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NEWS FROM NEARBY CITIES
PASADENA
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CHAMPIONS WITH RACKET
WILL PLAY IN PASADENA
Governing Committee Proposed
Tournament Announce Finest
Competition in Years
PASADENA. Nov. 9.—"The finest
tennia tournament ever staged In Pas-
adena," according to the promoters,
•♦will be held on the Hotel Maryland
stadium December 1, 2 and 3. "The
courts cannot be excelled," declared
Cloyd Quyer, who acted aa spokesman,
"and we already have assurance that
the crack players of California will
compete."
The governing committee of the pro
poaotl tournament has decided to hold
invitation women's doublos and singles
and men's singles. It has not been de
triniined whether men's singles will be
held, but if they are it is stated they
also will be by invitation.
The star performance of the meet,
according to the committee, will be the
match Saturday afternoon, December
S, between MeLoughlin of San Fran
cisco and Bundy of Los Angeles, run
ner-up for the national championship
this year. Both have accepted invita
tions to be present.
The Sutton sisters have agreed to
participate in the women's events and
it is thought Miss Hazel Hotchkiss will
be prevailed on to compete. Invitations
have been sont to other women tennis
experts and It is thought acceptances
will be general.
TENNIS COMMISSION ACTIVE
The tournair.ent will be under the
supervision of the "Tennis commis
sion," a unique organization of this
city which is said to be a club and yet
not a club. The commislson is com
posed of Eric Kobbe, Cloyd Quyer,
ltobert Pitcalrn, Tod Ford, John
Holmes, Lew Freeman, Leigh Guyer
and Don McOllvray. The first five
named constitule the governing com
mittee.
The member* of the commission have
formed an organization known as the
I'iisadena Tennis club in order to af
filiate with the Southern California and
National asosciattons to insure cham
pionship meet« for the Crown city, but
otherwise they will exercise none of the
functions of un ordinary tennis club.
The organization was perfected last
summer when the management of the
Hotel .Maryland decided to build a ten
nis stadium with courtfc and accessories
second to none in the country, with
the understanding that trfe "commis
sion" should stage at least one high
class tennis tournament each year.
The stadium Is located west of the
hotel, where once was situated the
spacious lawn. The Maryland pergola
■Unrounding the courts affords a pic
turesque setting and seating capacity
will be arranged for 1000.
FLOWER SHOW PROFITS TO
GO FOR BUILDING FUND
PASADENA, Nov. 9.—Unofficial fig
ures from the Pasadena Gardeners' as-
BOOlatlon show that the profits from
the- recent flower show wil be at least
$700, which will be-s-t aside as a nu
cleus for a fund to build a horticultu
ral hull. It is said the large profit
is due to the 'fact that the grounds,
tent and lights for the show were
furnished free. James McGllligray.
has resigned his position as vice presi
dent of the association and will leave
Saturday for San Diego to accept a
position with George W. Marston of
that city. He has been cultivating
prize-winning llowers for R. K. Bleek
er of Pasadona.
QUEEN CANDIDATES QUIT
PASADENA, Nov. 9.—Voting in the
tournament queen contest yesterday
was at a standstill, probably because
thr general election held the stage.
Miss Jean French, Mrs. R. D. Davis
Hiul Mrs. Robert Burdette have -with
drawn their names, leaving but eight
candidates In the field. A meeting of
the contest committee will be held to
day, and it Is thought Interest In the
'.ueen contest will soon be at fever
heat now that the governorship and
district attorneyship is settled.
ARRESTS IN PASADENA
PASADENA, Nov. 9.—The report of
Chief of Police Wood just issued shows
but sixty-one arrests made in this city
during October. Fourteen were on
county complaints. Three of the
county cases and ton of the city cases
were golden ruled, leaving thirty-six
city convictions and eleven county
convictions.
PASADENA SPORTS
PASADENA, Nov. 9.— H. I. Chatfiold
and William Nevin will play against
Clarence Brewster and George P. Gary
today noon In the doubles handball
tournament of the Pasadena Athletic
club. In yesterday's play Prof. H. J.
Uyttenhovo and Harry Pyle defeated
P. B. Popenoe and S. D. Mulvin in
two consecutive sets, 21-13 and 21-19.
Two games in the City Bowling
league will be played tonight. The
Stars will play the News on Myers'
alleys and the Platt Juniors will play
the Grocers on Platt's alleys.
