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Good People Mead mi Patronize Her aid Want Columns- -You're leading Them Now, M Yonf atromizc Them?
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 ln
•tructblon; actual contract work, not toys
and books; 200 students last year. Write
for free Information, or apply UNITED
. TRADE] SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO..
669 Pacific Electric blag. 18-1-tt
WANTED—
7 First Class- Solicitors
for city and road work; also one _ man
competent to handle crow on road. It you
are looking; for big money and willing to
work, apply betwoen 9:30 a. m. ian«i _»
p. m. at BOOM S, 143 B. BROADWAY.
WANTED— ■». ■'"■■■ ■"; .
A Few First-Class Solicitors
TOR CITY AND ROAD WORK FOR WELL
KNOWN PUBLICATION WITH BUILDING
LOT NEAR LOS ANGELES AS A PREMI
UM! TERRITORY PREPARED! 810 PAY
FOR THE RIGHT MEN. APPLY BOOM 5
143 SOUTH BROADWAY. »-""'
AUTOMOBILING. SURVBTING, ELECTRI
CAL ENGINEBRING.
plumbing and bricklaying taught at the
National School of Engineering. g^
3110 W. SEVENTH ST.
WANTED - A TRUSTWORTHY OFFICE]
mriger; position permanent; salary paid,
exceptional opportunity for a hustler; must
Invest two thousand dollars, fully secured.
Address SUPERVISOR, care Herald Agency.
San Bernardino. 12'14 tr
A VACANCY OCCURS FOR A LIVE MAN
lit Sacramento; steady; salary paid: refer
ince* required; must also put up $1500: splen
did chance. Write MANAGER IS., care Her
ald Office. San Bernardino. 13-"-' '
WANTED-BY WATER COMPANY, A GOOD
stock salesman; chance seldom offered; steal
berth with bright future. Address DR.
KVANS, Box 1«3. San Bernardino. 12-14-tf
WANTED — MACHINIST ON ENGINE
work; Investment secured, and permanent
employment. Call 234 11. W. HKLLMAN
BLDQ. ■■• 12'18'3t
IF YOU WANT HELP READ TUB HER
aid situation wanted column*. *___
HITtIATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. lfrUhtf
RANTED— Female Help n
WANTED—AT THfTfIFTH ST. STORE,
EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEN IN EV.
ERY DEPARTMENT. WE CAN ALSO
USE INEXPERIENCED EDUCATED,
,YOUNG WOMEN OVER 1* WHO ARE
DESIROUS lIF LEARNING TUB DRY
GOODS BUSINESS. APPLY TO M IM.K
INTENDENT BKFORB 8:30 A. M. COME
KEADY FOR WORK. 12-16-lt
'
WANTED—A GOOD WOMAN COOK FOR
Institutional work, or man find wife to
take charge of kitchen an,! dining room,
must be careful, clean people. Christians
preferred. Good wage* and steady posi
tion to right people. Call at office up
stairs, til WILMINGTON ST.. c ty.be
i ween 8 «nd 9 a. in. Phono Main 2009.
1 1 - 1 O- i. I
WANTED-LADIEB." BEAUTY CULTURE
p»yii big; learn right, salary guaranteed.
••FLORENTINE." the world's largest. 2*7
Mercantile place, corner Broadway. »-3-tI
TELEPHONE OPERATORS. EXPERIENCE
unnecessary; salary while learning. Apply
sixth floor Eshman bldg.. 321 W. SEVENTH
BT 12-S-2W
WANTED — TEACHER FOR CO I'NTHV
school In Arizona. »70, six month*. BOIN
TON TEACHERS AGENCY, 63« Slimson
bin. :^;--- _^_I__l
WANTED—GENERAL HOUSE GIRL AND
cook; small family: "untlngtoj, rt rive.
Apply 700 H. W. HELLMAN nLDG.^ i n
IF YOU WANT HELP READ THB) HER
ald situation wanted columns. U-3-tt
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Hersld free of charge. IQ-I»;t'_
RANTED— Help, Male and Female
WANTED-MEW AND WOMEN TO LEARN
the barber trade; guaranteed in eight weeks.
Catalogue free. MOLER BARBER COL
LEGE. 123 E. Second st , ._ .
