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PASADENA
-80 W. Colorado st.
: SAN BERNARDINO*
- 483 Court street.
; > ' SANTA*ANA '■'■:
,:•-■, 815 N. Sycamore st. ■•■>»■
WANTED
, , . MXI.»» MIIS
WANTED—MKN ANt> BOYS; NO EXPENSE
- to learn trad* of electricity, automobiles,
plumbing, bricklaying by actual contract
lobs; only few months required: :4o students
last year; catalogue free. UNITED TRADE
SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO.. «47 Paolflo
\ Electric bldg. ' 3-I-lm*
WANTED—A liADY IN BVHRY TOWN.
:. good pay; steady employment; write at
: once for full particulars. C. D. KNAPP
& CO.. Box; 814. Mefltord, Ore. l-l>.|
MBl.l'—khmah
WANTED— LADIES. B»AUTY CULTURE.
pay* big; learn right,-salary guaranteed.
''FLORENTINE." the world* largest, 337
Mercantile place, corner Broadway, i-l-tf
tUTUATIOXg—MAMt
POSITION WANTED— EMPLOYED A
' part of the day and would like a place to
. care, for lawn and flower garden part of
time for room and board. I thoroughly
understand gardening and love the work.
,Am a gentleman with unquestionable ref
erences. Address BOX 72, Herald. -
-: ■ -- ■ -•-■■' -;- 8-14-4
WANTED—SITUATION AS MANAGER OR
foreman In steam laundry, have had four
year*'. experience as ; superintendent of
large steam laundry at Manila. P. I.;
have excellent . recommendations. Ad
dress BOX 32 J. Herald. . 8-10-7
SITUATION ' WANTHP—BY ' AUTOMOBILE
expert, 12 years' experience selling all makes
■ of motor cars and managing garages and
shops. Address JOSEPH BELL. 1220 S.
Olive nt. Home phone F2360, Sunset Broad
.. way 24»2. _ . .■■'*.■ .;,'.' ;.•" 3-14-7
WANTED—THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
chauffeur, desires position with private
- ' family, steady, reliable and able,' to make
own repairs. Reference*. Call at 491)
37TH PLACE,, or address BOX 804, Her
ald. 8-10-7
WANTED—POSITION AS -, INVENTOR
with manufacturing oonoern; can bring
'-. several' Inventions. and - will . develop new
ones on any lines desired: able to earn
good salary. Address BOX .138, Herald.
. ■■■■■-.• ■■-... ■.-. ... -.-■■■■■ 8-16-10
WANTED— YOUNG MAN THOROUGHLY
, acquainted with the meat business would
like ;to take charge of market either . In
or out of city; best of references. Ad
dress BOX 288. Herald. 8-10-7
WANTED—SITUATION BY AN "HONEST,
reliable man; a fair, all around wood work
' er. Address BOX 47, Herald, . 8-15-7
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|:.v-r;'|'"'..,'..' '". .-' -'„„' ' •.-' ■•! "' I..'': ■' My, crackeel but The Herald ' •'.;''■
I ■. .. ', ' ' •* '"'•"" is a-slappin' it into Fredericks ."
I ';. .» •■'.'' :'*'. jtf^^i ■'""' '^ an' showln',' up , the . way he V
■ »f '■ • .'' ' JsTr '^"iSjsm P ; : has run la prosecutor's of- •.
I ■•?'■'.•' raf;.^hj% *2 flee- l allus thought that Los
I ' fYa*Hl"lt?T Angeles was rather a peace-
I fiMjßi£f*m^vTtSi& able, law-abldln' town, but
I ■ f JSatiicyJ t\ )Q> . since I've read what it takes
I ViS| PjUEtoilH^^ to keep up the detective force
I'""".'. V^T^SrK^a xi*?3§Bk I've come to the conclusion
I 1 : vsgS WU^^r^ that I've heen awful mistaken
\ - V%F^Bl%!iPl'*Sx or somebody Is a-pullln' down
/JKj&BjfM wages fer which they never
«wLjfiSlflil9' F" )[H sawed no wood. "Pears ez if
' yJj just es soon as the west takes
Wj> >^=r^/ on the frills o' the effete east,
"■,.,.'.'v'\ ■..■■'■-;..■■ ,' relegated " her bronco busters ;
'•■<!{ :'•-,:,: .'■ --,''.. \ , to the shades o' oblivion, she ; .
' ■ ■'" .'..'...'.!.'. "'".;'.."' '".''!;: immediately begins to develop ;.;;
, ' treasury ' busters. . Can 'It be * ,i
i'j that Ultra Civilization an' Honesty cain't sleep In 1 the same b«d
without kicking each other's shins? '« I « cain't r believe it. ;• The •
' slick ones git in ; the soft seats •, while ■ those •as i is - clvillain' the "' ■,
. country air hard at work an' the harder they work the less at- '
-'" tention they pay to them as is supposed to be, a-helpln' ..them
". civilize through the strong arm o' the law, The laws) in the main '
:;; air O. X., but darn some o' the gentry that's dishin' it out. .: jv^?'"' •■:
: ; The Herald is on the right side o' this question, as she allus
■■- Is, an" it's dollars to doughnuts that the newspaper fit for homes ■
v," '11 put some o' the slick ones on the run. Watch the .smoke.'
].! Look out' for the fire, , Advertise In ■ The Herald. ,; ' ' .