Play In the junior division of the
grammar school indoor baseball which
■was scheduled for yesterday was calWd
off by the principals of the schools,
who decided at a called meeting that
lnterscholastlc competition is too
PASADENA CLASSIFIED
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curled. Low rates. expert work. MRS.
LOUIS lULLIEUX, 1361 Morton avenue.
Main 711. ' ■ : ■...-■ U-3-linu
' PASADENA BUSINESS COLLEGE
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OLDEST AND BEST SCHOOL IN TUB
City; new building, Individual Instruc
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Ing school. Enroll today, 346 N. FAIR
, OAKS. I 9-87-tf
PASADENA CLEANERS & HATTERS
WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
All kinds of altering and repairing. - 79 N.
Rrymniiii ay,.. PHONE 808«. 10-10-lf
PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL
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Nunnet 2740
strenuous for youngsters under 12
years of age, the limit set for tho
Juvenile division.
A number of Maccabee Indoor base
ball fans will Journey to Long Beach
this evening to root for their team
against the Long Beach club.
In the polo game yesterday after
noon at Tournament park the Whites
defeated the Reds by a score of 3 to
1 in four 12-minute periods of fast
play.
PASADENA PARAGRAPHS
PASADENA, Nov. 9.—Local police
are looking for a man giving his name
as Thomas nankin who passed a bogus
check for $12.80 on the Ideal grocery,
26 North Lake avenue, in payment for
a box of apples which he ordered sent
to a vacant lot on West Wulnut street,
uiul which netted him $11 In change.
The forty-vvepage proposed ordi
nance outlining ways and means for
improving South Orange Grove ave
nue with new paving, wider parkings
and underground conduits, will be pre
sented to the cty councl today.
Members of the Pasadena Motorcycle
club arb rehearsing for a home talent
minstrel show to be given at the Nor
ton theater next month.
Arrangements have been made for
the Throop academy lecture course to
begin early in December. There will
be eight events Including several musi
cal programs.
The Columbia Child Study circle will
meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the
Columbia kindergarten. Prof. George
Uraden will lecture on physical cul
ture and a musical program will be
rendered.
An Important meeting of tho Wil
son-Franklin Child Study circle will
be hold this afternoon at 3 o'clock in
the kindergarten building.
CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON
LONG BEACH POLYTECHNIC
Board of Education Soon to Lay
Cornerstone of High School
LONG BEACH, Nov. B.—Actual con
struction work began this morning at
the polytechnic high school, at Six
teenth street and Atlantic' avenue,
twenty men being at work, running
levels and Betting stakes for the cor
ners of the buildings. Contractor Lynn
Atkinson, who recently suffered an at
tack of ptomaine poisoning, will not be
able to attend to the work for about
ten days morn, but his brother will
superintend it for him.
The encouraging: report that tho cor
nerstone laying can take place within
about thirty days was given to tho
hoard of education this morning, and
the cornerstone, say the members, will
be laid on or before December 10. A
prominent speaker will be secured from
another city.
The board of education this morning
drove the first stake, one marking the
center of the main building:, opposite
Sixteenth street and 100 feet east of
Atlantic avenue. The president. Dr.
(}. C. Burbank, struck the first thwack.
There will bo ample room for tonnis
courts, baseball and football fields and
tennis courts.
LONG BEACH MAN STARTS
ON A HUNT FOR WHALES
I,ONG BEACH, Nov. B.—With a
harpoon gun antl a brass cannon on
board, as well as a big reel, Capt. J.
D. Loop, owner of the launches Music
and Camiguln; Capt. A. H. Mason, an
old whulo hunter; Engineer Clyde
Tibbets and other members of the
regular crew, set forth at an early
hour this morning on the Camiguin
to hunt for whales.
Many bigr, brown whales have been
seen in this vicinity during the past
few years, and the whale hunt Is the
fulfillment of one of Capt. Loop's long
cherished dreams. Several men who
asked to be taken as pasengers this
morning were refused permission to
accompany the expedition.
HOTEL VIRGINIA IMPROVEMENTS
LONG BEACH, Nov. B.—lmprove
ments are to bo made at Hotel Vir
ginia this month, extending from the
roof to the basement. The roof is being
improved with new tiling, all the guest
rooms will be retinted, the ceilings and
scaglioli columns In the lobby will be
retouched, the kitchen ranges will be
taken apart, cleaned and rebuilt; new
pumps will be Installed In the engine
room and all parts of the house will
be gone over with a vacuum cleaner.
