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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES
BIG ROCK CREEK WATER
OFFERED TO PASADENA
Proposition Once Considered by
Los Angeles Is Made to
". Trade Committee
I PASADENA, Nov. 26.—A new light,
" locally, . was thrown upon the water
question last evening at a meeting of
the board of trade water committee,
■when L. B. Eaton offered to furnish
1000 inches of water from the Big Rock
creek for $350,000. title clear, with an
estimated additional cost of $1,175,000
for 48% miles of thirty-inch pipe and
a four-mile tunnel to b.inc the water
to a point five and a half miles north
west of Pasadena.
Eaton produced a report from Engi
neer Freel to substantiate his figures,
which are claimed to be probably over
i estimated to make i sure of coming
within bounds. It is claimed that the
•'proposition was about to be accepted
.by Los Angeles when that city deter
; mined to bo to the Owens river for
a more adequate supply.
A map was produced last evening
to show the source of supply from
"Old Baldy" and surrounding water
sheds and springs. It is said a reser
voir site of more than two hundred
acres with more than three hundred
acres of other land would go with the
proposition.
The proposed tunnel would be above
the Tehunga and a drop of 500 feet
would be afforded at that point where
a power station could be constructed.
The water would be delivered at a
point in the arroyo near Las Casltas.
Members of the committee voted
unanimously to visit the premises for
an investigation. The trip probably
will be made December 17.
Preceding the discussion of the
Eaton proposition various subcom
mittees offered incomplete reports
upon municipal ownership of the local
plants, consolidation of the companies,
condemnation proceedings and upon
additional supply.
PASADENA PARAGRAPHS
PASADENA, Nov. 26.—Miss Ruth
:"aimer leads the tournament queen
voting contest with 6100 votes. Miss
Irene Grosse Is second with 69CD. Mrs.
W. W. Qerlach is third wth 5100 and
Miss Sadie Stockley fourth with 1200.
A dress rehearsal of the opera "Pina
fore," to be given Monday and Tues
day by local society people fo*r the
benefit of the Emergency league, was
held last evening at the Norton thea
ter.
Policeman C. C. Tohn, recently ap
pointed to tho force, is 111 as the re
sult of a wrenched back which he sus
tained Thursday ln a bicycle collision.
J. C. Ellis of North Raymond avenue
suffered a sprained arm and a bruised
head when thrown from his horse ln
Eaton's canyon Thanksgiving day. ;
CITY PLANS BAND CONTEST
PASADENA, Nov. 26.—Plans are be
ing formulated to hold a band con
test soon to determine which band will
be engaged for a series of public con
certs this winter. Mayor Earley and
the city commissioners met yesterday
afternoon Jn 'executive session to dis
cuss the matter. The mayor stated last
evening the commissioners in open ses
sion Monday probably will vote to en
gage tho Long Beach band, Gregory's
"Italian band and the Pasadena band
for one concert each at different times
and have a music committee together
■with tl.e city commissioners to pass
on the merits of the several organiza
tions.
CARNIVAL CLUB GROWING
PASADENA, Nov. 26.—Reports last
evening from tlie committee of ten.
•which started late yesterday afternoon
on a ca-ivass for members for Pasa
dena's new carnival club, are that at
least a hundred members were secured
In three hours. It is said the re
sponse is spontaneous and that mem
bers are telephoning to have their
names listed as charter members. It is
planned to close the charter at Mon
day night's meeting.
SAN PEDRO DEMANDS CITY
ESTABLISH HARBOR FERRY
SAN PEDRO, Nov. 25.—Resolutions
■were adopted tonight at a mass meet
ing held at the city hall, demanding
that Los Angeles fulfill her ante-con
solidation agreement and establish a
municipal ferry. The action is contrary
to that taken by the chamber of com
merce Tuesday night in accepting a
proposal from the board of public
works that the present service of the
San Pedro Transportation company be
continued in lieu of the 2-cent muni
cipal , ferry, with the understanding
that a 2-cent rate to East San Pedro
and a 4-cent rate to Terminal island,
be made on fifty ride commutation
tickets limited to thiry days, single
fares to remain 5 and 10 cents as at
present.
W. G. Williams was elected chair
man of the meeting and Alex Muhl
berg secretary. A committee consist
ing of Frank Treichel, Alex Muhlberg
and V. C. Allen was appointed to pre
sent the resolutions to the board of
public works.
COURT SUSTAINS SALARY ACT
SANTA ANA, Nov. 25.—The second
district appellate court has affirmed
the decision of Judge Willis on the
Orange county salary act in the case
of Newman vs. Lester, in which Judge
Willis held that the deputies employed
In the Orange county courthouse should
be paid salaries under the act passed
by the last legislature. District Attor
ney Davis ruled the act could not go
into effect until the new official term
in 1911. Treasurer Joplin, acting on
Judge Willis' decision, paid the salaries
of the deputies then employed In the
various county offices.
