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INDEX TO PUBLIC ADVERTISING
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' Notice ot sale of delinquent property.
: Notice of meeting of Board of Equat-
lantlon, ;
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
OrrtlDßrrr ?f».'ll,IM
(New Series.) ■
CAn Ordinance declaring the Intention
. of the Mayor and Council of the City
of Los Angelefi to establish the grade of
Bryan street, from Bellenia avenue to
Mnrnthon street."; «WaW*i»»»M*»
*The Mayor and Council of the City Of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
; Section 1. That It Is the intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
to establish' the grade of ■
BRYAN STREET,
from Bellevue avenue to Marathon
street. In accordance with the follow-
ing elevations: ■ ' ••
i At the intersection; with Bellevue
avenue the grade shall- be 153.65 at the
iiorthwest corner and- 358.40 at tho
northeast corner. ■ -•• ■"■ i.
»At a point' on the earn side 100 feet
north of the north line of Bellevue ave-
nua the grad*. shall be 352.00.,, -
At a point on the east side 440 feet
, north of the north line of Bellevue
avenue the grade shall be 343.60. and
342.62 at a point on the west side oppo-
site thereto. 'bmil «f<<
■ ; At a point on the east side 460 feet
j north of the north line of Bellevue
avenue the grade shall be 343.12, and
; 842.15 at a point on the west side op-
posite thereto. * .
At a. point on the east side 480 feet
"north of the north line of Bellevue ave-
-mie-the grade shall' be 843.00, and
342.04 at a point on the west side op-
posite thereto. „,.•••
- «At a point on the east side 500 feet
north 1 of the north line of Bellevue
avenue the grade shall be 343.12, and
'842.20 nt a point on tha west side op-
.poslte thereto. : • ■ ■
.At a point on the east side 520 feet
: north of the- north line of Bellevue
avenue the grade shall be 843.50, and
842.63 at a. point on the west side op-
poslte thereto.
At a point on the east side 540 feet
north of tho north >llne of Bellevue
• avenue the- grade shall.be 844.12. and
343.3.1 at a point on the west side op-
' poslte thereto.
At a point on the east side 560 feet
north of the north line of Belle^ue
avenue the grade shall be 345.00. and
344.30 at a point on the west side op-
7 poslte thereto.
At a point on the east side 700 feet
. north of i the north line of < Bellevue
avenue and at a point on the west side
opposite thereto the grade shall be
; 354.00. - •-.■-.'
- At the intersection with Marathon
■ street the grade shall -be 406.00 at the
southwest and southeast corners.
.'And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
' line ' drawn between said designated
points.
,' Elevations refer to the top of tho
curb, are in feet and are above a plane
: which Is 255 feet below City datum
-;|"c.',2. i The City Clerk shall certify
■to the passage of this Ordinance and
j shall cause - the same -to- be published
for ten days In the Los Angeles Herald.
'. and ', thereupon and thereafter It shall
take effect and be In force.- , -.....-
S- 1. hereby certify .that the 1 foregoing
Ordinance -was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at Its meet-
ling of June 19, 1905.
■ ; H. J. LELANDE. ■'■'
City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day of June. 1903.
OWEN McALEER.
: :7-S-12 lOt Mayor.
Ordinance No. 11,100
(New Series.)
■ An Ordinance declaring tho intention
of the Mayor and Council of tho City
of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Marcla Drive, from Maltman avenue to
'.Luclle avenue.
.'"The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
- Section 1. That It Is the Intention of
.'the Council of the City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
MARCIA DRIVE, -
I from Maltman avenue to Luclle aveniu?,
in accordance with the following eleva-
tions: . : . .
'-.- At the Intersection with Maltman
, avenue the grade shall be 454.00 at the
. southwest corner, 454.00 at the north-
.,; west corn£ri«n4, 1 ,453 1 0,0, at ;a point on
the sout-h-'»ht« opposite •thereto-.
:< At a 'point on the north side 144. 1S
feet west of the west line of Maltman
avenue, said point being the end of
curve, the -grade shall be 446.50, and
445.50 at a point on the south side op-
posite thereto.
. - At a point on the south side 51.67
feet east of the ; east line of Imogen
avenue the grade shall be 444.00.
': '•-.. -At the intersection with Imogen avc-
V nue the grade shall be 445.17 at the
northeast corner, ■ 441.57 at the south-
east corner as now established on Imo-
gen avenue, and 433.56 at the north-
west corner. ' ■
. At the Intersection of the south line
of Marcla ■ Drive with -the produced
easterly line of ! Imogen avenue tho
' grade shall be 433.00.
At the intersection of the south line
,of Marcia Drive with the produced
westerly line of Imogen avenue the
grade shall be 432.50.
. . At a point on the north side 200 feet
west of the west line of Imogen avenue
the grade shall be 408.00, and 407.00 at
a point on the south side opposite
thereto.
At the intersection with Luclle ave-
nue the grade shall be 412.50 at the
northeast- corner and 411.75 at ' the
southeast corner, as now established on
Luclle avenue.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.. . : -
< Elevations refer, to the - top of the
. curb, are' In feet and are above a plane
which is 255 feet below City datum
plane. . ■ • '
Sec. '2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance -and
shall cause the same to be published
tot ten days In the Los Angeles Herald,
and thereupon and thereafter It shall
'take effect and be In force.
I hereby, certify .that the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at its meet-
Ing of June 19, 1905.
H. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day of June. 1905.
OWEN McALEER.
7-3-12 ,10t , Mayor.
Ordlnnnre No. 11,188
(New Series.)
' An Ordinance declaring the intention
of the Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Twenty-eighth street, from Western
avenue to the east line of the West
Adams and Jefferson Street Tract, as
per map recorded in Book 3 of Maps,
at page 82, Records of Los Angeles
County.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows: .
Section 1. That it is the Intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
i TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET. .
from Western avenue to the east line
' of the 'West Adams and Jefferson Street
Tract, as per map recorded in Book 8
of Maps, at page 82, Records of Los
Angeles County, In accordance with the
following elevations:
At the Intersection with Western
avenue the grade shall be 163.22 at the
' northwest . corner and 162.81 at tho
southwest corner, as now established
. on Western avenue. . i
; At -the Intersection with Durangu
, street the. grade shall be 158.69 at the
northeast corner. 158.30 at the south-
east corner, 168.00 at the 'southwest
corner and 158.38 at the northwest cor«
. ner. « . -..--■- .
!■ At the intersection with said east
line of the West Adams and Jefferson
'Street Tract the grade shall be 166.60
on the north side as now established,
and 166.60 on the south side. - •
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn -between said designated
points. •
. Elevations ' refer to the top of the
curb, are in feet and are above a plane
which is 255 feet below City datum
P -|ec.' a. The City Clerk shall certify
to the - passage of this Ordinance and
(hall cause the same to be published
for ten days In the Los Angeles Herald,
and thereupon and thereafter It shall
itake effect and be In force.
I -hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at Its meet-
lßß Ot JUne "' "li. J. LBLANDB.
City Clerk.
Approved this 17th day of June, 1905.
. " ■ OWENMcALEBR.
v.s.i* lot Mayor.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING | PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice <if Mir of property for Delinquent A ■■eminent i.^Tlrd to Pay. the
v.\prn*r* for Widening Jefferaon Street Itetween 9nn Pedro fftreet and .
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to the provision of the Statutes of
the State of California relative to the collection of assessments to pay the
expenses of opening and widening streets within municipalities, ■I, James
Hanley, Street Superintendent of the City of Los Angeles, will on Saturday,
the 22rt day of July, 1905. at 10 o'clock a. m.. In the office of the Blreet Biiper- .
