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|[f j , . FOR SALE ..^
ffi ' City Lett and Lind»
' FOR SALE—
j This thoroughfare will be the next
,'- IBtreet paved. We offer a corner at a
i! bargain; 'way under market value; rlpo
improvement; stores will pay well.
■ Investigate this at once.
if C. J. HETLER CO.
W Bole Agents. 810-11-12 Bryson Blk.
I NO MISREPRESENTATION.
I' I ©MLV
WB HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED
TO OFFER FOR A FEW DATS
ONLY A CORNER LOT ON BAST
j FOURTH ST. 40x140 TO 20-FOOT
ALLEY, WITH TWO FRAME COT-
. TAGES. THIS PROPERTY IS IN A
I BUSINESS SECTION AND PROP-
ERTY VALUES WILL BE GREATLY
ENHANCED DURING THIS FALL
| AND WINTER. HERB IS YOUR OP-
, PORTUNITY TO GET A BARGAIN
IN A BUSINESS CENTER AND IN A
LOCATION WHERE THERE IS A
; GREAT DEMAND FOR STORES.
341 SOUTH SPRING
PHONE HOME 8044.
i WE SELL THE EARTH—
BASSETT & SMITH
. Hill St., 56x120. price, $18,000.
Fly-ieroa street, corner, 120x80, 60-foot,
Improved. Income $240 per month; price,
BASSETT & SMITH,
L. A. R. 8., 202% S. Broadway, rooms
Two new flats on Sunset Boule-
vard, Just off Flgueroa; 10 minutes'
walk to courthouse. Let us show
you this buy.
SOU. CAL.. REAL ESTATE TNV. CO,
604 Paclfla Electric Bldg.
FOR SALE- '
Located where there will be big things
doing. This corner will advance to a
high figure within 3 days: get In on the
ground floor. Fine store property, 70x
110; price $6500.
C. J. HEYLER CO..
Sole agents. 310-12 Bryson Blk.
Finest wheat land In the world,
situated In the very center of the
great wheat section of Manitoba.
Wheat yield sixty bushels to the
acre. Only three miles from rail-
road station. Large house, large
granary, barn for thirty head of
horses. Plenty of water. Terms —
Part cash; balance can run twenty-
one years, 6 per cent Interest; or
SOOH SOUTH n ROADWAY.
Phone Home 687.
FOR SALE, AT A BARGAIN-S6O-ACRE
stock and grain ranch In eastern San
Luis Obispo county. Rolling land, fenced
and cross fenced, house, barn, corral,
etc.; windmill to raise water for house,
running water for stock; 250 acres have
been under cultivation; half the land
capable of cultivation. Good coil. Bunch
. grass country. Best milling wheat and
first grass fed beef produced in this
$5000. H. VAN VALKENBURGH,
No agents. Santa Cruz, Cal.
FOR SALE— ALFALFA RANCH AT A
great bargain; seventy-five acres
near Anaheim; forty acres alfalfa,
good stand; ten acres young walnuts;
balance other crops; pumping- plant
with ninety-Inch flow. Price for
quick sale. $9000; $2000 cash, balance
on time.* 1,. M. PRATT, 608 Laugh-
lln Building. Member Los Angeles
WILL TAKE ONE-HALF IN GOOD,
clear city property, here or east; bal-
ance can be paid from the crop. One of
the very best 11-year-old navel orange
groves, near Pomona; place pays a net
profit of over $1400 annually; trees In
fine, healthy condition, plenty of free
water; six-room house, etc. Price $10,000.
, 304 Bryson Block.
INGLEWOOD POULTRY FARM.
Lots to Suit,
$150 and up.
Water piped to each lot; easy terms;
desirable location. Call for maps and
THE REALTY TRUST CO..
129 South Broadway.
RIGHT NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
bargains In orange groves. Here's
one; twenty-three acres, mostly na-
vels and Valenclas; ample water; lo-
cated between Covlna and Azusa;
twelve-room house and fine barn, to-
gether .worth $5000; beautiful
grounds. ! Price $18,000. t,. M. PRATT,
608 Laughlln Building. \ ■-
A GREAT SNAP!
Twenty-five acres, about twelve
miles from Los Angeles; eighteen
acres In full-bearing vineyard, bal-
ance apricots and prunes; good
twelve-Inch well. Price only $3600.
terms, for a few days.
COOPER A CUDDEBACK,
31S South Broadway, Room 237.
FOR SALE— S2SOO; AT NORTH PASA-
<Jena; three acres, near car line;
every kind of fruit, berries, garden,
chicken yards, barn, good six-room
house; a snap. L. M. PRATT, 608
FOR SALE — FIVE-ACRE LOTS ON
Redondo car line, near Gardena, only
$350 per acre, only $4 down, in-
THE ALLIANCE REAL ESTATE,
- nOOH South Broadway.
• FOR SALE-$5OOO CAsU
5 acres South Main street, improved;
a fine piece of ground and soon ripe
for subdivision. This Is a bargain. ■
;. J. A. MORLAN & CO.. (
202 Fay Bldg., Third and Hill.-
FOR BALE— SUBURBAN-10 ACRES,
I>4 miles south ot Ascot park on Stan-
ley avenue. Special bargain - at - $500
per acre. WM. N. HOLWAY, ai Grant
Saint Vincent's College
Boarding and Day College
and High School
Founded 1865 • • Chartered 1869
| Military DriIL.TT =|Physical Culture |
fo' Ua^! a : V. Rev. J. S. Glass, C. M., D.D., PresL.
FIFTY ACRES OF LAND, CLOSE TO
city limits. The choipest, and Just
ripe for subdivision. Car crosses the
property. Adjoining land already
J. A. MORT,AN * CO.,
203-8 Fay Building.
Hotels and Lodging Houses
SPRING STREET — 33 ROOMS; BRICK
building; 2V4-year lease; rent $175;
clears from $100 to $160 a month;
mortgage $1500; good transient trade;
new furniture and clean.
