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WANTED—MaIe Help \ WANTED—WORKMEN ,BY LARGE CON trading company; .can learn trad* of electricity, automobiles, plumbing-, .brick laying In tow month*. No expense for in struction; actual contract work, not toy* and book*; 200 students last year. Write for free Information, ,or apply UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING v CO., 658 Paotfia Electric bldg. 12-1-tt AUTOMOBILINO-SURVEYING, ELECTRI CAL ENGINEERING, plumbing and bricklaying taught at th* , National School of Engineering. ' . 2110 W. SEVENTH ST. ' 11-29-tf WANTED— INTELLIGENT. HONEST MEN to work in ' city. Good steady Job for th* right men. Apply to W. 11. JUDD, Herald office** before 8 a. m. or after 5:80 p. m. "•"'" WANTED—PAPERHANGER AND ELEC trlclun to take new phonograph and rec ord* In exchanga 1% work. Call op A 5429. la"4"'t WANTED-A MAN WITH A GOOD REPUTA-. tlon to work on hydraulic, well rrg. Apply at once. J. D. McNEIL. Compton. Cal. 12-3-j WANTED-10 FIRST CLASS BRICK LAY era. Apply F. O. ENOSTRUM CO., E. Fifth and Seaton st^ -'3 3 IF YOU WANT HELP' READ THB HER aid situation wanted columns. *~__ SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN The Herald free of charge, 10-18-tt WANTED— Female Help WANTED-WAITRERSES, .STENOGRAPH rr» and clerk*, employed or unemployed, Call Sunday, Monday and Tuesday afternoon and evening* and hear how to mako extra money. Room 1, 213 B. _}_______________ TELEPHONE OPERATORS, EXPERIENCE unnecessary; salary while learning. Apply sixth floor Eshnian bldg., 321 W. SEVENTH ST. 12-3-2W GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. FAMI- Iv of 3; only one wanting permanent place considered; wages $30. 1501 S. HOOVER ST WANTED-LADIBS. BEAUTY CULTURE pays big; learn' right, salary guaranteed. "FLORENTINE." the. world's largest. 227 Mercantile place, comer Broadway. B_-2-tt IF YOU WANT HELP READ THB HER aid altuation wanted ViOlumna. 11-3-tt SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tt • — ~- —^—— WANTED— Halp, MMe*_and Female WANTED—MEW 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* J SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN THB HERALD FREE OF CHARGE. 10-18-tt WANTED—Stations, Male YOUNG MAN WANTS TO ' LEARN TO drive car; have engineer* license and good knowledge of machinery; wiling to give time as compensation while learning; temperate habits; references. Address BOX 196, Herald. 13-3-7 WANTED-EVENING WORK BY YOUNG college man thoroughly educated; can give Intelligent secretarial assistance; during last two years confidential secretary to supreme court Justice. Address BOX 276, Herald. 12-3-7t m i r BITUATION WANTED-STRONG, HEALTHY man. handy with tools, also good at painting, wants to get work with contractor to look after small things; not afraid of work. D. B. FINLEY, 1048 S. Olive St. Main 8264. 12-3-7 WANTED—POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER OR assistant bookkeeper: several years' experi ence and best of references as to ability and character; married and 33 years of age. H. 11. TILDEN. 608 W. £|7th St. 12-4-1 WANTED—SITUATION AS HANDY MAN around residence, outsldo or Inside work or Janitor, or housework by hour or day, etc., by reliable middle-aged man; references. Adress BOX 206. Herald. 12-3-7 SITUATION WANTED-BY CHAUFFEUR and gardener or coachman; competent, oil around, on private place, city or country; wages moderate. Addres BOX 195, Herald. . • . 12-3-7 HONORABLY DISCHARGED NON-COM - missioned officer from U. S. service wish es position aa watchman, or other posi tion. BOX 202 C. R F D No. 1. 11-29-7t WANTED-SITUATION AS NIGHT WATCH man or some, light Job by strictly sober man of 40 not able to do heavy work. M. L. CHATTERTON. 817 McGarry St., city. 12-4-1 WANTED—HY MAN EXPERIENCED IN pipe line, sewer or Btreot work, position; 15 years as foreman; best city references. Phone BDWY'. 1611. 12-l-7t WANTED-SITUATION BY HOUR. DAY OR steady; housework, gardening, Janitor, any kind; care, automobile, etc., by reliable, handy middle-aged man; references. BOX 1.12. Herald. ' , . ' 12-4-1 WANTED-POSITION AS AUTO LAMP POL- Isher and tire repairer, with some experi ence; phono Bdy. 1738. H. W. BURLETSU.N, * 1036 So. Flower st. 11-29-1 WANTED-A POSITION AS FURNITURE *. salesman by a young man; eight years' ex perience; reference given. Address McC, Box 219. Herald. ■■ 11-26-llt A GERMAN, MIDDLE AGED AND SlN gle. wishes work as houseman. Janitor or \ bedmaker; good references. W. L^HLING, 123 N. Kern st. 12--* WANTED—BY ELDERLY MAN, LIGHT, steady Job In sanitarium or attending to garden, lawn, etc. W. LIGGINB, Phone Sunset East 1607. • ' 13-4-7 YOUNG MAN 28 YEARS OLD WANTS Po sition as stenographer and office assist ant. Good references. Address BOX 332, HERALD. 