varnishing, tars Sold on 5 Per Cent Commission. -q A lAN '08 $3000 THREE-IN-ONE Best A Buy Autocar Yet' %\ 500 Touring Car YPi " Th SI H B Roadster _.V/l* <$ I.%J\J\J Delivery Wagon For a pleasure car can be used as a r.-passenger touring car; remove the tonneau and you have a clover Roadster; or remove both bodies and attach the Delivery Wagon body—all three are at your disposal to use at your pleasure. This auto car is thoroughly rebuilt and guaranteed. Originally cost $3000. Best Buy in the City M. S. BULKLEY & CO. 1310 South Grand Avenue PHONE 22299 t,^ m^^ii^^^mm-Bm^^m i^^^ mi , taajmm. mim* wf_lHB—_—■_——__■ ________________! II Bekins Motor Car Co., /tllipiGA . 1026 So Olive St. (Formerly American-Simplex.) • 4 a|_ Bekins Motor Car Co., AlidS 1026 So. Olive St. rVurnnp Durocar Manufacturing Co., L/Ul Ul/dr 929 South Los Angeles WBTO iWillL^^MnO fully tqtilppeu WW 118-1180 S. Olive It, Patftr<;ftn Pico Carriage Co LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 21. 1910. ADVERTISERS .~ Ceont .li average word* a» on* tin*. No ad. accepted for l*«* than th* prte* cf three lint*. Tha Herald re»erve* the rlirnt to re rlee advertisement! and to reject or omit and refund the amount paid, s Report promptly to the 'classified man ager failure to cat return! or experlene* with fraudulent or dishonest advertlsera. Two or more Insertion* are better than one. Tit a three-time ad. Result* *4 most certain for anything. For contract aolioltora and adT*rtl»lßf advice call N ' SUNSET*MAIN 8000 HOME 10211 AND ASK FOR CLASSIFIED MANAGER special"rates Want ait«. Ir a word each Insertion Rooms for rent, 8 lines, 3 time*. Mourns with board, 8 line*. S time* 25 CENTS HKI.P WANTED—MaIe and fem*J», I lines, 8 time*, 25 CENTS SITUATIONS WANTED FREE THE WEATHER I.OS ANGELES, May 20, 1910. _ Time. |Bsrom.|TherJHumj Wind JVlc.| Weather. E a.m.' ».«T I H | 82 I SE~T4~~| Cloudy 6p.m.| 29 97 I 60 ) 63 I 8W | 16 | Cloudy "Maximum temperature 62. Minimum temperature 53. WEATHER CONDITIONS RAN FRANCISCO, May 20.—The following maximum and minimum temperatures are re ported from eastern stations for previous day: Chicago Tt-r.B, New York 74-60, Ornaha 66-08. FORECAST For Southern California—Cloudy Saturday; light south wind. For Sah Francisco and vicinity—Cloudy Sat urday; possibly light rain In morning; I'Sht south wind. For Santa Clnra valley—Cloudy Saturday; light south wind. For Pncramento valley—Cloudy Saturday; light south wln<l. For Pan Jcmouin valley—Cloudy Saturday; light west wind. _____^__^_^___ MARRIAGE LICENSES PARK-GERMAN—William A. Park, agfd 83, and Lrfma F. German, nged 17; natives of Maaaacnusetta and California; both residents of Los Angeles. MOORHEAD-ADDISON-Harry C. Moorhead, aged 24, and Llllie Addlson, aged 18; natives of Minnesota and California; both residents of Los Angeles. HILL-JOHNSTON—Orover B. Hill, nged 2i, ui,d Josephine 11. Johnston, aged 22; natives ur California; residents of Fresno and Calts- ZAI?AbOZA-r ASTRO — Satumlno Karagog aged 23, and Lorensa Castro, aged 18: natives of Mexico; both residents of Los Angeles. - WAITE-RAPP—Clarence P. Walte, aged 20, and Mary Rapp, aged 15; natives of Cali fornia; both residents of San Fernando. ANQELL-BROOKMAN—Algernon R. Angel!, aged 23, and Mildred H. Brookman. aged 24; natives of Ireland and England; both resi dents of Los Angeles. KELLY-LEDGERWOOD— Emery Lee Kelly, aged 26, and Anna M. Ledgerwood, aged 20; natives of North Carolina and Indiana; both residents of South Pasadena. DEATHS GUERARA— Guerara, county hospital, native of Mexico, aged 87; tuberculosis. SEELY— A. Seely. 