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LOB ANGF.LEB, Cnl.. Nov. *. 1806.
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S n.m.l 29.95 I R2 I M fNK 1 8 I Clear.
'f> p.m. l 29. M ) OT I *; IBW | 7 I t'lnudy.
Maximum temperature, 72.
Minimum temperature, to.
By Associated Press.
BAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 8.-(>enernlly
cloudy weather prevails over the Pacific
slope, except in the Interior of California,
where It In clear. Light showers have
fallen In Oregon and southern Arizona.
• The presnurfl hn* risen rapidly over
the northwestern portion of the country
and fallen over the southern plateau.
Tha temperature changes nave been
(light In all district*.
Los Angeles nnd vlclnlty-Cloudy Bntur
dny, probably showers; light west wind.
HOPE-DOEO-BUTTON - Harold Hope-
Doeg. agpd ». a native of England and
resident of Los Angeles, and Violet M.
Button, aged 2.1. a native of England
and resident of Pasadena.
tKLEINE-LAVELLE-O. J. Klelne, ageft
27, a native of Germany and resident of
Los Angeles, and Annie V. Lavrlle. aged
22, a native of California and resident
ZIMMERMAN-ROBBINS-H. H. Zimmer-
man, aged 23, a native of Missouri and
resident of Los Angeles, and Luis H.
Robblns, aged 20, a native of New Jer-
sey and resident of Los Angeles.
BAUBRAILA-LUBURA-N. J. Brtubralla,
aged 25, a native of Austria and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Nlko J. Lu-
bura, aged 24, a native of Austria and
resident of Los Angeles.
IYOUNT-LE BIHAN-W. P. Yount. aged
80, a native of Ohio and resident of
Springfield, Ohio, and Hilda E. Le Bl-
han, aged id. a native of Sweden and
resident of Lou Angeles.
McDONALD-McNEIL— A. J. McDonald,
aged 28, a native of Canada and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Kate A. Mc-
Neil, aged 26, a native of Canada anA
resident of Los Angeles.
WATKINS-McNEA— T. 11. Watklns, aged
45, a native of Canada and resident of
LOS Angeles, and Jane McNoa. aged
35. a native of Canada and jestdent of
WOLFREY-KIMBROrOH— J. R. Wol-
frey, aged 60, a native of Virginia and
resident lof Glendora, and Kate Klm-
brough, aged 62, a native of Kentucky
and resident of Glendora.
REYNOLDS-COE— W. P. Reynolds, aged
27, a native of Missouri and resident of
Los Angeles, and Louise Cop, aged 30,
a : native of Alabama and resident of
HODSON-WYLDE— S. C. Hodson. aged
23, a native of Minnesota and resident
of Los Angeles, and Jessie V. Wylde,
aged 22, a native of Illinois and resident
of Los Angeles.
THOMPSON— To John A. and wife, 1831
Bridge street, October 2i>, a son.
Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and
fembilmcrs; lady assistants. 433 S. Hill.
Tel. Main 61.
KASPARE— Sylvester, county hospital,
native of Russia, endocarditis, Novem-
ber 2, aged 41 years.
GOMEZ— Gregorla, 600 San Fernando
street, native of Mexico, anaemia,
November 2, aged 49 years.
BRESEE BROS. CO. P 2?3 ONE
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
Lady assistant a t tends 1 1 » i ri t~ nt*i/ m p
Ladies and children. UNUtK I AKFRS
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
Funeral directors, 810-812 S. Flower street.
Our lady undertaker. Miss Elizabeth
' Thompson, in attendance for women and
children day or night. Phone Main 1827;
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
UNDERTAKERS, have removed to 1031
8. Grand avenue. Phones — Main 403;
Asylum of Los Angeles Commnnderv,
No. 9, K. T., Los Angeles, Nov. 4, 1905.—
Sir Knights: You are earnestly requested
to be at Masonic Temple in full Templar
uniform Sunday afternoon, November 5,
at 1:30 sharp, to act as escort to Pales-
tine Lodge, No. 35, F. & A. M., In the
funeral ceremony of the late Sir P. C.
Bmlth of Mt. Hermon Commandery, No. 7,
of Beatrice. Neb.
By order of
FRANCIS M. PARKER, Commander.
W. B. SCARBOROUGH, Recorder.
KThe funeral services of the late Mrs. J.
M. Cowan will bo held at thu residence,
1420 Mitchell place, on Sunday. November
b, at 2 o'clock 1 il>-nds lnvltpd.
CHURCH NOTICES f
ST! PAULAS PRO-'c ATITE JDRAL^S23
South Olive street (tin- Episcopal
church nearest to the lending hotels).
The Rev. J. J. Wilklns, L>. D., den
and rector. Services 7:30, !i:3O and
11 a. m.; 7:30 p. m. The rector will
preach.- Subjects: Morning, "After
Death, What?"; evening, "The Com-
munion of Saints." Strangers cor-
dially welcome. Deslrablp sittinKS
for all sorts and conditions of men.
The rich and the poor meet together;
I the Lord Is the Maker of them all.
church, corner of Tenth and Flgueroa
Fts.— Rev. Hugh K. Walker, D. D., Ihe
pastor, will preach tomorrow at 11:00
a. ni. and at 7:30 p. m. Subjects: Morn-
Ing, "The Call of the Simple Life to the
Modern Church as an Organized Force."
Evening, "Three Great Prepositions in
the Vocabulary of Life." Tho chorus
choir will assist tn the evening service.
Strangers are especially Invited to wor-
ship with us.
