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" Country Property :
AN AfIUNPANCBOff WATER,
AT PHICES UANOtNO FIIOM
1300 TO 1300 AN ACRR.
' MIT.E9 FROM 1.08 ANOE!,EB ON
•ACIFKJ BLBOTniO HAILWAt.
O. M. PtmCHt-L,
Hi South nn.r.. strbbt,
FARMS FOR FATtMRns IN THE HEART
of California. Broad acres of fertile Inndn Df
CROP RAISING AND STOCK RAIfIINO.
Tha kind of fAftnlh* »mt nre u»prl to hurk
east. Nothing dlrTorent except th« CRors
are lilkk't, the LAND l» cheaper, nnd It's In
Ca "r!pEciAl* EXCURSION TUKHDAY
WRSTRRN COLONIZATION * INVK3T-
MBNT CO., BM-8U H W. llcllmitn Blclk.
S, e or 11 derm <Itr«tljr on ear line with
plenty of pur« artealnn water to Irrigate,
Pip#a en land; fid charge for water. 801l at
rich a* Cal. afford*. Thla la extra choice
and at a namAln. Mutt eee It to appreciate
It, at 5250 per acre.
ROSS A UNDfIET,
311 if., W. Hellman Bldg.
Phonea— Hom« "(MM; Bunnet Main 4822.
FOR BAI.B— AT AI.TAI»KNA, TUB BEAU-
tIf ill foothill milnirli of rn:<Hilrnn :
(IJKW-Threa acrM In adßortert fruit t«*».
taooft— Ten acr<w In variety of fruits.
jnnoo-r-Mvp acrea fitantrrl to aaaorted fruits.
with a pretty little cottaarn.
»«2So— Twolve acres In fruit trwa, mo»tly
oiHiißfu; front* on two fine clri-oin.
1,. M. rlt ATT, «(H UmlKhlln HulldlnH.
F?>R BAI.M— RANflll AT A HAOltlUt'tf.
|«S00; 1M nrrfH roo<l liiihl. fenced nnd rrnnn
fenced; Rood alx-ronm ranch houxe, largo
ba.rn and. oiithulldlnßai *T> ncrea plnnted to
alfalfa, and M ncrfu of grain, crop off which
will harvMt »HOO Innlde thrco month*! plenty
of water; stock, tools nnd Implemrnta.
f. k. woonwnr * r-0.,
45214 South Broadway.
Fon SAtiE— sio,boOi 3o^ACnTO nrtANon
grove In the foothills near Qlendorn; na
v«U, Valencia* anil lemona; mostly In
good bnarlng trees i In order to close up
an estate, am authorized to offer thu
Ipla.es at th« remarkably low price of «350
an acre. This la worth Invnstlitatlng. L.
M. rBATT, 60S lAughlln Building.
FOR SALB— BAI.T 1 4A KB ROAO 18 NOW
Bouthent Nevada, with water, at fv.2.» pf>r
ncre; also maps In the Muddy and Vegas
valleya, nee J. F. HcriIERSON, 403 8tlm«o«
block, cor. Third and Rprlng) a communlouer
tor Wvada In California.
|10: L.AS VEGAS, NBV., KK) OR 320 ACRES,
worth $50 per acre. OWNER. 80!) Copp Bldg.
Weat of Hollywood hotel, view of ocean and
city. Genuine bargain.
150 or 300 feet on Prospect ave., east of
Francis, $40 per foot.
P 76x205 on Franklin St., $1500.
R. S. BAUNDBK3,
Room 412 Chamber of Commerce BMg.
THE MANUFACTURING AND ALSO
ONE OF THE FINEST RESIDENCB
SUBURBS IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY.
Office on the tract, or Suite 416-417, Pacific
~<:': \. . Hleotrlo Building. ,
-.8. J. WHITE A CO.. AGENTB.
FOR SALE— ■ •
$700 per acre— B acres In orange* In center
I of Alhambra, near Main street electric line;
plenty of water. Sole agent.
■ • ■ ' LF.E A. McCONNELL * CO..
145 South Main St.
NICE LEVEL LOT, 50x148, WITH CEMENT
curbs, graded streets and sidewalks; conven-
between Western and Vermont avenues.
Price $300; MS cash, $10 monthly. CHAS.
S. MANN. 31S West Fourth St.
FOR SALE— AT.TADEN/V ACREAGE. ALL
kinds, all prices. t. M. I'RATT, 608
Laughlln Building. ' "Authority on Alta-
• ;;.;.."''. B?ach ; Property
FOR' SALE-TEN-ROOM HOItSE AND 47
lota on La Jolla Beach, $5500; can be re-
tailed for $11,000; must sell at once; hand-
somest beach In Southern California; com-
mission paid. P. MAXWELL, 1328 F St.,
Ban Diego. .
I Beach Property — Ocean Park
OCEAN PARK— HART AVE., 8 ROOMS.
furnished; would exchange. 309 COPP BLDO.
FOR SALE-SEWINO ROCKERS, $1.00;
chairs, 60c; Iron beds, $2.G0; dressers, $6.00
up; sanitary couches, $4.75; stands. $1.00;
8-plece toilet sets. $1.75; 3-drawer chiffoniers,
$3.75; extension tables, pi. 00; ladles' desks,
$5.00; opeh bookcases, $3.75; 62-picce dinner
nets. $4.00; 9x12 pro-Brussels rugs, $9.60; 9x9
granite rug, $:i.wi; $15.00 gaa range for $12.50;
2-burner gasoMns stoves, $3.00; $5.60 kitchen
safes for $1.60. Big reductions. Many are
benefiting by our big reductions. J. M.
OVERELL, 652-551 S. Main street.
IT TOU ARE LOOKING FOR
Real Furniture Bargains,
• . don't fallto attend
' . the Special Furniture Sal*
• v ' i now going on
-'•'■ ■•-'• ' at 9SB South Broadway.
76 Iron Beds from $2.60 up.
BO elegant Dressers from $5.50 up. .
: Also big bargains
.In Dining and Kitchen Furniture
at 1)68 SOUTH BROADWAT.
