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for baLb- ~ ~~
this fs a great bargain
Do you want a site for a fActory or ware-
If (O, w« have Just what you want. «nd tn
one of the best and most convenient Inonll-
lle* In this city. Property I* located on the
B. P. railway Immediately joining first class
street car service, In n mpMly growing pnrt
of the city and so sltuatod that your em-
ployes csn find homes nenr their place of em-
ployment. In this property we offer a HEAL
BNAP. If you can U»e It, let us show It to
you for w« know we can sen it to you.
lON L. CLARK,
217 Henna Block.
robert marsh a co.,
sO3 herman w. hellman hldo.
sixteenth and hill Bts.
:an deliver for less than $200.00
ROBERT MARSH & CO.,
803 HERMAN wThELLMAN BLDO.
WAREHDUBH AND FACTORY PITK3.
WAREHOUBB AND FACTORY KITKfI.
WAREHOUBB AND FACTORY KITES.
fI.W. COR. AIiAMEHA AND 10TH, 206
FT. ON ALAMEDA, DEPTH OF 126 FEET;
MUBT BE SOLD THIS WEEK, BO MAKE
YOUR OFFERS. PRICE $15,000.
N.W. COR. 6TH AND CAROLINA BTS.,
100x140; ONLY CORNER LOT IN THAT SEC-
TION TO BB HAD AT A BARGAIN
100 FEET FRONTAOE ON PEATON ST.,
SOUTH OF 6TH, AT $8000 FOR A FEW
HAVE MANY MORE PIECES FOR IN-
DUSTRIAL PURPOSES FROM 80-FOOT
LOTS TO ACREAGE, WITH OR WITHOUT
SWITCHES OR SPURS, AND ADJACENT
TO BOTH BANTA FH AND S. P. R. R.
AM HOLE AGENT.
THOMAS 11. HASTINGS.
THOMAS 11. HASTINGS,
1102 BRALY BLOG.
FOR B ALE— ' ■
812,600— Grand avenue; thrne-stoTy dou-
ble; flats of twenty-six rooms, renting; for
•120 per month. llnlf cash will be
v $ BSOO — Crocker street, right close to
Fifth. Best buy In lh« Arcade section.
»5260— Hemlock street, right close to
East Ninth and Central avenuet 76x130,
with two good cottage*; nothing so cheap
anywhere near It; will Nell one ot them or
E. M. HETNOLDB,
211 Grant Building.
Tel. 1031) or Mnln 4ft7O.
Bl2,lH)o— Grand avenue: three-story dou-
ble flat* of twenty-«ix rooms, renting; for
$120 per month. Half cash wIU be
$8500 — Crocker street, right close to
Fifth. Best buy In the Arcade section.
$l>2,tfl— Hemlock street, light close to
East Ninth and Central avenue; 70x130,
with two good cottages. Nothing .so
cheap anywhere near It. WIU sell one of
them or both.
E. M. REYNOLDS,
211 Grant Building.
Tel. 1030 or ' Main 4K70.
FOR SALE— "
$13,000— C0 ft., E. 4th. near Wall; best on
the St. for price.
$10,000—166x206, cor. Allso and Anderson.
on Salt Lake, close to depot.
$7,500—100x145, Grand View, high and
$3,000 — 6-room bungalow, S.W.; new and
529-631 Laughltn Building.
FOR . SALE BY— BARRY 8R05., . . .
j.. .?2S-.329. ; BRADBURY ■ BUILDING. '.' ■'
A SIXT.Y-FOOT CORNER ON GRAND
AVENUE. NEAR PICO STREET, AT TUB
PRICE OF AN INSIDE LOT. YOU WILL
BE INTERESTED IN THIS AT $12,500.
•■v ■'■: BARRY BROS.
N. W. CORNER OF MAPLB AVH. AND
TTH ST., TWO-STORY BRICK BUILDINOi
CLOSE TO MAIN ST.; BARGAIN.
W. -M. GARLAND & CO.,
824 HUNTINGTON BLDO.
FOR sTIE-A BARG AIN, ONE BLOCK OF
court house, 30x100 feet, brick building, heavy
walls, will support more stories. For quick
sale will sacrifico for less than $17,000. See
this at once. It Is a splendid purchase.
McFATRIDGE BROTHERS, 318 S. Spring.
THAT IS PASSING.
More of this land is being sold every week,
■nd all of this 30,000-acre tract' of corn,
wheat and alfalfa land will soon be gone.
Any Investor or homeseeker who has $300
or $10,000 and who fails to get 40 acres or a
section of this land at our present prloes Is
making a mistake.
NEXT EXCURSION TUESDAY.
PRICE NOW $22.60 AN ACRE.
INCLUDING ONE $10 SHARE OF
WATER STOCK WITH EACH ACRE SOLD.
WESTERN COLONIZATION AND IN-
11l Herman W. Hellman Bldg.,
Cor. 4th and Spring. Los Angeles.
FOR SALE— S4O,OOO; ONE OF THE BEST
paying orange groves In the state; forty
acres in tho Itlversido district; not In-
come above all expenses has averaged
over $6000 per annum for four years.
Owner has a business opening In the east
and must . sacrifice his grove. This offers
a splendid opportunity for investment.
•'Sell when priced aro high; buy when
they are low." Prices on orango groves
aro low now, but they're going to be high-
er; buy now. L. M. PRATT, 008 Laughlln
Building. "Headquarters for orange
FOR SALE— ~" "
Eleven acres beautiful land, all level.
Only $150 per acre.
Three-quarters mile from trolley.
Terms to suit.
SAN GABRIEL REALTY CO.,
San Gabriel, Cal.
Office opposite Mission.
FOR SALE. A BARGAIN.
Three large lots, comprising over one-
half aore, Just outside city limits, noar car
line, front two streets; excellent location,
in line of city's growth; abundance of
water; fifty fruit trees; variety of ber-
ries; comfortablK house; make a splendid
chicken ranch; owner willing to saerlflco
to srell nt once.
JONES & KYDER LAND CO.
Ground Floor. SIS West Third Street.
FOR SALE— AT ALTADKNA, PASrADENA"B
beautiful fpothlll suburb:
$1300— Three acre* In assorted fruits.
$1760— Over % acre, ti-room house, barn;
flowers, fruit, etc.; lino view.
$3200-rKour acres, part orunges; near car
line and handsome homos; magnificent vlaw.
$6500— Five acre*, variety of fruits; modern
cottage; large hum; l*ne location.
1,, M. PK.VI'T, 60S Laughlln Building.
FOU KALE— THE) SALT LAKE! ROAD '.»
now running. For city lots at Las Vegas, also
acres** In th* Muddy and Vega* valleys, *•*
J. F. McPHERSON, 403 Stlnmon Ulock, cor.
Third and Sprlnv; a commissioner tor N*vada>
IF YOU AHE LOOKINO FOR
Real Furniture Bargains,
don't fail to attend *
th* Special Furniture Sale
now going on
< at >58 f-outli Broadway,
It Iron Beds from $2.60 up.
CO elegant Dresser* from $5.60 up.
Also big bargain* ■-■•-.-
In Dining and Kitchen Furniture
at 951 SOUTH BROADWAY.
Live Stock— Poultry, Birds, Doya
FOR BALE-WHITE LF.GHORNS, ' $1.00;
Howard strain, buvk mlnorcas, $1.00; eastern
»to«k. brown leghorns, 70c, fcood Myers.
tuotch colll* pup*. 11.10. 113 ALISU HI. ,
F*OR BALH —
IO« ; ACRF1 STOCK AND DAIRY RANCH.
T.ftrge acreage of No, 1 dlfnlfn, now la
fine condition, good fifteen-horse pump-
Ing plant, three flowing wells, good houHi\
barns, sheds, fence, and vnrlety of stock,
cows, horses, «nd nil goes nt n sacrifice of
$10,000; this Mg money-making ranrh I*
located only few miles south of Los An-
geles, at rallrosd station; Is ono of the
best paying ranches In the state.
