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YOUR MONEYS WORTH—HERALD WANT COLUMNS.
- TO LET—Rooms.^F-irnlghed^ ■_■.''■_ Hotel S<evMle: 783-784 8. t-'LOWEII ST, '. One of the finest family hotels In the city. Newly furnished throughout; (team heat, hot and cold water; electrlo lights; European plan. Only a short walk from, Broadway. Phones Main 6519; F6639. 6-1-tf The St Regils Housekeeping apartments. 287 t_. Flower st. Mala 1230; A 7138.' Near business center; at tractive building, cool porches, room phone*, clean, nicely furnished apartments, 113.58 to 825. Single rooms »2.80. *« weeklyi *».»0 to «15 j monthly.-■■-, No children. . 10-4-tf JTOR RENT— AND BOARD; ALL modem convenience*; home cooking; reason able rate*. Phone Broadway 1994. 1227 W. EIGHTH. ■ 4 . 10-14-3 CLEAN FURNIEHED ROOMS, SINGLE and double, $1.76 per week up. 114 hi W. NINTH, between Broadway and Main. / 1-23-tf Cicely FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD —36 per week; gent; private family; 4 blocks from , Hamburger*. 1131 SAN ■ TEE ST. . 10-16-* NICE LARGE SUNNY ROOM SUITABLE fori one or two men; bath; good car service 1619 B. UNION. Phone 22520. 10-16-3 LARGE OUTSIDE ROOM— KlTCll en; also sleeping room*; 82 per week and up. Phone and bath. 1517 S. GRAND AVB. " , •■-.'■■- _ 10-15-3 WANTED — CATHOLIC (NON-SMOKER preferred) to share nice $13 month, front room. 109 S. BUNKER HILL. Phone ■ A 1417, ■ - 10-16-1 SOUTH ROOMS—WITH USB OF SLEEP- Ing porch; 10 minute*" ride; private fam ily; breakfast if desired. 1309 CON STANCE ST. 10-lt-l 1 NICBLT FURNISHED. SUNNY FRONT room In private family, modern in every way, rent reasonable. 328 E. PICO. '... . - 10-16-8 . SMALL. OUTSIDE BEDROOM — LARGE window, clean, airy, quiet resident, man or boy. . 1117 S. HILL; »5 per month. IK _ , ■- - ____i FURNISHED ROOMS— NICB SUITE, •ingle room and sleeping porch; modern. 2.3 8. GRAND AYE. Phone Main 3163. _■■» _______________*_? single OR suite OF furnished rooms; private bath and toilet; good loca tion. Hdwy. 9721. 460 E. FOURTH ST. , - ... - 10-16-3 TWO NICB SUNNY NEWLY FURNISHED rooms In private home; near postofflce; rate* reasonable. 441 W. TEMPLE. ._ 10-16-3 FOR RENT— YOUNO MAN—COMFORT abIe, sunny room, In exchange for one ' hour's work day. 1400 W. EIGHTH. f. -•- 10-16-3 SUITE OF ROOMB. $8.80 PER WEEK; gas, furnished, bath and electric lights; no children. 763 SAN JULIAN. ST. *,y .-;,.».-, -- .--. . - ,■ '. 10-16-1 BUNNY j'URNISHED ROOMS WITH OR without housekeeping; 33 per week; walk : ing distance. 117 8. GRAND AYE. _ ... '.'■>.'.. ■--_, 10-16-1 THE NICOLLET ROOMING HOUSE, 413 Ruth aye.—furnished rooms, $1.60 and up; also for sale. Apply owner. 10-16-3 ' FRONT SUITABLE FOR 1 PRl vate families. 36 to 38; 3 blocks west of Broadway. 135 N. OHIO ST. 10-16-8 FURNISHED ROOM—PRIVATE FAMILY— walking distance, home privilege*. 422 N. HILL. Phone Bdwy. 8401. 10-15-3 HOTEL ST. LOUIS. 661 CENTRAL AYE.— Large outside room*, 81.60 to 63 per week; also housekeeping room*. ,10-16-3 681 8. OLIVE— FURNISHED BUN . Ny front room. Also other rooms, 32-60 ' and 33 per week, Phone F4647. . 10-16-3 FURNISHED ROOMSSUPERIOR ROOMS '- "iw select * locality for gentlemen; also garage. 1009 W. SBVENTH. 10-16-1 FOR RENT—TWO LARGE BUNNY ROOMS, breakfast If desired. . 816 BARTLETT. Second floor; outside entrance. 10-15-1 1 TO 8 BASEMENT ROOMS—FURNISHED or unfurnished; light, airy, gas; (1 per week. 1011 S. GRAND. 10-16-1 FOR RENT—TWO SMALL FURNISHED sleeping room*; price $5 and 67 per month. ' 611 W. ■ FIRST ST. 10-16-1 SUITES OF 1 AND I SINGLE ROOMS — Sunny, good location; walking distance. 1118 B. HILL. 10-15-1 . " " FOR ' RENT FURNISHED ROOMB7-WILL give breakfast or board If desired. PHONE TEMPLB 768. ____!_}!___ "J^O LET—Rooms, Unfurnished ROOMS FOR RENT—3 LINES 3 times. 25 cents. ' > •;; ' : -■•.■■-■'■' '■ ■'■ ' " 10-11-M TO LET—Ap't's., Fur, and Unfur. Housekeeping Apartments . Furnished Complete, «8 to (60 Month. 700 happy famine* live In our apartments. -, VENTILATION, CLEANLINESS, HOME LIKE EFFECTS are unexcelled. T. WIESENDANGER, Owner and Operator. Rental Department. Room* 311-16, 107 S. Broadway. Branoh Office. 1017 W. First St. 10-4-tt WANT 'TO RENT TOUR ROOMS, HOUSES, office*, flat* or apartment*? Use HERALD want column*. 