Live Btock— Horses, Mules, Cattla
FOR SALE-FINE JERSEY COW TO THE
highest bidder at the home .of D. Furrier,
at Burbank, on Wednesday, April 6, 11 a. m.,
to satisfy a lien bill. L. A. S. P. C, A.,
611 O. T. Johnson lildg. .
" Live Stock — Poultry, Birds, Dogs
FOR SALE-BEES, BY WM. H. RHODES,
820 Beacon St.
$6000— New 8-room home, mtg. $2700, 7 per
rent, and new t-room cottage BUbject to
$1600; want clear ranch or home In Pomona,
Pasadena, or near-by city.
$4000— Mtg. $1860; 12 lota South Hollywood,
for, other property clear; will consider east-
- Jls.ooo— Orange grova of 20 acres, small In-
cumbrance of $1500, for city or eastern.
WM. N. HOLWAT. 220 Grunt Bldg.
rBKAUTIFUL SUBURBAN HOME.
ABOUT EIGHT MILES FROM LOS AN-
GKLKH, NEAR ELECTRIC ROAD; LARGE
HOUSE, KINK GROUNDS, MAUNII'ICISNT
VIEW; FRUITS AND FLOWERS; WILL
TAKE IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY FOR
PART; 5 ACRES IN ORANGES, ETC.:
MUIIU LAND IF DESIRED; PRICE $10,000.
••-..t R. E. IUBKTSON & CO.,
PHONE 318. 318 TRUST ULDQ.
FOR EXCHANGE-BY BEN WHITE.
KM ranches, $600 to $160,000.
' 100 bouses and lots, 11000 to 150.000.
> 100 orange and ieuiuu groves, $20MI to lIMJ,-
er trad* property go to BEN WHITB, 314
Bry»o» Clock, td and Spring utrsitta.
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE YOUR PROPER.
ty, any location. Large list to select from.
MAXOW REALTY CO.. 114-115 Btlmson Bldg.
BEN WHITE WILL EXCHANGE YOUR
propeity. >0t BRYSON ULOCK, Second a.od
Purlin '<• Mnnh»r U A. Realty Board.
WALTER BROS.. OT a BPRINQ.. BANITAfI
wall cover. So yd.; washable papers. 2&o
roll i i eluwhare 35a to 4So. Uood border and
paper for U- ft. room. $1; equaled nowhere In
the U. a All papers. Latest tapestry, two
tones and burlap effects at lowest ca«h prices.
Beat paint. $1.60 gal; shingle stain, 76c; barn
and root paint. He; 7-ft. shades, S!6o and Uoi
molding, So ft. Freight paid on out-of-town
orders over 15 It thla paper la mentioned.
PIANOS-ALL TOU NKBD TO PAT US IS »
whep you select your piano, tli«n It monthly.
We won't oharge you any InUreat. We
positively guuiuuo* the frlce we ask to
be the i*me at asked In New York, Boatoa
or CMcsko. ■ Remember < the old boui* of
FITZGIICRALD, •- wheat you out • Hood
plaau. 1U B. gyring aUoet.
And finish the Woorinnrr course nt business training by #arly fall. Loa Angeles
haa cnlerm! upon a marvelous era ftf progrpss. Thousand* ofayounr people will b«
required to help carry on th<> enormous Voluma of business. <let wartyl Positions
nn.l business openings nre yours. It takes tha M'nnfllmrr force, charaetrr, originality
and Inspiration to bring out the best that Is In you. No Summer Vacation, but
student's vacation made Mp. April enrollment now nrtlvr. Illustrated catalogue, ad-
dressed In stiiwrb liandwrltlnir, on request. Homo IH3O| Main 2808.
(§^*^f^Jsd^srJ *^ # ***** t-
j™2r' |^ j saacs> p rcs .
Br^^lna DURINESS COLLKOB. »M
J&feSf flirrnlin<llniin. ilny and evmlng
sesslcr.s. Call, write, phone*
ft. BROWNSUKHGER, Buslneaa Manager.
The College of Fine Arts V. S. C.
li at beautiful (.Inrvanzn. Pointing, Sculp-
ture, Dealgnlng, Illustrating, Architectural
Drawing. Art Tottery, Met.il Work.
BCBINBSS COLUBOH IB A**BA!»B AND »■<
tJAni.K BCHOOL7 Nlaht s«a»lona. gl W. »O.
' -SOUTHERN CALirORNIA ■«
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OFSHOKTHAHO,
lt« 3 QKANO AW, LOS ANOEIRS. CAL.
FOR SALE — NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables. Bar fixtures of
all kinds; easy payments. Send for cata-
PER CO., 610 B. Broadway.
FOR RALE— ONE 75-HORSR TOWER TITTHJ-
Iar bollpr, 2rl hHnd.- THE CUDAHY PKG.
CO., ror. Mncy and Santa Fe streets.
NO FANCY" PRICES FOR BORDERsT^BEST
gooda In U. S. for tha money. Border and
paper for 12-foot room, $1; 7-ft. shades, Zso
and 3Bc; molding, 2c foot; paper cleaner, 2Eo;
old English Moor wax, 40o; Sanitas, 250.
Painting reasonable and guaranteed. WAL-
TKR BROS.. 627 S. Spring.
FOR SALE-IN ONE OF CALIFORNIA'S
largest cities, an old, wi»fl established wall
paper, paint, oil and glass, etc., business;
large stock and good business; a bargain. I
Owner retires on account of ill health. Ad-
dress W. A. STRONG, 410-11 Henno Bldg.,
122 W. 3d St.
BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR FOR SALE.
Two-chair barber shop bops with It. A
money maker. Bargain. Trlco for quick
sale $630. Apply to Business Opportunity De- j
partment. .TONES & RYDER LAND CO., 218
Wcat Third St.
WANTED— MAN WITH $250 TO ASSIST ME
in my business. More work than I can
attend to. Established business, fine office,
etc. You will make out of this business
about $125 per month. If you want this
call at office, 702 S. SPRING. Room 209. '
FOR SALE— LIGHT OROCERY AND DELI- '
cacy store; three living rooms connected
In bnck, all furnished; all for $600. Apply
B. W. ARNOLD, 1012 West Tenth atreet.
T«l>-phnri« Wept 3794.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
MONDAY, April 3.
