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News of the Courts
CITED FOR PRACTICING
LAW WITHOUT LICENSE
Attorney's Clerk Attempts to
Handle Case in the Superior
Court-Trial Halted
For practicing law without being admitted
to the bar. H. W. Warden, son of C U.
Warden, a realty operator, and who is
studying in the office of .T. D. Reymert,
attorney, yeiterday was cited to appear this
morning before Judge Cbnley of Madora,
sitting in department 4 of the I,os Angeles
superior court, and show cause why he
should not be fined for contempt.
Young Warden appeared as attorney for
tho defendants In the case of O. D. OHborn
against Belle Mills and others, an action
which is an echo of legal proceedings
against Mrs. Kltturla B. Oshorn. who now
Is serving lime in the penitentiary for
mortgaging property which she (lid not own.
After she was committed to the penal in
stitution her property went through the
bankruptcy court, tue trustee who was ap
pointed selllns some of it to Belle Mills and
others. Just as they thought they had a
clear title, O. D. Osborn. the husband of
the convicted woman, alleging that tin:
property sola by the trustee In bankruptcy
was his mid not a part of that belonging
to his wife, filed suit to quiet title.
Young Warden appeared In behalf of the
defendants, the case being hardly more
than begun before It was discovered that
■Warden has no license to practice law and
the Judge citing him to appear today to
make an explanation or be fined.
Reymert wa» substituted as the attorney
in the action, which was taken under ad
visement.
JAMES SMITH GAINS $6500
IN SUIT AGAINST RAILWAY
Jury Allows Damages for Injuries
on Pacific Electric Line
James W. Smith, who sued the Pacific
Eleetrio railway for $20,695.35. which he
alleged was due him because of Injuries he
suffered and for anxiety and loss of time
experienced because of Injuries to his wife.
Mrs. Nellie Smith, after they were victims
of a railway collision in July, 1801, near
Knstlake park, yesterday was awarded a
Judgment for $6600 by a Jury in Judge
McCormick's department of the superior
This makes $21,500 for which the Smiths
have been given Judgment from the rail
way, which admitted Its liability. Mrs.
Smith a few months ago brought suit
against the corporation, a Jury In Judge
Bordwell's court glvlnp her $15,000.
WOMAN HELD FOR ATTACK
ON ENCHANTER COLLAPSES
Mrs. Nellie Brown, the young woman who
is accused of assaulting William Harvey
Zempe. with whom she came hero from
South Carolina, yesterday was In such a
state of nervous collapse that she was re
moved from the county Jail to the county
hospital for medical treatment.
Mrs. Brown was overcome when she was
arraigned before Judge Willis of the su
perior court, being hardly able to respond
to her name. The time for her to enter
her plea was set for December 18. It is
understood that Zempe does not want to
prosecute Mrs. Drown, preferring to pro
vide her with transportation to South Caro
lina it the court will dismiss the charge.
WARNING SAVES PAINTERS
AT WORK IN COURTHOUSE
Another accident connected with the
court house elevators was narrowly averted
yesterday when painters employed in re
touching the tower in which tho outside
"lift" of the county seat of justice is lo
cated learned Just in time that th.- ropes
which supported their swinging scaffold had
become entangled with the mechanism of
the machine and were cut nearly in two.
Had tho damage to the ropes not been
discovered in time the two painters would
have fallen to a cement floor two stories
below.
GRATTON GUILTY, SAYS JURY
A jury in Judge Davis' department of
the superior court shortly after midnight
Friday morning returned a verdict of guilty
of murder in the second degree in the
case of Aaron Gratton, charged with kill
ing John Allen. Oratton is a nenrn. r.7
years old, and his victim, who was tin
years old, also was a colored man. They
were neighbors and quarreled over a wo
man. Judge Davis will Impose sentenca
next Monday. The maximum punishment
for such an offense is imprisonment for
life.
■+• *■
TRIAL OF IRONWORKER BEGINS
The trial of Claude Mars, who I accusi S
with C. P. Crow and Charles I.
ot attacking Edward C. Hoffman with In
tent to commit murder in September at
l.atln station, was beyun yesterday betors
Judge Davis of the superior court. Bteveni
recently was found guilty of an assault with
a deadly weapon and already han begun
serving a sentence of two years In tho peni
tentiary. The trio are said to have at
tacked Hoffman because ho would not Join
an iron workers" strl);'\
PRISONER ASKS FOR TRANSFER
Walter Patten, recently sentenced to
nerve ISO days In the city Jnll on a
charge of va»rancy, yesterday appealed to
the superior court to l.c remov) I to the
county jail. Ills object In desiring tha
transfer i 3 that prisoners in the latter
i>lace may obuln parole "n misdemeanor
accusations, while those In the city Jail
may not Tho matter v,as referred to
Judge Davis.
BOY SUES REDONDO RAILWAY
William Bonk, a minor, throush hia guar
dian. Peter Bonk, yesterday tilefl in the
puperior court a suit against the T.os An
relee & r.edondo Railway company for
damages ot J47.245. The plaintiff alleges
that August 21, IHIO, he was thrown trom
a car of the defendant corporation, suffer
ing severe injuries, one of which, to the
left rye. is declared permanent.
NEW INCORPORATIONS
Blossom Uar riacer Mlr.ln? oornpany. R.
p watt W. J- Moak. R. B. Watt, A. H.
Watt and Charles McLachlan, directors,
(.'apital stock, $500,000; ■übsorlbea, 10.
Hamilton-Gardner Oil company. L. M.
Hamilton J. II- r>odds and Charles B
Gardner directors. Capital stock. »1,000.000 i
Bulisciibcd, $15.
CHECK FORGER SENT TO IONE
T Philip Asbury, who recently violated
the' probation accorded him after he gave a
forged check for 51250 to the Motor Car Im
port company In payment for an automo
!,lN. was committed to the iT-ston school
„r industry at lone yesterday by Judge
(Vllbur "C tllo juvenile court.
COUNCILMEN MAY DECIDE
WAR AGAINST BRICKYARDS
Boyle Height* brickyards will be the sub
-I*l t of consideration by the legislation com
mittee of the council this morning ana
many citizens from that district are ex
pected to fill the counoll chamber and show
the committee that they want the brick
yards driven out of their part of the city.
Councilman Andrews, chairman of the
committee-, has become convinced that one
or two of the lour brickyards should be
ousted from th« district, but ii not so sure
about the others.
