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CnKAfKST AND BEST
*« TO tßrt AN AORB.
U yon are looking, for •> BOMB la a
upon crops every year, ond where you
have a ready market for your products,
come and sea us. We can locate you
California lands of every description and
commodatlons FItKK to our eustomsrs,
Before you buy be sure to address or see
ROBERT IinAIHR, Land Agent,
OOMIKN STATK REALTY CO.,
*SI B. Bprlnr St., Los Angeles, Cal.
ron salb- " "
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BARfJAIN OF SIXTH HTHEBT.
nAHOAIN Of BIXTII STREET.
A lit MxlM near 6th and Ollre sts., the
vest, buy In this section, near the heart of
inder way In this vicinity; way under value
if any property In the sama block; If you
•re Interested In <th st. property this will
Interest you; larfa profit can be mads la
ih« nest «o days. Watch sixth bt.
C. J. HEYLER CO.,
Vole A«ents. aio-li-u Bryson Blk.
WE SELL THE KARTH.
< ' BASSETT * SMITH.
Cor. on Central ave., Income $175 to
1200. Price $18,000
□rand ave, 60x165, 15 rooms. Price $11,500
Tremont ave. 80x156. Price J6.500
•Vest 10th, Income WOO. Price $10,000
Let us tell you more.
BASSETT & SMITH,
202H 80. Broadway. Rooms 207-8.
— 'AREHOUSF3 SITES.
ARE HARD TO FIND AT REASONABLE
PRICES. I MAKE A PFKCIALTY OF THIS
CLASS OF PROPERTY AND SELL THEM
WITH OR WITHOUT SWITCHING FACILI-
TIES. CALL, ON MR KOR LOWEST
i PRICES AND CHOICEST LOCATIONS.
THOMAS H. HASTINGS,
1102 BRALY BLDQ.
$10,000— A LARGE CORNER, ALI3O AND AN-
derson; ffne for warehouso when new Salt
Lake Freight Depot Is built.
$22,600—99 ft., San Pedro near 6th.
tU.m-rV> ft.. Ban Pedro; koo.l Income.
51,850— Best lot In Weutlake for" the price;
$M,OOO-J5 ft., E. 7th; also have a very fine
'■■..... C29-S3l Laughlln Bldg.
TOR SALE— •
. N. W. CORNER OF MAPLE AVE. AND
(7TH ST.-. TWO-STORY HRICK BUILDING;
CLOSE TO MAIN ST.; BARGAIN.
'. -i W. M. GARLAND & CO..
; . '■■?■# ■■' ■'• 324 HUNTINGTON BLDG.
??■ ' Country Property
FQB.J3ALJE- "TnT ~~
' .: < c —ALFALFA LAND— . ■ \1 - -■
4« ■ acres of ■ deep, rich loam soil, In the
artesian belt, near the electric car line, be-
tween this city and the ocean; the place to
—BERRIES AND POULTRY—
Fine climate, good soil, plenty of water,
few minutes on electric car (both freight
and passenger) from the city.
- .: —DON'T DKL.AY—
If you want this bargain, for we have it
only for -a short time at
per acre, and on
F. H. BROOKS * CO.,
216-216 Currier Bldg.
Home 'phone 2243; Sunset Main 1015.
AN ABUNDANCE) OF WATER.
.! AT PRICES RANGING FROM
■ ■ ls2oo TO $300 AN ACRB.
TEN MILES FROM LOS ANGELES ON
PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
G. M. PURCELL,
IK SOUTH HILL, STREET.
FOB SALE— AT ALTADENA, THB BEAU-
I tlful foothill suburb of Pasadena:
(1300— Three acres In assorted fruit
E trees. . .
$8000— Ten acres In variety of fruits.
•8000 — Five acres planted to assorted
fruits,- with a pretty little modern cot-
16250— Twelve acres In fruit trees, most-
ly oranges; fronts on two fine streets.
L. M. PRATT, 608 Laughlln Building.
Altadena Property a Specialty.
FOR SALE— RANCH AT A SACRIFICE.
$6300; 138 acres good land,' fenced and cross
,'enced i good six-room ranch house, large
barn and outbuildings; 45 acres planted to
alfalfa, and 80 acres of grain, crop oft which
'will harvest $1200 Inside three months; plenty
of water; stock, tools and Implements.
F. B. WOODLKY & CO.,
, 45214 ■ South , Broadway.
' 160 ACRES IN WHEAT.
$15 cash i er acre buys It this week.
WESTERN COLONIZATION & INVEST-
811 11. W. Hellrnan Bids;.
rOR BALB-SALT I ..-.KB ROAD IB NOW
running. - For city lots and stats lands la
Southern Nevada with water, at $1.20 pw
' acre; • also snaps In the Muddy and Vegas
valleys, see J. F. McPHERBON, 403 Sttmson
block, cor. Third and Rprlng) a commissions!
for Nevada In California.
FOR SALE— ALTADENA ACREAGE, ALL
kinds, all prices. L. M. PRAIT, 608
Laughlln Bldg. "Authority on Alttulena."
■ [■.;, Suburban Property
ORANGE GROVE AVENUE, I'ASAHENA,
world. You'd think prices would be ex-
.ceedlnrly high, but we have a few choice
building sites on "The Avenue" which are
offered at a remarkably low figure. We also
have a number of uli'itant homes In this
aristocratic district. Including one of the
finest; which Is offered at a special sacrl-
Hce, If Interested, see
L. M. PRATT, 608 Laughlln Building.
THB MANUFACTURING AND ALSO
ONE) OF THB FINEST REBIDENCB
SUBURBS JN LOS ANQBLES, COUNTY.
Office oil the tract, or Suite 418-417, PacMo
> Bleotrlo Bull-ing.
t. J. WHITB & CO.. AQENTa
FOR BALK— "~~ ~~~
. $700 per acre— 6 acres In oranges In center
of Alhambra, near Main street oleotrlo line;
plenty of water. Bole agent.
