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LOS ANGELES, Jtm__J._
Tlme'.l Bar! I f iT~j_.7l l~WlndTv"e'T w ?*t!!l
0"* mfj<rKf rM~l 77 j NR I 1 I Clear.
Ipml 29 SO I W I M I . W I 15 I Clear.
I Maximum temperature. 77.
Minimum temperature, 63.
KAN FRANCISCO, June 5.-W(trmer
weather prevails In the great vnlley of
California and in the Sierra. No ruin
has fallen In California, but light show
ers nre reported In Oregon, eastern
Washington and Idnho.
I/on Aniteleg and vicinity— Fair Tuesday;
fresh west wind.
BACON-rLEASANT— Joshua Bacon, 2fl.
native of Georgia and resident of Riv-
erside. Hnd Carrie L. Pleasant, 24, na-
tive of Alabama and resident of Los
WlLc'oX-WILHKY— Ralph R. Wllcox,
24, native of Minnesota and resident of
Los Angeles, nnd Grace Wllhey, 23, na-
tive of California and resident of Los
FORMERIO-ARIEOLE— Peter FQrmerlo,
24, native of Itnly nnd resident of Los
Angeles, nnd Oliiseplna Arleole, 24, na-
tive of Italy and resident of Los An-
CROWFOOT-MACE— Frederick Crowfoot,
25, native of Wisconsin and resident of
Los Angeles, and Lorena B. Mace, 20,
native of Washington and resident of
DURKEE-PETERSON— Nathan Diirkee,
«0. native of New York nnd resident of
Los Angeles, nnd Emma J. Peterson,
3f>, native of Wisconsin and resident of
POWER-WEAVER— Chnrlen O. Power,
35. native of Illinois and resident of Los
Angeles, and Nellie C. Weaver, 32. na-
titve of Los Angeles and resident of
CONZET-TROUT— Duke A. Conzet, 30.
native of Illinois nnd resident of Los
' Angeles, and Gertrude C. Trout, 20, na-
tive of Illinois and resident of Los An-
CnVsE-CURTIS-Walter M. Chnse. 22,
native of Massachusetts and resident of
Los Angeles, nnd Eda A. Curtis. li>. na-
tive of Indiana and resident ot Los An-
NEELY-MAXSON— Robert 11. Neely. 29.
native of Mississippi Rnd resident of
Monrovia, and Fay Maxson. 22, native
of California nnd resident of El Mont?.
HINDS-VALENTINE— CharIes E. Hinds.
39. native of Illinois and resident of Los
Angeles, nnd Caroline E. Valentine, 52,
native of Massachusetts and resident of
TISCHLER-GKDEON— Joseph W. Tlsch-
ler, 30, native of Hungary and resident
of Los Angeles, nnd Agnes M. Oedeon,
30, native of Hungary and resident of
WEBER-AULD— Ernest J. Weber. 2S. na-
tive of Switzerland and resident of
Santa Monica, and Mary E. Auld. 21,
native of Wisconsin and resident of
COMETT- WILLARD— Frank M. Comett.
31, native of Wisconsin and resident of
Moorpark. and Mary A. Willard, 24, na-
tive of Idaho and resident of Hueneme.
SHARP-TIFFANY— Orlando C. Sharp, 25,
native of Illinois and resident of Los
Angeles, and Susie C. Tiffany. 3f>, nn-
ttlve of Minnesota and resident of Los
ROGERS— James B. and wife. California
hospital, June 4, a daughter.
Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and em-
balmers; lady assistant. 433 S. Hill. Tel.
ARISCO-Joseph. 127 North Chicago
street, aneurism of the aorta, aged 43
BAGNELL— John J.. 922 West Third
. street, pulmonary tuberculosis, aged 27
BURNS-Paul, 527 Ruth avenue, phthisis
pulmonalis, aged 18 years.
DE OXBY— Encarnacion, Mission road,
accidental crushing by trolley car, aged
DONOVAN— Leo. 2002 East Eighth street,
entero-colitls, aged 3 months.
HOOlTZ— Dominick, county hospital, en-
docarditis, aged 54 years.
MULBERRY-Eliza, 1118 West Temple
street, carcinoma of the stomach, aged
NEUSPAUM-Daniel, county hospital,
carcinoma of the stomach, aged 56
N^CHOLSON-Silas. 2914 Michigan ave-
nue, cerebral embolism, aged 61 years.
POPPERNELL— AIbert H., infant, 1123
Vermont avenue, stillborn.
SANDERS-H. C. 324% East Third street-
pneumonia, aged .r>o. r >0 years.
TUCKER— Shadrach. county hospital,
pulmonary tuberculosis, aged 44 years.
WHITEHEAD— Anna E., 539 East Twen-
tieth street, nppondicltls, aged 40 years.
BRESEE BROS. CO. "BSHS™
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
t-dy AMUtant Attend. IIMiFRTAKFRS
I_dlw and Children. -IwLH lAI\_I\O
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
Funeral directors, 810-812 S. Flower atreet.
Our lady undertaker, Ml«s Elizabeth Thompson,
In attendance for women and children day or
night. Phone Main 1827; Home 227.
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
I!M»KHXAKKKS, have removed to 1081 So.
Grand Aye. Phone« — Main 403; Homo 403.
Massage, electric, tub, vapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 225' A W.
First. Home 3X09
BATHS AND MASSAGE
VA POR AN D V SPRAY J BATHS, 1 * MA S-
sage nnd electricity; experienced op-
erators. (118% SOUTH SPRING ST..
rooms 6, 7 and 8. Hours from 9 to 11.
