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WANTED
"•■•■ -■■ ■» ' (
lIKI.r—
■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, 847 Pacific Kleo
trio Kldg. ..» . 4-SO-tf
W>\'Ti:i> EIGHT ' PRACTICAL PIANO
salesmen on commission; salary to men mak
ing good. Apply to METCALF-ACKLEY
OURTAVESON CO.. second floor, 720 B.
Broadway, Toil firm succeeds July 9 tho
Van Kant Piano Co. « 6-26-3t
WANTED—AT ONCE. REVOLVERS. RIFLES
and shotguns of all kinds. Wo are head
quarters for second-hand flreaims and pay
full value. COLLATERAL LOAN CO., 40*
8. Main St. ' - 6-l-lmo
WANTED-25 MEN TO DISTRIBUTE ClR
rulurn; two days' work. Apply alloy In rear
of 726 E. 12TH ST., at 7 a. in. this morning.
■ 6-28-1
IUX1 1--t'JSMAUB
' LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME, STEADY
•r evenings) can stamp transfer, It. 10
dot, upward; original, reliable firm, Room
' til mason BLDU.. *i* W. fourth
l-ll.ti
WANTED—FOUR LADIES, BEAUTY CUI»
ture; pay big; learn right. FLORENTINE
lIAIRtIRESdINO COLLEGE. worlds
largest. Tit Mercantile place, corner Broad
way; I-IHI
IUXI'—MALM Oil IE.M.ILB
WANTED—MEN I.ND WOMEN TO I.BJAHN
tat barber tr*<e; guaranteed In eight
weeks. rats'.»«ru» free. MOIIt.BR BAR
BER COU.WK. 121 B. Second st. 7-1-tl
115 TO 110 PER WEEK CAN BE) MADE IN
. spare time addressing postal cards; particu
lars 10 cU. D. BROWN, 811 Fox St., Bronx.
New York. 6-28-3
SITUATIONS— l
BSTHLBHRM FRJEB EMPLOYMENT
ageuo, 610 Vlgnes street. Main 5726;
Ham* A4SI4, Men lor houaeoleanlng,
yard work and general labor. l-24-if
WANTED-POSITION AS HEAD GARDENER
or ranch foreman; thoroughly experienced
man; married; have no children. SCHMIDT,
822 Temple st. 6-28-3
SITUATION WANTED—ON NEW AND OLD
screens, carpenter, 400 hour. Address BOX
146. Herald. 6-26-7
M SITUATIONS—FEMALE
MIDDLE-AGED LADY, STRONG AND EX
perienced laundress, also understands house
work thoroughly; wishes work by hour or
day. Sunset, Main 4704. Call MRS. THAYER.
6-26-1
LADY WOULD KEEP HOUSE FOR WlD
ower or lady alone; can give best of refer
ences; moderate wages. Address BOX 61,
.. Herald. . , 6-28-1
WANTED—PERMANENT POSITION BY
bfoVWornrr, typewriter and cashier, 16 years'
experience: reference*. Address BOX 85M,
Herald. 4-l»-tf
GOOD SEAMSTRESS WOULD LIKE TO
sew or do light housework half of time
for room and board. BOX 91, Herald.
6-26-3
MIDDLE AGED WOMAN DESIRES WORK
on ranch part of time for expenses. BOX
S3. Herald. 6-26-3
WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
or cook. 241 K. AVENUE! 40, Los Angeles.
■ - 6-28-3
SITUATIONS—MALE AND lEMALE
WANTED—WORK IN PRIVATE HOU3B.
lit month, room and board, while attend
ing school; school hours from I to I p. m
P. O. BOX 141, City. »-!»-»
nocsEa FCBNisnEP '*■.'■■■:.<
WANTED TO RENT— ..
■ Two Jo three furnished rooms for house
- keeping ■ for man and wife; location near
Hamburger's preferred. Rent must be rea
sonable. Address BOX 20, Herald. 4-16-
WANTED—TO PURCHASE STOCK
WANTED-"
Stock In the Los Angeles Investment com.
pany; any amount up to 140,000; will pay
I within 5 per cent of the company's selling
' price, G. F.. care Globe Savings Bank.
■-': ■ ' ' ' . v 6-11-tf
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TO PURCHASE— MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED— PAID FOR FEATHER
Btds, Til SAN PEDRO »T. Phones
r«o<l; Main 1106. H-17-tf
MISOELLAMEOU3
WANTED— HAND FILE- CASES
I for card system and document Hie; must be
I modern and in good order. BOX 221, Her
ald. , - ■■..■■.. S-6-tl
WANTED—SUBSCRIBERS WHO WISH TO
; pay {1 less for The Herald for a year than
I they are now paying. Call at 546 P. E.
bldg. Main 1986, Home F3SIS. 6-26-St
FOR SALE
■ : ACREAGE FOU SUBDIVISION V'>
IF YOU WANT " ~
GOOD LAND,
SEE ME.
