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NEWS FROM NEARBY CITIES MASS MEETING CALLED TO PLAN NIGHT PAGEANT Tournament of Roses to Be Fol lowed by Grotesque Parade and Vaudeville Acts PASADENA, Nov. 21.—A "portable" vaudeville performance at night follow ing the Tournament of Roses activities on January 2 seems to be assured. The plan is to have a grotesque parade with at least a score of floats, each of which will carry a separate vaudeville act; The parade will halt at intervi Is and the performers will go through their various stunts wliiie the ma feed paraders in line will furnish additional amusement foi the onlookers. I At least that is practically the unam- j mous sentiment expressed by promot- j ers of the night performance plan, an.i it is thought the idea will be Indorsed at the mass meeting tonight at 7:JJ , o'clock in the board of trade rooms, j In addition to the parade feature, It » proposed to have at least three band; concerts in various parts of the city. while private parties are arranging tor public masquerade balls and special theatrical performances. The proposed new organization to I have charge of the night affair is as atuning definite shape according to the promoters. Committees from the Mer chants' association and the board of trade as well as tournament officials as individuals, have indorsed the plan of organizing a new society, to have no connection with existing organiza tions except to receive their moral sup- P°A blanket invitation has been issued to all citizens to attend the mass meet ing tonight to listen to the plans for a permanent organization whether they wish to join or not. It hus been ten tatively agreed that the initiation leu shall l«e small enough to bar none, the Idea being to make the new order pop ular with the masses. At tonight's meeting a nnme will be selected for the society and officers elected, committees on bylaws and ritualistic work probably will ho ap pointed. It is proposed to select some name appropriate to the organization and at the same time distinctively Pasadenan. It is said that once the organization is established permanent committees will be maintained to de vise ways and means of entertaining the public throughout the year with theatrical performances, burlesque cir cuses, annual dinners and other af fairs. It is announced that the meeting to night in the board of trade rooms will lie called promptly at 7:80 o'clock. CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS DEDICATE $164,500 CHURCH PASADENA, Nov. 21.—Tha local First Church of Christ, Scientist, was dedicated yesterday znerning when the new auditorium was used for the first time A telegram from the local con gregation to Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, rejoicing over the fact that It was possible to hold dedicatory exercises in connection with the opening exercises, was reiiu at yesterday services. The dedicatory address was read by Henry Van Arsdale, chairman of the building committee, who explained "the spiritual meaning of the true church. Aside from the dedicatory address, services yesterday were as usual. The auditorium, seating 14uO persons, was tilled at the morning and evening serv ices, and nearly filled at the extra service held at 3 o'clock in the alter noon* The building as It stands cost $161,600, all of which came In, it is said, by voluntary contributions. About $14,000 was contributed Friday and Saturday, in order to make the dedication yes terday possible. The building, both Interior and exterior, is of pure Grecian lonic design, anu the colorings are plain. The auditorium is said to afford the largest single floor space in the city. PASADENA PARAGRAPHS PASADENA, Nov. 21.—Rehearsals far the comic open "Pinafore," which will he. staged at the Norton theater November 28 and 29 by local : , pie for the benefit of the Emer gency league, are.being held each ..•veiling except Sunday ai Hotel Mary land. Edgar Temple, who has directed two previous benef.t opi i ■■ h< re, will i his year take part in the performance. The injunction case of Philip I et al. against the lity is scheduled to come up today in department four of ihe superior court Oates claims the enforcing of the ordinance prohibiting private citizens in m gathering gar bage interferes with a previous con tract Which he had with local restau rants for hauling their refuse to hia poultry ranch. Building permitl: for November to date have reached h total i Eighteen permits were issui & la t wei v - $22,905. The second indoor baseball game of the season between the clerk.! and car riers of the local postoffice will bo i this evening <m the artificially lighted outdoor lieLl at Curmelita play grounds. Funeral services for Mrs. Olive- Nilea who died Saturday at her home, 397 South Catalina avenue, after a resi dence of eleven yearß In Pasadena, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the cl npel of Ives, War ren & Salisbury. The services 'ill be public, bat interment will be pr Besides her 1. . S. Niles, she two son , I ud i'orter Niles. NOT A LOVE STORY "Denr heart!" murmured she "Only ■■ i-eund li ' pro ?sted the butcher. CLASSIFIED FEATHER AND PONPON CLEANER FEATHERS, HATBANDS, BOAS, poN pon» remade, n'lllowed, ciiuued, dyed, curled. Low ratpf. expert work. MRS, LOUIS HlLl.lt. A. liOl Morton avenue Main 711. 