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A finsvixv., now Finn RAnOAIN
thnt will benf <he f>lo*««t lirreiitlga*
lion. 60x160 feet on Maple avenue,
nenr Ninth afreet, containing n good
(wflvf-mom paying apartment honse.
T(> enn offer thla entlrn property for
$n7no, half mull. If yon're leaking
■or an Investment or npeeniatlon,
and will thorough!? Inreatlsate the
surronndlnffß, you will not let thl*
paaa hjr. Yon know tbat there I*
SHOnCgr In ploif^ln i*i h fil^ HT^nnA
property. There's a profit of from 33
.to 50 per cent to the purchaser of
thla piece within the next alx month*.
311 GRANT DUIL.DING.
Home 1080| S. S. Main 4570.
FOR SALE— '
WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH,
$18,000— Cor. on Central aye.
Income $175 to $200 per month.
m $10,000— West 10th st., 50x150.
Income $100 per month.
$6500— Fremont aye., 80x155.
Fine site for apartment.
• $4000— Fremont aye., 40x120.;
BASSETT A SMITH, L; A. R. B.
202V4 So. Broadway. Rooms 207-8.
•f ■' ''"■' ' :
FOU SALE ny
328-320 BRADBURY BUILDING.
OUT FIGUEROA, NEAR NINTH
STREET) BOX 100| CHEAP.
' EAST NINTH, CLOSES lIVi $20 PER
FRONT FOOT UNDER. MARKET.
WE WANT AN OFFER ON CITHER
OK THE ABOVE.
■ : ___
FOR SALE— ■
N. W. CORNER OF MAPLB AVH.
AND 7TH ST., TWO-STORY BRICK
BUILDING; CLOSE TO MAIN ST.;
W. M. GARLAND & CO.,
824 HUNTINOTON BLDO.
FOR SALE-$18,000; CHOICE BUSINESS
"■■ corner on W. 7th street, four blocks
west of Flgucroa. where street is to be
paved at once; size 112^x120; all corners
on 7th as far out as Beacon aye. held at
$200 pcr 1 foot and upwards; this will
.'double In value when street Is paved.
F. M. PHELPS, 608 Doufiflas bldg.
" FOR SALE— ■ :
■ $5000 — Two • five-room flats on
. , Wall street, near Ninth street;
: rent for $45 a month. This is close
in and Increasing In value rapidly.
C. H. GEORGE & CO.,
545 South Spring Street.
♦18.500 BUYS BEST LOT ON OLIVE ST.;
60x166; 10 rooms. ■ .- .
.- ■:■' ■ WHITCOMB-OIBSON CO.,
5 i »..•-'■■"" 529-531 Laughlin Bldg.
FOR BALE-182 FEET FRONTAGE ON
New High St.. close to postofflce, $360
-front foot. W. E. SIMPSON, 409 Wll-
cox Building. ■ - .
rra^ Beach Property
NEEDS NO AWAKENING.
LOTS AT FIRST PRICES,
' ■ . $50 TO $500.
• The actual beach area in Cal-
ifornia is limited. Each year
the available unsubdlvlded
beach property Is less and less,
and as the demand Increases,
.the best beaches will ever have
the greatest value. Now, the
..best beach Is not the beach
' '; that has been boomed the hard-
est (we don't believe In booms),
•but the best beach is the beach
~ with the greatest natural ad-
van tapes — is the beach with a
' safe surf — a strand of clean,
: . pure sand — with natural sur-
roundings — with a beauty God-
given. A city may be built by
' man anywhere and in any
place; but a beach Is a great
collection of the SANDS OF
TIME, and man cannot make a
; ;' i ; beach. - We claim for OCEANO
',; BEACH that It Is the grandest,
, widest, whitest, cleanest, long-
est strand in California — In this
country. This is nature's gift
• '.:■ —not man's.
♦ OCEANO BEACH SYNDICATE,
• ' 820 South Broadway.
MERCHANTS TRUST COMPANY,
*»' ■-• ;■.,,' ■ ■ ■ Trustee t
207 South Ilroadway.
the McCarthy company,
'm: t.'i'i' General Sales Manager,
[gSiijii'.i .'■:,',' ,803 North Broadway.
Lots $650 to $1100.
•" •. R. S. BAUNDERS,
' 105 Chamber of Commerce Building.
FOR BALE —TIKRMOSA — BARGAIN.
$3500;. $2000 cash; three acres right
In. city of Hermosa, close to beach,
overlooking Redondo and the ocean.
with house, sheds, corrals, chickenß
- , and several hundred dollars' worth
'•■• of .vegetables; close to school; best
: of .water. Offered at these figures
• for short time only. LOS ANdKLKS
.REALTY CO.. 414 Bryson Blook.
■ ;,*• . NHWrOKT nUAflll.
I have nunis choice lots on and
close to ocean front. Electrio cars
will, be .'running there in two or
.three days. That means substantial
advance. Buy now. Bee maps and
„ net prices at my office, 103 South
J. n. sexton,
b'kk'' ■ **
SOI >l.mon Illiltf.,
i 4th aud llruudnny,
'' for »*immWMKUUNBBI
4Lol»4 Lol» •
; * Redoado v ■yeclalrjr.
Ron «nn<h 1111 l street.
now in progress, day and night, All
commercial branches. Call, write, phone.
llomfl 1SS0; Mflln 8305.
ifi^d^^ BUSINESS COLLEGE
Vdf&f 75.1-.-i-r W. Scrcnfli Hi.
