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IN LOS ANGELES
PERMITS FOR AUGUST SHOW
HANDSOME HOMES MULTIPLY
Store Buildings, Commodious Resl.
dences and New Dwellings for
i, Rent Keep Arohltects and
The month of August promises to be
another summer month rerorrt- breaker
In the line of Improvements. July was
a food month, but August may excel
Irt total value of structures erected.
With the clo*« of business Saturday
noon the total number of permit*
granted for twelve dayi wan 318, call
ing for Improvement! aggregating
$538,821 In value. At this rate It Ib ex
pected that the value of the improve
ments for the entire month will reach
Building for August
The steady expansion of the city
thus far for the month of August Is
shdwn by the following official tabula
Four-story brick hldg 1 $13,856
Thrrp-story brick bldg 3 51,440
Two-story brick bldg 3 26,200
Two-story brlrk bldg 1 12,000
Two-story frame bldg 40 128.S50
One and half-story frame.... 10 31,325
One-story frame bldg 129 137, MS
Foundation permits 1 12,i!08
Frame flats 5 26,:W5
Bheds 35 6,081
Brick alterations 9 6,000
Frame alterations 70 27,940
Apartment and tenemonts.. 5 57.0S7
Grand total 318 $536,821
Improvements by Wards
Following Is the distribution of Im
provements by wards during the past
First ward 23 $ 10,900
Second ward 13 9,200
Third ward 9 19.539
Fourth ward ...; 22 60,005
Fifth ward 47 93,155
Sixth ward 37 35,1)05
Seventh ward 7 5,'J3G
Eighth ward 4 2,650
Ninth ward 20 13,670
Total 182 $257,:ifiO
During month of August permits 318,
Principal Building Permits
H. A. Zech, a three-story brick and
concrete extension at 426 West Seventh
street, $12,000; John P. Krempel, archi
tect; F. O. Engstrum, builder.
Rectory Chdist church, a two-story
frame, at 575 Hoover street, $8000; Aus
tin & Brown, architects; R. W. Martin,
Mrs. M. Rhodes, a two-story frame at
115 South Beaudry avenue, $2900; Mont
gomery & Straub, builders.
H. W. Whltemarsh, three-story brick
and concrete building at 417-419 West
Eighth street, $12,000; F. S. Dorn, archi
tect; R. W. Martin, builder.
E. L. Phelps, a one and one-half
story frame at 1842 West Twenty-first
street, $2500; E. L Phelps, builder.
Mary McCullough Stephens, a two
story frame at 1801 Oxford street, $3900;
D. F. Anderson, builder.
E. Saunneman, a three-story frame
at 922 Potter Park avenue, $11,400; Pitts
burg Construction Co., builders.
M. M. Brown, a one and one-half-
Btory frame at 2956 LaSalle street,
$2500; F. R. Black, builder.
Mrs. L. Kate Long, a two-story frame
at 1728 Oxford street, $3000; F. A. Stev
Poole & Jones, a two-story frame at
2726 Harvard boulevard, $2750; one
story frame at 2722 Harvard boulevard,
$2050; one-story frame at 2716 Harvard
boulevard, $1950; two-story frame at
2702 Harvard boulevard, $2500; two
story frame at 2957 Harvard boulevard,
$2750; one-story frame at 2712 Harvard
boulevard, $2400; one-story frame at 2706
Harvard boulevard, $1950; one-story
frame at 2953 Harvard boulevard, $2200;
two-story frame at 2958 Harvard boule
vard, $2450; one-story frame at 2984
Harvard boulevard $2100; one-story
frame at 2950 Harvard boulevard,
$2250; J. A. Mathls, architect; Poole &
Carmine S. Prior, a two-story frame
at 2821 South Main street, $2500; C. C.
8. 8. "Wood, a two-story frame at
8805-3807 West Thirty-eighth street,
$5100; J. A. Wlngate, builder.
Fred W. Furbeck, a one and one-half
story frame, at 1471 West Twenty-ninth
Artie Page, a two-story frame at
4919-4921 Central avenue, $3900; F. M.
Frank Henbeck, a two-story frame,
at 1220 San Pedro street, $5000; J. F.
Maurice S. Hellman, a two-story
frame, at 2226 Harvard boulevard, $20,
000; Hunt & Eager, architects; Alex.