THE LOS ANGELES FELLOWSHIP—
Benjamin Fay Mills, the permanent
minister, will speak at Hlanchard hall
at 11 o'clock on "The Spiritual Life."
Music by Miss Helen O. Tappe, soprano;
Alfred E. Walper. violinist, and W. D.
Phillips, tenor. All seata tree to all.
Children's church at 23:2 South Hill
street at 11. Sunday school at Fellow-
ship House, 420 West Sixth street, at 3:30.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
Hope St., near Ninth— Seats free. Rev.
Wm. Horace Day, pastor. Rev. Warren
F. Day, D. D., pastor emeritus. Mr.
Harry Clifford Lou, choir master. Mr.
Walter F. Skeele, organist. Morning
service, 11 o'clock, Dr. I>ny will preach.
Evening service, 7:30 o'clock, the pastor
will preach on "Modern Heroes of the
BROADWAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
opposite the court house. Preaching at
It a. m. by B. F. Coulter, and at 7:45
p. m. by P. C. Dlxon.
107 M. bpniid St.— Palnleaa cxtrnctlnit.
tilling, crown and bridge work, flaxlbl*
rubber plates. Pure gold tilling*. "So
up; all other fillings. Suo up; clranlr.K
teeth, tOo up; sold crowna and brldt;*
J work. 12.60 up; *ci.a teeth. 12.60 up. Also
op«n evenings and Sunday forenoons.
55! WE BACH MANJ THE WELL-
KNOWN MINNEAPOLIS DENTIST,
PERMANENTLY LOCATED, 209-210
JOHNSON BLDG., COH. 4TH AND
BROADWAY. PHONE 6S3J HOME.
jfRANK STEVENS. 3g-t* 80. HPRINU.
ATTORN EYB.AT.L AW
JJAIirtIAGE LAWS, PROPERTY
11IOHTB ADJUSTED. DAMAGE
CAHEH, COLLECTIONS MADE
QUICK. PRIVATE, LKUAL PAPERS
DHAWN AND KXKCUTKU NOTARY
PUBLIC. OPION KVKKY EVENING.
K. HAHDKBTY. KOOMH 1-2-3, 125W
I SOUTH SPRING STREET.
MARRIAOifi AND PUOIiATiS LAWS A
specialty. No tea without aucceas. & P.
MUKKV, 621 Btimson blk., cor. 3rd and
Bpilng. ' Phone tnii. Open evenloga.
fjIVUHCti LAWfaUAUVICiS H'RISK: NO
tva without success; prlvato. J. U
OMITU.Ua W. 'Itilrd at.. Huoiu ltW. I
W a », m.
HUMMEL HROB. A CO.,
A Strictly first-class, reliable agency
All kinds of help promptly furnish«J
tYour or>l -r« Solicited.
IH-11S F.ast Second street.
Between Mnln and Los Angeles ata.
Largest and best equipped offices on
the Pacific coast.
HUMMEL HROB. A CO..
lift and U« E. 2d St.
Tel«phon*«— Mnln not
Horn a MB.
WANTED— IO STRONG. KXPER-
Imced delivery boys with wheels;
mu»t know rlty thoroughly nml lv
over 14 years. Wnges in per week.
Apply to supt. at HAMUUnOERS
before 10 B. m.
SOLICITORS FOR COLLECTION
agency; none but hustlers nerd ap-
ply. Call nt room HO HOLLKNHKCK
HOTEL, between the hours of !):30
and 4 o'clock.
WANTED— CARRIERS FOR PAPER
routes Mutt have wheel or horse
find cart. 000-l snlnry. Apply CIR-
CULATION DEPARTMENT, The Her-
ald, r, p. m.
SALESMAN WANTED TO S ELL
King's River Inml on easy weekly pay-
ments. Apply to KINO'S RIVKU LAND
CO.. 304-5-"; Merchantl Trust ltlilg.
WANTED-S YOUNG MX.V 17 YEARS
old with wheels; good wages. Apply at
t24»t 24» BOITII SPRING.
Help — Female
WANTED-AT THE BOOT & SHOE
Hospital. 588 South Main. opposite
HurbHiik Theater, a wonrin to make
Help— Male and Femal*
WANTED — 10 CASi F'HOYS *OR~ GIRLS
over 14 years. Apply to supt. at
HAMBUROER'S beforo 10 n. m.
WANTED — LADY AND GENTLEMEN
solicitors: combination journal; sure
money. Call Saturday 7:30 to a p. m.
TRENTON 1 1( )TKL. room Jliy.
DO YOU WANT TO ~
BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE
real estate — lot. house, farm, ranch,
business or manufacturing: property?
List with us. We get results. Strict
attention to business. No deal too
small. See us for snaps — for homs-
makingr or investment.
A. C. GONDRING.
629 BYRNE BLDG.
WANTED— ABOUT :00 ACRES WIRE
grass cattle pasture, fenced, between Los
Angeles and the ocean. BOX 32ij, Herald
'—OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE
—DO A RENTAL BUSINESS—
—IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST TOUR PROPERTY
MINES A PARISH,
115 SOUTH HILL STREET.
WANTED— TO PURCHASE A FIVE OR
six-room cottage or bungalow, in the
southwset part of city. Please give
terms and address BOX 2!», Herald
WANTED— SEVEN OR EIGHT-ROOM
house with modern Improvements and
furnace heat. Located on West side on
high ground. Apply P. O. BOX »n:>.
To Purchase — Miscellaneous
WANTED— IOOO OLD* FEATHER BEDS;
highest cash prices paid. Address A. B.
MACK, general delivery.
WANTED — DEALERS AND PAPER-
hansrers to write for sample hooks of
burlaps, shades, wallpnpor. paints, etc.