NEWLY OPENE D-22<TfR a¥k LI N ST.
Baths, massage, vibratory treatment
and electric blanket. Eastern graduate
PALATIAL BATHS. EASTERN
trained operators. Tub, vapor ami
electrlo lilankf* baths. Hours 9-U.
127 Vi N. BRODWAY.
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS-NO SUN~-
day treatment; of lice hours, 9to 9. 223
W. SECOND ST., Rooms 213-215. llomi!
VAPOR AND TUB BATHS, MASSAIU:
and electric, treatment. Room 225. 702
SOUTH SPRING STREET. Telephone,
SCIENTIFIC AND "MAGNETIC! MAS-
sage. Tub baths 50 cents. Room 16.
SPRINO ST."'' tO " ": *"■ 316 Vi BOUTH
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BATH AND
massage business. Very reasonable If
sold at once. 215 N. BROADWAY.
THE MITCIIELL BATHS AND MAS-
sage parlors— 2lB NORTH MAIN'
STREET. Office 11. Phone Home 1159.
BATHS AND MASSaTFe-HY EXPERT
Suite 6 and 7.. NO. 6M\j H. BPRING.
bOUTHKKN BATH PARLOUS, 444
SOUTH SPRING. Suites 1 and 2.
TUB, VAPOR 11AT1I8, MASSAGE. 664
. SOUTH LOS ANGELES BT.
FlA TUB- ROOM 2~309" TEMPLE ST.
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
business medium and life reader. Read-
ings dally. Satisfaction or no pay.
Test circles Tuesdays, Thursdays, ev-
enings, 8 o'clock. ROOM 16, Urn
SOUTH SPRING HT. *
' MAOAM~iIENR7 '.
Scientific Card Reader, I'almist and
Appointments made. Home phone 22831.
MRB~PARKEH. PALMIST AND CLAm*-
voyanl. 4W,i SOUTH SPKINQ BTRUET,
room (. 'v;
lIUMMBIi BROB. A CO.,
A dtrlctly flrnt-claM, reliable sgenoy.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
110-118 East Second street.
Between Mnln «nd Los Angeles sts.
Largest and best equipped offices on
the I'aclflc const.
HUMMEL BROS A CO.,
HA and 118 E. 2d St.
Telephones— Main 609.
Home 509. ■-
rirnt-rlm* acn -KpanAP Koilcltor*.
Apply at circulating depnrtment be«
twwn 7i30 and 8 a. nt. nnd 4 tan and
1.0.1 ANGELES lIHItAMI.
WANTED-A MAN TO~ TAKE HALF
interest In n flourishing real estate
company. Small Investment required,
Guaranteed results of $40.00 per week,
clear of all expensed. Call room 45,
607V4 SOUTH BROADWAY.
MOLE~R'B~BARBER COLLEGE WILL
make special rate to next 20 students;
tuition earned while learning; positions
Kuarnnteed. Call or write, il3 E 2d st.
tiHAI)KR* WA.\Ti;l>— "~~
Wanted — 100 graders and skinners
for T. pnd T. R. R. Nt Las Vegas,
Nev. Good wages given.
WANTED-A RUSTLER^ A BUSINESS
man to take a working Interest In an
entnhllshed real estate nuplnrna. Apply
412 CHAMBER OF COMMK RC E.
WANTED-fi PER CENT NET INTER-
est, payable seml-annually on our paid-
up certificates; nothing better In the
market; tiniform satisfaction given for
eight years past; safe ns government
bonds; secured by deposit of first mort-
gages with a trustee; investigate; write
for booklet and Information to the
PROTECTIVE SAVINGS. BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. W. O.
Blewltt. Secretary, 101 N. Broadway,
OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE
DO A RENTAL BUSINESS—
IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
MINES & FAKISIt,
315 SOUTH HILL STREET.
Your vacant lots to sell If prices are
209 Laughlin Bldg.
Formerly connected with Alderson &
To Purchase — Miscellaneous
WANTED-TO BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. We pay 1-3 more than
others. COLYEAR'S. 322-24 S. Main.
Phones: Main 1117; Home 2154. ■_
To Purchase — Real Estate
WE HAVE A CASH CUSTOMER FOR
8-room modern dwelling. Westlake vi-
cinity;, must be a bargain.
529-531 Laughlin Building.
WANTED-DEALERS AND PAPER-
hangers to write for sample books of
wall paper, paints, etc. WALTER
BROS.. 627 S. Spring.
1905 LEWIS AND CLARK^ScPOSITIOn'.
For nrst-class hotel and room accom-
modations In Portland during the ex-
position apply at once and send your
reservation fee of $2.00 to apply on rent
of your room.
Rooms in all parts of the city, 50 cents
to $2 a day.
RESERVE YOUR ROOMS WITHOUT
DELAY AND GET fOUR CHOICE.
Write for full information to DEPT.
12. EXPOSITION ACCOMMODATION
The only official bureau of the Lewis
and Clark fair.
» Portland, Ore.
BETTERTHAN A FRUIT RANCH. AN
ORANGE OR LEMON GROVE-THE
FAMOUS GLEN ROCK SPRINGS.
NO IRRIGATING, FUMIGATING OR
CULTIVATING. AN ASSURED IN-
COME EVERY DAY TN THE YEAR.