11-:l0-7t BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT agency, 510 Vlgnes street. -Main 6726; Home \ A 4884. Men for housecleanlng, yard work and \ general labor. i _\ 3-24- A GERMAN, MIDDLE-AGED AND SINGLE, wishes work In a grocery at ore or . barroom good references. W. BOHLING, 123 N. Kern st. . 12-1-1 WANTED—POSITION IN AUTO-' REPAIR shop, with some experience In all lines. Phone Bdy. 1338. M. L. FAUCETT, 1036 So. Flower st. W.-2H-I SITUATION WANTED—ADDRESSING EN velopes or other advertising matter by the 100 or 1000. Address MILEY, 917 McGarry St., city. '____. . li!" 1"7 SITUATION WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED gardener; will work by day or contract; price* reasonable. J. W. ROBERTS, General Delivery. ' 12-3-7t COMPETENT GENERAL SERVANT. MlD dle-aged, small family, plain cooking;, good wages. Apply 369 W. AVENUE 63, Highland Park. ! < t2-3-7t SINGLE M"AN, 35, DESIRES WORK THAT I will merge into apiary work season of 1911; ono year's experience. Address BOX 214, Herald. ' ' 12-3-7 WANTED-t-CARPENTER WORK, DAY, JOB or contract; estimate* furnished free. All work guaranteed. PHONE &OUTH 2107. , 12-4-7 YOUNG GERMAN MAN. 26, WISHES Po sition In grocery to learn the business; speaks English. Address BOX 299, Herald. 12-S-7 SINGLE MAN, 35, DESIRES WORK THAT will merge Into apiary work, season 1811; on* year* experience. BOX 214, Herald. 11-26-7t CARPENTER — ROUGHING IN. FOR steady work price $3 per day. Have tools. Address BOX 231. HERALD. * , : 11-29-71 GRADUATE NURSE AND MASSEUR wants private or institution work. J. .U. MARTIN, lOlOyj San Pedro St, Home F5089. " . • • - ■ ■ .. • ■ , ■ 12-1-1 W*NTKD—TINTING OR rL ASTER RE*-, pairing. Good work and reasonable, Ad dress BOX 248, Herald. i/,'^- 12-4-5 WANTED—Situations, Male SITUATION WANTED BY RELIABLE young man of 32 who lias had 8 year* business experience In Los Angeles; started In at Denver a* assistant bookkeeper and have sine* acted a* cashier, head ac countant, credit man. ad writer' and solic itor for soma .of the best firms her*. I Will accept position at moderate salary In I any capacity along the** line* and make good; will work part or afttlre time. Ad dress BOX $44, HERALD. 11-24-131 MIDDLE-AGED MAN, NOT STRONG, JUST out ot hospital, wants some kind of light work and wants It very bad; will work cheap: have to buy medicine; pleas* help me to a light position and you will oblige a needy, honest man; can speak German. Ad dress JOKM BCHONEN, 1107 W. Eleventh St., city. . ■ 11-18-17 EXPERIENCED, COMPETENT BOOK keeper and office man desires position. Excellent references. Willing to go out of city. Address BOX 344. HERALD. 11-15-tf ' A FIRST CLASS, UP-TO-DATE FRENCH and Italian cook; have worked for ( years In th* highest class cat* in Los Angeles; 30 years' experience and never worked only in the highest class place*. Phone Boyle 2133. P. ZAWPPA. 406 N. Bailey at. ' 11-12-tt WANTED—POSITION AS MANAGER OR operator of moving picture theater; 6 years' experience manager and promoter of road shows. First class reference. Will live city. , BOX 249, HERALD. 11-80-7t SITUATION" WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED German, city or country; handy around horses, garden, cows or any other work. Looking more for good home than big wages. Address J. 0., R. 96, The Wykoff, 326 Boyd st, 12-4-4 WANTED—BY RELIABLE MIDDLE AGED man, few hours' work dally or weekly; handy, housework, Janitor or around resi dence. Furnaces, etc.. Inside or outside. References. BOX 334, HERALD. 11-30-7t WANT TO TALK WITH PARTY WHO desires th* services of good carpenter foreman. Reference* exchanged. Call up 26248 evenings. 12-3-7t SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN of good habits. Will work at any com mon labor, In or out of city. BOX 339. HERALD.^ 12-0-71 WANT POSITION AS FLOOR WALKER either in dry goods or shoe store; experi enced. Call or write C. E. PUTNAM, 038 8. Hill st. 12-4-10t PAINTING, PAPER HANGING AND TlNT ing done by first class man. Minimum wages. $2.60 a day. Address BOX 275. Herald. 12-4-1 WANTED— AS TIMEKEEPER, by experienced man; best of references; ef ficient office man. Address BOX 304, Her ald. Ul-27-7 WANTED—BY A WELL RECOMMENDED young 'man, a situation at anything; high school education. Address BOX 342, Herald. 11-39-1 YOUNG MAN (GERMAN) WHO WORKED a* cake baker helper before wants a position as such. Address BOX 329, Herald. 12-l-7t LIGHTNING ARTIST WISHES POSITION In art store through holidays; can bring samples. G. C. A., Gen. Del., city. 12-4-1 WANTED—A SITUATION FOR COOK. BA loon work and washing, ironing. I K. 1.. WONG, 432 N. Los Angeles st. 12-1-7t STEAM ENGINEER WISHES ~A Posi tion In beach town or near city. Inquire 529 S. SICHELi ST. 12-1-71 a"yOUNG~LAWYER DESIRES POSITION A3 secretary, or attorney or requiring travel. Address BOX 328, Herald. 