LKH A. McCONNELL & CO.,
; 145 South Main St.
' NICE) LEVEL LOT, 60x146, WITH CEMENT
curbs, graded streets and sidewalks; vouvmi-'
lent to school, church and car line! located
between Western and Vermont avenues.
Price $300; $_) cash, $10 monthlr. CHAS.
8. MANN. 115 West Fourth Bt.
FOR BALK— FINW BIMLDINU BITE AT
Altadeua; four hum, planted to assorted
fruit trees; most magnificent view; (88
feet frontage. Pries floou. L. U. I'KATT.
*x>s Laughlln Building., ,
And finish th« Wnndhnry couma of buMneM tralnlns by early fall. I/>« AnMiM
has entered upon a marvelous era of progress. I Thousands of young people will be
required to help parry on the enormous vnlumn nf hullntss. <M ready! Positions
and business openings are yours. It takes th« Woodhurr fore*, charaoter, originality
and Inspiration to bring out the best that Is In you. N<» Bnrrtmer Taratkni, but
student's vacation made up. April enrollment now active. Illustrated catalogue, ad-
dressed Id snperh handwriting, on r«qtie«t. Home lftso| Main **05.
809 S. Hill St.
fir^^^Jno. RUftINKSa COLLKOR. »m
r^_^Sr surroundings, day snii evening
J. EnoWNa'pEROBH, Business' Manager!*'
The College of Fine Arts U. S. C.
Is at beautiful Qarvansa. I'alntlng, Sculp-
ture, Designing, Illustrating, Architectural
Drawing, Art Pottery, Metal Work.
PUSINKBB OOtt49OH 111 A lAI.I AND M<
UABLfi iOMOOgWI-ht sessions. M W. sP.
■ SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA mm
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
«M 3 OKANO *V€. LOt ANOCLMS. CAI.
TOR SALB— BRWINO noCKEHS, $1.00;
chairs, 60c; Iron beds, $2.50; dressers, $«.00
up; Riuiitnry couches, $4.75; stands. $1.00;
6-ploce toilet sets, $1.75; 3-drawer chiffoniers,
$3.75; extension tables, 15.00; ladles' desks,
$5.00: open bookcases, $3.75; (2-plece dinner
sets, $4. D0; 9x12 pro-Brussels rugs, $9.60; 9x9
granite ruR, «.«0; $15.00 gns range for $12.60;
2-burner gasoline stoves. $3.00; $5.60 kitchen
safes for $4.50. Big reductions. Many are
hf-nedtlng by our big reductions. J. M.
OVERKL.L,, 652-854 B. Main street.
IP YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
Real Furniture Bargains,
don't fall to attend
the Special Furniture Sals ■
now going on
at 9ES South Broadway.
TS Iron Beds from $2.50 up.
10 elegant Dressers from $5. 50 up.
Also big bargains
In Dining and Kitchen Furnlturs
at 958 BOUTH BROADWAY.
FOR RAl,rc-TEN-ROOM HOUSE AND 47
lots on La Jolla Beach, $3500; can be re-
tailed for $11,000; must sell at once; hand-
somest beach In Southern California; com-
mlselon paid. P. MAXWELL, 1328 7 St.,
NO FANCY PRICES FOR BORDERS. BEST
goods In U. S. for the money. Border and
paper for 32-foot room, $1; 7-ft. shades, 26a
and 35c: molding, 2c foot; paper cleaner, 26c;
old English floor wax. 40c; Sanltas, 25c.
Painting reasonable and guaranteed. WAL-
TER BROS.. 627 S. Spring.
FOR BALE— LADIES 1 TAILORING JtOOMS.
Parlnrs, millinery and dressmaking, best
location, fully equipped, doing $1000 monthly
business. $2000 will take It. See RUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY DEIT. Jones & Ryder Land
Co., 218 W. Third sU
FOR BALE— IN ONE OF CALIFORNIA'S
largest cities, an old, well established wall
paper, paint, oil and glass, etc, business;
large stock and good business; a bargain.
Owner retires on account of 111 health. Ad-
dress W. A. STRONG, 410-11 Henna Bldg.,
123 W. 3d Bt. .
HARDWARE STORE FOR SALE—
Invoice $5000; good location; nlc« clean
stock; will exchange for real estate. See
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY DEPT., Jones
& Ryder Land Co., 218 West Third St.
DYE WORKS FOR SALE—
Price $250. Everything complete, Including
horse and wagon. See BUSINESS OPPOR-
TUNITY DEPT., Jones & Ryder Land Co.,
218 West Third st.
WANTED— AN EXPERIENCED LADY FOR
massage and manicuring: will sell halt in-
terest or entire business, well established.
MRS. KAY. 467'j Third St., San\Bernardlno.
FOR EXCHANGE .
$5000— New 8-room home, mtg. $2700, 7 per
rent, and new 6-room cottage subject to
$1600; want clear ranch or home in Pomona,
Pasadena, or near-by city.
$4000— Mtg. $1850; 12 lots South Hollywood,
for other property clear; will consider east-
$15,000— Orange grove of 20 acres, small In-
cumbranse of $1500, for city or eastern.
WM. N. HOLWAY. 220 Grant Bldg.
FOR EXCHANGE-BY BEN WHITB. .•
tOO ranches. $600 to $150,000.
100 bouses and lots, $1000 to $50,000.
100 orange and lemon groves, $2000 to $10a,«
•00. ■ . -
6000 miscellaneous properties. To bar. sell
or trade property go to BEN WHITB, M
Bry-on Block, td and Spring streets. >
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE YOUR PROPER-
ty, any location. Large list to selsot from;
MAXOsT REALTY CO.. 114-118 Stlmson Bldg.
BEN WHITE WILL, EXCHANUJS JOUB
propel ty. 308 BRYBON BLOCK. Second and
Spring ■!« Member L A. Realty Beard.