President Lusk of the council, who has
the Interests of Boyle Heights at heart, took
Councllmeu Andrews, Gregory anil Whlffen
over thn old ninth ward yesterday and
»ho«Td them th« brickyards. Andrews only
looked at. one. for h« bad Mien thn others.
hut th«i one lie looked at should coma out,
be b»ll«r«» '
Municipal Affairs
CHIEF'S ABSENCE IS NOT
MYSTERIOUS, SAYS MAYOR
City Executive Declares Gallo
way Is in North Merely to
Attend Conference
"There is no mystery in the absence of
the chief of police," said Mayor Alexan
der yesterday. "He is in San Francisco to
attend a conference with other chiefs of
police of the state on criminal matters. Ho
secured a leave of absence, in the usual
way, and this fuss flNout his going Is all
uncalled for. It is not unusual for I chief
of police or a chief of the fire depart
ment* or tho, head of any other department
to leave the city on business, and there Is
nothing unusual In CHlef Galloway being In
Ban Francisco just now."
( Galloway is a railroad man by
training, and it was rnmored yesterday that
while ho is in San Francisco he Will find
a railroad position. It was reported that
there is to bs a bis shakeup in railroad
circles in the northern city and that the
shako might knook down something nice for
the chief.
Reports that Galloway's resignation is In
tho. hands of the mayor have not been con
firmed, for no members of the police com
mission will discuss the matter.
> It is almost certain that if the chief has
tendered his resignation there is no Imme
diate Intention of accepting It, at least not
until the first of the year. It Is almost
equally sure that the commission has not
arrived at a conclusion on the man who Is
to succeed Galloway if he Is to have a
successor. Several names have been sup
fcested as posfslhle chiefs of police, hut none
has been decided on.
PRICE OF STREET LIGHTS
HIGHER. BUT COST LESS
installation of New Lamps Will
Save Electricity City Uses
First contracts for the ornamental light
ing of business streets under the new ar
rangement whereby the city will pay one
eighth of the cost, were let by the board
of puldic works yesterday.
Contracts for the lighting of Broadway
and Fifth streets were let to the I<os An
geles Gas and Electric corporation, and for
lighting Spring street to the Southern Cal
ifornia Edison company. Both companies
will receive 4 cents a kllowat hour.
This Is an increase In the price of one
fourth cent over the contract price of last
year, hut the Increase is due to the in
stallation of tungsten lumps. The use of
these lamps will give a much brighter light,
and is they do not consume as much elec
trlclty as do the ordinary Incandescents, th'»
toial cost will be less, although the price
is higher.
MORE MONEY NEEDED FOR
CIVIL SERVICE TESTS
The civil service commission has asked
tho city council for JluOO more for Its ex
amination fund and mildly threatens that
If the money is not forthcoming there will
be no more civil service examinations until
the department has caught up with its ap
propriation.
I'nu-ual demand for police and fire exam
inations has been made on the commission
since July 1, the beginning of the fiscal
year, and these examinations are the most
-ne the commission holds. Every ap
plicant for the police force or five depart
in, nt must go through a medical examina
tion, and the examiner is paid a fee of $1
for each man.
ONE BID RECEIVED FOR
WILMINGTON HARBOR WORK
The board of public works yesterday
opened a hid submitted for the dredging of
the Wilmington harbor nt tho foot of Fries
street. The hid was made by the North
American Dredging company of Nevada and
asks :iJ cents a cubic yard for dredsins the
25,000 yards that must be taken out of the
Inner harbor.
This bid is three times higher than the
amount paid for doing work in the out<M"
harbor, but it Is a small piecf of work and
a hich hid was expected. The bid was r.'
ferred to Homer Hamlin. chief engineer ol
the harbor.
BUILDING PERMITS
Following are the permits Issued since
the last publication of the list and classi
fied a cording to wards:
Wards — Permits. Values.
First '3 I 2.714
SeconJ " 10,230
Third 4 11,373
Fourth 3 1,125
Fifth I 21.660 i
Sixth •' 8-850
Seventh l ■""'
Ninth - 4'"'
Totals 30 J53.504
Cahu<>n?:i avenue—Ross M. Galbreth, 711
West Forty-first (treat, owner; Indepen
dent Building and Investment company,
builder; one-story, seven-room residence.;
53500.
Arlington street, 3440Ciuy Harrold 22<">I
West Twenty-ninth plan', owner; A. H. Har
rold, builder; alterations of residence; (2400,
Ilalklale avenue. 40:.1— E. I'■ Jackson,
1?4"> West Korty-second street, owner; le
Planry, builder; one and a hair story, suveu
room residence) $2000.
Falrvlew street, near Bayer street —
Wanda Mock, lol0i : , San I'edro street,
owner; W. H. Jackson, builder; one-story,
five-room residence; $1600.
Third street, (27 Wast—Q. F. Brown. ::«
North Beaudry avenue, owner and builder;
to move and addition* to residence; 1290.
Harvard boulevard, !8S0 — Mrs. Helena
Johnson, at lot. owner; John MacLeen,
builder; one-story, two-room residence; So>;i).
Hollywood— l 44 South Oak avenue —Louis
Terry, 128 Oak avenue, owner and builder;
two-story, eight-room residence: $33u0.
Bollcono avenue.. 1218— Caroline A.
Birkleln. Northwestern apartments, owner;
M. Btepban, builder! two-story, six-room
residence; $200n.
Wilmington street, 101— T. Roll .-.
South Grand avenue, owner and builder;
alterations of building; !'-»o.
Hollywood—Sunset boulevard. nee l-.i
Centro—R. Hoyashl, 211 Hartford avenue,
owner and builder; one-«tory, two-room
residence; $200.
Fourth avenue, near Jefferson street — M.
C. Swatt, 2097 West Thirty-first street, own
fir nnd builder; one-story, six-room resi
dence; $2000.
Third avenue, SBos—B. Hogan, L'3J*. «f<l
Twenty-seventh street, owner and builder;
one-story, seven-room residence; $1500.
Thirty-sixth street, U'''.7 West—Lulu
Bhlmer. at lot. owner and builder; addition
to residence; 5300.
Bollywood—Lemma avenue, near Frank
lin avenue—George Seto, owner; T. Waka-
B awa, builder; one-story, throe-room resi
dence: f ISO.
Sixth avenue, near Twenty-first street—
L.elta McCombs, 1317 West Thirtieth street,
owner; Kquitable Realty company, builder;
one-story, five-room residence; $2000.
