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LOS ANGELES, July 8.
Tlme-l Har, | Th. IRH'.'l'Wlnd" Tv"ti|WMrtn"f
6 a.m. l 25T90 I 60 I W*T B\V7|~Tl Foggy
2H.S6 J 74 J 62 |_VV | 8 ] Clear
"Maximum* temperature, 84.~
Minimum temperature, 69.
BAN FRANCISCO. July S. — The
weather continues very warm on the Pa
cific count This aftrrnoon temperatures
pxcpedlna 110 . degree* are reported at
many points in California.
Log Angeles and vicinity- Fair Thurs
day; warmer; Hunt west winds.
DAnnACQ-MOI^TKR - Joseph Darrncn,
aged 85, a native of France and resident
■ of Ixin Ancrlrs. and Adollna Moltke,
.BKPd 2!». a native of Germany and resi-
dent of T,os Anfrples.
THOM-LIVINGSTON — Catcsny Chftrles
Thorn, aptrd 28, a natlvo of California
and resident pf Lob Angeles, and Mny 8.
Livingston. flKrd 25. a natlvo ot Califor-
nia and reßlflont of Lob Anßelos.
JOHNSON-ICYI">B— J. I. Johnson, ngei
80, a native of Illinois and resident o
Los Annelrs, and Mao R. Hyde, B(te<
27, a native ot Illinois and resident of
SCOTT-OLASK-Alfrcd O. Scott, BRfd 24.
A native of California and resident of
Rlncon, and Mae 8. Glaso. aged 32. a
i natlvo of Illinois and resident of Phoe-
■VVHITE-inLT,~F. C. White, aged 29, a
native of New York and resident of
V Burbank, and Ella H. 11111, aged 22, a
-. natlvo of Wisconsin and resident of
PLETCI I EU- LOCKER— Andrew Pletcher,
aged 37, a native of Germany and resi-
• dent of Los Angeles, and Freda Locker,
afred 27, a native of Switzerland and
resident of Los Angeles.
1 COOK-WHlTE— William Cook, aged 29, a
natlvo of Oregon and resident of Coro-
nado Beach, and Frances B. White,
, , aged 32. a native of Missouri and resi-
dent of San Diego.
LEVAN-TURNER-S. 11. Levan, aged 29,
a native of Illinois and resident of
Monrovia, and Caressla H. Turner, aged
, '■ 28. a native of New York and resident of
ADDISON — GRAETTINGER-Robert M.
V Addlson, aged 30, a native of Texas and
resident of Pasadena, and Harriet
... Graettinger, aged 28, a native of Wis-
consin and resident of Pasadena.
PANIELSON-LlDEN— Antone Danlelson,
-' •'. - aged 27, a native of Sweden and residen
.'. ' of Los Angeles, and Hilda Liden, aged
HUM, a native of Norway and resident of
t '.'■'■ Los Angeles. »•
. lADAMS-NOYES— Harry M. Adams, aged
. 31, a native of Indiana and resident of
. Los Angeles, and l^aura S. Noyes, aged
H 38, a native of Maine and resident of
! BOWSER-THOMPSON— V. E. Bowser,
• ■ aged 23, a native -of Indiana and resl-
■ ,\ dent of Pasadena, and Mary A. Thomp-
" son, aged 24, a native of Minnesota and
• resident of Pasadena.
I CUDDEBACK-RUBOTTOM-D. A. Cud-
• deback. aged 38, a natlvo of California
, and resident of Los Angeles, and Jessie
■;'./; P. j Rubottom, aged, 38, a native of ln-
.'"dlana and resident of Los Angeles.
. MILLER-McELROY— J. F. Miller, aged
>■ . 30, . a native of Pennsylvania and resi-
"'• dent of Los Angeles, and Clementena
-< ': McElroy, aged 28, a native of Canada
and resident of Los Angeles.
KAST-FURSTENFELD— Frank X. Kast,
; -aged 30, a native of California and resl-
' ; : dent- of San Francisco, and Augusta
■ Furstenfeld, aged 28, a native of Califor-
nia and resident of Los Angeles.
'■'' CRONIN-To Mr. and Mrs. Henry T..
■3007 Halldale avenue, a son, July 4.
.; SMITH— To Mr. and Mrs. Ross Smith, a
BURK-JaWPo ?Mr.-*MMi*3tf?(£?FriH!k P., ; 902'
r.*> -West Tenth street, June 29, 'a girl. ■
MORTON— To Mr. and Mrs. C. H., 6600
Monte Vista street. June 30, a girl.
McANALLY— To Mr. and Mrs. Timothy
• ■ R.. 712 South Hope street, July 3, a boy.
MARSHALL— To Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
R., 931 West Fortieth street, July, 3,
boy twins. ■•■.'•■■
MARCHADO-To Mr. and Mrs. R. C,
2306 LaGrande street, July. 3, a boy.
HESTER-^To Mr. and Mrs. Frank, 1066
• ■ West Thirty-fifth street, July 3, a girl.
HALL-To Mr. and Mrs. Silas S., 1641
Rockwood street, June 28, a girl.
I FLORES-To Mr. and Mrs. Maleo F.,
1506 Kearney street. June 30. a boy.
-CANNAVINE— To Mr. and Mrs. Dannie
. K., 3835 Woodlawn avenue, July 3, a boy.
CALDERON— To Mr. and Mrs. Felix,
; Howard station, July 3, a girl.
