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Part II
TIVOLI THEATER, TO COST QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS
Abbot Kinney, Harry C.
Wyatt and Others in
the Combination
The statement can now be made on
good authority that the proposed
Tivoh theater, a modern temple of
amusement, will be erected on the
west side of Spring street, between
Ninth and Tenth streets, In which
vicinity Abbot Klnney, the capitalist,
has considerable valuable frontage.
'Last fall a company was formed for
the purpose of making the improve
ment and excavation was made for
the building; but owinff to complica
tions which were unforeseen the work
was temporarily abandoned. Recent
ly several conferences of the principal
parties in interest have been lu>ld, and
it is understood that : within a few
MANY DEALS
ARE CLOSED
OLIVE STREET FRONTAGE GOES
AT GOOD FIGURE
LOS ANGELES ST. LOOMS UP
New Tracts on the Market That Meet
With Popular Favor — Auction
Sales Are Planned — De.
mand Active
One of the leading sales of the week
is reported by Clark & Bryan, by which
they sold for Lee McConnell and C. J.
Fox to Mrs. Gussle Egglehoff the north
west corner of Twelfth and Olive
streets, 67x165 feet, that is vacant, for
$21,000. This shows a rapid advance in
values and Is considered a favorable in
vestment.
Westmoreland Tract
■ In that delightful residence section,
Westmoreland tract, created and platted
by Clark & Bryan, the firm has sold
Nlles Pease 100x150 feet that fronts on
Hoover street and is north of Tenth
street, for $5750. This is lots 5 and 6 and
adjoins the lot that Mr. Pease Is Im
proving.
In the same tract Leonard Merrill has
sold an eastern investor lots S3 and 84,
being 120x150 feet, for $«00. The pur
chaser will build ' ut once for a per
manent residence.
Moulton Home Tract
W. I. Hollingworth and assoelntes
have platted the Moulton Home trnct,
that extends from Alhainbru, avenue
towurd Main street and from Moulton
avenue to Clover Btreet. A spur of the
Southern Pacific tracks runs through
the property, creating at once industrial
property. The owners report that since
Thursday they have sold seventy lots
and that the availability of the tract is
sure to create a demand for such well
located property. A glance at the loca
tion shows that the tract Is surrounded
by Industrial enterprises.
Norton & Hay have been pushing
the improvements in their Crescent
Los Angeles Sunday Herald.
weeks contracts will be let for the
erection of the opera house, the cost
of which will he about $250,000. Abbot
Klnney and Harry C. Wyatt, of the
Mason opera house, are active In mak
ing arrangements for the Improve
ment.
Architect A. L. Haley has Just com
pleted the perspective of the large
amusement temple, herewith presented.
Th theater will occupy ground 120 x
165 feet and will have a seating capac
ity of 2500, 1000 more than the Mason.
There will be thirty handsome boxes,
twelve on each plde, nnd six in front
of the balcony. There. will be an audi
torium, dress circle and enclosed foyer
on the first floor, a balcony with dress
circle and the usual gallery. On each
side of the auditorium there will be
ten foet of space, and at the rear the
promenade will be 15xJ60 feet. A novel
feature of the theater will fee the
reparation of tho audience room at th<>
rear by the Introduction of a glass
Heights tract to such an extent dur
ing the past weok that they have near
ly completed the work.
Mr. Hay reports that their sales
have neon in excess of $10,000 since
last Saturday. Elsewhere; ln this pa
per are given the opinions of several
prominent Los Angeloa men on Cres
cent Heights.
Lots at Auction
The Plonoer Investment company
will hold an auction sale of lots in
Pioneer Heights, located at Las Vegas,
Nov., beginning on Thursday, April 27,
at 10 a. in. The auction will take place
at the headquarters of the company
at 132, South Broadway, In the Cham
ber of Commerce building. The Pi
oneer Heights Joins the addition plat
ted by the Salt Lake railroad com
pany at Las Vegas. All of the lots
will be sold to the highest bidders.
Activity at Redondo
The Mullen tract, embracing 100 at
tractive lots, bordered by Pacific av
enue on the west, Heal street on the
south and Gertrude street on the
east, lying Just north of the main sec
tion of Redondo, was recently pur
chased by Cleveland & True of Los
Angeles. The purchasers, through
the agency of Housler & Creller of Re
dondo, are contracting to erect homes
of any size to suit buyers. Many of
the lots have been bought and a num
ber of new dwellings are in course of
erection, the improvement affording
lucrative employment for many citi
zens of the delightful coast town.
While the newcomers are making ar
rangements for permanent homes the
business interests of Redondo are
spreading out. Business property
generally is being Improved and plans
for new buildings are projected. Re
cently the L. F. Wells restaurant was
sold to Carl Ransdell of Long Beach.
He will Improve the property and
make It one of the best places of en
tertainment In the town.
Sales In Wlllowbrook
Herbert & Butterworth report the
sale of seventeen lots during the past
week In Wlllowbrook, their large villa
lot subdivision on the Long Beach line.
These are one acre lots and the sell-
Ing prioe $300 each. Many colonists
from the east who have been here but
a few weeks are buying In this tract,
presumably for the reason that large
suburban lots are looked upon with
much favor In eastern cities. The
colonists are anxious to get Into their
new homes and are preparing to build
at once. Five cottages aro In course
LOS ANGELES. CAL., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1905.
) partition, behind which soft drinks and
. other light refreshments can be sold
. during the performances without mi
i terferlng in any way with those In the
auditorium. Parties behind the glass
partition may observe the perform
ance standing or sitting, nnd In order
that they may hear as well as see a
system of phonographic attachments
will be introduced, so that while the
loungers may sip their drinks or smoke
they can nttach the patent hellos and
keep In touch with the story of the
plays. This will be entirely a new
feature for the playgoers of the went
and will no douot become at once a
popular Innovation.
