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WB HAVE NO MIMT
BUT WE'LL MAKH YOtf MONET
BUT OLIVE STREET ITROPERTT
NOW NOW ' NOW NOW
Th« ihrewil Investor knows that tha present
prices »r« undT value, especially as Ollvn
street Is to be Widened and paved from
rifth to ric*.
The following «r« excellent buyt:
Pouthwent corner Fifth and Olive, 90x180.
Went sM« Olive, between Fifth md Sixth
streets, 100x168; small rent.
Southeast corner Ollvn nnd Sixth streets;
ISO feet on Olive by 133 feet on Sixth.
Jo feet on west aldo Olive, between Seventh
tOx!6S, with 90-foot running to Eighth
street, on east side Olive, between Seventh
WEST SIXTH STIIEET
116,000 cajh will handle deal, balance at 6
West Fifth street. Just west of Olive; 60
feet frontage; $25,000.
East Fifth street, near Los Angeles; three-
story brick building; $52,600; pays good In-
We have tho best buy in the block bo-
tween Seventh and Eighth.
ROBERT MARSH A CO.,
1 Suite 303, H. W. Hellman Bldg.
FOR SALE B\—
828-329 BRADBURY BLDO.
A MAIN STREET CORNER 86^x130.
IT IS IMPROVED AND BRINGS IN AN
INCOME OF $60 PER MONTH.
AVAILABLE CORNEIIS ON MAIN
STIIEET ARE DECIDEDLY FEW. .WE
CAN r DELIVER THIS LARGE FRONT-
AGE AT $1«,000. NORTH OF ADAMS
members l. a. realty board.
raroain of sixth street,
bargain of sixth street.
A lot 65x130 near 6th and Olive ets., the
best buy In this section, near the heart of
business; will pay largo Interest on invest-
ment, If Improved; large Improvements (ire
under way In this vicinity; way under value
of any property in tho same block; If you
are Interested In 6th st. property this will
Interest you; large profit can be mado In
the next 60 days. WATCH SIXTH ST.
C. J. HEYLER CO..
Sole Agents. 310-11-12 Bryson Blk.
• :■ ['' WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT «; SMITH.
Central aye, ror. 8th.......! $1«.000
Gran.l aye., "on the hill" 11,500
West 10th (Incomei 10.000
Fremont aye. (80x155) 6,500
» BASSETT & SMITH,
202V4 So. Broadway. Rooms 207-8.
$10,000— A LARGE CORNER, ALISO AND AN-
derson; fine 'for warehouse! when new Salt
Lake Freight Depot is built.
$22,600-90 ft., San Pedro near 6th.
$14,000—40 ft., San Pedro; good Income.
$I,Bso— Best lot In Weatlake for the price;
$14,000-35 ft., E. 7th; also have a very fine
629-631 Laughlln Bldg.
WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITES, LO-
CATIONS FOR OTHER INDUSTRIAL
PURPOSES CAN HE HAD AT REASON-
ABLE PRICES; ALL SIZES FROM 50-FOOT
LOTS TO ACREAOE; WITH OR WITHOUT
SWITCHES. THIS CLASS OF PROPERTY
IS MY SPECIALTY, AND IT IS NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW WHAT 1 HAVE TO
OFFER. . THOMAS H. HASTINGS.
1103 BRALY BLDO.
N. W. CORNER OF MAPLE AYE. AND
*TH ST.. TWO-RTORY BRICK BUILDING;
CLOSE' TO MAIN ST.; BARGAIN.
W. M. GARLAND & CO.,
• 824 HUNTINGTON BLDO.
FOR SALE- f.1500; A ItlG SNAP. ~*
35x95 feet, upon the hill, only a few
blocks from Angel's Flight: line for apart-
ment or rooming house; also other larger
A. W. ROSS, 430 Bradbury Kldg. 1..A.U.11.
FOR SALE-«xlOO FEET TO ALLEY. B~E.
corner 4th and Towno Avo. Only 6 minutes
walk from Angelus hotel. In the heart of
the Industrial center of thn city. $18,500.
BLACK BROS., Sole Agents, 905-6 Braly
Bldg. L. A. It. H.
FOR SALE-TEN-ROOM HOUSE AND 47
lots on La- Jolla Beach, $5500; can he re-
tailed for $11,00 i); must sell at once; hand-
somest beach In Southern California; com-
mission paid. P. MAXWELL. 1328 F St.,
Wagons and Vehicles
FOR BALE-FINE SURREY. OOOD AS NEW,
cost $200, sell for $76. For Information phone
WEST 1238. j_
FOR SALE-LUMHEIt" CHEAP, BTAHLB
plank only $13.00 per thouHaiv!. Hoards, $14.50
per thousand. Good lHdwood fencing, $13.00
per thouaand. I*ot of llooring, $22.00 per
thousand. Lot of new porch columns, $1.00
each. Rustic, $72.00 per thouaand. Redwood
celling, $20.00 per thousand. No. 1 redwood
boards, 13 to 20 feet long, $3).00 per thousand.
Shorter lengths, $10.00 per thousand. Uood
redwood poalu, 10 and 15 eta. each. <
WHITING'S, 'Jth and Maple.
WALTER UHOU, ejl SOUTH BI'UINU—
Palm houses, >et glusa carry largest stock
nf burlaps, especially for wall purposes; can
be repainted or retlnted; "H-ln. (not 72-ln.)
heavy natural burlap, Sue; Baultas, new wall
cover for kitchen and bath, 25c yard; 7 ft.
shades, 250; good paper und border for lil-ft.
room, $1; beit paint, SI. SO gal.; barn and
roof, Dvo; shingle stain, 76c; moldings, 2u
riANOB-ALL YOU NEED TO PAY US 18 »
when you (elect your piano, than $• monthly.
We won't chargo you any Internal. We
positively Huurii'iteo (ho » rle« ws auk to
b» the hams »• ssked In Nsw York, Boston
or - Chicago. Rtmembar th« old bout* oi
KITZUIiiIALD, when you uvunt * good
pUiiu. IK ri. Spring stiKnt.
YOU HALK — NtJW AND UttUUND-HAND
billiard and pool tables. Bar flxturea of
sll kinds; «aay payments. Bend for cat*,
DXX CO.. DIP H. Broadway.
FOR. BALE-DO YOU WANT PAINTT WB
tiave (he very hr»t at th« lowest prices.
WtirnNQ'B. '»lh unil Maple.
NO SUMMER VACATION
nut Militants 1 vacation msdc up. Wf*ln nnw nnd s^t ri>mljr tnr active service by
fsrly fall. Oooil positions anil budlnrss openings wnltlnK. Nsw catnlodr.
