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LOS ANGELES, Sept. 12.
Time.l Bar. | TirTß:?J3Wn][[VeJW«n^
Maximum temperature, SO.
Minimum temperature, 62.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 12-Raln i has
fallen generally in Or«on and UisMn?
ton, with thunderstorms. Light showeis
have occurred along the coast of north
ern California. Much cooler weather pre
vails over the northern half of the ra
'■Los Angeles and vicinity-Cloudy
Wednesday; fresh southwest winds.
Coast— Cloudy Wednesday; brisk west
THURSTON-ECKHART-Fred L. Thurs-
ton, aged 25, a native of Indiana and a
resident of Los Angelrs. and Grace L.
Eckhnrt, aged 22, a nativo of Missouri
and resident of Pasadena.
COOKE - CHERRINGTON — Alexander
Cooke. nged 73, R native of Ireland and
resident of Lonß Beach, anil Luclnda
Cherrlngton. afied 61, a native of Ohio
and resident ot Lonp Bench.
GROSS-ROBINSON-Neul R. Gross, aged
21. a native of Tennesee and resident of
Los Angeles, and Margaret Robinson,
aged 22, a native of Ireland and resident
of Los Angeles. „ .
aged 36. a native of Sweden and resident
of San Francisco, and Anna F. Krikson,
aged 37, a native of Sweden and resi-
dent of San Francisco.
LINK-HACKETT-Howard R. Link, aged
23, a native of Wisconsin and resident
of Hemet, and Luella Pearl Hackett,
aged 23, a native of Missouri and resi-
dent of Hemet. - T.ri.i»
WHITE-KUPFERLE-Louie J. White,
aged 30, a native of New York and resi-
dent of San Pedro, and Louise M. Kup-
ferle, aged 19, a native of Washington
and a resident of San Pedro. '
BRINIC-HIBBARD— Edwin T. Brink, aged
26, a nativo of California and resident
of Pomona, and Gertrude E. Hlbbard,
aged 26, a native of Michigan and resi-
dent of Pomona.
HAGERMAN-JOHNSON-H. W. Hager-
man. aged 38, a native of Canada and
resident of San Bernardino, and Mamie
C. Johnson, aged 37, n native of Nevada
and resident or San Hernardino. ■ -«•->
aged 27, a native of Scotland and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Maria O.
Meyer, aged 20, a native of Kansas and
resident of Los Angeles.
TRAFFORD-YORBA— Thomas Trafford,
aged 29, a native of California and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Celesta Yorba,
aged 16. a native of California and resi-
dent of Los Angeles.
SCHIRMER - JOHNSON — Raphael J.
Schirmer. aged 26, a native of Germany
and resident of Los Angoles, and Llllle
Johnson, aged 23, a native of Sweden
and resident of Los Angeles.
MICHELSON-CLARY— RaIph R. Michel-
son, aged 23, a native of California and
resident of Los Angeles, and Louise A.
Clary, aged 19, a native of Texas and
resident of Los Angeles.
BRETT-BLACKMAN— W. L. Brett, aged
32, a native of New York and resident of
Los Angeles, and Esther M. Blackman,
aged 35, a native of Ohio and resident
of Los Angeles.
BRUCE-KENNEDY— W. H. Bruce, aged
30, a native of Washington and resident
of Los Angeles, and Carrie L. Kennedy,
aged 30, a native of lowa and resident of
aged 24, a native of Italy and 1 resident of
Los Angeles, and Stella Letronlca, aged
16, a native of Pennsylvania and resi-
dent of Los Anseles.
FRICKE-DUVALL-Fred C. Frlcke. aged
25, a native of Wisconsin and resident of
Los Angeles, and Edith B. Duvall, aged
23. a native of Michigan and resident
of Los Angeles.
LA FON-FENLEY— Francis J. La Fon.
aged 21, a native of Texas and resident
of Los Angeles, and Frances E. Fen-
ley, aged 21, a native of Texas and resi-
dent of Los Anpreles.
RUNDEL-EGELHOFF— Clarence H. Run-
del, aged 32, a nativo of New York and
resident of Los Angeles, and Augusta
Egelhoff, aged 35, a native of Illinois
and resident of Los Angeles.
r . BIRTHS
PIERSON— To Francis F. and wife, Ver-
mont avenue and Monroe street, Sep-
tember 5, a daughter.