■BLUINE— To Mr. and Mrs. Frank W.,
,2196 West Twenty-nfth street, July 1,
THORNTON-To Mr. and Mrs. Dr. D. D.,
. 1703 West Twenty-flfth street, June 30,
BERWICK— To Mr. and Mrs. B. William,
1126 Maple avenue, July 1, a boy.
Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and em-
balmers; lady assistant 433 S. 11111. Te>
PETERSON— Anna C, 538 South Beaudry
street, dementia. July 4, aged 61 years.
WlLLE— Louise L., 1104 South Grand
avenue, tuberculosis, July 5, aged 18
PETROHAS-Davls, county hospital, pul-
monary tuberculosis, July 2, aged 25
LEACH-Clara, 1017 East Washington
street, endocarditis, July 3, aged 45 years
WEST— Mary E., 624 Kayette street,
phthisis pulmonalls, July 3, aged 55
COLEMAN— John, 617 South Olive street,
apoplexy. July 4, aged 78 years.
JAMES-Mllton Russell. 025 West Wash-
ington street, meningitis, July 3, aged
PIPE— John, 406 Bauchct street, per-
tusis, July 3, aged 8 months.
KlNG— George Martin, 426 North Belmont.
acute phthisis pulmonalis, July 4, aged
CAMPBELL— Humes, Infant of. Prescott.
• Ariz., Inanition. May 29, aged 21 days.
POUND-Cloe. Riverside, Cal., old age.
July 1, aged 82 years.
WOOD— Thomas S.. Pomona, Cal., apo-
plexy, July 5, aged 77 years.
CRONIN— To Henry T. and wifeT~3oo7
Halldalo ave., a healthy baby boy.
Mother and baby resting comfortably.
' COLEMAN— John, at his home, 617 South
-Olive street, Tuesday, July 4, 1905,
- father of Mrs. Nellie Du Sol, Margaret
< Coleman and Mrs. Catherine Traster.
Funeral Friday morning at 9 o'clock
from undertaking parlor of Cunning-
ham & O'Connor, 1031 South Grand ave-
■ nue, thence to Cathedral of Bt. Vlblana.
; Interment New Calvary cemetery.
> Friends Invited.
>CATTET~At 4tiSH tiouth Lake street.
< . July 6, 1905, August P. Cattet, born in
! Cherdrelle, Algeria, aged 59 yean. Fu-
neral service from Bresee Bros, to the
Masonio Temple. 403 South 1111l street,
Friday at 1:30. Frlenrta invited.
BRESK BROS. CO. I ,5iS H^ fE
BROADWAY AND SIXTH BTREBT
V*«r Awlitant Attend* lIIUnFRTAKFRC
ladlea and ChKdren. UIwEKIAIVIKJ
PIERCE BROS. A CO.
> Funeral director*. 110-812 8. Flower etreet.
Our lady undertaker. Mi«» Elisabeth Tbompaon,
Ila attendance for women and children day ox
< night. I'hone Main 1H27; Home ttl,
■ CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
fNUKHTAKKKh, have removed 1,. loai (!o.
Qrend Aug. Phonea — Main «03; Horn* <0»
SLAUGHTER IN WALL PAPEtt. ,
BEST VALUB IN U, 8.
■ -76-ln. burlap. 20c; Stf-ln. dyed, lto;
;. opaqua »had<;», 25c; best paint, $1.60; ,
table oil cloth, 30a; molding, 2c; shin- i
g\* ftaln, 75c; best white enamel
; ' made — makes thlnga Jook Ilka a. mir-
ror; trlazin*. painting. ,
WALTER BXIOS.. til B. Bering.
AGENTS — OPPORTUNITY OP IjtPß-
tlme; no experience necessary ; big cash
profits dally; onn agent made $21 In one
hour; every one will buy. we Issue
more accident and sickness policies than
any other similar company In the world;
we give the moot popular and cheap-
eat insurance written: new plan; $1 a
ypnr pay* for $500 policy; no bsspsb-
mrnts or dtiea; other amounts' In propor-
tion. Death benefit: weekly Indemnity:
free medical attendance; original and
popular features; either sex. All claims
promptly and liberally settled; Insur-
ance, (utsets jr,no. i«ki. Reliable represen-
: tatlves wanted everywhere; exclusive
territory; liberal, permanent contract to
capable, agents and managers, whole or
part time; large, quick, permanent In-
come, Increasing enrh year, absolutely
sure. Address INTERNATIONAL. COR-
PORATION, 231 Broadway (Dept. 46),
HUMMEL nUOB. & CO.,
A strictly first-class, reliable agency.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
116-118 East Second street,
Between Main and Los Angeles sts.
Largest and best equipped offices on
the I'acillo coast.
HUMMEL TIROS A CO..
US and US R 2d St.
Telephones— Main 6Ut
Flrat-clasa newspaper solicitors.
Apply at circulating department be-
tween 7i30 and 8 a. m. and 4 |3O and
5 p. m.
LOS ANGELES HCIIALD,
Situations — Male and Female
MAN AND WIFE, JAPANESE COOK,
desire position. Address T. YAMASAKI,
128 N. San Pedro St., Los Angelos, Cal.
WANTED— fI PER CENT NET INTER-
est, payable semi-annually on our paid-
up certificates; nothing better In the
market; uniform satisfaction given for
eight years past; safe as 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,
WANTED — MONEY TO LOAN ON
first mortgages at 7 per cent
net; amounts ranging from $1000 to
$5000; no charge for placing your
funds; security ample, above the
usual 50 per cent.