Call. Wrlto. Fhonf. _—^ y » m, -^
mmt 809 S. Hill St. ftn m (^^J'M^^tM/T^/
V.. K. ISAACS, VtP*. ~^U^oiH/fC€a/e^\-^/
&jMsr Jno. BUfiINKSS COLLKOB. sn«
WA^Kf w - Heventh. nomitlful horn«
fJp-xUf surrounding!', iloy nrni evrnln*
" nf.fifljrrn. Call, writs, phono.
F. nnowNsnKitilun, BustaMS Manager.
BUSINESS OOM.BtJIt tS A BAPS AND B»<
MAM.IS (SCHOOL. Ntrtt swslons. Jll W. SU,
.. SOUTHERN CAI/rORAf/A «-
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
IWJ OIfANO *>\ft. LOS ANOCLEi, CAL.
FOR BALIS —
AN ABUNDANCE OF WATBR.
AT PRICES HANOINO FROM
$20n TO $301) AN ACRE.
TEN MILES FROM LOS ANOELES ON
PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
a. M. PURCELL,
SIS SOUTH HILL, STREET.
plenty of pure artesian wuter to Irrigate,
piped en land; no charge for water. Soil as
rich as Cal. affords. This Is extra choice
and nt a bargain. Must see it to appreciate
It, at $250 per aero.
ROBS & IJNDSBY,
.114 H. W. Hellman Bid*.
Thoncs— Home 7002; Sunset Main 4828.
180 ACRES IN WHEAT.
$15 rnsli r^r arm liuyn II this wreh.
WESTKRN rnl.iiNr/ATION & INVEST-
811 H. \V. Hollman Bldg.
FOR HALK— S3IOO; AT AI.TADKNW ; FIVK
ncrrs, niustly in licrrlos anil assortnl
frulta; six-room housp, linrn, etc. A «nlco
littln plncc. 1,. M. PRATT, COS Laußhlin
■ Building. "Authority on Altadena."
FOR SALI3— THE SALT LAKE ROAD IS
now running. For city lots at La« Vegas, alsp
acreage In tho Muddy and Yogas valleys, see
J. F. McriIERSON, 40.1 Stlmson Block, cor.
Third and Spring; a commissioner tor Nevada
JSOO-40 ACRICS. LAS VEOA3, NEV;. $100
cash; buy now. C. SIDDAI.L, 300 Copp TiUlg.
FOR BALES— Furniture at a sacrifice. Tho
goods must bo. Hewing rockers $1.00; chairs
liOc, iron beds $2.50, sanltury couches $4.76,
solid oak ih-OHscrs, French glass only *'.(.50.
stands $1.00. $18.00 Princess dresser for $15.00,
IS piece toilet sets $1.75. lace curtains 55c
pair, portieres $2.00, a ft. extension tables
J5.00, 52 piece dinner nets $4.50, knives and
forks 75c Ket. If there. Is anything you
need it will pay you to liny now. J. M.
OVERELL, (52-631 S. Main St.
Iteal Furniture Bargains,
don't fall to attend
the Special Furniture Sale
now going on
at 968 South Broadway.
75 Iron Beds from 52.50 up.
CO clesant Dressers from $5.50 up.
Also big bnrgalns
In Dlnlnc nnd Kitchen Furniture
at 958 SOUTH BROADWAY.
I HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LIST OP
orango urovos In the state. If Interested,
. nee 1.. M. PRATT. 60S Lnughlin Building.
erty worth from Wono to $300,000, to exchange
for Southern t'ullfornla residences, ranches
or Income property.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
(iround Floor. 218 W. 3d at.
FOR ExTThTvNOE— 11600; 100 ACREif DKMR-
ahle lan.l. Improved, In San Luis Oblspo
county, free anil clear! will put in cash dif-
ference fur homo worth about $3000.
10 lots at fiouth Hollywood on Colo<srov«
line, $3500. encumbrance $1100; for ranch or
other prnporty rlear.
$5000— piicumbranoo $2700; new 8-room house
for small ranch, clem.
WM. N. HOI.WAY, 220 Ornnt Hlrlg.
FOR EXCHANGE— WANTED, A LOPGINO
holme, $2Soii, mortgiigo 41100. New 5-room
qpttage for a rooming house, clear, west of
Main, icasonnbly clone In, must bo good
lliO acres, JllO, Improved, clear, In San
Luis Obispo county, for house In Los An-
geles ami a.-sume difference. WM. N.
HOLWAY, Broker, 220 Urant Bldg. Homo
WE HAVE 60 OR 120 ACRES TO LKASE,
TARTLY IN ALFALFA; I'I.HNTY OF
WATHII: <iOOI) HOI'SH AND UARN.
I'AHTY MUST IIAVH $500 CASH. TKAMS,
WAISON AND lIAItNEKS; DIVIDE EQUAL-
I.V. CALL AFTER MONDAY.
n. E IBRETSON & CO.,
PHONE !««. 3I« TKUST BUILDING.
TOK EXCHANI3K-BY BEN WHITJS.
!00 rullcliH!). $>00 to $150,000.
1M) houses and lots, liluuO to $50,000.
100 ctungit anil lemou «rovn, $a)ixi to tloo..
6000 miscellaneous propertlen. To bur. sell
«r trad* property go to BEN WHITE). KM
llrj-Kon Dlock. Z.I and Spring ttrem.
FOR EXCHANOE-20-ROOM AI'ARTM KNT
houtie for alfalfa raiuli or Walnut grove or
smaller property In tho city, vacant or Im-
proved. I'nrty renting It makes a good thing
out of It subletting It in apartments. See
OWNER, at 411 Chamber of Commerce IlMg.
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE ycUK PROPER-
ty, any locution. Largs list to select from.
MAXOW HBALTY CO.. 114-118 Btlmson Bldg.
MSN WHITE WILL EXCHANUS YOUH
propei t/. (08 IiHV.SON BLOCK. Second and
»ial"» .1. M-mh,.- I. A Hi-alfV Flo»r-t
WALTEIt BROS., 6ZI SOUTH SI'HINO—
Sunltas wall cover, 25a yard; washable !■«-
Peru, z."n; loll; elßewhere 35u to 45c; c°ori
border and paper for 18- ft. room, $1; equaled
nowhere In the IT. B. ; all papers, latest tap-
CBtry, two tones and burlap effects, at lowest
cunh price; lust paint. $1.50 gal.; shingle
•tain, 75c; barn and root paint, 90o; 7-tt.
sliudi'H, '&a and jfto; molding, 8u ft.; freight
paid on out-of-town orders over $1 If this
paper Is mentlontd.
