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BRANCH OFFICES
LONG BEACH
< Ocean and Pine streets.
I OCEAN PARK
114 Pier avenue,
PASADENA
80 W. Colorado it.
SAN BERNARDINO
"' 438 Court atrcot.
SANTAANA
315 N. Sycamore at. .
~~ DIED
BEES—Dr. David W. Rcea of Needles. Cal..
beloved husband of Margaret M. Rees and
.son of Louis Kama, at California hospital,
July 31, 1910. age 41 years. Funeral Tues
day, August 3, at 2 p. m., from chapel of
Peck * Chase, 1209 South Figueroa. 8-1-3
BOWERS-E E. Bower*. July 30. Will be
. burled August 1, at 2 p. m., in Evergreen
cemetery. 8-1-1
CEMETERIES
rosedaleTcemetery
An endowed memorial park, noted for Its
natural beauty;' endowment fund for per
petual care, over $360,000; modern receiving
vault, chapol, crematory and columbarium;
accessible. City office, suite 802-806 EX
CHANGE BLDG., northeast corner Third
and Hill sts. Phones Main 909; A 3620.
Cemetery office, 1831 W. Washington st.
Phones 72858; West 80. S-2-12mo
HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY
Rolling lawn*, trees, shrubbery and beauti
ful lake*. »
MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT
Situated In the most beautiful section of
Southern California, the Ideal location. Just
inside Los Angeles city limit*.
Melrose and'Colegrove car line* to grounds.
■ « A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT
All3l. 208 Laughlln Bldg. Main 301.
Cemetery phone* 59035; Hollywood 512.
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
The Lo* Angeles Cemetery association. Boyle
Heights, near city limits. Operated under
perpetual charter from Los Angeles city.
Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, 339 Bradbury Building.
' Phone* Main 052; A34U6.
. Cemetery—Homo D 1083; Uuyle 9.
6-5-12 m
WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR NEW PAR
lor*. corner Twelfth and Hope streets.
ORR: & EDWARDS CO.,
Sterling S. Boothe. Pies, and Treas.
John D Fart.-, Vice Pre*, and Sec. 8-4-tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
POULTRY RAISERS WANTED— IM-
- perlal valley offer* un
lyifflfj ■ usual opportunities for
.JSC" \ clilcken and turkey
Asr*^<^k. raising. Wo will holp
fßjj/AffllteT^a you to stnrt by giving
# usual opportunities for
chicken and turkey
raising. We will holp
ynu to start by giving
ynu the easiest kind of
tjhl terms on small tracts
of patented laud ad-
Sg^^SSg join ing Brawley or
■JL^BwiJvj, Westmoreland. IMPER
CTiTnIW lAL INVESTMENT CO.,
j ".lK.nir. Brawley and Westmore
land land*. Brawley, Imporlal county. Cal.
„-. • S-l-3-5.-7-4t
BARGAINS IN SODA FOUNTAINS— PA
CIFIC COAST SODA FOUNTAIN FAC-
I TORY. 183 E. Fourth st. 6-»-tt
..,'.■;". baths " '".;;_
JIEMEMBER THE, NUMBER, 119V4 SOUTH
Spring, suite 8.; chiropody, electricity, mas
sage' vapor and shower hatha. 6-t-tf
MASSAGE, BATHS. CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants. JEAN LUNN, 620 S. Bway, 2-17-tf
BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 218
3. BROADWAY. ROOM 220. 7-30-tf
c *— —- ' " =
, TYPEWRITERS „ V
MAKES REBUILT TYPEWRITERS.' fc
Price* lowest in til* city. ',_"*>'-'.,
Regular $3 rental machine* reduced to $3,M
month, or '.hreo months for $£. . " ■ «v,
LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
Branch ' "' -. >■
AMERICAN '.7BI'«NQ MACHINE CO., .'.
A 6913. 188 P. Broadway. Main 8969.
. ■■-. , i ■■■-■-.. ■■■ • .... 8-8-tl
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT AND RENTED.
All makes guaranteed; repairing. MAKER.
HOBY ' CO. tine.) 844*4 So. Broadway.
Main 4691; A 407?. . „ 10-11-U
VISIBLE I TYPEWRITER, AS GOOD -AS
ever, worth ' $40, • for quick cash take It for
410. Apply Room 11, 244V1, S. BROADWAY.
_!,•,'. -, ' ' ' »: ; '7-sl-2t
I.- ,1 '■-■■' ,1 ■'
<__, ;> STORAGE
LARUE PRIVATE, LOCKED, IRON ROOMS
for furniture, etc;; $1.60 and ft per month.