YOU CAN GET A TEN-YEAR LEASE
ON THESE SPRINGS ON GOOD
TERMS. SEE BURKE BROS., 458 S.
SPRING, OR W. C. WEAVER, OWN-
ER. HIGHLAND PARK, CAL.,
NORTH AVENUE 61.
PIONEER CARPET CLEANING
works— Tel. Main 217; Home 217. 756 S.
OLIVE. Upholstering and carpet clean-
SO. CAL. "TRANSFER CO.— TRUNK 3,
-'5c and up; general drayage. 'Pels Main
3454; Home 2184. 317 W. SECOND ST.
THE GLEN CAIRN IS NOW OPEN AS
a first-class family hotel. Terminal,
Cal. E. E. HOWARD. Proprietor.
fully treat all female diseases and ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
sultation free. Hours, 9 a. in. to 8 p.
HI.; Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m.- 204 MER-
CANTILE PLACE, over 543 S. Spring.
LONG. SUCCESSFUL PRACTICeT"e"x"-
perieneed, competent ladies' specialist;
strictly reliable; cases guaranteed.
MRS. WOODS, 851 W. 10th, bet. Fig-
ueroa and Francisco.
CANCER CURED— MRS. S. J. RRIDGE
remedy. Free treatment given worthy
poor Tuesdays nnd Fridays, 2 to 4 p. m.
J. C. ALDRICH, M. D., 454 So. Spring
SOUTHERN HOME~FOR LADIES DUR-
InfiT confinement; homea for children.
I»R. O. E. SMITH, 727 Bellevue avo.
Tel. Main 2364.
ji'LIAN MACRAeT" ELECTRICIAN-
Mi'-ntiil and nervous diseases. 1030 S.
HOPE. Home 4004.
DR. TAYLOR -FEMALE SPECIALIST
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER,
MINING AND ASSAYING
if you have any min-
ing shares to sell list
them with sierra syn-
dicate, 713 ii. w. hellman
bldg. they have in-
quiries every day from
THIS Cl_\BB OF STOCKS.
713 11. W. HELLMAN BLDG.
practice; no fee without success. Call or
write G. W. COOK, 621 Stlmson blk.. cor.
Third and Spring. Open every evening.
DIVORCE LAWS-^ADVICK FREE; NO
fee without success; private. J. H.
SMITH, 123 W. Third at.. Room 106, it
to 6 pm.
Wllcox Building, deals in bonds, mort-
gages and other nrst-class securities.
Loans negotiated at lowest market
rates. If you wish to lend money on
' tiiot mortgages, I can place It for you
safely anq at a fair rale of Interest.
Reference: First National Bank, Los
Aiif eles National Bank,
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1905.
4 rooms, new and modern; excellent
location: $14 to rietlrnble tenant.
CITY ntIILDING COMPANY.
«29H S. Brondway. Phone 1619.
114-FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAG G.
1 1206 Santa Fe; Bl»o 1710 Normnndlo
street, $18, Including water. WIEH-
ENDANGER. 821 Lmnhlln Building. 80
FOR RBNT-SIR.OO PER MONTH; NKW,
modern 5-room cottage. 11.>3 HOBAKT
BOULEVARD. Phone West 2051.
FOR RENT — BEAUTIFULLY FtTR-
• nlshed new and modern fl-room cottnge,
including piano, telephone, electricity
I nnd gas: everything complete; one
block from Went Arlnma; possession
June 15 to September 30; references cx-
_chnnged_ : Address BOX 23H, Herald.
j; Furnished Rooms
' IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THE
best place In Los Angeles to room
nnd board, cnll nt 305 S. Bunker Hill:
• highest elevation In city; a nice, quiet
home, newly furnished nnd homo
, cooking. Tnke Angel's Flight, then
; go two blocks west. Rates low for
1 the summer.
: FOR RENT— A NICELY FURNVSHK.D
outside Hlry bed room nt 5M WEST
1 FIRST ST., cor. Olive. Cnll evenings
, nfter 7 o'clock.
("THREE ROOMS. COMPLETELY
1 furnished, new. housekeeping, In new
I building. 218 NORTH FREMONT. 30
I "7ia7.'" ______
TO LET — MODERN FLATS— WAT.ER
free. • • .
$10 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
, $12 — ?■ rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
, $12 — 3 rooms, 334 S. Figuoroa.
$13.fiO — "> rooms. 21!» N. Flgueroa.
$16 — 3 rooms, 334 S. Flgueroa, fur-
Jl6— s rooms. 1013 W. Dlnmond.
1 JIB-5 rooms. 1016 W. Ist.
Jlfi— 4 rooms, 910 W. Ist.
$16 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, lur-
$18 — 3 rooms, 218 N. Fremont, fur-
WIESENDANGER, 221 Laughlin Bid. 30
TO LET— CLOSE-tN"KLAT OF SEVEN
Inrge rooms: plenty of air and ■ min-
shlno. 42.S S. GRAND A Y E.
TO LET— A PARTMENTS A 7?A 7 ? "THE
LYONS," P2S South Hope street; Hnrly
furnished housekeeping suites, nil out-
side rooms; new building, new furni-
ture, polished lioors; summer rates.
FOR Sl6 YOU CAN RENT THREE
rooms, completely furnished, new,
elegnnt; housekeeping; gns range,
bath, telephone, hot water; close in.
334 SOUTH FIOUEROA; also 204
NORTH FREMONT. »0 unfurnished. 30
Stores and Offices -
STORES AXU OFFICES FOR
REVI 1 .
