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IMPOSING LETTER STARTS
HUNT FOR MISSING GIRL
Near-Legal Document Asks Los
Angeles Police to Help
Find Etta Letchers
A peculiar document couched in near
legal phraseology and bearing an im
posing notarial seal affixed to a com
mon sheet of writing paper was re
ceived at the detective bureau last
night from Chicamausa, Ga. ( having
been issued by a country justice of the
peace at that place, who wants to learn
the whereabouts of Etta Letchers, who
is "lost from that place."
The letter is dated Chicamauga, Ga.,
Nov. 13, and is addressed to the "Po
lice Headquarters, Los Angeles." The
letter reads as follows;
"Alice Tensely comes Before me and
Makes Oath that She is a Blßti
Etta Letchers, And that she is lost
from Her, and Makes this her Petition
That she Might get some information
concerning Sister.
"This November 13, 1010.
(Seal) "H. S. SIMMONS, J. P.
"P. S.
"If you know Any Thing of Etta
Letchers write Mrs. Tensely at Clilck
amauga."
The postscript was written in hand
writing somewhat similar to the body
of the letter and evidently by tlie same
person. A second postscript, written in
a scrawl, reads:
■•p. s.—Miss Etta Letchers is the
name of the Person Missen."
ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETE
FOR BANQUET TO BISHOP
Arrangements have been completed
for the banquet to be tendered Bishop
W. F. Oldharn by the Methodist Social
union of Los Angeies this evening at
the Hotel Westminster. W. S. Allen
will introduce A, J. Wallace, who will
preside. J. K. Hawk and J. E. Carr
will give reports from the city mission
ary society. The principal address is
to be delivered by Bishop Oldham.
Bishop Oldham was elected to the
episcopacy at the meeting of the gen
eral conference in Los Angeles six
years ago. He is bishop of India With
headquarters in Singapore and will re
main in Los Angeles several week* in
the Interest of his work.
MOTORCYCLIST ESCAPES
DEATH UNDER LOCOMOTIVE
William Sonntagr, 21 years old, a line
man employed by the Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph company, narrowly es
caped being killed last night, when,
while riding- his motorcycle across the
Southern Pacific tracks at Thirtieth
street and Central avenue, he was
struck by a switch engine and hurled
fifteen feet to the curb. He suffered a
fractured right collar hone, a broken
right elbow, a sprained neck and nu
merous bruises on the body.
Sonntag was picked up by several
autolsts who were near the scene of the
adcldent and hurried to the receiving
hospital, where his injuries were treat
ed by Police Surgeon C. W. Wright.
The injured man lives at 544 Bait
Twenty-ninth street.
GIRL AND BOY BITTEN BY
RABIES=INFECfED CANINE
Evangeline L.lngenfelcler, B years old,
daughter of F. Lingenfelder, 1014 East
Fifty-first street, and a boy named
Cherry, whose parents live at Flor
ence, ii suburb a short distance south
cif the city, were bitten by a dog Tues
day. Later the animal was killed ;ind
.-in examination, completed yesterday,
showed that it was a victim of rabies.
Both thf girl and boy are being ■■ v n
the Pasteur treatment.
C. W. Allwood, a grocer at 4913 Cen
tra] avenue, saved the girl from fur
ther Injury after the dog snapped at
lior. Two of the animal's teeth |
irated her lower lip. The boy was bit
ten about three hours later.
THE WEATHER
Los angeles, Nov. is, 1*11).
Time.!liarom.|Thei.|llum| Wind|Vic. j Weather.
6a.m. I 80.09 I B6 I 8S I N e~\~f~ l Cloudy."
6 p.m.! 30.07 I 57 I S3 | aw | 8 | Clear.
Highest temperature 61.
Lowest temperature 64.
Rainfall for season .!!'.•.
Rainfall last season to date .SB. ,
FORECAST
' SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. IS.— San Fran
cisco and vicinity: Fair Saturday; light, west
wind, Changing to buUlh.
For Santa Clara valley: Fair Saturday,
light frost in the morning;; li;;; north wind.
For Sacramento valley: iair Saturday;
light north wind.
For Kan Joaquin valley: Fair Saturday;
light frost In the morning; light north wind.
For Southern Caliiurijia: Cloudy Satur
day; possibly rain In this morning; light suuln
wind.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
CBUMP-LANDQREN —Allle B. Crump, ago
-'•. and Florence H. Landgren, age 15; na
tives of Kentucky uau, Nebraska; residents
of La Mirada.
WELLER-ECKLE— W. Wellor, atu
30, and Ida L'ckla, a s t: 2S; natives of
New York and Ohio; residents of Loa
Angeles and Akron, O.
CONNELLY-DONALD —Charlie 11. Connelly.
ago 42, and Edna G. Donald, a^e 25; na
tives of lowa and Kansas; residents of
liandall, Kas., and Mary - ICas.
rLANI2LLAS-IiSTOP.GEa Henry l'lanellas,
ago 41, and Josephine Estorgi age :ss;
natives of Louisiana; resident! of Los An
geles.
YQNACEL-YZUEL -Mariano Ygnacel, asre
£6, and Josefa Yzuel age 21; natives of
Spain; residents of Los Angeles.
BALDWIN-GIDLEY —Oscar L. Baldwin, use
47, and Sarah Gidley, v; 43; natives of
Indiana find Iowa; residents of Wbittler
and Phoenix, Ariz.
KADICIAN-EUKSUZIAN —Nigohos I.. M»d
igian, age 34, and tiiranovysh Kuksuziun,
age 25; natives of Armenia; residents of Los
Angeles and Fresno.
HENAN-POTIIIN —John Henan, age 29, and
Emille Pothin, age -.; natives of France;
residents of San Pedro and Los Angeles.
LOCKRIDGK-FLINN— Ben Locltridge, age
20, and Mary E. Fllnn, age 23; natives
of Illinois and Colorado; residents of Loa
Angeles.
NIGH-LITTLEFIELD— DonaId T. Nigh, ase
22, and Maud A. Llttlefleld, use 23; na
tives of Illinois and California; residents
of Los Angeles,
MAYER-GILLIGAN Henry Mayer, ase 22.
and Gertrude GllliKan, ane 20; natives
of Kansas and Michigan; resident* of
Los Angeles.
