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LOS ANOELE3, Aug. 7.
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f, p.m.) 23.M 1 72 I 69 1 W I 11 1 Clear
Maximum temperature, S3.
Minimum temperature, 59.
BAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 7.— Fair
weather prevails over the Pacific slope
except foggy along the coast from Point
Tne pressure distribution haa remained
unchanged on the Pacific slope. The
temperature has risen slightly, except
■ long the const of North California and
In Arizona, where there has been a fall.
Temperatures reaching 100 degrees are
reported throughout the great valley of
Log AnßeJes and vlclnltr-Foßgy Tues
day morning, becoming fair during the
day; light west wind.
Coast foggy Tuesday morning, becom
ing fnlr; fresh west wind.
DANIELLS-FOX— Chas. H. Danlells, 30.
native of Wisconsin and resident of
Pomona, and Maude E. Fox, 27, native
" of California and resident of Pomona.
FURZE-WELLS— Edwin Furze. 35, na-
' tlve of England and resident of Los
Angeles, and Imogens D. Wells, 28, na-
tive of Texan and resident of Los An-
MOORE-CURTIB— F. B. Moore, 23, native
of lowa and resident of Long Beach,
nnd Anna M. Curtis, 21, native of
Maine and resident of Long Beach.
LENOX-CUNDALL— J. W. Lenox, 60.
natlvs of Illinois and resident of Los
Angeles, and Helen F. Ctindall, 47, na-
tive of New York and resident of Los
ABI LA-PETERS— Anastnclo A. Abila, 44.
native of California and resident of Los
Angeles, and Mabel A. Peters, 30, native
of California and resident of Los An-
BECK-PEALE— Henry Beck, 23. native
of Russia and resident of Los Angelrs,
■ 'and Leah Peale, 23, native of Russia
and resident of Los Angeles.
FIELDS-ROOKARD— J. B. Fields, 25, na-
' tive of Minnesota and resident of Los
Angeles, and Martha A. Rookard, 19,
native of Missouri and resident of Los
ANDERSON-PRINCE— Jacob I. Ander-
son, 23, native of Illinois and resident
of Los Angeles, and Alice P. Prince, 23,
native of Ohio and resident of Los An-
B&UMBERG-TYANSKY— Abe Blumberg,
21, native of Russia and resident of Los
Angeles, and Jennie Tyansky, 18, native
of Russia and resident of Los Angeles.
DOUTHIT-FLOWERS— H. H. Douthit,
30. native of Missouri and resident of
Los Angeles, and Myrtlo Flowers. 21,
native of Tennessee and resident of
MORLEY-SCHTJELE— Edward J. Mor-
ley, 30, native of Indiana and resident
,of Los Angeles, and Martha E. G.
Schuele, 19, native of Illinois and resi-
. ■ dent of Lob Angeles.
HORAN-LANSING-John Horan, 27, na-
■ tlve of lowa and resident of Long
Beach, and Lou Lansing. 25. native of
Indiana and resident of Long Beach.
MARENO-BLANCO— M. R. Mareno, 40,
■ native of California and resident- of Los
Angeles, and Maria Blanco, 36. native
of Mexico and resident -of Los Angeles.
LAWRENCE-MEYER— R. B. Lawrence,
•23, native of lowa and resident of Los
Angeles, and Bertha M. Meyer, 20, na-
tive of Missouri and resident of Los
TAYLOR-BAIRD-H. H. Taylor, 23, na-
tive of Illinois and resident of Los -An-
geles, and Louise M. Balrd, 23, native of
Illinois and resident of Mattoon.
ARONADE-BERGGRAM— F. E. Aronado.
31. native of France and resident of Los
Angeles, and Ebba Berggram, 24, na-
tive of Sweden and resident of Los An-
MALONE-PARKER— D. R. Malone, 46,
native of Kentucky and resident of
Pcmona, and Sarah J. Parker, 49, na-
tivo of England and resident of Po-
GRINNELL-JOHNSON— S. L. • Grinnell,
,"■ 36, native of Pennsylvania and resi-
dent of San Diego, and . Minnie John-
• . son. 23, native of Sweden and resident
of San Diego.
PALOPOX— Maria M de, California hos-
pital, gall stone, August 5, aged 35
LEVIN — Jacob, 642 Banning street, gun-
shot wound, suicide, August 7, aged 25
. GILMORE— A. J., 1100 Mlsson Road, pul-
monary tuberculosis, August 7, aged 50
DEVON— Riquflra, Children's hospital,
pulmonary tuberculosis, August 2, aged
CORRALIS^ — Jesus, ChatswortTi . Park,
gunshot, August 5, aged 33 years.
Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and em-
palmers; lady assistant. 433 & Hill. Te>.
BRESEE BROS. CO. T KSFSr
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
L»«y AMUcant Attend* . 1 |\I)FRT AKFRS
LadiCT and ChUdran. UIWLI\ IfllM-HO
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
Funeral directory 110412 8. Flower street
Our lady undertaker, Mlu Elizabeth Thompson.
