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WjS'Xr Wl ss ' vv ' ntn - Renutlful home
ppgfllon*. Call, write, phone.
F. nnowNSiiKKHKIt, nualnena Manager,
-' SOVTHCKIi CALirOKNtA —— •
ANO GRAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND,
t* S CHAHD AVK. LO* <l*Hl£», CAL.
Girls' Collegiate School
Adami nnd floorer (Us. "CJiHA lIH Imls,\«j."
rtrniiflfnl hnme and fliorn-igh school. Miss
j'araona. Mlia Dennen, I'rt.irlpnla.
Marlborough School for Girls •_££'
Mrs. Ueorgi A. Can well, Principal, li.m ya— '
opens Oct. 8. Suveral course.! o( atudy. Bpo-
clal work In Art, History. Literature. Uusla,
•to. Certificate almtn to oollegea.
bUSINKSS COLMCOTD 18 A SAFE AND'nß*
SJABLK KCHOOL. Night sesalone. til W. ID.
The College of Fine Arts U. S. C.
-'la at beautiful Oarvnnza. I'alnllna;, Hrulp-
tnr-, l)e»l(tnlii(r, Illiiatritllnit, Arrhitecturul
Drawing, Art, I'ottfry, Mftnl Work.
SrAN'lSll DV A CA3TIUAN— "INOLK LKS^
aona 600 Month I.V BSI R. (iI.IVM Home 7814.
r *~~ —
If you wish to tent a house, cottage, flat,
or atore, call at our office and procure list.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO..
Oround tlocr. 218 W. Third St.
TOTET— $12, 4-ROOM HOUSE] 718 B~T~.
Julian street, nenr 7th. Inquire 1310 W.
TO LET-MODERN FLATS— WATER FIIEE.
»10-3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
112—8 rooms, 2)2 N. Fremont.
$12-3 room*. 334 S. Flginroa.
$1S — 3 rooms, 222 N. Fremont, furnished.
118—3 rooms, 218 N. Fremont, furnished.
-'V „ 120-6 rooms, 330 South FlguerOft.
'. WIESENDANGKR. 221 Laughlln Bldg.
TO . LET— APARTMENTS AT "THE LY-
ONS," 928 South Hope atreet; finely fur-
nished housekeeping suites; all outside
■ rooms, new building, new furniture, steam
heat, close In, near postoftice and princl-
FOR $16 YOU CAN RENT THREE ROOMS,
completely furnished for housekeeping;
new; gas range, bath, phone; close In.
334 S. FIOUEROA. Also 204 N. FRE-
J18 — THREE ROOMS. COMPLETELY FUR-
nlshed, now, elegant, tn new building;
. housekeeping; phone, bath, gaa range. 218
NORTH FREMONT STREET.
*18— THREE ROOMS, COMPLETELY FUR-
nlshed, new, housekeeping, in new bulld-
lng. 218 NORTH FREMONT ST.
Stores and Offices
i '•• In the heart of Los Angeles. Will rent
•"'•'i. Cheaper per square foot than you can hire
..iir office room. This Is certainly a GROUND
__*B_6lt*LOOß - proposition for good tenant; so
_B_S*t>ON'T WAIT a year, as rents will be
lEra doubled <n that time.
a~tr*«t Call me up tit once.
■if ' '■•' U. WESLEY ROBERTS,
njKgHome 4834, Main M7B. 203 Mercantile Place.
, MONEY TO LOAN
9 , . (Incorporated, $500,000.)
.: Established 1897. Incorporated 1902.
;.,'*', chattel company In city. Money confiden-
. ." ! '- tlally loaned on Jewelry, diamonds, pianos,
' furniture, rooming; houses and life Insur-
ance policies. Private entrance for ladles.
Kvery package sealed by borrower an'l
• ; kept In aafoty depoalt vault. Refined peo-
ple assured confidential treatment, aa you*
deal with one person.
264 SOUTH BROADWAY. ROOM 9.
. FOR BUILDING PURPOSES, '
IN SUMS' tO SUirT~
■ ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
THOS. J. HAMPTON.
;-. 119 SOUTH BROADWAY.
(L. A. R. B.)
MONEY TO LOAN-ANY AMOUNT. BHORT
; --or long time, on furniture, pianos, diamonds,
. - live stock, eto. Strictly confidential, reliable
. business house.
. COLYEAR FURNITURE CO..
322 S. Main Street.
; - Phones: Main 1117; Home 2154.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED SALA-
k,y" rled persons without security or employer's
,"■ "knowledge; no lndorsers; easy payments;
lowest rates. Hours, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. ; 2 to
6 p. n:.; evenings, 6:30 to 7:30. COMMER-
CIAL DISCOUNT CO.. 604 Frost Block.
MONEY LOANED Ba'laRIED PEOPLE AND
Largest business In SO principal cities. TOL-
MAIN. Room 430 Mason Bldg., cor. 4th
MON EY TO LOAN— THOMAS R WADS-
,, WORTH. 319 and 320 Douglas building, will
lend money on city or country real estate.
K. W. I'OINUKXTBR, 40" WILCOV iTIDo",
'/..loans money uu r«ml estate, stocks and
bonds, nulldlng loans a specialty.
. JF YOU WANT TO LEND OR BORROW
money call on GORDON ft HURBARD, 441
Dcuglan Block. •
.cure; no knife; a simple remedy. MRS. B.
,J. BRIDGK, with J. C. ALDRICH, M. D..
rooms 5 and « The Cheater. 464 South
Bprlng. cornor Fifth.
LONG. SUCCESSFUL, PRACTICE; EXPERI-
■ enced, competent ladiea' apeclallst; atrlctly
. reliable; canca guaranteed. MM3. WOODS,
• 891 W. 10th. bet. Flgueroa and Franclaco.
DR. REBECCA LEE DORSEY. SUITE «7I
• IluntlDgton blk. All women's and children's
diseases; obstetrics; hours 1-4 p. m. Tel.
SOUTHKHN IIOMK FOR LADIES UUHINO
. -iConlliiement; homes for children. Dlt. c li.
MMITH. 727 Bellevue aye. Tel. Main 2314.
JULIAN MACKAK, INITIATK - MENTAL
, and nervous dlseaies. 1143 B. Flower. Hum*
. PR. TAYLOR-FEMALE SPECIAUBT AND
r Obatelrlca_JßELAßCO_jrHEATi:R, Main »t.
DR. LriOAN. nc»LIHT.~«I-I*a.~BRo'ADWAT.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILOtRO
coM'HAtToit Asi> iiru.i>i-:i(—
Uo you want a house or cottage built of
lli« beat malarial and honest labor, at
the loweat possible Hum'", cash or terms?
It will pay you to «-« our wink, plan* und
pi'lctn. We will muke plans tv suit you.
11. (!. WOOInV.YKIt * CO..
Phone Hl9. «!}l)'/^ Wunlli Broadway.
RUI^REL^A^AND GLOVE MAKERS
)0 day*; everything sold at half prie* on
account of buildlnif being turn duwu.