PASADENA CLASSIFIED
FEATHER AND PONPON CLEANER
LEATHERS. HATBANDS, BOAS. TON
pons remade, wlllowed, cleaned, dyed,
curled. Low rates, expert work. MRS.
LOUIS RILLIEUX, I'iil Morton avenue.
Main 711. 11-3-lmo
PASADENA BUSINESS COLLEGE
OLDEST AND BEST SCHOOL IN THE
city; new building. Individual Instruction,
positions guaranteed. Day and evening
_ school. Enroll today. 34 N. I All;
OAKS. ■'_ .-27-tt
PASADENA CLEANERS & HATTERS
WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED.
,t NORTH RATMOND AYE. Works. 12.9
North Fair Oaks aye. PHONE 3086. 11-1.-t.
PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL
MEN'S SEWED BOLES AND HEELS, il:
lsdles' Sic. 164 N. FAIR OAK. AYE. '
10-1-tf
CONFERENCE OF OLDER
BOYS' Y. M. C. A. OPENS
Every Town from Santa Barbara
to Redlands Represented at
Long Beach Meeting
LONG BEACH, Nov. 25.—The Older
* Boys' Y. M. C. A. conference opened
here today with a larger attendance
[ than was anticipated. At the lunch
; eon at noon 160 boys were present.
[ Every town from Santa Barbara to
i Redlands is represented.
The opening session of the conven
• tion was held nt the First Bautlst
church. D. W. Weist, Y. M. C. A. sec
retary at Stanford, delivered the first
. address, his subject being "Not for
. Ourselves Alone," the conference
motto.
At 2:60 o'clock a discussion of "Ser
; vice" was held. Lloyd AVyatt talked
.• on "Service in the High School." Jay
C. Perrln spoke on "The Older Boy to
' the Younger Boy," and an address on
"The Working Boy" was given next.
At 4 o'clock a conference "by sec-
I tions" was held. J. Y. Kerr led the
' city section, and William H. Wallace
addressed the country section. "In
Organized Centers" was the subject of
H. R. Games, and M. H. Ludden spoke
on "In Unorganized Centers." J. P.
Hagerman led with an address on
"Getting In."
Tonight i a banquet was served at
Plymouth chapel at 6:30. Mayor Wind
ham gave the address of welcome to
the visiting boys, to which Wesley
Marten responded. The Y. At. C. A.
quartet sang and talks or, recitations
. were given by Wayne Burns, W. H.
Wallace, Walter Boadway and D. W.
Weist.
♦ » »
LONG BEACH ITEMS
LONG BEACH, Nov. 25.—C. Scott,
the U. S. C. prep football player who
was compelled to retire from the game
here yesterday afternoon, learned on
visiting a physician that three of his
ribs were broken,
Mrs. Mattie Kilborn, 75 years old,
died this morning at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. R. R. Lynn, at 1153
Elm avenue. Four sons also survive
her.
James H. Brady, 26 years old, a na
tive of California, who had never lived
outside the state, died this morning at
his home, near Willows street and At
lantic avenue.
BOY ARRESTED AS BURGLAR
LONG BEACH, Nov. 25.— home
of Miss M. Miner, at 721 West Third
street, was ransacked yesterday and a
gold watch, $40 and a bicycle stolen.
The detective department secured In
formation leading to the arrest of
Wallace Ward, 14 years old, and al
though the youth at first denied the
theft, the money and other stolen ar
ticles were recovered. It was said this
afternoon the boy would not be prose
cuted.
-MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED
LONG BEACH, Nov. 25.—Charged
with having kept both his own and
his partner's shares of a fund of .15,
Frank J. Sackett has been brought
back to Long Beach from Modesto.
Sackett has telegraphed to Modesto
for money with which to refund his
former partner, Walter Kentzley.
FIRE SLIDE MAN RECOVERING
LONG BEACH, Nov. 25.—Eugene
Savage, whose face was burned when
he descended a wire in a genuine
"slide for life" last night, lies in a
room on the Pike under a doctor's
care and with his face swathed in
bandages. He will recover, but may
have lasting scars.
ELDERLY MAN HIT BY CAR
LONG BEACH, Nov. 25.— endeav
oring to get out of the way of another
car, Elbert Handy, an elderly man,
was hit by a trolley car at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. As the car was moving
slowly Handy escaped with slight
bruises.
POSTOFFICE CLOSING FAVORED
LONG BEACH, Nov. 25.—The
Women's Civic Improvement league
this morning went on record by the
adoption of a resolution as favoring
the closing of the local postoffice Sun
days.
TO PARTICIPATE IN CARNIVAL
SAN BERNARDINO, Nov. 25.—A
large part of San Bernardino merchants
and business men left tonight at 10:30
for Needles, where ♦hey will participate
in the carnival which opened there
yesterday. _____________________
1000 ___« 1000 Houßs for $1000
ESTOPPEY is running 1000 MILES in 1000 HOURS for 1000 DOLLARS at VENICE.
