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A 3=Time M for the Price of 2, m t fascrtions for tie Price tf 5, Ask the Herald Counter Mam_
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WANTED
t
lIEI.i' -MALE
WANTED— AND BOYS: NO EXPENSE
to learn trnde o* electricity, automobiles.
Plumbing, bricklaying by actual contract
jobs; only few months required: 200 students
l.st yenr; catalogue free. UNITED TRADE
SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO., 647 Pacific
Elect rlo bldic. , »-l-1m»
BOYS WITH WHEELS TO DELIVER
rams; good wages, Apply at oooi 801
5. Spring st. WESTERN UNION TEL. CO.
___^ 8-21-7
11h.1.1-—II.MIIJ
WANTED A GOOD GIRL TO HELP TARE
litre of two children and do light house
work. Call 430 N. BEAUDRY. Phone Main
4086. 8-21-lf
WANTED— LADIES. BEAUTY CULTURE.
pays big; n>arn right, salary guaranteed.
"FLORENTINE." tho world', lari;cst. 237
M'l'untlln place, corner Broadway. 8-3-tf
' . AGENTS '
AGENTS— SEX. TO HUSTLE FOR
new article: nails Itself; big profits; writ*
now, BENEDICT SUPPLY CO., Box 327,
I.ong Beach, Cal. g-20-3t
PARTNERS
GRUBBTAKH TO LOCATE RICH PLACER.
Will give half interest In claim cheap. Leave
soon. BOX 318, Herald. •- -' s-i.it
SITUATIONS— MALE '
SITUATION WANTED—BY AUTOMOBILE
expert, 12 years' experience selling all makes
of motor cars and managing garages and
•hops. Address ■ JOSEPH BELL, 1220 8.
ullve nt. Home phone F23CO, sunset Broad
way Mi, 1-14-7
WANTED— POSITION AS INVENTOR
with manufacturing concern; can bring
several Invention, and will develop new
nuns on any line, desired; able to enrn
good .alary. Address BOX lit, Herald.
8-16-10
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. 8-16-10
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency, 610 Vlgnes street. Main 8728;
Home A4BS4. Men for housecleanlng, yard
work and general labor. I-24-tf
WANTED—PRACTICAL TINTER WILL
tint rooms and furnish materials required
for 11.75 a room. JOHN BTANO, 953 8.
Mott st. 8-19-4
CARPENTER WORK OF ANY KIND, DAY
or contract; Al references. MULLER, 213
ET Eighth st. Broadway 2819. 8-19-4
LIGHT WORK BY TOUNG MAN FOR
room and board; country preferred. BOX
61, Herald. " 8-10-10
WANTED—SITUATION BY AN HONEST,
reliable man; a fair, all around wood work
er. Address BOX 47. Herald. 8-15-7
YOUNG MAN WANTS EMPLOYMENT;
pood habits; best references. Phone Main
5305. Apartment 13. 8-19-4
CARPENTER WANTS WORK, BOX 7.
Herald. . 8-21-10
>V- SITUATIONS— IKMALB
LADY WANTS ANYTHING • EXCEPT
housework in large house; sewing, help
■ are for invalid, where at Last on* maul
Is kept; must have room to myself. BOX
6, Herald. 8 -1; I -1;
HOUSEKEEPING — REFINED EASTERN
lady, to parties going abroad; Al refer*
ences; only first class people answer.
343 W. BIXTT-THIRp ST. 8-IS-5t
DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE WORK AT
home; will make tailored suits, fashionable
dresses or plnln dresses or shirtwaists.
Phone 21726; 1245 W. 22D ST. 8-19-4
A CULTURED. REFINED LADY WISHES
to keep house to a club of gentlemen; Al
references; only first class gentlemen ans
wer. 343 W. 63D ST. . 8-19-4
WANTED— POSITION BY MIDDLE AGED
lady as ranch cook; competent, reliable
cook. A. li . 11l S. Broadway. Main
1179; A1179. 8-19-4
TRAINED NURSING. MASSAGE, CASES
of all kinds; guarantee service, or no pay;
doctors' references; some housework; 110
up. FISO7. 8-19-4
WANTED—DAY WORK. CLEANING OR
laundry, by strong German-American wo
man, with references. Main 5041). 904 W.
FIRST ST. 8-19-4
YOUNG LADY WITH A-l OIL LINE EX
perlence wants position as stenographer, blll
er or price work. Can give reference. Phone
EAST El4. . 8-»-tf
WANTED— LADY EXPERIENCED
In kodak finishing wishes situation. Ad
dress NELLIE SELLERS, 10:7 Temple St.
8-11-10t
LADY WITH YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN
real estate, wants position as partner,
office work or salesman. PHONE 51757.
8-19-4
WANTED—BY DRESSMAKER OF MANY
years' experience, sewing by day or at
home, F2762. 1017 B. FLOWER. 8-19-4
SEWING OF ANY KIND BY LADY COM
petent to remodel dresses, line coats, etc.
Phone MAIN 6440 after 6 p. m. 8-19-4
COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES POSITION
In Christian Science home. Phone 24569.
316 W. 20TH ST. 8-19-4
WANTED—DAY WORK BY COMPETENT
American woman. Phono HOME 31022.