• I'mbu-llaa re-cov«l«ii. 611 8. MAIN hi.
In Temple atrtlltoTlum. <>ornef Fifth and
Olive. Preaching at It *. m. by the pa«-
tnr, Robert J. Hurdettn; topl<\ "T*fl Day
of Oraer." IfArry HarntUrt and Hpeneer
Jiohtniwn will alnt lit the mornfnf aervlc*.
At 7:.10 p. m. Dr. Chuprrmn will preneh,
cnntlnntna;' the evant*H»tifl a»r»lces h»*iin
arreat rhorua choir of 400 volrea will lead
trtn congregational alnglnir, under direction
of Mr Allen. At J p. m. t>r. Chapman
■will addrena a meeting tn lh« auditorium
for men only. There are 8200 aeata In
th* auditorium, and theae will not nearly
Tn t*ot t X\t* fir in fl nils rtf In ft itr^ftt ftiinlftncps
that will throfij to the afternoon and
evening meeting* An overflow meeting
will, therefore, be arranged In the r Irat
M. B. church. Hlxth and Hill. Come very
oarly to all lh# meetlnpca of the da.y. The
ordinance of baptism will precede the
FIRST CONOnrcOATIONAL CHURCH, HOPW
otreet, near Nlntn— Seat* free. Rev. Wm.
U. n., paat'or ♦merltoa 1 . ' Mualo In charge
of Mr. Harry Clifford Lott, baas; Mr. W.
F. Skeele, organlat; Mr*. C O. Stlvera,
woprano; Mr». C. H. Richards, contrnlto;
Mr. ,T. .t. Helder, fenor. Momlng nervloe,
11 o'clock. The paator emeritus will preach.
No evening service, but will Join In an
evangnllatlo meeting at Flrat Methodist
church. | _______
CHRIST PTIOTKBTANT FPIBCOPAL
church. Flower atreet, corner of Twelfth-
Rev, (feo. Tho*. riowllng, P. P., rector;
Rev. Chaa. W. Naumann, aaaiatant minister.
Holy communion with »ermon by nev. N. n.
XV. Onllwey at 11 a. m. Sunday achool at
X:flO a. m. Mualcal aarvlce with ovenlna;
prayer and (nJdreana by Rev. Mr. Naumann
nt 7:30 p. m ., "Ilapplnmw and the Higher
Life." rnlveralty, Pico Heights or Wash-
ington at. cara. Welcome.
THF-i LOS ANOELRS ~EI.Iif)WHmP— BBN-
jBinIn Fay Mills, permnnent mlnlater. Ser-
vices In Mnxnnlo hull. 43< Rn. Hill at. Topic,
Jl a. m., "What Must I t)o to he Saved 7"
7;4S p. m., "Why I Changed My Religious
Opinions." Limited number of tlcketa for
reserved Keats at the morning services, with-
out charge, while they last, at all Sun drug
atorea, leading music stores and leading ho-
ST. PAWS PHO-CATHBORAU 82.1 S. '
Olive street— The Very Hey. J. J. Wilkliia,
D. P., dean and rector. Services 7;30, 9:30
and 11:00 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Dr. Wllklns will
preach. Subjects: Mornlna:. "The Glory of
Christian Democracy." Rvenlng, "ronsentlrfc
Tnto Wrong! Christian Reaponalblllty for
Aacot Park Gambling and netting." Slt-
tlnga free. Strnngera welcome^
IMMANUBL PRESCYTKIUAN CHURCH,
corner of Tenth and Flgueroa atreeta— Rev.
Hugh K. Walker, D. D., the pastor, will
preach y tomorrow mornlns; at 11 o'clock,
subject: "Ncpdleas Tarrying In the Face of
Great Possibilities." At 7:30 o'clock, union
evangelistic services of the second district,
conducted by Rev. Henry Ostrom, D. D.,
and Mr. John P. Hlllla.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— FIO-
ucroa and Twentieth streets. Rev. Frank
De, Witt Talmage, D. D., pastor. Morning
aervlce nt 11 o'clock; subject of sermon,
"Revival Aftermath." There will bn no
evening service. Next Sunday Rev. J. W.
Chapman, D. D., will preach. A cordial
•welcr.mo Is extended to all, especially to
strangers and those without a church
w] 7. COLVILLR CONDUCTS BKRVICB
and lecturea in Illanchard hall, 10:43 a.' m.:
"Religious Revivals Ef.llcally and Scientifi-
cally Analysed." Kramer hall, 932 Grand
aye., 3 p. m. : "What Can We Truly Know
of the Spiritual Universe?" .
GOSPEL TABKHNACLK CHURCH, 227 MER-
cantlle Place— J. Hudson Ballard, pastor.
Regular Sunday services: 9:45 a. m., Bible
achool; 11:00 a. in., preaching; 6:00 p. m .,
Yojng Penplo'H meeting.
PALIMSTS AND MEDIUMS
PROF. STUART MANSFIELD. PSYCHIC
palmist and gifted clairvoyant. Reliable
advice, on all aubiecta. Prof. Mansfield
■will help you in life's greatest blessings,
wealth, health and happiness, when all
others fall. Satisfaction guaranteed. 444 H
SOUTH SPRING STREET,
DR. GREEN, CLAIRVOYANT, TRANCE,
business medium and life reader. Readlnga
dally. Hatls'Hctlro or bo pay. Teat circles
Tuesdays, Thursdays, evenings, 8 o'clock.
ROOM Id. 119V4 SOUTH SPRING ST ;
MRS. PARKER. MEDIUM ANt> PALMIST—
Life reading, business, lawsuits, removals,
mineral locutions, speculations, love and all
cffalra of Ufe. 41SH S. SPRING ST.. room 3.
MME. JOSEPH, PALMIST AND LIFE
reader, from Chicago; all affairs of life; full
readings 50c: never more. 543 S. OLIVE 3T.
KT^vTroiNDEXTEU, BROKER, 409 WlL-
cox Building, deals In stocks, bonds, mort-
gages. First-class securities only. If you
want to lend or borrow money or transact
any business requiring a financial agent,
call on or write to me. Highest refer-
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
Spring and oth. Book on patents free. HAZ-
ARD * HARPHAM.
_ FRUITB AND VEGETABLES
ludwig & Matthews] wholesale
and retail fruit and vegetables. MOTT
Market. 135 8. Main at. Tel. 660.
