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DRINK AND SMOKE
BREAK THE RECORD
Revenue Figures Show 33,000,
--000 Gallons Increase in Sale
of Intoxicating Liquors
1 BILLION MORE CIGARETTES
Bureau Says Illicit Disti ling Is
Growing Under Statewide
Prohibition
I Asxieiatrrl IT' I I
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 27.—The
United States lias just passed through
a banner year for drinks, smokes and
oleomargarine. Here is the nation's
record for the twelve months ended
June 30, as it shows in the- figures of
the internal revenue bureau:
Distilled spirits, 163,000,000 gallon."—
30,000,000 gallons more than the year
Fermented liquors, 59,485,111 barrels—
an increase of 3,000.000.
Cigars, 7,GU0,000,000—160,000,000 more
than in 190y.
Cigarettes, 6,300,000,000—a billion in-
Plus?, finecut, cube rut. granulated
or sliced smoking or chewing tobacco
or snuff, 402,000.000 pounds—Just 4,000,
--000 more than the year before.
Oleomargarine, 141.862.252 pounds—
50,000,000 pounds increase.
Illicit distilling of moonshine whisky
—on the increase, "especially," the bu
reau says, -where there are state-wide
prohibition laws."
The internal revenue receipts on nil
these things—and certain other things,
such as playing cards and mixed flour,
amounted to more than $289,000,000,
and Commissioner Cabell's organiza
tion collected it all at a cost of about
$5,000,000. It cost a penny and a little
more than seven mills to collect each
dollar. .
When the present year is ended next
June 30 Commissioner Cabell estimates
his men will have collected at least
$308,000,000 at practically the same cost.
Commissioner Cabell's report, speak
ing of illicit distilling, says Alabama,
Georgia, North Carolina nnd South
Carolina lead In offenses of that char-
Within the year officers closed 1911
plnnts, 200 more than last year.
While the manufacture of oleomar
garine has increased, the tax receipts
were disappointed. That is said to
be because a large proportion of the
oleomargarine is so made as to take
a lower tax than formerly.
Many prosecutions are under v.-ay
charging violation of the law, but
Commissioner Cabell declares he be
lieves they constitute only a small pro
portion of the real offenders.
PUGILIST MORAN WILL
PROBABLY GO ON STAGE
British Lightweight Who Knocked
Out Battling Nelson to
Leave for East
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 27.—Owen
Moran, the British lightweight, who
knocked out Battling Nelson in the I
eleventh round of their fight here yes- j
terday, will leave for the east Tuesday.
Moran today received several offers to
appear on the stags as the result of
his decisive victory over the former |
champion, and he probably will accept
one of the offers.
Charley Harvey, Monin's manager,
said today he wanted to have Moran
meet Ad Wolgast, and was willing to
wait until the champion was ready to
fight, but he did uot look with favor
upon the terms Wolgast announced j
last night—a guarantee of $12,5uu and ;
the right to name the refer
"It is ridiculous for Wolgast to talk
Of naming the referee," Bald Harvey, j
"It would kill the fight at the start, j
If he has a right to a 112,600 guarantee,
Moran has a right to »18,000, as Moran
is the greater drawing card now. The ■
game in not in such shape now that ;
guaranties of that kind cua be given."
Nelson got hold of Promoter Coffroth
today and wanted to get the next open
date for a light with Wolgast. Nelson i
insists he can beat the champion de- !
spite the knockout that Moran gavej
him yesterday. It If understood, how- i
ever, that the promoters here are not |
thinking at :<ll of putting Nelson into
the ring again at this til
STICKING TOGETHER
A bald-headed man approached Con
gressman Henry M. Goldf gle on Grand]
street yesterday.
"Mr. Goldfogle," lie said, "I am a
stranger to you, but I want to let you
know that 1 will vote to Bend you
back to Washington."
"Thank you."
"I want no thanks. But how lung
have you been bald?"
Mr. Goldfogle thought a moment.
"Since a boy, I guess." he replied.
"It's been the same with me, '
the stranger, sadly. "We bald-headed
jnen must stick together, and that's
why I'm going to vote for you." -Now
York •World.
PASADENA _CLASSIFi£_L)
HELP WANTED— FEMALE
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; tour In family; $33 per month. Ap
ply 312 Chamber of Contmerce, Pasadena,
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER IN PERFECT
order; cost $130; will Mil for $00. Call at 30
' WEST COLORADO ST., Pasadena. 11-27-2
FEATHER AND PONPON CLEANER
LEATHERS, HATBANDS, BOAS, PON
pons remade, wlllowed, cleaned, dyed,
curled. Low rates. expert work. MRS.
LOUISE RILLIEL'X, 1361 Morton avenue.
Main 711. 11-3-lmo
PASADENA BUSINESS COLLEGE
OLDEST AND BEST SCHOOL IN THE
city; now building, Individual Instruction,
positions guaranteed. Day and evening
iichool. Enroll today. 316 N. FAIR
OAKS. 9-27-tt
PASADENA CLEANERS & HATTERS
WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED.