Olenwood street, near Santa Monica ave
nue M. V. Roepke, 1018 Toberman street,
owner; Equitable Realty company, builder;
two-story, six-room residence; J23M.
Second street. 211 West—l. W. Hcllman,
nt lot, owner; C. M. Webb, builder; altera
tions of building: $273.
Western avenue, near Linden avenue—
Harley F. rtiKKina. 840 West sixteenth
street, owner and builder; two-story, nino
roora residence: $7000.
Thomas street, 227 South—Charles Innt
tashed, 3200 North Broadway, owner ana
builder; one-story, five-room residence;
Clinton street, JOSO—-louls Shaub, at lot,
owner: Henry Horn, biilliler; addition to res
idence: $200. / j'
Twenty-ninth street, 118 —John Hud
son 759 East Thirty-first Street, owner and
buli'l'T; one and a half story barn: $250.
Thomas street. 528 South—Charles Inot-
Ushed. 3200 North Broadway, owner and
builder; oi.e-story. five-room residence;
$Il ftf>.
Westmoreland Avenue, 511"—A- "< T ''*"
Ingter. -it lot. o"-h<t: S. M. Smartt, builder;
addition in st»bl«; $r>M.
Thlrty-tlehtlj street, 1233 East— J»m«»
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1910.
Oakley, 1247 East Thirty-eighth street, own
arles Kenta, builder; one-story, flve
rocm residence; $1200.
Marmlon way, 4211— Miss Olive Pease.
Security building, owner: T. O. Buonnnnn.
hullder; one-story, four-room resldenco;
Thlrty-elKhth street. 1141 ■*•* —.lames
Oakley, IS4? i:nst Thirty-eighth street, own
er; Cfiarles Kerns, hullder; one-story, flve
rooa residence; $1200.
Dorchester avenue. :'74«—F. r.. EMes, at
lot, owner and builder; addition to resl
denre; $125.
Blgßy .-licet. 18J3—8opluli 11. Thomp
son, at lot owner; John Luke, builder;
addition to residence; *:."0.
Berkeley square, 18— F. B. Bacon. Tl-r
--■bey Arms, owner; 1". Z. rhlllips. builder;
two-atory, two-room garage; $500.
Berkeley square, 16— V. B. Bacon. HW
■hay Arms, ownerj F. z. Phillips, buHdarj
two-story. ten-room residence; $14,500.
Sheridan itreet, 211-'— H. B. TaKgart. lflni
East First street, owner; <-„ UUey. builder;
one-atory. four-room p slrience: }!>r,o.
THE WEATHER
LOS ANOKLE3, Deo. 3, 1910:
Tlroe.|Barom.jTlHi\|lluiii| \YIn. Vie. | Weather.
(„-,. „M 10.09 | M |40 | JOB ~i 11 I Clear.
lEl^-L^J Jg.l «' lv I 4 I Char.
Highest temperature, 77.
Lowest temperature! 53.
FOKKCAST
BAN FRANCISCO, Dec. For Southern
California—Fair Saturday; liglit north wind.
For San Francisco and vicinity—
Saturday, probably rain In afternoon; light
southwest wind.
For Santa Clara an.l Sacramento valleys—
Probably rain Saturday; light south wind.
For San Joaquln valley—Probably rain Sat
unlay: light west wind.
TABLE OF TEMPERATURES
Lowest.
Atlantic City, N. J is
Boise, Idaho 80
ltoxton, .Mans *°
Buffalo, >. V «
Chicago, 111 J»
Denver, Colo s4
D« Muineh, la SO,
KustlMirt, Me '» '
Oalvestoo, Texas A "-
Helena, Mont ~"
Kansas City, Mo }»
I/os Angeles, Cul »«
Memphis, Term ■"'
Montgomery, Ala.- •>«
New Orleans, l.a. •>*
New York, N. V '*
l'll(hlllll-K. l'» "
Portland, Ore *0
RoswelL X. M -»
St. Louis, M< *«:
St. Paul, .Minn ;■ • «
Salt Lake City, Utah ♦•«
Tampa, lla, *°
liiwuii, 1> "
MARRIAGE LICENSES
BRUSH-BRYANT— Roy E. Brush, ape 33, ana
Maude Bryant, age 22; natives of California
and Illinois find residents of Los Angeles.
THORSIEN-HES;—E. S. Thorsen, a«e 21, and
Hope Hess, age 21; natives of Illinois and
lowa and residents of Los Angeles.
BAXTER-HYANB—Frank H. Baxter, age 30,
and Agnes M. Hyams, age 19; natives of ,
Ohio and California and lesldents of Las
Vegas Nev., and Los Angeles.
BUTLER-DEDMAN—G. T. Butler, age 32.
and Neldla Dedman, age IS; natives of Can
ada and Oregon and residents of Victoria,
B. C. and South Pasadena.
COURTNEr-GREENFiELD-W. B. Court
ney, age 23. and Verda L. Greenileld, age
21; natives of lowa and residents of Ottum
«, la., and Pasadena.
POOLE-HUNIJEUI'—c. V,. Poole. age 28, and
Clara Hundeby, age 27; natives of Ill.nols
and lowa and .residents of Los Angeles.
WECKL-PHILLIPS— George Zweukl, age ;
21, and Lucile Phillips, age 23; natives of
Michigan ana Texas and residents of Los
GUI-UE-ULACKWELI^-Peter Guile, age • 23,
and Isabella BiavHwell. age i'J. native! of
California and lowa and residents of Log j
Kln'-WEAVEK—B. O. King, age 42, and
Maggie M. Weaver, ace 26; natives of lowa
and Nebraska and residents of Los Angeles.
MA.NUEL-PRiDDY-W. F. Manuel, age 19,
and Alzeta E. Prldley, age 19; natives of
Maine and Kansas aud residents of Lou An-
Pl.k'kY-TAYLOR—■Williani A. Pern 1, age 33,
and Minnie G. Taylor, age 16; natives of .
Texas and California and residents or
Watts.
BIRTHS
BOYS
THOMPSON—To Whiting and Theo Thomp
son. 1400 Fedora street.
LYON-To Lafayette and Earle Lynn, 4130
Eastern avenue.
IiIKI.S
SHEPARD— Francis and Adelaide Shep
' aid, 823 Alpine street.
DEATHS
LEVY—Rach»l, 1132 South Union avenue; na
tive nf Poland, age 90; old age. |
BTERN—Ernest, 1236 InneH avenue; native or (
Illinois, age 20; suicidal.