8-IS-10
- '
„ ' __^_ Kf Hen Berry .wants to raise .
M—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the percentage of his aggrega- »
tion o' Angels he hez his chance
«.-■<■ _ *>' now, an' the discovery wus made
'«■ ■ ./W^^-^S.^. ky pure accident, or rather on
' ' fd%£:i~,.Mr i^fflP account o' the cruel neglect o'
„^jfl3r*TQf someone as owned a monkey,
[I KjijS/sBk*Y\y9v{ which is now the property of
\V™sii*^l&&'K/^ Mr. Thomas °' the 1.. A- Redon-
v lNNt^(kw*e]fs^^s?ssßk cl" **■ "■ Tne other day someone
/wpireifHjffleffl^S^-^ chocked a box at the ticket office,
sgKvsw|KsjjWHßji presuming to call for it in a
S*£?3i§raK^T|) short time. In tno box wus the
tST^l^xilv yJ// cutest monkey you ever did see,
v*' ' Sfeg- •& an' as days went by the boys at
the station got attached to the
. „ ■ little feller, an' every time he got
J^^^^^^^^^^^^^_______jjjj a chance he got hisself attached
. „ to them. In course he had to bo'
fed, an' Mr. Means took It on
himself to do the feedln', buyin* apples, grapes, peanuts, etc.,
all of which the monkey stored within his internal economy.
Saturday • there wus a rush o' business an' Means wus start
• Ing for the back room with a bag o' peanuts in his hands, when''
there wus a call for him, an' as .he didn't want the monkey to
' ■ ■ go hungry he tossed the bag over the partition, expectin' it to
light in the monkey's neighborhood, an' wus somewhat surprised {-"', ?
at not hearin' the bag hit the floor. Means went on about his
duties an' when he had a breathin' spell went into the back
room to see what hed become o' the peanuts, an' almost dropped
dead when ho saw the little feller with the bag under one arm, , „•■.
onjoyin' hisself to the full. All Means could say was, "Well,
Monk, you'd better join the Angels, for you're a peach at trappln 1
high flies." Nothin' strange about it that I can see. The mon
key wus naturally quick an' grasped the situation, the bag o'
peanuts an' a square meal at the same time. Most people could
do real well If they wus to use ez much judgment ez a monkey.
There's all kinds o' opportunities a-hangin' around, but it's up
■to us to pick' em up.
1 • Advertise in-The Herald for positive results.
/
WANTED
SITUATIONS—
WAKTBD-POflrriON AB HOUMJ KKP;
er for gentleman. 4303 LIMA ST. 8 i« _■
WANTED PLAIN SKW.N'). mending
or Ironing. MAIN 3940. . 8 1 J -
WANTKD-DAVB WORK. PHONE »"ft 7 . l , t
SITUATIONS— MAJUK a>l> tismau
WANTBD-WORK in "-bivatb housb.
|IO month, room and board, while «"•»_
ing school; school hour, from » to 11 p. «_
p. O. BOX 147. City. ■ »•»'•*»
VrUJNO MAN AND WIFE WANT WORK
«I „riv«i« „i...-. out of the city pr.«r
-r,.,l ran oa« tor and ,Irlvn team. II"""
BJBTIU.BHBM INSTITUTION, A«"i
Main 6726: 610 N. Vlxnes st. 8-19 10
MONEY
WANTED TO BORROW »8000, MOM D AN
11000: tirlnclpals only. EDWARD^
CRIBB CO., l-- Itrn.iflwny. «-_!_■■
TO rUnCIIAaE—MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
bed. 768 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones Main
1106; '''""ii . "'"'"
WANTED— rUKCHA.SE ETOCp
WANTED—
•tocl: in the Los Angele. InTe.tmenl com
pany; any amount up to $40,000; will paj
within 6 per cent of the company", .oiling
price. a. F.. care Globe Saving. Bank.
a-n-ti
. MONEY TO I.OAN
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
first mortgage. Low rates, no commis
sion. -Amounts *690 to 120,000. Prompt
action.
THE JOHN M. C. MARBLE
COMPANY (Inc.) ~
H. W. Hellman Bldg.
I 8-Sl-22-2«-3t
MONK* TO LOAN
..j.OOO to loan on real estate, city or coun
try, I to 1 per cent, amounts to suit.
MOYIiR A GILBERT, SOJ H. W. Hellmaa
Bldg. Home pboa* A6827; Main (474.
• ' • • 10-2-tt
SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS.
Ben- US before you borrow money.
GREAT WESTERN INV. CO.. 611
Grosse Bldg. F8S18: Main 4928.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, FURNl
ture pianos and any kind of security; low
rates. JOHNSON, 339 H. W. Hellman bldg.
W JET TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T.
Joliimon Bldg. S-14-tf
K W. POINDEXTER. 40» WII.CUX. 13LD0..
•II loan yo" what you need on real es
tate, stock, and bond*. Building loans a
■ -eclalty. t-»-tl
TO LOAN-SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape: without security; confidential. WEST
COABT EXCHANGE, 419 Hcnne Bids.
10-4-tf
LOANS—WE LOAN MONET ON-REAL Ka
tate; low Interest, easy payments.