79 NORTH RAYMOND WE. Works. 1:89
North Fair On aye. PHONE 3"55. 11 16-tf
PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL
MEN'S SEWED SOLES AND HEELS. Hi
ta^D..- j...0. 11l N. t'AIH OAKS AVH.
,ZT: , '"-I'M
NEWS FROM NEARBY CITIES
300 SIGN CHARTER FOR
NEW CARNIVAL ORDER
Meeting Called to Plan for Port
able Vaudeville in Gro
tesque Parade
PASADENA, Nov. 28.—Among the
names suggested for Pasadena's new
carnival club are Jovial Journeyman
Jesters, Mystic Knights of Pasa-
Jesters and Crown City Cutups. Of
ficers of the organization have i-sueil
a call for all citizens who have sug
gestlons as to appropriate names to i
submit them to the meeting tonight in
the iioard of trade rooms. It is :
planned to adopt a permanent name at
this meeting;.
Reports from the membership com
mittee of ten. together with individual
workers, Indicate that with today's
solii iting the charter membership will
pass the 800 mark. It is also an
nounced that all lists must be turned
in tonight in order to have the names |
entered on the charter roll.
The parade committee will offer for
adoption tonight a report on the pro
posed grotesque parade to be held on
the night of January 2, following the
annual (lower festival and chariot
races. It is planned to stage a "port
able" vaudeville, each float carrying
a separate act, with clowns and other ]
masked characters on foot between the
floats.
The parade will be so arranged that
stops will be made at intervals while
the performers on the Iloats amuse
the people on the sidewalks. It is
argued in favor of this rlan that each
person in the "audience" can remain
in one position while the show passes
by, each successive act stopping in the
same place as the parade passes.
GAME BETWEEN THROOP
AND ALAMEDA HIGH OFF
PASADENA, Nov. 28.—The proposed
football game between Alameda high j
school, interscholastic champions of
Northern California, and the Throop
academy team, which claims tho
Southern California championship, has
bei-n called off, according to advices re
ceived last evening by Coach Pelton
of the local team. The northern players
declare that the American game Is not
popular enough in that section to war
rant financing the match.
The Throop players have issued a
challenge to Santa Ana high school to
determine the disputed championship of
Southern California, the match to be
played on neutral grounds. Throop
claims the pennant on account of win
ning three out of five games and play
ing one tie game. Santa Ana lays claim
to the honors on the percentage basis,
having won two out of three games
played.
BANDMASTER TAKES CHARGE
PASADENA, Nov. . 28.—Director I
George Mulford, who last winter con- j
ducted ;i series of concerts with the |
Pasadena band, has again taken charga
of the local musicians lor the coming
season. Mulford declares that he has
an option on the services of the best
musical talent in Los Angeles in case
the local band is awarded the contract
fur the proposed municipal concerts this
winter.
MRS. CHARLES KNAPP DIES
PASADENA, Nov. 2S.—Mrs. Charles
Knapp died Saturday night at her
home, 55 West Green street. She was
32 years of age. Funeral services will
be held Tuesday afternoon at a o'clock
from the chapel of Ives, Warren &
Salisbury, the Rev. Dr. Fox officiating.
♦ « *
PASADENA PARAGRAPHS
PASADENA, Nov. 28.—A comic opera
will be staged toniglit and Tuesday
night at the Norton theater by local
society people for the benefit of the
Emergency league.
Captains and workers on the mem
bership committee of the Tournament
of Roses association will meet this
afternoon at the office of the secre
tary in the chamber of commerce
building to plan a whirlwind' finish
for the membership campaign.
Dr. Henry Sherry will address the
Young Women's Christian asbociatiun
this evening in the second of a se
ries of health talks for members of
the organization.
Thank offering services will be held
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In the
Nazarena church by Hester Griffith of
the W. C. T. U.
Funeral services for Mrs. Martha F.
Chapman, who died Friday at the a:«
of 74 years after a residence of ten
years in Pasadena, will be held this
afternoon at 2:"0 o'clock from her
late residence, 625 South Madison ave
nue. The Rev. Daniel Fox will of
ficiate. x
< » •
COUNTY ASSESSOR SCOTT
OF ORANGE DIES SUDDENLY
SANTA ANA, Nov. 27.— W. M. Scott,
county assessor, died this morning at
!i o'clock from heart failure. Ho hail
ill u>r about three months.
Scott was prominent In business, fra
ternal, church and political circles. Ho
Berved two terms as county recorder,
assessor. He was r^-eleeted without
Democratic opposition. His cam
: for the nomination was a dif
ficult one, and his friends say the
strenuous work of that period broke his
health.
funeral is to be held Tuesday.
Si ott's body was found by his Bister,
Mrs. Elizabeth Hammond, who heard
the noise caused by its fall.
TAKING IRRIGATION CENSUS
BAN BERNARDINO, Nov. 27.—Rob
ert C. Benson of the census bureau is
taking the irrigation census in South
ern California. He has worked the
territory near 1 akerstield and Fresno,
and is now interesting the irrigationists
in this section. The census will in
clude even email irrigating plants.
SHOT SERIOUSLY WOUNDS MAN
SAX BERNARDINO, Nov. 27.—Carina
Banchea shot and seriously wounded S.