SWARTZ— To Harry A. and wife, 5913
Benner street. August Z6, a daughter.
REYNOLDS— To Robert W, and wife,
2R25 Michigan avenue, September 3, a
BLANEY— To Henry C. and wife. 1607
Maple avenue. September 7. a daughter.
ARAMBEL— To Jnhn and wife. 507 Du-
commun street, September 12,udaughter.
Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and em-
tialmers; lady assistant 433 S. Hill. T*>.
DAY— Mina X., Emergency hospital, na-
tive of Indian Territory, pyaemia, Sep-
tember in, aged 21 years.
HAMMOND— Charles F., 2176 East Tenth
street, native of Kansas, tetanus, Sep-
tember 11. aged 6 years.
HERNANDEZ— Jnana, native of Mexi-
co, prastro-enteritis, September 12, aged
LARSON— John. County hospital, native
of Sweden, pulmonary tuberculosis, Sep-
tember 9, aged 52 years.
LONDON— Isaac, 25 Central avenue, na-
tive of Russia, congestion of lungs, Sep-
tember 8, aged 39 years.
McCORD— EHen. County hospital, native
of Maino, cancer, September 9, aged 41
NELSON— Palcut, Sisters' hospital. ■ na-
tive of Norway, pulmonary tuberculosis,
September 11. aged 2. years.
RICHARDS— Jairus. 242 Rosemont ave-
nue, native of England, cancer, Heptem-
ber S. ngefl TS years.
BRESEE BROS. CO.
BBOADWAT AND 61XTTT STREET
Uk&tt* »nd Children. UIWLIIIrII\LIIO
. . PIERCE BROS. & CO,
funeral director*. 110-812 S. flower atreel
Our lady undertaker. Mfsa Elizabeth Thompson,
In attendance for women anrl children day- or
night. Phone Main 1627; 'Home 217.
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
OSDERTAKEHS, have removed to 1031
S. Grand Avc. Phones — Main 403; Home
"^ ~"~ \vTNDO\V ?r SiIASEsT
Slightly damaged shades,- 25 cents.
Our burlaps are heavier than others
and can be pasted; 76 Inches (not 72)
natural, 20c; 36 inches dyed, 15 cents;
41) inches dyed, 20 cents; Just the thing
for between chair rails. Moldlnea 2c
Best paint, $1.60 per gallon.
Big reduction In wall paper.
Try our enamels— they make things
shine like a mirror.
Glazing ami painting.
627 South Spring St.
W. V. JOHNSTON'"! ~
The old reliable carpenter jobbing shop.
Best place for good work and prompt
service. Screens, ladders, shlrtboards
• made to order and in stock. Tel Main
I «203, 309 W. SEVENTH.
PIONEER CARPET CLEANING
- works— Tel. Main 217; Home 217. 756 a
' I OLIVK. Upholmerlng and carpet clean-
80. CAL. TRANSFER CO.— TRUNKS,
25c and up; general dray age. Tels Main
US6: Home 2184. 317 W SECOND ST.
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
TOWNSENDJ LYON, HACKLEY &
PATENTS OBTAINED IN ALL COUN-
trles; trademarks and copyrights regis-
■ tered: patent, ; trademark and copyright
suits In all courts. ROOMS 504-7, Mer-
chants' Trust Company building. Telo-
. ' phones. Home 8191. Sunset Main 0129. .
HAZARD & • HARPHAM.- PATENTS.
Pioneers. • SPRING : & iiTH. Boots free.
}C : ;'-V. Help— Mala .
' HUMMEL BROS. & CO..
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS — -
A strictly flrfrc-class, reliable agency.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
U6-118 East Seoond street.
Between Main and Los Angeles sts.
Largest and best equipped offices 00 I
the Pacific coast.
HUMMEL BROS & CO..
116 and 118 B. 2d St.
- Telephones— Main 609.
. Home 60». ■
Flrnt-clniia newspaper solicitors.
Apply at circulating department be-
tneen 7i30 and 8 ■• m. and 4i30 and
"* "*" LOS ANGELES HERALD.