Intendent of the City of LosAng«le«, In the City Mall In said city, sell at
public auction for lawful money df the United States, all the property de-
scribed In the following delinquent list of assessments for the widening or
Jefferion street, between San Pedro street and Central avenue, attached to this
notice, upon which property the delinquent assessments described In said list
•re a lien, together with the costs and penalties accruing thereon, unleM
»a:A Msesiments shall be paid before said salo, together with the costs and
penalties thereon. ; , -. . -
ft ■ - fl §2 \ II
\\ OWNER> DESCRIPTION OF $ g . &£, 3 B
4S— Ellen Whiten, lot 18, except ttrlp off south
end, being 1.93 feet at west end and 1.9» feet
at east end. Wilson Tract $72.00 13.60 $ .60 17H.10
52— Chas. A. Ford, lot 21, except s'.rlp off south
• end. being 1.62 feet at west end and 1.55 feet
at. e»st end, Wilson, Tract » 72.00 8.80 .60 78.10
65 — Thos. Conneally, administrator, lot 24, except
strip off south end, being 1.48 feet at west
end and 1.37 4 feet at east end, Wilson Tract.. 72,00 5.60 .60 70,10
'61— Minnie P. Vance, westerly 100 feet of lot 12,
except strip off south end, being 0.55 feet at
west end and 0.72 feet at east end, Wilson
Tract 90.00 4.60 .60 95. U0
f2— Minnie P. Vance, west 10 feet of east 100 feet
of lot 12, except strip off south end, being
0.72 feet %t west end and 0.71 feet at east
end, Wilson Tract 18.00 .90 .60 19.40
68— Fanny 8. Flory, west 40 feet of east 90 feet, lot
12, except strip off south end, being 0.71 feet at
west end and 0.65 feet at cast end, Wilson
Tract 72.00 3.60 .60 76.10
64 — W.' C. Mushet, trustee, east 60 feet, lot 12,
except strip off south end, being 0.65 feet at
west end and 0.6S feet at east end, Wilson
Tract 90.00 4.60 .60 95.00
76— W. E. McVey, trustee, lot 2, block B, Nadeau
Orange Tract, except strip off north side,
' . being 10.70 feet at west end and 11.34 feet at
east end 90.00 4. 50 .60 96.00
.... , •; JAMES HANLEY,
7-6-15 lOt ■ ■ Street Superintendent.
Notlce of Sale 'of Street llnllrond
- ' ' Krnnchlur
Office of the City Clerk of the City
of Los. Angeles, State of California,
June '26, 19U6. " - '
To whom It may concern:
Notice Is hereby given that an appli-
cation libh been made to the City Coun-
cil of the City of LOs Angeles for a
certain franchise, granting the right to
constructs and for the period of twenty-
one years to operate and maintain an
electric street railroad upon certain
Subllc streets in said city, hereinafter
escribed, together with certain ap-
purtenant and incident rights herein-
after mentioned. — -„..'■
And that It Is proposed by said City
Council to offer for sale and grant to
the highest bidder said franchise upon
the terms and conditions hereinafter
mentioned. ■ • . ■ .
That said franchise is described as
follows, to wit:
I A franchise -to construct and for the
period of twenty-one (21) years to
operate and maintain a double track,
electric street , railroad over the route
and In and upon the streets or portions
of streets in said city described as fol-
lows, to wit:
Commencing on West Sixth street at
the I easterly Intersection of Rampart
street; thence. westerly on Sixth street
to -the west boundary line of the City
of Los Angeles. -
That the terms and conditions: upon
which said franchise will be offered for
sale and granted are the following:
That the street railroad constructed
and operated under said franchise shall
be used only for the transportation of
passengers and United States mall.
■ That in all cases where said fran-
chiso Is granted over streets now occu-
pied by other lines of street railway the
grantee thereof and his or Its successors
and assigns shall have the right to
operate over any and all the tracks of
such other lines, subject to the pro-
visions and limitations of the Statutes
of the - State of California applicable
thereto; and in case the gauge of the
tracks of said other lines of street
railways shall not conform to the
gauge of the tracks of said grantee,
or his or its successors or assigns, said
grantee, or his or its successors or as-
signs, shall bo permitted to lay a third
rail over the distance traversed by said
two roads jointly.
That the tracks to be laid under said
franchise shall not exited tour feet
and eight sjid on«-.half Jncjies In width
betwee!Ptne r ri-tilS,''dnd v shall "be placed
as nearly equidistant from the center
of the street as possible, and as near
each other as a proper regard for safe-
ty will allow.
That said grantee and his or its suc-
cessors and assigns shall use in the con-
struction of said road the best material,
including a rail weighing not less than
sixty (60) pounds per yard, such as is
used on first-class street railroads,
which rail shall be satisfactory to the
Street Superintendent and the Board of
Public Works; and said rails shall be
so laid as to be continuously welded
or otherwise securely. listened together,
and tho said grantee' and his or Its suc-
cessors or assigns shall at -his, Its or
their own expense and cost pave or
macadamize the said road between tho
rails, between the tracks, and for two
(2) feet on each side thereof, with tho
same material used by the city and
under the same specifications and in
the same manner as upon the streets
over which said road runs respectively,
and shall keep the same constantly so
paved or macadamized and In repair,
flush with the street, and provided with
suitable crossings, and shall make the
roadbed confo'rm at all times to the
established grade of the street; pro-
vided, however, that where any of tho
above-named streets have been gradeC
or . otherwise Improved prior to the
granting of said franchise, said road-
bed and rails shall conform to and be
flush with the 'surface -of satdigraded
or .otherwise Improved street or, streets,
whether such surface be above or be-
low the official grade -of such street
or streets; and on all other street or
streets said roadbed and rails shall
conform to such official grade as afore-
said., And provided further, that upon
any regradfng or other Improving of
said street or streets said roadbed
and rails shall by said grantee or his
or Its successors or assigns be placed
upon and made to conform to said of-
ficial grade. All repairs and grades to
be made under the Instructions and to
the satisfaction of the Street Superin-
tendent of said city. In case' the said
grantee or his or its successors or as-
Blgns falls to comply with the in-
structions given by Bald official for ten
(10) days after service thereof upon
the said grantee or his or its successors
or assigns, or upon the manager or
agent of said grantee or of his
or , its successors or assigns, -in
Los ■ -Angeles, he, the said of-
ficial, . shall enter upon the road of
said grantee or his or Its successors or
assigns and do the work as ordered by
the. City Council of the City of Los
Angeles, said officer to keep an Item-
ized account of the cost of said work
which the said grantee and his or its
successors or assigns by the accept-
ance of said franchise agrees to pav
Immediately upon Its being presented
to said grantee or his or Its successors
or assigns, or to such manager or agent
stationed in Los Angeles.
Provided further, that said grantee
and his or its successors or assigns
shall construct all necessary flumes,
and culverts for the free passage of
water under the tracks of said railroad
wherever and whenever necessary, and
that all such flumes and culverts, and
all curves, aqueducts, turnouts and
switches shall be constructed In ac-
cordance with plans and specifications
approved by the City Engineer.
Provided further, that said grantee
and his or Its successors and asslgnn
shall have the right, subject to such
regulations as are now or may here-
after be In force, to excavate and re-
move portions of the streets necessary
to properly construct said road, and tho
right to erect needful apparatus, boilers
engines and other appliances to proper-
ly equip and run said road.