12-1-7 WANTED-SMALL SET OF BOOKS TO POST evenings by competent bookkeeper. H. H. TILDEN. 608 W. 67th St. 12-4-1 POSITION WANTED— ROUND DRAFTS man and good constructionist. Telephone BROADWAY 1156. 12-3-7 WANTED—PACKING JOB IN WHOLESALE house; experienced hand. Address JIM, '.til McGarry St., city. . . 12-4-7 WANTED— POSITION BY EXPERIENCED bookkeeper; best of local references. BOX 320, Herald. 11-2»-< MAN, 25, WOULD LIKE TO LEARN A trade. J. MITCHELL, 269 Vernon aye., Pas adena. "-2*-' JOB AS WATCHMAN; GOOD REFER ences furnished. WM. HOYT, 114 ft N. An derson st. I 11-29-i BOY OF 17 WANTS POSITION ON RANCH. BOX 340, HERALD. U-29-7t SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN The Herald free of charge. 10-Mjj 1 ~ WANTED—Situations, Female GOOD, PRACTICAL NURSE, DESIRING TO come west, wishes position or care of In valid residing In or near Los Angeles; 5 yrs.' experience, practical nurse, with positions ' In best homes; kind, willing, small, but good health, 28 yrs. old; will accept either male or female; salary not less than $12 per week and laundry^ can com* at once. MRS. ETHEL COLE. N. Crystal Lake, 111. 11-28-10 WANTED—BY YOUNG WIDOW, POSITION as companion to lady, care of walking child or work in hotel or apartment houso office; part or all of each day; In or' out of city. Willing to travel. ADVER TISER, 713 S. Chicago st. 11-29-7t POSITION WANTED BY FIRST CLASS , stenographer and bookkeeper; perma nent or temporary; good bluer and flg urer; also address envelopes, etc. Strict ly-- commercial proposition. Immediate EAST 614. - 12-2-7t WANTED—WORKT BY MIDDLE AGED lady; thoroughly experienced In restau rant 'and delicacy work; good cook and salad maker; will assist. In any depart ' ment. Address BOX 207. HERALD. 12-2-71 SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG WOMAN In small family; good home more than wages; a stranger In town and husband out of city. Address or call 18241* N. Broadway. MRS. P. J. MEANEY, 12-4-7 YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER WITH desk room at 426 Bryson blk. would like to do your typewriting. Anxious to gal regular customers. MISS LEE, phone Main 8687. . 12-4-lt EXPERIENCED, TRUSTWORTHY CAT ll ollc desires position, matron or housekeeper. in Institution; would consider private home of one. 110 N. BROADWAY, Pasadena. • 12-4-3 NEAT YOUNO LADY DESIRES POSITION us stenographer; two years' experience; begin on moderate salary. Call up after 6 p. m. WEST 5593. ■ 12-2-71 WANTED— REFINED, ACTIVE WOM an, varied dutios In nice family; nursing, sewing; understands housekeeping; not a domestic. BOX 179. Herald. 12-^7 WILLOW PLUMES MADE FROM OLD OR new plumes, 20c single tie, 85fc double., 1268 E. THIRTY-SEVENTH ST. Central ' aye. car. 12-l-5t i.. ,—i 1 ■■ 1 —■ -* WHITE YOUNG WOMAN WISHES DAY'S work washing. Ironing and cleaning. Ex cept window*. 355 ,W. SIXTY-SIXTH. ..,. 11-39-71 GIRL SPEAKING FRENCH AND GERMAN wishes situation tor upstairs work or take car* of child. »1026 S. FIGUEROA ST. 11-30J7t WANTED—POSITION AS COMPANION TO elderly people or care of small children, by elderly lady. Address BOX 821, HERALD. . .- . ' 11-29-1 WANTED — POSITION BY STENOG rapher and office girl. Will work for $6 per week. Phone SOUTH 555. ■ , 12-2-7t WANTED—POSITION TO ASSIST IN housework; sleep home night. JULIA DAVENPORT, general delivery, city. - 12-2-7t NEAT YOUNG LADY "STENOGRAPHER; knowledge of bookkeeping; previous exper ience. Phone BROADWAY 3538. 12-4-7 WANTED—HY YOUNG LADY. POSITION In an Office, with light stenographic work. Address BOX 210, HERALD. 12-2-71 WANTED—SITUATION TO ■ LAUNDER lace curtain* carefully at 26c per pair PHONE TEMPLE 68». 11-24-llt LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1910. WANTED— Situations, Female NEAT YOUNO LADY STENOGRAPHER; can use any machine; willing to begin with moderate salary: had previous ex perience. Phone BDWY. 3838. l£-2-9t YOUNO-LADY-WITH A-l OIL LINE Ex perience wants position as stenographer, blu er or price work. Can give reference. Phone EAST 614. * *-t-tt A YOUNG -LADY WANTS POSITION IN an office with light stenographic work. Phono SOUTH 4684. 12-2-71 SITUATION WANTED—BY EXPERIENCED stenographer; salary 110. Address BOX 213, . Herald. i 11-W-10 GERMAN OIRL WANTS GENERAL housework; good cook; $36 per month. Phone F1614. ' 12-*-' GOOD GERMAN COOK JUST ARRIVED wishes situation. 