JjfUSM (irnclr Work Under Hprrlnl
T^nrher* Thin anmmer.
F. HnOWNBHEROEK, Tres.
BUSINESS COLLEOn IS A BAFB AND RB>
LIABLE SCHOOL. Night f » «lon«. til W. M.
~^_- SOUTHERN CALirORNIA —m—t
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND,
•*• J O/f AND AVt. LO» AMOttea. CAL.
BPANIBH LESSONS GIVEN IJT BXPB-
rlenced teacher. Telephone HOME 4498.
c JJdEJsl^^^^ a
209 Laughlin- Building
WE HAVE A 810
* VENICE ANNEX
SHORT LINE BEACH,
OCEAN PARK PLACE,
MAIN 4090. 302 MASON BLDO.,
HOME 5675. 4TH AND BROADWAY.
AT" EAST OCEAN PARK — THREE
acres at $1200 to $1500 each.
Terms, half cash, balance one year
at 6 per cent.
One lot near corner, $500 cash. •
■"'■,: AT SANTA MONICA.
One and one-eighth acres; price
$850; terms, $450 cash, balance $10 a
month at 7 per cent.
Also three lots at $225 each.
C. 11. GEORGE} & CO.,
r.15 South Spring;.
4 in 72; bargain; $700.
17 in 3, North Manhattan; $1260.
And a number of other good bargains.
529-531 Laughlin Bldg.
Hotels and Lodging House*
A SNAP IN A NEWLY FURNISHED
rooming house of 20 rooms, centrally lo-
cated, for sale. Cheap rent; long lease.
Inquire of WILL MUTZUER. 510 South
FOR SALE-GOOD, NEW DOORS, $1.00
and up. Interior finish and mill work,
the best and cheapest. Get our prices,
at the National Lumber Company's big
Twentieth and Alameda streets.
NATIONAL LUMBER COMPANY.
PIANOS-ALL YOU NEED TO PAY US
Is $6 when you select your piano, then
$6 monthly. We won't charge you any
interest. We positively guarantee the
f>rlee we ask to be the same as asked
n New York, Huston or Chicago. Re-
member the old house of FITZQER-
A LI") when you want a good piano.
113 8. Spring street . .
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
bllllaid and pool tables. Bar fixtures of
all kinds; easy payments. Send for cat-
alogue. THE! URUNSWICK-BALKE-
COLLENDER CO., 620 8. Broadway,
FOR SALE-CARLOAD OP BEST
POULTRY WIRE AT ONLY 45 CENTS
PER 100 SQUARE FBKT.
NATIONAL LUMBER COMPANY.
TWENTIETH AND ALAMEDA STS.
FOR SALE-BTANDARD PIANO AND
piano player; will be sacrificed for cash.
Will be sold either together or sepa-
rately. Apply SILVER CITY HOTEL,
603 West Sixth Bt.. Room 17.
FOR EXCHANGE "
CAM. UP II 27831
AND LKT US TELL YOU ABOUT
THAT TWRNTY-ONB ACRES WB
HAVE AT ANAHEIM. ITS A GEN-
FOR SALB OR EXCHANGE-
20-acre orange grove, paying 10 per
cent interest on investment, all equip-
ped, plenty water, etc. Will trade for
Los Angeles city property.
A. F. WEBSTER & CO.,
SO3 Mason Hldg.,
Fourth and Broadway^
6-room cottage and two lots at Ocean
Park for Los Angeles house and lot.
A. F. WEBSTER & CO., 803 Mason
Bldg., Fourth and Broadway.
MAXON WILI JSXCHANOB TOUK
. property, any location. Large lilt to
•elect from. MAXON RKALTV CO.,
114-115 Dtimsott Bldft*.
*09 ANQELES HERALD? TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST t, 190s.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
MONDAY, JULY 81, 1905.
Martha Babln to ttly*«#ii E. Wlnann—
Lot 190 Mettler tract $l«
John A. Aldrltt, P. W. CroaHe and Wil
liam V. McCann to Carlos 8. Btanler—
I^ot 29 Croake ft McCann's Gem- of Holly
wood tract •. WOO
. C. 8. Miles and Annie v. Miles to Mm.
Hattje B. Castro-Lot 16 block 2 C. 8.
Miles add to Huntlngton Park $10
l'l. 6. Paul«y and Paulln* Lawlr I'auly
to Werdna Lan« Pratt— Part lots 18, W, 17
and IS Victoria tract $10
L. ES. Jones to Henry Glass— Part lot
10 block 6 Los Algeles Homestrnd
tract , $8900
Cora, L. Snee and John A. Bnee 10
George A. Hart— Lot 293 Ford tract $10
John P. N. Hamerlund and Ella K.