WALTER BROS., 6Si S. Spring.
WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH.
A splendidly paying business; JSO.ono
sales last year; proiitH about 25 per
cent net. Get details at our ofllce,
BASSETT & SMITH. L. A. R. 8.,
202 M; So. Broadway.
WALTER PAINTS HOUSES.
When you do bunking or insurance
business you look Into ihe responsi-
bility of the institution. Why not bo
when you havu your house painted,
go to WALTER BROS., i! 27 S. Spring.
FOR SALK— TYPICAL COUNTRY GEN-
era] store. $«.VKi stork. Salos over $40,000
per year. Fine profits. Fine location in
this valley. No agents need reply. Ad-
dress BOX .». Herald office.
FOR SALE— DRY GOODS BUSINESS,
established 9 years: will net I'SOOO a
year; will sell at inventory. This is
first-class. A. H. GREGG & CO.. 715-
71 C Bryson blk. Home W2l.
for sale— good" nisi n ks's; team,
two wagons and hameßß. Make me an
offor; apply 421 MOI.IXn ST., Homo
FOR SALE— A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
Los Angeles Colle(,-u of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address BOX IUS
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE ASK YOUR
LOST AND =OL'ND
LOST-ON MAIN ORI.THIRTY.FIRST
street, lady's Rold watch anil chain.
Liberal reward if r-Murnrrl to J. F.
OOOIIKNOW. \fl Weft Pic.i sti-ffpt.
dr. ani7~mrbT~carter success-
fully treat all feraalt discuses and Ir-
regularities; 20 years experience; cua-
sultation free. Hours, X a. m. to i p.
in.: Sundaya, 10 to 12 v. ni. 204 MKR.
PANTILE PLACE, over 543 S Spring
BO UTHKRN HOME FOK~ LaTJlk^ DUX-
Ing confinement; homes for children
IJR. C. 10. SMITH. Til lifllnvu* ,«
To). Main S3C4.
JULIAN MACRAUJ TJLKCTIUCIAN^
Mental and nervous diseases. 103U S.
HOPE. Home 4004.
DR TA YLOR- FEMALE - SPECIALIST
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER.
Main st. ,
PALMISTS AND MeDIUMS
■ KkJpTtTi lTprpH TchTiTm kT Jl 0 m7»49
South Hill St., hand, card or clairvoy-
ant readings dully, 25c; uatlsfuctlon or
no puy. Hundrcda ot plcusid patrons.
Lectures every Wednesday und Friday
evening. Admission to lecturus. 16c,
PROF. IRA L. GUILFORD. PHRENOL-
ogIst, psychic, palmist. Both hands re-ul
tills week, 25c. lieferenceH: A hundrxtl
thousand Liih AnKt'leH puuple. Free lec-
ture Monday evening, Brent's hall. Of-
_flce 1 _341',4 S. SPRING.
DH. Oil EX N , CLX 1 K VOYANT— BTjsf-
ness medium; uatiufactlnn given; test
circles U'i iln, Hday evenings, 8 o'clock,
25c. Room 10. 11!)',), S. HPltl.Nt; HT.
MRS. I'AHKKH, PALMIST -»M> ULAITT
voyant. H:»M, SOI) Hl'ltlNO ST. Room 15
Wllcox Building, deals In bonda, mort-
tagea and other tlrst-claas securities,
.oatis negotiated at lowest market
rates. If you wish to lend money on
first motgages 1 can place It for you
aufely and at a fair rats of Interest.
Reference: First National liunk, Lu*
Angelic National Bunk,
LO3 ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1905.
The Needs of the Public we aim
Though our RENTAL DEPARTMENT
Ro won't you come 'round and let
To select n I'l.icc for You?
l"l> 1.1.l A MIIIMII,
.Til «nn(h Hill Xtrrrt.
FOR RENT— I4-STORY COTTAOE ON
Griffith nvo. car line, R rooms, sink In
kitchen; fine chnd* trees; plnca for
chicken*. IW7 E. JEFFERSON ST.
TO LET-fS-ROOM, 2-HTOHY HOUBK. »»,
Including tvntrr; R33 Kohler street
TIIOB. J. HAMPTON, 119 8. llroadway.
L. A. R. H.
IF YOU ARB LOOKING FOR TUB
best piii-n in Loa Anuelen to room
nnd board, call nt $06 S. Bunkar Hill;
highest elevation In city; a nice, quint
homa. newly furn!»h»d nnd horn*
rooking. Take Angel's Flight, then
go two blocks we*F. Rates low for
FOR RKNT-NICELY FURNISHED
sunny room* In private family. Large
ground* nnrl all convenience.*. IS mlh-
ulen from l*t and Broadway. 2536 EAHT
FIRST ST.. corner Flckett. Boyle
Height*. Phone Home 41241.
ROOMS TO LET.
$4.00, big. single room, *tenma heat,
new; Court Terrace. Elevator at 207 N.
COURT TERRACE, 3)7 N. RROADWAY;
elevator to top floor; walk through to
Court terrace: new management; refur-
nished; first class; rooms, suites, apart-
_m_ents; stenm heat
TO LET — MODERN FLATS — WATER
$10 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
$12— 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
$12— 3 rooms. 334 S. Figueroa.
$14 — 3 rooms, 334 S. Flgueroa, fur-
$16 — 5 rooms, 1013 W. Diamond.
$I(j_r, rooms. 1016 W. Ist.
}lli— 4 rooms. 312 W. Ist.
$16 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, fur-
$1S — 3 rroms, 218 N. Fremont, fur-
W IEBEN DANGE R, 221 La ujr hlln B Id.