10-1-tf TO LET—Rooms and Board TO LET-GARVANZA VILLA. -LOVELY sunny rooms, good board, large verandas, large ground*, fine place for health and , rest. - Take South Pasadena car to AVE NUE SIXTY-THREE. .'--. 10-13-7 TO LET-GARVANZA VILLA; LOVELY, sunny rooms; good' board; large verandas; , large grounds; finest place for health and rest. Take South Pasadena car. to AYE. 63. ■ • ' - 10-12-7 TO Houses, Furnished ";"(.-.' FURNISHED ' COTTAGE, 6 ROOMS. MOD ern. Solar heater, grape arbor, lots of fruit trees ln - bearing. Would like parties that would appreciate a nice home.. Phone .; ; SOUTH 1397. . - . ■.' -.-., - , ;. 10-14-3 HOUSB OF 8 ROOMS, EASILY ACCES ■ alble .to business district, modern, well and comfortably furnished; lawn, tree* 'and flowers;' garage. PHONE 63161. -" r • ■ '■' ■ '-•■■'•■ t»-i6-tf WANT :TO RENT TOUR ROOMS,' HOUSES,' offices, flats or apartment*? Us* HERALD want columns. \>'.',\ 10-8-tf TO Houses, Unfurnished THE BIG GREEN PADDED 'VANS ' FOR moving. "They know how." - Fireproof ■ storage ' (or ' household goods. L. A. WAREHOUSE CO. SAVES WORRY. 816 Commercial St. Main 106. A 8727. ■/.,,, :■; .. . 10-15-tf FOR RENT—CHEAP TO RIGHT PARTY, 9-room residence, near Vermont and Santa Monica ayes., suitable for large grown up family. B. C. ■ BOWER, " attorney, ■ 711 Union Trust bldg. ■ ...■ 10-13-7 WANT TO RENT TOUR ROOMS. HOUSES, offices, flat* or apartments? Use HERALD want columns. "SSaSBRBMEtfjHwt. .-•' 10-1-tf TO L 4 • " Flat*, ,: Furnished WAN'I TO RENT TOUR i ROOMS, HOUSES, 'J office*. .mis or apartment*?,U»e; HERALD , wantcolumt* ,' 10-8-tf ( ■'■■':■' —~" . rfO LET—Rooms, Furnished _ ROOMS FOR RENT—3 LINES . 3 times, 25 cents. . 10-18-tf ?0 LET— 92S ' WEST THIRTY-FOURTH, three rooms. $8; closets, gas, bath, electrlo ■ lights. _"_}._? TH) LET—Lodging Houses HOTEL FEDORA. 125 B. SECOND—NEW and up-to-date; hot and cold water an steam • heat -ln every room; $1, and up per week. _ 10-6-14 """SITUATIONS WANTED FREE -.v.-v.:,'' --'"' ,/■'.;'•■■ •■■-•..-■■■ 10-15-tf 'JO Storerooms WANT TO RENT TOUR ROOMS, HOUSES, offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD want columns, -..- - 10-8-tf TO Offices / WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES, offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD want columns. 10-8-tf SITUATIONS WANTED FREE W? '-■ •■■ 10-16-tf JVJONEY TO LOAN— v , _ MONEY~TO LOAN Sums of $5000 and upward on residence, apartment and busi ness properties; we can ; place your applications (quickly. ; f(: R. A. Rowan St Co. 200 H. W. Hellman Bldg. Home 1044 ; Main 7096 _ 10-13-tf WE LOAN MONEY To wage-earners and housekeepers, on personal note; (10 and upward. Do you one tne landlord or the grocer? Do you want money for any purpose? You re pay weekly or monthly. No publicity; lowest rates, PARK LOAN * CREDIT CO.. ■ , * • «1« 80. Broadway. , Room 710 »-!J-tf MONI-T TO LOAN '-^V 11000.00 TO (100,000.00 to loan at current rates on city or coun try property. ><.._...,, Bee HENRY W. MELI-JBN. Loan Dept. WRIGHT & CALLENDER COMPANY, ' - 403 South Hill St. 10711 Main 8040. 101"- 10-13-tf MONEY TO LOAN— VALUE ON DIA MONDS. WATCHES. PIANO... FURNI TURE, STORAGE RECEIPTS. O. F. THOMAS. 711 S. BROADWAY, MAIN j, 7( ' .»• 9-30-lmo. MONKX TO LOAN . j.ouo to loan cn~ real estate, city or couo try. I to 1 per cant, amounts to suit. MOY;.R * GILBERT. 301 H. W. Hellmaa Bldg. Horns nhuae AB.._-. Main (474. 10-?-tt WANTED—MONEY. WANT »10,000 ON gilt edge city real estate. W. A. ROB ERTS REALTY CO., . 123 S. Broadway. Ground floor Chamber of Commerce bldg. F6634, Main 45.. 10-11-tt I HAVE »200 TO 350.000 FOR REAL Es tate loans, city or country. Lowest rates. Money waiting. R. W. MOVER. 304 Ftost bldg. F6IITL -■'"•-■ -' - 10-a'" _U IBY TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND women accommodated without delay or pub licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T. Jchn«on Bldg. ■ l-U-tf PRIVATE MONEY. « AND 7 PER CENT, on city or country; straight building ljana EOCKHART * SON. . 301 H. W. Hellman Hldg. A 7.5-. a-27-lmo TO LOAN—33OO, 1400. 1600. 11000. 