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LO3 ANOKLE3. Doe. 2«. lflOS
fimTTTltr. ' th~| M:H."iwm"<ij_Vfl|Weather
fi'n.m.|3(TT4| 5» I 22 JNH I fd I Clear.
B_p.m.| 2P.S9J B2_) «^« |SW I « I Clenr.
Afa~icimum tempernture Sfl.
Minimum tempernturo 49.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 2« .— A rnoricr
nte disturbance hn« moved nouthwnrd
over tho Rocky mountain section anrt
bppn attended by rain and snow In
northern California nnd Nevada, Light
rnln has fallen In California north of
Tho Indication* arc that the weathor
•will b« generally fair Wednesday over
moat of California.
Los Angel" nnrl vicinity— Cloudy on
WedneKdny; southerly winds changing
Peck * Chnu* Co.. undertakers nnrt
rnibVlmcru: lady assistants. 433 8. HIIL
T>l, Main 61.
BRESEE BROS. TO. Z£VS P & ONB
BROADWAY AND SIXTH BTREE3T
l.ndy nsxlMant n ttenilsi |«inp OTA l/fT DC
Liules and children. UlNUfcn I Rlvr.na
PIERCE BROS. A CO.
Funerßl directors. RlO-812 8. Flower street.
Our lady undertaker, Mlns Elizabeth
Thompson, In attendance for women and
children day or night Phone Main 1827;
"CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
l)Mii;iiTAKi:us. have removed to 1031
t. Qrand avenue. Phone* — Main 403;
WARD— December 25, 1905, at her resi-
dence, 2731 Raymond avenue, Corllla M.
Ward, widow of tho late John Shirley
Ward and mother ot Shirley C. Ward.
Annie B. Ward and Nathaniel H.
Ward. Funeral from the residence nt
!> o'clock Wednesday morning, thence
In St. Agnes church, where high mass
will be celebrated. Interment at
WIOGIN— Mrs. lillen E., Dec. 2H, at the
homo of her daughter, Mrs. Alexander
Shlves. Funeral Thursday, Dec. 2S, 2
p. m.. from her late resilience, 42S South
Alvarailo Htrret. Fririula Invited.
JIILLINERY AND DRY GOODS— ~
GOOD LOCATION, LONG LEASE,
CLEAN NKW STOCK, DOING A
DAILY BUSINESS NOW OF *2.-) AND
HAS BEEN FOR THE LAST EIGHT
MONTHS; RENT $25 PER MONTH;
STATED PRICK OR WILL INVEN-
TORY; WOULD EXCHANCB FOR
HEACH OR CITY PROPERTY. THIS
IS A GOOD PROPOSITION AND
WILL BEAU CLOSE INVESTIGA-
A. F. WEBSTER & CO-
MAIN 4090. 302 MASON BLDG.
HOME 5575 Cor. 4th and Broadway.
FOR SALE— CORNER GROCERY. OLD
established business, doing a fine busi-
ness; suitable for man and wife, or
partners; clearing over $200 per month,
cash trade. Business can be doubled.
Will bear close Investigation; best rea-
sons for selling.
BENTHAM & FARNRWORTH.
627 Chamber of Commerce.
CITY PROPERTY IN GOOD TEXAS
town to exchange for California prop-
erty; value $5000. We handle busi-
ness opportunities throughout the
southwest. Write us. SOUTHWEST-
ERN INVESTMENT CO., North Texas
building, Dallas, Texas.
FOR SALE— CIGAR STAND. RIGHT IN
heart of city; fine location; fixtures cost
$150; the stock of cigars and tobacco
cost $150, and clearing from $S0 to 190
per month. Price $275. See DOLPH
■ GREENE. 607V4 So. Broadway, room 41.
LAUNDRY ROUTE— S4SO TAKES FINE
route, horse. ' wagon.' harness; any-
body can do the work; guarantee $25
weekly clear or no sale; will teach
you everything. Sco GREENE Mon-
day. 607 4 S. Broadway.
LAUNDRY ROITTE-$450 TAKES FINE
route, horse cost $125, wagon, $200; har-
ness, $30. Anybody can do this work.
