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BRANCH OFFICES
LONG~BEACH
Ocean and Pine streets^
OCEAN~PARK
144 Pier avenue.
PASADENA
10 W. Colorado at.
SAN BERNARDINO
411 Court street.
SANTA* ANA
D^p-
jIcKOON— At 688 South Fremont. October
I, 1910 Merrltt G. McKoon. aged 78 years.
Funeral notice later. 10-3-1
KRAMER—S. Kramer, died October 1. To
be burled October 3 at 3 p. m. In Ever
green cemetery. 10-8-1
XEGAL— H. Kegal. died September 30. To
be burled October 3 at 10 a. m. in Ever
green cemetery. i ;^ V 10-3-1
SWAN H. Swan, died October 1. To be
burled October 1 at 1 p. m. In Evergreen
cemetery. . 10-3-1
JESSEN—J. Jessen to be burled October 3
at t p. m. In Evergreen cemetery.
___________ 10-3-1
(CEMETERIES—
INGLEWOOD PARK
CEMETERY
Two miles outside the city limits, on tho
Loa Angeles & Redondo railway; 3uu
acres of perfect land with Improvements
outclassing any cemetery on the coast.
207 S. BROADWAY, ROOM 202.
Phones F 3303., Main 4659.
Superintendent's phone 10541.
!l-28-12mo.
ROSEDALE~CEMETERY
An endowed memorial park, noted for Its
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
petual care, over 1250,000; modern receiving
vault, chapel, crematory and columbarium,
accessible. City offloe. suite 802-306 EX
CHANGE num., northeast corner Third
. and Hill sts. Phones —Main 909; A 3820.
Cemetery office, 1881 W. Washington st
Fbone* 72858: West 80. «-J-lJmo
HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY
Rolling lawns, trees, shrubbery and beauti
ful lakes.
*"' MODERN IN every RESPECT
■Ituatcd In the moat beautiful section of
Southern California, the Ideal location. Just
Inside Los Angeles city limits.
Melrose and Colegrove car lines to grounds.
A CEMETISSY THAT IS SELECT
Aim. 208 Langhlln Bid*. Main 391.
Cemetery phones 88033 : Hollywood 84}.'
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
The Lot Angelfw Cemetery association. Hoy I.
Heights, near city 11ml Operated unUei
perpetual charter from Lor Angeles city.
Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, 339 Bradbury Hulldtng.
' Phones— 882; A 8486.
. Cemetery—Home D 1083; Boyle 9.
* «-5-Um
QHURCH NOTICES— ',
i NIEL HALL. 227 S. MAIN-NOON PRAY
er meeting dally; gospel meeting every
night. • "-1-"
PERSONALS, BUSINESS— '
"morphine™ ;•; 1
OPIUM. COCAINE '
and all drug habits cured at home by the
mjst rc-iarkable remedy ever discovered.
No hypodermlo Injections; 'no pain. A cure
or no pay. Call or write SO. CAL. CHEM
■ ICAL CO, 202 V& "■ Broadway, rooms 205-206.
Los Angeles. 9-10-tf
MRS. MASSON. THE ! NOTED LONDON
palmist,' 322 S. SPRING, over Owl drug
store. H-2«-tt
STORAGE—
LAKiiU PRIVATE. - LOCKED. IRON
i! rooms for furniture, etc.; $1.50 and $2 per
month. Trunks, boxes, etc.. 280 to 50c;
open vans, $6 ,jer day, or 750 per hour.
We pack and ship household goods every
where at reduced rates. - COLYEAR'S
VAN AND STORAGE CO.. offices 509-11
8. Main St. Warehouse 416-17 San Pedro
Bt Phones F3171: Main 1117. 8-86-tt
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
PERMANENT POSITION WITH AN OLD
established., prosperous mercantile concern
for an energetic, hustling man or woman
with v few dollars cash; absolute guaranteed
salary of $100 month to right party; pleasant
work; experience not absolutely necessary;
common sense and backbone Is what It takes.
It. L. ROBERTS, 318 8. Broadway. 10-2-2t
FOR SALE-FIXTURE AND FURNITURE
factory, well equipped with good machines;
close In; doing good business. Phone OWN
ER, Boyle 1672. V 10-1-3
FOR SALE—RESTAURANT AND OHO
cerles doing a good business. Price $175.
Rent $10. See OWNER, 2301) E. Ninth St.
. .. -l --■„, ' - ■ .. 10-1-7
SANITARIUMS—
. THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Exclusively for women and . children. Best
equipped and homelike hospital in the city
for confinement cases. Terms to suit. 1845
■ South Flower. F4114. t-13-tf
WANTED— Male Help "U.
WANTED — INEXPERIENCED MEN TO
work lit electricity, automobiles, pluriiblns;
or bricklaying on actual building! same
as real Journeymen. Secure us that you
will remain and work and we will teach
you a trade. In a few month*' time with
out expense. Free catalogue. UNITED
TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO.,
658 Paolflo Electric bldg. ■ 10-l-tt
WALL PAPER SALESMAN
WANTED FOR HIGH CLASS GOODS; Al
man only Apply at 219 E. COLORADO ST.,
riisjiisna. Cal. ' 10-2-3
FIRBT-CLASB WOOD CARVER WANTED
at once. Inquire of J. BAKER, 50 W. Col
orado ut.. Pasadena. . 10-2-3
BICYCLES—BICYCLES. TIRES AND BUP
piles at c-i-h prices. KNIGHT'S. 134 North
Spring. ■ i: 2. 3'1'
WANTED — EXPERIENCED BINDERY
Eirla. BRASS-BOOK BINDERY CO., 438
Wall street. t ___ 10-2-3
WANTED—A FIRST CLASS BARBER.
