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1,08 ANQELEB. C«l., Dec. 2, IW._
rTmrrrtarrrTfi. | R lUWhui|Vel | Weather
B"s.m.| *n.&fT~4!» I 4t I NX I » in**?
Sp.m.j 30,14 I 62 | M | W 1 3 IC'londy
Maximum temperature, <W.
Minimum temperature, 45.
SAN FRANCISCO. D»c. 2.— Th<> pres
»ur* contlmton high over the western half
of tho country. Cloudy wenther with
ruin la reported In Oregon «.nrt Wash
ington. High northwest winds ore. re
ported at the mouth of tho Columbia
}lr*vy frosts occurred Saturday morn-
Intf In the Interior nf California.
Conditions ore favorable for cloudy
weather Sunday nvrr n lnrgn portion or
the stni" with light cast winds, changing
t.o* Angeles nnrl VlclnltJ — Cloudy, un
settled won I her Bnnilny; light northeast
winds, rlinnglng to Hn'itliWf-wt.
R.\LPH-Ri:LE-Francl9 A. Ralph, nged
111, a native of Colorado and resident of
Los Angeles, and Lillian H. Rule, nged
-'7, a natlvo of England nnd resident of
HARNES-CUSTER— HnIIIo Barnes, nged
10, a native of Kansas nnd resident Of
Irfin Angeles, und Marian Ouster, nged
19, a native of Nebraska, and resident of
lIADLEY-CONTACRAS-Oeorgo 11. Had-
ley, nged 29, a native of Canada and
resident of Los Angeles, and Ella Con-
taoras, ngod 84, n native of California
and resident of Los Angeles.
FRYBBUHER-BELL-Ernest C. Fryber-
ger, agod 22, a natlvo of Kansas and
resident of Los Angeles, ami Jennie I.
Bell, nged £0, a natlvo of Kansus and
resident of Los Angeles.
STEPHICNS-STIMHOX— W. A. Stephens,
nged 2fi. a native of California and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Jessie M. Stlm-
non, aged 23. a natlvo of California and
resident of LO9 Angeles,.
.WARNER-WILSON— Percy Ij. Warner,
nged 25, a native of Kansas rind resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Agnes L. Wil-
son, aged 24, a native of Pennsylvania
and resident of I«o» Angeles.
FORCE-H WALTON — James C. Force,
ngpfl 87. ft native of Missouri and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, v.nd Cynthia L.
Healton, aged 23, a native of Indiana
and resident of Whlttler.
KELLOGG- WILSON-W. M. Kellogg,
aged 60, a natlvo of Pennsylvania nnd
resident of Watts, and Marian B. Wil-
son, aged 30. a native of Indiana and
resident of Watts.
BQUIRCS — To Howard and wife, 2007
Ocean View avenue, December 2, a
ANDERSON — To Royal and wife, 1737
Vermont avenue, November 29, a girl.
RUS3ELL — To Francis James and wife,
624 South Daly streot, November 16,
BRYDON — To R, S. and wife, 208 West
Avenue Fifty-four, November 17, a
McMACKTN — To L. N. and wife, 1051
Wei»t Thirty-ninth streot, Novembe»
13, a girl.
Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and
embalmcrs; lady assistants. 433 8. Hill.
Tel. Main 61.
HOPCROFT— EffIfi R., 852 Gladys, na-
tlvo of Missouri, tuberculosis, Decem-
ber 1, aged 22.
PAUL — Fredle, Pacific hospital, native
•if California, tuberculosis peritonitis,
December 2, agod 7.
COLLTNS — Ooraldlne, 1424 West Thir-
tieth, native of New York, tubercu-
losis. December 2. aged 20.
BELL — David, 2012 Flgueroa street, 11a-
tlye <>r Illinois, peritonitis, December
2. agfd 41.
CARXtNE— Herbert. 1106 Santa Vo ave-
nue, natlvo of Texas, pneumonia, De-
rfmbfr 2. agt*d I.
KLINE — Thomas, 12S1 East Ninth, 11a-
tlvo of California, meningitis, Decem-
ber 1, aged ."1 months.
VKOA — Crisofaro, 266 Utah, native of
.Mexico, gastritis, December 1, aged
KEKLTN— John, 820 Bartlott, natlvo of
Kintiirky, senility, December 1, aged
BRESEE BROS. CO. maK^
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
Lady assistant attends 11 ninCOTAVrDt
Ladles and children. UNLJbH I ArU.Hb
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 IWV:
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
ILVDHIITAKKKS, have removed to 1031
H. Grand avenue. Phones — Main 403;
RF.QUA— At Clifton Springs. New York.
Nov. 27, Rev. James D. Requa, nged 76
years. Funeral services from thn St.
James Methodist church, corner 22d and
Union, Sunday. Dec. 3, at 2:30.
J. -P. Davenport, Dec. I, 190 G. Funeral
Sunday, Den. 3, at 2:30 p. in., at First
Methodist Episcopal church. Interment
tlst, of Los Angeles— Services In tho
church edifice. Seventeenth and Flg-
ureroa, Sunday, 11 a. in. and 8 p. m.
Sermon from the Christian Science
Quarterly; subject, "God the Preserver
nf Man." Sabtath school. 11 a. m.
Wednes-lay evening meeting, 8 o'clock.
Take Washington car to Flgueroa ana
.Seventeenth streets. Traction to Six-
teenth and Georgia streets. Reading
room, 4ftH Braly building. Fourth and
Spring streets, open daily from »:30
a. in. to ') p. in.
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH THAT IS
NEAREST tho leading hotels Is ST.
PAUL'S PRO-CATHEDRAL, 823 S
Ollvo street— Tho Rev. J. J. Wllklna, I>.
D., dean and rector. Services 7:30. 9:30
and 11:00 a. m.J 7:30 p. m. Subject of
morning sermon: "Not to Destroy, hut
to Fulfill." In tho evening the rector will
by special request repeat the second ser-
mon In thn series for you:ig men, viz:
"The Gospel to tho Doubting: Essen-
tials." Young People's meeting, 6:15 11. m.
