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i ' ii'" ,r~ ■ ■ . -. . . ——— ' I - — WANTED HLLi'—MALE ' . ■' H i . „ i _• WANTED—MEN AND BOYS; NO EXPENSE to learn trade of electricity, automobiles, plumbing, bricklaying by actual contract John; only few months required; 200 students last year; catalogue free. UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO., 647 Paclilo Electric bldg, 8-1-lmo ALL CLERKS, WAREHOUSEMEN, COOKS, etc, who were released on account of close down on aqueduct kindly report to D. J. DESMOND, 431 Central bldg, \ 7-31-St SALESMEN. SELL GROCERS "THE BEST Ever," Utdy Washington Hulled Henna with Chicken. OALEHOUSB PACKING COMPANY, Seattle, Wash. 8-2-31 WANTED-CATHOLIC YOUNG MAN, 427 Byrne bldg., 253 H. Broadway. Extension Magazine. 7-81-8 HELP—I'KMALK WANTED—LADIES, BEAUTY CULTURE, pays big; learn right, salary guaranteed. "FLORENTINE," the world's largest, 227 Mercantile place, corner Broadway. 8-2-tf ■ 1 CATHOLIC LADY WANTED, 427 BYRNB bldg., 253 8, Broadwaf, Extension Magazine. 7-31-3t SITUATIONS— _j_ A LADY WITH SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD daughter would like to take care of a home and grounds for the summer months for the rent; city references. Address MRS. C. MAIR, 939 B. Hope St. 8-2-7 WANTED—PLACE ON CHICKEN RANCH by young man between 19 and 20; wants to learn business; state location and terms. H. E. MATTESON. 1160 Magnolia aye., Long Beach. Cal.' 7-28-10 WANTED-PLACE ON CHICKEN' RANCH by young man between 19 and 20; wants to learn business; state location and terms. H. E. MATTESON, 1160 Magnolia aye.. Long Beach. 7-23-51 BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT agency, 510 Vlgnes Street. Main . 6726; Homo A 4884. Men for housecleanlng, yard work and general labor. 3-24-tf WANTED-BY RELIABLE, COMPETENT young man, sweeping and window cleaning by day, . In residences, etc., (2, carfare. Main 6049. 7-31-4 1 1 EXPERIENCED COLORED CHAUFFEUR, with city references, wishes position with private family. Address BOX 403, Herald. V.-.'„ ■ , 7-31-3t FIRST-CLASS TENOR WANTS TO SING at concerts or theater. Good city refer ences; four languages. BOX 279, Herald. 7-27-12 WANTED—POSITION BY BOY OF 14 years as office or errand boy or any sim ilar position where won't have to furnish wheel. ' Phone BOYLE 2133. 7-J3-tf YOUNG MAN STENOGRAPHER. AGE 20, Just graduated, permanent position In city. Rapid shorthand writer. Phono MAIN 6298. 7-31-10 WANTED-SITUATION A3 CHAUFFEUR. Repair own car and be generally useful; references. Call BOYLE 1081. 7-31-4 WANTEt^BY _YOUN'> MAN. LIOH* WORK if any kind. Inquire for ROUT. PITSEN . HARPER. 413 E. «*d St. 7-26-7 WANTED— POSITION BY LICENSED ELE vator operator. Can also repair machinery. BOX 114, Herald. 7-31-4 * i SITUATIONS— STENOGRAPHER—YOUNO LADY. EXPB rlenoed office assistant and stenographer, Wishes position in good firm. Excellent references. Address BOX 262, HERALD OFFICE. 7-20-tt I ■ ii , . ■ i i . ■ i ■ MIDDLEAGED LADY DESIRES POSITION on ranch part of time for expenses; Is a good seamstress and home dressmaker; would not object to light housework. BOX 74. Herald. _^ 7-29-7 RESPECTABLE WOMAN WOULD LIKE A situation with a couple In the city or coun try as a Janitress or caretaker. Address 8l»>4 W. THIRD ST. 7-31-3t TOUNO LADY WITH A-l OIL LINE EX perlence wants position as stenographer, blu er or price work. Can give reference, Phone EAST 514. 8-1-tf WANTED-BY RELIABLE, COMPETENT young man, sweeping and window cleaning by day ln residences; 32, care fare. MAIN 6049. ' 7-31-4 WANTED-CHILDREN'S DRESSMAKING. Infants' wardrobe, or family sewing; exjieil enced. 52119; MAIN 7195. 7-31-10 WANTED—TO I-URCHASE STOCK . .A.-: ,f-""\' .1 --._____.