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-'■ Classified, Business Directory
idy reference list of responsible business firms. Consult it
rquently for profit. :} Live business firms advertise, and their ad
irtisements are simply invitations direct to you. Patronize
"raid advertisers. . •',■.-.,-v
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' ' AS3AYING 'I
IN HERMAN, 262',. 8. MAIN. NOT SAT*
action, but accuracy guaranteed. 12-a.i
ATTORNEYS
!CIAL INVESTIGATIONS — PERSONA!,'
Jury claims specialty; estates setttled. j
'. MACY. 638 Douglas bldg. Phones: ARnJ
am 8523. ■ t|
DIVORCE LAWS. : "|
Advice free; no publicity. 122 W. THIRrt
romm 321. Call 2 to 6. Hj^
AUTOMOBILES
TOMOBILES REPAIRED AND REBIM
ROMPTLY at 60c per hour. Home ASj_,
a.Vi South Hill Street, In rear. I
""I
AUTO GARAGE 5
MMOTH GARAGE-416 CENTER PLACE?
h. bet. Main and Spring. Open day and
Ight. U-B-tj
BATHS ' "."3
MRS. JENNIE HUFF ' j
SULPHUME VAPOR BATHS. . f
Shampooing—Main 3133, F33ls—Chiropody
SEVENTH'and CROCKER STS. i
11-!l-t»
. *UNETKf~TREATMENT for RHEUMAT
-|')m, nervousness AND STOMACH
: ..ROUBLES. 056 S. Olive St. Rooms «-i.
T- 11-11-tt
-I , '
-CIS ANITA HELDMAN, 814 SANTEE ST.,
), wo blocks east of Main. Salt baths, elec
i| ta baths and treatment. 10-U-tf
I'SS LOLA HILL, 708 CROCKER ST.,
ub baths and alcohol rubs. Hours 10 >.
i ".. to 8 p. m.- 10-30-tf
f,«5 8. SPRING ST, SUITE 8-CHIROPODY,
' 'lectrlclty, massage, vapor and shower
'. a'.hs. - . 64-lt
(.'US BATHS, 164 8. BROADWAY; SCIEN
1c massage, manicuring, chiropody. A 4113.
.-.■-. - 11-16-lmo
SJAGE, BATHS, CHIROPODY. EXPERT
.slstants. JEAN LUNN. 620 8, Bdway.
■ ■ ■- 2-17-tf
BICYCLES
[CYCLES—BICYCLES. TIRES AND sup
plies at cash prices. KNIGHT'S, 134 North
Spring. . - - j 9-23-tf
\ BIRD DOCTOR
UCK PARROTS AND SMALL BIRDS
'treated. Pets boarded. 213 S. FIOUEROA.
11-17-tf
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CESSPOOLS
MPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPINO CO.-
We take out largest load. West 6396; 22040.
_; t-10-tf
. .CABINET SHOP
I'.EFRIGERATORS FOR BUTCHERS, RES
TAURANTS
and saloons. Show cases and fixtures.
221-26 E. SECOND ST. Home A 4221.
| M.iln 1148. 11-23-lmn
DENTISTB "
JR. BACHMANN. 206-206 MAJESTIC THEA
ter bldg., 845 8. Broadway. F6681, Main 3818.
7-1-tf
FENCES: WIRE, IRON, WOOD
.OS ANGELES WIRE WORKS, MANUFAC
turers of and dealers In all kinds of wire
goods. Floral designs a specialty. v->
E. SEVENTH ST. Phone F8090j,_j3.,_ 0
11-13-lmo
•ITY AND COUNTY WIRB WORKS. IS
WALL ST. ' ■ H-lb-IBQ
FURNITURE
Furniture Bot, Sold, Exchanged.
KANTOR. 723 W. SIXTH. F2628. 11-»-«
INSURANCE
•IRE, AUTCtMOBILE. ACCIDENT. LIT*
burglary, liability, plate glas. surety bosjs,
•-• ■■ i. - SONS. Inc.. 129-81 Hlgglns war.
* 1 11-IJ'H
.RCH NOTICES— |
N .HE INDEPENDENT
CHURCH OF CHRIST
S IHTEENTH AND FIGUEROA «TS.
REV. J. S. THOMSON. PASTOR.,
i .ids y service, 11 a.m.; subject of *»
* -n, ' "The - Military Women of History
,'• lo■ by Geneva Jennings, Baker, "Th«
A c They." Solo by Mrs. Ethelda A. Dilß,
'-_w at Thy Feet." Miss Charlotte T. W
on. organist. The Harmony Bible clasit
10 a. m. Al aro invited, especially Strang**
. " 11*
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCr
DR. BROUOHER
Speaks twice Sunday at § g
"THE AUDITORIUM BEAUTIFUL, |
(.i ' ' Corner Fifth and Olive sts.
11:30 A. M.' ''
"JOSHUA,-THE MAN OF ANOTHER
-i.. . . ■ SPIRIT." • .'• 8
'- ■'■•■ 7:30 P. M. »!