M'ANTED TO PURCHASE.
A new and modern up-to-date house
of eight to ten rooms, with large lot.
Prefer on high ground, between Pico
NORTON <& HAY,
31 S Went 3d St.
To Purchase — Re?l Estate
WANTED— WE WANT A BUILDING
lot, anywhere west of Main street,
north of 20th and east of Union at
once. Want it for home. Price must
be reasonable. A. F. WEBSTER &
CO. 302 Mason Bldg-.. corner 4th and
Broadway. Home 6575, Main 4090.
TO PURCHASE A GOOD FARM PROP-
erty, 20 to 40 acres. Want good land (no
alkali), good buildings, plenty water, lo-
cated near electric line. Must be genuine
bartraln. for cash.
MODESTO LAND COMPANY,
—OF RENTAL PROPERTY—
TO KNOW THAT WE
DO A RENTAL, BUSINESS—
IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOUR PROPERTY—
MINES & FARISH,
»15 SOUTH HILL STREET.
Rooms and Board
WANTED— TWO GENTLEMEN ROOM-
ers, with or without board. Phone
Main 3042 or call at 431% East Ninth
WANTED-DEALERS AND PAPER-
hangers to write for sample books of
wall paper, paints, etc. WALTER
BROS.. 627 South Spring.
Grocery, down town; it takes $40,000
to buy it.
Fruit stand that has been run ten
year by one man, heart of city; made a
fortune out of it; lease worth $3000;
$2500 takes it.
Lease on restaurant, in large hotel;
look this up.
Cigar stand, stock and fixtures, $1500;
location worth $1000; business i'Jj daily;
will sell for $1400.
Ice cream and confectionery, at 40
cents on the dollar; elegantly located.
Lady partner with $400 can get % in-
terest in millinery store, with lady; ten
Job printing plant; 3 presses, run by
electric power; paper cutters, modern
•type, well stocked, well located, price
OLD SETTLERS' INVESTMENT CO.,
Both Phones 1917. 001-UO3 Grant Bids.
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR.
We have listed with us for sale
some silt-edge stock in one of' the
most substantial companies on the
coast. The party owning this stock
is in need of immediate funds, and in
order to make a quick turn will sell
for $1.50 por share less than actual
valuo. If you are looking for A 1
Investment, investigate this.
BROWN & WOODS, 317 Fny.
by giving best values In the United
States. 76-inch 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
$1.50 gallon, molding 2c foot, slightly
damaged window shades, 25c, painting
, WALTER BROS., fi27 S. Spring.
$ST,nn— RA LOON ON SPRING, DOING
good business, cheap rent.
Hardware and plumbing, sales $1800 a
month; larpe store room; rent $20; will
invoice about $2000. Rare chance for
JOS. GREIRCH & CO.,
545 S. Spring.
FOR SALE— BY SMITH & ASTON.
Ice cr.?am store, suburban town; snips
average $3» daily; big profit: good stock
SMITH & ASTON. 226 LntiKhlln bids.
MONEY TO LOAN
KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN
BUMS TO SUIT AT CURRENT
JAMES B. THRELKELD,
201 FAY BLDG., 326 W. THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN 383,
NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES-
for building or on Improved property,
or In good outside towns. NEW PLAN
OF INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS. In-
terest decreases as you pay. STATE)
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCI-
ATION, 107 South Broadway.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOAN«D TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer' 3 knowledge
and without lndorsers; easy payments;
positively lowest rates. Hours, 10:30 to
6:30. COMMERCIAL iJIhCOUNT CO.,
628 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
ANY AMOUNT ON FURNITURE,
pianos.- household goods, machinery,
etc.. If stored In our new fireproof ware-
house. Office 822 8. Main. COLYEAR
WAREHOUSE CO.. Phone Main 11M.
R. W. POINDEXTER, 408 WILCOX
III <■•(»•» loo i) n money on real fMtti t<p»
stocks and bonds. Building loans s
MONEY TO LOAN— THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH. 319 & 320 Douglas bldg., will
lenrl money on city or county real estate.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
WE WANT YOUR~BUSINESS. COL-
YEAR WAREHOUSE CO.. new and
fireproof storage; moving, shipping:
lowest rates. ■ Carpets steamed cleaned
and packed .in moth-proof paper. Cash
advanced on storage. Office 322 South
Main. Phones Main 1117; Home 2121.