1020 S. FIGUEROA ST. 11-30-71 SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE. 10-18-tt SITUATION WANT ADS. INSERTED THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE. 10-18-tI WANTED-LACE CURTAINS TO LAUNDER at home; 2.1 c palr._MAlN_7s3o. _____ WANTED—Situations, Male & em. WANTED—BY MAN AND WIFE, Po sition as caretaker of chlck<Si ranch or care for orange grove, or would drive team on a ranch. Best of reference as to character; do not drink, smoke or chew, aWft and Industrious. WILLIAM R. AUS TIN*. Colton. Cal. < 11-29-7t CAPABLE MAN AND,WIFE WISH Posi tions; man Just out of business in large city; wife former school teacher in same city; agea 32 and 28. Phone HOME 62428. i2-;:-"t ■ i — 1 WANTED—IF YOU WANT MEN OR WOMEN to da any kind of labor or mechanical work, please call OLIVE BRANCH MISSION, 70$ E. Fifth st. Phone Main 2568. 11-12-30 SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN The Herald freer of charge. 10-18-tf ANTED— Purchase Stock WANTED— Stock In the Lot Angeles Investment com pany; any amount up to $40,000; will pay within 5 per cent of the romnany"* selling uric*. O. V.. car* Glob* Savings Bank. 8-11-U WANTED— Miscellaneous WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER beds. 768 V BAN PEDRO ST. Phones Main 1106; FSO4I. 1217-tf ~ CASH PAID FOR FEATHERS. 3427 S. MAIN. Phone 24913. S. 6364. ■ 11-30-tf jY|ONEV TO LOAN— ' MONEY TO LOAN $50,000 to load on real estate, city or country, 6 to 7 per cent, amount to suit. MOVER A GILBERT, 302 H. W. Hsilman bldg. Homo phone A 8827; Main 6474. 10-2-tf WANTED— MONEY. WANT $10,000 ON GILT edge city real estate. W. A. ROBERTS REALTY CO., 126« 8. Broadway. Ground fleer Chamber of Commerce bldg. F6524, Main 469. !*»-»-» MONEY TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND women accommodated without delay or pub licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T. Johnson Bldg. 3-14- R. W. POINDEXTBR. 409 WILCOX BLDG., will loan you what you need on real es tate, stocks and bond*. Building loans a specialty. < . 5-»-tf I HAVE $200 TO $50,000 FOR REAL Es tate loans, city or country. Money wail , ing. R. W. MOVER. 604 Frost bldg F5107. 12-1-tl UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION. IF PRE ■ paid, your ad three times for the price ol of two. or seven times "for the price ol five. . ._^_ iV »-2-" MONEY TO LOAN-FULL VALUE ON diamonds, , watches, piano*, furniture, stor age receipt*. G. F. THOMAS. 711 B. Broad way. 10-30-tf 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 tll you *cc ma., F. A. NEWTON. 708 O. T. Johnson bldg. 11-»-tf $500 TO $10,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT. T. L. O'BRIEN & CO., Jefferson and Main. 6-9-tf SPECIAL. NOTICES— PAINTING. PAPERING. WALL TINTING, etc.; having contracted for the past 30 years, Him understand all the different branches of my craft, will arrange with some real estate man ot hotel man to do their work this winter and try and ssrt'e you money. Ask Mr. Gallagher of tho Volunteers of America. First and Los Angeles sts. HARRISON, the Painter. 12-4-3t 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 CONFIDENTIAL, PRIVATE INSTRUC tions In hypnotism, $50. Result* guar anteed. BOX 209, HERALD. 12-2-lmo WANTED—LADIES' I AND GENTLEMEN'S clothing. Positively highest prices paid. MAIN 3597; F6936. 6-2»-12mo CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OF CAR rara paint. $1.50 per gallon. SHBEHAif'S. 900 S. Broadway. 6-15-tf I INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 3, or 7 Insertion* for the price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man. FURNITURE REPAIR WORK Cane and rush seating, upholstering and reflnlshlng. 24387. BDWY. 4382. U-11-tf PATENTS AND PATENT AGENTS MARTELL * CO., PATENT SOLICITORS, 632-533 Germain bldg. F476t. Protect your Ideas. Big money In It. . "Our Special Letter on Patents." What to Invent. Free. Send model or sketch. Opinion free. 12-4-7 PIONEER PATENT AGENCY, HAZARD * STRAUSE. ESTABLISHED 82 YEARS. American and foreign patents secured and trademarks registered— PATENT LITIGA TION. 639 Citizens National Bank Building, Third and Main. Hour A 1493; Main 2621 PATENT BOOK FREE , 2-3-tf 1. S. ZERBE. SOLICITOR, UNITED STATES and foreign patents; 40 years' experience. 622-3 STIMSON BLDG., Third and Main. Phone A 6344. 10-i-tf PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN trlea. A. H. LIDDERS. patent Ir.wyer and •ollcitor, 613 Am. Bank bldg., 2d and Spring. - 10-16-tf AUTOMOBILES— ■__ ;'"_'; WILL TRADE TWO CLEAR LO'l- IN SUB urb for automobile In running condition. See Property Owner Association, , 340 BYRNE BLDG. 12-4-2 HAVE YOU AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE, for exchange or otherwise? Then us* THB HERALD'S clarified automobile columns. , 10-14-tf CHURCH NOTICES— ' $ INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for th* price of 2, or 7 Insertions for th* price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man. PENIEL HALL. 227 8. MAIN-jNOON PRAY ■ *r meeting dally; gospel.