*A POPULAR PROVERB, S
"BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TO.
t;i:iHER." ' Lj
Soloists, Mrs. Bacon and Mr. Gregg. w
chorus great organ, chimes. i
chorus, EVERYBODY WELCOME. - -Jl
' '- ' ' " ' —.'
FIRST CONGREGATIONAI
CHURCH IS
; HOPE ST., NEAR NINTH. **
REV. WM. HORACE DAY, D. D., Past* j
11 a. m.. the pastor will preach. Mr. W,M
Cooper will render a tenor solo. * S
7-45 p. m.. Dr. Day will speak on "Ye IP
Be' Born Again. What Is the New B'rt"^,
■■ ' ■' ' ' '' ' '•' ■ '—'-f\
Immanuel ' Presbyterian Church
Corner Flgueroa and Tenth sts. Rev. iW>
K. Walker. D. D., pastor. The pastor »
* preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. tomonj-*
Morning ■ subject, "Estrangement and ■»»■:
Strange God." • Evening subject, "Returns*
by the Right Gate." Bible school, 9:30 a.»
■ C _. societies, .3:00, -4:00 and 6:15 P.m. *».
- arc cordially Invited^ „ ■ . U*i,
I Broadway Christian Churcl j
.' ' Opposite the court house. '' f 1
■ Bible school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching al'
* in. by B. V. Coulter, minister, and at t»
n' m. by John C. Hay, associate mini*
L Communion following the morning disco*
Young People's meeting, 1:30 p. m.. Welof»;
_■»• ••■•■•- -■>■'•■' — -m
GET ACQUAINTED SOCIETY, 717'/. Ejffe
■ Ninth st., near corner San Pedro st. Buffi
/ forenoon lecture, 11 o'clock. - r . by supir 1*
president Free class ' lecture. ■ "Orat#l;
Sunday evening. 6:16 o'clock. Tolstoi JS
mortal mass meeting. Sunday evening, l*V
Special program; several speakers, Cluhh^J;
open • dally, 1028 Wall street. ' 11-fr^
Los Angeles Fellowship'!
Reynold E. Blight, MinisW
II a. m., service at Hlanchard ' hall, 2J=g
' Br6ndway.' • Subject, , "Why Young W4
Go Wrong.". Good music. .' All scats fr««S
LADIES' TAILORING ,
S. ZINKO. THE LADIES' TAILOR. OPERA
coats, riding habits, etc. 466 8. Bdwy. R. 1-3
,m «- 9-l-6mo
"~ i ~
\'-{ MANICURING
BURT TOILET PARLORS. MANICURINd A
specialty; hrs. 10-10. 316 8. Bdway., room 8.
• rZ'>.i 11-16-lmo
MOTORCYCLES
TIRES PUT ON BABY CARRIAGES.
OSTERLOH'S MOTORCYCLE • RHPAIR
SHOP, Twelfth and San Pedro Hts.
__ : Home Phone 229J±^___Vl-J____
OPTICIANS *
J. P. DELANY. 309 S. SPRINO. ESTAB
llshed 16 yrs. Glasses guaranteed 2
—t—
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
PAINTING. PAPER HANOING. TINTING,
decorating. Estimates; wall paper, paints.
J. A. LINNEY & CO.. 813 W. Third
Bdwy. 1768. F3260. 11-"-"
—NEALE A BONNELL—
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Sunset 8597. """"u-..".
i~" ROOFING
ROOFINO AND BUILDING PAPER. BEST
grade. Closing out, half price. 3903 GRIF
FITH AYE. South 4163. I 11-6-tf
Roof Repairing, Main 2426;
F6516. CAll ROOFING A SUPPLY CO
411 E. Seventh. ;,,;': - l_j___
WB FIX ROOFS TO STAY FIXED.
Chimney cleaning and repairing. MON
MERT CO.. 1613 W. Pico. West 6886, 62567
STANDARD ROOFINO AND REPAIR CO.,
repairs any kind of leaky roofs, city or
country. Bdwy 2746. 626. S. * LOWER ST.
SANITARIUMS
THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAI. ■■-■'-
Exclusively for women and children. Best
equipped and homelike hospital In the city
for confinement cases. Terms to suit -1245
SOUTH FLOWER. F4134. «-»-tf
SCALP TREATMENT AND ALCOHOL
rubs, room 16, Gladstone hotel, 128 West
Fifth and 606t_ South Main. Hours, »»•«"•
to 9:30 p. m. U-l»-tt
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
Success shorthand institute -
World's Record Bystem. 827-37 H. W. n Hell
man Bldg. 11-H-tI
~ STATUARY
INTERNATIONAL STATUARY COMPANY-
Garden Interior, statues, vases, fountains,
' 1322 WEST SEVENTH STREET. 11-13-lmo
BJORAGE .'/f (
LARGE PRIVATE, LOCKED IRON ROOMS
for furniture, etc; 31-60 and 12 per month.
Trunks, - boxes, etc., 3250 to 60c; open vans,
36 per day or 760 per hour. We pack and
ship household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. __ __ •
COLYEAR'S VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
Offices 509-11 S. Main st. Warehouse 416-17
Ban Pedro at. Phones F3171; Main 1117.