A. E. RUDELU 211 Mercantile Plaoa.
i-14-tf
1600 TO 110.000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. L. O'BRIEN * CO.. Jefferson and Main.
• i-s-tt
SPECIAL NOTICES
YOUR EYES
This is your opportunity to have your eyes
examined by a well known specialist. To
those presenting this notice at 328 Security
•Building, Dr. Jenberg extends the courtesy
of free examination and consultation. This
will not obligate you to buy glasses.
RELIABLE OPTICAL CO..
328-329 Security Building.
FIFTH AND SPRING. THIRD FLOOR.
7-28-tf
WE GET THE MONEY—AND SO DO YOU!
Wo collect notes, rents and claims anywhere
on percentage. Dally reports, weekly remit- ,
tances. THE STANLEY MERCANTILE
AGENCY. Phones—Main 6567. A1561. 8-17-7
SANTA MONICA IS BOOMING
Fcr property In Santa Monica and locality
see PALMER & HAMMOND. 513 Union
Trust Bldg. g-16-lmo
PAINTING. PAPERING. TINTING DONE
at reasonable prices, ' satisfactory work.
Try and convince yourself. GREEN
BLATT. A8423. 8-21-3
WANTED— LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAIN 3697; F6»ie. ■ «-i5-Hmo
CLOSING OUT 2600 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint. $1.50 per gallon. SHEKSHAN'S.
too 8. Broadway. '•"•"
STORAGE
LAKUU fMVJLTH, LUCK—ID, IKON KUOAI3
for (urnlture, etc; (1.611 and li per month.
Trunks, boxer, etc., 260 to 60c; open vans,
(6 per day, or 760 per hour. We pack and
s" :p household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. COLYEAR'S VAN AND STOR
AGE CO., office. 608-U 3. Main St. Wars
house 415-17 San Pedro lit. Phones F2171;
V iln 1117. l-«6-tt
ASSAYING
JOHN HERMAN. 2.VJV4 S. Main. Not satis
faction, but accuracy guaranteed. 12-2.'
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, lino.
FOR SALE
lIOUBKS
I ~ I
CITY—FOR SALE
New, Modern and Strictly
Down to Date
* ————— * .
By
The Largest Co-operative Build"
■ ing Company in the World
Builder and Owner.
These Choice Homes Are Located Upon Our
College Tract and Annex
And contain all of the most modern Interior finish and convenience., as hard
wood floor", beam., plate rail, buffet, beautiful fireplace, bookcase,, buffet
kitchen, screen porch, decorated and tinted walls, cement porch, gas. electee
lights and sewer, lawns made, shade trees, etc. (i«_i-i«« m
Each home buyer Is given the free us* of and option upon the adjoining ▼»
' cant lot for two year, at present price-
A FEW PRICES
—Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3100 — 5-Room Bungalow.
$3850 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3400Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
—Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
$4100Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
—Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
Modern 8-Room Bungalow.
All "upon "our rent-paying terma Monthly payments ■ incrodjn* interest. la
surance and taxea.
OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT
Upon th« same terms.
Grand avenue ear marked West 48th street direct to the tract.
Our autos in waiting at our Hill street office .very day except Eunisj.
Ear* properties In all sections of the city.
DEEBLE TRACT SPECIALS
Hooper ave. oar on Spring st. to B«th St.
—Moderti S-roora bungalow.
—Modern 6-room bungalow.
1100 cash, $2S a month.
Call and let us show you some of oar'choice homes. v
losing eles Investment -Co.
Main 2248 333-337 S. HILL ST. 60127
«-— "
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. See
this one and you .1 surely buy It. It's good
land, well adapted to fruits, vegetables, poul
try, etc.; Oik miles from Santa Maria, a good
lively town; good roads, schools and neigh
bors; a nice, neat house, telephone, good
barn, granary, jl4 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, 6000-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 Hem
Itself; no extremes of heat or cold; every
thing about this place is practically new; all
Implements and crops included; als« good
cow, fresh; $3000 takes It, $2000 cash, balance
i years, 8 per cent.
WM. T. MANTZ,
Sam Maria, Cal. 8-12-tf
FOR SALE—$B5OO—
$2100 CASH .
Rented by the Year at (900, Paid Annually
In Advance.
MODERN 8-ROOM home
Lot 50x142 to an alley. Large garage.
This place is furnished. Including piano.
Located in the Southwest
No trades nor agents considered.
This is for the investor— no commission to
pay.
Address BOX 138 Herald office.
■ ' 8-20-7
FOR BALE—SIBOO EQUITY IN $3000 6-ROOM
modern cottage, for $ cash.
8-room modern house on 36th, near Main,
$3800. good house, fine location. .
C-room modern cottage on 61st, near Moneta.
6-room modern bungalow on 25th near Ver
mont, $6000.
For particulars please see
ERIKSON & CO.
106 W. Sixth St., Ground Floor. F2374.
8-20-3
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-SIX-ROOM
house; 65-f<ot front lot; in choice residence
district, southwest; convenient to university,
Agricultural park and new manual arts hlgli
school; good for Income property or home;
will take part cash or clear lot; terms can
be arranged for the balance. Phone 21591.