Pianos rented at low rates. A. G.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd., 118
•Winston St. Tel. Black 2221; Home 3195.
DKTECTIVE EVANS HANDLES "CIVIU
1 criminal, private cases. Strict attention
to business.' Main 5760, Home 4333. 230J4
S. SPRING, room 213.
LOS: ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ; 13, 1905.
S» «J. \VHITE Git CO. Lo» Ang'.U. R.nlty Board
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
410-417 Pacific Electric Budding
t 1 -h/.-.. iSunsst Main 1340
Telephones } Uome 378
Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 7th, 1905.
HERALD PUBLISHING CO.,
We have been using the liner department of The
Herald for the past fifteen months and have kept very close
track of the results we have derived from your paper.
We find that the money we have Invested in your liners has
paid us a good profit. We take pleasure in noting that
your paper has made material increase In the amount of
liners you are carrying, and we wish to compliment you on
the nice manner in which you set them up. Your weekly
real estate review each Sunday is a very thorough and oom-
plete record of the week's transactions . It gives us
pleasure to say a good word for The Herald at any time.
S. J. WHITE & CO.
COTTAGES— S AND 6 ROOMS, $12, $15.
$20. 1566 EAST ADAMS; 315 ALVARADO,
near Temple. .
TO LET-MODERN FLATS— Water Fr««.
*10 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
$12—3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
$12 — 3 rooms, 331 S. Figueroa..
«14— 3 rooms, 334 S. Figueroa, furnished.
$16 — 5 rooms, 1013 W. Diamond.
$16—5 rooms, 1016 W. Ist.
$16-4 rooms, Sl2 W. Ist.
$16— r rooms, 204 N. Fremont, furnished.
$18—3 rooma, 218 N. Fremont, furnished.
WIESENDANGER. 221 Laughlin Bid.
FOR $14 YOU CAN RENT THREE
rooms, completely furnished, new, ele-
gant: housekeeping; gas range, bath,
telephone, hot water; close In. 331
SOUTH FIGUEROA. $10 unfurnished;
also 204 NORTH FREMONT, $10 unfur-
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THB
best place In Los Angeles to room
and board, call at 305 S. Bunker Hill;
highest elevation In city; a nice, quiet
home, newly furnished and horn*
cooking. Take Angel's Flight, then
go two blocks west. Kates low for
$16— THREE ROOMS, COMPLETELY
furnished: new; housekeeping; in
new building. 218 N. FREMONT.
FOR RENT-OCEAN PARK. 128 HART
AYE. 12 rooms; or will rent one to six
Massage, electric, tub, vapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 225H W.
First. Homo 3809.
BATHS AND MABSAGE
IT IS FINEi TRY^ IT— ELECTRIC
shampoo, face massage and scalp
treatment; nothing like it in the city.
PERSIAN TOILET PARLOR, 732 W. 7th
VAPOK AND SPRAY BATHS. MAB-
eage and electricity; experienced op-
erators. 618H SOUTH SPRING ST..
rooms 6. 7 and 8. Hours from 8 to 11.
ENGAGEMENT REQUIRED BY MALE
nurse who understands massage and
bath. Address LEON RAAB, General
Delivery. Los Angeles, Cal.
FIRST CLASH FACE MASSAGE PAR-
lors for ladles. Will treat at homes
from 9 to 12; at parlors from 1 to 5.
243V4 S. SPRING ST.
BATH S-NOW OPj3N FOR BUSINESS—
electric treatments, salt glow, oil and
alcohol rubs. 720 SO. BROADWAY.
Cottage In rear.
WHEN YOU WISH A FIRST-CLASS,
thorough treatment, call at 220 FRANK-
LIN ST., Room 6. One treatment as-
THE BADEN BATHS, STEAM AND
heat baths, alcohol massage, magnetic
and electric treatment. 218 N. MAIN,
321 SOUTH HILL— VAPOR AND TUB
baths, massage for colds, rheumatism,
nervousness. Open every day. Room 9.