Wllhelmlna Price to Frank E. Simons-Part
section 2!). 2 S, 13 W $1
Loulna Price to Walter W. Ralps— Undivided
% interest in pnrt section 2», 2 S, 13 W....5M3
Lewis U Price to Frank E. Simmons-Part
section 211. 2 8, 1.1 W $S
Laura Price to Walter W. Ralphs-Undivided
% interest in part section 2S. 2 S, 13 W..5333
F. E. Simons and Mary Simons to Walter
W. nalphs— Undivided % Interest in part m»c
tlon 89, 2 S. 13 W ....SSOO
Elmer E. McKeever and Ellen P. Mcfceever
to Phllo L Llndley— Part lot 10, block 3, Har
vey tract $10
John Stewart to Syene J Street— Lots 22
and 23. Vernon avenue tract $10
William Rlley t-> 8. Aucusta Cooper— Lots
1 nnd 3, Mock 2, Angcleno Heights tract $2600
Phln B. Sturgeon and Mary J. Sturgeon
(known as Julie M. Sturgeon) to Mrs. Harriet
A. Laughlln— Lot 1, Sturgeon's sub $10
Saiah S. Servls to W. A. Carney— Lots 196.
1W nnd 221 Wlngerfer tract MOOO
Pacific Land Co. to William E. Sawtelle—
Lota 1 and 2. block !4, Pacific Farms, block
33. same, lot 14, block 6, same tract $10
Same to same-Lot 10, block 1, lot 4, block
2, lot 15, block 2, Bandlnl tract $10
Emma A Hnndy and Daniel T. Handy to
Stephan B. Grelch-Part lots 1 and 2, block
A. Manznnlta Heights tract $10
W. C. Furrey and Eva L. Furrey to Georfrn
H. Rector— Lot 38. Garland tract ex $10
Beatrice Joe<nlck to Alonzo K. Dai'ls—Un
divided 1-3 interest In lots 25 to 48, block 1.
and lots 25 to 48, block 2, Bryan's sub $10
I.aura B. Smith to A. E. Davls-Undlvlded
1-G Interest In lots 25 to 48, block 1, lots 25
to 4S. block 2, Bryan's sub 810
Laura B. Smith, Willie H. Klrkpatrlck,
Maude S. Klrkpatrlck nnd W. B. Smith to
Alonzo E. Davis— All Interest In lots 25 to
4S, block 1 and lots 25 to 48, block 2, Bryan's
suh .' II
T. TV Cheney to Alonao E. Davis— Undivided
1-3 Interest In lots 25 to 43, block 1, lots 25
to 48. block 2. Bryan's sub $10
Luka Kelley nnd MRble. Kelley (wife) to
Scott XV. Alexander— Lot 8, part lots 10 and
13 nnd all lot 14. Mock 88. Snn Pedro $10
George H. Peck and Olive M. Peck to S. W.
Alexander— Part lots 10 and 13, block 88, Ran
lv,iYn '*" w
A. O. Hull. A. Qenrge (slg F. A. Georce)
and Mnler & Koheleln berwery to Scott W.
Alexander-Lots 9, 10, 13 and 14. block BSj
The Mnronk'o "Avenue Land & Improvement
Co. to Abble Mclntlre-Lots 16 and 17, Gar
el Shl I rley K ' l C? Ward ' »nd ' Blanohi" 'cV i Ward " to
Solomon Cleavr-Lot 1. block 13 and lot 1.
block 14. Manhattan Beach dlv No. 2 $10
Some to Leslie A. Boadway-Lot I, block 14.
Manhattan Beach dlv. No. 2 ..........,.....$lO
William L. Jacobs and Mary Blake Jacobs to
Ella Shepard Dllllngs-Lot 75 and part lot 74.
Hafen tract ""
Mrs. Jane Kemp to Royden L. Forßyth-I.nt
15. Prosnect tract HO
nelle B. Burger and S. !L. Burger to Sarah
E. A<l<imn-Lot 2. block B. Burger tract ..$lO
R. P. Richards and Cynthia J. Richards to
Clara W. Sanborn— Part lots 9 and 10, block 1.
Edmonds Adams St. tract $2000
H. J. Stocker and Ada B. Stocker to Maclay
Ro. Water Cn.— All Interest in 1000 inches of
water from Pncolma creek, appropriated and
claimed by If. I, Stocker. 8-20 1901, In Facolma
Canyon on section 17 8 N 14 W I
T I. & T. Co. to R. F. Train and Vera C.
Train-Lot 16, block C. Wllshlre Boulevard
Marie T. Slttel and Albert C. Pittel to Allen
Jones— Part lots 19 and to, block 4, Banehe*
tract; al»o land lying between above described
and north line of First street *10
Allen Jones to John A. Forthmann and John
J. Bergln— Same property as above $10
Frank James Platt, Myrtle Platt and Lucy
Platt to Stanley Mattnews— Lot 108, Goodwin
Lucy A. McClure and Andrew MeClure to P.
Janss— Lot 17. block 40, K. S. Fields Occidental
Heights tract $250
V. 11 Workman, Maria E. Workman and
I, W. Hellnmn to Albert J. Ruckhola and
Henry Tjinp-Uit 26. La Paloma Heights trt $10
A. E. Pomeroy. William Stewart, Jr., Ruth
J. Fanißworth, Nellie Latta, John M. Farns
worth, Eve n. Prapeer. Kllsa E. Kelley and
Henry P. Farnsworth to John H, llrokaw-
Part block 81. O. B $10
John B. limiiHw and Ida 11. Brnkaw to
Mul*r &• Zobeleln Brewery— Part block 81.
O. S $10
Maler A flnheieln Brewery to John R
BiTkaw— Part block 81, O. H $10
Equitable Tr. & linn. Co. to Nathan Newby—
Lot 11 and part lot 10, block 35. West Arling
ton Heights tract $10
Jay M. Decker and nosle R. Decker to
Charles F. Reynolds-Ix>t 14. block t. Wllshlrn
Boulevard tract $7000
Herman C. Kseetner to Joseph W. Oreea-
I-nts 18 and 19. block C. i Bolomon's Washing
ton St. < and First Aye. tract; also any Interest
of grantor In alley adjoining ' $10
James Smith and C. C. B. Smith to Paul W.
LOS ANGELES HERALD j TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1905.
rartwrlght nmi Lottie M. Cartwrlght-Part
Hock 11, niiMlvlntun lan.ln of J. 11, Painter nn.l
8. K. Pull |10
Marlft (iimnip in Stephen flnumr.. hiifthaml—
Part lots M and 87, U. M. MoOarry's nub WOO
Stephen Oniitnx to Irl> M. Nelaon-Samn
property As abov* $10
All/n D. Cartmelt, (single) to P. C. Peter
sMl-l>art lot », block 12. X B. Wilmington |IO
Thomaji David and Irene bavlß to 0. W.