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WANTED ;v
SITUATION'S—M.II.E •,, '
WANTTD— BHEVVERr AUDITOR, MAKES
a specialty auditing brewery books; one
who has traveled all over this country
- for the world's largest brewery. ■ Address,
UTOX 4», Herald, - ':, ■■ '■' 8-10-7
WANTED—WORK "BY A GOOD SOBER
. and Industrious man, ' single, ' good; refer
ences; can do garden. Janitor or porter
work; wages reasonable. Address- BOX
■ 363. Herald. : . . „.;,-..,a.;.. 8-16-10
WANTED— CAN YOU USE A GOOD »TEN
■ ographer, bookkeeper and all around of
flee man, thoroughly experienced and with
best references? If so address JIOX 113,
Herald. . '■-:'': .-■-. . 8-10-7
BETHLEHEM FSIEE , EMPLOYMENT
agency. 610 Vlgne* street. Main 5738:
Home A 4884, Men for housecleanlng, yard
work and general labor. ' 8-34-tf
WANTED—POSITION AH BARTENDER, ' 13
years' experience; start at small salary
and go anywhere. Local references. Ad.
dress BOX si«. Herald. , 8-10-7
WANTED — POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER.
Can operate , the • typewriter. References
, good. i Will ■■■< start reasonable. Address
BOX 63. Herald. 8-10-7
WANTED-r^BY THOROUGHLY" EXPEJU
• need, bookkeeper, : set of books to keep
mornings or afternoons. , Address BOX
I , 67, Herald. . ■■ ■ ■ .' 8-10-7
WANTED—A SITUATION—BY AN HON
eat, reliable man; handy with mpst all
(mechanics' tools. BOX &i. Herald.
;■. ;' - . ■' 8-10-7
WANT ED—GRADUATE PURVEYOR" AND
assayer. wants position with a mining en
gineer. Address BOX 153, Herald. ■
. . 8-10.7
WANTED—ELDERLY, ACTIVE.. HANDY
man want* work, ■ quick at anything. Ad
dress BOX it. Herald. 8-10-7
LIGHT WORK BY YOUNG MAN FOji
room and board; ooustry preferred. BOX
|i, Herald. 3-10-iQ
ACCOUNTANT AUDITS BOOKS
and will keep small sets, of books Ad
dress BOX 138, Herald. 8-10.7
WANTED —POSITION "BY ,' FIRST-CLA.-5S
young Chinese. cook In family) best refer
enoes. Address BOX H, Herald. 8-10-7
. ■: ' BITUATIOS3-^rK.\»AXJB
BITUATIONB WANTED—
- Young woman wants, chamber work. -
Young woman wants housework. '
Middle-aged man wants any kind of work.
Phone BETHLEHEM INSTITUTION, A4SB4,
Main 6726. ... : 8-16-s
WANTED— POSITION "■ AS STENOGRAPH^
"er and bookkeeper; am not | afraid of
work) local references, salary moderate
to start. , Address - BOX 287. Herald.
. J 4-10-7
YOUNG LADY. WITH A-J OIL tINE EX
perlence wants position as stenographer, blll
er or price work. Can five referenco. Phone
EAST 614. . !■■ -■...■■ -■■> l-l-tf
WANTED— POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER
and cashier having had several years'
practical experience. Address BOX 48,
Herald. , . , 8-10.7
WANTED—A TOuSftr GERMAN . iOIRL
would like a position with, small family
In a good house. Address BOX 61. Her
ald^ . . ■ 3-10.7
TUTORING BY EXPERIENCED TEACH
, •i —Will live ■In home of pupils If de
i sired; charge reasonable. BOX 117., Her
ald. ■ ■ ' ■-. ■ 1-10-7
WANTED—YOUNG LADY EXPERIENCED
In kodak finishing wishes situation. Ad
dress NELLIE SELLERS, HIT Temple st.
8-11-10t
MIDDLB-AGBD LADY WISHES* POSITION
In real estate office; ■ has had some ex
perience. ■ BOX 10. Herald. .8-10-7
WANTTD—BY A RESPECTABLE" WOM
an, housework in otty or country. 819
W. Third st. ■ ' . _!___?
WANTED—EXPERIENCED DEMONSTRA
' tor wishes position. .. Address BOX 141.
■ Herald. » - ■ 8-10-7
WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
_ er for gentleman. <»o» LIMA ST. 8-14-10
WAJITgO—TO PUKCIIASB STOCK
WANTED- ! •■■■
. atoek In the "Urn Angeles InTestmenl com
pany; any amount up to 140,000; will pay
within 6 per cent of the company's selling
pries. CL F., care Globe Savings Bank.
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SITUATIONS— AMD KKMAJL.B
WANTWD—WORK in PRIVATE aousm
(is month, room and board, while attend
lag school: school hour* from I l« I p. as.
P. O. BOX 341. City. - ' t-\l-tt
TO PURCHASE— MISCEI4LAMBOVB
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR " FEATHER
bed*. 168 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones Main
1106: F|o4l. ■ H-17-tf
CESSPOOLS
. take out >argest load. West MM; turn. ■
■ ■.-■■-■■■■ - - ■■- ■■■-•: .; ■ ■■■■■ 3-io-tf
■■" ' " "' ' '""
■ DENTISTS
jr. Hacnm-nn, *iibstii Majestic Tnealaf
Bids.. MS A U4w«y, rsoili Main a.is.
i ■■•.-. ■■■■■■.■■ t-vti
ASSAYING '
JOHN HE^MA^r^KHn*\rT««in?^o^~siitis^
faction, but accuracy guaranteed. U-}2-tf
LOS AXGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1(5. 1010.
