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The close proximity of this tract to Venice of ] y?/w\ I^|. X : ' \jjjk Things are doing now in the VENICE CANAL m'
S3 cAmerica makes it one of the best invest- ;/ p /hbertaav^ "fe ,"; ti : A TRACT, and work will be pushed to comple- "' 'Si I'--2g1 '--
2g ments on this Coast cAll Canals connect • //If I I , 5 i W tion as fast as men and money can ac- "Sf.i
■f& with the Grand CanaL ' M | ._ , : V- : | \ | complish it Mi
No other Canal Tract will have a lake. /y/ % <o ' c ' W/ A ,-. . «. , .„ . . .. ~ , .Bs^
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y& covering thirty acres, with a 40-foot boule- ,/pt. — Up I I | L_J^ . wA ♦_ i • r BS'->' : '-
:££ - yard encircling it. . /V/ V WM////////////////.ckANti/)mm, fflfflmsmmm Caml clear across the tract ' making a beauti- 1 . ■»■/-;
m We have secured the services of Mr. W.H. )./ ' " ~~) fu!, wide S p ee dway~-which will connect with ,; |||
■S Loomis, formerly of the Edison Co., who will ; | a 40-foot boulevard that will encircle the en- &
M personally superintend the work. > $i tire lake, which covers over thirty acres. w'^-
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I The Venice Canal Tract Contains Over 200 Acres and Will 1
I Eventually Be High Priced Residence Property I-
The Dredger now at vvork on the Grand Canal excavates ninety feet a day, so you / ||
. will see the work progressing- rapidly every hour. • . : ; V ■$£■■•
3» Beautiful arched Bridges will span the Canals at all principal streets, and the electric 7 §s I
® lighting will make an elegant effect on the waters of the canals. \ ]| p|
1 Strong (8b Dickinson iF.o.Heitoni Robert Marsh ®> Co. I
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m 135 South Broadway * r <&S%J£tf* 303 R W. Hellman Bldg. K|
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GO TO NAPLES
HUNTINGTON BEACH LINE TO
WORK TO -BEGIN AT ONCE
Purchasers of Lots at New Resort of
Canals and Lagoons — Exten.
Among the recent purchases of lots
In Naples are: Mrs. T. M. Walker, Mrs.
E. J. Rich, Mrs. Kate Ayers, A. J.
Oberlln. John S. Myers, O. M. Atkins,
,W. Q. Schrelber. H. E. Crlttenden, Mrs.
. VS. J. Cook, Mrs. Ida M. Dolan, R. F.
Peabody, A. M.. Green, O. M. Glffen,
Anna M. Morgan, J. R. Wallace, Jennie
,O. Ilaxton, J. L. Lawman, Mrs. E. P.
Trout, William O. Lambertin and Chris
A. Jensen. AH sales were made by A.
M. and A. C. Parsons, who have planned
elaborate Improvements for the new
resort opposite Alamltbs Bay. It Is
stated that the Pacific Electric Railway
company has agreed to build to Naples
it direct extension -of the' company's
line to Huntlngton Beach. When this
is completed it ■will reduce the running
time from Los Angeles to Naples to be
tween thirty-five and forty minutes.
Work on the extension will begin at
Construction work necessarily will be
hasty to provide for the heavy con
tracts that soon are to be let by A. M.
and A. c! Parsons, the agents and pro
moters of the Naples tract, and mem
bers of the Naples company, by which
the subdivision is owned. They have
asked for bids on 13,000 lineal feet of
bulkhead of concrete construction; also
bids on three massive concrete eighty
foot span bridges and on dredging to
the amount of 275,000 cubic yards.
The grand canal, which soon will be
located on the top of the masßlve con
crete bulkhead, will be twelve feet deep,
eighty feet wide and a mile in length.
It will be known as the Rio Alto, which
is an Italian name signifying deep river.
On each side of the grand canal will be
beautiful clusters of electric lights simi
lar to those used on Broadway.
New Dwellings Erected
During the past week three new
houses of two stories and eight rooms
each have been started upon Fifty-third
and Fifty-Fourth streets In the Me-
Carthy company's subdivlnlons, between
Moneta avenue and Flgueroa Btreet*.
Three new houses have also been
started upon Fifty-fourth and Fifty
fifth streets, between Moneta avenue
and Flgueroa street, in the subdivisions
of the same company. '
Everything you want you will find In
the classified page— a modem encyclo
pedia, One cent a. wuiU.
LOS ANGELEB HERALD i SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 190$.
PLANS FOR NEW HOMES
The daily report of building permits
issued indicates continued activity in
the erection of homes in Los Angeles.
Plans have been drawn by Austin &
Brown for a two-story frame for A. W
Nash on Wilshire boulevard, for a
Spanish mission home for I. W. Gard
ner on Wilshire place; by Thomas Pres
ton, plans for a frame cottage at 922
East Eighth street for Mrs. Davis, a
two-story frame for L. V. Glasscock on
Michigan avenue, between. Chicago and
Breed streets, and a double cottage for
Mrs. Thompson on Griffith street; by
Hunt & Eager, plans for a two-story
frame for Miss Foster on Thirty-first
street ' near Figueroa, for a two-story
frame for Mrs. Blake on Avenue Fifty
six, east of Pasadena avenue, for a two
story double residence on the corner of
Ocean View avenue and Lake street for
Miss GUck; by Qarrett & Blxby, plans
for a . two-story frame for L. Sentou.
on Magnolia avenue, between Twelfth
and Pico streets; by Lester S. Moore,
plans for a two-story frame for Mrs.