Apply today. HOTTON'S, 223 W. Second
st. 10-3-1
WANTED-6 INTELLIGENT. HONEST MEN.
Apply to J. D. LOGAN, Herald office. 9-16-tf
WANTED—ELEVATOR BOY; HYDRAULIC
license. ANGELUB HOTEL. 10-2-3
ANTED— Agents y^^v^_^_
FIRST CLASS SOLICITORS WANTED—
Men of good appearance who have had
experience in placing HOME and POCKET
safes for savings banks. Apply to A. 11.
CATLIN, Hotel Nadeau, from 9 to 13 this
morning. • 10-3-1
AGENTS FOR FORTR.UTB. FRAMES AND
art novelties; samples and catalogue free.
Address *:. M. FRIEDMAN & CO.. Mfgs.,
box 930, Martlnsburg. Mo. 8-28-Sun-tt
WANTED— Female Help
'"-/'}'' ' '':.* "
WANTED—WOMEN A D OIRLS FOR
CANNERY WORK. BEGINNERS GUAR
ANTEED $1 PER DAY. EXPERIENCED
HELP MAKING $1.80 TO $2.10. Al'-
PLY CALIFORNIA FRUIT CANKERS'
ASSOCIATION, MACY AND ANDERSON
BTS.
:.!' ——
~~~ »-22-tf
WANTED—LADIES. BEAUTY CULTCRS.
pays big; learn right, salary guaranteed.
"FLORENTINE," the world's largest. lIJ
Mercantile place, corner Broadway, i-2-tf
WANTED — TELEPHONE y OPERATORS;
experience" unnecessary. Salary while
learning. Apply sixth floor EISHNER
BLDG.. 321 W. Seventh St. ' 9-24-H
WANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED LADY OR
young girl to assist with housework; 2 In
family. Apply 1530' W. 11TH ST. 10-2-3
WANTED-GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE
work and care of child. Take W. Ninth st.
car to 833 CORONADO ST. 10-2-2
WANTED—A WOMAN FOR HALF DAY'S
work at 425 W. SECOND ST. 10-3-1
WANTED-EXFERIENCED CHAMBERMAID.
ANQELUB HOTEL. ■ 10-2J
WANTED— Help, Male and Fe:—«
WANTED-ACTIVE. INTELLIGENT MAN
or woman; easy work; big money; no experi
ence necessary; come at once R L ROB
ERTS, 316 8 Broadway 10-2-2t
WANTED-MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
the barber trade; guaranteed In eight weeks.
Catalogue . -ree. . Mahler Barber College, 121
E. Second St. 9-14-tt
WANTED—Situations, Male :'.'^
BETHLEHEM FREHI EMPLOYMENT
agency. 510 Vlgnea street. Main 6739;
Home A 4884. Men for houaecleantng, yard
work and general labor.' , _ I-!4-tf
QUIET YOUNG LADY PIANO STUDENT
wishes to assist In pleasant home for
small salary and use of piano. PHONE
63213. 9-27-12
GIRL WISHES .TO KEEP HOUSE FOR
small family or lone person. Phone Boyle
2482. Address 3120 E. FIRST ST.
10-3-1
A NORWEGIAN LADY WANTS POSITION
as housekeeper. Call at room 7. 314 N.
MAIN ST., between 2 and 8 p. m.
9-28-12
YOUNG COMPOSITOR WANTS POSITIC?T;
can do Job work, run Job presses, etc. R.
N., 1560 Klrkwood aye,, Pasadena. 10-1-5
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPH
wants office work mornings. Address
BOX 36. HERALD. 9-28-6
WANTED—WINDOW CLEANING BY MAN
who knows how. C. CLAUSEN. Sunset
West 6534. ■ 9-29-10
COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER WANTS
office work mornings. BOX 41, Herald.
9-25-10
WANTED— Female
A WIDOW WITH one little GIRL
would like a position as housekeeper; no
objections to going to the country. Address
BETHLEHEM INSTITUTION. 610 Vlgnes St.,
Los Angeles, Ca). Home.A«S4; Sunset, Main
6726. ,'■;-.<:. :■:..:•'■ »-*!•"
A YOUNG LADY PIANIST, GOOD ACCOM
panlst, with city references, want to get
acquainted with an orchestra; no amateurs;
letters o.k. Address BOX 26, Herald. 10-2-10
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WISHES HOUBE
work or washing and Ironing, to work by the
day or hour; price reasonable. Phone Sun
set 4704. Ask for MRS. THAYER. 9-30-7
YOUNG WOMAN. EXPERT WITH
needle, will do mending for a few select
families. MISS GADD. phone 53080.
10-2-5
YOUNG LADY WITH A-l OIL LINE EX
perlence wants position as stenographer, bill
er or price work. Can give reference. Phone
EAST 514. - s-l-tl
WIDOW WANTS POSITION AS HOUSE
keeper for one or two men. Address MRS.
L. E. SMITH, box 26. Herald. v 10-1-12
FIRST-CLASS CLEANER ' wishes WORK
by the day ' MISS ELIZABETH, phone Main
71.89. !■• ■ 9-22-10
WANTED—Situations, Male & Fern.
SITUATION WANTED BY COLORED
couple; woman to do day work and man
Janitor work. Call So. 3031. 9-25-10
WANTED— To Purchase Stock
WANTED —
Stock In the Los Angeles Investment com
pany; any amount up to $40,000; will pay
within 5 per cent of the company's selling
price. G. F.. care Globe Savings Bank.
i-11-tt
WANTED— Purchase Real Estate!