SITUATION WANTED ADS If»BERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-H-tt
WANTED— Agents ____
SITUATION WANTED ADS. INSERTED IN
THB HERALD FKEB Or CHARGE
RANTED— Situations, Male
YOUNd MAN FROM MASSACHUSETTS. Ex
perienced 111 executive purchasing work. In
tends «o locate here permanently; training
has brought familiarity with office systems
and devices and several Ines of trade; ag
gressive, temperate, In perfect health; can
handle help, good correspondent; Interview
solicited. Address BOX 82, Herald. 11-11-1
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN
of IS as bookkeeper, bill clerk or other
office work: have had 16 months' ex
perience in general office work; can oper
ate typewriter, read. write and speak
German and English: best references. Ad
dress WM. SCHULTE3, 1310 Los An»JM
f street. 11-11*1
WANTED— POSITION IIY A PRACTICAL
die and toolmaker: competent to design
and make all kind* of dies, to..;* Jigs,
etc., for stamping, blanking, drawing,
farming, sheet, metal, compound and nub
press dies; first-class executive ability and
eastern reference. Address W. W. WHIIU
HEAD, Penitl House, 827 8. Main *t. *.^
IJ-14- i
AMERICAN. S5 YEARS OLD. FOUR YEARS'
experience sto^k management, head of ship
ping and receiving depts., progressive. Initi
ative and executive ability, desire* permanent
position;- In perfect health; good salesman;
salary secondary to opportunity. Address
BOX 6«, Herald. ■ U-11-7
WANTED — SITUATION, BY MAN 40
year* old. as houseman or handy man;
, understands the caro and repair of steam
boilers and engines,; also understands gas
oline and electrical machines; want steady
position; best of references from govern
ment work. H. C. HANSEN. box 406.
Long Beach. Cat. x 12-13-7t
WANTED—POSITION OR HOME BY
handy m*n; lias acted as caretaker tor
years «nd will furnish Al references from
employer* here In Los Angeles; under
stand* gardening, housecleanlng and car.
penter work. etc. Address A. R. M..
BOX JT. Herald. "•"•T
PLEASE <MVB V* YOUR WORK; HOUSB
• cleaning, garden work, cleaning up yards.
cellars, windows, etc.; help furnished free
at short : notice. Address or phone OLIVE
BRANCH MISSION. 706 E. Fifth »t., Los
Angeles. Main 2558. i ' 12-U-14t
SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN.,
carpenter, who has had five years' experi
ence as a bench hand and six months on
Mulshing work: will accept any offer for •
good lon* finishing Job. Write 11. ROBINS,
• 1240 W. Colton St. - 13-11-7
A FIRST CLASS. UP-TO-DATE FRENCH
and Italian cook: have worked for 5 year* IB
the highest class cafe In Los Angeles; 39
year*' experience and never worked only In
the highest class places. Phone Boyle 2133.
P. ZAWPPA. 406 N. Bailey at. 11-U-tf
EXPERIENCED, COMPETENT BOOK
keeper and office man desires position.
Excellent references. Willing to go out ol
city. Address BOX 244. HERALD.
„ „ ii-io-tr
WANTKD-BY A YOUNG MAN. 19 YEARS
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. Phone
MAST 2363. - , • ■. ■ 1--9-7
WANTED—SITUATION AS CHOREMAN
, or stableman, city or country, by middle
aged man, •• handy around horse*, -i cow*.
chicken*, g*rd*n or any other hlnoV-of
work. Address .J. OBRIGIIT, 32« ■ Boyd
POR SALE—Orange Groves I
! Including Ample Water Rights
South Porterville District
A tract containing 1300 to 1500 acres of choice slightly rolling
foothill orange land and adjoining producing orange groves on
\ one side. This property with water developed on it would read
ily command from $100 to $125 per acre. Within 2£ miles of
( good town and railroad. White river runs through the tract for
| a distance of one mile and riparian water rights attach tq the land j
{ for two miles —thus insuring ample water at all times at small |
( expense. Recent oil developments on adjacent lands. Price for \
a short time only $45 per acre. Terms on part. Investigate this
| and other good things listed with us exclusively.
RENTSCH <& CO.
Porierville Poplar Lands
210 Central Byiiding
| Telephone Home F5702 Sixth and Main Sts.
WANTED—Situations, Male
WANTED—POSITION AS CfHAUFTEUR;
competent to drive and take care of either
White Bteamer or high grade gas car; now
employed In leading garage.; beat city ref
erences. BOX 561, HERALD. 12-15-7t
WANTED-EMPLOTMENT HT YOUNG MAN
while taking automobile course: understand
furnaces and steam heat. Address P. T. 8.,
care United Trade School, city. ■ U-l»-7t
SITUATIONS WANTED—BY I YOUNG JlAR
rled men: prefer position* on ranch a* full
charge: wage* no object. H. FITZSIMMONH.
423 E. Seventh st. 12-11-7
WELL EDUCATED YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
habits and not afraid of work wants per
manent position. Phone Main 2348. 515V4 W.
SEVENTH ST., Itooin 30. 12-11-7
STABLEMAN OR SHOREMAN DESIRES
position; middle-aged, experienced, sober
and handy man; best references. Addres*
F. W., 255 E. Second st. 12-11-7t
INSIDI2 SALESMAN, YOUNG MAN. GOOD
■ales ability, Ucalres position where rellued
and courteous handling of trade Is essential.
Address BOX 66. Herald. 12-11-7
SITUATION WANTED AS QARDENER OR
houseman; small wages expected; I want
anr kind of work. Phones A 4884. Main 67:6.
J. MORDIfEN. 12-10-7
MAN AND WIFE OFF OF FARM IN EAST
want work; ranch preferred. Address 261 N.
FI.OWKIi, Room 1, Lob Angeles. Phone
Broadway 1741. - 12-11-7
MARRIED MAN. SOBER AND HANDY
around machinery and pumps, want* work
at anything. 62» S. SICIIEL, ST.
