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branch~6ffices •'■:■'
long~beach
Ocean and Pine •tree!
OCEAN~~PARK
144 Pier avenue.
PASADENA
80 W. Colorado st
SAN BERNARDINO
. 488 Court streat.
SANTA ANA
31!) N. Sycfttnr>re st. **" ..
' - FOR RENT r
ROOMS—FURNISHED _^
»' Hotel-Seville.-;
711-734 B. FLOWER ST.
Oa* ef the finest family hotel* In the diy.
Newly furnished throughout; 1 steam heats
hot and cold water) electrto light*; Europe*.*
' plan. Only a abort walk (rom Broadway.
Phones 1 Main Wit; Wilt 4-l-tl
AJ'AKX.MKNITS -II KNI.sIIEU AND
UNFURNISHED ~~
The St'Regis-.
Housekeplng apartments. 137 S. Flower st.
Main 2290; A 7386. Near business center; at
tractive building, cool porches, room phones,
clean, nicely furnished apartments, $11.50
to $26. . Single rooms $2. 30, $4 weekly; 18.90
to lIS monthly. « 8»5-tf
.•;' Majestic Apartments
Corner First and Hope streets. Modern
conveniences; summer rate* now on. All
outside rooms. S-11-lmo
11- ' UNFURNISHED
FOR RENT—B-ROOM HOUSE), ARLING
ton Heights; new, modern, lawn, flowers,
eto. Will lease for 1 year or more at $40
per month. Call at house, 1535 Sixth
aye., or phone 73998. 8-16-8
FOR RENT— ADUIJTS. ONE-HALF OF
finely furnished new double house; strict
ly bungalow style and up-to-date; close
In. J. M. BROWNING. West 122.
8-18-1
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS — PERSONA*
. injury claim* specialty; **tat«* settled. J.
W. MAtT Ul DoiUTla* bide Pbonss ASMa.
Mum 8633. . tf
CESSPOOLS
. r£KIAL CeibSi'uuL PUMPING CO.—WB
Uk« out largest load. West UtM; 23040.
" ■ a-io-u
CHURCH NOTICES
PENIEL HALL. 23J S. MAIN. NOON PRAY
er meeting dally; gospel meeting every
n'«ht- - S-l-6mo
___^__ ■ ~ . -. > .. _^.
-— ii . A man can have more fun •
: w , a-makin' fun about wimin's bon-
VJW/ 1 ' nets an" ' cn> but when it comes
' • to doln' Silly, crazy things the .
jK^\i*Ssj. men can put wimin in the shade
Vvi alfl^tH^ >' every day. Now there's Fuller — v
•'2&*G$W%/I ordinarily a staid, ploddin' man,
jßp Wmntfa a KOod soul, if rather peppery at
dZfo&k mr}\r\ times, but a man Jist the same.
%frflP Kczay He got ■ over his frisky ways
jPl2lri£^lir^PMi*\ many a long day ago an' he used
S.^JtSe'^''' jt_^ tO '"' one °' l'lc awfule?t cutups
*sS?s^*%£&lr'J^ you ever did see, but, as I said,
JSkj^i^^yE} he settled down till ylsterday
&\[email protected]£iS?/ when he broke out in a way that
J%l9££&j^&~\ enymost flabbergasted me an' I
, •£jg^*§^s^^C had to git the hartshorn bottle
"i ; .-. "^^»^j^js^j|lk ■'■■' ' before I could git my senses
I » You'd been all beat out, too, if
' ' you'd heard him' walk in es if
he wus 21 'stead o'"'6l an' say, i
"Well, Emily, I feel us If I caln't rest satisfied until I git one o" |
them flyin' machines an' go a-whizzin' through the air ; like a ;
, : bird, an' I'm a-goin' to do it." . Soon ez I came to I got my dander .',
all ria up an' the way I talked to that man v. rus real scandalous. ,',..'
I jist up an' tol' him I wasn't goln' to stan' for no such fool talk,
an" es long ez he wus on earth he wus goin" to stay, on earth; , ;
time enough to be an angel bye en bye. A bird, indeed!. A nico
„ lookln' bird Fuller would make, I declare. After I got through „.. ■
■ with him he didn't Bay no more, an' -I knoweil then that he had ■ ,
taken another notion not to do it.
But that's the way with some men—allus attemptln' somethin'
- out o' their line an' not payln' attention to things that they've i
• got business with. ■ Suppose: some o' the big storekeepers wus to
'\ tgo in fer flyin' an' quit advertlaln'. What'd happen Why, the '
business would go to smash with their ol' machine an' the store
, keeper an' his business 'ud be nothln' but a sad memory. It's a.
heap sight bettor to keep attendln'^to business an' keep on adver- ;
tlsin' fer more business. ; Them's my sentiments. • •' ;
V'- ■■ --'.-■•'. /-" .-' ".■''.'■'■'■■. ' • ' •"•■' •"'"■'• ' ' ! ' ■ •■■".'-'. "
WANTED
II Li"—.MALE
V.'ANTKD-MFN AND BOYS: NO' EXPENSE
to learn trade of electricity, automobiles,
. plumbing, bricklaying by actual contract
Jobs; only few months required; 200, students
null year; catalogue free. UNITED TRADIC
SCjIHOOL CONTRACTING CO., 647 Faclllc I
1:1- ti lo bldg. • ■ 8-1-lm* ,
tUXI'—KK.MALE . ; 1
WANTED—LADIES. BEAUTY CULTURB. I
pays big; learn right, salary guaranteed <
"FLORENTINE." the world's largest. 227 .