IF IT'S FOR SALE LET THE BUYINU
public know. THE PUBLIC LIST. tU
Mercantile place. | 10-3-3
i ■-■; —- ■ ■■ —
WANTED— Houses vy^
OWNERS TO LIST ALL CLASSES OF
property with us to rent. We are In shape
to handle it. BROOKS & McINTOSH, 615
Union Trust Btdg., Los Angeles, Cal. Phones
Broadway 2904, Home A 4312. 10-2-3
WANTED— Miscellaneous • ' '.'
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds 758 BAN PEDRO ST. Phones Main
110«; FBO4l. ' . .-■■'.- 11-IT-U
WANTED-TO BUY SECOND-HAND FURNl
ture and stoves., Main 1968. FBl*..'. 10-2-lm
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1010.
TO LET—Rooms, Furnished
Hotel Seville
'731-714 8. FLOWER ST.
One of the finest family hotels In the city.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heat,
hot and cold water; eleotrlo lights; European
plan. Only i a short walk from Broadway.
Phones Main 8513; F6838. 4-1-tf
' The St Regis
Housekeeping apartments, 237 8 Flower at.
Main 1290) A 733». Near business center; at
tractive building, 000 l porches, room phones,
clean, nicely furnished apartra/nts, $18.50
to $25. Single rooms (2.80, $4 weekly; |8.5»
to 115 monthly. No, children. »■«-''"
CLEAN FURNISHED ROOMS, BINOI.K
and double, $1.75 per week up. llt!!i
W. NINTH, between Broadway and Main.
9-22-tt
CLEAN FURNIEHBD ROOMS, SINGLE
and double, $1.75 per week, up. 114 V*
W. NINTH, between Broadway and Main.
9-22-tt
2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUBEKBKP-
Ing; also front parlor; reasonable. 23» N.
GRAND AYE. . lu:!-3
r0 LET—Ap't's., Fur. and Unfur.
TO S. FIOUEROA. NEWLY KUH
nlshed 4-room apartments; modern; private
bath, telephone; reasonable; 6 minutes from
Third and Broadway; reasonable. 10-2-2
TO LET—Houses, Furnished
TO LET—NINE-ROOM RESIDENCEt OFF
Vermont aye., near Westmoreland tract, be
longing to estate; cheap to right parties. E.
C. BOWER, Attorney, 712 Union Trust bid*.
10-2-7t
LET—FURNISHED MODERN. SEVEN'
room house; allow children; one block south
Pico car and block north 16th at.- car. Call
1357 ALBANY. 10-2-3t
TO L,BT-NICELY FURNISHED. EXCEP
tlonally desirable new, five-room bungalow at
Blerra Madre. Telephone 38186. 10-M
TO LET—Houses, Unfurnished
to "£et-close"in-T BLOCKS N. W. OF
new P. O.
3-room, with water, gas for light- and fuel» 8
4-room, with water, gas for light and fuel 11
8-room, with water, gas for light and fuel 16
10-room house ••*_*»
• Apply 627 COLLEGE ST. 11-2-3
TO LET—UNFURNISHED MODERN 6
room cottage, excellent neighborhood, nice
yard. TELEPHONE 25186. 10-2-3t
FOR RENT—MODERN 4-ROOM COTTAGE,
gas range, water paid. 2363 EAST ITU BT.
10---3
TO Storerooms
STORES FOR RENT—JUST COMPLETED, A
new. modern store, .centrally located; very
suitable for pawnshop or second-hand store,
etc.; rent reasonable. Apply 113 E. SECOND
ST. 10-2-St
TO LET—ENTIRE SMALL STORE WITH
large front windows and private office; heat,
electric light, both phones and Janitor ser
vice; cheap at 315 S. Hill at. See MR.
ALLEN. 10-2-10
TO Offices
TO~LET^DESK~SPACE FOR 3. WITH OR
without desks. Furnished office. 314
STIMBON BLDO. 10-2-3
§PECIAL NOTICES—
""your eyes
This Is your opportunity to have your eyes
examined by a well known specialist. To
those presenting this notice at Hi Security
Building, Dr. Dlckson extends the courtesy
of free examination and consultation. This
will not obligate you to buy glasses.
RELIABLE OPTICAL CO..
-■■•* 8118-323 Security Building.
FIFTH AND SPRING. THIRD FLOOR.
';-.. 7-28-tf
GENTLEMEN, TAKE NO CHANCES—THIS
Is the best place to get your hats repaired.
MOLINARO, practical hatter, 601 West «th.
10-2-3
TO RENT—FURNISHED 2 ROOMS, DEN.
kitchen and bath; a fine apartment In good
location. Call Sunday. 436 W. 30TH. 10-2-3
MR. B. YOUR MOTHER WANTS TO
see you. 9-J-tt
/ . ,==_
WANTED— LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAIN 3597; F5938. 6-25-12 mo
CLOSING OUT 2600 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint. 11.50 per gallon. SHEEHAN'S,
»00 6. Broadway. »-l»-tf
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
tools, clef ng. CHEAP JOHN. 716 E. Fifth.
9-21-lmo
]\£ONEY TO LOAN—
WE LOAN MONEY
To wage-earners and housekeepers, on
personal note; $10 and upward. Do you
owe tne landlord or the grocer T Do you
want money for any purpose? You re
pay weekly or monthly. No publicity;
lowest rates. ; .
PARK LOAN * CREDIT CO..
424 80. Broadway. Room 710
MONKV TO LOAA
. ' 000 to loan on real estate, city or coun
try, I to 7 .per cent, amounts to suit.
