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City Lots and Lands
A.TTH NTIOjr, PIOAIBI
IF TOU WANT TO
POSSIBM3 ELEMENT OF
CHANCE) OR RISK lit
MAKING YOUR INVB9T-
MKPTT, BUT A LOT IK
THBJ aVPBRD _*
wiircnn VALUES wii.t.
AS SURELY INCROASO
lAS LOS ANGELES WILL.
: CONTINUE] TO GROW.
TUB CITY IS GROW-
ING RIGHT TOWARD
THIS TRACT BT
BOUNDS EVERY DAT.
THE] HISTORY OF TUB
PAST TWELVE MONTHS
AND TWO YOARS
ti WILL REPEAT ITSELF.
PROFIT BY BISTORT.
..THIS IS NOT A GAM-
SMALL AMOUNT IN-
■'.y/. VESTED HERE, RIGHT.
.[, IN THE WAKE OF THE!
CITY'S GROWTH, WILL
BRING SAFia AND
• '. ■'; ■■...'.. ■ QUICK RETURNS. IF
YOU WILL GIVE) US A
CHANCE, WE WILL
CONVINCE) YOU OF THE]
< v '■■ ' ABOVE) FACTS. IT WILL •"-'
COST NOTHING TO Ilf-
VESTIGATE. AN D I F ',
YOU DONT FIND IT AS
■ WE REPRESENT, WHT,
DONT BUY. THAT'S
'■ ALL THERE IS TO IT.
" ; ROSS & LINDSEY,
H. W. HELLMAN BLDO.
HOME 76621 MAIN 4822.
.FOR SALE- : ~"
-■■■;.■- Perhaps you know that lots north and
.:• west of Westlake Park are celling for
;■ .$5O to $100 per front foot. A few years
HI ago you could have bought this class of
, property for a fraction of the price to-
'■'; day and development has only com-
! .;"i- menced. - Lots I sold a few years ago for
! ; $250 are selling' today for $800 and $90t).
'!;,. BUY NORTHWEST. .
Now is the time to get In. I can sell
lots directly in line of the devel-
' opment from Westlake Park toward
(jftr Hollywood for only
•■> _■*•-.- ■ • 5350.00. • . " . ;
:■;■ No lot less than 60x146 feet and on
;», Improved streets, with cement curbs,
sidewalks and building restrictions,
;:•;•-: Terms: $25.00 cash, balance $1000
- 'monthly. ,■
' :?.f" Get in before the big advance in value
.• lV that -is sure to come this fall. Post
> yourself ■on this ' property. Take the
111 1 Colegrove car to our branch office, cor.
viWesteiTravenue and the car line, and
r : ,' fwe will be glad to show you the deval-
-.;• opment of this section. •
CHAS. S. MANN.
I■_ Home phone 4171. , ; , 815 W. Fourth st
' S5O DOWN
and WO per month, without Interest,
--,/,,!. -buys a lot 50x174. on a graded
. : and oiled atreet, cement sidewalks
;,- and curb, one blook from electrlo
i, ■ -line and well located.
EDWARD D. SILENT <fc CO., Sole Agents
r,;.'-^--- Members L. A. Realty Board.
E3t. 1885. 210-218 W. Second Street
CULVER'S EAST HOLLYWOOD TRACT
Large, choice building lots,
■ . $400 AND UP-J4OO. . j
.. : , $400 AND UP-r*400. ". --• ■ .
V ... - $400 AND UP-J4OO. ,
Streets graded, graveled, Bldewalked
■V ,• • / . and curbed.
, ' ■ ' TERMS
mi J25 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH.
*25 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH.
125 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH.
':■■■: ALEX. CULVER,
. 106 South Broadway.
lFor sale— ' ■ -.-. . ■••. . . ■■■■■
■.!>■• Three lots on Carroll avenue, being N.
■V/.W. corner of Douglas street and Carroll
Bh avenue, 60x150 feet, $1750; and lots 4 and
■: ■■;<. 6 of block 4, Angeleno Heights, being
%'■ : 100x135 feet, at $2500, or $1250 for either
1 half; E0 feet west of Douclae street.
Ttrms, half cash, balance aa agreed; 7
- : '? per cent Interest
.. •••-•■ ' M. L WICKS, .
... -128 Hellman Block, 2d and Broadway.
it FOR ' SALB-NEAR~MANUFACTURINa
' district at 16th and Alameda sts. We
control 20 lots between 16th and Wash*
' . tngton .> sto., McGarry and Staunton
aves. and Don Abel. Prices, $600 and
, : up; ■ 40x146; lots cheap. You can make
1 1 money on this . property at the prices
- we offer lots.
;■--•.. " CALDWELL & CO..