12-13-it
WANTED—POSITION BY CHEF COOK, IN
or out of city. .State wages. Restau
rant preferred. Address BOX 150, HER
ALD. ia-U-7t
SITUATION WANTED—SIGN PAINTING,
■Ign writing, buggy or wagon painted cheap;
envelopes addreßued by 100 or 1000. Addren*
M. L. ('.. »17 McGarry St., city. 12-10-Jt
WANTED — POSITION. BY MAN AND
wife; man experienced chauffeur; wife
good cook; best of eastern references.
BOX 188. HERALD. ___. »-»»Tt
MAN, 4urDESIRES~POsiTION A3 CARETAK-
Br rooming house or general work about a
home: sober and Industrious; reference*. Tel
ephone MAIN JSH. 12-10-7
BET H L HE M FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency, 610 Vlgne* street. Main 6728; Home
A«Sfc4. Men for houseuleanlng, yard work and
general labor. l-2*-tt
WANTED—POSITION AS COLLECTOR OR
solicitor; years of experience; can get the
money. Addresa X. Y. Z., 1225 Vi 8. Los
Angeles st. Xl-U-It
WANTED—SITUATION. HY MOVING PlC
tute operator: city license; 3 years' ex
nerlouco. 1142 SANTEE ST. Phone Bdwy.
8711. 18-15-71
WANTED—TINTING AND PLASTER RE
pairing. Price reasonable and work sat
isfactory. NICOLL, 771 Ruth aye. Main
6«BS. , 1»-16 -1
SITUATION ANWTBD-WORK OF ANY
kind by energetic young man: steady and
reliable; reference. Address BOX 363, Herald.
114-1
WANTED—SITUATION. BY EXPERIENCE
ed electrician* helper; can work alone;
Al fixture man. Phone BDWY. 8711.
12*15"7t
SITUATION WANTED—BY ALL AROUND
miner, doing assessment work; wages or con
tract. Address D. MORRIS, 610 Vlgnes.
12-11-7
BY YOUNG MAN OF 18; WILL DO MOST
anything; would like to lrarn a trade ot
some kind. Address BOX ISI, Herald.
12-10-7
WANTED—POSITION. BY YOUNG MAN
stenographer, at once; ha* a knowledge
of bookkeeping also. BOX MS, HERALD.
* 1 -l(J-7t
NURSERYMAN. IS YEARS EXPERIENCE
In California In some of the best nurseries.
V. PA.IOT. lIS N. San Pedro st. 1215- it
WANTED—TO PAINT HOUSES BY THE
day: work done good and cost you little.
GEO. E. ALLEN. 521 San Julian at. 12-11-7
WANTED— A JOB AS METAL POLISHER
or grinder, or will do. any kind of work.
S. p. a, box 1.11, Herald. "'9"7t
WANTED—A JOB AS METAL POLISHER
or grinder, or will work at anything. Ad
drees BOX 131. Herald. 12-11-7
WANTED—WORK; CARPENTER'S HELP
«r or other work; young married man.
Phone BOYLE 1777. '2"-7'
m"an 40. CHRISTIAN. DESIRES POSl
tlnn of trust, or any kind of work. BOX
32, HERALD. , . ', 13-13-Tt
WANTED—EMPLOYMENT. AFTERNOONS
or nights. Address B. A. V.. liii* H.
, Seventh st. 12-13-7t
YOU~NG~MAN. 32 YEARS OLD. 18 LOOKING
for a ranch position. Address BOX 306, Her
ald. ___^ 12-U-7t
WANTED-A JOB AS METAL POLISHER
or grinder, or will work at anything. Ad
dress BOX 131, Herald. U-10-7*
ELDERLY MAN. HANDY WITH TOOLS,
wants work; small wages. B. HILL. 440 K.
Fourth St. Phone Broadway 9722. 12-10-7
WANTED—A JOB AS METAL POLISHEH
or grinder, or will do any kind of work.
BOX 131, HERALD. H-11-7t
WANTED—SOME KIND-HEARTED PER
son of mean* to assist a worthy person
in need. BOX 250. Herald. • 13-14.7
WANTED-BOOKKEEPER AND OFFICFI
man of experience desires position; local
references. Address BOX 30. Herald. U-U-7
WANTED—SITUATION BY BXPBRIBNI -
ed marble and tile helper, - Steady and
„ reliable. BOX 190. HERALD. ■ 13-9-7t
ALL ROUND CONCRETE WORK; GOOD IN
con»"ruotlon. Tel. BWAY 2»1«. ,:, U-10-7
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
Tit Herald rr«« or o-^i* 10-IS-U
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER L 6, 1010.
I pOR SALE—Orange Prove* V
WANTED—Situations, Male
RELIABLE MAN, LATE FOREMAN,
wants work; handy all 'round engineer;
at (present without license; experience
laying of telegraph cables across rivers
by cross alignments, sextant or quadrant;
experience In handling explosives, etc.; a
large experience in handling Hindus, Bur
■ mete, Sweahillcs and natives of E.