Trunk*, boxer, etc., 260 to Wo; open van*. I
$1 per'day,- or 76c per hour, We pack .and
a' 'P household goods' everywhere at re- -:
duced rate*. COLYEAR'S VAN AND STOR- '
AGE CO., offices 609-u B. Main St. War**' '
house 416-17 San Pedro St. Phones F3171; '
Kiln 1117. • . ■ ■■■■ : l-M-tf ,
r - ■ ' ■ iB
CHURCH NOTICEB V ;j, ,';
PENIEL HALL, 227 S. MAIN. NOON PRAY
•r meeting dally; gospel meeting every .
night. 3-l-6mo '
~~™ ABSAYING
JOHN HERMAN, 253H H. Main. Not satis
faction, but accuracy guaranteed. 12-32-tf
WANTED
HELP—MALE
i i
WANTED—MEN AND BOYS; NO EXPENSE
! to ltarn trad* "i electricity, automobiles,
| plumbing, bricklaying by actual contract
jobs; only few months required; 200 students
last year; catalogue free. UNITED TRADE
SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO., 847 Paclilo
Electric bldg, - ' 8-1-lmo
WB WANT A LIVE MAN TO TAKE
charge of our house and lot department;
must be a worker and have some money;
to such a man wo have an excellent
opening. Call and »cc v«. PATTON &
LONGLEY, 830 S. Hill. 7-30-3
WANTED—TWO GOOD BOYS AT ONCE
for carrying route*. East of San Pedro
■treat and south of Fifth street. Apply
for MARX, Herald office, after 5 p. m,
7-27-tf
ALL CLERKS, WAREHOUSEMEN, COOKS,
etc., who were released on account of close
down on *4U*duo. kindly report to D. J.
DESMOND, 431 Central bldg. 7-31-3t
WANTED CATHOLIC YOUNG MAN," 427
Byrne bldg., 253 S. Broadway. Extension
Magazine. 7-31-3
HELP —FEMALE
WANTED—FOUR LADIES, BEAUTY CUL
ture; pay big; learn right. FLORENTINE
HAIRDRESSINO COLLEGE, world*
largest. 227 Mercantile place, corner Broad
way. 8-IS-tI
CATHOLIC LADY WANTED, 427 BYRNE
bldg., 253 S. Broadwaf. Extension Magazine.
| ■ . 7-31-3t
SITUATIONS—
WANTED-BY AN ELDERLY MAN OF GOOD
habits, not afraid of work, a steady home;
not big pay, as good plain cook; clean and
saving; houiewor'. of any kind: care of
horfe, cows and lawn. Address or call JOHN
S. ROUSE, 128 E. First St. 7-24-7
WANTED—PLACE ON CHICKEN RANCH
by young man between 19 and 20; want*
to learn business; state location and
term*. H. E. MATTESON. 1160 Magnolia
aye.. Long Beach. Cgl. 7-28-10
iVANTED-PLACE ON CHICKEN RANCH
by young man between 19 and 20; wants to
' learn business; state location and terms.
11. E. MATTESON. 1160 Magnolia aye., Long
Beach. _■, 7-29-St
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency. 510 Vlgnea street. Main 5726;
Home A 4884. Men for housecleanlng, yard
work and general labor, 8-24-tf
WANTED-BY RELIABLE, COMPETENT
young man, sweeping and window cleaning
by day. in residence*, etc., $2, carfare.
Main 5"45. 7-31-4
WANTED—A POSITION AS A HOISTER OR
boom derrick engineer, with references. Call
or address GEO. BEMMERLY, 321 N. Broad
way. 7-26-7t
EXPERIENCED' COLORED CHAUFFEUR,
with city references, wishes position with
private family. Address BOX 403, Herald.
■ 7-31-31
FIRST-CLASS TENOR WANTS TO SING
at concertß or theater. Good city refer
ence*; four languages. BOX 279, Herald.
- ' - 7-27-13
WANTED—POSITION BY BOY OF Tt
years as office or errand boy or any sim
ilar position where won't have to furnish
wheel. Phone BOYLE 2133. 7-$3-tf
YOUNG MAN STENOGRAPHER, AGE 20,
just graduated, permanent position In city.
Rapid shorthand writer. Phone MAIN 8298.
1-81-10
WANTED- SITUATION AS CHAUFFEUR, j
Repair own car and be generally useful; '
references. Call BOYLE 1091. 7-31-4 j
wanted-by" vounTman, lTght work
cf any kind. Inquire for ROBT. PITSEN
BARGER. 412 E. 62d St. 7-26-7
WANTED— BY LICENSED ELE
vator operator. Can alas repair machinery.
BOX 114. Herald/ 7-31-4
WANTED—POSITION AB MARKING Dis
tributor. MARTIN EVANS, West 8070. 7-28-7
-■-- ___=_____________.
