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iEEALB i
(: GLASSIFIEi ;
\ LINERS I
I'nder more than one hundred special
headings, The Herald offers Its classi
fied advertisers real value In the wny of
publicity. The needs of every business
house,, office, factory and home have en-
I tered into oonslderatlon when the list
was compiled. .
1 1' I You want soroetnlnu that classified
liners will get for you. others want some
thing that ><>v have for snle. ExrhnnßO
1 what you don't want for something you
' do want.
i If you are seeking a position In any
I honest field of endeavor The Herald will
i publish jour request free of charge.
| i In placing your classified advertising
you should consider quality of circula
l tion as well as quantity.
I The Herald does not claim the largest
I circulation in the city, but it does Claim,
, and can prove to .yon. that as an adver-
Using medium it is second to none. Try
1 it for results.
ADVERTISERS
/ The Herald reserves the right to re
vise advertisements and to reject or omit
i and refund the amount paid.
The Herald will not he responsible for
I more than one Incorrect insertion of any
I advertisement ordered for more than one
time. ,
Advertisers should read receipts given
by The Herald in payment for "liners,
1 as no mistakes can he rectified without
1 them.
Rates for Classified Ads.
IF TRETAID
i 1 cent per word each Insertion,
i 3 Insertions for price of two.
7 Insertions for price of five.
1 No advertisement taken for less than 10*".
' For contract, solicitors and advertising
advice rail
SUNSET MAIN 8000
', HOME 10211
\i And ask for classified advertising man
j ager.
; BRANCH OFFICES
! LONG BEACH
Ocean and Pine streets.
! OCEAN PARK
i 7 Trolleyway, between Pier Aye. and
i Marine St. 1,. A. F. Bldg. ,
1 PASADENA
tO W. Colorado street. (
\< SAN BERNARDINO !
438 Court street. I
\ SANTA ANA !'«
315 N. Sycamore street. i
3JJNINQ— __,__-^JI
CAMPMEETING GULCH
In the early days of California were very
rich placer diggings, the gulch bavins been
worked over, up to the quartz ledges. Since
then great quartz mines have taken out
millions near the property of the Camp
meeting Mining and Milling Co., located In
the great Tuolumne mining district. The
great Rawhide mine has produced over
$6 000,000; Jumper, $5,600,000; Conudrnco, 15,
-000 000; Harvard, $2,300,000; Shawmut, *ii,
-000,000; App mine, $0,600,000; Soulsbyvllle, $0,
-000,000, and many others have made good.
From all Indications and Investigation the
Campmcetlng Gulch mine looks like a fine
investment. Now this Is your opportunity
to get In on a real ground floor proposition.
We advise our clients to subscribe lor tills
stock at once. Now selling at :ue per share.
We have only a small block of this stock,
and It will advance shortly. Call or write
for full particulars. Southern Finance Co.,
207 B. Broadway, room 021. 10-22-7
' CAPITAL
procured for manufacturing concerns, th»
development of mints, oil, gas, coal and
limber properties. Companies of i,.erit
liruinced and promoted. Stocks and 1' n Ifl
bought. Call or write. SOUTHERN FI
NANCE CO.. 207 S. Broadway, Room 621.
10-21-7t
AUTOMOBILES—
FOP SALE—ORIENT RUNABOUT, FINE
condition, good car for delivery service;
good tires, will carry 600 pounds easily.
$150. Call at 424 B. SANTA BARBARA
.we. 10-25-27-2!»-3t
FOR SAL.X—FRENCH RACING CAR; A
dandy little 4-cyllnder, 82-h p. car, and can
do 60 miles an hour; worth J600; will take
1300. 1361 DE LONG ST. 10-25-1
HAVE YOU AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE,
for exchange or otherwise? Then use THE
HERALD'S classified automobile columns.
10-14-tf
FOR SALE—SIO; SCHEBLER CARBURETOR
and check valve, 1-ln., new; cost $17.86. i-:i
B. BROADWAY. I"---'5
J3A I MS—
PERSONA^ - SULPHUME. VAPOR, SEA
salt baths, scalp treatments, 10 to 10. F7519.
BADGER TOILET PARLORS, Room 225, 70»
b. .prlnc »-8«-M
MISS ANITA HELDMAN, 814 SANTEB ST.,
two blocks east of Main. Salt baths, electric
baths and treatment. 10-IU-tf
MISS LOLA HILL. 70S CROCKER ST.,
tub baths and alcohol rubs. Hours 10 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 10-20-tt
jIJVi si SPRING, SUITE B—CHIROPODY,
•lectriclty. mv:>; 1, vapor and shower baths.
6-»-tl
MASSAGE. BATHS. CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants .TK^N LUNN. 620 S. Bway. 2-J7-H
STORAGE—
large: private. locked. IKU.S
rooms for furniture, etc.; $1.60 and $2 per
month. Trunks, boxes, etc., 25a to COo.)
open vans, $6 per day, or 73c per hour.
We pack and ship h Behold goods every
where at reduced rates. COL YEAR a
VAN AND STORAGE CO.. offices 509-U
8 Main St. Warehouse 415-17 fciaa Pedro
St. Phones F3I7U Main 1117. 3-25-tf
HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVED IN' MOD
em vans. Shipped, stored in clean ware
houses. Private rooms. Coal and wood.
BHATTUCK & NIMMO Ninth and Ala
meda streets. 1-au-tu-w-tr-tf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LAWYER'S ADVICE FREE
Suite £3(i H. W. Hellman Bldic-. Fourtli
and Spring.
General practice of law in all its branches.