Africa, speaking Hindustan and Sweahi
lic. v BOX 122, HERALD. 12-18-7t
WANTED—SITUATION, BY ELDERLY
man; long year residence In city a* as
sistant in store, office or collection agency.
Can give very best reference; also bonds
If required. Address BOX 33. HERALD.
12-13-71
WANTED—SITUATION BY GERMAN,
aged 36; single; willing to do «ny kind of
work; experienced in the hotel and res
taurant business. Eastern references.
SCHMITT, 454 K. Fourth St. 12-16-7t
WANTED—SITUATION^ bit a YOUNU
lady with on* child 5 years old, boy;
housework, chamber maid or waitress.
Address MRS. M. L.. «53 San Julian st.
12-8-ltn
WANTED—BY MAN PAST 60. A PLACE
to chore; understands care of chickens or
horse, but will take anything In that line.
PATRICK HOBEN. 847 San Pedro St.,
corner Fourth and Ban Pedro. 12-6-10t
THOROUGH. ALL-ROUND PRINTER
wants position of responsibility or would
accept working interest In good Job plant.
Perfectly honest and reliable. Address
PRINTER, 1407 West 20th st. 12-14-7
EXPERT*" bookkeeper AND cashier
wants position; elderly man, single, experi
enced in many kinds of business; expert at
figures. Address J. MALONEY. 917* W.
Eighth st. "-10-7
AGREEABLE. TEMPERATE, ELDERLY
Swede wishes some light work: handy with
carpenter's tools. Address C. GUSTAFSON,
Swedish Employment Bureau, lOlli S. Broad
way. 13-10-7
STKADY MAN WANTS WORK ON GEN
tleman's private place: attend furnace, lawns,
horse, cow, etc.; will care for automobile;
experienced; Al reference. Address BOX 69,
Herald. 12-11-71
FRENCHMAN; HAVE SERVED IN
apartment store at Paris as detective,
want same Job here, or night watchman.
BOX 312, HERALD. 12-16-10t
WANTED—POSITION. BY A YOUNG MAN
who knows the city well: delivery or
ambulance preferred. BOX 239. HER
ALD. 12-16-7t
PRESSMAN, PLATEN AND UNIVERSAL;
familiar with all kinds of work: steady
man; easterner. Address BOX 811. HUB
alp. u.is-n
WANTED— JOB AS METAL POLISHER
or grinder, or will work at anything;
small wages. BOX 111, HERALD.
WANTED—SITUATION AS COOK BY A
German army cook. Address C. STETZ
NER, 671 Ceres aye., cor. .th. 12-14-7
WANTED—LAWN MAKING OR GARDEN
work. Address JOHN GARDNER. 1406
K. First st. _j -'16'7t
\yANTED—Situations, Female
WANTED— POSITION. AFTER JANUARY
1. 1911, a lady of long experience will
be open for a position as manager of ho
tel or large apartments: great experience
In buying in all lines; best of references.
BOX 264, HERALD. 12-13-7t
YOUNG LADY WITH A'l OIL LINE EX
perlence wants position as stenographer, blu
er or price work. Can give .reference. Phone
EAST 614. -, «-*•"
NEAT YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION
its stenographer; two years' experience;
begin on moderate salary. Call up after
8 p. m. WEST 5598. 12-15-U
A CAPABLE WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION
as cook and general work; wages, 830 to $36.
Address MRS. BEARD. 1267 Temple «t.
WANTED—POSITION AS COOK IN SMALL
boarding house or ranch, by elderly lady.
Address room «4, 310 N. BROADWAY.
11-K-lOt
POSITION AT HOUSEWORK BY DAY:
speedy worker, guarantee satisfaction.
Address BOX 35. Herald. 12-14-7
WANTED — CLEANING OR ASSIST
housework by day or hour. Young woman.
- Phon* BOYLB 1777. 12-11-7t
WANTED—A POSITION AS COOK, BT
competent middle aged woman. 657 M 8.
, HILL. Wages $86. 12.13-4'
GERMAN LAUNDRESS WANTS WORK,
goes out by the day. PHONE A 5198.
... ' 12-18-7t
• ITUATION WANTEP AD«. INSERTED IN
TUB HERALD FBE« Or CHARGE.
; „■ ■ > . 10-11-tI
BITL'ATION WANT ADS. INSERTED IS
THE HERALD FREE OF CHARGE.^
SITUATION WANTED — SWEEPING OR
Ironing by day. Phone SOUTH 7328. 12-11-7
WANTED—SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEP
ar. Address BOX 36, Herald. 12-14-7
\Y ANTED—Situations, Male & Fern.
SITUATION WANTED ADS INSERTED IN
The Herald free of charge. 10-U-U
ANTED—To Purchase Stock
WANTED—
■Hook In th* Los Angelea Investment eora
pany; any amount up to 140,000; will pay.
within . i par cent of th« comneny'a ••mm
price O. r.. cars Glob* Bavin,. Bank. „
) "—
WANTED— Purchase Real Estate
WANTED SCHOOL LANDS; SEND PULL
particular* as to location and term*. Ad
drti DR. EVANB, 813 X St., San Bernardino.