We »l»o have a fine dairy of flfty-nl*
head of cows, snd big paying business.
near Long Be«.eh, for $5800; cash and
And n twenty-acre alfalfa rnnrli, wltn
gf.od house, barn, some cow* nnd horee
end hogs, and milk route, Just south of
thn city; all goes for $3000; cash nnd
Al«o alfalfa, land for $75 per acre.
*00 acre* on Short Line to Palms.
W. P. LARKIN * CO.,
421 Byrne, Building, Sole Agents.
AT trttNTtNOTOM PARK.
FOR THE APKINO.
AT OUR OFFICE.
iiosm ft i,iMisr:v.
l-IIONi; NI'MRKT MAIN 4822.
6 acres at Alhamhr*, near electrlo line, In
navel nnd Valencia oranges; gtnnd old peppof
tree*- splendid view; fine flower*, etc No
house. Water piped on land; very dtslrablo.
About 2 acres near above'ln navel oran£«s
Both splendid building site*.
R. H. IRMSTSON A CO..
Phone mo. 916 Trust Hulldlng.
THU MANUFACTURING AND ALSO
ONE OF THE FINEST RESIDENCE
SUBURBS IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY.
Office on . the tract, or Suitn 416-417,
Pacific Electric Building.
S. J. WHITE & CO., AGENTS.
FOR FALE— AT .NORTH PASADENA. ACRE
lots, ideal for villa homes; magnificent view,
fine location. Prices $700 to $I<loo, easy terms.
1,. M. PIIATT, 608 Laughlln Hulldlng.
Member Los Angeles Realty Board.
Hotels and Lodging Houses
130 rooms, elegant, located for worklngmen:
clears $500 per month; rent, 70c per
room; lease, 2 years. Price $6000
105 rcoms, new brick' 1 , "hot and cold water In
every room: ss fine f1.9 In. city; leasH 7
years; rent less than $5. Price. ...slo,ooo
82 rooms. Spring and Third,. nicely furnished,
lease 2 jeare; rent J3op»r month.
Two 6-room cottages, furnished, rent $25:
price, each $2600
OLD SETTLERS INVESTMENT CO.,
601-603 Grant Building.
FOR SALE— LODGING HOUSE.
On Hill street, close In, nicely furnished,
30-room house. Will sell very cheap. Nice
R. A. ROWAN & CO.,'
2(10 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
FOR SALE-UNHEARD OF BARGAINS!
Cut prices m furniture. Sanitary couches,
$4.50; box couches, $2.50; couch covers, $1.10;
l^ce curtains, 65e pair; brass rods, 10c; 6-
plece toilet sets, $1.75: washstands. $2.50; 6-
foot extension tabled, $.1; 52-plece dinner sets,
$4.50; set knives and forks, 75c; iron beds,
$2.60; pillows, 65c en.; comfortables, 90c;
blankets. Ssc up; 2-burner hot plates, $1.90;
$1.76 ovens $1.40; oxl2 granite rugs, $4.80;
Smyrna rugs, $1.50; carpet sweepers, $2.26.
New gopds cheaper than you can buy second
hand. J. M. OVERELL, 652-654 8. Main.
FOR SALE— LUM B E R, CHEAPI WeTa RE
growing nnd must move, and are selling
out everything in our old yard at any old
price rather than to move it. Rustic, $20;
flooring, $20; celling. $15; No. 2 boards
and fencing, $14. Lots of other material
at $10 and $12 per thousand. See us this
week for bargains In building materials.
WHITING LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO.,
Ninth and Maple Avenuo.
PIANOS— ALL YOU NEED TO PAY US IS $6
when you select your piano, then $6 monthly.
Wo won't charge you any interest. Wa
positively guarantee the price we ask to
bo the same as asked in New York, Boston
or Chicago. Remember the old house of
FITZGERALD when you want a good piano.
113 S. Spring street.
WALTER BROS.. M 7 SOUTH SPRING-
Palnt houses, Bet class; carry largest stock
of burlaps, especially for wall purpose** can
bo repainted or retlnted; 76-in. (not 72-ln.)
heavy natural burlap, 20c; Sanltas, new wall
cover for kitchen and bath, 25c yard; 7-ft.
shades, 25c; good paper and border for 12-ft.
room, $1; best paint, $1.50 gal.: barn and
roof. 00c; shingle stain. 76c: moldings, 2c ft.
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables. Bar fixtures of all
kinds; easy payments. Send for catalogue.
CO., 620 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
FOR SALE— S2O OAK ROLLER TOP DESK,
cost $40; also new onk flat desk, cost $35.
Will sell for $15. Room 30S, BUYSON
FOR SALE— SECOND-HAND 75 H. P. TU-
bular boiler. THE CUDAHY PACKING
CO.. Macy street nnd Snnta Fo tracks.
160 acres of fine river-bottom land, all
levil; $500 cash and will assume: $1,000.
Want cottage or close-in vacant lots.
Twenty-six acres of good alfalfa land,
now In beets and barley; two artoslnn
well* flowing fifteen inches of wator; good
reservoir; Is worth in cash $7500. Want
rooming house or cottage
A well located, now, modern, well fur-
nished rooming house; seventy rooms; hot
and cold water In each room; flve-ye-ir
lease nt a very low rat": all outsldo rooms;
Income is $600 per month. Want orange
grove, fruit ranch or country home, $7500.
Neat, flve-rodtn cottage, Hoover street;
lot 50x125; beautiful, high, healthy loca-
tion; price $1600; mortgage $1000; can 'io
paid $13 a month. Want lot or acreage,
or what hnvo you?
319 South Spring Street.
FOR EXCHANGE— $24 50; SEVEN LOTS.
South Hollywood: mortgngo $155 each.
Want clear land or a good rooming housn
clear in flmt-claiis location. ■■' . ■
$2100— Mortgage $400; six choice lots,
In city or 'clenr plena of land or email
ranch worth about $1700.
$2200— Mortgage $D 00; a flrst-class room-
ing house, cl'ieo In, good furniture, for
other property. WM. N. lIOLWAY,
Homo 1939. 211 Grunt Building.
FOR EXCHANGE-BY BEN WHITE] "~
200 ranches, $W0 to $150,1100.
100 houseo and lots, $1000 to $30,000.
100 orange and lemon groves, $2000 ,t0 $100,-
6000 miscellaneous properties. To buy, sell
or tradn property go to UKN WHITE, 308
Hrj-Mni Illock, SM and Spring streets.
FOR KXCIIANOH-lfiH ACItKH. CLEAR; FINE
farming or fruit land; will put In part cauh
for cottage or houee here.
20-acre vineyard for rooming house.
It. H. HAHNUKItS,
Room 412 Chamber of Commerce llldg.
FOR EXCHANGE— I6O ACRES CLKaTT.
(Inn farming or fruit land. Will put In
part cash for cottatta or home here. 20-
acre vineyard for rooming house. R, S.
BAUNDUHS, 412 Chamber of Commerce
FOR SALH OR EXCHANGE— NINBTERN-
room boarding bonus and vacant lot In
Los Angeles for vuuant lots in Hollywood
or Highland I'ark. Bee PHOF.MX, 202
FOR EXCHANGE— FORTY ACItKS FOR
hors« and buggy or auto. J. A. MORLAN
& CO., 411 Chamber of Comintroi Bldg.
BEN WHITE WILL EXCIIANaB YOUR
property. 808 BKYBON BLOCK, Second and
Spring st*. Member L. A. Hmlty Board.
FOB KXCHANOB— >I NKLV I I'ltM-SIIDI)
roumlua" house for ruttuuu or tula. A. \\ .
HOSb, «iO Bradbury 1»IU«. 1.. A. It. JJ.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1905.
fIMW'IM. ntTSINESS COLLEGE. M 5
lA'rt^J surroundings, dny nnd evening
F, UROWNPHEHCikn, Business Manager.
NO SUMMER VJICATtnfi
n»t students' vacation made up. Attend the
largest nnrt most Influential business train.