Civil and criminal cases conducted In all
courts. Charges moderate. Confidential.
I'J-IS-Jmo
SPECIAL, INVESTIGATIONSPERSONAL
injury claims specialty; estates settled, J.
W. MACY, G3S Douglas bldg Phones:
A 8533. Main 8533. tf
TOADIES' TAILORS—
!■ ZINKO, THE LADIES' TAILOR. OPERA
C3&ts, riding habits, «'.-:. 4K> B. 8.1wy,, H. 1-S.
9-i-6mo
JOHN HERMAN, 252% ■. Main. Not satis
faction, but accuracy U'uaranleeil. 12-22 tf
(JHURCH NOTICES—
. .VIEL HALL. 227 P. MAIN— PRAY
pr meeting dally; gospel meeting every
night 8-t-tf
risTS—
Dr. Bachmann, 203-206 Majestic Tlirntec
Uldg., 842 U. UUivay. ioU»l; Main ;;ki«.
7-1-tt
(MESSPOOLS—
' iHPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPINO CO.—
MmW» take out largest lead. west &3!>S;
Bf 22040. ;-io-tt
r[^OST AND FOUND—
LOST-SUBSCIUPTION BOOK. PLEASE
deliver or write to 725,2 E. 25T11 BT. or
Phoaa South ,r3». 10-25-1
7 j\XONEY TO LOAN— t ■
\ * '
I
MONEY~TO LOAN
Stuns of $5000 and upward on
residence, apartment and busi
ness properties; we can place
your applications quickly.
R. A. Rowan «5t Co.
200 H. W. Hellman Bjdg.
\ Home 1044 Main 7096
10-13-tt
! WE LOAN MONEY
i To wage-earners and houcskceper*. on
I personal note; $10 and upward. Do you I
I one tne landlord or the s-rocer ? Da you 1
want money for any purpose? You re
pay weekly or monthly. No publicity;
lowest rates.
PARK LOAN 6 CREDIT CO..
424 So. Broadway. Room 710
l-.'l-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
$1000.00 TO $100,000.00
to loan at current rates on city or coun
try property.
See HENRY W. MELLBN. Loan Dept.
WRIGHT & CALLENDER CO.
403 South Hill St.
Home phone 10745. Main 8040.
10-13-tf
IF TOU OWN A GOOD LOT WE WILL
take a three-year mortgage for the price
of the house at 7 per cent Interest; no
commission or delay. Plans free.
E. S. WILLIAMSON CO.,
202-204 .Grant Bldg.
10-2t-:5-26-27-4t
MONEY TO LOAN—FULL VALUE ON DIA
MONDS, WATCHES, PIANO,«. FURNI
TURE, STORAGE RECEIPTS. O. F.
THOMAS. 711 S. BROADWAY. MAIN
(I7J. v B-30-lmo.
MONEY TO W.«
. >.000 to loan on real estate, city or cone.
-\ try I to 1 per cent, amounts to suit.
WOYiJR * GILBERT, 30] H. W. Hellmas
Bide, Hum „iiiin« ABS;7; Main (474.
• * 10-I->f
, WANTED —MONEY. WANT 110,000 CDs
gilt edge city real estate. W. A. ROM
1 ERTB REALTY CO., 128 S. Broadway.
1 Ground floor Chamber of Commerce bldg.
I F6524, Main 469. 10-9-tt
1 J HAVE $200 TO $50,000 FOR REAL Ed
i tate loans, city or country. Lowest rates.
i Money waiting. R. W. MOVER. 104 Frost
i bide F3107. 10-6-tt
■ »i JET TO LOAN—SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. BOUTUEKN CREDIT CO. 411 O. T.
Johneor. Bids. 3-14-tf
PRIVATE MONEY. 6 AND 7 PER CENT,
on city or country; straight building
1 loans. EOCKHART & SON. 601 H. W.
Hellman Bide. A 7852. 8-27-lmo
TO LOAN—S3OO, $400. $500. $1000. (2000,
15000 and up; current rates; no delay.
RAMEY BROS., 327 Story bids. F.'l2i,
Main 9356. 10-1-lmo.
R. W. POINDEXTEH, 409 WILCOX BLDG..
will loan you what you need on real es
tate, stocks and bonds. Building loans a
specialty. 5-9-tf
MONEY TO LOAN—HAVE YOU MONEY
to place on city real estate security? MR.
WJSLLS, 404-5 Union Trust Bldg. F5427.
10-25-1
TO LOAN-SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Henna Bide.
io-4-tt
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY
until you Bee me. F. A. NEWTON. 70s
O. T. Johnson bids. 10-5-lmo
$600 TO $10,000 TO LOAN AT I PER CENT.
T. I* O'BRIEN * CO.. Jefferson and Mala.
t »-tl
SPECIAL NOTICES—
This is your opportunity to have your eye*
1 examined by a well known specialist. To
those presenting this notice at 328 Security
Building:. Dr. W. C. Dickson extends the
courtesy of free examination and consultation.
Special attention paid to eyes of children.
.RELIABLE OPTICAL CO..
828-329 Security Building.
FIFTH AND SPRING, THIRD FLOOR.
7-5»-tt
HAVE YOU 50c?
If you have, come In and take your choice
of my sample jewelry line In my window.
Articles worth up to $3. I exchange any
article not entirely satisfactory. Christmas
is coming. Better come early.
The New York Drummer
221 Mercantile Place
10-25-1
ASTROLOGER PFUHI*—CLASSES INI
healing anil astrology. Teaches medical |
astrology His own system and technique
of astrology. 713 B. FLOWER ST.