Guaranteed $25 weekly or no sale. Will
teach everything. Sco GREENE, CO7Vs
S. Broadway. Upstairs.
JUST LIKE BANKING— ANY ORDERS
for decorating or house painting en-
trusted to our care will relieve you
of much anxiety. Try us. Work and
prices guaranteed. WALTER BROS..
ti27 S. Spring st.
FOR SALE— A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure Addiess BOX 105.
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE ASK YOUR
*~ t ~ W ~WALL PAP'EITsALE
Don't miss the opportunity; before
laking inventory all short lota In our
retail department must be cleaned
out. Fetch the sizes of your rooms.
Compare these prices with others
Opaque shades 35c, best paint $1..'0
giillon. best floor wax 45c. house
paints and enamels, package, 10c up.
varnish stain, one-half pint. 20c pint,
35c liquid gold paint cup and brush
25c; Floorene, the durable varnish (or
lloor and linoleum, pint SOc, quart
$1.00; our burlaps are heavier than
others, can be pasted, retinted or re-
painted. 7li inch natural 20c. 36 inch
dyed 15c. 40 inch dyed 20c. Try our
enamels — make things shine like a
mirror. Best paint $1.50 g-nl.
WALTER BROS., 027 S. Spring St.
W. V. JOHNSTONS
The old reliable carpenter jobbing shop.
Rest place for good work and prompt
service. Screens, ladders, shlrtboards
made to order ana In stock. Tel. Main
K!(>a. 309 W BEVRNTH.
WATCHES CLEANED 50c! MAIN
springs 50c. Warranted. Buy old gold,
Jl.OO pennyweight. 451 SOUTH MAIN.
EASTERN FRENCH DRESSMAKER
will go out by the day in families. Box
BUY BULLFROG UUNDLE. ASK YOUR
MONEY TO LOAN ■
KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN
SUMS TO SUIT AT CURRENT
JAMES B. THRELKELD.
201 FAY BLDG., i'M XV. THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN 203,
NOTAKY PUBLIC_ CONVEYANCER.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persona on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without Indorse™; easy payments,
positively lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to
5:30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.,
C2B-629 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
ANY AMOUNT Ofs FURNITURE,
pianos, live stock, etc.. without removal
or publicity; aluo on diamonds, machin-
ery, merchandise, etc ; rellablo business
house. COLYEAR FURNITURE CO.,
522 South Main St.; phones Main 1117,
MONEY TO LOAN-TWOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 319 & 320 Douglas bldg., will
lend money on city or county real estate.
PATENTS AND PATENT KiUi-ifi
TUWNBEKU LVOn! HACKLE V %
PATENTS OBTAINED IN ALL COUN-
tries, trademarks and copyright* regln-
tered; patent, tiaUemark and i-ouyi-lKht
suits In all courtH. ROOMS SOl-,. Mer-
chants Trust Company building. Tclu-
phones. Home M.l. Sunset Main Wit.
lIA/.ARO & HAKPHA&T PATENTS
FlonHfi-f HHHIN'ft A 6TH Hook fr— .
trtHsvM renovated at your premises.
TrialH solicited. Distance no object.
HENJAMIN. 1230 Bouth Main. Tele-
phone Mala Sim,
HUMMEL HRfTa & CO."
— EMPLOYMKNT AGENTS—
A strictly first-class, reliable agency
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
116-118 Kast Second street,
Between Main and Los Angeles Mb.
Largest and best equipped office*
on the Pnelllc coast.
hummel nnos. ft co.,
116 and 118 F,. 2d St.
Telsphoncs— Main RO9.
WANTED- YOUNO MEN TO I.KAII N
show card writing. Only floH not
overcrowded. We tench by mnll nnrl
guarantee miccesx. Complete course $10.
Khsv terms. Wrlto for free ontnlogii!.
WESTERN DKBIONINO CO., 131 Mont-
gomery rit., Hn;i Francisco.
ANY INTELLIGKNT PERSON MAY
earn good Inenme corresponding for
Send for pnrlleulnrs Pn 'pRES3 SYNDI-
CATE, Lorkport, N. Y.
PKRSONS~EVKRV\VIIKRE TO Dis-
tribute, samples; I'.'n.fm weekly nml ex-
penses. Adifress "MANAGER," 4 Wells
street, Chlcngo, 111.