Constable— Lot 204, Orlder A I>ow*a Adam*
street tract $10
I>< F. Oarvey and Margaret !■«. Oarvey
(signs Maigarsl K. clsrvpy) to Frank Hiirk
hauser—Part lots II) and 19, Spenee'a add to
Boyle Height* $10
William W. Padrlrlt and Katl* W. Padrlek
(slg Kntl« 11. Patrick) to Churli-a C. King-
Part lot 4, blrtck 3, 8. ft. Kliißßlr-y-o siih..s(WoO
T. U. A T. Co. to Ignati Weber— Lot 79,
W. F. Thornes rfsub (10
liflulsft E. Warner to Marie Schumacher—
Akiwimpiil to convoy lot 3, block 6, lllKhlmul
tract i $.ir>o
C. 1* nundy, Nellie. Allen and John A.
Btanwood. Ind. and as trustee* to Charles J.
Mllrteslirlm— Lot 25, hlork O, (iwnn Park Villa
• tract Nn. 2 $10
Chss. J. lllldnsr.elm to John A. Stanwood—
I-ot 25, block O, Ocean Park Villa tract No.
Beanie Marley to Theodore Koch— ty>t 23 and
part lot 24. block 1, Bennett tract $10
Alamlto* Land Co. to John Schneider— l<ol
24, Shaw'a Ocean View tract $10
F. K. Bhaw and Hannah F. Shftw to John
Schneider— l-ot 16. Park tract $10
U. W. ThUrber and Ella M. Thurber to
Arthur E. Sanplngton— Part lot* 1 and 2,
block B, nub of lots 1 and 2, J. W. Etrong';
tract •• 11*
Union Trust Co. of L, A to Kmmellno Jor
dan-Lot 24. CVnifitry Club Terrace $10
Ida M. Chapln and Ella* o.' Chapln to El
moro t). Chapln— Part lot 64, west portion ol
I.lck tract »J I)
O. 1,. Bu.idy, Nellie Allen and John A.
fitah*o«Ki, Ind and M trustee, to Irfmln
Petchner— lxit 39. block N, Ocean Park Villa
tract No. 2 flOf 10
H. M. ElchnlberßiT to Mary tv Oaylord—
Ixit 2. block 8, Manhattan Beach ....... ....$lO
John H. Jaeobd and Olive P. Jacobs to
Charles Ktvlng-Lot 1. Jacnbd' tract No. 5 $10
T. I. & T. Co. to Margaret B. Clllck— Lot 75,
Oce«n Park place ,"V"V WIVS
John Murray to Jay Raiph-Lockwood—Agree
ment to convey lot 89, Strong & Dickinson*
Compton Aye. tract *2»""
O. R. Alderson and Ethel M. Alderson to
Samuel Dnlley— l^ot IS, Strong ft Dickinson s
Jeffernon St. tract No. 2 HO
David Lewis Burke, Claudlnn Weaver Burke,
James King Burke and -Willetta Burke to Mm.
R. M. Harris-Lot' 100, Burko Bros. 1 Flgueroa
Street subdivision W*
I Ahbot Klnney Co. to A. M. Bqulres— Lot 1,
block 11, Veilcs of America tract $10
J. Frederick Maler (signs Jose Frederick
Maler) t oMarle Maler-Part lot 36, Childs
fitephan Mentiel tft Robert TrIRR-Lot» 108
and 100, Home Acres tract No. 2 $200
Edith Megary to Mrs. Jeanette P. White-
Part lot 7. block R, West L. A $10
i Wllhelmln Wilson (now Wilhelmln Pauline
Braaori and Richard Brasor to John C.
Wehrll— lx)t 9, block F, Dayton Heights ....$lO
I Sarah Camp to William E. Reid— Part lot 2,
J. J. Bullls tract. San Antonio no ........S2OOO
i Chester J. Williams and Iva Williams to
William R.- Reid-Part lot 2, J. J. Bullls tract,
Ro San Antonio $1*
I Mntuiil Realty Co. to Win. C. Curtis*— Lot 3,
I block A, Henrique Villa tract (5*
I A. I^ewlson to Ida Belle Dennis— Agreement
to conv-y lot 80, block C, H. N. Elliott's Ninth
Street 'tract $2230
F. Frean Morcom to F. W. A. Stock— Lots
3 4 8 and 14. block 21, Elyslan Tits tract ..<lO
Isaac Good and Anna R. Qood to Charles
A. Kitchen— Part lot 47, subdivision of Ro
Provldencla & Scott tract $10
Isaac Oood and Anna R. Good to Oma W.
Llghtner, Mary J. Llghtner and Ray A. Llght
ner—Part block 47, same subdivision ....$lO
Frank H. Spelman and Hurrlet I* Spelman
to Edward D. Silent & Co.— Lot 93, Workman
& Hollenbeck tract $10
Dan Hudglnß to Olar Maud Bowen— Lot 34,
Davenports San Pedro St. tract $10
Etnllle Aeplnall and J. B. Asplnall to Greer
Caskey— lxit 2, Asplnall tract $570
Ida M. Kendall and Henry M. Kendall to
Barbara A. Miller-Part of Moreno tract.. s23oo
Edith M. Crisp to R. P. Bishop. W. T.
BlshoD. Jr., and J. C. Newitt— Lot 10, Pros
pect tract $10
John Moran and Kate Moran to Patrick
John O'llegan— Lot 81, W. F. Thornea' ro
Charles M. Stlmson to John 11. Brltton—
Lot IE. block O, Crescents. Canada $7M
M. C. Gafford to W. H. Gafford-Lot 1.
Blalsdell & Weiss tract $10
T. I. & T. Co. to Union Labor Temple
association— Reconveyance of trust property.