Broadway — 38 rooms; brick build-
ing; lease; rent $225; clears from
$IRO to $200 a month; no better loca-
tion; mortgage $2000. Owner has
too many investments and will s^H
either very reasonably or exchange
equity for other good property, city,
beach or country.
MoFATRIDGB & CO.,
310 South .SprlnK Street.
FOR SALE — 42-ROOM MEN'S LODG-
lng house; well furnished; rent
cheap; long lease; paying well: cen-
tral location. Price $2000; trrms.
THE AI.MANCK KM VI. ESTATE,
ROOV& South Ilromlwny.
26 ROOMS. WINSTON ST.. WELL FUR-
nishert; rent only $61); long lease; price
OT'6|lTi£fXlNgFfßO T '6| 1 Ti£fX 1 NgFfR < EA I £ O SBTATE,
600Vfc South Broadway.
FCm SALE — GIQANTIC REMOVAL
sale. Everything must go. Ruffled
edge Swiss curtains, 4(V; cuspidors, 15c;
7-In. Jardlneres, 35c; 2% yard Notting-
ham lace curtains, 46c; 60 In. bonne fem-
me curtains, 95c; box couches. $2.50; 6-
foot extension tables. $5.00; cane din-
ers, 85c; stands, $1.25: rockers. $1.35;
linoleum, ROc; meat safes, $1.00; pillows,
60c; 8-plece toilet set. $1.76. You save
money. We move the goods. Hurry!
J. M. OVERELL. 658-654 B. Main St.
Live Stock — Horses, Mules, Cattle
Car of mules and horses at a bar-
gain, Just from the north.
T. W. WOOD, at Nowlin's Yard,
408 Ramirez St.
FOR SALE — 100,000 FEET OF GOOD
NO 3 REDWOOD BOARDS AND I
SHEETING, ONLY $14.00 PER THOU-
SAND; 100,000 FEET NO. 2 SPRUCE
BOARDS, $16.00 PER THOUSAND.
LOTS OF SHORT REDWOOD FENC-
ING $15.00. NO. 3 FLOORING, RUS-
TIC AND pEILING, ONLY $22.60 PER
T COME?' ! SEE THIS STOCK AT OUR
BIG. NEW YARD, TWENTIETH AND
national lumber company.
fot[ sale— carload ow best
poultry wire at only 45 cents per 100
S< SATIot!AL LUMBER COMPANY.
Branch Office, 9th and Maple.
FOR SALE— NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables. Bar fixtures ot
all kinds: easy payments. Send for cat-
alogue. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-
COLLENDER CO.. 620 S. Broadway,
Log An gel en.
FOR SALE OF EXCHANGE — IN DE-
Four-story, solid, pressed brick
building, front has stone trimming
and heavy stone steps, tile roof, en-
trance and tiled vestibule, slate steps
on staircases to all floors; eight 7-
room flats and Janitor's apartment
separate, hardwood mantels each flat,
flooring and finish hardwood In all
flats; private porcelain baths; wash-
stand and closets, gas range, refrige-
rators, 2 laundry tubs, steam radia-
tors in each flat; steam plant In base-
ment; all modern conveniences; Just
' off Woodward aye., In walking dis-
tance to business; finest residence
! district in Detroit; all rented.
We can sell or trade this. What
have you to offer. Come in and look
302 Million lIIdK.,
Fourth nnd liroudway.
Home 8578. Main 4080.
Equity of SIOOO In a $3000 six-room
modern house, close In, easy walk-
Ing distance. Take anything to value
of $1000 in city or ranch property.
SISOO equity in the handsomest
five-room modern cottage In city:
$3000. I will take automobile and
Half Interest in store and dwelling,
Graham, Va.; rented $18 per month;
$1000, city property; will assume.
jr>s acre*, Kansas; bottom land,
DOB Mason Building,
Fourth and Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE— OR SALE; 2 COT-
TAGES AND LARGE LOTS IN BEST
PART OF ANAHEIM, $5000: MORE
GROUND IF DESIRED; WILL EX-
CHANGE FOR OCEAN PARK OR
316 Trust Building.
BEN WHITE WILL EXCHANGE
your property; Immense bargains; ap-
ply at. once. Satisfaction and quick re-
sults. Member Realty Board. 304-6 BRY-
SON BLOCK, 2d and Spring sts. -
FOR KXCHANGE-$3OOO-HOUSB IN
Riverside for one here of same value.
Also one for $5000. Same conditions.
Also ' $10,000 orange grove for. Income
property here and assume difference.
WM. N. HOLWAY, 211 Grant Bldg.
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE YOUR
- property, any location. Large list to
select from. MAXON REALTY CO.,
114-116 Stlmson Bids.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER *3V 190$.
PjffiS' Itrp in Los Angeles. Twelve
TfiVKW instructors. Largest school
~ buildings and grounds.
Beautiful surroundings. Preparatory
department under special teachers Just
7r>.l-R.7 Went Seventh Street.
F. BROWKSniSRGER. Prmldent.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 11.
Class and private instruction In every
department of music and language by
best teachers. The value and Importance
to children of our kindergarten work
should bo known to every parent. Phys-
ical culture by foremost teacher. For
ratnloßiie, terms, etc., apply to Conserv-
atory, 232 S. Hill st. LOUIS EVANS. Mgr.
800 S. HIM, ST. Call, frrltr, 'phnne.
• SOUTHERN CALirOItNIA — — '
AND GBAMAn SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
6*# S GKAHO JkV£. LOS AAtOCLC*. CAL*
THE COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS
Garvanza. Fall term begins Sept. 18. All
branches of drawing, painting and design-
Ing, architecture, modeling, pottery.
WM. L. JUDSON, Director.
BUSINESS COLLEGE IS A SAFB AND RB.
LIABLE SCHOOL. Night itß.lona. Ml W. Id.
ffMHIHIHIWIffar-a£ SPECIAL. 92300.
ttßllijSMUd'r'fir For sa - 1e — Nearly
" ew bungalow cot-
. tage, 60-foot lot,
» southwest, near
fine car line, and on easy terms. Price
reduced to $2300. This is modern and
a rare bargain.