8-20-3t
FOR SALE— S3OOO; A VERY PRETTY
bungalow at 3039 FOSTER ST.. near
Hoover; lot 60x135 to 15-foot alley; all
Improvements In. This can be bought on
the easiest terms. HENRY A. GREENE.
406 Citizens Bank Bids. Phones Main
185; F3398. 7-»l-tt
WRITE TO OR CALL AT 1253 BLANCHE
avenue, Tropico, If you want to buy a new
modern house cheap. Also acreage. Sell
mv own property and save buyer money.
I S-l!)-21-;2 3t
FOR HOUSTO, 231 E. 25TH ST., 7
'looms, lot 60x160; a bargain by owner. Call
Monday and Tuesday, from 9:30 a. m. to
11 a. m. g-20-3t
CITY LOTS AMI J.ANDS
FOR SALE—ONE ACRE 01. MORE.
$350 up, acre* and half acres, with water.
Own a country home almost In the city.
Where else can you get land as well located
for anything like the same money?
Buy this either for a home or an an In
vestment, and you cannot go wrong, for good
land close to a growing city, with good mar
' k t, will certainly Increase in value more
rapidly and be more salable than land In
some nut of the way place without the many
advantages which this location offers.
Free ticket excursion every day.
PATH in' & LONOLEY,
INGLEWOOD RANCHO,
A2318. ; 230 S. Hill at. Main MT».
' V2O-I
FOR SALE
HOUSES
COUNTRY PROPERTY
160 Acres
Very Choice Al
falfa Land in
Tulare Go*
NEAR WOODVILLE. WEST OF PORTER
VILLE. PRICE $55 PER ACRE. YOU CAN
PAY $5 PER ACRE CASH AND THE
BALANCE CAN RUN AT 6 PER CENT.
THIS LAND OUGHT TO BE WORTH,
WITH PROPER CARE. S. TIMES THE
COST BEFORE THE DEBT COMES DUE,
AND 'AT THE SAME TIME THE CROPS
WILL FURNISH THE MONEY TO
. PAY THE DEBT. NO TIME FOR
CURIOSITY SEEKERS, BUT IF YOU
HAVE THE MONEY TO MAKE THE
FIRST PAYMENT AND TO PUT THE
• LAND IN CROP WE WANT YOU TO
CALL. WE CAN CITE YOU TO MANY
PEOPLE WE HAVE MADE WEALTHY
BY SELLING THEM LAND ON THE
ABOVE EASY TERMS.
» Gco. J. * StioeiiMir
376 Wilcox-Bldg.
A2334. \ . 8j»-l
114 ACRES Al ALFALFA
PERRIS VALLEY
I years old; cuts 7 crops annually; m
tons each cutting; 3 wells; 150 inches of
water; 40-horsepower engine; fine buildings;
worth $300. For quick Bale, $200 per acre.
STACY REALTY CO.
631 S. Spring St.
Main 2Sii6 -F2115
or STACY-WAGNER CO.. Riverside
7-31-eod-tf
12 Acres Adjoining Anaheim
PIRCE IMOOj $600 CASH, BALANCE CAN
RUN AT 5 PER CENT.
THIS IS FIND ORANGE LAND. OR
WILL MAKE A NICE CHICKEN RANCH,
AND THE PRICE WILL DOUBLE BE
FORE THE DEBT COMES DUE.
GEO. J. SHOENHAIR
376 Wilcox Bldg.
A2534. 8-21-2
IMPERIAL VALLEY LAND—» ACRES, BEST
of soil, leveled: price $25, without water
stock; five miles from Calexlco. Address
BOX 265, El Cuntro, Cal. 8-20-3t
llUMltlJk
> I ■
■JDPARATB LOCKED IRON ROOMS, 11.01
per month. Trunk*, boxes, etc, 1(0 to too.
Pbone for our large van wn«a you mere.
(I.lt »er hour.
COLTBAR WAREHOUSE CO»
«lt-lf-l* Man Pedro St. Main orrio* »0»-ll
■>. M«ln at. Pben* Main ill], riHL
§-l-U
FOR SALE —HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
at private sale at 2916 LA BALLE AVE.
Come Monday or Tuesday. R. Theophllus.
8-21-3
/?-: ' . PIANOS
PIANOS AT 92.00 AND •> PBH MONTH.
Square pianos of standard mark** In ex
e*U*nt condition. Will sell on the abovt
•mall payments. OEO. J. BIRKEL CO.,
I4«-I47 8. Spring st 10-M-tl
A. a. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON ST. Pi
ano* sold, rented, tuned; very low rates.