Hamerlund to John Smith— Lots 17 and 19
block A Alderson 4k Son West Jefferson
Street tract $li)
A. F. Mills and Com R. L. Mills to
Lucy 13. McOllvary— Part lot A T. Mills
sub of north H of lot 6 Berry A Elliott
tract .7. $10
Jeanette Fensky to The Advent Chris
tian church of Pasadena— Lot 6 of lot 4
A. Nlnd'a sub of lota 4 and 6 block C San
Pnsqiinl tract $10
Redondo Imp. Co. to James Leavers-
Lot 28 block 169 township Redomln
Lewis Yon Rockabrandt and Mrs. Yon
Rockabrandt to Flora H. Wilson— Lot 39
block 100 City of Redondo 8each.... 52000
Same to same— Lot 31 block 100 Redondo
Beach , $1500
Mary Grave* Osmun and J. Allen Os
mun to Whlttler Hardware Co.— Lots 1
and 2 block 2 City of Whlttler $10
Whlttler Hardware CO. to Mary Graves
Osmund and J. Allan Osmund— Part lot
21 block 20 Whltttler $10
Etta L. C. Nichols and A. P. Nichols to
Walter Bnlder-Pnrt lots 17 and 18 block
83 City of Long Beach $10
Hattle J. Cowan to C. L. Heartwell—
Lots ?« and 28 block 6 Long Beach Har
bor View tract , $10
Stephen Townsend and Anna M. Town
send to Chas. L. Hartwell— Part lots 24
and 2S block 5 Long Beach Harbor View
Amanda Cade Crooks to Mary Eliza
beth Northam— Part Ro San Pa«qiial.slsoQ
T. J, Douglass and Kmma S. Jmuglnsa
to E. F. Skinner— Lots 7 and 6, block 1,
Orchard tract $10
Jennie Morrison Harper to Ronsetta
W. Merrlck— Lot 10, block 34, Central
Arlington Heights tract $925
Fred L. Paul and Salome Paul to
Hester M. Young — Lot 4, Paul place. 110
W. H. Gehrkens and Annie Gehrklns
to OeOrge W. Parker — Lots 1 and 2,
block 4, Mlquni subdivision of part of
Cell* Vineyard tract $10
Andrew D. Westerfleld and ElUabeth
J. Westerfleld to Henry C. Mallory and
Marie S. Mallory— Lot 4, block 6, Pa
cific Farms $10
Irwln R. Deist and Alice Maude Deist
to Frankie J. Bush — Lot 139, Goodwin
Frankie J. Bush to Irwin R. Deist —
Lot 4, block 6, California Co-operative
Colony tract $10
Alfred Solano, Ella Brooks Solano,
Josephine Larralde, Mary Bouett and
Laura Solano to William Marvin — Lot
7, block S, Elyslan Park tract $200
S. Lawrence Ward and Irene Brlggs
Ward to Clara Domby — Block P, Cres
centa Canada $200
William Stewart Young and Adele
N. Young to Clara Domby— Block O,
William M. Hlatt and Clara M. Hlatt
to W. K. Fogg — Part Grogan tract.. slo
Otto P. Guterson and Sarah L. Guter
son to Thomas I. Woods — Lots 24, 25,
28. 27 and 28, block D, Dorsey tract. .$lO
Thomas I. Woods to Otto P. Guterson
and Sarah L. Guterson — Lots 20 and 22
and small block A, east of said lot 22,
George Humphries and Catherine El
len Humphries to Effie Henderson —
Part lots 4 and 5, block 12, Carter's
Vineyard tract $10
Hattie C. Bloeser to John Bloeser —
Lots 3 and 6, block 33, Avalon; lot 11,
block 22, Electric Railway Homestead
Association tract $3000
Gage E. Barlow to Lillian M. Stone
— Lot 22, block 16, Hermosa Beach.. slo
Eugene W. Prather and Mabel Pra
ther to Lena G. Howe — Lot 201, Sunny
Mary J. Lovejoy and A. C. Lovejoy to
Lydia T. Wood and Eva L. Rockhfll —
Lot 10, Palm Vista tract • .110
W. A. Pratt and M. Eugenia Pratt to
Robert M. Risk— Lota 1 and 2, block E,
Ocean Sptay tract $10
Ambrose F. Flsherlng and Sadie J.
Fisherlng to Charlea D. Post and Jose
phine Post— Lots 16 land 17, block 80,
Huntington Park $10
Charles C. Heller and Celia C. Heller to
J. H. W. Bennett— Lot 4, block F, Clement
tract ' *i 0
M. Friedman and Julia Friedman to Ed
ward J. Price— Lots 4. 6 and 6, block C;
lots 10 and 11. block B, Cook & Miller's
resubdivlslon of blocks A, B and C, Ad
ams Street tract ....$lO
A. J. Richardson and Mary F. Richard
son to John W. Fink— Lots 11 to 26. 28
and 29; lots D and E, Coeur ' d'Alene
John W. Fink and Anna Fink- to A. J.
Richardson— Lots 1 to 10 and 27 and lots B
and C, Coeur d'Alene place, part Ro. la
Maggie Creedon to Kittle Morris— Lot 27.
block A, H. N. Elliott's Ninth Street
Union Trußt oempany or Los Angeles to
Nellie K. Gordon— Lot 10, Adams and
Fourth Avenue tract $10
J. P. Curtis and Charlotte Curtis to Min
nie Roberts— Part lot B, block 6, State
Street tract .......$lO
Louise Alexander to Ephrlam Flske—
Lot 14, block G, Ocean Park Villa tract.slo
J. P. Welles, Jr., to A. M. Squire— Lot 20,
block 4. Playa del Rev townsite $10
Will E. Keller and Cornelia L. Keller to
C. T. Torrey— Lot 18. and part lot 17, El
lendale place; lot 18% and part lot IVA.
Bowker's addition to Ellendale place.. s4ooo
Laura M. Brandriff. administratrix of
estate of Henry K. Brandriff, deceased,
to J. R: Meader— Assignment of contract
of sale 2182-45, deeds $1000
S. K. Hemphlll and Emma Hemphill to
Joshua R. Meader— Lots 0 and 7, block 63.