DELICACY AND,RESTAURANT FOR BALK.
Pries $4(W; loieted W. 12th «t.; living-rooms;
rent $3.1 month. Has liu.lueßs Opportunity
Dept., JONES & UYDER LAND -CU., 218
W. Third. "^
FOX SALD-UHV UOODS BTORK.
I'lica $16,000; fine fixtures, up-to-date stork,
dolnic lur«e protltable wh bu»lntns. tiea
Bunln»« Opportunity Dept., JONES &
i!Vl)i:u LAND CO.. 218 \Y. ThlrU st.
**OR BALK— R KAL UMTATIO BUBINERB AND
ofllos furniture, chvap. Fur particulars call
at 411 UUAMIiUit OK COMMBKCB BWii. j
LOS ANGELES HERALD. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL n, 1905.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
MONDAY, At'tUl. II), 1(105,
W. V. Wenk nnd It. !,. Wenk to John fl.
SlonotnHtl-lot I), lilnek .t, West f>. A $10
T. (1. * T. f\i. to Mnrrln If iirwllis— f rf>t<i II
and 41, f'ntkln«' flmnroß. Hlre-ft (met Jl'>
IIiin(ln(?ton Ijiiicl ft Improvement Co. to
.Trweph |» Adnmn-lxit 2.1, block 11, McKlntny
it. W. K. OrllTltli. Prl«rllla A. (lillTllli ami
Mary O. Osmund to Union Tnmt Co. of 1,. A.—
Lot 7 nnd pint of lot 8, block n, Itajmond lm
pinvement rompany'n tra<-t No. I $10
A KiifH I, J1pr1)o fl.nrl ( Jporno E. FJooho to
William H. Yant and Alvlra H. Vant— Part
of lot », lil. uli 12, iiiiiih KiibillvlHlun 110
W. S. liryant ond 1.. H. Iliyant to .Icnnle
H. Hateman-Lotn HI) and TO, I'ardee trart,...llO
Edward 1.. Hurftoln nml (liacn F. Ilurßoln
to Annlo Kllllnn-I.ut 2.'. nnd part of lot 21,
(Innlon & lluMianrii South Park tract Ill)
r-irlne Warrhowin anil Uand Co. to ,t. H.
Ifutchlnii— l*it 3, block n, Moreno Vlnoyanl
F. H. ltownn to Benjamin V. Annstnd nnd
Allnn T). Ilutt— T.ot 14. HiiKlnenn Center tract. »lO
Kiilherlno Knndliam to Delia Hums— Lot IS,
block 3 Vlgnes tract J2!WO
Henry L. Cnnswell and Amy U Coruwbll to
Hnrnh A. Ingllnn— Lot 10, block 1, Mailman &
Shatlo's Miliillvlalnn ?10
Wenlcy Clark, H. P. Ilryan, KnrHh 3. Clark
nnd OeorKla Hryan to 11. U Smith— Pnil of lots
6 and 7, Clark & Urynn's Wcntmoicland
Margaret 13. Hobba to E. It. Layne— Lot IS,
Kay'n tract JIO
Land Improvement Asßiiclntlon to V. W.
Htenrn» and A. J. Hatcman— lxitx 17 and IS,
hlmk 131. AlanMtOfl llearh Townslte Jll)
I"ianel!-co Kills nnd l''rnnclßra Serrano de Bnlz
to P. A. Kuve nnd VVIIIIa-n KtcwanlHon-Ix)t 24.
block 20. Drooklyn tract ?CW
Amy V, HcckiiiKxalo to O. M. HurllnKame—
I-ot 10, Woodworth & Ueardslcy'i subdivi
.1. Shelley Meyer and I^iicy rtlder Meyer to
Harry Kdson Dillon-Lot in, Ilnrrls & Dillon
Elizabeth CblleH Wblto nnd Joscphua Whllo
to Liiclmla Wood»-Lot W3, C. A. Hmlth'ii .Id
Liila N. tllnton to Albert K. Whltehead and
Charlotto Ladd-liOt 42, block A, Kntwlstle
OeorKe C. C.nlnnley nnd I.yda W. (ialnnley to
Abrnham Ilnrwltz-rart of lot 6, block 10,
Ij. A. llomeKteail tract $10
I/<ah Dreyfuß, J. de. Harth Shorb and Loulce
0. Shorb to C. H. Vnn Every— All Interest In
part illrlHlon 4, partition of I'aHadena Park
tract, part dlv Man Ni» 3 of partition of snld
I'anadena Park tract $10
.Timna L. I^izznievich (known a« .Timntta L,
l.azzaravlch) to William J. Mlllen— lxita 12 and
13, block Id, Porter Uind. and Water company's
remirvey of San Fernando $S0
Iliipsell C, Carter and I.uclnda A. Carter
to Mary H. Reed-Lot 13. block 17, Hermosa
O. Lavncnlno nnd Mnry Lorena I*avagnlno
to If. J. Stockwell— Lot 6. block 3, division No.
1, Raymond Improvement company's tract.. s."iuO
T«iira E. Keener to Julia I. Leonard-Lot 6,
block A, ItlKKins Brothers' subdivision.. ..slo
Mary M. Shaw, Kdlth A. Hamilton and
James F. Hamilton to John D. Barrle— Part of
lots 8 and P, subdivision of property of Mrs.
M. M. Shaw; part of lots 7, 8 and 9 of sub
division of property of Mrs. M. M. Shaw. ...slo
Tony Capnsso and Carmmel Capasso to Frank
Sllva-Lot 32H, Alexandra Wclll tract $10
Wlllowbrook company to Frank Hardesty and
Jennlo E; Hardesty— Lots IC3 and 104, Willow
Same to Cyrus M. Armstrong-Lots 161 and
162. same $10
Albert S. W. Timmons and Kllza B. Tlm
mona to Mrs. Minnie Kahl— Lot 31, Hodirn
George Slbley nnd 1/iurlla I. Slhley to. Grace
M. Lea— tx>t B, block 1, Country club tract.. slo
T. E. Hatch and Kloulne C. Hatch to Stanley
U. I.lKhlhraly— Lots 26 and 2S, block 3. Hawk
eye tract No. 2 $10
Matthew Moss nnd Minnie t>. Moss to John
5. Adams and Harland G. Adams— Part of lot
24. Pico Homestend tract $10
Manhattan Hench Co. to Oeorse F. Burton—
Lot IP., blork 11, Manhattan Beach $10
Ralph Rnj-ers to William XI. Roney— Lots R.