We lmvr office nnd desk
• liiii-p In the following well
Coulter block, 217 South
It. W. Hellman block, cor-
ner Fourth and Spring.
Sixth and Main streets.
See R. A. ROWAN & CO.,
IN NEW BUILDING. 209-2U NORTH
TO LET —
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
HOUSES. COTTAGES AND FLATS.
.'-room cottage, Oak st 920
.'-room cottage. S. Flower 5t......*25
4-room cottage, Blame st 920
n-room cottage, Pico Heights $20
n-room cottage, S. Union SIS
n-room cottage, Pico st $20
n-room cottage, S. Union S2.">
0-room cottage, W. llth *20
n-room cottage, W. 12th $17
3-room cottage, W. 20th *S
(l-room cottage, W. 31st £22.50
n-room cottage, Georgia St., fur-
r.-room cottage, W. 2Ud, furnished .$2O
7 room cottage, Park Grove, fur-
"-room cottage. W. 31st, furnished. S2«
S-rooiu house, Orange, uiifurniHhprl.s4o
N-room house, RampHi't, furnished. 940
12-room house, Westlake avo., fur-
nished . $125
n-room hoiiMe, Estrella St., fur-
Call at our rental department. Wo
make a specialty of handling first-
class houses and cottages In all parts
of the city, and have a large list to
It. A. ni'IITO* REALTY CO.,
4111-4 IK l.niittlilin RuUrtlng.
Plioneo — lloiiip 7IW"; Tin 1111 11 4711.
DR. C. H. WALKER,
Rooms 4 and 5, Ramona Bldg..
Cor. Third and Spring, Los Angeles.
Specialist In extracting teeth by new
method. Harmless and painless.
schiffmXn* dental coT;
107 N. Spring St.— Painless extracting
filling, crown and bridge work, flexible
rubber plates. Pure gold fillings. 73c
up; all other fillings, 50e up; cleaning
teeth, f>oc up; gold crowns and bridge
work, $2.50 up; sets teeth, $2.50 up. Also
open evenings and Sunday forenoons.
FRANK BTBVENsT3244To. SPRING
LOST AND FOUND
■,-, - -j.j-.rL-.-.-.n.-Jth.-L-^j-Ln.-.-.rjvA^n>vn^.
LOST— ON SPRING ST.. BETWEEN IST
and 4th, Friday, black jacket, dark red
lining. Return to MRS. C. DAVIS.
610^ 8. Spring.
LOST-LIGHT OVERCOAT IN SOUTH-
west part of city Return to 309 WEST
FIRST BT. Reward.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Fire Proof. 415-19 San Pedro St.
Open storage or separate iron rooms.
Moving and packing reasonable rates.
Cash advanced on storage.
Main Office, 322 S. MAIN.
Phones— -Main 1117: Homo 21R4.
tlh^^ol?F n ls~~?>nT^?yl^w3u~t^
with center guide, causing perfect
■ alignment and beautiful work. Yost
users And no ribbon saves money.
"Light running." durable. YOBT
OFFICF,. 138 B. Broadway.
Planoa rented at low rates. A. G.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE. Ltd., VS
Winston st. .PhOM Black. _3; Horn*
I Don't I
i Over E^ert Yourself i
♦ A Herald Llaer Will Save ♦
f You Much Worry and Trouble |
MONEY TO LOAN
CAsTP^CON TIDE NTIA LI .y"Toa"nE D
fsnlarled persons on note without secur-
ity, without employers' knowledge and
without lndorsers; easy pnymentß; posi-
tively lowest rates. Notes bought, lon us
on lociil stocks, etc. Hours 10:30 n. m.
to 1 p. m. and 2 to H:3O p. tn. COM-
MERCIAL DISCOUNT CO., 504 Front
MONEY TO LOAN—
Loans mnde Ht 7 per cent on cottages,
bungalows. prlvnto resiliences nnd
business property In sums of $wo<l to
$10.nnn. Prompt nttentlon pnld to nil
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
Qrounil floor. - 2tS W. Third St.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATBB-
for building or on Improved property,
or In good outside towns. NEW PLAN
OF INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS. In-
terest decreases as you pay. STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCI-
ATION. 107 South Broadway, Los An-
ANY AMOUNT CW FURNITURE,
plnnos, household goods, machinery,
etc.. If stored in our new fireproof ware-
house. Office 322 S. Main. COLYEAR
WAREHOUSE CO., Phone Main 1117,
THE CRESCENT LOAN CO.. SUITE 70i>'-
701 Lankershim building, cor. 3rd and
Spring. Loans money to salaried peo-
ple on their note without security or
endorser; strictly confidential.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security: easy pay-
ments. Largest business In 50 principal
cities. TOLMAN. Room 430 Mason
Bldg., cor. 4th and Broadway.
ON DIAMONDS] FURNITURE. LlVE-
stock, etc., low rates; prompt, reliable.
REID & CO., 112 S. Broadway, Room
126. Phone 1926.
MONEY TO LOAN— THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 319 and 320 Douglas building,
will lend money on city or county real
R. W. POISDKXTBH, 400 WILCOX
niiln.. loiiiih in. in, -,v ou ri-nl estate,
stocks and bonds. Building loans a
R. N. LAMBERTH & CO.,
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS.
Suite 414, Braly Building.
LET US BUILD YOUR HOME!