FAULIN-GODFREY —G. C. Paulin, age 28,
and Maud Oodfrey, agfl 25: natives of
Turkey and Nebraska; residents of Port
land, Ore.
JIONTOYA-ENI ••■'•• —Francisco Montoya,
age 26, and liilza Encinas, aue 21; na
tives of Mexico; residents of Los Ange-
VAI.HNZUBLA-BONACHIA Val
enzuela. age 23, and Lucrocia Bonacbla,
age 17; natives of California and Mexico;
residents of Santa Monica.
LAWRENCE-McCLET-LAND— 1. J. Law
rence, age 30. and Laura A. McClelland,
aire 20: natives of Oklahoma and Wash
ington;' residents of Jtedlands and Los
■TA^ORD-COr>T,KT— TV. Stafford,
*«n <«. and Delia C Cooley, ago 13; na-
tlve» of Oregon and California; residents
of Ocean Park and Colton.
BIRTHS
BOYS
ROSENBERG—To Mori and Rosy Rosenberg,
1319 Palmer street.
THOMPSON—To Thoma» and Ruby Thompson,
1611 Newton street.
MORTENSON-To Albert and Ida Mortenson,
$38 Lake street.
GIRLS
NINICE—To Albert and Manuala Nlnlce, 329
North Anderson street.
ARTHUR—To Frederick and Frances Arthur,
Mission hospital.
DEATHS
PORTER— Frank Porter, county hospital, na
tive of Ohio, age 41; tuberculosis.
LlNDSEY—William Lindsey. 527 South Mott
street, native nf Virginia, age SO; senility.
KlNG—Arthur King, 516 North Coronado street,
native of England, age 58; paralysis.
1 RANDALL—Mary Randall, 420 West Selma,
Hollywood, native of New York, uge 6(i;
dysentery.
CRippEN—Myron Crippon. 245 South Flower
street, native of Michigan, age 76; pneu
monia^ .^_____«_
(JEAIEI ERIES—
INGLEWOOD PARK
CEMETERY
Two miles outside the city limits, on th»
Los Angeles & Redondo railway; 300 acres
of perfect land with improvements outclass
ing any cemetery on the coast.
207 F. BROADWAY, ROOM 202.
Phones F3303. Main 4659.
Superintendent's phone 10541. '
t-28-Umo
ROSEDALE~CEMETERY
An endowed memorial park, noted for Its
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
pe:ual care, over $250,000; modern receiving
vault, chapel, crematory and columbarium;
accessible. City office, suite 3u2-306 EX
CHANGE BLDQ., northeast corner Third
and 11111 sts. Phone*— Main 909; A 3620. Cem
etery office, 1831 W. Washington st. Phones
72SES; 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 Angelea city limits.
Melroae and Colegrove car lino* to grounds.
A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT
All3l. 208 Laushlin Bldg. Main 391.
Cemetery phones 69055; Hollywood 612.
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
The Los Angeles Cemetery association, Boyle
Heights, rear city limit*. Operated under
perpetual charter from Los An&elea city.
Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, 339 Bradbury Building.
Phones—Main 652: A 6466.
Cemetery— Home DIOS3; Boyle 9.
6-5-i:mo
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertion* for the
price of 8. Ask The Herald counter man
10-18-tf
MONEY To LOAN—
WE LOAN MONEY
To wage-earners and housekeepers, on per
sonal note; $10 and upward. Do you owe
the landlord. or the grocer? Do you want
money for any purpose? You repay weekly
or monthly. No publicity; lowest rates.
PARK LOAN & CREDIT CO.,
424 80. Broadway. Room 710.
8-23-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
$30,000 to loan on real estate, city or country,
6 to 7 per cent, amount to suit. MOVER
& GILBERT, 302 H. W. Hellman bldg.
Home phone ASB27; Main 6474. 10-2-tf
PRIVATE MONEY. 6 AND 7 PER CENT.
NO DELAY. ON CITY OR COUNTRY
PROPERTY: STRAIGHT BUILDINO
LOANS. LOCKHART & SON, 601 H. W.
HELLMAN BLDG. Main 1410; A 7553.
10-39-lmo
WANTED—MONEY. WANT $10,000 ON GILT
edge city real estate. W. A. ROBERTS
REALTY CO., 126 S. Broadway. Ground
floor Chamber of Commerce bldg. F6524,
Main 459. 10-9-tf
MONEY TO LOAN—SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
• llrity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T.
Johnson Bldg. 3-14-tf
R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDG.,
will loan you what you need on real es
tate, jFtocks and bonds. Building loans a
specialty. 6-9-tf
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, IF PRE
paid, your ad three times for the price of
of two, or seven times for the price of
rive. 11-2-tf
MONEY TO LOAN-FULL VALUE ON
diamonds, watches, pianos, furniture, stor
age receipts. G. F. THOMAS, 711 S. Broad
»-ay. lu-ao-tl
WANTED—TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOL
lars for one year at good Interest; payable
monthly or otherwise. BOX 238, Herald.
U-17-2t
TO LOAN SALARIED PEOPLE: NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE, 419 Henna bldg. io-4-tf
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY UN
til you ccc me. F. A. NEWTON, 708 O. T.
Johnson bldg. 11-6-tf
$500 TO 110,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. L. O'BRIEN & CO., Jefferson and Main.
6-9-tf
I^OR EXCHANGE—ReaI Estate
COUNTRY PROPERTY
Full SALE AND EXCHANGE.
$SQOu — 2^2 acres chicken ranch; tj-room
house, well, windmill, chicken yards and
houses; fins soil; In town of Huntington
Beach. Want residence la Los Angeles.
$17,000 — 160-acre alfalfa ranch; teami,
tools, wagons and plenty of water. Want
Los Angeles.
$10,000 —SO acres; 20 in alfalfa, balance
In grain; house, wagon and team, tools,
etc. Flowing well. Want good eastern
or Los Angeles.
16 acres, all in alfalfa, on Strawberry
Park car line: $600 per acre. Want a
farm In Kansas.
40-acre homestead at Yuma; rich land
and water on the land: $750.
20 acres of rich Yuma valley land. 10
acres cleared! under tho Laguna dam;
good \iacon and team, tools and good
cow. Price 18600.