< 20» I.nughlln Building.
Oct. 2. WADE & WADE. 318 E. Ist St.
SOME GOOD ONES.
$24,000 — A thirty-acre walnut ranch,
Caplstrano; fine irrigating
system; trees fifteen and
eighteen years old. Will ex-
change this choice ranch for
;7000 — A 33 1-3-acre ranch, Anaheim;
ten acres in fruit; six-room
good house, barn, etc. Want
city; will assume.
$4SO0 — A six-acre ranch, Gardena;
five acres in alfalfa, one acre
In fruit; half interest in
pumping plant; well on place;
200 chickens, three cows, one
horse, etc. Want city.
$0000 — Mortgage $2000; an eight-room
modern residence, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Want rooming house.
$13,000 — Mortgage $6000; twenty-five-
room flat building, South
Bond. Will trade the equity
as first payment on larger
f4r,oo — Mortgage $1000; chicken and
poultry ranch; six-room house;
fruit; plenty of water; cor-
rals, etc.; Pasadena. Want
$3nO9 — Five-acre ranch at Toluca;
five-room house, good pump-
ing plant. Want good cot-
SEE JAMES LOOMIS, THE TRADER,
304 MASON BUILDING.
WILL TAKE ONE-HALF IN GOOD,
clear city property here or east; bal-
ance can be paid from the crop. One
of the very best 11-year-old navel
orange groves, near Pomona; placepays
a net profit of over $1400 annually. Trees
In fine, healthy condition, plenty of
free water; six-room house, etc. Price
301 Bryson Block.
No Question About It
Is the BEST BEER—
The Favorite Brew
of the Great West.
Germanla Malt Tonic a Specialty
Adloff & Hauerwaas
Depot and Bottling Works
112-118 Central Aye.
Everything you want you will find In
the classified page— a modern encyclo-
pedia. On a cent a word. *
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1905.
Santa Anita Land company to Frank
P. Plernon and Warren O. Plerson —
Part lot 2, block O, Santa Anita Land
Company's tract $10
David Arbogast and Minnie P. Arbo
gast to John L. Criswell and Anne
Catherine Criswell— Lot 24. Holly tract
No. 2 $10
Orrln Compton Haworth to same —
Lot 34, Euclid Heights tract $10
Joseph Hugh Montgomery and John
Herbert Montgomery to Elizabeth Aus
termell — Lots 7 and 9, block 2, South
S. M. O. Huddleston and Kate Vance
Huddleston to Joseph P. Shropshire and
Mary B. Shropshire — Lots 11 and 13,
block 49, Qlendale $600
Charles K. Short to H. C. Eckermann
— Lot 32, block 1, Adams Street Home
stead tract $900
Ade Orrlll and Bessie E. Orrlll to
Kate Newby— Lot 48, Green's Central
Avenue tract $10
W. J. Klngswell to Title Guarantee
and Trust company — Lots 2 and 3, block
C, Edgemont Terrace tract $10
Louis Hazelwood Smith to Alta F.
Grant — Part lot 13 8, Grldcr & Dow's
subdivision of Briswalter tract $1U
J. P. Curtis and Charlotte Curtis to
Lillian A. Evans — Part lot 4, block 10,
Long Beach $1600
A. V. R. S. Orchard to F. Caspary —
Lot 74 and part lot 67, Josefas subdi
vision of Cells Vineyard tract $10
Mary A. Pendleton, James K. Pen
dleton, Frank M. Pendleton, Jared F.
Pendleton, William M. Pendleton, Earl
E. Pendleton, Ethel M. Pendleton,
Charles W. Pendleton, by Mary A.
Pendleton. attorney; Nellie T. Pendlo
ton, Mary A. Pendleton, guardian fop
John A. Pendleton, Pearl A. Pendleton
and Walter A. Pendleton, minors, heirs
of W. B. Pendleton, deceased, to Los
Angeles Interurban Railway company —
Same as deed No. 13, September 12,
Mary A. Pendleton, guardian of es
tate of Charles W. Pondleton, Nellie T.
Pendleton, John A. Pendleton, Pearl A.
Pendleton and Walter A. Pondleton,
minors, to same — Same as deed No. 13,
September 12, 1905 $73
Mary A. Pendleton, guardian of John
A. Pendleton, Pearl A. Pendleton and
Walter A. Pendleton, minors, to James
W. Pendleton — Same as deed No. 14,
September 12, 1905 $350
Tltlo Guarantee and Trust company
to Dora Isensee — Lots 61, 62 and 63,
Normandle Avenue tract $10
Lawrence E. Buckley to John A. Hu
blnger and Mary E. Hubinger — Lots 16
and 16, Wallace Bros. 1 subdivision. .$lO
Ella Schmidt to Diedrlch Rohrs and
Irene M. Rohrs — Lot 20, block J, Park
Wilber Clark to H. S. Taggart— Lot
21, block A. Baird tract $10
Edward A. Taylor, guardian of Benja
min M. Butler, minor, to V. W. Bailey-
Parts lots lii and 14, block 12, Olive
Charles W. Thompson and Jesslo
Thompson to George F. Thompson and
Ida M. Thompson— Lot 37 and part lots
38, 40 and 41, Vernon avenue tract $10
Elizabeth Lockwood Toms and O. R.
