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NOTABLE SALES CLOSED THAT
- SHOW INCREASES
HILL STREET STILL POPULAR
South Broadway Also In the Eye of
Investors, With New High
Level Established for
During the active wrok In tho real \
estate market that closed last night, '
the leading sale was that of the Her- ;
man W. Hellman lot on the east side ;
of Main street, below Sixth street, sold ■
for $115,000, or $1260 a front foot, aIBO | [
marking another high level for Inside
close In Main street frontage. This
property has a frontafro of 92 feet on
Main street and Is 147 feet deep to an
-'alley. The Improvements are merely
, nominal, being an 18-room frame and
a nine-room cottage. In 1887 Mr. Hell
man acpulred this lot for $4500. In
the sale Mines & Farlsh represented
the buyers, \V. Jarvls Barlow and
Howard E. Huntlngton, and M. B.
Merwln acted for the grantor.
Broadway Near Seventh
.Another record price hns been made
for South Broadway property at $1779
a front foot In the sale of a let SS.2 feet
that fronts on the east side of the
street, just north of Seventh street and
occupied by the Nevada stables. The
price paid was $100,000, and as the Im
provements are of the most nominal
character the price fully represents the
value of the land.
The property was purchased by J. E.
Carr from Mrs. Leila Bonner Dwyer of
New. Orleans, who was represented by
Clark & Bryan and the buyer by W. I.
Holllngsworth & Co.
Three years ago Judge J. M. Bonner
purchased this property for about $25,
000, the purchase being concluded a
few days before Judge Bonner sudden
ly expired while reading his paper at
the California club. By a will made
about the same time the property was
bequeathed to his niece. Mrs. Dwyer.
Hill Near Fourth
On Hill street another favorable sale
has been, made In the Hotel Colonade,
.owned by Frank S. Hicks and Frank
Griffith. The property Is a lot 142x165
feet. Improved with a three-story brick
building, that faces on the .cast side
'of Hill street, between Third and
I Fourth streets, south of the proposed
Laughlin cement building. The pur-
I chasers are Ernest Qulnan and asßo
ciates, the sale having been made by
Mines & Farlsh for a reported consid
eration of $65,000.
Mines & Farlsh report that Joseph
Hyan has sold a local investor 51x165
feet, improved with an 8-room resi
dence on the west side of Main street,
between Pico and Fourteenth streets,
Main and Eighteenth
The property at 1804 South Main
street, with the lot 30x150 feet, a two
story, 8-room house, has been sold by
Leo J. Magulre & Co. for $10,000 to C.
J. Fox, jr., for B. B. Gregory.
Main Near Sixth
A. Vlgnolo has sold Emma Up de
Grant, through \V. B. Merwln and R. A.
Rowan & Co.; 37^x140 feet on the eaßt
side of Main street, Just north of the
Burbank theater, for $67,500, where the
purchaser. intends to erect a four-story
building. In 1876 Mr. Vignolo bought
'and subdivided fifteen acres, the Vlg
nolo-Rlvera tract, consisting of prop
erty on the east side of Main street,
• between Fifth and Sixth streets, East
Fifth and Los Angeles streets. This
is the last lot of the tract owned by
Los Angeles and Eleventh
A local syndicate represented by M.
Kalisher & Co. has purchased of M. S.
Kornblum lot 16, block 2, in the 0.. W.
Childs -tract, 60x160 feet, at 1131 South
Los Angeles street, improved with a
flve-room cottage; consideration, $11,
000. Bought for Investment.
W. E. Oliver to Hugo Hoffman, the
Spring street milliner, through M. Kal
isher & Co. and the C. J. Heyler com
pany, . lot 12,' block 2, in Palm ' place
tract on west side of .'Lake street, be
tween Eleventh and Twelfth streets.
Purchaser will build a $10,000 home or.
' r-' D. A. Van Vranken & Co. report the
; Mary L. Albertson to ' Mamie Mc-
Why Stay in the City
When you can live better, get purer air, finer soil and larger ground for less money,
by going just outside. The most promising ot our suburbs is reached by the Ql*n-
dale Klectrlo car service, where the best requirements for health, loag life and com-
fort can he found, and where a ride of only 25 minutes Is necessary.
(jr.KNDAI.I'S BOULKVAKD TRACT Is a new subdivision In th. foothills, with
'beautiful Mews and climate. There Is a boulevard It) feet wide running through
the center, whore the car line Is situated.
' The toll Is adapted for all small fruits, and the temperature allows strawber-
ries and tomatoes to ripen early In the winter.
I We have 80-foot lots for sale as low aa 1200 and acreage from MOO an acre; some
of the land Is vacant, some In prunes, apricots ur oranges, plenty of choice, with
mountain water piped to the land.
Our agent iron the ground. Take th. GlenAale oar from (th and Main, and
go to the end of the line; but If you will call at our office we will furnish maps,
, particulars and, it you wish It, frte transportation.