I have four 80-acre tracts of No. 1 land,
■ level, fenced,. 3 miles from good town, on
nice county road; house, barn, fine well on
one of the S9-acre lots; good crops on all of
I them. | Come quick and get your choice, only
$50 to StO per acre, halt cash, balance long
. time.
- I also have the best paying fruit, vegetable,
grocery and notion store In the lively town
of Santa Maria, Cat., for sale; Invoices at
13600, but as owner Is completely disabled
will sell for 12500, 1200 cash. . This Is some
' thing good. . '
WM. T. MANTZ, .
Santa Maria, Cal. 6-26-6
I-lANOS ■;•■■', ::.'■". ' t
. . ■ „./-. - LEASE SOLDI -
>:. '-• CLOSING OUT BALE-PIANOS
It you want to save big money on a piano,
remember the genuine closing out sale of the
Van Sant Piano Co.. 720 S. Broadway, sec
ond floor. Positively ends Saturday night,
July 2. It's a rare chance to buy at whole
sale ' such standard pianos as Checkering
Bros., Sohaeffer, Weber, Hobart M. Cable,
etc. Do you want a bargain 7 Would you
like to save moneyT The time Is short; every
day the assortment grows less. Easy terms
If desired., . 6-26-3
FINK WEBER PIANO ONLY »276. AN EX
1a fin* 1600 mahogany case Hobart M.
Cable piano In the closing out sale for 1200.
Many other good bargains until July 2 at
The Van Bant Piano Co., 720 S. Broadway,
tecond floor. ' . , ' 6-26-3t
PIANOS AT 1160 AND II fBU MONTH.
, Square pianos of standard markes In ex
cellent condition. Will sell on the above
small payments GBO. J. BIRKEL CO.,
141-I4T S. Spring st. ■ 10-H-tt
IUKMTUUS
SJOPARATB LOCKED IRON ROOMS. II 00
per month. Trunks, boxes, etc., lia to 100.
- Phone :or our large van when you more,
11.11 —' bour. ' ■
eOLTBAR WAREHOUSE CO..
. «11-17-l> San Pedro st. Main office 101-11
•; *■*!» st Faon* Main 1117; 71171.
FOR BALE
HOUSRS
CITY—FOR SALE
New, Modern and Strictly
Down to Date
By
The Largest Co-operative Build'
ing Company in the World
Builder and Owner.
These Choice Homes Are Located Upon Our
College Tract aid Annex
And contain all of the most modern interior finish and conveniences, as hard
wood floors, beams, plate rail, buffet, beautiful fireplace, bookcases, buffet
klichen, screen porch, decorated and tinted walls, cement poroh, gas, electric
lights and sewer, lawns made, shade tr^es, etc.
Each home buyer Is given the free use of and option upon the adjoining va
cant lot for two yean at present price.
A FEW PRICES
$2925 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3100 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3850 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3400 —Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
$3500 —Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
$4100 —Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
$5000 —Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
$5700 —Modern 8-Room Bungalow.
Others from 13000 to 17000.
All upon our rent-paying terms. Monthly payments including interest, in
surance and taxes.
OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT
Upon the same terms.
Agents at Tract.
Grand avenuo car marked West 48th street direct to the tract.
Our autos in waiting at nur Hill street office every day except Sunday.
Have properties In all sections of tho city.
DEEBLE TRACT SPECIALS
Hooper aye. car on Spring st. to 36th st.
12350 —Modern 6-room bungalow.
$1500 —Modern 6-room bungalow.
1100 cash, |25 a month.
Call and let us show you some of our choice homes. .
Los Angeles livcstment Co.
Main 2248 333-337 S. HILL ST. 60127
SNAP
6-Room Bungalow
$75 CASH ;;
/ . . t p.- -. - • ;
AS GOOD AS NEW MODERN I-ROOM
BUNGALOW.
Buffet, fireplace, cabinet kitchen, screes
porch, bath, toilet, tinted walls, beautiful
street.
Hooper aye. ear line on 36th st.
' THIS IS A GENUINE BARGAIN.
Price $2350-$24 a Month.
LOS ANGELES
INVESTMENT COMPANY
333.337 S. Hill St.
Main s;4». §»iil ««■
LARGEST CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING CO.
