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I^J^y Ino. HITSINESS rnt.T.KOR. tn*
TjSSt? w - fli'vi'nth. Beautiful horn*
fjbkSMJ iMirrounfllnK*, day and ev^nlim
'^ m^m feme;)*. Call, write, phone.
r. UROWNSBBRQEB. Business Manager.
HOB S. Illil St. IllnntraW Catalogue.
'■ . '. ■■ SOUTHERN CAUFr>RNIA——mm
ANO CftAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND,
•*• S O*ANO *VC. tOt <»""'». €.41..
Marlborough School for Girls "».'
Mrs. Ueorgi A. Cuffell, PrlnolpaL 16in yatt
•pent Oot. t. Several cour.oi of study. Sp«-
eUI work In Art, HlntM-y, literature, Muilo.
eto. CertMaats aimlu to colleges.
bXffLyibnOOh. Wttht*.*— tons. TO V. M>.
Girls' Collegiate School '
Adams nnd Hoover Sts. "OABA 1119 ItOttAS."
Besmtlfal home and thorough school. Miss
' Parsons, Hiss Dennen, Principals.
The College of Fine Arts U. S. C.
Is at beautiful Oarvansa. Fainting, Sculp-
ture, Designing, Illuitratlnii, Architectural
Drawing, Art Tottery, Metal Work.
SPANISH BT A CABTIMAN-W MONTH, U
lessons; single, |l. (SI 8. OL.IVJ3. Home TSI4.
BPANIBH liKSSONS BT 'RXPEniENCEU
Spaalsh t»s^hnr. PHONFI HOMR 44! M.
< FOR RENT
■ y^J •''• Houiea
■ IO UST— "~~" " '
W» silverttp* a new list of unfurnlahcd
HOUSKB. COTTAGES, FLATS and STORES
- every BUNDAT. It you wish an up-to-date
list of such places call at our KENTAL,
JONES * RTDRR tAND CO.,
Ground Floor. 218 West Third st.
JlBBo— s-ROOM BUNGAI/>W, J.tO CASH, BAlj-
ance monthly. Apply 315 AIWARADO, cor.
TO LET— THREE I.AnOK FURNISHKD
, housekeeping rooms; gas llglit and cook-
Ing, bath, solar heater, 'phone; not room-
Ing house; cast, south, west windows;
sightly; near trolleys, Bonnie Brae re-
gion; adults. PHONES— RED 224'J; HOMB
$18 — THREE) ROOMS. COMPLETELY FUR-
nished, new, housekeeping. In new build-
Ing. 218 NORTH FREMONT BT.
TO LET— MODERN FLATS— WATER FREE.
*10— 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont. .-',-•
$12 — 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
112— B rooms, 884 S. Flgueroa.
112—4 rooms, 219 N. Flguerna. ,
$16—3 rooms, 834 8. Figueroa, furnished.
tl«— 4 rooms, (12 W. First.
116— 5 rooms. 1018 W. First.
$11 — 8 rooms, 204 V. Fremont, furnished.
818 — 8 rooms, 218 N. Fremont, furnished.
120—6 rooms, 330 South Figueroa.
WIESENDANaE^. 221 Laughlln Bldg.
' FOR SALE— AT ALTADBNA (NEAR PABA-
iiffna) — A special .bargain; six acres, one
block from car, near handsome residences;
planted to fancy table grapes and assort-
owner must sell quick anil will sacrifice it
for 83500; act quick If Interested. ] M.
PRATT. 60S Laughlln Building. Alta-
dena property a specialty.
t'-o'''--i:- Furnished Flats
Jo" LET— APARTMENTS AT "THE LY-
ONS," 928 South Hope street; finely fur-
■ n lulled housekeeping suites, all outside
rooms, new building, new furniture, steam
j heat, close in. near Doetoff ice and prln-
IclpaJ churches. ■, ■
FOR 816 TOU CAN RENT THREE ROOMS,
completely furnished for housekeeping;
new: gas range, bath, phone; close In.
134 S. FIGUEKOA. Also 204 N. FRJS-
|18 — THREE ROOMS, COMPLETELY FUR-
nlahed, new, elegant, in new building;
housekeeping; phone, bath, gas range. 818
MORTH FREMONT STREET.
Stores and Offices
OUB KENTAI DEPARTMENT. HAS NCM-
BEBOF THE BEST COMMERCIAL LO-
CATIONS Ut THE CITY— OROADWAY,
HHX, SPKIMG, MAIN AND LOS AN-
. OEIJES STREETS. ALL SIZES OF
STORES AND WAREHOUSES.
. SUBMIT YOUR WANTS.
K. A. ROWAN A CO.,
800 H. W. HEIXMAN. '
" FOR- RENT— BIS.OO; STORE ROOM 20x98.
I New brick building. HOMB 6390.
AND MASSAGE . v
tarlum, tub, vapor, electrlo and steam
baths; chiropody, manicure, scalp treatment!
and facial maaaago. Home phone 380 ii. MRS.
M. HERBERT. Manager. 235U Wwt Flnt.
VAPOR TUB HATIIB AND MABSAOE, AL-
cohol and oil nib, electrlo treatments.
218 NORTH MAIN STREET. Room 11.
Formerly at 330 M South Spring. Open
THK BADEN BATHS— STEAM AND HERB
baths. . Marvel electrical treatments, cure
pain Instantly. 218 NOKTII MAIN, Rooms
18 and 7. formerly at 330V4_S._Bprlng et.
FOR* COLDS, RHEUMATISM, A*LL~ BLOOD
disorders try Electro Invlgorator* Vibratory
treatments, tub, vapor, steam, electrlo baths.
7Ul',» S. BROADWAT. Electric Institute.
MANICURING PARLORS, BATH AND MAS-
saae, steam and tub baths, shampooing
sos lp treatments, facial massage. 41i',i S.
BPRINO, room 7. Home 4537.
ALLEN BATH PAKLORS— FORMKRLY AT
816", i South Spring, removed to 22-J West Ist.
We wilt be pleased to sea all old and new
patrons. OFFICE. ROOM t.
LEWIS PARLORS. ITIV, N. BROADWAY,
room "• Vapor bath, massage, chiropody,
face massage, manlcura and scalp treat-
1 . ment,
BULI'UUME VAPOR, ELECTRIO AND TUB
baths, massage and chiropody, «18H 8.
t.I'HINiJ BT. Phones Main 8781. Home :K-a3
HlSMinMlifciß 'nili NUMBER, 7M BOU'IH
SPRING ST., 1:00 m £>3, baths and massage,
under new management. Open Sundays.