McCOY—Joroaw D., 1886 Bonnie Brae street,
native of Canada, ago 93; senility.
HOVEN—Mrs Annie W., 148 East Twenty
seventh street; native of Pennsylvania, ase
BOS MKA-James, 715 Merchant street; na
tive of England, age 46; tuberculosis.
THACHER-iaiah 8., 871 Rampart street:
nntiv,- of New York, age 84; apop.exy.
JOHANSKN Ed. county hospital; native of
Norway, age 83; myocarditis.
DELANEY—Mrs. Janes, 618 South Boyle
avenue; native of Illinois, age 80; asthma.
WITHERB-Mary 8.. 8268 West Twenty
eighth street; native of New Jersey, age H:
HOAOLUND— county hospital; .native of
Sweden, gig" "-; endocarditis.
(JEMEI ERIES—
INGLEWOOD PARK
CEMETERY
Two mllcd outsiile the city limits, on th»
Lo» Angeles & Redondo railway; 800 acres
of perfect land with Improvements outclass
ing any cemetery on the coast.
207 S. BROADWAY. ROOM 20J.
Phones F3303. Main 4659.
Superintendent's phon* 10641.
9-2A-12mo
ROSEDALE~CEMETERY
An endowed memorial park, noted for its
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
pe ual care, over J25O.OO0; modern receiving
vault chapel, crematory and columbarium;
accessible. City office, suite 302-306 EX
CHANGE BLDO., northeast corner Third
and Hill sts. Phones-Main 909; A 3620. Cem
etery office, 1831 W. Washington at. Phones
•iV,b»: West 80. 6-2-12 mo
HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY
Rolling lawns, trees, shrubbery and beautiful
MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT
Situated in the moist beautiful section of
Bojthern California, the Ideal location. Just
m&iae Los Angeles city limits.
Melrou- and Colegrove car lines to grounds.
A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT
All3l. 208 Laughlln Bldg. Main S9L
Ctmetery phones ti»u66; Hollywood 842. '.-,
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
The Los Angeles Cemetery association, Boyle
Heights, near city limits. Operated under
perpetual charter from Los Angeles city.
Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, So 9 Bradbury Building.
Phones—Main 052; AMtiS.
Cemetery- Home DIUS3; Boyle 9.
HitsM
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10-12-tf
\V I OMObILES—
FOR SALE-SINOLE CYLINDER CADILLAC
delivery wagon, first class running order:
suitable for laundry or grocery, HCj S. SAN
PEDRO ST. 12-«-»
HAVE YOU AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE,
for exchange or otherwise Then use TUB
HERALD'S clasalilml automobile columns.
10-14-tf
3|USICAL INSTRUCTION—
SAVE MONET. VOUn AI'VT. THREE
times lot the price of two. or sevtn times
for the price of five, If piebald. U-l-tt
tjnUKCtt NOTICES—
Temple Baptist Church
AUDITORIUM BEAUTIFUL,
Firth and Olive Sis.
DR. BRCUGHER. PASTOR,
U a. m.—"How to Save a City Official."
Mrs. Bacon, soloist.
7:30 p. m.—"A Man's a Man for a 1 That."
Fourth In sertea on "Popular Proverbs."
Mr. Gregg, soloist.
ORGAN RECITAL, 7:15.
Chimes. Great Chorus. Baptism.
12-10-1
THE INDiPENDENT
CHURCH OF CHRIST
EIGHTEENTH AND FIGUEROA US.
REV. .1. S. THOMSON, PASTOR.
Sunday service at 11 a. m.. subject of
sermon. "The Millennium in the Twen
tieth Chapter of Revelation." Solo by
Geneva Jennings Uaker. "No Night
There." Solo by Mrs. Etholda A. Drake.
"Like as the Weart Deslreth." Miss
Charlotte T. Herroli, organist. The Har
mony Bible class at 10 a. m. All are in
vited, especially strangers. 12-10-lt
First Congregational Church
Hope St.. Near Ninth.
Rev. WM. HORACE DAY. D. D., PASTOR.
11 a. m.—The pastor will preach. Tenor
solo by Mr. K. 11. Jones.
"EVENINGS IN PALESTINE."
7:4r> p. m.—Dr. Day will give the first of
his Illustrated lectures on the Holy Land,
subject, 'GALILEE, THE BOYHOOD
HOME OF JESUS." 12-10-1
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
Corner FlfUaro* and Tenth sts. Rev. Hugh
K. Walker, D. D., pastor. The pastor will
preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. tomorrow.
Morning subject. "Tho Interpretation of
Values.' Evening subject, "The Pitiful Imi
tation of tlie Heal Thing." All are cordi
ally Invited.
C. E. societies meet at 3, 4 and 6:15 p. m.
Bible school at 9:30 a. m. 12-10-1
Get-Acquainted Society
717.. Kast Ninth et. Socials Friday and
Tuesday evenings; games, music, program,
refreshments. Reputable strangers welcome.
Sunday forenoon lectures, 11 a. m. Free oru
tory clnss lecture Sunday evening. 5:15. "The
Best Chemical Combination of Foods." Sun
day evening. 7:15 p. m., by Otto Carque, food
scientist. Admission free. 12-9-3
Los Angeles Fellowship
Reynold E. Blight, Minister
II a. m., service, at lilanchard hall, 233
S. Broadway. Subject. "Is It Ever Per
missible to Tell a Lie?-" Prelude, "The
Future of Christian Science." All seats
free : 12-10-21
Broadway Christian Church
Opposite the Court House.
Bible school fit 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11
a. in. by B. F. Coulter, minister, and at 7:43
p. m. by John C. Hay, associate minister.
Communion following the morning discourse.
Young People's meeting, 6:30 p. m. Welcome
all. 12-10-1
First Unitarian Church
Flower st., between Ninth and Tenlh sts..
University and W. Ninth st. cars. E. Stan
ton Hodgin, minister. Subject for Sunday
morning, Dec. 11, "Who Are Onr Prophet*'."'
Sunday school and Young People's meeting
at 10 o'clock.^ 12-10-1
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for the price of 1. or 7 Insertions for the
price :t 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
PEMEL HALL, 227 S. MAIN-NOON PRAY
er meeting dally; gospel meeting every
olgr.t »-l-tf
_»HYSICIANS—
FOUR GENERATIONS
ALL ARE DOCTORS
DR. LOK GEE QUAN,
formerly of the Pekln Fanltarlum, has re
cently arrived In this city. Dr. Qiran la the
great grandson of Dr. L. M. Quan, who
founded the Pekln sanitarium In 1770 in
Pekin, China. Like bis father and grand
father, Dr. Lok Gee Quan had his opportu
nity to practice at the old renowned sani
tarium for 15 years and is £lad to meet
any ot^e who destres to consult with him
about Ills ailment at 921 B. Hill st. He
uses the Chinese herbs only, especially Im
ported from their headquarters in Pekin.