33000, 16000 and up; current rates; no delay. RAMEY BROS., 327 Story bldg. F2121. Main 8368. I 10-1-lmo. R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDG.. will loan you what you need on real es tate, stocks and' bonds. Building loans a specialty. -. «-»•» TO LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE: NO RED tape; without security; confidential. WEST ' COAST KXCHANGB. 419 Henne Bldg. :.. 10-4-tt DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY until you see me. F. A. NEWTON. 70S O. T. Johnson bldg. ' 10-6-lmo 1600 TO 810,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT, T. — O'BRIEN * CO., Jefferson and Main. ■ ■ - .-.....-. ■ - 3-i-tf gPECIAL NOTICES— YOUR, EYES This Is your opportunity to have your eyes examined by a well known specialist. To those presenting this notice at 333 Security Building. Dr. W. C. Dickson extends the courtesy of free examination and consultation. Special attention paid to eyes of children. RELIABLE OPTICAL CO.. 323-323 Security Building. FIFTH AND SPRING. THIRD FLOOR. - ■ 7-28-tt ROOF REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTEND ed to. All work guaranteed. CALIFOR NIA ROOFING AND SUPPLY CO., 411 E. Seventh st. Main 2420. . F5546. ■ | 10-14-lmo WANTEDLADIES' AND GANTLBMEN'S clothing. Positively highest prices paid. • MAIN 3537; F6988. 6-26-Umo CLOSING OUT 3500 GALLONS OK CAR- | rara paint, 31.50 per gallon. SHEEIIAN'S, * 100 ■S. ' Broadway. . ' - 8-13-tt HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND-HAND tools, clef ng. CHEAP JOHN, 716 E. Fifth. t - * ■ 9-21-lmo AUTOMOBILES— NICE SO^HORSEPOWER POPE TOLEDO chassis; will make fine roadster. See this Sunday or Monday, as it is a great snap ' at 3800, cash or payments. . 1261 S. FIG UEROA ST. . 10-16-16-21 ——--■i mmmmmmmmmm . WE , REPAIR . CARS AT OARAOB OR AT your home by hour or contract at half rate; satisfaction guaranteed. . 2110-13 W. SEV ENTH. Call 63401. .We will save you money. ■ -.'■ ■ 10-14-3t FOR ' SALE—I SECOND-HAND EXCEL eIor, 886, perfect condition. : . . I magneto Indian,' 860. ' ' i ' C. L. SMITH, oorner Eighth' and Olive its. ■'..■. ' . ' .". , I. ; 10-15-2- RAMBLER, " 4-CTLINDI_rR, 5-PASSENOER; nicest . car. of Its size In town: new tires, A No. 1 shape; must be sold. See OWNER. .... 1261 8. Flgueroa st. .: 10-16-18-3t HAVE YOU AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE, for exchange or : otherwise? Then use THE HERALD'S classified automobile columns. • -1. . . -- ■ -■■ ■ ■ -' -— ■ ■•■ ■ -■■■ 10-14-tf LADIES' TAILORS— '. THE .PARK-BERGER . CO. ARE '. LADIES' tailors In the full sense of the term. 612 8. BROADWAY. Forve-Pettlbone , bldg. 9-l-6mo S. ZINKO, THB LADIES' TAILOR. OPERA coats, riding habit*, sts. 456 S. Bdwy,, R. 1-3. ■.» ... -' . ■■- ■• •.*-•■■■ -' 3-l-»mo SANITARIUMS— . __■/[..,_:_.: •.: > .';. X-ii_i W OHA^aliSml'iTAir' Exclusively i for ■ women and ohlldren. Best ■, equipped and homelike hospital In the city for confinement cases. Term* to suit. 1148 Mouth Flower. .. F4138. " '. ' 1-13-tl LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1910. FOR SASuburban Property | POR Suburban Property Hyde Park ' SOUTHWESTERN HEIGHTS The HIDE PARK REALTY COMPANY Is putting on the market the tract In HYDE PARK known as the / .;/.;' SOUTHWESTERN HEIGHTS situated between the old HYDE PARK tract and the LOS ANGELES ' MESA TRACT, % mile west of LOS ANGELES city, on the HIGHEST GROUND BETWEEN CITY AND OCEAN The Blghtliest tract in'the Southwest. FINE VIEW OF CITY AND MOUNTAINS St Mary's academy, costing $200,000, adjoins on the north; cement walks and curbs; streets graded and oiled; shade trees planted in parkways. PRICE OF LOTS $625 up; terms easy, % down, balance In 6, 12 and 18 months, interest only 6 per cent. DON'T WAIT; THEY WILL NEVER BE CHEAPER Take Inglewood car on Redondo line and get off at Elm street and see aße We also have a few of those large lots in the old HYDE PARK tract / from $.:o up; also choice acreage close in; bungalows and cottages for sale. _.yV;-;.' .;■• "". '-, •' Phone West 4181, Grand aye. and Chestnut;. West 766, Grand aye. and .-..'...: ; Elm. ' ' ... die Pari Realty:' Compan y. J ** , 10-15-4 pOR Suburban Property INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW ■ PARK.. .