Ing school In th* southwest. Inquiries In-
ro:> ft.iutii mil st. K. K. l»aac*, fret.
- SOUTHERN CALirOPN/A i ■»"!«
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND,
«M J OIfAND AVt. Lot AA/OfLCS, C/ft.
BUBINItSB OOLLEOn 18 A BAFTB AND RB<
IABLIi BCIIOOL. Nlnht swslons. IIIW. ID,
YOUNG LADY WILL- BHARB ' NICK < ROOM
with another young Inly. Now flat. Chance to
lenrn Ppnnlsh free. References. Home 7524.
FINE OPPORTUNITY TO RF.CURR A GOOD
Job nt a good salary. $io,oi« tn $12,000 worth
of stock In a Rood manufacturing business.
To trade for good California or eastern prop-
erty, and a mnn to oversee the work at good
COOPER ft CUDDF.BACK.
218 South Broadway, Room 237.
FOR EXCHANGE- ■ "
A 4-flat building for smaller property or
vacant Ints; a 20-room apartment house for
beach property or ranch; 10-acro orange
grove in Hiverside at a sacrifice, or will ac-
cept city nr beach property. J. A. MORLAN
& CO., 412 Chnmher of Commerce Hldg.
FOR SALK OR EXCHANGE— CLEAR VA-
CANT RBSIDF,NT LOTS liV WKSTLAKIS
DISTRICT FOR KQUITY IN IMPROVED
PROPERTY. MUST nB CLOSE IN AND
PRICE NOT INFLATED.
F, K. ECKLEY.
234 H. W. HELLMAN BLOCK.
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE YOUR PROPER-
ty, any location. Large list to select from.
MAXON REALTY CO., 114-115 Stlmson Bldg.
CHEAP FOB CASH.
OR WILL TAKE SOME GOOD CITY
PROPERTY IN PART TRADE.
A FINE- ESTABLISHED GROCERT
STOCK, WITH GOOD CASH
THIS IS A SNAP FOR
SEE US QUICK.
A. F. WEBSTER £ CO.
WE HAVE SOME GOOD BUYS IN
OCEAN PARK PROPERTIES.
302 MASON BUILDING.
SCRATCH ORAvix. COME "RUNNING.
Fortunes Are in Bight
from • Investments In legitimate mining
stocks. Such stock we now offer in
Pittsburgh Tonopah Extension Mining; Com-
pany. Our property Is right in the center
of the richest veins, and our offioers are
men of the highest reputation and ex-
perience. We offer a limited amount of
fully puld, non-assessable treasury at 20
cents for only a few days. Send In your
order now. Don't wait an hour. Price
may rise any moment. Too Late — tho
saddest of all sad words. Buy Now. Don't
be Too Late.
Call or send for maps and Information.
WRIGHT & HAMMERS, 320 Byrne Bldg.
Phones— Homo E900; Main 6911.
CLEAR PROFIT FOR 1 ONE OF THE
FINEST ICE CREAM AND CANDY MAN-
UFACTORIES IN THE CITY. WE CAN
DELIVER FOR 600 ON THE DOLLAR
FOR ACTUAL INVOICE. DO YOU WANT
IT? OLD SETTLERS INV. CO.,
601-603 GRANT BLOCK.
HAVE TOL' ANYTHING TO SELL?
Do you wish to buy anything?
Do you need money?
Do you want advice?
Do you need an Auctioneer?
See ELY STERN,
616 South Broadway.
FOR SALE— IF YOU WANT TO MAKH
money and get Into a clean, easy,
healthy buslnoss, and can Invest $250 with
your services, this Is It. You can make
$35 per week.
Owner will teach you everything: ex-
perience not necessary. See MR. O'CON-
NELL, room 1. 637 V, South Broadway.
CIGAR STAND FOR SALE—
Price $150. This stand nets from $3 to $6
per day. Fine location.
See Thislnetn Opportunity Dept., JONES &
RYDER LAND CO., 218 West Third St. ,
FURNITURE STORE FOR SALE—
Price $800. New and second-hand furniture.
Splendid location. First-class Btook and fix-
tures. Reason for selling, owner has other
business. Sole agents, JONES & RYDER
LAND CO., 218 West First st. Business Op-
WINDOW SHADES-SPECIAL LOT 7-FOOT
opaque shades, 25c; best paint. $l.."0 per gal.;
good paper nnd bonier for IS-foot room, $1;
largest variety washable papers, 25c: else-
where. 35c. Headquarter* for burlaps.
Moldings, 2o per foot. WALTER BROS.,
637 S. Spring. Write for samples and prloes,
RESTAURANT FOR SALE—
Price $200 This Is a nice clean place and
making money. Worth double the price
asked. Fine location and eood class trade.
See Business opportunity Dept., JONES &
RYDUII LAND CO., 218 West Third st.
FOR SALE— NEWSPAPER IN COUNTY
pent. Good opening for llvn man. Small
amount of cash neerrsary. See PHOENIX,
2»2 lirnnt Hiilldlng. *•
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1905.
Mattye L. Dysart lo 1\ H. Ilally— Part lot
»2, Lankershim Itnnch Laml and Water
Company 1 !) subdivision $10
ivrlllii Ilaicon and John 11. Ilagen to S.
F. Johnson— Lot 106, Wlesemlantsor & Leigh,
ton's subdivision of Golf Park tract $10
William Mead and Nclla Wilde Mead to
B. P.. L, A. & H. L. Ity. Co. — Lot 8, blook 1,
11. M. Ames' subdivision of Olassell tract. slo
Churl. •» 1). iNmroy and Marguerite Conroy
to Josephine Unwher — I,ntn 20 and 13.
block 2, HHlrvun Temple tract $1)
■ Matilda Hill to 11. n. Titiklepaugh— l'art
ot HiiiiiiliiK'x Reserve, Wilmington $10
Mlhh Jfmnle Carothers to James 11. Ful
ch»r—Lot 149, Alexandra welll tract.... slU
M. H Gibson and Oeorgima 10. Gibson to
Burnett It. Miller— Lot 16. block 8, Chllds
Height* tract $10
James Loney and Frances Loney to Ed
mund Harham — Part lot 1. Dates addition
to ruiiiiinu; part I'omona Lund and Water
Company's retubdlvlslon of block 11, Palo
mures tract $10
Louise F. Lamimt (formerly Louise F.
Griepenkar) to Uuk«ii« Jlarry — I>ot 1, Orange
drove, plac* $10
Mrs. Ella G. D. Flint to Smith 11. diver -
Lot 819, Alexandra Welll tract. ...... .SI4OO
Hinltii 11. Greor and Tracy Gr#er to board
nf education of city ot Lo* Angel**— Lut
318, same tract $1735
Myrtle B. Parker and J. M. Parker to
Mary I. Whit*— Lot 13, block 6, W*«t
Rota* tract ...«.•• •••• tit
Mury L, While and J. R. white to Myrtl*
R. Parker— tat 17, K. J. im id win's addition
No. I to Snnta Anita Colony l' n
Colin Stewart and Annie. R. Stewart to
Richard T. niow and J. Krtwnrd Kent— Part
lots s and 9, Jlunnell's subdivision $>')
James Edmondson and Lulu flrlstol Ed
mnnrison to J. Edward Kent and Mary Anne
Km t— Lot 3, Logans Lower tract $10
Mrs. 0. A. Bonn, h.nnp and 11. F. n»au-
Chsmp to J. H. Oeldreich — Lot Id, block H,
Dayton Height* tract $10
Charles 11. Ford and A. P. Ilutton to Wll
llnm It. Msnnlng — Lot 1, block 41, Ka«t
Santa Mnnlca $1C
Wlllinm R. Manning to lJurwsrd S. De-
Van— Lot 1, block 41, East Hnnia Monica. slo
Mary 11. Richard* and T. W. Richard* to
Osno Henry— Lot 7. block 61, Ilurbank. .$lO
Henry S. West and Nlns, J. W**t to I). C.