VAPOR TUB BATHS AND MASSAGE,
alcohol and oil rubs. 218 N. MAIN ST.
Office 11. Home Tel. 1459. Open Sundays.
MANICURING, MEDICATED A~N~D
vapor tub baths, massage. 245H S.
Spring St., 3d floor, suite 26. No signs.
SULPHUME. VAPOR. ELECTRIC, TUB
baths, massage, chiropody. Formerly
lilM/4 Spring. 701tt S. BDWY. Main 3133.
TWO EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY
operators in attendance. NEW
_YORK BATHS, 703 H S.Broadway.
day treatment; office hours 9 to 9. 223
W. 2d St., rooms 213-215. Home 2229.
VAPOR AND TUB BATHS, MASSAGE
and electric treatments. Room 225, 702
S. SPRINO ST. Tel. Main 592.
FOR A GOOD TUB OR VAPOR BATH
and massage go to 738 ft South Grand
avenue; 'phone 6660. ;
BATHS AND SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE—
Rooms 6 and 7, 610 Vi SOUTH SPRING
STREET. ■■ ■
341% SOUTH SPRING, ROOM 8. NEWLY
I opened manicuring, also facial massage.
BATHB-809 W. TEMPLE, ROOM NO. X
Phone Home 6078. -
ments at the Wilson Electro Institute,
static, X-rny, Violet ray, galvanic, fara-
dic, sinusoidal, electric light baths,
aclentiflc and vibratory massage. Free
demonstrations Wednesdays and Satur-
days. The only cure for chronic ail-
ments. Under the supervision of ex-
pert medical electrician with years of
experience. Give us a trial. We will
do you good. Hours 9:30 to 5. Phone
4729. 204 MERCANTILE PLACE, rooms
DR. AND MRS. CARTER SUCCEsa-
fully treat all female diseases and ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
■uTtation free. Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p.
m.: Sundays. 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MEH-
CANTII-E PLACE, over 543 S. Spring.
SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIES DUR*-
Ing confinement; homes for children.
DR. C. E. SMITH. 727 Bellevue avc
Tel. Main 2364. ,
JULIAN MACRAE, ELECTRICIAN-
Mental and nervous diseases. 1030 S.
HOPE. Home 4004.
QR. TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALIST
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER,
PALMISTS AND MdDIUMS
test medium; private readings dally, 10
to 4; also tonight. 7 to 9. THE SAX-
ONIA. 318 W. Fifth street. Next public
seance Friday evening, 8:15 sharp. Hall
139 W. FIFTH.
VEDIC. CARD READER, 316<£ SOUTH
SPRING, Suite 6— Head, hand, card or
psychic readings, 25c. Hindoo-Volic
charms for sale. Hundreds pleased. Sat-
isfaction or no pay.
DR. GREEN, LIFE READER. BUSl-
ness medium, gives readings dally; test
circles Tue., Thur. evenings at 1 o'clock;
25c. Room 16. 119H S. SPRING ST.
MRS. PARKER. PALMIST .iNJJ CLAlR-
voyant. 416H B. SPRING ST.. room 8.
R. W. POINDEXTER, BROKER. 40»
Wllcox Building, deals In bonda, mort-
gages and other first-class securities.
Loans negotiated at lowest marUet
rates. If you wish to lend money on
first mortgages. 1 can place It for you
safely and at a fair rate of Interest.
Reference: First National Bank. Los
Arigelpw National Bank.
*^^^^^^^^TN^ES™ENTa^~ N^^~ > ~.
We can show you where your money
will yield large returns. Call or write
VAADA MINES PROMOTION
212-213 H. W. Hellman Bldg.,
Los Angeles. Cal.
6CHIFFMAN DENTAL JO.,
107 N. Spring St.— Painless extracting.
tilling, crown and bridge work, flexible
rubber plates. Pure gold fillings. 750
up; all other fillings. 50c up; cleaning
teeth, 60c up; gold crowns and bridge
work, $2.50 up; sets teeth. $2.50 up. Also
open evenings and Sunday forenoons.
FRANK STEVENS. 324% SO. SPRING^
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A
specialty. No fee without success. B. P.