Long Beach .........$lO
Cora Easterbrooke Freeze and Wlllard
A. Freeze to Richard P. Blalsdell— Lot 17.
Mills' subdivision of block 63. O. S $10
Richard P. Blalsdell to F. M. Gadd-Lot
17, Mills' subdivision of clock 63, O. 5...510
Emery E. McCalla and Anna M. Mc-
Calla to Susan Ternes— Fart lots 12 and
13, Eulalie tract $10
Lewis W. Andrews and Abble C. An
drews to John B. Cornwell— Lot 9, block
A. Occidental park ..$lO
Long Beach Water Co. and Broadway
Bank and Trust Co., trustee, to Steams
Counts Inv. Co.— Lot 62, American Colony
Paciflo Land Co. to William Campbell-
Block 23, Pacific Farms tract $10
T. I. & T, Co. to A. L. Harknens— Lot 2,
block 6, Elyslan Park tract $100
Kalorama Land Co. to Mrs. Rebecca
Margaret Neumann— Lot 93, Grlder &
Hamilton's Rose Hill tract $440
William ■W. Thomas and Mary E.
Thomas to Benton McCoy— Lot 10, block
W. Mirador tract No. 2 $10
W. A. Irwln and Addle B, Irwin to C. C.
Alleman— Lot 9, block 15, Erkenbrecher
Syndicate Santa Monica tract $10
Joslah Russell and Mary L. Russell to
Adallne C. Holcombe — Lot 13. block 12,
Electrio Ry. Homestead association.... slo
Abbot Klhney to Lynn C. Cline and
Hester A. Cline— Lot 10 block D Coral
Crest tract $10
Exchange Bldg. Assn. to Stephen Town-
Bend— Part lot 26 Block 104 LonK
. . - - TORT 0R EX -^ H . c - - -
TO EXCHANGE-"a~ROOMING HOUSH
of 60 rooms; good location; cheap. Will
exchange for equity In beach lots or
W. M. STURGEON. SOS Frost Bid*.
Phones 948. Red 893.
FOR EXCHANGE— BY BEN WHITE.
200 ranches. $500 to $150,000.'
100 houses and lots, $1000 to $60,000
100 orange and lemon groves, laooo
5000 miscellaneous properties. To
buy, sell or trad* property go to
BEN WHITE, 308 Bryson Block. 8d
and Spring street*.
FOR EXCHANGE- "
$7000. mtg. $1500; 340 acres level valley
land 4 miles from Hemet, Rlverslda
county; house, barn, well. Want clear
eastern property, or may assume toniu
on house and lot lit good city.
WM..N. HOLWAY, Jll Grant Bldg.
Home IM9, Main 4570. . .. .
BEN WIIITW WILL EXCHANGm YOUH
property. 108 BRYBON BLOCKT Becond
and Spring stay Member, L, , A. - Realty
Board. ' \ , ;! I
I-.* Vsnehu M. Runnell and R. N. Rus
sell to William M. Gray— Lot 1« BchoflnH
William M. Gray and Kannl« B. Gray
to La Vancha M. iliinsMl—Lot B Thorp«'a
sub of lot 62 Oardena, tract fO6OO
Oeorge A. Cook and Nettle J. Cook to
Charleg A. Frees*- Lot 23 block 4 Pl&ya
del Rey Townsite $10
Charles A. Frees* and Lillian T. Freese
to Charlrs Polllock— Lot £3 block 4 Playa
dill R*y Townnlte >10
Ruth O. Hermitage to John E. Dublin-
Lot 13 block 7 same $10
William McCarty and Elizabeth Mc-
Carty to Theodore Bkallemd-Part lots
24 and 1.1 Thompson Bro.'s sub $io
William Mccarty, KlUabeth McCnrty
and Theodore Bkallerud to Miriam Lee-
Part lots 24 and 23 Thompson Bro.'s
Miriam Lee to William McCarty and
Elizabeth McCarty— Part lots 24 and ?3
■am« sub $10
Oliver S. Bond, Clara A. Bond and Bute
Bk.'ft Tr. Co. of Los. Angeles to George
A. Stuart-Lot 74 Urlder A Hamilton*
Lomita Park |400
B. W. Pratt and Lucy PJ. Pratt to Mo
chanlcs Loan Co.— Part lot 1 J. W. Scott
sub; part lot 1 J. C. Scott tract $10
Hermosa Beach L. & W. Co. to W. A.
Johnson and Zach T. Ingle— Lot 18 blofk
82 2nd add to Hermosa Beach $10
Pacific Imp. Co. to Charles C. Hurd-
Lots 10 and It block D Paclflo Imp.
W. A. Pratt and M. Kugenla Pratt to
Helen R. Wllcox and Carolina A, Good
ridge— I/Ot 30 block A Wave Crest tract. slo
Christian Snottlnl to. Henry Mitchell and
and Laura Mltchell-Oiot 210 Central Aye.