■V'Tnantlle place, corner Broadway. 8-2-tf ■
~i ■ i
SITUATIONS—MALE
SITUATION WANTED-DY AUTOMOBILE
expert, 12 years' experience selling all makes
of motor oars and managing garages and
shops. Address JOSEPH DELL, 1220 S.
Olive St. Home phone F2360, Sunset Broad
way 2493. , 1-14-7
WANTED—POSITION AS .INVENTOR
with manufacturing concern; can bring
several Inventions and will develop new
ones on any lines desired; able to earn
good salary. Address BOX 126, Heralil.
■- i . . 8-11-1U j
WANTED— BY A GOOD *ScTbBR
and Industrious man, single, good refer
ences; can do garden, Janitor or porter
work; waters reasonable. Address BOX
363, Herald. "•■ .. 8-16-10
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency, 510 Vlgnes street. Main 5728;
Home A4BS4. Men for houeecleanlng, yard
work and seneral labor. /'* l-24-tf
LIGHT WORK BY YOUNG MAN FOH
room jinil board; country preferred. BOX
55, Herald. ■ ' 8-10-10
WANTED—SITUATION BY AN HONEST,
reliable man; a fair, all around wood work
er. Address fiOX 47, Herald. ■ 8-15-7
J SITUATIONS— I I. MA I.
SITUATIONS WANTED—
Young woman wants chamber work.
Young woman wants housework. *
Middle-aged man wants any kind of work.
Phone BETHLEHEM INSTITUTION, A4SSI.
Main 6726. ' 8-15-6'
HOUSEKEEPING — REFINED EASTERN
lady, to parties going abroad; Al refer
ences; only first class people answer.
843 W. SIXTY II! ST. R-18-5t
YOUNG LADY WITH A-l OIL UNI IX
perlence wants position as stenographer, bllU
er or price work. Can give reference. Phone
EAST 614. 8-1-tf
WANTED—YOUNG LADY EXPERIENCED
In kodak flnrshlng wishes situation. Ad
dress NELLIE! SELLERS. 1627 Temple st.
8-11-10t
WANTTD—BY A RESPECTABLE WOM
an, housework In city or country. SlU'i
W. Third at. 8-9-1:!
WANTED—DAY WORK BY COMPETENT
American woman. Phone HOME 31022.
- 8"-18-10
WANTED—POSITION Ai HOUSEKEEP
er for gentleman. 4303 LIMA ST. 8-14-10
WANTED—DAY'S WORK. PHONE 312»0. ~~
8-17-12t
SITUATIONS—MAJLIS A.NO FEMALB
WANTED—WORK IN FRIVATB HOU3*
$10 month, room and board, while attend'
Ing school; school hour* from I M I p. a.
r. O. BOX 147, City. . 1-17-U
'H':':'." J" ~..i MONEY . :'.';;--
MONEY WANTED— EDGE LOANS.
$1500—8 years at 7 per cent on modem 6
room bungalow worth $3300.
$1800—3 years at 7 per cent on splendid
Swiss chalet, home place, $6300.
$6500—8 years at 7 per cent, store building,
Al locality. $11,600.-
Other loans, ample security.
HARRY F. HOSSACK, 727 W. P. Story Bldg.
F8927; Main 4967. s , 8-17-3
WANTED—TO PURCHASE STOCK
WANTED— ''■ ■■' •
Btocb In the Ix>* Angeles Investment com
pany; any amount up to $40,000; will pay
within * per cent of the company's selling
price. O. F., care Glob* Savings Bank.
•» «-U-tt
TO MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED —CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 768 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones Main
. 1106: FBO4l. 12-17-tf
BUSINESS INVESTMENTS
LUMBER IS SURELY MORE PROFIT
a.bIe and sure than any other known com
modities. We own a large tract of hard
wood and need some additional capital to
develop. After operations commence can
safely promise 30 per cent on the Invest
ment. Small capitalization. No promo
. tion stock; river transportation; practical
business men at the head means success.
Are you ready to entertain such a prop
osition? If so, all details, samples of
woods, government reports, freight rates,
prices, etc.. will bo furnished upon ap
plication. Adress Box 347, HERALD OF
FICE. 8-18-4
DENTISTS
<r. Bacßmann, Siua-sutl Jlajeetlo Theater
Bids.. 846 8. Bdway. liuai; Main 8816.