Cortez at Declea at an early hour this
naorn rtes is in the hospital.
ganchi ted liy Under Sheriff
Ward and Constable Button of Coiton.
The men wen mi tnberi ot a Kroup of
Mexicans who had spent the night
drinking.
PLENTY OF GIRLS
"Yes, I've stopped drinking."
"I'll bet you did it to please some
girl."
••You win. It pleased four girls ex
tremely, and three others are mildly
gratified.
Khe i<|iSl 01 all education i« to be able
tv ditituiguluh Jieht irora ■wrong.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 28. 1910.
OLDER BOYS' CONGRESS
ENDS 3 DAYS' SESSION
Association Secretaries and Di
rectors Fill Several Long
Beach Pulpits
LONG BEACH, "Nov. 27.—The Older
Boys' conference program was carried
out today according to the plans, and
all meetings were said to have been
well attended and highly enjoyable.
Th place of the next conference will
nut be decided until about next May.
Most of the delegates will leave for
their homes tomorrow morning, al
■ though some returned late tonight.
The secretaries of the associations
represented at the conference will re-
I main, however, for an all morning scs
i sion tomorrow, which will begin at 8 |
! and adjourn at noon. The results of
[ the meetings of the last three days
i will be discussed. The secretaries and
I directors who filled local pulpits this
| morning were: Howard R. Games and ;
D. W. Keisner, Burnett Baptist churth; |
J. P. Hagerman and T. S. Caldwell, i
! United Presbyterian; 11. D. Cross and I
P. W. Douglas, Alamitos Methodist
Episcopal; Friends church, T. Y. Kern
and \V. D, Qoddard; English Lutheran,
j F. D. Luce and M. W. Ludilen; Baptist,
K. H. Emmett.
■» » *
POLICE THINK ACCUSED
THIEF IS THE WRONG MAN
LONG BEACH. Nov. 27.—Chief of
Police C. E. Moyer has received from
Ed ""». Moore, president of the Indi
anapolis, md., National bank, a letter
regarding the reported arrest of C. J.
Wagner of Spokane, Wash. Wagner
was arrested on suspicion of being the
man who perpetrated some robberies at
Occidental college, the Long Beach Y.
M. C. A. and other Christian associa
tion. He was arrested on a warrant
from Pasadena.
The Indiana banker writes that a
great injustice is being done if this is
the Charles J. Wagner who came west
from Indianapolis for his health about
two years ago, as he was a model
young man, being an employe of his
j bank nine years. Moore learned of the
arrest through newspaper clippings.
The police believe this is the man un
der arrest.
•-♦♦■
MONSTER CHEESE RECEIVED
BY LONG BEACH GROCER
Fromage Is Made of 12-780
Quarts of Milk
LONG BEACH, Nov. 27.—A local
grocer has just received" at his estab
lishment in Pine avenue, between Sec
ond and Third streets, a cheese so
much bigger than any other ever
brought into Long Beach 1 that some
or his friends have questioned his good
judgment.
This cheese is a drum of the eastern
! full cream product, weighs 1350 pounds,
! is the product of 12,780 quarts of milk
! and required five men to lift it from
| the freight car in which It was car
ried. The grocer argues that the big
-1! ger the cheese the better it is, and
• | this fromage de bovine, he says, will
i j find a ready market in this city.
•-►♦ —
MAN SUFFERS STROKE OF
PARALYSIS ABOARD CAR
LONG BEACH, Nov. 27.^John H.
Herring, living at 2055 East Ocean
avenue, suffered a paralytic stroke this
afternoon aboard an electric car near
Alamitos bay.
Members of the police department
met the car on Ocean avenue with an
automobile and took the sufferer to
his home, where Dr. A. C. Sellery was
called to attend him. The stroke af
fected his right side.
LONG BEACH ITEMS
LONG BEACH, Nov. 27.—Mrs. Eliza
beth P. Matlock, 8a years old, a native
lof Pennsylvania, died today at 746
Magnolia avenue. She came here a
y.-ar ago. Two sisters who had come
I from the east to visit her were at her
[ bedside. The body will be taken to
\\ estchester county, l Ja., for burial.
Mrs. Susan Merrill, 43 yean old, a
native of Missouri, died last night at
I 1175 Linden avenue. She had lived
here six years. Her husband and three
children survive her.
An explosion of gas in a room up
i stairs in the house at 236 Locust aye
' nue, late this afternoon, set fire to
'< clothes and curtains in the room and
■ endangered the building. Mrs. Lil
lian Griswald, a middle-aged woman,
! attempted to nut out the fire and her
hands were burned severely.
ADMIRALTY WILL HASTEN
WORK ON GIANT DRY DOCK
Great Britain to Spend $500,000
at Portsmouth Plant
I.OXIiOX, Nov. 27.—The admiralty
have decided to start at once the
works nei essary for the installation in
Portsmouth harbor of the new giant
dock for super dreadnoughts, which is
now being constructed
The work consists of the building in
Fountain lake—the deep water creek
between the dockyard wall and Whale
island—of a number of huge dolphins
in lerrn concrete poling, to hold the
new dork In position and to control its
tidal rise and fall. In addition there
will hv a long steel viaduct running
from thi dockyard to the dock itself to
allow the passage of workmen and ma
terial for the repair of warships.