3<>l SOUTH IHLIj— VAPOR AND TUB
baths; iiiussuk" for ooldn, rheumatism,
: nervousness. Opon every day.
SFLECT BATH PARLORS—mH NO. BROAD-
WAY, R. 8; formerly ot ll&K. 8. Uruadwajr.
I Vapor, tub and mansag*.
BATH PAlthOltS-FORMURLY MUTE 14-15
Yosemlte Hotel, moved to 309 TKMPLH BT.
ULKCTRIO TREATMENTS AND MANI"
curing. H3^> B. HfltlNO HT., mom 1.
ciitfiuliiineiu tonight (Washington's
-.birthday: good program, social time,, re-
, f r«shtn*nl*. Tickets— Adults, :'i tsents;
- children. II cents; fnini members and at
dour. IiUBNTB HALL, 63i !, a. bpilii.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
C. A. Smith to Oeorg* Uallvn — l,ot »». C
A. Smith* Third addition 110
B. W. Brlce to Jennie M. Davis — Part lot
13, block 4, Beaudry tract ..410
8. M. Irvln and M. M. Irvln to S\ F.
Domlnnue*— I,ot 20, block B, fchafer
tract „ |io
Los Angeiet Building and Irfiaji tnntonliitlon
0 Fernnnil Parmentler — Lot 28, block It,
Menlo Park aubdlvlnlon No. 9 Sin
It. «. Dlltj and Mary t>Ul« to J. O. Lon*
acre—Lots ll and 12, Slock 1», Broad
J. B. Tinna-inTA and luttl* B. Longftcre
to R. M. Dllt*— Part lot* 11 and 12, block
1», Ilrnnilnrri-K $10
irermvn F. Sells and Mary Sell* to Mary
J. Christian— Lot 62. block 38, Los Anselta
linpruvninnnt Company's subdivision. .(1050
Ci M. Klßgena (algns Chag. M. Klggona,
acknowledges Charles M. KlK*ene) and Km
ma N. Xi XK <Ti» to J. 8. Trout— Block S7,
Tacino Farms mi
Cnrollna Krhnrdt (known as Karollna Kr
liarrlt) and Brnrat Hrhnr.lt to Lo* Angeles
Stoneware and Rewer Pipe rninpnny— l.<>H
a, 3 And 4, Ueorge F. Coffin 1 * subdlvln
Dr. Charle* W. Allen to I*. N. Hvana »nd
Mary R. Knn«- Lot It, Lou Angeles Build-
Ing- Company tract $10
Clara Dryadale Catlern and May Titus
Newton, executrix of patate of Mary 11.
Newton, deceased, and Imilvlilunlly. to
Oottlleb Hallvrachs— Lot 23, Mary 11. New
ton traot $300
Same to Klliaheth 'A. Utter— Lot a,
Tltln Insurance and Trust company to
laabplle C, Rwlns;— Hi-conveyance of part
lot 10, Altadena Map No. 3 $10
K. B. Pierce to Minimi .T. Wlnalnw and W.
L. Wlnslow — Lot 2, Mosher tract $10
Fl. ■ H. Pierce to Luclen C. Turner — Por
tion nf trnct marked Brlatol In dlvlalon 11.
mili.Uvlilr.fi lands of S. Ck. O. if. associa
Luclen O. Turni-r to John <». Plank nnd
Mary B. Plank— Portion of tract marked
Brlatol In division B, subdivided lands of
B. O. O. U. association $10
Jane H. Harden and John R. Harden to
John McDonald — Lot 18, Joseph Wallace's
Jennie R. Harris nnd WIIMam P. H>ril«
to Ralph E. Ward— Portion of block i Hur
rett Villa tract . ,, .SIOOO
0>orB;o W. Stlmson and Jennie 'vy. Stlmson
tn Henrietta Spongier— Lot ,i«\ Bixth Street
and Lucas Avenue tract y- - $10
Alamltos Land company to Sarah Mlnshall
Lots 17 and la, block O, Mlramnr
tract v , ji i)
Union Trust company of Los Anitpli-s to
B. L. naldrliU* nnd Harah M. Tmidrldgi—
Lota 123 and. 123, Country Club t rrmre . . $1 0
Jamen H. Edmonds nnd Marlp B. Bdmnnds
to Jnsenh Hurkliii.rd — Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 7, 9,
11 and 12, block 2, Edmonds Adams Street
Henry C. Peet nnd Cordle 1. Peet to Mrs.
Carrln M. Owen— Lot 42, Clark & Bryan's
Westmoreland tract $10
Klon W. Bramble, Mary I,oralnn Bramble
and ,T. A. Brown to A. J. Hanborn— Portion
of lota 1, 2 and 3, Dlot« Adams Strrot
B. P. Williams and Wiley Tlndolph to
Lillian C. Norton — Lots !1 to 2«. block B,
and lot 28, block %. Moailnw fllfn trnct;
lots S, 13 and. 15, block ill. Long
Beach .< $710
Lillian ft Norton to. Oeorite D. Ranilford
—Lota 13 and 18. block 1)1, Long Bi>ach.sSOo
finmn «D Mrs. L. M. Stocking— l,ot 5, block
91, Lo/ig; Bfach $3nn
TlUe Insurance and Trust company to
Lout»o ciinvsoii— llpponvxynm-p of lots "firi.
57 and HI, Clawson Villa tract $10
Loulso Clawson to Lenh J. Spely — Lota r>fi
and 87. Clawson Villa tract $10
Maud H. Lnry and nininn L. Lnry to John
Crosby, Jr. — fxjt 21 and part lot 22, Ktißhpn
& Casterllne's suhdlvlslon $in
John Crosby, Jr., and Ktta Crosby tn
Warren W. Flshpr — Lot 21 nnd part lot 23.
Kiißhen & castprlliif's suhdlvlelon. . , ... .$lO
Charles H. Mansfield and noswell P.
Mansfield to William L. DonohuKh—Por
tions of block 11V4, Ord survey $1
Harrison Mlllpr and Nancy B. Miller to
Pacific Electric Land company — Lot 6, bloelt
1, Yorba & Paige traot fin
J. 1L Miller to same— Lot 7, block I,
same 1 1 0
Henry A. Zech and Matilda Zcch to Ida
May Garland — Part lot 1, block 70, Ord
Anna LetchUtner and W. H. Lechlltner 1 1
Albert P. Hill— Lot », block 8, Spntous
A. P. Hill and Cora Hill to Elizabeth
Porlck — Lot 9. -block 3. gentous tract. .S3OOO
A. X, Crawford, Eftlp. Crawford, F. N
Pauly and S. Jennie Pauly to Clara Manger
— Lot on west line of San Pedro street.