Home, tract $io
W. C. F. Horpiim. assignee of Lewis
Rees, to Lewis Bees— All property con
veyed to W. C. F, Borsum as assignee
under deed 477-224 ....$i
T. I. A T. Co. to Mary J. Kelly-Lots
19 and 17 block 2 Venice Park tract.. slo
Johanna Bovee to Ernest Albert Bovee
—Lot 84 Santa Anita Colony $10
T. I. ft T. Co. to Mary B. Baldwin and
Lydla W. Baldwin-Lot 7 block 8 Alaml
tos Bay tract $io
Charles Helnts to Wlnfleld C. Hogaboom
—Lot 11 block 1 Central Home Place.. slo
A. R. Fraser, G. M. Jones and H. R.
S a *? i°J v - °- Bufnnger-Lots 29 and SI
block 2 Country Club tract 110
J. Cather Newton and Curtis Wil
liams, trustee In re John Rebman,
bankrupt, to W. O. Buffinger— Lots 29
and 31, block 2, Country Club tract. .$lO
C. H. Rhodes and Jennie Rhodes to
Camllle L. Peers— Lot 20, C. H. Rhodes
South Lake Avenue tract $10
James C. Gregg and Amanda M.
Gregg to James L. Griffin— Lot 16.
Peck's subdivision of block 37, San
Mrs. Margaretta Larsh and Paul
Larsh to May Somers Candee — Part lot
4, block 2, Hollywood Ocean View
Varnum V. Jerome and Ada B. Jerome
to Harry W. Evans — Part of tract of
Downey Land association $265
Pauline Scholz and Joseph Scholz to
Augusta Muller— Part lots A and B,
block 142, Santa Monica $10
Harriet S. Brayton and William H.
Brayton to Augusta Muller— Lot T,
block 148, Santa Monica $10
Union Trust and Realty company to
Mrs. Annie Llndsey — Lot 13, Mettler
Joslah Myrlck, Jr., and Annie S. My
rlck to James Stafford — Lot 8, block 2,
Klnney Heights tract $10
Mary A. Judson and Timothy Judson
to Richard Wilson — Lots N and O, block
183, Santa Monica $10
Leslie A. Boadway and Bertha M.
Boadway to Wlllam C. Crowell— Lot 1,
block 72, Manhattan Beach $10
Bank of Hollywood to E. T. Barnes —
Lot 18, Central Hollywood tract
No. 2 $io
Hollywood Savings Bank and Trust
company to E. T. Barnes — Lota 20 and
21, Grand View Boulevard tract $10
James M. Wyatt and Nancy Wyatt to
Marcus L. Sparks — Part section 36,
township 1 north, range 9 we5t... 52500
Alonzo D. Isbell and Kllen M. Isbell
to John H. Simpson — Part block 2, re
plat of J. Ellis' Colorado Street subdi
Anna M. Townsend and Stephen
Townsend to V. R. Townsend — Part lot
80, American Colony tract $10
Q. J. Rowley and Llda T. Rowley to
O. E. Gunter — Part block 18,
Qulntln J. Rowley and Lyda T. Row
ley to Olln E. Gunter — Part block 19,
Downey Land Association tract $10
Sebastian Simon and Lena Simon to
Alice Chapin — Lot 25, block 42, Elec
tric Railway Homestead association. slo
Title Insurance and Trust company
to Tillie Hassheider — Lot 10, block 5.
La Paloma tract .-...- .$lO
J. W. Hand. R. Ilia Hand, ; W. C.
Dressing and Barbara H. Dressing to
H. Z. Osborne, Jr. — Lot 29, block 11.
Street block $3500
Joseph Mesmer. executor of estate of
Louis Mesmer, deceased, and Joseph
Mesmer to Beach Land company — Lots
20, 3S, 37. 38 and 45, block 4; lot 38,
block 3; lot 12, block 2; lot 15, block 1;
lot 21, block 3; lot 22, block 3, Playa del
Edgar. A. Youngr and Delphlne E.
Young to Jessie H. Falrhead — Lot -14,
block 14, Manhattan Beach division
No. 2 $10
Jessie H. Fairhcad to R. P. Smith— Lot
14 block 14 same tract $10
H. Julia Barron to Laura F. Edwards-
Lot 15 Whitney tract $10
James G. Scarborough, trustee to Rosa
McMahon— Lot 12 block 107 Pasadena
Villa tract JlO
Rosedale Cemetery Assn. to George K.
Marshall, admr. to estate of Frank M.
Vanderlip, deceased — Southeast V 4, of lot
194 section H Rosedale cemetery..; $40
Mrs. Lydla Parks and Charles C. Parks
to Louise B. Clary— Part lot 10 block 193,
part lot 11 block 193 Redondo Beach.... slo
Percy H. Clark and Hattle E. Clark to
Elizabeth Gtlcher— Part lot 28 West
Adams Street tract $10
Same to Estella and Minnie Gilcher —
Lot 17 same tract ...$lO
Joseph H. Bohon and Eleanor P. Bohon
to Addle M. Reed— Lots 95 and 96 Bunny
side Park add $GOO
R. A. Wallace and Frank P. Firey to
John S. Garrison— Agreement to convey
part Farm lot 66 American Colony
R. A. Wallace and Frank P. Firey to
John S. Garrison— Agreement to convey
part Farm lot 80 American Colony
W. H. Ferguson and Florence Ferguson
to KUa Ewing— Lot 3 Warfleld tract.. slo
Abbot Klnney Co. and Abbot Klnney to
Margaret Thornton Klnney— Part lot 349
block 9 Golden Bay tract, lots 1, 2 and 3
block 1 Country Club tract, lot 2 block
1 Venice of America $10
Frank M. Page and Artie Page to Eu
fene Strickland and M. N. Strickland
art lots 25 and 25 block L Nadeau Or
ange tract $10
Addle N. Dewey to Harold C. Dewey—
Lot 2 block 63 Pomona $10
William M. Hiatt, Clara M. Hlatt, J. O.