Gilbert F. Stevenson to Cleves Harrison-
Agreement to convey lot 7, block D, North
Ban PeJro tract $300
O. M. Carpenter to Mabel MUHgan— Lots 3,
4 and B. Sessions add No. 2 to Whit tier.... slo
Milton W. Armstrong to R. W. Polndexter—
Lot 21. block 31, Garvanza add No. t....52!>0
U. T. A R. do., John M. C. Marble and
A. E. Pomeroy to Carl John Zawatsky— Lot
JIB, Rlndge tract $10
Paul .1. Sepulveila to Jamen J. Freeman-
Lot 4, block 5, Alamltos Beach Inwnslte. and
land adjoining extending to Paclc ocean. .slo
Daniel Conner and Mary E. Conner to Carl
A. Wuerker— Part lot 189, Wingerter tract $10
Sim! Lund and Water Co to Union Oil Co.
of Cal.— Coal and minerals on subdivision N.
map of lands of Ro 81ml $10
George M. Soaver and Mary A. Seaver to
S. H. Peters— Lotß 29 and 31, Beaver's sub $10
Parthenla M. Work and J. I>. Hart-I-ot
5, block 20, Park tract .." ..II
Lloyd N. Mateer to James O. Churchlll-
Part lot 19, block 1, Hollywood Ocean View
tract ' 100 °
A. H. Duvall and Jennie P. • Duvall to B.
F. Llndcrraan— Lot 6, block 5, H. M. Amos
Ist cub cf Vernon .........$U>
Mutual Realty Co. to James R. Gee— Lots
J3 and 14, block D. and lotß 2fl and 27, block
A. Henrique Villa tract ;••"••; » 3 . 60
Frank P. Stedman and Coral Steuman to
Emma B. Klages-Uot 18. block 4, Vlgiios
tract • '
Mary "a. Osmond to Mallnda M. Hay-Lot
I, block 3, Raymond Improvement Co. tract
N °jnlon Trust" &' 'Realty "ijo." to" David' 'kj;ing
and Sarah Krlng-Lot 41. Robert Marsh's Cm;
Brydon-Agreement to convey lot 26. Laurel
'^eUl'o ' Deputy "and" 'Robert ' 'Deputy ' to ' Mrs.
Emma W Overholser-Lot 10. block C. Urmy
"wif,"am d Wrtghtr^omWHiht and' Agne.
J. Wabath to Sarah H. Cumm!ngß-Ix>ta
and 3 block A, Acean Park Terrace tract $500
Adam Way and Alice L. Way to Almlra
HalWLot 81, M. L. Wick. sub. of GarboUno-
Cooper South & Porters tracts; lot 97. Hls
cock & Smith's first addition HO
J A Gates and Mary 13. Gates to Myron
Murglttroyd and Dora Murgrlttroyd-Lots 30
an A d nni-B a Tark. a li'a:"B:cV.Vk 6 ",o"Ha;^
E Adams— Part lot 14, block 14, subdivision
of lot 2. block J9, H. B .....,$lO
John P. Jones and Qeorglna S. Jone« to John
C Ames— l^ot F, block ISO, Santa Monica, 110
Amanda Zuerner and Jame« Zuerner to Mrs.
Eva Cromer— Lot 26, Marlborough tract ..$lO
Luther 11. Field to I^ander O. Dodge ani
William J. Page-Lot 46. Conner* aubdlvlslon
of Johannsen tract IW
James G. Scarborough, trustee, to Harry
Anderson Lewis-Lot 23, blook S7, Pasadena
Villa tract I'O
j. N. Olbson to Anna N. Olb»on-Part lots 1
Holleiibeck park tract No. 2 ....'. .110
Robert D. Coates and Teresa V .Coatts to
Eva L. Youngs— Lot 255. Conners subdivision
of Johannsen tra.'t HO
Horuce O. Mercer and William 11. Husch, Jr.,
trustees, to James M. HhlAldls, Minnie I^usch
ner and Howard W. Bqulres— lleconveyance of
trust property * <•*.'
Ida Wendt to Jeanette Fenßky-All prop.
city wherever located as sister and heir at
law of Ferdinand Fenskv, deceased $1000
Genrgs Fensky (hlkuh George J. Fensky) to
Jeanette Fensky-AU Interest In property as
heir of Ferdinand Fensky, deceased ....11000
Charles Fensky to Jeanett* Kensky-AU In
tereit In property as heir of Ferdinand Fen
sky. debased MOOO
Mm. Augusta Krmiss to same— All Interest
in property as heir of FiTdliwnJ Fenaky, de.
Mr* Louise Plckens to same— All Interest
In prop, of Ferdinand Fensky, deceased lltWO
Mrs. Johanna Hchutt to same— All Interest
tn property of Ferdinand Fensky. deceased $1000
Frledrlch Fensky to same— All interest ' In
property of Ferdinand i'eoiky, deceased 11004
HINTS BY MAY MANTON
Glrl'a Dress 4946
Yoke dresses always are becoming: to
little girls and allow of almost in
numerable combinations. This one Is
exceptionally attractive and us Illus
trated Iff made of gendarme blue, cash
mere with yoke and cuffs of ecru lace
over white. The tab extensions on
the ybke are novef attractive and
smart In one, and the deep cuffs -with
puffs above make sleeves of the latest
model. All materials In vogue for
girls' frocks are appropriate.
The dress consists of the waist and
skirt. The waist Is made over a fitted
lining nnd consist* of front and backs
that are shirred at their upper, gath
ered at their lower edges and arranged
over It, the yoke being separate and
arranged over both. The sleeve lin
ings also are fitted and are faced to
form the cuffs. The skirt Is circular,
laid In two wide tucks and shirred at
Its upprr R(lk<\ BWg
Thft quantity of material required for the
medium size (10 years) Is 4% yards 27, 4Vi
yard* 32 or 3 yards 44 inches wide, with
% yard of ail-over lace.
The. pattern No. 494« Is cut in sizes for
girls of 6, 8, 10 and 12 years of age.
! ! PATTERN No. 4940 J [
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A paper pattern of this garment can be ob
tained by filling In above order and directing
It to The Herald's pattern department. It will
be sent post paid, wltnlu ten days, on receipt
of ten- cents.