In attendance for women and children day or
night Phone Main 1827; Home «7.
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
tMIKKTAKIiIW, have removed to lu:n Ho.
Orand At*. Phonei — Main 401: Horn. 401
DUTZLER— August 5, Edwin Dutzler, a
I native of Austria, aged 26 years. Fun-
eral today at 2:30 p. m., from the fun-
eral parlors of Cunningham & O'Con-
nor, 1031 South Grand avenue. Services
at Cathedral of St. Viblana at 3 p. m.
Members of Bartenders' International
league, local No. 254, requested to at-
tend. Interment Calvary. .
BELL-AAlexander Thomas, August 7, 1005,
at his late residence, 701 West Thirty-
eighth street, aged 80 years 6 months
Funeral from residence, Wednesday,
August 9, 2 p. m. Friends Invited.
Mlllersburg (Ohio> papprs please cony.
Wilson, James M., killed between Mey-
ers and Big Horn, Montana, July 26, 05.
He was buried at the Odd Fellows' cem-
etery, August 3, 1905, In Los Angeles. Hts
remains were brought here by S. E.
Burns, his brother-in-law. His two sis-
ters accompanied the remains as far as
Portland, but on account of grief could
not continue tholr journey. The funeral
was held at 1615 Michigan avenue, at the
home of his wife's mother and sister, at
2:30 p. m. Pastor Sterling of the Methodlßt
Episcopal church officiated. Mr. Wilson
being a locomotive engineer and also a
member of the Odd Fellows, both orders
held their impressive services jointly.
At the funeral service in the home "Near-
er My God, to Thee" and "Bafe in the
Arms of Jesus" were sung very beauti-
fully. The floral offerings of the many
friends were most beautiful tokens of
lova and remembrance. The railroad boys
of the Santa Fe and Salt Lake gave a
very beautiful engine made of carnations,
bearing the number "178," the number of
the engine which carried the deceased to
his long resting place. A broken wheel,
also made of carnations, was presented
by bis many friends at the Mount Pluus-
ant hotel, all of whose love and esteem
the deceased had won by his sunny dis-
position and noble character. Mr. Wilson
came to San Diego, California, last winter
on account of 111 health* of his wife and
little daughter. His little daughter died
in April at San Diego, and his wife came
to Loa Angeles for complete recovery.
Mr. Wilson, regaining his health, re.
turned to his work on the Northern Pa-
cllic, where he had been a trustworthy
engineer for twenty-three years. Ills
friends and associates in the railroad
work on the Northern Pacinc all loved
htm and the terrible blow will long be
remembered in railroad circles of the
Northern Pacific. The deceased leaves a
wife, three slaters and three brothers to
mourn bis death.
Pioneers attention— The Pioneers of Los
Angeles are requested to attend the fun-
eral of our deceaited Pioneer brother, Al-
exander T. Bull, from his late residence,
70l West Thirty-eighth street, Wednesday,
August 9, at 2 p. m. Funeral • car pro-
M. JT, QUINN,
J. M- CUINN. President.
that money stay
of It Into
within alx monthaT
If yon will come to
my office today or
I will tell
yon how yon
can do this.
Lo Lo Hafle
318-10 Pacific Electric nodding,
Corner Sixth and Main Street.
EUREKA REALTY & INVESTMENT
We have an opening for a business
We have laundry, oil and bakery
We have lots and houses for sale and
We have cigar and fruit stands. .
We have meat markets and grocery
Lodging houses, hotels and restau-
Come and see us and we will fix you
ROOM 233, COPP BLDO.,
218 S. Broadway.
Cigar stand; fine location; doing
fine business; five years' lease; cheap
rent Come right in and see me about
cooper A cirnnniiACK.
>j 818 South Itronilwny. lloum 237.
A FIRST-CLASS GENTS' FURNISHING
Goods store cheap for cash; doing good
EUREKA REALTY & INVESTMENT
Rooms 234-5, Copp Building.
FOR SALE— SUBURBAN OROCERY.
Located in thriving town, doing large
cash business. Good stock. Only $3000;
might consider large or small exchange
on the same.
SMITH & ASTON, 226 Laughlin Bldg.
FOR SALE — A FAMILY GROCKRY. A
nice clean stock of groceries and a
nice trade already established.
Owner leaving city and must sacri-
BROWN A WOODS. 317 Fay.
FOR SALE— COMPLETE ABSTRACT
of title plant in one of the leading coun-
ty seat towns In Southern California.
Address B. Herald office.
* ' WANTED
HUMMEL BROS. & CO..
A strictly nr&t-class, reliable agency.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
UG-118 East Second street.
Between Main and Los Angeles sts.
Largest and best equipped offices on
the Pacific coast.
HUMMEL BROS & CO..
