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CLASSIFIEB
Under more than one hundred special
headings, The Herald offer* Its classi
fied advertiser* real value In the way or
publicity. The needs of every business
house, office, factory and home have en
tered Into consideration when the list
was compiled. something that classified
You want something- that classified
liners will get for you, others want some
thing that you have for sale. Bicnaiuja
what you don't want for something you
°If"on are seeking a position In »nT
If you are seeking a position In any
honest field of endeavor The Herald win
publish jour request free of charge. ,
In plating your classified advertising
you should consider quality of circula-
I tion as well as quantity. .--_..» ,
I I The Herald does not claim Ihe largest I
I circulation in the city, but It does claim, (
i and can prove to you, that as an "dyer- i
1 Using medium It Is second to none, fry i
1 it for results. )
\ ADVERTISERS
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vise advertisements and to reject or omit i
i and refund the amount paid. ,
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I more.than one Incorrect Insertion of any
I advertisement ordered for more than one
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by The Herald In payment for "liners,
as no mistakes con be rectified without
them.
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i 1 cent per word each Insertion.
i S Insertions for price of two.
, 7 Insertions for price of five.
t No advertisement taken for less than 10c.
For contract, solicitors and advertising
< advice call
SUNSET MAIN 8000
HOME 10211
And uk for classified advertising man
' ager. ___ '
BRANCH OFFICES !
LONG BEACH !
' Ocean and Pine street*.
• OCEAN~PARK
7 Trolleyway, between Pier At*, and ,
Marine St. I/. A. P. Bldg. ,
v' PASADENA I
80 W. Colorado street.
SAN BERNARDINO !
438 Court street.
: santTana
816 >'. Sycamore street.
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CAMPMEETINO GULCH
In the early days of California were very
rich placer diggings, the gulch having 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, $6,600,000; Confidence, $5,
-000,000; Harvard, 12,300,000; Shawmut, 16,
-000,000; App mine, $0,600,000; Soulsbyvllle, $6,
-000,000, and many others have made good.
From all Indications and investigation the
Campmeeting Gujch mine looks like a fine
Investment. Now this Is jour opportunity
to get In on a re«l ground floor proposition.
We advise our clients to subscribe for tnis
stock at once. Now selling at 30c 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 621. 10-22-7
pATENTS AND PATENT AGENTS
PIONEER PATENT AGENCY. HAZARD &
6TRAUSB. ESTABLISHED 82 YEARS.
American and foreign patents secured and
trademarks registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 689 Citizens National Bank
Building. Third and Main. Home A 1493;
Main 2522. PATENT BOOK FREE.
J S. ZERBE, SOLICITOR, UNITEP STATES
and foreign patents; 40 years' experience.
622-3 Stlmson bide, Third and Main, Phone
A 5344, 10-6-tf
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
trles. A. H. LIDDERS. patent lawyer and
solicitor, 612 Am. Bank bide-. 2d and Spring.
10-16-tf
SPECIAL NOTICES—
YOUR EYES
This Is your opportunity to have your eyes
•xamlned by a well known specialist. To
those presenting this notice at i2i Security
Building. Dr. W. C. Dickson extends th»
courtesy of free examination and eonsulcatlon.
Special attention paid to eyes of children.
RELIABLE OPTICAL CO.,
828-329 Security Building.
FIFTH AND SPRING. THIRD FLOOR.
ROOF REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTEND
ed to. All work guaranteed. CALIFOR
NIA ROOFING AND SUPPLY CO., 411
B Seventh St. Main 2426, F5646.
1014-lmo
STEAMSHIP TICKET FOB BALK; FlRST
class passage, Los Angeles to Kan Francisco,
H. J. WHITE, 185 E. Mountain Ist., i'usa
dena. 10-29-3
WANTED —LADIES AND PENTLEMENS
clothing. Positively hlghMt prices rain.
MAIN 3587: F593C. 6-26-12 mo
CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint, $1.50 per gallon. SHEEHAN'S.
tOO S. Broadway. 6-15-tt
JjATMS— ■
PERSONA-. — SULPHUME. VAPOR, BEA
•alt baths, scalp treatments, 10 to 10. F7519.
BADGER TOILET PARLORS, Room 225, 701
b. . Tiring _ »-M-tl
MISS ANITA HELDMAN, 814 BANTEE ST.,
two blocks cast of .Main. Fait bath«, electric
baths and treatment. 10-19-tf
MISS LOLA HILL, 708 CROCKER ST.,
tub baths and alcohol rubs. Hours 10 a.
m. to 9 p. m. 10-20-tf
119% g~ SPRING, SUITE CHIROPODY,
"electricity, massage, vupor and shower baths.
6-t-tt
MASSAGE. BATHS. CHIROPODY. EXPERT
aFHiManta .TKAN LTJNN. 620 S Hwa) .'-l?-!f
BUILDERS—
Eastern Building Co.
Contractors and Builders
626-27 Citizens National Dank Jildg., Third
and Main.
Phones F8046. Broadway 2701.