FOR $16 YOU CAN RENT 3 ROOMS,
rooms, completely furnished, new, ele-
gant; housekeeping; gas range, bath,
telephone, hot water; close In. 334
SOUTH FIGUEROA. $10 unfurnished;
also 204 NORTH FREMONT, $10 unfur-
APARTMENTS TO LET.
3-room Apartment, $20; 4-room, $25 to
$50. Court Terrnce. Elevator at 207 N.
BROADWAY. Steam heat.
Stores and Offices
TO LET— SEA'ERAL BEAUTIFULLY
decorated warerooms, each 33x75 feet;
well lighted, clean and airy; choice
central location. Freight and passenger
elevator service. Unusually good quar-
ters for wholesale millinery, tailor. Jew-
eler or any light manufacturing busi-
ness. Apply 345-347 SOUTH SPRING
MONEY TO LOAN
KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN
SUMS TO SUIT AT CURRENT
JAMES B. THRELKELD,
201 FAY BLDG., 826 W. THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN 193,
_NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, 'vlthout employer's knowledge
and without fndorsers; easy payments,
positively lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to
6:30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.,
61S-629 Chamber ol Commerce bldg.
ANY AMOUNT Ol< FURNITURE,
pianos, household goods, machinery,
etc., If stored In our new fireproof wars-
house. Ofllce $22 8. Main. COLTEAR
WAREHOUSE CO.. Phono Main 1117.
R. W. PUIIVDEXTEn, JO9 WIIXOX
Illdß-. loans money on real catate,
stocks and bonds. nulldlntT loan* •
MONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH. 319 & 320 Douglae bldg., will
lend money on city or county real eslatn.
Massage, electric, tub, vapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 225 ft W.
First. Homo 8809.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
vapor tub baths and massage, alcohol
and oil rubs. 218 N. MAIN ST., office
11. Open Sundays.
THE BADEN BATHS— STEAM AND
herb baths, electric treatments cure
Instantly and magnetic treatments.
218 N. MAIN, room 12.
BON TON BATH PARLORB-MEDI-
Ciitod baths, magnetic massage and salt
glow; hours 10 to 12 p. m. 703V4 SOUTH
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS— NO SUN-
day treatment; office hours, !) to 9.
223 W. SECOND ST., rooms 213-215.
Home 222 D.
SULPHUMK, VAPOR. ELECTRIC, TUB
baths, massage, chiropody. Formerly
SI6V4 Spring 701H S. BDWY. Main 8133.
32*1 SOUTH HILL— VAPOR AND TUB
baths, massage for colds, rheumatism,
nervousness. Open every day. Room 9.
MANICURING. TIEDICATED VAPOR
and tub baths, massage. 245^ S.
SPRINT, ST.. 3d floor, suite 26.
FOR A GOOD TUB OR VAPOR BATH
and massage go to 738H SOUTH
GRAND AYE.; phone 6660.
BATHS. FoRMFRLY 720 SO. BROAD-
way. removed to 612 So. Broadway, R.
10. Electric treatments.
THE ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 2?0
l'r.inklln st.; new management, new
holp; open evenings.
I SATII AND MASSAGE— BITITK 6 &1,
1610V4 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
BATHS— 3O9 W. TEMPLE ST. ROOM
2. Phone Home 6076.
4i:.',4 SO. SPRING "~BT.-SHAMPOOINO,
Slightly damaged shades, 26c.
Our burlaps are heavier than otn-
era und can be pasted; 76 Inches (not
72) natural. 20c; 36 inches dyed, 16c;
40 inches dyed, 20c; Just the thing for
between chair rails. Moldings 2a
liest paint, $1.50 per gallon. •
I3lg reduction in wall paper.
Try our enamels — they make things
shine like a mirror.
Glazing and painting/.
627 South Spring St.
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
TUWNaKNU, LYON." iIACKLKV'^i
PATENTS OMTAINUD IN ALL COUN-
trie*; trademarks and copyrights regis-
tered; put nit, trademark and copyright
suits In all courts. ROOMS 501-7, Mer-
chants' Trust Company building. Tele-
phonea. Home 8181. Bunset Mala 9129.
HAZARD & HAUPHAM, PATBNTH.
Pioneers HPItING A 6TH. Book fra«.
Planoa rented at low rates. A. G.
GAHDNUR PIANO JiOUBK. Ltd., Ul
Wlnaten at Tel. UUck 2221; Uoo>« «!»»,
At the Good Results
Herald Liners Will
MINING AND ASSAYING
ASSAYINO NIOHT SCHOOL— NOW IN
session. WADE * WADE, lit Eaat
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASIC YOUR
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 522 South
Main. Phones Main 1117: Home 2161
LA DI EsT^MA^IRTE^TIADn^S^SOME^
thing new and useful. Agents wanted.
Enclose stamp for reply. DR. C
CHARLES. P. O. Box 820, Los An-
geles. Cal. ___^
342 SECOND HAND lIICYCLES
nnnlril at 342 K. Ist at. Bring: your
whfclw nnil net your minify,
-Notice of Ihe Annual Meetlns; of the
The annual meeting of the stock-
holders of the Provident Mutual Build-
ing Loan association will be held at
the office of the association, 135 South
Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., on Tues-
day, the 21st day of November, 1905, at
7:30 o'clock in the evening, for the
purpose of electing directors and for
the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the meet-
ing. By order of
L. W, BLINN, President.
J. M. HUNTER, Secretary.
Sealed proposals will be received at
ofllce of Treasurer Pacific Branch, N
H., D. V. S., Soldiers' Home, Los An-
geles County, Cal., until 12 o'clock m.
on the following dates, and then opened
for furnishing and delivery of supplies
under Current Expenses, Subsistence,
Household, Farm and Clothing, Decem-
ber 2. 1905: Hospital, December 4, 1005.
and Repairs, December 6, 1905, in ac-
cordance with Instructions and specifi-
cations, copies of which, with blank
proposals and other Information may
be had upon application to T. J. Coch-
TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS IF SOLD
soon, as owners are leaving the city
and properties must be sold at once.