125. 27 feet north of south lino of Third
street i $ 1 0
Rllzabeth K. Thomas to l.uMla M. Don-lliiK
— Lot 4. E. E. Thomas Home tract $10
Vlrßlnla L. Palmer to Charles H. Wasr
pnpr — Part section 13. township 5 north.
ransr« 11 west $10
Charles H. Was-ener and Imosji^nn WaK
ener to Alpine Springs Land and WHtpr
company — Part section 13, township B north,
range 11 west $10
Alpine Springs Land and Water company
to Mary A. Brubaker — Part section 13.
township R north, range 11 w*st $700
M. L. Wicks to James Cook — Portion of
section 9, township 2 south, range 13
Title Insurance and Trust company ' to
Charles Joseph Ball— T*ot 11, block C, Wll
shire Boulevard Heights $10
Mrs. L. Hubert Marcotte and F. A. Mur
eotte to Oscar Rublo — Lot 22, Daly & M»t
tlcr tract $10
son to Ellen' C. Martin— Lot 11. subdivision
of block T, Mount Pleasant tract $10
W. B. Tneram and Hattle E. I Ingram to
George Dlddock— Lot 11, block a, Central
Park tract $10
Mrs. Annie J. Moore, M. It. Moore. Lizzie
V. Carnentpr, P. C. Carpenter. A. S. Rnnktn,
Mary E. Moore and C. F. Moore to 1,. M.
Valentine— Lots 21 and 22, William Smith's
Mrs. Luclnda T. Nash to John E. F.
Bohnlng— Lot 3. block B, Desnoyer
Jessie Armstrong to W. E. Emerson — Lot
19, block 15: lot «, block 16, and lot 11.
block 18, all In Brooklyn tract $10
Frederick W. Wentmi-yer and Edith West
mey«r to Margaret E. Ollok and Nnoml
Bllck— Part lots 1 and 2, block L, Knot.
Hill tract *1»
Arnold Armstrong and Eva M. Armstrong
to Hattle M. Mason and Bort 8. Mo«on—
Lot 76.. Clark & Bryan's Flgueroa Str«»t
tract ' 10
Frank A. Valle and Louisa S. Valie to
Oranvllle MacQowan— Lot 1. block 5, Frsnk
Sablchl tract »°
William F. Clelnnd and Leonora A. Clel
and to Pasadena Investment company — Lot
20. TJtjnsmoor tract »1 °
Eliza Barnea to F. H. Tillers— LoJ 10,
block 8, Byram Patterson Millor subdivis
ion . •
BCHIKFMAN DENTAL CO..
107 N. Spring st.— Painless extracting, filling,
crown and bridge work, flexible rubber
plates. Pure gold fillings, 'iF.o up; all other
nlllngs, too up; cleaning teeth, 50a up; 28-
karat gold crowns and bridge work, |.~>; par-
tial plates, IS up; full sets, 85. Open even-
ings and Sunday forenoons.
DR. BACHMAN. DENTIST. LATE OF MlN-
neapolls, is Dermanmtly located at 20t-10
JOHNSON BLDG., Fourth and Broadway.
FRANK BTEVKNSI 3it^~IoUTH~SP~IUNo!
FOR BALE— NEW AND BECOND-HAND
uianos, Including such well known makes
as Stelnway, Kranlch & Bach, Bstey, Em-
erson and other high grades. We are also
agents for the Cecilian — "the perfect pi-
ano player." GBO . x BmKBL co.,
84C-847 South Spring Street.
L*l VORCB LAW A SPECIALTY : AimUiiS
free. No fee without success or In advanoe.
Call or write O. W. COOK. 5U Btimw>n
block, ofliner Third and Spring. Open every
DIVUKCE LAWS-ADVICE FRE2| NO FEU
without success; private. J. 11. SMITH. 118
W Third «' • Room 811. 8 to 4 p. m.
TO LBT— COLYHAR WAREHOUSE CO.
Fire-proof open storage or separate locked
rooms; experienced packers at one-third leas
than ithers. 415-17-10 BaN PEDRO BT. Main
office, m-U 0. MAIN, l'hones: Home 8154;
UMBRELLAS ANO QLOVE MAKERS
FIMIC^D^ : O~S^Rn?IcS'"ALL U OOOUS IN
10 days) everything sold at halt prloe on
account of building being torn down.
Umbrellas r«-oover«3. »»> » MAIN BT.
pianos bold'on baby payments^
llanos rented at low rates. A. O. GARD-
NER PIANO IluUBl!, Ltd., 11l Winston »t
Phone Black itU. Home phens, 81W.
AUTOS AND OTHER YgHJCLES
AUTOMOHU-E — WANT TO KXOIUNGK
one white tonueau, '84 pattern. One l'lerou
Uuryea, both good as new, for re«l «ttat«.
410 WILCOX BLOCK.
LOft ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY a, tQOS.
Huntlngton Land and Improvement com»
pany to Edward A. l>. Christopher — Lot I,
block 1, park place lit
Edward A. D. l'hrl#t»pher »n4 Clara V.
3hrlMopher to Geerge t>. Thompson — Part
lot 10, block I>, Wtit Lo* Angelps *1 0
Charlea Mettler, «#rtha Mettler, A. W.
Forrexter and M. Ella Forrester to I'Mwln
C. Kroeck — I^ot X, block 13, Adams gtrett
Arlington Height! tract |1«
Title Insurance and Trimt company to
Charles Mettler— Lot 1«, block 13, and lot
It, block 12, Adams Street Arlington
Height* tract |1»
Harry L. Bennett company to J. K. Ott—
Agreement to convey lot 4«, llnrry L. Ben
nett's Plgueroa place $Si*
Jacob Kuehrts and 6u»«n Kuhrta to Jo
hannes Anderson— Lot 87, Myem traet...|l*
Annie a. Newton and T. 11. Newton to
Bradford I), .lackaon and Corn K. Jackxon
—Lot 6, block 1, D. W. Shelhamers subdi
Caroline Nlmmo (formerly Caroline Per
sing) nnd 11. F. Nlmmo to lienjamln It.
Redfleid — Tract of land In Rancho Santa
Gertrude* | sniu
John A. Aldrltt, P. W. Croake and Wll
linn T, McCann to Minnie Mary BreeM— -
Agreement to convey lot 77, Croake A Me-
C'ann's Clem of Hollywood tract $SOO
George R. Royse and May C. Iloyse to
Manuel VV. Halfley— Lot M, Hayes tt rumt'*
Josrph Lucas and Hnruh J. Lucas to Hrlsy
Homestead amtoclatlon . .' 1800
F. H. Dauxherty and Fleldn Unnghcrty t^i
Arthur Hotmon and Hnrnh llobpnn— lrfit* t
and I, block J, Central Park Front tract. »lo
linymond Lmprovement company to Wil
liam Henry Kluhbaugh and Catherine M.