■ 1-1-U
ASSAYING
JOHN HE^jJ^7^s»H^"M^lnri{o"t"»atir
faction, but accuracy guaranteed. tl-tl-tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JIUGUST 18, 1010.
FOR SALE FOR SALE
HOUSES HOUSES •
■ \'
CITY— SALE
U 1 Mj-iliiUHj' VV M
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U1 \ \UJ.iiiJWMJ' VV t^J
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New, Modern and Strictly.
Down to Date
I i § By I ; .I .
The Largest Co-operative Build
ing Company in the World .
Builder and Owner.
„
These Choice Homes Are Located Upon Our l
College Tract ami Aincx
And contain all of the most modern Interior finish and conveniences, as hard
wood floors, beams, plate rail, buffet, beautiful fireplace, bookcases, buffet
kitchen, screen porch, decorated and tinted walls, cement porch, gas. eleetr'.o
lights and sewer, lawns made, shade trees, etc.
Bach home buyer Is given the free use of and option upon the adjoining va
cant lot for two year* at present price.
A FEW PRICES .
i $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 8-Room Bungalow.
Others from $SOOO to $7000. » •
All upon our rent-paying term*. Monthly payments Including Interest, la
rarance and tazea,
:y,OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT
Upon the same term*.
Agents at Tract.
Grand avenue oar marked. West 4Jth street direct to the tract.
Our auto* In waiting at our Hill street office every day except Sunday.
Have properties In all section* of the city.
DEEBLE TRAC.T SPECIALS
Hooper aye. car on Spring st. to 86th st.
* $2850 —Modern «-room bungalow.
' <;> -''..",* ■•'" $2500 —Modern 6-room bungalow.
1100 cash, $25 a month. ,
■ Call and let us show you some of our choice borne*.
Los Aigeles Investment Co, .
Main 2248 . 333-337 S. HILL ST. 60127
HOCSE9 r
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. See
this one and you .1 surely buy it. It's good
land, well adapted to fruits, vegetables, poul
try, etc.; 4V4 miles 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 out
buildings. Three largo brooders and a large
Incubator; a good well, 2 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
ting; no Irrigation required here; a big Item
Itself; no extremes of heat or cold; .every
thing about this place Is practically new; all
Implements and crops included; also good
cow, fresh; $3600 takes it, $2000 cash, balance
6 years, 8 per cent.
WM. T. MANTZ,
•......-. Santa. Maria, Cal. , . S-12-tf
FOR SALE— SSt)OO; A VERY PRETTY
bungalow at 3039 FOSTER ST.. near
Hoover; lot 60x185 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: F3298. 7-81-tf
LET US PREPARE YOU A SET OF PLANS.
We can save you money. If you own a clear
lot we will build for you without cash.
E. S. WILLIAMSON CO.,
Designers and Builders,
' , 1.02 and 204 Grant Bldg. 8-17-3
f)OUXTRY PROPERTY
FOR' SALE —ONE ACRE OR MORE, $350
up, acres and half acres, with water.
Own a country home almost in the. city.
- Where else can you get land as well lo
cated for anything like the same money?
Buy this either for a home or as an
investment, and you cannot go wrong, for
good land close to a growing city, with
good market, will certainly Increase In
value more rapidly and be more salable
than land in some out of the way place
I without the many advantages which this
location offers. ■
Free ticket excursion every day. :^? ■
PATTON & LONGLEY.
;>■-.'. INGLEWOOD RANCHO,
A 2318. 330" S. Hill St. Main 6278.
; - .■• ..,',.• :W , S-IS-1
114 ACRES Al ALFALFA
PERRIS VALLEY
9 yean old; cuts 7 crops annually;' 1W
tons each cutting;' 3 wells; 150 Inches of
water; 40-horsepower engine; fine buildings;
worth $300. For quick sale, $200 per aero.
STACY REALTY CO.
. ~ 631 S. Spring St.
■ Main 2866-F2116
or STACY-WAGNER CO., Riverside
7-31-eod-tf
IRRIGABLE LAND—
I have an option on a few shares of Den
ton Colony land at original price, which I
can hold at $1 per acre per month; value, as
compared with adjoining land 300 per cent
above par. I want a partner with a few
dollars to to invest.
E. H. LOVEJOY, 227 S. Main St.
-\ , = 8-18-3
PIANOS . :Vs
pianos AT 12 to and $1 ran iiu.vrn.
Square pianos of standard markes In •»
-e«ll«nt condition. Will Mil on th« abovt
• mall payments. OEO. - Jfcur.lCKL CO.,
1(1-1(1 8. Spring st. t la.' 3'***
FOR BALE—AUTOPIANO; PERFECT CON
dltlon; will take $100 down, balance monthly
payments. Address. 337 S. OLIVE. Phone
A*4l 8-17-31
A,. Q. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON ST. II
ano* (old, rented, tuned; very low rates,
_______ -
* UVK~BTOOK.