SEE McCOY "
446 Chamber of Commerce Bid?
phone FI46S, Main 5002. 1 l-17-4t
FOR EXCHANGE— TO 640 ACRES IN THE
best app a, pear and alfalfa district in Cali
fornia 130 per acre; abundance of water: all
line, level land. DU BOrfE, 701 Gross* bldg,
11-10-tt
jOOR EXCHANGE—Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANGE MISCELLANEOUS—
Good pair of high top rubber boots, prac
tically uwr, for bull pup. Address B. 8.,
box 162, Herald. Give phone and ad•'
dress In letter. 11-J-tl
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, , IF > FRE.
paid, your ad three times for the price
of two, or (seven times for the price of
five. 11-2-tf
I CAN MATCH ANY EXCHANGE; WHAT
have you? DU BOSE, 701 Urosse Bldg.
Flit;;. iu-ii>-ti
JJAIR DRESSERS—
$ INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 insertions for th«
mice of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
" —.— 11-1-tf
JOINING—
BAVH MONET! YOUR ADVT. THREE
times fur the rice of two, 01 s«ven times
for the price of live. If prepaid. 11-1-tf
31US1CAL INSTRUCTION—
6AVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREE
times fox the price of two, or seven times
fur the plica .if fly. If prepaid. 11-1-tf
PHYSICIANS—
pa. C C JXUUU. o.suiul Lit o>».,t. may.
8-l»-tt
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19,1910.
Classified Business Directory
Ready reference list of responsible business firms. Consult it frequently for profit. Live busi
ness firms advertise, and their advertisements are simply invitations direct to you. Patronize
Herald advertisers.
ASSAYING
JOHN HERMAN, KIM B. MAIN. NOT BAT
l»fnctlon, but accuracy guaranteed, 12-22-tf
ATTORNEYS
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS — PERSONAL
injury claims specialty; estates setttled. J.
W. MATY. OSS Douglas bldg. Phones: ASS 33.
Main 8523. **
DIVORCE LAWS.
Advice free; no publicity. 122 W. THIRD
ft., romm 221. Cull 2 to 6. 11-9-tf
AUTOMOBILES
AUTOMOBILES REPAIRED AND REBUILT
PROMPTLY at 60c per hour. Home AvUSI.
D 3154 South Hill Street, In rear.
AUTO GARAGE
MAMMOTH GARAGE—4IO CENTER PLACE.
<th, bet. Main and Spring. Open day and
night. • "^l3-tt
BATHS . ,
PERSONAL — SULPHUME, VAPOR, SEA
salt baths, scalp treatments. 10 to 10. F7KI9.
BADGER TOILET PARLORS, Room £26,
502 S. Spring. 9-24-
MAGNETIC TREATMENT FOR RHEUMAT
ISM, NERVOUSNESS AND STOMACH
TROUBLES, 655 S. Olive St. Rooms 6-7.
MISS ANITA HELDM--N. 814 SANTEE ST.,
two blocks east of Main. Salt baths, elec
tric baths and treatment. 10-19-tf
MISS LOLA HILL. 70S CROCKER ST.,
tub baths and alcohol rubs. Hours 10 a.
in. to 9 p. m. 10-20-tf
119H S. SPRING ST, SUITE CHIROPODY,
eiectrlclty, massage, vapor and shower
baths. 6-6-tf
LOTUS BATHS, 254 S. BROADWAY; SClEN
tltlc massage, manicuring, chiropody. A 4513.
11-lti-lmo
MASSAGE, BATHS, CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants. JEAN LUNN. 620 8. Bdway.
2-17-tf
BICYCLES
BICYCLES—BICYCLES, TIRES AND SUP
plies at caEh prices. KNIGHT'S, 134 North
r Spring 9-23-tf
"~ BIRD DOCTOR
SICK PARROTS AND SMALL BIRDS
treated. Pets boarded. 212 S. FIGUEROA.
\\ ANTED— MaIe Help
WANTED—MEN WITHOUT EXPERIENCE
to work at electricity, plumbing, automo
biles, bricklaying. Your earnings will
more than pay preliminary Instruction
charge. 200 students last year. $30,000
contract Jobs; only few months required
and no expense to learn good trade. Free
catalogue. UNITED TRADE SCHOOL
CONTRACTING CO.. 658 Pacific Electric
bldg. ' „
WANTED-S7O MONTH; CUSTOMS, INTER
naI revenue, railway mull clerks: list of
spring examinations in Los Angeles now
ready; common education sufficient; prepara
tion free. Write, immediately. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE, Dept. 13A, Rochester, N. Y.
11-12-13-19-20-26-27-12-3-4-10-11
Cards $1.00 Per 1000
Other printing In proportion. HARRINGTON,
Printer, 138*4 S. Spring. Al4OO. 10-20-lmo
WANTED—INTELLIGENT. HONEST MEN
to work In city. Good steady Job for
the right men. Apply to W. H. Jldd,
Herald office, before 8 a. m. or after
6:30 p. m. . "-17~"
WE TEACH YOU 6 TRADES: AUTOMOBIL-
Ing, surveying, electrical engineering, plumb-
Ing and bricklaying. Call at 2110 W. SEV
ENTH ST. 10-20-lmo
PLUMBER WANTED-APPLT J. A. DAI
LEY, HUNTINGTON PARK. 11-I!)'''
IF YOU WANT HELP READ THE HER
aid situation wanted columns. 11-3-tf
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
Th» Herald free of charge. I°-"'''
ANTED— Female Help .
WANTED—LADIES, BEAUTY CULTURE
pays big; learn right, salary guaranteed.
"FLORENTINE," the world's largest. 227
Mercantile place, corner Broadway. 8-2-tf
WANTED — TELEPHONE OPERATORS;
experience unnecessary; salary while
learning. Apply 321 W. SEVENTH, sixth
floor Eshman bldg. 11-8-14
IF YOU WANT HELP READ THE HER
aid situation wanted columns. 11-3-tf
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-13-tf
W ANTED—Help, Male and Female
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
the barber trade; guaranteed in eight weeks.
Catalogue free. MOLER BARBER COL
LEGE, 122 E. Second at. 9-14-tf
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free, of charge. ____!___
\y ANTED—Agents
SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE.