Kinhhnugh— Lot 11, block X, Ilaymond VIM*
tract No. 1 MO
Tlininn* llaverty and Bophla Haverty to
Klla f.. Mngoon— Lot 8, block A, Cable Rrtft'l
tract; strip of land ten feet adjoining «nld
lot, being portion at Temple stroct SI 0
Margaret M. Fette to Ottllle Hubert— Lot
10, block 2, Park tract 11360
Union Trust and Henlty company to
Htlghu , '. .' .' 110
John A. Hmlth and Kmmn It. Minlth to
C'hnrlca U. Goodwin— Lot 1, Nlcklln trnct.tlo
ij6s Annelfln Hrnlty syndicate to Alrxanclwr
T.atuhaw— Lot Ji, block 8, Dnyton Helghtn
Richard Watts to -AnitHlna Watts— l Aits
10 and 11, block C, Sherman; lot a«, Lnrrn
mond Addition In Hhrnnnn IM
Hlchard Walls to Angelina Watts— Lot 2t>,
block 34, Bloctrlc Railwfty Homestcsd aniin
Los Aiiki'li'h (VmetPry aMoclatlnn to l.ona
M. Robfrts and ' Marian C«»« — Aurrrmrnt to
earn for lot 4M4, lOvergreen crinctery. .IJOil
Samo to V. <). ('alt — Agreement lo cure
for lot 3«4, same »100
B. O. Fcohnrk "nil MnrgHmt Frpbeck In
J. F. Hnmlltnn— l-ot 21, block X, Ofpnn
I'ark Villa tract V»
I). IS. KlllpK and l,"ii« Killlpa In R. C.
l.rmon — Lot 37, Blrong *c lilcklnsnn's Wood
lawn tract $>••
THIh Inmirancc nnd Trimt fomuany to
Ruben Roesslpr— l,ot ll», South Pnrk Avenue
Home tract No. 2 »10
Redomlo Improvement company 10 I lurry
Fullpr Klilnni'i'— hut 31, block 180, liednndu
Beach 15 M
W. C. AndPt'Hon and Miiry Andprron to
Mrs. C. B. Moore— Part of lot 14, Iteyes
tract ? I."
n. N. Martin lo Mr». Carrlp R. MrUn
mant — Rei'elpt nnd contract nnd «Hle of lot
X, block 1, 11. W. Morgan's Byrumore Ornvp
H. A. • Pnrlntnn lo M. A. llrown . Wllps—
Lntn 24 and 2K. Bronxnn tract $IO.»no
John 11. Wise In Mrr. Cwrrlo Mnerllng—
Lota 11 and 12, block SI, A«uxa KM
Claranoi T. Renfrew and Anna llpnfrpw to
& Grahnm'H Bddltlon' .....' '. . . ..»IO
IMwMi-il I'nwilon Hint Hilllh M. i.'awunn
to Hugh It. Thornton— l.«'t 17, block A, Kd
win Caw-sum tract ♦' ll
Louis llati-lwnod Hmlth to Lpupnld It.
Smith ami ETather Wadlow-— Lot 1 nnd part
lots 2 anil S, lienfinnre Villa lots Jl»
P. O. Llehpig and l,»lln U Llnbcrg In
Cora O Olposon— Part lots 1 and 2, l.ymiin,
Rlro A Olles" subdivision »1.1
Dolgcvlllr- I .ami company nnd San linbrli-l
Wlnp company to Mndeleno Jlrkowsky— l.»t
2, block 3, subdivision No. 1 of Dulgp
N. M. Pbiilpoh to Wesley B. Parker nnd
Elizabeth Pnrker— l.ol» 24 and 2.T, block 11,
Flanagan's subdivision of Orange Slop.
Cora M. Miller anil Burnett It. Miller to
Rone foHtorlsun— l,nt d, block 13, Chllrlo
HplghtH tract *li>
Alva A. Can- ami Clnda N. Gary to Fran
ces K. Park— Part of Farm lot 3d. Ordenn
Kltnhall W. Wing and Mary R. Wing to
Gartha B. Davis— l.nt 18, block «, Hlßhland
tract addition No. 1 110
Walter A. Ch.tmhprlaln to William J.
Pierce— Lot «, Albert Phclpa tract $1100
. M. A. Foreter to A. L. Kamngp — l-ot 15,
block 3S. and lot 12, block 27, Pasadena
Villa tract >«0
Sams to J. A. Ramage— Lot 4, block 20.
RnuPdalP Cemetery association to Cora E,
Montgomery— Part lot 226, section I, How
dale cemetery $80
Same to same — Agreement to core for
Charles F. Helinle to Charles Pollock-
Lots 17 and 18, block 7. Playa del R0y..»10
CharlPH Pollock to 11. J. Benedict— Lots
17 and 18, block 7, Playa dPI Roy »ll>
Emma Holm and Ferdinand Holm to
Fred Braver— Lot 39, Robert Marsh te Co.'s
Western Heights 41(1
Bamo to Braver & Krohn— Lot 40, Robert
Marsh & Co.'s Western Heights .•. .110
O. H. Flnley and Emily M. Flnley tn
Margaret Chapman— Undivided half Inter
est in lots 30 to 30, 39, 41, 42 and 43, Fiti
ley tract »10
Moyo W. Stephens and Mary Hcndi'lck
Stpphena to Erneit 0. Dcvens— Lot 79. Al
varado Park tract flO
Mary A. Harvey, trustee, to Gwendolyn
A. Harvey — Lot 13, block 10, Pioneer Builu
lng Lot association M»
—Same ! .' »10
Allison Barlow and Bertha Barlow to
S. M. Kanzlg— Lot 8, block 24. Da Sum
Heights > 1300
Marie L. Anderson nnd James C. Anderson
to Katherino I. Larson— Lot 13 and part lot
12, block 1. Doollttle & Talbofs subdlvla
Helen Tllton (formerly Helen RabL-r) an<l
J. 3. Tllton to James A. Ogden and Julius
A. Ogden — Lot 48, P. .1. Brannen tract.. »l(l
G. A. Cortelyou to W. B. Judson— T,ot»
34 to 46, block X, East Loh Angoles View
Anna M. Spence to Jennie Cunant— South
one foot of lot 15, block L, Bonnie Brae
James JV. Pierce to Francra C. Pl«rce—
Part lot 5, Griffin's reserve thlrty-aer«
J. J. Phelps and Addlo 13. Phclpa to A. <.
Bratnober — Lot 21, block 6, Park tract. s2oo.)