WHAT. WE PUT IN OUR HOUSES:
Only first-class workmanship and
plumbing, beautiful china closets In the
new colonial type, polished floors, beau-
tiful columned arches, sliding doors,
combination fixtures and everything
that goes to make a completely modern
home. Not the smallest detail is
omitted— we turn your house over to
you all ready for occupancy.
Call and see our plans. Wo have over
one hundred different drawings to se-
lect from and it is no trouble to sketch
you out another, if you desire changes,
to suit your own ideas.
R. N. LAMBERTH. & CO.,
Suite 414, Braly Bldg.
Phones: Home 2629; Main iS'2.
COME AND SEE MY PLANS FOR UP-
to-dnte homes of every description; nil
modern and up to ilate, with such lux-
uries us you probably do not realize can
go In homes of moderate cost. 1 make
no charge for plans, even when specially
prepared to meet your ideaß.
WH, STAN SKI MI. II,
nooM :ii.'> iiomkh i.ai i;iii,i\ ni.nt;
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
TOWNSEND, LYON, HACKLEY~&
FRANCIS M. TOWNSEND, formerly
of Townnend Bros.
FREDERICK S. LYON, formerly with
GEORGE T. HACKLEY, formerly
with Townaond Bros.
ARTHUR P. KNIGHT, formerly with
Solicitors of U. 8. and Foreign Patents,
Trade-Marks and Copyrights. Patent,
trade-murk and copyrights suits In all
courts. Rooms 501-?iO7 Merchants' Trust
Building, 209 S. BROADWAY, Los An-
HAZARD & HARPHAM, PATENTS,
Pioneers. SPRING AND FIFTH. Pat-
ent hook fico.
HOTEL ?» SHERIDAN, 805~ "CENTRAL
aye. New management. Large, airy,
outside rooms. Running hot water.
Electric lights and hell service In ev-
ery room. Free baths and both phones.
Rummer rates. MRS. GEO. H. PULL-
MAN. Hotel Sheridan. ■
A-25-FOR .SALE— NICE SEVEN-ROOM
cottage ou W. 38th, near car line; nico
lot, small barn. Only $3000; $1000 cash.
a-4t>— Modern, six-room cottage on 2Sth
st., floors all polished; large lot. Price
$3400; $10110 cash.
a-5S— Five-room cottage on 29th st.
Price $2550; $SUO cash.
a-74 — Five-room cottage In Pico
Heights. Price $2100.
a-7(i— Nice five-room cottage on Pico
Heights. Only $2750; $650 cash.
a-84— Two-story, strictly modern, ten-
room house on Magnolia avenue, large
lot, good barn. Price $6000. Terms.
a-16&— Modern eight-room cottage on
Trinity street. Only $3300; $1000 cash.
HALE REALTY CO.,
81P-19 Pacific Electrlo Bldg., ■
Sixth and Main. ,
FOR HALE— MODERN EIGHT-ROOM
house on West Bixteenth street, near
Magnolia avenue; on high ground,
near Alvarado terrace; lot 50x150;
price $5500: easy terms if desired.
CHAH. 8. MANN, 315 West Fourth
FOR HALE-HOUSES, BUILT ON EASY
terms. O#t my prices; plans free.
W. W. ALDERSON,
Contractor and Builder,
_0 Bradbury Uldg.
, INGRAM * BRIGOa,
•Ml-002 Tlrnly Hid*.
Cor. 4th and Spring its. Both phones 29.
$7flo cash, balance term* mirl monthly
payments, new. modern 8-room rottnge,
lylnß southwest, on lot MixlSft feet, in
excellent neighborhood. This Is h. strik-
ingly pretty cottnge, artistically
planned, and the. Interior detail Is espe-
cially complete nnd homelike. The
rooms are nil Inrge, there being an ex-
trHordlnarlly large living-room, with
pressed brick mantel; polished rock
mnple floors In prlnclpnl rooms; hand-
somely finished Flemish onk woodwork;
many Inrge. windows; roomy veranda;
large hath; screen porch nnd puntry.
Tho lot Is 49x127 feet, lying southwest,
where ans. wnter nnd electricity have
been in for many months.
INGRAM & BRIGGS.
Members L. A. ReHlty Board.
WEST ADAMS STREET.
Living mom 28 fert lonpr.' contain-
ing nn imposing brick mantel mid
built-in bookense; entrance hall has
honmrd ceilings; dining room pnneled
nnd has brick mnntel hiicl built-in
buffet; den off living room: all down-
stairs onk floors; three lniKe bed-
rooms nnd five closets upstairs; front
porch 24 feet long. This houso oc-
cupies a grand location nnd Is one to
Incrrnse In vnlue; will make 11 de-
lightful home for nny one wishing a
hlßh-clnss residence. Terms, $1000
cash. Photogrnph nt office.
.TONES & RYDER LAND CO..
Ground Floor. 21 S \V. Third Street.
A BIG BARGAIN IF
!> ROOMS. LOT 50X150,
RACE, ONLY ONE
7TH ST. $8000 IF
SOLD I N NEXT
A F WEBSTER & CO
SO2 MASON BLDG., ■
FOURTH & BDWAY;
YOllil CHARMER — Olflt CHAR JIEH.
ICncli XeeilN the Oilier.