10-1 a-tl
WANTED—Situations, Male
WANTED—AT ONCE, BY EXPERIENCED
printer anxl newspaper man, situation in a
Southern California weekly newspaper of
fice. 21 years old, no booze or cigarettes.
Havu had auveral years' experience man
dglug and "hustling" and writing for live
v..ieKly taper*. Can come Immediately.
"C, \V L. " 4-5 Bryson blk., Los Angeles,
Cal. 11-ii-H
Yi'UNO -MAN OF 32, WITH 7 YEARS' BUS
lness experience In California, la open for
position, preferably with a new concern,
where services are wanted of a wideawake
man with clean reputation and habits, as
asslttiint to manager in the manufacturing
or contracting business. Al references and
dutaila ut interview. BOX 294, Herald.
11*13-10
I
SITUATION, BY A MIDDLE
aged man aH night watchman or any kind
of light work. Have had experience in
and around hotels. Strictly temperate.
honest and reliable. Good references.
Addreiis W. W. WHITEHEAD, P«nl»l
Hal!, 227 South Main st. Phone Bdwy. 2056.
11-18-10
A RELIABLE, TRUSTWORTHY MAN DE
slrts a position as packer or canvasser
fir Bible house. Have had 3 years' ex
perience an general merchandise packer
for Montgomery Ward Co. of Chicago;
also experlonc* as canvasser. C. E.
KTOVER, box 287, Herald. 11-16-10
WANTED—BT. EXrEKIENCfip SALES
mun, position: thoroughly understands
sash door and woodworking of any kind
for building*: also plan*, estimating, etc.
Reasonable salary. J. SHAYLER. 1041
Wall St. U-10-7t
WANTED—SITUATION, BY YOUNG MAN
as handyman for private place or hotel
bar. Small wages, board and room.
Speaks French and English. STANLEY
TESHEA, 1635 N. Main st. 11-18-11
SITUATION BY MIDDLE-AGED
man, wiling to do ulmost anything; handy
with tools; can nleo care for heating plant
In apartment .•_-•» Address Room 14, 717
MAPLE AYE. 11-18-J
CESSPOOLS
IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPING CO.—
We take out largest load. West 6398; 22040.
2-10-tt
~ DENTISTS
DR. BACHMANN, 206-208 MAJESTIC THEA
ter bl'lg., 848 S. Broadway. F6681, Main 8816.
- 7-1-tf
FENCES: WIRE, IRON, WOOD
LOS ANGELES WIRE WORKS', MANUFAC
turers of and dealers In all kinds of wire
goods. Floral designs a specialty. 129
E. SEVENTH ST. Phone F5090.
11-13-lmo
CITY AND COUNTY WIRE WORKS, 629
WALL ST. _ 11-16-lmo
i FURNITURE
Furniture Bot, Sold, Exchanged.
KANTOR, 723 W. SIXTH. F2625. 11-17-tf
INSURANCE
FIRE, AUTOMOBILE. ACCIDENT. LIFE,
burglary, liability, plate glas, surety bonds.
RULE & SONS. Inc., 329-31 Hlgglns bldg.
11-13-tf
LADIES' TAILORING
S. ZINKO. THE LADIES' TAILOR. OPERA
coats, riding habits, etc 456 6. Bdwy. R. 1-2
9-l-6mo
MANICURING
j BURT TOILET PARLORS. MANICURING A
specialty; hrs. 10-10. 316 S. Bdway., room 8.
11-16-lmo
OPTICIANS
J. P. DELANY. 309 S. SPRING. ESTAB
lished 15 yrs. Glasses guaranteed 2 yrs.
- 11-16-lmo
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
—.—,—.——» —_, .— —^—^—-—.—-—-—*
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, TINTING,
decorating. Estimates; wall paper, paints,
J. A. LINNET & CO.. 813 W. Third.
Bdwy. 1758. F3260. 11-13-tf
—NEALE & BONNELL—
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Sunset 6897. Home 26483
. . il-i»-tr
It* a* easy ts secure a tm-ntnln In a nt*4
autc-aobVe. through want advertising, as II
o».-i1 to be— still la— ■•onra • her**
and carriage. . .. ..
RANTED—Situations, Male ■>
EXPERIENCED. COMPETENT BOOK
keeper and office man desires position.
Excellent references. Willing to go out of
city. Address BOX 244. HERALD. v
11-15-tf
• *
MIDDLE-AGED MAN, NOT STRONG, JUST
out of hospital, wants some kind of light
work and wants It very bad; will work
cheap; have to buy medicine; please help
me to a light position and you will oblige a
needy, honest man; can apeak German. Ad
dress JOHN SCHONEN, 1107 W. Eleventh
St., city. 11-18-17
A RELIABLE, TRUSTWORTHY MAN DE-
Fires position at any honorable employment;
have had 3 years' experience as general
mdse. packer for Montgomery Ward & Co.,
Chicago; also experience as checker; also
used to receiving room. Address C. E.
STOVER, 1012 E. 47th St. Phone South 687.
11-19-10
A FIRST CLASS, UP-TO-DATE FRENCH
and Italian cook; have worked for 6 years in
the highest class cafe in Los Angeles; 30
years' experience and never worked only In
the'highest class places. Phone Boyle 2133.
P. ZAWPPA, 406 N. Bailey st. 11-12-tf
AN EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER WHO
speaks, reads and writes .Spanish fluent
ly desires to obtain a position in a com
mercial house. Has no objection to re-
Bide in Mexico. 610 VIGNES ST. Phones
A 4884, Main 6726. 11-15-14t
DRUMMER WISHES POSITION IN MOVING
picture theater; has had long experience in
Chicago theaters with picture effects and
vaudeville; low class houses need not an
swer. Address F. A. HOWELL, 830 N. Fair
Oaks aye., Pasadena, 11-19-10
A COMPETENT LANDSCAPE GARDENER
wishes position in private or commercial
place; life experience greenhouse and out-
Bide work. Address GARDENER, 227U E.