One 6-room cottage In Bonnie Brae
district, large rooms, modern, first class
in every particular, nice home, worth
J4OOO. Can be bought for considerable
less if taken at once. Nice lot 50x125,
everything in first class condition and
lovely home. Must be seen to be ap-
preciated. Also one seven-room cottage
with nice lawn in front and all kinds
of fruit In the rear. A lovely home.
Can be bought for $2900, easy terms,
mortgage on property now for 11200 at 5
pe' cent, balance can be arranged to
suit purchaser. Owner Is leaving the
city and does not want to rent prop-
erty, and will give good terms. This
is a nice home and worth more money.
Como in and I will show you these
J. A. MORLAN A CO.,
202 Fay Bldg., Third and Hill Sts.
TO OWN A HOME
is here. Let us prove this statement
to you by explaining our methods of
home payments. We are convinced
that we have the most practical as
well as the most economical system
by which any one in moderate cir-
cumstances may own a home,
wksterx urn. him; co,.
403 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE — THOROUGHLY MOD-
ern and handsomely appointed
bungalow of 6 rooms. This is
located on Vermont avenue,
near West Adams street; the
lot Is 60x150 and faces two
streets; the location will tell
you that this Ik a good invest-
ment as well as an excellent
home place. Price $4000; $500
down and UO monthly. Pho-
tograph may be seen at our
office. JO.M2N A RYDUK
LAND CO., aIS W. Third St.
FOR SALE— FOR
I* HMO — New 5-room modern cottage,
close In; $200 cash and 918 monthly.
f/2aoo— New 6-room bungalow cot-
tage, near Arlington and 16th; S3OU
cash and monthly.
•2630 — *.2»o cash and $20 monthly,
new 5-room cottage In University
O. 11. .lONKS A CO.,
117 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE-NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE,
lot 60x160, good location, two blocks
from car line. Price $2350; 1300 cash,
New 6-room oottage, modern, lot 40x
135. H block from car line. Price $1000;
%i\M cash, |:'O per month.
DHVISNS A LAWmSNCB,
227 I.uuutiliu Illdg., 815 8. lldnnr-
Home Phone 8321.
fruit SALE— A SNAPI ;
We will build you a neat 5-room cot-
tage or bungalow, with the best por-
calaln plumbing, tinted walls, pol-
ished floors, china cloaet, cement
walks and lighting fixtures for
ONLY $1000— CASH OR INSTALL-
WHITING. THOMPSON A CO.,
Home phone 1075. »3« Byrna Bldg.
TWO-ROOM HOUSE ON CORNER LOT,
45x135 feet deep, for $750; $260 cash, bal-
ance $10 per month; 2-room house, cor-
ner lot, on car line, lot 38x125 feet,
$1000; $000 cash, balance $10 per month;
4-room house with bath, sink, lawn,
owner going east, will sell for actual
cost, $1100, $300 cash, balance to suit.
J. E. McCORMICK, 429 West 7th. Home
Vermont avenue; 87 lots, half mile from
Blauson avenue. Well, windmill, tank,
etc.; $12,000 worth of Improvements,
Here is a chance to make aome money.
O. 11. JONKH & CO., 117 B. llroadway;
Home llgl; Main 84.
Let me show you the best 2-story, 7-
room house In city for the money. Good
GKO. M. I3ABTON, Owner,
Horn* 6m 1W W. Bo veil th at.
rOR SALE '*
WITH VERY FINK LIVINO ROOMB.
We hava a number of different resi-
dence* for Kale in th« WeailnUe section,
somewhat slmllAr In «lac and construc-
tion, hoiiiaes all containing nine rooma,
finely built home* and very fine appear-
ABOUT THEJUTVINO ROOM.
Whlla the living rooms In each nt
these housfl* nre not exact duplicates,
they nre so much alike thnt this on«
description will jive you a correct IdM
of s.ll of them. They are finished In an-
tique oak, tmneled flve feet high, with »
beautiful wooden frleie; there Is a force
circular bay window, very handsome old
frold brick mantel, woodwork of which
s ornamented with burnt design. Bet
In one of the pnnals of the mantel Is a
painting of the Santa Barbara Mission.
which add* much to the benuty of tha
mantel; the fixtures are In mission style;
a very attractive room nnd on« that
would appeal to almost everyone looking
for a home.
Each of the houses has nn onk cn-
tranc«, with art and plate glass win-
dows; floors downstairs are hard wood,
upstairs rock maple; built-in window
seats and coiy corners and very flnn
buffets; beamed ceilings nnd paneled
walls. Grounds are all nicely made t.p.
You will be surprised at the low figures
we can quote you on every one of ih«*«
residences. The exact locations are,
103 i) Alvarndo, 1033 Alvnrado, 1148 Mag-
nolia, 1144 Magnolia. When you nre out
today make It a point to go around
and see theso houses.