We can lower any figures you havo on
your buildings, city or country, niul our
material and workmanship is guaranteed
the best absolutely. Bring In your sketches
and clans for fro« estimates. Plans and
specifications free tv customers. Loan*
obtained for you to build with.
wed-fri-sun to nov 1
( lIUttCH NOTICES—
i NIEL HALL. 227 B. MAIN—NOOM PRAY
pr meeting dally; gospel meeting every
night. »-»-tf
(JESSPOOLS—
IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPING CO.—
We take out largest lead. West 6398;
82040. 2-m-tt
JJIENTISTS~
Dr. Ilarhmanu, 205-306 Majestic Theatef
Bid*., 843 8. Bdway. FSWII Mala 3810.
J^ADIESyTAILORSTvi
6 ZINKO, TUB LADIES' TAILOR. OPERA
coats, riding habits, eta. 455 S. bdwy,, It. 1-1.
•■l-6100
Yoi Arc Missing
SemetMig
If You Are Not an Advertiser in The Herald
The average actual circulation of The Herald for the past
six months was
The average circulation for the past thirty days
26,3911
You want to reach that many Los Angeles homes, don't
you ?
Why Don't You Do It?
If you are not a Herald advertiser you are missing that
many homes in Los Angeles and its environs.
If you are a live business man, no further argument
is necessary other than to say the circulation of The Her
ald is growing every day, due to the fact that The Herald
publishes more lines of general news than any other
newspaper in Los Angeles.
That's Why It Is Popular. That's Why It Should
Appeal to You as an Advertising Medium.
ANTED— Help
WANTED — INEXPERIENCED MEN TO
work at electricity, automobiles, plumbing
or bricklaying on actual buildings same
as real Journeymen. Secure us that you
will remain and work and we will teach
you a trade in a few months' time with
out expense. Free catalogue. UNITED
TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO.,
658 Pacific Electric bldg. I*1 1"
WEALTHY CORPORATION DESIRES DE
pendable man to manage office UP NORTH; j
splendid opening; salary paid; must Invest
J2500; fully secured; references required. Ad
dress DR. E., Lock Box 613, San Bernardino.
10-8-tf
Carts $1.00 Per 1000
Other printing In proportion. HARRINGTON,
Printer, 1.-.SMi S. Spring. Al4OO. 10-20-lmo j
WE TEACH YOU 6 TRADHS: AUTOMO-. |
tiling, surveying, electrical engineering,
plumbing and bricklaying. Call at 2110
W. SEVENTH ST. 10-20-lmo
WANTED—WHEEL BOYS OVER 16 YEARS
of age. Apply 414H S. HILL, In rear of
Western Sign Co. 10-26-7t
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf i
BICYCLES—BICYCLES. TIRES AND SUP
piles at ci«h prices. KNIGHT'S. IS4 North
Spring. 9-23-t:
WANTED^ INTELLIGENT, HONEST MEN.
Apply to J. D. LOGAN. Herald office. 9-16-tf j
WANTED— Female Help
WANTED — TELEPHONE OPERATORS;
experience unnecessary: salary while
learning. Apply SIXTH FLOOR ESH
MAN BLDG., 324 W. Seventh at.
10-23-3 weeks
WANTED— EXPERIENCED OPERATORS
on button »nd button sew machine. CAL
MEVARE SHIRT CO., 360 S. Los Angeles
st. 10-17-1
WANTED— BEAUTT CULTURE,
pays big; learn right, salary guaranteed.
•■FLORENTINE!," the world's largest. 11l
Mercantile place, corner Broadway. I-M) I
ELDERLY LADY FOR LIGHT HOUSE- I
keeping; two in family employed during day.
(all Temple 1293 until 9:30 mornings. BOX
116, Herald. 10-26-3
SITUATION WANTED AS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf
WANTED— HeIp, Male and Female
WANTKD-MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
the barber trade; guaranteed in eight weeks.
Catalogue res. Mohler Barber College. 121
E. Second St. 8-14-tf
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf
WANTED—
SITUATION WANTED Alls INBEUTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-IS-tt
WANTED—HIGH CLASS AGENTS AND
solicitors, city and vicinity. Address BOX
89. HERALD. 10-23-7
WANTED— Situations, Male
WANTED—BY A STRICTLY SOBER AND
honest married man of 30, extremely fond
and bandy with horses, employment with,
a man or firm who is looking for an hon
orable, trustworthy man for keeps If sat
isfaction be given, prefer mostly outdoor
work. Plenty of good references. Ad
dress BOX 82. HERALD. 10-20-10
FIRST-CLASS PAINTER, EXPERT TINTER,
< nameler, 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, MlO Compton aye. 10-22-7
WANTED—POSITION AS MACHINIST IN
railroad shop ur 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 Loa An
gelea. Address G. C. A., care Genera] De
livery, Los Angeles, or U. C. A., care Her
ald. 10-22-7t
WANTED— FOREIGN GENTLE
man, neat appearance, learned. some
knowledge drug store, speak and write
French, Italian, Spanish, sumo English,
desires position of any kind or private
family. Best city references. BOX 70,
HERALD. 10-27-10
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND TINTER, EX
pert on Inside work; have tools, am sober
nil l steady, young man, with best of ref
erences. Want work. You can furnish
materials. Reasonable by day or Job.