First st. 11-10-lOt
WAN"rtSD— SITUATION IN MOVING Pic
ture theater, by middle aged man, either
as Janitor, door man or usher. Steady
situation desired. Address BOX 200,
HERALD. 11-17-10t
WANTED—SITUATION; YOUNG MAN;
can speak German and Scandinavian;
would like to learn a good trade with
small wages to start. BOX 245. HER
ALD. 11-15-12
WANTED —BT MAN PAST MIDDLE AGE,
a place to care for horse and cow. Life
time experience. PAT HOBEN. Santa
Rosa hotel, cor. Fourth arr^ Ean Pedro
sts. U-»-13
COLORED MAN WOULD LIKE WORK IN
a garage as washer or brass polisher; am
£3 years of age; do not use tobacco or drink
at all. Call D. J. HENDERSON, Main 6144.
11-12-10t
WANTED—BY AN HONEST, RELIABLE.
Blngle American gentleman, work of any
kind; am willing to work hard. Address O.
X., general delivery, San Pedro, Cal. 11-18-12
CHAUFFEUR WANTS POSITION IN PRl
vata family; can do repair work; have had
city experience and can furnish references;
good careful driver. Phone 29251. 11-18-7
WANTED—POSITION, BY AN EXPERT
bookkeeper and accountant; hotel work
a specialty. First class references. Ad
dress BOX 163. HERALD. 11-13-13t
WANTED —BY YOUNG MAN FROM NEW
York, a position In drafting office: has
had experience In shop work. Address
J. M. WISE, general delivery. 11-15-151
WANTED-POSITION AS COTTON RAISER
by government expert; best of references;
raised In cotton country. W. L. HOWARD,
Sl!') 1,:, Central aye.. Los Angeles. 11-9-10
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN IN
moving picture theater as usher, relief oper
ator or effect worker; experienced. JOHN S.
MAIBR. Box 161, Herald. 11-12-12
SOBER young MAN wants STEADY
employment, light delivery; will do any
thing. Reasonable; best references. EOAN.
F2135: 362 W. 9th. 11-13-12
SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN,
city or country; steady and reliable. Address
G. F.. 44116 S. Spring at., Los Angeles.
H-10-lOt
MILLWRIGHT OF EXPERIENCE WITH
references wishes position. Address
MILLWRIGHT, ■ box 103. Herald.
11-16-10t
YOUNG MAN (23), EMPLOYED NIGHTS,
wishes work In the afternoons; good edu
cation. Host of references. Address BOX
362, Herald. 11-13-13t
YOUNG MAN 20 YEARS OLD WISHES
a position as driver or anything else.
FRANK SCHICK, 416 W. Seventy-seventh
at. 11-16-10
WANTED—A LIGHT JOB BY AN OLD
man; can do almost anything. F. A.
BPRAOUE, Parker house, 40» 12. Fifth st.
ll*l6-14t
WANTED—POSITION AS JANITOR BY
young colored man with recommendations,
or work of iuw Wfld. Phone MAIN 8-731.
11-15-101
PRINTING
THE GERMAIN PRESS, COMMERCIAL
printers, 846 SANTEE ST. Main 6990.
U-15-lmo
ROOFING
ROOFING AND BUILDING PAPER, BEST
(trade. Closing out, half price. 2902 GRIF
FITH AYE. South 4163. __ 11-6-tf
WE FIX ROOFfI TO STAY FIXED. '
Chimney cleaning and repairing. MON
MEKT CO., 1513 W. Pico. West 6886, 62587.
11-2-tf
STANDARD ROOFING AND REPAIR CO.,
repairs any kind of leaky roofs, city or
country. Bdwy 37 Hi. 626 B. FLOWER ST.
11-4-tf
SANITARIUMS
THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Exclusively for women and children. Best
equipped and homelike hospital In the city
for confinement cases. Terms to suit. -1245
SOUTH FLOWKR. F1134. . 8-12-tt
SCALP TREATMENT AND ALCOHOL
rubs, room 16, Gladstone hotel, 128 West
Fifth and 605,4 South Main. Hours, 9 a. m.
to 9:30 p. m. 11-M-tf
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
WANTED-STUDENTS, $5 MONTH 'GREGG"
shorthand, bookkeeping, banking, day or
night. Positions. NATIONAL BUSINESS
COLLEGE, 603 Cham. Com L 11-1-3-lmo
SUCCESS SHORTHAND INSTITUTE -
World's Record System. 327-37 H. W. Hell
man Bldg. "*"'**
' ; STATUARY
INTERNATIONAL STATUARY COMPANY—
Garden Interior, statues, vases, fountains.
1322 WEST SEVENTH STREET. 11-13-lmo
STORAGE
LARGE PRIVATE, LOCKED IRON ROOMS
for furniture, etc; $1.60 and S- per month.
Trunks, boxes, etc.. $250 to 60c; open vans.
SO per day or 750 per hour. We pack and
ship household goods i everywhere at re
duced rates.
COLYEAR'S VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
Offices 609-11 S. Main st. Warehouse 416-17
San Pedro st. Phones F3171; Main 1117.
. 3-25-tf
TAILORING
WANTED —MEN TO HAVE THEIR OWN
clothes made for Jl2 a suit during No
vember. 132^ W. FIFTH ST. 11-13-lmo
~~ TYPEWRITERS
POSITIVELY BRAND NEW BALL-BEAR-
Ing back spacer, 2-color L. C. Smith vis
ible. Big bargain for spot cash. Apply
ROOM 11, 244 4 B. BROADWAY.
11-13-1 mo
WANTED—Situations, Male
WANTED—POSITION 'AS SUPERINTEND
ent or foreman of light mfg. by a middle-aged
man with wide experience In designing and
making dies, tools. Jigs, npeclal light ma
chinery, etc.; strictly temperate and reliable;
pood eastern reference. Address BOX 201,
Herald. 11-13-5
SITUATION WANTED—A NO. 1 COOK IN
wealthy family; best of references. Address
CHAS. VAN METER, General Delivery, city.
11-18-10
A STEADY, RELIABLE MAN DESIRES PO
sltlon as storekeeper, shipping clerk, coet
clerk or general office work; 14 years' experi
ence in the machinery line; reference Al.
H. O. 8., 807 N. Bunker Hill aye. 11-18-10
I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A POSITION BE
tween the hours of 10:30 a. in. and 4 p. m.
I am a conductor on one of the street curs
the remaineder of the time. What have you
to offer? Address BOX 202, Herald. 11-10-7
YOUNG EASTERN MAN, 28, ACTIVE AND
capable, desires position in office or store;
willing to start low, where there Is chance
for advancement. Address BOX 175, Herald.