B, 21 and 22, block J, Bryxon Villa tract. ...s7(lo
Uosetta 11. Davidson anil Q, Aubrey Davidson
to Mrs. Marlon F. Wells— Part of lot 71), Kills
Theora M Jones and William W. Jones to
Mrs. Mary F.. Helvey-Lota 11, 12 and 13, H. M.
Johnston subdlvliilon of block 3X East L. A. .510
Ceorge O. Oreen and Angln L, Dreen to
Kleonora L. Schmltz— Lot 17, Oreen subdivision
of portion of Crogan tract $2200
Mnry C. cimyslnn nn<l n. H. B. Oraypton
to Belle O. Black— l/Ot 4R, Angelus Vlsla
Brearley Investment Co. to Marlon M. Nor
ton—lxit 7. block 4, Brearley & Slnsabaugh
Samuel Barlow and Martha Barlow to James
L. McDonald-Lot 46, Metropolitan tract. ,.s4M
John R. Spurlln and I^enora M. Spurlln to
Clifton Axtell-lxit IS3. block C, Meade &
Dnlton tract $10
W. E. Emerson nnd Kathleen M. Emerson
to S. W. Baker-I-ot W, block 15, Brooklyn
tract * w
S. H. nighy nnd T. M. C. Blgby to Ran
nells Land Co.— Part of lot 7, block 7, Berkeley
I'ncinc Lnnrt Improvement Co. to Frank R.
ralomores and Concepclon T. Pulomares-Lot
6, block 101, Lordsbiirg 57"
3 H. Howard and Honrletta D. Howard to
K. 75. Mlll.ken— lx>t 2, block 3. Moulton's ad
Orand View Cemetery Assn. to A. P. Scho
flelrt-Lot 42. block B. Ornnd View Cem $40
Christina Plerson to and from Frank K.
Plerson— Agreement to separate : second parly
conveys to first pnrty all Interest In lot 14.
Francesca trnct, and other property owned
by her, second party conveys to Hist pnrty
lot 18, hlock A, Hnmmells subdivision, and
any other property heretofore acquired ....
Prank B. Harbert, Emma C. Harhert and E.
S Bulterwnrth to Owen E. Graham and Re
hecca C. Graham— Lot 14. Herbert & Butter
worths Cumberland trnct $1"
Mlllard F. Dillon to Harah Dillon— Undivided
ii Interest of lot 8, Culvers Roxbury Park. .slo
"Same to same-Lot 0, block I), Harvard
Heights trnct $1"
B. F. ('on way and Anna M. Comvay to S. A.
Johnston— Lots 37 2"! 311 40 41 and 42, National
Villa tract $10
Anna M. Spence, executrix of e»tnto of K. P.
Spence, deceased, and Anna M. Spence. Indi
vidually, to Fred r>nhn— Lot 3. block 9, Work
maiiß subdivision of part Matthew & Picked
0, Albert Rockwell and Hilda E. Rockwell
to Edwin W. Pnsr-oo— I^ot 4, blcck 19, C. V.
Hnll tract $1"
Ellmibeth Sehwall to Jucob Kehwnll— Part
lot 83, Ro Rodio Inn Aquns lr.
Santa Monica l.und & Water Co, to Ijiiils
Q. oiivur»B-l.ot 4. block 3. Artesian tract $0W
B. O. Kendall and Itelle R Kendall to PasK
dena Investment Co — r.ot 10. Reynolds tit $10
George W. Howe anil Kate Howe to Robert
S. Byeis— l/>t 14. Oxfords & I.andrcths suh $10
Henry West Hughes and W. I). Woolwlne
to U A. Ry. Co.— Rlßht of way for street
rnllrtnd, a slrlp of land being part lots 20 31
and 23, Hunter Highland View tract $10
Clifton Axtell and llpuluh V. Axtell to A.
S. Haneman-Lnt 153, hlock C. Meade & Dalton
Callfiirnla Bunk to l'cdro Salz-Lot 5, Bl»
soIIh subdivision $10
I^igun (I. Maxwell and 0, J. Maxwell to
0. W. Lehman-Part lot S, blk 22, Park tr $498
Edmoml W. Cmey nnd Catherine Casey to
John K. Wheeler unil Caroline Wheeler-Lot
28. Clays subdivision of block 20. Sun Pedro $10
Wesley dark, 10. P. Hi-yiui, Surah J. Clack
and Georgia Hryan to Fred A. Hlnes-Lot 3,
Clark & Bryans West.-norelund tract $10
A. W. Forrenter anil M. Ella Forrealer to
Rena Bell Martin and Michael A. Martin-Lots
19 and 20, hlock 13, Adums St. Arlington
Heights tract $10
Same to Liitini A. Alderman— Lot 21, block
13, name tract $ln
W. S. Haney and Mrs. W. S. Huney to Mary
E. TurrM-Pt lot 29, Northeant l'omona tr $5000
Jane A. Ilatzurd to Fred A. Haizard— Part
lot 8, (luiin & Hazznrds plat of Cullen tract $1
J. A. Morlan to James M. Morlan-Part lot
5. block 36, 11. S 13000
Anna M. Spence. executrix of estata of K.
F. Spence, deceased, and Anna M. Kpence,
Individually, to Frederick Ernest Handel— Lot
33. Spruces addition to Huyle Helghtß $300
Mary A. Stephens and Andrew Stephens tn
Richard Wllnon-Lot l'\ block 63. Santa Mon
Hanta Moulin ljind & Water Co. to Abram
Palnur-Lot 7. block 28, Artesian tract »;is.->
Walter C. Short and Adda It. Short to Wll
lliiiii 11. WaldHChmidt-Lot 3, block 11, (Sur
K. 11. Plulvtrldge and Ida I'lHlutrldge to P. H
Oraver-Lot 1«, Oowlwln tract $2300
Clllberl F. Stuvennon and Carrl* V. Btovenson
to John C.ullus-I.nm 1 and 3, block B, North
Kan Pedro tract No. 2 $w
O. K. Hopperstead to Chjerslliie M. Hopper
■tead-Part block K. Morris Vineyard sub
division; lot 21, Klnney tract; lot «8. Wm.
Lacys addition to K. I* A. ; lot 23, block I-:,
Morris Vineyard tract .........,..jw
tIMUMMMIfcI IMlllMill'll MilliniWlllMfcrMmil IMl^n > i. .■!■■■ n' i CM
.Tivw.r>hln« S. mil and Chus. Victor Hall to
Pnr.ih B, .rnsir.hn.i-T.fitn lit nilrl IK, block 11,
llermnnA tl<-n<H Ill)
<l"n. It. reck and Olive M. Teek to Alma
.Tr,hn«on— lV>t« « and 7, block «, reeks Grand
Vl»w tract $500
T. I. & T. Co. to Wlillum P. Rchuster— Lot
Ml, Ontral Avi«. Home trnot No. 1 $10
Snmii'l HndMon «nd Kllsaheth A. !Inrt««on
to fi. C. Felt-r»rt Farm lot (M, Alamltnn
France* Marlon De Tauw to JHorene* He
Tniiw tff>i!mn.n-Pivrt of lot* 1 and 2. H. .t.