In Guild hall All welcome.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCl-
entlst, Simpson auditorium, 734 8. Hopo
Htreet— Serviced Sunday, 11 a. m. and 8
l>. m. Svrmon from the Christian Science
Quarterly. Sublet: "God the Pre-
server of Alan." Children's Sunday
Hcliool 9:30 a m.; Wednesday ovenlng
meeting at S o'clock. . Reading
room, 610-5U Merman VV. Hollman Bldg.,
spring and 4th sts.; open dally except
Sunday, from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
Hopo street, near Ninth— Seats fre.\
Itev. Wlllliun Horace Day, pantnr; War-
ren F. Day, D. D., pastor emeritus. Mr.
Harry Clifford Lott, choir master. Mr.
"Walter F. S'riesl*. organist. Mnrrlng
Hervice. U o'clock, Rev. William Horace
Day will preach on "Tho Holy Cuthf.Mc
Church." No evening service at 7:30
o'clock; in Its placo the twilight com-
munion at 4 o'clock.
RAUA imXitATI, THK HINDOO SAGI3
of India, will lecture in the New Sym-
phony hall (RlancUard building), uu-
tranco 2,i2 South Hill utreet. this evening
at 8 o'clock. Subject: "The Church ami
the Temple." All are welcomu. Silver
collection at the door.
The Baba'a famous book. "Krishna,
A History of tho Universe." pronounced
by the press as "the greatest Imok of
the contury," for salo at tha door. Price
Morocco, }3; cloth, J-.
THS • LOR ' ANOELEB - FELLOWS hIkI
Benjamin Fay Mills, the permanent min-
ister, will apeak at Blanchard hall at
11 o'clock on "Something New Under th-t
Sun." Munlo by Miss Helen O. Tupne
ttoprano, and Alfred 10. Wulpor, vlniinUt.
All seats rree to all. Mm. Mills' clans
In tho musle room. 232 South HIM utreet.
tit i>:f,r. khurp. Sunday sohool at Fellow-
._Kh;p_Uoiise,J2o_Woat_Blxth street, at »:3"V
BROADWAY CH RISTIAN CUUBCII,
opposite this court housu. Preaching at
11 a. ro. by li. F. Coulter, und at 7:45
' i>. 111. by p. C, Dlcksou.
CH v R £iUi?I!S. E l> V s^~^.
Jinalina; by V. C. LEWIS *t Kramor'g
nail, 9.10 H. Grand sve., every ftundajr at
II o'clock Frew.
yon. BALR — r.*TAiii,i*itrcn RBAt ■'<**
T,tTI3 111 ■•ii.m-ihh with leas* of Jwo
offleo rooms at low rates, office fur-
niture and a now up-to-date list of
vnliinhlA property. location Is con-
sidered one of tho best In thn city.
Rooms nro nice, light and nlry; one
pnrty -well pouted In real estate
vnluen and largo experience In busi-
ness would remain with the pur-
I'hHSor. This Is a rnro opportunity
for one or more to engage In this line
of work. Investigate no lster than
Monday or Tuesday of next week.
Call at 452H South Broadway, room 6.
t). iv. urns r.
ARE YOT7 LOOKING FOR CHANCE TO
purchase Interest In store clearing $100
weekly, for small sum money? Also
sell interest $ionoj another $.!ti00; another
$18.5(10; nlso soil partner's Interest well
rstiiltllnhrd office business. $!KW; sell half
restaurant $moO; sell half btlllnrd and
pool room $1+0; also every possible kind
store, restaurant, fnetory or Hotel. Como
get list. See PHOENIX, 202 and 204
.1 1 Sl"LI k U BANK ING— ANY ORDERS
for decorating or house painting en-
trusted to our care will relievo you
of much anxtnty. Try us. Work and
prices guaranteed. WALTER BROS.,
1,27 6. Spring St.
CIVIL ENGINEER WITH YEARS' EX-
perltnre wants party with means to
join him to subdivide tract of which
lie has refusal. Must answer quick.
Forty nores. HOX 210, Herald.
FOR HALE-PRINTING PLANT, FULL
equipment, of type, material and maohln-
cry; doing good business; liberal terms.
Address BOX 23, Herald.
FOR SALE-A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
Los Angeles Collego of Fine Arts, nt
a very low figure. Addtess BOX 105,
HAVE $500 AND BIORVICEH OPEN FOR
nny schemo with money In It; give par-
tlculara. Address BOX 23, Herald office.
FINE POOL AND BILLIARD ROOMS
under Novelty Theater for rent. Apply
at THE WALDORF, 136 8. Broadway.
ARESTAURANT AND BAKEHY COM-
blned for rent In Gardena. Apply to J.
BUY BULLFROO BUNDLE ASK YOUR
BOCIETY NOTICES ■
nowed platform test medium, has re-
turned and will positively hold a
grand test seance tonight at S:ir>
sharp at New England hall, 139 West
Fifth street. Mr. Slater will devote
the entire evening to tests and mes-
sages from spirit friends. Names
given, etc. Will also answer sealed
written questions. Admission 16
cents. Will also hold meetings at
same hall next Wednesday and Frl-
FREE READING ROOM. CIRCULAT-
Ing metaphysical library, (ill Grant
building— William Wulker Atkinson's
two classes will meet Tuesday evening
in Blanchard art room (4th floor), Broad-
way entrance, 233 S. Broadway, where
he will give the last lesson of the
course; subject, "Illumination, or Cos-
mic Consciousness." Admission, do cents.
Thero will be a brief musical program.
PROF. TRIPP~"LECTURES~~ON ~"SUG-
kcbUoii, Clairvoyance and Phre-
nology." 949 South Hill, Sunday
afternoon 3 sharp. Admission free.
Tests, messages and questions an-
swe-rod. 'Readings dally 25c to $25.
MAN. PAST. PRESENT AND FUTURE.
A free, lecture by Prof. L. T. Fisher be-
fore the PROGRESSIVE CLUB In SYM-
PHONY HALL, 232 Squth Hill street, to-
day at 2:4B; music by Dr. K. D. Wine.
Mlsb Marie Lumley and Master L. Rob-
MRS. MAUDE L. YON FREITAG WILL
hold a meeting at 357}4 South Hill street,
tonight at 8 p. in. Lecture and mes-
sages. Miss Dulsseret, musician. Ad-
mission 15 cents. Special message st»-
nnco Thursday afternoon. Admission
TH 15 TRUTHSEEKERS' SOCIETY
will hold meeting at Hurriman hall, xi'M
B. Broadway, at 10:30 a. m. sharp. Mrs.
Maud Lord-Drake will lecture and give
messages. Good music; everybody wel-
come. Seats free.