Cio jo /-» 314 Trust Building
. A. Oil ITI riGF CC l) 0. Corner Second and Spring Streets
LOS ANGELES SUNDAY HERALD
STYLISH NEW RESIDENCE OF ENGLISH AND RUSTIC DESIGN
Home Built for Dr. J.
Kurtz on the West
One of the handsome new homes in
Los Angeles Is the residence on the
southwest corner of Eighteenth and
Toberman streets, built for Dr. J. Kurtz
from plans drawn by Architect John P.
Cuistion, lot 9 of the replat of block
B of the Kennebec tract on the west
side of Magnolia avenue, between Six
teenth and Washington streets, $3500.
The lot frontage is fifty-seven feet and
Is improved with a six-room cottage.
Bought for a home.
A. "W. Skinner to W. A. Mclntosh,
southeast half of lot 7, block 2, of the
Fairview tract and all of lot 5 of the
same tract, having a frontage of ninety
feet on Shatto street, between Valencia
street and Union avenue. The property
Is. improved with an eight-room mis
sion cottage and auto barn; the grounds
are handsomely laid out with the
choicest kinds of fruits and shrubbery.
The price paid for the property was
$10,000. Bought for a home.
Sales in Additions
Jones & Ryder Land company re
port the following lots sold in the
Bradford and Espe tract:
Lot 1, on Flgueroa street, to J. W.
Wallace, price $1200; lots 10 and 11,
for $500 each, on Forty-fifth street,
to J. J. Hanrnhan; lot 58, on Vernon
avenue, for $650, to J. J. Hanrahan;
lot 9, on Forty-flfth street,* to Hulda
Larsen, for $600; lot 8, to John Paulson,
for $650; lot 67, to Mrs.- Julia Brock
man, for $600; lot 39, to Mrs. Julia
Brockman, for $500; lot 24, to John L.
Berg, for $450; lot 25, to John L. Berg,
120 Feet Wide ■
The highest class residential
property in Los Angeles.
None better. Terms V& down,
balance two years. See
421 South Spring Street
LOS ANGELES, CAL., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1905.
This Improvement Is of the English
style of architecture, with rustic effects,
combined with stone and shingle trim
mings. A wide veranda extends along
the east front and at the side near
the rear is a veranda flanking the li
The reception hall Is 13x14 feet, at the
rear of which Is the open staircase.
Under the stairway Is a lavatory.
OfC the hall at the left is the library,
14x18 feet, with Inlaid tile fireplace and
for $450; lot 38, to Mrs. E. V. Frick,
for $550, and lot 454, to Mrs. Cynthia
F. Temple, on Flgueroa street, for
. Also as owners, to J. J. Hanrahan,
lots 9 and 10, block 17, in the Charles
Victor Hall tract on Harvard boule
vard, for $2100, and for Truman B.
Hicks to Albert E. Timmons, lot 6,
block 23 in the Charles Victor Hall
tract, for $850.
Lots to Be Improved
Althouse Bros, report sales as fol
lows for the past week:
"VV. E. Bowles to George H. Rector,
an unimproved lot on the south side
of "West Tenth street, 60 feet west ot
Gratton street, lot 45x138 feet. Mr.
Rector will improve with a residence
to cost $6000; consideration $2200.
. West Ninth Street Heights com
pany to E. L. Stamman, unimproved
lot on the west side of Norrrtandie
avenue, 150 feet south of Ninth street,
lot 52x128 feet; an investment; con
F. L. Bottsford to Otto C. Duyrea,
the southeast corner Dalton and Twen
ty-ninth street, with an eight-room
two-story residence; lot 50x150 feet;
bought for home; consideration $5500.
Oscar Sewald to M. O. Tremain, the
southeast corner of Raymond and
ilprtot I vzict
Adjoining the grounds of the Salt Lake Round House, Shops and Pas- i
senger Station. Only one-half block from First Street and extending to • //^sMfSl^m^k I
Third Street. Facing on Utah, Clarence, Gless and Pecan Streets. \ffiKi^i^iuir---i!c3
F. D. DAVIES, TRACT AGENT, COR. FOURTH AND CLARENCE STS. li bK\l IMI
Lots $500 to $700 Each
$25 Down and $10 a Month
Streets Graded, Graveled, Curbed and Sidewalked and Many
Cottages Built and Occupied
As an investment there Is nothing on the market to- The building restrictions of only $800 make It pos-
day that promises as quick advancement In prices slble for worklngmen to build very comfortable yet
as these few remaining lots In this tract. Now that Inexpensive homes on the Salt Lake Depot tract, and
the Salt Lake road Is running direct trains to Chi. its nearness to the industrial section makes It con-
cago and other eastern points the road will employ venlent for men employed In the factories and
hundreds and hundreds of additional men, whose foundries Just across the river, which makes It easy
convenience demand, a home near this great *^ c Haunches and^^ner. at^ome,
terminal. These lots are bound to double In value In from work when wor |<men live so far away from their
a very short time; you'd better look Into this oppor- work. The best proposition for the wage earner—
tunity and get In before the advance in prices. one that many have already taken advantage of.