*ineetlng every night. M-tf TO LET—Rooms, Furnished Hotel Seville U 782-734 SOUTH FLOWER ST. One of th* finest family hotel* In ,th* city. Newly furnished throughout; steam heat, hot and cold water; electrlo lights; European plan. Only a short walk from Broadway. Phones Main $613; F6538. 4-1-tt ' The St. Regis- Housekeeping apartments, 237 8. Flower st. Main 2290, A 7336. Near business center; at tractive building, porches, room phones, clean, nicely furnished apartments, $12 to $30; single rooms $2.60 to $4.60 weekly, $9.60 to $18 monthly; no children. 11-6-tf HOTEL FEDORA $26 E. Second St. Steam heat, hot and cold water In each room; beat room* In city for the money ———— .—.—— *- FOR RENT—ONE OR TWO LARGE FUR nlshed rooms with small kitchen, adults. 924 E. TWENTY-FIFTH. Phone South 2144. 12-4-31 NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM IN private homo, $9 per month. Breakfast or board If desired. 1126 W. THIRTY-FIRST. 12-4-31 FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS FOR TWO, $1,115 each per week; electric light, bath, walking distance. 2002 S. GRAND AYE. 12-t-3t, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM IN PRIVATE home; plyinc and bath; walking distance; $2.50 per week. 223 S. BEAUDRY AYE. 12-4-31 FINELY FURNISHED OUTBIDS, AIRY bedrooms, $1.25 and $2 per week; clean, quiet residence. 1117 8. HILL ST. I 12-4-3t FOR KENT — FINE HOUSEKEEPING rooms, walking distance; quiet street. Phone Main 3973. 1025 FLORIDA. 12-4-3t FOR RENT— FOUR FURNISHEb SUNNY cottage rooms; wood and gas cook stoves; $16 to adults. 770 CROCKER ST. 12-4-3t p 3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 2, or 7 insertions for th* price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man. U-l-tt , — .— PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM. SUlT able for two; bath, electricity, phone; $2.50 per week. 834 CENTRAL AYE. 12-4-3t FURNISHED ROOM IN SMALL PRIVATE family; all conveniences. 964 INGRAHAM PI., near Kit. Phone 53425. 12-4-3t i i FOR RENT—PLEASANT ROOM FOR 1 OR - gentlemen, $2 week; modern conven iences; close In. 135 8. OLIVE. 12-4-3t TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS IN private family. 834 W. SIXTEENTH ST.. between Cherry and Oak. 12-4-3t ONE TO THREE LARGE FURNISHED rooms, with all conveniences; walking dis tance. 1353 S. GRAND. 12-4-3t FOR RENT—4 NICE SUNNY' ROOMS IN bungalow on University car line. Call up WEST 3734 or 22168. 12-4-1 1126 FIGUEROA ST.— 2 FRONT ROOMS, all NEW furniture; strictly private fam ily home. Reference. 12-4-3t SUNNY FRONT ROOM; USE OF BATH and phone; suitable for two persons. 326 S. OLIVE. j 12-4-31 FOR RENT— FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, $6 per month. 949 GEORGIA ST.. corner Tenth. j 12-4-31 FINE SUNNY ROOMS; WALKING Dis tance, $1.50 to $2 a room. 912 W. SIXTH BT. 12-4-3t FOR RENT—FURNISHED FRONT ROOM in private family. 1402 8. HILL BT.^- TO BEAUTIFUL ROOMS. HIGH Lo cation; fine lawn, trees. 410 N. Broadway. 11-17-lmo |^0 Rooms, Unfurnished PART OF HOUSE. FURNISHED OR UN furnished, with or without board. Come, let's talk It over. SO7 E. 32D. 12-3-7t r£o LET—Rooms and Board 8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for th* prlc* of 6. Ask The Herald counter man. _ U-l-tf 'JO LET—Housekeeping Rooms t INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the price of B. Ask The Herald counter man 10-12-tf r£o LET—Ap't's., Fur. and Unfur. WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES, offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD want columns. 10-8-jf r£o LET—Houses, Furnished TO ' LET—NEW. COZY, 4-ROOM, FUR nlshed cottage, $10 per month, at Santa Monica Reach. Call or address R. T., 219 N. Broadway. Main 1872. 12-4-31 WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES, off ires, flats or apartments? Use HERALD want column*. 10-8- tt — a rJ**o LET—Houses, Unfurnished THE BIG GREEN PADDED VANS FOR moving. "They know how." Fireproof storage for household goods. L. A. WAREHOUSE CO. SAVES WORRY. 314 Commercial st. Main 808. A 3727, 10-11-tt FOR RENT—MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE; lawn, flower*, garage, stable, chicken cor ral. 1581 W. TWENTY-NINTH ST. Key •at 2801 Budlong aye. Phone 725^4. 12-4-3t WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES, offices, flats or apartments? Us* HERALD want column*. 10-8-tf U4-STORY HOUSE, 1940 W. 29TH ST.. NEAR Hobart; rent $20. Apply 2311 MONTCLAIRE. 12-3-3t '£ LET—Flats, Unfurnished FIVE-ROOM UNFURNISHED FLAT, WEST or »outhwest; not over $30. Address BOX 206, Herald. 12-3-3t $ INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for th* price of 6. Ask Th* Herald counter man. _ U-l-tt £0 LET— Furnished WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES, offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD want columns. 