116 and 118 K. 2d St
Telephones— Main 509
First-class ' newspaper aollcltors.
Apply at circulating department be-
tween 7:30 and 8 a. m. and 4t30 and
LOS ANGELES HERALD.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED RAILROAD
telegraph operators. State age and
previous employment. Address BOX
429, Herald office.
WANTED — EXPERIENCED TELE-
graph operators. Address BOX 434,
. Herald office.
MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGES IN ALL
leading cities. 113-115 E. 2d St.. L. A.
We have a clent who will pay 8 per
cent per annum for two years' loan of
$900 on brand new five-room modern
cottage worth $2000. No commissions
HULBURT ADV. CO.,
Suite 909 Braly.
WANTED, MONEY-S2BOO AT 7 PER
cent on new 8-room house, thoroughly
built, hardwood floors, insurance $3000
W N. HOLWAY, 211 Grant Bldg. Home
1D39; Main 4570.
WANTED — $000, DlOOO, 81100, $1200,
$13KO, 91350 on city houses. Will pay
seven per cent net.
O. Hi JONES, room 220, 218 South
WANTED— A 12 OR 15-ROOM HOUSE;
close in; unfurnished. (See
EUREKA REALTY & INVESTMENT
Copp Bldg. 218 So. Broadway.
Real Estate •
——OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE— -
—DO A RENTAL BUSINESS—
—IP YOU WANT A TENANT
—LIST YOUR PROPERTY
MINKS A PARISH,
815 SOUTH HILL STREET.
" MADE FAMOUS
by giving best values in United States.
76-lnch natural burlap 20c, 40-inch dyed
20c, Just the thing between chair rail;
26-inch dyed 15c. Our burlaps are heavy
and can be pasted; best paint $1.60 gal-
lon, molding 2c foot, slightly damaged
. window shades 25c, painting and glazing.
WALTER BROS.. 627 S. Spring.
WANTED-DEALERS AND PAPER-
hangers to write for sample books of
wall paper, paints, etc. WALTEU
BROS.. 627 South Spring.
To Purchase— Real Estate
WANTED— — — — — —
Property between Figueroa and Main,
north of Pico, suitable for fiats or
Also, well located vacant lots for res-
idence that can be had at a bargain for
J. A. MORLAN& CO.,
* 203 and S!O3 Fay Bldg.
To Purchase— Miscellaneous
WANTED-TO BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. We pay 1-8 more th«n
others. COLYEAR'S. &2-24 8. Main.
Phones: Main 1117: Home 21M.
«;oi,iu hi n wiLDuonse
BUY treanury «to«k NOW.
Work progressing rapidly.
Tunnel uuU shaft.
Write or cull.
VAAOA »IIM;s PROMOTION CO., .
aia-213 u. xv, lLiimuu uuiiduc.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, .1905.
, FOR RENT
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THB
. best place In Los Angeles to room
itnd board, call at 305 8. Bunker Hill;
highest elevation in city; a nice, quiet
home, newly furnished and horn*
cooking. Take Angel's Flight, then
so two btocks west Rates low for
$16— THRF-B ROOMS, COMPLRTKLY
■furnished; new; housekeeping : in
new building. »18 N. FREMONT.
TO LET-MODERN FLATS-Water Free.
$10 — 8 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
I 12— 8 rooms, 211 N. Fremont
$12 — 8 rooms. 834 8. Figueroa,
$14—3 rooms, 834 8. Figueroa, furnished.
$16 — 6 rooms, 1013 W. Diamond.
$16-6 rooms, 1016 W. Ist. :
$16—4 rooms, 912 W. Ist.
116— S rooms, 204 N. Fremont, furnished.
$18—3 rooms, 218 N. Fremont, furnished.
WIESRNDANOKR, 221 Laughlln Bid. .
FOR $14 YOU CAN RENT THREE
rooms, completely furnished, new, ele-
gant; housekeeping; gas range, bath,
telephone, hot water; close in. 834
SOUTH FIOUEROA. $10 unfurnished;
also 204 NORTH FREMONT. $10 unfur-
Saleswomen and Solicitors
SALESMEN—FOR THE " BEST~"aCcT-
dent and health insurance In the world;
stock company; cash capital and In-
surance deposits of $250,000; $1000 policy
costs $2 a year; $100 emergency benefit,
accidents of any kind; handsome black
seal grain pocket case given free with
pach policy; good salesment are making
$100 per week. If you want to get in
write today for exclusive lenewal con-
tract with liberal commission. GER-
MAN REGISTRY CO., 211 J^orth Sev-
enth St.. St. Louis, Mo. '
Massage, electric, tub, vapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, - scalp
treatment, facial massage. 2JSH w.
Flist. Home 8809.
baths and. massage .
have'~y6u had.^an electric
shampoo? It is the latest. Face mas-
sage, «calp treatment and manicuring.