MOYUR * GILBERT. 102 H. W. Hellma»
Bldg. Borne ->boce AIU7; Mala 1471
\ 10-l-tt
MONEY TO LOAN—FULL VALUE ON DIA
MONDS, WATCHES, PIANOS, FURNI
TURE. STORAGE RECEIPTS. G. F.
THOMAS, 741 S. BROADWAY. MAIN 9376.
9-SO-lmo
' i
1. IEY TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T.
John»r>n Bldg. " 8-14-tI
PRIVATE MONE*r*6 AND 7 PER CENT,
on city or country; straight building
loans. HOCKHART & SON. 801 H. W.
Hellman Pldg. A 7552. 9-27-lmo
TO LOAN—S3OO, $400, $500, $1000, $2000,
$5000 and up; current rates; no delay.
RAMEY BROS., .827 Btory bldg. F2121,
Main 9356. ■ \ 10-1-lmo.
R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX 8LD0...
will loan you what you need on real es
tate, stocks and bonds. Building loans a
specialty. 5-»-tf
1U LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COABT EXCHANGE. 419 Benne Bide.
■ ■- . • ■ 10-4-
1600 TO $10,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. U O'BRIEN * CO.. Jefferson and Main.
i. .. ; ■ . ■ - - ■ *-«-U
1 .liii ■ in i n ii [''.■'
ASSAYING— '' ■ w _ ru ___^J^
JOHN" HERMAN, 25**4 8- Main. Not satis
faction, bnt accuracy guarmiteed. 11-82-tf
TOADIES' TAILORS— , -;
YOU WELL KNOV - THERE 13 A DIFFER
ence In tailors. We are TAILORS, Balls
fact in guaranteed; reasonable prlcasr very
latest styles. I " ■'.
S. ROSENBURG, Ladies' Tailor
■ ' •» 417-418 Bumlller bldg. »-l-6mo
THE PARK-BERGER CO. ARE LADIES'
tailors in the full senee of the term. 612 S.
BROADWAY, Forve-Pettlbone bklg. 9-l-6mo
8. ZINKO. THE LADIES' TAILOR. OPERA
coats, riding habits, ets. 455 8. Bdwy,, R. 1-2.
- . ■ . - |^, »-l-lmo
THE PARISIAN CO. .
k Ladles' Tailoring
~ PEDICTNI. 307 S. Broadway. A3BIS. »-l-tt
DENTISTS— ' ;
Dr. liiuuuu, v i»A-4tm Majestla Theater
Bias., 846 0. uanij. lotlßli Main asm.
POR SALE— j
zr
Bungalow on the Hill
Lot 60x200, crest of hill; drive alongside;
! fronts streets; new 7-room bungalow; rlrn
interior woodwork, with oil painted frlete;
. furnace, cement basement; city, mountains
! and ocean In one grand panorama, Inspiring
and healthful. Car, Sunset blvd. (on Hill
St.), 15 minutes to Maltman ay. Save 200
hours each year and without aliens, rail
road tracks or factory districts; 86500; $:<OO<J
cash. OWNER, 3446 Winslow drive. Tern
, pie 1108. I""*"'
| | .
I FOR HOUSES
3-room, lot 70x136 fltOC
' 6-room modern, 61st, near Moneta. .. .$2600
i 5-room modern, 62d, near Moneta ....$2BOO
• 9-room modern, 24th, near La Salle..|4OOo
t 6-room modern, 26th, neur Vermont. .*aono
8-room. new. Hillside avenue 12100
' All bargains. For particulars see <
. -. ERIKSON & CO.
• 105 W. Sixth St.. ground floor.
. F2374. Broadway 1183.
r/t.L »-14-tl
i "two new bungalows
on Forty-second St., near Flgueroa, to ex
change for city lots.
Another — For sale. 6-room mod
ern house on Mettler St.. near San Pedro
] car. 12600 If taken at once. Easy terms.
Robinson Albaum Realty Co.
: 203 Frost Bldg.. Second and Broadway.
9-28-tl
FOR BALE—IN SOUTHWEST, 6-ROOM COT.
tage; living room, dining room, kitchen,
screen porch, three bedrooms and bath, lawn
front and rear, fruit trees and flowers; east
front, one block from 6-ient car fare, 2*
minutes to center of city; worth considerable
more than asked; price 81960, 1200 cash, bal
ance monthly payments. See OWNER, 918
W. Fiftieth st. Phone South 6144. 9-26-12
FOR SALE—3-ROOM CALIFORNIA HOUSE
and lot. Just at the city limits on Eagle
Rock line. Mostly modern. Nearly new.
A real bargain. 81000 takes It. Terms.
See owner. EARL WOODWORTH. cigar
store, 404 % S. Hill st. Phone F2165.
10-2-3
FOR SALE—B-ROOM. 2-STORY HOUSE;
hardwood floors, furnace. Rudd hot-water
heater; very pretty surroundings; price (5000.
2222 Juliet St.; West Adams car. Phone
West 243. 10-2-3
$3000— $250 CASH, BALANCE MONTHLY, 6
room modern cottage, barn, lawn, trees, etc..
on 60th st., close to Moneta aye. This is a
snap. R. J. ARATA, 631 Security bldg.
F7UO. 10-2-3
I FOR SALE—MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE
and garage. See this if you want a nine
home In a good location. Apply to owner,
on premises. 2949 BRIGHTON AYE.
9-27-5
FOR SALE-^MODERN 6-ROOM BUNOA-
Iow, comfortable, home-like. Going away,
Will sacrifice. 2075 W. TWENTY
NINTH ST. i 10-1-1
pOR SALE—Country Property
Good
Laed
WITH
Water
$2.25 Per Acre
WE SPECIALIZE IN CHEAF
LANDS FOR INVESTORS
W. H. MAC.OMBER CO.
322-4 Laughlin Bldg.