„« WANTED >' Stock in the Los Angeles Investment com pany; any amount up to 840,000; will pay within 6 per cent of the company's selling price. G. F„ cars Globe Savings Bunk. , ■'. . - ■ . a-n-tl TO MISCELLANEOUS WANTED— PAID FOR FEATHER beds. 758 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones Main 1108; FBO4l. . 13-17-tf : misobllaneous Wanted—second hand FILE CASES for Card system and document file; must be modern and In good order. BOX 221, Her. •14 . 'i: - - • «-»-« tmmmmm^tmm^m mtmmmammmmammmmmmmammmmmmmmd i I i' ■ ammtmmammatammmmmammmm i ■ ' •' v ii i ii. ; r - "■-— '4 ' • ' " . __^ C^^^^^a "Of all the shiftless, no 'count ' MzßsL%Wj£3fi\ people in the world, them Browns m^^^^^^t\\wy^[ es the very worst I ever did see. \Wffi's&\ -'' st think o' people selling the Wm&W^'Syi kitchen range to buy tickets to the beach! That's what they did, an' ' tf§fii&i&j%a when I asked 'em what in the name 'fiilvjfeg^iSfr o' common sense they was, a-doin' ■ r **aa^t*"fiv^ that or °'' man Brown jist rolled his quid to t'other side o' his jaw an' said, 'We can git along without it as well as with it, cause you see we ain't got nothin' to cook on it nohow.' "Now that's what I call "a real, ncr-do-well, yit come to think on it, it, ain't much worse 'en some folks that has done well and could do better but won't. There's folks land poor in California today that might be rollin in wealth an' autos, if . they were only to advertise some o' their land for sale. People ain't goin' to hunt you up to give you money any more than they was a-goin' to carry grub to that worthless Brown outfit. Ef ol' man Brown had advertised fer a job he'd a got it. The family would have plenty to cook en' eat and money to buy beach tickets. ;;.,.'_ -.A. "It's pretty much that way with everybody, though, I : guess,< but lean tell you that when I have anything to sell, or want to buy anything, I jist' look The Herald over and find what I want." , - ll " ■ I ■■! ■.■■■'■■lM .11.11 II I -IB ■.—■SWIM -I-I ■■ ...■■■ SII.IHIIII—IS. ...lIS .■■■^■■■■■^■■■illllll ■!■! 111 —6——661 WANTED SITUATIONS— AND FIiMAIJ AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN, 18 YEARS' Ex perience, formerly manager Manhattan Au tomobile Exchange and National Automobile Exchange, selling ail makes of motor cars, wants a permanent position with some good responsible automobile company. Address JOSEPH BELL,' residence, The Iris Apart ments, room 18, 1229 8. Olive St. Home Sunset, Broadway J492. 7-31-3 WANTED— WORK IN PRIVATE HOU3*. |10 month, room and board, while attend* ing school: school-hours from 1 to I p. m. P. O. BOX $47. City. l-tl-tl FOR RENT APARTMENTS—FURNISHED AND * UNFURNISHED Hotel. Seville. 1*3.734 8. FLOWER STi One of the fine.it family hotels in tha ot*/. Newly furnlshol throughout) steam heat) hot «fid cold water; electrlo lights; European plan. Only a eh >rt walk from Broadway. Fhonea: Main MM; WMI «-l-U FLATS—UNFURNISHED FOR RENT-FIVE-ROOM MODERN FLAT, near Moneta, at 805 W. 47TH PLACE; rent $15. Phono South BSS3. 7-31-3t FOR EXCHANGE REAL ESTATB 97 ACRES CLOSE TO HUNTINGTON PARK In line of activity: homes building on every side; rich iind level; will grow any thing. If planted ln pears, peaches or plums win sell for $1000 per acre In short time; 173 Inches water; good resi dence; large barns for horses and cows; will exchange for Income property. See us at once. WAYBRIGHT^BUTLER CO. 588-29 Security Bid*. 8-2-1 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA-FOR EXCHANGE —We have art equtty of 8700, amounting to one-half the value of 640 acres of land in the moat fertile valley of Southern California; , plenty of water; will exchange for vacant or Improved property in Los Angeles or vicinity. CALIFORNIA LAND CO. 641-2 San Fernando Bldg. 7-23-5 FOR EXCHANGE—CLEAR LOT AT RE DONDQ FACINO THE OCEAN. FINE VIEW. FINE FOR APARTMENTS. THREE BLOCKS FROM CITY HALL. WOULD EXCHANGE FOR LOT AT OLENDALE, TROPICO, HUNTINGTON PARK OR CITY. VALUE »900. AD DRESS BOX 564. HERALD. 