- , ■ l-25-tf
/ TAILORING
WANTED— TO HAVE THEIR OWN
clothes made for 112 a suit during No
_vernher l 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. 31414 S. BROADWAY.
) 11-18-1 mo
PRINTING
THE GERMAIN PRESS, COMMERCIAL
printers. 846 SANTEE ST. Main 6990.
• • 11-15-lmo
(JHURCH NOTICES
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
Flower St., between Ninth and Tenth. Uni
versity or W. Ninth st. cars. -E. Stanton
Hodgln. minister. Subject for Sunday morn
ing, Nov. 27. 'The Sin of the Census." Sun
day school and Young People's class at 10.
n-26-:t
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2. or 7 Insertions for th*
price cf 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
PENIEL HALL, 327 S. MAIN-NOON PRAY
er meeting dally; gospel meeting every
night. ■ ; 9-1-tf
LOST AND FOUND— .-i^y'y^
LOST—DIAMOND RING AND RUBY RING,
tied in a handkerchief; lost' In city; Under
return to 1114 MISSION ROAD and receive
reward*. ' U-36-lt
Bt INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
lor the price of 2, or 7 Insertions tor the
prlc* of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
\ 11-1-tt
JJRESSMAKINQ— ;'■.'■ SCr
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. <
U-l-tf
LAST SEASON'S SUITS AND COATS
made' over and remodeled. Orders taken
for gowns. ROOM 408 HAMBURGER
BLDO. 11-SO-7t
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-.';, _X-U/f
LAWYER'S ADVICE FREE
Suite 836 H. W. Hellman Bldg.. Fourth and
'„. .. , Spring.' s . ...-■ <~ V:
General practice of law ln all Its branches.
Civil and criminal cases conducted In all
courts. Charges moderate. Conndentlal.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION— '
SAVE - MONEY. YOUR ADVT. THREB
■ times for the price of two. or seven times
for the pr:cs of five. If prepaid. ■ 11-1-tf
MACHINERY—
SAVE MONEY! YOUR . ADVT. THREE
times for the price of two, or seven times
for the price of Aye. If prepaid. U-l-tf
MININO— -___^.
SAVE MONEYI YOUR ADVT. - THREE
times for the price of two, or seven time*
for the price of five. If prepaid. 11-1-tf
A 3 TIME AD FOR THE PRICE OF 3, OR
7 Insertions for the price of 6. Ask the
HERALD Counter Man. 0-4-sun-tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1910.
rJO LET—Rooms, Furnished
• Hotel-Seville.
-,' '«- 782-734 SOUTH FLOWER ST.
One of ths finest family hotels in tbe elty.
Newly furnished throughout: steam heat,
hot and cold water; electrio lights; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
% Phones Main 1613: F6633. 4-1-tf
;''The St. Regis
Housekeeping apartments. £37 8. Flower St.
Main 2290, A 7336. Near business ' center: at
tractive building, porches, room phones, clean,
nicely furnished apartments, 612 to 830; single
rooms 12.50 to $4.60 weekly, 39.60 to 118 monthly;
no children. . . . ■ 11-1-tf
8-HOOM, 2-STORY HOUSE, WELIj FUR
nlshed; furnace, Ruud hot water heater, 2
bathrooms; very pretty surroundings; West
Adams car. 2222 JULIET ST. Phone West
243. 11-26-3
HOTEL FEDORA
V 125 13. Second St.
< Steam heat, hot and cold water In each
room; best rooms In city for the money.
•"insertions OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the pricey of 3, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter' man.
U-l-tt
TO LET—NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM FOR
gentleman. Fiat C. 230 N. OLIVE ST..
near Temple. 11-34-3t
TO LET-BEAUTIFUL ROOMS. HIGH Lo
cation; fine lawn, trees, 416 N. Broadway.
11-17-lmo
/ .
'£0 LET—Rooms and Board
3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 3, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
U-l-tt
HOTEL SOUTHERN—BEST FAMILY Ho
tel In the city. Home 51640. Seventh
and Westlake aye. Bdwy. 9055. 10-30-lmo
'JO LET—Housekeeping Rooms
» INSERTIONS OF A 111-It W.I) WANT AD
for the price of 3, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man
10-12-tt
r*
XO LET—Ap't'a., Fur, and Unfur.
HOUSEKEEPING
APARTMENTS
Famished Complete, $8 to (60 Month. .
TOO happy families live In our apartments.
VENTILATION. CLEANLINESS. HOME
LIKE EFFECTS are unexcelled.
T. WIESENDANGER, ,
• Owner and Operator.
Rental Department, Rooms 311-11. IST ».
Broadway.
Branch Offloe, 1017 W. First St.
10-4-tt
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
TO) LETHouses, Furnished
FOR RENT-
S-ROOM COTTAGE
COMPLETE FURNISHED.
Barn and chicken corral: close In; lawn
and flowers; Instantaneous heater In bath,
room; 150 a month. Including water and
telephone. 1441 ALBANY, between Pico
and Sixteenth st. , > 11-19-7t
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD
want columns. ■ 10-8-tt
TO LET—Houses, Unfurnished -; .•>
THE 810 GREEN PADDED VANS FOR
moving. "They know how." Fireproof
storage for household goods. L. A.