„ ■ /■: . 9-28-10
8i ACRES ONLY $6500
Fine, rich, foothill,
Lemon land,
Sierra Madre;
Abundance of water.
Buy now
And set It out to lemons, and In 1 year
you can
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY.
What better Investment do you want?
T. WISENDANGER
207 S. Broadway. U.-,':"
A 2043. . Main 2043.
MR. FRYE. 10-2-2
ALFALFA AND DAIRY
RANCH
Highly Improved, plenty of water, big ditch
and artesian wells; 9-room house, 5-room
house, dairy house and all buildings complete.
BEST SNAP IN KERN COUNTY.
Must be sold. 65314 acres. Good terms.
STACY REALTY CO.,
404 Fay Building,
- ■■. ■•■ .- 8-27-eod-tf
NORTH MONETA GARDEN LANDS—
lots 8600; $10 down on contract or deed with
one-fourth down; fine soil; water stock in
cluded; 85 minutes ride Redondo electric.
228-9 H. W. Hellman bldg. 9-30-tf
pOR SALE— groves
THE BEST BUY IN ORANGE COUNTY—
Orange, grove; 10 23-100 acres near Ana
heim; level land, 786 Valencia orange trees,
35 trees 6 years old, loaded with fruit; "50
trees set last season, large 2-year-old buds,
one mile from town on fine oiled street;
plenty good water and very cheap; small
building; new. This property Is surrounded
with Improved groves and is in a choice
location. We make a specialty of Orange
county lands. Be sure and see our list.
BROOKS A McINTOSH,
600 UNION TRUST BLDQ.,
Phones Broadway 2904, Home A 4312.
10-2-3
POR SALE—ReaI Estate, UndassTd
WANTED — SEVERAL GOOD ROOMING
houses; have ready customers; must be cen
trally located and low priced.
GREAT SNAP— Extremely large lot, 50x405,
on Temple st. car, high elevation, very beau
tiful site; house on It, barn, chickens, etc.,
all tor $3000, and inly $1000 cash.
Great bargain in a modern 6-room plastered
house and large lot on B. 33d st. near Cen
tral and Hooper cars; very many fruit trees,
chickens, etc. You will grab it when you
see It. $1000 cash required or less.
Wanted—Several clear city lots to exchange
for houses In city and suburbs. j^ra
Home, A 4899 Main 3862.
•ROBINSON-ALBAUM
v REALTY AND INV. CO.
801 Frost Bldg., Second and Broadway.
10-2-3
pOR SALE—Business Property
WILL LEASE MY STORE AND LIVING
rooms for term of years to good tenant; will
make price right; location Stephenson aye.
andDltman st ; _Phono_4l499._ 9-30-7
pOR SALE— for Subdivls'n
FOR SALE—ACREAGE FOR SUBDIVISION
on the ear line at Inglewood; this Is the
cieam of this section. For particulars see
F. A. BUELOW
With Inglewood Land Co.
'349 W_llcox_Bullding. *>•*•«
pORSALE-^ultry^J3ir£s^DojKjs^
FOR SALE — THOROUGHBRED MALE
Scotch collie. 18 months old. ■ Will sell
cheap. Bee SINGER, advertising clerk
Los-Angeles Herald. . .. 9-28-tf
BABY CHICKS. INCUBATOR EGGS. SB
lected thoroughbreds W. W. CLOUQII, On
tario. Cal. . . : ! »-*>-?
POR SALE—Suburban Property _ '
EAGLE ROCK
Big bargain; new 7-room, Hi-story house;
elegantly finished; fine plaster, buffet kitch
en, paneled dining room, large bathroom,
: fine closets, hot water, close to cars; rlKht
I off Colorado blvd.; street work all In and
; paid for; lot 50x146, double frontage; price
i 12160; terms. $300 down, balance $20 month.
I See E. BECKER, 301 Central bldg., exclusive
1 agent for this property. 10-1-tf
1 , BUY GOOD BUSINESS PROPERTY AT WIL
, mlngton.
: $20 ft. for close In lot, 4th st.
$50 ft. fine close-In lot, Fries st
$30 ft. fine close-in lot, Bth st.
$100 ft. east front fine lot. Canal.
i nz_
» WILL S. PRESTON,
' ' - 329 O. T. Johnson Hldg. 10-2-2
) =■
' POR SALE—lrrigated Land»
SACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION CO.
Tho Kuhn California project, the larg
f est Irrigation system In California, Is open
■ for settlers. Thousands of acres of rich
alluvial soil Irrigated from the Sacra
mento river. Alfalfa grows over 18 Inches
high and Is cut six times a year; decid
uous and citrus fruits, walnuts and al
monds, berries and grape", corn and veg
-3 etables. and, In fact, everything known to
'• the farm yield beyond belief.
Price, Including perpetual water right, |
uniformly $126 an acre; $15 an acre I
f cash, balance 10 annual payments. Get
free descriptive matter from us.
H. L HOLLISTER & CO.. Sales Agts.
Vernon J. Barlow. Resident Mgr.
i Suite 506 Central Bldg. Los Angeles.
j 9-25-tf
»—' ' ■
! POR SALE—Government Land
! GOVERNMENT LAND—WE WANT FOUR
parties to take us 40 acres each of 160
' acres fine land In San Fernando valley,
' near railroad, plenty water. Will make
beautiful homes. There Is only 160 acres
of this, so don't delay.
ERIKSON & CO.
i 105 W. Sixth St.. Ground Floor. F2374.