MORE- Y, 521 Stlmson blk., cor. 3rd and
Spring. Phone 6718. Open evenings.
WIVORCI3 LAWS-ADVICE FREE: NO
fee without success; private. J. H
SMITH, 122 W. Tftlrd St.. Room 106. t
to 6 o m.
MINING AND ASBAYING
ASSAYING NIGHT SCHOOL BEGINS
Oct. 2. WADE & WADE. 318 E. Ist St.
FOR SALE— ■
$200 CASH AND $20 A MONTH.
6-ROOM COTTAGE CORNER OF FOUR-
TEENTH ST., PRICE $2250.
5-ROOM COTTAGE; BATH; PICO
$300 CASH AND $20 A MONTH,
6-KOOM MODERN COTTAGE. CLOSE
TO WASHINGTON ST.. $2250. .
R. E. IBBETSON & CO.,
Main ■ 2212. ~ ' . 316 Trust 4>ldg.
FOR SALE— A SNAP; 6 LARGE ROOM
cottage on 30th St., close to Maple aye ;
' lot 60x130; arranged for two families;
price only $2600; best of terms. - -
COOPER & CUDDEBACK.
218 South Broadway, , Room 237. . -
At a Hacrlflre.
We have held th' 3 at $2700. but we
must sell, and offer this property for
a few days only at $2400. In the
fashionable southwest, on Hoover st.
lEiiT BUILDING CO.
,713 5. BROADWAY I
HOME PHONE 7666
BEAUTIFUL MX-lIOOM COTTAGE
ONLY ONLY ONLY '
SZSOO. $2800. $2400.
This new six-room cottage is lo-
cated In the C. V. Hall tract, near
Adams street; beamed ceilings In
living room and dining room: large
pressed brick mantel, fine buffet;
nice kitchpn; three bedrooms; lawn
started. The owner has put the
price low for cash only. We are
confident that this place is well
worth $3300. This Is certainly a big
NEEDHAM A McGREGOR,
303-4 Fay Building,
Corner Third and Hill.
NEAR SOUTH PARK. : tv;
New and modern 5-room cottage,
with every improvement. This will
be a business thoroughfare In a very
short time, and will quickly rise in
value. The lot is 52x302, and an
ideal place for chicken raising;
terms half cash.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
21-8 W. Third St.
FOR A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE
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 builded,
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.
for sale — ;;-.
$7000 $7000 .
SOUTH BURLINGTON AYE.
Very handsome ten-room residence
on large lot; strictly modern; has
hardwood floors; brick mantels; mas-
sive buffet; larg-e porch; lawn front
and back. Terms half cash.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
, ■>.:-, ;■ . : 218 W. Third St..
FOR SALE— NEW SIX-ROOM COT-
tage; porch, reception hall, bath,
china closet, mantel, large pantry
with flour bin, cooling closet, screen
porch, etc. You can select your own
f paint, wall tints, mantel, Inside fln-
sh. etc. Lot 60x150 to a fifteen-foot
ulley. A place you would like for a
home. Price $2350; $300 cash; your
rent will pay the balance. -
DEVENS * LAWRENCE,
127 Laughlin Dldg, 315 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE —
Ten new, modern five and six-
room cottages, for $50 cash down,
balance monthly payments like rent.
A chance to get a home with a little
money. . ,
.. OH. JONES, -■„'";
Room 220, 218 South Broadway.
':'■.'•;■;- ;■ ; . - Home 981.
FOR SALE — '
A 6-room cottage on Griffith aye.,
near 14th St.; lot 60x150, east front;
nice lawn and shade trees: a splen-
did location; for $2S00; $1000 cash,
balance to suit, ;.--,• .-•.,«;.•• :■;
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
218 W. Third st. ■
r-OK SALE— A SNAP! 1 • ~~
■ We will build you a neat K-r<y>m cot*
tage or bungalow, with the best 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. 236 Byrne Bldg.