Consultation and pulse diagnosis FREE.
Pekin Chinese Herbs Company
921 S. HILL ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Phone Bdwy. 2785.
I
12-4-7
DOCTORS TAKE NOTICE—I WANT TO
find a doctor with a diploma to trtke hold
of a proposition to establish a cancer
sanitarium. I have the cure for cancer;
can prove It to you; have proven It for
over 50 years. Address "CANCER," box
272. Herald. 12-9-31
DR C C. LOGAN. Oculist. 612 Grant Bldg.
l-19-tt
jJATENTS^AND'PATENT 'AGENTS
MARTELL A CO.. PATENT SOLICITORS.
332-503 Germain bldg. F4761,
Protect your Ideas. Big money In It.
"Our Special Letter on Patents."
What to invent. Free.
gend model or sketch. Opinion free.
12-4-7
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BTHAUSE. ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS.
American and foreign patents secured and
trademarks ieglst.?red. PATENT LITIGA
TION. 639 Citizens National Bank Building,
Third and Main. Horn- A 1433; Main 2522.
PATENT BOOK FREE. *-3-tf
J. 6. ZERBE. SOLICITOR. UNITED STATES
and foreign patents; 40 years' experience.
622-3 STIMSON BLDG., Third and Main.
Phone A 6344. 10-l-tf
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS. ALL COUN
tr!»i. A. H. LIDDERS. patent '.r.wyer and
solicitor. 612 Am. Bank bldg . 2d and Spring.
10-16-tf
JTOR EXCHANGE—ReaI Estate
WE WORK WONDERS WITH TRADES.
Try us. STACY. »04 gay bldg. 11-i;-eod-tf
J^TOR EXCHANGE—Miscellaneous
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION. IF PRE
paid, your ad three times for the price
of 'wo, or seven times for the price of
five. U-t-tl
f CAN MATCH ANY EXCHANGE; WMAI
have you? DU BOSE. 701 Gross* Bldg.
ni«7. tU-u-U
HAIR DRESSERS—
I INSERTIONS OS" A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions foil the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
/ SSAYERS—
JOHN A. HUNTER. M. E.,
Metallurgist, chemist and assayer. FS7SI.
217 W. NINTH ST. K'-S-tt
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I INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for ttas
pric* of C *sk The Herald counter man.
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times fbi tiie price of two, or seven times
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times for the price rf two. or seven tlmw
for ths prlca of fits, If prepaid. 11-1-tf
WANTED—MaIe Help
WANTED—WORKMEN BY LARGE CON
tractlng company; can learn trade of
electricity, automobiles, plumbing, brick
laying In few months. No expense for In
- struethionj actual contract work, not toys
and books; 200 students last year. Write
for free Information, or apply UNITED
TRADH SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO.,
«5S Pacific Eloctrjo bld«. ' 12-l-tf
WANTED- "" ,
A Few First-Class Solicitors
FOR CITY AND ROAD WORK FOR WELL
KNOWN PUBLICATION WITH BUILDING
LOT NEAR LOS ANGELES AS A PREMI
UM: TERRITORY PREPARED; BIG PAY
FOR THE RIGHT MEN. APPLY ROOM S.
143 SOUTH BROADWAY. . IS-10"3
WANTED-« 70 MONTH; CUSTOMS. INTER
naI revenue, railway mall clerks: list of
spring examinations in Los Angeles now
ready; conimon education sufficient; prepara
tion free. Write Immediately. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE, Dept. 13A. Rochester, N. Y.
11-12-13-19-20-26-27—
AUTOMOBII.INO. SURVEYING. ELECTRI
CAL ENGINEERING,
plumbing and bricklaying taught at the
National School of Engineering,
lilt W. SEVENTH ST. i> tf
WANTED—AT ONCE; ALL AROUND JOB
pressman; permanent place; steady man;
union shop; state salary expected and ex
perience in first letter; no booze lighter
wanted. Address BOX 687, Bakerslleld. Cal.
12-10-3
WANTED—INTELLIGENT. HONEST MEN
to work In city. Good steady Job for
the right men. Apply to W. H. JUDD.
Herald office, before 8 a. m. or after
6:80 p. m. U-U-t*
IF YOU WANT HELP READ THE HB1I
•Id situation wanted columns^ *■__*
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The H-rald free of charge. ">•'»-"
WANTED—Female^ Help
WANTED-LADIES TO COPY ADVERTISE
ments; permanent, reliable home work; good
pay. Call between '-' and 3 Monday to Thurs
day. 628 S. FLOWER ST. 12-10-sat-tf
TELEPHONE OPERATORS, EXPERIENCE
unnecessary: salary while learning. Apply
sixth floor Eshman bldg., 321 W. SEVENTH
ST. 12-3-2W
WANTE.D-LADIES, BEAUTY CULTURE
pays big; learn right, sal«*fy guaranteed.
"FLORENTINE," the world's largest. 227
Mercantile place, coiner Broadway. 8-2-tf
IF YOU WANT HELP READ TUB HER
aid situation wanted columns. m 11-»-tt
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free "f charge. 10-11-tt
WANTED— Help, Male 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. - 8-.4-tf
SITUATION WANTED AD3 INSERTED IN
The Herald freo of charge^ 10-IS-tf
WANTED— Agent*
INTELLIGENT GIRL OR WOMAN SPARE
time, each locality; address envelopes, mail
- circulars; pay 15 cents hour, material, stamps
furnished free. REX MAILING AGENCY,
London. Ont. H^.". 1
SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN
TUB HERAtD FHEE OF CHARGE.
WANTED—Situations, Male
RELIABLE YOUNG MAN OF GOOD AD
.dress, 23 years of age, desires position;
' good clerk, knowledge of bookkeeping,
speaks Spanish fluently; willing to work
at anything In which a good future is
assured. Can furnish excellent references
covering a period of 5, years. Address
BOX 282. HERALD. __!__-
WANTED—SITUATION, BY RELIABLE
middle aged man. gardening or house
" work, care horse or automobile, ; few
hours dally or weekly. References. Ad
dress BOX 279. HERALD, 30 W. Colo
rado St., Pasadena. _^___I__.