IN THE WORLD.
6-28-5t
FOR SALE—
High-Class Bungalows
ONLY $150 DOWN
BALANCE) LIKE RENT. -
Handsome 6 and 7-room, strictly modern,
new bungalow; large lot that .commands an
uninterrgtited view of the surrounding hills
and mountains; cement perch and steps,
large veranda, waxed oak and maple floors
throughout; woodwork In Flemish oak finish;
dainty living room, with built-in Beats and
bookcases, handsome brick mantel and
lighting fixtures equal in elegance and de
sign to those found in $3000 residences; built
in buffet 8 feet wide; leather paneling In
living room and dining room; an ' Ideal
French kitchen, equipped. with cupboards,
flour bins and drawers; screen porch and
laundry tray: bath with lavatory and con
veniently built-in dressing case; bedrooms
also have built-in dressers, largo beveled
plate glass mirror; latest sanitary plumbing;
hardwood In bedrooms, bath and kitchen
white enamel; In fact, every . one of Its
rooms has new and interesting features,
and the living rooms are so coz.lly arranged;
gas, electric lights, lawn and shade trees
also in. These houses have been carefully
built by day labor and are delightful homes.
You will agree with me If you see them.
See " • . ( . ; . . ' .
OWNER
615 N. New Hampshire
Heliotrope drive car to Clinton aye., go
east two blocks. 6-28-1
HERE'S A DANDY
$50 Cash, $15 Per Month
$1350— New 3-room bungalow; long living and
dining room, with nice brick mantle, plate
rail; large bedroom with closet; bathroom, ;
cabinet kitchen, screen porch and wide porch
across the entire front; gas, electricity, Be
yellow car line; 19 minutes from business
center; stores closi by: elegant lot, cement
walks in; a nice home for somebody. Office
■ open Sunday.
E. W. HOWETH
649 B. Main at., near 7th. '
. Broadway 6310; F4076. 6-26-3t
TOR BALE-BARGAIN; COZY 6-ROOM COT
tage southwest, near new city school; Just
the place for couple with children. OWNER,
6516 Denver aye. Phone, Home 29326. 6-26-3
FOR SALE—PORTABLE HOUSE, 18x25; FINE
condition. Low price for Immediate sale;
! cash or terms. . SOUTH 8689, or P. O. BOX
1108, Huntington Park. t-M-tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1010.
FOR SALE
HOUSES
FOR SALE—
5-Room Furnished Cottage
Lot 40x140; fine location in Ocean Park; $1800.
6-Room Modern Residence
half block from Moneta aye. car, $2600. A
beautiful home. .
2-Story, 9-Room Modern
residence, big lot and garage; corner on
Congress aye.; $12,000.
ERIKSON & CO.
105 W. Sixth st., ground floor.
F2374, Bdwy. 8182. 6-28-3
FOR SALE—SOUTHWEST; ONLY $50 CASH,
$30 monthly, Including interest; beautiful new
6-room bungalow, all ready to move into; has
3 oak floors, beamed ceilings, pressed brick
mantel, buffet, bookcases, writing desk, linen
closet, elegant electric fixtures, window seats,
shades and screens, cabinet kitchen, laundry
tray; lot fenced; gas, electricity, telephones;
near yellow car and the price only $2750.
Take Moneta aye. car marked "54th st" to
end of line; better clip this ad and come at
once. J. J. AHLERS, 54th and Danker.
(No agents or exchanges.) 6-28-2
/"*-*• ' ' ORANGE GROVES
Buy a Good Grove
Make Money v
20 acres In famous San Dimas, with elegant
new, modern, 8-room residence. Magnificent
view, looking Into the snow-capped summits
of Old Baldy and Orayback, overlooking
thousands of acres of the finest groves In
the world. Ten-year-old perfect trees and
perfect soil. Half Interest in pumping plant.
A very heavy producer. Worth $2500 per
acre. Offered for a few days at $2000 per
acre. You will only have to nee - this to
want it. ■
We have 40 acres in large or small tracts,
10 and 13 years old. High-classed in every
sense of the word. Rich, level, an inch of
free water to each 6 acres. In the next few
days we will deliver you a grove worth
$2000 an acre for $1500 and $1600 an acre.
We have a large listing of other fine groves.
We make a specialty of groves and wo
know what we are talking about.'
WAYBRIGHT-BUTLER CO.
623-9 ' Security bldf. ' j 6-28-1
ALFALFA LANDS "*
; Alfalfa ' •',
A Ranch'- Worth
■ While--."