He started last Sunday at 9a. m. He runs one mile at the beginning of each hourday and
night and if he completes the contest the last mile will be run at midnight, December 31.
He Is Running at
VENICE a?
\
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock Balloonist Morton will start from Venice with two passen
gers in his big passenger balloon, "The Peoria," and attempt to reach Pasadena. .
At 4 p. m. tomorrow, Miss Marguerite Cooper will sing on St. Mark Plaza, accompanied
by the Venice of America Band. *
Visit Venice Sunday
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 26. 1910.
MAN THOUGHT DROWNED
IS A PRISONER IN JAIL
Suspect Goes to City Hall to File
Protest and Is Placed
Under Arrest
SAN BERNARDINO, Nov. 25.—With
the Impression prevailing at Richmond,
where he Is wanted on a charge of
forgery, that he had been drowned In
the San Francisco bay and that a body
washed ashore near Oakland was lis,
Howard Page Is under arrest in this
city under the name of James F. Page.
His description and a specimen of his
handwriting were forwarded to pich
mond and notice was at once returned
to hold the prisoner.
Page got into jail here by obtaining
50 cents from the city poundmaster for
burying a dead dog. After he had
been paid it was found that he had
failed to put the canine under ground
and the poundmaster took his coat in
lieu of the 60-cent fee obtained falsely.
Page then went to the city hall to pro
test against the action of the dog
catcher and was recognized as the
man named in a circular received from
Richmond several months before. He
is now serving a 30-day sentence for
obtaining money under false pretenses.
BICYCLE THIEF CONFESSES
SAN BERNARDINO, Nov. Hen
ry Meyers, arrested here several days
ago charged with being a bicycle thief,
today confessed to Chief of Police W.
A. Shay, according to that official,
that he had stolen ten wheels within
a week in Southern California. Meyers
says that he was formerly in business
in Stockton.
CONTRACT BREACH CHARGED
SAN BERNARDINO, Nov. 25.—
Home Gas and Electric company of
Redlands today again formally an
nounced its Intention of collecting from
the city of Colton the sum of $50,000
with costs for the alleged violation of
a lighting contract
POMONA HELLO COMPANY
ENLARGING FACILITIES
POMONA, Nov. 2..—The local Home
Telephone company, which has more
than 3300 subscribers, is installing two
new switchboards which will bring the
total capacity of the plant up to 5000
telephones, the present equipment only
providing for 3500 phones. One hun
dred and forty-eight new telephones
were installed by the company in the
last four weeks.
A new room for storage batteries
will be provided and numerous other
Improvements added to the equipment
to keep pace with the growth of the
company.
MISS FOWLER BECOMES BRIDE
POMONA, Nov. 25—At the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Northcroft yes
terday afternoon at 651 East Holt ave
nue Miss Theodosia Fowler of River
side and Royal B. Thayer of Thermal,
a nephew of Mrs. C. E. White and cou
sin of Mrs. Northcroft, were married
by the Rev. Albert P. Davis. '
EXHIBIT OF IVORIES AND
ANTJQUES WILL BE MADE
Valuable and rare old Ivories, an
tique relics of early Spanish 'days, and
novel, handwrought jewelry will be
shown this afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. Charles F. Whittlesey, 1301 St.
Andrews place. Mrs. Whittlesey will
be assisted by Mrs. E. W. Berlin.
The exhibit will be held in the Louis
XIV room, which, with Its rose-bro
caded tapestry, ivory woodwork and
gold furniture, Is an excellent setting
for the treasures to be shown. Punch
will be served in the dining room by
Miss Enid Whittlesey, Miss Margaret
Daniel.-, Miss Laura Volberg and Miss
Pauline Jahraus.
PURSE SNATCHER ROBS
WOMAN AND MAKES ESCAPE
A purse snatcher lurking behind some
bushes near Seventh and Flower
streets last night sprang at Mrs. C.
Zollinger of the Hotel Seville, 732
South Flower street, as she passed and
j robbed her of her handbag containing
I two $5 gold pieces and several articles
{of small value. The thief then ran
; down an alley and disappeared before
; the woman recovered sufficiently from
| her fright to call for help.
To Arrowhead Springs
Fine auto road. Go today. ***
RIVERSIDE CELEBRATES
$50,000 BOND PASSAGE
Demonstration Follows Voting of
Park Improvements and Ad
ditional Fire Protection
RIVERSIDE, Nov. Riverside is
celebrating tonight with red fire and a
bra?" band the voting of $30,000 of
city bonds and $20,000 of bonds for
additional fire facilities. „
The vote was practically two to one
for the fire bonds and nearly as large
for the park bonds. The latter will
be used for the improvement of Fair
mount park, the plans including chil
dren's playgrounds, swimming pools,
power boats and improvement of the
18-acre tract adjoining the park, re
cently donated the city by Mayor
Evans.
An auto engine will be purchased out
of the sale of the fire bonds.