11-S-lmo PASADENA BUSINESS COLLEGE OLDEST AND BEST SCHOOL IN THK city; new building. individual Instruction, posltlona guarantee Jjay and evening school. Enroll today. 3 '" .N. FAIH OAKS. '.' .r-ti PASADENA CLEANERS & HATTERS WORK CALLED KOR AND DELIVERED, 79 NORTH RAYMOND A E. UVrks, 1389 North Fair Oaks avi PHONE JUBB. 11-k-t PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL MEN'S PKWBD BOLIM AND lii:i:i.s. »i; ladle*' sr.c. IK S. FA 111 oaks A\:-.. lu-i-tf FEARS HUSBAND DROWNED; WOMAN FAINTS ON BEACH Missing Bather Emerges from a Dressing Room and Finds Wife Unconscious LONO BEACH, Nov. 20.—Mrs. It. E. I Moore, who came to the beach this morning from Los Angeles with her husband to pass the day, became so I ex-cited this afternoon over the fear that Moore had been drowned that she < fainted on the beach. The woman had watched her husband go out into tho ' surf wearing a bath house suit and the did not see him return. While he was in his dressing room resuming his street clothes Mrs. Moore began to look for him among the bath -1 em. Finally everyone who had been iin the surf had come ashore. She j iuoked among the people on the beach ; but her husband was not there. Then j she became hysterical and a little later | BWOonod. She was carried into the i bath house and B physician was sum ! moned. While the doctor was reviv | ing her Moore came out from his dress ing room and when Mrs. Moore opened her eyes she looked into those of her surprised husband. ANAHEIM AND LONG BEACH HIGH SCHOOLS TO DEBATE LONG BEACH, Nov. 20.—This will be a busy week for the high school teachers and studerts. Monday after noon Prof. Cole of Pasadena is to lec ture in the assembly room. At night the teachers will be entertained at a reception given at the home of Mayor Windham by the Parent-Teacher as sociation of the high school. Wednes day afternoon school will be adjourned for the Thanksgiving holidays. Wednes day night the first interscholastic de bate of the year will be held in the Auditorium on the pier, between Ana heim and Long Beach high schools. Thursday afternoon the local team's last game in the football league will be played here against the U. S. C. "preps." Preparations are already being made for a splendid miifclcal concert to be given December 16 by the high school, as a Christmas exercise. The high school chorus this year has 600 mem bers, the orchestra SO and the glee clubs 62. LIFEGUARD SAVES BATHER LONG BEACH, Nov. 20.—A bather in the surf was seized with a cramp this afternoon and might have perished but for the assistance of young Ernest j Scott, a lifeguard, who swam out and brought him ashore. The man had j kept afloat and was beyond the break er line drifting toward the pier. Upon I reaching the shore the rescued man ' recovered from his crarr.p and at once left the beach, lie declined to give his name or to accept further attention at the bath house. KNOCKS WOMAN FROM BICYCLE LONG BEACH. Nov. 20.—Mrs. M. ' K. Miller of East Third street was ! knocked from her bicycle at First l street and Locust avenue by a Jap- I anese, also on a wheel. Two bones of ! her left arm were broken near the I wrist, and she suffered a number of | cuts on the face as well as numerous i bruises. The attending physician said her skull might have been fractured j by the force of her fall on the Pacific j j Electric tracks but for her heavy head of hair. ! ■*.» ORANGE GROWERS PREPARE TO RECLAIM DESERT LAND SAN BERNARDINO Nov. 2n._Capi-'. tal of this city has been interested in ! I a vast reelamatlon project which has I for its purpose the irrigation of a n i-age in the Palo Verde and Chuckawalla valleys, along the Colo rado river, where, it is claimed oranges can be raised earlier for the market than In the fovored sections of South : crn California. Should the claim that 1 the land is suitable for citrus growing be found correct, the desert regions of this and Riverside county along the Colorado river will become a new orange district. In the Palo Verde and Chuckawalla valleys, where the first experiments will be made, the land is so situated ! that practically every acre can be | irrigated by gravity from the Colo rado river. ACCUSE MEN OF HAVING CRAWFISH OUT OF SEASON SAM PEDRO, Nov. 20.