Toms to Lincoln J. Qulgley— Lots 15 and
16, Ferry sub of portion of Grogan tr..slo
T. I. & T. Co. to Maggie V. Early— Lot
18, Bouth Park Avenue Home tract — $1(1
W. 11. Davles and Marion A. Davies to
Effie Kehlet— Lots 19 and 20, block 13,
Hammond street tract $BUO
E. J. Vawter to Santa Monica Cqmmer
clal Co.— Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10, block D,
Santa Fe tract $10
Alexander D. Patterson and Josephine
Patterson to Maggie Blackwood— Lots B4
and 65, sub of blocks A and B, Yorbe &
Paige tract .; $10
Lewis W. Andrews and Abble C. An
drews to Frank B. Veasey— Lot 7, block
A. Occidental Park $10
Edith M. Peckham, F. M. Peckham,
Lois B. Klrsch and F. M. Klrsch to Ar
ietta F. Davenport— Lot 14, block 7, West
Adams Heights tract $10
Arietta F. Davenport and J. P. Daven
port to Mary H. Bhafer— Lot 14, block 7,
West Adams Heights tract $10
John 8. Scully and Mary E. Scully to
Luke Kelly— Lots IS and 19, Peck's sub
of block 62, San Pedro $10
Susan C. Goodwin and Sophy M. Good
win to Mary E. Babcock— Part lot 10,
block 3, Los Angeles Homestead tract. slo
Columbian Investment Co. to Joseph C.
Hunter-Lots 1, 2, 8, 8. 10 and 12, block 16.
R. 7, Wilmington $10
Anna M. Spence, exer. of estate of E. F.
Spence, deed., Anna M. Spence, lnd., G. F.
Conant and Jennie Conant to J. J. New
ell—Lots b and 6, block 10, Workmans sub
of lots 9 and 10, Mathews & Flckett tr $1100
Edward J. Johnston and Hattle B. John
ston to Elizabeth J. Eagon— Lot 4, block
32, Adams Street Arlington Heights tr $10
J. R. Slmmonds to Daisy A. White-
Lot 128, West End Terrace tract $10
William Elliott to Daniel Luby— Part
lots 12 and 13. block 2, Stevenson's sub
of part lot 8. block 00. H. S $10
Barah Edna Clark to N. M, Ball— Part
lot 83, McDonald tract $10
Emeline Childs to M. Kalisher— Lot 15,
block 2, O. W. Child's tract, 200 10t5. ...510
Bartholomew A. Mahony and Margaret
Ann Mahony to Julia S. Park— Lot 4,
block C. Morris' Vineyard tract $10
Le Grand Ingersoll and Eleanor Inger
soll to Clarence J. Shults— Lot 19, block 2.
Edmond's Adams street tract $10
Robert Hale, Cannie Hale, Daniel F.
Hill and Ada M. Hill to Susan K. Miles-
Lot 16 and part lot 16, Mills' sub of block
63, O. S $10
Charlotte Hedworth Williamson to
Gustavus H. Bauer and Victor Marsh —
Lots 4, 5 and 6, addition No. 2 to Rock
dale tract $8826
Mary Chapln and A. P. Chapln to
Richard Molony and Kate Molony —
Lot 18, block E. Adams Street tract. $10
■East Ocean Park Land and Water
company to Martha D. Pickett — Lot
119, East Ocean Park tract $10
L. T. Bradford to T. F. Whorton —
Lot 3, block C, Coral Crest tract $10
C. C. Converse and M. Ida Converse
to Louise F. Jacobs — Block 351, Maclay
Rancho Ex Mission de San Fer
Louise F. Jacobs to Henry Heil —
Same property as above $10
Katherine Norton to C. M. Benbrook
and F: D. Holman — Lot 13, block 64,
Huber tract $10
F. D.- Holman, Ethel May Holman, C.
M. Benbrook and Bernlce H. Benbrook
to C. S. Holman — Part lot 13, block 54,
Huber tract $10
F. A. Parker and Mary B. Parker to
Henry F. Houx and Klla V. Houx —
Part lots 26, 27, i 28 and 29, block 145,
Long Beach $10
A. O. Bartlett and Mac A. Bartlett to
Mrs. Frank McKenzle — Lot 32, block 4,
Water company — Lots 14 to 18 and 31
to 36, block 11, Rivera $2000
Los Angeles Trust company to Teresa
Caprlni — Lots 8 and 4, Moulton Home
Morris H. Wilson and Blanche A.
Wilson to Ira C. Cadmus — Lot 34,
block 6, Long Beach Heights $10
Ellen Norris to Frank Walker— Lot
9, block E, Thomas tract $10
Emma A. Handy and Daniel T. Handy
to Joseph A. Stoutt — Lot 27, West End
Ocean View tract $10
Frederick Pfennig and Hermlne
Pfennig to L. A. Flowers — Lot 21,
block G, Estella tract $10
Bank of San Pedro to John S. Leigh
— Lot 18, Peck's subdivision of block
29, San Pedro $10
Robert S. Smith, Flora M. Smith and
Thomas E. Smith to Walter Spelcher—
Lots 63 and 64, block C. Smith Bros.'
Compton Avenue tract No. 2 $10
Title Guarantee and Trust company
to Charles F. Johnson — Lot 30, Pioneer
Investment and Trust Company's Cresta
del Arroyo tract $10
Brewster C. Kenyon, Edwin Greble
and Mary D. Greble to Edna McCollum
— Lots 12 and 13, block F, Kenyon's
subdivision of block U, Alamltos Beach
E. E. Long and Dora A. Long to An
drew Jackson Le Gore and Annie B. Le-
Gore— Lot 6, Averys sub of lot 18, Griffin's
Arroyo Seco tract $10
Jessie G. Walt and Edna Walt to Mary
Jane Cummings— Lot 13, Irene Tolchard
Equitable Trust & Improvement Co. to
W. C. Lukens and Maria J. Lukens—
Lot 12. block 35. West Arlington Heights
L. R. Garrett and B. P. Garrett to Wil
liam B. Reese— Lot 49, Moneta place.... slo
Henry Relfsnyder, exr. of estate of
Enos Strawn, deed., to David Henderson-
Lots 1 and 2, block 17, Cal. Co-operative
Colony association 5 $52
Agnes Henderson, David Henderson,
Jessie L. Henderson, James Henderson
and Elizabeth P. Henderson to JoUiam
Blxby Co.— Lots 1 2 27 28 29 SO 31 and
82, block 17, Cal. Co-operative Colony
C. L. Root and Allie E. Root to William
D. Gibson and Margaret B. Gibson— Part
lot 19, Mlllard's sub. of part .of land
marked Vawter In division B, lands of
8. G. O. G. association ! $10
Adrlana C. Speck to Emma K. Belt—
Lot 26, blk. B, Avery & Taggart's sub $10
C. C. Converse and M. Ida Converse to
John F. Mullin— Block 70, Maclay rancho
Ex Mission de San Fernando $1200
A. R. Fraaer, G. M. Jones and H. 11.
Gage to Lucy Washington Walker-Lot
14, block X, Ocean Park Strand tract.. sßl3
Merchants' Trust Co. to E. C. Healton—
Lot 58, bloc* B, The MaeCarthy Co.'B »üb.