Holme* 1 mihdlvlnlon $lfl
'V . ft. f "oohrfln, Adtflltit^t rrt t r>r of t# of
S. tl. Hunt, derciund, to Mary It. llßlnrß-I.nt
IS, blnck (I. Ivnnhoe |2S
ChlirlM MoQulKtnn to Thomas Cook— l<ot 141,
WleirnriAniwii flonlh Knrf trart »Iffl
.T. O. Mall to W. O. Orlffltli— Part of lot
I, hlock (14, Pomnnn 110
11.-nry A. Porklnn to Irfna B. Perklnn— Lot 1,
hlock 4, subdivision No. 1, Dnlgevlll* $lfl
Rniita Monica Land and Water company to
MnbH K. Crossen-Lotii 25 and 2«, block 41,
Artesian tract $275
Tula Itftlmead and n. B. Hulsteiiii to .toa*|>h
Imhr and Kmmn Lohr, Joint tenants— Part of
Kenwnrthy'n replnt. 1960
Ilohrrt Hodirklnii to ChHfl«« U Waterman—
I/ot SO, hlnck », Howes trsct 110
M. .1. Slinul and It. A. Hlmnl to 10101-ie M.
Fnot«— Lot 4, block 3, Atlantic. Avenno
Continental tliilidlnff and txmn Association
t« Kdiah Tf. Thatcher— l/ot 23, hlock 7, Howes
Mutual nenlty enmpany to Mra. B. 1.. N.
Ileverly-tot Ml, Interurhan tract $100
Hntne to y. (I. A. 11. Bergman— ljols 832 nnd
3.15. Tntertirhun tract $4<W
John (•• Wnlker to Kllia J. Howard— Ijrtt 11.
Hl«h School tract 110
Mlaa Jeasle Hmlley to Adeialdn Tlchenor—
Lnt a, block 2. Alsmlto* tleaih Townslte....slo
Miss H. ,r, Fletcher to Mrs. Wobhena Kilna.
huh Mnnmiii (nee Vln«er)-rart of lot 1, blork
■a. Lnnß Tteneh l<o
Jotephln* lluchannn Itrtinawlrk to U. B,
Buchanan— Lnt 21, block 11, Mnrtln tract..»SiV><l
Knte K. Church and J, F. Church to John
Hnrrlx Tionnc-Lots 3 and 4, tl. A. Swartwout's
11. (). Krndnll Hnd Hello n. Kendall to Msry
E. Insiee-l'nrt of lot It nnd all of lot 9.
Rr>ynolrin tract »I ft
Cyrenlus A. Newcnmh nnd Mnry Hharpe.
Nnwcnnih to Anna M. Hnnnlster-Lotfi 2D, ii.
33. SI ami r.2, Pniniinl Strnllnn's auhillvlnlnn..slo
llHnnnh B. Shnw and V. Hi «lm\v to Edwin
Ralph— Lnt 17. blnck X, Ocenn I'ark Villa
P. 15. nerry to Henry M. Steams— Agree
ment to convey lot 14. block 4, Central Home
Oco. 11. linrker and Marlon S. Hnrkor to H.
W. Hnlslnprer— Hlnck C, dlen Itosa »1"
fiolden State Realty Co. to Ludlo .1. nalllff
-Lots 47 nnd 4«, Watta Junction tract ....$lO
Mutual Itealty Co. to C. llurahlelle— Lota M
and Ml. Inter-Urban tract t2'W
Same to John F. Ollhooly-Ixita 348 nnd 349,
same tract 1 $200
Hnme to John H. Menslng-Iyits «7 6S nnd
fill, name trnct W3
M. J. Hrownell to Jam's n. Ileymert-Ixita
2T and 2S, block 47. Long Heach $1000
Mra. .Teannn Lcwcnberß to A. O. Strain nnd
F. O, C.HBH-iMt 23, block 8, and lot 23, block
10, nrnadncren $M>
CanMua n. Johnson and I/iulse A. Johnson
to Mra. Sellna M. Klnnoy-Lot 12, block C,
C. C, .lohnaona addition to Claremont $10
Christina I'lerson -o Frank Miller— lx)t 14.
Frnncescn trnct JlO
Grace V. Chambers to F. S. Forbes— rx>t !W. (
Hampton Terrace $10
Merchants Trust Co. of L. A. and Merchants
To. Co. of V. A.i trustee, to J. A. Mojonnler—
Lot K>. block 0, McCarthy Co.'s subdivision
of Moneta Aye. and FlKiioroa Pt. trnct ..$425
rnclflc. Imp. Co. to Milton B. Young— Lot 11.
block B, rnclflc Imp. trnct $2.",0
Mnry B. Dalton to Rllzabcth Fleming—AKrec
ment to convey lot 142, Dalton Orange Orovr
L. L. Llversldßo Hnd Ida Llversldßc to John
Mnrftan— rnrt lot 22, block 11, L. A. Imp. Co.'s
Cynthia L. Cnnßer tn A. W. Rollins— Lot 49,
Conßera Central Aye. trnct $10
Anna Wrlßht to William M. Wright— Lots
33 and 38, block C, H. N. Elliotts Ninth Street
Alexander Weiss to Albert Hanlman— Lot 4«,
Weiss tract No. 2 jm
Albert Unnlmnn to Mrs. Lena Schryer—
Lot 46, "Weiss tract No. 2 SlO
William A. Nimock to Oeoflrey M. Pnrcell—
Lnt 10, block 21. San Oahrlel JIO
Frederick firasa nnd Delia Orass to Leonn
Molnny— lxits 20 and 21, block E, Adams Street
Florence . M. Wardnll to C. F. Martin and
J. W. Mnrtln— Lots a and 10, block 80, Ar
T. a. & T. Co. to There™ Yon Breton— Lots
31 and 33. block 12, South Woodlnwn $10
T. O. & T. Co. to Louise Ortlelb— Lot 32.
block 11, South Woodlawn JlO
N. P. Cam|J>ell to William Hayes— Lot 71,
Record's subdivision of west <4 of lot 7.
block 74. H. R „ ....$lO
Equitable Trust nnd Improvement compnny
to .1. P. Homnn— l^ots 23 nnd 2H, South Ar
Annie E. Uoso to H. Michel-Tract beginning
south 30 degrees 24 minutes oast and 20 feet
distant from point In south line of IBS.IB-aero
tract In no La Bnllona allotted to Rafnel
Edwin Cuwston and Kdlth M. Cawston to
.loso de Ollvares-Ijit R. Kdwln Cawston trnct
No. 3 $10
Alice Hudson to same— Lots 1, 2 and 3.