201> I, mi ghlln nullillng'.
OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE
— DO A RENTAL BUSINESS—
DON'T WORRY <■■■■•'
IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
WITH US— i —
MINES & FAHISH,
315 SOUTH HILL STREET.
Your vacant lots to sell, If prlceß
20» Imiclilli. Building.
WANTED — BUNCH OF LOTS OR
small acreage, this city or at beach, for
subdivision. Price must be right.
...BHOWN &. .WOODS, 317 -Fay. -/,...,".- ,
To Purchase— Real Estate
WANTED-BUNCH OF LOTS OR
small acreage near city or at beach for
subdivision. Price must be right.
BROWN & WOODS, 317 Fay.
WE HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR VENICE
and Ocean Park; Hat with us at once.
WHITCOMB-GIBSON CO.. 629-531
Laughlln Bldg. ■
To Purchase— Miscellaneous
WANTED— TO BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. We pay 1-3 more than
others. COL YEAR'S. 322-21 S. Main.
Phones: Main IU7; Home 2154.
WANTED — DEALERS AND PAPER-
hangers to write for sample books of
wall paper, paints, etc. WALTER
BROS.. 627 South Spring.
Massage, electric, tub. vapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 225H w.
First. Home 3809.
baths and massage
sage and electricity; experienced op-
erators. 615% SOUTH SPRING ST..
rooms 6. 7 and 8. Hours from 9 to U.
SCIENTIFIC AND MAGNETIC MAB-
sage. Tub baths 50 cents. Room 16.
* Hours, 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. 316V4 SOUTH
SPRING ST. Phone— Homo 4290. ■
FOR COLD SPRAY, TUB BATHS, MAB-
sage and electric treatments try 220
FRANKLIN ST. One dollar during sum-
VAPOR AND TUB BATHS, MASSAGE
and electric treatments. Room 225, 702
SOUTH SPRING STREET. Telephone,
scientific treatments-no sun*-
■ day treatment; office hours, 9to 9. 223
W. s SECOND ST., Rooms 213-215. Horn.,
THE ESTELLE BATHS — NEWLY
opened; flrst-class baths and mas-
sage. 127 EAST SECOND. Phone 3084.
THE MITCHELL BATHS AND MAS-
»age purlors— 2lB NORTH MAIN
ST. Office 11. Phone Home 1459.
321 S. HILL. VAPOR AND TUB BATHS,
massage, for colds, rheumatism, ner-
vousness. Open every day.
BATHS-MOVED FROM SUITE 14 AND
16, USH 8. Broadway to 309 W. TEM-
PLE. Room 2.
11ATH AND MASSAGE— FIRST-CLASS
Suites 6 and 7, NO. MOtf t. SPRING.
VAPOR. TUB. MASSAGE BATHS. 854
SOUTH LOB ANGELES STREET.
B £J7A i^ T , RY ONB - m * w - FOURTH
Pi tIiUVJI. _^____
PALMISTS AND MtDIUMS
I>ROF ' f K'PP.'"PBT*cmcTiiK3nJM73l«4
fa. Spring; card, head, hand or psychic
readings, 25c; satisfaction or no pay
original song souvenirs free; hundreds
DR. GREEN, LIFE READER, BUSl-
ness medium, gives readings dally; test
circles Tue., Thur. evenings at 8 o'clock'
25c. Room 16, U9H 8. SPRING BT.
MRS. PARKER. PALMIST AND CLAIr"
voyan^ 41«H SOUTH SPRING STREET,
MARRIAGE LAWS A SPECIALTY. NO
fee without success, a. W. COOK. 621
Btlmtion Block. 3d and Spring. I'hotw
6718 Open evenings.
DIVORCE LAWB-ADVICB FREE; NO'
fee without success; private, i h
SMITH. 122 W. 'third at.. Room 10« »
to 6 ii in.
Ptanoa routed at tow rate*. A a
GARDNER PIANO HOUSB. Ua\, 131
Winston st. Phone Black £2S; Aoal
phone 81U5* . ; , . .
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1905.
; FOR RENT
140-NINB ROOM ON WASHINGTON,
east of Bush; large lot, barn, abun-
danro of fruit.
f?l.r<o— 6-room modern eott««r« on Macy
street FRANK LBRCH,
__ 121 Henna Mock.
Are you innlclnK iOT A
nice, comfortable, modern
flnt at' Iot» price r Well)
we pertnlnlr run plenna yon.
Look over the 1I«I, and
then ponnnlt onr Itental
Department for ilrtnll*.
sixteenth and l"ln«rr,
$20 per month.
Initrnham and Union, $23
per month. - :
Sentonn and fSlrnril, $15
Wall, near Seventh, $13
1828V4 South Main street,
$20 per month.
IWOH South Main street,
$20 per month.
Eleventh and Hill streets,
six rooms, $23 per month.
Seven-room house In rear,
$30 per month.
And vre have others.
It. A. lIOWAN & CO.
Rental Ilcpiirlnicnt. - '
200 11. IV. llrllmnu Bids.
i• * ' '
TO LET— MODERN FLATS-Water Free.
f 10 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
$12— 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
$12 — 3 rooms, 334 S. Flgueroa.
$13.50—5 rooms, 219 N. Flgueroa.
$14—3 rooms, 334 S. Figueroa, furnished.
$16 — 6 rooms, 1013 W. 'Diamond. •
$16—5 rooms, 1016 W. Ist ■■■■-.