Miscellaneous - i
WALTER BROS., (37 B. SPKINQ. BANITAo
wall cover, 25c yd.; washable papers, So
roll; elsewhere 150 to 45c. Good border and
paper for 12-ft. room, 11; equaled nowhere In
the U. 8. All papers. Latest tapestry, two
tones and burlap effects at lowest cash prices.
Best paint, $1.50 gal; shingle stain, 75c; bare
and roof nalnt. Wo: 7-ft. shades. 250 and tto;
molding, 2o ft. Freight paid on out-of-towa
orders over $5 If this paper Is mentioned.
PIANOS-ALL YOU NEED TO PAT US 18 $s
when you select your piano, th«n 19 monthly,
Ws won't charge you any interest. Ws
positively guarauee the rrlee ws ask to
be the name as asked In New York, Boston
or Chicago. Remember ths old bouse ot
FIT2XJEHALD, when you want a good
piano. 114 a Spring street
FOR BALK— NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables. Bsr fixtures ot
all kinds; easy payments. Send for cata-
PER CO.. 610 a Broadway.
FOR SALE— ONE 75-HOnSR POWER TUBU-
lar boiler, td hand. THE CUDAIIY FKO.
CO.. cor. Macy and Banta Fs streets.
FOR BALE— NEW KIMBALL PIANO, A
. snap if sold soon. Cull or address 418 8.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
WEDNESDAY. Al'Hll, 6, J9OS.
Jennie E. I'vrklim, Harry Francis Perkins,
Charles Buckley Perkins, IMward Worthtngton
Perkins and Halpb U. t'erkln* to 8. W. Ly
man—Lot 5. Bllltot tract .-. 110
Thomas Barley and 8. J. Karley to Chun.
Bhade and H. 8. Wold-Part lot ». block K.
Ban Pasqual tract ....$19,000
Frank, I. Oakes to Thomas O. Thompson ond
Cifflla Tlinni|.Bim -I'an lot ID, block A. Ban
familial tract ..}!(>
B. frank Dake and Anna M, Dak* to Anna
8. Reed— l<ot 5. Orange Dale tract .....,;. ..fin
Ellen Ilollenbeck (formerly Ellen MfCorkle)
to Edward Duff King-Lot 10, block 'I/- Btev.
•osou & Rhodes subdivision ......iiouo
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 190 J.
Edward Duff Kin* nti.l Murjnrle Ayrei Kind
to Annie 11. Mnrrti— lot to, block I, Steven
ton A Rhodes subdivision..* HO
William J. Hayden and TDslsy I>. Hayden to
Oeorse It. Patterson— Lot t, Block 1. Klnney
Heights trail, i $10
Abbot Klnney Co. to Carlo Marehettl-Lot 11,
block C, Country Club tract *1O
Albert Pholps And Mary 1.. Phelps to James
Craig and Charles B. Ebey-Part lot 11, north
portion of Montssuma tract til ,..$11)
Joseph Orelich and Mnry Ofelseh to I,ura A.
Jnlly-r.nt 45, Welaa traot No. 1 $10
Persls A. Rollins to I.urn A, Jolly-Liots 3
4KB and 7, subdivision of no Bin Jme de
J;ufim* Ayres $1
I.ttra A, Jolly and llfrt P. Jolly to Joseph
Orelich and Mary Orelsch— lots till and 7,
block 17, subdivision of no Ban Jose de Buenos
V. M. Odell and Myrtle. Jones to Flora n.
Ilnwley— Lot 2, block 8. Klec. By. Hitd A«sn $1
Henry O. Wllahlre (signs Henry Oaylord
Wllshlre) to Frances B. Balkes-bot t>, Ban
burys subdivision $1
Frances B. Ralkes to Georga n. Ingalla—
Lot to, Bftnburys subdivision $10
F. It. Johnson and Estella K. Johnson to
Lalah A. Burnham— Part lot 23, La Verne
F. O. Schumacher to Ella Rlocum Mooney—
Lot ID, block a, Thomas tract $10
Clara Dryadala Cattern and May Tims New
ton, Individually and as executrix of estate
of Mary If. Newton, deceased, to John U
Ksfton— Agreement to convey lot 4, Mary 11.
Newton tract $300
game to John T,. Eaa-on— Lot 4, Mary It.
Newton tract $300
R. F. Fobs to William A. Warman—Agree
ment to convey lot 9, F. B. Crawford trt $1063
Herman Gleschen «nd Hermlna Olenchen
to Sam Campo— Lot S2, M. L. Wicks subdi
vision of lots 304 and 30tl, Bouth . & Porter
F. R Shaw and Hannah F,. Shaw to Mrs.
Josephine A. Allen (formerly Josephine A.