BRING YOUR WIFE, GIRL. FRIENDS AND
children to see the only real Indian mummy,
3301 B. MAIN ST.
STEAM, UASoTjNeT^iScTRIC^ ■■•:
181-833 B. Main. Phone 'Main 781
Notice of Sale cf Mortgaged Property
To J. R. Harrington and Anna Harrington
his wife, named in the hereinafter mentioned
chattel mortgage, and to whom It may con-
cern: You, and each of you, please take nu-
tloe that I, C. C. Colyear, mortgagee named
In that one certain chattel mortgage, made
recorded and delivered by J. R. Harrington
and Anna Harrington, the aaid mortgagors
to me on the 17th day of May, 1904, und re-
corded by me on the 17th day of May, ISO 4, 111
the ofllce of the county recorder of the county
of Loa Angeles, state of California, that I will,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. in., on the 4th
day of February, 1903, at No. 322 South Main
street, In the city of Ixjs Angeles, county and
state aforesaid, sell at prlvaae sale, In ao-
cordanco with the terms and provisions of
said mortgage, nil the following personal prop-
erly: 1 Iron gray home. 8 yeara old, branded
"11" on left hind hip; 1 flea-bitten gray mare,
about 0 years old; 1 single delivery harness, 1
delivery wagon built by Standard' Carriage
works; to tmtlsfy all demands, claims and
lltnu upon aald property an provldi-d In said
Dated this I'lth nay of January, 11105, Loa An-
C, C. COLYKAR, Mortgagee.
OFFICE OF THE MAGNE-SILU.'A COM-
pany. Please tako notice that, aa provided
In the bylaws of the uorporutlou adopted
February 8, 1904, the annual meeting or
the stockholdera of the Magne-Slllca Com-
pany will be held at the. office of the cor-
poration, rooms f.:in and 633 Maaon bulldlna*,
corner of Fourth and Broadway, Loa An-
gt-lea, California, on Monday, February 13,
1005, at 10 o'clock a. ill., for tho election of
directors and the traruaatlon of such other
business as may come before the meeting;.
QUO. B. HANNAMAN,
Superintendent Buckua yesterduy laaued
building (lorinits as follows:
Adams street. 1&23 ISast — M. M. Flower,
owner and builder; one-atory, tire-room,
frame residence, $1000.
AdtiniM street, 1048 Kttst— Mary H. Dlcli
<n», owner and bulld«ri one-alory, four-
Kniiii, frame residuncu. I3OU.
Brighton avenuo, 2943— Mlsa Nellie Keyes,
owner; A. X- Keyes, builder; two-story,
eight-room, frame realdenoe, 13000.
Central avenue, 1330 — Bhattuek-Desmond
Warehouse company, owners and builders;
one-and-a-half-atory. frame building, )3(0.
Central avenue, 1800-160S-—Os«ar l,auch
mer, owner; (ieorvn Hlmrii, builder; one
atory, frame store bulldlns;, 11800.
Court street, D 33 North— Mary J. Dtnnls,
owner and builder: alterations to oim-aioiy,
three-room reaidence, lano.
Uarwln avenue, la^'J — M. V. Beamon, own
er and builder; two-story, nlna-roum resl
Hdgar street, ITIS — Louisa 11. Union,
owner: J. W. Lmiion. builder; three-ruoin,
frame resldetire. I3UO.
Fanning street. «S5 North— W. 1). Kna.
owner; Kd. Klinsjelainltli, builder) uim
sluiy, twp-room, framo rosldenue, moo.
first street. tOtt-aW Waat—u. Cha««, owu
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNINO, FEBRUARY 4, tgoj.
*r; Jaahor A. Wat», bulkier: alteratlnna to
four-»tory, hrlek milMln*. flftno.
Forty-second atroet, 444 Kaat — ,T»mi>a n.
K'rahftw, o«n»f and rmlMer; ona-atorr, (It«
lo.irn. frame residence, $1200.
Fourth utreM, between Alnmeda, and
Rhort afreets— PellMaW * Andorf, owners;
J. M. Morrison, builder; fwo-atory, three
room, brick hnlMlna;, 13300.
.lefferaon street, H72 Went— Mary .1.
Kennlnirtrtn road, 1240 Weat— A. M. Oo
ffni. owner; Thomaa K. Miller, builder; on«
and-nne-hAlf-ltory, eight-room, framo real
Yd» Angeles atreet, 1043-1049 South —
/merlenn Steam Laundry company, owner;
R L. Klnir, bulMer; two-atory, two-room,
hrlrk building, $12,000.
Main atreet. 1000 North— Laejr Manufac
turing; company, owner; .Tamea Ulbaon,
builder; ono-etory, brlok building, $350(1.
Main atr#»t, 282«-JB2« Booth— Oeorge Wil
son King, owner; A. Wflnberg, builder; al
teration* to two-atory, frame, building, $I*so.
Michigan avenue, between Kchandla, atreet
and Boyle avenue— Woodward-Bennett com
pany, own»rs and btillo>ra; one-atory, alx
room, frame renldetiei 1 , $1500.
Manltou avenue, 2«20 — W. R Ilanlela, own
er nnd builder; one-atory, frame ahert, $180.
Third atreet, 26.11 Rant — Mra. S. B. Klch
barn, owner; R. 11. Dartlett. builder; one
atnry, five-room, frame resilience, $1280.
Twenty-flfth atreet. 2271 Weat— Carrie
Taun, owner; F. 7,. Phtlllpa, builder; two
atory, aeven-room, frame residence,. $3000.
Twenty-ninth atreet, eaat of Oomptnn ave
fiue — Tlert T. Menrtora. owner and builder;
one-atory, two-room, frame building, $«o.
Twenty-neventh atreet, 1900 Raat — Lucy
M. Prlel, owner; J. W. Prlel, builder; one
atory, frame atore building, $150.
Waterloo utreet. S22 — .1 E. Preaton, own
er; W. <*. llulyweli, builder; one-atory, Bve
room, frame residence, $1200.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Friday. February 8.
Bllvanus White and Mnllniln 1.. White to
Louis Hawkins— Lot 28, Hilvanua White
Nellie Mclntyre, W. C. Mclntyre and
Oforgla A. Balllnger, by Fit* K. Beach,
commissioner, to l,na Angeles Building and
Loan association — Lot 23, M. la Wicks' sub
division of South Porter tract 1484
William Dutcher anri Ada A. Dutcher to
John W. Golden— Lot 16, Btrong Dlcklnson'a
Central Avenue tmct $10
Oeorge W. Mcdlnety to Hnratl 1* Whit
tles^ — Lot 22, block 2, C. V. Hall tract.. sls9
Itlchanl Uowerman and Emma Bowermnn
to H. W. O'Brien— Lot 281, Ford tract $10
Lnulfl nichbart and Alice Kichbart to T.
W. Wallace— Lot 23, block B, Martin
Lillian F, Pollock to Kdward Bardaley—
Lots 26 and 87, block l), Day Star tract.. slo
.1. 11. McNeil to Lillian F. Pollock— Lota
2C and 27, block D, Day Star tract »1
Sylvester Stanford and Amelia H. Stanford
to Nlcoto Sottllo and Vlncanza Hottllo— l,oi
3, block 4, ThomaH Lenhy'a subdivision. . .$lO
State Bank of San Pedro to C. A. Black
burn — Lot 7, block 3, Central Home place. slo
Frank M. Vale and Zoa E. Vale to Mar
gnret M. Flower*— Lot 37, Harbert & But
ttrworth's Adama Street tract $10
Sama to Marguerite M. Flowera — Lot 38,
lame tract $10
George 11. Clark anil Arthur E. Clark to
Kmellne. A. Woolley— Part lot 29. L. H.