Select patronage. PARISIAN TOILET
PARLORS, 73.' West 7th St.
VAfOR^AND SPRAY BATHS. MAS-
sage and electricity; experienced op-
erators. 618% SOUTH SPRINO ST..
rooms 6. 7 and 8. Hours from 9 to 11.
SCIENTIFIC AND~ MAGNETIC MAS-
sage, tub baths, alcohol rub and .salt
glow. From 9 a. m. to 12 p. m. Room 10,
U9V4 S. BROADWAY.
BATH PARLORS-REMOVED FROM £12
S. Broadway to 7fl) S. Broadway, cot-
tage in rear. Call and try my new
WHEN YOU WISH A FIRST-CLASS,
thorough treatment, call at '£10 FRANK-
LIN ST.. Room 6. One treatment as-
sures another. : ;
VAPOR~AND TUB BATHS. MASSAG E
and electric treatments. Room 225. 702
SOUTH SPRINU STREET. Telephone.
Main 592. •
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS-NO SUN*,
day treatment; office hours, 9to 9. 223
W. SECOND ST., Rooms 213-215. Homo
321 SOUTH HILI,-VAPOR AND TUB
baths, massage for colds, rheumatism,
nervousness.^ Open every day. Room 9.
BATHS-TUB AND VAPOR, MASSAGE,
moved from G54 S. Los Angeles stree'. to
445% S. SPRING ST., room 6.
FOR»A GOOD TUB OR VAPOR BATH
and massage go to 738V4 • SO. GRAND
AVE. Phone 6G60.
ELITE BATH PARLORS— NEWLY
opened under new management. 127
East Second street. . . ,
NEWLY OPENED FACE MASSAGE
and manicuring parlors. Rooms 1, 2, 3,
127 EAST 2D ST.
SULPHUME VAPOR BATHS. MAS-
sage and chiropody. 701>£ S. Broadway.
MASSAGE AND MANICURING— ROOM
W,~ 220 Franklin street. The Empire.
SOUTHERN BATH PARLORS, 444
SOUTH SPRING. Suites 1 and 2.
FOR RENT— BATH AND MASSAGE
parlor. 610^ 8. SPRING ST.
DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCES3-
tully 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. 204 MER-
CANTILE PLACE, over 543 S. Spring.
CANCER CURBD-MRS. 8. 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-
lng confinement; homes for children.
DR. C. K. SMITH. 727 Bellevue ave.
Tel. Main 2364. • . - ■
JULIAN MACRAE, I ELECTRICIAN-
Mental and nervous diseases. 1030 S.
HOPE. Home 4004.
DR. TAYLOR-FEMALE CPECIALIiT
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATEH,
Slightly damaged shades, 25 cents.
Our burlaps are heavier than others
and can be pasted; 76 Inches (not Ti)
natural, 20 cents; 36 inches dyed, 15
cents; 40 inches dyed, 20 cents; just the
thing for between chair rails. Molding
Best paint. $1.50 per gallon.
Big reduction in wall paper. -
Try our ! enamels— they make things
shine like a mirror.
Glazing and painting.
627 South Spring St.
PIONEER CARPET CLEANING
works— Tel. Mala 217; Home 217. 756 &
OLIVE. Upholstering and carpet cle&n-
80. CAL. TRANSFER CO.— TRUNK3,
25c and up; general dray age. Tels Main
8486; Home 2184. 817 W. SECOND ST.
FOB A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGB
IS OUR FIGURE.
Anything else you want at the
same proportion. Let us have a chance
to figure on your house. We will fur-
nish your plans and make a house that
will suit you. We are pleased to refer
to any one for whom we have bullded,
for we leave them our friends. We can
furnish you the money If you wish.
Drop in and talk it over with us.
INGLEHART BUILDING CO.,
Home Phone 7666. 713 S. Broadway. '
PALMIBTB AND MEDIUMS
ness medium, gives readings daily; test
circles Tue., Thur. evenings at 8 o'clock;
25c. Room 16, 119V4 B. Hi'UINU BT.
MRS. PARKER, PALMIST .tND CLAIR.
voyant. 4W4 H. BPRINU ST.. room 8.
with center guide, causing perfect align-
ment and beautiful work. Yost uaera
find no ribbon saves money. "Light run-
ning," durable. YOST OFFICK, 138 8.
Planoa ■ rented at low rates. A. D.
GARDNER PIANO UOUUU. Ltd., lit
Winston st, Fbon* Black 2221; Horn*
Uuouo 9i3i ■ •
You'll Find Many Good
Things in The Herald
MONEY TO LOAN
1 HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL
KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN SUMS
TO SUIT AT CURRENT RATEB.
JAMES B. THRELKELD.
201 FAY BLDO., 32« W. THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN 303.
NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER.