MKS. R. S. LILLIE AND MR. AND
Mrs. E. 7: Barnett will hold meet-
ings at Mammoth hall, 617 Broadway,
hall No. 1, second floor, at 2:30 and 7:30
p. m., Sunday, December 3.
MRS. MAUD LORD-DRAKE AT HARRl-
inan hall, 10:30 a. m. Hharp. This will be
Airs. Drake's last appearance In Los
Angeles, as sho will leavo for her homo
PROF. IRA L. OUILOORD SPEAKS ON
any topic requested; scientific phychin
tests for all Monday evening; seats
free. BRENT'S HALL, DS4U H.
EIJUAL SUFFRAGIST ASSOCIATION
will meet at Woman's Club houso
Monday. December 4, 3 p. m. Miss
Cora Williams will address tho
LOST AND FOUND
matrices of ads for tho QUEEN QUAL-
ITY SHOES. Kindly return to HUL-
BURT ADV. CO., »07 Braly bldg., S. B.
corner Fourth and Spring.
LOST— A LIVER AND WHITE
POINTER female: liberal reward if
returned to 2910 Iludlong avenue.
MARRIAGE LAWS. ESTA^ES~SI2T^
tied, collections made, confidential and
quick, open every evening. Notary pub-
lic. E. HARDESTY. rooms 1-2-3, 125 V 4
S. Spring st.
WANTED— DBALKRfI AND PAPER-
hangors to write for samnlo books of
burlaps, shades, wall paper, paints;,
varnishes, etc. AVALTER HROS., 627
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A
specialty. No foe without success. E. P.
MOREY, 521 Stlmson blk., cor. 3rd and
Spring. Phone 6718. Open evenings.
DIVORCE LAWS-ADVICE FREE; NO
fen without succohs; private. J. II
SMITH. 122 W. Third St.. Room 106. 1
to 5 p. m.
W. W. HOLCOMB, ATTORNEY. AD-
vlce free. Domestic law specialty.
211 W. FIRST. y
SC H I F FMaUTJeNTAL~CO~, ~~~
107 N. Spring st.— Painless extracting,
nlllng. crown and brldgo work, flexiblt
rubber plates. Pure gold fillings. 700
up; all other fillings, oOc up; cleaning
toeth, 50c up; gold crowns and brtdga
work, $2.60 up; sets teeth, $2.50 up. Also
open evenings and Sunday forenoons.
DR WM. BACHMAN. THE WELL-
known Minneapolis dentist, petmi-
nently located 209-210 Johnson Oldtf.,
4th and Bdway. Home (832, M. 6445
FRANK~STEVENeiI' 32<H 80. SPRING.
£»rT ANL 'MRS. " CAKTHK sTjCCESHr-
fully treat all female diseases and Ir-
regularities; 20 years' experiince; con-
sultation true. Hours, 9 a. in. to 9 p.
111.; Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MER-
CANTILE PLACE, over 643 S. Spring.
SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIES DUR-
lng confinement : homes for children.
DR. C. B. SMITH. 727 liollevuo »vo.
Tel. Main 23114.
DR. TAYLOR— FKMALM SPECIALIST
and oostUrlus. BULABCO THEATER.
OOLDKN'sTAT r i3 CAMP, NoTmoTSlTw!
A , meet* every Wednesday night In K.
P. hull. 10* North Spring st. All neigh-
bors curdlully invited.
W. li. STONE, Clerk.
233-239 Bradbury md«.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1905.
HUMMEL IIROS. A CO.,
— EMPLOYMENT ACJENTS—
A strlofly flMt-cla.«!>, reliable nptenfy
All kind* of help promptly furnished.
Your ordorg solicited.
116-1 M East Rerond street,
Between Main nnrt Los AngelM nti>.
LftrgMt and btH equipped offices
on the Pneifio coast.
HUMMEL BROS. A CO.,
lift nn.l 118 10. Id St.
T*l#phonos— -Main 809.
A~ FERMANK NT «"5 UH fNßlffl ~SSf~TO
$li! 0 per week POSITIVE. Representa-
tives wanted everywhere to operate
miles parlors for th« BEST ladles' nnd
gents' dress shnn known; 10 original
Mght-selllnff health nnd comfort feat-
111 ca; factory to consumer; previous
experience unnecessary; profit posslhltl-
tlps unlimited; NO RISK; reply quick.
80. CAL. AG'T, 822 W. 2d St., Log An-
EARN HIO CHRISTMAS MONIOY—
Ladles and girls, send us your name
nnd wo will send you by mall 20
quick soiling useful articles to sell at
10 cents rnch. When sold, «end us
$1.00 and keen $1,00 for yourself. Wo
trust you. Mnny are making dollars
•weekly. Wrlto toriny. Address HOB-
TON NOVELTY CO., Box lutO IS. Bos-
WANTHD-FIREM EN AND URAKH-
men on California and other railroads
Experience unnecessary. Firemen $70,
become engineers and oarn $160. Brake-
men $t>s, become conductors and earn
$140. Name, poaltlon preferred. State
age. Uneiiiinled opportunity for strong,
ambitious young men. Address RAIL-
WAY ASSOCIATION, care Los Angeles
WANTED - EXPERIENCED, UP-TO-
datn office and mercnntlln assistants to
register for good positions; our system
Is ahovo reproach; wo chargo no -ad-
vance foes for our services; highest
bank and mercantile rcforences; prompt,
courteous and trustworthy service.
EDUCATIONAL EXPERT CO., 625
WANTED-TO KNOW THE WHERE-
abouts of Zlna Hitchcock. Communi-
cate with his father. John I). Hitch-
cock, Frankfort, Kansas, or the presi-
dent of Y. M. C. A., Los Angolea.
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY
oarn good Incomo corresponding for
newspapers; experience unnecessary.
Send for particulars. PRESS SYNDI-
CATE, Lockport. N. Y.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY— GOOD ALL-
nrotind retail manufacturing Jeweler;
permanent position; good wages. S. If.
BAILEY, 853 S. Broadway.
WANTED— PERSONS EVERYWHERE
to distribute samples; $20.00 weekly and
expenses. Address "MANAGER," 4
Wells St., Chicago, 111.