Hubbard)— Lots IS and 1«, block J, Ocean
Villa tract $10
Bama to same— Lot 10, Shaw's Ocean View
Nora O'Laverty to Fit* B. Bench-Lot 247,
M. L. Wicks subdivision of. Oarbollno Cooper
ond South & Porter tracts $10
Emma Leuzardcr to Klsle 8. Busk and Ilorn
tlj E. Busk— Lots 2 and 3. Golden Poppy tr $10
Barah J. Wicks and Clark Wicks to Hans
Jensen— Lots S 9 14 and IE. Maddux tract ..$lO
Same to W. 11. Maddux— Lots 6 6 7 16 17 and
18. same tract t. ...$lO
Seaside Water Co. and Broadway Bk. &
Tr. Co., trustee, to J. Oscar Dpwnlng-Lot 1,
block 12, Seaside Park $10
Patrick Mooro to R. A. Rowan— Lot 17,
block 15 .Wolfskin Orchard tract $10
Joseph ■ Ooestenkohrs and Louisa .Ooesten
kohrs to Charles Westrem— Lot on north line
of Commercial street 110 feet west of north
west corner of Commercial and Alameria
Margaret Slocum to A. R. Brown— Lots 9
10 and 11, block 82, Adams Street Arlington
Heights tract $10
B. Henry C. Oreen and Mary A. Green to
Julia A. Hurley— Lot 3, block 44, Central Ar
lington Heights tract $10
J. P. Carter and Jenelle M. Carter to Elijah
•VVllcut-Lot 27, .Sanborn tract $10
William Stewardson and Jane Stewardnon to
A. L. Painter— Part lots 7 and I, block 3,
New Depot tract $10
W. A. Jnhnson, 8. C. Johnson, James B.
Maxwell, Myrtle N. Maxwell, Henry F. Cof
fin and Harriet A. Coffin to John Henry
Goodloe— l,ot 28, block 2. Connells sub $10
8. F. Johnson and Claire C. Johnson to
John Franklin Wynkoop-Lot 149, Brooks sub
division of Phllbtn tract $10
Mathlas A. Bonne and Georglne Bonne to
Anton Klngo and Rose Kluge— Part lot 14,
block B, W. L. A $10
George W. Lasher to A. Wlthernpoon— Part
lot 1. subdlvlslori< of part Ro La Brea ....$lO
Eugene Barry to Minnie E. Davis-Lot 20.
block D, F. P. Howard & Co.'s subdivision of
Bliss tract $10
Daniel T. Althouse and Maud L. Althouse to
Charles H. Bweatt— Lot 27, Westlake Park
C. 11.- Sweatt and C. W. Sylvester to Daniel
T. Althouse— Lot 44, resubdlvlslon of Turner
Same to same— Lot 45, same tract $10
Mary Ellen Curtla and Pearl Warner . to
Katherlrie E. Jolllffe (formerly Katherlne K.
Peck)-Part lot 1, West Hollywood $83*
A. W. Husklns, guardian of George Warner
Griffin, Frederick A. Orlffln and Katherlne B.
Griffin, minors, to Katherlne E. Jollffe— l-6
Interest In part lot 1, West Hollywood ..$191«
A. W. Husklns, guardian of Frances W.
Warner, minor, to tame— l-18 Interest In we?t
V, of lot 1. same $638
H. L. Schoeller and Rosa L Schoeller to
Theodore Kuhl— Part Ro Ban Fasqual $10
Charles P. Frlssell and Sarah M. Frlsscll
to Theresa yon Breton— Lot at Intersection of
south line of Tenth street with west line of
Flgueroa street $10
George Ward and Llllle Dard' to Geo. B.
Upp-Lot 2. block B, Harvard Heights tr $10
Mercantile Loan & Inv. Co. to Maccabee
Bldg. Asm.— Lots 10 and 17, block B, Park
Louise Clawsoh to E. E. Anderson— Lot HI.
Clawson Villa tract $10
D. C. Hammell to John E. MiirAiy— T«ot 9,
block IT, Alls.) tract $10
J. Wesley Wilson to Rosa Delfs-Part lot 10.
block 3, E. L. A $800
Bertha Johansen to Andrew Snyder and
Catharine Snyder— Lot 83, Clark & Bryana
C. B. Fellows to Hugh Sutherland— Lota
1 2 and 3, block A, Spence & Falveys sub $1800
William H. Jeffers and Annie It. T. Jeffera
to C. W. Nlcklln— Lot 4, F. J. Ganahls reaub
division , $10
Geo. H. Peck, jr., and. Olive M. Peck to
C. W. Nlcklln— Lota 19 to 24 and SO to 36.
Inclusive, block 5, North Manhattan Beach $10
C. W. Nlcklln and Lillian Brock Nlcklln
to William H. Jeffers— Lots 19 20 21 24 81 82
S3 34 IC and 3C( block S, North Manhattan
Beach tract No. 2 $10
L. J, Christopher -and Madeleine Christopher
to S. G. Marahutz— Lot 20. Klnney tract ..$lO
Mary M. W. De Van to R. Mondus (single)
—Lot 21. Arlington tract ' $12,000
John 11. Smurr to Emergency Hospital Assn.
—Lot 19 and part lot 18, block 9, Wolfsktll
Orchard tract $10
Alton M. rates, administrator of estate of
D'Entalng Dlckerson, deceased, to C. B. Oroat
—Lot 39. Workman & Hellmans sub $4300
Wltmer Bros. <'o. to J. W. Carrlgan— Lot 8,
block 32, L. A. Imp. Co.s sub $10
Lyman B. Buck and Belle E. Buck to Wil
liam B. Hallow and Martha A. Ballew-Lot 3,
Tylers Key West tract ...^ $10
T. I. & T. Co. to' Ernest F. Peterson-Lot
180. South Park Aye. Home tract No. 2 ..$lO
1,. A. Bids. Co. to M. Bue Bpurlock and Ab
bott N. Bpurlock— Part lot 27, block 12, Urm
ston tract $10
8. J. Comport and Nellie E. Comport to W.
R. Oretck-Lot ill. block B. Culvers Wn»t
Adams Street subdivision or Bhorb'Hstd $14
Belle M. Parker to Annie Buck-Lots 31 and
!2. block 14, Wolfskin Orchard traot $10
J. C. Nolan to W. H. Nolan-Lot 3, block 7.
Foot Hill traot of Klttls resubdlvlslon of
block 7 $1
John Fausetto to Joe Fausetto— Lot 10, Loner
A Stedman tract » $10
Pearl Simmons to W. W. Bhrader, jr.— Lots
147 and 148, Alexandra Welll traot $10
M. A. Forster, Individually and as trustee,
to Budt L. Thompson— Lot 11, block I, Pasa
dena Villa tract $50
Frederick C. Pries and Lula L. Price to
Samuel T, T. Frakes— Part section 80 7 N
14 W $100
Hermosa Beaoh Land A Water Co. to
Maria M. Lapham— Lots It and 16, block IX.
Hermosa Beach ". $10
Hester A. Harris to Mrs. Q. A. Everett
lot 20, block 18, Hermosa. Beach $10
Martha Elisabeth Foxton and Joseph Foxton
to James Causey— Part lot 1, block 1, L. A.