L.A.R.B. 403 Cnrrler Bldg.
i THREE LOTS IN
"FLORENCE HEIGHTS TRACT
v . ■ At a bargain.
; x. PHONB~OWNER— *
.Home 29224; Sunset South 688. ,
H' '. „ in i
r.BABT.* JEFFERSON STREET TRACT.
. --On Long Beach line—
$25 down; $10 a month.
'With privilege of building on the rear
i or the lot, or we will advance the pay*
. tnent to put up 2 rooms on rear and $29
*. : down, $10 per month.
■', ■. ..-...• STRONG & DICKINSON, '
135 8. Broadway.
'FOR BALE— ~" ■ •
-. Lota on easy payments.
Homes on easy payments,
O. 11. JONES, Room 220, 218 S.
■ (Broadway. > »
'/■ .-All ' acknowledgments and affida-
vits 25 cents each.
}'iOT ON CARROLL AVE., IN ANOELM.
no Heights, 50x135 f«et, on clean side of
,', atreet, E0 feet west of Dougiaa street.
for sale; $1100. half cash. Gas. water,
' , ; electricity, , sewer and all street work
, done and paid for. M. L. WICKS,
Itoom 138 ilellman Bldg.. Second and
LOT 60x160 FBET ON NORTHWEST
corner of Carroll avenue and Douglas
street, $1750; $350 cash. $400 Jive months,
balance on time. 7 per cent net inter*
eat; water, gas, electricity and aewer,
■ I all iitreet work done and peld for. M.
L. WICKS. 128 Uellman Bldg.. Second
; and Broadway,
City Lots and Lands
GO OUT TODAY
MAIK STREB3T BOULEVARD TRACT.
This Is ft new one, our number R, and
one of the very bent of <rar
BIX ftlO TRACTS.
HAndeotne full bearing wnlnut-i,
peach**, apricot trees and berry bushes
Fruit » enough to supply a small fam-
ily on fnch lot.
475 f««t on South Main street, Includ-
ing both Slat and K2d street corners,
running through to Loa Angeles street.
620 fe*t on Lns Angelas street.
STRI3JST CAR BERVICH.
Only 15 minutes' ride to center of
buttneftl, Eo fare. Tnkn the Maple ave-
nue electrlo car to Fifty-first st, one
short block west of Main street. Office
and agent on -tract. The Moneta ave*
nue line will soon be finished to the car
barns, across Main street. ■ . '
This Is known as the boulevard and
driving street for autos or carriages.
Our guarantee goes with each lot that
the street work will be high class and
the same as In all our.
BUILDINQ RESTRICTIONS. *
Rach house, cottage or bungalow,
built must cost not less than $1260 and
must set back 20 feet from the property
line. This will assure one of having
a good class of neighbors.
s $676 to $1350. ' ■ ' ' /
One-fourth cash, balance 8, 13 and IS
■■■•■• ' I ALLEYS. ■ "
. Each lot has a 12-foot alley in the
rear, which is very convenient in cane
one wishes a barn or other outbuild-
DO NOT DELAY. '
GO OUT TODAY
and get your choice. This is a small
tract and will not last long, 9 lots
already sold. The lots are flne, our
terms are liberal and the profit Is all
yours if you.
■ DO IT NO vf .
Office 'on Tract, .
L. S. CHAPMAN, Agent,
BOWEN & DALTON,
439-40-41 Douglas Bldg.
Both phones 2472.
MEMBERS REALTY BOARD.
FOR SALE— A FEW LOTS IN OUR
new subdivision at $350; each one is
60x143 feet; streets are 60 feet wide,
to be fully Improved, graded and
oiled; 5-foot sidewalks, cement curbs,
etc.; work now being done; when im-
provements are completed price will
be $460. YOU CAN MAKE MONEY
QUICK BY BUYING NOW.
ROBERT MITCHELL CO.,
608 South Broadway.
"No Misrepresentation." L. A. R. B.
— 5350 i
• LARGE LEVEL LOT, 60X186.
IN THE SOUTHWEST.
IMPROVED WITH 4-FT. CEMENT
WALK; CEMENT CURB AND ALL
STREET IMPROVEMENTS ■ PAIJL>
FOR; ONLY $250; ON EASY TERMS
IF DESIRED. . . 0.
BMIL FIRTH, Owner, - - I
411-417 LAUGHLIN BLDG.,
' 316 S. BROADWAY.
FOR SALE— ''"'~
We secured in an exchange deal I
large lots in Signal i Hill - tract Long
Beach, which we will sell at a bargain.
We also offer 2 choice lots in southwest
on Brighton ave.. below 46th st, at a
v bargain for quick turn. •
Phones— ROSS & LINDSEY.