Hammell— Lots 9 and 10, block to, Oold«
wnrthy's subdivision of It. T. Haiissrd't Esst
Side addition; lot 1230, Chicago Park. .. .slo
I). C. Hammeli to John Mlkkelnen— Lo'.»
9 And 10, Mock SO, Gnldsworthy's subdi
vision of part nf 11. T. lln/.zsnl's Eatt Side
Alfred It. Duvall and Jennie P. linvsll to
Mary J. Duvall — Lot 4, block X, Central
Park tract $10
Frank A. Kelly and Laura T. Kelly to Ja
cob P. Jlroekmeler— Lots 113 and 124, Cen
trnl Avenue Home tract $10
Title Insurnnre and Trust compsny to
nun Hume tract $10
flenrxe W. tilcklnson and Myra Dickinson
to Mriry .1. Duvall— Lot 2, block X, Central
Pnrk tract $10
Dean W. Keyes and Pnrali A. Keyes to
George F. Thompson — Lot 22, block A, Han
Pasnunl tract $l ft
deorne F. Thompson and Id* M. Thomp
son to Warren J. Richardson— Lot 22, block
A San raaqunl tract $11)
Seaside Wnt»r company and Hroadwny
Bnnk nnd Trust company, trtiPtee, to Cnrrln
Allen— Lot 19, block. X, Knoll Park tract. slo
Albert H. Pitman nnd Sonoma O, Pitman
to Martha B. Hudson—Port lot 6, Otinn'a
plat of Blilsdell tract. $1«,000
H. J. Waters and Maude C. Waters to P.
Jsnss— Lot 1 and part lots 2 to 7, block 1;
lots 1 to 9, block 4, E. 8. Field's Occidental
Heights tract $1
Sarah M. Flolrl nnd Edward S. Field to
P. Jan's — Undivided half Interest In same
as Abovo $1«
Strawberry I'ark Lund company to
Amanda H. Derg — Lots 10 and 11, block A,
Strawberry Park tract $10
Arthur 11. Kemper to F. C. Pnulln— Lots
% nnd 4, block 11, Raymond Villa tract
No. 1 $10
Arthur 11. Komper to F. C. Pnulln — Lot*
C and «, block H, Raymond Villa tract
No. 1 $10
S. A. Tamasy to Benjamin T. Elledge anrt
Rebecca B. Elledge— Lot 10, Dlckinson'B
subdivision of block B, Moulton tract $10
Johanna T). Hill, Birdie Hill Gordon, Hnrrv
Gordcn. Minnie Hill Hanborn, Frank A. San
horn, Anna Hill Ourney and Warren J. dur
ney to Benfamtn T. Elledge nnd Rebecca B.
Elledge — Lot 10, Dickinson's subdivision of
block 6. Moulton tract $10
F. (>. Schumacher to Thomas HlKKlns —
Part block 23. Huber tract $63,000
55. L. Parmelee, and Eliza E. Parmelee to
Mrs, A. 11. Meredith— Lot 8, block 13, Man
hattan Beach division No. 2 $10
Mrs. A. H. Meredith to O. L. Plowman —
Lot 8, block 13, Manhattan Beach division
No. 2 *1°
G. L. Plowman, and Catharine Plowman
to Stella Wevor nnd Alice J. Gnstren — Lot 8,
block 13, Manhattan Heach division No. 2.510
Emll C Kulll nnd Annie Kulll to Dr.
Isaac Saylln — Part lot 2, A. R. Campbell-
Johnston estate » 10
James T. McNeely Rnd Nora M. McNeely
to A. L. Cheney — Lot 1 and part lot 3, block
1, Edmonds' Adams Street tract $13
A. L. Cheney to James T. McNeely — Lot
7, Wright tract $10
Mary Cntherlne Nevln and Joseph C.
Nevln to John H. Coulter— Lot 11, block 24,
Huher tract *1°
John H. Coulter and Cora A. Coulter to
W. E McVay — Lot 11, block 24, Huber
tract • • » 10
Louise Clawson to Annlo Mahoney — Lot
80, Clawson Villa tract $1"
John Ferguson to Edward J. Farmer —
Part lots 1 and 2, block 5, Hollywood
Ocean Vlnw tract $1300
D. E. Klllips and Lena Kllllps to Samuel
McCray — Lot 151, Grlder & Dow 1 * Adams
Street tract *1«
Lewis W. Andrews and Abble C. Andrew*
to Emily E. McMahon — Lot 14, block B, Oo
cldental Park $10
.Teiome F. Kendall to Alfred F. Webster —
Lot 16 and part lot 17, block 11, Bay View
tract i * 10
Sumo to Margaret J. Smith and T. Galen
Smith— Lot 19 and part lot 17, block 11.
same tract $10
J. Frank Bowen. Frances M. Bowen, W. A.
Polklnghorn and Ida M. Polklnghorn to
Antonio Chirlotto* -~Po.rt ol! property of Mfl
mlo E. De Camp $4000
Bank of Hollywood to Mary Ellen Hlbler
— Part lots 2 and 3, Central Hollywood
tract No. 2 $10
Seaside 'Water company and Broadway
Bank and Trust company, trustee, to Olsa
Schwelzer — Lots 1 and 3, block 144, Long
J. F. Trowbrldge to Walter Daggett — Lot
40, subdivision of P. J. Brannen tract.. slo
John Bright and Marlon Bright to 11. F.
E. West and Luzelta B. West — Lot 90, Josefa
subdivision of Cells Vineyard tract $10
Shcuyler Cole and Bessie Gorham Cole to
H. M Gorham — Part block 12, Colegrovo.slu
B. C|. Lattin to Henry J. Tier — Lots IB
and 18, W. R. Jones' subdivision 110
Alexander S. Culver, Margaret I. Culver,
Frank R. Strong and Poarl Strong to A. R.
Rlggs— Lot 14, Culver's East Hollywood
Ralph E. Temple to Otto A. Hartmann
and M. Josephine Hartmann — Lot 12, Robert
Marsh's Central Avenue tract $10
J. C. Hoxle to Louis Henry — Part block J,
subdivision of lands of J. 11. Painter and B.
F. Ball * 10
Jesse, H. Arnold and Elizabeth C. Arnold
to Philo L. Llndley — Lot 11 and part lota
9 and 10, block J, Morris Vineyard sub
division * 10
Phllo L. Llndley to John A. Forthman
and John J. Borgln— Same property as
Union Oil Company of California to Laura
N. Sylvester — Part lot 203, Lankershim
Ranch Land and Water Company's subdi
vision * l!>
Mary Walsh to Winnall T. Dalton— Lot 9,
F. McLaughlln'a subdivision $10
O. A. Nelson to Gertrude F. Andrew —
Part lot 6, block B. San Pasqual tract.. slo
Juliette B. Koopfll and J. O. Koepfll to
M. J. McDermott and Fanny M. McDermott
Lot 13, block 4, East San Pedro $10
W. H. Gehrkens and Annlo Gherkena to
OeortfG J. Cote — Lots 6, 7, 8 and 9, block A,
M. Salomon's Washington Street and First
Avenuo tract ♦ 1 »
J. M. Murpby to Charlos L. Plnney — Lot
12, block F, Estella tract $10
Safety Investment company to Charles L.
Pl nn oy—Lot 12. block F, Estrolla tract. .$lO
Title Guarantee nnd Trust company to
Charles P. Drown — Lots 30, 84, 38 nnd 42,
Wext Ailamn nnd Western Avenue tract. .$lO
R. W. Polndexter and Madeleine R. Poln
drxtfi- to L. L. Newerf — Part lot 2, block 3*.
Terminus Homestead tract $10
.1. M. Coc.klns and Mariana M. Cocklns to
Frank C. Kiel— Lots 13 and 14, block 23,
Anpreleno Heights . . . $10
Mrs Id:i Wegrrer (formerly Ida F.
Hardy), Susan H. Hardy and Mrs. Alice A.