BUILDINGS FOR 'REPUBLIC
SOON TO BE CONSTRUCTED
Work Planned,for Portions of In
stitution Near Pomona
Work on the new "government build
ing" and "citizens* building" at the
California George Junior Republic,
near Pomona, will begin within a few
days.
The government building will Include
a large courtroom, which will be used
also as a school room and chapel, and
a gymnasium with shower baths and
other conveniences. It will cost about
$7000 and the expense will be defrayed
by Mrs. Margaret B. Fowler and her
"daughter, Miss Kate Fowler of Pasa
dena, already important benefactors
of the boys' republic.
The citizens' building will be of two
stories, the second to be divided Into
thirty bedrooms, while down stairs will
be a large living room, library, music
room, office, kitchen and matron's de
partments. The materials to be used
in this building will be contributed by
Los Angeles business men.
MAN INJURED DURING FIGHT
Staggering along the sidewalk near
Ninth street and Santa Fe avenue
with the blood oozing from a wound
in his head, a man giving two names—
Bert Blodgett and Billy Burns—was
found by Sid Johnson of the Siesta
club, 900 Santa Fe avenue, and given
emergency treatment until the arrival
of the police ambulance. In the re
ceiving hospital the Injured man stat
ed he had engaged in a fight and got
what he deserved.
THE WEATHER
LOS ANGELES. Nov. 25, 1210.
Time. [The. ■|HumTwind|Vlc.|'Weather.
6a. m. 29. S3 I 64 88 INW I 3 I Cloudy.
5 p.m. I 29.86 I 66 I 79 ISW f 4 | Cloudy.
Highest temperature, 61.
Lowest temperature, 53.
FORECAST
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 25.—For Southern
California— Showers Saturday; brisk south
wind.
For San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Satur
day; moderate north wind.
For Santa Clara valley— Saturday; light
frost la morning; light north wind.
For Sacramento valley— Saturday; light
frost In the morning; light north wind. v
For San Joaquin valley—Fair Saturday; light
frost In morning; light north wind.
TABLE OF TEMPERATURES
Lowest.
Atlantic City, X. J 46
Boston, Mass 4.
Buffalo, N. _ 38
Charleston, S. C 60
Chicago, 111 36
Denver, Colo 46
11■- Moines, la SO
Knstport, Me 38
Galveston, Texas 68
Helena, Mont 26
Kansas City, Mo 42
Los Angeles, CaL fi.)
Louisville, Ky 42
Memphis, Term 60
Montgomery, Ala. 60
New Orleans, La. 81
New York, X. V 44
rhoenlx, Ariz 48
Pittsburg, Pa 40
land, Ore M
Raleigh, M. C 66
Rapid City, S. V 24
St. Louis, Mo 40
St. Paul, Minn 24
Salt Lake City,.Utah 60
Spokane, Hash 32
Tampa, Via 68
Toledo, 0 38
Tonopah, Nev 44
Washington, D. C 36
Vllllistiiil. X. I) 22
MARRIAGE LICENSES
PARKBS-JANOUSHEK—EarI .P. Parkes,
age 26. and Charlotte M. Janoushek. age
22; natives of Ohio; residents of Chicago
and Los Angeles.
ELLIS-CONKLEIN-jFrank Ellis, age 47.
and Ida J. ConklAn, age 46; natives of
Illinois and Ohio; residents of Los An
geles. '■.-'■■-. v
LA LANNB-CLINTON—Frank La Lanne,
age 23. and V. Florence Clinton, age 80;
natives of California; residents of Los An
geles. -
ACOSTA-RlZZO—Felipe Acosta, age 31. and
Carolina Rixzo. age 88; natives of Mex
ico; residents of Los Angeles. '
WILLIAMS-DEARING—a A. Williams, age
28, and Clara M. Dearlng, age 18; natives
j of Kansas and New Hampshire; residents
of Los Angeles.
TRAVERSE-LUNNHTJL—John W. Traverse,
age 80, and Edna M. Lunnell, - age 20;
natives of California; residents of Eureka,
CaL
VAN ARUM-VLEUGELS—JeIIe Van Arum,
age 28, and Hortense Vleugcls, ago 39;
natives of Holland and Portugal; resi
dents of Tropico. -
PATTON-BOTT —Frank Patton, age 21, and
I Alice M. Bott, age 20; natives of New
York and Ohio; residents of Los Ange
lea
GOMEZ-ANDRAPE— Gomel, age 23,
and Jane Andrade, age 27; natives of
Mexico; residents of Monrovia and El
Monte.
BIRTHS
BOYS
ULISELIDTo Frank and lua Uliselid, 221
' Sloam street.
FOGGTo Carll and Cora Fogg, 1989 Mag
nolia street. • „„„
WELCH —To Robert and Ellsa Welch, 826
North Alta street.
GARCIA— Emereglldo and Leopolda Gar
cia, 738 Decatur street.