D. Slsher, a one and one-half story
frame, at 539 Virgil avenue, $3000; Theo.
Bisen, architect; J. Preter, builder.
The Auditorium company foundations
at 425 West Fifth street, $12,208; C. F.
Whittleaey, architect; H. R. Angelo
.The McCarthy company ; report con
tinued sales along Fifty-fourth street
crosstown extension and a steady In
terest in property adjacent thereto.
Three new tracts have been recently
opened by this company adjoining its
former property ' and are being im
proved in the usual manner with
cement walks, curbs, street work, and
already several new homes and buld-
Ings have been started and other im
The : lighthouse at Corunna, Spain, Is
believed to be the oldest one now in use.
It was erected during the reign of Trajan
and rebuilt in 1631
CALIFORNIA HOME ON RAYMOND AVENUE
A. L HALEY'S RESIDENCE
Dwelling of Attractive Design Occu
* pled by an Architect In Pic
turesque Section of
A. L. Haley;', the well-known archi
tect, Is the occupant of a finely ap
pointed residence at 2730 Raymond
avenue, a dwelling that he built for a
patron and then became so well pleased
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES AT
ASSEMBLY HALL IS BEGUN
Methodists Formally Start Building
Operations of Large Religious
Structure at Seaside Camp
Meeting Grounds ..
Ground was formally broken for the
assembly hall at the Methodist camp
meeting grounds at Huntlngton Beach
yesterday afternoon. The service was
held In the mammoth tent.
Following the hymn by the choir, led
by Prof. - P. O. Gates, prayer .by Rev.
T. C. Miller and ' scripture reading by
Rev. I. Jewell, Rev. J. L. Pltner made
the introductory address, stating that
the Huntlngton . Beach company had
donated the. Camp Meeting association
thirteen acres of land and a bonus of
15000. He emphasized the fact that the
grounds and buildings would be devot
ed strictly to religious purposes, bar
ring all other organizations.
T. C. Thornton spoke In behalf of the
Huntlngton Beach company, empha
sizing the mutuality of the work of the
Camp Meeting association and the com
j Dr. F. B. Wilson, representing the
Huntlngton Beach board of trade, spoke
of the elevating influences of camp
Rev. S. A. Thomson made a humorous
address on "Glimpses of the Future.'"
Rev. G. E. Foster expressed views on
the theme of "Construction."
Rev. A. W. Adklnson displayed his
us,ual freedom of thought in his address
on "The Utility of the Camp Meeting.' 1
Rev. J. C. Elliott" dwelt on "The
Need of a Permanent Camp Meeting."
Rev. E. A. Healy spoke on "The Con
ference and the Camp Meeting."
Evangelist Bulgin gave an address
filled with humor and pathos, follow
ing which the Foster braes quartet ren
A hymn composed for the occasion
by Rev. B. C. Cory was sung to the
tune of "Old Hundred."
At the close of this portion of the
exercises Rev. J. L. Pitner headed the
line of march with the spade on his
shoulder, followed by the clergy and
the congregation, to the site of the pro
posed assembly hall, where the cere
mony of breaking ground was per
Rev. C. W. Tarr, who had charge
of the first Methodist camp meeting
held In Southern California, participat
ed in the service yesterday.
Large congregations have attended
the dally services, which will close
this evening. Evangelist Bulgin will
preach at both services.
KAIBER GIVEB RECEPTION
TO AMERICAN PROFEBBORB
By Associated Press. '•
WIL.HBLMHOHB, Prussia, Aug. 12.—
At the castle here today Emperor Wll-
Ham received Mr. Nicholas • Murray
Butler, president of the Columbia Uni
versity, New York, and Prof. Burgess,
also of that university.
Uncle Barn's oldest civilian employe
In point of service U Thomas Harrison,
accountant and correspondence clerk of
the naval observatory. For fifty-seven
years ho halt worked there, and Is an
authority on naval observatory history.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, /AUGUST 13, .1905.
with the arrangements that he bought
the place. Architect Haley contends
that his new. home is one of the best In
On the ground floor is a large living
room and hall 18x18 feet, with stair
way leading to the second story. The
living room has beamed ceiling and
hardwood floor, in addition to an ar
tistic fireplace eight feet wide and
seven feet high. At the left of the liv
ing room Is the parlor, 17x19 feet, and
between the two rooms is an archway
of paneled buttresses. Off tbe living
room hall Is the dining room, 17x19 feet,
with polished hardwood floqr, with
GEORGE CLINE SUES FORMER
ASKS FOR $20,000 JUDGMENT
Son of Constable Seeks Vindication
by Appeal to Courts In Con.