BRIGHT HOY WITH WHEEL— OF-
fIce work and small delivery. Call
nfter 8:30 n. m. Room 604, Chamber
BOYS WANTED-GOOD, LIVE. HUSKY
boys to carry pnpera. Apply CIRCULA-
TION DEPT., HERALD OFFICE.
WANTED— AGENTS SOMETHING
good, that will soil. Call on J. HACIC-
KTT. C2O East Sixth Ht. ■
Situations — Male
WANTED— BY EXPERIENCED AND
competent chauffeur (English 1 !, po-
sition, private party preferred; ac-
customed to traveling und racing.
AddreßM NOLAN. Box 22, 1 lerald.
WANTED-GOOD REAL ESTATE^
City or country, in exchange for good
oil stocK and cash.
SMITH & ASTON. 226 Laughlln Tildg.
BPISOIAL CHANCE TO PURCHASE]
retiring partner's Interest In store: clear
$100 weekly ahovo expenses, for few hun-
dred dollars; also another grand chance
to purchase partner's interest In well
established office business. See PHOE-
NIX, 202 and 204 Clrant building.
Partner In the real estate business.
No bonus required.
O. H. JONES.
317 S. Broa dwny.
WANTED-3 OR 4 ROOM COTTAOE OR
part of house, unfurnished, near car;
adults; $f? to $10; East Los Angeles pre-
ferred. Address HOX 211, Herald.
I AM PLACING OTHER PEOPLE'S
money out at interest safely and profit-
ably. I can placo yours, too. No ex-
pense to lender. No worry; 10 years' ex-
perience In California titles. Highest
references. JAMES B. THRELIvELIJ,
Notary Public, 201 Fay BMr.. 3_'ci West
Third street. Phones Main 393, Home 82D3.
To Purchase — Re?| Estate
LARGE TRACT ACREAGE WITHIN 20
miles of city. State location, size of
tract, lowest price, terms and full de-
Boriptlon when answering. Prefer
dealing with owner. Address BOX
WANTED — YOUR LOTS, HOUSES,
huslness property, mines, to buy or sell.
We havo moved to our office, ground
floor, 434 South Hill street. GOODHUE-
WYMAN REALTY CO., L. A. R. B.
WANTED— TO BUY HOUSES ~~~
Wanted — Flvo or six-room house In
southwest part of cltv. State terms.
Address BOX 21, HERALD.
WANTED-THE NAMES AND Al>-
dresses of all who would be interested
in our new tracts and subdivisions on
the line of the most rapid growth and
development of Los Angeles. Send In
names and we will mall maps and cir-
culars when ready and you can get In
on the first offering prices. THE MC-
CARTHY COMPANY, muln office In
our own building, 20:1 North Broadway.
Los Angeles. Phones: Home 8737; Red
WANTED— I PAY THH HIGHEST
cash price for ladles' and gents' old
clothes and old gold and silver; send
powtnl. L. ROSK. 402 Temple St.
PALMISTS AND MtiDIUMS
oglst, psychic palmist; graduate of
the original Kowler and Wells Amer-
ican Institute of Phrenology, N. V. :
both hands read this week Jfic; rcfor-
ences, a hundred tl ousand Los An-
geles people; free lectuio Monday
evening.- Brent's hall, his office, 341 H
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, USMDE^
g .indent slato writing medium, 752 South
tiring, The Victoria. Circles Monday.
Thursday, 8 p. in. Readings daily.
Phone Main 450 K.
DR. GREEN, CLAIRVOYANT— UI.'SI-
ness medium; mtt lnfliction given; test
circles Wednenduy evenings, 8 o'clock,
25c. Room 16. 110V4 S. BPRINO ST.
ANY^ONTfKNOWING THH WHERE-
shouts of Zliiii Hitchcock, formerly of
Frankfort, Kuiihuh, will da an net of
kindness by communicating with his
father, John D. Hitchcock. Frankfort,
Kansas, or with the president of the Y.
M. C. A., I/ja Angulra.
PIfiItSONAL-MRirWESXEY, Tilß RB-
Uable life reader; advice on all buslneNi
affairs, love and journeys; readings ab-
solutely correct. SHlft 8. BPIIINU. par-
lors 4 and 6.
MORPHINE, OPIUM, LAUDANUM, CO-
calna habit; myself cured; will inform
you of hitrinleiM p*iiiiuiitnt home cure.
MARY BALDWIN, box 1212. Chicago.
TO T,ET— 2 NEW (i-ROOM 1 HOUSES
with all modern convpnlrncm, beau-
tifully decorated, excellent location.
10 minutes to courthouse, Temple
Ktrcot r«r Ilni\ (Jot off nt Cnxco,
wnlk one block n"rth. Apply nt 2351
London stre 0 1. Phono Blnek 54*1.
TO LET--6-ROOM COTTAOE. FURNl-
turn for mX 1 .![>■> KAST IST 1 1 BT.
FOR RENT-7-ROOM HOUSE, FUR-
nlshed complete, at 1043 R. 24th St. Call
nt the offleo after tomorrow or at tho
hoime tnday. Prlro J.Ti per month. J.
A.MOHLAN & CO.. 202-3 Kay Bldg.
TO LET-ROOMS MAGNIFICENTLY
furnished In new HOTEL EMPIRE, 8.
K. corner Ml] und Flgueron. R mlnuton
from contor of town; $2.50 to |3.60 per
PLEASANT, SUNNY! NEWLY FUR- I
nlshed ronmw; (inlet fit. 1342 S. HOPE. I
TO LET— MODERN FLATS— WATEU I
110 — 3 rnntns, 204 N. Fremont.
*12 — 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
112 — 3 rooms. 334 S. Flgueroa.
»16 — 3 looms, 334 S. Flgueroa, fur-
$18—3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, fur-
$18 — 3 rroms, 218 N. Fremont, fur-
WIE3ENDANGER. 221 Lnughltn Bid.
TO LET-KOR 118 YOU CAN RENT 2-
room housekeeping, furnished complete;
new, nice, finest view, overlooking city;
tnkn W. 2d nt. car to 1111 W. First st.
Stores and Offices
TO LET— SEVERAL BEAUTIFULLY
decorated narerooms. each 83x75 fr»et;
well lighted, cloiui and airy; choice
contra, 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
NEW, LIGHT, LARGE OFFICE ROOMS
In a modern building, elevator service
and electric lights. No. 012 S. BROAD-
WAY, nfter 1 p. m. Monday.