11-19-3
AUTO EXPERT, 7 YEARS' EXPERIENCE,
factory and garage, wants position as chauf
feur, repair man or demonstrator; in or out
of city. Address BOX 234, Herald. 11-ls-10
POSITION WANTED—BY YOUNG MAN. 22
years, experienced as punch press hand and
handy around machinery. Address BOX 13,
Dolgevile, Cal. JOHN PESLIN. 11-19-10
WANTED-EMPLOYMENT BY FIRST CLASS
paper hanger and decorator; private parties
preferred; will take room rent for part pay.
C. E. BROOKS, 126 E. Eighth Bt. 11-18-3
LIGHT WORK WANTED BY MAN WlLL
ing to work but not able to do heavy work.
Wagea $1.50 per day. Homo Phons 28445.
Residence, 1338 4STH PLACE. 11-13-13t
I WOULD LIKE TO GET A POSITION
driving a grocery wagon; experienced with
horses; have driven wagon before ago of 16.
Address BOX 235, Herald. 11-IS-1
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency, 510 Vlgnes street. Main 6726; Home
A4SB4. Men for houSecleanlng, yard work and
general labor. 3-24-tf
LIVE, SOBER, RELIABLE EASTERN MAN,
S7, single, seeks work with Christian people
in city or country; please state particulars.
Address BOX 171, Herald. 11-10-10t
WANTED—GARDENS TO CARE "OH
monthly, trimming and planting, by ex
perienced gardener. Send card to ROSS,
1060 W. Fifty-third. 11-17-10t
WANTED-POSITION AS GARDENER OR
handy man around house. Want a good
home; salary no object. Plione 4584; Main
E72li. JACOB HERRING. 11-13-13
A GERMAN. MIDDLE AGED AND SINGLE,
wilhai work as houseman, Janitor or bed
maker. References. W. BOHLINO, 193
N. Kern St.. city. ■ 11-16-0
A GERMAN. MIDDLE-AGED AND KIXGU:,
wishes work as houseman, janitor or borl
maker. References. W. BOHLING, Ui
N. Kern at., city. U-13-11
SITUATION . WANTED-BY CHAUFFEUR
and gardener or coachman on private place;
city or country; wages moderate. Address
BOX 54, Hemld. 11-l!j-3t
WANTED—IF YOU CAN USE AN EXPERl
encejd time clerk, cashier or collector, ;i reli
able, married man .of 30, address ROSSER,
1353 E. 20th St. U-10-10t
POSITION—AS AN ALL AROUND MAX lIV
v. strong, healthy German. Address BOX
Ut, Herald. 11-ls-10
WANTED —SITUATION. A CHAUFFEUR,
2 years' experience; can do own repair
work; first class references. BOX 110,
HERALD. 11-ii-13
YOUNG MAN 18 YEARS OF AGE WISHES
position In any kind of store; wages to
siart (8 por week. PHONE Ftiti:6.
11-17-4t
BOOKKEEPER WANTS PERMANENT OR
temporary position; reliable, accurate; high
cat references. HEATH, 133 S. Flgueroa.
11-IL' 17t
YOUNG MAN, 23, MARRIED; HAS HAD
10 years' experience clerking and clerical
work; references. Address P. L. BRTJNER,
247 W. 23d at., city. 11-10-10t
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO WORK
on a farm, but has not had any exp*:
rienco. HOX 102, HERALD. 11-17-10t
SITUATION WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED
installment collector; references; married. E.
A. FOUNTAINE, 611 San Julian st. 11-9-10
WANTED—A POSITION BY A RELIABLE
young man with motorcycle. Beat of ref
erences. 1320 E. FITTIVSH ST. 11-11-llt
WANTKD —SET OF BOOKS TO KEEP AJ 1
night, by an experienced bookkeeper. Ad
dress BOX 168. HERALD. 11-17-7t
EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER WISHES
steady position; will go out of city. Phone
MAIN 6031. 1 ring. H-10-lOt
I WANT CARPENTER WORK WITH CON
tractor who can furnish tools to start with.
Address BOX 172. Herald. 11-IU-Wt
WANTED—Situations, Male
WANTED—SEVERAL GOOD BOYS TO
carry Herald route* south of Twenty-n*ntn
street Paper* at Vernon and Long Boach.
Bee MR. KLINE, 1629 Maple avenue; aft
ernoon*. , 11-19-4
YOUNG MAN OF 21. AMERICAN, WISHES
a position In private family to do chores.
Can give reference. Call A 1794. Ai>k tor
BEASLY. ._._
WANTED—WINDOW CLEANING AND ALL
all kinds short Jobs. JOHN. 1221 B. Figueroa
St. , Phone Broadway 4050. 11-17-4t
WANTED-YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO
work on a farm, but has not had any experi
ence. Address BOX 204. Herald. 11-19-10
WANTED position AS CHECK-
Ing clerk or timekeeper. Call A 4594 or Main
6726; BETHLEHEM INSTITUTE. 11-13-13t
SITUATION WANTED-BY GERMAN 24
years of age. Willing to do any kind of
work. Address BOX 364. Herald. 11-13-8t
EXPERIENCED STEWARD AND STORK -
keeper, I years In California hotels. A.l
dress BOX 161, HERALD. 11-16-3
WANTED—POSITION BY~IIOISTINa AND
boon dorrick engineer. GEO. BBMMER-
I.V. 416 Wall st. 11-16-13
WANTED-POSITION BY ELDERLY MAN;
work around private place. Address BOX
164. Herald. 11-12-10
CAMP"COOK WANTS SITUATION. AD
dress'TONY HAMMERS. 671 Ceres aye.
11-11-10t
WANTED-POSITION BY REGISTERED
druggist. 8. F. HODGE, 615 Crocker st.
11-10-10t
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN ALL-ROUND
candy and Ice cream maker. Address BOX
164. Herald. 11-a-iot
WANTED-CARPENTER WORK -DAT.
Job or contract. PHONE 82107. 11-13-u
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald_free_<)f_charge. 10 : 13^tf
\yANTED—Situations, Female
WANTED—WHERE 1 OK 2 MAIDS ARE
kept, to sew and be generally helpful, or
where one maid and a lame family of
children, to sew for and look after things
generally. Very reasonable. Reference.