WAREHOUSE CO. SAVES WORRY. 31*
Commercial st. Main 306. A 8727.
10-16-tf
TO LET — $27.60. 8-ROOM MODERN
house, 1163 W. THIRTY-SEVENTH PL.
Phone 21617. „ . / 11-81-St
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD
.' want columns. 10-8-tf
FOR RENT—CONVENIENT 6-ROOM COT
tage. close In. 719 STEWART ST. 11-26-2t
TO Storerooms
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
TO LET— Unfurnished
\ INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
U-l-tt
TO LET—Flats, Furnished
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. ; 10-8-tt
TO LET—Offices
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns.. 10-8-tt
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE
FOR EXCHANOE OR 40-ACRES OF
rich Yuma valley land; 30 acres in cultiva
tion this year; house and well; nine miles
southwest of Yuma, Ariz.; price J4OOO, mort
gage 1700. Want residence ln ■ Los Angeles.
Plenty of water for Irrigation; U. *. R. 8.
Good 10-room house, all modern conveni
ences, near Grand aye. on 28th st. Want
ranch near Los Angeles or Santa Ana. See
McCOY r>.<
-446. Chamber of Commerce Bldg. .
Main 5902, F1468. • ■ . 11-26-St
WE 'WORK WONDERS WITH TRADES.
■Try us. STACY, 304 Fay bldg. 11-12-eod-tt
]?OR EXCHANGE—
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, IF PRE
pald, your ad three times for the price
of two, or seven times for the price of
five. .-,.-■ • n-t-tt
1 CAN MATCH ANY EXCHANGE; WHAT
have you? DU BOSE, 701 Gross* Bldg.
FU67. 10-M-tt
PATENTS AND PATENT AOENtI
Send for "Our ' Special Letter on, Patent."
MARTELL &> COMPANY,
American and foreign patents, j -
:•' 632-633. Germain Bldg. F4761. I
Just ' opened our patent sales bureau.
Have you a patent to sell?
■ i... . ,'- 11-20-7t
PIONEER PATENT 'AGENCY, HAZARD A
STRAUSE. ESTABLISHED S3 YEARS.
American and foreign patents secured and
trademarks registered. PATENT LITIGA
TION. 639 Citizens National Bank Building,
'Third and Main. Horn- A 1493: Main 2623.
: PATENT BOOK FREE. . ■ ,- 2-3-tt
J. 8. ZERBE. SOLICITOR. UNITED STATES
and foreign ; patents; 40 years' experience.
622-3 STIMSON BLDO., Third and Main.
Phone A 6344. ' IW-t.
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
tries. A. H. LIDDERS. patent lr.wyer and
solicitor. 112 Am. Bank bldg.. 2d and Spring.
V ... : 10-16-tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-.
": : Cafds':sl.oo; Per ■ 1000
• Other printing In proportion. HARRINGTON,
Printer. 1384 3. Spring. Al4OO. H-22-tf
WILL MAKE YOU MONEY: LARGE COR
ner at harbor reduced to 33100; owner needs
money; 81350 ■ cash, balance 0 per . cent.
STACY. 304 Fay bldg. F2115. 10-7-eod-tf
FOR BALE—SHOE SHOP WITH I.HM!
'«"«>•■ Inquire 823 W. Third st. 11-26-3
FOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, Es
tablished 12 year*. 60S W. PICO. 11-11-7.
POR SALE—Country Property
WE HAVE
SUBDIVIDED
160 ACRES
ADJOINING LE GRAND,
Merced County, Cal., which we
are selling in ten-acre tracts at
$1.00 DOWN
$1.00 PER MONTH
PER ACRE
PRICE $100 PER ACRE
and only 5 per cent on deferred
payments, payable annually. In
other words, you will have
100 MONTHS
to pay for this land, or about
eight years' time. Any one fa
miliar with California lands will
tell you that Le Grand land is
the very best in California, free
from alkali or hardpan, with
abundance of cheap water.
ALSO REMEMBER
that this land will oay interest
for grain and is ideal orange, fig,
alfalfa, vines, or, in fact, any
thing can be raised on this land
that will grow anywhere. Beau
tiful high school, and walking
distance from station makes this
an ideal place to live, being near
the foothills; in fact, it is located
practically the same as Holly
wood, so far as natural surround
ings are concerned. This land
ought to be worth $500 per acre
by the time your last payment
comes due.
GEO. J. SHOENHAIR
376 Wilcox Bldg.
Phone A 2334. \ .
11-26-3t
"We
have just subdivided another tract of our
large land holdings west of Ducor, Tulare
county, Into 20, 40 and 80 acre pieces.
This land Is located close to railroad, end
at the very low price we are offering
same lt Is bound to doubly ln value in a
very short time. W "
This land under dry farming ha* pro
duced from 20 to 80 bushels of grain an
acre per year, and under irrigation will
produce from 7 to 10 tons of alfalfa an
acre per year. , We not only recommend
this as a good alfalfa proposition, but our
land also grows to perfection all kinds of
fruits and vegetables. An unlimited sup
ply of pure water can be had for Irriga
tion purposes at a depth of 20 to 30 feet.