YOUNG MAN WANTS TO LEARN TO
drive car; have engineer's license and good
knowledge of machinery; wiling to give time
as compensation while learning; temperate
habits; references. Address BOX 1%, HeraM.
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 270, Herald.
12-3-it
SITUATION WANTED—STRONG, HEALTHY
man, handy with tools, also good at painting,
wants to set work with contractor to look
after small things; not afraid of work. D.
B. FINLEY. iiHS S. Olive St. Main «•*•'';.
WANTED— BY MAN PAST 60. A PLACE
to chore; understands cure of chickens or
horse tut will take anything In that line.
PATRICK HOBEN. 317 San Pedro • ■■•
corner Fourth and San Pedro. 12-8-lut
WANTED—SITUATION AS HANDY MAN
around residence, outside or Inside work or
Janitor, or housework by hour or day, etc.,
by reliable middle-aged man; references
A-lr.-as BOX 2"6, Herald. . ' "■•>•'
BASS SINGER ' WISHES POSITION IN
choir or concert soloist; experienced in male
Quartet work; salary not so much object as
practice. JOHNSON, Room 145 Wilson bite.,
102 S. Spring st. _*'_
EXPERT BOOKKEEPER AND CASHIER
wants position; elderly man, single, experi
enced in many kinds of business; expert at
ilgures. Address J. MALONEY, W7V4 W.
Eighth st. 12-107
AGREEABLE, TEMPERATE, ELDERLY
Swede wishes some light work; handy with
carpenter's tools. Address C. GUSTAFSO.V,
Swedish Employment Bureau, l*l!i 3. Broad
way. --10 7
WANTED-A POSITION TO CARE FOR
garden and lawns; work carefully done;
charges reasonable; had experience; white
man. Address P. L., 281«',i San Pedro, olty.
SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG MAN, ALL
around machinist or auto driver; wile will-
Ing to do general housework. Call phone
E. 335, or 1621 V. N. BROADWAY. 12-7-7
WANTED—BY MIDDLE-AGED MAN. SlTU
atlon In saloon or restaurant: experienced;
or any kind of work; speaks German. JOS.
SCHMITT. 231 N. Broadway. 12-7-7
WANTED—BY EXPERIENCED ASSISTANT
steward or storeroom man, a position In ho
tel, restaurant or steamship. Address JOHN
L. SIMPSON, 109 W. 14th st. 12-7-7
SITUATION WANTED—BY SINGLE MAN,
middle-aged German, as houseman or watch
man; can give references. GEOHGE PLOT
ZINGEH. 41814 Ruth aye. 12-7-7
WANTED— POSITION AS FOREMAN ON
ranch; have had experience with fruit trees
and stock: mv work speaks for Itself. Ad
dress BOX'2BI, Herald. 12-7-7
a GERMAN, middle AGED and sin
gle, wishes work In a grocery store or
bar room; good references. W. BOH LING,
123 N. Kern st. _12 91
SITUATIONS WANTED — 2 YOUNG MEN,
at anything; we'l educated and retlned;
willing to travel anywhere. Address BOX
274. Herald. 12-7-7
WANTED—POSITION BY CHEF COOK, IN
or out of city. State wages. Restau
rant preferred. Address BOX 150, HER
ALD. , »-»-»
SITUATION WANTED—BY CHAUFFEUR
and gardener or coachman; competent, all
around, on private place, city or country;
wages moderate, Addres BOX 195, Herald.
12-3-7
INTELLIGENT SWEDE, 33, WISHES SlTU
atlon as handy man around residence, out
side or Inside work; steady man, who under
stands English, perfectly. Address BOX 271.
Herald. • 18-7-4t
SITUATION WANTED—SIGN PAINTING,
sign writing, buggy or wagon painted cheap;
envelopes addressed by 100 or IChW. Address
M. I* C, 917 McGorry St., city. 12-10-7t
YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE WISHES Po
sition In rooming house or full chargo
of same. Am painter by trade. OEU.
C. ALLEN, box 60, Herald. lt-9-lt
BY YOUNG MAN OF 24, SITUATION IN
auto repair shop; t years' experience on all
makes of cars; salary moderate. Address
KOX 1S«. Herald. l?->-2
•WANTED—POSITION BY HXPERIEN 1 '■-
Packard chauffeur. Best eastern refer
ence. F.xeellont service guaranteed. BOX
185, HERALD. «-J-7t
WANTED—Situations, Male
EXPERIENCED. COMPETENT BOOK
keeper and office man desires position.
Excellent references, Willing to go out of
city. Address BOX 244. HERALD.
11-16-tf
A FIRST CLASS, UP-TO-DATE FRENCH
i and Italian cook: have worked for ( years In
the highest class cafe In Los Angeles; 30
years' experience and, never worked only In
the highest class places. Phone , Boyle 2133.
P. ZAWPPA, 406 N. Bailey st. 11-U-tf
CHAUFFEUR-MECHANICIAN WANTS PO
sitlon either In the shop or private; have
had long experience In all branches of the
business on all makes; careful and thor
ough. Al references, W. PAYNE, 1110
Santee. U-8-7t
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. 328 Boyd
St. 13-4-4
WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN, 19 TEARS
of age, with knowledge of stenography and
typewriting, position with real estate firm or
In lawyer's office, with chance to learn busi
ness and advance: good references. Phono
EAST 2368. 12-9-7
WANTED—SITUATION AS CHOREMAN
or stableman, city or country, by middle
aged man,' handy around horses, OOWS,
chickens, garden or any other kind of
work. Address J. OBHIGHT, 118 li'oyd
st. v- 12-10-71
YOUNG MAN DESIRES POSITION IN AN
office or store; has had 8 years' ex
perience In general office work: under
stands bookkeeping, stenography and
typewriting. BOX 270, HERALD.
12-8-7t
WANTED—SITUATION, BY A YOUNG
lady with one child 5 years old, boy;
housework, chamber maid or waitress.
Address MRS. M. L., 653 San Julian st.
12-8-10t
WANTED—POSITION AS CHAUFFEUR ON
any kind of car; expert; will do other kind
Of work; would work first week as trial
without salary. MAIN PASADENA BE9B.