10-20-6
ROOF REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTEND
ed to. All work guaranteed. CALIFOR
NIA ROOFING AND SUPPLY CO., 411 .
E. Soventh St. Main 2426. F6546.
10-14-lmo
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Printed In fine style for $2.60 a cabinet. Com
mercial printing reasonable. PENN PRINT
ING CO., 2616 Pasadena aye. 10-23-7t
PAINTING, PAPERING AND TINTING
done at very reasonable prices; satisfactory
work. GREENBLATT. Phone AD73:,. 10-23-3
WANTED —LADIES' AND G£NTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAIN 3597; FD936. 6-26-12 mO
CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint, $1.50 per gallon. SHEEHAN'S,
100 S. Broadway. 6-18-tf
PATENTS AND PATENT AGENTS
OPEN WEDNESDAY UNTIL 9 P. M.
MARTELL & WELLS,
652-! Germain Bldß. Phono F47CI.
American and Foreign Patents and Trade-
Marks.
You can make money by patenting good
Inventions.
Bring In your model or sketch and obtain
our opinion as to patentability Free of
Charge.
125 years' experience In obtaining patents.
Bend for "Our Special letter on Patents."
10-23-25-27-29-4t
PIONEER PATENT AGENCY. HAZARD &
6TRAUSE. ESTABLISHED 32 VSARS.
American and foreign patents secured and
trademarks registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 033 Citizens National Hani
Building. Third and Main. Homo A 1493;
Main 2522. PATENT BOOK FREE.
2-S-tf
, }. S. ZERIIE. SOLICITOR, UNITBP STATES
and foreign patents; 40 years' experience.
622-3 Btimso-i Dl If . Third and Main. Phone
A 5344. 10-6-tf
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
tries. A. 11. LIODERB, patent lawyer and
solicitor, 612 Am. Bank bldg., 2d and Spring.
10-IG-tf
PHYSICIANS—
• DOCTORS WHORES AND SHORES ARE
strictly reliable expert medical specialists in
the cure of deaXnuSß, catarrh and oil manner
of chronic nervous and blood diseases of men,
won.en and children. 17 years of continuous
success, uith ii record of over 100,000 treated.
MAKE NO MISTAKE. Their new offices In
•.he II NE ULUG.. Third and Spring sts.,
have every modern equipment. Take elevator
or easy ttalrs to ROOMS 222 to 225, and con
-BUlt DOCTORS BHOREb FREE, Terms for
treatment low and uniform, $3 a MONTH tot
all cau-rrh, chronic diseases; medicines free.
Hours, I to 0, evenings, 1 to 8; Sundays, 10
.o 12. All examination free this week.
9-17-tt
Dr. C. C. Logan, Oculist. tO2 Grant Bide.
8-13-tf
SANITARIUMS—
THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Exclusively for women and children. Best '
1 equipped and homelike hospital In the city
for confinement caHRs. Terms to *ult. 1245
Couth Flower. F4134. 1-12-tt
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1910.
WANTED—MaIe Help
WANTED UPHOLSTERERS; GOOD WAGES,
steady work. Apply BARKER BROS. UP
HOLBTERT SHOP, Palmetto and Carolina |
sts. 10-23-3 '
WANTED — INEXPERIENCED MEN TO
work at electricity, automobiles, plumbing j
or bricklaying on actual buildings same
as real Journeymen. Secure us that you
will remain and work and we wilt teach
you a trade In a few months time with
out expense. Free -catalogue. UNITED
TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO..
658 Pacific Electrlo bide. 10-1-tf
WEALTHY CORPORATION DESIRES DE
pendable man to manage office UT NORTH;
splendid opening; salary paid; must Invest j
$2500; fully secured; references required. Ad- 1
dreps DR. E., Lock Box 613, Ban Bernardino.
10-S-tf
Cards $1.00 Per 1000
Other printing In proportion. HARRINGTON,
Printer, IMM B. Spring. Al4OO. 10-20-lmo
WANTED— FIRST-CLASS BENCHMAN
for country planing mill; must be able to do
some machine work; a young man with fam
ily preferred. Call In person. Don't bother
us unless you can put up the goods, TIFAL
BROS., Monrovia, Cal. 10-20-3t
COMPETENT MAN DESIRES POSITION
with private family; thoroughly understands
the driving and care of automobile or horses,
care of garden, etc.; best of references. BOX
138, Herald. 10-23-5
WE TEACH YOU "5 TRAD3S: AUTOMO
biting, surveying, electrical engineering,
plumbing and bricklaying. Call at 2110
W. SEVENTH ST. . 10-20-lmo
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf
LINOTYPE OPERATOR WHO CAN ALSO
work at case. Address or phone INDE
PENDENT, Santa Barbara.^ 10-25-1
BRIGHT BOY WITH WHEEL WHO
knows the city well. Apply at once, 121
NORTH KROADWAY. 10-25-1
BICTCLB8 — TIRES AND* SUP
plies at <?«h prices. KNIGHT'S, 134 North
Spring. 9-2jJ-tf
WANTED—BOT TO LEARN THE TAILOK
ing trade. W. JOHNSON, 829 S. Main st.
10-22-3 '
WANTED-e INTELLIGENT, HONEST MEN.
Apply to J. D. LOGAN. Herald office. 9-l«-ti
WANTED—BOT WITH WEE!. R. W. .
PRIDHAM. 11» Center st. 10-19-6 j
\\ ANTED—Female Help
WANTED — TELEPHONE OPERATORS;
experience unnecessary; salary while
learning. Apply SIXTH FLOOR ESII- ;
MAN BLDG., 324 W. Seventh St.