Mary Rawson and George A. Rawaon to I
Dttvld Shearon-Lot 4. block B, B. F. Ball's
sub ; jio
Blsle R. Kronschnabel to Casper Kronsch
nabel—Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and «, sub of Adams
Street Park tract $io
Kama to name- Lot S3. Wilson tract $10
Wlnnall T. Dalton and Mary M. Dalton tr>
Ellen McKlnnon— Lot 9, block 1, Strong A
Dickinson's) 16tn and Washington street tract
Joseph M.' ' Woolery' and 'Gertrude L.' ''vVoolery
to Packard Water Co.-«part no San Jose, com
mencing on west line of San Bernardino ave
nue 8154 feet South from HE comer of lot B,
Dunne tract, otc $10
Orange Grove Tract Water Co. to Packard
Water Co.— Commencing at HE corner of
certain 3.1 acre tract of land In Ro Ban Jose
conveyed by I.ugarda A. de Polomares. thence
W along 8 boundary of said tract 69 feet,
A. J. Richardson and W. F. Richardson to
Emma Simmons— Bord for deedl acre of land
In Ro La Ballnna $700
Bertha, Nlrolaus to William Nlcolaus— Lot 1.
John O. A miorßon t met *» a .t. >••••• ■••■)>t
Golden State Realty A Investment Co. to
Mrs. Janette Wilder— Lots 12 and 128. Watts
Junction tract 250
■J. J. Morton, Kmnis. Jnni*H, Qfto, W. Ncpoo,
H. H. Taylor nnd J. A. Howie to David R.
Myers »and Chas. A. Lent— Part lot 6. R t.
and all lot-B R 7. Temple A Olbson tmct ..$1
Santa Monica Land & Water Co. to Mrs.
Effle K. Miller— Lot «, block 47, Artesian
James Darney to Margaret I. Culver— Lots
S 6 snd'7. block 1. Venice Park tract $10
T. I. &T. Co. to Lymon L. Lyons and Paul
ine Lyons— Lot 81. Central Aye Horn© tract $10
Welthena A. Rust to Charles Monroe— Fart
lot 3, block g, O. S $10
A. C. Freeman and Edith R. Freeman to
Herman F. Oe«tre!ch-Lot 29, block 215, In
A. H. Bowman and Lillian J. Bowman to
Belle Warner Jack— Part lots 19 20 and 21.
block O, Mott tract $10
C. White Mortimer to C. E. Pulman— Lots
40 and 47, H. J. Woollacotts First Street
Laura May Gllehrlst to Frederick W. Brok
ate and Nora Brookate-Lot 10, block 7, Wll-
Hamßon tract $10
L. A. Trust Co. to The McCarthy Co.— Lots
15 16 and 17. Barbours Main Street tract ..SIO6O
T.cwla Lebus and Martha C. Lebus to Eliza
beth Lebus Holman— Lot 11 and part lots 116
and 114, Westlake Park tract $10
George E. Brown to Meda B. Brown— Lot 40,
Banburys subdivision of lot 12 and part lot 9,
block 11, Lake Vineyard Ijand & Water Asso
James Read and Anne R<ad to Henry H.
Read— Lot 18. block 14, Ar.usa $10
Carrio A. Rlley and J. M. Rlley (signs Jas.
M. Rlley) to H. A. Buxton— Part section
3 1 S 10 W jio
Henry Kllndt and Cella Klln.lt to William
Mead— Lot 18 and part lot 17, block 2, East
San Podro $|0
Jame* E. Orogan and Bertha C. Qrogan to
Ellis Hakes— Part lot 4, block 1». Long Beach
Nellie Bteele and F. II Rteele to Laura
Marion CRrver— Lot 4, block C, Vawtcr's
Fourth Street tract $10
H. A. Wallace. Frank P. Flrey and Lulu
M. Flrey to Kranm Smlth-I^ot «, block K.
Crescent Heights tract $3
J. N. Teague and Anna C. Teague to Fred
erick Armburst— lx)ts 3 and 4, block 123, Po
Newton W. Thompson and Elizabeth Lloyd
Thompson to James D. Watson— Part section
4, 1 N. 18 W $1
Charles T. Norton and Grace Norton to
Charles M. fltimson— Lot 31, block 18. An
geleno Heights $10
Hams to same— Lots 48 and 49. Davln A
Jullenx ■»>> $10
Charles M. Rtlmnon to Charles T. Norton—
Part lot 8. A hern's suh $10
A. E. Pomeroy and Florence A. Pomeroy to
Charles M. Stlmson-Lot «, Griffin tract. .slo
Alva A. Cary and c. N. Carv fslg tfnda
N. Cary> to Gertrude C. Campbell— Part Farm
lot M. dardena tract $10
Sidney A. Blmmons and Ida M. Simmons
tn H G». Harvey-Lots 1 to 111, Glrlder A
Hamilton 1 * Grant olaea . . . ... ...... .j.. . ••<;•••''»
Ki'me to »»m»— Lots BS. 58. 23. 38. lots 6,
7 » 10 to 15 Inclusive. M. 9>. 21. 22. 25, 2«.
17. 20. 31. 32. 83. 43. 52. 53. 64, 87. 60. 61. «2. JS.
64 and 65, same tract W>
Canada has been seeking settlers from this
side of the line for a number of years, but
has drawn most of these Immigrants from the
west. Now a Canadian uommlssloner has been
stationed In Boston to cany on an emigration
oHinpalßn among .the farmers of New England.
The site I* well chosen, since for many years
there hns been a westward movement from
New England. The settlers rounded up by
this commissioner will do something to offset
the movement of French Canadians Into New
Kngland. But what a testimony to the friend
ly relations existing between the two ooun
trles Is tn be found In this open appointment
of a Canadian commissioner of Immigration
to serve In Boston I
It Is said that within the last fifteen months
M.noo people from this side of the line have
moved to the Dominion. Canada Is tv be con
gratulated upon the character of this element
else a class so well fitted to develop the Canad*
tsn publio lands. But It would be Interesting
to know how many CandUns In the same time
have nome> to this country to live. There Is a
continual movement to and fro across the
border, and there bus been a Candlan loss
as well a* a Canadian 'gain.— KuKalu Express.
SHOWER GIFTS ON
CARNEGIE LIBRARY AND PARK
EX COME IN ONE DAY
Trustees Are Elated by thl Gener
osity of Friend* of the Initl.
tution— Change* In the
At the close of & meeting of the board
of trustees 'of Pomona college yester*
day that Institution was richer to thi
extent of $40,060 to be u«ed in erecting
and equipping a library, nlxty»flve
acres of land for a park, $1000 for
beautifying a site for the library and
$2000 for perfecting an athletlo field,
The meeting was held at the Van Nuyn
Broadway hotel. The proposition to erect
a library building at the cost of $40,000
wag made by Andrew Carnegie and' he
proposes to present to the college Ju*t
such another building as the ones nl
ready erected by him In several places
In the state. This offer wag accepted
and arrangements were made by which
will be secured a $40,000 endowment
fund for the library.