Mlehener'n subdivision $10
David (i. Baker and Jessie May Baker to
W. H. Mansfield— Part lot 21, H. J. Holmes'
W. 8. Nosworthy to John Osthoff— Lots 4
and 5, block B. New Fair Oaka Avenue
William W. Johnson and Mary L. A. John
son to F. E. Rows— Part block S, subdivis
ion of lands of J. 11. Painter and B. F.
John Z. De Turk and Loma H. Dc Turk-
Lot 6. Brooka & Buttner's aubdivlalon. .S3OO
Katie Sheldon and Orson W. Sheldon to
Matilda R. Cope— Part lots 7 and 8, block
B, replat of Tebbetts' subdivision $10
W. E. Tyler and Edna M. Tyler to Agnes
E. Wulfestleg — Part lot 19, Hoffman tract.slo
Same to Charles H. Wulfestleg— Part lots
20 and 19, same tract $10
Marshall L. Cooper to Martha L. Seymour
— Lot 11, block 9, Manhattan Beach $10
Same to Mollle E. Clark — Lot 3, block 3.
Union Trust and Realty company to Carrie
Etchemendy — Lots 34 and 35, block 24, C. V.
Hall tract $10
Carl F. Rosecrans and Lillian T. Rose
crans to Jacob Cowbolti — Part section 23.
township 3 south, range 14 west $1
Simon Maas and Carrie Maas to Alfred
Blley Herring— Lot 6, block 88, Redondo.slo
Hattle C. Wlllett and C. J. Wlllett to
Joseph W. Plnney — Lot 38, block 3, AdaniH
Street tract $10
Joseph "W. Plnney to Fred Jorder — Lot 38,
block 3, same tract $1 <i
Eugene Bassett and Mary V. Bassett to J.
C. Krati— Lot. 7, .block 8, Woolen Mill
Unltetd States of America to William F.
Gates — Patent, part section 20, township 1
north, range 17 west.
Arthur W. Klnney and Hadaaah Klnney to
Blanche 8. Phelps— Lot 16, block A, Alva
rado Terrace tract $10
Lacy'a subdivision of block 17, Eaat Los
Loula A. Stall! and Mary M. Stahl to Mil
ton Metzler — Part block 287, Maclay rancho;
part block 381, Maclay rancho $10
George W. Lasher to J. George Scott —
Lots 3 and 4, Wingfleid tract $10
M. W. Blenklron and Molly Blenklron to
James H. Woods — Lot 8, resubdlvlslon of
Monterey tract : $10
P. T. & R. Co. to W. H. Obe«r—Recon
veyance of lot 9. block C, Obear tract.
Annie Scott to Charles C. Young— Part
Farm lot 61, Alamltos tract $10
Charles C. Young to AlamltOß Land com
pany — Part Farm lot 61, AlamltOß tract. .$lO
Alamitos Land company to Charles C.
Young — Part Farm lot 61, Alamltos tract. slo
Charles C. Young to Annie Scott — Part
Farm lot 51, Alamitos tract $10
Henry H. Polk to Isaac Hethcrington —
Lot 66. Solano tract.. ...S2IOO
Harry K. Marler and Sarah L. Marler to
Kate Donovan— Part lot 20. block L, Mott
Title Insurance and Trust company to
Oeorgo B. Upp — Reconveyance of trust prop
Loula Hnfeii and Annie M. Hafen to W. 11.
Logan — Lot 11, Ooldsworthy Eighth Street
Nathaniel O. P. McCorrib and E. Tllllc Mo-
Ccmb to Florence Mac Wlllliims— Part lot 6.
block D. M. D. Palnter'a subdivision $10
Ernest L. Wlldy and Willie H. Wlldy to
Gertrude S. Hlles — Part lots 6 and 6, block
4, Beaudry tract *.",
Mrs. John A. Rice. Mrs. Will K. Smith
and Miss Georgia Jlassennan to Cephas Rens
berger — Part lot 6. block O, Mott tract.. slo
Christian Hacker and Emma Racker to
tract '.../. '. ' $1250
Mrs. Leila G. Freeman to George R. Coch
ran — Lot 1, block A, Peck's addition tv
Palos Verdes tract $10
Cora L. Gay and Leslie V. Gay to Patrick
Griffin— Lot 11. block B, Moore & Kelleher's
Henry Foster to S. Washburn— Lot G5,
Ela Park tract; also lot 38, block G, High
land Park tract addition No. 1 $10
8. Washburn (whoa.- full name is Sherman
Washburn and Emily C. Washburn to
James Edmnndson — Lot 38, block S, High
land addition No. 1; lot 55, William Lucy's
addition to East Los Angeles ....$lO
James Edmondson and Lulu Bristol Ed
mondson to S. Wanhburn — Lot 3, Ixtggos
Lower tract $10
Miiry 11. Hallo (formerly Mary 11. Elliott)
to Elsie O .Charlton — Lot 3, block I, Wash
ington Heights tract $10
Title Insurance, and Trust company tv
Eugene Woston— Lots 15, 18 unit 17, blnc-k
16, Went Arlington Heights tract $10
Title Insurance unil Trust company to
William W. Mines (single)— Lots 1 to 1 2.
block 6; lots 1 to 24. block 7, and lota 1 tv
6, 10 to 88 and 20 to 24, block 35, Copen
hagen tract $10
Title Insurance and Trust empany to Cor
nelius Mclnerny— Lot 6, block 85, Central
Arlington Heights tract $10
Edward L. Burgoln and Union F. lluiKi.ln
to Annie Kllllan— l'art lots 24 and S3, (lor
dou & HuhbHid South Park tract ...S4OO
Chattrlim Carlson vs. Auzust Carlson —
Final decree of divorce and assigning to
plaintiff as homestead lot 10. Peek's subdi
vision of block 2, Palos Verdea tract.
Rebecca L. Thomas to William Urum
nlckle—Lots 6, 7 and 8, block 9;', Lords
Puolflo Land Improvement company to
John Weaver— Lots 6 and 7, block 93, Lords
burg , ...slt>o
J. C. Crlbb, Jennie C. Crlbb and John
Sinclair to Loolu Davis — Lot 1, Crlbb & Sin
clair subdivision No. H fin
11. A. Crocker, William' Henry Crocker and
Meroy J. Powers (formerly Mercy J. Crock
er)—to Mattle Tllloii— Lot 8, Amar'a subdi
vision of block 14. Sun Pedro $10
James Hwayso ami Kffle J. Hwayie to same
-Kami property »10
F A. Kolllns Mini l'nrsl* A. Rollins to
Thoniaa J. Hampton — Lot i. block I, Brook
lyn Heights (iuinihl tract $10
T. !■:. Pllmiut (also known as Theodore
Illinium and Gertrude Ullmsn to A. A. ril
mttii—liots 11 and If. Mock 1, Fairmont. .$1
A. 0. Johnson and Husun 11. Johnson to
C. C. Hennett— Lot 12, Reed's College, sub
division ' $10
(trace Morse to Hliner C. tlreenleaf— Lot
9. block 4, lliunlltr.il 1 * subdivision $10
Miss Amies Griffiths to Keubau Reynolds
and Nnrnmn L. Jones— Lot IS, block B,
TmuKoii'l llnbliiann tract $700
David J. Maephorxon and fimiiia M. Mm
iihpi'sini to Hugh Held Porter— Lot 4, block
1. Marathon Heights $73
M. M. Johnson to .1. I*. Curtis— Part Farm
lot I], Alamltos tract .'..ltd
Timothy T. Todd to Walter C, Reynolds—
Pm I lot* 14 and 1«, Charles H. Foote's aub.