The amount of the contract is $500,
--000, at which figure 0 tender has been
accepted from John Jackson, lim
ited. The new works have to be com
bj September next, when the
new dock will arrive at the port ready
for use Tl >ek lias a lifting capac
ity o£ 35,000 tons.
WORTH THE PRICE
"I can't understand liow you have
the nerve to charge me $r>o for the
i treatment you gave me. I saw you
only tlin e1 1 you told me your-
M'lf that the disease I had was not at
all serious."
"That is till very true," tho doctor
replied, "but I invented a long Latin
name for it."
MODERN HOUSEKEEPING
"la she briiiKlnft up her daughters in
a practical way?"
"Oh, very. Any one of them can go
Into the kitchen and make a good
chemical analysis."
BALLOON FROM VENICE
MAKES HUNTINGTON PARK
Ocean Air Currents Waft Big Gas
Bag Toward City and the
Party Lands Safely
VENICE, Nov. 2.".—1n the presence of
a crowd of fiooo people the balloon
Peoria this afternoon ascended from
here In an attempt to reach Pasadena.
It was piloted by Capt. A. E. Mueller
and W. M. Morton, with John Kvaiis,
a Venice electrician, as a passenger.
The balloon rose at 2:18 o'clock and
drifted rapidly In a southeasterly direc
tion for two miles, when it veered
around and started back seaward until
a pfcint almost over Playa del Rey
was reached. Thi.n the big gas bag
was caught by a strong lower air
current and taken toward Los Angeles.
After the balloon descended at Hun
tington Park the men who took the
trip from here in *he basket returned
to Venice. Captain Mueller declared It
one of the most successful ■hort
dlstance flights he had yet made in his
many years' experience as a balloonist.
Shipping News
SAN PEDRO, Nov. ».—Arrived: Curacao,
Guaymas and Ensenada; steamer Santa Rosa,
San Diego; steamer Francis H. Lanatti Co
lumbia river; schooner Alert, llelllngham;
schooner Alvena, Columbia river. *;-■
Sailed: Curacao, San Francisco; steamer
Santa Rosa, San Francisco; steamer Buckman,
Seattle via San Francisco; steamer San Pedro,
Eureka. _
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES
The steamer Buckmaa, Captain Wilson,
sailed today for San Francisco and Seattle
with passengers and freight on her last trip
to this port. When the steamers Yale and
Harvard go Into commission between this
port and San Francisco the steamers of tho
Alaska-Pacific company will run only as far
smith as San Francisco under the truffle ar
rangement of the company with the Pacific
Navigation company.
The steamer Francis H. Leggett, Captain
Warner, arrived today with 1,500,000 feet
of lumber loaded at Tongue Point for the
National Lumber , company. She has been
loading at Eureka, but since the George W.
Fenwlck has been chartered probably will
make frequent trips to the Columbia river.
The return of the fleet of windjammers,
most of which have been loading in the
north during the past week, Is welcomed
along the lumber wharves. The schooner
Alert, Captain Hansen, from Belllngham,
with SOO.OOO feet of lumber and the schoo
ner Alvena, Captain Abrahamson, from Co
lumbia river with 975, feet, arrived today.
Six more are coming down the coast.
Three steamers of the Pacific Coast com
pany's fleet sailed north from this port to
day. The Curacao, Captain Paulsen, called
with passengers and freight bound from
Guaymas and other Mexican ports. The
Santa Rosa, Captain Alexander, arrived to
day from San Diego with passengers and
freight and proceeded to San Francisco via
Redondo Beach and Santa Barbara. The
Homer sailed for return to the northern me
tropolis on the narraw gauge route, taking
freight for various way ports.
The steamer San Pedro, Captain Bene
dickson, worked overtime today to complete
| discharge of lumber cargo and sailed for
Eureka to reload.
Tho Pacific Lumber company will besln
operating at Its Wilmington mil! next week
tho first lumber sorting table in tho south.
It Is 200 feet lons and moves the lumber
forty feet a minute, having a capacity of
250,000 feet of lumbar a day.
MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS
ARRIVE
Geo. W. Elder, Portland Nov. 27
Governor, Seattle Nov. 29
Ilanalei, fan Francisco Nov. 29
Oeo. W. Elder. San Diego Nov. 29
Rose City, Portland Nov. 29
Admiral Sampson, Seattle Dec. 1
Governor, Pan Diego Doc, 1
Santa Rosa, San Francisco Dec. 3
DEPART
Geo. W. Elder, San Diego Nov. 01
Ceo W. Elder. Portland Nov. 29
Governor, San Diego Nov. 3(1
Hanalei, San Francisco Nov. 30
Rose City, Portland Nov. 30
Governor, Seattle Dec. 1
Admiral Sampson, Seattle Uec. S
TIDE TABLE
November 2S 12:50 7:16 1:56 8:12
1.4 5.9 0.1 l.'l
November 20 1:17 7:40 2:27 S:fi3
1.7 6.1 0.2 4.')