—Ed Line]*- I cow, Vlncente G. Morkey and George Thomston were arrested .early this morning by Officers Crow and Conley on a i harge of having crawfish in their ;ion contrary to the season pro visions of the state fish and game laws. The prisoners were taken to Los An geles tills afternoon by Deputy Game Warden P. A. Bordner. HOLDUP MEN ROB CHINESE SAX PEDRO, Nov. 20.—Charles Hing, a Chinese vegetable vender, I up by two men in Happy \ alley last night and robbed of $(n. •ccurrerd about du.sk on ; Third Btreet, between Mesa and Pa ! i itier avenue. Hing was driving along | the street when the men hailed him ; Thinking they wanted to buy vege tables, he jumped down from his wagon and found himself looking into tiie. muzzle of a slx-ehooter. TO CLOSE POSTOFFICE SUN6AY PASADENA, Nov. 21.— The cara paign foi Sunday closing of the local • iii> was taken up by local mtn -5 sterday during their regular Bcrvicea and it is said petitions which I in the congregations liberally Signed. Postal employes report thai many familiar facei wore inl.ssii pday from the delivery windc bly :>n a result of tho l from mlnisten for citizens t» refrain from calling for their mail on tlie Babb i '>n the other hand, it is said, i" ny new faces were there, ;m<i it i that more than the usual numbn 01 peraoiu called fur rday. The latter con ditlon li I to curiosity on the part ci citizens who carrier* de clare never i tiled at tlie office before in their knowledge. PREEMPTING THE PUFFS "Am join daughters early rtaew?" "Yea, the first one up gets tlie pick ol the luur." LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 21, 1910. 1000-MILE FOOT RACE IN 1000 HOURS BEGINS First Ten Laps in Notable Sport ing Event at Venice Is Run byEstoppey VENICE, Nov. 20. —Kußene Estoppey started on his run of Kiou miles in 1000 hours at 9 o'clock today. Tonight he ' had accomplished his one mile an hour | according to schedule, and appeared to jbe as fresh as at the start. After he ! had finished his tenth mile Estoppey declared that he felt no fatigue at all, and expressed confidence in his ability to complete the freak race on the night of December 31. Fred McCarver, president of the Ven fce chamber of commerce, started Es toppey on his long run. Previous to the start a number of citizens shook hands with the runner find wished him good luck, including Abbot Kinney. founder of Venice, whose company is standing sponsor for the race. The course leads from the Venice pier .■it ,i point near the Ship cafe north to Park avenue and return, making one mile by actual measurement. Estop pey makes one mile nt the beginning of every hour, resting the remainder of the time until the hour hand indi cates another start. ROBERTS WILL SELECT SITE SAN BERNARDINO, Nov. 20.— J. W. Roberts, special agent of the treasury department of the United States gov ernment, will reach San Bernardino probably on Saturday of next week to make the selection of the site for the proposed federal building. In all, thir teen sites have been offered by various property owners. Roberts will careful ly consider the proposals and forward his selection to Washington. W.C.T.U. JULIA A. GARRISON The department of peace and arbi tration has not been considered in previous contributions to The Herald column, not because it was not deemed of sufficient importance, but because so many of the things more within our reach and closely related to the daily lives of the people seemed to crowd for .a hearing. The great peace movements of the world show the trend of progress—the abolition of war. The day Is rapidly approaching when "The nations shall learn war no more." It is true they go on building great battleships and vying with each other to maintain the largest and most .powerfully equipped armies and navies, but underneath all the outward display of numbers, show and daring runs a current of feeling that prophesies of peace. The far-seeing and clear-sighted sainted Frances Wlllard understood tills when she uttered the following words on the subject of war: "The W. CV T. U. agrees with the wage workers that It is late in the day to begin arming and drilling boys in our public schools; we have got beyond all that. The arbitrament of reason instead of passion is a part of the inextinguishable purpose of the majority to realize the good of life. The price of 'bullet meat' has risen since the commonest man learned that neither king nor lord had a right to put him at the front and have him shot for a country that had never treated him as other than a serf. The great labor movement in all civilized nations means the overthrow of war, and this force allies with It that half of the world