N. W. Blanchard of Santa Paula do
nated a tract of slxty-flve acres of
ground adjoining the campus on the
cast side to be used as a park.
George W. Marston of San Diego
gave $1000 to fit up a square for a pub
lic park In which the library will be
situated and also agreed to employ
Parßons & Cook of New York, land
scape architects, to lay out plans for
both parks. The larger tract will bP
known as Blanchard park In honor of
the man who presented It, and the col
lege will spend $2000 In developing and
ornamenting the land.
in addition to these gifts the Alum)
association of the college presented
$2000 to be used in perfecting an ath
letic Held ln ( a portion of the park.
All the gifts were accepted by the
Profs. Cook and Sumner were granted
leave of absence for next year and Dr.
Hilton, Ph. D., graduate of Cornell,
will take the place of the former. Dr,
Sumner's place has not yet been sup
The trustees of the college are deter
mined' that Pomona college shall b»»
equipped in the best possible way. A.
K. Smiley of Redlands sqoke with
much enthusiasm and others did not
fail to follow his example. Members of
the board are: A. K. Smiley of Red
lands, George W. Marston of San Diego,
George H. Blxby of Long Beach, Rev.
Warren F. Day of Los Angeles, B. P.
Hahn of Pasadena, Rev. E. P. Goff of
Riverside, President Gates of the col
lege, Rev. Mr. Klngman of Claremont,
E. K. Walker of Pomona and C. B.
Sumner of Claremont.
Willow Culture Down East
One of the crops that has for some
time been attracting attention to Lyons
and Galen is that of the basket willow,
which has -grown to considerable di
mensions In these two towns. The crop
has just been marked, and Galen and
Lyons have the distinction of being
two of the most important shipping
points for this commodity.
In the two towns, named it is esti
mated that there are nearly three hun
dred acreß devoted to the culture of
these willows. An average yield this
year was six tons to the acre, and an
average price of about $17 per ton was
received for the crop that has been
sold. Syracuse Is the market to which
oil of the willows grown in this vicin
ity find their way. When the willows
are stripped of their bark and other
wise prepared for manufacturing pur
poses they are worth about $125 per
It is said that the first willows grown
In this part of the country were planted
by John A. Blackburn in 1862. Mr.
Blackburn came from the south, and
gained some knowledge of willow cul
ture near his former home in Mary
Superintendent Backus yesterday Issued
bulldlng'permlts as follows:
Avenue Twenty-eight. 472— J. 8. Robinson,
owner; H. L. WlUon, builder;, onc-itory, flve
room, frame residence; $1200.
Avenue Fifty-three. 319-F. A. Mcßurney,
owner' F. E Palmer, builder; one and one
half-story, six-room, frame residence; $1700.
Bush street, 1347— Loreta Barman, owner;
J. L. Deane and company," builders; two-story,
frame residence; *3000.
Clanton street. 731— D. Brian, owner; C.
Richards, builder; alterations to one-Btory,
frame building; $300.
Doblnson street, 813— H. J. Bayless, owner
and builder: one-story, four-room, frame resi
dence; I6W. r
Emmet street, 3210— Joseph Mohl, owner and
builder; one-story, five-room, frame residence;
Forty-fifth street, 1868 East-W. A. Sledd.
owner and builder: alterations to one-story,
four-room, frame building;. $300.
Forty-nrst street, between South Park and
McKlnley avenues— Mrs. Whitehead and Ladd,
owners; F. D. Rich, builder; one and one
half-story, six-room, frame resilience; 11500.
Forty-Blxth street, Ml West-J. N. Wllley.
owner and builder; one-story, seven-room,
frame residence; $1500.
Forty-third street. 273 Bast-S. O'Sulllvan.
owner and builder; one-story, live-room, frame
Fourth street, 1453 West— F. J. Moore, own^
er; W. A. Berlns. builder; two-Btory, seven
room, frame residence; $2600.
Hoover street, 679 South— A. J. Crookshank,
owner and builder; one-story, frame bulldlnic;
Kenwood street. J754— E. L. Hopper and son.
owners and builders; two-story, nine-room,
frame residence; 14000.
Los Angeles street, 4951 Bouth-P. W. Wll
iKiru, owner; Ui'll and Young, builders; one
story, framo residence; $400.
Main street, north of liartol street— George
Wlrth, owner and builder; two-story, ten
room, frame residence: 13500.
Malabar street ,3015— Sam Alyert, owner;
Nat Phillips, builder; one-story, three-room,
frame residence; 1450. ,
Menlo avenue. 2827—8. K. Llndley, owner;
F. M. I'aliner, builder; one and one-half story,
three-room, frame building; $1000.
Santa iVui street. J123-11. F. Leslie, owner
and builder; one-Btory, frame residence; $7«.
Thirty-seventh street, 658 East— Casino Nar
donl, owner; P. K. Paaso and sons, builders;
one-story, five-room, frame residence; $1800.
Thirty-sixth street, IMS - West— B. ■ Dalbey,
owner; Alderson and Bon, builders; one-story,
frame shed; 1100.
Thirty-third utreet, 838 East-B. 8. Wolcott,
owner and builder; on«-itory, . three-rwom.