November 30 1:M 7:r,S »:M »:31
2.0 6.2 0.0 3.8
ARRIVALS AM) DEPARTURES
RAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 27.—Arrived: Mel
ville Dollar. San Pedro.
Sailed: Steamers George W. Elder, San
Diego; laqua, San Pcilrn; Centralia, San Pedro.
♦-•-♦
The theory that the 1..0S Angeles
Ttmea wag blown yip by an abscond
! incr banker is worthy of Gilbert and
j Sullivan's most inspired moments.—
Inrtinnapolls Star.
THE WEATHER
I.OS ANGELES, Nov. 17, MM.
Tlmi-.|Rarom.|Thcr."|Humi Windi VlcO'Weather.
r. :i. in BOTIS I 41 | Tl INE | S I Clear.
sp. in. 30.18 I 58 I 64 ISW | 5 | Clear.
Highest temperature, 65.
Lowest temperature, 43.
FOBBOABT
PAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2T.-For Southern
California: Fair Monday; light west wind.
]\,r Kan Francisco and vicinity: Cloudy
Monday; light west wind.
Fur Santa Clara valley: Cloudy Monday;
light northwest wind.
For Sacramento vnlley: Cloudy Monday.
with rain In the north portion; light south
wind.
For Ban Jnaquin valley: Fair Monday; light
northwest wind. _____
j QUSINES!) OPPORTUNITIES—
FOR PALE—FINEST RETAIL CONFEC
tlonery store with complete factory equip
ment in prominent business block. Elegant
soda fountain and fixture!. Two cash reg
isters, Hiife, etc., old established. Long
lease. Will stand strict Investigation, Price
lie 0, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS'
BALES BUREAU, M. A. Bley. Mtcr.. 426-42S
Mason Klein., corner Fourth and Broadway.
11-27-tf
WANTED—A LIVE HUSTLER TO" TAKE
care of outside work as salesman, so that
owner of well established manufacturing con-
Bern can give his entire time and attention
to the office and factory work; partnership
might be considered to the right party. Coll
or write, A. G. X., 2825 B. Grand aye. 11-27-2
Cards $1.00 Per 1000
Other printing 111 proportion. HARRINGTON,
Printer, 138 Vi S. Spring. Al4OO. 11-22-tr
WILL MAKE You MONEY; LAItGB COR
ner at harbor reduced to $3100; owner needs
money: $1350 cash, balance 6 per cent.
BTACY. 304 Fay bld». F2115. 10-7-eod-tf
WOULD YOU LIKE TO HELP DEVELOP A
fine section of farming land. For particulars
call 201 Grant bldg. THE BUN LAND CO.
(Inc.). U-27-6
WE "INCORPORATE AND finance com
panles at very low rates. 'MARrELLi & CO.,
632-533 Germain building. F4781. U-27-7t
FOR BALE—SHOE SHOP WITH LONG
lease. Inquire 522 W. Third St. 11-26-3
J^£AIR DRESSERS—
i INSERTIONS OF A HF.RALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertion* for the
price uf 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
■ 11-l-tl
Classified Bisiness Directory
Ready reference list of responsible business firms. Consult it
frequently for profit. Live business firms advertise, and their ad
vertisements are simply invitations direct to you. Patronize
Herald advertisers.
ASSAYING
JOHN HERMAN, 25JH S. MAIN. NOT BAT-
Isfactlon. but accuracy guaranteed. 12-21-tf
ATTORNEYS
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS — PERSONAL
Injury claims specialty; estates setttled. J.
W. MACY, 633 Douglas bldg. Phones! A 8633,
Main 8623. «
! DIVORCE LAWS.
Advice free; no publicity. 122 W. THIRD
it., romm 221. Call 2 to 6. 11-9-tf
AUTOMOBILES
AUTOMOBILES REPAIREI^ AND REBUILT
PROMPTLY at 60c per hour. Homo AiKHO.
Ml!» South Hill Street, In rear.
U-l»-tr
AUTO GARAGE
MAMMOTH OARAGE—4I6 CENTER PLACE,
4th bet. Main and Spring. Open day and
__n[ght. »-m-tl
BATHS
MRS. JENNIE HUFF
SULPHUME VAPOR BATHS.
Shampooing—Main 3133. F33ls—Chiropody
SEVENTH and CROCKER STS.
11-24-t'
MAGNETIC~TREATMENT for rheumat
ism. nervousness AND STOMACH
TROUBLES. 666 S. Olive St. Rooms 8-7.
U-19-tI
MISS ANITA HELDMAN..BI4 SANTEE ST.,
two Llocka east of Main. Salt baths, elec
tric baths and treatment. ; 10-19-tf
MISS LOLA 708 CROCKSK ST.,
tub baths and alcohol rubs. Hours 10 a.
m. to V p. m. in-20-tf
119% S. SPRING ST, SUITE 8-CHIROPODY,
electricity, massage, vapor and shower
baths. 6-6-U
LOTUS BATHS, 254 S. BROADWAY; BClEN
tiflc massage, manicuring, chiropody. A 4513.
11-10-lmo
MASSAGE, BATHS, CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants. JEAN LUNN, 620 S. Bdway.