Title Insurance and Trust compuny to
Mrs. Mary C. Sims— Lot 25, block G, Hunl
lngton Park annex 1250
Abbot Klnney to Miss Mary K. Null and
Mlsu Ella Roberts— Part lots 7 and »,. block
8, Oolden Bay tract $lo
William Georitu Blcwult and Lucia L.
Blewett to W. L. Brent— Lut 32, block L.
Knob Hill tract flu
Evelyn M. Forco to J. Francis Hurmun
and Cecelia C. Harmon— Part lot 21, block
T, West Los Aiiki'li'h $tv
L. C. Brand and Mary Loulso Brand to
Oliver S. Bond and Clara A. Bond — Lots II).
34, 70, 78, »3. 181, 136, HI and 176, Qrliler
& Hamilton's Lomlln park II
Oeorjre A. Comperu to Amy Compere — Lot
19, block 26, 0, V. Hall tract «i
J. 'E. Longacre and Hettlo B. Longncre to
B. L. Jones — Part lot 12, block 18, Broad
Eddy Ames Hamilton nnd Nellie Ellza
belli Hamilton to John 8. Myers and Lou
Myers — Lot 58, West Moroland Heights
tract f Dili
S. W. Garretson and Mattle C. Garri'tson
to Prentlcp. B. Moore— Lota 9 and 10, Lin
coln Avenue Syndicate tract... ?.".r.no
Elizabeth Leech to Charlotte L. Tanner-
Part lots 47 and 49, block 28, Angeltmo
Joseph F. Grass and Kulallfl Grass to Many
A. Dennis — Lot 1 and part lot 2, Hollywood
Vista tract flO
Dolgevlllp. Land company and Snn Rabrlel
Wine company to Jennie C. McLeod — I^it
29, block 11, subdivision No. 2, liolrc
ilnlilPii State Realty company to Mrs.
Dora Merger — Lots 36 mil 37, Watts Junc
tion tract $23u
Henry Putney and Nina P. Wado to Carl
L. Ostberg and Cora L. Ontberg— Lots 1 anil
t. block 27, C. V. Hall tract $2000
W. 8. Collins and Mary A. Collins to Mrs.
Catherine Hummel — Lot 10, Swan subdivis
Etta Conner Ti-iivlh to Mophle Wertsoh—
Lot 22. block 219, Inglewood Orantte
Orchard tract |i;.u
O. E. St. John and Daisy V. St. John to
Bdlth Johnston— Lot 1, block 132, Santn
T. O. Smith and Margaret J. Smith to
Seymour P. Wilson — Lots 18 and 19, block
B, Ranta Fe tract $10
Antoinette W. Stephens to Augustine Ken
dall— Part lot 0, Rosalind traot no
Charles C. Hiinl and Annie T. Beach to
liiiiiu L. Sheer— Lot 18. block 10, Short
Line Beach subdivision No. 1 $)o
Aitne* 1,. Gets and Keturah c. Guts to
Allln L. Rhodes— Part lots ii and 4C. block
A, Dunkelberger tract $io
Allln L. Rhodes to Agnes L. Gets and
Keturah 0, Oets — Same as above $111
Adelaide Bouttlcr (formerly Adelaldx
Olovy) to Louis ltmittlir — L»t ii, block 3.
Park traot .i It
Title Insurance and Trust company to
W. A. Polklnghorn — Lots S and 6, block '.'.
Adams Street Arlington Heights tract.. ltd
Same to same— Lot 0, block 24, Short Line.
Beach subdivision No. t $10
S 11. c.illlns and Lucy U. Cdllliim to R. J.
Boper — Lots 25 .and 20, block 47, Lour
1011 a C. Carllii and J. P. Carlln to J. P.
Curtis and Charlotte Curtis — Part lot B.
block S. Btat* Street tract flo
Mrs. Louis* Chapman to James P. Curtis
and Charlotte Curlls— Part lot 1, block to.
FARMERS REJOICING; PROS
PECTS UNUSUALLY BRIGHT
Crop Bulletin Indicate* a General
Feeling of Prosperity Through
out Southern California—Lit
tle Damage From Frost
Farmers are happy, according to
Qeorge E. Franklin, the weather fore
caster. The official bulletin Junt Issued
The very cold weather which pre
vailed nt the clone of last week's bul
letin wah ' followed by a rnlnstorm of
■everal days' duration that ajuve gen
erous and well dlfltrlbuteil rains in
Southern California and was succeeded
by warm, generally cloudy weather.
The reports this week show that
while the cold wns quite Revere It was
of short duration, and no damage re
sulted to citrus fruits or trees; In
places tender vegetntlon and young
growth were nipped by frost and In the
mountain sections the cold weather
was considered beneficial In preventing
premature blooming of deciduous fruit
trees, which wilt enable them to escape
Intp spring frosts.
The noil hns'not been ho thoroughly
soaked for yenrs, and generally farm
work nnd orange shipping Hre nt a
Btnnrigtlll on' account of the ground
and orchards being too wet for work.
Crops of every description are growing
vigorously and abundant yields are
Following are extrnctH from corre
spondents' reports by counties:
Santa Barbara County
Snntn Barbara— l.9s Inches rain fell
February 16-17, making 21.02 Inches for
the Reason. The weather has been
mild mid calm; the wind storms which
prevailed elsewhere did not reach here.
The growth of vegetation Is quite re
Fillmore— The frost of February 13
did no damage to citrus fruits; 2.75
inc-hea rain fell February 16-17, making
15. 21 Inches for the season. The rnltiH
made the rivers unfordable. Several
cars of oranges being, shipped, not
withstanding wet weather.
Rardsdale— 2.so Inches rain fell dur
ing the late storm, making 14 Inches
for ' the season. No frost occurred
Long Brach M 0
Emily A. Brown to J. P, Curtis nnd Char
lotte Curtis— Lot li), block 2, Strain & Lewis
LlKlo Wlllard and Charles Willard to J.
P. Curt In and Charlotte Curtis— Lot 7, block
29, Long Beach ! »10
John I'arklnson and Mela B. Parkinson to
Florence B. Cramton — Lots 3, 4 and B and
part lots 2 and 0, Alfred James tract... JH'
Amanda P. Wiggins and Frank Wiggins
to Henry Clay lireeden— Part lot 18, block U,
Uolden Bay tract *. UU
Mary K. Htccn and Ef. D. 'Stern lo Kufus
W. Doilbp — Lot 8, Steen's subdivision . .$1450
Samo to name— Lots 7 to ID, Stcen's sub
division * aB()
M«ry B. Parker and F. A. Parker tn I.