Home 7662. 814 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
Main 4822. ■ .'■.■■■■. . ■ ./ ,
FOR SALE— • • .
-, Two . lots in Arlington « Heights, on
Third avenue, -between 16th and- Wash -
'.lngton streets. ■ ■■• • -i a«riw .cy« , I
■ $800 each. ■■ - • ■•■■:
Lots 50x140. .
V ' This Is $100 below market price.
i Owner wants money.
THOS. HAMPTON. 119 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE— -
. ■■ $550. '
44-foot lot, north front, SW.; near
Vermont ave. and 23d. This Is the cheap-
est cottage lot in the whole SW. 8. B.
■28W. - ■.• .: . ■ i
W. H. OBEAR, 402 Johnson Building.
Country Property -■ ■ •. '
FOR SALE— ■•;.■■■ ■ ••■■.. ' - ' .' ■ '
' CHICKEN RANCH."
10 acres, free water; 4-room house;
barn; 2 horses, harness, wagon, one
cow, 16 stands been, 100 chickens,
incubator, 12 tons oat hay, farming;
tools, etc., etc., and all for $1600:
one-half cash, balance 3 years at 8
per cent. Beat . this snap and - take
W. M. STURGEON,
203 Frost Building.
Phones 948, Red 992.
"BUY WHEN THINGS ARE LOW;
sell when they are high." Owing to
two poor seasons preceding this, -or-
ange groves can be bought at prices
which will i look awfully I low two
years from now. Buy now. I can
'put you on" to some genuine bar-
gains. L,. M. PRATT, 608 Laughlin
Building. "Headquarters, for Orange
Groves. ' ■■....
FOR SALE — $3500; AT ALTADENA:
■ ten acres In fancy table grapes; land
lies fine; elegant view; best water
right; excellent soil; a fine place for
■ a home, and a splendid Investment.
1,. M. PRATT, 608 Laughlin Building.
"Authority on Altadena."
FOR SALE — THE SALT LAKE ROAD
la now running. For city lots at Las
Vegas, ■ also acreage in the Muddy
and Vegas valleys, see J. F. Mc-
PHERSON. 403 Stlmson Block, cor.
Third and Spring, - a commissioner
for Nevada in California. j
Business) Property «■•
FOR SALE— -"■'■■
N. W. CORNER OF MAPLE AVH.
AND 7TH ST., TWO-STORY BRICK
BUILDING; CLOSE TO MAIN ST.;
W. M. GARLAND ft CO.,
824 HUNTINGTON BLDO.
FOR SALE— 7 BUSINESS LOTS IN
heart of business center of Las Vegas,
Nevada, at great sacrifice for the next
10 days, at 50 per cent under regular
value. Am forced to raise a few hun-
dred dollars is cause of this great sacri-
fice. LOS ANGELES REALTY COM-
PANY, 414 Bryson Block.
IT IS UNDOUBTEDLY SAFE TO aAY
that no property in the city of Los An-
geles has greater speculative value than
south slda of West Sixth street, ad-
joining Olive, facing Central park.
For all good buys . .
** ROBERT MARSH & CO..
Suite 303. H. W. Hellman Bldg.
FOR BALE — BY BARRY BROS.,
328-829 Bradbury Bldg.
Hill St. Hill St. Hill St.
A large corner near Pico on Hill
street at $208 per front foot. Here
is a most excellent investment, as
this property will sell for $250 per
front foot before October, 1905.
FOR SALE— §IB.OOO; CHOICE BUSINESS
. corner on W. 7th street. • four blocks
west of Flgueroa, where street is to be
paved at once; size HiiWxia); all corners
on 7th as far out as Beacon ave. held at
' $200 per foot and upwards; this will
double in value when street is paved.
V. M. PHBLPfI. 508 Douglas bldg.
$18.M0-.WEJ HAVE SOLD AGBNCY ON
best . lot on Olive st, 60x165; 10-
room dwelling. ■ ■••■•<
629-631 Laughlin Building.' g&
LO9 ANGELES HERALD} THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1905. >
F OR »AL_a _^ 'j
- Business Property
Factory bites and trackage
PACTORT BITBS ANtJ ' TrACKAGH
IP TOU NRED A WAREHOUSE,
FACTORY, MACHINR BTIOP, TLAN-
INQ MILL, OR OTHETI INDUSTIUAIj
BITE, WITH SWITCHING FACILI-
TIES, BKT3 WHAT I IIAVR FOH
QUICK DELIVERY AT THT3 RIGHT
' TRICKS. HAVHJ OPTIONS ON BKV*
ERAL PIRCKa WHICH CAN CLOSS
THIB WEEK AT SACRIFICB PRICKS.