WALLPA PER BALE""
Don't mlfs tho opportunity before
taking Inventory all short lots In our
retail department must bo cleaned
out. Fetch tho sizes of your rooms.
Compare these prices with others.
Applique shades 3Dc, best paint $1.5 i)
gallon, best iloor wax 45c, houso
paints and enamels, ptickago, 10c up;
varnish stain, one-half pint, 20c pint,
STic, liquid gold paint cup and brush
2,ic: lloione the durahle varnish for
iloor and llneoleum. pint 50c, quart
$1.00: our burlaps nro heavier than
others can bo pasted, retlnled or re-
painted. 78 inch natural 20c, 36 inch
dyed 15c, 40 Inch dyed 20c. Try our
enamels — mako things shlno like a
mirror. Best paint $1.50 gal.
WALTER BROS.. 627 S. Spring St.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
My wife, Mrs. J. H. Nelman, having
left my bed and board of her own voli-
tion and without just cause, all persons
nre hereby notified nnd warned not to
Klvo her credit, and they are also noti-
fied that I will not bo responsible for
nny debts sho may incur, nor will I pay
Dated November 29, 1905.
J. 11. NEIMAN.
Los Angeles, Cal ; «
THEOSOPHICAL HEADQUARTERS, 405
Blanchard building— Library open daily,
2 to 4 p. m. Publlo lecture tonight by
A. E. Seiton; subject, "The Higher
Life in Relation to Theosophy." Tues-
day afternoons, 3 o'clock, public ques-
tion meeting; Wednesday evenings, 8
o'clock, branch meeting, open to all T.
S, members; Friday evenings, S o'clock,
meeting tor study and discussion. Pub-
FIRST OCCULT SPIRITUAL SOCIETY
holds meetings this afternoon, 2:30; lec-
ture by Dr. Green; subject, "Eternal
Brotherhood." followed 'by tests; mes-
Bfiges; evening meeting, R o'clock; no
lecture. The evening will be entirely
devoted to tests, messages; full nnmes
given: questions answered. CENTRAL
HALL, 121& South Broadway.
WE WANT EVERY MAN AND WOMAN
to look at our "New Electric Railroad,"
the samo Is on exhibition at 517 South
Broadway, sulto 202; open today, Sun-
day, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. One dol-
lar Invested now, will bring a hundred-
fold return In a very short time. This
Is absolutely a chance offered only onco
in a lifetime.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE-THE PART-
nershlp heretofore existing between A.
Jahnko and Bruno Enderleln under the
firm name of Jahnko & Enderleln ha 9
been dissolved. A. Jahnku purchased
The Interest of Bruno Enderlein In tho
Palace cafe and continues the business
under the firm nanio of A. Jahnke.
W. V.i JO"hNSTON'S
The old rellablo carpenter jobbing shop.
Best place for good work and prompt
(service. Screens, ladders, ahlrtboards
mado to order and in stock. Tel. Main
C2n3. 3(» W SEVENTH.
FOR SALE— PAIR OF BILK RAG POR-
tiers. Are beauties. Call any time
Thursday at 488 Centennial street.
Tako Templo or Hollywood cars.
WATCHES CLEANED Me! MAIN
springs 600. Warranted. Buy old gold,
tf.oo pennyweight. 451 SOUTH MAIN.
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASK YOUR
MONEY TO LOAN
KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN
SUMS TO SUIT AT CURRENT
JAMES B. THRELKELD.
201 FAY HLDG., 3i!G W. THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN 353.
NOTARY PUBLIC^ CONVEYANCER.
CASH CONFIDENT I ALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without ko-
cmlty, without employer's knowledge
and without lndorsers; easy payments,
• positively lowest rates. Hours 10:3U to
5:30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.,
O-1129 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
ANY AMOUNT? ON FURNITURE,
pianos, live stock, etc., without removal
or publicity; also on diamonds, machin-
ery, merchandise, etc.; rellabln business
house. COLYEAR FURNITURE CO.,
33 South Main St.; phones Main 1117,
DON'T 'BORROW TROUBLE, "BORROW
money; salaried men and women accom-
modated on their notes without mort-
R.-igo or Indorser; confidential. CHER
RY, 211 O. T. Jrflmsou Bldg., cor. Uh
ANY AMOUNT 615 FURNITURE;
nlunos, household goods, machinery,
etc., if stored in our new fireproof ware-
house. Office 322 8. Main. COLYEAR
WAREHOUSE CO., Phone Main 1117.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW INTKRKST
on piitnoß, diamonds, automobiles, fur-
nlturo, real estate; no publicity. Ofni-e
1, 3lM.fr SOUTH HILL HT. !):3U v. 111. to
8 p. 111.
LOANS NEGOTIATED WITH CARE
and promptness JAMES B. THRKL-
KELD, Notary, 201 Fay Bldg., 328
West Third Ht. Muln 3y:i, Homo 8253.
h7*W. I'OINUHXTKH, -JO!) \VII.( OX
Illilit., loiiim iiuuirj- on real .Mini.-,
stocks and bonds. Building loans a
MONEY TO LOAN-TMOMAB S. WADS-
WORTH. 319 & HO Douglas bldg.. will
lend money on city or county real estate,
p7A^foTa7u7u^)N^E^^'T^ATMTHm ; s^
Pianoa rented at low rates. A. (I.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE. Ltd.. lI V
Winston »t. Tel. Black 222 1; llmun
Mn'ssngp, electric, tub. vnpor, stenm
bsths, fhlropody, manleuriiift, sralp
trfntment, fnrlnl mns.xnge. 22."i',i W.
First. Home aaon.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
BLECTRIn ~ii THRAT*MBNTB. VAPOR,
unit glow, spnngo Imths nml nuiKKng' 1 .
oil slid dlfohol rnliM; new attendant.
•U2 S. BDWAT, ROOM UK
THE MIICIIELL " HATtf PARLORS—
vnpor tub bfithM nml mass:i(re, nlcohpl
nnd oil rubs. 21 S N. MAIN ST., offlV
11. Opi'n Bundnvs.
HON Td\~I!ATH PARLORB-HW E I ) I H 1 1 .
miimietlc mid scltntlllc mnssnge. Oprn
Sunliivs. llouro: in ». m. to 12 p. m.
First llonr, 703V4 H. BROADWAY.