40 acres heavy-producing alfalfa, level, rich,
silt, produces two tons to the acre six times;
80 tons now ready to cut; two houses, some
furniture and two barns, four. horses, one
cow, chickens, all Implements,- baler, fine
pumping plant, 150 Inches of water, right at
station; owner's wife 111 and must go away;
a sacrifice is going to be made of this beauti
ful ranch. Do you want it? Just to show
you Its value a loan of $10,000 Is offered, and
all that Is being asked Is $17,000. Want
■ some cash; might consider some city prop
erty; act quickly.
WAYBRIGHT-BUTLER CO.
/ y {2S-I Security bid*. . 1-21-1
I
FOR SALE
CITY LOTS AND LANDS
Cudalhy
Ram ell
Acres
Close to the City
. $300
and Up Per Acre
7 CENT
FARE
BY BOOK
■;; Out
Huntington Park-Whittier
Way
~Via~
Whittier and La Habra
Electric Lines
Close to the City
The nearest acreage in parcels of one acre
or more offered the buyer today at the prices.
Seven miles from heart of city.
Rich, productive, sandy loam soil.
Substantial water systems.
Low cost of water.
Land in alfalfa. ■
This property is deeded direct to the pur
chaser by Michael Cudaby, the owner.
Terms.—One-fourth cash, balance In 1, S
and 3 yearn at 6 per cent.
Special terms to those who build.
Call at our office ready to visit this prop-
I erty. It will take between two and three
hours of your time to leave the P. E. build
ing, thoroughly inspect the land and return.
Write or phone for circular.
One Acre or More
Citohy Ranch
818 Pacific Electric Bids
(Third Floor.)
Corner Sixth and Main sts.
Sunset Phone Main 8888.
6-27-28-30 7-l-2-5t
THIS IS
A Message *to Every
Mao of Moderate
Means $$i'
Who wants to live and rear his family amid
healthful and pleasant surroundings. ■
The workingman must have a home |
So that spring and fall he need not roam
To find a place to suit his wife,
Which is the hardest thing In life.
In Putney Place you have it best— ; ,
The Terms Are Easy
No Moving—Rest
; For $50 Down Secures
;: a Place
MODERN and NEW and clean. A race
■ 1011 then must make to 649 South Main St.
There the OWNER you can meet. „/.;;
Is where the $50 cash you'll bring,
A HOME secure: you PAY NO RENT,
And man and wife are both content.
Call at 649 S. Main and sec this 4-room
bungalow with bathroom, cement walks and
curb and street work all In. This is ! a
bargain for the price we are offering It to
day.
S. EHRLICH,
Bdwy. 6310, F4076. 643 South Main.
6-27-2S-2t
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Orange or Aalfalfa Land
You can glow anything on this land that
is grown in California. Comes under big
Irrigation project; must sell Immediately.
640 ACRES
$700 Cash, Other Half Long Time
160. acres $200 cash; other half long time
ONLY $2.25 Per Acre
No alkali or hardpan; plenty pure water;
near railroad; perfect title; should bring
$100 per acre in one year.
An opportunity of a lifetime. Don't miss
It. Will sell half.
CALIFORNIA LAND CO.
641-2 Ban Fernando Bldg. Phone AI36S.
6-28-2
FOR THESE ARE THE BARGAINS
of the day; both small and easy to buy.
First Is 10 acres Al soil on electric car line,
close to Los Angeles, for $2500. CAN you
1 beat it? NO, you can't. I also have an
other that Is good. This 40 acres In Tulare
county, near Llndsey, appraised at $75 per
acres see E. S. Ballard, Tulare, Cal. For
' acres eea E. S. Ballard. Tulare, Cal. For
the 10 acres see J. C. FLOYD, 215 Mason
opera house. Phone A 1844, Main 1915.
6-26-28-29-3t
FOR SALE—GOOD RESIDENCE LOT. N.
W. corner 57th aye. and Aldama St..
Highland Park; street work, sidewalks
and sever all paid for; fine bungalow
site. Can I arrange terms. Address
OWNER
154$ NORTH IJOOVBR. 6-IS-tf
FOR SALE- „ ■■■ """"" ~~~ '
■ Large lots, only $500; fine location, 10
-mlnute car service, 6-cent fare; easy terms.
STACY REALTY CO., 631 S. Spring St.
FBll6. ' ■ ' ■ 6-22-20
COUNTRY PROPERTY
A FINE~RANCH
of 14 acres close to the electric line
and 45 minutes from Los Angeles; all fenced;
good 5-room plastered house, large barn
and other outbuildings, pumping plant, 8 :
acres of 2 and 3 year old walnuts, and'the
soil Is a rich sandy loam.