which prefers that its sons should not blood their lives out on the battlefield, but should live to enjoy the kindly fruits of the earth and to make it the garden of the Lord." ■ The W. C. T. V. state superintend ent ■of this department. Mrs. Sue Smiley T'nderhill. sends the following report of th<* work done In Southern California during the last year: "We never have had so much or so good work done as the last year and the teachers are anxious for help to give to their scholars. "We in Southern California of the W. C, T. U. have sent out over 13,994 pages of literature. Before the W. R. C. on Memorial day there have been peace addresses given and the school children have had peace exercises. "It was mv privilege to be at the World's Sunday School convention in Washington, D. <""., this spring, and it was said acain and again it was one of the greatest peace gatherings ever held. "Blind Senator Oore said to the del egates next him: 'You fire sending out a message of poaee and good will to the entire world. We passed the naval appropriation bill today of $130. --000.000 to send out armed battleships throughout the world. We are doing one thing; you arc doing another.' C. Q, Trumbull In the Sunday School Times said of this: 'The work that this convention is doing will put an end to hundred million-dollar naval bills some day. William T. Kllis was right when he called it the greatest peace convention ever hold.' "Thp following which Roosevelt gald if put into practice would bring the day when peace and good will would reign in all the world soon: 'I hold that while man exists it is his fluty to improve not only his own con dition but assist In ameliorating man kind.' And again: 'Labor is prior to and independent of capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor and could never exist but for labor. Labor is the superior of capital and deserves inn ;h the highest consideration. Cap ital has its rights which are as wor thy of protection as any other rights. Nor should this to a war upon the j owners of property. Property Is the fruit of labor; property is desirable, is a positive pood In the world. Let not him who is houseless pull down a house of another, but let him work diligently and build one for himself, thus by example showing that his own shall be safe from violence when built.'" A MODERN EQUIVALENT "My srandmother snys they used to have barn dances in her day." "I see the idea. Now why couldn't we set tip n gfivage hop?" (JHURCH NOTICES— 3 INBERTIONB OF A HERALD WANT AD fur the trice of 2. or 7 UiHi-rtlona for tli» price >^f 5. A.^k Tba Herald counter man. PBNI y< MAJ N-^NOON~PnAT »r meeting dally; E.spcl meeting every night J|-l-tf J[»HVSICIANS- Ult. C. C. LOGAN, Ocullit, 612 CJrant Hldg. 8-lt-t< Classified Ban sin ess 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, 2B2Vi S. MAIN. NOT SAT lafactlon, but accuracy guaranteed. 12-22-tf ' ATTORNEYS SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS — PERSONAL Injury claims specialty; estates setttled. J. W. MACY, 638 Douglas bldg. Phones: A 8533, Main 8623. » «£ DIVORCE LAWS. Advice free; no publicity. 122 W. THIRD ■t.. romm SSI. Call 2 to 6. 11-9-tf AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES REPAIRED AND REBUILT PROMPTLY at 60c per hour. Home AWL 9ni', B South Hill Street, in rear. 11-l»-tt AUTO GARAGE MAMMOTH GARAGE— CENTER PLACE, «th. bet. Main and Spring. Open day ana night. n-13-tt BATHS PERSONAL — SULPHUME, VAPOR, SEA unit baths, scalp treatments, 10 to 10. F7519. BADGER TOILET PARLORS, Room 226, 702 8. Spring. »-24-tf MAGNETIC TREATMENT FOR RHEUMAT ISM, NERVOUSNESS AND PTOMAI'H TROUBLES. 655 8. Olive St. Rooms 6-7. 11-19-tt 'MISS ANITA HELD&i N, 814 SANTEE ST., two blocks east of Main. Salt baths, elec tric 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 1134 S. SPRING ST, SUITE S-CHIKOPODT, electricity, massage, vapor and shower baths. :'■■?:« 6-5-» LOTUS BATHS. 264 S. BROADWAY; SClEN tiflc massage, manicuring, chiropody. A 4513. , 11-16-lmo MASSAGE, BATHS, CHIROPODY. EXPERT assistants. JEAN LUNN. 620 S. Bdw_ay. 2-17-tf BICYCLES BICYCLES—BICYCLES, TIRES AND SUP plies at cash prices. KNIGHT'S, 134 North _ Spring. »---_: BIRD DOCTOR SICK PARROTS AND SMALL BIRDS treated. Pets boarded. 212 S. FIGUEHOA. ,' 11-17-tf THE WEATHER LOS ANGELES. Nov. to. 191»- Tlim-Plßarom. jTher. |Ilum|_Wlndj V Ic. | Weatjitr^ Ea.nl 30.12 163 34 INE 110 "I Clear. 6 p. m.| 30.06 I 66 I 44 I SW I I I Clear. Highest temperature. 70. Lowest temperature. 