Until, tract $10
Golden Htat« Realty Co. tod J. T. Blbley—
Lots t8 19 and 70, Walton tract $270
Joseph Burkhard to Albert N. John—Agree
ment to convey lot «, block 6, West Adams
& Jefferson Bt. traot $4M
George F. Bankston and Julia Bankston to
Nelson Breaux— Undivided H Interest part lot
(6, Hlscock ft Bmlths first addition $10
Wesley I'lork. K. P. Bryan, Barah J. Clark
and Georgia Bryan to J. H. Met 'utchan— Part
loi IW, Clark * Bryan* WMtmorelsnd trt $10
T. H. t T. Co. to l.'nmnufl Ustenwalter—
Lot $S9. Kdeii<ul« trei-t , no
Mrs. Elisabeth V. Ulrard to Frederick A.
Holn>M-K*c«lpt and agrtemtnt to coov«y lot
12. MeOarry irnet , pm
N. P. C»mi*»ll t» William ir«y«-r»rt tot
i. Mock 4. "»nch*i trsot
P. E. T/>n'i< and Elisabeth Lowe to Perry
Bu«»»ll-LMs n anil », hlk IT, Falmdal« HMD
John Warn and M«»»l» Wurti to Herman
<H««chM— Lot », Hlefer tmct; lot BJ, M. I*
wicks miNiivifiinn of low 104 and MS, South
ft Porter tract no
William K. n«wle», Frank A. Bowled «nd
Jean W. Bowies .to Oeorge ii. Rector— l<ftt
1 and part lot I, block F, Mn. Fltigersld
C C, Bm»ilMi ta W. H. Jeffries— Lot 4,
block 74, H.intmttMi Beach ■ fin
Klla M. LMng to William IT. K. Pendteton
•nil Hmihlh m»o IVnrikton— A«r<>«Tii»nf. to con
vey part lot «, block 8, Hollywood Ocesn
View tract No, 5 $»>
Paul B. fltnwart to Mary B. Kopplr— Lot «.
Chester tract $16
Fannle a Carey, executrix of estate of A.
H. Carey, deceased, to George 8. Smith -
Part lot t«, sub of W portion of Lick
Emma Armstrong tn W. A. polklnithorn-
Part farm lot 8», Alamlto* tract SIO
2 Mrt i, ""»•" ». Wllshlre to nmlt McGood
w-ln—Part lots t and I), block Sit, Rendondo
Beach ' |ioo
France* Morrison to Louisa Marrlson— Lot
J7 «na part lot 11, block i, I. W. Hellmans
l*th St. trsct r. 110
Edward Mnhar to Henry menkllsson— l-ot
17, block *, Central Horn« Plac« 110
». • h D"**'. Ann * M - r><wk*r, John M«
ivwiald and Emma McDonald to Pasadena
n»alty Co.-PaM of tract of land markM Mn.
vawter 43.81 aorc«, In division B. land* of B.
O. «O. O. association ,sio
Henry Bstrley to Katharine) O. llalrli>y~t«>t
ft, Banhury 1 * sub (i
Patrick llnrni-tt. Juiin Cnhnllorln and Jo««ph
Noonan to J. P. Btorm— ljot 13, J. Bot tub $10
n«orir« H. Thummel and Stella B. Thum.
mrl to W. 11. Potter and Emma J. Potter-
Part mo. 1, 1 a, » W |400
,/• W. Hoyd to C«pt. Harry Palm«r and C.
JI. Brunn— Loti la and 14, J. W. Bord tract
.Tr^rphrnn naird (Si«tn'«'.lcwp|,iil"rif- nnl'r'di and
.Tanirn Balrd to ,T. J. Penny— Loti 2J, 18 and
20, J.imM nub 110
William n. Powell and Majr D. Powell to
F. A .Carpenter and I-lbble O. Carpenter-
Part «c«. 80, 1 N, 10 W .....14000
Charles A. Rmlth and fiophla C. .Bmlth to
Mrs. F. B. jßckman-Lots 13 and 14, Key
•tone tract $10
William Oreirory and Phoebn Ore*ory to Mr«.
Bylvla a. Thompnon-Lol S4, block 5, Urmston
Claud* R. Hale and drum R. Hale to 8.
Cleav«r-Lot» 10 and 11, block 7, Manhattan
Robert F. Hale and Grace K. Hale to some.
— T,ot 9, block 7. Manhattan Beach $10
Benjamin A. Harris to David Falle Harris—
Undivided tt Intorent In lots S and 8. block B,
Ralph Rogers subdivision of block V, Ocean
Park Villa tract No. 2 $10
Rda-ar E. Long and Dora A. T/onn to Charles
Delbovler— Lot W4, Chicago Park tract ....$lO
Nathan W. fitowell (Men* N. W. Rtowell)
and Flora H. Btowell to Rusene Germain-
Part lots 8 and 9, block 3. O. H. $10
A, M. Cox to Horace Metcalf— Part section
ii a s ib w jsoo
Banta Monica Commercial Co. to T. H. Dud
loy— lot 3, block C, Banta Fo tract $10
Mutual Realty Co. to Mrs. It. A. Moore
liOt* 13 13 and 14, Inter-Urban tract $3.10
William 11. Mullett and Judith Mullett to
Alonio P. Hendrlckson— Lot 2. Dayman tr $10
■ KllMbeth Hollenlwck to Aloniio P, Hendrlck
■on—Lot, 4, block 15, . Alamlto* Beach town
Charles X, Case and fimlly Case to Frank
B. Clark-Part section 27 2 S 14 W $10
Mary J. Baker and N. V. Baker to C. a.
Wllcox and W. B. Moore— Part lot 25, block
4. Bartow tract HO
Ellen Vaudln to same— Part lot 28, block 4.
Josephine Twist and E. W. Twist to Berta
Ixipez— Lot 24. Del Mar tract $10
David R. Kftlaey and Margaret Kelsey to
L. Flemlnfr-Lot 6. block 36, Pomona ....$lO
81l W.- Keller and Jennie Keller to J. W.