FOR SALE—YOUNG, LLEWELLYN SET
ter dog», 4 months old. from field' brok
en stock. F. H. TAYLOR. 918 West Both
■ street «-»-«
SAN PEDRO
WITH
1 CHARLES MASON
$150
will' make a real estate Investment; $10 a
month will hold It for certain profit In
San Pedro
LOS ANGELES 1 $15,000,000 HARBOR
the only ruaranteed city In the world.
Phone F2334, Broadway 4762, or write 203
Security Bldg., Los Angeles, corner Fifth
and Spring streets, or 117 W. Sixth street,
San Pedro, Cal. • , \
CHA7 .ES MASCri '(Url
' f-16-tu-th-sat-sun-M
JfU&MXUUIa /
■ RFARATB LOCKED IRON ROOMS, $111
per month. Trunks, boxes, etc.. Its C* 100.
Phone for our large van when you ia«v*.
tlii i>«" hour.
COLTEAR WAREHOUSE CO..
m-iT-lt Sun Pedro at Main office 509-11
■• V«ln at. Phone Main 1117; FUJI.
' »-l-U
'•?■'■ . CITY LOTS AND LANDS
FOR SALE—ONE ACRE OR MORE. $350
up. acres and half, acres, with ' water.
Own a country home almost In the city.
Where else can you set land as well
, located for anything like the same money?
. Buy this either for a home or as an In
vestment, and you cannot go % wrong, for
' good land close to a growing city, with
good . market will certainly Increase In
volume more rapidly and be more salable
than land In some out of the way place
without the many advantages which this
location offers.
Free ticket excursion every day.
PATTON & LONGLEY,
INGLEWOOD RANCHO, \i . I.
A23IS. 330 S. Hill St. Main 6275.
8-18-1
FOR SALE—TWO LOTS 40x130, BETWEEN
- Main and Moneta, Pacific boulevard, $300
each.
One lot, Eighty-fourth St.. near Main,
$550.
One lot, 50x150. on Flgueroa, near Forty
third, $2200. A snap.
Beautifully located lot near Sunset boule
vard and Alvarado St.. $1200.
Lot 50x150 to paved alley, Alvarado Ter
race near Pico. $5500.
Pick out your lot and see
ERIKSON & CO.,
105 W. Sixth St.. , Ground Floor.
. *:; ■,, ■' i 8-17-3
c —
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
HOLLYWOOD WAY, BUNGALOW, 4 ROOMS,
gas, electricity, plumbing, very fine .Improved
lot, first-class well built-up district. If you
can pay $25 monthly and your references are
good you can buy this place for $1900; now
rented for $15. See FITCH, 224 Citizens Na
tional Bank bldg. . ■ 8-17-8
Northwest corner santa clara and
Virginia ayes., one block from Santa Monica
blvd. and Western aye. No better lot or lo
cation in Hollywood district. Price cut from
$1500 to $1000. cash or half cash. Certainly
cheapest corner lot in Hollywood. See FITCH,
■ 224 Citizens National Bank bldg. 8-17-3
HOLLYWOOD ;

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 7 HOLLYWOOD
home, new 9-room modern, hardwood finish,
beam ceilings, eras furnace,/ everything com
plete; large tot, 290 feet deep, garage, fruit
trees In bearing. Will sell furnished or un
furnished. Owner moving this week and
' place will be sold right. Act quick. Call
FBBl5 or 67112. , «-14-l«-18-St
i\■ ' ■
■ i
FOR SALE
ORANGE GROVES
40 Acres
5 AND 6 YEARS OLD
10 ACRES VALENCIAS
BALANCE NAVELS, JUST COMING INTO
BEARING; NO FINER SOIL IN CALFOR
NIA; BEAUTIFUL SURROUNDINGS; ALL
THE WATER YOU CAN USE. TOTAL
COST $40 PER YEAR, NO MORE. NO
LESS. AN ELEGANT HOME. FINE OUT-.
BUILDINGS. A NUMBER OF HEAD OF
HORSES. ALL IMPLEMENTS, CHICKENS.
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. PBICE $15.
-000; EASY TERMS. READ THIS OVBR,
THEN LOOK IT OVER WITH US. IT
WILL COST YOU NOTHING.
20 Acres
WASHINGTON NAVELS
ALL LARGE, FULL BEARING, FIRST
CLASS IrtEES, EXCEPT 5 ACRES. 6
YEARS OLD; BEST OF SOIL; DOUBLE
WATER RIGHT; LARGE AMOUNT OF
FINEST QUALITY ALL KINDS OF DE
CIDUOUS FRUITS; COMFORTABLE
HOME, BEAUTIFUL SURROUNDINGS.
YOU CAN'T BEAT IT FOR $32,000. TERMS.
i
20 Acres
MOSTLY NAVELS
in ACREB VERT LARGE TREES. TURN
ING 01 F IMMENSE CROP; 10 ACRES 10
YEARS OLD. ABOUT 150 TANGERINES, A
FEW DECIDUOUS FRUITS. SPLENDID
SOIL. YOU WILL HAVE TO TRAVEL
SOME TO BEAT THIS FOR $25,000.