SOUTH 2643. 10-27-10
COMPETENT man DESIRES position
with private family; thoroughly under
stands the driving and care of automo
bile or horses, care of garden, etc.; best
Of references. BOX 139. HERALD.
10-28-1
WANTED —POSITION AS SUPBRINTBN
dent of a ranch, stock, alfalfa, grain or
fruit, by a reliable and trustworthy man.
References. Address 141 S. GRIFFIN
AYE.. Los Angeles, Cal. tO-l»-12
WANTED- 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
YOUNG MAN, 19 VICARS OF AGE, WISHES
position at Inside or outside work; store
preferred; also lias oltlca experience \VM.
L. GUST, 1033 W. -'1 I ht., Ijui Angeles.
10-26-12
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER DESIRES PER
manent position anywhere; S yeurs' experi
«Tll ,*. railroad, engineering an.l mining work;
reasonable salary. BOX 84, Herald. 10-22-10
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1010,
RANTED— Situations, Male
GOOD. RELIABLE, EXPERIENCED MAN;
has been working for 14 years at last place;
wants position as Janitor or caretaker of
building; strictly temperate; best of refer
ences. Address BOX 9i, Herald.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN, BUSINESS Ell"
ucatlon, speaks several languages, needs :
work; willing to do anything for any .
price. Address BOX lul. HERALD.
1 10-27-7
A BOY 16 YEARS OLD. WILLING TO
work at any place that is good for a
boy to work at. RALPH KUEHNEL. caro
Mr. Dow, Greneta Park. 10-20-16
WANTED—POSITION IN PHOTOGRAPH
gallery. Will give work for Instruction.
References. Some experience. BOX 179,
HERALD. 10-117-10
BETHLEKKM FREB EMPLOYMENT
agency. 610 Vlgnes street. Main S7J»;
Home A4BS4. Men for housecleaning. yard
work and general labor. 1-24-tf
YOUNG MAN OF T\ YEARS. D E SIR E S
position at anything giving opportunity
for advancement, is capable and will
ing. M. RAE, Box 98. 10--°-"
DRAFTSMAN AND MECHANICAL ENUI
-nee- young man; graduate of Cornell; ex
perienced In design and construction. R. V.
HOWARD. 431 Court St. 10-li'.'-lO
POSITION WANTED—BY YOUNG MAN
good at figures; any h/mest work: best of
references; either day or night work. Ad
dress BOX IDS. Herald. 10-M-10
SINGLE, HEALTHY NORWEGIAN WOULD
like Inside ur outside work in prlvata fam
ily In exchange for lessons in English Ad
dress liOX ISO. Herald. 10--6-10
GOOD RELIABLE EXPERIENCED MAN
wants work as night watchman. Can
K lv. B'">"d references. Address BOX ST.
HERALD. V>'U-1
YOUNG MAN DESIRES EMPLOYMENT;
mu=t have work; anything reasonable; best
leferences. F2135. 36: W. Ninth. EOAN.
10-26-10
YOUNG MAN, WILLING WORKER, WISH
es position of any kind. E. McGINNIS.
745 N. Wilson aye., I'asadena, 10-27-10
WANTED — SITUATION. EXPERIENCED
fruit packer and peach orchard man iwlshes
position on fruit ranch. BOX 104. HEIt-
YOUNG MAN. AGE S4. FORMERLY RAlL
telegraph operator, desires position In
any line of work. UOX 146. Herald. 10-28-10
work with
nartv who ran furnish tools to start. L.
W. ROBBINS, Box HIS, Herald. 10-28-10
WANTED - POSITION EVENINGS TO
learn the operation of moving picture ma
chlnes. BOX 111, Herald. 10-26-10
MAN WANTS EMPLOYMENT IN HOTEL
a* dishwasher or assistant to pantryman.
BOX '.'4. HeraJd. 10-28-10
NIGHT WATCH; CITY REFERENCE: OR
cits gradener, caretaker. Address 100 S.
BROADWAY. < ___ii"-'' 10
PAINTER-AL ALL-ROUND INSIDE AND
outside man, wants same kind of work; can
do signa. HARRY ST. JOHN. ISth and Pal
oma. 10-:1-16
fol NG MAN, AGE 26, WISHES WORK
with contractor; support of mother; no tools;
steady and honest. Address BOX 11, Herald.
10-28*10
BITUATIOM WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf
Al IJOOKKEEPErTXND ACCOUNTANT, 10
years' experience; best of recommendations.
Address C B BENSON. 715 S. Flower_st.