Hayes (single)— Part section « 1 8 8 W ....$lO
Frank J. Parker to Harold C. Dewey-Lot
14. block 1, Crahhs subdivision $10
R. T. Kllley to same-Part lot 13. block
4. Crabbs subdivision $10
Carrie I* Northcutt to Maggie Mltchell-Un
dlvlded \b lot 10, subdivision of part of lot
allotted to Charles C. Efichrlch $700
John Oraf Zobeleln and Alvlna Oraf Zohe
leln to Judson J. Jones— Lot 9, block I, Zohe
leln tract HO
Abbot Klnney to Jennie Hardman— Part lot
8, and all lot 9, Mock C. Coral Crest tract $10
Wm. A. Oalnes and Elizabeth H. Qalnes to
Ida Thereln-Part lot 3, block 1, Compton $1
Philip 8. Real to Edward E. Merrltt— Part
lot 10, block 2. East San Pedro $1000
Emma F. Coverdale (sometimes written Em
ma Coverdale) and H. W. Coverdale to Mrs.
Elmlra Wise-Lot 12. block 6.- H. M. Ames
first subdivision of Vernon $10
F. H. Ware and Rachel Ware to F. Yalo
Adams-Baxter tract It
Mrs. Sadls Harding and E. R. Harding; to
State Bank of San Pedro— Lot 8, Moore &
Wilson sub 110
J. F. Rchroeder and Elisabeth Behroeder to
same— Lot 12, Peck's sub of block DO, Ban
«eorg» B. Smith and Ullian A. Smith to
M. J. Nolan-Undivided H Interest in part lot
2H, west portion of Lick tract $11000
Edward A Hoffman and Mary B. Hoffman
to Martha L. Zander— Part lot 12, Hoffman
same to name— Lot 11, samo ...; $700
Barr Realty Co. to J. W. Hendrlck-Part
sec. M. 8 N, 13 W $10
a. E. OrenahAW to W. O. Williams and
Marjorie M. Williams— Lot 21, block 49, Cen
tral Arlington Heights $1046
C M. Wolf and Ethel E. Wolf to C. R.
Wolf— Lot 28, Houston Heights tract $10
Abram M. Edelman to D. W. Edelman—
Lot 8. block 10. Park tract; lot 9, ghlvely A
Nettleton's sub of Cox tract $10
Hattte Brooks Stevens and Frederick If.
Stevens to John Lambert— Lots 6, 8, 7 and
8, resub of part block 3, La Fuente Place. .slo
Mrs. J. Rose Stewart to Mrs. Oertrude S.
Bell— Lot 2, block 18, Pasadena Villa tract $160
Oil, Storage A Transportation Co. to Asso
ciated Oil Co.— Part lot 25. all lots 28 and 27
and N line of Alhambra, aye in Hancock
tract; lot 27 and land between iot and Santa
F«. railroad right of way In H. C. Thomas'
tract .■ $10
George Rhelnschlld and Susie Rhelnschlld to
W. A. Stewart— Lot 9, block 11. Garvanza $R62
F. T. Blcknell, Carrie F. Blcknell and Mary
Ellen Entwlstle to Thomas W. Day— Lots 49
and SO Ellis tract $10
Louis E. Walter to O. Albert Rockwell-
Lot IIS, block 27, C. V. Hall tract $10
Glan B. Varnl to Carlo Vaj-ni— Part section
14. 1 N. 11 W $119
Charles N. Nye and Harriet F. Nye to
Reuben L. Nye— Undivided >,4 Interest In lot
2, block 2, C. M. Wells tract $10
Rorcdale Cemetery association to Mrs. N.
M. Persons— Part lot 23, section N. Kosedale
Same to same— Agreement to care; for
same .....* $76
Eliza Hoke to Juan Gless— Part Ro Rlncon
de Los Buyes $10
Southern California Savings Bank to Sam
D. Taylor and E. T. Taylor— Lot 23, block 2,
Short Line Beach sub No. 1 $450
Ralph Rogers and Lydla Conway (slgni
Lydla L. Conway) to F. T. Deyoe— Lot 10,
block C, Highland Park tract $700
C. W. Constable and Mabel Elizabeth Con
stable to' Thomas Davis — Part nectlon 23 3
8 14 W $10
Mrs. Marie Pellegrlno and Antonio Polle
grtno to H. Boettcher— Lot 172, oßettoher tr $3
T. I. A T. Co. to W. J. Hawkes—Reconvey
ance of trsut property
Delta Investment Co. to Edward Chambers-
Part lot 10, block 1, Palm Place $10
Seth W. Champion and Luclnda A. Cham
pion to Lucinda L. Blgford— Part lot 2. R 2,
Alhambra tract $7000
Msrcus A. Blgford and Luclnda L. Blgford
to Luclnda A. Champion— Lot 20, Angelua
Maud M. Spurlln to Dennis C. Sullivan— Lot
24, Thornton tract HO
Adallne M. Lecky to Oeorge Sanders and
Cleorirlana Sanders— Agreement to convey lot
12, H. L. Flash Main St. subdivision $!*»
Superintendent Backus ' yesterday Issued
building 1 permits as follows:
Alesandro street, north of Baxter street—
Leslie M. and Lelah Cooper, owner; C. F.
Gllmore,, builder; one-stotv, two-room frame
Adams street, 1559 East— M. M. Flowers,
ownor; J. M. Flowers, builder; one-itory, six
room frame residence, $1,000.
Avenue Sixty-one, 401 West— N. O. Ander
son, owner and builder; one-story, five-room
frame residence, $1,400.
Cambridgo street, 2036 — Lena M. Mourlhardt,
owner; Z. O. Ssitel, builder; one-story, five
room frame residence; $1,676.
Central avenue, 3622— H. B. Ball, owner: J.
N. Oox, builder; one-story frame building;
Cornwell street, Sl9-T. P. Arnold, owner
and builder; alterations to frame residence;
First street, BHB East— W. T. King, owner
and builder; one-story, i flva-room frame resi
Forty-first street, 1293 West-Earl Burrltt,
owner; William Oracs, builder; one-story, five
tomrn frame residence; $I,SOO.