10-8-tf 1 ° Offices WANT TO RENT. YOUR ROOMS, HOUSES, offices, flats or apartments? Use HERALD want columns. 10-8-tt r£o Storerooms WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS. HOUSES. offices, flat* or apartments? Us* HERALD want column*. 10-8-tf ATTORNEYS AT LAW— LAWYER'S ADVICE FREE Suit* 836 H. W. Hellman Bldg., Fourth and i ' . , Spring. . . General practice of law In all It* branches. Civil and criminal cases conducted lin all courts. Charge* moderate. Confidential. U-U-tt HAIR DRESSERS— , - 3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD tor th* price 'of 2. or 7 Insertions tor th* prlc* ot 6- Ask Th* Herald counter man. — U-l-tf POR SALE— Lots and Lands Inglewood ' Bungalow Acres $500 and Dp % Easy Terms ACRES AND HALF ACRES The only Acre Subdivision South west with Gas and # Electricity ' These acres are almost In the city and aro being eagerly sought by those who ap preciate the many advantages of buying acres in the rapidly growing southwest. Many realize that while their home is located near enough that they may go to and from the city each day. they have also made an Investment, bought a piece of land close to a growing city which is sura to increase in value. do out and aeo the high elevation, the sandy loam soli, note the nearness to the city, the water supply and gas mains be ing laid to each acre, then you will decide turn here Is the place to make your home, Th" soil Is a rich sandy loam, perfect for the production of all berries, fruit and vegetables. Pure spring water Is pined to each acre. CHICKEN RANCHES COUNTRY HOMES How to Get There Take the big green car going south on Broadway. marked Redondo Beach via Inglewoo'd. get off at Pine st. station. Don't get off at Inglewood; stay on the car until you reach Pino st. station, one mile beyond. PATTON & LONGLEY 230 South Hill Street. A23IS. Main 6278 a...is. u-a-a FOR SALE— 80-FOOT BUILDING LOT AD- Joining Vermont square, at spocial price for this week. MISS FROST. the McCarthy company 201 North Broadway. Main 1202, A 5941. 12-4-1 FOR SALE-GOT TO RAISE SOME MONEY and must sacrifice my 4 fine lots to do It. Lot next to mine sold for $2100. Will take $1300 each for mine. Terms if wanted. LL YIN J. CURRY, 612-14 Fay bldg. l^-*'l FOR _S\LE— BEAUTIFUL CORNER, 19SX 135 feet, on Franklin aye. Will jell as a whole or In lots. A 2043. MAIN^MS. pOR SA'-s—Suburban Property , The City IMGLIEWOOB That Grows LAST YEAR 1000 • THIS YEAR 2000 GET IN AND RIDE WITH US. iO-10-tf GO AND SEE INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW PARK 10-13-ti FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-2H ACRES IN alfalfa; good 5-room house and outbuild ings. See owner on place at 9100 S. FIO UEROA_ST. _. .12 it pOR SALE—Houses FOR SALE — 3-room bungalow, modern $1500 6-room cottage, new 4*oo S-room bungalow, big lot 1200 . S-room bungalow, California "00 6-room cottage, new. modern 2600 ERIKSON & CO. Room 1. 105 W. Sixth St.. Ground Floor. FOR SALE-BARGAIN, BY OWNER, $6700, West Adams Heights, near Washington St., high; new, modern, 8-room house and sleep- In- balcony, cellar, furnace, garage, flowers, woodstone sink and bath floor; built for ' home: to see Is to appreciate It: EASY TERMS: NO TRADE. Last wide frontage. 1801 LENOX AYE. Good reason for selling. INVEST in inglewood bungalow PARK 10-11-tt FOR SALE— tOOt, NEW 10-ROOM modern bungalow on Griffin aye., car line; best location and view in Los Angeles; less than cost; terms. GORDON, 532 Bradbury bldg. "-3-3 SELL THAT HOUSE, LOT OR RANCH AT small expense through a Herald want ad. 11-3-tt 1 y POR SALE—Poultry Rare lies _ $2500 H4-Acre Chicken and Fruit Ranch. Within 3 miles of the city, toward Alhambra, Improved with 6-room house, barn, chicken yards, water piped all over place; choice flowers; a beautiful home place. This is a snap. GEO. C. PECKHAM, 204-6 Union Trust Bldg. 12-3-3 pOR SALE—lncome Property WHO WANTS INCOME? FOR SALE—I2 -room apartment house, close In, renting for $72 a month; terms, $2000. mortgage for $2500; pays 16 per cent on Investment, H. A. MAS SEY. 514 International Bank blclg. 11-27-lmo — ~ m • -- - . pOR SALE—Government Land J- | _....,_._ - ■ - -_-_-_-_- el m . FOR SALE—RELINQUISHMENT ON 80 acres of alfalfa land located In Los An geles county. 