• 8-12-tf
IJVE STOCK
FOR SALE—YOUNG LLEWELLYN SET-
Mter dnc*, 4 month* old, from field brok
en stock. F. H. TAYLOR. 918 Welt 60th
street. ,*, »-»•«
FOR SALE
SUBURBAN* PROPERTY
160 Acres
Very Choice Ah
. falfa Land in Tu=
la re County
NEAR WOODVII.I.E. WEST OF PORTER i
V11,1.K. PRICE 156 I'Elt ACHE. YOU CAN I
PAY $5 PER ACRE CASH AND THE HAH
ANCB CAN RUN AT 6 PER' CENT. THIS
LAND OUGHT TO BE WORTH WITH
PROPER CARE THREE TIMES THE CO&1
BEFORE THE DEBT COMES DUE. AND
AT THE SAME TIME THE CROPS WILL
FURNISH THE MONEY TO PAY THE
DEBT. NO TIME FOR ' rRIOSITYtSEEK
ERB, Bl T IF YOU HAVE THE MONEY
TO MAKE THE FIRST PAYMENT AND TO
PUT THE LAND IN CROP WE WANT YOU
TO CALL. WE CAN CITE YOU TO MANY
PEOPLE WHO WE HAVE MADE
WEALTHY BY BELLING THEM LAND ON
THE ABOVE EASY TERMS
GEO. J. SHOENHAIR
376 Wilcox Bldg.
Phono A2334, 8-21-2
"$2.25 PER ACRE"
AgTCUltural land In Riverside county com
ing under the big Colorado river Irrißa
tion project you read so much about. This
Is the best cheap land In California. Will
grow oranges for the Christmas trade; al
falfa, SUKar beets, grain, cotton, dates, ol
ives, fruits and vegetables of all sorts;
level mesa land, deep soil, io alkali or
hardpan. Good railroad faculties. Total
com for ''deed," 12.25 pe/ acre, worth $2.
per sifcre now and will sell for $50 per acre
inside of a year. Fortunes will be made
from this land either by cultivating it or
holding It. No residence or work required.
Buy It now—half cash, balance at your
convenience.. Title perfect.
CALIFORNIA LAND CO.
641-2 San Fernando i>Mk.
8-21-2
FOR SALE—ONE ACRE OR MORE.
$360 up, acres and half acres, with water.
Own a country home almost in the city.
Where alia can you get 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 mar
ket, will certainly Increase In value 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,
A2318. 330 S. Hill St. Main 6278.
8-20-3
SAN PEDRO
BUY REAL ESTATE NOW AT POINT FlR
mln (the beautiful new residence district
of San Pedro). The Lake Tahoe of South
ern California, overlooking the $3,000,000
breakwater being built by the U. S. gov
ernment, and who havo Just purchased a
new presidio and will spend $3,500,000 for
Improving the same. Corporations spend
ing $2,000,000 building dockage. Los An
geles voted $3,000,000 bonds and expect
to vote $10,000,000 to build wharf and
dockage, making $18,000,000 to be spent.
Buy lots and blocks now for investment
or speculation while you can. For sale.
easy terms. GEO. H. PECK & CO.. 202
and 203 Lankershlm Bldg., Los Angeles;
Sixth, street, Bank of San Pedro Block.
San Pedro. 7-28-m-w-f-tf
POULTRY, BIRDS, DOGS. SUPPLIES
FOR SALE—CHOICE LAYING HENS, PUL
lets, cock and cockerels. Barred Rocks, White
Leghorns and Rhode Island Reds. Prices
right. 929 W. 35TH S l"*. Phone 21531. 8-20-3
FOR SALE — TWO THOROUGHBRED
Scotch collies; prize winners. M. O. PED
■ ERSON 1524 Bellevue ave. Phone Tem
_ pie 1471. 8-18-tf
MISCELLANEOUS
M3332 F6444
Second Hand
Lumber
For Sale at 'Second and Broad
way—Sash and Doors, all sizes,
good as new; 100,000 feet of 2x4
-6-8-10, all lengths. Special Bar
gains in Bath Tubs, Wash Bas
ins, Water Closets, etc. Get our
prices.
Frank L. Peck &
Company
Office 211-12 Stimson Bldg.
Yards 1562-68 Industrial Street
■ • ■ I-S2-1
FOR SALE —SCHOLARSHIPS FOR THE
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE
SCHOOL (ANY SPECIAL LINE OF
STUDY YOU WISH TO TAKE UP), AND
THE DE CHAUVENT CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC. CALL ROOM 4. 11914 SOUTH
SPRING ST. OR PHONE MAIN 8692.
8-19-tf
FOR SALE-TICKET TO KANSAS CITY,
first class. Address BOX 301 Herald. 8-19-tf
FOR SALE—FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANDERSON. 212 N. Main St. '-!*-»
FOR EXCHANGE
REAL KSTATK
FOR EXCHANGE— HOUSES IN CITY FOR
vacant lots or ranches. See TAYLOR
REALTY CO., First and Evergreen ave.
8-14-10t
FOR EXCHANGE —WE CAN EXCHANGE
your property, no matter where located.
SLACK & COMPANY. 413-20 Grant Bldg.
7-21-3 t
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CHEEK
Gold company and other mining stock for
stock in California Wave Motor company
(ReynoHwV BOX 24?. Herald. 6--'»-tf
PATENTB — PATENT AJJ^t^ la
pioNKiIiPSAT£S'ir^AOKNCI'. • hazard *
6THAUSE. ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS.
American and foreign patents secured ana
trade marks registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 633 CltUons National Ban*
Building, Third and Main. Home AI4»J;
Mali' 2521 PATENT BOOK FREE.
t 2-3-tt
Y. B. ZERBE. SOLICITOR, UNITED
States and lorelgn patents; 40 years ex
perience. 622-8 Stimson Bldg., Third and
Main. Phone A5344. 7-B-lmo
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS. ALL COUN.
tries. A. H. LIDDERS, patent lawyer and
solicitor, 612 Am. Bank Bldg.; 3A and Spring.