<Ldsls / Water E2ecttrscflty First class restrictions, close In; street curbed and graveled, street trees planted and taken care of for two year.; liberal discount to those who build at once. The flnest soil In , the state. Excellent view, every convenience, lot* of room, flne car service, an Ideal place. YOUR HOME Half Acres $750 Every Lot a Bargain Take the Inglewood Car and Get Off at Pine Street, Inglewood, 1 or Call on Us. INGLEWOOD LAND CO. . Suite 349. 206 S. SPRINO ST. - Me■■.' Telephone*—Main 6913 and. A 8229. 10-12-tf i^-Best of TheA All Inglewood Bungalow Park 10-12-tf 3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 2. or 7 insertions for the Drice of 6. Ask The Herald counter man " , 10-12-tf POR SALE—City Lots and Lands The -City.-: • INGLEWQQD That Grows LAST YEAR 1000 THIS YEAR 2000 GET IN AND RIDE WITH US. 10-10-tf V. ■.■■:,->. I., '_.-'• -.":.»' ;. Go and See Inglewood Bungalow Park '"if.i 10-12-tf . ' 3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 8, or 7 Insertion* for the price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man. . 10-13-tf pOR Irrigated Lands SACRAMENTO. VALLEY IRRIGATION CO. Tho Kuhn California project, the larg est irrigation system ln California, la open . I for settlers. Thousand, of acres of rich . alluvial' soil Irrigated from the Sacra ; mento river Alfalfa grow, over 18 inches high and Is cut six times a year; decid uous and * citrus fruits, walnut* and al monds, berries and grapes, coin and veg etables, and. In fact, everything known to the farm yield beyond belief. -. • - Price,, Inoludlng . perpetual water right, uniformly 8136 an acre; $16 an aore cash, * balance 10 annual payments." Gat free descriptive matter from ua H. L. HOLLISTER & CO.. Sales Agta, , Vernon J. Barlow, Resident Mgr. Suite 606 Central Bldg. Los Angeles. ■-.--*;• -■ 2_____L________. 9-26-tf pOR SALE—Stocks and Bonds OIL MINING AND W INDUSTRIAL, v COM i panlea. Take notice: Guarantee your stock. If you want them to sell. Protect v your Investor and <ho will buy. Full par • ticulars forwarded on request., ■ GRANITE SECURITIES CO.. 618 Bradbury Bldg. 9-8-tf 2000 SHARES OF GOLDEN , STATE \ LIFE . Insurance stock for ' sale. ' Call 'or write .25 S. FOURTH ST.. Alharnbra. Cal. 10-14-7t POR SALE— Business \ Property '.' Buy a Home In Inglewood Bungalow Park 10-U-tf g INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD - for the price of 2, or 7 Insertion* for the price of 8. Ask The Herald counter man 10-12-tf pOR SALE—Poultry, Birds, Dogs' m" ~ * ~^—~J»^*'*^w ■ w mii^^ m—\j-t__f-% FOR SALE— BLUB ANGORA KITTENS; Robin'Adair stock; males $10 to $12.60; females $6 to $7.60. PHONE MAIN 8513 'or F6538. ',■;-. . , . , 10-10-10 FOR HALE—YOUNG LLEWELLYN SET • ,-• t«r '" does, 4 ' months old. from field brok * ■ . en stock. '- F. H. TAYLOR, 911 West *oth -,; gtrsot. ■''",. ....', »-»-U POR Country Property "RED APPLE LAND" , ■zz, , ■ "1250 PER ACRE. ABUNDANCE OF FREE WATER." -.■; '•■ "YUCAIPA VALLEY" Offers an opportunity to you for making money, as well as a healthful home, as Is rarely equaled even 'in California. Hero apple., cherries, pears, peaches, olives and other deciduous fruits have been grown for years and have brought wealth and contentment to the owners. Apple orchard, in the Yucalpa Valley in full bearing are worth from 31500 to 32000 per acre and are paying their own ers from 8500 to $1000 per acre per sea son. We sell this land in tracts to suit. wa-. ter piped to each tract under pressure at $250 per acre, on easy terms. You can make your land pay for Itself by grow ing small fruits and truck while waiting , for your orchard to come into bearing. Best market In' California. ' ' If you have a business that you cannot leave at present BUY THE LAND NOW and have lt planted and cared for and brought Into bearing for you; and should your stocks decline or the panic visit you, your apple orchard will still be mak ing you from $500 to 31000 per acre per ■ season. Excursion* every Tuesday and Friday. Free stereoptlcon lecture at chamber of commerce daily at 3:30 p. m. / For further Information or Illustrated booklet call on or write REDLANDS AND YUCAIPA LAND CO., < ', - 330 W. Sixth St., Los Angeles, Cal., or 209 Orange St., Redlands, Cal.; .nv F5038. . Mfiln 2302. :'i,.'-„;; " '"';<■*. 