NEWLY OPENED— F.LITE HATH AND
ma.wiuo imrliirs; Now York Rrnduntrs.
Vti M. BPHINO, 75T 8. MAIN ST., rooms
53H SOUTH t HILL— VAPOR AND TV I <
biitlis, iniiKHiign for rolds, rheunm-
tlsin, nervoufiiess. Open every dny.
I fltfLl'tlUMßi VAPOH. Ki.ECT'rIC, TtJII
I baths, ninssage. chiropody. Formerly
I SlS'i SprlnK. IUII4 S. BDWV, Main 313:!.
I PMge. rncl.il nnd scalp trnittnents. l'hnn><
I for engagements Home »>-x. wo s. un.i..
ELECTRIC INSTITI'TE, 220 FRANKLIN
street, lni'ludlng baths, mnxpago uii'l
electric blanket sweats for rheumatism.
MANKTRIMf AND HATH PARLORS.
formerly 24ri'.' a H. Spring, now lorated Tvs
H. Hroadwuy, 3d floor. Open Sundays.
FOR A GOOD TUB OR VAPOR HATH
and niuHSnsn go to 73814 SOUTH
GRAND AYE.; phono 6660.
FROM LONDON. MANICURINO AN! 1
nniHSHgo. 322 8, SPRING ST., room 18.
second llnor: ."elect.
BATH 'AND » SCIENTIFIC -MASSAGE,
4. r >o',i S. SPRING, Sulto 3. Not open Sun-
TUB "BATHS; MASAOE AND JIANI-
CUrIng. 445H S. SPRING ST., hall 8.
FOR A GOOD TUB HATH AND MAS-
Kago ro to GIOV4 S. SPRING.
BATHS— 3O9 W. TEMPLE .ST. ROOM
2. Phone Homo 5076.
FOR RENT-BATII~ PARLOR, GlOtt S.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
AGE CO. MOVE. PACK, STORE AND
SHIP HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PI-
ANOS AT REDUCED RATES. CAN
SAVE YOU MONEY ON SIIIPPINO
YCUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PI-
ANOS EAST, WEST. NORTH AND
SOITTII, WE ALSO MOVE OFFICES.
SAFES AND MACHINERY. PROMPT
AND CAREFUL ATTENTION OIVKN
TO ALL ORDERS. 61S S. BROAD-
WAY. PHONES— MAIN 115, HOME
291. R. 11. DUNSTON, PROP.
WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR
STORAGE WAREHOUSE BEFORE
PLACING YOUR STORAGE ELSE-
WHERE. OITR PRICES ARE MOST
REASONABLE. WE ALSO MOVR
FURNITURE, PIANOS. ETC. WE
SHIP HOUSEHOLD GOODS FROM
OCEAN TO OCEAN AT REDUCED
RATES. OFFICE. 226 W. FIFTH ST.
TRANSCONTINENTAL FREIGHT CO.
COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO.,
415-417-419 San Pedro St.
Main office 324 South Main
Phones Main 1117, Home 2151. New and
absolutely fire proof storage; private
locked rooms for brlc-a-brac, pianus,
flno furniture, etc. Trunks, boxes, etc.,
stored, 25c to 50c per month. We solicit
WE SHIP HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO
und from tho mist .and north hi our
own ram at greatly reduced rates.
Call on us or write for particulars.
HEKINS VAN AND STORAGE CO..
211 South Broadway.
TROY VAN AND STORAGE CO.— OF-
FICE. 442 S. BROADWAY. PHONE
MAIN 21Ki; HOME 2883. HALF
RATES ON SHIPPING.
Wllcox Building, deals In bonds, mort-
gages und other first-class securities.
Loans negotiated at lowest market
rates. If you wish to lend money on
first mortgages I can placo It for you
safely and at a fair rate of Interest.
Reference: Firnt National Bank, Los
Aiißi'les National Hank.
patents and patent right 3
townbend! lyon! hackley &
PATENTS OBTAINED IN ALL COUN-
tries, trademarkß and copyrights regis-
tered; puteut, trademark and copyright
HUlta In «U courts. ROOMS EO4-4. Mer-
chants Trust Company building. Tele-
phones, Homo *191. Smipot Main 9129.
PATENTS— I FURNISH MY CLIENTS
with copies of nil correspondence hud in
their cases (except foreign); 1 also fur-
nish free of charge complete copies of
drawings and speelllcutlnris; retain this
for futuro reference. JAMES R. TOWN-
SEND, Bradbury Block. Phonos 347.
HAZARD & HARPHAM, PATENTS*
Pioneers SPRING & STH. Book free-.
MINING AND ASSAYING
MT. VERNON MINING CO. WILL PAY
2 per cent dividend Jan. Ist, with a guar-
antee from us that the dividend will
Increase as fast as tho company can
gee their new mill running.
MOODY & CO.,
433 Huntlngton bldg., 6th and Main.
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASIC YOUR
FOR SALE FOR— "
»8."i0— 3-room housn nnd large lot
on W. 44th street. A snap.
827(10— 3-room house and 6 lots on
W. 41st st. A bargain.
iiooo — New modern 5-room cot-
tage on Clarence St., not far from
Salt Luke .station; pirn cash.
yinim — ">-i -1111111 cottago on Ezra hi.,
VS7OU— Modern 6-room cottage, E.
S3d, between Maple and San Pedro.
SMSiou— 3-r->om houso E. 22d Bt.,
KHOO— S-room cottaga E. 23d St.;
cash und terms.
$12(10— 4-room house, E. 66th; cash
$.|.-,(Hi_ 7-room modern houao Just
finished, 011 Woodlawn aye.! cash and
V2U.I0 — 9230 cash, new D-room cot-
tage 011 W. 35th, University district.
85300— Modern 9-room house on W.
O. 11. JONES .« CO.,
_^_^^^^^^^ 11? B. Broadway.
FOR SALE— b"y THOS. J. HAMPTON-
Two modern live-room cottages on
East Bth St., on hit 50x120 to alloy. Well
rented. Price J5500.
Two-story eleven-room housu on East
10th St., rented for »55. Price J4OOO.
Nino-room two-story house on East
Bth Ht., $iOOO.
B«ven-room story and a half house In
Hlghlund Park on Aye. 52. Strictly Hihi-
<luk» house, Itirg't roomai and closets.