Ours, a beautiful, new. modern,
five-mom cottage, tinted Avails, cove
ceilings, fine mantel, large plato bHy
windows, china nnd clothes closets,
pantry and bins, extra fine plumbing,
piped for gas, hot and cold water In,
fine electric fixtures, brick cellar
with cemented floor, electric light;
nice barn, floored and papered; good
lot to alloy; one of the best built
and prettiest homes in city; East
Forty-third s/treet; half block to Mn-
plo car; SUHIO: »500 cash, balance $ir,
per month; or make ux an offer quick.
WRIGHT & HAMMERS. Solo Agents,
320 Byrne Building:.
Home 5900; Main 5911.
POR A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE
IS OUR FIGURE.
Anything else you want at the
same proportion. Lot us have a
chance to figure on your house. We
will furnish your plans and make a
house that will suit you. We are
plpiised to refer to any one for whom
we have buildcd. for wo leave them
our friends. Wo can furnish you the
money if you wish. Drop in and talk
it over with us.
INGLEHART BUILDING CO..
Homo Phone 7666. 713 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE — BUNGALOW COTTAGES
Six-room cottage, new and modern,
in Highland Park, one block from
new Monte Vista car line; price $2650;
413 Avenue Fifty-two.
Six-room modern bungalow cottage
at 2427 Malabar street; price $2650.
Six-room, up-to-date cottag-e at
3724 Adair street. This has never
boon occupied and is cheap at the
price, $25.'0, part cash.
THOS. J. HAMPTON CO.. .
L. A. R. B. 110 South Broadway.
NEW BUNGALOW. FIVE ROOMS.
$200 CASH. $20 MONTHLY.
This cottago Is splendidly situated
on an elevation, between two car
lines; has a large fot to an alley, ami
all modern improvements; has been
built but a year, and is in -perfect
condition; nice lawn, cement walks
and curbing, etc. :■■•-•'• ■
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
Ground Floor. 218 W. Third Street.
HAM.UAMC AVKNUE BARGAIN.
Choice, New. Moilern Home.
Eight rooms, hall, clouds and pan-
tries; will delight you; every item of
the very best; all elegantly finished;
corner lot. 50x150 to alley; you will
find nothing so desirable, even at
$1000 higher; sjuario: half i-aali, 1.111-
Hiu-e to unit. I
WRIGHT & HAMMERS. Sole Agent*,
320 Byrne Building.
Homo 5900; Main 5911.
FOR SALE— A SNA P! : ~~ ~
We will build you a neiit 5-room cot-
tajjo or bungalow, with the best por-
ce-hain plumbing 1 , tinted walls, pol-
ished floors, china closet, cement
walks and lighting fixtures for
ONLY $1000— CASH OR INSTALL-
WHITING, THOMPSON & CO.. .
Home phone 1075. 236 Byrne Bldg.
NI3\V (MU)OII I'OTTaTTk ON |,OT
ftAxHIo. <-loNe to car lliip. a liar/iiilii nt
tISZOO — IHIOO i-iihli. linlmifc monthly.
New n-room 'on corner lot fSOxl.'O
with a flnr view, i-lomp to oar Mnr.
Price 92ttm — ?:tmi cnHh, hnlnnre
monthly. llii.v you home nnd miivp
your rent. R. (i. ÜBVBNB, Z27 l.a.i K li-
llu Illilu'. ■•(!•"■' . 8, Ilrondwii)-. Home
'phone Kl2l. ■•-•/-..
I FOR SALE.
fi-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE.
EAST HiTH-NEAR MAPLK AYE.
LOT 64x150. STREKT WORK,
WE CAN DELIVER FOR $4500.
CARROLL J. DALY & CO.,
Home. 82%.. 211 WEST FIRST ST.
Main 736 *
Members Realty Board.
____________________ _ _____
We will build a houpo
containing as many rooms
as you may desire, and furnish
all the money, or build for cash.
Plans furnished free.
J. BURRIS MITCHELL & CO.,
Contractors and Builders,
326 Douglas Building.
Bunset. Black 3901. Home 3774.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH MB
AND BE ABBURKD
MY PROMPT ATTENTION.
121 HENNE BLOCK.
roit sai7k~on nohtii now? «t".
I'lim-, New, Six-room •'■•( •»«<•.
Only V3OOO. Term*, 9300 cn-.li.
A low price for a good cottage.
A. W. JIONN, 420 llni.il, ury Illilif.
1.. A. H. H.
$7250 — New, modern, rl_ht-room
liohhc In Weatlnkr net-lloui enxl frouti
Illicit Kroundi everything tlrnl-Hima.
1,. 1,. lio\\i;\,
(102-3 Kay llullilln..
FOR BALE-2 NEW MODERN HOUSES.
$2250— 6 rooms, 704 N. Hill st.
$2250—6 rooms. 2104 Leotl *ye.
Reasonable cash payment and balance
It. W. POINDEXTER. 409 Wllcox Bldg.
6 ROOMS AND BATH; NOW BEING
built on 63d St., near new Moneta aye,
car line. Easy rental tn ins. Get off at
634 and Main sta. Taka Maple aye.
car to t3d at,— one ebort block to Main.
BOYLE HETOIITsTrOPERTY IS WAV-
Ing ft healthy move upward, ns it
l« now recognised us ft most deslrablo
residence section. ,
High, dry, good fresh ftlr, no fog, close
In. no floods. • _
W# lire hulidln* flno homes on Boyle
avenue, two blocks north of First street.
Our houses nro built by day labor «nd
nre modern and first-class in all par-
We urn selling them flt extremely low
prices, nit we bought our Innd somfl tlmo
ngo, when It was cheap. You enn save
$500 If you buy your home from us.