YOCNCJ MAN WISHES JOB AS BAKER'S
helper. Wages Jv per week. Address 1176
K. THIRTY-FOURTH ST. Phone 23326.
TWO GIRLS WOULD I.IKE POSITIONS AS
cooks Call at the HOTEL ROSSLYN, Room
460. IIJ-2C-1S
WANTED—POSITION AS DRAFTSMAN OK
superintending. Address BOX 110, Herald. _
10-2*5-7t
WANTED —STEADY WORK DRIVING OR
an;, thing reasonable. Best reference.
EGAN, 36.' \V. Ninth. F2135. 10-20-10
SITUATION WANTED—BY A MEAT AND
pastry cook; hotel or restaurant; country
IPX 88, Herald. 10-23-4
SITUATION WANTED — CLERK, Al;
gent's furnisliltiKH preferred. References.
BOX 21t. HERALD. 'O--''3
HIGH CLASS SALESMAN WITH Al REF
enca In "pen fur proposition. Address .1. 11.
G., 8116 S. Union aye. 10-23-10
GARDENER WANTS POSITION; CAN
give Al city references. Call East 2123. M2l
NEVA PLACE 10-22-10
SITUATION WANTED—BY SODA DIBPENS
er and candy maker. WATSON HOTEL,
Room 321. '"-4J; 1-
RELIABLE PAINTER WANTS WORK;
wuukl consider good lot in exchange. 1125
FIOUEROA. 10-25-lOt
WANTED—BY ELDERLY MAN, COMMIS
sIon work or light , employment. BOX 98,
Herald. __ l<)-2_5-5
\yANTED—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
j.io per month to Htart with. p. o. box ooy.
10-22-20
WANTED—SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER
f>r elderly gentleman by a lady of refine
ment and education; can furnish best of ref
erenoea; object, good home. Address P. O.
BOX 88.1. I.«>s Angeles. 10-IS-13t
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
Tho Herald free of charge, 10-18-tf
WANTED A FEW HOURS' CHAMBER
work; b'st of references. Address UOX 108,
Herald. 10-26-3
WANTED— Situations, Female
LADY DESIRES POSITION IN BOOK
store; well versed In books; steady, reliable;
courteous to customers; could cater to chil
dren's trade. BOX 87, Herald. 10-23-10
TOUNO IiADT WITH A-l OIL IJNB EX.
nerlenc* wants position as stenographer, bill
•r or price work. Can give reference. Phoas
east Ml ' i-i-tf
MARRIED LADY WOULD LIKE FIRST
class apartment house to manage. Has
had experience managing hotel. Call up
A4»H. , 10-20-»0t
A WIDOW WITH ONE LITTLE GIRL
would like a position as housekeeper: no ob
jections to the country. Address BOX 314,
Herald. 10-11-1S
WANTED—POSITION. BY YOUNG COL
ored girl, maid or companion for lady or
half day chamber work. PHONE BDWY.
3894. , 10-20-16
WANTED—YOUNG WOMAN WISHES 4 OR
5 hours' work each day in private school or
family or day work. Call or write 365 W.
6GTH. 10-28 10
WANTED— GOOD STENOGRA
pher, steady and reliable; reasonable
salary; have own machine. BOX 97, Herald.
10-25-10t
WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER'S POSITION IN
commercial hotel; fifteen years' experience.
J. CORSON, Llllle Hotel, 534 S. Hill it
10-23-lOt
WORK WANTED—ADDRESSING ENVEL
opes, filling out cards anil circulars, etc.;
dune at reasonable rate. Call EAST 514.
10-28-10t
COLORED WOMAN WANTS DAY'S WORK.
BROADWAY 2021. 10-18-14t
WANTED—Situations, Male & Fern.
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-IS-tf
ANTED—Partners
WANTED-LADY PARTNER, MIDDLE
aged. single; must have some money; good
paying business. Address BOX 49, Herald.
10-28-1
WANTED— To Purchase Stock
WANTED—
Stock In the Los Angeles Investment com
pany; any amount up to 140,000; will pay
within 6 per cent of the company's selling
price. G. F.. cars Globe Savings Bank.
•-11-U
ANTED—To Purchase Real Estate
WANTED— OR MORE ACRES,
with water and some alfalfa; must be
cheap. Address, with full particulars, to
MR. LEWIS. 1270 Fifth St., San Bernar
dino^ IP--"-*
II- YOU WANT TO SELL THAT VACANT
lot bring It In. We will buy it and build
a house thereon. SO. CAL. BLDG. &
INV. CO 641 South Main street. Main
5978. 10-25-5
WANTED— Houses
WANTED TO RENT—NOV. 1. NEAT 4 OR 5
room furnished cottage In good section of
city; high altitude preferred and price must
be reasonable. Address BOX 263, Herald.
■ __ 10-t-tf
Miscellaneous
FURNITURE, PIANO. HORSE,
cow and poultry. Will pay with groceries,
millinery or lots. DUBOSE. "04 Grosse
bldg. F1167. . 10-19-
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds 75J SAN PEDRO BT. Phones Main
1106: FBO4l. H-17-tf
WANTED—TO BUY SECOND-HAND FURNl
ture and stoves. Main 1968. FEI96. 10-2-lm
MONEY TO LOAN—
__
MONEY~TO LOAN
Sums of $5000 and upward on
residence, apartment and busi
ness properties we can place
your applications quickly.