. , 9-30-4
; pOR SALE— Lots and Lands
• FOR CHEAP LOT ON SAN PEDRO
St., 125x50, 14-foot alley. Apply OWNER, 642
E. 324 st. 10-2-3
• POR SALE—
3 FOR SALE—
9 Retiring Grand, almost new, $400.
Pomover, almost new, $250.
Chlckerlng Grand. $388.
7 Carlton, like new, $246.
Milton. $100.
Easy terms.
720 S. Broadway,
'. Second Floor.
7 10-2-3
: FOR SALE—
Chickening piano, good as new. at bargain;
easy payments; discount for cash. Phone
■ F5003. / 10-2-3
FOR SALE-PIANO. HIGH-GRADE POM
over, at bargain: will sell on time; discount
for cash. Phone Broadway 44,14. 10-2-8
pOR SALE—Stocks and Bonds
WE OFFER 6 PER CENT, TEN-YEAR,
guaranteed gold debenture bonds in denom
inations of $100, $600 and $1000; Interest pay
able January ana July at First National
bank of Los Angeles; not taxable; price, par
and accrued Interest. Full Information fur
nished on request. , ;
' THE EMPIRE SECURITIES CO.,
Suite 602 Union Trust Bldg.
9-18-lmo
OIL MINING AND INDUSTRIAL COM
panles. Take notice: Guarantee your
stocks if you want them to sell. Protect
your Investor and he will buy. Full par
_i tleulais forwarded on request. GRANITE
, SECURITIES CO.. 618 Bradbury Bids;.
> =====
POR SALE—Live Stock
FOR SALE—GOOD HORSE, HARNESS AND
new' express wagon; good outfit; will sell
reasonable; have no use for them. 2727 DAR
) WIN AYE., North Main car. 10-2-3t
FOR SALE^ — YOUNG LLEWELLYN SET
tar dogs. 4 months old. from field brok
en stock. F. H. TAYLOR. 918 West 60th
street »-»"
POR SALE—Musical Instruments
A. O. GARDNER. 118 WINSTON ST. Pi
anos sold, rented, tuned: very low rates.
8-IS-tf
POR SALE—Furniture
1 FOR SALE—FURNITURE •OF DINING
room, parlor, kitchen and bedrooms; all
In fine condition, nearly new. Call this
forenoon. HOME PHONE 63076. 10-8-1
! pOR SALE—Miscellaneous
limta! Limta! Limber!
1 I "Bath Tubs" *
;| ■ s
; 2 Toilets, Sills *
t g
a Wash Basins I
U _ «
; Big Sacrifice Sale
We carry all kinds of pipe and can fill any
I order at half the price of new. We guarau
! tee !".'/
. OUR PIPE
' See us about new lumber.
STANDARD LUMBER AND
SUPPLY CO.
311-12 Stlmson Bldg.
Yard 1562-66 Industrial St.. near Alameda.
Successors to Frank L. Peck Co.
F54 44. Main 3332.
10-J-tf
$17.50 for 5 and 5 1-2 foot enam
eled bath tub, worth $20 to $25.
$8.00 for $12.50 enameled laun
dry tubs,
i $2.50 for enameled sink.
Other plumbing goods cheap for cash to
1 any one.
NEWELL BROS.
118 W. First St. »-»-tf
FOR LADIES' AND GIRL'S HALF
fare ticket to Salt Lake City. Address
1 BOX 5. HERALD. 10-2-3
FOR SALE— FIRE-PROOF SAFB CHBAf,
i ANDERSON. 11) N. Main at. »-U-tf
BATHS—
1 PERSONAL -BULPHUMBJ, VAPOR. SEA
salt baths, scalp treatments. 10 to 10. ' F7619.
BADGER TOILET PARLORS, Room 225, 702
b. .prlng. 9-24-tr
i IUM 8. BPRINO. SUITE) »-CHIROPODT.
electricity, massage, vapor and shower baths.
1 MASSAGE. BATHE, CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants. JEAN LUNN. 620 B. Bway. 2-17-tt
BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 218
BROADWAY, ROOM 220. 7-24-tt
Summer School
College of Fine Arts. XJ. S. C
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request.
W. L. JUDSON, Dean.
_ . . __. , , C < 1 1326 Alvarado Street
Miss Wing s School Day and boaroi n 8Ch oo!. ah
grades and departments from kindergarten to college. Courses of study
»h» ÜBIa a o those clven in the public schools; best trained teachers.
FALL TERM OPENSI SEPT. 21; REGISTRATION of pupils Sept. 19 and 20.
Call today for Illustrated catalogue. Homo 63144.
Lo>J,°'t^r""Arl& Design
Julian Academy (Paris) Free Scholarships.
Sixth and Alvarado St»., Westlake lark.
Life classes daily and evenings.
F. Melville I)u Mond lectures and demon
strations, etc., on compositions.
Students enter now. 81657. 10-1'
German, English
Shorthand
By experienced teacher. Terms moderate.
730 W. 31st st. Phone South 4436.
jfcjwyaßajßJHßßWWßTyßßSffTllßl^yyMaß^^^^^^^^ff^
fex m a \3i f: ''-I a Kay bj
Business College. Northeast corner Kigali*
and Mill streets. F6700; Main 611.
SEND FOB 1 1.1.1. INFORMATION.
ith Floor, Hamburger Bldg.. Los Angeles,
mon-tu-thur-sat-tf
BOYNTON NORMAL PREPARES DECEM
ber county examinations; grammar cer
tificate; enter now. 526 STIMSON BLK.