division ■ $10
Q. li. Norcroas to John A. Hunter— Lot 7,
block «, Bnv»nth Mfeet tmct $1>
.T. V. mttow and Jan» B. M«fto# tfl
I,'irrlla K. I »<lw«llß.ler — r.r.t 1, bIOCR *,
Bftrtow tr«cl lit
Henry r.nvell, Kurnli 1. <'. l.nvfll. AuguK
tim Uivell, Nrllle M. [.nvell, Klmer K.
n«fp#, Mary A. r>ro« Culgni -Mary A.
r«lre«), Mary L, (Hover, wniinni C. rierec,
Helen K. Birth, Ifvln R. Fierce, Kll*n M.
Pierce, Jeaale R. Pl*te» and Annie R. rierr*
to wiiMfini Joncn — t^)t» 1 and 2, block 11,
California Co-operative Colony tract.. .s2oo*
U«orgla Connor to Mftrftaret Rutherland —
I'mt nee! lnn i, township 4 smith, range II
Sam Hnim-els and Annl« Hnmeela to A.
ilrrnns — Part lot 8, V. IV nudryii subdivision
of block tr, Mfttl Ifiict |10
W. IF. Wdlltor lo Crotla M. Ruaaell— Lot
10, block 1, Meadow aien tract $10
Thomas fltovell to A. H. Holmea — Lota 1»
■nd 20, Stovell'a addition to Burnett. .. .$lO
J. L. Forbes and Annie M. Forbes to
Jamen W. Rloh«rd»— P«rt lot 9, block F, fe
suhdlvlslon of portion of Alamltna tract.. slo
William Yarnell to W. H. Harp— l«t 6,
Mclntyre'a Williams tract I2SOO
W. 11. Harp and Mary Harp to W. B. Yar
nell or Julia K. Yarnell — Part section It,
township 8 aouth, range. II west $7000
P. W. fiellara to Henry W. flcharr— rart
lot 17, block 6, 11. M. Amea' Flrat aubdivln
lon of Vernon Park |10
Roaednle Cemetery a**ociatlon to Mra. 0.
R. Garrett— Lot 102, section 1, Koaedala cem
Mra. Mamie Ollleaple to F. 11. True and
P. A. Cleveland— Lot 4«, C. A. Smlth'a Third
Cora M. Miller and Burnett It. Miller to
P. B. Creasey — Lot 2, block 12, Chllda
Height* tract »10
Jennie K. Wood and Howard W. Wood to
Oeorge Lingo — Part lot 1, Valley View
Carolluno M. Moore to H. O. Kendall and
Bella R. Kendall— Lot 18, Or. Conger Home
tract . . i 177H
John Krauoilunaa and Mary Krauczlunaa
to Crotla M. Ruaaell— Lot 23, J. W. Brown-
Ing'a subdivision $!■>
Laura A. Bright to Conrad A. Covelle—
Ijol a, block M, Vawter's Ocean View
Isaac n. Helf and Lucle A. Belt to Loulso
F. De La Matyr— Lot 6, block 18, Clear
10. O. (lowland and Hva M. (lowland to
Kdwln Bmlth — Lot 9, block 76, Manhattan
Beach Division No. 2 $10
Belma Henrlkson to Mra. Roala L. Whit
ney — Lot 4, block B, Orion tract $10
Oeorge M. Beaver and Mary A. Beaver to
I) L. Whitney — Lot 10, Beaver'a subdivis
Walter 11. Martin and.Blnora Martin to
It win Stewart— Part lota 1 and 6, Wilming
ton Colony tract $10
Anna A, Chase to George W. Allen anil
Carrie M. Allen— Lot 14, block .1, Tutt
Arthur A. Avery, Mary A. Avery and Ida
Christine (vorson to C. H. Hoge and O. H.
Gaylord— Undivided half Interest In lots 6, B.
15 and 16, block 2; lota 6, 6, 15 and 16,
block 3; lota 15 and 18, block 4; lota 17 and
18, block 6; lota 11 and 12, block 7; lota
11, 12, 33 and 34, block 8, and lota 4 and 3.
block 8, Pacific Home tract $10
Charles K. Hoge, Gilbert H. Oaylord, Rose
H. Oaylord. Arthur A. Avery, Mary A.
Avery and Ida Christine Iversen to Roacoe
A Lang and Myrtle M. Lang— Lota 1 to 10.
block 1; lota 1 to 4, block 6; lota 1 to 10 and
31 to 40, block 6| lota 25 to 87, block 7; lots
1 to 10, block 4; lots 39 to 48, block 8. Pa
cific Home tract ..SBOOO
Myrtle M. Lang and Roacoe A. Lang to
and from a. H. Oaylord and C. H. Hoge —
Agreement to convey property not In Los
Angeles county for lota 39 to 48, block 8;
lots 25 to 37, block 7: lota 1 to 10 and 31 tv
40, block 6; lota 1 to 10. block 1; lots 1 to
4, block 5: lots 1' to 10, block 4, Pacific
Home trnct $8000
C. M. Allen and D. L. Allen to C. Sheerer
— Undivided half Interest In part section 30.
township 2 north, range 13 west $10
Union Tru^. and Realty company to
Louisa C. ' Scheerer— Lot 26, Strong & Dlck-
Inson'B Jefferßon Street tract $10
R. C. Bufkln (known as R. C. Buffkins)
and Anna Bufkln to H. F. Simpson and Lu
cinda Simpson — Part lot 4, Baldwin & Lind
lny'x subdivision ." $10
Samuel Bundy to Leah A. Bunfly— Part
lot 1, Bundy's Second subdivision; lots 1, 2.
3 and 4, Madison Avenue tract $1
Arthur Jenncr and Jessie Jenner to Ame
lia B. Allen— Lots 26, 26 and 27, block 44.
Azusa ..» $3000
Henry Kirsihenschlager and Lizzie Klrch
enschlager to John Burna — Part lot 16, block
P, Monrovia $8000
Loula B. Easton and Honor H. Eaaton to
Iwam Serrurler and Catherine J. Serrurler —
Part lots 20 and 19, Parker & Ferris subdi
Andrew Leuzlnger and Rosle Leuzlnger to
Ed A. Stephan — Lot 79, replat of John
Reyes subdivision $250
H. Boettcher and Alwlne Boettcher to
William McGIU — Lot 177. Boettcher
Same to same— Lot l«0. aame tract. .$650
Ella Qua Kno* and Edward M. Knox to
Vrs. . Orace O. Staßfield— Lot 21, block 1.