ELOPERS WILL BE MARRIED
LONG BEACH, Nov. B.—Sidney
Riggs, aged 17 years, and Lorena
Shields, aged 16, who eloped Sunday
afternoon, but were brought home from
Los Angeles yesterday by the girl's
father, probably will be married to
morrow. As today was a holiday, no
marriage license could be obtained.
, According to Mrs. Shields, the young
couple have been forgiven and the
wedding bells may ring at once, so far
as the parents are concerned.
SANTA ANA DEMANDS P. E.
COMPANY REMOVE RAILS
SANTA ANA, Nov. B.—The city
trustees last night appointed S. J.
Jackman and W. L. Grubb as a com
mittco to interview the Pacific Elec
tric Railway company In regard to
paving the right of way on North
Main street, also as to moving the Pa
cific railway's tracks lying north of
the Main street bridge to the center
of the road from the east side of the
roadway as they now lie. It is likely
that if the railway company does not
comply with tho request made the
council will cite the company to show
cause why It should not have Its
franchise revoked.
NEW ROAD PROJECTED
RIVERSIDE, Nov. B.—lt is under
stood that an application will be tiled
with tho board of supervisors tomor
row for a steam railroad through
Riverside county. It Is presumed that
the route will be through Beaumont,
Moreno, FUvaralde, Klsinore and To
mecula and then to San Diego. It Is
believed the proposition is being backed
by the Western Pacific.
GOLF CLUB ORGANIZED
RIVERSIDE. Nov. B.—The directors
of the Victoria Uolf club organizei
night with the followlnu officers: Pres
ident, P. T. Evans; vice president, De
AVitt Hutching!): secretary-treasurer,
Phil G. Rimell.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1010.
LONG BEACH
CIRCULATION DFPARTMBNT
123 \v. Ocean. Home 400; Buna«t 5411.
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TRAINED NURSE ADJUDGED
INSANE AT LONG BEACH
Police Stretch Net Under Win
dow, Then Force Door of
Woman Patient
LONG BEACH, Nov. B.—After hav
ing the city firemen stretch a net below
in which the woman would be caught
if she attempted to Jump to the ground,
as it was feared she would do, men
working under orders from the police
department and the constable forced
open a door to a room on the fourth
floor of Hotel Arlington this morning
and took into custdy Miss Katherine
McGovern, a trained nurse, who has
showed signs of insanity since Sunday
night and who locked herself in her
room and refused since that time to
eat or sleep or to admit anyone to the
room.
Miss McGovern Is about 37 years old.
She has resided at the Arlington for
two months and was an Intelligent,
charming woman who was popular in
the hotel's social circle.
After sho had showed signs of be
coming insane Sunday night and had
locked herself in her room Justice
Brayton adjudged her of unsound mind
and Constable Hawkins was instructed
to take her to Los Angeles. He went
to the hotel, but could not gain access
to the room without resorting to vio
lence, and it was feared the woman
would harm herself in trying to escape.
This morning after a lire net had been
stretched T. W. Williams, ex-chief of
police, accompanied Detective O'Rourle,
Captain Clayton McCord and Firo
Chief Shrewsbury into the hotel and
Mr. Williams forced open the door by
pushing against it with his shoulder.
Miss McGovern having refused to open
the door. She is said to have been
dancing and singing about the room
when the door was opened.
When brought downstairs and placed
upon a car to be taken to Los Angeles
by Constable Hawkins the woman waa
quiet and smiling.
LONG BEACH MAN MEETS A
TRAGIC DEATH IN ARIZONA
LONG BEACH, Nov. B.—B. <\ Am
mon, a Pike merchant, today received
a telegram announcing that his son
in-law, W. D. McClure, had been killed
in an accident at Roosevelt, Ariz. De
tails as to the accident are lacking.
Mrs. McClure was injured several days
ago, sufforing a bad sprain, which has
confined her to her bed.
City Treasurer E. E. Norton and
wife loft this afternoon for San Diego,
upon receipt of a message that Mra.
Norton"s mother, Mrs. R. B. Ground,
suffered a stroke of paralysis this
morningl and was In a serious condition.
TO LAUNCH STEEL STEAMER
LONG BEACH, Nov. B.—John F.