MONBIY 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. BTATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCI-
ATION. 107 South Broadway.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANEDTO
salaried persons on note, witnout se-
curity, without employers knowledge
1 and without indorsers; easy payments;
positively lowest rates. Hours. 10:30 to
6:30. COMMERCIAL :JiaCJOUNT CO..
628 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
ANY AMOUNT ON FURNITURE,
pianos, household goods, machlnnry,
otc. If stored in our new lireproof ware-
house. Office V!i S. Main. CO LYE A R
WAREHOUSE CO.. Phone Main 1117.
Home 2154. ,
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPI.K
and others without security; nasy pay-
ments. Largest business In 50 principal
cities. - TOLMAN. Room 430 ■ Mason
Bids., cor. 4th and Jlroadway.
MONEY TO LOAN— THOMAS S. WADS'
WORTH. 319 and Stf) Douglas building
will lend inoruy on city or, county rent
, estate. ■ '
R. \V. POUVDEXTUIt. 401» WII.COX
IllilK-t loam money on rvnl cxtutr,
sticks >m<l bonds. Building loans a
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
PA TK NTS ~6BTA IN ED I N " A lX " CO UN -
! tries: trademarks and copyrights regis-
tered; palenl. trndemark and copyright
suits in all courts ROOMS 504-7. Mer-
. chants' Trust Company building. Tele-
phones. Home Kl9l. Sunset Main 9129. .
HAZARD A HARPHAM. PATENTS,
Pioneers SPRINC AND FIFTH Pat-
suhitkma*n"" uental , :o', . ■■" " ' "
I 107 N. Spring St.— i'almeaa .-xtractitiq
tilling, crown and bridgo -work. 1 llexibls.
. rubber ' plates. Pure gold nllings. 75c
up; all othtr linings. 50c up; cleaning
teeth, 50c up: gold crowns urn I bridse
work. $2.50 up; sets teeth. $2.50 up. Also
open evenings and Sunday forenoons.
FRANK ' ST'KVENaT K4^ O SPrTng
MAKKIAUK LAWS A oPECIALTtf. NO
fee without success. Q. W. COOK. 621
Stimson Block. 3d and Spring. Phona
6718 Open evenings. .
DIVORCE LAWS-ADVICE FREE:' NO
fee without success; private. J. H
SMITH. 122 W. Third St.. Room 106. 2
to 5 p m. '
Wilcox Building, deals in bonds, mort-
gages and other first-class securities.
Loans negotiated at lowest market
rates. If you. wish to lend money on
(list mortgages, 1 can place it for you
safely and at a fair late of interest.
Reference: First National Bank. Los
Angeles National Bank.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
. Fire Proof. 415-19 San Pedro St.
Open storage or separate iron rooms.
Moving and packing reasonable rates.
Cash advanced on storage.
Main Of flee, 322 S. MAIN.
Phonos — Main 1117: Home 21 R*.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST~BOYS~«5.00 IN SMALL CHANGE
. will be thrown Into the plunge at
Dlmlnl Saturday, August 12. Plunge
FOR SALE —
THIRD AVENUE— NO. 160.
OUT WEST ADAMS.
New, modern, six-room, story-and-
a-half house. This is in a nice neigh-
borhood and an ideal location; con-
venient to two car lines.' "We would
. be glad to take you to see this house
at your earliest convenience.
It. A. BURTON REALTY CO.,
416-418 Laughlln BulldlnK.
Phonea — Home 7837| Main 4714.
FOR SALE— A SNAPI !
We will build you a neat 6-room cot-
tage or bungalow, with the beat por-
celain plumbing, tinted walls, pol-
ished floors, china closet, ' cement
walks and lighting fixtures for
ONLY $1000— CASH OR INSTALL-
WHITING, THOMPSON & CO..
Home phone 1075. 836 Byrne Bldg.
$100 cash, balance at $50 a month with-
out Interest, 6-room cottage, within
walking distance; price $2400; mortgage
$1600 at 7 per cent
$42S cash, balance $10 month, S-room
California house, lot 55x175. for $850;
It. B. IBBETSON & CO..
Home 2410. 316 Trust BIJg.
NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE, COVE CElL-
lngs, reception hall, bath, china closet,
mantel, large pantry and screen porch.
You can select your own paint, wall
tints and mantel. Lot 50x150. This place
is well located and has good car service.
I'ilce $2350, $500 cash.
B. O. DEVKNS,
227 Laughlin Bldg., 815 8. Broadway.
42D STREET NEAR BAN PEDRO
. $2400 $2400.
New 6-room modern cottage, cove
ceilings tinted walls, porcelain bath and
toilet; front and back porch. Terms
$350 cash, balance $25 month.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO..
. . -218 West Third Bt,
FOR SALE— ~"
$8650— Fine, home, close to .Wash-
ington and> Oak street; value* are
climbing In this locality.
CM. GEOKGH X CO.,
Housm j - '■*» n ■
IS THE PROPKRTY THAT BELLB.