THOMAS H. HASTINGS,
THOMAS H. HASTINGS,
' 1102 Brtly Bld».
WE BELL TUB EARTH. \ ~~"
BABSE3TT & BMITIT.
Are you looking for lnre«tm«ntT Look
at the N. 10. corner Bth and Central.
S-story building; 2 store rooms; 7 lints;
Income $178 to $oo per month. Price
._ . BABBETT ft SMITH, ■ •
202H 8. Broadway.
FOR BALE-AN ESTABLISHED BUSI*
ne*s — blacktmlthlnp, repairing *nd
horseshoeing, Including shop, toots and
stock of npopasnrv material.
RBALT? TRUST COMPANT,
129 South Broadway, Loa Angtles.
FOR CASH-I WANT FOR A CUSTO-
mer a corner paying good interest on
FRANK LEItCH, 121 Henne Block.
NO BETTER INVESTMENT
. ; WATTS
-• (Population over 1600.) '
The town that' l has ''grown' from a
ranch to a city in 16 months.
Fifteen minutes' ride from 6th and
Main on Long Beach ISlectrlo line.
$1 DOWN-4T PER WEEK.
j LOTS $90 AND, UP—
U DOWN-$1 PER WEEK.
"Guaranteed Certificate 'of Title."
• , . — "j- o Taxes." •
GROW UP WITH THE TOWN.
r. vl .: OOLDEN STATE REAtiT 7 Ctt, ;
' Sole Owners, ' ' t
" X - ? °'ViI'BOUTH''BPRMG;ST? ?:: *
Branch 6th and Main Sts. ' ' .
Both Phones— Ex. 66.
Free. Transportation. Open Sunday.
- Beach Property
A. F. WEBSTER & CO..
-., 302. Mason -Bldg.
;, , • ..-.:■■ ... for " ... ■. ■ • • i
. ■ ■. ■ -Beach Lots.
$1600-4 ACRES SUITABLE FOR POUL-
try and vegetables, situate at Hermosa,
five minutes' walk from beach and elec-
tric car line. Small house, water piped
I to land from large reservoir. Splendid
marine view. This property will double
in value. Easy terms.
THE REALTY. TRUST CO. OF LOS
ANGELES, 129 B. Broadway.
Hotels and Lodging Houses
OLD SETTLERS I> VESTMENT CO., I
rc> «Mr, 601.803 (irnnt Bullrtf ng. -r-
HOTELS AND LODGING HOUSES. ■'
Our Special Bargains. »
$25 14 • 2. . $800 .
• $50 ■-. '.20, , 2 , , .4600
$80 ■ 80 . 3 !.■•■.- $800
$110 88 3 $1,000
$150 40 . . 3 $1,500
$210 . 60 5 $2,600
$350 90 4 $6,500
$460 125 • 4 . $8,000
$600 165 5 $12,000
One-half and one-third cash on any
of the above. ■ , .
A fine house to trade for cottage.
■ ' ■ One-half > interest In a Broadway
hotel. Otflces on street floor. $6000
buys.lt Half cash.
FOR SALE— " ".'• : ■
■ $400; $225 cash; fine eleven- |
room rooming house. South' Hill
street; lease. • This is a snap.
C. If . GEORGE A CO., '
S4S South Spring Street.
FOR SALE — A SMALL ROOMING
house, elegantly furnished, at a sac-
rifice; parties leaving city; If you
want a snap don't fail to , nee this.
BROWN & WOODS, 317 Fay.
A SNAP IN A NEWLY FURNISHED
rooming house of 20 rooms, centrally lo-
■ c.ated; for pale.- , Cheap rent; long lease.
•;• Inquire OfWILX. METZOEfe, bV$ South
'Main.'. " :,'•■;■'....,'-, ,: ■ , ; v-.vj .:':V
-. ifeivi* Stock— H orses, M u les, Cattle
WE HAVE 50 HEAD OF UNBROKEN
horses lust arrived, and good stuff;
weight from 800 to 1160 and all young;
now here is your chance to get a cheap
one: your price -is ours. . DENVER
HORSE MARKET. 1031 San Pedro St.
FOR SALE - SEVERAL TEAMS OF
- draft matched horses; three teams of
black driving horses and several head
suitable for delivery. L. MICHAUX,
Blghth st. and Towne ave. • ■ '
t CARLOADS HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
Also the entire . stock of furniture and
carpets has been moved down to 647
S. SPRING, to be closed out at great
, eacrlllce, so if you are. looking for fur-
. nlture bargains , come ;to ' , „ ... . .
••''■■-.•-■■••■• M7 a. SPRING. ' ■"''•'•''':';.•■'
' , Stocks and Bonds
FOR EXCHANGE FOR GOOD EQUITY
IN REAL ESTATE.