10-2J-2 weeks
WANTED— LADIES. BEAUTY CULTURE,
pays big; learn right, salary guaranteed .
"FLORENTINE." the world's largest. HI ,
Mercantile plfice. corner Broadway. 8-3-tf
SITUATION WANTED AS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf ;
YOUNG WOMAN TO WORK FOR BOARD
and room in good home. Must be neat.
Call morning. 900 W. EIGHTEENTH ST. '
10-2S-3 '
WANTED—GOOD GIRXi FOR LIGHT
housework. 618 W. TENTH ST. lu-23-j <
ANTED—HeIp, Male and Female
WANTED—MAN AND WIFE TO WORK
on small farm. Man must be experienced
fanner, wife good cook. Give references
and experience. Answer BOX 11, STA- ;
TION C, LOS ANGELES. 10-20-7
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN -
the barber trade; guaranteed in eight weeks. <
Catalogue rte. Mohler Barber College, 12}
E. Second st. 9-14-tf
;
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. , 10-IS-tf .
I
WANTED— Agents
WANTED — SUBSCRIPTION SOLICITORS
for Sunset magazine with building lot near
Los Angeles as premium; territory prepared; .
bis pay for the right man. Apply 143 S.
BROADWAY. 10-25-3
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN ,
The Herald free of charge. 10-IS-tf
WANTED—HIGH CLASS AGENTS AND E
solicitors, city and vicinity^ Address BOX
89, HERALD. 10-23-7
WANTED— Partners
WANTED —PARTNER WITH $150, CAN
make $50 pel week. Call GLOBE SALES
& BROKERAGE CO., 533 H. W. Hell-]
man Bide. 10-25-2,
WANTED —LADT OR GENTLEMAN WITH i -
$50 up for excellent proposition. Investl- I
gate this. BOX 90, HERALD.
B 10-23-3
ANTED—Situations, Male {
WANTED —BT A STRICTLY SOBER AND
honest married man of 30, extremely fond
and handy with horses, employment with
a man or firm who is looking lor an lion- .
orable, trustworthy man for keeps If sat- I
lsfaction be given. Prefer mostly outdoor
work. Plenty Of good references. Ad
dress BOX S3, HERALD. 10-20-10
FIRST-CLASS PAINTER, EXPERT TINTER, -
cnameler, and all kinds of Inside finishing, &
sober young man, best of references, wants
position In some state institution; can take
charge of dept. or will work for people that
are willing to buy materials, I have brushes, •
Address KLEIN. 6010 Compton aye. 10-22-7 1
WANTED—POSITION AS MACHINIST IN
railroad shop or any iron or steel works;
formerly employed by Industrial Works of ,
Bay City, Mich.; steady, everyday man; 26
ears old; married; wish to sta In I.os An
geles. Address (!. C. A., care General De
livery, Los Angeles, or G. C. A., care Her- |
ald. 10-23-7t 3
WANTED—POSITION AS BUPERINTBN
dent of a ranch, stock, alfalfa, grain or
fruit, by a reliable and trustworthy man. .
References. Address 141 S. GRIFFIN ;
AYE., Los Angeles, Cal. 10-19-12
SITUATION WANTED—By watchmaker,
competent on complicated watch work. .
Capable of taking charge of department. \
High class references. Address BOX 103,
HERALD. 10-20-7
WANTED —BY HIGH SCHOOL HOY, A
place to work for hoard and lodging. Best "\
of references. Address "M," GOO Germain
bldg., or call Main 4169 or AIDSI.
10-24-2
WANTED BT EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE, \
middle-aged man of good health, position as
cashier, bookkeeper or bank clerk; Al local
and eastern references. Address BOX 76,
Herald. 10-22-10 -
M , n
WANTED BY A YOUNG MARRIED MAN,
a position as bookkeeper, stenographer or
other clerical work; best references. FRANK
L. KEItNAN, s:i6 Crocker st. Broadway 2914.
10-21-5 6
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER DESIKKS PER
munent position anywhere; b years' experi
ence, railroad, engineering and mining work;
reasonable salary, BOX i*4, Herald, 10-22-10
BET H L HEM free EM PLOY M NT ■
agency. 610 Vlgnes street. Main 6726; 1
Home A4BS4. Men for hDusecleantng, yard
work and general labor. i-!4-t!
YOUNO MAN OF El YEARS, DESIRES j
position at anything giving opportunity
for advancement. Is capable and will- -
ing. M. ItAlO. Box 99. 10-25-5 I
DRAFTSMAN AND MECHANICAL ENOI- •
nee!; young man; graduate of Cornell: ex
perienced in design and construction. It. V. i
HOWARD, 431 Court st. 10-22-10
YOUNG MAN, 19 YEARS OB" AGE, WISHES :
position nt in- Ids or outside work; store pre
ferred. Address WM. L. OUST, 1633 W. 21st
st., 1,. A. 10-81-6 '
WANTED — SITUATION, EXPERIENCED
trull packer and peach orchard man wishes
position on fruit ranch. BOX 104. HER
ALD. 10-20-10
4PJ iM MBm • mm^l
'/'• ; ' '
It looks as though we no sooner git through with one trouble
than we bump right Into another one Jlst as bad, an' sometimes
worse. Now that they have put the ban on horse betting an'
"mind •wagers" an' Jlst as we wus huggln' ourselves at the Idea
of seeln' the gamblers put to rout along comes the report that
"Blackleg" hez attacked the potatoes In Canada. Fer that mat
ter a lot of blackleg stock gamblers have been attackln' the peo
ple through the potatoes fer a long time, an' not satisfied with
that they're now after the humble but Indispensable tuber. Fuller
says that "blackleg," ez applied to potatoes, ain't no gamblers'
game,"but is a bacterial disease that is Jist knockin' the eyes out
o' the spuds. Makes no difference one way or the other it'll be
an excuse to tack on a higher price If they can. The government
Is advertisin' the disease so the farmers kin guard against it, fer
goodness knows what we would do if they ask any more fer po
tatoes then they do. I think that advertisin' is allus a good thing,
not only in this case, but in all cases. When you want to reach
the people Herald advertisin' is best because The Herald goes to
the homes o' Los Angeles.