_-10-il
TWO YOUNG MEN, GOOD EDUCATION.
open for responsible positions; have initiative
and executive ability; no canvassing or so
liciting. J. McAVOY, Redondo. 12-7-7
FIRST CLASS CARPENTER ON BUNOA-
Iows or small houses, able to design and
read plans, wants position as foreman by
day. BOX 137. HERALD. 12-6-7t
WANTED—BY YOUNG MAN OF 24, SlT
uatlon in auto repair shop; 2 years' expe
rience on all makes of cars; salary mod
orate. BOX 213. HERALD. , 12-8-7t
WANTED—POSITION. BY A MARRIED
man of 20; well acquainted with city;
cannot do heavy lifting. R. JEWELL, 4-3
v E. Seventh st. 12-6-7t
CHAUFFEUR DESIRES POSITION! FIVE
yearn' experience in factory, garago an,l
road, Willing to travel. KARL HAUSER,
1110 Santee. U'-«-7t
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN.
age 2:'; hard work no object; steady and
reliable. JOHN PESLIN. box 13. Dolgo
ville, Cal. ____.'
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNO MAN
of good habits. Will work at any com
mon labor. In or out ot city. BOX 339,
HERALD. 12'5-'t
WANT POSITION AS FLOOR WALKER
either in dry goods or shoe store: experi
enced Call or write C. _,' PUTNAM, 633
S. Hill St. 12-4-10t
SITUATION WANTED AS GARDENER OR
houseman; small wages expected: I want
any kind of work. Phones A4BBI, Main 6726.
J. MORDYEN. 12-10-7
BY YOUNG MAN OF IS; WILL DO MOST
anvthlng; would like to learn a trade of
some kind. Address BOX 181, Herald.
12-10-7
\NTED—BY ELDERLY MAN, LIGHT,
steady Job In sanitarium or attending to
garden, lawn, etc. W. LIGGINS. Phone
Sunset East 1507. 12-4-7
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency, >510 Vignes street. Main 6726; Home
A 4884." Men for housecleanlng, yard work and
general labor. ■ 8-84-tt
SITUATION WANTED—ADDRESSING EN
velopes or other advertising matter by the
100 or 1000. Address MILKY, 917 MoGarry
St.. city. *-~4-7
SITUATION WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED
gardener; will work by day or contract;
prices reasonable. J. W. ROBERTS, General
Delivery. 12-3-71
COMPETENT GENERAL SERVANT, MlD
dle-aged, small family, plain cooking; good I
(vases. Apply 369 W. AVENUE 63, Highland
Park. US-It
SINGLE MAN, 23. DESIRES WORK THAT
will merge Into apiary work season of 1911;
one year's experience. Address BOX 214,
Herald. > ;
WANTED—CARPENTER WORK. DAY, JOB
or contract; estimates furnished free. All
work guaranteed. PHONE SOUTH 2107 ;
WANTED-STEADY WORK BY YOUNG
married man: will do anything. J. W.
HUDSON, Apartment 3, 146 S. Beaudry.
SITUATION ANWTED—WORK OF ANY
kind by energetic young man; steady and
reliable; reference. Address BOX 353, Herald.
12-9-7
YOUNG GERMAN MAN, 20, WISHES PO
sitlon In grocery to learn the , business;
speaks English. Address BOX IN, Herald.
12-3-7
GRADUATE NURSE AND MASSEUR
wants private or institution work. J. I>.
MARTIN. 101054 San Pedro St. Homo FMM.
WANTED— TINTING AND PLASTER RE
pairing; good work and reasonable price.
NICOLL, 771 Ruth aye. Main 6l!i8.
12-6-71
A MAN OF ABILITY AND EDUCATION,
past 45, once a college president, can do any
thing, wants employment; beet of refs.
Phone BROADWAY 4502. 12-8-7
MAN, 40, DESIRES POSITION ASCAITETAK
er rooming house or general work about a
home; sober and Industrious; references. Tel
ephone MAIN 2555. 12-10-7
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO LEARN
to repair and run automobile; first week
gratis. Address BOX 191. HERALD.
12-8-71
YOUNG MAN, NEAT APPEARANCE,
wants outside work; experienced In gro
cery soliciting. ICOX 138, HERALD.
12"8*7t
WANTED—SITUATION, BY A GOOD
camp cook and baker. Address STRICTZ
NEIt, 671 Ceres aye., corner Seventh.
12-8-7t
! WANTED—A JOB AS METAL POLISHER
or grinder, or will do any kind of work.
S. P. G.. box 131, Herald. 12-9-7t
WANTED— POSITION BY MARRIED MAN
as gardener; good hand with horses: ref
erences. BOX 194. HERALD. • 12-8-71
, WANTED— BY YOUNG MAN. OPPORTUN-
Ity to work; can do office work. COLE,
719 Ottawa st. 12-8-itt
WANTED— BY MAN JUST FROM ' THE
east "any kind of a position. Address
334 E. FIRST ST. ._______■
WANTED—A JOB AT METAL POLISHING
or grinding, or work of any kind. S. P.
Q., box 13L Herald. 12-«-7t
POSITION WANTED— ALL ROUND DRAFTS
man and good constructionism Telephone
BROADWAY 1106. _____•
WANTED—PACKING JOB IN WHOLESALE
house; experienced hand., Address JIM, 911
McGorry Ft., city. ' 12-4-7
BARTENDER WISHES POSITION; TEM
perate- salary JS. Phone GEO. VINCENT,
88688 Home. , U-7-7t
WANTED—SITUATION BY EXPERIEN. -
ed marble and tile helper. Steady and
reliable. BOX 190, HERALD. 12-»-7t
WANTED—A BOY OF 16 WANTS A BlT
uatlon where a wheel will not be needed.
Phone HOME AOOSS. " ' *«•»•«
WANTED-A JOB AS METAL POLISHER
or grinder, or will work at anything. Ad
dre»3 BOX 131. Herald. l£-10-7t
ELDERLY MAN, HANDY WITH TOOLS,
wants work: small wages. B. HILL. 440 E.
Fourth St. Phone Broadway 9722. 12-10-7
TOi-Nn HOT t!» YEARS OF AGE WANTS
positU-n as bellboy. BOX 280, v HERALD.
WANTED— Situations, Male
X2T^N r D^o!^K?^
construction. Tel. B'WAY 29J-. la-w-T
VICTOR DESHAYKS, COOK, Hi CROCKKII.
Phone 4601 Broadway. / m-t-t
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald '""» it charge. 10-lt-tt
WANTED—Situaiionh,r«ini»le::;'.