McCament and Maude J. McCament to
Caroline Marx— Lot 30 East Colorado
Forest Heights Co. to William Slater-
Lots '22, 23 and 24 block O Forest Heights
Sarah C. Robinson to Patlrck C. Collins
—Part lots 2 and 3 D. Madlgan's sub of
lot 16 H. J. Holmes sub $10
H. F. Beauchamp and Carrie A. Beau
rhamp to Mabel L. Galloup— Lot 5 block
T Dayton Heights tract $10
Emll Firth and Benveneda S. Firth to
Katharine L. Cook— Lot 16 Walnut
Manhattan Beach Co. to John Wolleu
uhlager—Lot 15 block 1 Manhattan
John C. Coy and Nancy Coy to John
Wollenshlager-Lot} 2 block 11 tame
tract ?. HO
T. I. & T. Co. to AVIUIam E. Gray-
Lot 19 Grant tract »10
Lottie E. Hlgley to Ida E. Johnston-
Lot 35 The Palms W
IT. T. & R. Co. to A. J. W. Neuman—
Lot 12 Metttler's Central Aye. tract.. s6so
John A. Sevey and Frances P. Sevey
to Russ Avery— Lot 19 block 84 Redondo
Mahala Wlitfong and Enoch Wiltfons
to John P. Day— Lot 3 block B Sher
Minnie P. Davis to John P. Davis— Lot
2 block B same £'V'"S, if. |30
E. R. Brainerd to Sebaßtlan Simmons
and LUIIe B. Simmons-Lot 31 and part
lot 30 block B Alvarado Terrace $10
Sebastian Simmons and Llllle B. Sim
mons to K. U. Brainerd— Lot 88 block B
Alvarado Terrace tract.............. $10
Emil Firth and Benveneda 8. Firth to
Mary A. Given— Lots 4o and 4« Walnut
D. G. Warner and Helen J. Warner to
John J. Urhll-Lot 114 Dalton Oranfte
Grove tract vSP
Manhattan Beach Co. to Lawrence W.
Netr- Lot 13 block 69 Manhattan Beach
Dlv. NO. 3 V.-Vr'u-'ii >10
Same to game— Lot 13 block 68 eaine
Golden State Realty Co. to Mrs. Mary
A. Bchuyler-Lot 49 Watts Junction
City of Los Angeles Board of Water
Commissioners to Samuel Aen— Part lot
4 block 28 Gtravanza add No. 1 .»!
Frederick K»pe and Emille E»pe to Al
fred Q. Cain and Mary C. Cain-Lota 9,
10. 11. IS, IS, 14 and 145 Eipea Bellevue
M. Went to David B. Koont«-Lot S3
Arn«r« pub of block 14 Ban Pedr0.... ..510
Jesnette M. Campbpll to Jennie C. Lon*
—Lots 11 and 12 block A Wel*» tract.. slo
Thomas Patch and Anna Patch to Hana
George ir«n««n-Lot 17 Patch tract.. ..slo
R. P. Smith and Mary C. Smith to J.
J. Valllkett-Part section 33 township 1
north range !> w«st $10
C. J. Fox »nd Sarah Mary Fox to Cora
Relchard-Lot 18 block C Cable Road
Abbot Klnney to Mary R. Scherfe* and
Oertrjirte E. Boone— Lot 28 block • Coun
try Club tract , $10
J. T. Van Orman «nd Amanda Van Or
rnan to Churles J. Wilsorv-Lot 7 block F
Santa Fs tract $10
JoKpph H. Hohon And Eleanor P. Rohon
to Carrie B. York— Lot 286 BunnysM.}
Park add .$75
Joseph Lowe and Carrie B. Smend to
Ona M. Lowe-Lots 12 and 13 Harwood
Melvlle B. Walker nnd Loese J. Walker
to W. A. Strain— Lot 12 M. B. Walker
A. T. Jerglns and C. B. Groat to Louisa
n. White-Lot 2» A. T. JerglnS & Co.'s
Eiielld Av#. tract , $10
C. B. Groat and Ida J. Groat to Louis*
n. Whlt«-Lot 20 block SO C. B. Groat's
Euclid Heights tract $10
Charles M. mimnon et al to Louis Ja
cobl-Lot 13, Workman Hollenbeck fr $10
W. B. Irwln to Mary Elizabeth Irwln—
Lots m and 144, F.lyslan Vista Scott tr $1
R. Morgan Oalhreth to W. B. Irwln—
Lot 142, Klyslan Vista Scott traot ....$lO
James G. Scarborough to A. 10. Wolfe-
Lots 4 6 « and 7, block 72, Pasadena Villa
Moye W. Stephens et al to Mrs. Alta
Estelta Bacon— Lot 42, Lakeside tract ..$lO
Albert C. Eschrleh to Estelln, Bneon—
Lots 1 and 2, block 26, Paclflo Farms ..$lO
G. W. Commons to J. F. Holbrook— Lot
>, Osborne and lot 4, Osborne of what i«
known us Requena tract $5
J. W. Wood to Eugenia L. Hobbs-Lot
7, Los Robles tract $10
Qulntln J. Rowley to William H. Jeffers
—Agreement to convey part section 28,
partition showing property formerly of
Redondo Land Co $20,000
Fred E. Eldred to Anna Owen— Lot 10,
D. W. Eldred's tract $10
Frftnk It. Strong, Pearl Strong, Oeorgo
W. Dickinson and Myra Dickinson to
Artie Page— Lot 3 block A Strong ft Dick
inson's Central Park tract $10
Same to Henry C. Stewart— Lot 7 block
A same tract no
Edith A. Olmsted and Frank H. Olm
eted to D. E. Welllcome— Lot 21 block IB
Hermosa Beach $500
Fred W. Hogan to Ethel M. Hogan—
Lots 15 and 16 block D Henrique Villa
Delia M. Curtis and Joseph Curtis to
Stephen A Steams—L ots 15, 16, 17 and 18
block F The Pnlmn $10
John Henry Harris to Minnie Lee Har
ris—Lot 20 Mappa tract $1
N. P. Conrey, trustoo to Herbert L. Da
mon, W. R. Plue and Mrs. Florence Main
—Agreement to convey lot 2 block 30 Her
mosa Reach $750
John H. Norton and Mary Francis Nor
ton to E. F. Wllcox— Lot 6 block E Alaml
tos Bay tract $10
United L. & W. Co. to A. Blrkleln— Lot
4 block 13 Serra Vista Townalte $l<i
1. Saffarrans to W. A. Polklnghorn—
Part lot 25 block C Santa Monica tract. sso
Manhattan Beach Co. to W. A. Polk
inghorn—Lot 2 block 87 Manhattan Beach
Div. No. 2 $10
J. C. Domlnjmea to Honarato Domlnn
guez—Lot 127 Yorba & Paige tract sub of
Blocks A and B $10
Benjamin F. Ball and Mary Ball to J.