Block of stock in a local manufac-
turing company; strong financial back-
ing; more than $100,000 Invested in plant
Will give liberal discount and assume,
as I can handle real estate
• M. L. WICKS,
■ Room 128 Hellman Bldg.
THAT IS PASSING.
More of this land is being sold ev-
ery week and all of this 80,000-acre
tract of corn, wheat and alfalfa land
will soon be gone. . ' ,
Any investor or - homeseeker who
has 1800 or $10,000 and who falls te
get 40 acres or a aectlon of this lane,
at our present prices is making a
NEXT EXCURSION TUESDAY.
PRICE NOW $28.60 AN ACRE,
INCLUDING ONK 110 BIIAMK OF
WATER STOCK WITH JCACU ACKI3
.WESTERN COLONIZATION AND
til Herman W. Ilellman Bldg,
Cor. 4th and Spring. Los An teles.
VOn BALE-LUMBER— -BY THW NA-
TIONAL COMPANY. Try the big new
yard, J»th and Alameda streets; clean,
new stock and plenty of it. Come, we'll
show you both quality and price.
Large stock of sash and doors.
The beat of millwork at toe very low*
NATIONAL LUMBER COMPANY,
SJOth and Alantfda streets.
jm Incorporated . , .
C2GfflJftAwpelu 953'57 W. 7th Street
l^^^^^^^aJtwQL Los Jlngelcs
fr^ttr A Thoroiißlt PiKin-M Collcr*. Ilii«ln<-«*i llrpnrtmrnt «nd l*r^-
VJatiW pnrnlorr l>*nnr«*n«>n» In opparnto but eonrtf>rtert bulWllnKH. Throe
IGMjM »pr>clnl Rfßdo tonplirrß, two mon nnd oni> lnrt.V, employed for *>um-
" "• , mer school In prepflrntory deportment. Ovor ninety pupils frrnflu-
ntecT since April 15 of thli senson and BVRRT ONfcS placed In a good position
py,: tha School.. Beautiful home surroundings. l<\ Brownsberger, President.
•'■"< ROW IN PROGRESS-DAY AND NIGHT.
Woodbury Business College, 809 South Hill Street.
Bookkeeping, Penmanship. Arithmetic, Grammar, Letter Writing, Spelling,
Business Law, Rapid Calculations.
BHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. '
Cool, Bpaclous, Inviting rooms, attentive teachers, wholesome Influences,
progressive spirit; originality, system, business. Home 1850, Main 2305.
FOR BALE—CUT PRICES ON HOUSE*
HOLD GOODS. $1.25 BED SPREADS,
86c; 750 PILLOWS, BGo; COUCH COV-
ERS, >»U0; SANITARY COUCHES,
J4.50; LACE CURTAINS, 65c; BONNE
FEMME CURTAINS, $2.00; WASH-
STANDS, $2.R0; 6-FT. EXTENSION
TABLES, $5.00; 62-PIECK DINNER
SETS, $4.60; ROCKERS, $1.85; CHAIRS.
65c; STANDS, $1.00. 810 REDUCTION
■ IN HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
J. M. OVERELL, 662-654 8. MAIN ST.
PIANOS— ALL TOU NEED TO PAT UB
Is $6 when you select your piano, then
$6 monthly. We won't charge you any
interest. We positively guarantee the
firlco we ask to be the same as asked
n New York, Boston or Chicago. Re-
member the old ' house 'of FITZGER-
ALD when you want *a good piano.
113 S. Spring street, ' ■
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
'. bill laid and pool tables. Bar fixtures of
all kinds; easy payments. Send for cat-
alogue. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-
: COLLBNDER CO., 620 S. Broaflway,
'Log Angeles. r > * ' ' • ■■■■■-.
Real Estate .
$7500— 9-room modern, 83d. near • Flgue-
roa; flne. Want good cottage.
$3500—6 rooms, W. 30th . Wants lots. !
$3500— Two 6-room cottages, N. Alva-
rado;; Income $27.50. Wants small
$2000—6 rooms, 'Lahdes ' St., for small
' - ranch.
■ ■ $8600 — 6 rooms, W. 4th, for ranch: I
$3200—5 acres, good house, Upland, for
- city. ■ . '.. ~; '
■$S6OO— S2H acres alfalfa ranch, Westmin-
ster, good; for cottage, city.
$6500—8 acres lemons, Alhambra, for city.
W. M. STURGEON,
Phones 948; Red 992. 203 Frost Bldg.
FOR EXCHANGE-$2500; W ACRES
with house, well and pumping plant;
one and one-half miles. from Burbank;
want cottage for about same value.