Fedora street, 215— Ida A. Brooks, owner and
builder; one-story, four-room frame residence;
Flgueroa street, 4SB-46O— Mrs. O. Hubert,
owner; 11. A. Cogswell, builder; one-story,
eight-room frame residence, $1,600.
Fifty-third street, 126« East— J, Brodle,
owner; Fred Nye, builder one-story, four
room, frame residence; 8930. •
Fiftieth street, 647 Hast— Miss M. Schil
lings, owner; Day & Stewart, builders; one
story, six-room frame resld«no«; $1,450.
Fifth street, $15 East— R. I. Collins, owner;
K. B. Cook, builder; throe-story frame store
Fairmont street, 8447-t-C. F. Haitie, owner
and builder! unv-story, four-room frame resi
Hartford street, 722-721— George H. Recler,
owner and bunder; two-story, twelve-room
frame tint -building: $2.«0d. ;
Hill street, 313-323 South— Homer Tjiughllii.
owner; Henry 11. Angelo C0.,- builder; eight
story concret* olDc* uuii stma building, Ji2t),.
009. -. ! -
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Helen street, 1485— Charl'S M. Stlmson,
owner; P. W. Bice, builder; one-story, five
room frame residence, $1,250.
Harvard boulevard, 4120-E. • Easly, owner;
Murphy & Schllem, builders; one-story, five
room frame residence, $1000.
Harvard boulevard. 1511-G. W. Llnde,
owner; J. T. Wright, builder; two-story,
seven-room frame residence, $1,800.
Huber avenue, west of Hooper avenue— H.
H. Unlsale, owner and builder; frame resi
Huber avenue, east of Central avenue— E
H. Unlsale, owner and builder; frame resi
Huber avenue, east of Central avenue— E.
H. Unlsale, owner and builder; one-story,
four-room frame residence, $BW.
Huber avenue, west of Hooper avenue— B.
H. Unlsale, owner and builder; one-story,
four-room frame residence, $500.
Kensington road. 775 East— Mm. D. A.
Meaklns. owner; J. A. Kemp, builder; one
story, six-room, "Trame resldenoe; $2000.
Long Beach avenue, 2807— F. W. Smith,
owner; George 8. Horlon, builder; one-story,
two-room, frame residence; $200.
Long Beach avenue, 2671— M. H. Flowers,
owner; J. M. Flowers, builder; one-story, flve
rocm, frame residence; $1000.
Lake Shore avenue, 665— Mrs. H. Green,
owner; J. M. Parker, builder; one-story, three
room, frame residence; $350.
Los Angeles street, 224 South— B. B. You
mans, owner; 11. R. Angelo Co., builder; four
story brick building; $35,913.
McCollum street, 1607— J. A. Brown, owner
and bulldnr; one-story, four-room, frame resi
Moneta street, north of Fifty-seventh street—
O. D. Ruiz, owner; S. Walleck, builder; three :
room, frame residence; $75. • '
Mailman avenue, 730— J. F. Coughlln, owner,
and builder; one-story, four-room, frame resi
Mollno street, 621-587— Barker Bros., owners;
Carl Leonardt, builder; four-#tory, brick ware
Philadelphia street, 6323-Mary R. Hutchison,
owner; H. H. Hutchison, builder; one-story,
one-room, frame residence; $100.
Remich avenue, 4447— 8a111e A. Judd. owner;
P. Savory, builder; one-story, five-room, frame
Bt. Andrews place. 1408— P. Reenltz, owner;
F. H. Hilmer, builder; two-story, eight-room,
frame residence; $5000.
.Santa Cruz street, 2135— Mrs. C. B. Mills,
owner and builder; one-story, frame barn; $100.
San Pedro street, 718-120-Paul Haunt, owner
and builder; alterations to one-story, frame
building; $500. '
Thirty-eighth street, 1858 West— Mrs. Hen
derson, owner and builder; one and a half
story, frame barn ; $50.
Twenty-first street, 2961 West— Katharine
Rhodes, owner; W. H. Rhodes, butlder; six
room, frame residence; $1750.
Trinity street, 3640— Harriett M. Douglas,
owner; H. D. McCabe, builder; one-story,
five-room, frame residence; $1400.
Third street, 317 East-F. Snyder & Sons,
owners and builders; one-story, brick build
Twenty-eighth street, 1650 East— A. Johnson,
owner; H. A. Kenlston, butlder; one-story,
four-room, frame residence; $300.
San Pedro Shipping
None. ARRIVED. >:-.
Schooner Philippine, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Compeer, Mukllteo.
Schooner Alpha, Wlllapa.
Steamer South Coast, Caspar.
Steamer Scotia, Bowen's Landing.
Steamer San Pedro, Eureka.
VESSELS IN PORT
Schooner Mahukona, Portland.
Steamer Charles Nelson, Portland.
Bte&mer Chehalis, Gray's Harbor.
Barkentlne Holllswood, San Francisco.
Schooner Admiral, Everett.
Schooner Snow & Burgcas, Ludlow.
Schooner Prosper, Ballard.
Bchooner Columbia, Italian!.
Ship Bangalore. Philadelphia.
Bchooner Taurus, Luldow.
Bchooner Soquel, Hadlock.
Bchooner Irene, Portland.
Schooner Bangor, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Honolpu, Portland.
Schooi.er Polaris. Everett.
Schooner O. J. Olson, Ballard.
Bchooner Nokomls, Oray's Harbor.
Schooner James A. Garfield. Gray's Harbor.
Steamer San Gabrlal, Umpqua.
Barkentlne Makawells, Mukllteo.
Bchooner Azalea, Eureka.
Steamer Bee. Portland.
VESSELS ON THE WAT.