10-15-lt r— ; ——— « 5-ACRB TRACT AT RICHFIELDSO MIN UTES' RIDE ON , SANTA FE. 11l $1000 :".: 1 Soil will raise anything grown in South ern California. Terms, . one-fourth cash, balance 1. 2 and '.•fl ;•-, 3 years. ..- .-r-. ',"".'■.-" JACOBSTERN 404 Pacific Electric Bldg. - ' -". , " 10-15-1 S| ANTELOPE" VALLEY We handle bargains only, and are In a posi tion to furnish you from 10 to 640 acres, mak ing you prices that will sure enable you to double your money In the next two years. We are showing our faith by buying land n this valley just as fast as we can raise the money. Come and let us show you. ANTELOPE VALLEY REALTY CO. . 106 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, or Lancaster. Cal 10-8-lmo Main 3144. A 8122. 2 Acres Alharnbra Corner of Oarvey and Alharnbra ayes. Best i acre's ln tract. Water and gas. Property on Covlna car line. Adjoining property sell ing for $1150 per acre and up. My price for the two acre* this week only $1750 cash. Lew W. Collins 142 South Spring Street. M.66ol—Phones—lo6Bs. 10-13-3 ~SAN GABRIEL FOR SALE—I, 3 OR 5 ACRES AT $550 PER acre and up; choice foothill land, red loam soil, plenty of water; valuable land for agri culture, fruit* or chicken ranches, one mile east ot San Gabriel car line, on county road. A great bargain. • . T. WIESENDANGER ,V Room 311, 207 8. Broadway. AS-.43, Main 2043. MR. FRYE. , *■«-■- ■10-13-15-16-3 FOR SALE-6H ACRES IN ANAHEIM CITY limits, one block from paving; 8% acres In full bearing walnuts; nice family orchard, , Vi acre open to cultivation, 4-room California house, large barn, - electric light, city water, chicken houses, 300-egg incubator, 300-chlck brooder, ' steam heated, run* for 600 chickens; ) 35000, • Terms, address P. O. BOX 1697, Los Angeles. ">-»-» FOR SALE— IH ACRES, 38 LARGE WAL nut trees, »mall house, H aero In chicken corrals. 3 hen houses, brooder house, 20 fruit tree* set last spring, 8 grape vines, '• 20 . blackberry bushes, strawberries and lawn. See owner. J. H. DAY, corner Buckthorn and Eucalyptus ■_«., Inßle wood. Cal. i Phone 69R. l"-16-* v:^:W;; Look Up ' •■•-'• Inglewood Bungalow Park 10-13-tf NORTH MONETA GARDEN LANDS-ACRE lot* $600; $10 down on contract or deed with one-fourth down; fine .oil; water stock In cluded; 36 • minutes - ride , Redondo electric. .228-8 H. W. Hellman bldg.,. I.' 9-30-tf _ INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD . for the price of Z. or 7 Insertion* for.the price of S. Ask The Herald counter man ... .-....■■,. •■ ..•_.-■-. ; 10-12-tX POR SALE—House* -J_ FOR BALB - : ': High-Class Bungalows , ONLY $250 DOWN BALANCE LIKE rent Handsome 6 and 7 room, strictly modern, new bungalow; large lot that commands an uninterrupted view of the surrounding hills and mountain.; cement porch and steps, -args veranda, waxed oak and maple floors throughout; woodwork In Flemish oak finish: I dainty living room, with built-in scats and bookcases, handsome brick mantel and lighting fixtures equal In elegance and de sign to those found In $8000 residences; built in buffet 8 feet wide; leather paneling ln living room and -dining room; an Ideal French kitchen, equipped with cupboards, flour bins and drawers; screen porch and laundry tray; bat.i with lavatory and con veniently built-in dressing case; bedrooms also have built-in dressers, large beveled plate glass mirror; latest sanitary plumbing; 1 anl wood ln bedrooms, bath and kitchen white enamel; ln fact, every one of its rooms has new and interesting features, and the living rooms are so coztiy arranged; gas, electric lights, lawn and shade trees also In. These house, have been carefully built by day labor and are delightful homes. You will agree with me If you see them. \ See OWNER 616 N. New Hampshire Heliotrope drive car to Clinton aye.; go 1 east two blocks. j !■_-:■."■ 10-15-2t ! FOR SALE-6-ROOM CALIF. HOUSE ON ! ! 67TH ST.; large lot, garden; furnished; 31600. j 6-room bungalow on Denver aye.; lawn, flowers, large lot; bargain"; 32200. HOBSON REALTY CO., Corner 47th and Moneta. I South 6476. 10-14-Jt ! Invest In Inglewood Bungalow Park ) 10-12-tf FOR SALE—MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE, | good as new; lawns, fruit trees, etc.; con-j venient to 3 car line*. Price very rea- | sonable. Apply OWNER, 829 E. Eighteenth I St. . 