SEMER G. WELLS. PATENT ATTORNEY.
532 Germain Bldg. Patentability. Opinion
tree. ' 8-"-'*
SANITARIUMS ,
THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
I'- -luslvely tar women aad children. Best
e iulpp«d and homelike hospital In th« city
for confinement cases. Tarms to suit. U4I
Couth Flower. F4H4. 1-H-U
DENTISTS
■if UuclniiMNii, 2U.*-~UO .Wujt-Hllc Tneaief
Bids;., mi B. lidnnj. FStitflj Mala 3XI«.
M-tl
SCHOOLS AMD COLLEGES |
SUMMER SCHOOL
Colleoe of Fdvb Arts. XJ. S, C.
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request.
W. L. JUDSON, Dean.
,„.— „—, 11,1111-iin iiisiiisih
111 ~_ST I n^_T*^l
lJu»inr»« College. Nortlirast rorner Klghtb
and Hill Htreetn. FU7OO; .Main 511.
SEMJ FOR I ILL INFORMATION.
lib Hour, Hamburger Bids;.. Los _ngelea,
mon-tues-thurs-sat-U
FOR BALE- SCHOLARSHIPS FOR V"' 110
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE
SCHOOL (ANY SPECIAL LINK OF
STUDY YOU WISH TO TAKE UP), AND
THE DE CHAUVENT CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC. CALL ROOM 4. 113 V= SOUTH
SPRING ST. OR PHONE MAIN 8892.
FOR RENT
ROOMS— FirRNISHED
Hotel Seville
• '.U-734 3. FLOWER ST.
One of the flne.it family hotels In _• eliy.
Newly furnished throughout; (team heat;
not and cold water; electric lights; European
plan. Only a snort walk from Broadway.
Pbon-.: Main It: F6tM. *■!•**
Apartments—furnished AND
IMlllMMlilt
" The St Regis
Housekeping apartments, 287 S. Flower st.
Ma'ln 2290; A7338. Near business center; at
tractive building, cool porches, room phones,
clean, nicely furnished apartments. $12.50
to $25. Single rooms $2.50, $1 weekly; *8.50
to $!."> monthly. 8-5-tf
Majestic Apartments
Corner First and Hope streets. Modern
conveniences; summer rates now on. All
outside rooms. 8-11-lmo
HOUSES—UNFURNISHED
FOR RENT-FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, $72
month. 125 E. 35TH ST. B_l-_3
FLATS—UNFURNISHED
FOUR-ROOM FLATS. UPPER AND LOW
or, bath and storeroom, gas, electricity;
modern; corner Allso and Pleasant ave.;
' $12: water paid. PHONE 41474. 8-21-3
PHYSICIANS
DOCTORS SHORES—SHORES ARE RELIA
bIe expert medical specialists In the cure of
deafness, catarrh and all manner of chronic
nervous diseases of men, women and children,
in all the words imply, with 17 years of con
tinuous success as specialists, with a record
of over 100,000 treated. Their new offices in
the HENNH BLDG.. Third and Spring sts.,
have every modern equipment. Take elevator
or ea^y stairs to ROOMS 222 to 225, and con
suit DOCTORS SHORES FREE. Terms for
treatment low and uniform. $3 A MONTH for
all catarrhal, chronic diseases; all medicine*
free. Office hours, 9 to 5; evenings, 7 to 8;
Sundays, 10 to 12. Examination free. 8-19-tf
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.
632 W. SIXTH STREET. SUITE 107.
8-3-tf
DR. AND MRS. WELLS.
SPECIALISTS IN DISEASES OF WOMEN
Dr. Wells' Improved antiseptic methods
POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
In all diseases and irregularities of wo
men Consultation free and confidential.
702 S. SPRING ST., room 206. 8-20-lmo
DR. CROCKER
Specialist for Women.
Hamburger's Majestic Theater Building.
Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4.
CONSULT FREE.
12-25-12mo
IF YOU CARE TO BE WELL AND STRONG
read the Book of Truth 10c only; worth
everything to you. Call or write DR.
KURPIEH. 546 S. Grand ave. 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-"t
I WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Obstetrics, surgical and medical cases. Terms
reasonable. 1245 S. Flower. F4IS4. 3-13-tf
WOMEN—PRIVATE HOME PREVIOUS TO
confinement. 221 W. JEFFERSON ST..
between Main and Grand. 7-28-tt
DR. TAYLOR. 317 Vi S. MAIN ST. DIS- '
•ases of women. 3'»-tt
Dr. C. C. Logan, Oculist. 002 Grant Blrlp.
R-lil-tf
BATHS
MEDICATED STEAM BATHS and SClEN
ttflc manipulation for rheumatism, paraly
sis, malaria, nervousness and constipa
tion; lady specialist. 930 S. BROADWAY.
8-12-lmo
MISS ANITA HELDMAN-BATHS, SCALP
treatments anil alcohol rubs. Sl4 SANTEE ST.,
two blocks east of Main, near Eighth. S-13-20t
jljVb S. SPRING, SUITE 8-CHIROPODY,
electricity, massage, vapor and shower baths.