STRONG & DICKINSON Agents
135 South (Broadway ■ Both Phones 1273
built-in bookcases, decorated celling
and plate glass windows. #/...
At the right of the hall Is the living
room, 14x16 feet, with wide casement
windows. In the dining room, 13x18 feet,
at the rear of the living room Is a large
fireplace with seats, a chirm. closet and
six-foot wnlnscotlng around the room.
The kitchen, butler's pantry and other
domestic conveniences are of the latest
design. These Include a screen porch
and a room for servants. ,
On the second floor are four large
Thirty-sixth street; lot 147^x125 feet.
The purchaser will Improve with mod
ern houses as an Investment; consid
J. J. Foster to G. Wall, a six-room
cottage at 2942 Halldale avenue; lot
50x160 feet; bought for a home; con
Central and San Julian
The Robert Mitchell company reports
sales of property as follows:
Mrs. Bertha Daly to Henry J. Stevens,
40x140 feet, Improved with a six-room
cottage, 631 San Julian street; $7500.
Louis Boesch to A. W. Butt, north
west corner of Central avenue and
East Twenty-second street, lot 150x150,
Fifty-fifth street, GardenaCar. Only $350 for elegant lots, 40 x
135 ; cement walks five feet wide, curbs, streets graded, oiled.
o4gent on tract. No such bargains elsewhere.
CURTIS PARK TRACT
38th and Compton. Cement walks, curbs, streets graded, oiled,
finished. Lots 40 x 135, $450. Can you beat this ? Agent on tract.
T. WIESENDANGER, 221 Laughlin Bldg.
bedrooms with closets, sewing and
dressing rooms. Also a fine bath room
and a balcony. The first floor Is finished
In oak and the second floor In slash
grain pine. In the basement Is provided
space for the furnace heater and other
Dr. Kurtz and family have taken pos
session of their new home, which is
The total cost of the Improvement,
omitting the price of the large lot, was
Samuel Burnslde to Mrs. E. Rosen
thai, , a six-room cottage at 1915 West
Twenty-second street; $3100. Bought
for 9. home.
The engineers of the street railway
company have been setting survey
stakes along Moneta avenue to Slau
son avenue and the city line, and
along Fifty-third street from Moneta
avenue to Main street for the new
extension of the street railway, and It
Is understood work will be commenced
at once, the tracks laid and this new
road finished up at an early date.
Notice to Holders of Herald Photo Coupons
Holders of Herald photo coupons on Barnctt
& Ron's studio wishing; sittings on Sunday
must make engagement several days In ad
vance. All coupons must be presented beforo
May 23. 1905.
On the New Street
Among Many Improvements
SMS.- 4 I INo Advance
d»T7r J. d»CAA As yet on Tracts Nos. 2
$375 to $500 and 1 M l ut £ ract^°- l i s
7T nearly all sold and has ad-
Home and investment vancedsloo to $200 per lot.
lots. Come out and Get in on No. 2 and 3. The
see, only come soon. same advance will be made.
53d and Main Streets
Until the new car line is finished, take
Maple Avenue car to Fifty-third street,
one short block to Main street
a? McCarthy Co.
Main Office In Our Own Building,
203 North Broadway
E. Avery McCarthy, Secretary
£»^jf|k who owns %p s
JgSmk YOURJHOME? \|^
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[g^^^S«!» We can build y° u for $!050.00 a j
w ~*^"^' five-room modern cottage, all com- j
©® plete with sidewalks laid. For fur- i
11 t * ier information call and see us
I > *M?H MM * 8 i lrt Bld"&" and our plans.
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Come, live where the air Is pure and sweet, where, close to
nature's heart, you may revel In unending, health-giving sun-
shine, and your children's cheeks grow redolent with the flush
of unrestrained open air freedom and happiness.
You Can Enjoy Life in Your Own Home Under
These Environments and Such Jlre the
Associations of Our Lots
on the Market
Our tracts on the Long Beach lino at Seal Gardenß and Graham Sta-
tions. Only 12 minutes' ride from center of city.
(Lots $100 Up)
$1.00 Down--$l.OO Per WeeK (ftS?)
No Interest—No Taxes
Land la lovol and soil is fertile and productive. Artesian water for
Irrigation and domestic purposes.
Those lots are closer in by ono to two miles than any other prop-
erty soiling on our terms.
Scores of homes alroady built and more under course of construc-
tion. Detter buy now while prices are low. Why not go dowu today?
We pay your way.
Conservative Realty Co.
613 11. W. Hellman Building
Main 2013 • • Homt 4816
THE HERALD WANT ADVERTISEMENTS BRING BUST RESULTS