10-15-3t 8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the | price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man I 10-12-tf STORY AND A HALF MODERN BUNGA- Iow at East Hollywood. For full partlcu lars PHONE 59:86. 10-13-3 pOR SALE— Hotels, Lodging Houses FOR SALE—2O ROOM COMPLETELY furnished house. Westlake district. Own er leaving city. No agents. Address BOX 337, HERALD OFFICE. 10-10-7 POR SALE—Orange Qroves > Visit lp|. ,;■ Inglewood Bungalow Park 10-13-tf pOR SALE—Live Stock A^ FOR SALE-BUCKSKIN MARE, 7 YEARS old; good for solicitors or route work; good traveler and In good condition; also buggy and harness: will sell reasonable. Call Broadway 8524. 1219 GIRARD. 10-9-tf POR SALE—Musical Instruments A. O. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON ST. Pl anus sold, rented, tuned; very low rates, 8-12-tt y^OR SALE— Miscellaneous Lumbcrl Lumbers.. Lumber! Ks "^ 1 "Bate Tubs" [ I 2 Toilets,. Sinks : - * I WashBasins 1 £ i Big Sacrifice Sale = We carry all kind, of pipe and can fill any order at half the price of new. We guaran tee ■-.'.",-.. OUR PIPE n^f} See us about new lumber. STANDARD LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. Yard 1563-88 Industrial St.. near' Alameda. | Successors to Frank L. Peok Co. : 1-6444 Main 3332. 10-15-1 WANTED—YOU TO KNOW WE PRINT 1000 good bond letterheads for 52.60—special. PENN PRINTERY. 2616 Pasadena aye. 10-8-lw FOr""sALH—ONE RETURN TICKET TO Salt Lake City. Good until October 26. inquire 21824. 10-16-1 FOR BALE—FIHE-PKUUK SA_'B CHEA*. ANDERSON 813 V Main st «-16-tf POR EXCHANGE— Estate FoTTT-XCHANGE- Store and bakery few miles out on Long Beach (Salt) Lake .R. R.), one acre with buildings; good bouse, store and barn; store ; will inventory about $3000; buildings and i ground $3000, Includes live stock and every- | thing on the place. Will exchange to full value of $6000. ■ , ' ' About 4 acres good land ln center of town on R. R. between Los Angeles and beach; flowing well, fruit trees, fenced and divided Into lots; $3000, mortgage 51000. Will trade equity for Los Angeles. 40 acres fine land, same locality, to lease, 8250 per year, or will .ell cheap or trade, 7 room house, plenty of water, near beet fac tory; can grow anything. See CAREY. Bowen Realty Exchange 210 Story Bldg. •' F2256, Main 7342. 10-15-1 FOR EXCHANGE—3I ACRES; WILL RE linqulsh claim and assign water stock with Improvement*. Some cleared. House, well, wagon, horse, lots of tools, best of land and with one of the best water sys tems ln the United States. ■ Costs $75 per acre; ten years, to pay it, without Inter est. Free water ln your old age. Don't overlook this opportunity to get one of the best farms that can be had so very cheap. Join our next homeseekers' party. $12.35 round trip. C. H. KENT, 448 Chamber-of Commerce bldg. F1468. I-,../.; 10-15-2 FOR EXCHANG7—NEW MODERN HOUSE ln San Pedro for a house and lot in ,• Oarvanza. Glendale or Eagle Rock. 524 . RUTH AYE. 10-13-3 FOR EXCHANGE—WB CAN EXCHANGE your property, no matter where located. SLACK & COMPANY, 418-20 Grand bldg. ' ; _ ■ ...;.:. 10-14-17t POR EXCHANGE—Miscellaneous FOR EXCHANGE—KEEP YOUR CASH | and trade with me for your groceries and millinery. What have you? DUBObL, 701 Grosse bldg F1167. l<)-11- Hit BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES— FARMERS. NOTICE - PROVED MONEY maker; flne dairy ranch; building*. 400 acres ii alfalfa; bargain; owner retiring. STACY, 804 Fay bldg.. Third and Hill sts., F2115. , 10-7-eod-tf WILL MAKE YOU MONEY: LARGE COR- I ncr at, harbor reduced to $3100; owner needs ' money: - < 31350 cash, balance :6 . per. - cent. STACY. 804 Fay bldg. F2116. 10-7-eod-tf m~m _„_-,.., Summer School College of Fine Arts. U. S. C. All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request. W. L. JUDSON, Dean. . ci i 1 i.v* 1226 Alvarado Street MiSS WinS S SChOOI Day an d boarding school. All grades and departments.fromg^gSß«gjffifflffi Sid" teachers'. of pupils SepL 19 and » Call today for Illustrated catalogue. _ SSI ft __. __.____•_•*•■« PASADENA— Polytechnic high school-- Throop Acaoßiny g |gg^g^ * ew r" S-x-SS* m. 953-5-7 W. Seventh e _Z)tet__?