Alice Hudson's tract $10
Union Trust and Realty Co, to Rimer 11.
Paylea— Lot 74 Robert Marsh's Central Avenue
Anna M. .Spence, executrix or estate of B. F.
Spence, deceased, and Anna M. Spence Ind.
to H. Arnold— Tart of lnt S. block n, Work
man's subdivision of Matthews & Flckett
I. W. Trfirrt and Julia R. Lord to Phllo L.
Llndlfsy— Lot 9, hlnck 3, Harvey tract $10
O. W. Colton and Myrtle Colton to Del Itoy
Co.— Part of Ro La Ballona |10
Charles A. Talt and Alrthea L. Talt to
I,ydla M. SleUer— fart of lot 22, block 11. C.
V. Hall tract ; $10(10
T. I. ft T. CV>. to John W. Ciratz— Lot 67.
Otis n. Hill's Independence tract $400
Thnma« F. nixhy and Julia H. Rlxby to Mrs.
Caroline F. Scott-Lot 70, Florence. Villa
Patrick Harnett, Juan Cshallerla and Joseph
and B. Rot's 'subdivision $10
Jnhn Tt. Denny and Sarah F. Denny to W.
A. Boudmant-Lots 417 and 410. Ford's Temple
Street addition $10
Oeorge K. Adams and Klenora M. Adams to
Alice Vlodek nnd Alexander Vlodek— Pnrt of
land conveyed to 1. H. Pivstnn byi Frank M.
Davis nnd wife by deed IWi-307 $.100
Rebecca M. Hallowell and Julia M. French
to Rnsetta B. Olbson-I.ot 4, block 72. Manhat
tan Beach $10
L. A. Realty Syndicate to Walter I>. Walsh
—Lot 22. block N, Dayton Heights tract. ...?lo
Kuperlntendent Rnckus yesterday Issued
building permits as follows:
Allison street, 14W-J. w. Richardson, owner;
F. H. nemilne, builder; one-story, two-room,
frame residence, $123.
Avenuo Twenty. 214 North-Mrs. A. Sher
man, owner; J. V. Granule, builder; ono-story
frame- residence; $800.
Adalr street, 3817-T. M. Peddycord. owner
and builder; one-story, six-room, frame resi
Herendo street, between Pico and Sixteenth
Greets— Arnold & Dodge, owners and build
ers; one-story, six-room, frame residence; $2001).
Birer.do street, north of Sixteenth street-
Arnold & Liodge, owners and builders; one
story. Klx-room, frame residence; $2001.
Bcrciido street, between Pico ami Sixteenth
si i-eetß— Arnold & Dodge, owners mid build
ers; one-story, six-room, frame residence; $2HOO.
Beiondo street, between Pico nnd Sixteenth
streets— Arnold & Dodge, owners and build
cm; one-»tory, >lx-ruoin, frame residence; $2000.
Berendo street, between Pico and Sixteenth
streets— Arnold A Dodge, owners and build
ers; one-Htory, five-room, frame residence; 53fflkj.
Herendo street, between Pico and Sixteenth
streetn— Arnold & Dodge, owners und build
em: one-story, six-room, frame residence; $2000.
Breed street, 216 South-Maud Itehlenbeck,
owner; B. M. Hicks, builder; one-story, live
room, frame residence; $.VM.
Bond street, 1317— K. Bouton. owner: O. J.
Loiii-p, builder: two-story, eleven-room, frame
Crown street, south of Downey avenue—
C. O. Besler, owner; Waller Scott, bulldor;
four-room, frame residence; $400.
Draper street, 1861-0. W. O. Petterman,
owner: C. K. Roberts, builder; three-room,
frume residence; $90.
Forty-seventh street, between Wnodlawn av«
nuo and Main street— Mrs. C. Peppert. owner;
Mason & Palnmtier, builders; four-room, frame
Flfty-Hrst street, 1545 East— D. Men»les,
hvlut hihl builder; one-slory, two-room, frame
Fifty-seventh street, west of Ascot street—
O. F. Ashworth, owner end builder; four-room,
frame residence; $UM.
Urand avenue, 82S-829— J. R. Cooke, owner;
W. 11. Jones, builder; alterations to two-story
brick building; $87S.
Jefferson street, 1668 West— Mary J. Bailey,
owner; J. C. Bailey, builder; one-story, six
room, frame residence; $1600.
New Jerney street. 8010— R. F. Atkins, owner;
R. F. flrant, builder; one-story, six-room
frame residence, $1600.
Oregon street, west of Camillas street— Cora
l.viui, owner; H. I* Lyon, builder; two-room
flume residence, $100.
Pasadena avenue, 4112—11. Lopn. owner and
builder; one-story frame barn, $76.
|«ai-lt View street, 1027-Clark & Bryan,
cwnors; is. Hanxor, builder; alterations to
frame building, $jOO.
Hoxbury avenue. 2KSO— A. P. Rschlrch. owner;
James Kane, builder; one and a half-story,
eight-room frame residence, IISOU.
South Park avenue. 8430-A. C. lyag.ir.len.
owner, I< Crouch, LnilMir; one-stoiy frain*
Heventi-etith str«ei, 1731 KMt— Mrs. A. I.eon
ardt. owner; B. A. Calloway, builder; ou«
»tory frame residence, $:)00.
■tbirty-Btlh street. «57 West-c. K. . Row
HINTS BY MAY MANTON
Child's Yoke Dress 4997
TO BE MADR WITH On WITHOUT
THE FANCY COLLAR AND WITH
HIGH OR SQUAHE NECK.
Simple frocks are always best for
spring and summer time, however much
more elaborate ones mny be liked for
colder weather. Here is an attractive
little model which is well adapted to all
washable fabrics but is not confined to
them as it can also be used for cash
mere, albatross and the like, and allows
a choice of being made with or without
the fancy collar and with high neck or
cut to form a hollow square. Tho
model Is made of Persian lawn rendered
dressy and attractive by use of the
collnr and trimming of embroidery, but
the small view will show how prac
tical and simple the. frock becomes
when these are omitted and how well
adapted to the plainer, sturdier ma
terials of play hours.
The frock is made with the yoke and
skirt portions which are seamed to
gether, and this last can either be
hemmed or finished with the frill as
may be liked. The fancy collar is
separate and Is arranged over the
whole, the two being closed at the back.