$350 each— t lots at Colegrove, subject
to small mortgage, for a clear ranch;
can put In more lots. '
$6700—338 acres Improved, level land;
Riverside county; mortgage only $1500;
'want eastern property; city preferred.
• WM; N. HOLWAY, 21V Grant- Bldg. |
..""*. '£ . iHome- 1939.— Main 4570. J ; ■: :?, ' \
FOR EXCHANGE^FOrTGOOD' EQUITY
IN REAL ESTATE. ' ■
Block of stock In a local manufac-
turing company; strong financial back-
Ing; more than $100,000 invested in plant
Will give liberal discount and assume,
as I can handle real estate
M. L. WICKS,
Room 128 Hellman Bldg.
FOR "EXCHANGE— BY BEN WHITE.
• EOOvj-anchea, $500 to $150,000.
. 100 houses and lots, $1000 to $50,000
100 orange and lemon groves, $2000
to JlOO.OOO. • .
6000 miscellaneous properties. To
buy, sell or- trade property go to
BEN WHITE, 308 Bryßon Block, 2d
" : " and Spring streets. ■
FOR EXCHANGE— S6O,OOO; A FINE IN-
come-produclng orange grove; one of
the best groves in the state; $5000
per year net income for four years.
Owner, moving east, will consider
eastern income property, even value.
\a. M. PRATT, 608 Laughlin Building.
Member L. A. Realty Board.
WANT HOUSES OR LOTS LAND IN
Los Angeles in exchange for 6 custom-
I era; furnished grandly; paying rooming
• houses. What have you to sell low or
exchange? See PHOENIX. 202 Grant
Building. . _- , :., •
WE HAVE A GOOD TRADE . FOB.
:■ some one that would like a ranch In
■ San Diego county; 20 acres, improved.
SMITH & ASTON, ' '
■; - 226 Laughlin Building. ■ ...
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE YOUK
property, any location. Large list to
select from. MAXON REALTY CO.,
114-116 Stlmson Bldg.
BEN WHITR WILL EXCHANGE YOUR
property. 808 BRYSON BLOCK. Second
and Spring its. Member L. A. Realty
Board. > ■ ■ ■
Delinquent Assessment Notice
MARENGO WATER COMPANY. JL.OCA-
tIon of principal place of business, city
of J-.08 Angeles, state of California. .
There is delinquent. upon the following
described stock, on account of assess-
ment No. 12, levied' on the 20th day of
April, I!WS, the several amounts set oppo-
site the names of the respective share-
holders, as follows:
■■ ■ -, • No. of • No. of .
Names. Cert. Shares. Amt.
Alley Hiram H..... 799 64 $128.00
Alexander, Gottfried 793 1 2.00
Armstrong, A. A., Mrs.... 1273 .8 1.60
Buckley, Thomas 1237 .8 1.80
Choate, W. A. & Nat M.
Brown 1104 2.2 4.40
Cook, Pauline, Miss 1226 1 2.00
Crawford, J. H 1179 1.1 «.a>
Morris, J. M 1248 1.2 2.40
Neibel. Elizabeth J 1243 . .9 1.80
Rhemschlld, Geo. M 1060 1.8 '1.60
Stanley, Herbert 1047 1.8 8.60
And in accordance with law and an or-
der of the Board of Directors, made on
the 20th day of April, 1905, bo many shares
of each parcel of such stock as may
be necessary will be sold at publlo auo
tlon at the office of the company, 525 Wll-
cox Building, corner Second and Spring
Sts., Loa Angeles city, California, on Fri-
day, July 7, 1905, at the hour of U o'clock.
A. M., or said day, to pay said delinquent
assessment thereon, . together with oosts
of advertising and expenses of sale. .
MORRIS ALUK H3, Secretary.
Office room, (25 Wllcox IS uIIUIhk, cor-
ner Second and Spring streets, Loa An-
geles City. California. < -.
. Notice of Redemption of Bond*
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the California Construction Company,
a corporation, proposes to receive bids
for the redemption of fifty-six (56)
of its outstanding bonds of five hun-
dred dollars ($600) each. Bids should
be sealed, and should state the quan-
tity of bonds and the numbers thereof
which are proposed to be surrendered
by the holders, together with the mice
at which they are willing to surrender
them. Bids should be plainly marked
on the outside of the envelope, and
should be left at the office of the com-
pany, 1 No. 824 Requena street, Los An-
geles. California, before 8 o'clock p. m.
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
OF CALIFORNIA, In and for the County of
Los Angelei. Southern Paclfto Railroad Com-
pany, plaintiff, vb. QtOTK* Fennell and John
Don, defendants— Action brought In the Supe-
rior court of the Bta*a nt California, In and
for the County of Los Angelet, and the com-
plaint filed In the office of the clerk of tha said
court In the said county.