Cushman (formerly Alice A. .Hardy) to
Union Trust company of I-os Angeles— Tract
commencing nt southeast corner of lot 9.
Pico Street Villa tract. In center of Pico
Ellen Oerhnrd to Mary E. Cake— Lots I
and 2. block C, Schiller tract $1
S. A. Johnston (known as S. A. Johnson)
to W. A. Ryan and J. R. Blnlno — Lota 39,
40. 41 nnd 42, National Villa tract $10
Florence A. Trlplott and Henry J. Trlplett
to Charles D, Poßt— Lot 10, block 30, Whlt
tj er $500
Packard Water company to Orange Grove
Water company— Right of way over part
Rancho San Jose In city of Pomona .$5
Bertha K. Cornelius and E. M. Cornelius
to Henry T. D. Koopmann— Part Rnncho
Santa Gertrudes *-'000
Title Insurance and Trust company to
Gall E. Moon— Agreement to convoy lot 13,
block 3, La Paloma tract $600
John B. Johnson and Alice. M. Johnson
to Oley Hibbard— Lot 21, block D. Raymond
Villa tract No. 1 1-'iV.! 10
t o T ,nr jas^.»astt s
tO ßos^re^e\r»eVV as-oelailoVto ;mV;' 1 X
Wllcox Boverldge— Lot 37 and part lot* JR.
69 and 70. section I. Rosedale cemetery .s2so
Same to game— Agreement to care for
Peter Johnson (sometime* written P. John
sen) to Albert Shorten-Lot 4, block A, Bird
tract * 10
Norman n. Carter and Nettle Carter to
Russel C. Carter and Luelnda A. Carter—
Lots 11 and 12. block 17. Hermosa Beach $1
Russel C. Carter and Luelnda A. Carter
to Norman B. Cajter— Lots M and 13. block
17. Hermosa Heach >>•••>•_••• »'
Hiismi V. N. Parks to Peter Johnson —
Lots 1. ». B. 1 «nd 9. block »». E. S. Field's
Occidental Heights tract .$1"
George A. Cortelyou to G. H. Ashby— LoU
18, 17 and 1«, block S, Nadeau Orange
Jsm'e. O. Ogllvle and Hattle L. Ogllvle to
Fannie Stafford— Lot 27. Ogllvle'B Or«"'J
Vlsw Height* tract • ■ • • • • »»°
Redondo Improvement company to Arthur
n . steel— Lots 29 and 30. block 176; lot it,
block ITT. Redondo Re.oh JI4BI
Germt»n-Am«rlcan Savings bank to Annl»
Hurst— Part lot 72, McDonald tract $10
Same to Henry Chapman— Part "lot 73.
same tract ♦'"
A. n Btraln, F. O. Ca«s and Caroline H.
Cas* to William Kellaway— Lot* 27 and !8,
block 2«. Ivanhoe tract; lots 3, 10. 11, 11,
13. 17 ami 53. Cumberland tract $10
M. Friedman and Julia FrUdman to A. 8.
llelnem.in oompany~Lot 11, block C. Cook
& Miller's resubdlvlslon ....$lO
Little c. Corlls* lo Martha A. Parmley —
Part of tract marked Moudell lo division B,
land* of flan Oabrl*! Orsn««i drove amo
If. IS. Tinnfon snd IT. R Dtinton. trustee,
to Edward Hatton and Margaret Hatton —
Lot I*. Mock H, Clarab«ll tract $10
O. Monteleone to L. D. Tweedy— All In
terest In landu lying north and west and
adjacent to following described line: Begin
ning at a old railroad tie at «outheg*t corner
of lot 6 of Mtat<! of Robert Tweedy, thence
•ruth *« degree* tS mlnuten, 131. 25 feet.,
Shaler Well* and Catherine) Well* to Wil
liam Baker— Part lots It And 17, Griffith
M. D. Chamberlln »nd M. K. Chamherlln
to Frank A. Orl/tln— Lot 8, block 1, Brear
ley A Slnsabntigh tract $10
A. H. Brockamp and Katlei A. Brockamp
to Arthur Julius flehul)!— l^ot 22, block A,
Thill, Weber ft Brockamp tract |1O
Mary R. Wilson and J. XV. Wilson to
Rache.l A. McCurdy— Lots 7 and 8, California
Co-operative Colony tract $10
r.mira E. Reynolds (signs Laura E. Rey
nolds) to Heniy J. Hutchel and D*lsy
Butchel — Lot (11. Strong & Dickinson'* Ma
ple Avenue tract $10
Rfiultahle. Trust and Improvement com
pany to KlKsheth Barker— Lot 15, block 25,
West Arlington Heights tract $10
Charle* c. Hiird to Wilbur F. Earl— Lots
II and ft, repist of lot 9, Flower* subdivis
ion r ll«
George. E. Hlttlnger, Lnura F. Ulttlnger.
JI. A. Landwehr and F. Maude Landwenr
to Union Investment company— Part sec
tion 9, township 1 south, range 0 west.. slo
Charles A. Plalsted snd Annie L. F'lalsK-d
to (tenure R. Ives— Part lot 3 and all lot 4,
block 13, California Co-operative Colony
Same to mmc—Partm me— Part lorn 2 and 3, block
13, same tract $1000
William M. HlAtt And Clara M. Hlatt to
Gustav It. Kuhn— Lot 2, W. M. Hlatt'* Esut
Colorado Street trart $19
Title Guarantee, and Trust compAny to A.
C. Ihrke, V.. Ebe.rhart and W. Ihrke— Lot «0,
Wnlnut place ; $l<>
Title Insuranre. and Trust company to
Magnus Roehr— Lot (16, Howen A Chamber
lln'« Main and Flgueroa Street tract
No. 2 HO
W. If. Hentley to Anton Stern — Part sec
tion 20, township 1 south, range 12
west ; $35'"!
D. K. Edwards and S. Kdlth 11. Edwards
to Flora Rivers Stoweli — Lots 13 and 14,
block 3, Urmston tract; part lots 9 and 10,
block O, Mott tract $10
F. 11. Alven, 11. W. Alven and Lydl*
Alven to Pacific Land company — Part lot
1, block 7, Brooklyn tract $10
Lewi* R. Oliver and < Junta Oliver to Mrs.
Terminus Homestead tract '. $76
Carl F. Schader and. Nellie M. Schader to
S. H. Case — Blocks land 3, Schader's ad
B. F. Angstad and Alice Angstad to C. E.
Angstad— Part lot 34, Buhler tract $10
C C. Thomson to Frances Holmes — Lot
11, Oak Knoll tract $10
Augustine Campbell-Johnston to John 1.
Wiley— Lot IS, Nlthsdale tract $10
George I. Mosher and D. J. Mosher to
J. J. Carlocq.— Part lot B, block U, Gar
vanza addition No. 1 $20110
E. F. Sangulnetta to Margarita A. Elchel
bergnr — Lots 39 and 40, block 1*; lots 1 and
2, block 18; lots 23 and 24, block 19, Playa
del Rey townslte $10
Antonio Musncchla to Andrew L. Green —
Part block B, Rancho Santa Oertrudes sub
Mrs. C. P. Miller to Bessie B. Kennedy-
Part lot 2, block 35, Long Beach $10
Mary E. Johnston to Netty Phlpps — Part
lot 3, block F, resubdlvlslon of part Ala
mltoa tract and Alamltoa Beach town
State Bank of San Pedro to Mary Bulll
van—Lot 29, Peck's subdivision of block 35,
cley of San Pedro $10
Louise Landgard and M. O. Landgard to
Minnie Wehstor— Lot 26, Lake Avenuo Syn
dicate tract HO
Edward Sydnor and Isabella Sydnor to
John H. Bascom— Lots 13, 14 and 18, G. A.