FOR BALE
HOI'HKS
I CITY—FOR SALE . • ~~~
' >&s^ -tk li _C_A_-JsC/
New, Modern and Strictly >: .:•
; . Down to Date ■■-■ ■'
■•■ V ■-■'■ ■ •, ■ By '■-'•'. :' ■ •'- "■-■.;■.:' i:
The Largest Co-operative Build-'.
ing Company in the World
1 '■ ■ ■'" ; Builder and Owner. • '-' y£
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, plat* rail, buffet, beautiful fireplace, bookcases, buffet
kitchen, screen porch, decorated and tinted walls, cement porch, gas, electro
lights and sewer, lawns made, shade trees, etc. •
.. Each home buyer- 1* given th» free use of and option upon the adjoining »a
cant lot for two years st present prle*. ■ . .
A FEW PRICES
'■;,■■ ■'■.■. -. :■- <;■ .■ r : ■ ■ -. : ■ \ " ' ■ ■ .■ •
$2925 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow. ,„)■
$3100 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow. ,
• ', $3850—Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
—Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
$3500 —Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
$4100—Modern 7-Room', Bungalow.
$5000—Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
$5700—Modern 8J?oom Bungalow. {
• Others from »»00» to ITOO*.
All npon our rent-paying term*. Monthly payments . Including later**. In- :
surance and taxes. .; _■■ - .■ , -' .- .... , : .... ■•'. • '. ' . ' , ■;".'
OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT
■ ■ . Upon th* same terms.
Agent* at Tract. I ■ 1' < - -" • •'" '. '. :' . .
, - ' Grand avenue, oar marked West 41th street dlreot to the tract.
' ' Our autos In waiting at our Hill it reef, office every day except Sunday,
Bar* properties In all sections of the »lty. -. , i \ .• -
DEEBLE TRACT SPECIALS j
DaliiisJUii IKALi csjril<Ul/VJUo I
; Hooper are. car on Spring st to »«th st.
• ■ . U8l»— Modern s-roora I)ungalow.
' .; •...■•..:■ S", ■, $1600—Modem. S-room bungalow.
1100 cash. 125 a month. . •••■. ■- . . '. < v' BiS^^S
' Call and let us show you some of oar choice homes.
Xos Angeles Investment Co.
Main 2248 333-337 S. HILL ST. ' 60127 ''^
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HOUSES ' ;
ANOTHER NICE 40-ACRE
HOME AT A BARGAIN
Most likely you've looked at dozens of places
In your search for a nice cozy home. Sea
this one and you .1 surely buy It. It's good
land, well adapted to fruits, vegetables, poul
. try, etc. ; i\i mile* from Santa Maria, a good
lively town; .good roads, schools and neigh
bors; a nice, neat house, telephone, good
barn, ' granary. 14 good chicken houses, 2
brooder houses, Incubator house and I out
buildings. Three largo brooders and a large
■ incubator; a geod well,, I h. p. Fairbanks-
Morse gasoline engine. 5000-gallon tank, water
piped to house, chicken corrals, barn, etc.;
fenced and cross-fenced with good new net
■ ling; no Irrigation required here; a big Item
. itselfi no extremes of heat or cold; every
thing about this place Is practically new; all
Implements and crops included; also good
cow. fresh; 13600 takes it, $2000 cash, balance
I years, 8 per cent. ■'■■■■ ■■■ ■■■.:.->:■<'.-;.v".n
WH. T. MANTZ,
:,. ' Banta Maria, Cal. ; , 8-12-tf
LOTS FOR SALE :
Large lots. -40*140. street Improvements,
, cement walks and curbs. Price for this
week 1500. No . such values anywhere.
Climate > Ideal, deep rich soil; . 810 cash
will start you. See owner,
S. EHRLICH,
1 641 S. Main It, . . „.^, ,;,■:, '.■ ,'. . 8-15-8
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-HOLLYWOOD
home, new 9-room modern, hardwood finish,
■beam ceilings,: gas furnaoe, everything com
plete; large lot. £90 feet deep, garage, fruit
trees.ln bearing. Will sell furnished or un»
furnished. Owner moving this week and
place will be sold right. Act quick. Call
F5815 or 67112. , 8-14-1(5-18-31
FOR I SALE— 4-ROOM CALIFORNIA COT
tage; lot 40x120; street work all in; side
walk*; price 11800; 1100 down, »15 per
month. Inquire ■ ■■
CHRISTENSEN & STAIR
'■•' 808 Btlmson Hldg. •-•-. 8-14-3
FOR SALE— 88000; A VERY PRETTY
bungalow at 3039 FOSTER . ST.. near
Hoover; | lot ' 60x135 to 15-foot I alley; all
' Improvements in. This can be bought on
' the easiest terms. HENRY A. GREENE,
i 408 .' Cltlxens Bank Bldg. Phones Main
.115; F3295. ' ■ '___ '' ' T-81-tf
SAN PEDRO
WITH :v\::..v%h ■;:;;'v,--;-';
CHARLES MASON ; ' *
11111111
. will ■ make - a real estate Investment; 119 a
month will hold It (or certain profit In
Sam Pedro ■■
■ LOS ANGELES' ' 116,000,000 HARBOR '•■ ■
, the only guaranteed city In. th« world.
I Phone F2334. , Broadway ■ 4783, . or write tai
I Security Bids;., Los Angelss. corner Fifth
■ and Spring streets, or 111 W. BlKth street,
Ban Pedro, Cat, , ;. , . .