Al to tho style of building best suited
to your locality.
we put up a handsome, styllnh resi-
dence, flat or Apartment house, which Is
a source of pride to yourself and to us.
, We guarantee you a tenant,
If you wish to lease.
Find you a customer,
I If you want to seil.
Loan you tho money to build with
If you doslra it.
OUR WORK IS OUR PRIDB.
And well-known men of prominence
In our city for whom we have built nn
only too glad to tell you' our hotia*s
•re marvels of beauty, durability and
If you Intend building an apartment
house ntcp n round and see
THB KKNWOOD, 843 SnntM St.,
The Jacklns Apartment, southwest Cor-
ner 2d and Olive sts.
Call nnd see our cottage plans. We
ere sure there nrc conveniences de-
signed In them of which you are prob-
ably In Ignorance now. > • • ■
R. N. LAMUKUTH A CO..
General liulldlng Contractors,
Suite 414 Itnilv Bids.
Phones: Home 2K2D, Main 2223.
Sell ' :
Country Property, . :.
nt . ■■• ' . »
504 Mason nuU<tln K .
Fourth >i ml Drondnny. . ' '
Phone Home 01)21. ' '
At n Misrrliiif.
We have held this nt $2700, but we
must sell, and offer this property for
a few days only at $2400. In ■ the
fashlonablo southwest, on Hoover St.
! -713 8. PADWAY3 i
HOME PH0NE, 7566; -'■•■
FOR SALE— I ~~- ~^~
3-room California cottngo. lot 55x175.
Price $850; $425 cash, bal. fIJ a month.
6-room house, walking distance. Prico
tHOO; mortgage $1500 at 7 .per cent; bal-
ance $ICO rash and $-0 a month, no in-
5-room modern cottage, ■' close 'to
Washington and Central ' ave. ,Prlc&
$;C5O; $300 cash, balance $-0 a month. ,
B-room cottage, Central ave.. and Pico;
lot 4(1x165 to alley. Only $5000. A snap.
■ R. E. IBBETSON & CO..
Main 2212. • 316 Trust Building. "
FOR SALK— ~ ~ "• ~ '■ ■'
HIGHLAND PARK. - •■■'■"*
' $33(10 . • .- :- . • ..' $3300 -.
Very attractive an'l modern ,G-room
cottage; mantel and fireplace: ". cove
ceilings, hand decoratefl. porcelain bath
and toilet; gas and electric light; inst.
. heater; large front and back porch;
lawn,'] Rowers and barn. Lot E0x134 . to
alley. This -is a 1 very great bargain:
cars run by house. Terms $.710 cash. and
balance. $2T> month, including interest
JONES & 'RYDER LAND. CO.. '
■ ; »..,.- -. -.218 West Third- St. ■
FINK NEW COTTAGE-^ 1 •. : ■ ~~Z
S.::to(i — Located in that fine south-
west district : six-room cottage, never
occupied; back porch arid columns
across the whole front; front rooms
in dark finish; bedrooms and bath in
white enamel; flue electric fixtures;
brick fireplace; built-in buffet: lawn,
walks, lot. fenced; everything com-
plete. Terms,, $500 cash and $2t)'per
month. 1 .. '. * . ' '"'
NREDHAII A MrGREGOR, ■- •
303-4 Fay Bldg.. Cor. Third and Hill.'.
FOR SALE— ! ~~~ T. -'= .
$1550 '«■•;•" $1550 '
BOYLE HEIGHTS. .• •. ' •' ')
5-room cottage near cars, on very
high ground; nice lawn and . flowers;
fenced ■ lot 50x132; very- cosy home.
Terms $150 cash, balance to suit. Ex-
clusive agents. •'-...,(
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.. ■ '
218 West Third St.
FOR SALE— HOUSES. '
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,.
326 Douglas Building. •
Sunset, Black 3991. . Home 3774.
6-room, 2-story modern artistic and
I up-to-date, near new car line. $2000 is
a low price for it and it can be bought
on easy terms. Until hew car' line is
finished take Maple ave. car to 53d—
one short block to our branch office, 53d
and Main. - • ■ .
the McCarthy company,
203 N. Broadway.
FOR SALK— I
If there is. a good buy in Los Angeles
here Is one. If you are looking for a
\ snap and want a good cheap home come
and see us. Lot 50x150; price, $4250; easy
FINLEY & NORRIS,
Ground floor. 341 8. Hill.
FOR SALE — FOR ; "
830 CASH DOWN,
Balance monthly payments, new flve-
' and six-room houses on East Adams,
Long Beach ave.. Court, East 47th and
Alvadaro street. • .V
O. H. JONES, room 220, 218 South
FOR SALE — NEW, MODERN, ' FlVE-
room bungalow in Victor Hall tract,
on lot 50x148 to alley. Only $3000.
Positively a bargain for: someone.