52. FORECAST ' • For Southern California—Fair Monday; light northeast wind. For San Francisco and —Cloudy Monday; probably showers; light southwest WFor Santa Clara valley—Cloudy Monday; light south wind. For Sacramento valley—Cloudy prob ably showers Monday; light south wind. For San Joaciuin valley—Cloudy Monday; light west wind. D^p- BAXTER—W. R. Baxter died November 18. To be burled November 21 at 3 p. m., in Evergren cemetery. ■ 11-20-it HARMON— J. Harmon died November 18. To be buried November 21 at 2p. m., In Evergreen. 11-20-2t MOHN—Mrs. L. Mohn died November 18. To be buried November 21 at 2 p. m., In Ever green cemetery. 11-20-2t (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 S. BROADWAY, ROOM 202. Phones F3303, Main 4659. Superintendent's phone 10541. , 9-28-12 mo rosedaleTcemetery . An endowed memorial park, noted for Mm natural beauty; endowment fund for per pe;ual care, over $250,000; modern receiving vault, chapel, crematory and columbarium; accessible. City office, suite 202-306 EX CHANGE BLDG., northeast corner Third and Hill sts. Phones—Main 909; A 3620. Cem etery office, 1831 W. Washington st. Phones 72858; 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 Laughlln Bldg. Main 301. Cemetery phones E9055; Hollywood 542. EVERGREEN CEMETERY The Lcs Angeles Cemetery association, Boyle Heights, near city limits. Operated under perpetual charter from Los Angeles city. Modern chapel and crematory. Office, 339 Bradbury BulMlng. Phones—Main 652; A 5466. Cemetery— Home D 1083; Boyle 9. 6-5-12 mo B INSERTIONS. OF A HERALD WANT All for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man j io-ia-tf gPECIAL NOTICES— EYE-HEADACHES Have your heada-hes forever cured' without drugs and your eyes examined here free of charge by a well known specialist. Special attention paid to eyes of children. DR. W. C. DICKSON, 325-9 Security Bid*., Fifth and Spring. 11-13-tf INFORMATION WANTED A3 TO THE ■ whereabouts of William Ruxton, Mason, a native of Arbroath, Scotland, who went to America about 1592. Please communicate with ALEXANDER RUXTON, 77 Linden st., Yonkere, New York, or DEWAR & WEB STER, Solicitors, Arbroath, Scotland. 11-21-3 THE PASADENA TOURNAMENT OF ROSES association in open for bids for concessions at Tournament park, January 2, 1911, Ad dress all communications to ASSISTANT SECRETARY, Tournament of Roues Asso ciation, Pasadena, Cal. 11-19-7t DR. .lAS. J. LEOaBTT, HURUEON-CiJlKOP odist (formerly with Hamburger's) moved to suite 703 O. T. JOHNSON BLDG., at Broadway, corner Fourth. 11-20-7t WANTED —LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S clothing. Positively highest prices paid MAIN 3597; FM33. f-:5-l:mo CLOSING OUT 2600 GALLONS OF CAR rara paint. 11.50 per gallon. SHEEHAN'S. 900 S. Broadway. 6-15-tf a INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for th* price of 2, or 7 Insertions for th* price oC 6. Auk The Herald counter man. FURNITURE REPAIR WORK Cane and rush seating, upholstering and refinlshlng. 24387, iidvvy. 4382. 11-11-tf - CESSPOOLS IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPING CO.— We take out largest load. West 6396; 22040. ■ 2-10-tf "dentists DR. BACHMANN. 206-206 MAJESTIC THBA ter bHg.. 845 S. Broadway. FS6SI. Main 3516. 7-1-tf FENCES: WIRE, IRON,' WOOD LOS ANGELES WIRE WOaKS. MANUFAC turers of and dealers in all kinds of wlru goods. Floral designs a specialty. 129 E. SEVENTH ST. Phone FBO9O. • 11-13-lmo CITY AND COUNTY WIRE WORKS, 629 WALL ST. 11-16-lmo ________ FURNITURE Furniture Bot, Sold, Exchanged. KANTOR, 723 W. SIXTH. F2628. 11-17-tt INSURANCE FIRE, AUTOMOBILE, ACCIDENT. LIFE, burglary, liability, plate glas.-surety bonds. RULE & SONS, Inc., 829-31 Hlggins bldg. " LADIES' TAILORING B. ZINKO, THE LADIES' TAILOR. OPERA coats, riding habits, etc. 465 S. Bdwy. R. 1-3 9-l-6mo MANICURING ~" BURT TOILET PARLORS. MANICURING A specialty; hrs. 10-10. 316 S. Bdway., room 8. 11-16-lmo OPTICIANS J. P. DELANY. 309 S. SPRING. BSTAB llshed 15 yra. Glasses guaranteed 2 yrs. 11-lr.-Imo PAINTING, PAPER HANGING PAINTING. PAPER HANGING, TINTING, decorating. Estimates; wall paper, paints. J. A. LINNEY & CO.. 813 W. Third. Bdwy. 1758. F3260. ■ 11-13-tf —NEALE & BONNELL— FAINT.ING AND PAPER HANGING Sunset 5597. Home 26453 ■ , 11-li-tr PRINTING THE GERMAIN PRESS. COMMERCIAL printers, 846 SANTEIi ST. Main 6990. 11-15-lmo VV ANTED—MaIe Help WANTEDMEN ■WITHOUT experience to work at electricity, plumbing, automo biles, bricklaying. Your earnings will more than pay preliminary instruction charge. 200 students last year. $30,000 contract Jobs; only few months required and no expense to learn good trade. Free catalogue. UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO.. 65$ Pacific Electric bid*. 11-1-tf START A MAIL ORDER BUSINESS. 