Broadway 1919; AlB4O. 9-2-tf
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE. 412
W. Fifth St. E. E. BHRADER. Ph. D.,
president since 1890. 10-27-tf
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
alogue describing bookkeeping and short
hand? Y. M. C. A. 5-12-tf
BROWNSBERGER COMMERCIAL COL.
Uge, 953-7 W. 7TII. Send for catalogue.
PHYSICIANS—
DOCTOKi SHORES AND SHORES ARE
strictly reliable expert medical specialists In
the cure of deafness, catarrh and all mannet
of chronic nervous and blood diseases of men,
women and children. 17 years of continuous
success, with a record -of ov*r 100,000 treated,
MAKE NO MISTAKE. Their new offices It
the HI). NE BLDG., Third and Spring sts.,
have every modern equipment.^ Take elevator
or easy stairs to ROOMS 222 to 226, and con
sult DOCTORS SHORES FREE. Terms for
treatment low and uniform, $3 A MONTH for
all catarrh, chronic diseases; medicines free.
Hours, * to 5, evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays, 10
■ to 12. Ail examination free this week.
DR. HICKOR.
SPECIALIST IN PAINLESS CONFINE
MENT AND DISEASES OF WOMEN.
MATERNITY HOME AND ADOPTION
IF DESIRED. FREE CONSULTATION
AND EXAMINATION. < MODERATE
CHARGES; TERMS TO SUIT.
«32 W. SIXTH STREET. SUITS 10T.
■ \y._; 8-Z-tf
DR. AND MRS. WELLS,
BPECIAL-STS IN DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Dr. Wells' improved antiseptic methodo
POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
In all diseases and irregularities of women.
Consultation free and confidential. 702 S.
SPRING ST.. room 206. 9-20-
DR. CROCKER,
SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
—TREATMENT—»S
Majestic Theater Bids.
CONSULT FREE.
11-U-llmo
DR BERTHA CZARA, 1353K S. GRAND.
Reliable, skillful specialist for women ana
Infants. Private home for ladles expect
, Ing confinement. Infants' home provided.
Letters answered. : . > 9-24-tf
WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Obstetrics, surgical and medical cases. Terms
reasonable. 1245 S. Flower. F4134. »-l»-U
DR. TAYLOR. 317 S. MAIN ST. DI3
aaaea of women. ■ f-l-tf
Dr. C. C. Logan, Oculist. 603 Grant Bldg.
8-l»-tf
TYPEWRITERS—
X2^TiijtET^iBBijiLY~TYPEWRIT£Ssr^ V'
Prices loweat In toe oily.
Regular $3 rental machines reduced to $2.54
month, or three month:; for H.
LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER EXCHANGB
Branca
AMERICAN •..'RITINO MACHINE CO..
Aim VU 7.. Broadway. Main SHI.
t-J-tt
VISIBLE OLIVER TYPEWRITER, AS
good as ever, cost at factory 3100 for spot
cash. Will take $25. Apply room 11,
♦44 V, 8. BROADWAY. 10-2-1'
PATENTS AND PATENT AGENTS
PIONEER PATENT AOENCY, HAZARD &
6TRAUSE. ESTABLISHED. 32 YEARS.
American and foreign patents secured and
trademarks registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 639 Citizens National Bank
Building. Third and Main. Home A 1491;
Main 2522. PATENT BOOK FREE.
2-3-tf
J. 6. ZERBE. SOLICITOR. UNITED STATES
and foreign patents; 40 years' experience.
622-3 Stimsot bids . Third and Main. Phone
A 5344. 9-4-lmo
JAIR DRESSERS
HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING DONE
at private homes by first-class operators;
best of reference. Address HOTEL CHAP
MAN, Sunset phone. Main 3300, room CO.
10-3-7
SALT LAKE ROUTE
All trains daily except as noted.
a Sunday only; w Week days .only. '
Leave| First Street station |Arrlve
Los Angeles Limited — Amerl-|
can Express—Overland Express
10:30 a Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul. | 4:80p
5:00p Omaha, Kansas City, | 2:30p
8:0 Op Denver and Salt Lake. 1 8:00 a
B:3sa| San Bernardino, 8:00 a
11:00 a Colton. «:35a
2:00p Riverside, 10:41 a
3:40p Ontario 1:25p
5:24p . and ■ 2:30;)
8:00u Pomona 6:15p
7:10p
7:55a| ' 8:10 a
8:10 a n Long Beach }°. :la
8:50 a 10:50 a
l:S0p and 5.05P
3:45p San Pedro I 6:10p
6:30p ; ■ I 6:50p
B:soar~~'Santa_Catallna Island I 6:50p
,*l:00p| Searchlight, Qoldfleld I 8:00 a
pOR EXCHANGE—ReaI Estate
WILL EXCHANGE $5600 EQUITY IN FIND
9-room house In \V"stlake district for Con
solidated Midway oil stock or other producing
oil securities. Inquire of H. J. Chapman,
253 Marengo place, Pasadena, Cal. 10-2-3t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-5-ROOM COT
tage, all modern Improvements, close in,
high location; will take rooming house; new
ly furnished. 318 W. FIFTH. 10-2-2t,.
POR EXCHANGE—Live Stock
FOR BALE—ANGORA KITTENS, 8 WBBKH
old- Robin Adalr stock; females, $5 to $7.£0;
males, $10-»12. Phone MAIN 8613; F6538.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE fi
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
From Arcade Station, Fifth and Central aye.