$16—4 looms,' 910 W. Ist. " :"~~. — "
$16—3 rooms,- 204 N. Fremont, furnished.
$18— 3 rooms, 21S N. Fremont, furnished.
WIEBENUAKOISR. 2.1 Lauehlln Bid. 30
FOR $14 YOU CAN RENT THREE
rooms, completely furnished, new, ele-
gant: housekeeping; gas range, bath,
telephone, hot water; close In. 334
SOUTH FIGTTEROA. $10 unfurnished;
also 204 NORTH FREMONT, $10 unfur-
T~ • "~~F u| * n *BhetlTßoomaL=L' '—— |
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR-THK
best place In Los Angeles to room
and board, call at 305 S. Hunker Hill:
highest elevation In city; a nice, quiet
home, newly furnished and homo
cooking:. Take Angel's Flight, then
go two blocks west. Rates low for
FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED
room. 1039 South Olive St.: every con-
venience and strictly private: $» per
month. Also, unfurnished half of flat,
bedroom, large, pleasant dining room
and large kitchen and pantry, $15 per
month; telephone and water paid. 1039
. South Olive. Telephone Home 4588. ;. I
TO LET— LARGE, AIRY ROOMS. FUR-
nlshed for housekeeping; single or two-
room suites: low summer rates; private
house; free bath; yard; close in; phone
. 3434. 428 SOUTH HOPE ST.
$16— THREE ROOMS, COMPLETELY
furnished: new; housekeeping-; in
new building. 218 N. FREMONT.
Stores and Offices
store room, $10.00 per month, including
water. Good location for barber
plumber, tailor, etc. CRITES, MYERS
& KULU, agents, 107 B. Aye. 64.
Beach Froperty •
HUNTINGTON BEACH IS IT. CALL
on SMITH & ASTON, 226 Laughlin
Bldg., and see some snaps they have.
Heach of lice, 105 W. Ocean ave.
PATENTS AND PATENT RJGHT3
TUWNSEND, LYON, HACKXiKY ~&
FRANCIS M. TOWNSEND. formerly
of Townsend Bros.
FREDERICK S. LYON, formerly with
GEORGE T. HACKLEY, formerly
with Townaend Bros.
ARTHUR P. KNIGHT, formerly with
Solicitors of U. S. and Foreign Patents,
Trade-Marks and Copyrights. Patent,
trade-mark and copyrights suits In all
courts. Rooms 604-507 Merchants' Trust
Bul'dlng, 209 S. BROADWAY, Los An-
geles, . Cal.
HAZARD & HARPHAM, PATENTS,
Pioneers. SPRING AND FIFTH. Pat-
ent book free.
FOR A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE
IS OUR FIGURE.
Anything else you want at tha
same proportion. Let us have a
chance to figure on your house. We
will furnish your plans and make »
house that will suit you. We art
pleased to refer to any one for whom
we have bulldcd, for we leave them
our frfends. We can furnish you the
money if you wish. Drop in and talk
It over with us.
INGLEHART BUILDING CO.,
Home Phone 7666. 713 8. Broadway.
BCHXFF&i AN" DENTAL" x£
107 JN'. Spring st.-Palnleas extracting.
fllltnK. crown and bridge work, flexible
rubber plaUs. Pure gold fillings, 750
up; all other lllllns». 50c up; cleaning
teeth, 500 up; cold crowns and bridge
work, $2.50 up; seta teeth, $2.50 up. Also
open evenings and Sunday forenoons.
FRANK BTEVBNB. XU\j '. O. BPRINO
MINING AND ABBAYINQ
DEVELOPMENT "WORK IB BEING
rapidly pushed upon the Goldfield Wild
Horse property and on , the Bullfrog
Red Oak claim.
Unth in the proved districts of Kh-
inrr-ihla and Nye counties, Nevada.
Treasury stock now on sale. Write or
call for Information to fiscal agents
VAAPA MINKS PROMOTION CO .
212 anil 213 Herman W. Hellman Bldg.
Wilcox Buildluv, deals In bonds, mori-
H'uicea and other first-class securities.
Loana negotiated at lowest marUet
rate*. If you wish to lend money on
first mortgagea, 1 can place it for you
safely and at a fair rat* of Interest.
Reference: First National Bank. Lai
Ab«elM Natlgual Bauk. . 4
Two Souls With Bat
a Stogie Thought
Left Tiy a HeialiL liner
MONEY TO LOAN
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL
KINDS OK GOOD SECURITY IN SUMS
TO SUIT AT CURRENT RATES. ■> .
JAMBS B. THHELKBLD,
201 FAV HLDG., 326 W. THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MA1N. 393.
NOTARY PUULIC. CONVEYANCER.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED
salaried persons on note without nocur-
lty, without employers' knowledge and
without lndorsars; easy payments; posi-
tively lowest rates. Notes bought, loans
on local stocks, etc. Hours 10:30 a. m.
to 1 p. m. and 2 to 6:30 p. m. .COM-
MERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.. 604 Frost
Hlock. i ____^
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES—
fur 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.
ANY AMOUNT ON FURNITURE,
pianos, household goods, machinery,
eta.. If stored In our new fireproof ware-
house. Office 322 S. Main. . COLYEAR
WAREHOUSE CO.. Phone Main 1117.
THE CRESCENT LOAN CO.. SUITE 700-
TOl Lanktrshlm building, cor. 3rd and
Spring. Loans money to salaried peo-
ple on their note without security, or
endorser; strip tl y confidential.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security: easy pay-
mpiits. Largest business In 60 principal
cities. TOLMAN. Room 430 Mason
Bldg.. cor. 4th and Broadway.