100 money-making formulas, valuable book tell ing where to buy supplies at lowest prices, Me. E. W. JOHNSON, 1372 Munroe, Denver. Colo. 11-21-1 WANTED—INTELLIGENT, HONEST MEN to work In city. Good steady job for the right men. Apply to W. H. Jl I'D. Herald office, before 8 a. m. or after B:30 d. m. 11-17-" PLUMBER WANTED—APPLY J. A. DAI LEY. HUNTINGTON PARK. 11-19-3 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-U-tf WANTED— Female Help WANTED— A GOOD WOMAN TO DO GEN eral housework and cooking. Good wages and home to right party. Bring refer ence. 236 N. GRIFFIN AYE. 11-20-31 WANTED—LADIES, BEAUTY CULTURE pays big; learn right, salary guaranteed. "FLORENTINE," the world's largest, 227 Mercantile place, corner Broadway. 8-2-tf LADIES-TO MAKE PILLOW TOPS AT home; good pay, steady work; experience unnecessary. Room 5. 61SH S. SPRING. 11-20-3t 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-lg-tf WANTED— Help, Mils and Female WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN the barber trade; guaranteed in eight weeks. Catalogue free. MOLER BARBER COL LEGE, 123 E. Second, st. 9-14-tf SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED in The Herald free of charge 10-18-tf WANTED— Agents "j SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE. 10-18-tf WANTED— Situations, Male WANTED—AT ONCE. BY EXPERIENCED printer and newspaper man,, situation in a Southern California weekly newspaper of fice. 27 years old, no booze or cigarettes, iiave had several years' experience man aging and "hustling" and writing for live wdekly papers. Can come Immediately. "C. W. L.," 425 Bryson blk.. Los Angeles, cai. li;__ YOUNG MAN OF 32. ITU 7 YEARS' BUS- IneHs experience In California, is open for position, preferably with a new concern, where services are wanted of a wideawake man with clean reputation and habits, as assistant to manager in the manufacturing or contracting business. Al references and details at Interview. BOX 234, Herald. 11-13-10 1 —SITUATION. BY A MID] aged man as night watchman or any kind of light work. Have had experience in iind around hotels. Strictly temperate, honest and reliable. - Good references. Address W. W. WHITEHEAD. Penlel Hall, 227 South Main st. Phone Bdwy. 2«6. 11-16-10 A COMPETENT LANDSCAPE GARDENER wishes position In private or commercial place; life experience greenhouse and out tide work. Address GARDENER. 227% E. First st. 11-10-10t WANTED—SITUATION IN MOVING Pic ture theater, by middle aged man, either as Janitor, door man or usher. Steady situation desired. Address BOX 200, HERALD. ___."____' 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. . ________ WANTED—BY MAN PAST MIDDLE AGE, a place to care for horso and cow. Life time experience. PAT HOBEN. Santa Rosa hotel, cor. Fourth and San Pedro its. . ' .___ COLORED MAN WOULD' LIKE WORK IN a garage as washer or brass polisher; am 28 years of age; do not use tobacco or drink at all Call D. J. HENDERSON, Main 6144. - 11-12- 10t WASTED-SEVERAL GOOD , BOYS TO carry Herald routes south of Twenty-nlntn elreet Papers at Vernon and Long Beach. Kee MR. -KLINE, 1629 Maple avenue; aft ernoons. "•"'» WANTED—BY AN HONEST, ■ RELIABLE, single American gentleman, work of any kind; am willing to work hard. Address O. X , general delivery, San Pedro, Oil. 11-IS-12 ROOFING ROOFING AND BUILDING PAPER, BEST grade. Closing out, half price. 2903 GRIF FITH AVB. South 4163. ' , , U-6-tt WE FIX ROOFS TO STAY FIXED. Chimney cleaning and ■ repairing* MON MERT CO., 1513 W. Pico. West 6886, 62567. 11-X-U STANDARD ROOFING AND REPAIR CO., repair* any kind of leaky roofs, qlty or country. Bdwy 3746. 626 8. FLOWER ST. 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 FLOWER, F4134. 6-12-tf SCALP ' TREATMENT AND - ALCOHOL rubs, room 16, Gladstone hotel, 128 West Fifth and 606% South Main. Hours, 8 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. _ 11-H-tt SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES <VANTED-STUDENTS. S5 MONTH "GREGG' 1 shorthand, bookkeeping, banking, day or night. Positions. NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, 603 Cham. Com. 11-1-3-lmo SUCCESS SHORTHAND INSTITUTE - World's Record System. 337-87 H. W. Hell man Bldg. . U-13-tt 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 $2 per month. Trunks, boxes, etc, $2So to 6O0; open vans, $6 per day or 760 per hour. We pack and ship household goods everywhere at re duced rates. COLf EAR'S VAN AND STORAGE CO., Offices 609-11 S. Main st. Warehouse 415-17 San Pedro st. Phones F3171; Main 1117, 3-23-tf TAILORING WANTED—MEN TO HAVE THEIR OWN clothes, made for Jl2 a suit during No vemher. 1324 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 Ml. 244 J4 S. BROADWAY. 11-13-1 mo RANTED—Situations, Male EXPERIENCED, COMPETENT BOOK keeper and office man desires position. Excellent references. ' Willing to go out of city. Address BOX 244. HERALD. 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 speak German. Ad dress JOHN SCHONEN. 