Houses from $2000 to $2750; one-third
rnsh, balnnre terms. Don't pny rent
when these hnrgnlns nre offered,
20!> West Fourth Street.
FOR SALE— — —
Bungalow. llungaiow. Bungalow.
Terms, $200 rnsh. $20 per month, inter-
est Included. This Is a beautiful fl-room
bungHlnw, on n fine, 80-ft. lot In the
very best location In the city. Most
artistically arranged, house being forty-
feet ncrnss the front. If you nrn look-
Ing for a fine house, on ensy terms nnd
cheap, this plnce cannot be equaled in
See WINTON A McLEOD,
310 Trust Bldg.,
Home Phone B4fS. Cor. 2d nnd Spring.
Runset Main fi27*. L. A. R. B.
near 21st and hoover.
five rooms. "" $2700.
A five-room cottnge on a nulet, clean
street, close in nnd but one block from
car line. Has nil the modern Improve-
ments, Inwn. flowers, barn, drlvewny nt
side etc. Price $2700; $1200 cash and $20
.TONES & RYDER LAND CO..
Ground floor. 218 W. Third st.
T am Just finishing one of the prettiest
7-room, two-story houses you ever saw.
It Is an elegant suburban home for a
very little money; located on Lemon
Grove avenue. Just off Western, n venue;
$:wno will buy it, one-third cash, balance
on time to suit. .
SEE DEAN ABOUT IT.
202 Laughlin Bldg.
FOR SALE— BY W. H. ALLEN & SON.
759 KOHLER ST.
f 6-room modern cottiige, modern and
convenient: lawn, flowers, etc., etc.
LOT 4<lxllo FEE7T.
This Is absolutely the cheapest prop-
erty In this section of the city. Land
alone Is worth the price asked.
W. 11. ALLEN & SON,
21(j DOUGLAS BLDG.
Foil SA L B— I N STA LLM E NTS, $2250;
5-room house, close In. No. 704 N. Hill
st; key at No. 710 N. Hill st. next door.
Owner, R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 Wil-
FOR SALE-CLOSE-IN HOUSE AND
lot, No. 335 S. Olive St.; best bargain in
the city for centrally located property.
R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 Wilcox
ON COLEGROVE-HOLLYWOOD CAR.
but right at the city line; now, just be-
ing finished ; 4 rooms and bath; big lot.
Easy rental terms. THE MCCARTHY
COMPANY, 203 N. Broadway.
FOR SALE — MODERN NINE-ROOM
house on Hobart boulevard, near
Adams street. Price $4000; $500 cash,
balance monthly. CHAS. S. MANN,
315 West Fourth 6treet?
OWNER WISHES TO SELL QUICKLY
new, two-story, seven-room house.
Harvard boulevard, $3600. Address
BOX 231. Herald office.
City Lot 6 and Lands
IN CITY LOTS.
$1300 — Cor. on Halldale, s of
$1300 — Cor. on Dalton, s ot
$1230 — Normandie aye., s. of
$1150— Halldale aye., s. of
$1000 — Dalton, c. front, s. of
$l»50 — La Salle aye., s. of
$350— Harvard blvd., s. of
9000 — Hobart aye., s. .of
$850 — Brighton, aye., s. of
$700 — Western aye., s. of
$750— Jefferson st nOxllO
81300— Halldale, c. front noxl.iu
#ir>oo— Brighton aye., cor. lot. .noxl.lo
SlMOO— Elden nve., elev. lot r,0x145
$IN.-,o— Lake st., near Park 50x178
$20110 — W. 6th St., . near Bur-
- llugrtou 50x150
$20110 — Arapahoe, s. w. cor. .. .100x122
$2200— W. 10th, near Burling-
$2250— Magnolia aye., nr. 10th. 60x140
$22.10— Lake Ht., near 10th ,10x150
$2350 — Arapahoe, near 10th. .. .05x140
$2300— Fine lot. bet. 6th and
$2.loo— Magnolia, n. of llth «0x142
$2500— N. W. cor. on La Salle. 100x150
$2750— Westmoreland, bet. 10th
and llth 50x150
$2SO0 — K. front, Alvarado, near
$2SO0 — Carondelet, c. front 55x125
$21)00 — Elevated, bet. Orange
and fith 50x150
$3000 — For 3 cor. lots, Harvard
$3.loo— Corner on Dalton 135x150
$5000— Western aye 50x133
234 Lnughlin Bldg.. 315 S. Broadway.
Main 263; Home Ex. 263.
Along the 3 big
streets of the town.
In our 3 model
the McCarthy company's
roth and Main Sts.
53d and Main Sts.
New car line now
Maple avenue car
to C3d st— one
short block to
branch office. I
2 new additions.
the McCarthy co.,
Main Office— 2o3 N. Broadway.
"TUB TRACT THAT'S BUILDING
HAWTHOHNB TnACT AND ANNRX.
45 and BO (uot lu_— $350 to $500.
Prli'pa la adjoining; (rnct range
from $•->."><> to $1500 for 40 foot lota.
Compare tbeao prleea mul thru vail
and are ■■•>• We'll dike you out,
W. I. TIIOItNM & CO., Onnrra.
Home HISI. Itoom 311, 218 S. Unimlwar.
FOR BA '' KP |,250
Cheapest lot southwest; north of
Washington and east of Hoover; 60x125
to alley and worth $1600.