Provided further, that the City of Los
Angeles In granting said franchise ex-
pressly reserves the right to pave, ma-
cadamize, renew or sewer any of the
said streets, or tp lay gas, water or
other pipes therein, said work to be
done so aa to Injure eald road as little
as possible.
Provided further, that cars 'shall be
run eaeh. way, over the whole length
of the road constructed under said
franchise, at Intervals of not more than
ten minutes, between the hour* of six
o'clock in • the ■ morning and eleven
o clock at • night, of each day, during
tha term of said franchise, unless pre-
vented by the elements, riots, strikes
or unavoidable causes; provided , fur-
ther, that cars shall be operated over
said road with sufficient frequency to
carry and provide with seats. all pas.
sengars applying for transportation
thereover, excepting; In times of ex-
traordinary and unforeseen amount* of
LOSi ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1905.
travel, and that said cars shall be at
all times and In all respects as ef-
ficiently constructed and conveniently
equipped as the cars In use upon the
best electric street railroads In the City
Of Los Angeles.
Provided further, that the cars upon
»ald road shall not be allowed to -stand
on any street or any street Intersection
In such a manner as to obstruct the
use of the said street by vehicles or
pedestrians.
That the grantee of said franchise
and his or Its successors and assigns
shall and will at all times upon and
after the completion of said road, dur-
ing the operation of the same, and
without extra charge, issue to and re-
ceive from passengers going In one di-
rection, transfers good for continuous
passage over and upon any and every
other line and lines of any other road
or roads within the said city which
said grantee or his or Its successors or
assigns does now or may hereafter
own, control, operate or have a con-
trolling interest In; and provided, as a
further condition, that said grantee
and his or Its successors and assigns
shall and will, at all times as afore-
said, Issue or cause to be Issued to said
passengers, without extra charge., a
similar transfer from any and every
other line or lines which said grantee
or his or Its successors or assigns does
now or may hereafter own, control,
operate or have a controlling Interest
In, as aforesaid, to, over and upon the
road operated and maintained under
said franchise.
- That the rate of fare for any dis-
tance over fcald road or Its branches
one way shall not exceed five cents for
one passenger.
That persons under the age of eight-
een years who attend the public schools
of said city shall be required to pay but
half fare, provided that said pupils
shall purchase their tickets In ousntl-
tles of at least one dollar's worth at a
time; such tickets to be available only
between the hours of eight a. m. and
six p. m.. In actual passage to and from
school; and that said grantee and his
or Its successors and assigns shall sell
such tickets whenever requested so to
do by a pupil who shall present a cer-
tificate from a teacher approved by
the . Superintendent of Schools of tho
city, that he or she Is a pupil of said
schools.
And provided further, that said
grantee and his or Its successors and
assigns shBH.:,-at---*H~-Mm«s.i'Carry a "
regular and'special" 'pblldenieh, police
officers, firemen and letter carriers,
while on duty, the Mayor and Members
of the City Council, and of the Boards
of Police Commissioners, Fire Commis-
sioners, Water . Commissioners, Park
Commissioners and Civil Service Com-
missioners, the members of the Board
of Health, the members of the Board of
Education, City Superintendent of
Schools, and the Directors of the Pub-
lic Library, free over said road and
over any other road or roads within
said city which said grantee or his or
its successors or assigns does now or
may hereafter own, control or operate,
subject at all times to such reasonable
regulations as said grantee and his or
Its successors or assigns may prescribe.
Provided further, that said grantee
and his or its successors and assigns
shall pay to tho City Tax and Licenso
Collector of the City of Los Angeles
the license upon each car that Is now
or may be hereafter fixed by the Or-
dinances of said city. *
That the said' grantee and his or its
successors and assigns shall during tho
life of said franchiso pay to the City of
Los Angeles, In lawful money of tho
United States, two per cent of the gross
annual receipts of such grantee and his
or its successors and aslsgns, arising
from the use. operation or possession
of said franchise. No percentage shall
be paid for the first five years succeed-
ing the date of said franchise, but
thereafter such percentage shall be
payable annually, and said franchise Is
to be forfeited by failure to make the
fiaymcnts provided for. Provided, that
f the road for which said franchiso is
granted shall be an extension of an
existing system of street railroad, then
the gross receipts shall bo estimated to
be one-half of the proportion of the
total • gross receipts of said system
which the mileage of such extension
bears to the total mileage of tho whole
system, and said estimate shall be con-
clusive as to the amount of thu gross
receipts of said extension.
And it shall be tho duly of the
grantee of said franchise and of his or
Its successors and assigns to file with
the City Clerk of the City of Los An-
geles, at the expiration .of six years
from the date of the granting of said
franchise and at the expiration of each
and every year thereafter, a statement,
verified by the oath of said grantee or
his or Its successors or assigns, or by
tne oath of , the manager or presiding
officer of said grantee or his or its
successors and nsslgns. showing the to-
tal gross receipts and gross earnings
collected or received by said grantee
or his or Its successors or apslgns dur-
ing the preceding twelve months, from
all traffic over any patt of the line for
the construction and operation of which
said franchise is granted, or over any
part of the system of street railroad
of which It may be an extension, and
from all other sources, and within ten
days after the time for filing afore-
sad statement It shall be the duty or
said grantee and his or Its successors
and assigns to pay to the City Treas-
urer of the City of Los Angeles the
aggregate sum of the said percentage
upon the amount of the gross annual
receipts arising from the use, operation
or possession ot said franchise, deter-
mined and computed In the manner
hereinbefore provided.
And any neglect, omission or refusal
by Bald grantee or his or its successors
or assigns to file said verified state-'
ment, or to pay the said percentage of
the said gross annual receipts, at the
times or, In the manner hereinbefore
provided shall lpao facto work a for-
feiture pf said franchise and of all
rights thereunder, to the City of Los
Antreles. .
That the^ work of constructing said
road shall be commenced In good faith
within not more than four month*
from the date of the granting of said
franchise, and shall be continuously
prosecuted thereafter In good faith and
without unnecessary or avoidable -In-
termission or delay; that said work of
construction shall be completed within
nor more than three years thereafter;
that said work of construction shall be
commenced and continuously prosecuted
•o that at least one-third of the work
of constructing said road shall be com-
pleted within one year from tho time
of commencement; and that if said
work be not so commenced, prosecuted
or completed within- the times or In
th . e ., mann " «peolfled, said franchiso
■hall be forfeited.
That said grantee or his or Its suc-
cessors or assigns shall not sell, trans-
fer or assign said franchise or any ot
the rights or privileges granted theie-
bv. eieeut by a dulv uxacuted tnstru-
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ment In writing, filed in th^ office of
the City Clerk of the City of Los An-
geles; und provided further, that
nothing In said franchise contained
*hall be construed to grant to said
grantee or his orlts successors or as-
signs any right 'to tell, transfer or
assign said franchise or any of the
rights or privileges thereby granted,
except tn the manner aforesaid. «,
" That the City of Los Angeles shall
have the right at the expiration of tho
aforesaid period of twenty-one years
to purchase the rails, track and road-
bed and all property In any of the
streets hereinbefore mentioned, belong-
ing to said grantee or his or Its suc-
cessors In Interest, laid or constructed
under the grant hereby made or used
by said grantee or his or Its successors
in Interest in the exercise of this fran-
r-hlse, at a fair valuation, provided
that the option to make such purchase
shall be declared by resolution of the
-Ity Council passed n»t more than
three years nor less than six months
prior to the expiration of said period
of twenty-one years.