Craig announced today that he hoped
to launch the Hammond Lumber
company's $226,000 steel steamship at
the Craig plant on Long Beach harbor
a week from Saturday.
THE WEATHER
tiOS ANGELE3, Nov. 8. 1910.
Tlme.|Barom.|Ther.fHum| Wlnd|Vlc.|Weathar.
Ig a. m. 90.04 I 68 I M IKB 1 4 I Cloudy."
sp.m. ' 30.03 I 69 I 70 I W | 6 | Cloudy.
Highest temperature, 61.
Lowest temperature, 65.
Rainfall for season, .96.
Rainfall last season, to date, .85.
FORECAST
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. B.—For Southern
California—Cloudy, unsettled Wednesday; light
north wind, changing to west.
For ■ San Francisco and vicinity—Cloudy
Wednesday; light north wind.
For Santa Clara, Sacramento and San Joa
<juln valleys—Fair Wednesday; light north
wind. _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
DIED—
NEtiSON—At E,ast Hollywood, November 8,
James A. Nelson, aged 62 years. Brother
of Mrs. T. Scott. Funeral services from
residence, 1846 North Vermont avenue,
Thursday at 1:80 p. m. Interment In
Hollywood cemetery. 11-9-1
MARTlN—Florence Elizabeth Martin, In this
city, age 25, beloved wife of Melrose Martin.
Funeral from the chapel of Pierce Bros. &
Co.. 810 South Flower street, November 10, at
10 a. m. Interment Inglewood cemetery.
11-9-1
BROWN—At the 'home of her daughter, Mrs.
Albert Q. Gibbs, 1163 West Twenty-fourth
street, this city, November 8, Mrs. Edith
Brown, aged 67 years. Funeral private from
the residence November 9, at 2:30 i). m.
J 11-9-1
(JEMETERIES
INGLEWOOD PARK
CEMETERY
Two miles outside the city limits, on the
Los Angeles & Redondo railway; 300 acres
of perfect land with Improvements outclass
ing any cemetery on the coast.
207 8. BROADWAY. ROOM 202.
Phones F3303, Main 4659.
Superintendent's phone 10541.
9-28-12 mo
ROSEDALE~CEMETERY
An endowed memorial park, noted for Its
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
petual care, over 1250,000; modern receiving
vault, chapel, crematory and columbarium;
accessible. . City office, suite 802-306 EX
CHANGE BLDO.. northeast corner Third
and Hill sts. Phones-Main 909; A 3620. Cem
etery office, 1831 W. Washington st. Phones
72558; West 80. 6-2-12 mo
Hollywood" cemetery
Rolling lawns, trees, shrubbery and beautiful
lakes. • «.
MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT '. '
Situated In the most beautiful section of
Southern California, the ideal location, just
Inside Los Angeles city limits.
Melrose and Colegrove car lines to grounds.
A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT
Aim. 208 Laughlin Bldg. Main 391.
Cemetery phones 69055; Hollywood 542.
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
The Los Angeles Cemetery association, Boyle
Heights, near city limits. Operated under
perpetual charter from Los Angeles city.
Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, 339 Bradbury Building.
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Cemetery—Home D1O83; Boyle 9.
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books; good at figures; have had a year's
experience as real estate salesman; would
like a position In which any or all of these
requirements are necessary; small salary to
start. H. McDERMOTT, 430 E. 65th st.
~» 11-9-7t
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG AMERI
can man, married, eight years assistant In
office work, nineteen years foreman, both
positions with same company In the east;
good penman; four years' dlsplayman with
U. S. weather bureau; best of references.
602 N. ORANGE GROVE AYE., Pasadena,
Cal. 11-5-10
WANTED-SITUATION BY AN ELECTRICAL
engineer, a technical graduate, 23 years of
age, and of four years' practical experience
In the Installation and operation of dyna
mos, motors and kindred electrical apparatus,
would like position as Installer, operator or
salesman. Address BOX 163, Herald. 11-5-10
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND INSIDE FlN
lsher, young and sober man, with best ref
erences from state Institution In California as
head mechanic wants position In state In
stitution la or near Los Angeles, having
served full time in the army. Address S.
H. KLEIN, 6010 Comp'on aye. 11-4-10
SITUATION WANTED BY SOBER, RE
liable man to do general work in private
family or as ooaebman, or work on a
ranch. Have good recommendations. Ad
dress LARS ALSETH, 63314 S. Flower St.,
room 22, Lob Angeles. 11-6-7
WANTED—BY A THOROUGHLY RELIA
bIe driver of six years' experience, position
as ohauffeur. Capable of doing own re
pairing. Can furnish best of references.