__-oVI St. Both Phones. £%r~~ r--; jos. W. H. Camp, COMMERCIAL Mgr. COLLEGE \ Fall term now ln progress. Dally en rollments. Free catalogue Night classes in bookkeeping and ahorthana. German, English Shorthand By experienced teacher. Terms moderata 730 W. 31st St. Phone South 4436. _J____m_____\ i 7 111 Wr^-m^ 1 Business College. Northeast corner EI»ul-_ . and Hill street*. Finooj Mala 611. SEND FOB FULL INFORMATION. (th Floor. Hamburger Bldg.. Lob Angeles, mon-tu-thur-sat-tf WANTED—STUDENTS, 35 MONTH "GREGG" shorthand, bookkeeping, banking, •day or night. Positions. NATIONAL BUSINESS ' COLLEGE, 608 Cham. Commerce. 10-12-lmo BOYNTON NORMAL PREPARES DECEM ber .ounty examinations; grammar cer tificate; enter now. 625 STIMSON BLK Broadway 1913; A 1940. »■»•'' HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT alogue describing bookkeeping and short hand? Y. M. C. A. '•"•tt LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE. 41- W. Fifth St. E. E. SHRADER. Ph. D., president since 1890. ________]__—. BROWNSBEROER COMMERCIAL , COL. lege, 953-7 \V. 7TII. Send for catalogue. PERSONALS, BUSINESS— "morphine OPIUM, COCAINE and all drug habits cured at home by the mjst ri-narkable remedy ever discovered. No hypodermlo Injections; no pain, j A cure cr no pay. Call c write SO. CAU CHEM ICAL CO., 202*4 '■ Broadway, rooms 206-208. Los Angeles. 8-10-tf Iny ONE KNOWING THE WHERE about* of George Freeman Bradley, who was last heard of by his family In Erlo. Pa will do a great favor by notifying MISS NELLIE BRADLEY, care general delivery. Lake Charles, La. 10-9-lmo MRS. MASSON, THE NOTED LONDON palmist. 322 S. SPRING, over Owl drug store. 11-3«-tI Physicians—;.:_t'.i;': t ir';l >:v '':-■' DOCTOL- SHORES AND SHORES ARB strictly rellab.e expert medical specialists In the cure of deafness, catarrh and all manner of chronic nervous and blood diseases of men, women and children. 17 years of continuous success, with a record of over 100,000 treated. MAKE NO MISTAKE Their new offices In the H.:>- NE BLDG.. Third and Spring st*., have every modern equipment. Take elevator or easy stairs to ROOMS 222 to 225, and con sult DOCTORS SHORES FREE. Term* for treatment low and uniform. $3 A MONTH for all cau-irh. chronic disease*; medicines free. Hours, » to 6, evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays, 19 •o 12. All examination tree this week. 9-17-U Dr. C. C. Logan. Oculist. 603 Grant Bldg. ' 8-l»-tf TYPEWRITERS— 2^jl2ju3TfißßUi£T~T¥p--^ Prices lowest In Ul* city. Regular $3 rental machines reduced to U.M monili. or thieu month*, for IL _'_-'_, LOB ANGELES TYPEWRITER KXCHANGS Branch AMERICAN RITING MACHINE CO., AI9IL I*B "■ Broadway. Main 3969. : :,_. ..\._: ■ ._,..,;«'=••.',.•• M-t» .NEW OLIVER TYPEWRITER. VISIBLE, I cost at factory $100. You can buy one for $30. Apply Room 11. 244W SOUTH BROAD ! WAY. 10-9-16t LOST AND FOUND— V USE HERALD WANT ADS FOR LOST AND found articles. .„: 10-8-tf LOST^IN SAWTELLE, ' A BUCKSKIN mare, blind ln the left eye, a leather holder. H. L. WISE, 1326 Los Vegas at., Los Angeles. 10-"- 3 LEGAL NOTICES— Dissolution of Partnership Notice la hereby given that on the ' 33d day of September, 1910. William E. Osgood ; sold to F. W. Jackman all his Interest In the Acme Electric Laboratory or Auto Works, located at 1019-1021 S. Main st., In the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of California. * 10-8-15-22-29-4t RAILWAY TIME TABLE SALT "LAKE ROUTE . All train* dally except as noted. a Sunday only; w Week days only- Leave First Street station [Arrive Los Angeles Limited —Ameri | can Express Overland Express! 10:80 a Chicago, St. Louis. St. Paul, 4:80p 2:00p Omaha. Kansas City. I J:3op 8:OOp Denver and Salt Lake 1 _____?_. |:25al San Bernardino. 8:00 a 11:00 a Colton. 8:36 a 3:00p '!'i\ Riverside. 10:41 a : l;40p Ontario l:J5p 6:24p and JlfiS jiOOp Pomona '45 ■: 7'iOp - T .; 6> l "" ' ~~ ; : ~ I 8:l°* B.loa* ' Long Beach . I 0:15« B*soa _, ' ilia ;JJ!S. . Sa^eW, ; |g , JiJ Ban Padro 1 '.' l: -OP „ :—. r ,?,??° ">:6OaT Banta CataUna Island I «:s»p "«:#»ol Searchlight, Goldfleld I »:00a gATHS— ____, PERSONAL -SULPHUMB, VAPOR. BBA ■alt baths, scalp treatments, 10 to 10. F7519. BADGER TOILET PARLORS, Room 225, 702 b. -?rlng *-*«->* U»H 8. BPRINO, BUITB (-CHIROPODT^ electricity, massage, vapor and shower bath*. • 8-8- MASSAGE, RATHE, CHIROPODY. EXPERT ar«l-tanta JEAN LUNN. 620 8. Bway. 2-17-tf ASSAYING— /ciH^-^^iAN. 282.4 8. Mate. Not *at_» faction, hut accuracy guaranteed. 