7-14-tf FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE. WE do. Large list to choose rrom. What have you SEE LUNDEEN FOR HOMES CO., Suite 133 Central Bldg., 6th and Main Sts. 7-U-lmo FOR EXCHANGE—A CLEAR LOT AT COLTON. CAL,. VALUE 3800. FOR DIAMOND. RUNABOUT OR WHAT. AD DRESS BOX 584. HERALD. 7-14-tf FOR EXCHANGE—WB CAN EXCHANGE your property, no matter where located. SLACK A COMPANY. 418-20 Grant Bldg. 7-tl-33t MISCELLANEOUS WILI, TRADR STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK Gold company and other mining Stock for j stock In California Wave Motor company (Reynolds). BOX :t;. Herald. d-JB-tf PHYSICIANS ~~~ DR. AND MR*. WELLS. SPECIALISTS IN DISEASES OF WOMEN Dr. Wells' Improved antiseptic method* POSITIVELY GUARANTEED in all diseases and irregularities of wo men. Consultation free and confidential. TO2 S. SPRINO ST.. room 806. 7-20-lmo " DR. HICKOK SPECIALIST IN' PAINLESS CONFINE MENT AND DISBABE9 of WOMEN. MATERNITY HOME AND ADOPTION IF DESIRED. FREE CONSULTATION ■ AND EXAMINATION. MODERATE CHAROES; TERMS TO SUIT. ' '■ 032 W. SIXTH STREET. SUITE 107. 8-2-tf * DR. CROCKER - Specialist for Women. Hamburger's Majestic Theater Building. Absolute privacy. HOUrs 10 to 4. CONSULT FREE. 18-25-lJmo WH WILL GIVE FREE HOSPITAL TREAT ment for a few confinement cases during August. Telephone Main 4111; F5394. or address MISS REARDON. 413 Llssner Bldg. 1-20-tt IF YOU REALLY WANT TO BE CURED you better call on the European specialist at 846 S. Grand aye. and bo treated right. 7-M-lmo " . WOMAN'S HOSPITAL ~~~* Obstetrics, surgical and medical dases. Terms reasonable. 1245 P. Flower. F4I3L *•";" WOMEN— PRIVATE HOME PREVIOUS TO confinement. 11l W. JEFFERSON ST., between Main and Grand. 7-28-tf DR. TAYLOR. 817 Mr S. MAIN ST. Dis eases of women. 8-9-tf , LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING; AUGUST 2, 1910. FOR SALE HOUSES 1 l l ■■ i — i ■■ in i .mil ___■ i;i 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 and Apex: And contain all of the most modern interior finish end conveniences, as hard wood floors, beams, plate rail, buffet, beautiful fireplace, bookcases, buffet kitchen, screen poroh, decorated and tinted wails, cement porch, gas. eiecir.o ' lights and sewer, lawns made, shsde trees, etc. Each home buyer la given the free use of and option upon the adjoining pa tent lot for two years 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 18000 to 17000. ...... ■' All upon our rent-paying terms.' Monthly payments Including Interest, in surance and taxes. V OR WILL BUILD TJD SUIT Upon the name terms. Agents at Tract. Grand avenne car marked West 48th street direct to the tract. Our autos In Waiting at our Hill street ofTlce every day except Sunday. Hare properties in all sections of the city. DEEBLE TRACT SPECIALS Hooper aye. car on Spring st. to 86th st. —.Modern 6-room bungalow. —Modern 5-room bungalow. $100 cash,' $25 a month. Call and let us show you some of our choice homes. | Los Angeles Investment Co. Main 2248 333-337 S. HILL ST. 60127 ■ j . ['" ' "■ , ■ Mil. ***** i - | -■ -"-- ' - — * ■"■ ■ ' *"' *" '■ _^^^^^»^^,^^—^■^■^^fr— i «M ■■ i —^—^—■ tmamtmr ■■$ ■——i—^— COUNTRY PROPERTY Big Trade Opportunity Improved 10 Acres—s4soo 10 ACRES. AS FINE LAND AS THERE IS in Orange county, good for alfalla, or anges, walnuts, berries, or anything you want to grow. Neat California house, good-sized feed house, extra large barn, windmill and tank) water piped to yards; chicken pens and ciJeps. Shade and fruit trees and flowers. Located , about two miles from center of good thriving town of 5000 people, AND ONLY 1 MILS FROM STORES AND SHIPPING POINT. Very tine proposition for chickens and cows. Near creamery, and you can sell cream and feed skim milk to chickens. Only 45 minutes from Los Angeles. Mortgage, $1600. Will trade equity for most any good property. See us at once about this great chance to get a fine ranch propo sition on exchange. For this and other good buys In Orange county, see ORANGE COUNTY REALTY COMPANY 206Wllcox 15idg. Second and Spring. Phones —Main 5"9: Homo A 6592. Orange county office, Anaheim. 