The valuation of the property pro-
posed to be purchased pursuant to the
provisions of this Ordinance shall be
determined by a board of three arbi-
trators, of whom one shall be appoint-
ed by the city, one by the said grantee
or his or Its successors In Interest, and
the third by the two arbitrators so ap-
pointed. Bald arbitrators shall be ap-
B"intcd8 "intcd within thirty days - after the
eclaratlon by the city of Its option
to purchase said property. In case said
arbitrators fall to make and file an
award within the time hereinafter lim-
ited, a new board of three arbitrators
shall be appointed ns hereinbefore pre-
scribed, to determine the valuation of
said property. The board of arbitrators
shall Imedlately upon the appointment
of its members enter upon the dis-
charge of Its duties. Any vacancy In
the board of arbitrators shall be filled
by the party who made the original ap-
pointment to the vacant place. The
award of the arbitrators must be made
and filed with the City Clerk of said
city within three months after their
appointment, and a majority of the ar-
bitrators who agree thereto may make
such award. . ■- ■ .
The amount of the valuation of said
property determined by the arbitrators
as hereinbefore provided shall be paid
>y the city to said grantee or his or
Its successors 'or assigns. In lawful
money of the United States, upon the
expiration of the aforesaid period of
twenty-one years, or, if the award of
the arbitrators shall not have' been
made and filed at least two months
before the expiration of said period of
twenty-one years, then within tvo
months after the filing of said a'ward.
Upon the making of Bald payment the
title and right of possession of all snld
property shall pass to the City of Los
Angeles.
That any neglect, failure or refusal
to comply with any of the conditions
of said- franchise shall thereupon Im-
mediately Ipso facto effect n forfeiture
thereof, and the said city, by Its City
Council, may thereupon declare . salu
franchise forfeited/and may exclude
said grantee or his or Its . successors
and assigns from further use of the
streets of said city under said fran-
chise, and said grantee and his or Its
successors and assigns shall thereupon
and Immediately surrender all rights In
and to the same, and said franchise
shall be deemed and shall remain null,
void and of no effect.
Notice is also hereby given that sealed
bids, in writing, will be received for
said franchise up to eleven o'clock in
the forenoon of the seventh day of
August, 1905; that the bids received
will be opened at that time; that all
bids must ■be for the payment of a
stated sum in gold coin of the United
States; and that the franchise will be
struck off, sold and awarded ■> to tho
person, firm or corporation' who shall
make the highest cash bid therefor;
provided, only, that at the time of
opening said bids any responsible per-
son, firm or corporation, present or rep-
resented, may bid for said franchise a
sum not less than ten per cent above
the highest sealed bid therefor, and
that said bid so made may be raised
not less than ten per cent by any other
tesponslble bidder, and said bidding
may so continue until finally said fran-
chise shall be struck off. sold and
awarded by said City Council to tno
highest bidder therefor In gold coin of
the United States. Each -sealed bid
must be accompanied with cash, or a
certified check payable to the City
Treasurer of the City of Los Angeles,
for the full amount of said bid, and no
sealed bid will bu considered unless
said cash or check '■ is enclosed there-
with; and the successful bidder must
deposit at least ten per cent of the
amount of his. bid with the City Clerk
before said franchise will be struck off
to him, and -If he shall fall to make
such deposit Immediately his bid will
not be received, and will be considered
as void, and said franchise will then
and there be again offered for sale to
the bidder who shall make the highest
cash bid therefor, subject to the same
conditions as to deposit as above men-
tioned. Said procedure will be had un-
til said franchise .is struck off, - sold
and awarded to a bidder . who shall
make the necessary deposit of at least
ten per cent of the amount of. his bid,
as herein provided. . ■ Said successful
bidder shall deposit with the ■ City
Clerk, within twenty-four hours after
the acceptance of his bid, the remain-
ing ninety per cent of the amount
thereof, and In case he or it fails to
do so, then the said deposit theretofore
made will be forfeited, and the award
of said franchise will be void, and said
franchise will then and there, by said
City Council, be again offered for sale
to the highest bidder therefor, in the
same manner and under the same re-
strictions as hereinbefore provided,
and in case said bidder falls to deposit
with the City Clerk the remaining nino-
ty per cent of his bid within twenty-
four hours after, its - acceptance, tha
award to him of said franchise will bo
set aside, and the deposit theretofore
made by. him will be forfeited, and no
further proceedings for the sale of said
franchise will be had until the same
shall be readvertlsed for sale..
'Notice. Is also hereby given that the
successful bidder for . said franchiso
must, within five days after said fran-
chise is awarded to him or It, file with
the City Council a bond running to said
city, in the penal sum of one thousand
dollars, with at least two good and suf-
ficient sureties, to be approved by said
City Council, conditioned that said bid-
der shall well and truly observe, fulfill
and perform each and every term and
condition of said franchise, and that in
case of any breach of condition of said
bond the whole amount of ' the penal
sum therein named shall be taken and
deemed to be liquidated .damages, and
shall be recoverable from the principal
and sureties upon said bond. If said
bond be not so filed, the award of said
franchise will , be - set ■ aside, and .any
money paid therefor will be forfeited. .
H. J. LELANDE,
7-1-10 lOt ■ : ; ri.',- city Clerk.
Ordinance No. 11,187 !* • -'■•-:
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the intention
cf the Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Seventh street, from Catallna street to
the west line of the Wllshlre Boulevard
Heights, as per map recorded in Book 6
of Maps, at page - 47, - Records of ■ Lob
Angeles County. ■
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows: ' .
Section 1. That it Is the Intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
SEVENTH STREET,
from Catallna street to the west line
of the Wllsiilre Boulevard Heights, as
per map recorded In Book 6 of Maps, at
page 47, Records of Los Angeles
County, In accordance with the follow-
ing elevations: •
At the Intersection with Catallna
street the grade shall be -233.00 at the
southwest corner and - 233.50 at - the
northwest corner, as now established, m
At the Intersection with the - west
line of said Wllshlre Boulevard Heights
the grade shall be 239.00 on the north
side and 238.50 on the south side. - -
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points, . '•■*&Jkjv*>im»r**»!**m
Elevation! refer to the top of the
curb, are in feet and are above a plane
which is 255- feet -below City- datum
P Beo! ■ 8." ■ The City Clerk shall certify
to. the passage -of this Ordinance and
shall causa the same to be published
for ten days In the Los Ang«les Herald,
and thereupon 'and thereafter It shall
take effect and be In force. .
I hereby certify that the - foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by t the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at Its meet-
inrof.Jun V l9.l9o5 kjLELANDB
HilHHllUßMlißjiii'iiill rill Clerk.
,Approv.dthl. •B&^'&flSfrA I*-7-5.12.10t1 *-
7-S.12.10t . Mayor.
PUBLIC ApVERTiaiNQ
Ordlnnnee Jto. 11,183
<New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention
Of the Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles ■to change nnd establish
the grade of New Hampshire avenue,
from Ttnth street to Eleventh street.
The Mayor and Council of the City
of Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That It Is the Intention
of the Council of the City of I.ns An-
geles to change and establish the grade
ot
NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE,
from Tenth street to Eleventh street.
In Accordance with the following ele-
vations:
At the Intersection with Tenth street
the grade shall be 198.16 at the south-
east corner and 197.85 feet at the south-
west corner, as now established.
At a point on the east Mdo 296 feet
south. of the south line of Tenth street
the grade shall be 194.00.
At a point on the west side 825 feet
south of the south line of Tenth street
the grade shall be 193.76.
At the Intersection with Eleventh
street the grade shall be 196.00 at the
northeast corner and 1K8. 76 at— the
northwest corner, a« now established.
' And at all points between said desig-
nated points, the grade .shall be estab-
lished so ns to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations refer to the top of the
curb, are In feet and are above a plane
which Is 256 feet below City datum
plane.