The house Is nicely furnished, including .
a fine piano, which furnishings can be had
If the purchaser so desires. Personal prop
erty going with the place consists of a
good team, wagon, harness, buggy, good
cow, chickens, pigs and farm implements,
all complete and ready to LIVE, for $8000. S
If you have good Los Angeles property,
will exchange.
We have other properties listed, and if
you will come in we will try and suit you.
THE L. A. EVANS COMPANY
431 Citizens National Bank lildg.,
Third and Main Sts. 6-28-1
FOR SALE
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
I ssoo l
I Orchard! I
I Dale I
% » Acres Z
*» Honest Values «>
Invest your money in beautiful *n
***■ East Whlttler, 6, 10 and 15-acre
f& , tracts. Go out and see the now w
orchards being planted. Two- &a
*** year-old orchards sell at $1800
©» per acre; 4 and 5-year-old orch- ■©>
„ ard» $3000 to $3500 per acre. 4^
*& We can positively show you
yj. where you can clear $500 per acre &i
In two years. One-fourth cash, »
&> balance long time at low Inter
sfy est. Come prepared to buy and &> !
see this beautiful spot. 40
<«■ ORCHARD DALE—An Ideal **
tA home villa. Subdivision overlook- ■€/>
Ing mountain, valley and sea. Ah- »
(A solutely frostless, rich silt soil,
abundance free water; $100,000 &$
«©■ worth of improvements given to
fA Its purchasers. *"
£ SEE ORCHARD DALE -w
** early and buy the cream **
««• of Southern California. ■&»
% Davison, Z
2 Smith Z
% $ Mizener Z
V* OWNERS,
** 218-219 Pac. Elec. Bldg. ■»»
«► Phone A 3617 Z
t» Phone A 3617 *»
«» *a
WITH
will make a real estate Investment; $10 a
month will hold it for certain profit In
San Pedro-Los Angeles'
$15,000,000 Harbor,
the only
Guaranteed
city In the world. Phone F2334; Broad
way 4762. or write 202 Security Bldg., Los
Angeles, corner Fifth and Spring streets,
or 117 W. Sixth St., San Pedro, Cal.
■'■■' MASON AND SALLING
6-23-su-tu-th-sat-tf
COUNTRY PROPERTY
Have
Yom
If you have, we want you with us on our
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 30. EXCUR
SION to select a 20-acre tract in our new
FRUIT and ALFALFA COLONY, north ol
Delano, which we have Just placed on the
market at the low price of $50 to $60 per
, acre. Pay us $1 an acre cash and $1 an
acre per month.
Our soil 'la the finest red loam In the
state with an abundance of water at only
35 feet. For a home this land seeded to
ALFALFA will make you Independent; on
the other hand, for a good income and with !
no attention this land can be dry farmed
and made to produce 25 bushels of grain.
Make It a point to see us at once anil
arrange for the excursion. The round-trip
fare is only $5, and this will be refunded
If you buy.
D. J. WILSON LAND CO.,
a&£% Owners
718 Delta Bide.. 426 S. Spring St.
6-26-5
A DESIRABLE PLACE
Ten acres on a corner right at the edge !
of a good town of 5000 population; 4 acres j
set to Valenclas, 1 acre In raspberries, ZW
acres In deciduous fruit, 1 acre In potatoes.
2% acres In peanuts, 25 full bearing walnut
trees, 125 young walnut trees; 12-h. p. pump-
Ing; plant, windmill and tank, plenty of
water; a fine new modern 5-room house, good
barn, chicken houses and runs, good team,
harness, wagon, surrey and farm tools; price
$9000.
Will take In exchange 1-3 or M in good
, city or Long Beach lots. "~~
Call and see ua, as we have a large list 1
rC good properties for sale and exchange.
THE L. A. EVANS COMPANY
431 Citi*>ns National Bank Bldg.,
Third and Main Sts. 6-28-1
OWENS VALLEY LANDS
Apple alfalfa and general farming lands
for sale In Owens river valley at prices
ranging from $10 per acre up.
RANCHES IN ANY SIZE v
from 10 acres up. with the cheapest water
In the state. Call at our office for Informa
tion, printed matter, etc. Let us arrango
with you for a trip to the valley on one of
our excursions.
Kuck-Tobias-Hamill Co.
340 Byrne Bldg. F4158; Broadway 4087.
6-l'3-tf
FOR SALE-PERRIS VALLEY. '■
Choice alfalfa land.-,, 640 acres; -water guar
antied; big snap at $50.