Address R. F.. 1610 B. Main st. Phone
Bdwy. , 2616. 11-8-10
SITUATION. BY YOUNG MAN
25 as night or day watchman; am steady,
living in Los Angeles over 3 years. Ap
ply H. KENWORTH, 247 E. Fifth St., Los
Angeles. Ask for looksmlth. , 11-8-10
WANTED— MAN, 35, WANTS TO
work on ranch or care for country place;
experienced, reliable, thorough worker; best
of references. Address W. P. VESTAL, gen
eral delivery. Los Angules. 11-7-8
WANTED—SITUATION AS COUNTER MAN
In dairy lunch room or position as grocery
clerk; with several years' experience; best of
references. Address J. V. S., 123 N. Broad
way, Los Angeles, Cal. ■ 11-6-10
BUTLER, ENGLISH. FIRST CLASS, DE
sires situation, unimpeachable references.
Late President Grover Cleveland and
others. HARRY COLPERS, 425 Court st.
Home phone 7073. 11-G-4
SOBER, RELIABLE MAN, EXPBRIENC
ed horseman; can milk cow. take care of
garden,' handy all round man, wants sit
uation, Institution or private place. BOX
119, HERALD. 11-8-10
FIRST CLASS BOOKKEEPER, 11 YEARS'
commercial experience, accurate, rapid,
reliable, open for engagement. Also sten
ographer. Best references. BOX 67,
HERALD. • 11-2-10
YOUNG MAN. 25 YEARS OLD, WOULD
like to secure a position on a ranch at
general work. Party has good health.
Write LOS ANGELES HERALD. BOX
14, 11-3-10
SITUATION WANTED BY A STEADY
man; would like store work, but employ
ment of any kind would be\acceptable.
Address J. H. A., box 122. Herald.
11-8-10
WANTED—SITUATION. YOUNG MAN 20
years of age to drive wagon; knows city
well; can show first-class reference. Ad
dress W. F. MOHR, 1635 Echo Park aye.
11-7-7
YOUNG MAN. AGE 23, THOROUGHLY
reliable, wants position any kind of work;
has office experience. Best of references.
Address BOX HI, HERALD. U-3-10
SITUATION WANTED—YOUNG MAN, 28,
strong and good habits, desires employment
of some kind; not very good use of left
hand; no soliciting. Tel Home F5375. 11-4-10 j
WANTED-POSITION AS COTTON RAISER
by government expert; best of references;
raised In cotton country. W. L. HOWARD,
82014 Central aye., Los Angeles. 11-9-10
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency, 510 Vlgnes street. Main 5726; Home
AM*. Men for house-cleaning, yard work and
general labor. 8-24-tf
SITUATION WANTED—BY ELDERLY MAN
as night watchman, janitor or houseman;
can give references. GEORGE FLOTZING
ER, 321 E. Second st, 11-4-10
WANTED—SITUATION. A CHAUFFEUR,
2 years' experience; can do own repair
work; first class references. BOX 120,
HERALD. ■ 11-6-13
WANTED—CARPENTER WORK OF ANY
kind, either new or repair work. W. C.
STEIN. Bethlehem Institute. Phone A4SB4,
Main 6726. ' ' 11-4-10t
WANTED- SITUATIONS BY TWO YOUNG
man to look after small ranch; will work
reasonable; experienced; references. BOX 160,
Herald. ' 11-7-7
WANTED—WORK ON A PRIVATE 'PLACE),
by a steady, sober, Industrious man.
Address BOX 63, HERALD. U-3-10
WANTED—Situations, Mate
WANTED—CHAUFEUR WITH LARGE EX
perlenos. Including two years driving test
cars in factories in east; also demonstrator;
will go anywhere. J. P. WALKER, San
Dlmas, Cal. 11-5-10
BY AN ENGLISHMAN. WOjK IN MINE;
carpenter; can mine- and sharpen steel;
can (tamo any kind of timbers in use In
a mine; can handle powder. BOX 113.