of Major Toberman place, Flgueroa and
Fifty-fourth streets and Redondo railroad
E. L. Fulton and Llllle M. Fulton to H.
E. Peck and Elizabeth K. Peck— Lot a.
block 22, Charles Victor Hall tract.... slo
S. R. G. Twycross and Emily F. Twy
cross to Charles F. Orth— Lot 12, block A,
W. J. and Bessie Kelly's sub $10
Wade H. Smith to Anna Townsend-
Part lots 14 and 16, block R, Mott tract.slo
Jessie W. Park to James Ramsdell— Lot
10, block G, Harvard Heights tract...... slo|
Mrs. Lizzie E. Mlllard and H. I. Millard
to AIU C. Klngsley and Grace G. Kings
ley—Agreement to convey lot 46, Verano
Charles A. Smith to Vlncenzlna Plcola—
Lot 97, C. A. Bmlth Third addition. ...slo
Mary V. Coblelgh and G. B. Cobleigh
to J. T. Bhelton— Part block 7, sub. of
rancho Provldencia & Scott tract $760
Jesse A. King and May King to W. H.
Bosley-Lots 195 196 and 199, Central Aye.
Home tract $10
Alamltos Land Co. to O. L. Jordan-
Part Farm lot 62, Alamltos tract $10
Grace Beckwlth to Mary D. Brown-
Lot 18, block 14, Garvanza $s>
T. G. & T. Co. to Ella W. Martlndale—
Lot 20, Calkins Flgueroa St. tract ....$lO
George L. Hazzard to Fred A. Hazzard
—Agreement to convey part lot 9, Gunn &
Hazzard's subdivision of Cullen tract $4350
John D. Moreland and Clara S. Mora
land to McCarthy Co.— Lots 30 31 and 32,
block E, City Boundary tract $10
Kalorama Land Co. to Mary Helena
Thompson — Lot «5, Grlder & Hamilton s
Rose Hill tract $3EO
Andres F. Machado to Juanita Savarla
—All his Interest In estate of Dolores A.
Machado, deceased, premises located be
tween Colorado aye. and right of way of
S. P. R. R $10
Brlgida Zobeleln to Henry Gerckens—
Lot 33, block 4, Zobeleln's Main St. tr $10
James Oakley and Frank Oakley to
Charles B. Bennett and Jessie V. Bennett
—Lot 4, Oakley's Central Aye. trnct ..SIOOO
Charles M. Sttmson to E. L. Chew— Lots
8 and 9, block W, West Los Angeles ..$lO
Columbian Investment Co. to Myra G.
Howard— Lot 1 and part lot 2. resubdl
vlslon of part of Edgar's subdivision ..$lO
Mary L. O'Donoughue to Alida G. Van
Pelt— Lot 12, block 37, Ist addition to
Hermosa Beach $10
T. I. A T. Co. to Henry and Lillian
Mangerlna— Lot 174. South Park Aye.
Home tract No. 2 $10
Huntlngton Land & Imp. Co. to Hum
boldt W. Hoffmelster and Caroline P.
Hoffmeister-Lots 28 and 30, block D, Mc-
Klnley Place $10
John L. Wilber to Kitty M. Stanfleld-
Lot 616, Hyde Park tract $500
Olive M. Peck and Geo. H. Peck to
Mary Evangellne Talman— Lot 10. Peck's
subdivision of west 380 feet of block 16,
San Pedro $10
John Benson and Laura Marie Benson
to J. C. Bledsoe— Lot 9, Peck's subdivision
of btock 26, San Pedro $10
George L. Nibel and Mattle F. Nlbel to
5. A. Sanderson— Part lot 2. block 10, Long
W. B. Moody and Mac Moody to Jona
than Heatherlngton— Lot 21, block 91,
Long Beach $10
C. Schliesmayer to John C. Bentz— Lots
49 60 and 61, Park Place addition $1
M. B. Hawkins and B. B. Hawkins to
William Aschenbrenner— Part section 32,
T. 1 N, R. 9 W $1600
M. J. Shaul and R. A. Shaul to Mrs. E.
J. Easterly— Lot 20. Fourth street tr....510
Mabel C. Ray to Herbert L. Baker-
Lot 16, Stewart & Mulford sub $10
Anna M. Spence. exer. of and trustee of
estate of E. F. Spence, deceased, and
Anna M. Spence, md. to Frsnk T. Jones-
Lots 6. 7, 8, 9 and 10, block B, Piano Alto
H. M. Hamilton and Kate A. Hamilton
to R. L. Reynolds— Lot 3, H. M. Hamil
ton tract $10
Marlon S. Summers and Ida M. Sum
mers to Robert Milne— Lots 1 and 2. block
44, Lordsburg, part rancho San J05e.... 525
James G. Scarborough, trustee, to W. S.