STACK REALTY CO., 631 8. Spring St.,
p^llo, or STACY-WAGNER CO., Riverside.
6-19-lmo
I ALFALFA RANCH-104^4 ACRES, HIGH-
Iy Improved; suitable for cattle, hogs or
dairy; one of the finest places In the Perils
valley; fine buildings; big snap. STACY
REALTY CO., 631 B. Spring, F2U6, or
STACY- WAQNEirtWrrTtlverslde,. 1-26-7
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES |
North Texas Female College
! "KIDD-KEY CONSERVATORY"
, HAROLD YON MICKWITZ. DIRKOTOR
; Classical, Scientific and Literary Courses, Music, Art and Expression
] Leading Ladies College of the Southwest: In Patronage, in Enrollment, in the Fine
i Arts, in Location, (f For catalogue, address the president.
' MRS. L. A. KIDD-KEY, PRESIDENT
! E. L. SPURLOCK, A. B. Z. M. WILLIAMS, A. M.. O. D.
I BUSINESS MANABIH ASSOCIATE PHISIDBNT
I SHERMAN, TEXAS
Cumnock Summer School
BIX WEEKS—Or JULY 5.
Attractive course, with Dr. Richard Burton, Mrs. Merrill Moore Orlgg, Katherine Wls
nor McCluakey, and faculty. Class and prlv ate work in Reading, Expression, Shakes
peare, Dramatic Art. Voice and Physical T raining. "Modern English Drama with Dr.
Burton. Send for catalogue. 1500 South F lgueroa street.
Summer school
College of Fine Arts, XJ. S. C,
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request
W. L. JUDSON, Dean.
tth floor, Hamburger Bide.. Lost Angeles,
mon-tues-thurs-sat-tf
German, English
Shorthand
by experienced teacher. Terms modarat*
110 W. list it. Phone South §«*•.
FOR SALE—YOUR CHOICE OF $90 COURSE
In the International Correspondence School
at substantial discount. Call 345 P. E. bldg.
6-26-3t
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
alogue describing bookkeeping and shorthand
courses Y. M. O. A. t-H-tl
LOS ANOELBS BUSINESS COLLEGE. 411
W. Fifth st. X, R. BHRADBR. Ph. D..
president since 1119. If-11-U
HEVLD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, NORTH
east corner Eighth ani Hill sta. Telephones:
FC7OO. Main 611. 6-8-lmo
BROWNSBEROER COMMERCIAL COL
le«a, VtS-1 W. 7TH. Send for catalogue.
10-3*-ti
FOR SALE
COUNTRY PROPERTY
SACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATED
lands. The largest Irrigation project in
California. The most valuable water right
In the world, granted by special act of
congress.
Irrigating an area from 4 to 12 miles
wide and 70 mllws long in Glenn and
Colusa counties; 160 miles northeast of
Ean Francisco; 86 miles north of Sacra
mento. Both river and rail transporta
tion. Roads graded around each quarter
section. Water delivered to the highest
boundary of each 40. Complete drainage
system. Most perfect system of Irrigation
ever undertaken. No pioneering to be
done. Good towns, with telephones, elec
tricity, schools, churches; $125 an acre,
Including perpetual water right; $16 an
acre cash, balance In ten annual pay
ments. No land sold to speculators—
actual settlers —tillers of the soil wanted.
This Is a Kuhn project. The Kuhns de
veloped the Twin Rails region In Idaho
and their previous signal achievements of
this kind insure the success of their lat
est and greatest undertaking. SACRA
MENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION CO.,
W. S. Kuhn. President. The Kuhn Cali
fornia Project. Vernon J. Barlow, Resi
dent Manager. 606 Central Bldg., Los
Angeles. Cat. 6-1-tf
EXCHANGE FOR GOOD
AUTO OR COTTAGE
$2000—80 acres, unimproved, in Imperial val
ley.
JB2oo—Bo acres, good land, unimproved, In the
. famous Coachella valley, In the artesian
belt.
$1000—40 acres, unimproved, In Kern county.
$3200—160 acres, unimproved, in Kern county.
$3000—600 acres, relinqulshment. In Kern Co.
Want auto or cottage for either of these.
EUGENE J. SPENCER,
429 Merchants Trust bldg., 207 8. Broadway.
Home A 6606, Broadway 2484. 6-28-1
Beam moot
Beautiful country home sites on La Mesa
Mlravilla; 3000 feet elevation; mountain
water; choice apple, pear and cherry land;
i and 10 acre tracts. BEAUMONT LAND
A WATER CO., ill Central Building. Los
Angeles. Cal. 4-2»-tf
MISCELLANEOUS
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
WITH US
Open an account with us.