R. Vandewater— Lots 1. 3 and 5, block 38,
Lonsr Beach 'V
Clara ritovons to Robert Rppse and Lowel
la Rppfp— Lots 17 and 19, block 1, Atlantic
Avenue addition • • • • • • • • • - • »_°
Kate Sullivan to C. G. Brobst— Lot a,
block 4. Sullivan tract .»J0
J. P. Curtis and Charlotte Curtis to J. P.
Carlln and Klla C. Carlln— -Lots 1 and 3,
block A, Hcndrlckson tract 11"
Hplph M. Roberts and George Roberts 10
L. J. Kennedy— Lot 1. Varney tract $1250
C. Peterson and KJcratlnc Peterson to
Mortimer J. Ely— Part lots 14 and 16, block
87. I, miff Beach » 10
Ida May Bolllnger to Mary L. Baker-
Part lot 1, block 14,^ Long Beach $10
San Pedro Shipping
HcliuonfT itci'tha liDllii'i'i-, (SriiyM Harbor.
Schooner It. W. Uortlctt, Orayu Harbor.
Barkriitine Uulllswood, San Francisco.
Sti-unier Norwod, San Krimclsco.
Schooner Meteor, Hadloek.
Siimjkci- Hubert Searl?B, (Jtays Harbor.
Kluamer P, 11. I^Kgett. Kedouuo.
VESSELS IN PUKT
Schooner Minnie A. Came, Tiu-rniiH.
Huiki-iitlm- John C, Meyer, Everett.
Sohuoner J. M. C'olnian, Everett.
Schooner Salem, H.iilm,!.
Schooner Ameilcana, Poitlund.
Schooner Salvutoru, Uamlilti.
Schooner Mui-.nl. Pnrtlai'J.
Schooner Carrier Dove, Uiay's Hurbor.
Steamer Harold Hollar.
Schooner lioreulls, Abtorla.
Schooner Kthel-Zana, Portland.
Steamer Northland, Portland.
Schooner VV. V. Oarniß, Mlukoly.
Schooner 13. K. Wood, drays Harbor.
Hlcumer Santa llarhaia. Grays Harbor.
Steamer Norwood, (li-uj-h Hurbor.
VESSELS ON THE WAV.
Ship Uaiißßlure 1»'
Ship I'liulox. HammiiK i.
Schooner Ilitrtha Dulbeer, Eureka l»
Mark Haydn Brown, Tacoina 3
Schooner Oceania Vance, Uruy's Harbor.. U
Schooner K»na, llray's Harbor H
Harkc-ntlne J. M. Urlfflth. Hadloek «
Schooner Sadie, I'iiipcjuii «
Schoonep W. V. Jewel, (h-ny's Harbor. , 5
Schooner Alvena, Taconia 4
Schooner Hubert Dollar, Mukllteo 4
Schooner Hoe, Portland i
Schooner l-ucy, Ump'iua 4
Steamer VV; P. Kruner, Dray's Harbor.. 3
Schooner Aaalea. Eureka 3
Steamer Santa t'ruz. San Francisco 2
Steamer Hamoa, I'uspur 3
LOADING KDIt THIS IJOHT1 J OHT
Schooner Prosper, l'.allind.
Schooner Wawona, Walapa.
Schooner Admiral, Everett.
Schooner Boquel, lludlock.
Schooner Mahukona. Portland.
Schooner K.-lliinc.-. I'.rnjs Harbor.
Schooner l.udlow. lludlock. »
Schooner Stlnimm. Jlallurd.
Schooner Snow & J3urg««n, Ludlow.
Schooner i_'oinm«rc«, Everett.
Schooner I'olumblii, Milliard.
Schooner Endeavor, Olympla.
Schooner M. Wlnkleinan, (Iviiyn Harbor.
Schooner Kesolute, Delllngliam.
Schooner W. F. Wltiemnii. Clrayt Harbor.
Schooner Makawoll. Mukllteo.
Schooner J. 11. llruce, Tacoina.
Steumer 3an Oabrlel, Ilmpqua.
Schooner Philippine, r.iuy'n iliirbnr.
Steamer Chehall", Uray's Harbor.
MA It INK NOTEd.
Steamer Harold Dollar may complete dln
chai'Ke of lumber cargo tonlcht by working
over time and will depart early tomorrow.
The mulsh steamer (llenerlcht haa chartered
for loading at Hamburg for Hun I'edro with
Tim German imp, PlmUw. Captain Tliniii,
about forty days on the way from Hamburg
for this port, ran aground Junuury T at Bchu
lan, but ua* floated next duy an.i proceeded
The steamers Ho«, Kruger, Samoa and Holi
er t Dollar are due In port tomorrow.
Schooner Hurtha Dolbecr, twelve days from
(tray a Harbor, brought In 300,000 feet of lum
ber for the Southwestern Lumber company.
Steamer l'\ 11. l«gg»tt, I'aptaln Hauler, left
this evening for Htdondu to tlnlsli discharging
balance ot cargo. .
Always Rwember tho Full If »me 4
I axauve t&rqmo Oidiiine^C PTLJb en«v«ry
M^ ,1 . ...- . Jjrmmmmmm . %4' f(~\ _f_f m r_\_tt m iii ■ — ».-,„ -»«_
during the week. Oran*e« are in prime
condition; temonn nre a heavy crop.
Lea Angeles County
La. Creacenta — 8.40 Inches of ruin fell
during the week, making It Inche* for
the season. Rain fell heavily at times
and caused tome washing; a heavy
thunder storm occurred February 17.
Pine growing weather prevailed during
the week. The prospects for good crops
were never better.
Toluca— 2.3S Inches of rain fell dur
ing the week, making a total for the
season of 16.11 Inches.
Sierra Madre— Generous rain fell dur
ing the week; total for the season 20
Inches. Thfl cold weather on February
13 ruined tomato plants, but did no
damage to citrus fruits; tender ahoots
on lemon trees were not even hurt.
All vegetation Is responding to the
Duarte— Fine weather the first of the
week and heavy rains the latter part.
No tinmage wns done to citrus fruits
by the cold weather on February 13;
there was no frost, except In low
grounds. No fruit has been gathered
L.onlsbur(r-L>R Verne— 2.Bs Inches of
rain fell during the week, making 14.87
Inches for the season. The heavy frost
reported In other places In. the valley
betmmo a very light frost here, and no
damage was done to citrus fruits or
San Dlmas— Generous rnlrts during
the week Improved pasturage. Orange
picking has begun; the fruit Is In fine
condition and shows no_ signs ot puff-
Ing. The nights have been cold, but
free from frost.