. SIT ATI ON .S— MALE
STENOGRAPHER—YOUNG LADY. EXPE
rlenced office aasistant and stenographer,
wishes position in good firm. Excellent
reference*. Addres* BOX 262, HERALD
OFFICE. . 7-SO-tf
MIDDLEAGED LADY DESIRES POSITION
on ranch part of time for expenses; la a
good seamstress and home dressmaker;
would not object to light housework. BOX
74. Herald, - T-39-7
RESPECTABLE WOMAN WOULD LIKE A
situation with a couple in th* city or coun
try as a Janitress or caretaker. Address
819^ W. THIRD ST. 7-81-St
YOUNG LADY WITH A-l OIL LINE EX
perience wants position a* stenographer, blu
er or price work. Can give reference. Phone
EAST it*. «-l-tt
WANTED-BY RELIABLE. COMPETENT
young man, sweeping and window cleaning
by day In residence*; $3, car* fare. MAIN
6049. ■ " 7-31-4
WANTED— ASSIST AT LUNCHES. AF
ternoon I as or evening receptions; best of
references. Addre** 1633 REID ST. 7-26-7
WANTED—CHILDREN'S DRESSMAKING.
Infant*' wardrobe, or family sewing; experi
enced. 62119; MAIN 7195. 7-81-10
WANTED-SEWINO BY THE DAY. AD
dresa 1633 REID ST. 7-26-7
•SITUATIONS—MAUS AND FUIAU
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN. 12 YEARS' Ex
perience, formerly manager Manhattan Au
tomobile Exchange and National Automobile
Exchange, selling all makes of motor car*,
wants a permanent position with some good
responsible automobile company. Address
JOSEPH BELL, residence, The Iris Apart
ments, room 18, 12159 S. Olive St. Home
Sunset, Broadway 2493. 7-81-8
, , i,
WANTED—WORK* IN PRIVATE iIOUSS,
$30 month, room and board, while attend
ing achool; school hour* from 1 to ( p. m.
P. O. BOX 347. City. g-l!-ti
WANTED— PURCHASE STOCK
WANTED—
Stock in the Los Angel** Investment com
pany; any amount up to $40,000; will pay
within 6 per cent of the company's selling
price. O. 7.. car* Glob* Saving* Bank.
•-11-tt
TO MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
' bed*. 768 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones Main
! 1106; EBO4l. 13-17-tf
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—SECOND HAND FILE CASES
for card ay at em and dooumant ale; muat be
modern and In good order. BOX 221, Her
' aid.' ' ■ ' ■ ' - «-»-M
_„_ * ' ■» ' '■■ ■ I 'II M——-—■—^—l I lIS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS ~ FBRSONAIT
Injury claim* specialty; ••tat-* settled. J.
W. MACY, $31 Douglaa bid*. Phonn ABN*.
Main 8633.. ... .■ • „ ■, .. , «
DIVORCE LAWS OF NEVADA AND OTHER
state* fit* on request. BOX 813, Qoldfleld.
Nevada. ■ ■■■'■■' »-»-tf
BUSINESS PERSONALS
MRS* MASSON, . THE NOTED LONDON
. palmist. Ail a SPRING, over Owl drug
store. ■■ •'■ " ■■ 11-H-tl
1 i MM ,|^—.......^—-M^—^^iiMWiiaaiii*!—
; SANITARIUMS
THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
['---luslvely for women and children. Bert
''f tulpped and homelike hospital In th* city
for confinement cases. Terms to suit. 184$
' South Flower. F4134. - 3-13-tl
CESSPOOLS ■ .
1.-PERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPING CO.—WE
tak* out <arg**t load.. Wan $306; $3040.
8-10-U
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1010.
FOR SALE
nousES ' j
CITY—FOR SALE
! BUNGALOWS
,
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 moat modern Interior finish and conveniences, as hard
wood floor*, beams, plat* rail, buffet, beautiful fireplace, bookcases, buffet
kitchen, screen porch, decorated and tinted wall*, Cement porch, gas, electrlo
light* and sewer, lawns made, shad* trees, etc. (
Bach home, buyer Is given the free use of and option upon th* adjoining va
cant lot for two years at present price.
A FEW PRICES
—Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
"', , ; $3100 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
—Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
—Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
$3500 Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
,s4loo—Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
$5000—Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
$5700 —Modern 8-Room Bungalow.
Other* from $3000 to 17000.
Ail upon our rent-paying terma Monthly payment* Including Interest. In
surance and taxes.
OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT
Upon th* same terms.
Agent* at Tract.
Grand avenue car marked West 48th street direct to the tract.
Our auto* In waiting at our Hill afreet office every day except Sunday.
Hay* properties In all sections of the city.
I
DEEBLE TRACT SPECIALS
Hooper aye. car on Spring at. to 86th *t.
» $2850—Modern 8-room bungalow.
$1500 Modern 6-room bungalow.
$100 cash, $25 a month.
Call and let us show .you some of our choice homes.
Los Alleles Investment Co.
Main 2248 333-337 S. HILL ST. 60127
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
$$$$$$$$$$$$
: ORCHARD.-:
i BALE 111
I ACRES :
/A
-T FREE EXCURSIONS **
HOURLY **
trX*
Invest your money In beautiful <fr
m- Ea«t Whlttler district, 214 to 15
-acre tract*. -60
** LOOK AT THIS <»
** We are selling the cream of this &}>
a- 'district at $450 up per acre; one
** fourth cash, balance long time, 40
low Interest. We can positively
try show you where you can clear *-.