- CHA^^ES MASC I •'.;•: U
:■■'. - ■ -.- ■■;■ -. -~j ■ ■ 7-»-tu-th-»at-*un-t<
\', POULTRY. BIROS, DOOM. SUPPLIES
FOR SALE—IN INQLEWOOD POULTRY
. ■ colony. 4-rooxn house. c '■> * poultry ' house*
. and corrals; % brooder houses, 1 • store-
I hous*. 800 chicken*. 1 horse, wagon and
harness. 1 cow: Dries 18100.
F. A. BUELOW
'■■ 141 Wllcor Bid*. Main «818; ABJ2B.
•| ■■-■-■•■ - ' ■■■••■ -'" ■ l-14-lt-2t
' 0.;-.. „ ' *. LIVE STOCK '
FOB YOUNG LLBWBLLYN SET'
. t ter "dogs,,4 months old, from field brok
en (teck. F. H. XAXLOK. US West 50th,
stroet 8-9-tf
KOR SALE k
BOVBtM
:l%'f?£?:6 COENTRY PROPERTY '■ ?V.' ?t:t
FOR SALE— FIVE-ACRE CHICKEN
ranch In Ban Luis Oblspo county; good soil;
almost new T-rooir. house, fine well, wind
. ill and tank, good, sized barn; only few
blocks from good school and railway station;
In best sf climate will go (or $1800 In next
10 days.
I have a!so ■ ■ r
, FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ;"/i :.
Town property, ranches, large and small,
walnut orchards and eucalyptus lands, all In
Ban Luis Oblspo county. <
For further particulars call on or address
.: , . P. B. MEAD, Weitgate, Cal. 7-17-lrao
114 ACRES Al ALFALFA .
PERRIS VALLEY
• years old; cuts 7 crops annually; l"j
tena each cutting) 8 wells; 160 Inches of
water; 40-horaepowar engine; line buildings;
worth $SOO. For Quick pale, $200 par acre.
«t»;. . STACY REALTY CO.
681 S. Spring St.
Main 8866-Flll5
i or v STACY-WAGNER CO., Riverside
■ ■ ■ '•'''-■■■" 7-81-eod-tf
FOR SALE—I6O ACRES FINE LEVEL At
falfa land, small house and barn. 3
horses. ■»( cows, Implements, eto. Locat
•d in LOs Angeles county; price $8500.
ERIKSON & CO.
J65 W. Sixth St. Ground Floor. FJI74.
' 'i'.i -■„'..., ■ ■ •:.■■■■ h " ■• 8-18-1
OAKDALB, CAL.- $To« ACRE, $1 CASH.
II monthly; rich, level. Irrigated alfalfa,
orange, grape, fruit land; the crops pay
for land. T. WIESBSNDANGER, room 311,
to 7 S. Broadway. See MR. FRYE.
■ . '- A-tu-frl-Aug
HAVE LOT AT COLTON WHICH 1 MUST
. sell qulok for oath; adjoining lot sold this
. week 1200; will take 8150 this week. For
an At investment look this up; must have
money now. BOX 126. Herald. 8-11-7
WANT REAL EBTATE OR GOOD MO
torcycle for $100 gilt edge stock. Out
of town lot preferred. i. Address BOX
- 188, Herald offloe. , ■■■ 8-8-7
.' ■■.'" ■:■ ■ . VillOilSiMM
*sjp A RAT» LOCKED IRON BOOMS, |l.l»
par month. Trunks, boxes, etc.. tie, to 100.
Phone for our large van when you mare.
tilt *er Hour.
eOLTKAR WAREHOUSE CO*
. tlf-lt-lt tea Pear* st Mala office f*»-U
' ■. Mtla st. Phone Main 1111; FBITL I' -
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- ■'■■ ". ''"/.''' •''" '' 'i ' '■■'■-
PIANOS
riANOg AT II 60 AND It fBK MUMH.
Square pianos of standard markes In ex
etllant condition.: Will: Mil on the abort
small payments. • GEO. ■J. ■ UißlTflL CO.
■an; a. spring si : - ' 10-1 -
A. G. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON 'ST, Fl
anos sold, rented, tuned: very low rates.
' - .- ■./■ ■..■ ... .- [ .■-■■. , 8-12-tf
, _ __*.
'■ ~^'\ -:.:. 'Oil/, PROPERTY ...;-■ :'■■■<■■'.:'< :\
FOR SALE-OIL LAND. ■ T~. ".."■ I
I have an option on a half section of pat
ented land In the heart of Devil's Den dts-
I trlct; all Indications are that the land will
' be proven within a few weeks; will sell as
a whole or In subdivisions of ten acrei at
$60 per acre. Perfect title. C. E. MILLER,
«08 Qrosse bldg. ■ !-»-«
\*. SUBURBAN PROPERTY . 5
ON THE VENICE SHORT LINE—SI6OO
-• 193Mx1«». wall located, equal to four lota,
'■ next to new Venice boulevard; Just the
. place (or rambling California bungalow.
GEORGE J COTE. Hf 11. W, Hollman
' 31«lg. - Main MM; A61«l _ T-1»-Mt
. BEACH PROPBRTY
OFFER WANTKD FOR ONE^oi 1 THE BEST
lots in Curcnado Beachi,no reasonable offer
f refused. ■ Address H. R. ! DAVIDSON,' - JOt!
„ ltth ' St., Ban Francisco, -, Cal, .. ■■■■■-■;■;• 8-14-3
FOR SALE
CITY LOTS AND LANDS
Vernon and Wadsworth
$1250
v 50x135
■; — ' LOT
Have reduced my price on this fine eor
i ncr from $1500 to $1250 for Quick sale.