. 6-5-tf
MASSAGE. BATHS, CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants. JEAN LUNN. 620 S. Bway. 2-17-tt
BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 218
BKOVDWAY. ROOM 22') 7-30-tf
BUSINESS HEuSONALB
MRS ma'ssonT the .voted LONDON
p\lrnlst, «3 B. SPRING, over Owl drug
store. 11-8»-t<
CHURCH NOTICES
pTsNIE~r!r!IA_L, 227 S. MAIN. NOON PRAY
er meeting dally; gospel meeting every
night. 3-1-emn
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SALT LAKE ROUTE
All trains dally except as noted.
s Sunday only, w Week days only.
Leave I First Street Station | Arrive
10:00 am Los Angeles Limited 4:30 pm
1:00 pm Overland .Express 1:00 am
Chicago, Si. Louis, St. Paul,
Omaha, Kansas City, Den-
j ver and Salt Lake.
r "5 am Ban Bernardino, 8:00 am
]. am Colton, 8:35 am
1:40 pm Riverside, 10:41 am
1:25 pro
1:24 ; mi Ontario and ti, 15 pin
8: r0 pm Pomona 7:10 pro
6:45 am ~ I 8:10 am
8:10 am s 9:03 am
8::o i_m Long Reach 10:60 am
10:0 am ' and 8:15 pm
1:110 pm s Ea:. Pedro 6:05 pm
. , pm 6:10 pm
I■ ■) pm - 6:60 pm
a 7:50 pm
' ■ *-'' s 1:50 pro
6:50 am w 10:50 am
1:30 pm w Santa Catallna Island w 6:50 pro
■ 9:50 pm
TiwTinJ Btarcbllgh!, OoiaflcM | «:00 am
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
German, English
Shorthand
by experienced teacher. Terms k_o<l»ra«*
110 W. list it. Phon* South ****• _____
SPECIAL—FRENCH, SPANISH, ELOCO
tion, tory, acting, penman classes,
Weekly; Mo per month. 1028 Wall st. Phone
FCM3. _____
BOYNTON NORMAL, PREPARES FOR
teachers' examination; fall term opens Aug.
20. 525 STIMSON BLK. Bdway 191»; AlStu.
8-13-Ht
HAVE YOU BEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
slfiiruo describing bookkeeping; and shorth»n«
courses T Y. M. O. A. 6-U-tJ
LOB JINCIKLBS BUSINESS COr-LKOS. 411
W. Fifth st. K. R. SHRAD-R. Ph D
president slues IIIH ****„?
BROWNSBERGEH COMMERCIAL. COL
lege, 953-7 W. 7TH. StnJ for ilogtie.
TYPEWRITERS
_12r_A^KT__But_T^Y¥K^?HTf_aa;
Prices lowest in the city.
Regular (3 rental machines reduced to $2.6*
month, or threo months for $».
LOS ANGELES TYPEWKIT_K EXCHANQ-
Branch
AMERICAN -.-RITINO MACHINE CO..
A6913. IM .'. Broadway. Main 395».
6-3'ts
L~ C. SMITH VISIBLE! TYPEWRITER*
NEW, ball bearing, lii-color ribbon, tab
ulator, back spacer; bis sacrifice for quick
snle. ROOM 9, 244Va B. Broadway. 8-21-3
A : BPLENDID i.TYPEWRITER—WHITES AS
Rood as ever; factory price }40. Come nml
take It for ten dollars. Apply ROOM 11,
L' 11'.: B. Broadway. 8-21-2
CESSPOOL*
rTr_RIAL' C-SSSPOO— PUMPING CO.—Wa
"i.ka out -rg»t load. West 6396; 22040.
i 2-10-tf
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
From Arcade station, Fifth and Central in.