Lot 50x150. StundH high. Prlco. Includ-
ing street work, which la now being
Largo Hlx-room house on Adalr st.
Combination gus and olectrlo fixtures.
Strictly modern. Price J2OOU.
Six-room doublu liou»u on Kast 15th
St., miltiihl" for two families; 12200.
Reusonublu ti rm.s on all of the above.
THOS. J. HAMPTON, ll!i S. Broadway.
L. A. R. ». '
FUU BALE— USOU CASH AND $30 MONTlf-
ly, new B-rooin modtru cottage In south
part of city; has romblnutlon llxturea,
cement walks, lot fenced. Can give Im-
mediate poHKi'Mnlon; house never occu-
pied. Apply to A. W. HOLWAY, 211
Grant bldg. Home 11BD; Mum 4570.
A FINE INCOM if'pltTfpiTßTY.' RENTS
for 575 per mouth, on Wintleld. street,
in ill- Went Eleventh street' cur line. 800
us. ENGLISH, DAItNEV & CO., 123 8.
Hou««« ___ -
New «tory-nn-n-half bungalnw, well
built, oak floors, fireplace and mantel,
built-in sideboard, all latest Improve-
ments; den, parlor, dining-room, bath
nnd kllehen downstairs; two large bed-
rooms nnd closets upstairs; located In
good locality, southwest, on A clean,
quiet, well-Improved, street. Wo can
deliver this for $2.V>O If taken nt oncp.
.lAS. V. BALDWIN,
63«-W7-6fc! 11. Vv\ Hollman Bide.,
Fourth and Spring sts.
BUNGAI.OW BARGAINS, SOUTH-
Brand new 8-room bungalow on high
ground, close to West Washington st. ;
thoroughly modern nnd up to dato In
every particular; $2200; $500 cash, balance
$20 per month.
5-room cosy bungalow on beautiful
West UUth st.. close to enr line; nicely
tinted throughout; mantel, buffet, etc.
This placo was built for a homo by
the owner, who is leaving the city, and
offers It for only $2400.
5-room neat nnd modern bungalow on
West 29th St., just built, on large lot.
50x125 ft.; price $2500; $.)00 cash, balance
On West 37th St.. in the choicest part
of the University district; 6 rooms;
beautiful mission lllnlshed bungalow;
nlc<> lawn: trees, ntc. This Is a real
gem for $2650; only $050 cash, balance
♦JO per month.
C-ronm. well nrranged, modern bunga-
low; large lot; on W. 42d St., close to
two car lines. This Is nn exceptionally
good bargain at $2800; only $500 cash and
balance at S2O per month.
On W. 41st St., close to the car lino,
we have a beautiful bungalow Just com-
pleted; large lot; $3000; $700 cash, with
"IT PAYS TO SEE US."
EDWARDS & WINTERS,
Real Estate and Building,
320 and 326 Laughlln Building.
LOOK AT THIS FIRE BUY
One-hnlt cash, balnnce to suit at 7
per cent will buy a fine, 7-room house
on 3 lots, Rizo 137x150. with hall, bath,
pantry, screen porch, cellar and V
closets; ltirgii burn, buggy house,'
chicken houses und yards; line palms
Hiid other ornamental trees and
shrubs; IS or 20 varieties of fruit nil
in bearing. Convenient to car lino.
The Improvements alone on this pliico
cost $4100 and the lots are worth
$2100. It must bo sold.
SO. OAL. REAL ESTATE INV. CO.,
Suite 604, Pacific Electric Bldg.
2100 — Both Phones— 2loo
$1600 — A swell Ti-room cottage In the
south west; every modern convenience,
polished floors Flemish oak finish,
white enameled bedrooms, kitchen
and pantry, dumb waiter Into cellar,
brand new; large lot. garden, lawn,
$3300 — $1000 down, balnnce to suit.
Beautiful 6-room cottage on West
Adams Heights; oak floors, Flemish
and golden oak finish, white enamel
in bedrooms, fine fixtures, artistic ex-
terior, everything O X
R. A. BURTON REALTY CO.,
416-418 Laughllu Bldg.
Home 7657.. ..Phones.. ..Main 4714
FOR SALE— H3B AUSTIN ST.
DO YOU WANT A HOME THAT IS
A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT?
Flvo rooms, new (Just completed);
combination gas and electric fixtures;
first-class plumbing; strictly modern
throughout; cement walks, yard fenced.
This Is a very attractive eottngo In a
location where values are Increasing
rapidly. The terms are $500 down and
$30 monthly, price $£6CO.
A. W. HOLWAY, 211 Grant Bldg.
NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE ON LOT 50x
150 to a 15-ft. alley. This. place is
Just completed, has covo ceilinga,
tinted walls, electric fixtures, pressed
brick mantel, built in china closet,
large pantry and clothes closets:
shades, cement walk, etc. A bargain
at $2350; $100 cash and $25 a month.
New n-room modern cottage near
W. Washington street, just being
completed, for $2550; $250 cash, $25
per month. And I have others.
E. CJ. nKVBNs,
227 I,:iukliHii lIIiIb.. 31n S. lltivrny.
Home phone H321.
FOR SALE— HOUSES.
$2500— Large tine cottage, 6 rooms, bath,
boiler, modern, on 2 lots, together 80 feet
front; fenced; 1521 East 40th Bt. Take
Hooper aye. cur; $500 cash, $25 monthly.
$1650— New, modern cottage. 66th St.,
one lilgcK west of Flgueroa st. ; Moneta
aye. cars; 5c fare; $150 cash, $20 monthly.
$2100— 5-room, nice cottage, 50-foot lot,
high ground, lino surroundings; $15U
cush, $20 monthly. 8. W., between 10th
and Washington stß.
T. WIESENDANGER, •
221 Laughlln Bldg^
FOR BALE— S3OO DOWN AND $20
monthly will secure a very dralr-
ublo 5-rwra, two-Htory residence,
nicely located in a good neighbor-
hood of the popular southwest.
House has just been newly paint-
ed and paocreil and put In the best
of condition. On West 27th street,
near Vermont avenue, and close to
excellent school. Price 53200. Nlc«
lurgd lot: lawn; trees, etc. JONES
& RYDER LAND CO., 218 W.
FOR SALE — BEFORE YOU MAKE
your selection of a home see this one.
we have listed with us an Ideal
suburban home with all tha features
that go to mako life worth living,
and It cnu bci bought very reasonablu
an tho owner in leaving city. Takes
only part cush to handle.