20 Acres
HALF NAVELS
BALANCE VALENCIAS, 6 YEARS OLD;,
IN CITY LIMITS OF THE BEAUTIFUL
COLLEGE TOWN OF CLAREMONT. THIS
IS A HANDSOME'GROVE JUST COMING
INTO GOOD BEARING. EXCEPTIONAL
WATER RIGHT IS BEING OFFERED
AT $21,500. LESS THAN THREE YEARS
"WILL BRING $2000 PER ACRE.
Granges Bind ■
Lemons ■
20 ACRES—IO LEMONS
10 NAVELS: LEMONS LARGE, FULL
BEARING; FEW YOUNG TREES; FINEST
CONDITION; ABSOLUTELY NO BETTER
SOIL; NO BETTER WATER CONDITIONS;
BEAUTIFUL SURROUNDINGS; MUCH
BETTER THAN SOME GROVES BEING
SOLD FOR $2000 PER ACRE. THINK OF
IT—slooo PER ACRE.
WAYBRIGHT-BUTLER CO.
liU*. 628-29 SECURITY BLDG. 8-17-2t
Lemon or Orange Groves
FINE ORANGE GROVE
OVER 900 FULL-BEARING NAVEL AND
VALENCIA TREES. ALSO 60 BARTLETT
PEAR AND OVER ICO PEACH, PLUM AND
APPLE TREES, ALL BEARING. A FEW
LEMON, LOQUAT AND GUAVAS, BEAR
ING. GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE, 2 BARNS,
WINDMILL AND TANK, CHICKEN
HOUSES. WATER PIPED TO HOUSE AND
CORRALS, 12 SHARES WATER STOCK.
AN IDEAL HOME. INCOME BETWEEN
$2000 AND $3000 A YEAR NET. PRICE.
$15,000. TERMS $8000, BALANCE ON EASY
PAYMENTS, 1, 2. 3, 4 and 5 YEARS, IN
TEREST 7 PERCENT, NET. ONLY HALF
MILE FROM S. P. DEPOT AND 13 MILES
FROM LOS ANGELES. A REAL BAR
GAIN. ADDRESS
E. I. BRYANT
'■ 810 BYRNE BLDG. 8-17-3
REAL ESTATE—UNCLASSIFIED
P. L. PELTIER & BROS.,
agents for several large grants of ag
ricultural and timber lands In Sonora,
Sinaloa, Tepico and Oaxaca.
Owners and agents for fine mining
properties and prospects.
English and Spanish Interpreters and
translators of French. Italian and Portu
guese Into English and Spanish.
Offices at TERRACE AYE., Nngales,
Ariz. Pico Chambers, room 207. 8-18-3t
POULTRY, BIRDS, DOGS. SUPPLIES
FOR SALE — TWO THOROUGHBRED
Scotch collies; prize winners. M. O. PED
ERSON, 1524 Bellevue aye. Phone Tem
ple 1471. 8-18-tf
MISCELLANEOUS . .
FOR "SALE—NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
your grapes for Jelly and preserves.
FARRAIL BROS.,
1930 West Jefferson St.
West 6060, 73333. 8-14-Tt
IF YOU WANT TO GET GOOD BOYS' AND
youths' suits for $3.50. come to CHEAP
JOHN. 7)6 B. Fifth St. 7-20-lmo
FOR —FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANDERSON. 212 N. Main st . «-l»-tf
PHYSICIANS
■""•"■ DR. AND MRS. WELLS. •~~~
SPECIALISES 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-lmj
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.
682 W. SIXTH STREET. SUITE 107.
. • , 8-2-tf
OR, CROCKER
Specialist for Women.
Hamburger's Majestic Theater Building.
I Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4.
CONSULT FREE.
12-25-12 mo
IF YOU CARE TO BE WELL AND STRONG
read the Book of Truth 10c only; worth
everything to you. Call or write DR.
KURPIER«»B46 S. Grand aye. 8-12-17
DESPERATE SKIN DISEASES OUR FORTE.
Will visit hospitals and spell the attendant
a day or two. .INSTITUTE, 107 W. First st.
S-17-7t
WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Obstetrics, surgical and medical cases. Terms
reasonable. 1245 S. Flower. F4134. 3-13-tt
WOMEN—PRIVATE HOME PREVIOUS TO
confinement. 221 W. JEFFERSON ST.,
between Main and Grand. 7-33-H
DR. TAYLOR. 317 H 8. MAIN ST. DIS
OSes of women 3-»-tr
BATH ;;';''^-\
MEDICATED STEAM baths and scien
tlflo manipulation for rheumatism, paraly
sis, malaria, nervousness and constipa
tion; lady specialist. 930 S. BROADWAY.
, ' . 8-13-lmo
MISS ANITA HELDMAN-BATHS, SCALP
treatments and alcohol rubs. 814 SANTEE ST..
two blocks east of Main, near Eighth. 8-13-2Ot
ÜBH 8. SPRING. SUITE 8-CHIROPODY.
electricity, massage, vapor and shower baths.