R. A. Rowan & Co.
200 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
Home 1044 Main 7096
10-U-
WE LOAN MONEY
To wage-earners and housekeepers, on
personal note; (10 and upward. Do you
owe the landlord or the grocer I Do you
want money for any purpose? You re
pay weekly or monthly. No publicity;
lowest rates.
PARK LOAN * CKBDIT CO..
424 60. Broadway. Room Il».
MONEY TO LOAN
(1000.00 TO (100,000.00
to loan at current rates on city or coun
try property.
See HENRY W. MELLEN, Loan Dept.
WRIGHT & CALLENDER CO.
403 South Hill St.
Home phone 10745. Main 8040.
10-1 ii- tf
WE HAVE JJO.OOO TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL
estate security at prevailing rates of inter
est; prompt attention given to all applica
tion!.
ROBINSON, CRANE CO.,
Main 6167. 420 Story BMg. F4187.
'.'■-:>-■«
MONEY TO LOAN—FULL VALUE ON DIA
MONDS, WATCHES, PIANOS. FURNI
TURE, STORAGE RECEIPTS. G. F.
THOMAS, 711 S. BROADWAY. MAIN
1,176. 9-30-lmo.
MONEY TO LOAJI
..i.OOO to loan on real estate, city or coun
try. I to 7 per cent, amount* to suit.
MOYLR * GILBERT, 102 H. W. Ilellmai
Bldg. Home rhua» AW27; Mala 6474.
10-2-tl
WANTED— WANT JlO.OOO UN
gilt edge city real estate \y. A. HOIS
ERTS REALTY CO.. 126 S. Broadway.
Ground floor Chamber of Commerce tilde
F6524, Main 459. ' 10-8-tt
I HAVE $200 TO 150.000 FOR REAL Es
tate loans, city or Country. Lowest rates.
Money waiting. R. W. MOVER. 604 Frost
bldg. mot. 10-6-tf
Jj TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND
women acenmmndated without delay or pub
licity. BOUTHEIIN CREDIT Co., 411 O. T.
Jolin»nr Bldg. i S-H-tf
TO LOAN —1300, 1400, |500, JlOOO, J2OOO,
15000 and up; current rates; no delay.
RAMEV BROS., 827 Story bldg. F2121,
Main 8356. 10-1-lmo.
R. W. POINDEXTER. 409 WILCOX BLDO.,
will loan you what you need on real es
tate, stocks and bonds. Building loans a
specialty. 5-»-tf
5l) IXJAN-BALAHIKD FEOI'LK: NO RED
tap., without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE, 419 Henne Bid*
10-4-tt
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY
until you see me. F. A. NEWTON. 70 i
O. T. Johnson bldg. Mi inn
|iOO~TO 110,090 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.'
T. L. O'BRIEN * CO., Jefferson and Mala.
i-t-tt
yTORAOE—
LAROB PHIVATIS, LOCKED. IKON
rooms tor furniture, etc.; (1.50 and 12 per
month. Trunks, boxes, etc tio to C 0&;
open vans, 16 per day, or 7So per hour.
We pack and ship household goods every
where at reduced rates. COLYKAR'S
VAN AND STORAGE CO.. offices 609-11
B Main St. Warehouse 41.-17 San Pedro
M. Phones F3171: Main 1117. l-JS-tf
HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVED IX MOD
em vans. Shipped, stored In clean ware
houses. Private rooms. Coal anil wood.
BHATTUCK & NIMMO, Ninth and Ala
meda streets. 1-su-tu-w-Ir-tf
That I^onpvc woman sure pot off easy, an 1 t9 mistake. Queer,
nin't It. liow a jury can see a heap o' redoemin" qualities in a
woman, 'specially if slio's a good lookin' woman. They didn't take
lonß to send crippen to kingdom come, an' it looks to mo as if
the woman knowed he wus fiuilty, if he wuw guilty, er she wouldn't
hey i>ut on men's clothes to leave the country In a hurry. Next
tiling you know she'll be featured, in all probability, on some
vaudeville circuit, an 1 In ease she Signs a contract the managers
Will advertiM her like a circus an 'll make more -noney than a
railroad politician. Mind you. I Bald they Will advertise heavy
an' will Ret the money. Without adverttaln 1 she wouldn't draw,
notwithstanding all Hie advance adverttein' she has received.
That fact is beyond question, an' only goes to show that if any
thing demands advertlsin' it should be advertised until it is sold.
I'll say real frank if that Leneve woman goes on the vaudeville
stage I'm goto 1 to see her, fer old as 1 be I've still got a heap o'
curiosity to see all that's doln'.
rpo LET—Rooms, FurnisV-d
Hotel SevSlfle
735-754 S. FI.OWF.R BX.
One of the finest family hotels In the cHT-
Newly furnished throughout; Helm heat,
hot and cold water; electric lights; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway
Phones Main 8618; FC63B. 4-1-tf
The St. Regis
Housekeeping apartments. 237 S Flower »*.