Northeast corner of Vernon • and Wads
• worth* ;
. „■. WOOLSEY AVENUE
, • LOT •
On Wnol»oy, near Pico, Esxl2S, $1450, high
; and sightly; beautiful lot In. fine section.
Euildlng restrictions $3000.
■ ,1 WEST ADAMS
On Adams, near Dalton Aye., fine for
business. 50x150, Pi-Ice $2000.
WEST JEFFERSON - \
LOT
On 'Fifth Aye.. near Jefferson, east
front lot. 40x140 to 15 foot alley. Price
$000. Easy terms.
' ' BROOKLYN AVENUE
HOUSE
■ On Brooklyn, near Echandla. 50x150.
small house. Price $2300. Terms.
We only advertise bargains. Let me
1 show you some of the above described
properties, and -be convinced.
, ■' H. O. GRIFFITH.
F1533 or Main 1533. 433 Pac. Elec. Bldg.
I:'/ ; 8-12-18-2t
Wilshire Snaps
60-foot high elevated lot on Marlposa,
near Fourth, street car line, on terms at
$1500. This Is one of two very best buys In
the entire exclusive close-In Wilshire sec
tion. The other best buy Is a fine east front
50-foot lot on Alexandria, overlooking the
entire section, at $3200, This is 25 per cent
cheaper than anything in the block. See
| these for an investment or home site.
W. A. ROBERTS REALTY CO.
' 126 South Broadway.
Ground Floor. Chamber of Commerce.
F6534; Main 459. 8-16-1
FOR SALE—FJNE LARGE 50-FOOT LOTS,
' West Hollywood, for $650; greatest bar-
Rain In Hollywood. SCOTT, 312 Story
Bldg. 8-12-14-16-3t
MISCELLANEOUS
Second Hand
' Material ;
Bank Fixtures, Vault Fronts,
Time Locks, at a bargain.
Sash and Doors, Water Closets,
Wash Basins, Pipe, etc.
; We also handle cement crushed
rock, gravel and plaster and all
kinds of building materials.
Let us figure your plans for
your bungalow. Plans free.
Yards at 1562-1568 Industrial
street. I
Frank L. Peck k Co.
Wrecking and Building Material
Office 211-12 Stimson Bldg.
_ . 8-16-1
FOR SALE— IS THE TIME TO GET
your grapes for Jelly and preserves.
FARRAIL BROS.,
1930 West Jefferson St.
West 6060, 73333. . l-14-7t
IF YOU WANT TO GET GOOD BOYS' AND
youths' suits for $3.50. come to CHEAP
JOHN. 71« B. Fifth Bt. . 7-»0-lroo
FOR BALE—ONE ' YEAR'S SUBSCRIP
tion to the Examiner, $8. Address Box
r ll4, Herald. ■. 8-9-7
FOR BALE— FIRE-PROOF BAFB CHEAP.
ANDERSON. 212 N. Main at s-lt-tf
„ ~"~~ PHYSICIANS
'ww<r*£ R^- AND MRS. 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
702 B. SPRING ST.. room 208. 7-10-lnv>
~ DR. HICKOK
SPECIALIST IN PAINLESS CONFINE
MENT AND DISEASES- OF WOMEN.
MATERNITY HOME AND ADOPTION
IF DESIRED. FREE CONSULTATION
AND EXAMINATION. MODERATE
CHARGES; TERMS TO SUIT.
•88 W. SIXTH STREET. BUITH 107.
" - 8-J-tf
! UK. CROCKER
■ Specialist for Women.
Hamburger's Majestlo Theater Building,
Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4.
■ ',%•;• CONSULT FREE. ■ '
• -;; , , . ia-15-umo
IF YOU CARE TO BE WELL AND STRONG
read the Book of Truth 100 only; worth
. everything to you. Call or write DR.
KURPIBR, 14* S. Grand aye, . - 8-12-17
"7 WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Obstetrics, surgical and medical cases. Terms
reasonable. 1245 8. Flower. F4134. . 3-l«-tf
WOMEN— PRIVATE HOME PREVIOUS TO
confinement. 231 W. JEFFERSON ST.,
between Main and Grand. 7-28-tf
DR. TAYLOR. 817 V, 8. MAIN ST. DlS
easea of women. ■ 8-H-tt
SPECIAL NOTICED
'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. This
will nut obligate you to buy glasses.
reliable OPTICAL CO..
828-328 Security Building.
FIFTH AND SPRING, THIRD FLOOR.
/ 7-2»-tt
■'■■•■-■ SANTA MONICA IS BOOMING
For property In Santa Monica and locality
see PALMER 4 HAMMOND. 613 Union
Trust Bldg. ■ 8-U-lmo
WANTED—LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
■ MAIN 8»>T: Ftt»s i l-38.-13m»
CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint. $1.50 per gallon. SHEKHAN'S.
800 B. Broadway- «-li-M
, WHEELED VEHICLES
; T AUTOMOBILES :
NEW AUTO TIRES CHEAP— STANDARD
makes. Clinchers or Q. D. Contain slight
harmless unnotlceable flaws. Save 50 per
cent of tire costs. Rings to change Dun
> i lop to Clincher $2.30 per wheel; 28x3,
1 $11! 80x5, $12.75; 80x3'4. $17.80; 81x314.
k sl7; SSxSJi; $18.40; 34x3H. $18.60; 80x4,
$20.20; 32x4, $23.80; 33x4. $24.20; 14»4.