11*7 W. Eleventh it, city. 11-18-17 A RELIABLE, TRUSTWORTHY MAN DE sires position at any honorable employment; have had 8 years' experience as general mdse. packet* 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. U-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 side In Mexico. 610 VIGNES ST. Phones A4BS4. Main 6726. 11-16-141 DRUMMER WISHES POSITION IN MOVING picture theater; has had long experlenca In Chicago theaters with picture effects and vaudeville; low class houses need not an swer. Address F. A. HOWELL, 330 N. Fair Oaks aye., Pasadena. 11-19-10 CHAUFFEUR WANTS POSITION IN PRl vute family; can do repair work; have had city experience und 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— YOUNG MAN FROM NEW York, a position In drafting office: has had experience In shop work. Address J. M. WISE, general delivery. 11-15-16t YOUNG MAN OF 21. AMERICAN, WISHES a position In private family to do chores. Can give reference. Call A 1794. Ask for BEASLY. 11-13-7 WANTED—SITUATION. A CHAUFFEUR, 2 years' experience; can do own repair work; first class references. BOX 120, HERALD. 11-6-13 SITUATION WANTED-A NO. 1 COOK IN" wealthy family; best of references. Addrt-tB CHAS. VAN METER. General Delivery, city. 11-18-10 YOUNG MAN IS YEARS OF AGE WISHES position in any kind of store; wages to start $8 per week. PHONE F6626. . 11-17-4t BOOKKEEPER WANTS PERMANENT OR temporary position; reliable, accurate; high est references. HEATH, 133 S. Figueroa. U-12-17t WANTED—POSITION AS JANITOR BY young colored man with recommendations, or work of any kind. Phone MAIN 8731. V 11-16-lOt YOUNG MAN, 23, MARRIED; HAS HAD 11 years' experience clerking and clerical work; references. Address P. L. BRUNER. M W. 23d St., city. 11-10-lOt WANTED-PRACTICAL TINTKR WILL tint room for $1.76 a room and furnish all material required. JOHN STANG, 963 '8. Mott. 11-20-1 WANTED—WINDOW CLEANING AND ALL all kinds short Jobs. JOHN, 1221 S. Figueroa st. Phone Broadway 4050. 11-17-41. 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-WORK. 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. 11-13-6t EXPERIENCED STEWARD AND STORE keeper, 6 years In California hotels. Ad dress BOX 161. HERALD. 11-14-3 WANTED—POSITION BY~*HOISTING AND boon derrick engineer. GEO. BEMMER LY. 418 Wa.lf'st. 11-16-12 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. t 11-11-lOt WANTED—POSITION BY REGISTERED druggist. S. F. HODGE, 616 Crocker st. - • 11-10-lOt SITUATION WANTED—BY AN ALL-ROUND candy and Ice cream maker. Address BOX 164. Herald. ■/ ' 11-9-10t WANTED—CARPENTER WORK ■ — DAY, Job or contract. PHONE 82107. 11-13-13 \VSituations, Male A RELIABLE, TRUSTWORTHY MAN DE ■lres a position as packer or canvasser for Jiible house. Have had t years' ex perience as general merchandise packer for Montgomery Ward Co. of Chicago; also experience as canvasser. C. K. STOVER, box »87. Herald. U-H-10 WANTED—POSITION AS SUPERINTEND ent or foreman of light mfs;. by a middle-aged man with wide experience In designing and making dies, tools, jigs, apodal light ma chinery, etc.; strictly temperate and reliable; good eastern reference. Address BOX 201, Herald. , 11-U-t SOBER, RELIABLE MIDDLE AGED MAN. experienced horseman; can milk cows, .take care of garden, handy all around man, wants situation, city or country. Ad dress J. O. R.. DC Th» Wykoff. 326 Boy.l st U-20-4t WANTED—BY. EXPERIENCED SALES man, position; thoroughly understands sash door and woodworking of any kind , for buildings; also plans, estimating, etc. Reasonable salary. J. BHAYLER. 1641 Wall St. 11-16-7t AN EXPERIENCED GARDENER. GER man, wishes position. Capable of taking full charge of landscape gardening. Ad dress OTTO YKiiiiK. Sierra Madre it., Pasadena, Cal., box 203, rural 1. 11-SO-7t POSITION WANTED BY ALL AROUND furniture man; repairing, reflnlshlng or anything pertaining to furniture. Can go anywhere. References. BOX 24-. HERALD. • . 11-20-7t WANTED—SITUATION. BY YOUNG MAN as handyman for private place or hotel bar. Small wages. board and room. Speaks French and English. STAN , TESHEA, 1635 N. Main st. 11-16-11 WANTED—SITUATION BY MIDDLE-AOED man, wiling to do almost anything; handy with tools; can also care for heating plant , in apartment houses. Address Room 14, 717 MAPLE AYE. 11-18-1 A STEADY, RELIABLE MAN DESIRES PO sltlon as storekeeper, shipping clerk, cost clerk or general office work; 14 years' experi ence In the machinery line; reference Al. H. O. 11.. 807 N. Bunker Hill aye. 11-18-10 I WOULD LIKE) TO HAVE A POSITION BE tween the hours of 10:30 a. m. and 4 p. m. I am a conductor on one of the street cars the remalnedcr of the time. What have you to offer' Address BOX 202. Herald. 