2-17-tf
*" BICYCLES
BICYCLES—BICYCLES, TIRES AND SUF
plies at cash prices. KNIGHT'S, 134 North
Spring. . 9-23-tt
BIRD DOCTOR
SICK PARROTS AND SMALL BIRDS
treated. Pets boarded. 212 S. FIC3UERQA.
11-17-tf
CESSPOOLS
IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPING CO.—
We take out largest load. West 6390: 22040.
2-10-tf
CABINET SHOP
REFRIGERATORS FOR BUTCHERS, RES
TAURANTS
and saloons. Show cases and fixtures.
221-25 E. SECOND ST. Home A 4221.
Main 1148. 11-23-lmo
DENTISTS
DR. BACHMANN. 206-206 MAJESTIC THEA
ter bMg., 846 S. Broadway. F66SI, Main SSI6.
FURNITURE
Furniture Bot, Sold, Exchanged,
KANTOR. 723 W. jgIXTH. F2628. Iljj7_tt
FENCES: WIRE, IRON, WOOD
LOS ANGELES WIRE WO3KS, MANUFAC
turers of and dealers In all kinds of wire
goods. Floral designs a specialty. 129
E. SEVENTH ST. Phone F5090.
; ': - 11-IS-lmo
CITY AND COUNTY WIRE WORKS. 6»
WALL ST. U-16-lmo
PRINTING
THE GERMAIN PRESS, COMMERCIAL
printers. 846 SANTEE ST. Main 6990.
11-16-lmo
DIED- , ______
MONROE —At 6310 Crescent avenue, Novem
ber 26. 1910. Rev. James D. Monroe, a
member of the Southern California M. E.
conference, aged 60 years. Funeral serv
ice at the chapel of Bresee Bros., 866
Flgueroa, Monday at 10:30. Interment
Hollywood cemetery. 11-27-2t
P\TTON —Died at Banning, Cal., November
•>« \ndrew Glassell Patton, brother of
George S. Patton. Mrs. Thomas B. Brown,
Mrs. LeMoyne Wills and Mrs. Hancock
Banning. Funeral will take place from
the Church of Our Saviour (Episcopal), at
San Gabriel, Cal.. Monday, November 33,
at 2:30 p. m. 11-.8-1
KORAHY P. Korahy died November 26.
Will be burled November 28 at 10 a. m.
In Evergreen cemetery. 11-28-1
CASSON T. J. Casson died November 26.
Will be burled November 28 at 2:30 p. In-
In Evergreen cemetery. 11-28-1
RIMPAU-A. Rimpau, died November 25. Will
be burled Nov. 28 at 11 a. m.. In Br«r«r»«n
cemetery. 11-87-2
(JEMETERIES—
INGLE\VOOD 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. Male 4669.
Superintendent's phone 10641.
B-2S-12mo
rosedaleTcemetery
An endowed memorial park, noted for It*
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
pe ual care, over J26O.O00; modern receiving
vault, chapel, crematory and columbarium;
accessible. City office, suite 302-300 EX
cHiNiiK BLDG., northeast corner Third
and Hill sts. Phones-Main 909; AS62O. Cem
etery office. 1831 W. Washington St. Phones
12858: West 80. 6-2-12 mo
Hollywood" cemetery
Rolling lawns. treeß. shrubbery and beautiful
MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT
Situated in th* most beautiful section of
Southern California,*the Ideal location, just
jnsiae Los Angeles city limits.
Melroee and Colegrove car lines to grounds.
A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT _
All3l 208 Laughlln Bldg. Main 391.
Ctmetery phones 6&065; Hollywood 642.
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
The Los Angeles Cemetery association, Boyle
Heights, near city limit*. Operated under
perpetual charter from Los Angeles city.
Modern chapel and ' crematory.
Office, 339 Bradbury Building.
Phones— 662; A 6466. ,
Cemetery- Home D 1083; Boyle 9. •
6-5-12 mo
« INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2. or 7 Insertion* for the
priM of ft. Ask The Herald counter mi
CHURCH NOTICES—
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.
PENIEL HALL, 227 S. MAIN-NOON PRAY
.r meeting dally; gospel meeting every
nUht. 8-1-ti
LADIES' TAILORING
8. ZINKO, THE LADIES' TAILOR. OPERA
coats, riding habits, etc. 456 8. Bdwy. R. 1-2
9-l-(Snao'
MANICURING
BURT TOILET PARLORS. MANICURING A
\ specialty; hr». 10-10. 316 S. Bdway.. room 8.
11-16-lmo
MOTORCYCLES <*•;
TIRES PUT ON BABY CARRIAGES.
OSTERCOH'S MOTORCYCLE REPAIR
SHOP, Twelfth and San Pedro Sts.
Home Phone 22974. 11 -2H-Imo
OPTICIANS
J. P. DELANY. 309 S. SPRING. EBTAB
llshed 15 yrs. Glasses guaranteed 2 yrs.
11-16-lmo
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING. TINTINO,
decorating. Estimates; wall paper, paints.