The electric power line runs along our
tract, and either electric motors or gaso
line engines are used for pumping.
The price of our land runs from $50 to
$75 per acre. On 20 acre* of our $50 land
we can make you terms of $100 cash and
the balance at the rate of $20 per month.
On the $60 and $65 land we can make you
terms of $160 cash and the balance at the
rate of $25 per month. On the $75 land
we oan make you term* of $350 cash and
the balance at the rate of $80 per month.
Our regular excursion leaves Wednes
day evening, at which time we have a
rate of $5 for the round trip, Including
sleeper. No tickets sold after Wednesday
noon, so make • your reservation early.
PACIFIC FRUIT AND ALFALFA LAND
CO., 718 Delta bldg., 426 S. Spring st.
11-26-4t
WILL BUILD. -
FOR YOU -
|| AT .;'
INOLEWOOD ;
BUNQALOW >y
.PARK/.
On terms of one-tenth cash and one per
Cent a month, you select your lot and the
plan of the house you want built. This
offer Is open for a short time only—so don't
delay If you want a brand new, up-to-date
house on a large lot; 100x180 feet, to 20-foot
alley, supplied with gas, electricity, water
and telephone service. These term* are In
clusive of house and lot. If the purchase
price of the house and lot you selected were
$2600 you would pay $250 cash and $25
monthly. _>.:'.
Inglewood Land Company .
.'; ■ 349 Wilcox Building
) 2d and Spring Streets
Tract office Lockhart Station
11-24-3
5 Acres
' FOR v/.
' $10001
-. -At Richfield /I
, - * ■. ..''■-,'
50 minutes from Los Angeles.
Fine soil. Will ' raise anything.
Plenty of water/
Will give terms.
.
Jacob Stern
404 Pacific Electric, Building
- ,- . 11-2«-3t
H ■-'•■*;-■ BIGGEST BARGAIN
ORANGE COUNTY
twelve acres
All Nice, Level Land,
ADJOINING THE CITY' OF ANAHEIM,
READY TO BE SET TO VALENCIA OR
ANGES. ALL ..•■,.
-* ' FOR $3600 ■ -V^
ON VERY EASY TERMS. FIRST COME.
FIRST SERVED. DON'T MISS THIS, AS
YOU CAN EASILY DOUBLE YOUR
MONEY IN A VERY SHORT TIME.
GEO. J. SHOENHAIR
376 WILCOX BLDG.
Phone A 2334. -„■••,. ______
FOR" SALE— -"ACRES OF- FINE SANDY
loam land on the Whlttier car line, 20
minutes from Sixth and Main; land worth
3800 per acre. Will sell the two acres for
$1000 cash.
; ERIKSON & CO. ;
Room 1 Severance Bldg., 103 W. Sixth St.
Ground Floor. ' .
F2374, Bdwy. 8182. - 11-26-31
■ '
3 INSERTIONS OF A'HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for .the
nrlce ~t 6. Ask Ths Herald counter roan. ■
/...,.'- ■•,.-,!•■- U-l-tf
pOR SALE—Country Property j
LOOKUP
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
10-H-ll
POR SALE—House*
FOR SALE—
New and Beautiful
Six and Seven-Room
BUNGALOWS
On Pacific Avenue
HOLLYWOOD
These houses have very artistic exterior*.
INSIDE ARRANGEMENT THE BEST.
Having beamed ceilings, paneled walls, built
in buffet, leaded glass door, plate glass mir
rors, cabinet kitchen, large closet room, light
and airy bedrooms, hardwood floors In two
rooms, electric light fixtures the very best,
pressed brick mantels—in fact, the houses
are just as cozy as could be made.
ATTENTION
$100 DOWN $100 DOWN
Balance Like Rent '„:
For the next few days we have decided to
make special terms on these properties, If
you want a bargain, now Is the time to se
cure one of the most ideal homes ever offered
for the money In Los Angeles. These at
tractive bungalows are located in the trend
of the rapidly growing residential part of
the city. Near good car service. Street
work, gas, sidewalks, trees and lawns al
ready In.
Come and see these houses. Agent will
be on the tract. Take Hollywood or Laurel
Canyon car and get off' at Gardner st. Go
one block north.
See
INVESTMENT BUILDING CO.,
1008 Stery Bldg. 11-16-tf
for iTL-T
High-Class Bungalows
ONLY $250 DOWN
BALANCE LIKE RENT
Handsome 6 and 7 room, strictly modern,
new bungalow; large lot that commands an
uninterrupted view of the surrounding hills
and mountain cement porch and steps,
large veranda, waxed oak and maple floors
throughout; woodwork In Flemish oak finish;
dainty living room, with built-in seats and
bookcases, handsome brick mantel and
lighting fixtures equal In elegance and de
sign to those found ln $8000 residences; built
in buffet 8 feet wide; leather paneling In
living room and dining room; an Ideal
French kitchen, equipped with cupboards,
floor bins and drawers; screen porch aud
laundry tray; bat.-, with lavatory and con
veniently built-in dressing case; bedrooms
alio have built-in dressers, large beveled
-plate glass mirror; latest sanitary plumbing;
hardwood in bedrooms, bath and kitchen
white enamel; in fact, every one of It*
rooms has new and Interesting features,
and the living rooms are so cozily arranged;
gas, electric lights, lawn and shade trees
also In. These house- have been carefully
built by day labor and are delightful homes.