Downey— After a week of fine grow
ing weather, rain fell from Tuesday to
Thursday nnd added an Inch to the
season's rainfall; 9.23 Inches have fivllen
Pomona.— 2.B9 Inches rain fell during
the lost storm, which extended over five
days nnd did very little diimage; roads
were washed In places, but not made
Impassable. Cultivated lands near old
washes were cut a little in places. It
Is not remembered when so much rain
fell ho KP'itly. Total rainfall for the
season 14.05 Inchpfl.
San Bernardino County
San Bernardino.— l.B9 inches rain fell
durlung tho week, making 11.33 Inches
for the season, j The cold weather on
February 13 did not Injure citruH
fruits or trees; tender vegetables nnd
young growth were nipped by frost.
The ground Is in fine condition and
large crops are assured.
Upland— 2.74 Inches rain fell during
the week, making 15.16 Inches for the
season. Frost on the morning of Feb
ruary 13 was heavy enough to kill
tcmato plants, the first time this win
ter, but It was not severe enough to
hurt oranges or lemons.
Oucamonga.— 2.2s Inches rnin fell
during the week, making 15.16 inches
for the season; < Ught frost occurred
early In tho week, but did no damage.
Warm weather followed the rain. A
heavy hay crop Is assured. Orange
shipments have been resumed.
Redlnnds.— Mild, generally cloudy
weather during the week, with boun
tiful rains. . Grain and grass are
making rapid growth. \ Orange ship
ments were light on account of the
rain. Citrus fruits were not hurt In
the least by the cold weather on Feb
Highland— l.B3 Inches rain fell during
the week. The morning of February
13 was one of the coldest in fifteen
years; thin ice formed In exposed
places and tender vegetation was
nipped, but no damage occurred to
citrus fruits or trees.
Yucaipe— February 13 was the cold
est day for eight years at the summit;
.the temperature, fell to g degrees. No
damage occurred in the apple and
cherry-growing districts; much good
will probably result In retarding the
bloom on trees, enabling them to es
cape tho heavy frosts tha/. occur In
April and May in these high altitudes.
Riverside County ,
Banning— Rainfall for the week, 2
Inches; for the season, 14.07 Inches,
grain and grass nre growing finely;
almond trees are blooming freely. Good
crops are promised.
Temescal — 2.13 Inches rain fell dur
ing the week, making 17.45 Inches for
the season. The cold weather last
week was not severe enough to hurt
citrus fruits. Plowing impracticable,
except on sandy soil. Good growing
weather during the week. Orange pick
ing at a standstill; the ground is too
wet for work In the orchards.
Orange — The week was generally
showery and over an Inch of rain fell.
No frost has occurred this winter nnd
nothing has been hurt by cold weather,
not even tomato plants or calla lilies.
Westminster— A high desert wind
first of the week was followed by a
rain storm that gave more than an inch
of rain, which made seven Inches for
the season. The ground is too wet to
plow. .Celery shipments light. Cab
bages are growing finely.
El Toro — 1.62 Inches of rain fell dur
ing the week, making 11.56 Inches for
the season. Very little farm work Is
possible, n« the ground Is too wet.
San Diego County
Chula Vista— l.s7 Inches of rain fell
during the week, making 9.75 inches for
the season. The ground Is wetter than
It has been for several years, too wet
for plowing and seeding or picking
oranges. The lowest temperature of
the winter occurred February 13. but
no Injurious effects havo been noticed
to oranges or lemons. Some oranges
were picked early In the week.
I<akeelde — Dry and cold first of the
week, warm and rainy latter part;
four Inches fell during the storm just
closed, making 9.50 for the month,
fifteen for the season and breaking all
records. Water stands In ull depros
fitons and low places; the ground Is
thoroughly souked and abundant crcpi
HBcondldo— .99 of an inch fell Wed
nesday and Thursday, making 13.55
Inches for the eeniron; rain continue*
at close of report.
Curnpo— February 13 w«b very cold,
with the heaviest frost for year*,
which will prevent premature budding
of fruit trees; 4.90 Inches ruin fell from
February 14 to lft, sending Campo
river Into a high flood, which spread
out at the western end of the vftlley
for the first time this year. This
means running rivers late Into the
summer. Warm, -sunny weather fol
lowed the storm.
PIER FOR OCEAN PARK
City Presented With Tract of Land
Special to The Herald.
OCEAN PAItK, Feb. 21.— An appU
catlon of Francis V. Dunham 'for the
privilege of erecting a pleasure pier
nt the foot of Navy street was favor
ably pawed upon by the Ocean Park
board of city trustees last night. The
probable rout of the structure Is esti
mated at MO.nno.
Messrs. Fraser, Jones and Oage have
presented the city with a quit claim
to a strip of land on the ocean front
known as the Strand tract to be used
for park purposes.
Papers of Incorporation have been
taken out by the Hoys 1 Success club,
and an effort is now under way to
double the present membership be
fore July ;. The club is one of the
most needed and beneficial Institutions
at Ocean Pnrk,, filling as It does, the
place of the T. M. C. A.
WILL RACE TODAY
•MATINEE OF DRIVING CLUB
THIS .' FTERNOON
Local Enthusiasts Expect Records to
Be Lowered at Agricultural
Park — Complete
Today promises to be remembered In
the history of the Los Angeles Driving
club nnd among the lovers of light
harness racing in Southern California.
The Agricultural park track Is In the
best possible condition and it Is hardly
to be doubted that the predictions of
the establishing of several new South
ern California records will be fulfilled.
The recent warm weather has per
mitted the fast steppers stabled at the
park to have good work-outs during
tho last week. They are all on edge for
the fray, and the free-for-all trot and
the free-for-all pace will probably fur
nish two of the most closely contested
harness races ever run In Southern
California. Ed Delorey's Welcome
Mack, who chalked up a new record
of 2:08^ at the last matinee, is in
prime form and he is expected to muss
this time up materially. The Main
street cars go directly to the park.
Races will begin promptly at l:3o'p. m.
First race, 2:30 pace— Gluck (M. B.
Mosher, owner); Dewey (A. I, Stewart,
owner); T3lg Don (P. B. Michael, own
er); Laura G (George L. Pierce, own
er) ; Mollie Haskirts (J. P. Galnes, own
er); Josephine (R. Bourland, owner).
Second race, 2:25 trot— Llmonero (H.
Arms, owner); Master Delmar (W. A.
Clark, Jr., owner); George Anderson
(W. S. McGlffert, owner).
Third race, 2:30 pace— Glen (C. A.