WANTED— Situations, Male
COMPETENT PAINTER AND ARTISTIC
tlnter and all round inside man wants work
from owners; you furnish materials; 1 have
tools; best of references. SOUTH 2643.
10-23-3
PAINTER—AI, ALL-ROUND INSIDE AND
outside man, wants same kind of work; can
do signs. HARRY ST. JOHN, 18th and Pal
oma. 10-21-15
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-IS-tf
Al BOOKKEEPER AND ACCOUNTANT, 10
years' experience; best of recommendations.
Address C. B. BENSON, 715 S. Flower st.
10-22-10
YOTJNd MAN WISHES JOB AS BAKER'S
helper. Wages $8 per week. Address 1178
E. THIRTY-FOURTH ST. Phone 23326.
10-19-12
L —
WANTED—STEADY WORK DRIVING OR
anything reasonable. Best reference.
EGAN, 362 W. Ninth. F2186, 10-20-15
SITUATION WANTED—BY A MEAT AND
pastry cook; hotel or restaurant; country
preferred. Address BOX S5. Herald. 10-23-4
HIGH CLASS SALESMAN WITH Al REF
encd if open for proposition. Addfess J. 11.
0., 2115 S. Union aye. 10-23-10
SECOND BASS WISHES TO JOIN QUAR
tet. M. B. GURNET, 206 Mary St., Pasa
dena. Write or call. 10-28-3
GARDENER WANTS POSITION; CAN
give Al city references. Call East 2123. 6321
NEVA PLACE. 10-22-10
SITUATION WANTED—BY SODA DISPENS
er and candy maker. WATSON HOTEL,
Room 321. • 10-16-13
RELIABLE PAINTER WANTS WORK;
would consider good lot In exchange. 1125
FIGUEROA. 10-25-lOt
WAXTED-BY ELDERLY MAN, COMMIS
.-■ton work or light employment. BOX 98,
Herald. 10-25-5
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER, 10 YEARS' LH
gal experience, desires position. BOX IGI,
Herald. 10-ai-i>
WANTED —Situations, Female
STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST, COMPE
tent, ambitious, wiling; business ability;
have very best of references and five years'
experience. At present employed; must have
$60 per month to-start with. P. O. BOX 909.
10-22-20
A WOMAN WHO CAN DO FINE NEEDLE
work Is willing to receive gratis instruc
tion in Roman cut work with a view of
teaching it. MRS. E. C. STERLING, Red
lands, Cal. . 10-24-3
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS HOUSE
work or washing and ironing To work by
the day or hour at regular price. Call
MRS. THATER, Main 4704, Sunset
10-25-3
WANTED— SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER
for elderly gentleman by a lady of refine
ment and education; can furnish best of ref
erences; object, good home. Address P. O.
BOX 883, Los Angeles. 10-18-13t
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WHO DOES
washing and ironing, also housework, wishes
work for Monday; work by day or hour.
Call MRS. THAYER, Main 4704 Sunset.
10-23-5
A BOY 16 YEARS OLD, WILLING TU
work at any place that Is good for a
boy to work at. RALPH KUEIINEL, care
Mr. Dow, Greneta Park. 10-20-16
Lady desires POSITION in book
store; well versed In books; steady, reliable;
courteous to customers; could enter to chil
dren's trade. BOX 97, Herald. 10-26-10
YOUNG LADY WITH A-l OIL LINE EX
rerlence wants position as stenographer, bill
er or price work. Can give reference. Phoas
EAST 614. l-l-tf
MARRIED LADY WOULD LIKE FIRST
class apartment house to manage. ■ Has
had experience managing hotel. Call up
A 4312. 10-20-30t
A WIDOW WITH ONE LITTLE GIRL
would like a position as housekeeper; no ob
jections to the country. Address BOX 314,
Herald. ■ . 10-11-15
WANTED—POSITION, BY YOUNG COL
ored girl, maid or companion for lady or
half day chamber work. PHONE BDVVV.
3594. 10-20-15
WANTED— GOOD STENOGRA
pher, steady and reliable; reasonable
salary; have own machine. BOX 97, Herald.
10-23-10t
WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER'S POSITION IN
commercial hotel; fifteen years' experience.
J. CORSON, LIUle Hotel, 684 S. Hill st.
10-23-10t
TWO EXPERIENCED GIRLS WANT NURSE
work; reference furnished. Phone BROAD
WAY 2040. 10-8-12
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf
YOUNQ LADY DESIRES position; PRlN
clpally clerical work. Tel. South 1785 or ad
dress 1217 E. 25TH ST. 10-21-5
POSITION—BY STENOGRAPHER OF Ex
perience and ability; Al references, BOX
Dili, Herald. 10-23-3
LACE CURTAINS HAND LAUNDERED, 25C
pair. MAIN 7880. 15.-2 M
ANTSituations, Male & Fern.