WANTED—POSITION BY MIDDLE AGED
American lady as working housekeeper
for aed couple, or caring for Invalid and
light fluties; will go out of city. Address
BOX 189, HERALD. '••'•■"
NEAT YOUNO LADY DESIRES POSITION
as stenographer; two years' experience;
knowledge of bookkeeping: begin on moder
ate salary. Call up after « p. m. Western
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 1524V4 N. Broadway.
MRS. P. .1. MEANEY. "-*-<
NEAT. CAPABLE WOMAN WOULD LIKE
work by the day cleaning, cooking or
plain sewing, or would be housekeeper for
widower. Address K. M. D.. room 8. 8.8
S. Bunker Hill aye. _____
WANTED—BY REFINED. ACTIVE WOM
an. varied duties in nice family; nursing,
■swing! understands housekeeping; not »
domestic. «OX 179. Herald. »»•*•'
WANTED—WOMAN WOULD LIKE TO
take care of children evenings and Hun
days. Can furnish best of references.
I Phone BDWY. 3413. la" „_
NEAT YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER;
can use any mauhlnn; willing to begin
with- moderate salary; hud ■ previous ..ex
perlence. Phone HDWY. 3838^ 12-2-9t
STENOGRAPHEP.r BEGINNER, DESIRES
position; knowledge of bookkeeping: will be
gin on moderate salary. Call up Broadway
Ml. MISS HATTIE SCHMIDT. 12-7-6
ELIVERLY LADY WISHES WORK OF ANY
kind; am a good cook; would assist In
kitchen or take enro of children. MRS.
C, box 207, Herald. *?!_
WANTED- BT EXPERIENCED NURSE,
nosltlun to caro for elderly person. Invalid
Or convalescent. Address 715 AYE. 61.
■ Phono East 137. 18-10-4t
wanted"— position IN DELICACY.
bakery, grocery or cafeteria, by a thor
oughly experienced young woman. BOX
207, HERALD. ___!__
YOUNG LADY WITH A 1 OIL LINK EX
perience wants position as stenographer, blu
er or price work. Can give reference. Phone
EAST Cl 4. ?__^
DRESSMAKING, TO WORK OUT
by the day; good sewer; will work for $1.25
a day. fall West 3336. Nil HALLDALE
AYE. 12-7-7t
NEAT YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER;
knowledge of bookkeeping: previous exper
ience. Phone BROADWAY 3838. 12-4-7
WANTED—BY WHITE YOUNG WOMAN,
day work, washing. ironing, etc. 555 W.
SIXTY-SIXTH. 12-8-7t
PLACE TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK OR
assist In nice home, by refined woman.
PHONE A 1477. 12-8-7t
GERMAN GIRL WANTS GENERAL
housework; good cook; $35 per month. Phone
F1614. 12*
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WOULD
like work by the day. Phone MAIN
lltt. »-s-7t
LAUNDRY WORK. PLAIN AND FANCY".
to bring home. PHONE TEMPLE 1988.
» 12-6-7t
SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE.
10-18-tl
SITUATION WANT ADS. INSERTED IN"
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE^
A COLORED WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
day. Phone BROADWAY 2021. 12-8-U
W ANTtD—Situations, Male & Fern.
YOUNG AMERICAN -MARRIED COUPLE
with no children desire position In room-
Ing house or charge same; can furnish
written reference; man Is painter and.
decorator by trade. Address MR. AND
MRS. G. C. ALLEN, box 803. HERALD.
WANTED— Male & Fern.
WANTED—IF YOU WANT MEN OR WOMEN
to da any kind ot labor or mechanical work.
please call OLIVE BRANCH MISSION. 7041
E. Fifth st. Phone Main 2668. 11-12-W
SITUATION wanted ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-18-tf
\y AiN'l'hJ— :.--ses
WANTED — HOUSES. save' "agents;
commission, advertise your home In a way
that pays. We have people calling every
day for a copy of the "Home Buyers'
Directory," which contains a list and de
scription of houses which are for sals by
the owners. CALIFORNIA HOME AD
VERTISING BUREAU, 330 Citizens Na
tional Bank bldg. Horns A 5206, Main 897.
12-»-7t
yy ANTED— Purchase Stock
WANTED—
Stock in tha Los Angeles Investment com.
cany; any amount up to $40,000; will pay
within » per cent of the cnmT>any*s selllna
pries. O. ¥„ cars Globs Savings Bank.
«-ll»U
\yANTED—To Purchase Real Estate
WANTED—RESIDENCE LOTS, REDONDO
Beach. Owners only need answer. X.
T. C- box 260. Herald. ljj-»-3t
WANTED— Miscellaneous
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 758 SAN PEDRO BT. Phones Mala
1106; FBO4l. tt-n-it
CASH PAID FOR FEATHERS.
8427 S. MAIN. Phone 24913. S. BS6I.
v 11-30-tt
jY^uiMfcy TO LOAN— :
MONET TO LOAN
$90,000 to loan un real estate, city or country.
I to 7 per cent, amount to suit. MOVER
_ GILBERT, 802 H. W. Hellman bldg.
Hcme phone A 8827; Main 6471 10-1-tf
/MONEY TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T.
Johnson Bldg. ' 8-14-tt
R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDO..
will loan you what you need on real es
tate, stocks and bonds. Building loans a
specialty. ■ *-*-tt
1 HAVE *200 TO $50,000 FOR REAL ES
tate loans, city or country. Money wait
ing. R. W. MOVER, 604 Frost bldg.
F6107. lt-1-tt
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, IF PRE
paid, your ad three times for the pries of
of two, or seven times for the pries of
five. . 11-2-tt
MONET TO _OAN-FUli_ VALUE ON
diamonds, witches, pianos, furniture, stor
age receipts. O. *'. THOMAS, 711 8. Broaa
way. m-«)-tl
TO LOAN SALARIED PEOPLE: NO RED
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COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Henne bldg. 10-4-tt
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY UN
tll you sea me. F. A. NEWTON, 708 O. T.
Johnson bldg. . 11-»-tf
$500' TO $10,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. L. O'BRIEN A CO.. Jefferson and Main.
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LOST—BETWEEN 935 8. UNION AV_.
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St., two diamond rings, two large soil
tares, one set with emerals same size.
Return to 985 8. UNION AYE., or 901)
N. Broadway and receive $25 reward.
12-8-8t
I INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT ~AD
(or the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
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reward. Phone SOUTH 5087 ' 12-10-1
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