Ifaln 2!90; A73SJ. Near buslnesi center; at
tractive building, cool porches, room phones
clean, nicely furnished apartments, $12.50
to $25 ' Single rooms $2.50. S« weekly ; *».5O
to lIS monthljr. No rhildrfn. 10-4-tf
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS. HOTEL
Lorraine, 3W Clay st.. between Third and
Fourth. Hill and Olive; newly furnished
rooms, quiet nelKhborhood; located one hun
dred and fifty feet from Third and Hill;
eteam heat and hot water; pries v. ry rea
sonable. F4B80; Main !¥>%. 10-L'ti-3t
TO LET—ROOMS: REST 60C A DAT HOTEL
In city; day, week or month; free baths,
free reading room. HOTEL CLIFF, 1112 X
Seventh 6t , two blocks south of Arcade
depot. 10-26-3
TO LET-THE LA PALOMA, AT 18US SOUTH
Main St., has large outside rooms, very rea
sonable, $1.50 and up; nk'e balconies. good
music, hot and coll baths, free. Hive It a
trial If In need of a good home. H. B,
BEAVER, Proprietor. 10-H-l
TO LET — COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
rooms; private home; south and east expo
sure; bath; furnace heat; permanent. 523
W. 23D ST.. opp. St. James park; Universi
ty car. West 5860. 10-26-3
TO LET—a-ROOM HOUSEKEEPING SUITE,
with kitchen, bath and sun room; adults;
high ground; fine vlow, healthy, exclusive
district. 1044 EDGEWARE ROAD, Angeleno
car. 10-26-3
TO LET—GARVANZA VILLA, LOVELY
tunny rooms, good board, large verandas,
large grounds; fine place for health and
rest. Take South Pasadena car to AVENUE
63. 10-23-H
TO LET—LARGE LIVING AND SLEEPING
rooms and bath, newly furnished. Just the
place for 1 or 2 gentlemen; walking distance.
1110' i TRENTON ST. Phone 51432 mornings.
10-2S-3
TO LET—FOUR CLEAN. FURNISHED
rooms, modern conveniences, grate, gas, close
to both cars. 39th st. car to 37th drive, one
block west, turn left. 3770 WALTON. 10-26-3
TO LET—TWO GENTLEMEN CAN BE AC
commodated in neatly furnished room, close
In; walking distance; sun all day; also house
keeping room. 549 S. HOPE. 10-20-3
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS; 85 NEWLY
furnished moms, running water, modern. $2
per week, 60c a day. 1347 S. Los AMOELES
ST. l'hone R74GI. 10-120-3
TO LET — SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS
for select people; retired neighborhood; walk-
Ing distance. 1039 W. SEVENTH. Also
frarage. 10-28-3
TO LET—NICELY FURNISHED, CLEAN
room In private family; close In; gentleman
preferred; $12 per month. 923 W. FOURTH
ST. 10-26-3
FOR RENT—MODERN FIVE-ROOM COT
tage; front and hack lawns, fruit trees; rea
■onable. D. G. REDIT, 829 E. 18th st.
10-2S-3t
TO LET-TWO OR THREE FRONT ROOMS,
reasonable; may have use of kltehen; bath,
hot and cold water. 2.1'):.' . B, GRAND AYE.
10-86-!
TO LET—THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping; bath, hot and cold water;
«epura:o entrance. 1330 W. TWELFTH ST.
10-26-1
TO LET-LADY ALONE WILL RENT FlR
nlahed room to young lady employed, with
01 without breakfast. 1019 ARLINGTON.
10-M-l
CLEAN KURNIEHED ROOMS. BINQLIi
and double, 51.75 per week up. 11*4
W. NINTH, between Uroadway and Main.
9-2}-t(
TO LET-TWO CONNECTING FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping; nice locality; $12
month. COS E. 15TH ST.. near Maple, 10-88-8
TO LET—LARGE CORNER ROOM, KITCH
en and private bath; filsu housekeeping
rooms. 330 SOUTH OLIVE. 10-2J-8
TO LET—A WELL FURNISHED, LAROE
room. 1236 S. FLOWER. Rent reasonable;
telephone Broadway 2867. 10-28-3
TO LET—CLEAN, AIRY ROOMS; HOUBE
keeping privileges, {2 week up. 417 WEST
FOURTH. ID-20-3
TO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM SUITABLE
lor two, with bath; modern. 414 W. 4BTH
ST. 10-26-3
'J^O LET—Rooms, Unfurnished
TO LET—NEW, UNFURNISHED 3 ROdMB;
2 disappearing beds, oak floors, hot water,
private bath, close In. Crown Hill car to
Boylston; walk one block buuth. 121t> W.
FOURTH. 10-26-3
TO LET-UNFURNISHED OK FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping. 1633 PALOMA
AYE., 2 blocks west of 16th and Central.