HERALD 11-8-10
WANTED — BY MAN PAST MIDDLE AGE,
a place to care tor horso and cow. Life
time experience. PAT HOBEN. Santa
Rosa hotel, cor. Fourth and San Fedro
its. 11-8-13
YOUNG MAN. 28. FROM THE EAST.
wishes position at anything; has had two
yean' experience In machine shop and gar
age; small wages expected. 'BOX 178, Herald.
11-9;4t
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO LEARN A
trade; any trade will do; with wanes to
start preferred; with German and French
language. DOYLE 958. 11-8-10
AN ENGLISHMAN WANTS A JOB; HANDY
with carpenter tools; can paint, garden
work chicken, cows, etc.; all round handy
man. BOX 113. HERALD. 11-8-10
WANTED — WINDOW CLEANING AND
all kinds of short Jobs. JOHN, 1221 S.
Figueroa fit. Phone Bdwy. 4050. 11-6-5
WANTED—POSITION IN CITY LEARN-
Ing to operate moving picture machine
evenings. BOX 111, HERALD. 11-2-10
SITUATION WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED
installment collector; references; married. B.
A. FOUNTAINS, 511 San Julian et. 11-9-10
YOUNG MAN. GERMAN AND FRENCH,
wishes position In private family for any
lino of work. FPOVLE 968. 11-8-10
WANTED—POSITION AS SUPERINTEND
ent of a ranch by reliable, trustworthy man.
Address BOX 125. Herald. 11-6-10
WANTED—POSITION BY LADY, FIRST
class cook, general housework In small fami
ly. Phone MAIN 1872. 10-29-16
YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION WITH
private family; Work In yard or house.
Phone MAIN 6916. 10-23-10t
A YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE A POSITION
In private family; can do any kind of work.
Phone Main 6916. 11-5-10
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN ALL-ROUND
candy and ice cream maker. Address BOX
164, Herald. 11-9-10t
YOUNG MAN WISHES TO LEARN CHAUF
feur with small wages to start. BOYLE
958. 11-8-10
WANTED—CARPENTER WORK, DAY.
job or contract. SOUTH 2107. 11-8-10
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-lj^
WANTED— Situations, Female
EMPLOYMENT WANTED FOR HALF DAY
or whole day, short hours, by refined woman
of 35; not heavy work ;* prefer small store
or light office work, but will take anything
I can do. Address I. F. H., 3141 E. Third
stree?, city. 11-7-7
WANTED—BY MUSICIAN AND TEACHER
of large experience and proficiency, piano
work of any kind or pupils In piano play-
Ing and voice building. Special rate this
week to tlnter or paperhanger. MRS.
WILSON. 2314 Maple aye. 11-8-12
STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST, COMPE
tent, ambitious, wiling; business ability;
have very best of references and five years'
experience. At present employed; must have
160 per month to start with. P. O. BOX 909.
10-22-20
WANTED—BY WIDOW, ENGLISH, . 40,
Protestant, position aa housekeeper lor
mother's help; rood plain cook; not afraid
of work; please state wages. BOX 118,
Herald. »-6-u
YOUNO LADY WITH A-l OIL LINE EX
porience wants position as stenographer, blu
er or price work. Can give reference. Phone
EAST 614. 8-1-tf
MARRIED LADY WOULD LIKE] FIRST
class apartment house to manage. Has
had experience managing hotel. Call up
A 4112. 10-20-JOt
WANTED—BY GERMAN WOMAN. LADY'S
•nd gentleman's washing and mending, or
go out by day. 617 CROCKER ST.. flat
4 . 11-1-10
WANTED— YOUNG LADY STEN
ographer will work for 17 week; can use
any machine. Phone BDWY. 8838. 11-1-15
WANTED—SITUATION. BY Al LAUN
dress 2 days In week: can give best of
reference. BOX 114. HERALD. 11-8-10
WANTED—BY WHITE) YOUNG WOMAN, 3
days each week cleaning, washing and iron
ing. 355 W. 66TH. 11-4-16t
WOMAN WANTS LIGHT HOUSEWORK IN
small plain family; close in preferred. L.,
918 Cottage place. U-»-15t
WANTED—DRESSMAKING BY THE DAY
or work at home. City reference. PHONE
TEMPLE 768. __ 11-1-ld
SITUATION WANT ADS. INSERTED IN
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE.
10-18-tf
SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE.
10-18-tf
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE SITUATION
In nice office. Handy with typewriter.
PHONB WEST 8774. 11-6-13
GIRL, 13 YEARS OLD, TO NURSE OR HELP
do housework. Phone 23377. njHjl
WANTED— Male & Fern.