Elm Avenue tract $ 10
Conservative Realty company to J. W.
Main — Lot 24, block N. Burkhard Home
tract * 10
Ralph Rogers Co. to A. Plpher— Lots 21 and
22. block E, Bryson Villa tract $«0
Abbot Klnney to Henry E. Lavayea— Lots
8 nnd 9, block 1, Country Club tract $10
C. L. Bundy. Nellie Allen and John A.
Stanwood, Individually and as trustee, to
Olaf Monson-Lot 20, block I, Ocean Park
Villa tract $10
Mnrtln Stoll and Matilda C. Stoll to Orove
W. Bartlett-Lots 6 and 7. block A, Holly
wood Homesido tract $10
C. T. Guthrldge and Florence Guthrldge to
Ran Fernando Valley Home Telephone Co.—
Part lot 8, block 8. Qlendale Boulevard tr $10
George W. Haseltlne to John B. Brown-
Part lots 1 and 12, block I, Mott tract $1
S. Rndovlch to Rosa Wlttman— Part lot 9.
block 3. L. A. Imp. Co.'a aubdlvlslon $1
George W. Daw and E. Eugenia Daw to
Eliza J. Harper and Samuel 8. Harper— Lot
18, block 4, Daw & Nllcs subdivision of Ver
Mrs. Sarah E. Beckwlth and E. G. Beck
wlth to Mary A. Burns— Part lot 4, block C,
Smith ft Jacob's third BUbdlvlalon $901
•Whlttler Cemetery Assn. to John Hlxon—
Weat 14 of lot 7. block O. Whlttler Cem. ..$23
George H. Blount and Esther V. Blount to
J. C. Lsnnox— Part Farm lot 38. Alamlton
Harriet J. Weir and 8. T. Weir to Henry
I* Williams— Part lots 3 and 4; all lot 21, and
part lot 22, block 19, Hollywood $10
T. I. &. T. Co. to Laura E. Ball— Lot 6, Wll
shlre Place tract $3087
T. I. & T. Co. to Laura E. ltall— Lot 4. Wil
shlre Place tract $3087
Brearley Inv. Co. to John J. Bonner— Lot 3.
block 4. Brenrloy & Stnsabaugh tract $10
Howard W. Wood and Jennie E. Wood to
Gtorge Knarr — Part lots 8 and 7, block 11.
H. Boettcher and Alwlne Boettcher to W.
J Gretten— Lot 176, Boettcher tract $600
Same to aame — Lot 179. same tract.. $650
P. L. Byers and Alwllda Byerß to Robert
1,. Ne.al— Undivided two-thirds part lot Z.
Cohn's partition $100
L A. Pratt to L. W. Pratt— Lots 1 and 2,
J. E. Yoakum's subdivision part lot 4.
Vlftnes tract, block 4 $10
Hormosa Beach Land and Water company
to M. Ballard — Agreement tb convey lots 1, 2,
3 and 4, block 21, Second Addition to Her
mosa Beach $853
T. E Cleland to Homer Stout — Lot 15.
ClelandHome tract . , $237
R. F. doings and Margie Goings to W. H.
Clnne — Lot 23, block 3, Hummel & Denkor
Charles M. Sllmson to Will W. Beach —
Lot 8. block F. Fort Hill tract $10
Alnnzo Wakeman and Sadie Wakcman to
Charles M. Stlmson— Part lots 8 and 9.
Ahorn's subdivision $10
J. J. "Backus and Alice D. Backus to Wil
liam Edward Lankester— Lot 11. block 15.
Garvanza Land company's subdivision. s22oo
Clauile II Clark and Allot- Gertrude Clark
to Walter I, Wilson and Genevleve H. Wll
aon—Part lot 107. Hafen tract.. $2460
BUSINESS OF THE PORT
San Pedro Freight Statistics for the
Speoliil to The Herald.
SAN PEDRO, Feb. 3.— Deputy In
spector W. Muhar makes the following
statement of business in San Pedro
harbor during January, 1905:
inward— Vessels: Steamers, 80;
schooners, 21, barkentlnes, 4; revenue
cutter, 2. Total, 107. Net tonnage, 43,
6 SB. Seamen— Steam, 1274; sail, 819,
Cargoes, Inward — Lumber, feet, 29,572,
000; shingles, 13,113,000; shakes, 602,000;
laths, 2,139,000; poles 1251; -piles, 63G;
Posts, 600; ties, 26.740; merchandise,
tons, 1056: box shooKs, tons, 397; wheat,
sacks, 21,801; potatoes, sacks, 214; pas
unifiers, 3414. Outward— Asphalt, tons,
SS; merchandise, tons, 621; passengers,
TU (TUP; A «Ol,lt IN OMi I».\Y
Take Laxative Hroino gulnlne Tableta. All
druggists refund the monvy If It falls to curs,
K. W, 11n.v.-'s slKiiature la on each bvx. «ou.
Present Your Photograph Coupon! Before
. IVbruury 1
•All reader* of th« Log Angeles Her
ald holding photograph coupons are
requestml to present them > at ■. Mur
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before February 7, us the coupons will
BROUGHT TO TRIAL
COLORED MAN THREATENED
WITH A KNIFE
Large Estate Changes Hands— New
Pattittnt Church— Tent VII.
lages Condemned — Pasa.
114 Kast Colorado Street.
PASADENA, Feb. 3.— The pre
liminary hearing of Fred Karl
Morgan, one of the trio of bellboys
Implicated In the $20,000 Jewelry rob
bery at Hotel Maryland recently, wa»
continued by Judge Congdon from thl»
morning to Monday morning. The de
fendant's counsel, Attorney Thompson
of Los Angelefl, sent word at the last
moment that he could not come, and
for this reason the case was postponed.
Deputy Attorney Rose appeared for the
prosecution, and both W. S. Kdey, to
whose wife the jewels belonged, ami
Manager Llnnard of the Maryland
were present. Morgan was brought
Into court handcuffed to Constable
Newell. After the announcement of
the postponement he was taken back
to his cell In the county jail.
Tent Evil Discussed
A meeting of the North Pasadena
Improvement association was held laßt
night at Liberty hall, with about fifty
present. President Eason asked for the
teports of committees on the widening
of Fair Oaks and Summit, which
were favorable. Dr. Jackson, the wo
man who hns established the coloney of
tents on lowa street, came before the
association and spoke upon her side of
the question. She related the story of
her own 111 health in the east and her
endeax'or to earn a living here. Putting
up and renting furnished tents on her
own leased land aeemed to her to be
both sensible and feasible, as she took
every sanitary precaution. Mrs. Repp,
a tenant, corroborated what Dr. Jack
eon said. But the decision of the as
sociation was that so closely a settled
district as North Pasadena is not tho
place for a sanitarium nor yet for tent
villages where invalids congregate.