Pounder, owner) ; Casey (B. R. Gulrado,
owner); Athale (J. ,G. McGlnnls,'own
er); Virginia (Charles Cleveland, own
er); Daniel J (W. A. Clark, Jr., owner);
Chloe (C. A. Canfleld, owner).
Fourth race, free-for-all trot — Ro
zelle (J. H. Reynolds, owner); Ole (H.
N. Henderson, owner); Rita H (Byron
Erckenbrecher, owner); Brlney X
(Henry Berry, owner).
Fifth race, free-for-all pace — Tough
nut (Dr. C. W. Bryson, owner); Stan
ton Wilkes (A. W. Bruner, owner);
Welcome Mack (E. J. Delorey, owner).
Sixth race, 2:30 trot— Will Clark (W.
A. Clark, Jr., owner); Red Ray <B. F.
McElhaney, owner); Glennlta (L. P.
Kelley, owner); Alcetla (E. J. Delorey,
owner); Albuquerque (J. Mltchel,
Seventh race, novelty — Actor (Allen
Hunter, owner); Rowdy Boy (Charlea
H. Thayer, owner): Black Swan
(Charles L. Moon, owner); Billy X (R.
V.' Coeke, owner); Clay (L. P. Keller,
owner); Klondyke Wonder (It. C. Mc-
Cormlek, owner); Hamman (L. J.
Christopher, owner); Gilbert I (J. W.
Snowden, owner); Sldallne (Raymond
I. Carruthers, owner); team, George
and Lady Washington (J. W. Nicker
son, owner); team, Palo Verde and
Lady (Dr. VV. A. Connely, owner).
Judges— Dr. W. W. Hitchcock, J. C.
Cllne, Byron Erckenbrecher. Timers —
Godfrey Fritz, J. W. Nlckerson, D. R.
Rozell. Starter— A. W. Bruner.
The man with the finest deik doesn't al
ways get the larßest salary.
linneMy Is Its own reward, and sometimes
Its only reward. ; _J
The Wholesome Powder
NOT connected with either the
Cream Tartar or Alum Trust.
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TOOK A STRAW VOTE
Interesting Experiment in a Restaurant
An ftdvprtinlng agent, representing
n prominent New York mflfcaalne,
while on a recent western trip was
dining one evening in a Plttsburg
While waiting for hln order he
glanced over hl« newspaper and no-
ticed the advertisement of a well-
known dy«pppsla preparation, Stuart's
Dyspepsia. Tablets. An he himself
was a regular user of the tablets, he
bfgan speculating as to how many of
the other traveling men In the dining
room were also friends of the popular
remedy for Indigestion.
He says; "I counted twenty-three
men at the tables nml in the hotel
office. I took the trouble to Interview
them and was surprised to learn that
nine of the twenty-three made a prac-
tice of taking one or. two of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets after each meal.
"One of them told me he had suf-
fered so much from stomach trouble
that nt one time he hud been obliged
to quit the road, but since using
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets had been
entirely free from indigestion, but he
continued their use, especially while
traveling, on account of Irregularity
In meals nnd because like all travel-
Ing men he was often obliged to eat
what he could get and not always
what he wanted.
"Another, who looked the picture of
health, said he never ate a meal with-
out taking a Stuart Tablet afterward
because he could eat -what he pleased
and when he pleased without fear of
a sleepless night or any other trou-
"Btlll another used them because h«
was subject to gag on stomach, caus-
ing pressure on heart and lungs,
Bhortness of breath and distress in
chest, which he no longer experienced
since using the tablets regularly.
"Another claimed that Stuart's Dys-
pepsia Tablets was the only safe rem-i
fidy he had ever found for sour
Btomaeh and acidity. Ho had 'form-
erly used common soda to relieve tha
trouble, but the tablets were much
better and safer to use."
After smoking, drinking or other
excesses which weaken the digestive,
organs, nothing restores the stomach
to a healthy, wholesome condition so
effectually as Stuart's Tablets.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
the natural digestives, pepsin, dlas-4
tnse, which every weak stomach lacks,
ns well as nux, hydrastln and yello-w
parllla, and can be safely relied on a*
a radical cure for every form of poof
digestion. Sold by druggists every-
where. ! .
In all Its su«««
Ely's Cream Balm
cleanses, soothes and
heals ths diseased
membrane. It sure*
catarrh and drives
away a oold In the
aced Into the nostrils,
spreads over the membrana and is absorbed,
Belief is Immediate and a cure follows.- It
Large Slse, 60 cents at Druggists or by mall;
Trial Size, 10 cents by mall.
ELT BROTHERS, 66 -Warren Street. New
CRACK BASKETBALL TEAMS
TO PLAY AT SANTA MONICA
Special to The Herald.
SANTA MONICA, Feb. 21.— Two bas
ketball games nre scheduled to be
played on the local court tomorrow,
and It Is expected that an enthusiasts
contingent of rooters will accompany
the visiting players. The first game is
to be between the Reliance and Throop
teams and will be called at 2 o'clock.
This game will be the fourth ■ league
game in which the Reliance boys have
played to date. The first was lost to
the Los Angeles Highs, the , second
was won from the Normals, and the
third was lost to St. Vincents but con
tested on the ground that the baskets
used were under regulation slae. . The
decision on this point means much to
the Santa Monica boys and will be ar
rived at next Thursday evening, when
the league meets. In the second game
St. , Vincent and The Breakers will
clash, and the contest promises to be
quite interesting. The Breakers_ lost
their first game, to Whittler last Satur
day and will need this one to even
matters. The players are as well
matched as any in the league, and the
teams to carry oft the honors will In
dulge In some very strenuous exercise.
The local boys claim to be In excellent
shape for the fray and can be depended
on to give a good account of them*
How to Take a Walk
Walking has the best value as gym
nastics for the mind. "Tou shall never
break down in a speech," said Sydney
Smith, "on thq day on which you have
walked twelve miles." In the English
universities the reading men are dally
performing their punctual training In
the boat clubs or a long gallop of many
miles In the saddle, or taking their
famed "constitutionals"— walks of eight
and ten miles. "Walking," said Rous
seau, "has something which animates
and vivifies my Ideas." And Plato said
of exercise that "it would almost cur»
a guilty conscience." "For the living
out of doors and simple fare and gym
nastic exercises and the morals of com
panions produce tho greatest effect on
I the way of virtue and of vice."
Few men know how to take a walk.
The qualifications of a professor are
endurance, plain clothes, old Bhoes, an
eye for nature, good humor, vast curi
osity, good speech, good silence and
nothing too. much.— Emerson's Lecture
on The Country Life.