You will agree with me It you see them.
See
OWNER
611 N. New Hampshire
Heliotrope drive car to Clinton ay*.; go
/ east two blocks.
Ba-Su-tt
> $1000
$25 cash, $10 per month; new bungalow, 4
large rooms, bathroom, attractive cabinet
kitchen, light, airy bedrooms, long front
porch I with brick columns, screen porch;
lot 50x130 to alley; 6c yellow car; school
and churches.
P. H. RITCHEY
641 S. Main. Main 2976. -
11-24-26
INVEST IN
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
io-u-t«
'■ FOR SALE-REASONABLE; SEVEN-ROOM
house,' furnished, convenient and improved.
See owner at 138 N. TOLUCA ST. Phone
, Temple 412. -•'--.■.... 11-26-3
FOR SALE—REASONABLE; FIVE-ROOM
house at 935 Stanford aye. See owner at 138
N. TOLUCA ST. Phone Temple 412. 11-26-3t
FOR CHEAP, A MODERN, 6-ROOM
house; flne location; good mountain view.
Tel. No. East 1032. 11-20-7t
SELL THAT HOUSE, LOT OR RANCH AT
small expense through a Herald want ad,
■ 11-2-tt
pOR SALE— Lots and Lands
' -The City '. \ I
INGLEWOOB
- That Grows '
LAST YEAR 1000
THIS YEAR 2000
GET IN AND RIDB WITH US.
10-10-tt
GO AND SEE
INGLEWOOD . BUNGALOW
PARK 0^
s 10-12-tt
VAN NESS AVENUE SQUARE
WILSHIRE BOULEVARD DISTRICT
Lots $1750.
Branch office, Fifth and Wilton place.
the McCarthy company.
11-22-eod-3t
I HAVE THE BEST LOT OUT WILSHIRE
boulevard way for the money—and I need
the money. J. McINTOSH, corner Fifth and
Wilton place, or phone In evening 51723.
. 11-22-eod-3t
pOR SALE—lncome Property
HOME AND INCOME -
• 8-ROOM HOUSE
ALMOST NEW—GOOD 4-ROOM COTTAGE.
VACANT GROUND FOR ANOTHER, FINE
LARGE CORNER LOT, NOW RENTING
FOR $39 MONTHLY. WILL SELL FOR
$6500, ONE-THIRD-CASH. BALANCE NOT
LESS THAN $10 MONTHLY, INCLUDING
, INTEREST. 7 PER CENT. PROPERTY IN
GOOD CONDITION. ON YELLOW CAR
' LINE, HIGH GROUND AND PROSPEC
TIVE BUSINESS SECTION.
THEODORE G. FITCH.
124 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
MAIN 5018. "' l - I .. i '., t
pOR Suburban Property
• ACRE LOTS—BOUTH CITY. WHERE BIG
shops are planned. Cross country car
! line. $10 down, $10 month. C. F. ELLIS.
»*. H. W. Hellman bldg. A 7656. Main
1868. "-"-"
BELL THAT HOUSE. LOT OR RANCH AT
small expense through a Herald want ad
- - 11-3-tf
pOR SALE— Property _y " }
FOR SALE-OIL STOCKS. BEST STOCK
proposition on the market. Today 10c; De
: cember 1 25c; January 1 60c. Get busy;
buy today. Write OIL AGENT, 137 East
buy today. Write OIL AGENT. 137 W.
Sixteenth st., Los Angeles. c"al- 11-26-3
\ POR SALE—ReaI Estate. Unciass'fd
' "GLORIOUS KOOTENAY," BRITISH COL
' umbla No Irrigating; delightful climate;
fruit farms. $10 to $80 per acre; e.%sy terms.
Free booklet, etc. INVESTORS' TRUST *
MORTGAGE CORPORATION, LTD.. 134
Hastings St., W.. Vancouver. B. C. 11-6-lmo
1 pOR SALE—Government Land j
BAVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREH
times for th* price of two, or seven time*
for ths price of five, II prepaid. U-l-tf
POR SALE—Business Property
BUY A HOME IN
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
10-U-tf
LOT 50x125. BUSINESS CORNER; WORTH
$1500. Will sacrifice for 31100 cash.
One block from ear line; close In.
DOW-SMITH COMPANY
418 Mason Bldg. 11-19-7t |
A 8 TIME AD FOR THE PRICE OF 3, OH
I Insertions for the price of 5. Ask the ;
HERALD Counter Man.
pOR SALE—Hotels, Lodging Houses
FOR- SALE—I6-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE,
fine location, lease. $950 If taken this (
week. Call 624 S. GRAND AYE.
■ 11-17-tf|
pOR SALE—Orange Groves j
SAVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREE I
times for the price of two. or seven times
for the price of live. If prepaid^ U-l-tl
VISIT
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
10-12-tt
I I
POR SALE—Stocks and Bonds
OIL, MINING AND INDUSTRIAL COM
panles desiring to raise capital write at
once for our literature. Insure the prin
cipal- of the Investor and your stock
should sell. GRANITE SECURITIES
COMPANY, fifth floor Bradbury bldg..