I flj % «tom-ch groan because it !■
\ Jill n irritating. What is needed
\ / is an •Iterative extract like
\ / Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
\ / . Discovery, made of- root* '
I M and herbs. ' without the use
I / of alcohol, that will assist
1 I the stomnch in assimilating
\ i food such elements as arc re*
, I . alterative that will assist the
A liver into activity and cause it
I to throw off the poisons in the
/ blood. When We have accotn- '
/ ' plished this we have put the
' ...... •..».._....». system into a fortified condi-
NF W TH fl 1 1 R HT^ tion <» strong that it can repel the germa
new ,inuu u n i o. of w^ ich we find i> eryw _fere-
' . in the street cars, the shops, Use facto-
Arc You Growing More Attractive as nes, the bedrooms, wherever many peo-
„ . _ .-.,.« .pie congregate, or where i sunlight ana
You Advance In Life? ai ? d S no * t penetrate. : •
BY VALBNTINB. . "? feel that ? *°SJ4 all Ih-
. . ___ . justice to you if I did not send you a
RBafjjRjBBIE must eat to live. We must statement of my case," write* Mrs. David
tMMfifiim eat properly to be beautiful W. Guice, of Hamburg, Franklin Co.,
FSWmßgSsm and to be healthy. Digest Miss. « I had liver complaint and indi- '
r3K3B§§RH well - If Olle article of gestion. Everything I ate disagreed
frafjEmi food does not agree with with tne. I suffered all the time with
riMnfffnl you tr y another. But swimming in my head; heart heat too
don't try cosmetics until fast; feet and hands were cold all the
you have corrected every fault of diges- time. Did not sleep well at all. Wa«
tion. Pretty women often sacrifice tbeir able to get about very little. , I com-
beauty to digestion. It is a fact that menced to use Dr. Pierce'* Golden Med-
any form of dyspepsia may in a few days ical Discovery and ,-.' Pleasant Pellets/
transform a clear, white skirl into a mass and soon began to get about very well. ;
of pimple* and black spots. A beautiful I have been doing my work ever since,
woman has the beauty of her stomach, except washing. Feel> better, than I
The oft quoted phrase, "The way to a have for several years. I thank you
man's heart lies through his stomach," most kindly for , the happy relief and
is true in a medical sense, for a distended cure." ;■ , ■■
stomach caused by indigestion will cause « I feel it a duty to write and tell you
heart palpitation. If the stomach is in- how much good your imedidnea have
flamed or dyspeptic, the blood does not done me," writes Mrs. Robt. Muirhead,
get the food it requires. If the blood is of Orchard Lake, Mich. «When I first
watery, if it has accumulated poisons, wrote you I was in very poor health but
every other organ of the body will suffer your medicines have helped me wonder-
— heart, liver, Tung* and kidneys. Treat fully and if I had taken them a little
the stomach first. ■ longer I would have been entirely cured.
« Given a healthy body," says Dr. R.V. Am going to get some more of your
Pierce, the specialist in woman's dis- medicine right away.; I do not think,
eases, of Buffalo, N. Y., "and a healthy there is a better remedy for indigestion
mind, and every one can cultivate and and other diseases that people are afflicted
enjoy happiness." Riches do not make with at this time of the year, than your
happiness, nor does it do to worry about 'Golden Medical Discovery. "»
to-morrow. Do what yoa can now. Do "I had been sick for more than a year
the best you know how, then boldly face with kidney trouble," write* Mrs. Lucy
the after-a-while. In nine cases oat of Hayter, of Jacksboro, Jack Co., .Texas,
ten the person who worries, who can't "Several different doctors treated me,
sleep o'nights, and feels blue, and at but none did me any good. One doctor
discord with all the world is the person said I never could be cured, that I had
whose stomach is not quite right. Bright's disease. I suffered nearly death
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery at times; had spells the doctors Called
maintains a person's nutrition by ena- spasms. Was bedfast most of the time
Wing one to eat, retain, digest and as- for six months. My mother begged me
similate the proper nutritious food. It to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis-
overcomes the gastric irritability and covery. With but little hope I wrote to
symptoms of indigestion, and thus the Dr. Pierce, and he said he could cure me.
person is saved from those symptoms of I began to take hi* ' Golden Medical Dis-
fever, night-sweate, headache, etc., which covery,* and, although I had given up to
' are so common. A tonic made up large- die, I began to improve from the start,
ly of alcohol will shrink the corpuscles and by the time I had taken twenty-two
of the blood and make them weaker for bottles I , was entirely cured. I weigh
resistance. Cod liver oil make* the more than ever before.*
We guarantee that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery does not contain alcohol, opium, or
any harmful drug. It is an alterative extract
from the roots of most valuable medicinal plants.
Persons making WorW » 8 Dfepenaary Medical Association,
false statements i~ .»
concerning its in' /}Y\Yf_K. *_.*
gredlents will be U Vy,V^^^^VWJ»-.
A MISSING WIFE
MRS. WILLIAM MIER AND A
Omar Williams, a Friend of the
Woman, Drops From Sight
About the Same Time
. She Does
Leaving a husband and two little
children behind her, Mrs. William Mler,
wife of a laundry employe residing at
First and Cummlngs streets, Boyto
Heights, lett her home yesterday after
noon, taking with her the youngest
child, a baby 8 months old. Simultane
ous with the disappearance of Mrs.
Mler Omar Williams, a delivery wagon
driver who has been Mrs. Mler's moHt
Intimate companion . for some time, In
also missing- and those who are familiar
with the case are connecting the names
of the two with the word "elopement."
Just when Mrs. Mler deserted her
home and children 1b not known, save
that It was yesterday afternoon. The
two babies who were . left behind and
whose ages are 6 and 6, respectively,
state '; that their ■ mother went away
some > time after lunch. Just when * they
are unable to say. None of the peopla
living In ' the vicinity | saw Mrs. Mler
leave and the first Intimation that she
was gone came when her husband, com
ing home at the end of a day's work at
the laundry, found two of the children
alone In the house and ; hls;.wife and
little baby gone. No note of explana
tion was to be found, and a search for
the missing woman was begun at once.
The first place to . which the dis
tracted husband ' went was to Sluts'
feed yard on First street, . where Wil
liams, who was known to Mler as hla
wife's moat Intimate friend,' was | em
ployed.' Mier was Informed by the pro
prietor of the place that Williams had
been discharged the previous Saturday
but had called yesterday morning to
receive his wages for the week.
Mler then called on his wife's brother
and together they began a search for
Williams, which led them to every place
where the man was likely to be found,
lie was nowhere In sight, however, and
wherever they Inquired the searchers
learned that Williams had not been
seen that day.
Late at night a rig which Williams
was supposed to have taken when . he
and Mrs. Mler disappeared was found
ut the Bait Lake depot, but there w«»
no evidence to show that . the woman
had been In the wagon' at all." Tim
horses were fresh and bore no evidence
of having made a long, or hurried trip,
and the searchers were led to believe
that the runaway pair had ; boarded ' a
train and left town.
Because Governor , Stokes of New
Jersey, who Is ' a ; bachelor, has J taken
to wearing a' tall hat his - early mar
riage is predicted.