F. Clarke— Lot 17 Ball's sub of northeant
portion of Carr tract, part lot 1 B. F.
Ball's Home Place $12,000
Callle M. Parker to The Aetna Indem
nity Co.— Lots 71 and 73 b.ock 5 Crescent
Bay tract $10
R T. Preston to John Metcalf— Part
lots 19 and 20 block 1 Short Line Beach
sub No. 1 $1500
Mutual Realty Co. to John H. Foley —
Lots 317, 318, 819 and 330 Interurban
Willis G. Hunt, executor of estate of
William S. Allen, deceased, to John £3.
Loomls— Lots E and F .lands of La
Canana L. & W. Co. sub of lot 12 said
La Canada Ro $153
John E. Loomls and Rhoda E. Loomis
to Martha Belle Parker— Lots E and F
containing 10.3T> acres of land of La
Canada L. & W. Co. being sub of . lot 12
said La Canada Ro ...$155
James Hull to Mrs. V. M. Baker and
Fred Brainerd— Lot 44 block C Central
Beach tract J.lO
STEALS PONY AND CART
Negro Boy Enjoys a Drive and Then
Tries to Raise Some
The most youthful horsethlef in Los
Angeles' was 'captured last night by
Constable J. W. Coleman when he
found Leroy Brasher, an 8-year-old
negro child, trying to sell a Shetland
pony and cart at Pico street and Cen
The boy admitted to the constable
that he had taken the pony and cart
from Ninth and Enterprise streets
without permission of the owner. He
said that he had no Intention of steal
ing the pony, but that he took the cart
in order to drive about town. He told
the constable that he became tired of
driving after a time, and fearing
to take the pony back where he found
It, concluded that he would sell the
turnout and "maybe have enough to
buy himself an automobile."
The constable took charge of the
pony and cart, but being unable to find
the owner, turned it over to the care
of the police. He went with young
Brasher to his home, 1224 Birch street,
and told the child's parents what had
happened. They were much surprised,
but begged to keep" the child at home,
which request was granted after they
promised to send him to court today
should any complaint be made against
him by the owners of the pony and cart.
ICE SKATING RINK IS
PLANNED BY COMPANY
Incorporators May Give Angelenos a
Taste of Old. Fashioned
Wouldn't It be a joke to go into a
Los Angeles clothing store and ask for
a fur overcoat, a woolen scarf, a cap
with ear mufflers and a pair of double
weight mittens? And wouldn't it be
fun to show the native Callfornlans
a thing or two of which they know
The Los Angeles Ice Skating com
pany took out articles of Incorporation
yesterday and the Intention Is to Rive
Angelenos something that will make
their feet bruised, their ankles stiff and
their heads sore If they have a prefer
ence for skating: upside down.
The plan is to have real Ice— not the
kind that Eliza of "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
used In crossing the river and the rest
of the theatrical company for trunks,
but real . Ice with the cold sensation
still a portion of It.
Los Angeles Is to be given the first
opportunity to see how exciting Ice
skating Is. If it is not a success here
the plant will be taken to Death valley,
where as a special inducement for the
sale of skating tickets the company
will give chunks of ice to eat,
J. L. Hartson, A, B. Chapman, Jr.,
O. A. Bonsall, U. 8. a. Todd and W. T.
Carter are the Incorporatorg of the new
company, which is capitalized at $50,000,
with $50 subscribed.
The world's greatett clear — Las
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can taste Its good quality ||ijra| _ _ i
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£\&fJf* Boston Dry Goods Siore
235-237-239 South Broadway
Until September lit This Storm Will Clou on Saturdays at I <
•o'clock. Othmr Days at S:3O
From the Orient
Oriental beauty and luxury^. Hun-
— ijma »taw dreds of new and rugs that
Jl^ll^* show rare and enduring expressions
/Xnmsss of artistic skill in their weaving and
/ UL*^w S oMany very attractive and long-
Vy \\ Ifr* vec * sorts that are inexpensive, while
A Vl IV somQ ran i°to the hundreds of dollars.