W. 11. OBBAR. 402 Johnson Bid*.
FOR BALB BY K. M. I'llllU'*-.
5425 each — Two choice lots, each
r.tiiCKi. on West Thirty-sixth street,
near Normandie. Forced sale. K. M.
PHELPB. £.08 Douglas Buildlnf. Both
■ City Lots nnd Lands
GOLDEN STAT_"rEALTT COMPANY,
421 B.~Bprlng: St.
• W« have many four-room, five-room
and six-room, nil modern cottagex, for
snlfl— fioo down nnd bn lance payable
like rent, Including Interest.
$Rn down, lot s«th nnd Central, H
block from enr; street work all In.
Price )550; only $60. down, balance
Two lots In Matt I son's H. L. T.
tract (Westmoreland Heights), only
SOUTH GRAND AYE.—
A nice seven-room, 2-story,' all
modern house; hardwood finish; base«
ment, cement floors; lot 4SH-HO,
$3750, half cash.
—WEST 23D ST.— -
Two and a half-story, 18-room
house (double); baths, heater, g-as,
electricity, spenklna; tubes, hardwood
floors, furnnce, cement cellars, built-
in sideboards; everything complete;
$12,600; mortgage $5000, 6Vi per cent. -.
An eight-room, all modern two-
story house, thoroughly up-to-date;
only $4500, $1000 <>ish, balance easy.
- — WALL ST.
An eight-room doubl« house, all
modern, new; nico lawn and yardj .
two basements; rents $36.00; only
$2900, $2000 cash.
A new 4-room cottage on Crocker
st., near car; lawn and shed; only
$1450, $500 down.
A 6-room, all modern cottage on 46th
St.; new; small barn; shade trees, lawn
and garden. The furniture In the house;
a good horse and buggy. Ready to walk
Into; all this for $2150; half cash.
BOYLE HEIGHTS. ,
A 7-room alt modern cottage;- elec-
tricity nnd gas; large lot, barn, drive-
way, lawn and flowers; on North Chi-
cago st., between First st. and Brooklyn
avenue. Only $4000; terms.
A corner near Pico and So. Grand; (
flats; lot 75x135; flats rent for $140.
GOLDEN STATE REALTY CpMPANY,
421 8 Spring St.,
SIX BIG TRACTS.
SIX BIG TRACTS.
SIX DIG TRACTS.
BOWEN & DOLTON.
WE DO SELL
SIX BIG TRACTS.
SIX DIG TRACTS.
' SIX DIG TRACTS.
DON'T BUY BEFORE
MEMBERS OF I- A. R. B.
BOTH PHONES 2472.
DOWEX & DOLTON. .
FOR SALE— ABSOLUTELY THE BEST
bargain in a residence lot Is offered
in the Melrose avenue tract. This
choice property is located between
Vermont avenue and Western ■ ave-
nue in the northwest part of the city.
Each lot is not less than 50x146, has
Improved streets and cement curbs.
A reasonable building: restriction
protects, not high enough to be pro-
hibitive. The property is well lo-
cated, has splendid drainage and
commands a beautiful view of the
mountains, Hollywood and the city.
The new Western avenue electric
line is only two blocks west. , The
Colegrove line, now being 1 double-
tracked, is immediately to the north.
The terms of payment are only $2v "
cash, $10 monthly; and the price is
Don't fail to- see this beautiful
property. Positively the lowest
priced property In the entire section
between Los Angroles and Hollywood.
Charles S. Mann, 315 West Fourth
street. Home 4171.
FOR SALE-BY W. H. ALLEN & SON.
-, ■•':.. CHESTER PLACE!
60x131 ft. on the north side of WEST
23D STREET, between Flgueroa and
Estrella aye., opposite Chester Place.
This Is the choicest residential section
of the city. This lot we can sell at a
We will guarantee this to be the
and $10 per month, without Interest!
buys a lot 60x174, on a graded --...
and oiled street, cement sidewalks
and curb, one' block from electrlo
line and well located.
Only a few lots left.
EDWARD D. SII.BNT & CO., Sole Agents
Members L. A. Realty Board.
Est. ISSS. 216-218 W. Second Street.
FOR SALE- ..
We secured In an' exchange ■ deal 3
large lots In Signal Hill tract, Long
Beach, which we will sell at a bargain.
We also offer 2 choice lots In southwest ,
on Brighton aye., below 46th St., at a
bargain for quick turn.
Phones- ROSS & LINDSEY.
Home 7H62. 314 H. W. Hellman Sldg.
LOT 50x150 FEET ON NORTHWEST
corner of Carroll avenue and Douglas
street, $1750; $350 cash, $400 live months. .
balance on time, 7 per cent net lntor«
est; water, gas, electricity and sewer,
all street work done and paid for. M.
L. WICKS. 128 Hellman Uldg., Second
and Broadway. t
LOT ON CARROLL AYE., IN ANGELKN
no Heights, 50x135 feet, on clean side of
street, 50 feet west of Douglas street,
for sale; $1100, half cash. Gas, water,
electricity, sewer and all street work
done and paid for. M. L. WICKB,
Room 128 Hellman Bldg., Second and
FOR BALS£ ~~~"
East front lot north of Eighth and
west of Central aye. ; Just the place for
rooming house. «
W. H. OBEAR, 403 Johnson Bldg.
FOR BALE-FINB IToT. HALF BLOCK
north of Westlaka Park; only $1800.
/ R. 8. BAUNDBRB.
ill Chamber of Commerce Bide