See ' ' •'• v- ■' •
J. 8. COTTON A CO., .
341 South Hill Street.
FOUR - ROOM CALIFORNIA « HOUSE;
lot 40x135; price $750; $50 cash, bal-
ance $10 a month at 6 per cent.
C. 11. (iKOItfiK A CO., —
045 South KprlnK Street.
FOR SALE-A SNAP: 6 LARGE ROOM
cottage on SOth St., close to Maple ave.;
lot 60x130; arranged for two families;
price only $2300; best of terms. - -
COOPER & CUDDEBACK.
. 218 South Broadway. Room 237.-
FOR SALB-HOUBES. BUILT ON BABY
terras. Oet my prices; plann free. . '
W. W. ALDERSON. ••,•.!
Contractor and Builder,
4vu llradbury Bldg.
City Lots arid Lands ,
EVERYBODY SAYS SO. '- '
Get ready for It.'
THE] BIUGBST RUAL KSTATI3 '
.. movement in the history of ,
: the city.
The wise man buys now and
- reaps the harvest this fall, '.
offers the cheapest lots on
- the market. «... ...
' NEAR lIUNTING'I'ON OAR 'SHOPS I
At Fifty-fourth and South Park. ,
< «375 TO 8500.
See us at once. .
.W. v. 'iiiokm; a CO., ' ■
Room 311, 218 South Broadway.-
Home 1684. . v^.'. ■>'
$8000-*lxl3o *ON W. 15TH BKTWKEN
, Main ami Hill tttv. A tmap for quick
gale. We are sole agouta. ■ ';,>,;■
(29-531 Laußtillu Building. '
,s^..^ w - -9- R - SAL . E - - J^r^'
' ' City Lota and Landt
814 O. T. JOHNSON BUILDING*
PLAYA DIM, nuv,
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FOR YOU NOW.
A SNAP AT
A nine-room and basement,- two
story, modern house, Just com-
pleted; lot 75x140; above sea
level 430 feet; two blocks north
of the Prospect avenue car line
and sixty feet above.lt. Has
unobstructed view of Los An-
geles, Cahuenga Valley and the ■
ocean.' One of the finest loca-
tions in this beautiful city. -
Come and. see a bargain.
ONLY A HINT
1 ' ..." FOR ' ' ' ."
" THOSE WHO
HOW TO ACT
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314 O.T. dOHNSCr BUILDING
HOME 4996 fIED 8291
City Lett and Land*
436 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
PHONES— SUNSET 6446
CUT THIS OUT.
PRESERVE FOR REFERENCE. ' 4
HOUSES FOR SALB.
ai?,oo0 — Bachelor's Roost, Colegrovs
' car line, furnished; a beautiful
•18.000— 10-room house, W. 80th St.;
lot 100x150 to alley; barn.
•10,000— 10-room house, St. Andrews
Place; lot 74x178.
•8500— 9-room house, furnished; barn;
S. Flower St.; lot 60x145.
•8000— Four B-room houses, Workman
St., between 26th and 27th ave-
•7000— 9-room house, Westlake; lot
•6T>O0 — 10-room house, Wilton Place.
MOM — 9-room bungalow, W. 29th st.
•0000— 10-room house, barn, W. 31st
. st.; lot 60x145. ' '
•0000— 8-room house, Orange st.; loc.
■.-,600— 8-room house, Kenwood st.
•4050— 8-room bungalow, barn, B.
29th St.: lot 60x125.
940SO — 8-room bungalow, E. 29th St., '
■ near Main; barn. ■ . ■ .',
■4100 — 7-room house, Pico St., near '
•3800— 6-room house, Towne ave. I ,
■3500— 5-room house, Rogers ave.,
•3450 — 8-room house, Arlington St..
•3250 — 8-room house, Rogers avo..
•3300— 8-room house, Arlington st,.
•3100 — 6-room bungalow. Fedora St.,
near Pico. ■•: ("ropi mf;
•3100 — 5-room bungalow, W. 30th St.
•3000 — 5-room house, furnished, • W.
Ist, near Belmont ave. • '
•3000— 6-room house, Sutherland st.
•2050 — 6-room house. Fedora St., near I
•2600 — 6-room bungalow, Vernoa ave.,
near Figueroa. ■
•2300 — 6-room house, E. 33d St., near
Central ave. , i r
•6700— Corner lot, large store, .meat .
market, living rooms
head, on Hoover car line. , ' .
•2400 — 5-room cottage, new and mod- !
em, with small 4-room house
in rear. .'/.■' -.-;.•
•5250 — 8-room, 2-story house on Or-
•1500 — 4-room house near Main St.- ■■•■.-,
•8500 — 8-room, 2-story,-, new. house, j
Hollywood; this of extra fine -\
workmanship, v modern I and .
finely finished; large lot: .:'j: -;
S2.VM — 7-room house, Stanislaus st'::. i
•2400 — 6-room house, Fedora St., near
PICO St. ■ \ ' > ■ '■■■■•■ . " ;
•2400 — 6-room house, EL 36th st, near K
Central ave. ■■ ■. •■■•:■:
. 52400 — 6-room house, E.'Slst st, near
Maple ave. , >■ ,
. S2OO0 — 6-room house, E. 29th st, near
San Pedro. . . •
•1600 — 4-room bungalow,- Stanis-
» . . laus st. ... -.;-.>.