11-10-7 A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS HAD 523 best of,experience would like position as head' waiter; refined and good appear- • ance. HARRY FINE, general delivery, Los Angeles. 11-20-41 WANTED—PLACE WITH PRIVATE FAM lly to earn for horses or cow or other work, by experienced man, aged 41 yearn. Address »JOHNSON, 510 N. Vlgnes St. Phone A4BS4. Main 6726. , ' ' 11-20-7t YOUNO EASTERN MAN. 23, ACTIVE AND capable, desires position In office or store; willing to start low. where there Is chance for advancement. Address BOX 175, Herald. 11-19-9 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. 11-18-10 POSITION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN. 22 years, experienced ax punch press hand and J handy around machinery. Address BOX It, 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 St. 11-18-3 LIGHT WORK WANTED BY MAN WILL lng to work but not able to do heavy work. Wages $1.50 per day. Home Phone 28445. Residence, 1333 48TH PLACE. U-U-Ut ' I WOULD LIKE TO GET A POSITION driving a grocery wagon; experienced with horses; have driven wagon before age of 16. Address BOX MS, Herald. 11-18-1 WANTED-POSITION AS COTTON RAISER 'by government expert; best of references; raised in cotton country. W. L. HOWARD, 820H 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. MALF.H. Box 151, Herald. 11-12-11 SOBER YOUNG MAN WANTS STEADY employment, light delivery; will do any thing. Reasonable; beat references. EOAN, F2135; 862 W. 9th. 11-13-13 SITUATION WANTED—BT YOUNG MAN, city or country; steady mnt reliable. Address Q. F.. 444 Vi S. Spring it. Los Angeles. H-10-lOt MILLWRIGHT OF EXPERIENCE WITH references wishes position. Address MILLWRIGHT, box 103, Herald, i 11-16-10t YOUNG MAN (23)] EMPLOYED NIGHTS, wishes work In the afternoons; good edu cation. Best of references. Address BOX 362, Herald. 11-13-13t YOUNG MAN 20 YEARS OLD WISHED a position as driver or anything else. FRANK SCHICK 445 W. Seventy-seventh, st. i 11-16-10 WANTED —A LIGHT JOB BY AN OLD man; can do almost anything. F. A. SPRAGUE, Parker house, 409 E. Fifth St. . 11-11-14 BET H-L EII E M FREE EMPLOYMENT ' agency, 610 Vignes street. Main 6726; Home A 4534. Men for housecleaning. yard work anil general labor. 3-24-tt LITE, SOBER. RELIABLE EASTERN MAN, 27, single, seeks work with Christian peopla In city or country; please state particulars. Address BOX 171. Herald. , 11-10-lOt WANTED—GARDENS TO CARE FOR monthly, trimming and planting, by ex perienced gardener. Send card to ROSS, I 1060 W. Fifty-third. 11-17-10t SOBER YOUNG MAN WANTS STEADY employment cleaning store or delivering. Anything reasonable. Best references. 363 W. NINTH. ■ F2136. 11-20-7t WANTED—POSITION AS GARDENER OR handy man around house. Want a good home; salary no object. Phone 4884; Main 6726. JACOB HERRING. 11-13-13 A GERMAN. MIDDLE AGED AND SINGLE, wishes work as houseman, Janitor or bed- . maker. References. W. BOHLING. 12.1 N. Kern St.. city. 11-16-5 A GERMAN, MIDDLE-AGED A!<D SINGLE, wishes work as houseman, 'anitor or bed maker. References. \1». BOHLING, 12:! N. Kern St.. city. 11-13-11 SITUATION • WANTED— CHAUFFEUR and gardener or coachman on private'place; city or country; wages moderate. Address BOX 54, Herald. v ll-18-3t WANTED— YOU CAN USE AN EXPERl enced time clerk, cashier or collector, a reli able married man of 30, address ROSSER, 1353 E. 20th St. * 11-19-10t POSITION—AS AN ALL AROUND MAN BY a strong, healthy German. Address BOX 156, Herald. ... 11-18-10 YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO WORK on a farm, but has not had any expe rience. BOX 102. HERALD. 11-17-10t SITUATION WANTED—BY EXPERIENCED 'Installment collector; references; married. IS. A. FOUNTAINS, 511 San Julian st. 11-j-10 WANTED—A POSITION BY A RELIABLU young man with motorcycle. Best of ref erences. 1320 E. FIFTIETH ST. 11-11-llt . MAN WISHES POSITION IN COUNTRY or cltv to do any kind of work. Ad dress BOX 268, HERALD. 11-20-10t WANTED—SET OF BOOKS TO KEEP AT night by an experienced bookkeeper. Ad dress BOX If.B. HERALD. 11-17-7t EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER WISHES steady position; will go out of city. Phone MAIN 6031, 1 ring. 11-10-lOt I WANT CARPENTER WORK WITH CON- , tractor who can furnish tools to start with. Address BOX 172. Herald. 11-10-lOt WANTED —CARPENTER WORK BY DAY or job. Remodel or build new. Call 156» "COURT ST. 11-20-7t WANTED-CARPENTER WORK, DAY OR Job or contract; estimates furnished. Phona S. 2107. 11-20-7t situation "WANTED ADS inserted in Th» HeraH free nt i-narge *t 10-H-tt ANTED—Situation*. Female . SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IX THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE. . , 10-18-11 WANTED-BY NEAT. RELIABLE WOMAN, chamber work or housework in small family. ; Phone TEMPLE 1431. : . U-U-U' '