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries
of the district which Is hereby declared
to be benefited by said change of
grade and to be assessed to pay the
benefits, damages and costs thereof are
hereby described as follows:
Beginning at the northwesterly .cor-
ner of lot 1, block 25 of the Electric
Railway Homestead Association, as per
map recorded In Book 14, at page 27,
Miscellaneous Records of Los Angeles
County; thence easterly along the
southerly line of Tenth street to tho
northeasterly corner of lot 26, block 20,
said Electric Railway Homestead Asso-
ciation; thence southerly In a direct Una
to the southeasterly corner, of lot 14,
said block 26: thence westerly along
tho northerly line of Eleventh street to
the southwesterly corner of lot 13, said
block 25; thence northerly In a direct
line to the northwesterly Corner of lot
1, said block 25, said point being the
point of beginning.
Excepting therefrom any land there-
in contained which Is now a part of any
public street or alley.
Sec. 3. ■ The City Superintendent of
Streets shall cause notice of the pass-
age of this Ordinance to be posted In
the manner and within the time pro-
vided by law.
Sec. 4. The City Clerk shall certify
to tho passage of this Ordinance and
shall cause the same to be published
for ten days in the Los Angeles Herald,
and thereupon and thereafter It shall
take effect and be In force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at Us meet-
Ing of June 19, 1905. -
„ •; H. J. LELANDE, ..
. City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day. ot June. 1905.
I •— n ..; ..OWEN McALEER, .
7-8-12 lOt Mayor.
Ordlnnnee No. 11,185
(New Series.)
An. Ordinance declaring the intention
of the Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Twenty-seventh street, from Western
avenue to the west line of the "West
Adams and Western Avenue Tract, a*
per map recorded In Book 6 of Maps,
at pages 178 and 179, Records of Los
Angeles County.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
• Section 1. . That It is the intention of
the Council of. the City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET.
from Western avenue to the west line
of the West Adams and Western Avt-
Hue Tract, as per map recorded In Book
6 of Maps, at pages 178 and 179,' Rec-
ords of Los Angeles County, In accord-
ance with the following elevations: .
At the Intersection of Western ave-
nue the grade shall be 165.50 at the
northwest , corner and 165.09 at ; tho
southwest corner, as now established
on Western avenue.
At a point on the south side 500 feet
west of the, west line of. Western ave-
nue the grade shall be -166.60, and
167.00 at a point on the north side op-
posite thereto.,, .
.At: the , intersection with ' ' Durango
Istreit thef '"grade shall bo '163.88 ar the
southeast corner and 103.45 "at ■ the 1 '
southwest corner.
At the Intersection of said west line
of the West Adams and Western Ave-
nue tract with the south line of Twen-
ty-seventh street the grade shall be
161.00.
At . the Intersection of the produced
west line of said West Adams and
Western Avenue Tract with the north
line of Twenty-seventh street the grade
shall be 161.60.
1 And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between- said •; designated
points.
•Elevations' refer to the top >of tho
curb, are in feet and are above a plane
which Is 255 feet bnlpw City datum
P Sec! 2? The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance and
shall cause the same to be published
for ten days In the Los Angeles Herald,
and ' thereupon and thereafter it shall
take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify, that the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at its meet-
Ing of June 19, 1905.
' - H. •J. LELANDE,
City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day of June, 1905.
OWEN McALEER,
7-3-12 lOt r, , ■.... -..'. „, . Mayor.
'Ordinance No. 11,184"
,'.'■',-,.■ X (New Series). •• ■ ' '■ "
An Ordinance declaring the intention
of the Mayor . and .< Council of tho
City of Los. "Angeles to establsh
the grade of Durango street,- from
Twenty-seventh street to the south line
of. the .West Adams and Western Ave-
nue Tract, as per map recorded In Book
6 of Maps, at pages 178 and. 179, Rec-
ords of Los. Angeles County.
The Mayor and Council i of the City
of Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it is the Intention
of the Council of the City of Los An-
geles to establish 'the grade of
. r • DURANGO STREET,
from Twenty-seventh street to. tho
south line of the West Adams and
Western Avenue Tract, as per map re-
corded in Book 6 of Maps, at pages
178 and 179, Records of Los Angeles
County, In accordance with the follow-
ing elevations:
A.At the intersection with Twenty-sev-
enth street the grade shall be 163.45 at
the southwest corner and 163.88 at the
southeast corner. -
At • the Intersection with ' Twenty-
eighth street the grade shall be 158.38
at the northwest corner, 158.69 at the
northeast corner, 158.30 at the south-
east corner and 158.00 at the southwest
corner. '.-.,■ ■ ■ • ■ ■■,
At the Intersection with the south
line of 'said West Adams and Western
Avenue Tract the grade shall be 155.20
on the west side and 165.60 on tho
east side.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations ■ refer to the top of , the
curb, are In feet and are above a piano
which Is 255 feet, below City datum
plane.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance and
shall . cause the same to be published
for ten days In the Los Angeles Herald,
and thereupon and thereafter It shall
take effect and be In force. .
- I hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance. was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at its meet-
Ing of June 19, 1905. ,-.-•■
H. J. LELANDE.
City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day of June, 1905.
OWEN MoALEER,
7-8-12 lOt
* -■• . . Notice of Snle. ~ ■
By virtue of authority given me by City
Ordinance No. 97,- I will sell at public
auction at 10 o'clock A. M. on July 14th,
1906, at the Police station, on First street,
the following described unclaimed prop-
erty, vl»:
76 bicycles; 15 watches; 2 fur boas; 1
feather boa; 2 hand grips; 12 revolvers; 1
lot toy pistols; 8 telenoope grips and con-
tents; 1 lot of pocket-books and purses; i
coats; . 1 Eton jacket; 1 breast pin; 1
leather muslo holder; 1 lot old. knives; 1
umbrella; 1 lap robe; 1 lot eye-glasses;
several lots of junk. . ■— ■ -
W. A.' HAMIIKU
, 7-4 lOt ' Chief of Police.
Everything you want you will find in
the classified page. One cent a word.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
WEDNBBDAT, July 6, 1906.
Oeorge W. Schwartlng to F. W. Ste-
vens—Part farm lot 148, American Colony
tract , : ......$1438
U. T. ft R. Co to Peter Zack— Lot 161.
Strong & Dickinson's; Flgueroft. Btrect
tract ..; $1425
William R. Harper and Virginia B. Har-
per to Lottft J. Renfrew— Part lot 5, F. J.
Ganahl's resubdlvislon of lots 7 to 11, 8
to 28. and part lot 1, block Q. Garvanaa
addition No. 1 $10
Same to Anna C. Knox— Part of lot 6,
same restibdlvlslon $10
James E. and Cornelia C. Redd to Fred
M. and Mabel E. Miller— Lot HO, Central
Avenue Home tract $10
James M. Brwne «nd Dorothy Valde*
to same— Lot 110, same tract $1
i Cynthia L. Conger to James Franklin—
Lot 64, Conger's Central Avenu* troct.slo
L. R. and n. P. Garrett to George Wlrth
— 1/Ot 7, Moneta place $1
Same to George Wlrth— Part lot 71, same
tract t $10
Same to same— Lot 2, same tract ....$lO
Manuel Bernero, Lulu Bernero, Theresa
Trufelll, Cornelius Mclnerny and Roue
Mclnerny to Giovanni Scotto— Lot T,
block 197, Santa Monica .....$lO
Martha A. Evans to R. ,W. Polndextrr
— Lot 3, block 9, Moulton's add $10
Louise J. Gllly, Ind. and as nrlmx. of est.
of Joseph F. Gllly. deed., .to Rafaela
Eyraud— Lots 16 and 17, block B, Perry
Villa tract $1800
11. F. Bridges to G. M. Burllngame—
Part Block D, replat of Tebbetts' sub. of
8 63 acres of blk K, sub. lands of J. H.