141 North Bunker Hill avenue, native of North Carolina, aged 61; tuberculosis. TARBELL— D. Tarbell, 2444 Hunter street, native of New York, aged 78; ery sipelas. CASTRELLON—EugIna Castrellon, 165 North Utah street, native of Mexico, aged 68; heart disease. STRASSER-Clara Strasser, 886 East Thirty sixth street, native of Germany, aged 75; gastro enteritis. MARMON—Annie E. Marmon, 727 Coronado street, native of Ohio, aged 69; endocarditis. ANDERSON—Barney R. Anderson, Westlake hospital, native of Germany, aged 46; tranverse myelitis. HARRlS—Catherine M. Harris, 360 Rlxel street, native of Canada, aged 62; bronchitis. BIRTHB GIRLS KEITH—To Walter and Ida Keith, 1668 West Fifty-fourth street. BOYS TAYLOR— William and Margaret Tay lor. 1203 Marion avenue. GROSSE—To Harry and Anita Grosse, 2706 West Sixteenth street. DIED STRASSER—At her residence, Mrs. Clara Strasser. Funeral at St. Joseph's church. Requiem high mass at 9 a. in., May 21. Friends Invited. . 6-21-1 ROYSE— Royse died on May 18. Will be burled May 21 at 2 p. m. Interment lit Evergreen. 6-20-2 CEMETERIES Rolling lawns, trees, shrubbery and beauti ful lakes. MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT * Situated In the most beautiful section of Southern California, the ideal location Just inside Los Angeles city limits. Melrose and Colegrove car lines to grounds. A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT All3l 208 LaugllUn Bldg. Maiu 301. Cemetery phones 0U055; Hollywood 542. EVERGREEN CEMETERY The Los Angeles Cemetery association, Boyle Heights, near city limit*. Operated ■nder perpetual charter from Los Angeles city. Modern chapel and crematory. Office, 839 Bradbury Bldg. Phones—Main cs*i AS4IM}. Cemetery—Home D 1083; Boyle 9. -■;-.■■ «-«-13m ""rosedale cemetery An endowed memorial park, noted for Its natural beauty; endowment fund for per petual care, over $250,000; modern receiv ing vault, chapel, crematory and columbar ium; accessible. City office. SUITE 302-301 EXCHANGE BLDG.. N. E. cor. Third and Hill sts. Phones Main 909; A 3620. Cemetery office, 1831 W. Washington st. Phones 72851; West 30. 1-i-llm SANITARIUMS ~~IffiB~WOMAirB~^£oSPITAi Exclusively for women and children. Beet equipped and homelike hospital In the city for confinement cases. Terms to suit. 1146 South Flower. F4134. 3-13-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES bargainTln~soda fountains, PACI FIC COAST SODA FOUNTAIN FACTORY, 133 E. Fourth St. . 6-16-lmo WANTED HELP— We Want— ' 6 Drivers, . $18.00 a week Are You WeW^_ Oj jp S5 Men for Bot= MIL OI tling House, $18.00 a week W (DlTlKo We Want— SO M en for Brew We Want Steady Men, Not HOUSe, Cellar Necessarily Skilled | Sind COOper -S 8 Hours' Work Except Drivers— • Nine Hoars I | I $24.00 & Week Apply immediately Muier Brewing Co* 440 ALISO STRBB7 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 dally, Sundays except.,!. from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. . 6-16-7 Christian Scieicc Services Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist At Friday Morning Club house, 840 South Flgueroa street. Services Sunday, 11 a. m. Sermon from Christian Science Quarterly. Subject, "SOUL AND BODY." Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.: Wednesday evening testi monial meetings, 8 o'clock. Reading room, 704 Herman W. Hellman blilg., Spring and Fourth streets, open daily, Sundays ex. cepted, from 9 a. in. to 9 p. m. 6-21-2 First' Congregational Church , nope street, near Ninth. Rev. Wm. Horace Day, D.D. Pastor. SUNDAY MORNING, Jl O'CLOCK Subject: "The Place of Christ in Modern Individual Life" SUNDAY EVENING, 7:48 • ILLUSTRATED ADDRESS, UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE BARACA HHATlll.MHliliin ov ' "The Panama Canal — The . World's Work and the World's Peace" Slides from Washington, D. C. 6-21-1 Temple Baptist Church Auditorium. Fifth and Olive Sts. Robert J. Burdette, D. D., Pastor