, I ■•■ 14- If
YYANTED— Miscellaneous
WANTED — LANTERN SLIDE* FOR
stereoptlcon; colore<l; with lecture pre
ferred; popular subject; give full partic
ular!, number, subject, condition, price
and where they may bo seen. BOX 131.
HERALD. 1;-"'-''t
WANTED-CABH PAID FOB FEATHER
bed*. 76« SAN PEDRO ST. Phones Main
1106; FBO4l. ' ' 12-17-tf
CASH TAID FOR FEATHERS.
8427 S. MAIN. Phono 21913. S. 8364.
11-Bn-tt
pOR Country Property
Ever '■
Thsok of It!
W» are selling land which we have recently
subdivided In 10 acres or more, near Le
Grand, Merced Co., Cal.. on the following
terms:
Five Years' Time on the Full
Purchase Price
by paying one. year's Interest In advance.
We only charge 5 per cent Interest per an
num. Frloe of land only
$100.00 PER ACRE
OR
You can pay 51 per acre cash and $1 each
month per acre, with 6 per' cent Interest on
deferred payment. THINK OF IT. 100
MONTHS to pay for this land.
We also have 800 acr«« in the best part of
Tularo county that wo arc selling on the
same terms.
Any one familiar with California lands will
tell you that Le Grand land is the very best
In California, tree from alkali or hardpan,
with abundance of cheap water.
Also remember that this land will pay In
terest for grain and Is Ideal • orange, fig,
alfalfa, vine*, or, in fact, anything can be
raised on thin land that wll grow anywhere.
Beautiful high school, and walking distance
from station makes this an Ideal place to
live. Tills land ought to bo worth 1500 per
tiers by th* time your last payment come*
due.
<JEO. J. SHOENHAIR.
87« Wllcoz Bldg.
Phono A 2334. 12-14-18-18-St
Cheap
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Lund
Is the Best Investment
WHAT WOULD YOU THINK
If you could get a full section of Southern
California land for 12.35 per acre? Re
member, this is the total cost for the
land and there are no requirements as to
work or residence.
$2.25 Per Acre
Is the Total Cost for a Deed
WELL. WE HAVE 640 ACRES AT THAT
PniCR AND ON THOSE CONDITIONS.
AH level agricultural land in center of
large fertile valley with plenty of water
and deep rich soil. Near railroad sta
tion. Only a look needed to be con
vinced. Half cash, balance to suit at 7
per cent. Call early.
W. H. Macomlber Co.
320-2-4 LAUGHLIN BLDG.
We specialize In cheap lands for investors.
12-13-4t
CHINO
Raoch
RICH ALFAJLFA AND FRUIT LAND
5 AND 10-ACRE TRACTS
SI mile* east of Los Angeles, adjoining
\ Pomona and Ontario.
$150 TO $175 PER ACRE
One-Fourth Cash, Balance 1, 2, 3,
and 4 Years—6%
An abundance of artesian water. Excel
lent transportation facilities. Convenient
to schools and churches. Ask for mar*
and llustrated booklets.
CHINO LAND AND WATER
COMPANY
Hi Wilcox Bide., Second and Spring Sis.,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Home phone A7MT. 12-16-lt
Acres \\ Vv S^v
For -op U U mJ>
In Los Angeles County
Flowing artesian water, sublrrtgated—wa
ter 8 feet. One mile from railroad. Near
two stations. Good alfalfa land. Worth
fZIOO. Must let go this week. Talk with
Edward . Scherman
ill Citizen* Rational Bank Bids., Third
and Main.
18-16-lt
$20 Per Acre
Apple, Pear and Alfalfa Land
This land absolutely level, cleared, de
composed granite, prefect land; nono bet
ter at any prlee; tills I will prove, or I
will pay your expense; 75 nillou north of
Lo* Angeles, Lou Angeles county; apples
and pear* have won prizes wherever ex
hibited. Build your future when you
have a chance. Hemember, this county
grows very rapidly: land In thl* district
Is selling from »40 to $110 per acre.
ALFALFA AND FRUIT LAND CO., til
Citizens National Bank bldg. 12-16-lt
SPLENDID VALUE
In Improved acreage; 600 feet of Santa
Ana electric line; rich sandy loam aoll.
suitable for alfalfa, walnuts or truck
farming. Water absolutely free. Good
house, large barn, some Implement*. Euca
lyptus grove will furnish, fuel. 33 acres
far only 18000. < IJOOO cu»h, balance long
term. GIBSON * SON. 50* O. T John
ion bids. AJ73I, Main 5530. i:-16- =
|/OR SALE— Houses
Closing Oul\
Odd Houses \
New, modern, complete homes, splendid interiors, best of neigh- ,
bors, parked streets, curbs, gas, electricity, telephones. First- ) |
class car service on Grand Avenue West 48th Street line. Office \
at Gramercy Place. Trees, parks, model stores, playgrounds; j
streets and parks permanently endowed and cared for. All va
cant lots in lawn.