GIRLS,
IRVINGTo Henry and Ida Irving, 136
Avenue 44, '
MATSUSHITA —To Klsaburo ond Osome
Matsushita, 319 East First street.
DEVERIN—To Louis and Sadie Deverin,
. 226 Hewitt street.'
WELLINGTON —To Lourin and Mary Well
ington, Los Angeles. *
DEATHS
MOHI.ER—J. C, Santa Fe hospital; native
of Kansas: age 38; accidental.
SARClA—Franclsca, 733 Commercial street;
native of Canada; age 60; carcinoma.
ISHMAEL.— 2316 East Fourth street:
native of Illinois; age 69; exhaustion from
chronlo diarrhea.
BROUSE—AIva C, 3228 Cambridge street;
native of Canada; age 74; hemorrhage.
HOPKINS— H.. 941 . West Sixth
street: native of New York; age 61; myo
* carditis. ' '_ . „_ _
lIERMILLER —Ignatlos W.. 1800 South Ver
mont avenue; native of Ohio; age 62; tu
berculosis.
VAUGHN —Louis, Clara Barton hospital; na
tive of Illinois: age 42: carcinoma.
DIED- WmSM
PUTNAM—John H. Putnam died November 24.
To be burled November 25 at i p. m., Sol
rllera' home. 11-26-1
(JEMETERIES—
INGLEWOOD PARK
CEMETERY
Two miles outside the city limits, on the
Los Angeles Sc Redondo railway; 800 acres
of perfect land with Improvements outclass
ing any cemetery on the coast.
207 6. BROADWAY. ROOM 202.
Phones F3303, Main 4659.
Superintendent's phone 10541.
9-28-12.n0
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 302-306 EX
CHANGE BLDO., northeast corner Third
and Hill Bts. Phones—Main 909; A.620. Cem
etery office, 1831 W. Washington st. Phones
72868; 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 Coiegrove car lines to grounds,
A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT
All3l. 208 Laughlin Bldg. Main 39L
Ctmetery phones 69066; Hollywood 642.
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, 839 Bradbury Building.
Phones—Main 662; A 6466.
Cemetery-Home D 1083; Boyle 9.
6-B-12mo
i INSERTIONS, OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 insertions for tbe
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man
. 10-12-tf
yy AN TED—Male Help
WANTEDMEN WITHOUT EXPERIENCE
to work at electricity, plumbing, automo
biles, bricklaying. Tour earnings will
more than pay preliminary Instruction
charge. 200 students last year, $30,<r_0
contract Jobs; only few months required
and no expense to learn good trade. Free
catalogue. UNITED TRADE SCHOOL
CONTRACTING CO., 658 Pacific Electric
bldg. U-»-«
WANTED-170 MONTH; CUSTOMS. INTER
naI revenue, railway mail 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
WANTED—INTELLIGENT. HONEST MEN
to work in city. Good steady- Job for
the right men. Apply to W. H. JUDD.
Herald office, before 8 a. m. or after
6:30 d. m. 11-17-tf
IF YOU WANT HELP READ THE HER
ald situation wanted columns. 11-3-tf
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18^f
WANTED— Female Help
INTELLIGENT OIRL OR WOMAN, SPARE
time, each locality, address envelopes, mail
circulars; pay 15 -cents hour; • material,
1 stamps furnished free. REX MAILING
AGENCY, London. Ont. 11-20-lt
REFINED YOUNG LADY FOR-. FlRST
class artist's studio, to study portrait, color
photography, retouching; splendid opportun
ity. YON NAGLE Photo Studio, 702 S.
Spring st. , .11-26-51
WANTED-LADIES, BEAUTY CULTURE
pays big; learn right, salary guaranteed.
"FLORENTINE." the world's largest, 227
Mercantile place, corner Broadway. 8-2-tf
IF YOU WANT HELP READ THE HER
aid situation wanted columns. 11-3-tf
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The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf
WANTED— M'le »nd Female
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
the barber trade; guaranteed in eight weeks.
Catalogue free. MOLER BARBER COL
LEGE, 122 E. Second st. 9-14-tf
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf
WANTED— Agents _ _'_ £?
SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE.
10-18-tf
WANTED—Situations, Male _ _ .
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO WORK
on a farm, but has not had any expe
rience. BOX 102, HERALD.' 11-17-10t
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO LEARN
a trade. J. A. MITCHELL, 269 Vernon
aye., Pasadena. ' , 11-24-7t
MAN WISHES POSITION IN COUNTRY
or city to do any kind of work. Ad
dress BOX 258, HERALD. 11-20-lut
WANTED—SET OF BOOKS TO KEEP AT
night, by an experienced bookkeeper. Ad
dress BOX 168, HERALD. 11-17-7t
WANTED— Male
SITUATION WANTED JBY ' RELIABLE
' young man of 88 who has had 8 years'
business experience In Los Angeles; started
in at Denver as assistant bookkeeper and
have since acted as cashier, head ac
, countant, credit man. ad writer and solic
itor for some of the best firms here.