$500 per acre in two years. Go out
fry and see the new orchards being •
planted. Two-year-old orchards mm
tja. sell at $1800 per acre; 4 and s
year-old orchards $3000 to $2500 ■«»
m per acre. .
w ORCHARD DALE—An Ideal .£»
__ home villa.- Subdivision overlook
** ' ing mountain, valley and sea. Ab- m~
aolutely frostless, rich silt soil.
** abundance ,
*» : ;" FREE WATER m
mty Now piped to every acre.
mr>
41% $100,000/ worth of Improvements
given to lta purchasers. j&
£ SEE ORCHARD DALE **
Early and Buy the Cream **
** of Southern California m
**■ w
« y Davison, Smith **
«* ; & Mizener . J
Owner*.
tr> , *f~
«- 218-219 Pac. Elec. Bldg. **
a*m mm
£S~-, Phone A 3617.
*T &
$_t,(t,(>(jji2jd>dj(l'(J*^fl*
3>__p_p«_p^_l«J>ipipi|l_p^
ON THE VENICE SHORT LlNE—slsoo—
192^4x183, well located, equal to four lots,
- next to new Venice boulevard; Just th*
place for rambling California bungalow.
GEORGE J COTE, 720 H. W. Hellman
Bldg. Main 8684; A 5161. 7-H-83t
i SAN PEDRO
BUY REAL ESTATE NOW AT POINT FIR
• mln (the beautiful new residence district
of San Pedro). The Lake Tahoe of South
ern California, overlooking the $3,000,000
breakwater being built by the U. S. gov
ernment, and who have Just purchased a
new presidio and will spend $3,600,000 for
Improving the same.. Corporations spend
ing $2,000,000 building dockage, Los An
geles voted $3,000,000 bonds and expect
to vote $10,000,000 to build , wharf and
dockage, making $18,000,000 to b<*" *pent.
Buy lots and blocks now^for Investment
or speculation while ' you can. For sale,
easy terms. GEO. H. PECK & CO., 203
and 203 Lankershlm Bldg., Los Angeles;
Sixth street. Bank of San Pedro Block,
San Pedro. : J-28-m-w-f-tf
FOR SALE
nousES
HOUSES
SNAP
6-Room Bungalow
$75 Cash
AS GOOD AS NEW MODERN 8-ROOM
BUNGALOW
Buffet, fireplace, cabinet kitchen, screen
porch, bath, toilet, tinted walls, beautiful
street.
Hooper aye. car line on 36th st.
THIS IS A GENUINE BARGAIN.
Price $3800; $24 a Month.
LOS ANGELES ' •
INVESTMENT COMPANY
333-337 S. Hill St.
Main 2245. 60127.
LARGEST CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING CO.
IN THE WORLD.
T-Sl-tt
A Cozy 4-Moom Bungalow
$1250
$50 down, $15 per month, Including inter
eat 7 per cent well built house, toilet, bath
room, cabinet kitchen, large closets, screen
porch, large lot, best of soil. Ideal climate;
artesian water, near schools, churches,
stores, There 1* everything to recommend
this proposition; nothing; against it. This
home 1* all right. See Owner at 641 8. Main
st. I. Ehrlich, Putney Place. $-1-1
FOR SALE—S3OOO; A VERY PRETTY
bungalow at 3039 FOSTER ST.. near :
Hoover; . lot 60x135 to 16-foot alley; all
Improvements in. This can be bought on
the easiest terms. HENRY A. GREENE,
406 Citisens Bank Bldg. Phones Main
135; F3295. ' 7-31-tf
FOR —RESIDENCE. MODERN. 8
ROOMS, 2 SLEEPING PORCHES, WEST
LAKE DISTRICT; LOT 60x160; EAST
FRONT; HIGH GROUND; BUILT 3
YEARS. OCCUPIED BY OWNER. CALL
HOME PHONE 51691, T-17-6
WE WANT A LIVE MAN TO TAKE
charge of our house and lot department;
must be a worker and have some money;
to such a man we have an excellent
opening. Call and see us. PATTON &
LONOLEY, 330 S. Hill. 7-30-3 I
*— 1 1
FOR PORTABLE HOUSE, 18x25; FINE
condition. Low price for Immediate sals; '
cash or terms. SOUTH 3689. or P. O. BOX
111)8. Huntington Park. 8-24-tf
* UK-Mi lilt*
SEPARATE DOCKED IRON ROOMS, $$.$»
per month. Trunk*, box**, *to., 25* t* 40a
Phon* for our large van when you aaar*
11.2$ mat boar.
COLTBAR WAREHOUSE CO.
(11-17-18 tea P*dro at. Main oftloa 444-11
& Mala at. Phon* Mala 1117.1 run.
FOR SALE
COUNTRY PROPERTY
SACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATED
land*. Th* largest Irrigation project In
California. The moat valuable water right
-la the wogld, granted by special act of
congress.