.
Five-room bungalow at 1627 "West 50th Street.
C (P N //^\ /p^ >^\porch 24x6. Living room, dining room, two
v )) (Lj/I // I // //bedrooms, kitchen, screen porch, beam ceilings,
sl^ /J If /, If // food closets; bookcases, fireplace in dining
/2~7 (^y Vi^ \^y room; built-in buffet; rement steps; blue brick
porch pillars. Modern and new.
Six-room story-and-a-half bungalow, 1547 West
M -_ _. -^ --„ 45th Street. Lot 50x130. Porch 2Sx7. Large
$ CO) (r\\ /X") //) living room, dining room, cabinet kitchen, screen
xf^ J/f/ If// porch, breakfast room and two bedrooms. Oak
(T J) /^\ [I // If // floors in living room and dining room. Built-in
,' vc^ r^Z? Vi^ vi^ buffet, bookcases, cooler, cupboards. Laundry
,' tray and good closets.
Five-room bungalow at 1763 West 51st Street;
i C /??\ /^\ Ssß\ •SRN corner lot, 50x150. Living room, dining room,
1«P \J) **))// ]) // /Jkltrhen, two bedrooms, screen porch and bath;
1 _. yf /If/ //wide eaves; brick mantel in dining room with
\\J) /JT} (C^ \L?y built-in buffet and china closets; all ,conveni-
'~^ — *-^ ences in kitchen.
Seven-room bungalow" on a large corner lot,
50x150. St. Andrews and 50th Streets. Large
living room, cozy den, dining room, two bed
__ _. rooms, kitchen, breakfast room, screen porch,
$ V)) i\)) /Z~^ /s) pergola with brick floor; brick porch 30x8 with
"\r /-3iv\ • *^\ II I cement steps. Oak floors in living room and
(T )) (()) ft J) If // dining room. Built-in seats, bookcases, buffets,
\^/ V^'' i \&S cupboards, cooler. All modern improvements.
Including the best of leaded glaso and mantel
work.
Kight-room home on bungalow lines; 4823
Gramercy; living room, library, den, dining
room and kitchen on first floor. Fireplaces in
$' /r^ /^\ /^T* /^T library and living room and buiit-in convent
*=J\ // /}// I // I enees are features. Stairs rise to second floor
ft J) If //If // (I // hall in tower, a unique pian. Three second
\^/ \^f K&r \Z>r floor bedrooms, bath, linen closet, etc. Cobble
stone porch and buttresses under tower.
Automobiles ready to show property at any time.
i
Terms — 1 en Per Cent Cash, Balance One
Per Cent a Month, Including Taxes,
Interest and Insurance
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I LOS ANGERS INVESTMENT COMP/^IYt
J I J I VX^ Jt' J L J ■ f V^^T
: 333-335-337 So. Hill Street
j! Home 60127 Main 2248
\ 12-13-.lt
JPOR SALE—Country Property
FOR SALE -
LANCASTER
I«0 acres of land 2 miles southwest of
Lancaster, In the proven water district.
J2250, half cash, balance 1 year. DU
BOSE, 701 Grosse bldg. 12-8-tf
J INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
(or the price of 2, or 7 insertions for the
price of S. Ask The Herald countar man.
11-1-tf
POR SALE—Houses
.BUNGALOWS
ONLY THREE LEFT
AT $1800
$100 Down and $20 Monthly
These will soon be gone and the price will
go up. We are selling ten under value and
at this low price to get the tract started.
Act iiulckly if you want to take advan
tage of 'this offer.
They havo live rooms, plastered and tinted
wally, cement foundations, porcelain bath
and kitchen fixtures; dining and living rooms,
two bed chambers, large kitchen, front and
hi reen porch; hoi and cold water piping with
boiler largo closets and cupboard. 5o fare.
See G. G. DENNIS, Owner
226-227 Security Bldg.,
Fifth and Spring Sts.
Main 3525, F5744. 12-14-4
FOR SALE—
A dandy 4-room bungalow,
new and modern, nicely located,
15 minutes from Sixth and Spring
by car. Price $2400.
ERIKSON & CO.
Room 1 Severance Fldg., 105 W. Sixlh St.
Ground floor. F:.",74; Brdwy. 3182.
12-14-6t
BBLL "THAT HOUSE. LOT OR RANCH AT
small expense through a Herald want ad.
11-2-tl
pOR SALE—City Lots and Lands
$700, Easy Terms
Oiled street, cement curbs snd sidewalk.
Lot 60x130 in HOLLYTVOOI). Is a good buy.
<"'lo!>« to car line! ■•• It.
DOW-SMITH COMPANY
W MASON BLDG. U-M-ll
POR SA -E—Orange tiroves
VERY CHEAP— J5OO PER ACRE BELOW
actual value, a nice l>aere lemon grove.
1 mile southeast of Corona. The. best of soil;
lots of water, in frostleas belt; trees about
12 years old ami in the best state of culti
vation; fine crop of lemons on trees. See
owner.