Leave |Arrlve
B:ooa|San Francisco via Coast Line,l 8:46 a
B:lsaSan Luis Oblspo, Paso Robles, 9:80 a
2:BopDel Monte, Monterey, Santa J:(0p
(:16p Cruz. San Jose and east. »:80p
8:00p , »:«»p
I San Francisco and Mojave, I
(:30p Sacramento, Oakland, via 7:»5a
9:20p Bakersfleld and Fresno (:16a
, 7:80 a Fresno. 7:05 a
«:00p Bakerfleld 8:00 a
9:SOp and Mojave (:30»
" Chicago, Kan. City, St. Louis.!
| 9:46p Golden State Limited, (:55j»
3:00p The California via 7:16»
Tuma. Benson. Bl Paso
I Overland —New Orleans via
1 Tuma, Benson, Marlcopa,
12:01p Tucson. El Paso. San An- l:89p
tonlo and Houston
12:01p| Vuma, Tucson, Benson, I «:30a
' (■oop Lordsburg, Deming, 7:l(a
7:00p El Paso l;IOp
i:ssa "" I »!80a .
I-Ota Santa Barbara, 11:50*
8:15 a '- and 2:30p
1:4BP Ventura 7:35p
2:85p ('Not Ventura.) • 9:30p
7:80p • 11:46p
■ 8:15 a Oxnard, Santa Susans, *| 8:30 a
1 2:35p Moorpark. Somls, • ll:S0a
r 7:80p Camarillo ,>•;' 3:30p
i •.-./. (•Oxnard only.) • 7:35p
' Santa Paula via Saugus,
■ (:45a Camulos, Plru, Fillmore, 11:50 a
1 1:45p Satlcoy, Montalvo, 7:S5p
■ Carpinteria, Summerland
. 1:15 a Nordhoff ~ I 2:30p
2:35p! Nordhoff | 7:36p
1 7:45a| ~ • (:30a
8:55 a ' Pomona * 7:15 a
1 12:01p Colton 7:16 a
3:00p Riverside, Redlands and 1:35 a
4;00p San Bernardino. 11.3:*
5:50p ('Not Riverside, Redlands l:30p
(:15p or Ban Bernardino) E:26p
7:10p
8:55 a Covlna 111:35 a
8:45p Covlna | 7:10p
1 7:45a| Chlno I 9:35 a
4:00p Chlno j 6:25 a
8:55 a Santa Ana, Anaheim. Downeyl 8:30*
11:15 a and Norwalk 2:15P
l:00pa* Buena Park, West a* X:00p
t:10p Anaheim, West Orange 4:60p
(•Downey only.)
8:66 a Newport Beach ] 4:50p
B:ssa|a Los Alamltos a 4:60p
9:45a| B raw ley, Imperial, I (:30a
7:00 pl El Centro. Calexloo j (:55p
9:05 a San Fedro-Com'pton 11:46 a
S:3op • (Via Long Beach) | (:35p
•~9:05a1* Long Beach-Compton 111:45 a
8:30p ('Via San Pedro) t:3sp
9:osa| Santa Catallna Island <:35p
«:45a| " I 7:06«
7:60 a Fernanda * (:40a
1:45p U:6oa
E:OOp ('Motor) 7:35p
I 9:30p »:00l»
(:30ala Chatsworth Park. a] l:»(pj
I (See note.)
1 (Note — and from River """""""
station only.)
All trains dally except those marked as
follows: "a" Sundays excelled; "b" Sun
days only. . "
SANTA FE
travel lArrlVi
1 Eastern — Limited.
l»:00a dally, Chicago via Denver (:(0»
and Kansas City
I Overland Express—Dally
t:«Op Chlcaso via Denver and I:10«
Kansas City ,
"~~~~ Eastern Express—Dally
7:30 a Chicago via Denver and T:»S#
Kansas City |
; ' i I Tourist Filer— Dally I """",
1:00 a Chicago via Denver and (:(S4
Kansas City
I Kite Shaped—Going via
(■Boa Pasadena. Return via t-.30p
Santa Ana Canyon.
7:35 a Redlands via Pasadena 110:00 a
8:80 a Redlands via Pasadena l:00p
2-00p Redlands via Pasadena (:40p
4:30p Redlands via Pasadena 7:40p
7:SOaI Redlands via Orange, 10:35 a
10:55a| Redlan<ls via Orange (:30p
[— Riverside via TTToOp
7:35a[ Pasadena »:40p
■7.30 a! Riverside I 7:055)
10 55a via 10:85«
8 . 06 C Orange __ (:30p
"7.30 a Corona 7:05»
10 : 65 a via 10:35 a
j : osj Orange I (:30p
n .3 n a ' San Bernardino I 7:05«
10:66 a via 10:35 a
5:05p Orange | (:Sop
"7:35a| ~~" «:» 0*
8:30 a 10:00 a
10:00 a Pan Bernardino 4:oop'
j.' 0 0p via 6:40p
4.30P Pasadena 6;00p
«;4«p I-***
COOP ______^_-
T-66'a Santa Ana (:65a
|;l(p Santa Ana 8:25 a
6:05p Santa Ana l:00p
11:65p Santa Ana 6:15p
~7:30a ~" (i •»•
8:55 a Fullerton, 7:053
10:55 a Anaheim. 8:;5»
2:l6i> Orange 10:35 a
5:06p l-'OOP
11:65P »:»0P
7:36a| San Jaclnto, Elalnore, 10.35 a
10:55 a Hemet and Murietta »:30p
10:a5a| Redondo I 4:20»
2:15p Bscondldo l:0Up
8:55 a Fallbrook. 6 !5p
8:66 a San Diego and t:!ss
l:llp Coronadu Beach ■ l:00p
11:65p Surf Line «:15P
7:30 a Randsburg . 7:05 a
(:00p Searchlight and Chloride, T:O»ej
i:(»p Beatty, Rhyollte. Ooldneld, (:!••
and Xonupab. ,
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