6-inch well of flowing wa ter on land. Close to railroad. Address J 1' DAVIS, 223 S. Savannah St., city. 12-6-3t SAVE MONEYI YOUR ADVT. THREE times for th* price of two, or seven time* tor th» price of ______ If prepaid, 11-1-tf pOR SALE—ReaI Estate, UnclassTd "GLORIOUS KOOTENAY," BRITISH COL umbla No Irrigating; delightful climate; fruit farms, $10 to $80 per acre; easy terms. Free booklet, etc. INVESTORS' TRUST A MORTGAGE CORPORATION. LTD.. 134 Hastings St., W., Vancouver, B. C. U-6-lma / * POR Country Property STOP LOOKING AROUND INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW PARK Is the place to build your home. The most charming place, best climate on earth, sup plied with gas, electricity, water and tele phone service. Go out today and see these large lots. 100x180 feet to 20-ft. alley, graded and oiled streets, cement curbs, sidewalks graveled, beautiful acacia and palm trees Planted In the parkways. Look over our plans of five and six room bungalows, select the one that suits your fancy, pay us 10 per cent of the purchase price cash, and when the house is completed move in and pay us 1 per cent a month until the property Is pall for. Call at our office. 349 Wilcox bldg., or Inglewood office, Regent and Market sts., or at our tract office, Loekhart Station. INGLEWOOD LAND CO. Tel. A 5229, Main 6913. 12-4-7t Alfalfa i AND ! Fruit Laid i $1.00 per acre cash and $20 per month will buy you 10 acres of as fine land as you can I find In California, We have Just finished surveying another one of our large holdings west of Ducor, Tulare county, where soil ' and water conditions are the very best. Good i land Is the safest Investment you can make. How much of It have you? Our price of $40 to $60 per acre and our liberal terms gives you an opportunity of procuring a future home that Is seldom offered. Why not come In and talk this over with us and get full particulars? Our next excursion Wednesday evening, December 7, $5 for the round trip. Tickets must be procured by Wednesday noon. Arrange to go with us and look over 1 our proposition. i PACIFIC FRUIT & ALFALFA LAND CO.. 718 Delta Bldg. 12-3-3 I mm. —— —7~^-™~^"*T"""" ~"~""""""" I Tee Acre Alfalfa Ranch Near School and Churches (STORES, ETC. WELL IMPROVED. BEST OF WATER RIGHTS. THIS PROPERTY IS PRICED $1000 UNDER ADJOINING RANCHES. $1900 CASH HANDLES IT. , GIBSON & SON ! 604 O. T. JOHNSON BLDG. . ml MAIVS LOOK UP INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW PARK 10-12-tl $ INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 2. or 7 Insertions for the price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man. pOR SALE—Orange Groves FOR SALE—ORANGE GROVE 20 ACRES NAVELS AND VALENCIAS RIALTO FOOTHILLS ' Trees are In fine condition, soli perfect; full water right; (1 year old); only $400 ACRE i Terms, '4 cash, balance 1, 2. 3 years, 6 per cent. A snap, but will divide and sell 10 acres. E. A. MORGAN (exclusive sale), 317 S. Hill st. 12-4-3 ~ VISIT INGLEWOOD bungalow PARK 10-u-ti 1280 ACRES. NEAR MERINO, MOSTLY all orange land; level; fine soil: extra bar gain, $45 per acre. STACY. 304 Fay bldg. F2115, Main 263. 12-3-eod-tf , SAVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREE times for the ' price of two, or seven times for the price of five. If prepaid. li-l-tf POR SALE—Stocks and Bonds MINING, OIL. AND INDUSTRIAL COM panies take notice stocks and bonds In sured, matured and guaranteed. Full in formation furnished on request v Write or call GRANITE SECURITIES COMPANY, 6th floor Bradbury bldg., Los Angeles. Cal. r^ 12-i-tt WE INCORPORATE AND FINANCE companies at very low rates. MARTELL & CO.. 532-533 Germain bldg. F4761. 12-4-7 BAVE MONEY! YOUR aDVT. THREE times for the price of two. or seven times for the price of five. If prepaid. U j;tt POR SALE—Live Stock FOR SALE-HORSE AND BUGGY; MARE. 7 years old, suitable for solicitors or route work; god traveler and In good condition; will sell reasonable. 1932 E. FIRST. Phone Boyle 427. '"•23-tt 9 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the i price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man. 1160 BUY* TEAM SOUND MULES WORTH $300. Rear 1620 OABBY ST. l--4-3t ' A GOOD SURREY FOR SALE; NEARLY ; new. 203 E. E I,MYRA__ST- 1-'-4-3t POR SALE—Pianos • FOR SALE—PIANOS AT WHOLESALE prices. Call at our ware rooms; 20 dif ferent makes to select from; pliyors. grand and upright pianos. Can arrange terms. 720 S. BROADWAY, second floor. 12-2-61 FOR BALE—MY HIGH GRADE SHERMAN piano, almost new, at sacrifice. I am leaving the city; will sell on time; big discount for cash. PHONE KDWY. 4411. 12-2-6t j pOR SALE—Business Property BUY A "HOME IN INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW PARK ! 10-18-tf pOR SALE— Instruments 1 FOR SALE — HIGH GRADE PLAYER piano, almost new, at sacrifice. Easy ', terms. I am leaving th* city. PHONE F5003. 12-2-61 • FOR SALE"— BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT piano, almost new, at sacrifice, $160. Can arrange terms. Call at 720 S. BnOAD WAY. second floor. 12-2-ut : _ o GAHDNEK, 118 WINSTON ST. Pl aaoa sold, rented, tunedi Terr low rates. ■»-,.■„-*-.•■.