Go anywhere. BOX 163, HERALD.
11-13-13t
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 timer or paperhanger. MRS.
WILSON, 2314 Maple aye. . 31-5-12
WANTEDPOSITION AS HELPER AND
salad maker in a delicacy store, hotel or
restaurant, by a competent young wo
man. Address BOX 246, HERALD.
11-15-15t
A STENOGRAPHER, FORMERLY BECRB
tary to a urominent New York lawyer,
desire* a permanent position where exec
utive ability Is required. Call HOME
11834. U-16-12
ELDERLY LADY DESIRES POSITION IN
widower" family or with young couple
to make herself generally useful; Is good
economical housekeeper BOX 233. HER
ALD. 11-17-10t
WANTED —POSITION AS CARETAKER
of rooming house for apartments and
wages, by widow with son 15. Address
MRS. CANNAN. 1020 Colton st. 11-11-10t
WANTHD — POSITION AS NURSE, COM
panion to Invalid or child, or housekeeper
In small family. Experienced. Refer
ences. BOX 167. HERALD. 11-11-10t
PLACE TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK OR
assist in nice home by refined woman: Ad
dress M X., 225 S. Grand. Phone A 1477 till
11 after 2 p. m. 11-13-10t
POSITION IN DELICACY STORE OR BAlC
ery by a line salad maker and thoroughly
experienced In the above lines. Address BOX
237, Herald. * . 11-19-10
SITUATION WANTED—THE MANAGEMENT
of a lodging house or restaurant by young
woman thoroughly experienced. Address BOX
233, Herald. 11-13-10
YOUNG LADY WITH A-l OIL LINE Ex
perience wants position as stenographer, blll
er or price work. Can give reference. Phone
EAST 514. 8-1-tf
MARRIED LADY WOULD LIKE FIRST
class apartment house to manage. Ha*
had experience managing hotel. Call up
A 4312. ' 10-20-lUt
WANTED—POSITION IN PHOTOGRAPH
gallery; service* In exchange for experience.
References. A. R. M., Box 179 Herald.
Jl-13-12t
TRAINED NURSE WOULD LIKE CARE OF
one or two children or elderly lady. Address
V. S., 1414 Twelfth st., Santa Monica, Col.
U-19-10t
WANTED-BRIGHT YOUNG LADY STEN
ographer will work for $7 week; can use
any machine. Phone BDWY. 38S8. 11-4-15
WANTED—GOOD LOCATION FOR PUB
llc stenographer. In exchange for attend
ing office. BOX 162. HERALD. 11-17-7t
WANTED-BY QOLORED GIRL. POSITION
as cook, house girl or nurse. Phone Main
. 8731 or address BOX 110, Herald. 11-10-10
WANTED-POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
in widower's home or In small family; city
references. Address BOX 174, Herald. 11-10-10
YOUNG LADY WANTS SITUATION IN
country to assist In housework. Address
M. E. I- bos 157. Herald. 11-17-10t
—WASHING OR CLEANING, BY
woman by day or hour. Address 647
CROCKER ST.. flat 4. 11-16-121
WANTED— POSITION AS CHILD'S NURSE
by an experienced nurse; city references. Ad
dress BOX 173, Herald. 11-10-1*
WANTED-BY WHITE YOUNG WOMAN, 3
days each week cleaning, washing and Iron
ing. 355 W. 66TH. 11-«-16t
WOMAN WANTS LIGHT HOUSEWORK IN
small plain family; close In preferred. L.,
916 Cottage place. U-9-1M
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN with child
would like to keep house In country. 627
E. 63D ST. ' 11-11-7
SITUATION WANT ADS. INSERTED IN
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE.
10-18-tf
SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE.
WANTED-BY NEAT, RELIABLE WOMAN,
chamber work or housework In small family.
Phone TEMPLE 14U1. 18"1?
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE SITUATION
In nice office. Handy with typewriter.
PHONH WEST f774. 11-6-12
WANTED—Situations, Male & Fern.
SITUATION WANTED BY MARRIED MAN
34 years of ago, neat appearing; a compe
tent all around office man and a suc
cessful salesman of ability. Would prefer
salary and commission bast*. Address
BOX 160, HERALD. 11-ie-1
SITUATION WANTED-BY MAN AND WIFE
of business ability to manage rooming or
apartment house; can give references. Ad
dress GEO. DEXTER, 810 Kohler St. 11-12-12
WANTED—IF YOU WANT MEN OR WOMEN
to da any kind of labor or mechanical work,
please call OLIVE BRANCH MISSION, 70«
E. Fifth st. Phone Main 2568. 11-12-80
SITUATION WANTED ADS inserted in
The He'aid free of charge. 10-18-tf
WANTED— To Purchase Stock
WANTED— . '
Stock In the Los Angeles Investment com
pany; any amount up to $40,000; will pay
within 5 per cent of the company** selllnf
price, a F.. oar* Glob* Saving* Bank.
**ll*tf
' "r t
ANTED—To Purchase Real Estate
WANTED—TO BUY A CHEAP LOT. CAN
pay $50 cash and $10 per month. Must
be 6o fare. Address BOX 243. HERALD.
\ 1 1 - l'fi -8 1
WANTED— ._•__:
Wanted, Good Six-Room House
Angeleno Heights; will put In $2500 lot at
Eagle Rock as first payment.
ERIKSON & CO.
Room 1, 105 W. Sixth St., Ground Floor.
F2374. Broadway 3182. r.■-■■". 11-18-2t
TO LET—Rooms, Furnished
' Hotel Seville
732-734 SOUTH FLOWER BT.
One of the finest family hotels In the city.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heat,
hot and cold water; electric lights; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
Phones Main 1613; F6538. 4-1-tf
The St. Regis
Housekeeping apartments. 237 8. Flower at.
Main 22.*), A 7336. Near business center; at
tractive building, porches, room phones, clean,
nicely furnished apartments. $12 to $30: single
rooms $2.60 to $4.60 weekly, $9.60 to $18 monthly;
no children. ' 11-6-tt
HOTEL fedora
126 K. Socond St.
Steam heat, hot and cold water In each
room; best room* in city for the money.
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.
11-1-te
HOTEL FEDORA. 325 BAST SECOND ST.