FOR SALE— NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE
.on lot 60x150 to alley; select your . own
- paint, . wall tints, rtp., good- location. 2
'blocks from car line; price- $2350; $300
cash and $25 per month.. . ■■ -. ' ' •>^
6 rooms on Normandie near Washing-
ton: price $2100;* $200 cash and $25. per
month. - ...-..- ...'(
DEVENS & LAWRENCE,
227 Laughlin hldg. ■ ... 316 a Broadway.
FOR SALE .^^^.
• ••' ■ Houses"'
To Talk Bunlnesa >«nv.
How about the winter months wherr
the tourists are arriving by the train
Have you Improved your property so
as to receive an income from It? or Is
It still only a vacant lot without any
adornment to tempt the frozen tourist
to Invest 7
We Hire M
, Thousands of Easterners
Who contemplate coming to Los An-
geles and we scarcely receive a letter
that does not ask our advice on in-
vesting. Hence we are safe and con-
servative in our statements.
"That we guarantee you a tenant or
a prospective purchaser" when your
property Is adorned with a Lamberth
We make it an easy matter for you to
get money at a low rate of Interest if
you are a property holder.
Watch for the unsolicited testimonials
which we will publish next Sunday from
prominent business men In our city for
whom we have and are building not one,
but several buildings each. Our pride
is our work, whether residence, fiat or
apartment house— from the handsomest
of exterMors to the richest and most ar-
tistic of interiors. A Lamberth house
cannot be duplicated for the price.
Call and look over our plans. We
will help Interest and educate you in
General Building Contractors,
Suit 414 Brnly Building.
NEAR JEFFERSON AND HOBART.
THIS NEW 7-ROOM BUNGA-
LOW HAS ALL MODERN
CONVENIENCES. IS WELL
LOCATED ON FINE LARGE
LOT. AND IS WORTH EVERY
CENT OF THE PRICE WE
ASK FOR IT. $4000; % CASH.
IF YOU WANT TO SEE THIS
EXCELLENT HOME APPLY
AT "HOUSE AND LOT DE-
R. A. BURTON REALTY CO.,
416-418 Laughlin building,
315 South Broadway.
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 He CO.,
Contractors and builders,
326 Douglas building.
Sunset, Black 39!)1. Home 3774.
FOR SALE— CHOICE S-ROOM HOUSE,
modern, all conveniences; fine location;
superb Interior finish;- $6000; only $2000
cash, balance long time.
SMITH & ASTON, £!6 Laughlin bldg.
City Lots and Lands
WEST ADAMS •
CHOICEST HIGH GROUND
IN THE POPULAR
WEST ADAMS DISTRICT.
FINE WIDE STREETS.
VERY LOW PRICES.
50-FOOT LOTS, $SOO TO
00-FOOT LOTS, 91250 TO
78-FOOT LOTS, $1800 TO
GOOD CORNERS, $1250
LOTS WILL NOT LAST
LONG, AT THESE
CHAS. McKENZIB & CO.,
400 H. W. HELLMAN
members los angeles
main 5561. ' home 5062.
forT sale— . ~ — —
Do you know of the possibilities of-
fered along Western aye. from Holly-
wood south to Wilshlre boulevard? Do
you know Wilshlre boulevard Is to be
graded, curbed and sldewalked to West-
ern aye., and that when these Improve-
ments are completed It will be THE
driveway, to Hollywood, via Western
aye? Do you know that the price of
Western aye. property northwest Is
about one-flfth ot the prices on the
same avenue southwest? Do you know
that property northwest Is even more
desirable In Its natural advantages? Do
you know that a new car line Is building
on Western aye., to connect with n
Weatle.ke line? Do you know that when
It is completed values will more than
double? Do you know you can buy lots
In this choice locality now for $400 and
up? Do you know that the easiest sort
or terms can be arranged 1 Do you
know that we have a branch office on
the corner ■of Western nve., and the
Colegiove car line for your convenience
and ours, just to help show you the
bargains Do you know we can offer
you a selection from more than six
different tracts, and can surely please
you? Do you know you are making a
great mistake in not knowing these
Come out today and find out. '
CHAS. S. MANN.
325 W.. Fourth st.
Phones: Home 4171, Main 4683.
Brunch office open every day. Tako
Colegrove car to . Western aye.
FOR SALE— .-■■■• . v., ■<■ . .