12-22-tf RAILWAY TIME TABLE , '^:J SOUTHERN PACIFIC From Aroad* Station, Fifth and Central aye. Leave l. A"'. * ■ 8:00* Saa Frano_*co via Coast Lino, 8.46 a 8:15 a San Luis Obl*po. Pa*o Robles, (:30a 2:3opDel Monte, Monterey, Santa t:(0p ; 8:16p Cru*. . San Jo** and east. •'•*». 3joop|_ ■'■'•- ' UAH. I San Francisco and Mojav*. «30p Bacramento, Oakland, via . ■ 7:35 a 8:30p Bakersgeld and Fresno 3:16 a 7:30* Fresno, > ~" I J: "* ; 8:00p '■> Bakerfleld (:00a 8;30p and Mojave^ Bj2op J Chicago, Kan. City, St. Louis.l , 8:45p Golden State Limited, . (:3fp COOp The California via li»j> Tuma. Benson. Bl Paso " |~bv«riai_d —New Orleans via I Tuma, Benson, Maricopa, 13:01p Tucson. Bl Paso. Ban An- l'.SSp tonlo and Houston lt:01p| Tuma, Tucson, Benaen, T^:Tja t:00p Lordsburg, Doming, 7 lor 7:00p •_ Bl Paso : 130p ■jMi " ■ |> •§«• 8 -o»a Banta Barbara, 11:50* 8:15 a '• and _\._ 1:46p Ventura T:3sp 2:36p ('Not Ventura.) • (:3Jp 7:3op___ H'4ii» 8:16 a Oxnard. Banta Susana, *~8:30a 8:35p Moorpark. ' Somls, • » 11:30* 7:80p Camarlll*.- 2:30p 1 ('Oxnard only.) • 7:35p Sar-ta Paula via Saurn*. (:45a Camulos, Pint. Fillmore, 11:50 a 1:45p Satlcoy, Montalvo, ■ 7:S6p Carplnterla. 6ummerland ■' ■ - ■■' 8:16 a Nordhoff . , • I 3:80p j:36p Nordhoff • ' "", T_*tß 7:45 a ~~~ ; •! j:?^*' 8:65 a Pomona ' • 7:15* 13:01p .—■'"■■' Colton 7:15 a 3:00p Riverside, Redland* and 3:35 a 4:00p Ban Bernardino, :■«• 11:35* 6:60p ('Not Riverside, Redland* l:30p <:16c or Ban Bernardino) (:35p 7:10p B'ssa| Covin* 11:35* 8:45p Covin* 7:10p " 7:45a| Chlno ■t - I iHI-a. 4:00p Chlno > 5:85_» |:55a Santa Ana, Anaheim. Downey] 3:30* 11:15 a and Norwalk 2:15p l:00pa* Buena Park. West . a* 3:00p |:10p Anaheim, West Orango 4:139 ("Downey only.) - ' ■ " 8:55* Newport Beach ' I 4:60p ~17»5a]» Los Aiamltos ■ a 4:ll0p "sTila Brawley, Imperial, T 3:30 a 7:00p ' Bl Centro. Calexloo ■ (:55p "TToTa Ban- Pedro-Com»ton 'Ill Us*' (:20p * (Via Long Beaoh) 4:36p "jToSaT* Long Beach-Compton 111:48* 8:30p ('Via San Pedro) 3:38p 9:05 a Santa CataUna Island | 4:85p 8:45al . . , ! .'. I 7:08*; 7:60 a Fernanda \ .'-. * (140* 1:46p •> 11:10* 5:00p ('Motor) . 7:35p 3:3 0 \ *•■*_* "sTioaT* Chat»worth Park.. ml 3:45p (See note.) . ■■ ' I (Note —To and from River I station only.) ' • All train* dally except those marked a* follows: "a" Sunday* excepted; "b" Sun day* only. ' '-• " '■■'•■■ BANTA FB ~ ~- —"si lAmT,a "~ . I Eastern California Limits*-, —1 18:00 a dally, Chicago via Denver 8:tt» • and Kansas City ' I Overland. Express—Dally (•OOp Chicago via Denver and 8:3»« Kansas City I Eastern Express—Dally 7:30 a Chicago via Denver and 7:83*) Kansas City : ' ' 1 Tourist Flier— Dally I' . (:00a Chicago via Denver and 3:35 a Kansas City ■- ■ "* ~ Kite Shaped—Going via I - (■(o* Pasadena. Return via , 8:30p Santa Ana Canyon. ■ ,7.86 a Redlands via Pasadena ]10:00*j 3'Boa Redlands via Pasadena l:80p 2-OOp Redland* via Pasadena 6:40p 4:80p Redlands via Pasadena 1:*0» 7.30 a! Redlands via Orsnge |10:15n i0155a Redland* via Orsnge l:30p —; r~" ~ Riverside via j l:00p 7-85 a •■'■■'"' Pasadena 3:40p "TTsbal RlVersid* Z 7:06 a 8:0 3 Orango . •___£_! ,«. Corona 7:06* -»•:"• _, vl* ■'■'■■■'■' "t'llt 6 :05p Orange ':108 - 7 : Jo( f' ten Bernardino I 7:05* »="" « v,» * ■ ■■, 10:33* toll Orango ' 3:30p -fli»if " ! ~~_7l__* B<Boa 10:00* 10 oos ■*» Bemardlna 4:00p "loop via 6:40p 4., 0p Pasadena COOp 2:00P ' "856 a Banta Ana (:55a • :16p Bant* Ana - - 8:25* j-O&p Banta Ana l'.oop H:B6p '__ Banta An* 3:18p -7:30.1 ~~ " ; Tfl" (<6sa Fullerton. 7:05 a Jo:6oa : Anaheim. 8:36 a Clip Orang* 10_6a 5 : 05.p Ji" -11:65 t:S*. I:iit Ban Jacinto, Elalnoro, 10:3_* 10:65 a Hsmet and Murl.tta ' 3:30p Jo:36a| ' Redondo - , 4:30* t:l6p ""~ " Bacondldo 1:»»« ' 8:65 a Fallbrook. 3'llP 8:65 a Ban Diego and 4 4 c 8:15p Coronado Beach l:0fp 11:65p Surf Lin* (:l(f 7:30 a Rand*burg 7:06« 3:o*p| Searchlight and Chloride. j »:•*•_ •tM»t Boatty. Rhyollte. Ooldfleld. I lltM I and i TouepaJS. 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