SITUATION WANTED AD3 INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-H-tf
VY 7 ANTED—To Purchase Stock
WANTED—
Slock In the Los Angeles Investment com
pany; any amount up to 140,000; will pay
within 5 per cent of the company's selling
price. O. F.. care Globe Savings Bank.
•-11-U
RANTED— To Purchase Real Estate
WANTED —WE HAVE A CUSTOMER FOR
a 2-story house In Wilshlre district of
southwest, of. about eight or ten rooms.
Must be modern and practically now.
About $6500. Owners give particulars,
etc.
Campau-Schuyler Realty Co.
716 Broadway Central Bldg.
Main 705. A 5445. 1
11-D-l
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY— BULL PUP. ADDRESS
BOX 162, Herald. 11-9-tf
OLD GOLD. SILVER, PLATINUM,
diamonds, coins, antiques bought. KLEIN,
739 S. Hill. - 11-9-7
WANTED— CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 758 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones Slain
1106; FSOII. i:-17-tf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LAWYER'S ADVICE FREE
Suite 838 H. W. Hellman Bldg., Fourth and
Spring.
General practice of law In all Its branches.
Civil and criminal cases conducted In all
courts. Charges moderate. Confidential.
10-18-lmo
_ DIVORCE LAWS.
ADVICE FREE; NO PUBLICITY. 1-- W.
THIRD ST., ROOM 231. CALL 3 Tt) C.
11-9-t<!
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS — PERSONAL
Injury claims specialty; estates tied. J.
W. MACY, (38 Douglas bldg. Phones: ASM;!,
Main 8633. tf
I INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
prlca of 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
(JESSPOOLS—
IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPING CO.-
We take out largest load. W.it (396;
2201 V. ' »-l»-«*
]<"OR EXCHANGE— Estate
COUNTRY PROPERTY
FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE
$17,000—ICQ acre alfalfa ranch, teams,
tools, wagon and plenty of water. Want
Los ' Angel* s.
$10,000— 80 acros, 30 In alfalfa, balance
In grain; house, wagon and team, tools, «to.
Flowing well. Want good eastern or Los
Angeles.
16 acres, all In alfalfa, on Strawberry
Park car lino. $600 per acre. Wants •
farm In Kansas.
40 : acro homestead at l'uma; rich land
and wator on the land, $750.
20 acros of rich Yum* valley land, 10
acres cleared; under the Laguna dam. Good
wagon and team, tools and good cow. Prlos
|360°- SEE McCOY
440 OHAMBEH OF (t»I>LKHCH BXDG.
Phone F1468, Main 6802. 11-9-1
FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES, DOWNEY, «
' acres alfalfa, 1 family orchard, pumplnx
plant, good house, barn, chicken corral*,
all stock and implements, only $5500.
Want city to $3500. balance mortgage.
IDEAL REALTY COMPANY
200 Severance Bltig., Sixth and Main.
Phones 61851, Bdwy. 3237. 11-9-1
FOR EXCHANGE—
30 acres adjoining Lancaster; six-room mod
ern house, cellar, i>umplnsr plant, barn, stock
and Implements; price $7,100: clear. Want
city. B. O. GARDNER, 711 Grosse bldg.
11-9-1
FOR EXCHANGE—WB CAN EXCHANOH
your property, no matter where located.
SLACK & COMPANY, 418-20 Grand bldg.
10-14-lmo
FOR EXCHANGE—
FOR EXCHANGE MISCELLANEOUS—
Good pair of high top rubber boots, prac
tically new, for bull pup. Address B. 8.,
box 162, Herald. Give phone and ad
dress in letter. 11-3-tf
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, IF PRE
pald, your ad three times for the price
of two, or seven times for the price of
five. 11-3-tf
i" CAN MATCH ANY EXCHANGE; WHAT
have you? DU BOSE. 701 Grosse Bldg.
F1167. : IQ-H-tt
yOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— :
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
I Em 160 Acres
In Woodville District
WEST OF FORTERSVILLB. TULARB CO.,
VERY GOOD ALFALFA LAND; IN FACT.
GOOD FOR ANY CROP YOU WISH TO
PLANT. WANT CLEAR LOTS OR HOUSE,
UP TO $6000.
PRICE OF LAND $60 PER ACRE. MORT
GAGE ON LAND. $4400 AT 8 PER CENT.