J. A. LINNEY & CO.. 811 W. Third.
Bdwy. 1768. F3260. 11-IS-tf
—NEALE & BONNELL—
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Sunset 65»7. Home 2MSI
11-U-tr
ROOFING -
—~_-^—>^%— *~- ~^^-~-~ - - - -i. -i — »
ROOFING AND BUILDING PAPER. BEST
grade. Closing out, half price. 2802 GRIF
FITH AYE. South 4163. 11-6-tf
Roof Repairing, Main 2426;
F5546. CAL. ROOFING & SUPPLY CO..
411 E. Seventh. 11-.3-"
EXPERT CHIMNEY,- FURNACE CLEAN-
Ing and repairing. A. .H. MONNERT CO.,
613 W. Pico. West 6886; Home 62667. tt
STANiJARD ROOFING AND REPAIR CO.,
repairs any kind of leaky roofs, city or
country. Bdwy 3746. 626 S. FLOWER ST.
SANITARIUMS
THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL
Et?!h«!v«?!v for women and children. Best
equipped and homelike hospital in the city
for ■ confinement cases. Terms to suit. -1245
SOUTH FLOWER. F4134. 6-12-tt
SCALP TREATMENT AND ALCOHOL
rubs, room 16, Gladstone hotel, 128 West
Fifth and 6051, South Main. Hours, 9 a. m.
to 9:30 p. m. 18*"
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
SUCCESS SHORTHAND INSTITUTE —
World's Record System. 327-37 H.» Hell
man_Bjdg. •'ll-U-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., $25c to 60c; open vans,
$6 pe* day or 760 per hour. We pack and
ship household goods everywhere at re
duced rates.
COLYEAR'S VAN AND STORAGE! CO.,
Offices 609-11 8. Main st. Warehouse 415-17
Ban Pedro st. Phones F3171; Main 1117.
8-25-tt
' TAILORING
WANTED —MEN TO HAVE THEIR OWN
clothes made for 812 a suit during No
vember. 132V4 W. FIFTH ST. 11-13-lmo
TYPEWRITERS
POSITIVELY BRAND* NEW BALL-BEAR
ing back spacer, 2-color L. C, Smith vis
ible. Big bargain for spot cash. Apply
ROOM 11. 244 S. BROADWAY.
11-13-1 mo
It's as easy, to secure a bargain in a used
automobile, through want advertising, as it
I used to be— still is—to secure a horse and
I carriage.
SPECIAL 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.
328-9 Security Bldg.. Fifth and Spring.
11-13-tf
LIGHTNING ARTIST WI&iIES WINDOW
space for few days, or store front. Always
a big crowd. G. C. ALLEN, 631 West 4th.
.!■• . ;• .; 11-27-3t
—LADIES' AND OENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAIN 3597; F6936.. 6-25-12 mo
CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint. $1.50 per gallon. SHEEHAN'S,
900 S. Broadway. 6-16-tf
t INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
prise ot 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
FURNITURE REPAIR WORK
Cane and rush seating, upholstering and
refin!shini>. 248.17. BDWY. 4382. 11-11-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., 2025 i S. Broadway, rooms 205-206,
Los Angeles. - »-10-tf
PERSONAL— LOR WALLACH, SKILLED
machinist, formerly of Honolulu, H. 1.,
friends desire knowledge of your .where
abouts. Write or come to DR. JOHN
ATCHERLEY, room 664 Mills Bldg.. San
Francisco, Cal. 11-28-7
"PERSONAL— DR. ». T. •McNa'JGHT HAS
REMOVED HIS OFFICES 1O SUITE *01
BUMILLEK BLDQ.. 430 8. . -IKUAUWAX.
HOURS, 10-12 AND 3-B. W-30-lmo
i INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
- 11-1-tf
FULL INFORMATION OF THE DIVORCB
laws of Nevada, Arizona and other states
free. Address BOX 677. Goldfleld, Nev.
11-IQ-lmo
MRS. MASSON, THE NOTED LONDON
palmist, 322 S. SPRING, over Owl drug
store. 11-28-tt
TYPEWRITERS—
TYPEWRITERS
RENTED
$5 for 3 Months
Every machine Is guaranteed to be in fine
working order and will be kept so during
term of rental. Intttrl payment allowed to
apply It purchased.
We also have for sale a fine line of Re
built Machines of all makes on which you
ran save 60 to 75 per cent. Year's guarantee.
Bend or call for catalogue.
American Writing Machine Co.
138 8. Broadway.
A 6913. Main 3969. 10-30-sun-mon-tf
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER IN GOOD OR
d*r; full visible machine; cost at factory $100;
need the each; $30 takes It. Apply Room 11
at 214 Vi 8. BROADWAY. 11-27-2
TO LET—Rooms, Furnished
Hotel Seville
732-734 SOUTH FLOWER ST.
One of the finest family hotels In «c ettr.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heat,
hot and cold water; electric lights; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
Phones Main 8613; F6538. «■'•"
The St Regis
Housekeeping apartments, »37 S. Flower **.