234 LAUOHLIN BLDO.
MAIN 263. HOME EX. 265.
nEAUTIPIfI, SOUTHWEST LOCA-
ONLY «300 DOWN AND *20
This Is not a new house
but has Just been repapered
and painted, and will make a
most desirable little home. Two
bed rooms upstairs, and a
charming balcony, where many
a plearant evening mny be
spent. Fine large lot 50x140,
and very desirably located on
West 27th street. Considering
the location, there Is excep-
tional value In this plac« at the
price we are asking for it;
JONES A RYDEn I.AM) CO.,
Ground floor, 218 W. Third Street.
NICE COTTAGE, BUNGALOW EFFECT.
(3000 — A new 6-room cottage on 38th
St., near Budlong; parlor and dining
room have the Flemish oak finish and
cove ceilings, brick mantel, nice buffet,
S bedrooms, 2 finished in natural pine,
one in white enamel; nice kitchen and
bath; a small cottage In rear that Is
rented. If you are looking for a bargain
in this locality come and see about this.
303-4 Fay Bldg., corner Third and Hill.
Members L. A. Realty Board.
_______ „- ____. _
Residence completely furnished, par-
lor white enameled, brick mantel; din-
ing-room Flemish oak, sideboard, elab-
orate pass pantry, large kitchen, gas
range. Instantaneous heater, screen
porch, laundry tub, W. C. and brick
cellar: library cathedral oak, elegant
mantel, bookcases, seats; center hall
front and back stairs. large front porch
and lawn; 75- foot frontage; upstairs, 4
bedrooms, elegant bathroom, 2 porches,
high-class restricted neighborhood;
southwest. T. WIESENDANGER. 221
FOR ' SALE— IF YOU ARK LO~Ol£
lna; for a close in property we
would like to show you this
new and modern 5-room cot-
tage which we are offering at
J3200; $500 down and $20
monthly. On Crocker street,
near 11th street, where you are
not only close to the business
district, but you are also con-
venient to several Rood car
lines. Photograph may be seen
at our office. JONES A RYDER
LAND CO., iIH W. Third St.
JlBsO— - 4-room and bath. Melrose City
Boundary Tract; $250 cash, balance
$1850— 4-room and bath. 58th street, near
Moneta. }3SO cash, balance easy.
$1950— Cor. Figueroa and 58th. $450 cash,
balance on terms.
the McCarthy company,
203 N. Broadway.
Phoneß: Home 8737—29171—29108.
TOR A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE
IB OUR FIGURE.
Anything else you want at th*
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 refar
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 7668. 713 B. Broadway.
FOR SALE— HANDSOME 7-ROOM
built In modern Swiss chnlet
style, and equipped with
every modern convenience and
utility that the market affords.
Beautifully finished, and ar-
ranged In a most pleasing and
artistic manner. Price $4250;
$500 down and $20 monthly.
Photograph may be seen at our
ofTice. JONES A ItYDER
LAUD TO., 818 W. Third St.
FOR SALE— YOUR CHOICE OF 4 AND
6-room, new and modern cottages,
from $1500 to $2000 on easy terms.
Large lots from $250 up, easy pay-
ments. Homes to suit you In all
parts of the city. Choice suburban
acreage at $500 per acre. We have
some excellent close In business
property Investments for easy money.
LOS ANGELES RKAI.TY CO.,
414 Bryaon Block.
S3OOO. $300 DOWN, $25 PER MONTH.
This is a large, roomy 6-room cottage,
situated on one of the best streets in
the city. The lot is 50x160, facing cast.
It will stand wear. Harmoniously fin-
R. A. BURTON REALTY CO.,
416-418 Laughlln Bldg.
315 S. Broadway.
" snaps! snaps.
will sacrifice $300 to get
cash. 5-room modern cottaok:
lot 10x160 to alley, north op
14th and west of and close
to central avenue. prick
for a few days $2700; worth
AT LEAST $3000.
R. E IBBETBON & CO.,
Sl6 TRUST BLDO.
FOR BALE- A 6NAP-BIX LARGE
room oottage on Thirtieth street,
clone to Mapla avenue: lot 50x130; ar-
ranged for two families; very cheap
and good terms, or will trade for good
vacant lots or small ranch near Glen-
COOPER St CUDDEBACK,
218 S. Broadway. Room 237.
FOR SALE— S- ROOM COTTAOK CLOSK
In on Wlnfleld street, newly. palnteU
and decorated, and in flrit-claas
shape. Prict) $3200; $300 down and
the balance in small monthly pay-
ments. .lON UN * itVUKH LAND
CO., ground Hour, BIS W. Third St.
FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. ON
Kast 46th St.; lot 44x124; $1800, $400 cash:
5-room house, lawn, flowers, street work
done, clohb to Central, $1500; a bargain.
J. 10. McCORMICK, 429 West 7th. Home
A BARGAIN-4-ROOM MODERN COT-
tage, new, close to Central Aye.; lot
60x135; chicken yard, ahed, lawn, flow-
era, etc.: mice $1600, $400 cash. J. E.
McCORMICK, W Went 7th. Home
FOR HALE-P.Y OWNKR, WHO 13
lenvin* city, strictly modern, five-room
eottnge, nil Improved, near university.
A bargain If tnken nt once. Bee owner,
703 W. iSTII BT.
City Lots and Lands
The tracts that nre sura to trebla tn
value Inside of one yonr; hundreds t.t
houses being erected; beat noil, purest
water; best enr service and nenrest In
property for th» money In Greater Lo»
Angeles. Wa con sell choice lota nt 5454
■na up on easy Installments. What
we hay* done for hundreds of
other* we will in tor you. Before
buying tnks East 12th street nnd Hoo-
per nvenua cars south on Spring str««t
to 46th nnd Ascot nve or 51st nnd Ascot
aye. Agents there nt nil times. Offlca
open Sunday*. Headquarter* for Ver-
non real cstnte. For maps and full In-
GRIDER 8 MILTON
225 W. SECOND BT.
$20 AND $10
$20 AND $10
$20 AND $10
« PER CENT INTEREST.