8-2-1 240 ACRES RICH, LEVEL ALFALFA AND DAIRY ONLY 10 MILES FROM CITY BY ELEC trlo car; cheapest piece of land in South ern California; in small tracts 10 to 50 acres; Will sell for $350 per acre; 2 splen did wells furnish 300 Inches water; good buildings; 0 acres alfalfa, balance for pasture and corn; fast beooming subur ban property. If taken at once, $225. Might tako some good city property, cash and terms for balance. 150 ACRES HIGH-GRADE ALFALFA and 10 acres ready for seeding. If you are really looking foT something good go out and see the heavy crops now being harvested on this magnificent ranch and you will not look farther. WAYBRIGHT^BUTLER CO. 338-29 Security Bldg. 3-2-1 20 Acre Farm 20 acre's of extra fine loam soil, not far from Los Angeles, near electric car line, where you get a cool breese all summer, and frostless ln the winter. There Is a surplus of free water to sell from a large pumping plant on the place. Good 6 room house, barn, windmill, and water tank, family orchard and berries. Fine shade trees and flowers; 3 horses, harness, wagon, buggy, mower, rake, Implements, cow and chickens. Price $7600: only $2000 cash down, balance on long time. THE CROrS WILL PAY THB BALANCE. resh & McCarthy co. $21 Hellman Bldg.. 611 S. Main. $-2-1 FOR SALE-OOOD FIVE-ACRE CHICKEN ranch In Ban Luis Obispo county; good soil; almost new T-room house, tins well, wtnd . 111 and tank, good slsed barn: only few blocks from good scnool and railway station! In best of cllmats- will go for $1800 In next 60 days. I have also FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Town property, ranches, targe and small, walnut orchards and eucalyptus lands, all In ' San Luis Obispo county. For further particulars call on or address D. B. MEAD, Westgate, Cal. 7-17-lmo FOR BALE HOUSES ' — — 1 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 mllee long In Olenn and Colusa counties; 150 miles northeast of fan Francisco; 85 miles north of Sacra mento. Both river and rail transporta tion. Roads graded around each quarter section. Water delivered to th« 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: $135 an acre, including perpetual water right; $15 an acre cash, balance In ten annual pay ments. No land sold to speculators— actual settlerstillers of the soli wanted. . This is a Kuhn project. Th* Kun.is de veloped the Twin Rails region In Idaho And their previous signal achievements of this kind Insure the success of their lat est and greutest undertaking. SACRA MENTO VALLEY JBRIOATION CO.. W. S. Kuhn. President. The Kuhn Cali fornia Project. Vernon J. Barlow. Resi dent Manager. Cue Central Eldg.. Los Angeles. Cat 6-l-tt 114 ACRES Al ALFALFA £ PERRIS VALLEY 9 years old; cuts 7 crops annually; Hi stons' each cutting; 3 wells; 150 lncbjg of wster; 40-horSepower engine; fine buildings; worth $300. For quick snle, $200 per acre. STACY REALTY CO. M] S. Spring St. Main 2866-F2115 or STACY-WAGNER CO., Riverside 7-81-eod-tf 114 ACRES ALFALFA, PERRIS VALLEY, 2 miles from R. R. station. 9 years old. cuts 7 crops annually, V.i tons each cutting; 3 wells, 40-horse power engine, 150 inches water; tine buildings; Worth $300, for quick sale only $200 per acre. STACY REALTY CO., 631 8. Spring st. F2115, Main 2866, or STACY-WAO NEP CO., Riverside. 7-29-eod-tf SUBURBAN PROPERTY _-__ — WITH CHARLES MASON $25 will make a real estate Investment; $10 * month will hold It for certain profit In San Pedro LOS ANGELES' $15,000,000 HARBOR . the only guaranteed city ln the world. Phone, F2334. Broadway 4762, or write 203 Security Bldg., Los Angeles, corner Fifth and Spring streete, or 117 W. Sixth street. Ban Pedro, Cal. ._'. * , CHARLES MASON 7-16-tu-th-sat-sun-tf i - 11 i ■' ' "i ii i ON THE VENICE SHORT LINE—IISOO— 162Mx192, well located, equal to four lots, next to new Venice boulevard; Just the place for rambling California bungalow. 