R. S. SMITH,
r>o2 O. T. Johnson Bldg.
Phone Main 2485. 12-16-lt
MONEY! YOUR AX>VT. THREB
times for the price of two, or seven times
for the price of fly^_'f prepald : __ 11-1-tf
pOR SALE—Stocks and Bonds
MI.N'INtJ, OIL AND INDUSTRIAL COM
panies take notice —stooks and bonds in
sured, matured and guaranteed. Full In
formation furnished on request. Writ* or
call OKANITE SECURITIES COMPANY.
sth floor Bradbury bldg., i,os Angeles,
Cal. _ 13-4-tt
SAVE MONET 1 YOUR jIDVT. THRBB
times for the price of two. or sevsn tlmts
for th» pries of, five. If. prepaid. U-l-U
J?OR SALE—Houses jj
POR SALE—Poultry, Birds, Dogs
BIRDLAND—BE SURE TO SEE OUR
grand collection of all kinds of Imported
song and fancy canaries, talking parrots,
aky larks, goldfinches and aviary birds,
Bold fish, aquaria, cages, foods, seeds,
remedies, etc. Everything of the best at
thn lowest prices In the city. Take Cen
tral aye. car to Pico St., or Hooper aye.
car to Central aye. Visitors welcome.
Catalogue free. L. M. GRIDER, 1301 Cen
tral aye. 12-13-tf
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL ANGORA KlT
trns; will make fine Christmas presents;
will consider exchange. Phone MAIN IMS,
TOWS. 13-14-5
POR SALE—Hotels, Lodging Houses
FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN. APART
ment house; splendid downtown location;
31 rooms, nicely furnished: rent only 176;
loare runs 3 years; doing fine business.
For price and particulars, see K.
BBSCKHIR, 301 Central bids. 12-16-3t
FOR SALE— HOTEL NAHANT; FURNITURE
and two years' lease; 43 large rooms; steam
heut, good location, low rent; (rood business
opportunity; no trade. W,i S s Broadway.
<iK(<. JOHNSON, owner. 13-16-3
pOR SALE—Government Land
BAVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THRBB
times for the price of two, or seven times
for tb» price of fly. If prepaid. 11-l-tt
POR SALE—Musical Instruments
A. G. GARDNER. 11* WINSTON ST. l'l
■no* sold, rented, tuned; very low rates.
.^ ,-- i i-i;-tt
POR SALE—Suburban Property
|600 GARDEN FARMS. S. W., ON HILLS;
soon will be city lots; electric car. large
school; put children outdoors; $10 down, $10
month. CRAB. ELLIS, 22S H. W. ll"llman :
Jildg. 13-U-tt I
POR SALE—lncome Property
WHO WANTS INCOME? FOR SALE—I3
-room apartment house, close in, renting for
173 a month; terms, $3000. mortgage for $:50O;
pays 18 per cent on Investment. H. A. MAS
BEY, 514 International Hank bldg. U-yMrao
POR SALE—Live Stock
I INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for th« price of 2. or 7 Insertions for In*
prlc* of. 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
POR SALE—Miscellaneous
FOR SCHOLARSHIP TO THE INTER.
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
»ANY SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND
THE DE CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC.
' CALL ROOM 4, lWi S. SPRINO ST.. OR
PHONE MAIN 8693. ■ U-6-tt j
FOR SALB - COUNTERS, BHELVINU,
SHOWCASES, WALL CASE, CUFFEB
MILLS, CASH RKuISTEHS and U'IUKH
FIXTURES OF ALL KINUB; CHEAP
EST PLACE IN THE CITY. WH UUJ
AND SELL. 218 E. 4TH ST. IU-W-tt
THIS CLASSIFICATION. IF PRE- I
paid, your ad three times for the prto* of
two. or s«vea time* far tha price of
tlv«. 11-3-tf
RAILROAD TICKETS BOUGHT AND SOLD ''
to all points; transactions guaranteed. 504
SAN FERNANDO BLDQ. . 13-11-7t I
i-OK SALE—QOOD SECOND-HAND i:P
right piano at 103J INURAHAM ST. Your
price takes It. 11-11-tf
FOR SALE—CHEAP. I NATIONAL CASH
reglsiera. At 111 B. FIRST ST. 13-13-71
FOR S A RE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANDERSON, SS4 S. Loa Angeles st. «-»-tl
Schools and Colleges
Summer
School
College of Fine
Arts, U. S. C.
All Branches Fine and
Applied Arts.
Catalog on Request
W. L. Judson
Dean
gr>-\ sj*» j»^ 953-5-7 W. Seventh
St. Both Phone*
£St^"^ Jos. W. H. Camp,
M __
COI.I.EOK mgT '
Fall term now In progress. Dally en
rollment*. Free catalogue. Night
classes in bookkeeping and shorthand.
German, English
Shorthand
By experienced teacher. Term* mod«rata>
780 W. 31st st. Phone South 443*.
Leader Since 1884.