BROWN & WOODS, 312 Fay Bldg.
NEW COTTAGE: C ROOMS AND BATH;
all modern; lot runs buck 189 feet,
best part Houthweet; worth $3250, but
sacrifice all $2500; few hundred down;
balance fa»y; others everywhere;
small payment down. Sen PHOENIX,
202 Grant building.
FOR SALE— I42SOWILL PURCHASE A
lovely 8-room revldence on West 23d
street, near Congrees avenue; lot 50x
135; $1000 down and balance to suit,
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.. 218 W.
FOR SALE —
JIMI0 — N"« w flv«-room house, Btrletly
modern. Kir. 7 Rublo, oiie>hulf block
west of lloupor uvciiue cur line. T,
W, PETTIT, 1384 East Forty-fifth,
owner. Phone South 2817.
$300 CAHIL BALANCIfI~LTKM RUNT—
New, modern 6-ruom cottage on 48th
nrur South Park live. A positive bar-
gain. 700 E. 48th, or BEN "WHITE,
304 llryHim Block.
FOH BALK — $4000— HOUSE AND LOT,
723 Stewart street, one-half block
south of Seventh, flvo blocks west o(
FOR BAI.B '
IS ALWAYS BETTER ATTAINED
WITH THH BTOR.Y AND-A-HALF
But tie Bedrooms Upstairs
Must Be Full Height
OF THESE BBAUTIFUIi BTORY
AND-A-HALF HOUSES ARK WELL
WOTITH YOUR TIMI3 LOOKINO
OVER. IT IH YOHR LOSS IF YOU
BUILD BUFORIO HKEING THEM,
Our Designs for California
COVER AN ALMOST INFINITK
We Are the Leading Apartment
House Designers and Builders.
General Building Contractor*,
412-413-4H llrnly Hldg.
To pay for a homo for the same
money you nro paying for rent. If
you have a lot clear, or nearly so.
come to our offleo and let us explain
our methods of homo payments.
is a square denl for all and our
prices defy competition. Wo fur-
nish your plans free nnd guarantee
WESTERN BUILDING GO.,
403 Chamber of Commerce.
Phonos 080. .Main 8840.
FOR SALE— — — —
NEW AND MOTWIIN
liAKUIS LOT 50x1.%0
lias polished floors through-
out, nicely tinted walls, ha nil -
soino niaulel and fireplace, nnd
other plotisiug features. Lo-
rated on West 40th street, In n
popular and growing neighbor-
hood. Price $3600; Vi cash.
.lOM-JS A lIUIKII LAND CO..
iiri.lll,.l Hour. aiN W. Third Street.
$2500— Largo film cottage, G rooms, bath. '
boiler, modern, on 2 lota, together 80 feet
front: fenced; 1521. E.-ist 40th st. Taku
Hooper ava. cur; $500 ca«h, $25 monthly.
$1650— New, modern cottage, 50th Ht..
onu block west of Flgm-roa St., Monetst
aye. earn, 6n faro; $150 oaHh, $20 monthly.
$2100— 5-room, nico cottage, 60-foot lot.
high ground, flno surroundings; $IRO
cash, $20 monthly. S. W., hotween 16th
and Washington sta.
221 Laughllu Bldg.
OX WEST 11TII STREET
On 11th street, near Burlington
nvenue, ono of tho most popular sec-
tions of the city: a home that is r»<-
pleto with every modern convenience
and utility. Prlco JSf.Oo
.lOM-1S & ItVIIKII J.ANII «!0., '• * "
(iruunil floor, 218 W. Third Mr.-01.
2 -story cottage, new, W. 41st at.; 7-
room. lawn. cement walks, etc.;
$1300 cash controls It, balanco 2% years:
3 rooms first floor, 4 second floor; all
large rooms; very nicely arranged; a
good buy. See us about It. -•.".;.
GOODHUE-WYMAN REALTY CO.,
222 H. W. llellman bldg. L. A. R. B.
FOR A FIVK-IMOM COTTAGE
Anything else you want at tho
same proportion Let us have a chaneo
to figure on your homo. We will fur-
nish your plans and make a house that
will suit you. Wo aro pleased to rcfor
to any 0110 for whom wo havo bullded,
for we leavo them our friends. Wo can
furnish you tho money If you wish.
Drop In and talk It over with us.
INGLKHART BUILDING CO.,
Home Phono 7666. 713 S. Broadway.
Thla Is not the usual case of a bar-
gain with a flaw In It. To begin with.
thin bungalow is close In, West Twelfth
street near Wok t lake avenue. It is on
the hill and surrounded with beautiful
homes. It has five good rooms and a
pretty garden. It Is $500 under market
value. We are sole agents.
•'IT PAYS TO SEE US."
EDWARDS & WINTERS,
320 Laughlln Bldg.
FOR SALE — A SNAP — SIX LAROI'J
room cottage on Thirtieth street.
close to Maple avenue; lot 50x130; ar- -
ranged for two families; very cheap
and good terms, or will trade for good
vacant lots or email ranch near Olen-
*' COOPKR & CUDDEBACK,
218 S. Broadway Room 237.
FOR HALE-SarxMyoO; $«)0.00 DOWN AND
MO.OO per month; neut five-room cot-
ta«e. Btrlctly modern, mantel and grato.
electricity, cove ceilings, flowers anil
garden; must sell at once; aeo about it
now; agents list. Apply to owner. 1:653
Clmarron street, take West Adams «t.
ear to Clmarron. south to J6sa Phone
FOH SALE— CLOSE IN, ON \VINFIKLI>
street; 5-room cottage; lust newly
pupered und painted throughout; a
Kopd home; a good investment.
Price $3350. Easy terms can bo
% n i?&%§t ire
NEW COTTAGE; 5 ROOMS .'.ND UATH;
all nibdern; lot runs back IK) feet, bent
part southweat; worth $3250, but sacri-
fice all $2800; few hundred down; balance
easy; others everywhere; small payment
down Bee Phoenix. 202 Grant building.
FOR BALK— 6 .~ROOM COTTAQIj" ON
Weat 16th street for $2800; $500 down
nnd $85 monthly, A vory desirabl-i
property. JONES & RYDWR UND
CO., 218 W. ThlrU street,
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE j
A*W your brvker.