ON DIAMONDS"! FURNITURE, LlVE-
stock, etc., low rates; prompt, reliable.
REID & CO., 142 S. Broadway, Room
120. Phone 1926.
MONEY TO LOAN— THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 319 and 320 Douglas building,
.will lend money on city or county real
n. w. powdexter; 400 wilcox
Dlilff., loHnn money on real ciitatCf
stocks and bonds. Building loans a
dr. ANTr~Mifa c arter" success"-
fully treat all female diseases and Ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
sultation free. Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p.
.m.; Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. 1 204 MER-
CANTILE PLACE., ,over f E43 S. Spring. ;
LONG. SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE; EX-
perienced, competent ladles' specialist;
strictly reliable: cases guaranteed. :
MRS. WOODS. 851 W. 10th, bet. Fig-
ucroa and Francisco.
CANCER CURED-^MRS. S. J. BRIDGE
Remedy. Mrs. Bridge may be found every
day between 9 and 4 at the offices of J.
C. ALDRICH, M. P., 454 S. Spring et.
SOUTHERN" HOME FOR LADIES DUR~-
Ing confinement; homes for children.
DR. C. E. SMITH. 727 Bellevue ave.
Tel. Main 2364.
JULIAN MACRAE, ELECTRICIAN—
Mental and nervous diseases. 1030 S.
HOPE. Home 4004. ,; .;,
DR. TAYLOR— FEMALE fPECIALIUr
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER,
Our enamel finishes things like a
mirror; none better, big cut In wall
paper; best value in U. S.; 76-in. bur-
lap, 20c; 36-ln., dyed, 16c; best paint,
Sl.flO sal.; table oil cloth, 20c; shin-
gle stain, 75c; opaque shades, 26c:
fine finished molding, 2c. Send for
WALTER BROS.. 627 S. Spring.
PIONEER • CARPET , CLEANING
works-Tel. ' Main .217; Home 217.-.. ,756 &
OLIVE. Upholstering and carpet clean-
Ing. ■ ■ .■■■-. ■■•-'.'
SO. CAL TRANSFER CO.-TRUNK3,
25c and up; general drayage. Tels Main
3484: Home 2181. 317 W. SECOND ST.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO.
Fire Proof. 416-1D San Pedro St.
Open storage or separate iron rooms.
Moving and packing reasonable rates.
Cash advanced on storage.
Main Office, 322 8. MAIN.
Phones — Main 1117: Homo 2154.
R. N. LAMBERTH & C0.,-; .;
SUITE 414. BRALY BLDG.
PfNERS AND BUILDERB
erlence has* taught us whether
apartment house, flat or residence Is
best suited to the locality you wish to
Call and let us get you out a sketch.
Our designs will surprise you— both as
regards price and style.
""Some 2629. '
KOK SALE — A SNAP! ! '. .
W« will build you a neat B-room cot-
tage or bungalow, with the beat por-
celain plumbing, tinted walls, pol-
Uhed floors, china closet, cement
walks and lighting fixtures for
ONLY 11000— CASH OR INSTALL-
WHITINO, THOMPSON * CO..
Home phone 1075. 238 Byrne Bide
FOR BALK— A BNAP. SIX LARGE
room cottage on Thirtieth street, i cloae
to Maple ave., lot 60x130, arranged for
two families. Price only $2300. Best
COOOPER & CUDDEBACK. '
218 South Broadway. Room 237.
FOR BALK— S2B.OO DOWN AND $10 PER
month; neat, new, 2-ruoiu shack on
food lot, House stands back 60 feet
rom street, ready to build on in front
when you get rich. CRITEB. MYERS
& KULLI. Agents, 107 8. Avenue 64 and
5127 Pasadena ave. . -
i ■■< • ii s a i,i<: — tii is* BiauMrr inap~s7w.
Pretty, five-room bungalow. Owner
leaving the city. Make offer.- Very
low price. Easy term*.
. L.A. 11. 11. «2Q Uradaurr B«Udla«, ■
Real Kmtnir, I.nxna, Invratmrnfa.
435*43(1 Chamber of Commerce nidi.
Phones— guaset «44«. Horn* 4038.
PRESERVES THIS LIST FOR ITF.F-
lIOUSIM FOR SAMS.
117,000— "Bachelor*' Roost" suburban
home; Coleg-rove car line.
$15,000 — Fine 10-rnom house: W. 80th
it. l lot 100x150 to alley.
$10,000 — Modern 10-room home; 8t
Andrew's place; lot 74x178.
$8000 — Four 5-room houses: Work-
man St., bet. 36th and 28th.
$7500 — 8-room modern house; Pico
St., near Iloover; lot 48x200.
$8500— Modern 10-room house; Wil-
$6000— New 8-ioom bungalow; W.
$5600— Modern home, 8 rooms; Ken-
$3500 — Modern 5-room house; Rogers
• '...■; ave., near Hollenbeck H'gnts.
$3250 — New 8-room modern house!
' Rogers ave., near Hollenbeck
$8100 — New 6-room bungalow; Fe-
dora St.. near Pico.
$3000 — Modern 5-room house: fur-
nished; W. Ist. near Belmont.
$3000— Nice 6-room house; Suther-
— — —
■ $2960 — Modern 6-room cottage; Fe-
dora st, near Pico.