1 GEORGE J. COTE. 720 11. W. Hellman Bldg. Main 8684; A 6161. 7-16-83t i■■'''' . ' ' ' ' ■ H COUNTRY PROPERTY— IMPERIAL ' VALLEY RIVERSIDE COUNTY Orange and Alfalfa Land You can grow anything on this land that la 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 miss It. Will sell half. - CALIFORNIA LAND CO. 641-2 San Fernando Bldg, Phone A 1365. 7-31-3t FOR SALE nouses SNAP 6-Room Bungalow $75 Cash A3 GOOD AS NEW MODERN 6-ROOM BUNGALOW Buffet, fireplace, cabinet kitchen, screen porch, bath, toilet, tinted walls, bea.itlful street. Hooper aye. car line on 3Gth st. THIS IB A GENUINE BARGAIN. Price 12800; 824 a Month. LOS ANGELES INVESTMENT COMPANY 333-337 S. Hill St. • Main 2218. 60127. LARGEST CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING CO. IN THE WORLD. 7-31-St HERE--IT--IS ' CHOICE BUILDING LOTS Rich deep soil, Ideal climate, car service the best, 40x140 to an alley, cement walk, curb, water piped, school, churches, stores, all there, 40 houses built, $10 cash, $5 per month. For particulars, see owner, S. EHRLICH, 611 S. Main St. 8-2-3-4-31 FOR SALE— S3OOO; A VERY PRETTY bungalow at 303.1 FOSTER ST.. near Hoover; lot 50x135 to 15-foot alley; all improvements In. This can be bought on the easiest terms. HENRY A. GREENE, 406 Citizens Bank Bldg. Phones Main 185; r>295. 7-31-tf FOR SALE-PORTABLE HOUSE. 18x_»; FINE condition. Low price for Immediate sals; cash or terms. SOUTH 2583. or ___». O. BOX 1103, Huntington Park. 6-2-i-tf FOR BALE—LOT 75x160, HOBART, SIXTH lot south of Washington, west front; also house and lot 2973 Roxbury. OWNER, West 41 ii; Home 72253. 8-2-6-7-31 HOUSES AND LOTS Vernon and Wadsworth $1250 50x135 LOT Have reduced my price on this fine cor ner from $1500 to $1250 for quick snle. Northeast coiner of Vernon and Wads worth. WOOLSEY AVENUE » LOT On Woolsev, near Pico, 55x125, $1450, high and sightly; beautiful lot In fine section. Building restrictions $3000. WEST ADAMS On Adams, near Dalton Aye. fine for business, 50x150. Price $2000. WEST JEFFERSON LOT On Fifth Aye., near Jefferson, east front lot. 40x140 to 15 foot alley. Price $900. Easy terms. BROOKLYN AVENUE HOUSE On Brooklyn, near Eehandla, 50x1.n1. small house. Price $2300. Terms. We only advertise bargains. Let mo show you some of the above described properties, and be convinced. 11. O. GRIFFITH. F1533 or Main 1533. 433 Pac. Elec. Bldg. 8-2-lt ' — CITY LOTS AND LANDS FOR SALE— GOOD RESIDENCE LOT. N. W. corner b"th aye. and Aldama at.. Highland Park; Btreet work, sidewalks and sewer all paid for; "fine bungalow Bite. Can arrange" terms. Might consider good exchange. Address OWNER 1543 North Hoover. 7-15-tf IF YOU LIKE VERMONT SQUARE DIB trict, phono or see CHARLES MCCAR THY, Fifty-first anil Normandle avenue, for the "best there 13" out this way. mono West 321. 7-31-.I poultry, BIRDS, dogs, supplies FOR SALE—I FINE THOROUOEHED Barred Rock cock bird and few hens same breed; all good strain, prolific layers; will sell male bird with or without hens Of will exchange for pullets, fryers or broilers. These birds are splendid breeders, but owns? must redluce stock. Also hava a few fancy young cockerels at reasonable prices. 1543 NORTH HOOVER. Jtl 7"1' Sa . iii^i — _ruii_eiu.'u*ji SEPARATE LOCKED IRON ROOMS. 31 1) per month. Trunks, boxes, etc.. 250 to 60a Phone for our large vail wheu you Alive. 11.16 mar hour. COLTEAR WAREHOUSE CO.. 611-17-19 Can Pedro st Main office 606-11 m. l*«ln at- Phone Main 1117; rim. t-l-U PLtKOS PIANOS AT $2 50 AND $1 PBll MONTH. . Square pianos of standard markes ln ex cellent condition. Will sell on the above small payments. GEO. A. BIRKEL CO.. 645-347 8 Spring St. 10-26-tf A. O. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON ST. PIANOS sold, rented, tuned; very low rates. 7-10-301 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, P. 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. PH ONE MAIN 8753. 7-28-tf FOR DOCTOR'S" OFFICE OF OSTEO pathy and chiropractor; everything up to date; doing a good business; must leave city. 331V4 S. Spring St., Room 8. 7-16-tf IF YOU WANT TO GET GOOD BOYS' AND youths' suits for $3.60. come to CHEAP JOHN. 716 ,E. Fifth St. 7-20-lmo FOR SALE — FIRE-PROOF SAKE CHEAP. ANDERSON. 212 N. Main st 6-15-tf ATTORNEYS AT LAW BPECIAL"^H^EBTIGATIONb" — PERSONAL Injury claims specialty; ee>at"s settled. J. W. MACY. 636 Douglas b|j„. Phones AJ433. Main 6533. ** ADVICE FREE; OPEN EVENINGS; No tary, Chamber of Commerce. DAVIS BAR AND COLLECTION ASSOCIATION. 8-2-tf DIVORCE LAWS OF NEVADA AND OTHER states free on request. BOX 623. Goldfleld. Nevada. »-»•« CESSPOOLS i.-TERIAL CESSPOOL. PUMPING CO.— take out largest load. .West MM; 22040. 3-10-tf 1 SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES [BiBiBiBiUB'B t'Bißiß'Biß BH « B OB B'B B'B B B »'B » » B'« B'B B'B B'Bißißiß B B'B B'B BiBU'BiB ' < North Texas Female College "KIDD-KEY CONSERVATORY" ! i i > IBIBiBiBiB'B'B tHI'IHt HAROLD YON MICKWITZ, DIRIOTOR B'Biß^ißH BH BIB'BIBiBI ' North Texas Female College "KIDD-KEY CONSERVATORY" HAROLD YON IVIICKWITZ, Dirsctob Classical, Scientific and Literary Courses, Music, Art and Expression Leading Ladies College of the Southwest: In Patronage, in Enrollment, in the Fine , j Arts, in Location. *f For catalogue, address the president. 6 MRS. L. A. KIDD-KEY, PRESIDENT | 1 ». L. BPURLOCK. A. B. 2. M. WILLIAMS, A. M.„ D. D, I I BUSINESS MANASCR ASSOCIATE I»niSIOBHT i I SHERMAN. TEXAS 0 9*)&'mam**a»'ea&Calm«'t>mm<'t;,im>tA\^ niinn nitt tt -rr t~-r~ •- * -—»■«■■ ■I « ■ "■■* Summer School College of Fink Arts, TJ. S. C All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request. W. L. JUDSON, Dean. BOC3SW»«HaBaBBBBtMHaBHHBaiB6 Business College. Northeast rorner Eighth and Hill streets. F6700; Main 511. SEND FOR FLXL INFORMATION. 6th Floor, Hamburger Bldg.. Lo» Angeles. mon-tues-thurs-sat-tt HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT elogue describing bookkeeping and shorthand cour»es7 Y. M. O. A. »•»■" MONEY TO LOAN j MONEY TO LOAN . j 000 to loan on real estate, city or coun try 6 to 7 per cent, amounts to suit. MOYLR & GILBERT, 802 H. W. Hellman Eldg. Home phone ABS27; Main 6474. „ 10-2-tf SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS. Sec US before you borrow money. GREAT WESTERN INV. CO., 512 G.osse Bldg. FSSIS; Main 4928. MC'IEY TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND women accommodated without delay or pub licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO.. 11l O. T. Johnson Bldg. *■"■" •1 W POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDO., 1 ' Ml' lean yon what you need on real es tate, stocks and bonds. Building loans a ' -cc'ialty. , .-.-tt^ MONET LOADED ON DIAMONDS, FURNI ture, pianos and any kind of security; low rates. JOHNSON, 339 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 2-18-6 mo TO LOAN-SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED tape; without security; confidential. WEST COAST EXCHANGE, 419 Henne Bldg. 10-4-tf LOANS-WE LOAN MONEY ON REAL Es tate; low Interest, easy payments. A. E. HUDELL, 211 Mercantile Place. -, 5 »-tf DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY until you see me. F. A. NEWTON. 708 O. T. 'Johnson Bldg. 7-9-lmo PRIVATE MONEY. 0 TO 7 PER CENT. LOCKHART & SON. 601 H. W. Hellman Bldg. A 7552. »■">-" MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. '• ncr cent; no commission. Phone West 5658. 