The People of the State of California (end
greeting to George Fennell and John Doe, de-
fendant": You are hereby required to appear
In an action brought against you by tha above-
named plaintiff. In the Superior Court of the
State of California, In aid tor the County of
Los Argeles, and to answer the complaint filed
therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day
of service) nfter the service on you of this
summons If Berved In the raid county; or, If
■erved elsewhere, within thirty days.
And you are hereby notified *hat If you
fall to so appca • anl answer, the plaintiff will
apply to the court lor the relief demanded In
Given under my hand and the seal of tha
Superior Court of the State of California, In
and for the County of Los Angeles, this 15th
day of August, 1004.
C. O. KETES, Clerk.
by D. S. DURSON, Deputy Clerk.
Wm. Singer, Jr., and Ouy Thorp, attorneys
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Notice of Stockholders' Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the French Baking Company' of Los
Angeles will be held at the office of tho
company. No. 307 Allso street, In the city
of Los Angeles on Wednesday, th,e 12th
(J*v of July, 1906, at 10 o'clock a.m. of
that day, for the purpose of electing a
new board of directors for the ensuing
year and ■to transact such other busi-
ness as may be properly brought before
said meeting. ■
, By order of the President.
■ Secretary. ,
DETECTIVE PLEADS GUILT •
TO DRUNKENNESS CHARGE
Police Commission Fines Him Fifty
Dollars and Docks His
Detective Hawley pleaded guilty , to
the charge of drunkenness, on which
he faced the . commission yesterday.
The. commission- levied a 1a 1 flne of $50
"and withheld . his ; ' salary for ■ three
weeks of his suspension from the force,
pending the investigation and trial.
Hawley has been In the department
for seventeen years and, owing to his
long and efficient service, the commis
sion decided not to be harsh in their
treatment of the accused officer and he
escaped with nominal punishment. He
promised the commissioners that in the
future he would be more discreet. '
BRAUN WOULD SECURE
REVOKED SALOON LICENSE
Agent of Rainier Company Seeks to
Reopen the St. Louis on
• Henry Braun made application to the
police commission yesterday morning
for the license, formerly held by the
St. Louis . saloon on South Broadway,
which was revoked by the commission
several weeks ago.
Braun la a wholesale liquor dealer
and sells Kainler beer, the brand dis
pensed by the old saloon. Interest cen
ters in the men behind Braun, as It
1h asserted they are prominent In poli
tics. ;• It? is said they are willing to
pay $400 for the license, but the com
mission expects to realize about $4000
for the city.
NEW BUIT OF CLOTHES
NOT WORN BY ALEXAKI3
Louis Alexakls, 203 South. Main street,
did not celebrate the national holiday
by. appearing In his new suit of clothes
and other apparel which had just come
from , the haberdasher's. As a result
he Is out. Some one needed them wora^
than did Alexakls and so appropriated
them from his room while Alexakia was
on the street watching the parade unl
listening to the Fourth of July orator
praise American character.
NO MORE BEEFSTEAKB
FOR THIB ELDERLY MAN
Henceforth Frank Ames, who lives at
241 Toberman street, will eat fish and
run the ' risk of bones, or become a
vegetarian. While eating luncheon yes
terday a piece of meat became lodged
In his throat and he was taken post
haste to the receiving hospital, where
the obstruction was removed by Police
Surgeon Quint. Ames is 76 years old.
Venice Water company— Directors:
Abbot Klnney, J. D. Pope, Margaret
T. Klnney, Thornton Klnney, Sher
wood > Klnney. Capital stock, $250,000;
with f SOO subscribed.
FLEA BITTEN PUP CAUSE
OF FIERCE FIGHT AT COLTON
Contestants in Middle of the Road Duel Appear in Jnstjce^
Court While Pup Sleeps Serenely on the- Dusty Highway"
A flea-bitten pup of a species com
monly known to scientists as "Just
dog" but alleged by Ha owner to be of
the variety of bull, deaf In one ear and
of uncertain age, yraa the primary
cause of the arraignment of Leslla
Marshall before Justice Toung yes
terday on a charge of battery.
Marshall halls from the neighbor'
hood of Colton. So does J. T. Wil
liams, the young man who swore to the
complaint, while the dog was not nl
lowed to file Its nativity In the war*
Williams Is suffering from ,. a
thorough beating alleged to have been
administered by Marshall and the de»
ftndant will stand trial. He Is at pres
ent under $50 ball.