Los Angeles. Cal. 10-29-lmo
SAVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREE
times for the price of two, or seven times
for the price of live. lt_prepald. U-l-tt
POR SALE—Furniture ■ XX.^
"ToFsale"
AT A BARGAIN
A quarter-sawed oak desk and
two oak office chairs. Good as
new.
$25
For desk and chairs.
Call atyj'V
O. M. NEWBY
Room 252 Wilcox Building
. j 11-15-14t
BAVE MONEYI YOUR ADVT. THREB
times for the price of two, or seven times
for the price of five. If prepaid^ U-l-tl
pOR Poultry, Birds, Dogs
BIRDLAND
Offers the largest selection of genuine Im
ported roller and warbling canaries, English
fancy canaries, sky larks, goldtlnches, bull
finches and all kinds of aviary birds, pet
stock, goldfish, aquaria, cages, seeds, foods
and remedies of all kinds.
Take Central avenue cars to Pico street,
or Hooper avenue cars to Central avenue.
Cataloguo free. y
L. M. GRIDER
1301-11 Central aye. Los Angeles, Cal.
Visitors Welcome.
Tel. Sunset Main 3451.
11-24-8
FOR SALE—YOUNG LLEWELLYN SET
ter dogs, 4 months old, from held brok
en stock. F. H. TAYLOR/918 West 60tb
street. . ■. -.i 3-9-tf
BEAUTIFUL CANARY BIRDS. ALL KINDS
and prices. Phone TEMPLE 412. 11-jfrjt
POR SALE—Live Stock
FOR SALE—HORSE AND BUGGY; MARE.
7 years old, suitable tor solicitors or route
work; god traveler and In good condition;
will sell reasonable. 1933 E. FIRST. Phone
Boyle 427. !_____
3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
pOR SALE—Musical Instruments
A. Q. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON ST. Pi-
MO* sold, rented, toned; very low rates.
l-li-tt
POR SALE—Miscellaneous (
FOR SALE-SCHOLARSHIP TO THE INTER
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
(ANY SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND
THE DE CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC.
CALL ROOM 4, 111H S. SPRING ST., OR
PHONE MAIN 8692. „ 11-5-tf
FOR SALE — COUNTERS, SHELVING.
SHOWCASES, WALL CASE, COFFEE
MILLS, CASH REGISTERS and b'TOHB
FIXTURES OF ALL KINDS; CHEAP
EST PLACE IN THE CITY. WE BUI
AND SELL. 216 E. 4TH ST. 10-30-tf
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, IF PRE
i paid, your ad three times for the price of
two, or seven ' time* for the price of
five. H-3-tf
FOR SALE— GOOD SECOND-HAND UP
right piano- at 1038 INGRAHAM ST. Your
price takes it. 11-11-tf
CASH PAID FOR FEATHERS
$427 S. MAIN. Phone 24913, 8. 6364. 11-2-lmo
FOR SALE-FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANDERSON. 394 S. Los Angeles st. 6-15-tf
PERSONALS, BUSINESS—
MORPHINE
OPIUM, COCAINE
and all drug habits cured at home by the
most remarkable remedy ever discovered.
No hypodermic Injections; no pain. A cure
or no pay. Call or write SO. CAL. CHEM
ICAL CO., 202 ._ S. Broadway, rooms 205-206,
Los Angeles. » .-10-tt
PERSONAL-DR. H. Y. McNAUGHT HAS
REMOVED HIS OFFICES 'IO SUITE Wl
BUMILLER BLDG., 430 S. xiROADVVAf.
HOURS, 10-12 AND 3-6. 10-30-lmo
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
FULL INFORMATION OF THE DIVORCE
laws of Nevada, Arlsona and other states
free. Address BOX 677, Goldfleld, Nev.
11-16-lmo
MRS. MASSON. THE NOTED LONDON
pslmlst, 322 B. SPRING, over Owl drug
store, ______ U-38-tt
AUTOMOBILES— y-
OWING TO CHANGED CONDITIONS
I will sell at a sacrifice. If for cash, or
will trade for good clear lot. my new 1911
touring car. Oar worth $2500. will take
or pay cash difference.
J. RUSSELL,
8003 Dalton. Phone 72877 between 6 and
7 p. m. U-36-3t
~ WILL TRADE MY EQUITY
In new 7-room house for good touring
car. Property easily worth $4500. Mori
gage $2800. > ...
C E. LEWIS. Bdwy. 1512.
11-26-31
HAVE YOU AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE,
for exchange or otherwise? Then use THB
HERALD'S classified automobile columns.
"° 10-14-tf
HAIR DRESSERS--
$ INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for th* price of 2, or 7 insertion* for the
price of 5. ,Ask The Herald countw man.
' U-i-U
I Schools and Colleges
' >
Summer
School
College of Fine
Arts, U. S. C.
All Branches Fine and
Applied Arts.