The sleeves are the favorite full ones,
finished with deep cuffs.
The quantity of material required for the
medium Bias (4 years) Is 3V4 yards 27, 8 yards
32 or 2% yards 44 Inches wide, with 3'A yards
nf wide embroidery. 2 yards of narrow, nnd 6V6
ynrds of Insertion to trim as illustrated.
The pattern 4007 Is cut In sizes for children
of 2. 4 and 6 yearß of age.
: ■ !
♦ PATTERN NO. 4997. . .
• 'Size •'
J [Name j J
i i ••
, .Address *,
II ■ • 4
A paper pattern of this garment can be ob
tained by filling in above order and directing
It to The Herald's pattern deportment. It will
be rent post paid, wltnin ten days, on receipt
of ten cents. _^___
llnn«. owner and builder; six-room frame
Tarleton street, I«in— S. Orny, owner and
builder; two-room frame residence, $ISO.
Thirty-seventh street, 1254 West— C. .F.
Wlnget, owner nnd builder; one-story, six
room frame reaidence, JI7OO.
Thlrty-Foventh street. 193 West— Charles T.
Burner, owner: W. C. Liefer, builder: one
story, five-room frame residence. $075.
Thirty-ninth street, 140 Wrst— t'lrlc Allen,
owner; Mr. SSlegler, builder; one-slory frame
Thirty-eighth street. 1035 West-Mary A.
Russell, owner; r>. W. Perry, builder: one
story, three-room frame building. $«0.
Twenty-fifth ntreet. 620-622 Kast-W. R-
Greloek, owner; M. Vnn Hunhklrk. builder;
one-story, foOlr-room frame resilience, $!KM.
Van Nc«s avenup, 1814— O. M. Ekman, owner
and builder; one and a half-story, seven-room
frame residence, $250i>.
Washington street, 1331 West— Pearl Pearson,
owner; Halnea & Wilkinson, builders: one
story, five-room frame residence, $1000.
San Pedro Shipping
SAN PEDRO, April 10—
Steamer Brooklyn, Bowen'a Landing.
Schooner Sadie. Umpqua.
Steamer Centralln, Oray's Harbor.
Schooner Lucy. Umpqua.
Steamer Samoa. Caspar.
Schooner Muhukima, Portland.
Ship Bangalore, l'hlladi'lpliiu.
VESSELS IN PORT
Barkentlno Holllswood, San Francleco.
Schooner Snow & Burgess, Ludlow.
Schooner Prosper, Ballard.
Sc.iooner Ilangor, Gray's Harbor.
Pchoontr Honolpu, Portland.
Schooi.er Polaris, Everett.
Schooner O. J. Olson. Ballard.
Schoonur Nokoiti.b, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner James, A. Garlleld. Oray's Harbor.
Barkentlne Makawells, Mukilteo.
Steamer Shasta, Belllngham.
VISSSELS ON THE WAY.
Ship Plndos. Hamburg 8«
Ship Glenerlcht. Hamliurg 4'J
Schooner llobert H. Hind, Portland Ti
Schooner Susln Plummer. Everett 1U
Schooner Expansion, Ballard 18
Schooner Fen st Home, olympla 1«
Schooner Argus, Cray's Harbor 12
Schooners. T. Alexander, ilray's Harbor.... 11
Schooner Mildred. Wlllapa 11
Schooner J. A. Campbell, Columlila 11
Barkentlne K. Flieklnger, Portland S
Schooner (1. W. Watson, Portland 8
Schooner Meteor. Hadlock s
Schooner . I. M. folman. Kverett 7
Schooner llobert tiearles. Gray's Harbor 7
Schooner William Henton. Wlllapa 7
Schooner Novelty. San Francisco 7
Schooner It. W. Jlartlett. Oray's Harbor 7
Schooner Luzon. Portland 7
Schooner Bertha Uolheer, Kun ka 7
Barkentlne O. C. Perklna, Portland 6
Barkentlne James Johnson, Portland 4
Schooner I tomano. Gamble *
Schooner Carrie Dove, Oray's Harbor 4
Steamer Prentlss. Kureka 4
Steamer Roanoke. Portland 4
Steamer F. H. Leggett, Eureka 1
Steamer Kureka. Seattle 1
Schooner Americana, Portland.
Schooner Ethel Zane, Portland.
Barkentlne Hosper. Santa Rosa.
Schooner Salem. Ballard.
llarkentlno John C. Meyer, Everett.
Schooner Minnie A. Calne, Tacoma.
Schooner llorealis, Astoria.
Schooner Manila, Kverett.
Schooner Marconi, Ballard.
Steamer Harold Dollar, Seattle.
Schooner Ucnunce, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Er.e. Portland.
Schooner, Ludlow, Hadlock.
Steamer XMqullle lllver. Crescent City.
Steamer Marshfleld, Hardy Creek.
Schooner Mabel Cl'alo, I'uipqiia.
Steamer Nome City, Portland.
Schooner Klne Cyrus, Gray's Harbor.
nEDONDO, April 10—
Steamer Queen, ("apt, Alexander, from San
FninrlMO and piTts.
Steamer Benlta, «*apt. Preble, from Ban
Francisco via fort Harioril.
Steamer Queen, Cayt. Alexander, for San
Steamer Benlta, ("apt. freble, for Ban Pedro.
TO AItHIVH APRIL 11.
Steamer Norwood, Capt. Martin, from Seattle.
TO BAIL APRIL 18.
Schooner Commerce. Cunt. Meyers, (or Port
fIDCUO UIC I IDDDITfIDICQ tnadp by * leading periodical that Dr,
UltllU HlO LAtjUilA I UnltU. Pierce rrtaliot^d by instituting a unit
for $200,000.00 damages.
DOCTOR P.BRCB ASKS V.S.TORS TO 00 tI $ 0 S iSWSiSJK
THROUGH HIS BSTADLISHnBNT TO and a retraction wm printed in a tub*
SBB PROCESS OP MANUFACTURE, «s?s££. «,** ffi r,r ,i Bhment m
PROVES MEDICINES PUKE. $£?£&££} ™fl 3^3
—jfk a visit.
For the purpospof showing the purity A visit is worth while if only to wit«
and honesty of his medicines, the "Fa- ness the excellent methods by which
vorite Proscription" nnd the "Golden each applicant for aid, whether he be
Medical Discovery," Dr. R. V. Pierce correspondent or a patient at the hos-
has thrown open to public inspection pital, receives the «are of eminent
his laboratories nnd works in Buffalo, specialists in medicine and surgery.