. Will aocept position at moderate salary in
any capacity along these lines and make
good; will work part or entire time. Ad
dress BOX 344. HERALD. 11-21-12t
EXPERIENCED, COMPETENT "-. BOOK
keeper and office man desires position.
Excellent references. Willing to go out of
city. Address BOX 244. HERALD. •
11-16-tf
MIDDLE-AGED MAN, NOT STRONG, JUST
out ot hospital, wants some kind of light
work and wants lt 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
1 dress JOHN SCHONEN. 1107 W. Eleventh
St., city. ; 11-18-17
A RELIABLE, TRUSTWORTHY MAN DE
slres position at any honorable employment;
have had 8 years' experience as general
mdse. packer for Montgomery Ward ft Co.,
Chicago; also experience as checker; also
used to receiving room. Address C. E.
STOVER, 1012 E. 47tb st Phone South 687.
11-19-10
A SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN MAN LATE-
Iy from Boston and Alaska, an experienced
aviator and willing Vorkor, would like sit
uation with private family or any kind of
honest work. I am also giving stereoptlcon
lectures for clubs and societies. Address
BOX 217, Herald. • 11-26-7
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 ln Mexico. 610 VIQNES ST. Phones
A 4884, Main 6726. 11-15-14t
WANTED— POSITION BY YOUNO MAN
experienced ln business, as cashier, assist
ant - bookkeeper or credit and collection
man. Good hustler. Can give bond.
Would leave city. Address BOX 856,
HERALD. 11-23-4t
A FIRST CLASS, UP-TO-DATE FRENCH
and Italian cook; have worked for 6 years In
the highest class cafe ln Los Angeles; 30
years' experience and never worked only in
the highest class places. Phone Boyle 2133.
P. ZAWPPA. 400 N. Bailey st. 11-12-tf
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. _ - . • 11-17-10t
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, 330 N. Fair
Oaks aye., Pasadena. 11-19-10
AN EXPERIENCED GARDENER. UEK
man. wishes position. Capable of taking
full charge of landscape gardening. Ad
dress OTTO YEGGE. Sierra Madre st,
Pasadena, Cal., box 203, rural 1.
11-20-7t
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. 8., 807 N. Bunker Hill aye. U-18-10
WANTED— SITUATION, BY YOUNG MAN
as handyman for private place or hotel
bar. Small wages, board and room.
Speaks French and English. STANLEY
' TESHEA, 1636 N. Main St. 11-16-11
WANTED — SITUATION. BY EXPERT
moving picture machine operator. First
class reference. Work relief at machine
or door. Address BOX 239. HERALD.
11-23-7t
WANTED — ALL 'ROUND COLORED MAN
Janitor, porter, night watchman or any
kind day work in or out of town. Phone
Bdwy. 1703, or resid'enco, 1506 E. EIGHTH
ST. 11-22-lOt
POSITION WANTED BY ALL AROUND
furniture man; repairing, reflnlshlng or
anything pertaining to furniture. Can
go anywhere. References. BOX 242,
HERALD. _____ ■ H-20-7t
YOUNG MAN WITH SOME ELECTRICAL
experience wants position as electrical
helper, or would work In electrical house.
Can furnish best of references. Address
BOX 356, HERALD. 11-24-7t
WANTED—BI EXPERIENCED MAN 30
years of age, position on farm or stock
ranch. Steady and sober. Address R.
L SMITH, 3327 Pepper ava, Los Angeles.
Phone East 1988. 11-23-7t
WANTEDPLACE WITH PRIVATE FAM
lly to care for horses or cow or other
work, by experienced man, aged 41 years.
Address JOHNSON, 610 N. Vlgnes st.
Phone A4BS4, Main 5720. 11-20-7t
EXPERIENCED, COMPETENT SALEB
-man wants position, Los Angeles city or
Southern California territory. Good ref
erences. Address P. O. BOX 282. MON
ROVIA. 11-24-71
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WANTED — POSITION RUNNING STA
tionary engine In or near some town. Can
fire and repair. Place must pay good
salary. FRED ECKI.EY, Mohave City,
Ariz/ ilL 5. 4-7'
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.
.' ! 11-19-9
ENGLISHMAN. 29. ABSTAINER. WANTS
work, machinist helper or machine work,
or any other honest labor. Address I. N. X.,
471V4 East Third street, Los Angeles, Cal.
11-84-7
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
WANTED—BY YOUNG MAN FROM NEW
York, a position In drafting office: has
had experience In shop work. Address
J. M. WISE, general delivery. 11-16-lot
BOOKKEEPER WANTS PERMANENT OR
temporary position; reliable, accurate; high
est references. HEATH, 133 S. Flgueroa.
U-12-17t
WANTED-YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO
work on a farm, but has not had any experi
ence. Address BOX 204, Herald. U-19-10
MARRIED MAN, EXPERIENCED IN THE
grocery business, desires permanent position
as buyer with reliable firm. Address BOX
252, Herald. U-22-7

YOUNG MAN OF 21, AMERICAN, WISHES
a position in private family to do.chores.