Sill— Lot b, block 71. Pasadena Villa tr..s3o
Union Trust & Realty Co. to Artesian
Water Co.— Part lots 3 and 4. HomJ Villa
Edwlr. O. Palmer and Genevieve Palmer
to Ida Wilcox Beverldge— Part lot 22. re
sub, of block 18. Hollywood $10
A. W. McPherson. Mary E. McPheraon,
Dr. L. H. Case and Katherine H. Case
to Eugene L. Young and Georgia Wattln
ger—Lot 22, block 2, Erkenbrecher Syndl
caet Santa Monica tract $150
C. E. Towner to W. A. Irwln— Beg. at
intersection of north line of Front street
with east line of Thirteenth street pro
jected, running thence north along said
line of Thirteenth street 677 feet, thence
east, etc $10
Nelson Story and Ellen Story to Idaho
Tuller Rice and Montana Tuller— Part lot
10 of 111 acre range $10
C. H. Ruddock, F. M. Douglass and
Phoebe A. Douglass to E. E. Pitts— Part
lot 6, block 14, Covtna $550
Carrie Cahen to J. A. Gonzales — Lot 16,
Conn's partition $10
Luke Kelly and Mabel Kelly to State
Bank of San Pedro— Lot 7, Peck's sub. of
block 74. San Pedro $10
Frederick Day to Frederick W. Martain
and Harold H. Martin— Lot 6. George W.
Stimson's sub $10
Isaac Collins and Elizabeth Collins to
Lewis Landreth— Lot 18, block 11, Whit
Georgft E. Coleman and Eleanor E.
Coleman to George W. Williams— Lot 80,
Granada tract $10
Joseph Arve to Jean Martin— Agreement
to convey lots 22, 23, 24, San Gabriel ..SSOO
Lillian Price to L. B. Winston— Lot 2.
Forest Glen tract $10
Henry Koch and Anna Koch to Martha
M. Hlllman— Lot 1. block 8, Zobeleln's
Main Btreet tract $10
Robert F. Jones and Maria T. Jones to
Brunswick, Balke, Collender Co.— Lot 14.
block 2, Bandlnl tract $10
Nellie Allen to Mrs. M. Metzler— Lot 6,
block 1, Allen-Rhea ad. to Long Beach $10
T. I. & T. Co. to Abel D. Kirk— Lot 17,
block 10, Alamltos Bay tract $10
R. A. Wallace, Frank P. Flrey and
Lulu M. Flrey to Mary R. Darling— Lots
1 and 2, block C, Crescent Heights tr..slo
Ruth B. Reedal to Adolph Thomssen—
Agreement to convey lot 173, Normandle
avenue tract $475
Stone-Blades Co. to J. R. Irving—Agree
ment to convey lot 137, Carnation Terrace
Jacob P. Brockmeier to Eliza Ehrenhart
—Lot 204. Central Avenue Home tract.. ssso
Annie Palen. M. D. Painter. T. I. & T.
Co., trustee. John Doe and Jane Doe by
W. A. White, sheriff, to Metropolitan
Loan Association— Part lots 15 and 13,
Broad tract : $3414
E. D. Woolsey to Ernest L. Waxham—
Lot 5, block 3, Hollywood Ocean View
G. A. Smith and Harriet C. Smith to
Arietta F. Davenport— Part lot 37, Cren
shaw Heights tract $1500
H. C. Campbell and A. A. Campbell to
Joseph Kloetzle— Lot 100 and part lot 99.
Mills & Wicks extension of Second
Brearley Investment Co. to Dolores Dlas
—Part lots 1, 2 and 3, block 14, San Ga
briel • $90
George Terry to Mrs. N. A. Bertholf—
Lot 81, Dalton Orange Grove tract $100
P. Aldcn E. Wilson to John B. Munlux—
Lot 3. Boynton tract $398
P. Victor Carlson and Anna Carlson to
Bruce Z. Smith. Frank L. Steams and
James B. Steams—L ot 7, block 106, Bub.
of rancho Provldencia & Scott tract.... slo
Louis M. Garrett and Gertrude Garrett
to Emma K. Anderson— Part lot 27, block
6, Golden Bay tract $10
John B. Miller and Carrie Uorden Mil
ler to J. H. Bensinger— Lot IK, block B,
Cook & Miller'B resubdlvislon $10
Davis Lewis Burke. Claudlne Weaver
Burke, James King Burke and Willetta
Burke to Frederick Sykes— Lot 29, block
E, Burke Bros. Flgueroa Slauson tract. slo
Dolgevllle Land Co. and San Gabriel
Wine Co. to R. R. Behlow— Lots 21, 22
and 23, block 9, sub. No. 2, Dolgeville.. slo
Same to Augusta E. Behlow— Lots 17
and 18, block 9, sub. No. 2 same $10
Same to same— Lots 19 and 20, block 9,
sub. No. 2 same $10
Same to same— Lot 8, block 1, sub. No. 1
same • $10
Same to same — Lota 27 and 28, block
9, sub. No. 2 same $10
Union Trust Co. of L. A. to Augusta
J. Dunlap— Lots 81 and 82, South Ver
mont Aye. tract $10
Robert S. Smith and Flora M. Smith to
William A. Arrlson and Thomas Arrlson
—Lot 16, Compton Aye. Villa tract ....$lO
Union Trust Co. of L. A. to Mabel B,
Strawn— Lot 7, block 4, Panorama tr $10
T. G. & T. Co. to Richard M. Eastman
and Nellie Eastman— Lot 163, Normandle
Aye. tract $10
John H. F. Peck vs. Edwin R. Fox-
Decree quieting title lot 10, Clay's subdi
vision of block 18, San Pedro $10
A. W. McPherson, Mary E. McPherson,
Dr. L. H. Case and Katharine H. Case to
D. E. Carlston— Lot 6. block 2, Erken
brecher Syndicate Santa Monica tract $10
Edson J. King to H. L. Rice— Lot 36,
block 72, Burbank $1
Clarence C. Carney to Edythe M. Car
ney—Lota 10 and 12, blk 69, Long Beach $1
Nora McCartney to Nellie E. Geer— Lot
40, McCartney's Main St. tract' $10
Moye W. Stephens, Mary HendrlcU
Stephens and Martin J. McMahon to Eva
M. Best— Lot . 8, block 4, » Bellevue A vo.
tract No. 2 $10
James Hammell and Martha M. Ham
mell to D. C. Hamm«ll-Lot 14. block 57,
H. T. Hazard's East Bide addition ..$lO
P. Alden 7. Wilson to Maud E. Sever
ance—Lot 6, Boynton tract $10
Same to Eva L. F. Peck— Lot 6, «ame
Same to Samuel Sharp— Lots land •?..