$2600 — Pretty -new 6-room bunga-
low; Vernon, near Figueroa.
. $2600 — Modern 6-room house, E. 33d
St., near Central ave.
$2600 — Modern 5-room house; pretty;
E. 26th St., near Central ave.
$2400 — 6-room house; Fedora St.,
near Pico st.
$2400 — Modern 6-room cottage; B.
36th St., near Central ave.
$2400 — Fine 6-room modern house;
E. 31st St., near Maple ave.
$2300 — Modern 5-room house; B. 23d
st., near Compton ave.
$2300 — Mew 6-room house; E. 33d
St., near Central ave.
$2000 — Modern 6-room house, E. 29th
. St., near San Pedro. .
$2000 — New 5-room bungalow; pretty
Ave. 61, near Pasadena ave.
$1500 — Modern 6-room house; Cortez
St., near Belmont ave.
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VACANT LOTS. , .
■oj, ■!*:»•. y:i Li .(-12<aji raVcuo ■ , :
WeAhkveVs mrmber'-of' choice lots
on Washington; Vernon. Central ave-
nue. Trinity, Valencia, Soto, Manhat-
tan, 42d, 53d and 54th sts., ranging in
price from $500 a lot to $200 a front
foot. Be sure and get our list before
$4500 — Modern two-story 8-room
house; a nice beach home; fine loca-
tion. ■ . .
$3200 — Modern 6-room house; very
convenient; Walnut st.; lot 50x165.
Oswald home: tract.
We have, five new modern houses In
this choice; tract.- 'All new and fltted
with modern conveniences, at prices
from $2500 to $2850, which - can be
bought on easy terms; also a few
nice lots from $650 up; small pay-
ACREAGE! FOR SUBDIVISION.
We have 35 acres on Sunset boule-
vard; 5-cent car fare, platted to 178
lots, which we offer as a whole at a
low figure. As an Investment which
will yield large returns this is worth
Investigating. Let us talk with you.
Twenty-flve lots on Long Beach car
line. All Improvements paid for.
Within 5-cent limit. Can be bought
cheap. ' ■..„,.. .
Choice vacant lots on Fremont
street; also on Temple street.
$3300 — S-room modern house, Arling-
ton St., near 21st St.; lot 50x
$4650 — 8-room bungalow; a bargain;
Hast 29th street, near Main
street; barn; lot 50x125.
$S5O0 — 9-room house, modern, fur-
nished; barn; South Flower
street; lot 50x145.
$6000 — 8-room modern house; Orange
street; lot 37Hx135.
$4500 — Two-story brick hotel, livery
stable, barber shop, pool room
- , and one corner lot 100x100;
* bargain. -
Two aere». > Irrigated; four-room
house; Blauson ave.; 6-cent fare.
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List your property with us for ea/».
Get our prices before buying.
434 Chamber of Cmnmerc* Did*.,
l>o« Aacalea, California.
:., i IMI.M
818-810 Pnrlflo Electrlo
' Sixth ami Main.
Phone Sunset Slain 6700.
17B— Five rooms on 28th at.; lot
40x166; »2400 caah.
176— Five rooms, Adalr at.;
$1700; $600 cash, balance easy
179 — Five rooms, Wall at.; lot
40x142; price $2550; $500 cash
and balance on easy terms; mod-
ern In every way.
181 — Six rooms on Wall at.; lot
60x142; price $2700; $500 cash,
balance on terms to suit; strictly
modern. *.V>%* :
182 — Five rooms on Trinity et.j
lot 40x140; price $2100; $600 cash,
balance $25 per month.
190 — Five rooms, B. 43d; lot 40
xl28; price $2400; $300 cash, bal-
ance easy terms; new and mod-
191 — Five rooms, Adalr St.;
price $2200; $300 cash, balance
easy terms; new and modern.
194 — Seven rooms, La Salle St.;
lot 60x160; price $4250: $500 down,
balance $25 per month; new and
195 — Seven rooms, on La Salle
St.; lot 40x150; price $4000; $500
cash, balance $25 per month;
.'■". ;■.■-.' ,.~, ; . : '.. LOTS. ..
44 — 60x142, on Union ave; $2600.
45 — 50x125, Orchard ave.; $1600.
40 — Corner on Wall at.; $900;
39 — Corner on 39th St., 46x135;
31 — 60x140, on 27th St.; $1800.
23 — 50x200, on Alta St.; $600 on
terms. ■ ■. ' . . ■ '.•...
.: 22— 50x150. on Fifth ave., Ar-
lington Heights; $850, on terms.
BOYLE HEIGHTS PROPERTY IS HAV-
lngr a healthy move upward, as It
Is now recognized as a most desirable
residence section. ■ -
High, dry. Rood fresh air, no fog. close
In. no floods.
We are building fine homes on Boyle
avenue, two blocks north of First street.
Our houses are built by day labor and
are modern and first-class in all par-
? We' are* selling them ajt extremely low
.prices, as we bought our land some time
apo. when It was cheapo- You can save
$500 if you buy your, home from us.
Houses from $2000 to $2760; one-third
cash., balance terms. Don't pay rent
when these bargains are offered.
209 West Fourth Street. ■■ '
COMFORTABLE HOME OP YOUR OWN
on easy payment plan. We are always
pleased ■to meet you at our office and
answer all questions. It will cost you
nothing to look over our plans and
See our plans and specifications for
a six-room cottage, all complete, with
first-class plumbing, leaded glass in
china closet, combination fixtures,
screen porch, hall, closets and bath-
room; large front porch, sidewalks
all laid, and It only takes $1500 to
build It. , •
E. 8. WILLIAMSON & CO.,
Designers and Builders,
• 202 Grant Bids. . . .