South CSD9. 10-^6-3
TO LET-2 LARGE ROOM APARTMENTS,
unfurnished, wall bed, bath, hot water free;
rent $12.50. 1114 W. ICTII ST. Also 4-room
cottage In rear; $12. W. 10-26-3
TO LET—UNFURNISHED FRONT APART
ment, 3 or 4 rooms, with beds; private bath,
hot water free. 1114 W. IBTH ST. 10-26-3
'|'(i LET—Rooms and Board
A S TIME AD FOR THE PRICE OF J, On
7 insertions for tho price of 5. Ask tho
HERALD Counter Man.
I LEAN, SUNNY ROOMS IN THOROUGHLY
modern upper flat; nrst class board if de
sired; reasonable ratSS, 41t% W. IITH
10-JJ-M
r£O LET—Ap't's., Fur, and Unfur.
HOUSEKEEPING
APARTMENTS
Furnished Complete, *8 to »0O Month.
700 happy families live In our apartments.
VENTILATION, CLEANLINESS, HOMHS
LIKE EFFECTS are unexcelled.
T. WIESENDANGER,
Owner and Operator.
Rental Department, Rooms 311-18, 107 ■.
Broadway.
Branch Office. 1017 W. First St.
10-4-tt
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want column*." 10-l-tf
"£O LET—Houses, Furn: . e d
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
on*lc«s, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. .- , 10-8-tf
•j^O Houses, Unfurnished
I-ROOM HOUSE, ROOMY AND HOME
like, fireplaces, a piano, large veranda,
Rltely, spacious grounds, 128 AVENUE 31.
South Pasadena car to Avenue 31, turn
west one-half block; fine altitude.
10-20-27-2S-3t
THE BIG GREEN PADDED VANS FOR
moving. "They know how." Fireproof
storage for household goods. L. A.
WAREHOUSE CO. SAVES WORRY. SIC
Commercial st. Main 306. A 8727.
10-15-tf
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
£O LET—Flats, Furnished
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
XO LET—Flats, Unfurnished
A S TIME AD FOR THE PRICK OF S. OR
7 insertions for the price of 8. Ask tho
HERALD Counter Man.
'£0 LET—Housekeeping Rooms
S INSERTIONS OF A IIERAI,I> WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 5. Ask 1 lie Herald counter man
10-12-tf
rj"O Storerooms
FOR RENT— SIZED STORE BUILD
ing, 845 N. Fair Oaks aye., Pasadena; plate
glass front; fine location for butcher shop,
bicycle repair shop, small garage, millinery
and other lines of business; will divide store
In center If parties wish; rent reasonable.
A. J. BECKER, 1323 N. Fair Oaks aye., Pas
adena. 10-26-3
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES,
offices. Hats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
TO LET— Farming Lands
TO LET—4S-ACRE FARM, PUMPING
plant, etc. Suitable for dairy. PHONE
WEST 957. ; 10-27-4
r£O LET—Offices '
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
FOR RENT-DESK ROOM, SPLENDID LO
catlnn: central; both phones. See ED. B.
WKBSTKR. 216 Mercantile place. 10-28-7
-
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
SEE US FOR ■ '
Binslness Chances
Guarantee Real Estate and
Investment Co.
414 So. Hill.
Comcfoid & Peterson. Main 4611, Home F2160.
10-21-tf
FOR SALE-GROCERY AND FRUIT STORE;
DOING NICE BUSINESS, BUT MUST BELL
ACCOUNT OTHER BUSINESS; LONG
•LEASE. 859 S. SPRING ST. 10-28-3
MONEY RAISING CHICKENS—OPPORTUNI
ty to purchase 10 acres; good soil, buildings,
trees; 25 per cent under market. STACY, 304
Fay bids. F2IIB. 10-8-eod-tf
TO~~LET— PART STORE; GOOD LOCATION
FOR NOTION AND STATIONERY. 2126 W.
PICO. 10-23-2
INVESTMENTS— ■
FOR SALE OR TRADE—KM LAS VEGAS
St., two houses, one 2-story, 4 flats of five
rooms each, and one 2-story, 'i flats of five
rooms each; lot 89x130; rents for $120 per
month; price 114,600. Owner will take a back
mortgage for 5 yeans at C per cent.
ROBINSON-ALBAUM
REALTY AND INV. CO.
20} FROST liUXi. 10-27-4
TYPEWRITERS-.
AIO- MAKES lUSBUILT TTP»WRITBU»».
Prices lowot in Urn oltf.
I Regular 13 rental machines reduced t« M.M
month, or threo montht for W. ..„_
UOS ANCJKLIia TYPEWRITER E.tCHANGB
Branch • *~- '
AMERICAN ■ 'KITING MACHINE CO..
AMU. UI C. l»ru»jlw«r, JkUlu 3iH.
- ■ »-l-tl
j^OR SALE—House*
New aid Beautiful-
Five aid Six Room
Bungalows Bungalows
These houses have a very arttstlo exterior,
with cement porches across the front.