8-2-141 $600 TO $10,000 TO LOAN'AT 7 PER CENT. T. L. O'BRIEN & CO.. Jefferson end Main. STORAGE LARGE PRIVATE. LOCKED, IRON ROOMS ' ,-r furniture, etc.; $1.60 and $2 per month. Trunks, boxer, etc., 260 10 60c; open vans, $6 per day, or 75c per hour. We pack and c' '•_> household goods everywhere at re duced rates. COLYEAR'S VAN AND STOR AGE CO.. offices 509-11 B. Main St. Wore house 415-17 San Pedro St. Phones F2171; Vain 1117. 2-25-tt HOUSEHOLD OOODS MOVED IN MOr ern vans. Shipped, stored In clean ware houses. Private rooms. Coal and wood BHATTUCK & NIMMO. Ninth and Ala meda streets 1-su-tu-w-fr-tt TYPEWRITERS iLL"^^^REßriiLf"TYpl_[wiUTEßi Prices lowest In ths city. Regular $3 rental machines reduced to $3.56 month, or threo months for $5. LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER EXCHANOB Branch AMERICAN -..-lUTING MACHINE CO., AE9IS. 126 P. Broadway. Main 3938. i-l-M III'EWRITERS BOUGHT AND RENTED. All makes guaranteed 1 repairing. BARER IIOEY CO. (Inc.) 644% So. Broadway. Main 4<i:il; Alo™. 10-11-tt MUSICAL INSTRUCTION IT^ LIKE THIS: WE PAY NO RENT AND e»ll cash, cash, cash. Don't core a bean for proflt until we get buyers running to our new location. Bee who's here. Chickerlng Upright. beautiful $rir. style; used, yes, but flne condition. $225. Schaff like new, worth " $150, $250; Wlllard. a $380 style. $1.50; Kelso, a beauty, only $123; Haynes mission effect, $110, and others. We pay no rent and sell cash, cash, cash. PACIFIC MUSIC CO., «27 South Broadway. Take elevator. ' "I-St — ——— BATHS REMEMBER THE NUMBER. 119V4 SOUTH Spring, suite 8. ; chiropody, electricity, mas sage, vapor and shower baths. 6-6-tl MASSAOE, BATHS, CHIROPODY. EXPERT assistants. JEAN LUNN, 520 S. Bway. 2-17-tf BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 218 . BROADWAY. ROOM 220. 7-30-tf SANITARIUMS THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL E- -lusively for women and children. Best .julpped and homelike hospital in the city for confinement cases. Terms to suit. 1241 South Flower. F4134. 3-11-tt CHURCH NOTICES PENIEL HALL, 227 S. MAIN. NOON PRAY er meeting dally; gospel meeting every night. 3-£-6 mo RAILWAY TIME TABLE * SALT LAKE ROUTE AH trains dally except as noted. s Sunday only, w Week days only. Leave | First Street Station 1 Arrive ioTSTam Los Angeles Limited 4:30 pm 8:00 pm Overland Express 8:00 am Chicago, St. Louie, St. Paul, Omaha, Kansas City, Den ver enil Salt Lake. F "5 am San Bernardino, 8:00 am j; anl Colton, 8:35 ara 3.40 p m Riverside, 10:41 am 1:25 pm 5.1,4 i.m Ontario and 6:15 pm 8:0 pm Pomona 7:10 pm 6:45 am " ITS"*™ 8:10 am • _ .. .MS *m 8:50 am Long Beach 10:60 am 10:60 am and 3:15 pm 1:30 pm s Bail Pedro 6:05 pm ; , pm 6:10 pm 6;-0 pm * 6:50 pm s 7:60 pm a 9:50 pra 8:60 am W:6O am l:3o'pm w Santa Catalina Island w 6:60 pro ■ s 9:60 pm "f -M Searchlight, OoldOeltt JTiOO •»" , | | | SI ■ -■■ — ——^— [ SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES , German, English Shorthand by experienced teacher. Terms modssas* HO W. list at. Phone South 5685 L. FOR SALE-ONE YEAR SCHOLARSHIP AT the Cumnock School of Expression; price for the year's tuition, $180, but on account of Illness will sell $130. Telephone Los An egeles, Home phone F2a7<\ 7-31-1 AM NATION, CALIFORNIA GRAMMAR csrttflcata September 6; review at Boynton Normal. :.?' Stimson Blk. A 1840; B'dway. 1919. Arizona also examines In Septem ber. 7-30-7 LOB ANOELES BUSINESS COLLEOB, 411 W. Fifth st K. R. BHRADSR. Ph. tX, president since 1666. 10-17-t< DENTISTS ir. Bachmann, ioi-'iQti Majestio TheaMC Bldg., 846 S. Bdway. 13081; Mala 3818. 7-1-tf RAILWAY TIME TABLE SOUTHERN PACIFIC From Arcade Station. Fifth and Central ava. Leave | I Arrive 6:uo am San Francisco via Coast Line, 8:15 am I 6:30 on« 8:16 am San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles. 2:80 pm 2:30 pm Del Monte. Monterey, Banta 8:30 pn* 6:13 pm Crua, Ban Jos. and east 11:45 pea 6:00 pm 1 San Francisco and Mojave 6:30 pm Sacramento, Oakland, via 7:08 an) 6:20 pm Bakersfleld and Fresno 1:15 aaj 7:30 am Fresno I 7:05 am ' 6.