Swartwoufs subdivision $10
Walter 11. Lyon and Grace Lyon to
Thomas S. Wadsworth — Part property on
west lino of Alameda street near northeast
corner of block 1, Pryor tract $13
Lots 17 and 19, block 3, Hawkeye tract
No. 3 »!«•
Alamltos Land company to T. C. Turner
and Amelia Turner — Farm lot 131, Alamltos
tract $ 10
Esther Flynn and D. S. Flynn to T. J
Edglngton and Maria A. Edglngton — Lot 6,
Eastslde tract ll*
GeorglaM. Cate and Dallas M. Cate to
Elizabeth M. Byers and Frank S. Byers—
Lot 1, block 12, Heller tract $10
John Walker Patterson to William Rum
gey i jO ts 11 and 12. Heller tract $10
Edward W. Malpas to P. A. E. Wilson-
Part section 27, townßhip 1 north, range 9
Ernest Cuneo and Louisa Cuneo to Alex
ander J. Cuneo— Lots 7 and 8, block 0,
Moulton's addition HO
Cephas Rensberger to George A. Elwell—
P. J. Griiher to a". M. Shook — Agreement
to convey lot 18, block 1, Strong & Dickin
son's subdivision No. 2 $3000
J. D. Plummer and Nellie Phimmer to
Thomas C. Douglass — Lot 17, block 16, Bos
ton Heights HO
M. Metzler to Louis Petchner — Lot 2t,
block 4, Marathon tract $1
Alice E. Stamm to same — Lot 25, block 4,
same tract *10
James G. Ogllvle and Hattle L. Ogllvle to
Alice Schank— Lot 28. Ogllvle's Grand View
Heights tract *10
Pomona Cemetery association to J. S.
Rogers— Lot 206, block T, Pomona ceme
tery V 5
Lura A. Jolyl end Bert P. Jolly to J. P.
Rogers— Lot 46, Welsa tract $10
Gilbert F. Stevenson and Carrie Y. Ste
venson to Kate Harrison — Lot 8, block A,
North San Pedro tract $10
Jennie E Wood and Howard W. Wood to
Jchn E. Beckley and Emma C. Beckley—
Lots 16, 17, 18 and south thirty feet of lot
15. Bravender tract $2600
United Land and Water company to Es
ther Throssel — Lots IB and 17, block 6, San
ta Monica ••»!«
Paul H. Blades and Daniel Stone to Fred
erlka H. Krelle— Lot 10. block A, Wellington
Heights tract subdivision No. 1 $1
R. W. Polndoxter. Frank A. Kelly nnd
W. E. Simpson to Nelly Q. Dodge—Agree
ment to convey lots 14, 15, 16 and 17. Ca
huenga Place addition ;' 1( l? r 0 -
A. E Bell and Mlnnewa Bell to A. W.
McFarland— Lot 19, block C, Grlder & Ham
ilton subdivision VV'V'ii 0
Same to C. D. Fisher— Lot 20, block C,
same tract V"*J,"
William A. Welch. Lottie Welch, Guy El,
Carpenter and Myrtle Carpenter to William
Holloway— Part lot 6, block H, Moore &
Keleher's subdivision $10
Asa Vllllnger, Mattio Villlnger, John \ ll
llnger and Isnbclle Villlng to L. R. Garrett
Part section 8, township 1 south, range 9
John Vllllnsor and Isabello Vllllnger to L.
R. Garrett— Lots 23 nnd 24, block 3, Rich
mond tract addition No. 1 $10
W. M. Gough and Anna E. Gough to
Sarah Holloway — Agreement to convey lot
V, Southern District Agricultural Park. s2ooo
Edwin T. Fowler and Nellie A. Fowler to
George M. Boyd— Part lot 3, Gillls & Roth
child's subdivision. Vogt tract $10
Susan W. Hugglns to Theo. B. Comstook
—Part lot 120, subdivision of oast 12.000
acres of south half of Rancho Ex Mission of
San Fernando ..*lO
Nicholas C. Schlatter to Jacob Sclilattcr
and Barbara Schlatter— Lots 19, 20, 111 and
82. block 28, Pasadena Villa tract %■><»>
Ralph Rogers company to Newell L.
Reynold*— Lots 1, 2 and 3. block 3, High
land Park addition and tract adjoining. sßoo
R. W Polndexter and C. A. Ford to A.
B. Shllllday and Joseph C. Walter—Agreo
ment to convoy lot 8. block A, East Sev
enth Street tract IBM
In the matter of the estate of George W.
Northrup, Jr.. deceased — Order confirming
sale to Horace Boos and Orlando Boos of
part section 23, township 1 south, range 12
Lulgl'Ferrara to Nlcollna Rlcrl— Lot 21.
block C, 11. W. Btanton's subdivision, Goff
Cora Relchard and D. Relchard to Mary
N. Watklns— Lot 21, block 10, The Park
Moye W. Stephens and Mary Hendilck
Stephens to Mary J. Mathews— Part lot 1.
block 8, Bellovue Avenue tract $10
Solomon G. Lohmer and Delia Lehmer to
Ross Hanna. trustee — Undivided half In
terest In part hlock 8. Nichols addition. .$lO
Clara A. Rader to Adolpli Soharff— Lot 7,
block 11, A. A. Burrows' subdivision $10
T. M. Setwart and Annie B. Betwart to
Mrs. F. A. James— Lot B, block M, Knob
Hill tract ♦"■
Henry A. Verge and Mary Verge to Surah
C. Estes-Part lot 21, Brown & Newton's sub
M. E. Cary to Ovid Laws. Jr.— All Interest
In lots i U snd 26. Olen Rock Villa tract.. s376
George Chambers and Caroline M. Chambers
to Annie '/.. llowser— Part lot 4S, Grlder &
Don't Central Aye. tract $10
Ferdinand Godde and Mary Oodde to Ora M.
Fowler— Part lot 6, block A, (loddes sub ..$lO
Mary D. Marsh to Edward J. Farmer-Part
lot 3. block «, Hollywood Ocean View tract $10
Hertha Grotse and Edward F. Orotie to
Thomas J. Griffin— Lot It, Bush tract ....$lO
C. O, Weaver and R. 11. Weaver to Mary
A, Wearno-Part lot 23. Barrett Villa trt $760
Abigail Robinson and W. D. Robinson to
Tyler & Company— UH 11. block X, Harvard
Lura A. Jolly and Bert P. Jolly to Luella.
Rogers— lot 109, Grlder & Dow's subdivision
i'rl»w»lt*r tract • $10
Laura 1 J. Pease (formerly Laura J. Bcott)
snd George W. Peal* to Mary E. Thomas—
I»t 21. Eepulveda'* subdivision block I, Ban
Ni.tli-e to Holder* of Herald Photo lioupou*
Holder! of Herald photo coupon* on Htrnett
& Son's studio wishing sitting* on Buodty
must make . engagement several days In ad
vance, All coupon* muit b* i>r*««ntt>d before
May 16, IWS
Puperlntendefit Packu* yesterday l**ued
building permit* 11* follows:
Aiwot »venn«\ corner Flfty-»«venth «tr»et
— n. CIIIM »nd P. Raclatto, owners find
builder*; two-room frame residence, $75.
Avenue Twenty-one, U1 North— L. D.
Phehorn, owner; S. Glllett, builder; throu
room frame residence, $450.
Dayton avenue. »S.lI — M«r» M. Andrew*,
owner; If. O. Andrew*, builder; one-*tory,
fix-room frame residence, $400.
Downey Avenue, 3020 — K. E. Tlehentlseh,
owner; A Fl»ch«r, builder; two-room framo
F.lghth street, 2319 Esst— Mrs. M. E. Fox,
owner and builder; frame shed, $40.
Flgiiero*, «tre»>t, 822 North— A. J. Ellenger,
owner and builder; frame shed, $40.
Forty-first street, 400 feet west of Moneti
svenue — Wallace Peck, owner; Edward Ken
dall, builder; one-and-a-hntf-story, seven
room, frame residence, $2000.
Fifty-fourth street, 1847 East— Mrs. M. M.
Morgan, owner; 11. C. Clark, builder; one
stnrv frame residence, $100.