■ . $500 Down. . - .
Lot 64x130: 4-room cottage; S. W.;
close to Washington car line. Price $1000.
$425. $12 Month.
Lot 65x175; 3-room Calif, house; on
Boyle Heights, for $850.
Lot 40x135; corner on E. 14th St.; 6-
roem house;. for $2000.
: »; •;• • •-,-„ $700 Down.
--.'4-room cottage; modern In everything;
on East Bth Bt.: for $1600.
*■ • R. E. IBBETSON 1 & CO., -.-'
Home 2410. 316 Trust Bldg. *
FOR SALE— ~~' ' !"~~~
NEAR ADAMS AND MAIN.
8-ROOM HOUSE. • $8500.
A fine house on a very large lot (125x
E 160). Has . bedroom with private bath,
on first floor, and three bedrooms, bath,
and servants' room on second floor.
- Barn has bedroom for coachman. A re-
markably low price for such a well-
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
Ground Floor, 218 W. Third st.
BUNGALOW. J 6 ROOMS.
$200 CASH. $20 MONTHLY
A brand new cottage on S. Hope
at., with all modern improvements;
cove ceilings; polished floors; mantel
and grate; extra fine finish.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
Ground Floor, 218 W. Third st. ; !
FOR SALE-A SNAP; $5000; 3 houses on
■ a corner, one 8-r»om, two-story, porce-
lain bath and toilets; one neat four-
room cottage, lawn, etc., cellar," screen
porch, gas, storehouse In back; onei
new 4-room cottage, gas and electricity,
double fixtures, hot and cold water,
cellar, screen porch, bath, etc., up to
date; see this quick. McFATRIDGE
BROTHERS, 319 8. Spring.
FOR SALE-HODSES. "
We will build a house
containing as many rooms ,
as you may desire, and furnish
all the money, or build for cash.
Plans furnished free.
J. BURRIS MITCHEL & CO.,
Contractors and Builders,
826 Douglas Building.
Sunset. Black 3991. ■ Home 8774. .
FOR SALE-- .
NBAR W. 10TH; 5-ROOM BUNGALOW
A new, modern bungalow on a big lot
just completed and in a. nice part of
town; has 6 rooms and every conven-
ience. Price only $2300, $500 down, bal-
ance $30 per month. •
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
Ground Floor. 818 W. Third st.
7-ROOM, IH-STORY; LOT 50x168; FINE
view; good location. Price $l!£0; jouo
cash, $20 monthly.
S-room cottage, southwest, 2177 Flint
at. Price $2300; $200 cash, $25 per month.
H. G. DEJVKNB,
227 Laughlln Bldg. 816 8. Broadway.
Home Phone 8321.
FOR BALE- ' ~~
, BOYLB HKIOHTS.
' $1660. $1650.
, Five-room i cottage, porcelain • bath,
toilet, mantel and fireplace; an up-to-
date home: terms $650 cash; worth hooo.
. JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
218 W. Third at.
FOR SALE- ' ' ~
88TH ST.; NEAR CENTRAL.
.New five-room cottage, cove ceilings,
■ porcelain bath, electrlo light* and gas;
L farms $200; $20 "monthly ' ■ •
JQNEU * RYDER LAND CO.. '
FOR SALE-RY " "~"
inoram a nnmos,
INOHAM ft »KI(M1B.
Wl and 002 Hraly Bid*.,
B. B. Cor. 4th and Spring its.
Both phones 29.
if you nre looking for Investments
you will beat consult your own Interests
by consulting us.
We are prepared to rrrlfy every state-
mont wo make in our advertisements. '
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840 SAN JUMAN ST.
• Lot Is 40x112 feet. Improved with good
6-roiim cottHßo. This property Is now In,
demand for bnnlnrps. Owner Is anxious
to realize on It at once. Make offer. We
are sole agents.
8. E. COn. 4TH AND MOUNE BT.
Lot fronts 119 ft. on 4th and 176 ft. on
Molme. Improvements consist of three
cottages rented at $36.00 per month.:
We can deliver this without Improve- '
mcnts at a price making it a good buy..
Wo are sole agents.
Close to Washington. Lot Is 162x190 ft.,
opposite new Polytechnic school. Tha
grouii'js nre ample for largo apartment'
house, with tennis court. The property
is splendidly priced. We are sola agents. '
inoham & BRiaas.
Members Realty Board.
riIETTY SOUTIIWHST UKSIURNCH
A very pretty iitul nrtlntlo nlx-room
rralilrnrr, Im-ntril In the Houthwent,
<m lot tlint'id r,iKir> feet. The ar-
riniu.Mi.'iii of' thr rooms In beyond
romnnrc (lunrtpr-nnweil nnk flimra.
Tlie llrliiK room, illiiliik riiiini imil
front heiirooin nre hnndaonicly f In-
Ihlmml In I'lrmlnh nnk. The illnlnu
room Im n licnul y, with mantel - anil
Rrntc, hulll-ln nidctiourrt, » viinilovr
ncnl nnd liiu.li pim.l.d walnarotlnß,
with trli-r.r orllliiK. The electric f ljt- ,
turoo nre very flue. The hpilrnoniM ,
nnd the kitchen nre splendid, . largre
nnd t-ontnlii «<-\<tul lvludowa - nnd,
cloxetß. SOiiioiwirv tub :on 'hack
porch. Complete linlliroom, with flmt-
eln»« plumhlnK. The owner Is offer- '■
InK thin home nt n aucrlf Ice, aa , he '
needs money at once. «
at.tiioit.su nnos., '^^m
234 linuiclilln lIIiIk., .115 S. Jtrnmlwny.