It Is claimed that 95 per cent of fires
In opera houips originate on the stnpo.
and in the construction of the Tivo'.i
the architect has spued no thought
nor money In taking every possible pre
caution to provide against flies. Thn
stage is to be surrounded by solid
brick walls, while the openings wlllibn
of erection now by. parties who pur
chased.
Now Homes
Three new houses were started dur
ing the past week on Fifty-third
street, between Main street and Moneta
avenue in tho McCarthy company's
new subdivision of the Rice place. Two
of these houses are two stories nnd
contnin seven or eight ■ rooms each.
The .third Is a six-room bungalow.
Those places are on the now car line
extension running from MoiiPta ave
nue to Main street on Fifty-third
street.
Saleo In Three Tracts
The McCarthy company report the
following sales In their three tracts:
. In the Main street and Moneta ave
nue tract— To N. J, "Wing, lot 48, block
•U" 5600; B, P. Nelly, lot 52, block "II,"
$600; John W. Wing, lot 49, block "IV
$G00; Fred Lange, lot 53, block "B,"
$600.
In the Moneta avenue und.Figueroa
street trnct— B. H. Vance, lots 41, 42
md 43. block "C," $1500; O. K. Thomp
son, lot 3, block "A." $375; Mrs. Irene
1 0,000 to 20,000 Acres
In old TUIiARB LAKE at from JS.flO to $17.50 per acre. This is the great-
est offpr ever made; over 600 ranches now for sale In the SAN JOAQTJIN
VAL.LKY: all bargains.
I have a Koorl stock ranch in San Bernardino county nt an exceed-
ingly low price. I have a number of good mining propositions that will
interest you— also several good buys in city and country property.
See me at once.
XU? CUT 71? V 43 1 Bryson Block
£>• OrlVsW I , Corner 2d and Spring
Why Stay in the City
When you can live better, get purer air, n»er soil ami larger (round for less money,
by going Just outalde. The moat promlalnv of our auburbv la reached by the Glen-
dale Electric car service, where the hent requirements for liealih, long lite and com-
fort can be found, and where a ride of only 25 minutes Is neceaaary.
<!I.i:ni>al.M BOULEVARD TRACT la a new subdlvlalon In the foothills, with
beautiful Wew< and climate. There Is a boulevard 120 feet wide running; through
the center, where the car line la xltuated.
The soil la adapted for all small frulta, and the temperature allows strawber-
ries and tomatoes to ripen early In the winter.
We have (0-foot lots for sale aa low aa $300 and acreage from |400 an acre; some
of the land la vacant, soma In prunea, apricots or oranges, plenty of choice, with
mountain wator piped to the land.
Our agent la on the ground. Take the Glonrtale car from 6th and Main, and
g<. to the end of the line; but If you will call at our office we will furnlab, maps,
particulars and, it you wlah It, free tranapnrtatlon.
t). A. Oil iTHlCr U CO. Corner Second and Spring Streets
protected by the most modern methods.
There will be two approved curtains,
one of steel and one of asbestos, while
the roof of the stage will be of a thin
quality of glass with a screen directly
under it. In case of a flre the stage
will become a chimney and the heat, if
the flre g-eta beyond control, will servo
the purpose of a chimney, the flames
melting the thin glass of the roof and
the screen preventing the glass from
falling upon the stage. Besides these
precautions automatic and mechanical
pprinklers will be available' to instantly
drown out any Incipient fire that may
occur on the stage.
The interior of this splendid theater
will be finished In rococo style, which
prevailed in the early part of the slx'
tcenth century. The ornate French
fffects of the Interior will border
closely on the Italian and thore will
be an entire absence of everything that
might be termed classic. The general
color scheme will be blue and gold.
Bailey; lot 22, block "B," $375; A. A.
Tyler, block "B," $400; Alma Sehrt,
lots 40 and 41, block "B," $900.
In the Main street, Moneta avenue
and Figueroa street tract, subdivision
of nice place— A. M. Preston, lot 12,
Hock "IV *G00; C. B. Francis, lot 1,
black "B," $17f.0; A. ' O. Johnson, lot ,27,
black "B," $D 25; A. G. Carnes, lots 11,
12 and 13, block "C," $1800; W. S. Ames,
lot 42, block "B." $600; 11. K. Bowman,
lots 6 find 6, block "A," $1200; P. H.
Maloney, lots 17 and 18, block "B, '
$1200.
The sales aggregate $14,025 and were
made principally from the branch
office of the company -at Fifty-third
and Main streets.
Graduates to Entertain
Graduates of the Cumnock school
will give an entertainment at the
Ollvrs Congregational church next
Friday evening. A series of dramatic
Impersonations will be given as fol
lows: "Mr. Travis' First Hunt," "A
Cathedral Courtship," "Dolly" and
"The Court of Boyvllle."
Your Fondest Dreams Will Materialize
I. ip YOU •
l^" BUY NOW "^J
For a Home or Investment in this Land of Sunshine. Select a lot in the
Beautiful Rice Place
Mm St., Moneta Avenue and
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nperoa oi. iracis
j j CMt. Huntington is building his new electric line directly
| through this Tract to center of city — only a few minutes'
I I r^ e# w *^ k e one of the best equipped of cTWr.
J ■ Huntington's numerous lines.
Low Prices, Easy Terms, Best Location
j Until New.s.Gar ' Line is Running, Take cTHaple zAve. Car
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1 Home Phone 546 Sunset 6278
Choice lots on South Figueroa
street at a bargain. See
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310 Trust Bidg. Second and Spring
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