$650 - . ■ ' . $650 ••■■• " . . $650
.East -front' lot, '40x100, - near .Thirty-
seventh- and San Julian streets.: •■. -
; \W\.H.-08EAR.:402 Jolujsoa bldg. ;
FOR s *Ut^^^2Jjl,'
City Lots and Lands ,
n I ~ !
IT /TTNii'c^ \
Now In the
time to buy
Ju«t south of
Los Ansclva City Limits,
On Whlttler Cnr Line.
JIIM Off the Long Beach
Altraj-i nice «:00l
The.ie Warm Days.
s<s ©ar Pair©
From Center of Los Atselea.
Others have, \
You will, . . J
Praise this fract '
When You hnve Visited It.
The locality and
surroundings are I
delightful and healthfd.
Artesian Water '
This Is the safest
or a home.
Only 3 blocks south of '
the Big Steel Plant I
and other large enterprises
•am to go in.
814 11. W. lellman Bldg.
Phones — fain 4852.
: '.'■(-. ■ ' ■
The McCarthy bmpany's
COTTON iVEMUE ■■ ;
■ SLfIUSON JENUE "
PLACE F<l ' • :
SHADY, CCV ■,
$100 I : :
$12 1 .' ' '
The McCarthy f<>i« n j-
FOR THIS |
IN OUR \
■ 203 North Bad war.
FOR SALE BY BARRY BR\ ~~"
Bradbury HulN ff .
. ■'SJ",?* c^I n ? r^? nd an 'Bl<3e lot
In the Beautiful Westmoreia Tract
Is offered at a big sacrif loi jf you
are looking for a home sltc r W ant
the best investment proposit i n los
Angeles, look this up. ,
. K2OO. \
LARGE LOTS, 50X1 84. \
IN THE SOUTHWEST.)
ON TWO CAR LINES. \
HIGH LEVEL GROUND. \
IMPROVED WITH CEMENT V/.v
ALL STREET IMPROVEMEri
PAID FOR. _» J
ONLY $200, ON EASY TE-RK*
EMIL FIRTH (OWNER)I \
411-417 LAUGHLIN BUILDIN&-
315 S. BROADWAY. ' „ \
"NEW MONETA AVENUfe CAR"*
Will pass near %,.. s*|
HAWTHORNE TRACT.'. J
Lots are going fast becaurj I
we are offering them r .\-
■ $200 TO $300 CHEAPER A
Than like lots nearby. . .J
50-FOOT LOTS, FULLY IMPROVE. •
$375 TO $500 ONLY. 71
' One block from car line. .1
W. F. THORNE A CO., OWNERS. l\
Room 311. 218 S. Bdway. Home ISB4\
FOR SALE— ~ ~V ~ ~°l
116x148, corner Michigan and Sara,
toga; a snap Jl2S'
Lot on Saratoga near Flrst\...;...s4M
Falrvlew n<vir 8r00k1yn......!. $500-
S. W. cornrr Coronado and 6<i $3500'
50x150 Orchard avenue near Adams)
Bargains In all part s of the city.
R. S. BAUNDERS.I, 1
■ 406 Chamber of Commerce Edg.
LA PARK 1
'■ ; TRACT. I ' '"■
LOTS $300 TO $500. '
The Very Safest lnventrnenti, '. , ;
, .Property advancing everyday I this
ROSS A I.IMISKV, :. f * '
314 H. W. Hellnian Bldg.
Phono — Home 7002. Main 482 J. [
$25«0— VERNON AVENUE NEAR SQjH "~
Park, new and modern 6-room cchge
with every improvement; this wlllt a
business thoroughfare In a short hje
and will quickly rise in value: lot bir>;
Ideal place for chicken raising. Teis
half cash. SOUTHERN CALIFORia
REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT ft- ■
604 Pacific Electric bldg. . Ft,
FOR BALE- ~ . ... ■ T, '
$1500 ' -- / • $1500 L
HALLDALE AVENUE, [
CHARLES VICTOR HALL TRACT
• Fine corner lot, 60x150, north of Tn; ;
ty-ninth St.; cheapest .corner 'in. *•■■ '
whole tract. ■ • ■ »''••(•-• T- "
W..H.,OBEAK. 402 Johnson bldL :