Irrigating an area from 4 to 12 miles
I wide and 70 miles long In Glenn and
. Colusa counties; 150 miles northeast of
San Francisco, 85 miles north of Sacra-
I mento. Both river and rail transporta
tion. Roads graded around each quarter
1 section. Water delivered to the highest
boundary of each 40. Complete drainage
. ayatem. Most perfect system of Irritation
1 ever undertaken No pioneering to be
done. Good towns, with telephones, elec
tricity, acloola. churches; $126 an acre,
Including perpetual wator right; $15 an
acre cash. balance In ten annual pay
ments. No land sold to speculators—only
actual settlers—tillers of the soil wanted.
This Is a Kuhn project. The Kuhns de
veloped the Twin Ralls region In Idaho
and their previous signal achievements of
this kind injure the success of their lat
est and greatest undertaking. SACRA
MENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION CO.,
W. 8. Kuhn. President. The Kuhn Cali
fornia Project, Vernon J. Barlow. Resi
dent Manager, 506 Central Bldg., Los
| Angeles. Cal. 4-I-tt
FOR SALE-GOOD FIVE-ACRE CHICKEN
I ranch In San Luis Obippo county; good soil;
j ' almost new 7-room house, fine well, wind
_ ill and tank, good sized barn; enly few
blocks from good school and railway station;
In best of climate' will go tor $1800 In next
20 days.
I have also
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
! Town property, ranches, large and small,
walnut orchards and eucalyptus lands, all In
San Luis Obispo county.
For further particular* call on or address
D. B. MEAD, Westgate, Cal. 7-17-lmo
WE WANT A ""LIVE ~MAN TO TAKE
charge of our house and lot department;
must be a worker and have some money;
to such a man we have an excellent
opening. Call and see ua PATTON &
LONGLEY, 330 S. Hill. 7-80-3
CITY LOTS AND LANDS
i' ■■■i.. ■ ■ H
FOR SALE— RESIDENCE LOT. N.
W. corner 57th aye. and Aldama at..
Highland Park; street work, sidewalks
and sewer all paid for; fine bungalow
site. Can arrange terms. Might consider
good exchange. Address
OWNER
1542 North Hoover. T-16-tf
WE WANT A LIVE MAN TO TAKE
charge of our house and lot department;
must be a worker and have some money;
to such a man we have an excellent
opening. Call and see us. PATTON &
LONGLEY, 330 S. Hill. 7-30-3
IF YOU LIKE VERMONT SQUARE Dis
trict, phone or see CHARLES MCCAR
THY, Fifty-first and Normandle avenue,
for the "best there Is" out this way.
Phone West 321. 7-31-5
COUNTRY PROPERTY—IMPERLU,
VALLEY
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Orange and Alfalfa Land
You can grow 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. No alkali or
hardpan; plenty pure water; near R. R.;
perfect title; should bring $100 per acre In
one year, -< •
An opportunity of a lifetime. Don't mis*
It. Will sell half.
CALIFORNIA LAND CO.
641-2 San Fernando Bldg. Phone A 1365.
7-31-31
PIANOS
1^ .
DO NOT CALL ON US UNTIL YOU HAVE
visited other first class houses. Then
only can you appreciate our very auperior
pianos at consistent prices. Chickerlng
Bros., Schaeffer, Kreil-French, Bennett,
French & Sons, Jesse French, Lagondas,
Carltons, Crawfords, etc. We have a
Webber, a Cable and a Clifford piano that
will bo offered for from $175 to $250 only.
All are in the best of shape and are fine
toned Instruments. METCALF-ACKLEY
GUSTAVESON CO.. second floor. 720 So.
Broadway. "Elevator Cuts the Price."
7-31-2
PIANOS AT $860 AND $8 PER MONTH.
Square piano* ot standard mark** la ex
cellent condition. Will **11 on th* above
■mall payment*. GEO. J. BIRKBL CO..
848-847 B. Spring at 10-18-t»
A. G. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON ST. PIANOS
«old, rented, tuned; very low rates. 7-10-30t
POULTRY, BIRDS. DOGS. SUPPLIES
FOR SALE— FINE THOROUGBRED
Barred Rock cock bird and few hens same
breed; all good strain, prolific layers: will
sell male bird with or without hens or will
exchange for pullets, fryer* or broiler*. These
birds are splendid breeder*, but owner must
redluce stock. ' Also have a few fancy young
cockerels at reasonable prices. 1543 NORTH
HOOVER. ; 7-17-tf
LIVE STOCK
FOR SALE—MULES FROM AQUEDUCT—
Owing to recent laying off of the forces
on the aqueduct, I am obliged to sell one
carload of my best mules. Same can be
seen at the Cudahy Packing Company, Macy
and Center street. D. J. DESMOND. 7-31-3t
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—DOUBLE TRIP TO THE ORI
ENT, THROUGH CHINA AND JAPAN,
VIA HONOLULU, WITH STOPOVER
PRIVILEGES AT ALL PORTS OF CALL.