Prof. Parker, who has charge of the
land in question, has assured the com
mittee that when Dr. Jackson's lease
expires, sometime In June, it will not
W. T. Root of North Pasadena an
nounced today that he would be a can
didate for councilman from the new
Fifth ward, which embraces the ter
ritory recently annexed to the north
of the city. His opponent will be J.
Edward Kent, who was one of the
prime movers for the annexation of
The ten proposed amendments will
be voted upon tomorrow in the four
city precincts. Deputy City Clerk
Gregory yesterday distributed the bal
lot boxes and necessary supplies for the
. Edward Jones this morning swore out
a warrant for the arrest of Robert
Thompson upon the charge of assault
with a deadly weapon. Both the men
are colored. The trouble took place
late last night near the corner of Green
street and Fair Oaks avenue. Jones
claimed that Thompson chased him up
the street with an open knife In his
hand. Thompson has riot yet been
Mrs. Estelle G. Howland, formerly
Mrs. Jennings, has sold the Jennings
ranch juat east of the Country club to
an unknown purchaser for the sum of
$75,000. The ranch is one of the larg
est left near Pasadena, and Is well
improved. Mrs. Howland is at present
in New York.
Announcement was made today by
the First Christian church of the pur
chase of the Jones lot on the northeast
corner of Ramona street and Marengo
avenue, where the new church will be
built. The consideration was $10,000.
This building will make the fourth
large church on Marengo avenue-with
in the space of four blocks, the others
being the First" ' Baptist, the First
Methodist and the First Congrega
tional. The final papers were passed
this morning, after several weeks of
consideration. The property has a
frontage on Marengo avenue of eighty
feet and a depth of 195 feet on Ramona
J. A. DOYLE, NEWSPAPER
MAN OF REDLANDS, DEAD
Special to The Herald.
REDLANDS, Feb. 3.— James A.
Doyle, a well known newgpuper man
who ri'Hldeil in this city about fifteen
years ago, died lit his home on Eureka
street yesterday eyeniner. Mr, Doyle
was the editor of The Leuder, one of
the first publications in this city. The
young man was 35 years of age and
leaves a widow and three children.
Mrs. Doyle Is also very ill.
Dr. Charles Eastman, the educated
Sioux, who In company with his wife
is visiting 0. C. Goodalo, Mrs. East
man's unclei addressed the Indian «is
eoclatlon yesterday. In the course o(
his address Dr. ■ Eastman announced
Ms disapproval of the reservations,
pointing out the unmanly dependence
this system brings outt- He claimed
that laziness was filtered because tin;
red men were paid whether they wnrkivl
or not, He believes the Indiana ought
to be forced to go out Into the world,
when they would become In tlnu
Chans;* In Schedule
On and after Saturday, February 4th. the
Halt Luku Rouih train, which has heretofore
left Loa Angeles fo>' Long Heach and San
Pedro at 5:00 p. in. will Itave at 4143 p. in.
dally, making connection with Oalalma/
steamer on Hat unlay* only. Tho train uhtrli
now leaves Ban Pedro at 1:1 Vp. in. dally
will leave en and after February 4th at i;U '
p. in. and arrive in Lub Ancle* st (:30 i>. in.,
making dally connection with >uam»r fioni
SAN BERNARDINO TRUSTEES
TO HAVE NEW QUARTERS
Present Rooms Too Bmall and They
Will Be Located In the
Special to The tlrrald.
SAN RKHNAUDINO, Ffb. B.— The
city trustees have secured new quar
ters for a city hall, us the lease on
the present building will expire next
month and they nee entirely inadequate
for the future needa of the city. The
new quarter* «re in the Lloyd block,
adjacent to the postofllce, and will be
occupied next month. The plan to
build a new city hall hns been aban
doned for the present, owing to the
already heavy bonded indebtedness
of the city.
The contract for the new bath houses
at the Arrowhead hotel property hna
been awarded to Thomas R. Verger
for $25,000, and the contract for the
heating Apparatus) to the same person
for $5000. The great hotel is now under
way and will be completed as rapidly
as possible, The Improvements to be
made on the Hot Springs property this
year will total not less than $150,000.
The death of Lewis Franklin Logit
don, another of the pioneers of this sec
tion and California, occurred last mid
night after a lons illness, at the age of
66 years. He was a native of Illinois
and came to California In 1860 with an
ox team overland. He had resided in
San Bernardino the past twenty-two
years and whs well known among all
the older inhabitants here.
A colony of Imported parasites for
the destruction of the rodlln moth has
been received by County Horticultural
Commissioner S. A. Pease nnd the in
sects will be turned loose In some of
the apple orchardn In this county, there
being considerable trouble experienced
with the moth here by the growers.
A strange series of thefts has been
experienced by the California Portland
Cement company at its Colton works.
Several times In the past two weeks
various parts of the telephone instru
ments in different parts of the works
have been stolen and no trace can be
found of them. For what purpose
these pieces of the instruments can be
taken is a mystery.
An engine fitter named Stoddart, who
Is employed at the Santa Fe machine
shop, met with what came near being
a fatal accident while engaged in put
ting a locomotive together. A large
piece of machinery he was handling
slipped and struck him on the head,
fracturing his skull in such a man
ner that It Is feared It will prove fatal.
Burglars entered the home of A. H.
Alverson last night and secured $12 in
cash and other minor articles. Mr. Al
verson awoke and turned on the lights,,
finding the burglar crouching in the
room, but he made his escape by jump
ing through the pantry window, where
he had secured entrance by cutting the
screen. No clue •to his identity has
OLDEST INHABITANT OF
STATE DIES AT SAWTELLE
Long and Exemplary Career Ends
With One Hundred and
Special to The Herald.
SOLDIERS' HOME, Feb. 3.— The
death of the oldest man In California
occurred yesterday in Sawtelle at the
residence of Andrew J. Mudge, with
whom he had been ilving for many
years at Long Beach before removing
to Sawtelle three years ago.
William Wood, the decedent, was
born in Bedford Square, London, Feb
ruary 4, 1798. At four years of age
his parents removed to Toronto, Can
ada. During the war of the rebellion
he lived in Kentucky, and tried to en
list In the United States service but
was rejected on account of physical
debility. He came to California twen
ty-two years ago, living at Pasadena
awhile, then going to Long Beach. He
was a religious man of exemplary
habits, and never used tobacco or in
toxicating liquors. His mother died
at the age of 103, and a grandfather
llved to be 127 years of age.
Owing to the death last week of Mrs.
A. J. Mudge, with whom he had lived
so long, he seemed to realize that his
best friend had gone, and grieved him
self to death on that account.
FIRST VOYAGE A SUCCESS
Special (o The Herald.
' REDONDO, Feb. 3.— After encoun
tering a sea of unusual severity the
new tug Redondo, Captain Crockett
master, arrived this morning from San
Francisco, this being her maiden trip.