Margaret L. Irvine on the southwest
corner of West Eighth and Lake
streets) by Train & Williams, plans for
a two-story frame for T. T. Graves on
Juanlta street. •
The Builder also calls attention to
plans for improvements at Long Beach,
Pasadena, Ocean Park and Santa
Monica for which local architects have
NEW YORK GIRLS BUILD
:, ' PUBLIC SCHOOL IN ITALY
TURIN. July ?9.— The two surviving
daughters of the late General <U Cc»
nola of New York- are busy carrying
out their father's wishes In building
and furnishing a public school In the
village of Cesnola, from which their
family derived Its title. The last pay
ment on the building and furnishing of
the school was made at Cesnola a few
days ago through an agent of Mrs.
Baker and Mrs. Delcambre of New
BEAUTY QUEEN SUES TO
Paid Her Own Way to Paris as the
Special Cable to The Herald. .
MILAN, July 29.— The novel spectacle
has been , seen here of a queen, or,
rather "queen of queens," suing by
proxy for payment of her civil list in
connection with the Paris mid-Lent
Signorlna Maria Nalll Was chosen by
the committee of electors to represent
Italian beauty in Paris.
She consented to go on condition that
her expenses were paid. She went,
saw and conquered. She was duly
crowned and was the recipient of ova
tions, but on returning, .when she sent
In her bill of expenses, amounting: to
(000 lire, the committee pulled long
faces. . \
! Thereupon her majesty entered suit
against her parliament/ otherwise her
The droll feature Is that as she la. a
minor the. bill will be presented by her
mother, f The case will , be heard ' In
August. '.' - ■MHttHHJ
AUTO INDUSTRY GROWS
French Returns Show Increase in the
Number of Machines
Special Cable to The Herald.
PARIS, July . 29.— The following
figures, published by Gil Bias, show the
enormous progress made In the auto
mobile Industry in France:
"In 1900 the Importations amounted
to 1,234,130 francs; exportatlons, 10,195,
"1901— Importations, 999,620 francs;
exportatlons, 16,177,280 francs.
"1903— importations, 2,184,000 francs;
exportatlons, 61,739,000 francs."
Notwithstanding the multiplying of
automobiles there has been a reduction
in- the number of accidents. ■ In 1900 the
number recorded was 1473, and in 1902
MUSICAL PRIZES AWARDED
Honors In Paris Conservatoire Go to
M. Carbelll and Mile, Cheval
Special Cable to The Herald.
- PARIS, July 29. — The awards at the
Conservatoire In the musical section
this year have not developed any pro
digies. In the male section M. Car
belli'* very powerful voice gets the first
prise. In the women's classes the first
prizes went to Mile. Cheval/ a very
promising artist, and Mile. Glral and
Mile. Manclnl. The general quality of
the winner's is better than last year.
REFUBEBTO ACT IN 1
gs|*sj| ANTI-SEMITIC ROLE
MOSCOW. July; «9.— Tha " *no»t . cele
brated actress of the Imperial theater.
Mile. Ilblubew, ■U _ uuiag • the ' director
and manager, Mr. Kpesch, for damages
for her dismissal because of her re
fusal to play the part of Judith In the
new drama by Donnay, "The Return
From Jerusalem." The actress claimed
that the part was too antl-Semitlo in
character and against her innermost
convictions. The director, however, was
Inflexible and refused to assign another
part to the actress, \ dismissing her
from the long engagement after her
MARQUIS MACNUTT WILL
BETTLE IN NEW YORK
ROME, July 29.— Marquis MacNutt U
selling his Roman residence, the Dorla
PamphlU palace, and intends to aban
don Italy and settle In New York.
While he 1b appealing against the sen
tence of condemnation, the Marquis
MacNutt enjoys the benefit of the new
Italian law of conditional punishment.
whereby . first offenders do not suffer
the Incarceration penalty unless they
again come within the clutches of the
BAN JOBE SPORTSMEN MADE TO
SUPPER FOR ACTB OF CAMPERS
BAN JOSH. July 29.— Local deer
hunters are In distress over their ex
clusion thin season from the best hunt
ing grounds in the country. Practically
all the land owners In the Mount Ham
ilton sect Con have combined and given
notice that no hunting or camping will
b« permitted on their lands, this action
being the result of the destructive flr»B
that have ; started there almost every
summer by careless hunters. The deer
and dove season will open in this county
next Tuesday. •
Fast from the market— those
low-priced, large-sized build-
ing lots in our —
They are eagerly bought up
by homeseekera end invest*'
ors, who appreciate this
splendid opportunity. !
Or it will be too late. Lots
from $250 up. . $25 down,
$10 per month. Free water
for one year. Cement side*!
walks, laid at our expense.
Visit the tract on Sunday.
Take B. First St. car to end
Janss Investment Co.
, K. 415 Maioo Bldg. 4th sod Brudwty