$24.78. Goods sent C. O. D. allowing ex
amination; 6 per cent discount If cash
accompanies order. Referenoea Dun or
1 Bradstreet. GEYER SALES CO.. I Blmi.i
Building. Dayton. Ohio. 8-14-3
CHURCH NOTICES
p^jiTSiTliALLriaT a. main, noon pray
. •r meeting dally; gospel meeting every
night. ■ »-l-«m»
ATTORN AT LAW
SPECIAL INVBBTiaATIONH — PERBONAIi
injury claims specialty; «s»at-s settled. J.
I W. MACT. Ml Douglaa bid*. Phones Alitt
.-Mtln'BBBB. ' ■■-.■■' **
SANITARIUMS
' TUB WOMAN'S lIOSI'ITAL -.i
r -luxlvtly for women and' children, Beit
• ulpped and homelike hospital In the city
lot confinement cases. .Terms to suit. > 1841
South Flower. : WKiSmgnte^i a-ia-U
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES [
-— ——— —
Summer School
College of Fink Arts. U. t S, C
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request.
W. L. JUDSON, Dean.
I
____s__________________________r___-H_
__TH^__^^^___^^__^___^^^^j^ r _ _b!
%\ *^^ Kj a Pjß3 »b Ht ~^_9
Business College. Northeast corner Kit-l
■nd Hill streets. I 0100; Main 511.
- SEND FOR FULL INFORMATION.
HAVE TOO SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
alogu* describing bookkeeping and shorthand
courses Y. M. O. A. ' »-"-H
THE ROWELL SCHOOL, RECEIVES PUPILS
for all grades and high school. I 520 SOUTH
BROADWAY. *'__.
nOY.VTON NORMAL ■ PREPARES FOR
teachers 1 examination; fall term opens Aug.
29. 525 STIMSON BLK. • Bdway 1919; AlB4O,
8-13-14t
FOR RENT
ROOMS—FURNIStfED
Motel Seville
712-784 8. FLOWER ST.
One at the flnent family hotel* in the ehy.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heat:
hot and cold water: electrte lights; European
plan. Only a lib nt walk from Broadway.
Pbonesi Main ml; TO* «-l-«-
APARTMENTS—I'ITRNISIEBD AND
UXIIKMSU-l)
The St. -Regis
Housekeplng apartments, 287 ft Flower st.
Main 2290; A 7338. Near business center; at
tractive building, cool porches, room phones,
clean, nicely furnished apartments, (12.50
to 125. Single rooms $2.50, SI weekly) 8.50
to «15 monthly. 8-6-tt
| Majestic Apartments.'/
Corner First and Hope streets. Modern
conveniences; summer rates now on. All
outside rooms. 8-U-ltno
HOCBEB FTJBNIBHED
CLOSE IN " CLEAN 4-ROOM COTTAGE,
completely furnished; modern conveni
ences; piano. Phone 54572. 8-16-7
\ —UNFURNISHED
FOR RENT—B -ROOM HOUSE. ARLING
ton Heights; new, modern, lawn, flowers,
•to. Will loaso for 1 year or more at »40
per month. Call at house. 1535 Sixth
aye.. or phone 72883.. 3-18-3
FOR RENT— ROOMS UNFURNISHED, 17.
3051 S. Fifth. > g -*4'>
TO LHT-2 STORIES. 6 BOOMS; CLOSE IN.
1010 VALENCIA. , '-*-
FOR EXCHANGE
4 REAL ESTATB
Farm Exchange
20 acres of good loam soil, all leveled for
alfalfa, not far from Los Aneeles. near
electric par line; 10-inch cased welt with 15
-horsepower pumping plant on the place,
which produces a surplus of water for Irri
gation; 10 acres now in a good stand of al
falfa bringing in a revenue. Price $7000.
Will exchange for vacant lots In Los An
geles, south or southwest, to 14500, balance
on time, four years, with 7 per cent in
terest. TURN YOUR VACANT LOTS INTO
A LIVE ASSET, where It will bring you
in some money every month.
resh & McCarthy co.
(24 Hellman Bldg.. S. Main St.
t i ■ ' . -■.--..., " ''_ ■ -,■ ' :'. . ■ , 8-16-1
SOUTHERN CALJFORNIA-FOR EXCHANGE
—We have an equity of $700, 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 Los Angeles or
vicinity.
CALIFORNIA LAND CO.
'' > .;.'-" 641-2 San Fernando Bldg. ■ ' 8-18-2
FOR EXCHANGE—HOUSES IN CITY FOR
vacant lots 'or ranches. See TAYLOR
REALTY CO., First and Evergreen aye.
8-14-10t
FOR EXCHANGE—WE CAN EXCHANGE
your property, no matter where located.
BLACK & COMPANY, 413-20 Grant Bldg.
7-31-331
i. i i .^ „... i-... - ■■'
\i ',■ MISCEIXANEOIJfi
WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK
Gold company and other mining stock for
stock In California Wave Motor company
(Reynolds*. BOX 848. Herald. 6-28-tf
PATENTS —PATENT ATTORN
pnjS^£H^AT2I??"AaSNCYT HAZARD
BTRAUSB. ESTABLISHED 33 X_AR_.
American and foreign patents secured and
trade marks registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 139 Cltluns National Bank
Building, Third and Main. Home A1491j
Mali' 8524 PATENT BOOK l'K__
J. S. ZERBB, , SOLICITOR, UNITED
States and lorelgn patents) 40 years' ex
perience, (22-3 Stimson Bldg.. Third and
Main. Phone A 5544. ■ 7-23-lmo
BRING IN YC-.R MODEL OR SKKTCII.
Consultation free of charge, BEMER G.