->- ; s-n-tt pOR SALE—Furniture SAVE MONEYI YOUR ADVT. THREE times for the prlc* of two. or seven times tor th* price of five, It prepaid. U-l-tf Schools and Colleges , ■> Summer School College of Fine Arts, U. S. C. AH Branches Fine and Applied Arts. Catalog on Request W. L. Judson Dean \a — * Throop Academy" PASADENA —A Polytechnic high school—. simp Work, Home Economics, Now Dormi tory. Send for catalogue. £"}/-.&* ~ 953-5-7 W. Seventh 7*g£g^a%**ft»» St. Both Phones. E%F^~^ Jos. W. H. Camp, Mer COLLEGE ****• Fall term now In progress. Dally en rollments. Free catalogue. Night classes In bookkeeping and shorthand. German, English Shorthand By experienced teacher. Term* modarata, 730 W. 81st «_ Phone Bouth 4438. ■ Leader Since 188*. Fifth Floor Hamburger Bldg., Los Angeles. Catalog—37th Year. FIBOO, Mala 3308. FOR SCHOLARSHIP TO THE INTER NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL (ANT SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND THE DE CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. CALL ROOM 4. 11914 S. SPRING ST., OR PHONE MAIN 8692. H-t-tt THE PARMELEE FIRE DID NO DAMAGE to the property of th* Howell School; all grades and high school studies, Including German. 720 B. BROADWAY. 10-H-tf BOYNTON NORMA- PREPARES DECEM ber county examinations; grammar certifi cate; enter now. 625 STIMSON BLOCK. Broadway 1919; AlB4O. *-3-tf 8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD for tbe price ot 2, or 7 Insertion* for the prlc* ot 6. Ask Tb* Herald counter man. _ U-l-tt HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT alogue describing bookkeeping and short hand? Y. M. C. A. C-12-tt LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE. 412 W. Fifth et. E. E. SHRADER. Ph. D.. president sine* 1890. '•10-n-tf BROWNSBERGER COMMERCIAL' COLLEGE. 963-7 W. SEVENTH. Send for catalogue. 8-19-tt JTOR SALE—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—SCHOLARSHIP TO THB INTER NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL (ANY SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND THE DE CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. CALL ROOM 4, 119 M S. SPRING ST.. OR PHONE MAIN 8692. ' 11-fi-tf FOR SALE — COUNTERS. SHELVING. SHOWCASES, WAX.L CASE, COFFEE MILLS, CASH REGISTERS and STORE FIXTURES OF ALL KINDS; CHEAP EST PLACE IN THE CITY. WB BUt AND SELL. 216 B. 4TH ST. 10-30-tf UNDER- CLASSIFICATION, IF PRB paid, your ad three time* for the price of two, or seven time* for th* price of five. 11-2-tf FOR SALE— SECOND-HAND UP rlght piano at 1038 INGRAHAM ST. Your price take* it. 11-U-tt BANTA CLAUS CAN SECURE SOME blooded Chihuahua puppies at 1720% SANTEE ST. 12-4-7 _____^__^————-—-—— «—— FOR CHEAP—2 NATIONAL CASH Registers. 119 E. FIRST ST. » 12-4-7t FOR ' SALE-FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP. ANDERSON. 394 S. Los Angeles St. 6-IS-tf JTOR EXCHANGE— Estate OUR NEW BRICK BUILDING AT 923 WEST 16th St., between Oak and Toberman, Is Just completed, In which we have opened a FINE, MODERN MILLINERY AND FUR STORE, with also a stock of ladles' and gents' fur nishing goods. As we have no rent to pay, we are enabled to sell good* at the lowest possible prices. Come and sa us before buy ing elsewhere. THE 16TH STREET BARGAIN STORE C. NEUMANN. Prop. Remember the number—922 W. 16TH ST. Phone 23670. 12-4-3 _ COUNTRY ACREAGE AND CITY INCOME for a business of any kind, any place. Give particulars. BOX 133. HERALD. 12-4-3t WE WORK WONDERS WITH TRADES? Try us. STACY. 304 Fay bldg. 11-12-eod-tf pOR~ EXCHANGE— UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, IF PRE pald, your ad three times for the prlc* of two, or seven time* for th* price ot five. ■ U-3-tf I CAN MATCH ANY EXCHANGE; WHAT have you? DU BOSE, 701 Gross* Bldg. T067. 10-l*-tt TYPEWRITERS TYPEWRITERS RENTED $5 for 3 Months Every machine Is guaranteed to be In fins working order and will be kept so during term of rental. Inltlrl payment allowed to , apply if purchased. V.'c, also have for sale a fin* line of Re built Machines of all makes on which you can save 50 to 75 per cent. Year's guarantee. Send or call tor catalogue. American Writing Machine Co. 13? S. Broadway. A 5913. Main 3959. 10-30-*un-mon-tf LEGAL NOTICES— NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS Notice Is hereby given that th* annual meeting of the stockholders of the Denl< Telephone Fire Alarm company will be held on December 12. 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m., In room 602 Merchant* Trust building, Los Angeles, i'ul., for th* purpose of electing director* and for the transaction of »ucn other business an may com* before the meeting. F. C. SMITH, Secretary. 11-2-10t Tho annual stockholders' meeting of th* Western Pacific Development Co. will be held at the company* office. Brentwood Park, I** Angeles county, Cal., on December 6. 1910, to elect Aye director* and transact other business. J. B. MULLEN, Secretary. U-W-Wt 11