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-IS-tf
ANTED—Houses
WANTED TO RENT— NOV. 1, MEAT 4 OR 5
room furnished cottage In good section of
city; high altitude preferred and price muttt
be reasonable. Address BOX 263, Herald.
10-i-tf
WANTED— Purchase Real Estate
WANTED—TWENTY OR MORE ACRES,
with water and some alfalfa; must be cheap.
Address, with full particulars, to MR.
LEWIS, 1270 Fifth st.. Ban Bernardino.
_ 10-S-tf
IF YOU WANT TO SELL THAT VACANT
lot bring it In. "We will buy It and build
a house thereon. 80. CAL. BLDG. &
INT. CO., 641 South Main street. Main
2976. 10-25-5
COLORED WOMAN WANTS DAY'S WORK.
BROADWAY 2021. ' 10-IS-Ht
\YANTED—To Purchase Stock
WANTED—
Ptock In th« Los Angeles Investment com
pany; any amount up to $40,000; will pay
within 6 per cent of the company's selling
price. O. F., cam Globe Savings Bank.
i-11-tf
WTED— Miscellaneous
WANTED—FURNITURE, PIANO, HORSE,
co* and poultry. Will' pay with groceries,
millinery or lots. DUBOSE, 701 Grosse
bldg. FIIS7. 10-19-tf
A TED—CASH PAID FOR FEATH BI»
beds 768 SAX PEDHO ST. Phones Main
1106; FSO4I. IS-17-U
WANTED-TO BUT SECOND-HAND 3TJRNI
« ture and stoves. Main 1968. FSI9S. 10-2-lm
J7OR EXCHANGE— ReaI Estate
FOR EXCHANGE—SOUTHEAST CORNER
Forty-second and Pasadena aye., 60x180,
and southwest corner Burlington and Bel
levue, 70x1?3. with 4-room cottage; SSSOO
for both; mortgage $2000. Want small
ranch or southwest improved. DU BOSK,
701 Gross« bldg. FIIU7.
10-18-tue-wed-thur.tf
FOR EXCHANGE—2O-ACRB PEACH OR
chard, 1% miles southeast of Ontario,
$3500, mortgage $1500. 1 years. What
have you In city for equity? DU B'OSE,
701 Großse bldg. F1167. *
10-IS-tue-wed-thur-tf
TWO VERY FINE. HIGH CLASS BUNOA-
Iows; best location, to exchange for city
lots.
ROBINSON ALBAUM
REALTY AND INVESTMENT CO.,
203 Frost Bide. 10-25-1
FOR EXCHANGE—32O ACRES NEAR LlT
tle Rock; the famous Bartlett Dear coun
try; all good, level land, only $20 per
acre with good title. DU BOSE, 701
Grosse bldg. F1167.
10-18-tuo-wed-thur-tf
FOR EXCHANGE—WE CAN EXCHANGE
your property, no matter where located.
SLACK & COMPANY, 418-20 Grand bldg.
i 10-14-lmo
1?OR EXCHANGE—Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANGE—KEEP YOUR CASH
and trade with me for your groceries and
millinery. What have you? DU BOSE,
701 Grosse bide. F1167.
10-18-tue-wed-thur-tf
I CAN MATCH ANY EXCHANGE; WHAT
have you? DU BOSE, 701 Grosse Bldg.
FllO7. 10-lb-tt
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES- •
BUSY, PROSPEROUS FACTORY, LONG
Beach, THE Ideal city to LIVE; clean as
Spotless Town; breezy, invigorating; WON
DERFUL present, marvelous FUTURE;
want helper who can WORK to learn trade;
might use married couple; owner not well;
needs rest and some one to share work and
build up BEST business anywhere; congenial,
open air, necessity year round; $100 business
last week; can do $4000 year, 30 per cent
clear over ALL expenses; needs. $500 or more;
should incorporate; rent $12.50; electric ma
chinery. Call 147 E. THIRD. Young people
preferred; mechanic; might employ good I
man. 10-21-5
SEE lUS FOR
Busiiniess Chances
Guarantee Real Estate and
Investment Co.
414 SO. Hill.
Comeford & Peterson. Main 4611, Home F2160.
10-21-tf
FARMERS, NOTICE - PROVED MONEY
maker; fine dairy ranch; buildings, 400 acres
alfalfa; bargain; owner retiring. STACY,
304 Fay bldg.. Third and Hill sts. F2115.
10-7-eod-tf
WILL MAKE YOU MONEY; LARGE COR
ner at harbor reduced to $3100; owner needs
money; $1350 cash, balance 6 per cent.
STACY. 301 Fay bldg. F2115. 10-7-eod-tt
j^fcRbONALS, BUSINESS-- ~~
" MORPHINE ~
OPIUM, COCAINE)
and all drug hablti cured at home by th»
mjst r<- larkable remedy ever discovered.
No hypodermic Injections; no pain. A cure
or no pay. Call or write 80. CAL. CHEM
ICAL CO., 80214 '■ Broadway, rooms 806-Wil.
Los Angeles. B-10-tf
ANY ONE KNOWING »'Hifl WHE«£
abouts of George Freeixan Bradley, who
was last heard of by his family In Erio.
Pa., will do a great favor by notifying
MISS NELLIE BRADLEY, care general
delivery. Lake diaries. La. 10-»-lmo
MRS. MABSON, TUB NOTED LONDON
palmist. 322 S. SPRING. ov.r Owl drug
store. """•"
•yVPEWRITERS—
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ALL MAKES REBUILT TTPBWRITKiU*.