6-5-tf
MASSAGE, BATHS, CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants. JEAN LUNN. 620 8. Bway. 2-17-tf
BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 218
BROADWAY. ROOM 220. 7-SO-tt
' SANITARIUMS
TUB WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
E". -liulvtly for woiuea and children. Best
" . .ulpp«d and homelike hospital In th» city
for confinement cases. Terms to suit. 1141
South Flower. F4134. «-IJ-U
\ V
SCHOOLS AMD COLLEGES ( BCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
I SUMMER SCHOOL
College of Fine Arts, U. S, C
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request.
W. L. JUDSON, Dean. *
P¥__f^ni^ci
Business College. Northeast rnrner Eigutb
and Hill streets. FU7OO; Main 511.
SEND FOR FULL INFORMATION.
___C _f»S^«s^ frC^^^^PT />/)
itb Floor, Hamburger Bldg.. Los Ansele*.
"* | nion-tues-thur3-»at-tf
FOR EXCHANGE
REAL BWTAT-I
FOR EXCHANGE-HOUSES IN CITY FOR
vacant lots or ranches. See TAYLOR
REALTY CO., First and Evergreen aye.
8-14-lCt

FOR EXCHANGE—WE CAN EXCHANGE
your property, no matter where located.
slack ft COMPANY. 418-20 arant_ Bidg.
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK
Gold company and other mining stock for
stock In California Wave Motor company
<HevnoH.«V. SOX 24!!. Horaltl. l-.'H-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOT OWNER:
If you own a clear lot we will build for
you on easy terms; no commission; plans
prepared free. _
E. S. WILLIAMSON CO.,
202-.84 Grant Bldg. 8-L-2
~~~~~' M.'M.V TO LOA_«
. JOOO to loan on real estate, city or coun
try ( to 7 per cent, amounts to suit.
MOY_R - GILBERT, 802 H. W. Hellmaa
Bldg. Home phone A1827J Main 6474.
10-3-tl
SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS.
S.o US before you borrow money.
• GREAT WESTERN INV. CO.. 612
Giosse Bids. F8848: Main 4328. __^
7- _.s "tr
11 IK? TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity SOUTHERN CREDIT CO.. 411 O. T.
Johnson Bldg. 3-14-tI
R W. POINDEXTER, *0» WII.COX BLDG.,
•!'' loan yo- what you need on real es
tate. stocks and boada. Building loans a
■ "dalty. »-9-*'
TO LOAN-SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE. 41» Uenne Bldg.
10-4-tf
LOANS-WE LOAN MONEY ON REAL S3
tat«; low Interest, easy payments.
A. B. RUDBLL. 211 Mercantile Place.
6-29-tf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, FU ll
nlturo, pianos and any kind of security;
low rates. JOHNSON.- 339 H. W. Hell
man Bldg. 813"
1500 TO 810,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. _ O'BRIEN - CO., Jefferson and Main.
6PECIAL NOTICES
YOUR EYES "
This Is your opportunity to have your eyes
examined by a well known specialist, To
those presenting this notico at 328 Security
Building, Dr. Jesberg extends the courtesy
of free examination and consultation. This
will not obligate you to buy glasses.
RELIABLE OPTICAL CO.,
328-829 Security 1 Building.
FIFTH AND SPRING, THIRD FLOOR.
7-28*tI
WE GET THE MONEY—AND SO DO YOU!
We collect notes, rents and claims anywhere
on percentage. Dally reports, weekly remit
tances. THE STANLEY MERCANTILE
AGENCY. Phones— Main 6667, AloSl. 8-17-7
SANTA MONICA IS.BOOMING
Fcr property In Santa Monica and. locality
see PALMER & HAMMOND. 613 Union
Trust Bide. -111-?
WANTED—LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
Clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAI 3597: F693«. 1-2S-12-O
CLOsTnQ OUT 2600 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint. $150 per gallon. SIIE-HAhM
100 B. Broadway. . *•" '
PATENTS — PATENT^TJOJRNtYa
Kun__j* Vat _arr jlqbncx. hazard*
STRAUSE. ESTABLISHED _ YEARS.
American and foreign patents secured an
trade marks registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 639 Citizens National Ban*
Building. Third and Main. Home A 1493;
Mali- 2624. PATENT BOOK FREH.
2-8-tf
J S. ZERBE, SOLICITOR. UNITED
States and loreign patents; 40 years' ex
perience. 622-3 Btimson Bldg.. Third and
Main. Phone A 6344. 7-33-lmo
BRING IN YC R MODEL OR SKETCH.
Consultation free of charge. SEMER G.
WELLS, patent attorney, 634 Germain bldg.
8-6-tf
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
tries. A. H. LIDDERS, patent lawyer and
solicitor. 612 Am. Hank Bldg., 2d and Spring.
11-«-tf
STORAGE
LA-llii- ---UVAIJ., i.UCi___>, IKON ROOMS
f.- r luriiliure, etc.; 61.60 and 12 per month.