PHONE MAIN 8753. 7-28-tf
FOR SALE—DOCTOR'S OFFICE OF OSTEO
pathy and chiropractor; everything up to
date; doing a good business; must leave
city. 331% S. Spring st. Room 8. 7-18-tf
IF YOU WANT TO GET GOOD BOYS' AND
youths' suits for $3.50. com* to CHEAP
JOHN. 716 E. Fifth St. 7-20-lmo
FOR SALE. CHEAP—3OO-LB. ICE Ca
pacity grocery refrigerator. Apply I'SOO S.
MAIN ST. 7-30-3
FOR SALE—FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANDERSON. 212 N. Main *t. 6-15-tf
FOR SALE-NICE BARBER SHOP. AD
dress BOX 21. Herald. 7-31-2
SPECIAL NOTICES
YOUR EYES .
This Is your opportunity to have your eyes
examined by a well known specialist. To ;
those presenting this notice at 328 Security
Building, Dr. Jesberg extends the courtesy
of free examination and consultation. Thla
will not obligate you to buy glasses.
. RELIABLE OPTICAL CO..
r..% ■-.' 328-329 Security Building.
FIFTH AND SPRING, THIRD FLOOR.
7-28-tf
I WILL GO ON THE OPEN MARKET AND
buy a building lot or land wherever seieoted
to the amount of $400, and have it deeded to
the person sending largest cash order for Mag
gie Mason. Planet Hour Dials at 25 cents ■
each, from a bundle of only 3000, which when '
sold the names of all buyer^ will bo pub
lished and deed delivered. Be careful to
date all orders even to the hour and minute.
Address all orders to NIVER THE SEER,
R. D. 4, Box 315, Los Angeles, who Is prop
erty responsible to back this deal. 7-31-3 I
WANTED—LA DIKS' AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAIN 8597; F5836. «-2»-13mo .
CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OF CAR- '
rara paint. $1.50 per gallon. SHEERAN'M. '
$00 8, Broadway *-15-t«
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION
IT'S LIKE THIS: WE PAY NO RENT AND ;
sell cash, cash, cash. Don't care a bean
for profit until we get buyers running to our .
new location. See who's here. CWckerlng ■
upright, beautiful $600 style; used, yes, but
line condition, $225. Schaff like new, worth
$450, $250; Wlllard, a $350 style. $1.50; Kelso. '
a beauty, only $125; Haynes mission effect, •
$110, and other* We pay no rent and sell
cash, cash, cash. PACIFIC MUSIC CO., 627
South Broadway. Take elevator, 7-31-.it
~ DENTISTS \
Jr. Bachmann, 20S-2011 Majestio Theater
Bldg., «4& S. Bdway. I5UBlj Mala 8810.
y*jyf a-mJ
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
I Summer School
College of Fine Arts, TJ. S. C.
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request.
W. L. JUDSON, Dean.
f?'l dCI German, English
Uuslnes* College. Northeast corner Eighth LJJLXWI. 1-J.l.iU.J.vl
and Hill streets. 1-6700; Main 811. by ,»p, r)eßeed „»h*r. Term. moderate
SEND FOR FULL INFORMATION. tie W. list it. Phone South 1411,
~Z~Z ~* Am. m^. FOR SALE-ONE YEAR SCHOLARSHIP AT
_./^ &&&G€jjS^S?r . /t/f. the Cumnock School of Expression; price tor
IVI lt\'fAar//jr/Li"tS /A/ ivtf the year's tuition. $180, but on account of
L_J__MV///^/0/_W>_/WJ^_«,/^ Illness will sell $ir«>. Telephone Los Art-
Z^CrM<U'Z/ /{iZ&e!j^J^/f"-fty^ cgeles, Home phono F2570, 7-81-3
>>—-^ '**-^ EXAMINATION, CALIFORNIA GRAMMAR
till Floor, Hamburger Bldg.. Los Angele*. certlilcate September 6; review at Boynton
mon-tues-thurs-sat-u Normal. 828 Stlmsoa Blk. A 1840; Hi way.
HAVE TOU SEEN OUR ©A* SCHOOL CAT- J, 9"- Arizona al»° "amines in Septem
alogu* describing bookkeeping and shorthand per- ; '"'*""'
course* T. M. C. A. »-U-U THE ROWELII VACATION SCHOOL RE
LOS B'JSINESS COLLBOB. 417 mains In session during the summer,
w Fifth Atrn/Lh BHRADER. Ph. D. There Is time to make up back studies.
pr».M«n" .Inc. 1110 10-.1-tt 720^3. HROADWAY. 7-io-3
<
___, "I was Jlst horrified yesterday
fwhen I went down to the beach.