Leav | I ArrlTe
s'lb am dan Francisco via Coast Line, 8:46 am
8:30 am
t:IS am San Luis Obis po. Paso Robles. 2:30 pm
1:90 pm Del Monte, Monterey, Santa 1:30 pen
(:1B pm Crux, Ban Jos* and ——t 11:4s to
8:00 pm i ______
' ~ Ban Francisco and Mojar*
6:89 pm Sacramento. Oakland, via 7:» am
»:20 pm Hakersfleld and Fresno l:!tus
7-30 —— ITresna I 7:06 am
6:00 pm Bakersneld 8:00 am
9:30 pm and_MoJa_» 6:80 po»
Chicago, Kan. City. <tt. Louis
1:48 pm Golden stats Limited 6:l* am
1:00 »m 1h« Callfornlan. via 7:16 pm
I lama, Benson, El Paso
Overland—New Orleans via I
12:01 pm Yuma, Benson, Martcopa, Tuo- 1:M pm
son. El Paso. Ban Antonio,
Houston _J
11:01 pm yuma, Tucson, Benson I 8:30 am
8:00 pm I_rdsburg, Demlng. |7:ir.vm
7"" pm El. Paso | 1:30 pa
<-'.& am 8:30 &m
8:00 am 11:60 am
1:15 am Banta Barbara) ', 2:30 pm
1:46 pm a_a 7:36 pm
1:36 pm Ventura * 1:30 pm
7:30 pm ('Not Ventura) 11:45 pin
8:16 am O——>rd, Santa Susaaa. • 8:30 ana
1:U pm| Moorpark. • 11:60 am
' !:„ pm* 80-is, 2:30 pm
Camarllls • 7:36 pm
('Oxnard only) 11:45 pm
Santa Paula via Saugve,
6:45 am Camulos, Plru. FUlmors. 11:80 U
1:45 pm Eatlcoy, Mental Carpln- 7:31 »m
1 terla. Bummerland |
1:15 am Nordh~o_ I 2:3» pm
I,«S pm I 7:85 pm
7:46 am • 6:30 am
1:65 am Pomona • 7:16 am
12:01 pm Colts- 7:16 am
8:00 pm KlverslAe Redlanda a—t »:35 am
4;0« pm Ban Bernardlsw 11: u
Iso pm ('Not Riverside. Re Hands 1:30 pm
1:11 Pa ' or San Bernardino) 1:26 pm
1 I 7:10 pro
8:66 am ■ Covlna 11:36 am
6:45 pm 7:10 pm
7:46 ami China 1:35 am
4:00 pm| | I:* pa
Banta Ana. Anaheim. Downey
1:65 am and Not walk 8:30 aa
11:16 am 2:15 pm
1:00 pm a* Buena Park, West a* 8:00 pm
1:10 pm Anaheim. West Orange 4:64 em
('Downey only) /'
8:66 am| Newport rieacb j 4:60 pns
<:6. r ' am|a Los Alamlto* a[ 4:60 pm
0:45 ani Brawley, Imperial. I 6:30 ami
7:C) pm El Centro. Calexloo | 6:65 pm
1:05 am San Pedro-Comptoa *lll:46 am
8.30 pm * t'Vla Long Beach) | 6:35 pm
8:05 ami* Long Beach-Cosiptoa 111:46 ana
8:30 pm| (»Vla Ban Pedro) | 6:36 pm
i*.ur> iinn Santa Catallna Island | 6:35 pm
6:46 am I 7:05 an
7:60 am Fernanda ; * 8:40 an,
1:46 pm . , 11:60 -.- ,
1:00 pm (-Motor) 7:31 oat
1:30 pm I 1:00 pm
8:8u am a Chats worth Park. (See a B:4* pa
not*). (Note— and from
River station only.)
All trains dally except tno>a marked as foW
lowr: "a" Sundays nxceptedi "b" Sunday*
enlT.
SANTA FE
Leave | ~ | ArH.e"
■ I Eastern—California Limited,
10:00 am dally, Chicago via Denver 6:00 pal
[ and Kansas City
Overland Express—Dally
8:00 pm Chicago via Denver and 8:80 am)
Kansas City
Eastern Express—Daily "
, 7:30 am Chicago via Denver and 7:05 am
Kansas City
Tourist Flyer—Daily I
9:00 am .Mean" via Denver and 6:35 asl
Kansas City
Kite Shaped—Going via ——
8:30 am Pasadena. Return via 6.30 pa
Santa Ana canyon
7:35 am ' 10:00 am
8:30 am Redlands via Pasadena 1:00 pm
2:00 pm 5:40 pna
4:30 pm 7:40 pnj
7:30 ami Redlands via Orange 10:35 am
1C:&5 am| 6:30 pm
I | 1:00 pna
7:35 am[ Riverside via Pasadena 5:40 pm
7:30 am I 7:7)5 pm
10:65 am Riverside Tla Orange 10:35 am
6:05 |im ft *■ 6:30 pm
7:30 am ti I 7:00 am
10:55 am Corona via Orange 10:35 am
5:05 I'm 6:30 pm
7:30 ami I 7:05 am
10:55 am San Bernardino via Orange 10:35 am
6:05 prnj _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 6:30 pm
7:33 ami 8:30 am
8:30 am ■ i> 10:00 am
10:00 am San Bernardino via Pasa- 4:00 pm
2:00 pm dena 5:40 pm
4:30 pm , 6:0) pna
6:45 pm
8:00 pm 7:40 pro
8:55 am 6:55 am
2:15 pm Santa Ana 8:22 an
5:06 PH. I 1:00 pm
11:&5 pm * I 6:15 pro
7:30 am ' '55 am
8:55 am . :06 am
10:55 am Fullerton, Anaheim, 8.'.'6 am
2:15 pm Orange 10:35 am
6:00 pm 1:00 pm
11:55 ■11 6:30 pm
7:35 am San Jaclnto, Elsinore, He- 1":S5 am
10:55 am met and Murtetta 6:30 pra
10:25 am| Redondo . I 4:20 pro
2:15 pm Escondldo ' 1:00 pm
8:55 am Full brook 6:16 pm
8:55 am { San Diego and 6:6* am
2:16 pm Coronado Beach 1:00 1 m
11:66 pm Surf Line 6:16 pm
7:30 am Randiburg 7:06 am
8:00 pm Searchlight and ChlorM* phot am
1:00 pm Beattjr, Rhyollte. OolJfleld IN am
.;.' 1 .-■ ■■. and Tonopall ,
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