/I 'f^H * tA 'word today of some of the
%j*^.^3: lesser priced sorts:
f Antique Hamadans, , Gundjes,
Kazaks, Shirvans, etc., in sizes averaging 2 ft. 6 in. by
3 ft. 5 in., at $5. Similar styles in size 3 by~.4;1-2 ft.
at $7.50. •
c7Wany~ odd sizes in fine silk/* rugs at l $12.50
(RUG DEPT.. THIRD FLOOR.) , I
Never Pay Trust Prices for Furniture
Occasionally you hear someone says that furniture Is so expensive In ■'
Los Angeles. That's because the person who expresses that opinion . has ,
visited Trust stores where all prices are held at the most exorbitant figures.
As a matter of fact, Brent's anti-trust store sells many kinds of furni-
ture for actually less money than tame goods cost in Chicago and other ■
eastern points. : < :
$10.00 Refrigerators $7.25 $7.50 Iron Beds $4.75
These are made of hard wood. 33 These come with straight top; brass
inches wide, 18 inches deep and 38 rod on head and foot, brass vases;
im^ wlfh : 'nflnXf"^!? 0110 110 dOOd 00 come In gold bronze, white enamel and';!
values at $7.25. green bronze; regular $7.50 values,'.'
Other refrigerators, $9.00, $10.00, J4.75.
$13 and up. _ 96 5Q saaitary Mattresses $4.75
$3.75 Go-Carts »^.VS Made entlrel of Belected Bea moss >
r r^^M and whUe cotton; strictly .sanitary;
values. Anti-trust prices, $2.95. regular $6.60 values. Special at : $4.75. .
$6.50 Arm RocKers $3.45 $iO.OO Iron Cribs $6.50
Large willow arm rockers, with > These have drop - side; ' good 'woven-
19-lnch seat. 31-inch back: full • ■
swoll arms and back; full basket wire springs; $10.00 values. Special
seat. Anti-trust price, $3.45. a t $6.60.
$3.50 Stands $1.95 $1.00 Stools 75c
These are neat little stands; ton Sent wood stools; size 24 inches; very
Srrtty 'twned legSr^BO vailiw: ■ stron * and durable: * 1M valuea "*<>■
special at $1.95. $|.S0 Roman Seat $1.00
$1.25 OaK Chair 85c ji.25 values, 36-Inch stools. $1.00.
Hllth back, solid oak chairs, Roman seat, golden and weathered
strongly braced; come with cane oak, finely finished; $1.50 values. Spe-
geat. Special at 85c. cial at $1.00.
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VENICE ASSEMBLY ENJOYS
A MUSICAL FESTIVAL
Prominent Los Angeles Artists Heard
In Operatic Program— "Land
of Nod" Rendered
Noted singers were heard at the
Venice assembly last night In selec
tions from grand opera. Mrs. Genevra
Johnstone-Blshop rendered the "Jewel
Song" from "Faust" In a manner
which brought forth much applause.
Johann Haae Ztnck, th^e Danish tenor,
sang the aria from the garden scene
of the came opera in his native tongue,
together with selections from the
Egyptian opera, "Joseph In Egypt."
Miss Florence Johnson sang a beauti
ful aria from the "Barber of Seville."
The program offered was of Buch range
and of such varied themes that the
versatility of the singers was taxed
to the utmost.
After the j intermission forty young
people of the Doblnson School of Ex
pression rendered the operetta, "Land
of Nod." In this perforamnce they
were aided by members of Miss Corel
la's children's class at Venice, who
Bang "Five Little Sleepy Heads." "The
Land of Nod" was given In Los Ange
les some time ago and was received
with such enthusiasm that the Dob
lnson School of Expression was Induced
to repeat the performance at the as
For Civic Alliance
To form a civic alliance of the Im
provement associations of the Second
ward a meeting of delegates from the
various associations will be held
Thursday evening at the Ht. Angelo.
The ' following improvement associa
tions will be represented by, three dele
gates each: Ellendale, Angeleno
Heights, , Fort Hill; West End,*i»d
Temple street. At the meeting officers
will be elected and an executive com
mittee to be composed of five members
will be appointed. The aim of the or
ganization will be for 'the ; betterment!
of the ward and the removal of, un
sightly oil derricks. .
Sun Franclaco Hotel*
If you are going to spend a week or
month in Ban Francisco the moat com
fortable way Is to take an apartment
all ready for housekeeping. You will
Uriel the very best accommodations at
the Luxor Apts., 857 Octavia street, San
Francisco. ■ ■ ■ -
Inquire for It any place. Las Palmas
Water Bervlce Inadequate
Residents in ' the vicinity of East
Thirty-ninth street have petitioned the
council to take steps to provide the
district with an ■ improvement In the
water service, which is characterized
as "now nothing short of an outrage."
The petition states that the supply is
Insufficient for domestic purposes and
entirely Inadequate in case of fires.'
Mellin's Pood is endorsed by the phy-
sicians. Hundreds of doctors are
using Mellin's Food in their own fam-
ilies for their own children. If Mel-
lin's Food is good for the doctor's baby
it ought to be good for your baby
Let us know if you, would like to try
Mellin's Food and we will send you ■
sample bottle free of charge,
MeUto't JTm* U tat O ML V i Infaatf'
r««4> which received tha Grand ir 1»
Ih. bMh..t award of the Loui'l". t":
ÜBLLIUa FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.