Fifth Floor Hamburger Bldg., Lou Angel**.
Catalog— Year. FIBOO. Main 230*.
for SALE—SCHOLARSHIP TO THE INTER
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
(ANT SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND
' THE DE CUAUVENET CONSERVATOR!
OF MUSIC.
CALL ROOM 4, 113% S. SPRING ST.. OR
PHONE MAIN 8892. 11-5-tf
BOYNTON NORMAL, PREPARES DECEM
ber county examinations; grammar certifi
cate; enter now. 615 STIMSON BLOCK.
Broadway 1919; AIB4O. t-l-tl
3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for th«
price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
11-1-tl
HAVE YOU BEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT r
alogue describing bookkeeping and short
hand? Y. M. C. A. 'S-U-tf
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, 411
W. Fifth ft. E. E. SHRADER. Ph. D.,
president since 1890. 10-17-tj
BROWNSBERGER COMMERCIAL COLLEOO.
853-7 W." SEVENTH. Send for catalogue.
8-H-tt
POR Furniture
SAVE MONEYI YOUR ADVT. THREH
times for the price of two, or seven time*
for the price of five. If prepaid. 11-1-tt
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES—
FOR SALE—ROYAL, SNAP; HOUSE FUR
nllhed, 3 lots, fruit, barn, chicken cor
rals, chickens, rabbits, hay, horse, wagon,
harness and laundry route. Positive bar
sain, $1475. Owner must leave at onto.
$600 cash, balance $15 monthly. Including
interest. Positively $500 sacrifice.
IDEAL REALTY COMPANY
200 Severance 131<1k., Sixth and Main.
Phones: 61551, Bdwy. 3237.« 12-16-11
$500 WILL PURCHASE INTEREST IX LO
cal manufacturing plant And patents
worth $6000 In i; months. This will par
you to investigate. Call or address 231
H. W. HKLLMAN BL£>G.. Los Angeles.
15-16-3t
FOR SALE— HARDWARE. PLUMBING,
GAS AMD ELECTRIC FIXTURE BUSI
NESS AT 414 W. EIGHTH ST., near
Hamburger's, with lease. This is a most
excellent location and rent is cheap.
12-16-2t
Cards $1.00 Per 1000
Other printing In proportion. HARRINGTON.
Printer, 1381» S. Spring. Al4OO. . 11-22-t«
■\VE~INCORPORATE AND FINANCE COM
puntes at very low rates. MARTELL &
CO.. 532-533 Germain bldg. F4761. 13-11-7
POR EXCHANGE—Miscellaneous
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, IF PRB-.
paid, your ad three time* for th« prlo*
of two.' or (even times for th* prlca at
five. 11-t-tl
i i ■
I CAN MATCH ANY EXCHANGE; WHAB
have you? DU BOSE, 701 Gross* Bids.
ri!67. I"-"-"
PATENTS AND PATENT AaENTS
MARTELL & CO.. PATENT SOLICITORS,
532-533 Germain bldg. F4761.
Protect your Ideas. Big money in it.
"Our Special Letter on Patents."
What to Invent. Free.
Send model or sketch. Opinion free.
12-11-t
PIONEER PATENT AGENCY. HAZARD *
STRAUSE. ESTABLISHED 82 YEARS*
American and foreign patents scoured and
trademarks registered. PATENT LITIGA
TION. 839 Citizens National Bank Building,
Third and Main. Horn-* AI4S3; Main 2621.
PATENT BOOK FREE. i-i-tl
1. S. ZERBE. SOLICITOR. UNITED STATES
«nd foreign patents; 40 years' experience.
622-3 STIMSON BLDQ., Third and Main.
: Phone A 6344. l»-l-tl
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS. ALL COUN
tries. A. H. LIDDERS, patent Ir.wyer and
•oilcltor. (\3 Am. Bank bldg., 24 and Spring,
10-16-
WELLS & WILLIAMS. THE I,EADINr»
Patent Solicitors. 823 Iliggins Building. Sec
ond and Main jta, Phone F6iilB. 13-7-tt-d»
i SPECIAL NOTICES— _/
EYE-HEADACHES
Have your heada'hes forever cured without
drugs and your ayes examined her* free ct
charge by a well known specialist, gy^lsl
attention paid to eyes of children.
UR. W. C. DICKSON, /
128-9 Security tildg., Fifth and Spring.
n-i3-te
WANTED —LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAIN 3597; F6956. «-25-l!mo
CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint. $1.50 per gallon. SHKEHAN'S,
800 S. Broadway. e-16-tt
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 Insertions for th*
prl of 5. Ask The HeraM counter map.
' J^EOAL NOTICES—
| Notice
t Notice Is hereby given that the Humboldt
Arayonia CJold Copper company is not sell
ing stock and will not be responsible for
any stock sold uereafUr or for any mis
representations made on sale of stork.
C. S. HUMPHREY, Pre«id*nt.
i;-i>'-I'.
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PHYSICIANS— '■ 7 :
DR. C. C. LOU AN, Oculist. 112 Qrant BMg.
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