Forty-ninth street, IMO Enst— l». L. Toler.
owner and builder: alterations to one-story
frame residence, $35.
Forty-slxth street, 137 West— W. E. I.cc,
owner nnd builder; one-story, five-room
frsme residence, $1200.
Fourth street, 2X23 East— Andrew Behroek,
owner and builder; one-and-a-half-story,
six-room frame residence, $1000.
Grsnd avenue, 212-216 South— Minn It.
.lohn«<>n, owner: F. O. Engi>trum company.
Millder; four-story brick apartment house,
Hewitt, street, 149— ,T If. Snsvely, owner;
Baker *. Baker, builders; two-story, twenty
room frame flat building, $8000.
Isleta street, 201 — 11. Sparling, owner and
builder; three-room frame residence, $300.
Los Angeles street. 175 feet south of Wood
mnn street — Anna Hlumherg, owner; C. W.
Blumberg, builder; one-story, four-room
frame resident, $400.
Orme avenue, 1145— . T. A. Schmidt, own
er; W. T. White, builder: one-story, three
room frame residence, $2i>o.
Knnta Cruz street, 21M— Llula M. Bid
lake, owner; Spurlln Building company,
builder; four-room frame building. $437.
Semplo street, 2729 — R. M. Robhlnn, own
Seventh street, 1*25 West— Home Telo
phone and Telegraph company, owner: Cali
fornia Ornamental Brick company, builder;
one-story brick building, $3750.
Sixth street. 92« West— George W. Kitch
en, owner; Johnston ft Kitchen, builders;
three-story, fifty-four-room frame apart
mrnt house, $11,000.
Tennessee street, 1405 — A, Jelenek, owner;
E. L. Bowser, builder; one-story, five-room
frame residence, $1000.
Thirty-third street, 1862 East— Mr*. Hi.
I.lle, owner; A. J. Miller, builder; one-«tory
frame barn, $100.
Towne avenue, 634— 5, V. Gregg, owner:
D. F. Couplln. builder: two-story, twenty-
Twenty-flrst street, 1924 West — E. O.
Thomas, owner and builder; one-and-n-hal..
story, seven-room frame residence, $2000.
Twenty-«»cond street, 1511 Enst — George
Terry, owner; J. M. Cllne, builder: one
story, six-room frame residence, $1400.
Vermont avenue, 4210— P. .T. Wilson, own
er and builder; two-story store building,
Winston street, 211— N. Bonnllo. owner- E.
F. Low, builder; three-story brick building,
WESTERN MINING STOCKS
The following were the quotations at the Los
Angeles Western Mining Stock exchange yes-
' Bid. Asked.
RlnKhnm Con •« -S3
Daly West "-7| UM
Con. Mercur J» •"„
Silver Shield WV4 .29%
Belmont !•»> 1-J2J4
Golden Anchor M -JBV4
Gold Mountain If •«
Great Western 04Vi -04V4
Jim Butler 9I -JJ
Jim Butler Extension 2« -JJ
Llttlo Tonopah 2.20 2.23
MacNamara ■«» ,•*!»
Midway 1-53 1.55
Montana *■%• 3 -f
North Star JS .68Vi
Ohio Tonopah 3°V4 _•••
Tcnonah Extension :... &.30 &.&>
Tonopah of Nevada 13.87 Vi 14.50
Black Butte 31Vj .32
dlx^.J. I .'! 3 ..::::::::::::::"::: :5« 3
Ooldlleld Mtn. of Nev 56 .60
Ji.mbo M -Wvi
K^ar-:::::::::::::::::::::::::: | %
Red Top 38 .40
Sandstorm 44J4 •»
Silver Pick Ifiji •"„
Nevada Southern 09U .09^
Bullfrog Mining Co 1.01«4 1.02
Bullfrog Nat. Bank 3» -3JJH
L°g« Harris"::::::.:::::::::::::.'.".' '.^ '%*.
Original Bullfrog 3->H .36
Sleinway 20 •"
3.601 Blng Con .. .32W r.,ODfl Dixie 19V4
,1,000 Con Mercur .55U 1.000 di 20
1,000 Silvershteld .29 3.000 do (b30)... .21
600 do 29% 500 Jumbo 81%
1,500 Belmont .... 1.32 200 do 80
1,000 Gold Anchor .93 600 do 81
4,500 do 94>,4 500 do BIV4
2,000 Gold Mtn .. .15<i 100 Kendall Zl'/4
3 000 do 16 2,000 Lone Star... .15U
2;000 do 16^2,600 do 16
3,000 Ot. Western MM 200 Red Top ... .39
300 Jim Butler.. .94 M 0 Sandstorm . .43Wj
200 do OUJ 500 do 44V6
700 do 93 1,500 Silver Pick .154
2.000 Little Ton.. 2.20 4,0»0 do 16 .
1.500 MacNamara .4.iifc2O,<K)O Nev Sou .. .09«
50!) Montana .. 3.25 1,000 Bull Mm .. 1.02
200 do 3.30 2,700 do 1.0H4
2.500 North Star.. .67 5.000 Bull Natl.. .38V4
2,000 do 68 2.M0 do 39
2 500 O Tonopah.. .36 6.000 do 39^
10<) Ton Ext.... 5.23 3.500 do 39ft
]0O do 6.30 1.00(1 Gold Bar .. .43
500 do 5.25 2.0(10 Llge Harris .0314
2.500 Black Butte .31 3,000 do 03« i
1,000 do 81% 5.000 Orig Bullfrg .36
1 000 Dla Field... .53^4 2.000 Eclipse 37
2,000 do 84V4 5,000 do 38
Los Angeles Mining Exchange
Sales on the Miners' exchange yesterday
Bid. Asked. Sales.
Belmont 1.43 1.43 100
Tonopah Nevada 14.00 14.2", 37
Bullfrog N. U 40 .4014 500
Rlue Bull 34',a -24? i
Black Buito 31 .32 600
Kawlch 1« -17 I.*™
Kendall 23 -23 LOW
Midway 1.5* l.fiK
Hutler 95 .8V.3 500
Silver Pick 13 .14!4 500
North Star 70 .71 100
Dixie 21 -2-' 3.°°«
Dlamondfleld 54 .55 500
Montana 3.2.'i S.2fi 55
jumbo Wj -2" 800
Mac Namara 41 .lii 800
Red TDP 39 .40 1.000
Oolcineld B 12U .13 3,000
GoldflPld L. A «2',, ."3 1,000
Ooldfleld Herald Oil .03 1,000
Tnnopnh Goldfleld mi .U4 3,000
Blue Ridge 00 .14 6,000
Arizona Copper Hill 64 .fi.l 3,000
Seward Syndicate 16 .17 4,(100
Espeianza ni .OV.i 6,000
Golden Gate l.Hi .IS 1.000
Hlg Elk 00 ."4 4.000
Sandstorm 47 .4S 6(10
F.cllpso 39 .40 500
Mayno IS .10 1.000
Llge Harris .. .o'> .116 3.nrtO
Golden Anchor 9:t .94 500
New Era 04 .us 1,000
Anvil Springs 80 .32
Little Jessie t5 .28
Johnnie Consolidated .. .IS .13
Keystone 18 .20
Uelmont 142 1.4:t
Tnnnpah Nevada 14. nil 14.25
l.ullfrog : .- .40 .40^
LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS
American National 11614 11RV4
Lroadway Hank and Trust Co. .. 140 H7
Citizen*' National 170
Commercial National 101 103
Dollar Savings llank ...., 130 U0
Equitable Savings Kank 130
Farmers and Merchants' National 236
First Nationsl 838
German American *<£ 400
Home Savings Kank «f L A SO
Lo* Angeles National 195 ZOO
Loa Angeles Trust Co 104 113
Merchants' National 30«
Merchant's Trust Co mi 1 ,, 110
National Bank of Cal 1M M 0
Security Saving! Bank 150 ...
Southern California Savings 250
Southwestern National f.. IKH, US
State llank & Trust 100
\V»st Bid* Bank 103 110
Unton Hank of Bavlngs «N ...