WELLS, patent attorney, 634 Germain bldg.
8-6-tf
PATENT? AND TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
trleß. A. H. LIDDKRS, patent lawyer and
solicitor, 613 Am. Bank Dldg., 2d and Spring.
U-«-tf
].." BATH ft
MEDICATED STEAM BATHS AND SClEN
ttflo manipulation for rheumatism, paraly
sis, malaria, nervousness and constipa
tion; lady specialist. 930 S. BROADWAY.
. , , v -• . , . ... „ . 8-12-lmo
MIS 3 ANITA HELDM AN—BATHS, SCALP
treatments and alcohol rubs. 814 SANTEE ST.,
two blocks east of Main, near Eighth. 8-13-20t
118V4 S. •; SPRING. SUITE §—CHIROPODY,
electricity, massage, vapor and shower baths.
.... - . 6-5-tf
MASSAGE, BATHS, CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants. JEAN LUNN. 520 B. Bway. 2-17-tf
BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 218
BROADWAY, ROOM 220. 7-30-tf
STORAGE,
LAJrIUK iMUVATK J_UC___>, iKON JiOL)M3
f<-r tuj'uiiure, etc) 11.50 and |1 per month.
Trunks, boaar, etc., 2-c to 50o; open vans.
$6 per day, or 76c per hour. We pack and '
i' p household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. < COLYEAR'S VAN AND BTOR
AGE CO.. office- 509-U S. Main St. War*,
hous* 415-17 San Pedro St. Phones F2171;
up un. 1-lg-U
HOUSEHOLD HOODS MOVED IN MOi>
•m vans. Shipped, stored in olean ware
bouses. Private rooms. Coal and wood.
BHATTUCK *> NIMMO. Ninth and Ala
meda streets. 1-su-tu-w-fr-tl
S. T. MASON. PACKER OF HOUSEHOLD
■ furniture, china and brlo-a-brac; good
packed, shipped at carload rates. Phone
F3»aa. Office 882 W. nth >t. ■ 8-11-7
BUSINESS PERSONALS
MR-"" MA S3 ON. THE 4\otkd"*l_onssm
palmist, ,—I. B. ■>' Bl'ttlNG, over \ Owl drug'
* store. ■ U-M-tt
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
— j
German, English
Shorthand
by •xperience- teacher. Terms i_o_«r__»j
110 ■—'. list it. Phon* South »41«.
1 " ' . .. . -
|[|i Floor, Hamburger Bids.. Imb Angel* _
mon-tuas-thurs-sat-tl ,
! LO9 ANOELI9 BOSINESB COLLJBOB. "«»
W. Fifth ._ B. R. SHRAB-IR. f£, »J
president sine* lit*. _______
RAILWAY TIME TABLB
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
From Arcade Station. Fifth and Central »-«."
Leav»| I ArrtT*
l.w am San Fra-clsco via Coast Line, 8:« am
sih in
1:15 am San Lut» Oblspo. Paso Ttoblea, J:3O pm
1-30 pm Del Mont*. Monterey, Banta ♦:» p-i
•till pm Cm* Ban Jos* and east 11:44 am
t:00 pro '
I San Francl-c* and Mojav*
1-10 pm Sacramento. Oakland, via TiM to
t:2O pm Bakersfleld and Fresn* 1:11—1
; 7:10 am Fresna J:0» am
1:00 pm Bakers-old 1:0* e_
»:iO ?m -- «nd Molav >:_> pa
Chicago. Kan. City, At. LouisT
1:45 pm Oolden State Limited till pi
»X» pra Ib* Calltornlsn. via l;l» »_
Tuma. Benson, HI Pa— _______
Overland—New Orleans via
11:01 pm Turns, Benson. Marlcopa, Tuo- I'M ■«•
son. El Paso, Baa Antonio,
H oast on 1 _______
11:01 pm .uma, Tucson. Benson •'.Warn
1:00 pm Lord-burg. Demise, 7:l* _■
7-no pm El Paso | 1:10 pa
I:6* ami " ~ l:3» aa
l:0» am „, U:W an
1:16 am Ba-U Barbara jl 1:30 pa
1:40 pro . _■_ 7:36 pot
1:36 pm - ' Ventura * 1:30 pa
7:30 pm PNot Ventur-> ' 11:« pa
1:15 ami Ox-ard. Santa Bu___» ' *l l:3» an
1:16 pm j Moorpark* ; • U:W an
im pm . Boa--, . 1:31 pa
Camarilla * T:U pa
(•Oxnaid only) 11:4* pan
■ - Santa Paula via -_ug_> .
• :4S am Camuloa, Pirn. Fillroor*, 11:50 sol
1:4- pm Batlooy, Montalvo, Carpln- 7:o* 9—
. t.rta, Bummerland _____
1:15 am NordooK ~ I:3* pa
l:%s pm| I I'M pa
7:45 am - • «:3» an
1:65 am ' Fomena ' * 7:llam
11:01 pm , Oolt~l. 7:11 aa
1.00 pm Riverside Redlanda Ul »:35 an
■ 4:04 pm Ban Bemar4las) ■ U:K a—
rn4pm ('Not Riverside, Badlands " 1:30 pa
»:15 pm • *t San Bernardl-o) . I:U pa
■ ..Ml' _!_?.__•
I:M am CoTt_a 11: Warn
1:45 pm '.""-...■■• ''."-. 7:10 pa
7:46 am : . China »:3« aa '
4:00 pm l:» pa
Santa Ana, Anaheim. Down*?