$20 AND $10
$20 AND $10
$20 AND $10
STRONG A DICKINSON'S
SOUTH HOLLYWOOD TRACT NO. 1
TRACT JI'ST OPENED
GROUND FLOOR PRICES
60 FOOT LOTS
$275 $325 $450 $500
BE ADVANCED SOON.
FIRST-CLASS STREET WORK
ABUNDANCK OF WATER.
INVESTIGATE AT ONCE.
TAKE COLEGROVK CAR
ON 4TH AND BROADWAY,
GET OFF AT OUR OFFICE,
COR. MOUNTAIN VIEW AVENUE
AND SANTA MONICA AVENUE
AGENT ON TRACT
OR CALL AND SEE
FRANK D. EDIE,
MANAGER OF TRACT.
PHONE 1273 135 S. BROADWAY
STRONG & DICKINSON.
Buy Jbu Boyle HeJglhts
Where it's nice, high nnd healthful;
largre lots 50x150 from $150 up; terms
very easy, between 2 car lines, 5 cent
fare; the best buy for a home or in-
The Greater Los Amigeles
433 Huntington Bldg.
SITUATED WHERE MEN MUST
THE RICH CREAM OF THE LAST
ON BROOKLYN AYE., OPPOSITE
. CUMMINGS STREET. TWELVE MIN-
UTES' RIDE. STREETS GRADED
AND GRAVELED, CEMENT WALKS,
CITY WATER, GAS AND ELEC-
LOTS $750 AND UP.
CHAS. McKENZIE CO.,
409 H. W. HELLMAN BLDG.
MEMBERS L. A. R. B.
MAIN 5561, HOME 39i>2.
FOR SALE— BUY IN THE WESTERN
avenue section between Wllshlre bouls-
vard and Hollywood; destined to be the
choicest residence section of the city;
now at the very beginning of develop-
ment; the same chances as were offered
in the Westlake district a few years
ago. We can sell you largo, level lotß
60-ft. front, on Improved streets at prices
from $450 up. Terms in aome cases as
low as $50 down, balance monthly. Take
Colegrove car to Western avenue, to our
branch office and investigate fully.
CHARLES S. MANN,
325 West Fourth St.
Branch office— Western Avenue and
Colegrove car line.
FINELY. IMPROVED LOTS
Close to Huntlngton's new
Them- lot* nr<- $2011 chrnppr than
anything in the neighborhood,
1 blk. from S. Park aye. car.
Only n few of them.
Come and get one.
W. F. THORNE & CO., Owners.
Home 1684. Room 311, 218 S. Bdway.
$580 FOR MI-FOOT LOTS
In beautiful Hollywood, corner
Center st. and Sunset boulevard,
cement curbs, sidewalks, streets
graded, oiled; elegant surroundings;
protective building restrictions. You
can not get such values for your
money elsewhere. Agent on tract.
Take Hollywood car to office, corner
Vermont and Prospect; 5c fare.
221 Laughlln Bldg.
Have some very choice lots oft Fig-
ueroa; stone entrance gateways; fully
Improved; easy terma.
SO. OAL. REAL ESTATE! INV. CO.,
Suite 604 Pacific Electric Bldg.
' 2100— Both Phones— 2loo
For Sale — Choice suburban lots;
fine business property at a great big
bargain sure; fine investment. Don't
miss it or you will regret It: come
and Investigate. Five-room modern
cottage, corner; large lot; prlco
$1700; good buy: also choice lots in
beautiful Colegrove with trees on
them, $375 each. Come In.
11I3NT1IAM A PAHNSWOHTII,
627 Chamber of Commerce.
S7SO. $750. $750.
Bartlet St., near Centennial; lot 45x
100; worth $1000: must be sold.
W. H. OBEAR.
402 Johnson Hldg.
CHOICE I,OT IN SOUTHWEST
Close to Vermont - avenue, 60x184.
Price $200. Will be sold on terma to
Butt. Nice lot for home people; big
enough for chickens, cow and garden.
Water piped; two electric line*. See
EMIL FIHTII, Owner,
411-417 Laughlln IlldK., 318 S. ll.l.vny.
LA I" A UK ~
LOTS S3OU TO *r.OO.
Th* Very Sufc.t lnvestweat.
..Property uilviiueluic every clny la this
ROSS « LIXD9I3Y,
814 11. W. in-lluian lll.lac-
I'liouc— lluiue 7UIIX Mala 4823.
SBOO. $800. $800.
Toluca Bt., near Ist, fine high lot, 40x
120 to alley, Worth $1000. Clone In;
l«aa than 1 mile from the Court liouae,
W. H. OU BAR,
401-g Johnson Bldg.
City Lots and Lands
lotsi Tots! i,ot«i i.otsi
IN EVERY fIKCTION; BARGAIN
MST TO CHOOSE FROM; HOME-
•KRKERS FIND LOWER PRICES
AND INVESTORS GET TIIK ItKST
ON THE MARKET BY COMING
lI ERR DIRECT.
KMIL FlftTll (Owner),
411-417 l.iumlilln ItM*., illft *. fliiway.
I'bnnMi llnmr HIPS, Mnln 3543.
LOT SfiVixlffi ft. ON 8. HILL HT., IM-
prt-ved with a 20-room houn*, only
$1500 ft front foot. Southwest corner on
Hill St., lot 58x133 feet, with n 10-room
house, $19,000. J. E. McCORMICK, 429
West 7 th. Home phone lfiKl.