Watches, diamonds and Jewelry sold on easy
payments,
$1 PER WEEK
All kinds of repairing done. Open Monday
nd Saturday evenings.
SAMUEL M. JOEL, 445V4 S. SPRING.
„.-. 6-28-1
, __ . .
A EASY CHANCE FOR SOME
Lmicky Mac
I have some office furniture, suitable for any
use; the outfit coat me $350 and includes
magnificent desks, artistic chairs, comfort
able divans, and a beautiful rug. Hit me nt
rnce If you want this snap at BOX 254,
Herald. 6-28-3
$3.00 RAZOR sale at $1.00
While they hist; your choice with each
razor, a strop or a hair cut free, 248 S.
Spring St. A34OL 6-20-8
FOR SALE-YOUR CHOICE OF $90 COURSE
In the International Correspondence school
at substantial discount. Call at 345 P. E.
Bldg. ; 6-26-3t
FOR SALE —FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANDERSON. 212 N. Main St. 6-16-tt
DENTISTS
Dr. Bacbmann, 205-206 Majestic Theater
Bldg., 845 H. Bdway. FSUttl; Main 3810.
7-1-tf
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SALT LAKE ROUTS
■ All trains dally except as noted.
"Leave | First Street "station | Arrive
8:35 am «&n Bernardino, I 8:36 am
11:00 am Coiton, 10:41 am
8:41) pm Klversiao. 12:16 pm
I ■■ 1:25 pm
6:24 pm Ontario and 4:36 pm
4:15 pm Pomona 1:10 pn>
»:00 pm ■
! —" j • 8:16 am
8:50 am Long Beach and 11:10 am
1:20 pm I — «an Pedro 7:00 pm
4:40 pm ; • »:M Vm
8:60 am| Santa Catallna Island 7:06~pm
11:30 am Pasadena «]uT3S"am
I Ban Bernardino, I
I Searchlight. Las Vegas. 1
1:00 pml tleatty, Rhyollte, Gold* 111:11 pa
1 Held and TonoDati *.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
SANITARIUM*
THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL,
Exclusively for women and children. Best
equipped and homelike hospital in the city
for confinement cases. Terms to suit. 1248
South Flower. F4134. 3-U-U '
ABSAYING
jonx ii_SmAlCiMaV4^^_aißrT?o't"s«t_M
faction, but accuracy guaranteed. H-11-U
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
From Arcade Station. Fifth and Central aveT
Leave | I Arrive
8:w) am San Francisco via Coast Line, 8:46 am
9:30 am
8:15 am San Luis Oblspo. Paso Roblea. 2:30 pm
2:30 pm Del Monte, Monterey, Santa 9:30 pm
6:15 pm Cruz, San Jose and east 11:45 pa
8:00 pm )
San Hjanclsco and Mojave
6:30 pm Sacramento, Oakland, via 7:05 am
9:20 pm Bakersneld and Fresno 8:16 an
~7?30~am > Fresno 7:05 am
6:00 pm Bakersneld 8:00 am
9:30 pm and Mojava t *:_ pa
Chicago, Kan. aty, <St. Louis
8:45 pm Oolden State Limited 6:65 pm
8:00 pm The Calltorclan. via 7:l* pa
I Yuma. Benson, _I Paso I
Overland—New Orleans via ,
12:01 pm Yuma, Benson, Maricopa, Tuc- V:3O pa
son, £1 Paso, San Antonio,
* Houston .
12:01 pm ". Yuma, Tucson, Benson 1 f :30 am
8:00 pm Lordsburg, Demlng, 7:1:-A/a
7:00 pm El Paso ■ ' [ 1:30 pm
6:slfainf 8:30 am
8:00 am 11:60 am
8:16 am Banta Barbara ' 2:30 ptn
1:45 pm and 7:35 pm
2:36 pm Ventura * 9:30 pm
7:30 pm ('Not Ventura) 11:45 pm
8:15 am Oxnard, Santa Susana, "I 8:30 am
2:35 pm Moorpark, • 11:50 am
7;30 pm Semis, 2:30 pm
Camarlllo * 7:35 pm
_____ ('Oxnard only) [11:45 pa
Santa Paula via Saugus, ————
6:46 am Camulos, Flru, FUlmoro, 11:50 aaa
1:46 pm Batlcoy, llontalvo. Carpln- 7:85 pa
] terla, Bummerland
8:15 am Nordnott ]:» pm
2:35 pm 7:86 pm
"7:46 am ————— • 6:30 am
8:65 am Pomona * 7:15 am
12:01 pm Coltom 7:15 am
8:00 pm Riverside Redlands and 9:35 am
i?'* pm Ban Bernardino 11:26 am
650 pm ('Not Riverside, Redlands 1:80 pm
1:15 pm * or Ban Bernardino) 6:25 pm
I I 7:10 pro
8:66 am Covlna 11:35 am
6:45 pm 7:10 pm
7:45 am] Cblno I 8:35 am
4:00 pm 6:28 pm
Santa Ana, Anaheim, Downey . .