Painter and B. F. Ball $10
Rolla W. Coleman to Elon O. O. Oroat
—Part lots 16, 16 and 17, Rose Hill tract.slo
Rolla W. Coleman to Lydla M, Beck-
with-Pnrt lots 16, 18 and 17, Rose Hill
tract $10
Same to John N. Btelle— Lots 8, 14 and
part lots 18, 19, 20 and 21, same tract.. slo
Albert Benson to John F. Mullln— Lots
14. 16 and 16, block 19, Broadacres..:...slo
Maggie Huntlngton and Charlie B.
Huntlngton to Thomas H. Brown— Lot 87,
M. L. Wicks' , sub. of lots 304 and 305,
South ft Porter tract ....'..< $10
Joseph A. Boyden and Sarah A. Boy-
den to F. 8. Hannaford— Lot 28, Parkdale
tract „ i $10
C. J. Walker and Carrie D. Walker to
Barah A. B. Perce— Part lots 26, 26, 27 and
28. block 63, Long Beach $10
Catherine P. Mosslck and Milton Mes-
slck to Marv B. Parker— Part lots 1 and
3, block 61i Long Beach $10
Charles A. Bmlth and Sophia Smith to
John Plckett— Lots 23 and 24,. Teresa
tract < $10
H. T. Blngham and Emma pingham to
David Hawkins and Mlnerav Hawkins-
Lot 4. block 24, O.vF. Glflln's sub. of blocks
1, 2, 23 and 24. Pomona ......: $5
David Hawkins and Minerva Hawkins
to Pasadena Ice Co.— Lots 4 and 6, block
24, same tract $1037
Alice M. Pierce to Warner A. Bledd—
Lot 4, block 1, Old Clapp Or tract $10
Gerald I. de B. Lloyd to Mrs. Ella B.
Hasklns-Lot 12, Lloyd tract v,vl 10
Averell E. Danlell and Abble Danlell to
Southern California Sanitarium for Ner-
vous Diseases— Part lots 5 and 6. block 6,
sub. No. 2, Sunny Slope estate $10
Matilda Jones and Jesse Jones to Abra-
ham Solomon and David , Solomon— Lot 16-
Florida tract ..' .......,.$lO
.Throop Polytechnic Institute to Jane D.
King— Lot 12. H. H. Markham tract; lots 1
1 and 4. J. W. Workman's 5ub.. '....... 510
Jane D. King to Throop Polytechnic In-
stitute— Lots 2, 3, 4 and part lots 7, 8 and
}, E. H. Raymond's sub. of N % of lot
6, block C, San Pasqual tract .........$lO
Nora Waldronto Lewis Lebus— Lot 102,
sub. of lands of St. Paul's school ......$lO
Herman G. Kolm and Marie H. Kolm
to A. C. Chrlstern— Lots 29 and 30, Weis-
endanger's South End tract ...........$lO
■T. I. & T. Co. to Mattie L. Millhouse—
Lot 184, South Park Avenue, Home tract
No 2 • * 10
The Wollowbrook Co. to Mrs. Effle T.
Steublng— Lot 88,- Wollowbrook $10
Arthur M. Edmondson and .Frances A.
Edmondson to A. Anderson-Lot 20, block
28, Angeleno ..Heights ..................$l4OO
-George Humphries and Catherine Ellen
Humphries to John H. Burton-Lot 10,
Piedmont, tract .: •^•••;; * 10
May Agnes Jordan to A. T. Hogan—
Lots 1 and 10, Vawter's Hill Street
t rac t •■••• -* 10
Eva Conover to Francis Arnaelsteen—
Lot 18, Ross ft Dlxon's tract -.'.'„...... 5<!600
Henry Ellermann and Anna Ellermann
to Lindsey L. Russell-Lot 36, Green's
Central Avenue tract "v.-* 1 "
F. C. Dando to Anna Ellermann— Part
lot 12, block B, Dunkelberger tract .....$lO
. Benjamin Wilson and Elizabeth Wilson
to F. . C. Dando— Part lot 12, > block B,
Ba Mlma r L C Bowers* and 'George' ju" Bowers
to Alice T. Bowers^Part lots 1 a nd ,^-
Ezekiel S. Cox'a'nd' Joanna Cox to Her-
bert T.. Cox-Lot 10, block 15, New York
tract ..i.... ......... 510
Alice 'E. Stamm; and^A. J.. Stamm to
Lydia Homann— Lot 8, block 3, Marathon
tract' ' r. ;.... $10
Elizabeth's. Kane and Viola B. Haskell
to Leslie F. Douglass— Lots 8 and J>,
Hpmi tract . •.■•••■*.. ...$lO
Elizabeth B. ' Kane ■ to William Peach
and Julia A. Peach— Part lot 17, replat of
Barclay's- sub. of , Gilmore Vineyard
tract ................•'• ♦W
Jesse M. Chaff ee and Bites, J. Chaff ee to
Elizabeth S. Kane and Viola B. Kaske 1-
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4. block A, Rigglns
Brothers' ; sub. of , part of , Grogan
tract ..;.'. ..i'. ?*(UU
Benjamin" F. Orr to Timothy Mee-Lot
14, block 8, Greenwell tract ......$lO
Alamltos Land Co. to Clara Cummins
—Part farm lot 65, Alamltos tract ...$lO
William H. Slack and Lydla A. Slack
to Sarah Kirvln-Lot .7. block 4,. Country
Club tract * »•••••••••••••••• *^
Emma Simmons to ■. A. J. Richardson
and J. W. Fllnk— Part Ro La Ballona.slo
A. J. Richardson and John W. Flink to
F. H. Hamilton— Agreement to convev
part Ro La 8a110na.... .......436,400
Walter Morrow and Veda Sheppard
Morrow to S. W. Holslnger-Part lot 20.
Walter Morrow tract ........;. '•■••'•■• ••*">
Adele F. Tatum to Minnie A. Owings—
Lot 7. block 4, Charles Victor Hall trt.slo
Minnie A.. Owings and John A. Owings
to Adele F. Tatum-Lot 27 and part lot
2fi. Clark & Bryans Lope Star tract ....$lO
"PUBLIC ADVERTISING ';'
Ordinance No. 11,180
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the intention
of the Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Forty-eighth street, from Flgueroa
street to Moneta avenue. ■ .
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows: ■ . • ■
Section 1. That It Is the Intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angelos
0 es 'forty-eighth street, .
from Flgueroa street to Moneta ave-
nue, in accordance with the following
elevations: ■ -, '■ "_,"'"'
• At ■ the intersection with Figueroa
street the grade shall be 154.67 at the
northeast corner and ■ 154.40 at the
southeast corner. • • . ;;'.-•'•• ■■ : -,'-"-'
• At the intersection with Moneta ave-
nue the grade shall bo 159.71 at the
northwest corner ■ and .159.59 at the,
southwest corner, as now established on
Moneta avenue.
And at all points between Bald desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a. straight
line drawn between said designated
P Elevations refer- to the top' of the
curb, are In feet and are above a plane
which is 265 feet' below City datum
Pl Sec." 2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance and
shall cause the same to be published
for ten days In the Los Angeles Herald,
and thereupon ■ and ■ thereafter , it shall
take effect and be In force. '
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at Its meet-
ingofJunelS. 1905 k j: , leland]s
- City Clerk.