same tract $10
T. G. & T. Co. to Peter P. Valley— Lot 4,
block 2, South Woodlawn $10
Henry H. Peacock and Maud Peacock
to Wm. E. Krueger— Block 73, San Ga
briel Imp. Co $10
F. Gulllermo Domlnguez to Irving S.
Metzler— Agreement to convey SW corner
11th and Hill sts $21,500
I Henry Vander Leek and Georgle Vander
Leek to Richard J. Dillon-Lot 26, block
141, Long Beach $10
D. C. Hammell tl J. D. Parker— Lots
1 3 4 6 6 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 20 11 22 24 25 and
£6, block 67; lots 1 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 16 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 and 26, block 64;
lots 4 6 6 8 9 17 18 19 20 21 and 22, block 58.
H. T. Hazard's East Side addition ..$lO
Herman LesHel and Media M. Lessel to
Rebecca Bedford— Part lot 2, block 30,
Garvanza addition No. 1 $500
Redondo Imp. Co. to Anna Maria Yon
Rockabrandt and Louis Yon Rockabrandt
—Lot 29, block 100, Redondo Beach ....$l6O
N. R. Pierce and Anna Pierce to Jane
A. Howe— Lota 23 and 24, block 37, Long
J. W. Rogers and Mrs. Margaret Rogers
to W. M. Saint— Part lots 14 and 16,
Bridges subdivision $10
Stophen A. Steams to Henry J. Neithart
—Lot 19, block E, The Palms $10
J. Taylor Byers to John Munro — Lot
19, section 8, subdivision No. 1 of prop
erty of Porter Land and Water com
pany «t $10
William Welsh and Elizabeth C.
Welsh to Albert Campbell — Lot 37,
block C, Rose Park tract 510
Mrs. S. E. Nelson and N. P. Nelson
to Elizabeth J. Moser — Lot 7, block S,
Nadeau Orange tract $10
Rosedale Cemetery association to
Ellen L. Cash— West half of lot 100,
block D, Rosedale cemetry $100
Joseph K. Moore and Clara L. Moore
to Emil Peterson — Lots 41 and 59, block
16. Harrison, Curtis & Sweetser's sub
Equitable Trust and. Improvement
company to Otto Raasch and Augusta
Raasch — Agreement to convey lot 8,
btock 36, West Arlington Heights
Joslah Russell and Mary L. Russell
to George Love — Lot 16, block 21, Elec
tric Railway Homestead association. slo
L. W. Clark to P. W. Kauffman— Lots
9, 10 and 11, Peck's subdivision of
block 3, San Pedro $10
M. L. Wicks to S. D. Rannells — Lots
9, 10, 11 and 12, block 8, Berkeley
tract @ $10
11. L. Rice and Nancy R. Rico to
G. Stromoe — Lot 36, block 72, Bur
J. E. Brown and Bertha L. Brown to
Thomas Conneally — Lots 1 and 2, Melvy
Mary Metaler to Annie Schiebusch —
Lot 8, Metzler & Hunt's South Park
Axel Standburg and Holda Standburg
to E. E. Squires — Lot 16, Calkins' Twen
ty-third Street tract $10
M. L. Wicks to Charles M. Stlmson—
Part section 9 T 2 S R 13 W $10
Alamltos Bay Co. to L. G. Wilson— Lot
9, block 60, resubdlvislon of part of Aln
mitos Bay Townsite $10
Glendale Realty Co. to Henry Johnston
—Lot 7, block 22, Glendale $10
Amanda E. Ells to Mary A. Jensen — Lot
23, Sepulvedas subdivision of block 6, San
T. Horgan to Walter J. Horgan— Lot 7,
block 1, Boston Heights tract $10
T. G. & T. Co. to Mamie B. Wood— Lots
1 and 2, Main St. & Slauson Aye. tract $10
Alphonso E. Bell and Mlnnewa Bell to
P. Geo. Hagen — Agreement to convey lot
16, block F, Grlder & Hamilton's subdi
vision Bell tract $735
Lester L. Robinson to Laura E. Conrad
— Lot 13, block 12, subdivision No. 2,
Maria Bargas to Abraham Luevano—
Lot 8, block 24, San Gabriel $1
Stewart N. Lee and Llllle O. Lee to
Clara D. Crandell-Part lot 9, R 14tf, Al
hambra addition tract $10
Superintendent Backus yesterday issued
building permits as follows:
Avenue Fifty-six. 222 North— Mrs. N. D.
Mertens, 136 North Avenue Fifty-seven,
owner; H. C. Mertens, builder; one-story
frame barn: $200.
Avenue Sixty-four, 412 North—Hetm
sath. 1820 South Flower, owner; Albert
Schllem, builder; one and one-half-story,
live-room frame residence; $2125.
Alameda street, 400 feet north of Wash
ington — Inman, Poulsen Lumber company,
at lot, owner and builder; frame lumber
Bryan street. 819— W. J. Winnie, at lot,
owner and builder; addition to one-story
frame residence; $100.
Bartol street, 136 West— S. K. Dolphin,
729 North Hill, owner; Haegerman Bros.,
builders; one-story, five-room frame resi
Brooklyn avenue, 2934— Campbell & But
trick, 2SOI Brooklyn, owner; C. G. But
trick, builder; one-story frame building;
Bartol street, 196 West-Max Kahn. 403
Laughlln, owner; F. Z. Phllllpn, builder;
one-story, five-room frame residence;
Central avenue, 6711— John Bagley, 907
East Twenty-third, owner; J. Hanna,
builder; one-story frame residence; $100.
Douglas street, 369— E. O. Tade, 241
North Grand, owner and builder; one
story, four-room frame residence; $1000.