Prices lowest IB the oIUT.
Regular $1 rental machines reduce* to M.M
month, or threo inonihi for Mb „__
LOB ANQBUSB TYPKWUITSSK EXCHANGE
Branca
AMERICAN ' 'RITINO MACHSNB CO..
aim. ill r. Broadway- Main MM.
....>. , . i-I-ti
r|M) Rooms, Furnished
Hotel. Seville.
732-73* S. FI.OWEB ST.
On* of the finest family hotels in th* city.
Newly furnished throughout: steam heat,
hot »nd oold water; eleotrio lights; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
Phones Main Br,H; F6588. t-i-tt
The St. Regis '
Housekeeping apartments. 237 S. Flower »t.
Main 3290; A 785«. Near business center; at
tractive building, 000 l porches, room phones,
clean, nicely furnished apartments. $12.50
to $26. Single roams *.60. »4 weekly : 15.30
to $15 monthly. No children. 10-4-tf
CLEAN FURNIEHHD ROOMS. SINOLB
and double, $1.76 per week up. 11* Jl
W. NINTH, between Broadway and 9 M^ilm
TO LET-GARVANZA VILLA, LOVELY
sunny rooms, good board, large verandas,
large grounds; fine place for health and
rest. Take South Pasadena car to AVENUE
03. 10-23-14
TO RENT-3 OR 4 NICELY FURNISHED ]
housekeeping rooms; gas and bath; east
front; $18 month. 301 South Burlington
Inquire «ll !n rear. M-u-s
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, ALL NEW
f,,rnltiir>. 112S KIOUEROA ST. 10-19j7
'ro LET—Ap't's., Fur. and Unfur.
HOUSEKEEPING
APARTMENTS
Furnlalwl Complete, $8 to »80 Month.
7ii.» happy families live In our apartments.
VENTILATION. CLEANLINESS. HOMK
LIKE EFFECTS are unexcelled.
T. WIESENDANGER,
Owner and Operator.
Rental Department, Rooms 311-16, 107 ••.
Broadway.
Branch Office. 1017 W. First St.
10-1-tt
WANT TO RE!JT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD
want columns. 10-l-tl
TO LET—Houses, Furni "led
HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS. EASILY ACCE3
slble to business district, modern, well
and comfortably furnished; lawn, trees
and flowers; garage. PHONE 53161.
»-16-tf
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD
want columns. 10-3-tt
|'O LET— Houses, Unfurnished
THE BIG GREEN PADDED VANS FOR
moving. "They know how." Fireproof
storage for household goods. L. A.
WAREHOUSE CO. SAVES WORRY. 316
Commercial it. Main 306, A 8727.
10-16-tf
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. # . 10-8-tf
TO f-ROOM COTTAGE, MODERN:
rent If. per month. S3Hj N. UNION. 10-23-3
TO LET—Flats, Furnished
WANT TO RE^T YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
TO LET—Flats, Unfurnished
A 8 TIME AD FOR THE PRICE OF 2. OR
7 Insertions for the price of 6. Ask th*
HERALD Counter Man.
rJ^O Storerooms
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
TO LET—Housekeeping Rooms
3 INSERTIONS OF A lIERAXD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man
10-12-tt
TO LET—Rooms and Board
A > TIME AD FOR THE) PRICK OF 2. OR
7 Insertions 1 for the price of 6. Ask the
HERALD Counter Man.
TO LET—Offices
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
POR SALEj-City Lots and Lands
The City
INGLEWOOD
That Grows '
LAST YEAR 1000
THIS YEAR 2000
GET IN AND RIDE WITH US,
10-10-tf
IF YOU OWN A GOOD LOT WE WILL
take a three-year mortgage for the prlcu
of the house at 7 per cent interest; no
commission or delay. Plans free. . j
E. S. WILLIAMSON CO.,
205-204 Grant Bide.
10-23-25-26-27-4t
FOR SALE—LOT 40X135, ON GRAND A V X.,
north of Sixtieth at., $i>9o; investigate.
ERIKSON & CO.
103 W. Sixth St., Ground Floor. F2374.
10-26-2
Go and See
Inglewood Bungalow Park
10-12-tf
J7OR SALE—Hotels, Lodging Houses
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—NEWLY FlT
ted room, good paying hotel, near Salt
Lake and Santa Fe depots, Riverside; $4000;
long lease. Address RIVERSIDE HOTEL,
Riverside, Cal. 10-23-8t
FOR™ SALE—A ' BARGAIN, ROOMING
house on Broadway, 9 rooms, 6 fur
nished, all filled, $260. No agents. 219
N. Broadway. KMS-1
[."OR SALE—lrrigated Lands
BACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION CO.
Tho Kuhn California project, the larg
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 out six times a year; decid
uous and citrus fruits, walnuts and al
monds, berries and grapes, coin and veg
etables, and, in fact, everything known ti>
tho farm yield beyond belief.
Price. Including perpetual water right,
uniformly $126 an acre; $16 an acre
cash, balance 10 annual payments. Gel
free descriptive matter from us.
H. It HOLLISTER & CO.. Sales Agts.
Vermin J. Barlow. Resident Mgr.
Bulte 60$ Central Bldg. Los Angeles.
9~2u-tr
POR SALE—Orange Groves .
Visit
Inglewood Bungalow Park >.
10-11-tl
SALE—Houses
i ■ -i_i i.. i_ i. _i i_ . . .i- -i -i —i —i i-i. i-|_» t_ *
New and! Beautiful;'.