111 a— and Morwalk ».»• aai
11:15 am . 1:15 pa
1:00 pm a* Baena Park. ~r«t< •• 1:00 »—;
1:10 pm Anaheim. West Ot-__» 4:M »m '
(»Downey only) •■■■■- - ;
1:55 am Newport Beach 4:K> pa
B:6R am|a Lo* Alamltoa ' ' a 4:50 pn>
0:46 ami . . BrawTey, Imperial. ~\ »:30 am
T:O0 pm El Centro, Calexlco ________ ■
0:06 am Ban Vedro-Oomptbii •111:45 an
1.10 pm • t'Vla Long Beach) «:35 pa
8:05 am • ' Long Beach-Comptoa ' U:4f ata
»:8Q pm ("Via Ban Padre) «:W pa
>:n.i im| Santa Catallna Island 1:35 pm
1:45 am ■ 1 7:0» aa j
T:5O am Fernanda ' • l:4« M
1:46 pm U:M -.■ .
t:«opm . CMetori : . 7:M oat
1:30 pm ; - - _*_____
»:au am a Chauworth Park. (Be* a I:4* pa
not*). (Not*—To and from - .■.
I River station only.) ' * . -
All trains dally «>so*»t thos* narked as fol
lows: "_■• Buudaya axcsptfdt "-" *_odaj_
•Bl?.. I .-.. .. .' t- , -;-'
SANTA FE
Leave | ; j Arrt.'ir
Eastern—California Limited, ' '
10:00 am dally, Chicago via Denver 1:00 pit
■ and Kansas City ■ ■■ ■
Overland Express—Daily
1:00 pm Chicago via Denver and ■ l:M/_sa
Kansas City ____.
niaatern Express—Dally ........ ..
7:30 am Chicago via Denver and lilt
Kansas City __
' Touri*t Flyer—pally ■' T-— ———
1:00 am liloago via Denver and I «:!S a_(
j Kansas City |
"~" . Kite Sh*p«d—Going via " [ .'
1:30 am Pasadeivt. Return via 1:3! pal
Santa- Ana canyon !
1:35 am . " *""*"" i« : oo am
1:30 am ' Redlanda »la Faaadenai i : os pm
1:00 pm *'■'■■■ s:4opnj
4:30 pm ) 7:40 pm
7:30 am Rsdlands Vila Grange 10:36 am
10:55 am| 1:30 cm
~_ I 1:00 pm
7:35 am Riverside via Pasadena 5:40 pm
7:30 am ~~ i i . I 7:05 pro
10:55 am Riverside via Orange: 10:35 am
5:C5 pm _^_^___,^____^_______ 1:30 pm
7:30 am I 7:05 am
10:55 am ' Corona via, Orange 10:85 am
5:05 pm _________________________ 1:30 pm
7:30 ami I 7:05 am
10:56 am San Bernardino via Orange 10:35 am
1:05 pm ________________________ 8:30 pm
7:35 am I 8:30 am
1:30 am t 10:00 am
10:00 am Pan Bernardino via Pas*- 4:00 pm
2:00 pm . dens, . 6:40 pm
4:30 pm , 1:00 pm
<:4S pm • ' ,mm
1:00 pm 7:40 pm
1:65 am ' t to am
2:15 pm Santa Ana 1:15 am
5:05 pm \; I 1:00 pm
11:55 pm| g| a| I 1:16 pro
7:30 am ' . 66 am
1:55 am . :06 am
10:55 am VuHuiluu, Ali__-ha» , 1:26 am
2:15 pm Orange 10:35 am
C:O5 pm ■ . . 1:00 pm
11:65 pm '_ -■ ■ 1:30 pm
7:35 am San Jaclnto, Elslnore. He- 15:86 am
10:55 am met and Murietta 1:30 pm
10:26 am Redondo "~ 4:20 pm
2:15 pm Escondldo 1:00 pm
8:65 am Kail brook ' 1:15 pm
1:55 an Ban Diego and . 1:55 am
2:16 pm Coronado Beach 1:00 pm
11:65 pm , Surf Line , 1:15 pm
7:80 am Randsburg 7:05 am
1:00 pm Searchlight and Chloride 7:06 am
1:00 pm Beatty, Rhyollte. Ooldfleld 1:30 an 5
- ; and Tonopab , . J
. SALT LAKE ROUTE
All trains daily except a* noted.
a Sunday only, w "Week day* only. ■
Leave I First Street Station | Arrive '
10:00 am Los Angeles Limited 1 4:30 pot
• ;00pm Overland Express 1:00 am .
Chicago. St. Louis, St. Paul.
Omaha. Kansas City. Den- ■
I ver and Bait Lake. ' '
r "5 am Sao Bernardino, 1:00 ant
3 am . Colton, , 1:31 am
1:40 pm , Rlveraid*. 10 41 am
1:35 l>:ii
1:24 i-iTi . Ontario an- 5:16 pm
8:'O pm Pomona 7:10 pm
4:45 am ~ ". —-________ ______
1:10 am a , 1:01 am
8.0 am ... Long Beach " 10:10 am
10:59 am and ...'<■ I II pm
1:30 pm s Ba;. Peuro ' 6:05 pin '
i i pm 1:10 pm
l~i pm w 1:60 pn>
s 7:60 pm
' I ~_^___* 3:50 pm
1:50 am ■ •-■— 10:5* ani
1:90 pm w - Banta Oatall-a Island w 1:50 pa
>(C-W.iW! -'•.!. ■)■/■" '. -- ■ ' s itMpa.
•:W pin Searc-lightt Ooldttsld : ;. J 1:0* aai J:
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