RUNS ABOUT FOUR, TEARS. THIS 13 A
REAL BARGAIN.
GEO. J. SHOENHAIR
376 Wilcox Bldg.
Phone A 2334. U-«-7t
SPECIAL NOTICES— . ,
YOUR EYES
This is your opportunity to nave your eyes
examined by a well known specialist. To
those presenting this notice at 828 Security
Building. Dr. W. C. Dickspn extends the
courtesy of- free examination and consultation.
Special attention paid to eyes of children,
RELIABLE OPTICAL CO., If
828-329 Security Building.
, FIFTH AND SPRING, THIRD FLOOR.
I THE OWNERS OF THE HARTLEY COL
ONY LANDS, at Merced, Merced county,
California, announce that Mr. Harry Woods,,
formerly of the Woods Land Co. of Merced
1 and Los Angeles, has no Interest or connec
tion whatever In the HARTLEY COLONY
COMPANY. AH inquiries should be ad
dressed direct to the HARTLEY COLONY
COMPANY, «27 Story bldg., Los Angeles, Cal.
11-9-3
ROOF REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTEND
ed to. All work guaranteed. CALIFOR
NIA ROOFING AND SUPPLY CO.. 411
B. Seventh st. Main 2428, F5»46.
10-14-lmo
OirtlrfTMClMO ana building paper, best
K(U'(U'lr'irX(Ul grade. Closing out, half
price. 2903 GRIFFITH AYE. South 4163.
n-a-u
WE FIX ROOF 3 TO STAY FIXED.
Chimney cleaning and repairing. MON
MBRT CO., IBIS W. Pico. West 6886.
62667. • U-2-tf
PRINCH JOHN DE GUELPH'S MEMOIR 3
$2 per oopy; fine autograph by his half
brother. HARRY COLPBRS. 425 Court st.
STANDARD ROOFING AND REPAIR CO..
repairs any kind of leaky roofs, city or
country. Bdwy. 8746. 626 S. FLOWER ST.
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
WANTED — AND GENTLEMEN'S
Clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAIN 8897; F6936. g-25-Umo
CLOSING OUT 2800 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint, $1.50 per gallon. BHEEHAN'S.
tOO B. Broadway. 1-IS-tt
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED— WHO WILL FURNISH
about $3600 cash to build small; cheap
bungalows on very desirable tract of.
land In growing section of the southwest.
We can sell the houses as fast as bulk.
Will give good share of profits. We have
experienced builder connected with us who
will do the building at the lowest price.
Good security. Aotlve or silent.
Q. & S. BUILDERS,
716-718 Broadway Central Bid*.
11-9-3
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for tho
price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
U-l-tf
FOR SALE—SMALL NO. 1 JOB PRINTING
office at one-half its value. J. W. HART,
62 E. Colorado St.. Pasadena. 11-8-7
BATHS-
SAVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREH
times for the price of two, or seven times
for the prise of five, If prepaid. U-l-tf
PERSONAL — SULPHUME, VAPOR, SEA
salt baths, scalp treatments, 10 to 10. F7519.
BADGER TOILET PARLORS, Room 2"S, 703
S. Spring. 9-24-tf
MISS ANITA HBLDMAN, 814 SANTEB ST..
two blocks east of Main. Salt baths, electrlo
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. 10-20-1*
11914 SO. SPRING, SUITE 8 — CHIROPODY,
electricity, massage, vapor and shower baths.
$-5-tf
MASSAGE, BATHS, CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants. JKAN LUNN, KO S. Bway. *-*J-^
AUTOMOBILES—
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A SEC
ond-hand car? Do you want the details
of the car you desire or reaulre broadly
and effectively advertised free of charge?
Do you want absolutely fair, square, hon
est treatment? Do you want best pos
sible results? If so write us. GENERAL
SALES CO.. '1342-1844 S. Main st. Phono
12937. **•»-»
HAVE YOU AN AUTOMOBILE FOR BALE.
for' exchange or otherwise? Then use THE
HERALD'S classified automobile columns.
• 10-14-tf
SAVH"' MONET! YOUR ADVT. THREH
times tor the price of two, or seven times
for the price of five. If prepaid. 11-l-tf
JOHN HERMAN, 252\4 S. MAIN". NOT BAT
lsfactluii, but accuracy guaranteed, 12-£S-l£
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