ssj£ Goodness sakes alive, fer a while •
jS>|_ij|\- I almost thought I was ship
8r TOliS^ka wrecked on a cannibal Island,
v. there was so many almost naked
~ *4m\l?^rWM/ith*\ people around. I swan to mercy
Jf^^^^m^^Kn I could hardly drag your Uncle
y!^^B^km\mmV^i-i-^L Fuller away from the strand. I
imyH&M'yffitm\ believe that's what they called
■8 it- He, the sly °' sinner, kept
a-sayin' that the view was so
flne. It was, but he wasn't
-_rCp3^_&_:i§_y a-lookin' at the view, unless you
j&J22jtfV^S_2j^| call more'n hal-' a dozen gals
<®sjpsg^^shL with hardly any clothes on 'a
"<4is__j2_™>X^l^ view.' 1 thought they was a
"^^^SS^t* Alls sight, an* I told Fuller that a
WW man of his years would do very
well to go back an' sit down on
one o' the benches an' listen to the tune of '01' Hundred.'
as played by the Eytalian band." . „ .
Uncle Fuller's point o' view is like some advertisers.
Some of 'em think that hand-bills 'er a good thing, some
list dote on circulars, others pin their faith to billboards,
en then after they've spent their money for something they
didn't get, they hurry up to get into the newspaper as the
one safe shot. ,_. ■ ._____..._________. • ,
It's a heap better to have a little foresight than a lot
o' hind sight. The Herald sells advertising that brings re
■ sults.
V ■ - - -■■ tm*
>■ " ■ i "■ SSSSS '" " * i
FOR RENT
APARTMENTS—FURNISHED AND
UNFURNISHED '
Hotel Seville '
722-734 8. FLOWER ST.
Ob* of th* fineot family hotel* in th* city.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heat;
hot aad cold water; electrlo light*; European
plan. Only a ab irt walk from Broadway.
Phone*: Main 8512; F4SBI. 4-1-tl
The St.'Regis
Hou*ekeepng apartments. 237 So. Flower st.
Main 2290; A 7336. Near business center; at- 1
tractive building, coo! porches, room phones,
clean, nicely furnished apartments, $12.(0
to $25.
Single rooms $3.50, $4 weekly; $8-50 to
$15 monthly. 7-2-lmo
FURNISHED
HADDON HALL HOTEL
830H South Spring st. Large, clean, well
furnished rooms; rates by week, $2 to $4:
month, $7 to $15; day. 50c, 75c, $L 7-13-1$
—UNFURNISHED
FOR RENt—5-ROOM HOUSE, ALL MOD
ern Improvement*, very near car line, $16.
Take Hollywood car, oft at Mohawk, one
block north and one west. 1135 WATER
LOO ST. 7-30-3
FLATS—UNFURNISHED,
FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM MODERN FLAT,
near Moneta. at 306 W. 47TH PLACE; rent
$15. Phone South 3853, 7-31-it
PHYSICIANS
DR. HICKOK. DR. HICKOK.
SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Treats all diseases of women under a POS
ITIVE GUARANTEE. Ladles who have for
merly paid for each treatment, whether ben
efited or not, will appreciate the difference.
Pay only for satisfactory result*. Charges
moderate.
DR. -TICKOK give* modern antlseptlo
treatment and patiehts are In no danger of
blood poison or Infection. Everything is
sterilized before use.
DR. HICKOK provide* a private home,
with nursing, for woman In confinement.
- Xpert care and home comforts at reason
able rates. Confinements by modern meth
ods are safe end 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 la Invited to call
for free consultation and free examination.
Dr. HICKOK carefully examines every case
and gives an honest opinion and reliable
advice free. X-RAY EXAMINATION made
when necessary. If a case Is accepted for
treatment a cure Is guaranteed. Moderate
charges for satisfactory results. Terms can
always be arranged. Hour* 10 to 4. Sun
days 10 to 1. Phone F8236 for appointment
at other times,
DR. HICKOK. 632 W. 6th St., Suite 107.
__^_ 7-30-tf
DR. AND MRS. WELLS.
SPECIALISTS IN DISEASES OF WOMEN
Dr. Wells' improved antiseptic methods
POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
In all diseases and Irregularities of wo
men. Consultation free and confidential.
702 S. SPRING ST., room 206. 7-20-lmo
DR. CROCKER
Specialist for Women.
Hamburger* Majestio Theater Building,
Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4.
. . CONSULT FREE.
l!-25-13mo
WE WILL GIVE FREE HOSPITAL TREAT
ment for a few confinement cases during
August. Telephone Main 4111; F5394. or
address MISS REARDON. 418 Llssner
Bldg. •<> 7-30-tf
IF YOU REALLY WANT TO BH CURED
you better call on the European specialist at
846 S. Grand aye. and be treated right.
7-39-lmo
WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Obstetrics, surgical and medical cases. Terms
reasonable. 1215 S. Flower F4134. 3-13-tf
WOMEN—PRIVATE HOME PREVIOUS TO ',
confinement. 221 W. JEFFERSON ST.,
between Main and Grand. 7-28-tf
DR. TAYLOR. 817 S. MAIN ST. DlS
eases of women. 3-9-
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
FOR SALE!—MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS—
Take advantage of the opportunity whloh
we'offer you to secure a fine $375 piano,
guaranteed for 10 years, at the exoep- j
tlonally low price of $277.50; $5 down
and $1.25 per week, no Interest: money
back If not as represented. Lit* Insur
ance feature. Call or writ* for our free
booklet which explain* this offer In de- .
tail. FITZGERALD MUSIC CO.. 623 S.