Ezra street. 806— C. F. McPherson, 738
Ezra, owner and builder; one-story frame
First street. 1007 West— Oscar Leusch
mer, 1012 East Adams, owner; one-story
frame store building; $200.
Folsom street, 2520— H. B. Bailey, 2535
Fairmount, owner; F. Hoffman, builder;
cne-atory, four-room frame residence;
Forty-eighth street, 439 East— Mllhouse
& Sayre, 790 Central, owner and builder;
one-story, five-room frame residence;
Fiftieth street, 243 East — Jesse N.
Baker. 228 East Forty-ninth, owner and
builder; one-story, six-room framo res
Fortieth street, 145 feet west of
Flgueroa — E. G. McKeloey, 5337 Monte
Vista, owner; D. D. Satterlee, builder;
one-and-a-half-story, seven-room frame
Forty-first street, 649 East — Mrs. L.
N. Hlnton, 206 Mercantile place, owner;
B. L. Gubser, builder; one-story, five
room frame residence, $1000.
Fifty-fifth street, 150 East — Maude
M. Spurlln, 726 South Spring, owner;
Spurlin Building company, builder;
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two-story, nine-room frame residence,
Fifty-fourth street, 121S East— F. B.
Anderson, at lot, owner and builder;
addition to one-story frame residence,
Fiftieth street, 132 West — J. and L.
Weshart, 124 West First, owners; C. B.
Welmer, builder; change store front,
Forty-sixth street, 1213 West— Julia.
Klnold, at lot, owner and builder; one
and-a-half-story, five-room frame res
Forty-first street, 780 Kast — John
Sward, 1927 Griffith, owner; J. A.
Kemp, builder; one-story, »lx-room
frame residence, $1500.
Fifty-first street, 1614 Kast— Rufus
J. Stukey, at lot, owner and builder;
addition to one-story frame residence,
Fifty-second street. 673 Kast — W. D.
Hamilton, 132 East Fifty-third, owner
and builder; one-story frame resi
Grand avenue, 704 South — S. F.
Smith, 702 South Grand, owner; B. S.
Lewis, builder; one-story brick storo
Hartford avenue, 717 — Oeorge H.
Rector, 724 Hartford, owner and build
er; two-story, thlrteen-room frame res
idence, $2800. ' MM _,
Hooper avenue, 4621 — L. M. Dafford,
owner; J. Bentan, builder; one-story,
four-room frame residence, $600.
Inez street, 3026 — H. S. Hanson, 8017
Gulrardo, owner and builder; one-story,
five-room frame residence, $1000.
Jefferson street, 1212 West— William
Jageor, 1627 Oak, owner; W. H. Wemeyer,
builder; one-story brick building; $2600.
Johnston street, 874 South— P. J. Rut
ledge at lot, owner; G. B. Gray, builder;
addition to one-story frame residence;
Lee street, 666— G. W. Carson, 670 Lee.
owner and builder; one-story frame resi
Los Angeles street, 6121 South— Mary A.
Smith, 950 Hawthorn, owner; I. I. Smith,
builder; one-story, frame shed: $130. .
Main street, 1349 South— William Pit
man, owner and builder; one-story framo
Maltman avenue, 1537— George A. Beebe,
at lot, owner and builder; one-story frame
Maple avenue, 8687— G. F. Fobs, M 7
South Bunker Hill, owner; Haegerman
Bros., builders; one-story, six-room frame
Main street, 1782 East— Alfred Stelner,
1796 East Main, owner; Jacob Smith,
builder; two-story brick store building;
Normandle avenue, 1662— Eliza Trout
man, at lot, owner and builder; repairs
to one-story frame residence; $100.
Olympian avenue, 1926— 5. C. Hall, 812
Hcllman. owner; F. W. A. Btock, builder;
one-story, four-room frame residence;
Rennlck avenue, 4427— E. Sundstrom.
owner; Eldridge & Fallstrom, builders;
one-story, five-room frame residence;
Rubio street, 1363— F. E. Thompklns,
owner; T. W. Pettlt, builder; one-story
frame residence; $100.
Spring street, 345 South— Nelson Storey,
owner: Klmball & Holtkamp, builder; new
store front; $1250.
Second street, 3235 East— Annie Buckley,
at lot, owner and builder; addition to
one-story frame residence; $476.
Second street, 3142 East— J. Bechtel, ISI
South Fresno, owner and builder; one
story flve-room frame residence; $800.
Second street, 2818 East— Paneup Bros.,
at lot, owners and builders; addition to
frame residence; $300.
Santa Cruz street, 1922— H. Marksteln,
owner; B. T. Forsyth, builder: one-story
seven-room frame residence; $1500.
Thirty-seventh street, 441 East— Lydla
H. Dye, 669 South Hill, owner; G. W.
Dye, builder; one-story frame barn; $300.
Towne avenue, 721— August Frendenberg
at lot, owner and builder: repair roof;
Twentieth street. 2338 West— O. E. Wern,
2717 Dalton. owner; Wilson & Mlllard,
builders; two-story seven-room frame
Temple street, 1062— 5. Rlgby, 1017 Tem
ple, owner; H. A. Cogswell, builder; one
story frame building; $100.
Trinity street, 2320— M. Grldley. at lot,
owner and builder; addition to one-story
frame residence; $60.
Van Ness avenue, 1644— John Hess. 2026
Mozart, owner; Hutton Hros.. builders;
one-story seven -room frame resldenoe;
Vernon avenue, 1368 East — A. L. Whit
ney, 1621 South Flower, owner; Baird &
Stone, builders; repairs to frame resi
Vernon avenue, 1368 East—A. L. Whit
ney, 1621 South Flower, owner; Baird &
Stone, builders; repair and move frame
The Japanese emperor's dally fare Is
strictly Japanese. His breakfast con
sists of bean soup and a few other
dishes but his dinner Is an elaborate
one of twenty coursss. His banquets
are European and expensive.