-00 pra Bakersileia 8.-08 am 6:30 pm and Mojave 8:20 pa Chicago, Kan. City, At. Loulsl 6:43 pm Oolden State Limited 6:65 pm 8:00 pm The Calltornlan, via 7:15 pa \ Yuma. Benson. El Fas. Overland—New Orleana via 12:01 pm Yuma, Benson, Maricopa, Tuo- 1:10 pm S Overland—New Saa Antonio, Yuma, Benson, Maricopa, Tuo- 140 vm son. El Paso, Son Antonl* • Houston 12:01 pm Yuma, Tucson, Benson I 6:30 mm 3:00 pm Lordsburg, Demlng, 7:16 Am 7:0" pm El Paso 1:30 pm 4:66 am 8:30 am 8:00 am , 11:60 am 1:16 am Basts Barbara 2:30 pm i 1:45 pm *** 7:35 pal 1:35 pm Ventura * 9:30 pm 7:30 pm CNot Ventura) 11:45 pa» 6:15 am Oxnard. Santa Susana, * 8:30 am 2:35 pm Moorpark, '11:60 am 1:80 pm* soaals, 2:30 pm Camarilla * 7:36 pna (•Oxnard only) 11:46 pm Santa Paula via Saugus, 6:45 am Camulos, Plru, Fillmore, 11:60 KM 1:46 pm Batlcoy, Montalvo, Carpln- 7:35 mm | terla, Summerland 6:16 am NordhoS 6:38 pm 2:35 pm 7:36 pm 7:45 am • 6:30 am 8:65 am Pomona * 7:15 am 12:01 pm Coltoa 7:16 am 1:00 pm Riverside Redlanda aad 6:36 am 4.-06 pm Ban Bernardlao 11:88 ana Iw pm (»Not Riverside, Redlands 1:30 pm 5:15 pm • or San Bernardino). 6:25 pm J f 7:10 pm 8:55 am Covlna 11:35 ana 6:45 pm 7:10 pm 7:45 am Cblno j 9:36 am 4:00 pm | 6:25 pm Santa Ana, Anaheim. Downey 8:56 am and Norwalk 8:30 am 11:15 am 2:16 pm 1:00 pm a* Buena Park, West a* 1:00 pm 6:10 pm Anaheim, West Orange 4:60 pm \ (♦Downey only) / b-M am Newport Beach | 4:60 pm amla Los Alamltos a 4:60 pm 9:45 ami Brawley, Imperial, I 6:30 am 7:00 pm El Centro, Calexlco 6:65 pm| 9:06 ami San Pedro-Compton * 11:45 ana 8.80 pm[* t'Vta Long Beach) 6:35 pm 9:05 am * Long Beach-Comptoa 11:45 am 3:30 pm ('Via Ban Pedro) 6:36 pm t«:'..-. am| Santa Catalina Island | 6:35 pm 6:45 am I 7:05 am* 7:50 am Fernando • 8:40 at* 1:45 pm i",-\ 11:50 am 6:00 pm ('Motor) .' 7:35 pm 9:30 pra 8:00 pm 6:30 umla Chatsworth Park. (See al 8:48 pm I note). (Note— and from I River station only.) All trains dally except those marked as tot* lows: "a" Sundays excepted; "a" Sunday* only. ■ . Santa PB .•aaam ' IJLnW Elaatern—California Limited " IB<6o am dally, Chicago via Denver 6:60 pad and Kansas City f Overland Express—Dally ' l 1:08 pm Chicago via Denver and 8:80 am . Kansas City ' Eastern Express—"""" * T'JC am Chicago via Denver and 7:08 am Kansas City 1 Tourist Flyer— " 8:00 am Chicago via Denver and 4:38 am Kansas City j Kite Shaped— via ———» 6:10 am Pasadena. Return via 6:38 pm Banta Ana canyon 7:35 am 10:00 am 1 8:80 am Radlanda via Pasadena l:«o pm 140 pm 5:40 pm 4:6o_pm r ______________ 7:40 pm T:80 am Redlands via Orang. 10:36 am 16:15 am ' 6:30 I",? - 1:00 pm 1:86 am Riverside via Pasadena 6:40 pm 1:80 ami I'7:66Tm 16:65 am Riverside via Orange 10:85 am 6:06 pm 6:30 pm 7:10 am 7:05 am 10:65 am Corona via Orange 10:35 am 6:05 pm ■ 6:3oj>ra 7:30 am 7:06 am 10:65 am Baa Bernardino via Orana* M-rM am 8:06 pra ______________________ ,M mm 1:15 am "sT:a; an* 6:10 am tttw am 16:00 am Ban Bernardino via Fa» <.oo put 1:00 pm dsoa 6:49 , :. 4:60 pm , ; t - ,'- 6:oopm 4:45 pm I ),.' ' .J. :_,'_. 6:00 pm 'TIT' M ) TMOpoa 6:65 am >(! . _ "(iii *'-X- %r* 2:16 pm Banta Ana |'! .•::: uv, 6:05 pm 1:00 pm 11:66 pm ' I 6:15 pn> "7:80 am ——————— ~" 6:66 am 8:56 am 7:06 am 10:68 am Fullerton, Anaheim, 6:35 am 1:16 pm Oiange 10:36 am 6:06 pm LOO pm 11:56 pm _^-_ .*'* 9m. 1:15 am Ban Jacinto, Elslnors, He- 10:36 am 10:55 am met and Murletta 6:30 pm 10:13 *** Redondo 6:60 gjj 8:15 pm Escondldo 1:00 pm 845 am Fallbrook '.xi 6:16 pm 6:55 am Ban Diego and , 8:65 am 1:15 pm Coronado Reach 1:00 na 11:66 pm Burt Line 6:18 pas 6:60 am Randsbur* 7:06 am I*6 pan Baarahllght and Chlorid. 7:46 am _ •Warn Beatty. Rhyollte. OoldtJWd 6 aam *-—, I •- -v ma TuiluiiAk -• r\ L 15