Broadway. 1-U-U
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
FOR EXCHANGE
REAL ESTATB
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA—FOR EXCHANGE
—We have an equity of 2700, amounting to
one-half the value of 640 acres of land in
the most fertile valley of Southern California;
plenty of water; will exchange for vacant
or Improved property In Loa Angela* or
vicinity.
CALIFORNIA LAND CO.
641-3 San Fernando Bldg. 7-29-6
FOR EXCHANGE — 28 - ACRE WALNUT
grove, 4 block* from railroad and electrlo
station, only 12 miles from Los Angeles.
Price 125,000. Will take half In trad*.
ERIKSON & CO.
105 W. Sixth St. Ground Floor.
Phone~F2374. 7-31-2t
FOR EXCHANGE—CLEAR LOT AT RE
DONDO FACING THE OCEAN. FINE
VIEW. FINE FOR APARTMENTS.
THREE BLOCKS FROM CITY HALL.
WOULD EXCHANGE FOR LOT AT
GLENDALB, TROPICO, HUNTINGTON
PARK OR CITY. VALUE $900.. AD
DRESS BOX 6<4. HERALD. 7-14-tl
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATB. WE
do. Large list to choose from. What hay*
you?
SEE LUNDEEN FOR HOMES CO..
Suite 233 Central Bldg., 6th and Main St*.
MI-IBM
FOR EXCHANGE—A CLEAR LOT AT
COLTON. CAL., VALUE $300, FOB
DIAMOND, RUNABOUT OR WHAT. AD
DRESS BOX 534. HERALD. 7-14-tl
FOR EXCHANGE—WE CAN EXCHANGE
your property, no matter where located,
SLACK Ac COMPANY. 418-30 Grant Bldg.
7-31-831
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK
Gold company and other mining stock for
stock In California Wave Motor company
(Reynold*). BOX 242, Herald. 6-28-tl
WHEELED VEHICLES
AUTOMOBILES
1910 NEW BRUSH ROADSTER WITH BOSCH
magneto; 1910 new Brush runabout, with
rumble seat. See JOSEPH BELL. Irl* Apt*.
Room 18. 1220 S. Olive St. Home phone.
F2360; Sunset. Broadway 2492. 7-31-3t
MONEY TO LOAN
VW^
MONKlTxoTloAjif
$.0,000 to loan on real estate, city er coun
try. 6 to 7 per cent, amount* to suit.
MOYKR A GILBERT. 802 H. W. Hellman
Bldg. Horn* phoa* A 8837; Main 6474.
10-2-tt
SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS.
See US before you borrow money.
GREAT WESTERN INV. CO., 513
Gross* Bldg. F8848; Main 4928.
7-28-tf
JICIEY TO SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T.
Johnson Bldg. 8-14-tf
K. W. POINDEXTER. 408 WILCOX BLDO..
* .-•11 loan you what you need on real es
tate, stocks and bond*. Building loan* a
■^eclalty, 6-9-tf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, FURNI-'
ture, pianos and any kind of security; low
rates. JOHNSON. 839 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
2-18-Bmo
TO LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE: NO RED
tip*; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE, 419 Henna Bldg.
W-4-tf
LOANS-WE LOAN MONEY ON REAL ES
tat*; low Interest, easy payment*.
A. E. RUDELL* 811 Mercantile Place.
8-19-H
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY
until you see me. F. A. NEWTON, 703
O. T. Johnson Bldg. 7-9-lmo
PRIVATE MONEY. « TO 7 PER CENT.
LOCKHART A BON. 601 H. W. Hellman
Bldg. A 7882. 8-10-t*
♦600 TO 810,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. L. O'BRIEN A CO., Jefferson and Main.
8-8-tf
PATENTS — PATENT ATTORNEYS
PloNl__il__iirl?_A_^^ HAZARD *
STRAUSE. ESTABLISHED 83 HEARS.
American and foreign patent* secured aad
trade mark* registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 639 Citizens National Bank
Building. Third and Main. Horn* Al4Mi
Main 8622. PATENT BOOK I'KKH.
■ 1-8-
J. S. ZERBE, SOLICITOR, UNITED
States and lorelgn patents; 40 year*' ex
perience. {22-3 Stlmson Bldg., Third and
Main. Phon* A 6344, 7-83-lmo
PATENTS ANp TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
trla*. A. H. LllHiKlts, patent lawyer and
solicitor, 612 Am. Bank Bldg.. 24 and Spring.
■ H-t-tf
NO PATENT. NO PAY. ATTORNEY FEU
cut H. S. G. WELLS. 184 G.rmala bldg.
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