Emeritus.' ' DR. BROUGHER The brilliant pastor preaches Sunday, at 11 a. m., "THE SQUARE DEAL IN CHRISTIANITY;" 7:30 p. m., "TEMPER AND TONGUE: DO MEN GOSSIP MORE ! THAN WOMEN?" Baptism. Great organ ■ and chimes. Duet, Mr. Gregg and Mrs. Bacon. Gospel solo, Miss Fanny M. Bailey. ■ SEATS FREE. 6-21-1 • Us Independent Church i of Christ Eighteenth and Flgueroa streets. REV. J. S. THOMSON, Pastor. Sunday service at 11 a. m. Subject of sermon, "The Need of a Developer." Solo, "How Long Wilt Thou Forget Me?" Mrs. ' George F. Drake; solo, "These Are They," Mrs. D. J. Kennelly; duet, "Faint Not, Fear Not," Mrs. Kennelly and Mrs. Drake. Miss i Mary L. O'Donoughue, organist. All are invited, especially strangers. 6-21-2 i * " The Los Angeles' ; Fellowship - • Reynold E. Blight, Minister. 11 a. m., service at Blanchard hall, 233 South Broadway. Subject, "Why Are You Poor?" Prelude on "Are There Any Slums I In Los Angeles?" Seats free. 6-21-2 : Socialist Propaganda Meeting, McKlnley hall. Walker Theater bldg., Grand aye., Sunday, May 22. 8 p. m. Will lecture on "The Passing of the Bless ings of God." All Invited. Free seats and a great treat. ■;■- ", ■ 6-21-1 WANTED HELP—MALE • CHURCH NOTICES Broadway Cfeirflstiai Cbarcb Opposite the Court House Bible school, 0:30 a. m. Preachhig 11 a. m. by B. F. Coulter, minister, followed by the communion. Preaching at 7:45 p. m. by John C. Hay, associate minister. Sub ject, "Self Control." Young people's meet- Ing, 1:30 p. in. Welcome all. 5-21-1 St. . Paul's Pro-Cathedral " :' ;; • 123 SOUTH OLIVE STREET. VERY REV. WILLIAM MAC CORMACK, DEAN. 7:3o—Holy communion. 11 a. m.—Morning i prayer. Sermon by dean. Topic, "Ought the Churches to Con solidate?" 7:4s—Evening* prayer. Sermon by dean. Special musical numbers by the choir. 5-21-2 EVANGELISTS I. W. McCORD OF LONDON, England, and Milton St. John of San Fran cisco will conduct a two months' mission In tile large canvas tabernacle, corner of Main and Fifteenth streets. The opening seivico will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "Is the Frequency of Earthquakes a Sign of the End?" Special music and Stirling subjects will help to make these meetings Interesting. 6-21-2 PKn'i'el'hALL, 227 S. MAIN. NOON PHAT er meeting dally; gospel meeting every night. 8-1-smo PHYSICIANS dr."hickok! dSThickok. specialist for WOMEN. Treats all diseases of women under a POS ITTVK GUARANTEE. Ladles who have for merly paici for earn treatment, whether ben '< etited or not, will appreciate tile difference. Pay only for satisfactory results. Charges moderate. - DR. HICKOK gives modern , antiseptic treatment and patients are In no danger of blood poison or Infection. Everything Is sterilised before use. DR. HICKOK provides a private home, with nursing, for women In confinement. Expert care and home comforts at reason able ratal. Confinements by modern meth ods are safe and free from pain. Adoptions if desired. DR. HICKOK gives personal attention to every case. Consultation is free and confi dential in all troubles. Any woman not sat isfied with her condition is Invited to call for free consultation and free examination. DR. HICKOK carefully examines every ease and gives an honest opinion and reli able advice free. X-RAY EXAMINATION made when necessary. If a case is accept ed for treatment a cure Is guaranteed. Mod prate charges for satisfactory results. Terms can always, be arranged. Hours 10 to 4. Sundays 10 to 1, Phone F5236 for appoint ment at other times. I'll. HICKOK, 632 W. 6th St., Suite 107. -.*i 6-20-tf J ~ DA. CHUCKBH. ~~ ~ Specialist for Woman. Hamburger's Majestlo Theater Bulldla*. Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4- CONSULT FRBBI IS-:i-i?m ' ""WOMAN'S HOSPITAL Obstetrics, surgical and medical cases. Terms reasonable. 