Hot and cold water; (team heat. Rooms $1
per week and up. 11-M-tt
TO LET-BEAUTIFUL ROOMS, HIGH LO
cation; fine lawn, trees. 416 N. Broadway.
_ 11-17-lmo
NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY ROOMS. IN
"an upper flat; select neighborhood; between
two car linos; walking distance; permanent
guest desired. Phono F3903 from 9 to 6.
' 11-19-3t
FOR RENT-SUNNY FRONT ROOM, WELL
furnished, bath privileges, private family;
one block of Westlnke park; 3 cur lines; gen
tleman preferred. Phone 51740. 11-19-3t
HOTEL GAREY — NICELY FURNISHED
clean, outside, sunny rooms, 2 blocks Santa
Fe station, between Second and Third. 204
GAREY. Call Broadway 6326. 11-19-31
BRIGHT, SUNNY ROOM, SUITABLE FOR
two people; breakfast If desired; no other
roomers. 944 BUNBURY AYE. W. Ninth st.
line. Phone 54700. . 11-19-J
ONE BRIGHT FURNISHED HOUBEKIEEF
ing room, with kitchenette; gas, electricity,
bath; $8 month; no children. 1400 VALEN
CIA. Pico car. _ 11-19-3t
$9 MONTHLY. COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
sunny room, with heating stove, gas and
electricity and small kitchen. 1374 S. FIO
UEROA. - 11-19-3t
FOR RENT—NICE, NEWLY FURNISHED
outside, sunny rooms, single or en suite;
walking distance. 450 W. TENTH, corner
Grand aye. 11-l:i-3t
NICELY FURNISHED, PLEASANT ROOM:
running water; suitable for gentleman; 2
doors from Y. M. C. A. 739 S. HOPE ST.
11-19-3t
TWO GOOD ROOMS; PRIVATE BATH AND
private entrance; sleeping porch; 'close in;
rent reasonable. Inquire 973% W. SIXTH.
11-13-3t
OUTSIDE BEDROOMS, LARGE WINDOWS:
clean, quiet residence for nice roomers, $1.25
to $2 per week. 1117 8. HILL. 11-19-3t
LARGE. SUNNY/, FURNISHED ROOM. BATH
and phone; family of two people. 926 COT
TAGE PLACE, Ninth and Flgueroa. 11-19-1
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS IN PRIVATE
home, with nur without board; $10, $15; fur
nace heat. 1630 Ingraham st. 64247. 11-19-3
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM; MORNING
sun; lower floor; phone, bath; close In; $10
per month. 828 S. FLOWER. 11-19-3t
FOR RENT-TWO OR THREE FURNISHED
rooms and for housekeeping; $12 month: bftth.
309 N. UNION AYE. 11-19-3t
CLEAN. SUNNY, FRONT ROOM FOR ONTO
or two men; bath; good car service. 1*519
S. UNION. Phone 22520. 11-19-3
RENT—AT TH RINGWOOD, 802 SAN
Pedro st., Bleeping rooms; close In; price,
reasonable. 11-19-3
WELL FURNISHED, CLEAN ROOMS:
sleeping porch; privilege of kitchen; private
family. 1132 8. Flgueroa. U-19-3t
1413 S. UNION— ROOMS, FURNISHED OR
unfurnished; gas, electric light, water, good
lawn. Phone 23311. 11-19-31
FOR RENT— BEAUTIFUL BOOMS. HIGH
location; fine lawn and trees. 416 N. BROAD
WAY. . H-19-3t
ONE NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM!
In private family; walking distance. 616
RUTH AYE. 11-19-3t
FOR RENT—LARGE. SUNNY. FURNISHED
front room. Phone 63149. 832 FRANCISCO.
11-19-3t
• 1 —i
NICE UPSTAIRS SLEEPING ROOMS; RENT
$4 a month. 622 W. FIFTEENTH ST. 11-19-3
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS, 423 W.
EIGHTH ST. Call upstair?. 11-19-lt
TO LET—Houses, Furnished
FOR RENT—
6-ROOM COTTAGE
COMPLETELY KITKNISHED.
Barn and chicken corral; close In; lawn
and flowers; Instantaneous heater in bath
room; $50 a month, Including water and
telephone. 1441 ALBANY, between Pico
and Sixteenth at. • 11-19-7t
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES,
office*. flats or apartments 7 Us* HERALD
want column*. « 10-i-tt
TO LET—Houses, Unfurnished
THE 810 GREEN PADDED VANS FOR
moving. "They know how." Fireproof
storage for household good*. L. A.
WAREHOUSE CO. SAVES WORRY, lit
Commercial it. Main 30(, A 8727.
10-15-tf.
WANT TO BENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Usa HERALD
want column*. 10->-tf
TO LET—Ap't's., Fur, and Unfur.
HOUSEKEEPING ~~
APARTMENTS
Furnished Complete, (8 to 160 Month.
700 happy families live In our apartment*.
VENTILATION. CLEANLINESS, HOME
LIKE EFFECTS are unexcelled.
T. WIESENDANGER,
Owner and Operator.
Rental Department. Room* 111-11, 201 ft,
Broadway.
Branch Office. 1017 W. First St.
—; 10-4-tt
FOR RENT—ON HILLSIDE. CITY. NICK
3-room suite and bath; only $2.25 week, water
Included; fine view; use of some furniture
free. Phone TEMPLE 1161 11-18-3
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
office*, flats or apartment* Use HERALD
want columns. > 10-8-tf
TO LET— Unfurnished
1 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions ton the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
U-l-tt
TO LET— Furnished
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartment* 7 Usa HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tt
TO LET—Rooms and Board
i INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
' for the price of 2, or 7 Insertion* for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
( U-l-tf
HOTEL SOUTHERN— BEST FAMILY HO
tel in the city. Home 51640. Seventh,
and Westlake aye. Bdwy. 0665. 10-30-lmo
TO LET—Housekeeping Rooms
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT Alt
for toe price of 2, or 7 Insertion* for tha
price of 5. Auk Xbe Herald counter mv
10-12-tt
'_ t) LET—Storerooms
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
office*, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. ' 10-t-tf
TO Offices fi\ ' '
■"*-.! > ,i_i__i^
WANT to RENT your ROOMS, houses,
office*, flat* or apartment*? Us* HERALD
want column*, W-t/tl

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