Catalog on Request
W. L. Judson
Dean
Vm. __Jj
Throop
Academy"
PASADENA—A Polytechnic high school—,
Shop Work, Home economics, New Dormi
tory. Send for catalogue.
-,5/w* * 953-5-7 W. Seventh
*ffitXf*____?___%. Pt. Both Phones.
Ej/r^ Jos. W. H. Camp.
COMMERCIAL ___—_
COLLEGE "*'
Fall term now In progress. Dally en
rollments. Free catalogue. Night
classes ln bookkeeping and shorthand.
10-7-:t
German, English
Shorthand
By experienced teacher. Terms moderate.
730 W. Slst st. Phone Bouth 4433.
[email protected]_im^
Leader Since 1884.
Fifth Floor Hamburger Bldg., Los Angeles.
Catalog—B7th Year. FlBBO. Main 8805.
FOR BALE—SCHOLARSHIP TO THE INTER
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
(ANY SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND
THE DE CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC.
CALL ROOM 4, 113 - S. SPRINO ST., OR
PHONE MAIN 8633. ■ 11-5-tt
"TUTORING OR READING
English, languages, literature, class or In
dividual. Highest credentials. BOX 77.
HERALD. 10-16-sun-wed-sat-7t
WANTED—STUDENTS, (3 MONTH "GREGG''
shorthand, bookkeeping, banking, day or
night. Positions. NATIONAL BUSINESS
COLLEGE, 503 Cham. Com. H-l-3-lmo
THE PARMELEE FIRB DID NO DAMAGH
to the property of the Rowel) School; all
grades .and high school studies. Including
German. 720 & BROADWAY. 10-23-tt
BOYNTON NORMA!, PREPARES DECEM
ber county examinations; grammar certifi
cate; enter now. 525 STIMSON BLOCK.
Broadway 1919; AlB4O. 9-3-tt
3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions tor the
price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
alogue describing bookkeeping and short
hand? Y. M. C. A. 6-12-tt
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE. 413
W. Fifth st. E. E. SHRADER, Ph. D..
president since 1890. 10-27-tC
BROWNSBEROER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.
953-7 W. SEVENTH. Send for catalogue.
8-19-tf
MONEY TO LOAN-.
MONEY TO LOAN
330,000 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 ASB.7; Main 5474. 10-.-tt
PRIVATE MONEY, « AND 7 PER CENT.
NO DELAY. ON CITY OR COUNTRY
PROPERTY; STRAIGHT BUILDING
LOANS. LOCKHART Sc SON, 301 H. W.
HBLLMAN BLDG. Main 1410; A 7552.
10-39-lmo
WANTED—MONEY. WANT 110,000 ON CULT
edge city real estate. W. A. ROBERTS
REALTY CO., 126 S. Broadway. Ground
floor Chamber of Commerce bldg. F6524.
Main 459. 10-8-tt
MONEY TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO.. 411 O. T.
Johnson Bldg. 3-14-tt
R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDO.".
will loan you what you need on real es
tate, -stocks and bonds. Building loans a
specialty. 6-9-tt
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, IF PRE
paid, your ad three times for the price ot
of two, or seven times for the price ot
five. ■ H-*-'*
MONEY TO LOAN— VALUB ON
diamonds, watches, pianos, furniture, stor
age receipts. G. V. THOMAS, 711 B. Broaa-<
way. 10-30-tt
TO LOAN SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Henne bldg. 10-4-tf
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY UN
til you see me. V. A. NEWTON, 708 O. .T.
Johnson bldg. _'■■>.' - . 11-t-tt
$500 TO 310.000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. L. O'BRIEN' & CO., Jefferson and Main.,
6-9-tf
SPECIAL NOTICES— w^
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,
328-9 Security Bldg., Fifth and Spring.
U-13-tt
THE PASADENA TOURNAMENT OF ROSES
association is open for bids for concessions
at Tournament park, January 2, 1911. Ad
dress all - communications to ASSISTANT
SECRETARY, Tournament of Roses Asso
ciation. Pasadena, Cal. , . 11-19-7t
DR. JAS. J. LEGGETT, SUROEON-CHIROP
odlst (formerly with Hamburger's) moved
to suite 703 O. T. JOHNSON BLDG., at
Broadway, corner Fourth. 11-_O-7t
WANTED—LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAIN 3597; F6936. «-33-12 mo
CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OF CAR
rava paint. 31.60 per gallon. SHEEHAN'S.
900 S. Broadway. . 6-16-tf
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 3, or 7 insertions for the
price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
™ FURNITURE REPAIR WORK n..1
FURNITURE REPAIR WORK
Cane and rush seating, upholstering and
reflnlshlng. 34387. BDWY. 4833. 11-U-tf
LEGAL NOTICES—
The annual stockholders' meeting of the
Western Pacific Development Co, will bs held
at the company's office, Brentwood Park. Los
Angeles county, Cal., on December 6, 1910. to
-li five directors and transact other business,
.1. B. > MULLEN, Secretary.
„.;,-'.'■'. 11-jg-iot
PHYSICIANS—
DR. C. C. I/v-»w, «*-.»... j_> Grant Bldg. u
8-13-tt
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