Trunks, boxer, etc., 260 to 60o; open vans,
(6 per day, or 760 per hour. We pack' and
s" 'J household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. COLYEAR'S VAN AND STOR
AGE CO.. offices 609-U S. Main St. Wars
house 416-17 San Pedro St. Phones F2171;
; iln 1117. 1-26-tf
BUSINESS PERSONALS
A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD EDUCATION
offers his services during the coming
month only as English-Spanl-h Interpreter
and guide to party going to Mexico to
be present during the centenary of in
dependence feasts. He can also translate
French, Italian and Portuguese Into Eng
lish or Spanish. For further Informa
tion address F. L. P., care Herald office.
8-IS-3t
MRB. MASSON, THE -JOTED LONDON
palmist. —_ a BPRINO. over Owl drug
store. U-2s-tl
TYPEWRITERS
ALL MAKES I_ißUl-T TYPEWRITER-.
Prices lowest In the city.
Regular 83 rental machines reduced to ll—
month, or three month- for 11.
LOS ANGELES TiPEWRITKK EXCHANOB
Branch
AMERICAN - 'RITING MACHINE CO.,
AMU. US ". Broadway. Malu 3959.
l-3-tt
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—A SMALL WHITE DOO WITH
curled tail, answering to the name of
Teddy. Disappeared from Ablla. Good re
ward If you return. MRS. IBISTER.
819 Mi West Third. 8-18-1
It's a* easy *o secure a bargain In a used
automobile, through want advertising, as It
used to be—and still la—to securo a hone
and carriage. . ■ . -
German, English
Shorthand
l? experience- teacher. Term woaerat*
:!0 W. list tt. Phone South Ills.
__,_„________^_—^____—
BOVNTON NORMAL PREPARES FOR
teachers' examination; fall term opens Aus?.
29. 625 STIMSON BLK. Bdway 1919; AlB4O.
8-13-Ht
HA VIC YOU KEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
alogue describing bookkeeping and shorthan4
courses; Y. -. O. A. I-U--I
LO3 ANGELB- B'JStNEaS COLLEOI, 411
W. Fifth at. E. R. SHRAD-la, Ph. IX.
nr«ild«nt since Hie. ls-17-t.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
From Arcade Station. Fifth and Central a-e.
La.. | | I Arrt-» '
l:wl am Han Francisco via Coast Line, 1:41 ana
| 1:29 am
1:16 am San Luis Oblspe. Paso Robles. a:3» pa
1:30 pm Del Monte. Monterey, Santa 1:10 pa
• :J( pm Crus. Ban Jose and east 11:41 ma
S:OJ pm I
San Francises and Mojave
«:M pra Sacramento. Oakland, via 7:ob am
1:80 pm Bakarsneld and Fresno 1:16 aa
iijiiuiu Fresno 7:0» am
1:00 pm BalcersOsld 1:0* an
8:80 pm and Mojare 8:20 pa»
Chicago. Kan. City. _t. Louis
• :45 pm Golden State Limited 1:H pn
1:00 pm Ihe California-, via I tit vm
. \ Yuma. Benson. El Paso ______
1 Overland—New Orleans via '
11:01 pm Yuma. Benson, Maricopa, Tuo- I—a) ■_§
son. El Paso. Ban Antonio.
'W-- Houston ______
11:01 pm I'uma, Tucson, Benson I:Mm
1:00 pm —er-sburg, Dem—c 7:1»a_»
7-nri pm El Paso 1:80 pn
<:56 am , 8:30 6—i
1:00 am 11:6* an
1:16 am Santa Barbara) 1:30 p—
1:46 pm am* 7:36 pa
1:11 pm Ventura * 0:80 pn
7:30 pm (»Not Ventura) 11:4 a pn
1:16 am Oxnard, Santa Busaaa, * 1:30 an
1:31 pm Moorpark. • U:M an
-.tn tm Bonl_. t:N pa
Camarilla • 7:81 pn
I (*Oxnaxd only) 11:41 vm
Santa Paula via Saug_a>
1:45 am Camulos. Plru. Flllmore. 11:60 an
1:46 pm Batlcoy, Montalvo. Carpln- 7:11 »n
: I tarla. Hummerland |
1:15 ami KordkoS I:9* pn
1:35 pm I 7:81 pn
7:45 am • 1:30 an
• am fomona * 1:16 an
12:01 pm Colto_ 7:16 an
1:00 pm ItlTerslda Redlanda aat 1:85 an
-■■» pm Ban Bemair_l_o 11:11 an
•w pm ('Not Riverside. Redlanda 1:30 pn
1:11 pm • or San Bernardino) 1:21 pa
1 I . / 7:10 pn»
1:66 ami Covlaa, 11:36 an
«:45 pm ; 7:1» pa
7:46 am T~ Chino "~ 1:31 an
4:00 pm| - %•» pa
Santa Ana, Anaheim. Dow—eyl "
1:66 am and Morwa—: 1:8* aal
11:16 am f S:li pn
1:00 pm a* Buena Park, Weal a* 1:00 pa
1:10 pm Anaheim. West Orange e:M pal
\ ('Downey only) .