•1500 — 5-room house, Cortez st; near
Belmont ave. . -'.. :--•■
GET OUR PniCES BEFORE BUYING.
LIST WITH US; . , ■•
FOR SALE- ...••.!•:■:
Perhaps you know that lots north and -
west of Westlake Park are selling, for
$30 to $100 per front foot A few years"
ago you could have bought this class of
property for a fraction of the price to- .'
day and development - has .only com- j .
menced. Lots X sold a few years ago for
(250 are selling today for $SOO and . »90il.
• buy Northwest. ■
Now is the time to get in. "I can sell
you lots directly In -line of the devel-
opment from westlake Park toward
Hollywood for only i ..
. • J350.00. .•■ t:
No lot' less than 50x146 feet 'and on \
Improved streets, • with teem«nt curbs.-":
sidewalks and building restrictions.
Terms: »25.00 cash, balance JIO.CO
monthly. " . : ■ \- ■ ■
Get in before the big advance in value 1 ,
that is sure to come' this I fall. • Post .
yourself .on this property. Take , th»
Colegrov* car to our branch office, cor. -
Western avenue and the car line, and
we will be glad to show you the deval-
opment of this section. > ' ■
•'.•:■,-•• CHAS. a MANN, r
Homer phone 4171. . SIS W. Fourth st
FOR SALE— LOTS.
40x130 on Klwood street, near
Ninth: only $900. ■ ■■■
Southeast corner Thirty-ninthi and .
Halldale, $600. • .■ ■.. ■■■*>■■ .
60x140 on Union avenue, $2500.
• 40x135 between Eighth and Ninth;
close in; snap at $2800. , <i ■•-.
Three lots on Hope, $1400 each. -
Two . corner lots on Hope, >
Lot on San Julian, near I Thirty- £3
sixth street, $675. .\s?
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■ I HALE RBAIiTT AND IN- I i, -V : z!-
VESTMENT CO., '
818-319 Pacific Electric Bldg. rr : -
. I Sixth and Main. I ,' .
O ; — T° V)f Uf
FIFTY-FOURTH" - STREET ACROSS
town— Opening prices of lots, I Fifty- y
fourth street extension. We .have all.-'-'
tho cream. -Why take skimmed milk? ''■'
For every subdivision of the McCarthy
Company there is a good -reason. Re- •■
member ) this. Follow ■ the -signs : for ■
homes, profit and Investment. . The.Mci
Carthy Company. Main office . In our> ,
own building, 203 North ■Broadway.'; .
Branch offices: Fifty-third and Main
(until Moneta avenue car ,is . running, i
take - Maple -avenue car 'to Fifty-third
street— one short block- west). Fifty- r>
seventh and '- Figueroa, and another '■
branch at Fiftieth and Moneta avenue. ■ ',
Redondo ' (Qardena) car to Slaueon '
avenue, or we -will take you over from u
our Fifty-third and Main street office..-
WESTLfIKE WESTLftKE -
: ■ . '■■ . «3550. ■'• . V. 1 ;- ; "'"-;"" ;
' Seven-room house, five-room cot- ":
tage and barn, on lot 60x150 to
alley; 824 and 826 Orand View. A
snap. Don't disturb tenants, ■ but '
come to office and we will show
the property. . , - . •
Sole Agent, : .
315-516 O. T. Johnson Building.. - ;'.
FOR SALE— ' '
- «t MAIN STREET. • I
East-front lot near by, 60 feet wide
and over 150 feet deep, near Adams:
only $140 a front foot; will sell for'
$200 inside of six months.' •■
■ LESS THAN $400 A FOOT. : . ■'■■! '-
Near Pico: 165 feet deep; alley; old
improvements rent for $30 per month.
W. H. OBEAR. 402 Johnson Building.' ■;;
LARGE. LBVEL S# LOT. 60X184.
IN TUB UOUTUWBST. i «■-,
ON TWO fIAII I.INBB.
IMPROVED WITH FOUR-FOOT
CEMENT WALK, CEMENT CURB.
AND ALL STREET IMPROVE-
MENTS PAID FOR. •' ;
ONLY $276.% ON EASY TERMS IF
KMIL KIKTH (OWNER),
. 411-117 IiAIUJHI.IN BUILDING,
316 SOUTH BROADWAY.
CORNER. 96x136, ON NEW CAR LINE-'
A great buy. Bee BURRITT, 60th and .
Mon«U. Phono ■ Horn* 29171. *