The events leading- up to the beating
occurred on a country road near Col
ton yesterday morning and are alleged
by an eye witness to have been as fol
Williams and His Dog
Williams appeared leading the al
leged bull pup by a rope. When a
point midway between the two sides of
the road had been reached, the dog de
cided life was too short and the way
too long to spend any of his time in
LOSE SECOND HEAT FOR
GRAND CHALLENGE CUP. -
BRITISHERS WIN. BY LENGTH
Philadelphia Oarsmen Put Up Game
Race, but Leander Crew Main
tains Lead Throughout — BeU •
By Associated Press.
HENLEY, j England, . July - s.— The
Lean.ders defeated the of Phil
adelphia In r the second heat for the
Orand Challenge cup. The Englishmen
won by a length. ■' Time, 7 minutes 1
second. The weather clerk • provided
splendid weather for, the keenly antic
ipated struggle between the Vespers
and . the Leanders. . This was | the first
race of the day and the widespread In
terest taken in It was evidenced by the
great crowds j which j thronged all the
vantage -.points along .the, course; and
congregated In the victaFtV.of[tTie~wlh-'
nlng post long before the hour for the
. The Philadelphians , arrived at the
boat house at 10:30. They launched
their, boat and set ' off on a paddle at
11:45 a. m. amidst encouraging shouts
from the big gathering of their com
patriots and the friendly cheers of the
Britons, i The breeze toward the Berks
shore gave the 'Leanders/ who had , the
Berkshire": side,' > a ! little advantage in
position. '. ! The" Americans i shortly ; be
fore the time set for the race rowed up
to the starting line; but the Leanders'
shell was brought up by the outsiders,
the British crew driving up to ' the
starting point In carriages and'em
As the boats came up to the line pre
paratory to the 'start the British oars
men seemed the more composed of the
Britishers Maintain Lead
•The boats got away ' together, but
the nervousness of the Philadelphlana
was shown by the splashing which
marked their first half dozen strokes.
The Leanders started with a stroke of
forty-one to the minute' and the Vese*
pers with thirty-nine. The nose of
the British craft forged slightly to the
.front, but there was not much' to
choose between them when they passed
Temple Island in the record time of
forty-seven seconds. The . Philadel
phians, however, soon began to , give
signs that the hard work was telling
on them. The ', Leanders dropped; their
stroke to thirty-seven, but the Vespersr
could not do . much ' with ! the ' lead j oX
half a length which the home crew
had already obtained. This Increased
to a full length. When the three
quarters of a mile had been covered
the Leanders again slowed down their
stroke to thirty- two, but they always
maintained a safe lead. In the last
quarter the Vespers made a desperate
spurt and Early quickened his stroke
rapidly. ■ The Americans responded
and their boat gradually forged up
until only, three-quarters of a length
separated the prows. The effort, how
ever, was . futile. The Leanders had
plenty in hand. . They responded to
the spurt of their opponents and passed
the winning post a full length ahead.
Both crews finished strong, j
In the second heat of the semi-finals
for the Grand Challenge cup the Bel
gians beat the London Rowing club by
three lengths. Time, 7:20.
FORTY DAYS ON CHAIN GANQ
FOR WRECKING TAMALE CART
Forty days on the chain gang with
no alternative of paying a fine was the
sentence which Judge Chambers yester
day meted ] out ) to J. , M. Buck and K J
Morse, employed In the circulation' de
partment of a local morning . paper.
With four ,.' other - companions they
wrecked the cart of a taraale vender
June £3 onßellevue avenue, near San
A • cigar ' that., you tun smoker- Las
Colton and he accordingly dropped to
the soft dirt of, the road and' went' to
sleep unmindful of the gentle suggea
t.jons of Williams, who was delicately
hinting his wish for the dog to move
by applying the toe of his boot to the
beast's ribs, And then Marshall 'en
"Wotcher doln' to the cur," said Mar
shall. "Taint no cur," responded '• Wil
liams as he let up on the - dog , ' and
started the argument. "Wot Is he
then," queried • Marshall, .''Bull' pup,'
Westchester kennels," " responded : Wil
liams and • although Marshall 'did not
give a verbal answer his expression of
incredulous surprise angered the own
er, who again turned his attention to
the animal which had arisen 11 ' and .was
tugging at the rope in an effort to hear
with his right ear what a' flea, perched
in his deaf left organ was saylngabout
"Well, .quit klckln' that dorg any
how," Marshall is alleged to have said
and when the dust settled Williams
was hurrying toward the constable's
office to swear .to the /warrant ''white
Marshall was putting on his coat.
The dog is still asleep In the road bufl
may be moved In as witness. ■
COUNCIL PROVIDEB FOR
EMPLOYING TOWER' CREW!
The ordinance providing men tot tha
fire department was altered yesterday
by the council to authorise tho em
ployment of a crew for the new water
tower, which Is to be put Into, actlya
service In the near future.^^BJSHffli
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