The staunch little ship, which hus
been built for the Los Angeles and
Itedondo Hallway company by ' tho
United Engineering and Ship liuilding
works of San Francisco, is a handsome
and staunch craft. In the trip just
made she gave ample proof of her sea
going qualities. She is eighty-five feet
in length, with a beam of twenty-two
feet, attains a speed of, nine and one
half knots an hour. The tug has an
engine of 320 horse-power, draws eight
feet forward and eleven and a half
feet aft, and la licensed to carry 100
excursion passengers. She is provided
with a ( Lisle gun for speeding a life Jtne
to the shore in a disaster; has hoisting
devices for raising anchors and masts,
has three water light compartments to
guard against sinking In a storm and
has modern equipments of life pre
servers and rafts. In the work for
which she is constructed she will ply as
far north' as Santa Barbara and ad
jacent islands, and as fur south a» San
The lledondo has already been elmr
tered by the city officials and business
men for a. trip that will have as its
objective point the HantH Rosa island.
The trip will be niude the coming week.
The cobt of the new boat U $40,000.
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be Invalid ufter that dale.
Half t teaspoon of Hnrt-ford'i
Acid Phoipha te in hall a glait of
water aftef meali gm >t perfect digntion.
Hor«for_'« Acid Phosphate
euros nervous and tick headache,
the tense of oppression, distress
and that "all gone*' feeling. It
reaches forms of Dyspepsia and
Nervous troubles that no other
medicine seems to touch. '
TRADE IS HAMPERED
Cold Retards Movement— Warm
Weather Will Bring Activity
fly Aaanclated Prcaa.
NKW YORK, Feb. 3.-Bradstreet«
tomorrow will Bay:
Widespread cold weather hampers
trade In nearly all lines, thus retard-
Ing, but not entirely checking the open-
Ing of spring distribution. Except In
a few cases, however, notably trans
portation and mining. Industry dis
plays rather lens than seasonable In
terference and the feeling Is strong
that milder weather will usher in wide
spread activity in all lines. The latn
freeze in Florida did much damage to
fruit and truck crops. January clear-
Ings are the largest ever recorded ' In
that month. Copper and lead are
higher on the week. Wool Is quiet but
firm here. London wool sales prices
were good except that some low grade l
cross-breds weakened slightly. Build-
Ing activity has been lessened by re
cent cold weather, and lumber and
building material for immediate use
are affected thereby.
Wheat, Including flour exports for
the week were 945,358 bushels, against
1,101,687 last week, and 2,604,226 last
year. From July 1 to date exports are
40,057,133 bushels against 101,351,344 last .
Activity to Come
NEW' YORK, Feb. 3.— Dun's weekly
review of trade tomorrow will say: • ; -
Business progresses steadily,' nil
speculative excesses having been :
avoided thus far, and the numerous
negotiations now pending indicate that
the maximum of activity is yet. to
come. Some Irregularity is ■ reported
for the first month and was undoubt-'
edly due to the exceptionally • cold
weather. . . ■
Distribution of merchandise is once
more on a liberal scale, traffic block
ades having disappeared and in many
cases large clearance sales have been
disposed of. Few labor disputes are In
terrupting work, although several new
controversies are threatened. ■ '■ Railway
earnings for January were 1.1 per cent I
larger than a year ago, and foreign
commerce at. this point for last week
showed an increase of $970,980 in !'• ex
ports and a gain of $529,082 in imports.'
Iron furnaces and steel I mills operate
close to their full capacity and .the
quarterly report of the leading concern
showed an enormous tonnage of busi
ness on the books at the end of the
Failures this week . in the United
States are 259, against 305 last week
and 246 last year. ■
Failures in Canada number ' 30,'
against 30 last week, 34 the preceding
week and 29 last year. ■ '
NEW YORK. Feb. 3. — The following tablei
compiled by Bradstreet, shows tho bank
clearings at the principal cities for the week
ended February 2. with the percentage of
Increase and decrease as compared with I tho
corresponding week last yer: '
New York 11,871. 999.953 44
Chicago i 183,512,61S 13. 7
Boston 136,646,123 .... .4
Philadelphia 119,367,849 10.3 ....
St. L,ouls 61,690.465 .... 11.5
Pittsburg &0.237.358 30.8 .
San Francisco ' 32,877,586 8.1 ....
Baltimore 25,420,712 8.4 ....•
Cincinnati 21,286,200 5.S
Kansas City 22,273,763 1.5 ....
New Orleans 20,394,694 .... 29.9
Cleveland 13,564,796 .... 3.5
Minneapolis 14. 003,551 .5 .....,"
Detroit 10,920,772 19.9 ■ .. . .i
Louisville 12,059,089 8.6 :
Omaha 7,460,936 4.* ....
Milwaukee 8,221,798 ,5 . ...
Frovidenco 7,070.500 ».5 ".,..,:
Buffalo 6,655,806 m
Indianapolis 6.282,034 .... 7.3
Pt. Paul 5,172.311 10.2 .' . . .
I .on Angeles 7,402,874 17.8 ....
St. Joseph 4,341.148 15.5
Denver (i,975,i'82 70.4 i
Columbus 5,037,100 11.6
Memphis 4,«!>0,83» .... 37.1.
Seattle 4,132,087 20.5 ....
Richmond 5,393,238 11.9 ■'.'..•
Washington 4.413.180 5.5
Savannah 3.596.262 .... K.I
Albany 5.774,033 3.8: ....
Portland, Ore 3.198,972 ».9 ....
Fort Worth 4,023,994 32. T
Toledo 3,529.523 30.3 ....
Salt Lake City 2,809,676 18.7
Peorla 2.987.359 19.4 : . . . .,'
Atlanta 2,198,328 18.8 ....
Rochester 1,124,886 3.9 ....
Hartford 5.196,035 ID. 9 ....
Nashville 2.660,048 .... 2.4
Dcs Molnes 2.189,330 12.5
Spokane 2.101, 530 8,3 ....
Tucoma 2.273,828 15.8 ....
Grand Rapids 1, 977.010 3.« ....
New Haven 2,166.397 16.9 ....
Haytnil 1,478,604 .... 13.5,
Norfolk > 1,554, 055 1».I
Npringfleld, Mass.. 1.364.953 1n. 2
Worcester 1,416.458 45.8 ....
Portland. M>\ 1.773.»0U 54.5 ....
Augusta <la 1.040.980 .... .47.6,
Topcka 861,955 12.2
Hloux t'lty 1,868,813 33.4
Hyraeiw 1.436.918 11.8
Kvansvllle 1.130.201 .... 8.9
Birmingham 1, 251.050 3.2 ....
Houston* 9,774. 296
Ualveston* 8,960.000 .... ■■•■
Totals. IT. S ,*2,752,003.234
Outside N V 860,006.235
•Not Included In totals because containing
other items than clearings.
Entertains American Ambassador
By Associated Prast.
BERLIN, Feb. 3.-iKmperor William
entertained Ambassador Tower and
Allison V. Armour of New York, at a
small dinner given at the palace last
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JL f^F^^ bracing be«l U«
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W^^BaJr alcohol lamp, »nd •
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