Can give reference. Call A 1794. Ask for
BEASLY. 11-19-1.
POSITION WANTED—BY YOUNG MAN, 22
1 years, experienced as punch press hand and
handy around machinery. Address BOX 13,
Dolgevile, Cal. JOHN PESLIN. U-19-10
WANTED—SITUATION BY BLACKSMITH
helper with one year's experience ln east
ern shop. Address R. J. WILLIAMS, 795
Merchant St., Los Angeles. .. 11-24-71
SOBER YOUNG MAN WANTS STEADY
employment cleaning store or delivering.
Anything reasonable. Best references.
362 W. NINTH. F2135. " 11-20-7t
AN ALL 'ROUND HANDY MAN WANTS
situation, institution or private place;
small wages; reference. E. MURRELL,
836 W. Jefferson St. 11-24-7t
WANTED—BY AN HONEST, ! RELIABLE,
single American gentleman, work of. any
kind; am willing to work hard. Address O.
X., general delivery, San Pedro, Cal. 11-18-12
WANTED—POSITION AS WATCHMAN,
timekeeper or any similar situation of trust,
by reliable middle-aged man: best city ref
erences. Address BOX 241, Herald. - U-22-7
SITUATION WANTED—BY A STRONG
young man. 22 years; experienced as punch
or drill press hand; steady and sober. JOHN
PESLIN. Box 13, Dolgeville, Cal. U-22-7t
WANTED—A POSITION AS FURNITURE
salesman by a young man; eight years' ex
perience; reference given. Address McC,
Box 218, Herald. 11-26-Ut
SINGLE MAN, 35, DESIRES WORK THAT
will merge Into apiary work, season 1911;
one year's experience. BOX 214, Herald.
11-26-7t
WANTED—WORK BY PRACTICAL - LAWN
maker and gardener. Address 11. SMITH,
828 S. Broadway. - U-26-7t
WANTED— POSITION IN PHOTOGRAPH
gallery or art studio; references. A. R. M.,
/ Box 179, Herald, ' / - U-26-7
POSITION-AS AN ALL AROUND MAN BY
a strong, healthy German. Address BOX
156, Herald. -.'. 11-18-10
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WANTED— Male y
SOBER YOUNG MAN WANTS STEADY
employment, light delivery: will do any
thing. Reasonable; best references. EGAN.
F2135; M W. 9th. U-18-12
A GERMAN, MIDDLE-AGED AND BINULIi.
wishes work as houseman. Janitor or bed
■ maker. Good references. W. BOHLING. 128
N. Kern street. . U-86-8
YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES LIGHT WORK
part or all of eaoh day in hotel, oftlce,
apartment house or home. ADVERTISER, 713
8. Chicago street _ 11-86-1
WANTED^-TRAINED LADIES' MAID DE
slres position as maid, or will i care for
chUdren. Address Box 216, Herald.
'- , 11-26-10
: ;
YOUNO WOMAN, EMPLOYED MOST OF
the day, wishes to assist ln nice home tor
. living expenses. Address Box 816, Herald.
11-28-10
SITUATION WANTED-A NO. 1 COOK IN
wealthy family; best of references. Address
CHAS. VAN METER, General Delivery, city.
U-18-10
WANTED—A LIGHT JOB BY AN OLD
man; can do almost anything. F. A.
SPRAGUE. Parker house, 409 E. Fifth st.
,-,.- ..:•■, 11-16-1-11 .
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency, 510 Vlgnes street Main 6726; Home
A 4884. Men for housecleanlng, yard work and
general labor. / <• 3-24-tf -
WANTED— GARDENS TO CARE FOR .
monthly, trimming and planting, by ex
perienced gardener. Send card to ROSS.
1060 W. Fifty-third. 11-17-10t
WANTED-IF YOU CAN USE AN EXPERl
enced time clerk, cashier or collector, a reli
able married man of 80, address ROSSER,
1353 E. 20th st 11-19-lQt
WANTED— AS FIRST AND SEC- •
ond by two experienced cooks; out of town
preferred, C. R. GAULT, General Delivery,
L. A. U-22-7
WANTED—POSITION BY HOISTING AND
' boon derrick engineer. GEO. BEMMER
LY, 416 Wall st 11-16-12
WANTED—CARPENTER WORK BY DAY
or Job. Remodel or build new. Call 1559
COURT ST. 11-20-7t
MAN WISHING EMPLOYMENT, NOT PAR
tlcular as to position. Address phone Main
2558. U-22-7
WANTED—CARPENTER WORK, DAY OR
Job or contract; estimates furnished. Phone
S. 2107. 11-20-7t
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf
WANTED— Female
WANTED— POSITION IN NOT TOO LARGE
a family as housekeeper or housemaid; good
cook and competent to take full charge;
wages 830 a month (at least). Apply to MRS.