Approved this *%^ sJS3&£?*\
7-8-12 10t :■••■'<■ Mayor.
CHy AMe»«nient, MDos-M.- Notice- of
Meeting, ot cit T Hoard of U(|uullsu>
' Notice is hereby given that the as-
sessment . roll of the City of Los An-
geles for ■ the - fiscal year 1905-06 has
Been completed -by -.the City •Assessor
and has , been delivered to ■ the City
Clerk of Bald . city, and .that . the City
Council will meet as a board of equal-
ization to examine said assessment roll
and to equalise the assessment of prop-
erty, beginning: Monday, July 10th,
1905 and continue from day to day
until- the .business of equalization •- la
disposed of, but not later than the Ist
day of August, 1905.' ■ '
The -meetings of the Board will be
held In tho Council ■ Chamber of the
City Hull of said * city, and In the
meantime said assessment roll will be
open for Inspection ■to all | persons In-
Urest * d - H. J. LELANDE.
City Clerk of the City of Los Angeles.
> 7.J-15 lOt
H, J. Stftrklns and Florence H. Starklni
to Cell* Waktor-Part lot 11, Maejr Btree*
tract $10
Cella Waktor to If. J. Starklns and Flor-
ence R. Starklns— Lot 13, block 11, BrooK- ,
lyn Weights Onnahl tract $10,,
The Wlllowbrook Co. to Barbara C.
Taylor— Lot 91, Wlllowbrook ....' 7.. 510
Manhattan Beach Co. to Bonlfftce Alan-i
*o— Lot 15, block 120, Manhattan Beach!
Dlv. No. S .....:.............. ..$lO
Santa Monica Land & Water Co. to
Mary M. NelllSr-Lot 21, block 35. Artesian
tract .'. .....$l»0
■ Wllber. L/Rankln and Althca Rankln to
Oeorge Thurner— Lots 23 and 24, block O.'
resub of lots. B, .4 and' 6. t0 .40, Denftmora
Villa tracts* $10
Henry Goodwin and Emily L>. Ooodwln
to Oscar C. Ford— Lot 11, Venice View
tract ....:... $lO
Ralph Rogers Co. to Thomas T>earmont
— Lots 20 and 21, block 6, Nadeau Park
Villa tract $150
Lucy L. 'Washington to Lucy W. 'In-
frsoll— Lot 1», Htttchlnsons sub , of lots
8 nnd 11, Blngham tract, Pomona; lots-
11 and 12. Crab* sub of Nlcklln tract.. s24oo
M. 11. Bordwell and Judith -J. Bordwell
to Charlotte B. Palmer— Part lots 7 -and'
8, block 7,Harbor View tract :..slßflo
T. I. & T. Co. to Emma E. Llllle— Lot »,
block IT, Huntlngton Park Annex. .'..., .510 '
1 T. I. ft T. Co. to Able C. Doughty-Lot
185, South Park Ave, Home tmct No. 2. 510
' L. A. Trust Co. to Joseph H. Pranke—
Part lot 110 and all lot ill, Moulton Home
tract .....$lO
P. Janss and Emma Jansa to Home
Builders of L. A.-Lot 23, block 29, H. T.
Hazard's E.ist Side add - .$lO
Ralph Salsbury to J. H. Felter— Agree-
ment to convey Lot 7, Eugene Rlgglns stib
to Hathaway tract $1250
Ralph Salßbury to A. J. Sanbprn— Lot 7,
Eugene Rlgglns sub of Hathaway trt ..$lO
City of L. A. and Bd of Water Comrs to'
John Cleghorn— Lot 62, resub of Foot Hill
tract .................$5,
Same to John Cleghorn and Elizabeth
W. Cleghorn— Lots 53 and 64 same resub. ss
Martha Jean McNally and P. J. Me-'
Nally to Mary Lindsay— Lot 7, McNally
tract In Ro San Pa5qua1..... '.........;. 5740V
Bee Reglna Hiss and B. H. Hiss to MarV.
Hughes— Agreement to convey ; lot ,15... bile,
14, Hermosa Beach ....;. ...... .$l5O
Joseph A. Miller to Elizabeth Humphrey.
— Lot 20, blk I, Ocean Park Villa tract.slo;.
Elizabeth W. Hall to. Sarah -Klrvin--.
Lot 28. block 10, replat of Bay View trt.slo
Adams-Phllllps Co. to Mrs. W. L. Berry./
—Lot 6. Home tract In block' : A...*..';'.'.'.*.slo-
George F. Thompnon and Ida ■ . M.- '.
Thompson to Albert E. Corliss and: Lizzie'
C. Corliss— Lot 36, Thompson Brothers ;
sub ..:...'. ...;.......... ..$lO
Eva I. Lower and William A. Lower to-
Maria Tlpton and Mattie E.. Tlpton— Part .(
lots 17, 18 and 19, block 81, Long Beach.. slo » ;
Andrew Olsen and Matilda -. Olsen / to '
Charles Seltz— Lots 21 and 22, block • 71. '
same '....I '. .'....'....,....510. >
P. E. Hatch and Eloulse C. Hatch to' ■"
Townsend-Roblnson Inv. Co. — Lot-7,ibllC
128. resub of portions of Alamltos tract,
and Alamltos Beach Townslte, lots 13,'> 14,. -.
15, and 16, block 134, - Alamltos Beach -
Townslte. Part Fm lot 22. Alamltos trt;slO
"Samuel Dolley and Sarah- Dolley.' to '
Grant Pence— Lots 16 ' and - 17, .' San . Ga- "■ '■•
brlel :....:... .$lO r
T. G. & T. Co. to Lucy Laubershefmer
—Lts 4 an— d 6, Calkin's Flgueroa Street
traot i. , „. . .$lO'E
i Alexander -.Weiss to - S. «. P. . Eldrldge— l '
Lot 15. Weiss tract No. 2..... ...;.$375..N
■ Martha J.. Hancock to Abbie. Laßerge-~
. Agreement to convey . lot - 22, ;blocfc.Jo,.
Brooklyn tract ...........".$1250 '
C. E. Wood. Columbia E. Wood, ". W. L. :
Phillips and Marlon. A. Phillips to Mrs.fe
Eliza. Gilman— Lot 7 and part lot 6, block;,
K. Vawter's Ocean View tract ....... '.-.$10 ;,
Marshall Sevy and Jane E. Sevy;to;J...
H. Kenady— Agreement to convey lot 104, 1
Boettcher tract ......... .........;...'.'... 52700:.'
Arthur Emerson Wilson and Elizabeth R
J. Wilson to Zacharlah David— Lot: 4.-'
block 10, Electric Railway .Homestead -
association .JlO
James G. Ogllvle and Hattie L. Ogllvle T
to Abbie W. ■ Priest— Lot 45, - Ogilvle's
Grand View Heights .......;.$lO ;
Arthur E.-Covoll to • John W. • Johnson
— Lot 9, block 114, Manhattan. Beach sub.