8:66 am| ' Newport Beach | 4:6* pa
t:6(i -m|a L—« Alamitos a T:6O pn
1:45 ami Brawiey, Imperial, I 1:80 an
7:O pm| El Centra, Calexloo 1:61 pn
1:05 ami San Pedro-Comptoa • 11:46 an
8.30 pm(» i'Vla Long Beach) 1:11 pn
9:05 ami* Long Ueach-Comptoa 11:46 an
8:80 pm| ('Via San Pedro) 1:86 pn
D:us am; Santa Caiallna Island | 6:35 pro"
4:46 am I 7:06 an
7:60 am _reman_» * 1:40 as)
1:45 pm »1:6« «.■,
1:00 pm PMotorX 7:M oat
1:30 pm \ 1:0* pa
l:lu am a Chat-worth Park. (Baa a 1:46 pn
not*). (Not*—To and troa
River station only.) _______
All trains dally except those marked a* fol«
lows: "a" Bunday* exceptedi 'V Sunday*
only. -
SANTA FE ~
Leave | Att},*~
Eastern— California Limited, ~~~~~
10:00 am dally, Chicago via Denver 1:00 pm
and Kansas City
- Overland Express—Dally I
8:00 pm Chicago via Denver and I:9* aM
. Kansas City __^
Eastern Express—Dally '
7:30 am Chicago via Denver and T:H aa
Kansas City
"~~~~~ Tourist —Dally I
9:00 am |cago via Denver and 1:85 am
Kansas City
Kite Shaped— Going Tia ~~~~"
8:30 am Pasadena. Return via 1:89 pn
Santa Ana canyon
7:35 am ~~ (10:00 am
8:30 am < Redlanda via Pasadena 1:00 pm
2:00 pm . 6:40 pm
4:30 pm 7:40 pro
7:30 am Redlands via Orange 10:35 am
10:55 am) * i 8:30 pm
I 1:00 pm
7:35 am| ' Riverside via Pasadena 5:40 pm
7:30 am ( 7:06 pm
10:65 am Riverside Tla Orange 10:35 am
6:05 pm • 6:30 pm
7:30 am 7:06 am
10:65 am Corona via Orange 10:35 am
5:05 pm ________________________ 1:30 pm
7:30 ami \ 7:05 am
10:55 am San Bernardino via Orange 10:38 am
6:05 pm I 6:30 pm
7:35 am 8:90 am
8:30 am 10:00 am
10:00 am Fan Bernardino Tla Pasa- 4:00 pm
2:00 pm dena 5:40 pm
4:30 pm _ • 1:00 pn
6:45 pm ' " „ J '
8:00 pm 7:40 tihi
8:65 am 1 !;' 1:65 *.m
2:15 pm Santa Ana s.:-j _• •
6:05 pm I 1:00 pra
11:55 pm m^ ; t:l5 nm
7:30 am ' , KTirai
8:55 am .:.:»::,
10:65 am yullerton, Anaheim, «:i5 am
2:15 pm Orange 10:35 am
6:05 pm J 1:00 pm
11:65 pm * 8:30 pm
7:35 am] San Jaclnto, Elslnore, He- 10:35 am
10:55 am met and Murletta c:3» pm
10:25 am Redondo 4:20 pm
2:15 i m Escondldo l:oo pm
8:55 am Fallbrook 1:15 pm
8:65 am Ban Diego and 1:65 am
2:15 pm Corcnado Beach 1:00 pra
11:65 pm Surf Line 1:15 pm
7:30 am Ramlsburg 7:05 am
8:00 pml Searchlight and Chloride I 7:06 am
8:00 pml Beatty, Rhyoltte. Qoldfleld 1:30 am
I and Tonopab j
~BALT LAKE ROUTE
AH trains dally except aa noted.
a Sunday only, w Week days only.
Leave | First Street Station ~ | Arrive '
10:00 am Los Angeles Limited 4:30 pm
1:00 pm Overland Express 6:00 an
Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul,
Omaha, Kansas City, Den-
I ver and Salt Lake.
f"5 am San Bernardino, ~~ Boo am
1- am Colton, 8:36 am
8:40 pm Riverside, 10:41 am
1:25 pm
(■24i:n Ontario and 5:15 pm
8:0 pm| Pomona 7:10 pm
6:45 am I 8:10 am
1:10 am a 1:03 am
8::o am Long Beach 10:00 am
10:59 am and 8:16 pm
1:80 pro • Baa Pedre 6:06 pm
■ i pm c:10 pm
•-0 pm w 1:60 pm
rv. ," ' a 7:60 pm
s 1:60 pm
1:60 am w 10:60 am
1:80 pm w Santa Catallna Island w 1:60 pm
__ ' ■•■-■«.• 1:60 '•"•
T:w pat] Searchilgh- Ooldnald "''l 3-00 am"
You can buy It, pernaps at many places, but
there's one BEST place to bur It—and thai
place advertise*. .■,>;,;
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