A., 356 W. Ninth st. 11-80-7 >•
GERMAN LADY LINGUIST. EXPBRIENC- j
ed traveler, reliable business and house
hold manager, desires suitable employ
ment by the day or resident. BOX 818, ■
HERALD. 11-S3-7t
WANTED—POSITION AS HELPER AND
salad maker ln a delicacy store, hotel or
restaurant, by a competent young wo
man. Address BOX 246. HERALD.
11-15-15t
A STENOGRAPHER. FORMERLY 6ECRE
tary to a prominent New York lawyer,
desires a permanent position where exec
utive ability is required. Call HOME
61334. 11-15-18
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—WASHING AND IRONING AT
homo. MRS. SCHMIDT. East 3219.
11-20-1U
YOUNG LADY, INTELLIGENT, EDUCATED,
is seeking employment of any kind part or
full day. Address BOX 360, Herald. 11-22-1*
BITUATION WANTED"ADS. INSERTED IM
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE
10-18-U
WANTED—BY NEAT. RELIABLE WOMAN,
chamber work or horsework in small family.
Phono TEMPLE 1431. 11-18-U
WANTED OOOD LOCATION FOR PUB-
Uc stenographer ln exchange for attend
ing office. BOX 152, HERALD. 11-17-71
YOUNG WOMAN WANTS POSITION A3
chambermaid and to do mending. Best
of referencea MISS FRANCES, Homo
phone 72492. 11-24-7t
POSITION IN DELICACY STORE OR BAK
ery by a flne salad maker and thoroughly
experienced ln the above lines. Address BOX '
237, Herald. U-19-10
SITUATION WANTED—THE MANAGEMENT
of a lodging house or restaurant by young
woman thoroughly experienced. Address BOX
233. Herald. U-18-10
YOUNO LADY WITH A-l OIL LINE Ex
perience wants position as stenographer, blu
er or price work. Can give reference. Phone
EAST 514. 8-1-tf
STENOGRAPHER DESIRES PERMANENT
position as confidential clerk or private sec
retary with reliable flrm. Address BOX 262,
Herald. H-22-7
WANTED—BY RELIABLE WOMAN, WORK,
on Thanksgiving day in a family or cafe- ■*».
terla. Phone EAST 441. Call up after 5
o'clock. U-22-T .
POSITION WANTED BY RAPID AND AC *
curate blller. Ara also stenographer. Cart '■
give best city reference. PHONE EAST _
614. 11-20-12. i\
EXPERIENCED LADY OROANIST WITI .*
first class New York city references would ,'
like position. BOX 361, HERALD. <
11-20-7t J
TRAINED NURSE WOULD LIKE CARE OF ,
one or two children or elderly lady. Address
V. S., 1414 Twelfth st, Santa Monica, Cal. % i
__. ' ■ U-19-lOt
WANTED-POSITION TO WORK MY WAY
to San Francisco, by young lady. Address
JULIA KLEIN, 702 E. Fifth St. 11-26-7
•WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
by young lady 23 years of age. Address
MRS. LAKE, 702 E. Fifth St. 11-26-7t
SITUATION WANTED—BY EXPERIENCED
stenographer; salary 810. Address BOX 213,
Herald. . 11-26-10
I
YOUNG LADY WANTS SITUATION IN
country to assist in housework. Addres.i
M. E. 1., box 137. Herald. - 11-17-lot
POSITION BY EXPERIENCED BOOK- .
keeper and stenographer; good city refer-'
ences. Call Main 7439. Room 2. U-20-7
WANTED—SITUATION TO LAUNDER
lace curtains carefully at 25c per pair.
PHONE TEMPLE 689. ' 11-24-141
WANTED—BY WHITE YOUNO WOMAN,' ..'
day work, washing. ironing and cleaning.
355 W. SIXTY-SIXTH ST. 11-24-7t
, ; \
WANTED— OR CLEANING, BY
woman by day or hour. Address 647
CROCKER ST.. flat .4. I 11-16-1.
SITUATION WANT ADS. INSERTED INI
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE.
" 10-18-tt
WANTED— Male & Fern. "■'«
WANTED—BY YOUNG MARRIED COLORED
couple, position ln private family, woman as
cook, man as butler or yardman; will go
out of city if required. Phone MAIN 8731.
U-26-7t
WANTED-IF YOU WANT MEN OR WOMEN
to da any kind of labor or mechanical work, ,
please call OLIVE BRANCH MISSION, 708 •
B. Fifth St. Phone Main 2558. . U-12-30 '
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18
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WANTED— To Purchase Stock
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WANTED— -•■';■■* '■
Mock ln the Los Angeles Investment oom-.
pany; any amount up to 840,000; will pay ,
within 6 per cent ot the company's selling] '„_,
price. G. F.. care Ulobe Savings Bank.
• 11-tt
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WANTED Miscellaneous
WANTED-CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 758 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones Main '
1106; FSO* 1 12-17-tf

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