At nny time during the day visitors When these things may be personally
are made welcome and shown through inspected it must be acknowledged by
the establishment by competent guides, even the most skeptical that the "patent
These guides explain the detailed medicine" businesses are not frauds
and scientific work of the skilled chem- but distinct advancements in medical
iHts and just how and of what the science,
modern "patent medicine" is made. « Woilr , 1 ,.g DisPENSAnT Mkdicai. Asso-
To every visitor is also explained the ciation, Buffalo, N. Y. ■
system by which every user of Doctor ■« gentlemen •
firrt' 88 m mm n n d i Ci r^^ C .LT'ai^i^ dU^ ' "Samples of Dr. Pierces Favorite Pre-
care from one or more specialists. gcr |ptlon obtained by me In this city,
Dr. 1 lerce was a member of Congress were found to contain no alcohol, opium
where he served with honor. He is a not dial-tali*. I remain,
splendid, specimen of manhood with "Yours truly,
a frank countenance, inspiring conn- (Signed) " Dr. EDWARD GUDEM AN,
dence, and great personal magnetism. " Chem Ist and Ch«rnical Xn B ineer,
For forty years Dr. Pierce has been Laboratory 704 Bialto Bld'j. £
actively engaged in the manufacture of in.
his prescriptions. His fully-equipped Wobt.d'B Dispensary Medical Asso-
laboratory has grown and expanded ciatiow, Buffalo, N. V.:
until now it is the largest and most Oenllemtn — Although I have never
complete one known. used a remedy of any kind, never having
Dr Piprcn's Riiccpsfl is r«ftl Thnrp is Deen slc « c > I can moBti conscientiously en-
a^aSfy^cr^kVrnd^h! t aWS
medicines, proving conclusively that position to make the endorsement, for the
they are not nostrums, but reliable reason that in my experience of, thirty- .
remedies for diseasep. one years in the drug business, I have
Specially educated for the medical sold tho remedies dally, and, while I
profession, he early supplemented his h ftV « h u e , ar , d them spoken of continually
-« MSES d^artSs 111 7n %&^^%^"c&*£t
search in its several departments. In T hftve m ] A mftny thousand duplicate
these specialties he has become an au- orders of Dr. Pierces Ooldnn Medical
thority and recognized leader. Many Discovery ,Dr. Plerco's Favorite Prescrip-
of his remedies hare been adopted and tion, Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets, Dr.
prescribed by leading physicians in Sage's Catarrh Remedy, and the other
"course has not
gtS? wIS a°wa= e g; SfaS » u Yt^^
and arousing comment. A man who The general reputation of Dr. R. V.
has the courage to break away from Pierce, President, Dr. Lee H. Smith. Vlce-
the narrow ethics of the medical pro- President, and Dr. V. Mott Pierce, Secre-
fession and advertise broadcast his tary of the Association, are known to me
t m o e be Ci a\ c s B ail°ed men "* " °™ me^nXi^tT^r P \^Xi
Thlsrauacks have been all met with great publlc truly
dignity by Dr. Pierce. It was only neh, McEACHREN,
when definite charges of fraud were 331 Vermont Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
VESSELS IN PORT
Schooner Commerce, Captain Meyers, from
Schooner Ensign, Capt. Asplund, ' from
Tug Rcdonrto, Captain Crockett, In port.
•1 VESSELS ON THE WAY
Schooner J. A. Campbell, from Columbia
Harkentlne Portland, from Port Townsend.
Schooner S. T. Alexander, from Columbia
Schooner Blakeley, at Port Blakelcy.
The schooner Ensign, Capt. Aaplunrt In com
mand, arrived Sunday afternoon with a cargo
nf (WI.OOO feet ot lumber for the Ganahl Lum-
The steamer Benlta arrived this evening
with a cargo of 36 tons of, grain.
The steamer Queen camff in tonight with a
cargo of 210 tons of merchandise.
San Francisco Shipping
SAN FRANCISCO, April 10.— Sailed: Steamer
Francis 11. Leggelt, for San fedro: steamer
ltoanoke, for San l'edro.
Arrived— Steamer Charles Nelson, from San
Pedro: steamer Bee, from San Pedro; steamer
City of Sydney, from Mazatian; steamer State
of California, from San Diego; steamer Coos
Day, Horn San Pedro.
COURT HOUSE NOTES
The board of supervisors yesterday
granted a retail liquor license to James
M. Gulley, who will open a saloon In
the Wewhall district.
Theft of Bicycle
George Johnson pleaded guilty yes
terday in Judge Smith's department of
the superior court to the theft of a
bicycle nnd he was sentenced to serve
one year In San Quentln.
Judge Wilbur in the superior court
yesterday committed Mrs. Mildred
Freebraln, the wife of a Utah Mormon,
to an asylum. From the testimony in
troduced It appears that the woman's
mother was an Inmate of an asylum in
Judge. Curtis D. Wilbur In the pro
bate court yesterday ordered the final
distribution of the estate of the late
Don Deßtnond, which is valued at
about $35,000. Under the terms of the
will eight children will receive $10 each,
while the remainder goes to Mrs. Ellen
The only baking powder made with the genuine
Professor Horsford's phosphate. It leaves in the
food strength-giving phosphates absolutely necessary
to good health.
Superior to all others in Baking Quality.
F. Desmond, the widow of the de
Altadenans Would Incorporate
A petition for the incorporation of Al
tadena as a city was presented to the
board of sepervlsors yesterday by a
committee representing about fifty
residents of the suburb. The popula
tion of Altadena is almost evenly di
vided on the question of incorporation.
A petition for an injunction was filed
in the superior court yesterday by the
Colegrove Water company against the
city of Hollywood and Street Superin
tendent W. C. Frye, to pjrevent inter
ference with the company In laying
conduits and pipes across Gower street
and Wilson avenue In Hollywood.
Ludlow H. Smith resorted to warlike
methods in his home, and yesterday he
was examined before Judge Wilbur In
the superior court on the charge of
insanity. Judge Wilbur continued the
case or one week. The case against
Mrs. Margaret- A. Barber, an old
woman, was also continued one .week.
RATE WAR THREATENED
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Action
May Produce War
By Associated Press
CHICAGO, April 10.— One of the moßt
startling moves made by western rail
roads in freight traffic for a long time
was made by the Chicago & Eastern
Illinois today when it was announced
that that line will absorb the terminal
charges across the bridges at St, Louis
on all freight carried over Its road.
The result is a direct reduction In
rates of $5 per car.
The action of the Chicago & Eastern
Illinois was without the consent of
competing lines, but it is expected that
all the roa,ds leading from Chicago to
St. Louis will quickly follow the ex
ample. It is feared that the movement
made today may lead to a general
break-up In western railroad rates on