INSIDE ARRANGEMENT THE BEST
having beamed codings, paneled walls, built
in bt>nVt, leaded glass mirrors, cabinet kitch
•D, l.\r;-H closot room, light and airy bed
rooms, hardwood floors In two rooms, electrlo
light fixtures the very best, pressed brick
mantels: In fact, the bouses are just as coxy
as could bn mad*.
Attention
$50 Down $50 Bows?
$50 Bowi
} Balance Lie Rent .
For the next few days we have decided to
make special terms on these properties. If
you want a bargain, now Is the time to se
cure one of the most 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. Take San Pedro st. car and
get off at 57th st.
See MR. ANDERSON
Cor. 57th St. and South Park Ay.
Phone—South 6561
io-a-7t
North Wilshire District
ON OXFORD BOULEVARD. 7-ROOM
MODERN BUNGALOW. PIPED FOR
FURNACE. THIS IS A DANDY LITTLE]
HOME AND CAN'T BE DUPLICATED
FOR THE MONEY. LOT IS 60 BY 179.
PRICE IS ONLY 14500, TERMS.
MATSON & SON
629J- South Main
10-28-30-tt
FOR SALE— /
»160 CASH. 125 PER MONTH.
New. thoroughly modern 5-room cottage
In E. Fourth st., near four car line*.
Terms }K>" cash. $26 per month. FRED
W. PEARSON, 220 American Bank bldg.
A 2388. 10-23-7
Invest In
Inglewood Bungalow Park
10-12-tf
FOR SALB-6-ROOM COTTAGE; MANTEL,
bath, toilet, sink, washstfind, hot water, gas,
electricity, sewer, cellar, lawn, flowers, barn,
lot 40xlM to 20-foot alley; price (2300; easy
payments. Call at 4700 CENTRAL AYE.
10-26-St
FOR SALB-FIVE-ROOM COTTAOE, MOD
ern, attractive Interior; palms, fruit trees
and shrubbery of all kinds; southwest; terms
to suit; at a bargain. F. C. HILL, 240 Wtl
cox bldg. A 3778. 10-28-3
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
8 INSERTIONS OF A HBRAIB WANT All
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertion* for the
price of S. A»k The Herald counter man.
10-12-tf
8-ROOM HOUSE ON BONNIE BRAE: IN
good condition; cheap. Inquire 1724 BONNIID
BRAE. 10-28-3t
• -ROOM HOUSE, 3977 WALL ST., LOT
50x142U; all Improvements; bargain for
c a ,h. 10-20-22-«3-28-28-30-31-tt
pOR —City Lots and Lands
The City
INGLEWOOD
That Grows
LAST YEAR 1000
THIS YEAR 2000
GET IN AND RIDE WITH US.
' .• 10-10-tf
WILSHIRE DISTRICT
ON CAHUENGA ST.. NEAR FOURTH
ST. J250 UNDER VALUE IF SOLD
SOON.
MATSON & SON
829 % S. Main. 10-28-30-21
r*l .
WE HAVE SEVERAL GOOD BUSINESS
properties close In, suitable for hotels or
apartments.
ROBINSON-ALBAUM
REALTY AND INV. CO.
203 FROST BLDG. 10-28-1
Go and See
Inglewood Bungalow Park
10-12-tf
]<X)R Mexican Lands
- MEXICAN' LAND
EONORA SINAbOA
SEND FOR FRKE ILLUSTRATED BOOK
LET, "THE WEST COAST. THE COLI
FORNIA OF MET4ICO," AND WEISKLK,
BULLETIN.
BEN. W. McCLOSKEY & CO.
700 Union Trust Building;
10-21-1
jOOR SALE—Musical Instruments
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF ALL KINDS
repaired, bought, gold, exchanged. Fin*
violin work and bow repairing. Expert
accordeon repairing.
LINDBT3RG MUSIC CO..
356 S. Hill St.
9-28-wed-frl-sun-lmo.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ALL KINDS,
repaired, bought, Hold and exchanged; Una
accordeon repairing. LINDBERO MUSIC
CO., 356 S. Hill st. 10-2-sun-tues-frl-t<
A. O. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON ST. PI
•oos sold, rented, tuned very low rates.
s-12-tf
JTOR SALE— Live Stock
FOR SALE—HORSE AND BUGGY; MARK,
7 years old, suitable for solicitors or rout*
work; god traveler and in good condition;
will sell reasonable. 1932 E. FIRST. Phono
Boyle 41*7. 10-23-tf
FOR SALE—CHEAP, HORSE, 18 HANDS, »
years, buy, single, double, saddle; 2 seta
single harness, 2 top buggies, 1 light spring
wagon; must be sold this week. 819 S.
FLOWER ST. | 10-27-4
FOR SALE— ~~ ~~
Fine young blocky horse and mare. 247 S.
Hartford it., Hollywood. A. T. MORRISON,
Phone 60868. 10-28->
FOR SALE-GOOD, GENTLE TEAM OB*
mares; price 8165. Take York blvd. car to
Sclnm. *'. 0. FUEHRER, 6aU) Julian st.
JiMKdw 10-12-n

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