United StaUa National Bank .... 177
Associated Oil Co f«(j *9
California Paolr>o Rulway M 104
Corona City Water Co . 101
Corona Power snd Water C 0.... ... 100
Cucamonga Water Co. 100 103
Hum* Telephone »5 lis
EdUon Blactrtu Co., Con M ,', 1U
Loa Angeles & Hadondo Ry. Co. ..... ...
Loa AngtlM o*i Coo. Mtgs. < ku 101 ■:, ... r
Mission Tr«n.. * R. Co. ITH
Paolflo F'.ecfrto Railway Co, .... 10) 116H
Mt. Lowe R*siw*r Co. m - tivt
Ontario Dem, Water Co. H lot ,
Pacific I/irM Power Co. ion* VA
TemeacDi Witter Co
United Klertrtc O. * P. Co M I«l
Pomona Con. water Co M
Rl»*rslde Light *• Fuel Co ... 100
San Antonio W*o»r Co 10« 101
Punts. Barhnra Kleotrlo Railway.. Vt 1«3
F.-nsldo Wiiter Co . M ...
Phoenix Light end .Fuel C 0...... ... JO9
Pomona <t Ontario X* ft F. Co 10<l
Vlsslla Water Oo VI M
Union Transportation Co MV4 »«?4
Edison Electr'.% old t«s«e 100 101
U. B Long Dli>. T. *t. Co., pref. It ...
Prices Include accrued Interest.
Edl»on F.ier-trlc preferred M.OO ...
Edison Kloctrlc, com J9.00
Emergency Hospital 4D.08
Homo Telephone SS.SO 57.00
Home Trust W.M 57.00
L. A. Jockey Club 80.00 190.00
Tl!|.. G A T'ris*, preferted 116.00
Title I. h Tnist, preferred ..... .111.54 .....
Cal. Portland Cement C 0... 15.0*1 ,,,
nun Drug Co. M ...
Seaside Water Co 70.M ...','
Pacific Wireless Tel. Co S.IIO
I^s Angeles Hrewerr 110.01
California Hospital 95.00 ...
nil ?.'<\ .41
Fullerton Oil w,
Fullerton Con 23
Continental 2l'l .2'
Globe O*U .06!4
Home (Whlttler) 70
Mexlcsn Petroleum .1214
Reed Crude I* .21
Olln4a Land Co 03H .OBV4
United Petroleum 136.00 140.00
Whittler Con. Oil 01 .01%
Puente Oil Co f> ...
West Lake «1U . •••
Western Union *».M
Central .' >3
Rlshee W«st Co 02 .05
Hull.. Lodx !.. 20.50 30.00
Ilufii M. & M. Co 80
Golden Argus 14.00 21.00
Green Con 37.00 $0.00
Jesse Bell OS
Nevada Chief <*%
New Era 08
Nevada Keystone ... .»
Peninsula M. & M. Co 01 .08
Quartette 1.50 ...
Searchlight M. * M. Co 40 .50
Verde King 13Vfc
Los Angeles Bank Clearings
Exchanges for the banks comprising the Lo*
Angeles Clearing hou*e are as follows:
1906. 1904. 1903.
May 15 ....$1,671,299.60 $1,13»,036.53 $1,166,430.10
May 16 .... 1,035,59«.77 1,204,076.62 D11.822.5S
May 17 1,672.629.73 1.411,055,71 1,330,813.19
RAILROADS DISCONTINUE -
POPULAR TOURIST TRAINS
Wlth the winter tourist season prac
tically at an end and a consequent de
crease In travel to and fro from tne
east, the Santa Fe will, on June 4, -with
draw Its dally limited service from Chi
cago to Los Angeles, letting two trains
each -week do the work previously done
Superintendents Gibson of Winslow,
Walker of Fresno, Hitchcock of San
Bernardino and Denalr of Needles were
In Los Angeles yesterday to discuss the
rearrangement of a new time card, of
which the withdrawal of the dally lim
ited is to be one of the changes.
Under the new rules the limited train
will leave Los Angeles Mondays and
Thursdays and, departing from Chicago
on' Tuesdays and Saturdays, arrive here
on the following Fridays and Tuesdays.
The Southern Pacific, contrary to the
rule of previous years, has withdrawn
two of its trains from service. The
order went into effect yesterday by
which No. 7, arriving daily from El
Paso at 6:30 o'clock a. m., and train No.
8, leaving here daily for El Paso at 12:10
p. m., are annulled.
The changes are made necessary by
the fact that this season the Rock
Island |s to continue Its Golden State
Limited in service. Hitherto it has
been begun Deoember 25 and annulled "in
the latter part of the following April.
This season, however, the train proved
such a favorite with the traveling pub
lic that It was determined not to re
move it, and as a venture the Rock
Island officials will keep It on the time
Trains Nos. 9 and 10 of the Southern
Pacific, which run between Los Angeles
and El Paso, will be run in two sec
tions In order to take care of the traffic
and make connections, which are not
convenient with the annulment of
trains 7 and S.
COOKING WITH GAS
The simmering burner
keeps a pot boiling for al-
most nothing as long as you
like: boil cabbage, for in-
stance, all day if you like.
Midway between Sawtelle and Santa, Monica,
on the lino of the Los Angeles Pacific railroad,
lies the new and beautiful townslte of Sierra
Vista. Streets -have been curbed, sidewalks
laid and water is being piped to every lot.
Already more than $30,000 worth of lots have
been sold at auction and the plat Is two-thirds
disposed of. Another auction, perhaps tho final
next Saturday, be-ji'nnlng at 10 o'clock a. m.
For those persons wishing to Invest a snia'l
amount of money advantageously It will prove
worth while to call at the offices of A. F.
Webster &- Co.. in tho Mason block, Los An-
and maps of the plat will be cheerfully given.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
OF CALIFORNIA. In and for tho County of
Los Aiiiri'lesi. Southern Paclfla Railroad Com-
pany, plaintiff, w. George Fennell and John
Doe, defendants— Action brought In the Supe-
rior court of the Sta'e of California, In and
for tho County of Los Angelea, and the com-
plaint tiled In the ofllce of the clerk of the said
court In thu »n!.l county.
The People of thu State of California send
greeting to George Fennell and John Doe, de-
fendants: You are hereby required to appear
In an action brought against you by the above-
named plaintiff, in the Superior Court of the
suite of California, In and for the County of
I,"* AntfclcH, and to answer the complaint filed
therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day
of servlee) utter the service on you of this
summons If served In thu said county; or. If
served elsewhere, within thirty days.
Ami you hereby notified 'hat If you
rail to no uppea' mil answer, the plaintiff will
apply tv the court l<jr the relief demanded In
Given under my hand and the seal of iha
Superior Court of the State of California, In
and for the County of Los Angeles, this 15th
day ot August, IVO4.
C. O. KEYKS, Clerk.
by D. S. BUIISON, Deputy Clerk.
Wm. Singer, Jr., and Guy Thorp, attorneys
BKALKD PROPOSALS WIU, UK UKCI2IVKD
at ofHce of Treasurer Pacilki Branch, N. H. -
I). V. 8.. Soldiers' Home, Los Angelue County.
Cal., until 12 o'clock in., Juns 8, 1046, snd then
opened, for replnHitrlinr walls In Barrack I.
In accordanca with Instruction!! and specifica-
tions, copies of which, with blanic proposals
and "thu- information, may b« had upon appli-
cation to T. J. Cootirsnc, Treasurer.
scaled' proposals will üb'hkceivkd
* ut ufik-B of Treasurer l'suitlo branch. N. 11.
D. V. H., Soldier*' Horn*. Los Aiignlts County. ,
(at., until 18 o'clock in., JU'M 8, 1803, and than
i>i cued, for co i*t ru .'i 'tKi of storags reservoir,
111 *cuordano« with Instructions mid »prclrtc»-
turns, coplt* of which, j with blank proposals
«nd othir information, may he had upon »y-