Hlnln 2tt3| Home Kx. 2U3.
FOR SALK— ;J4SOO FOR 7-ROOM STRICT-
Iy modern two-story house, large lot,"
one block west of Grand ave. on IKSth st. "
A snap. ■ ,
COOOPER & CUDDEBACK,': ■
218 South Broadway. . Room 237. .■
FOR SALE— HOUSES, BUILT ON EASY
terms. Get my prices; plans free. . ■ •
W. W. ALDERSON, .
Contractor and Builder, .. "
420 Bradbury Bldg. • ■. :.;■'':".
J. A. MORLAN & CO., REAL ESTATE,
have moved their . offices ■ from the I
Chamber of Commerce building to rooms I
202 and 203, Fay building, cor. 3d • and
Hill streets. . • - .■:..„
, City Lots and Lands .■■■■■
OCEAN VIEW AVE.
72250 Finest view in the city; ,' 52250 ,"
KINNEY HEIGHTS. .
. No. 98. ' . - :■'' '■'
fl6OO (On Twenty-fifth street; gIGOO
J»j f,«< r*.V •<-.- 60x160., -j. ;--r,i.-i--('.~i--: ■...
WESTMORELAND TRACT.', ;
$2450 Arapahoe street, east 92450
front; 65x142. . . '■-•■ , -
ELDENAVE. No. 13T. '
92200 Closo to Pico street; •-■•' 82200 1
50x140 to alley. ; ...:,
VICTOR HALL TRACT.*£ss||§
$750 . On Jefferson ' street; ' : S7SO '
W: 27TH ST., CLOSE TO''" ""'•!'-'
MAIN. No. 139. ; ■' .. ■
?13."0 Two lots, 50x132 each. $1550 .
ANGELENO HEIGHTS. . ; ''^v '
No. 127. ■;.'■■ ■ . .
91300 .Corner lot, 50x150; street 91300
Tl. A. BURTON nEALTY CO.,' 5
416-418 LAUftllMlV IU'H.DINfJ.
PHONE HOME} 7057| MAIN 4714. ,
THE3 IMPROVEMENTS. •
THES STREET. WORK.
TH E ! NEW HOMES. ■ -~■• • '■ '■ ' DH
THE TWO NEW ADDITIONS. ,
* ' * ■ TO ■ — '• ■ ' • > ■■•'"
the McCarthy co.'s
-THREE BIG TRACTS. «£&^BHfc
SEE 'EM QUICK.': : '
LOW PRICES rI- "
. now.- ..•-• '■■■' -'--'.'rt. '.;;.:,.<
GET IN BEFORE THE ADVANCE. 3 ', ',
Until the new: Moneta •: . avenue v
(Main street) car line Is tlnished : take
Maple avenue car to Fifty-third . street ,i
—one short block to our branch office.'
Fifty-third and Main streets. ■ • ' '
MAIN OFFICE IN OUR OWN BUILD- ; -,,
203 NORTH BROADWAY?/. "..^
E. AVERY MCCARTHY, Secretary. .
•, ■* . •
See the two new cottages at Mel rose;
four rooms, bath, new— just finished and I
; ready— sl6so each; $250 cash, balance lika":
rent. . Take Colegrove car (5o fare) >to ,\
Hoover street. : . •■, ' ■
■ -., . the McCarthy co.V
. 203 NORTH BROADWAY.';V*.r.£:';'-*
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FOR SALE- . , - ! V' ; ;
Just a Few Left of ' ,
Those Large, Level Lots in the • ' '
• CLELAND HOME TRACT.
; : !. :': ' 60xiiTFeet.
—^— . • . •
$275 and $300. Easy Terms.'
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MRS. GUSTAV. S. SMITH. Sole Agenti ;
730 H. W. Hcllman Bldg. - - - - ;
Main 2712. Home 1453.;
' SPKCIAI, SWAP.
*400 CABII. ,
Fine lot, 60x130, street, walks
and water in..' ■' •■.';') .'
SAN I'iCDUO STUBET.
NBAR lIUNTINOTON'CAH HIIOP9.
Will sell only to party i who- will ■
complete modern rottage within >
W. F. THORNB & CO.. .
Room 311. 218 8. Broadway.'. 1 '
)H6me 1684. : .
9500 — FINE LOT SOUTHWEST,
one block from car line; street
work done; building- .restric-
tions; $100 cash. $10 a month.,!
v. ii. <a:(iit<;i: & co.j
545 Sou 111 piiriUß Wtre«rt.
FOR SALE— ~~~~: ■
WASHINGTON 1 ST.
This thoroughfare' will ;be. the, next ?
street ' paved. We offer a corner at a• ■
bargain; 'way under market value; ripe I
ft r Improvement; stores will pay wall
Inveittigate this at once.
C. J. 11EYI.KK CO.
Bole Agents. 81U-IM2 Hryeon Blk.
■ $1300. .
22d at.; Menlo l'urk tract; near San
Pedro; lot 40x150. B. U. 2«S. • "
W. 11. OiilSAlt. «a Johnson Building.