No. 3 ..:...:. .....;..... ...t..slo;'
A. M. Caswell to E. W. Murphy— Lot Q.. 1
block 75. ■ Santa ' Monica t. '. . . ;V. .7". .$lO l
-■ August H. Stelnmeyer and . Clara •» H. '.'■
Stelnmeyer to Charlotte Cope and Sahlna I
Rlttinger— Lot 16, block 10, • Charles '.Vic- r
tor Hall tract ..........^.slo,
Anna W. Pallmen to . Axel - Pallmen —
Part lot 12, block B, Walsh ; Estate
eract '.. '..".............. ".;'.sl£
• L. R.'Garrett and B. P. Garrett to Em-;-:
ma L. Muskat-Lots 24, 26, , 28, i3O and 38. r
Moneta place ........'.-.JIO -
Josephine I. Hurd to F. A. Helton— Lot v
15, block 1, Short Lino Beach sub." 1 ; No. .-
1 .........;.. ..sl>
F. A. Helton and Bertha L.' Helton |to I
Amelia Kessler— Lot ,15, i- block ,;. li i- Short ;;-,
Line .-Reach sub -.-...,.....,»>. J10
' Sophia ' Wlskbtschlll and' 1 1. N. j Wlskot- '
schlll . to Henry Koch and - Ed « Qolter-r": ;
Property on Washington .street -.near/
Main street ...'. ..;.:... i$10:
George A; Bryant and Emma E. Bryant I
to Edwin Brown Macfarlane and • Lydla \i
Macfarlane— Lot 19, Irene i,T,olchard tract j
..r.'..r.slos
• The Willowbrook Co. to Harry, M.T and r,.
Ollie B. Trostle— Agreement , to convey lot?;
132. Wlllowbrook ..:.... ..$3OO t
Same to same— Same,' lot 135, same.. s3oo;
Same to same— Same, lot 136, same.'.s3oO>
Same to same— Same, lot 137, same.. Woo
'Same to same— Same, lot 133, same;. $300"
Same to same— Same, lot 134, same.~.s3oQ
Abbot Kinney to Henry Roeder— Lot w.~i*
block 9, Golden Bay tract .'."... ".r.510i'
Philip Alward to Christian ■ P. Hassel- 1
balch— Lots 23 and 24, block -»1, ■■■. Palos;.;
Verdes tract ............. ...\.:.:....:^:;.fW<i
Mabelle I. Kincald to R. C. Adams— Lot :■;
14, Dayman tract No. 2 ...:.'....'.. '.... rr. 510 5'
Charles A. Plalsted and Annie L. Plats- ,<
ted to Amy Farquhar — Lot 6, •- block j 54. -
Clearwater .$5O:
Mutual Realty Co. to Dorothy Wolcott
—Lots 37 and 38, block A, -Henrique, Villa",
tract ..........:...-..T.5150;
Gustave P. Wolfrom to -William ■H. '
Landing Jr.— Part sections 3, 4, 6, , 6,.- 7,' 8"
and 9. township 1 south, range 18 west.slo I
William H. Landing Sr.and Charles .T. ,0
Landing to Gustave P. "Wolfrom— Same ,*
property as above .'....... .'.'.s2ooo'
William 11. Landing Sr. and ~, Charles J
ToiLandlng to Alma L. Wolfrom-f-AH.ln- V
terestin mines, etc.; part- section: B,' town- <
ship I", south,; range 18 west ....;'...".■;.. 510 j
,8. F. -Johnson, and '.Claire C. -Johnson 1 ,
to ,S. H. Streeter-Part lot 26, , Shafer • & ,
Towne's resub. of Rosedale Heights
tract .............'.. .slo if
William J. > Goade and Annie B. Goade I
to . Robert L. Finch— Part ' farm ; lotv iS.f
Gardena tract .'............:.. "..r.".510\
'Robert L. Finch and Rosa M.' Finch tor,
William J. Goade— Part farm lot 36, ■ Gar- g
dena tract .'. ".'.7..:.*".510 s
• Joseph H. Call and .L'Dora>C. 'Call to Sj
Julius A. Bowden— Lots 7, .13, .14,* 15,* 16, T^
17 and 18, ; block 11, Arlington •■ Heights >
tract ....:. .....r...... -.$5000 ::?
Hermosa Beach Land and Water Co. v to %
Almira Ida . Bryer-Lt 23, block 48, • first •-■
add to Hermosa Beach ......*;.'.... ",'■•• ."^lO/*
T. G. & T. Co. to Mary Scheele^Lot 30, '.'.
Hawthorne ' annex .......... .". . .".' ..,'.■; .r.5370 £,
A. W. Bunker and Abble A- Bunker to,;
Llda S. Kellar— Part section 11, , township '„
1 osuth, range 10 west .....v.; ;'....;.;. -.$4OO0 >
C. Q. Stanton and Ida :D.- Stanton; to*
George E. Osborn and Mary. E. ' Osborn— '■
Lots 2 .and 3, William Stamlln's resub- s
division .' .'.'.... r.T.T. SIO I
• ,W. M."' Saddler and Cassle Saddler, I . Jo ft
A. ■ M. Morrlssey— Lot, 193. Wleaendanger.
South End tract ........;.:.:. .*. . . .*.;.; :.'.'. .sl£
A. M.- Morrlssey to Cassle SaddleiVLot ;!
193, Wieaendanger's South' End tract.7T,sl ;',
Rosedale Cemetery association to Louise g
E. Thompson— Agreement to care lor'sln- f
gle graves 1 and 2 in southwest corner of
lot IS3, section M, ROBedale cemetery.. s2s'.'.
James Roche to J. B. ; Harris— Lot; 12, "i;
block D, J. W. Ellis' subdivision of, part v.
lots 2 and 3,'block 39, H.5.'..... ::..... 5550 1,
• -W. R. Barbour to J. R. Hodges— Lots %
12 and 13. block D, addition No. 1 to Co- j
vlna; part lots 1 and - 2, ,- blook 1-6, -' Co-'*
vlna .' ......;............ $2500; ;
• California' Safe Deposit and Trust. Co.;>
to Continental Building and - Loan - asso- 1
elation— Lot 11, Crlbb He Sinclair's .sub-
division No. ■< 6,'' under trust deed , 2035- '
266 '................ '.. ....;.-...r.52128i
Barah M. Douglass to Joseph ; D. 'WU- /■
son and Myrtle M. Wilson— Lot 12,'8e0-:.
Held tract ;.....;.;..t.s7oov
• Catherine Gilbert and Joseuh.D. Gilbert ;-
to Joseph D. Wilson and Myrtle M.»WH-Ji
son— Lot 3, Gilbert sub ........:.. $10
Los Angeles T. Co. to George RoveaU-V
Lot 145, Moulton Home truct ........ ...J275
-C. C, Maxon, Marie Maxon and George V
Nuwllu to A.: II. Emanuel— Part sections?
16 and 21, township 3 south, .< range U<
west ..-.;. „.$lO,
C. B. Van Avery and ' Hannah -, Van j
Avery to CC. Maxon— Lot 86, Granada
tract ..;.....;,. $10'i
K. H.'Wllhlte and Goldle F. Wilhlte to
Charles Mathlin— Lot I, . Peck's sub. block/
4, Palos Verdes tract ...,,...slo>
B. Earl Pfelfer to W. J. Haringer~Part.'
lot 171, Mills & Wicks' extension of Sec-
ond street and adj. sub' ...$6OO
Hachel ■H. Flske and Henry Charles
Fiske to Warren J. llarlnger— Same .'.slo : -
■ lienry Bnydcr and Kllzabeth L. Bnyiler
to Warren J. Marlnger— Lot 174, same.. $10
William J. Qoade and Annie B. Uoadu .
to ■A. A. Cary— Part farm lot 86, ■ The
Gardena tract ■ ......$35 '
Park Land Co. to Laura Belle Elder— 1
Lots 18 and ■ 19, block 31, Huntlngton
park ....... ..,.'..... : .' $10 i
Emll Flith to Bertha O. Howe— Lot 90,
Walnut pttrkf. .;....... .....»IWO

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