FOR BALE— THE BEST CORNER ON
between the Arcade depot nnd Main
street.- If you nre looking for some-
thing In this location it will pay you
to call In and consult me.
Phono 6921. 304 Mason Bldg.
FOR SALE— BUSINESS PROPERTY-
Improved and paying 8 per cent. Un-
usually good opportunity to Invest small
capital of $15,000 In property paying per-
manently 8 per cent on present invest- I
ment. but will grow into much largo '
value In near future. Occupied by manu-
facturing concern which is permanent
and will take long lease.
SMITH & ASTON, W Laughlln Bldg. pjj
SANPEDHO ST. CORNER
Northeast corner Eleventh and SaD
Afrrntn kindly list nt 910,000.
For particulars call up
M. L. MeKEEVER,
(Ground floor) 223 W. Second St.
Phone 8103 or Red 2807.
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASK YOUR
FOR SALE - DO XOU WANT TO BE
known as 'Mr. New Rich 1 "/ If go, come
in and take advantage of a phenomenal
offer on some Tulare county land; a
country where alfalfa grows higher
than your head. The party who owns
this land must have money this week
and is going to make a sacrifice that
will stnrtle you when you ask tho price.
BROWN & WOODS, 317 Fay.
A GREAT SNA Pi
Twenty-five acres, about twelve
miles from Los Angeles: eighteen
acres In fu'il-bearlng vineyard, bal-
ance apricots and prunes; good
twelvo-lnch well. Price only $3500,
terms, for a few days.
COOPER A CUDDEBACK,
21S South Ilruadnray, Room 237,
FOR SALE— S4O,OOO; VALENCIA OR-
anPTB grove at Covlnn, which netted,
above nil expenses, $8500 in 1904 and
$9300 !n 1905, over 20 per cent on
price asked, which Includes crop
worth $12,000. L. M. I'll ATT, 608
Laugrhitn Bldg. "Headquarters for
Oranpo. Groves." Member L. A.
FOR SALE— SBOOO; STOCK RANCH IN
Riverside county near Corona; 125
acres, 40 in alfalfa, 40 In grnin. 40 In
pasture; abundant water absolutely
free: house, large barn, stock, Imple-
ments, etc. Only JB4 an acre; easy
terms. L. M. PRATT, 608 Laughlin
Bldg. Member L. A. Realty Board.
ORANGE GROVES- '
If you are looking for a 10-acre Valen-
cia orange orchard that will pay 40 por
cent per year on the Investment, see
A. H. GREGG & CO.,
Home 6421. 715-716 Bryson Block. .
FOR SALE— ALL tCINDS OF STOCK
ranches, large and small, with or
COOPER & CUDDEBACK,
Room 237. 218 South Broadway.
FOR ALTADENA ACREAGE SEE L. M.
PRATT, 60S Laughlln Bldg.
MaJ. John H. Norton, Owner.
Lo» Ancelea Trunt Co., Truatee.
On Wllahlre bonlevnrd, betweea
Bronson avenue and Wilton place.
Inalde the rlty llmlta, and one mile
Aduma and Arlington. Lota leaa
than half the price.
Building; restriction*. $3000, (3500,
S2S-320 Bradbury lltilldlne.
FOR SALE — — — i— -
s6oo0 — 32 acres, 4-room house, fine
barn, well 252 ft., one 4-Inch and one
7-inch well; family orchard, 8 acres
$1850 — 2V4 acres, all In grapes, 3-
room house; 7 shares of water.
$1500 — House and two lots, $500
cash; terms on balance.
$1200 — 4-room house, half cash.
See James Loomls, with
304 Mason Building.
SOME CHOICE ACREAGE BETWEEN
the city and Redondo, right on the car
line in 3 and 6 acre tracts; water on thu
lots under good pressure; a bargain.
ROSS & I.INDSEY. 314 H. W. Helfinan
Bldg.; phones Home 7662, Main 4822.
FOR SALE — '"'
FIVE ACRES SOUTH MAIN ST, !
A nice piece of land fronting on
. South Main street, partly Improved;
fine well and the very best water;
would make a good suburban home;
cash and terms. •» ■--, ' ■
J. A. MORLAN A CO.,
202-203 Fay Bids;.
FOR SALE— FORTY ACRES FOR SUB-
A fine piece of land, nicely located
near the city limits and close to the .
proposed Moneta aye. car line; will cut
up to good advantage, and ready sale
for the lots; this is a fine buy; will
give terms. *
J. A. MORLAN & CO.,
202-203 Fay Building.
FOR SALE— — — -—
Seven acres of land close to the
city and just right to cut up in lots;
proposed car lino will pass the prop- I
erty. This Is a good buy and a
chance to make some money.
J. A. MOItLAIV A CO.,
aoa-ao;* Fay nid».
mcdonald & btott, ~
300-10 Lankershim Building. •
Owners and dealers In real estate who
have properties for sale or exchange
will find it decidedly to their advan-
tage to corao in and have a talk
We can handlo property located In
any part of the United States. Wo
now have calls for New York, Chicago
property; also Income cottage property
at Ocean Park.
We have thu best trader In the United '
States; it meuns dollars to you to make
We handle municipal, state and • '
county bonds of the highest standard. .
We buy and sell mines.
We will give you quick action and !
honest treatment whether you are v
buyer or seller; come in and see us.
mcdonald & stott,.
309-10 lankershim Hldg.Tls^H
Cor. id & Spring Bta. ,
Home Phone 4748.
Sunset Main 4503.