8:65 am and Norwalk 8:30 am
11:16 am 2:15 pm
1:00 pm a* Buena Park, West a* 2:00 pm
6:10 pm Anaheim, West Orange 4:60 pm
\ ('Downey only)
8:65 am] Newport Beach 4:60 pm
8:65 am a Los Alamttos a 4:50 pm
9:45 ami Brawley, Imperial. I 6:30 am
7:00 pmj El Centre. Calaxlco ] 6:65 pm
YioTaml Ban Pedro-Compton • 11:45 am
8.30 pm|» t'Vla Long Beach) [ 6:36 pm
9:05 ami* Long Beach-Compton 11:45 am
3:30 pm| ('Via San Pedro) 6:36 pro
a:O5 am| Santa Catallna Island | 6:36 pm
6:45 am ' ~ I 7:05 an
7:60 am Fernando * 8:40 an
1:45 pm 11:60 am
6:00 pm ('Motor) 7:85 pm
11:80 pm 8:00 pm
8:30 am a Chats worth Park. (See a 8:45 pen
note). (Note— . and from
River station only.)
All trains daily except those marked as fol
lows: "a" Sundays excepted; "b" Sundays
only.
BANTA FE
. ——^sj [ [ Arrive)
Eastern— California Limited, "
MitO am dally, Chicago via Denver 8:8* pea .
_____^ and Kansas City _^^__^
"™~~~~~ Overland Express—Dally ———
1:00 pm Chicago via Denver and 8:30 am
Kansas City .
Eastern Express—Daily ——
1:30 am Chicago via Denver and 7:04 mm
Kansas City
Tourist Flyer— .. / :„•
8:00 am Chicago via Denver and «-a «—
Kansas City !~^
I Kite Shaped—doing via ' ''.. ....' ■ ■
8:80 am Pasadena. Return via 4:34 pa
Banta Ana canyon . . .
7:86 ami 10:00 am
8:30 am Redlands via Pasadena . i ; oo p.-_
8:00 pm S;4O pm
«=»0 pro ; 1M pm
7:30 am Redlands via Orange 10:15 am
KM am 6:10 pro
1:00 dm
T:Bt am Riverside via Pasadena' 6:40 pm
I "7:30 ami • ' 7:08 pm
10:66 am Riverside via Orange 1035 am
; ,5:06 1"" __Wpm
7:80 am 1 7:06 am
10:66 am Corona via Orange . ' io : js am
5:06 pm ■ s ■ 6:80 pn>
7:30 ami . 7:06 am
10:56 am San Bernardino via Oranga 10:36 am
sjoo pm - 6:30 pm
7:56 ami" | : )0 am
8:30 am 10:00 am
10:00 am Ban Bernardino via Paw- 4:00 pm
8:00 pm dena 1:40 pm
4:80 pm 6:00 pm
sloopS ■';/ W■* t:«pm
8:00 pm 7:#) pm
8:55 am ' ,f. . 1:66 am
8:16 pm Bant- AM |-. ';• 8:26 am
6:05 pm V. „ • „ V. 1:00 pm
11:55 pm • ' J 6:lt pm
"7:30 am] "iTtTara
8:55 am 7:05 am
10:65 am Fullerton, Anaheim, 8:88 am
2:16 pm . Orange - 10:85 am
6:06 pm 1:00 pm
ll_s6_pm - _• - - 8:80pm
7:85 am Ban Jaelnto, Blslnore, He- 10:86 am
10:65 am met and Murlatta 6:80 pm
10:25 am Rsdondo ' ~ 4:60 pm
1:16 pm r ~" Shicondi'do 1:00 pa
8:65 am - Fallbrook ■ «:16 pm
8:66 am Ban Diego and 6.86 am
2:15 pm Coronado Beaoa 1:00 pa
I 11:66 pm Surf Line 6:U pm
i T:80 am Randsburg Voe asa
IMpmf* Bearohllght and Caloride . T:O6 a-t
■ »m 9m ! Beatty. Rhyollta. Ck.ldft__ 6:8» tos
1 andToooea* ,
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