Five and Six Moon
Bungalows implows
These houses have a very artistic exterior,
with cement porches across the front.
INSIDE ARRANGEMENT THH BEST
having beamed ceilings, paneled walls, built
in buffet, leaded glass mirrors, cabinet kitch
en, l.\\:o closet room, light and airy bed
rooms, hardwood floors in two rooms, electrlo
light fixtures tho very best, pressed brick
mantels; in fact, the houses are Just as cozy
as could 1 be made.
J___" «
, Attention

$50 Dowffl $50 Bowffl
$50 Down
Balance Like Rent
For the next few days we have decided to
innkn special terms on these properties. It
you want a bargain, now Is the time to se
cure one of the moat ideal homes ever of
fered for the money In Los Angeles. These
attractive bungalows are located In the trend
of the rapidly growing residential southeast
ern part of the city. Near good car service.
Street work, sewer, gas, sidewalks, trees and
lawns already In.
Come and see these houses. Agent will be
on the tract. Tak* San Pedro st. car and
get off at 67th st.
See MR. ANDERSON
Cor. 57th St. and South Park Ay.
Phone— 6561
io-a-7t
IB surest Dims
Four new large 6-room bungalows In choicest
part of southwest; every modern convenience;
lawn, palms, etc., In; near car and school;
cement porches and steps. Our price was
$3850; our price now Is
$3600 ' .
Very reasonable terms.
Fur quick sale see CALDERWOOD A
WHEELER, 5329 Moneta aye. 88291. 10-26-1
FOB s.M.i: IN BEAUTIFUL HOLLYWOOD.
1 room house, modern, all uanvenlancves, on
lot 60x190, nist front, Garfleld place; price
$4000, terms. This is a bargain. •
8-room house on Western aye., modern,
with all conveniences, on large lot; one of
the best built anil arranged houses in Hol
lywood; a snap; $4900, terms.
- KNEELAND & CO.,
Hollywood Blvd. and Western Ays.
69024. 10-25-1
FOR SALE—
$160 CASH. »IB PER MONTH.
New, thoroughly modern 6-room cottage
In E. Fourth St., near four car lines.
Terms $160 cash, $15 per month. FRED
W. PEARSON, 220 American Bank bids-
A 2388. 10-38-7
IF YOU OWN A GOOD LOT WE WILL
take a three-year mortgage for the prlos
of the house at 7 per cent interest; no
commission or delay. Plans free.
E. S. WILLIAMSON CO.,
202-204 Orant Bid*.
10-23-26-28-27-4t
$160 DOWN, $1800.
$600 DOWN, $1660.
$1000 DOWN, $1600.
Balance $15 per month and Interest, four
room plastered cottage, largo closet, front
and back porch, cellar, gas, electricity, fruit
trees, grapes and berries, chicken yard, pig
eon fly and good barn. OWNER, 2736 Win
ter st. 10-25-1
FOR SALE—I-ROOM CCTTAOHI IN
southwest part of city, one block from
6 cent car; good school, 20 minutes from,
center of city. Price $1950, $200 cash,
balance monthly payments. Will consider
clear lot as part payment. See OWNER,
918 W. Fiftieth st. Phone South 6144.
10-23-3
FOR SALE—A FINE S-ROOM MODERN COT
tase; hardwood floors, bath, etc.; price $2300;
worth $3000; $1100 cash; good terms.
ERIKSON & CO.
105 W. Sixth St., Ground Floor. F2374.
10-25-1
FOR SALE—BY OWNER. SWELL NEW «
room bungalow. Just completed; cannot oc
cupy; must sell; every known built-in fea
ture; cement pergola, cement porch; $4500
value for $4150; on Improved $1200 lot. Phones
A 3983. Main 9949. Call 411 N. GRAND,
Apt. S. Terms. . • 10-23-3t
$50 CASH. $15 MONTHLY, FINE NEW
bungalow, plastered, big rooms, porches,
convenient, built for a home. Will last
a lifetime. Gas, to yellow car, 20 min
utes to business section. Price $1250. R.
H. RITCHET, 641 £. Main St. Main 2976.
10-26-3
Invest In
Jnglcwood Bungalow Park
10-13-tf
FOR SALE—VERY NICE 3-ROOM HOUSE.
pantry and cellar; lot 50x160, fenced;
fruit trees and chicken yard; $900, $160
down, rest like rent. BOX 73. HERALD.
I 10-23-3
FOR SALE— lOOxfsiT EAST FRONT O X
Bronson, south of Eighth, $4000. Baa MR.
WELLS, owner, 404-5 Union Trust Bldg.
F8427. 10-25-1
FOR SALE—BY OWNER, 4-ROOM HOUSE,
2 lots, good barn and chicken yards, with
rose garden and private water. Phone East
2188. F. C. FUEHRER. 10-22-7
S INSERTIONS OF A 1IKRAI.1) WANT AD
for tlie price of 3, or 1 Insertions for the
price of S. Ask The Herald counter man.
10-12-tf
JOOR SALE—Country Property
-s
Five Acres for
$11750
. Fine Orange Land
At Fullerton, Orange county. Fine soil.
Abundance of cheap water. $250 cash and
$250 per year at 0 per cent interest.
JACoiTsTERN,
401 Pacific Electric Bids. 10-25-!
ANTELOPE VALLEY
We handle bargains only, and are In a post*
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 out 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 8. Broadway, Los Angeles, or Lancaster,
Cat. 10-S-lmo
Main 1144. A 8122.
Look Up
Inglewood Bungalow Park'
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