troversy With Sporting
The recent trouble between Corrstable
William H. Cline and Douglas Dawson,
manager of the Hoegee sporting
goods company, over an allegation
against the character of young George
•Cllne, former employe of Hoegee's, was
revived yesterday when John C. Clihe,
acting as guardian ad litem for George
T. Cllne, filed suit in the superior court
against the Hoegee company and oth
ers, asking for $20,000 damages for def
amation of character.
The trouble began some months ago
when George Cllne arrived in Los An
geles from Stanford university. He
was employed at Hoegee's as clerk In
the kodak department. Several weeks
afterwards he had occasion to show a
customer a dog collar. The customer
did not buy the collar but purchased
some other article.,
It was charged that young Cllne sold
the collar for $3 and kept the money.
This was indignantly, denied by the
fast from the market— those low-
priced, large-sized building lots in
our . '; :\'
They are eagerly bought up by
home-seekers and investors who
appreciate this splendid opportu-
or It will be too late. Lots from
$250 up. 125.00 down, (10.00 per
month. Free water for one year, j
Cement sidewalks laid at our ex-
pense. Visit the tract' oh Sunday.
Take E. First ' Street car to end of
line. ;. i^Xp.iy.
It. 416 Mason Bldg., 4th and Bdwy.
nhnniic Bum«t Main 4070.
i nones Homd 7793, .
neatly designed plate rail, and wooden
cornice In the angle of the celling.
At the rear of the dining room is the
den, 12x12 feet, with beam ceiling and
paneled walls, and hardwood floor.
In the dining room is a built-in buffet,
window peats, etc., with .the usual pan
tries, and a wide screen porch at the
On the, second floor are five large
chambers, each fifteen feet square, and
each provided with a bathroom 10x10
The house throughout Is provided
with all the modern conveniences, and
is located In a charming neighborhood.
young man. Following several confer
ences between Constable Cline and
Mr. Dawson, which resulted in no ad
justment of the affair, Cllne visited
Dawson at ' the store and a fight en
Cltne was given no satisfactory reply
to his demand for a letter of exonera
tion of his son and employed Attorneys
Earl Rogers and ex-Governor Gage to
file suit for damages for defamation of
the character of his son.
As young Cllne lacks one year of at
taining his majority his uncle, J. C.
Cllne, was appointed guardian ad Iltem.
In speaking of the case yesterday
Constable Cllne said: "Mr. Dawson
made the charge of dishonesty against
my son and all I. asked was an ex
™ The Beautiful *$
We know that Lots in this Famous Beach City are
being offered at tess than their intrinsic value by j
Mr. Huntington at this time. Even though there
were not miles of streets to be graded, curbed and
sidewalked at once, and a new street car line now
in process of completion in the city iof Redondo—
you know what makes value. You therefore know
Values Will Increase in Redondo
The wise man proflteth by his wisdom. Jire~ you
quite as wise as you ought to be?
Wm M 4"* V Jl jtfr§K iT* Sole Agents for
. M. Garland (§2> Co. ls?
324 Huntington Building —
planatlon. If they proved the boy
guilty It would have ended tha matter,
but they could not .prove ' him guilty
and Mr. Dawson refused to exonerate
him and I could not let the matter rest
there. They have given no attention
to my request and now t shall fight
them through the court*. 1 have filed
suit against Dawson, the two Hart
mans, the Hoegee company and two
"My son Is about to open a sporting
goods house on Third street and 1 felt
that he ought to have a clear record
before he starts In business. This
trouble has been most annoying and
I would not have taken It to the courts
If the defendants would have consented
to act right."
CLUBMAN ACQUITTED OP
BREACH OF PEACE CHARGE
By Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 12.— Wallace
Bradford, the well-known merchant
and club man, was today acquitted of
tne charge of disturbing the peace
at the recent primary election which
was preferred by Public Works Com
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PART " 111.
At $3.00 Per Acre
Will Soon Be Worth $30 Per Acre
Homeseekers and Investors
Don't fall to get In on this. It ts going quick.
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Golden State Realty Co.
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