1246 South Flower. F4114. S-11-tf DR. TAYLOR. 317 H 8. MAIN ST. DIB -«-asei* of women. 3-9-ff BUSINESS PERSONALS WANTED SALESLADY WHO CAN MAKE switches and hair goods to go to small town; line salary to right person; must bring bait references. Call Friday, 9 a. m. 618 S. Spring st. 5-21-1 WANTED— PRESENT ADDRESS OF Miss Elsa M. Bergheer. MARSHALL BTIM SON. SOl-2 Wright & Callender tildg. Main 4141, Home 7327. 5-21-1 MBS. MASSON. THE NOTED LONDON palmist. 321 3. 6PRING. over Owl. drug store. 11-28- ASSAYING jiiliv ill KMAN. B. Main. Not satis faction, but accuracy guaranteed. 13-12-tf WANTED IfELP—MALE FOR EXCHANGE HEAL. ESTATE 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. 800 Chamber of Commerce, . _ Both phones—4lo. ■ Pasadena. t-14-18-21-25-28-6-l-4-8-8t FOR EXCHANGE — 1 HAVE A CI.KAII lot at Kedondo, S blocks from city hall, faring the ocean; lino for apartment* or linteli street work all Ins gM. electricity and sewer | fine view of the ocean i would trade for lot at Ilnntlngton Park, Qleo dale or city. Lot valued at $9001 'make offer. OWNEJt. bo« BH4. Herald office, MISCELLANEOUS FOR EXCHAMiIt-1 HAVK A CLEAK LOB In Colton ll'at I will trade far diamonds, fnrnlture, auto, or what have you? Ad dress BOX "'34. Herald. »-31-tt WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK- Gold company and other mining stock for stock In California Wave Motor company (Reynolds). BOX 142. Herald. i-«-tf FOR EXCHANGE-A GOOD 45-70 RIFLB for a Rood shotgun, or what have you? Ad drew 11OX 2"2. HernM. 4-29-tt MONEY TO LOAN MORTGAGE BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY Any a in. Him you want »i. ) to BW, out). Lowest rates—city or country. FRANK C. CURRY. 436 Byrne bldg.. Third and Broadway. Phones A 7862, Main 2166. 6-l-«mn HOMEY TO rr»AV_ BECUHED E? FIRST and second mortgages on real estate, large and tniall amounts, or payable monthly. Mortgages, trust deeds and contracts issued for the sale of real estate Bought. NOURSB A CO.. 202-204 L. A. Trust Bldg.. Second and Spring. Both phones. tf _„ i -———— » ■ MONEY TO LOAN 160.000 to loan on real estate, city or coon try, 6 to 7 per cent, amounts to suit. MOTER * GILBERT, 802 H. W. Hellmaa lildg. Home phone A»»»7; Main 1474. 10-3-U SALARY LOANa CHATTEL LOANS. See US before you borrow money on sal ary or furniture. GREAT WESTERN INV CO. (.'DC) 512 Grosse Bldg., corner Sixth and Spring. FB848; Main 4828. 4-1-it I HAVE 120.000 TO BE LOANED AT CUR rent rates on city or suburban real estate; prefer small loans. 8200 to 81000. R. W. MOVER. «04 Frost Bldg. F6107. 4-26-lm, MONEY TO. LOAN— SALARIED MEN AND women accommodated without delay or pub licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T. Johnson Bldg. 8-14-U R. W. FOINDEXTEK. 40» WILCOX III.DU. will loan you what you need on real es tate, stocks and bonds. Uulldlng loans a specialty. ■ •" ' " »■»•»< ICO LOANED ON DIAMONDS. FURNl ture, pianos and any kind of security; low rates JOHNSON. 88» H. W. H«l!man Bldg. i-18-eina TO SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED tape; without security; confidential WEST COAST EXCHANGE. 41» Henna Bldg. 10-4- DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY . until you see me. F. A. NEWTON, 708 O. T. Johnson bldg. 6-7-lmo PRIVATE MONEY, • TO 7 PER CENT. LOCKHART « SON. 801 H. W. Hellmar, Bldg. A7SH. __JlZ_2 850U TO 310.000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT. ! T. L. O'BRIEN & CO.. Jefferson and Mala. 4-SI-Jma MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE-T par cent; no commission. 1617 REID ST. 6-18-7 NOTARIES ";!ff B. M. WITT. NOTARY VvSuLSTyisSIOS papers, deeds, collections and wills nego tiated. Room 4. Ma|| B. Broadway. -.., ' 1-81-U WANTED HKUN-MA'LB .