Ship Plndos. Hamburg 81
Ship Qlenerlrht, Hamburg 4i
Schooner Robert R. Hind, Portland 17
Barkentlne C. F. Crocker, Port Townsend.. 16
Schooner Busle Plummer, Everett 14
Bchooner Expansion. Ballard 13
Schooner Forest Home, Qlympla It
Schooner David Evans, Everett 11
Schooner Argos, Gray's Harbor 7
Schooner H. T. Alexander, Gray's Harbor., 8
Schooner Mildred. Wlllapa 6
Bchooner J. A. Campbell, Columbia *
Steamer Shasta, Belllngham 4
Barkentlne K. FIU-klnger. Portland 3
Bohooner G. W. Watßon, Portland I
Schooner Sadie, Umpqua 1
Bchooner Kobert Searlts, Gray's Harbor... 2
Steamer Norwood, Gray's Harbor 2
Schooner William Kenton, Willapa 8
Bchooner Novelty, San Francisco $
Bchooner Lucy, Umpqua 3
Bchooner R. W. liartlclt, Gray's Harbor.... 2
Bchooner Luzon, Portland t
Bchooner Liertha Dolbeer, Eureka, 3
Barkentlne James Johnson, Portland.
Bchooner Americana, Portland.
Schooner Meteor, Hadlock.
Bchooner Ethel Zane, Portland.
Barkentlne O. C. Perkins, Portland.
Bchooner J. M. Column, Everett.
Barkentlne Hesper, riuiita ltosa.
Bchooner Salem, Ballard. ' •
Harkentlne John C. Meyer, Everett.
Bchooner C&mano, Gamble.
Bchooner J. U. Weatherwax, Blakely.
Hchooner Minnie A. Calne, Taooma.
Schooner Carrier Dove, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Bon-alls, Astoria.
Bchooner Manila, Everett.
Bchooner Marconi, Ballard.
Steamer Prentlis, Kureka - v ■'..'/'
Steamer Harold Dollar, Seattle '
Bteamer Centralism OrUy's Harbor.
Behooner Dennance, Graf's Harbor.
Bchooner Erie, Portland.
Schooner l.udlow, Hadlock.
Bttntner B»mon. Caspar. ■
AnmvV?S° NDO ' Apr " ■■
.Steamer Quttn, Capt, ■ AlMSader, from Baal
Lei tCSl INCWS Headquarters
For Furniture, Carpets and Rugs
Your wife thinks she needs a new floor covering. We are sure
we have just what she wants. We were never able to ■ sell
these goods cheaper than at _ >■ ' ',<)i .'■■■ .
the present time. Big stock /^^Mf?^\ C^ "■
just received of all kinds .. P^i^QMffl^^LewyjEJrTv '
and Sizes *"** ' *'■ OMT ;
Axminsters, Wiltons, Velvets, Brussels, Tapestries,
Ingrains— Anything and Everything You May Need
Carpets from 15c to $1.50 per yard, Rugs from 45c to $25.00
each — No trust goods, no trust prices — Remnants at half price.
Why pay trust prices when we can sell you ■
bettor goods for 'much less money?
R. W. Pierce Furniture Col
203-205-207 North Spring Street ; ' , ),
Steamer Alcazar, Capt. Frederlcluen, from
Bteamer Santa Monica, Capt. Olsen, from
Gray's Harbor, via San Pedro.
Steamer Queen. Capt. Alexander, for San
Francisco and way ports.
TO SAIL TONIGHT.
Bchooner Melrose, Capt. McArron, for Aber
c*"'TOe*"'TO SAIt. THURSDAY, APRIL I
Bchooner Mary Wlnkelman, Capt. Guttorm
sen, for Seattle.
TO SAIL, FRIDAY, APRIL 7.
Schooner Endeavor, Capt McAllap, for
VESSELS IN PORT.
Barkentlne Mary Wlnkelman, Capt. Gut
tormsen, from Gray's Harbor.
■ Bchooner Commerce, Capt. Meyers, from
Bchooner Melrose, Capt. .McArron, from
Schooner Endeavor, Capt. MoAUap, from
Steamer - Banta Monica, Capt. Olsen, from
Steamer Alcatraz, Capt. Frederlcksen, from
Tug Redondo, Capt. Crockett, In port.
VESSELS ON THE WAY.
Schooner Ensign, from Everett.
Schooper J. A. Campbell, from Columbia
Barkentlne Portland, from Port Townsend.
The steamer Alcazar, Captain Frederlcksen,
arrived from Eureka this morning with a
cargo of 283,000 feet of lumber and shingles
for the Montgomery & Mullln Lumber com
The steamer Banta Monica, Capt. Olsen In
command, came In last night from Oray's
Harbor with a cargo of 860,000 feet of lumber
for the Ganahl Lumber company.
The steamer Alcazar Is a sister ship of the
steamer Al-atraz, both of which are owned
by the I* E. «.Whltei Lumber company. The
other vessels ■of this fleet are the steamers
Helen P. Drew and the Whlteboro, which also
come to this port.
The steamers Santa Monica, Santa Barbara
and San Pedro compose a fleet belonging to
the J. 11. Humify company and all maks this
There are now In port tasldes the tug- Re
dondo, six ships, four of which are sailing
vessels and two are steamers. These repre
sent a carrying, capacity of 4,200,000 feet of
San Francisco Shipping
SAN FRANCISCO, April 6.— Arrived:
Steamer Vanguard from Ban Pedro j steamer
Robert Dollar from San Pedro; U. S. B. Alba
tross from San Diego.
Balled: Bteamer Coos Bay for Ban Pedro;
steamer Shasta for Ban Pedro, steamer State
of California, for Ban Diego.
UNEMPLOYED ARE STARVING
Uy Associated Preso.
NEW YORK, April s.— Preparations
for a strike of 30,000 cloakmakera are
shadowed in a circular issued by Pres
ident Bchleßslnger of the International
Women's Qprment Makers' union. All
the cloakmakers in this vicinity are
told in the circular to protest against
existing conditions in the trade.
It asserts* that hundreds are unem
ployed, and starving while those at
work labor from 14 to 16 hours at ex
tremely low wages.
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