Main 2290, A 7336. Near business center; at.
tractive building, porches, room phones, clean,
nicely furnished apartments, $13 to $80; single
rooms $2.60 4o $4.60 weekly, $9.60 to $18 monthly;
no children. 11-t-tt
8-ROOM, 2-STORY HOUSE, WELL FUR
nlshed; furnace, Ruud hot water heater. 2
bathrooms; very pretty surroundings; West
Adams car. 2222 JULIET ST. Phone West
■M. 11-26-1
HOTEL FEDORA
111 E. 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 price of 3, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
TO LET—BEAUTIFUL ROOMS, HIGH Lo
cation; fine lawn, trees. 416 N. Broadway.
11-17-lmo
TO LET—Rooms and Board
ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE HOME
for Invalid; lino location; outside sleeping
room; best of food; nurse In charge capable
of taking entire charKe of very ill patient.
Address "NURSE," Pasadena Branch, Her
ald. . 11-27-St
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
U-l-tt
HOTEL SOUTHERN—BEST FAMILY HO.
Tel In the etty. Hojne 51840. SeventH
and Westlake aye. Bdwy. 9665. 10-30-lm»
, ..... --
TO LET—Housekeeping Rooms
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
pries of 6. Ask The Herald counter man
10-13-tt
TO LET—Ap't's., Fur. and Unfur.
<z 'housekeeping
APARTMENTS
Furnished Complete. $8 to $60 Month.
700 happy families live In our apartment*.
VENTILATION. CLEANLINESS. HOME
LIKE EFFECTS are unexcelled.
T. WIESENDANGER.
Owner and Operator.
Rental Department. Rooms 311-I*. IST ■,
Broadway.
Branch Office. 1017 W. First St.
10-«-tt
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
TO LET— Houses, Furnished
FOR RENT—PART OP A SEVEN-ROOM
bungalow on University car line. I'hone 2210S
or West 3734. U-SS-3t
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSBS,
offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
TO Houses, Unfurnished
THE 810 GREEN PADDED VANS FOR
moving. "They know how." Fireproof
storage for household goods. L. A.
WAREHOUSE CO. SAVES WORRY, IK
Commercial st. Mala 80S. A 1727. .
10-15-tt
$12r.0-FIVE-ROOM, UNFURNISHED COT.
tage; gas, electricity, bath, 6c fare: close In;
University car to 3116 S. HOOVER. Key at
grocer's. 11-27-1
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments Use HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
TO LET— FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, MOD
em; rent $15 per month. 23114 NORTH
UNION. 11-W-8
TO —Storerooms
STORE FOR RENT—B4S N. FAIR OAKS
avenue, Pasadena, Cal., suitable for any
kind of business; will divide store ill
center If wanted; rent reasonable on start.
A. J. BECKER, 1323 N. Fair Oaks avenue.
Pasadena. Cal. - 11-28-3
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. 10-1-tt
TO LET—Flats, Unfurnished
1 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
■- 11-l-tt
TO LET—Flats, Furnished
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. " 10-8-tf
TO Offices
WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES,
offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD
want columns. 10-8-tf
TO LET—Farming Lands
WE WANT PEOPLE WHO ARE INTER
ested in farming and stock raising to call
on us. We have something good. 201 GRANT
BLIXI.THB SUN LAND CO. (Inc.). 11-27-*.
MONEY TO LOAN— ____*"-■
WE WILL LEND YOU THE MONEY TO
erect your new home on a 3 year, 7 per
cent mortgage. if your lot is clear. W*>
also furnish plans and specifications free..
Our houses are the highest type of artlstio
homes. Come In and look over our plans.
E. S. WILLIAMSON & CO.,
202-204 Grant Hldg.
11-2T-3t
MONEY TO LOAN
$30,000 to loan on real estate, city or country. <
6 to 7 per cent, amount to suit. MOVER [
& GILBERT, 303 H. W. Hellman bldg.
Home phone A 8827; Main 6474. 10-2- j
PRIVATE MONEY. 6 AND 7 PER CENT. I
NO DELAY. ON CITY OR COUNTRY.
PROPERTY; STRAIGHT BUILDINCJ
LOANS. LOCKHART A SON, 601 H. W.
HELLMAN BLDG. Main 1*10; A 7563.
10-30-lmo
WANTED— WANT $10,000 ON GILT
edge city real estate. W. A. ROBERT!)
REALTY CO., 126 8. Broadway. Ground
floor Chamber of Commerce bldg. F6624,
Main 459. 10-9-tt
MONEY TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T.
Johnson Bldg. »-14-tt
R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDG..
will loan you what you need on real es
tate, stocks and bonds. Building loans at
specialty. < •*■*:' 6-9-lf
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION. IF PRE
paid, your ad three times for the price of
of two, or seven times for the price of
five. 11-l-tt
MONEY TO LOAN—FULL VALUB ■ ON
diamonds, watches, pianos, furniture, stor
age receipts. O. F. THOMAS, 711 8. Broaa
way. - lfl-IW-tt
TO LOAN SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE, 419 Henne bldg. 10-4-tt
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY UN
til you see me. F. A. NEWTON. 708 O. T.
Johnson bldg. i 11-6-tt
$600 TO $10,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. L. O'BRIEN A CO., Jefferson and Main.
■ 8-9-tf
LOST AND FOUND— '
I INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price .of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
— 11-l-tt
DRESSMAKING— -
I INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the.
price of & Ask The Herald counter man.
— U-l-tt

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