Amerlcnn Olive Co., Adams nnd l,ong
Reneh aye. Slauson Junction tar. Main
boys to carry papers. Apply CIRCULA-
TION DEPT., IIKRALD OFFICE.
MEN TO GET THEIR WATCITK.S
cleaned, r,oc: mainsprings, 50c. MOR-
EY, 628 South Broadway.
WANTED-10 HOYS. ~GOOD PAY. Ap-
ply 100 SOUTH SPRING ST L
WANTED-WOMKN AND OIRLS AT
American Olive Co., Adams and Lour
Beach aye. Slauson Junction car. Matn
Help — Male and Female
WANTED-WOMKN AND GIRLS AT
American Olive Co.. Adams and Long;
Beach aye. Sluuuun Junction car. Main
LADY WANTS PA HTNER IN REAL
estate business. ECLIPSE REAL
ESTATE, 223 Mercantile Place.
WANTED— MONEY FOR COLONIZA-
tIon proposition, sale investment,
large profits: syndicate now beitiK
organizer.. For particulars cnll or
write W. IT. TOWNSEND, 236-257
Herman W. liellman building. Home
WANTKD-J3BOO AT 6 PER CENT ON
close In property worth S9OOO.
R. K. IBBETSON & CO..
3H) Trust Bids;.
WANTED-WOMEN AND GIRLS AT
American Olive Co., Adams and Long
Beach aye. Slauson Junction car. Main
OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE
DO A RKNTAL BUSINESS
IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOl'R PROPERTY
MIMIS A I'AKIMI.
315 SOUTH HILL STREET.
WANTED — OWNERS ONLY — LIST
your property with us. We have
clients waiting nnd can sell it quick
if your price is right. LINDSAY
REALTY CO.. 204 Severance bldg. cor.
Six'.h and Main. Phones Main 6U!).->;
WANTETHt-OWNERS TO -LIST RBsl-
dence property, vacant and improved
Home 1039; Main 4570. WM. N. HOL-
WAY, I'll Grant Bldg.
To Purchase — Rerl Estate
WANTED— 4 TO S ROOM COTTAGES
and lots, from owners only; give low-
est price and all. particulars, and car
to take; send in your property at the
enrllest. ECLIPSE REAL ESTATE,
C0.,_22.T Mi-rcantije Place.
WANTED— DEALERS AND PAPliß-
hangers to write for sample books of
burlaps, shndrs, wall paper, paints,
varnishes. WALTER BROS., 627 S.
, Massage, electric, tub, vapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 225 V6 W.
First. Home 3509.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
TI IE BROWN MASSAGE "PARLORS-
liiith, massage and electrical treat-
ments given by expert operators at
ROOMS 7 and 11, lilii'/ 2 S. Spring st. __
ELECTRIC TREATMENT. VAPOR AND
sponge bath and massage, oil. alcohol
rubs. Cl 2 .S. BROADWAY, room 10
THE MITCHELL bATTi PARLORS—
vapor tub baths and massage, alcohol
and oil rubs 218 N, MAIN ST.. office
11. Open Sundays.
BON TON BATH PARLORS— SWEDISH,
magnetic and scicntinc massage. Open
Sundays. Hours: 10 a. m. to 12 p. v.
First lloor. 703 Hi S. BROADWAY.
MRS! LEAMINcr, 702 S. SPRING,
rooms 22C-227; vapor und electric
baths mussage; salt glow; lirst-cla*o
321 SOUTH HILL— VAPOR AND TUB
baths, mussage for colds, rheuma-
tism, nervousness. Open every day.
FROM LONDON— MANICURE AND
mnssage; lol'-i South Broadway;
"Mollne." rooms 7 and S; select pat-
NEWLY OPENED-ELITE BATH AND
massage parlors; New York graduates.
752 B. BPRIIs'U, 737 S. MAIN ST., rooms
X .NICURING AND BATH PARLORS,
formerly 245% S. Spring, now located 703
S. Broadway, 3d lloor. Open Sundays.
SULPHUME, VAPOR, ELECTRIC." TUB
baths, massage, chiropody. Formerly
UMi Spring. Y'JH-i S. BDWY. Main 3133
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANKLIN
street, Including baths, massage and
electric blanket sweats for rheumatism.
FROM LONDON. REMOVED FROM
822 8. Spring St. to 131'^ South Broad-
way, rooms 7 and 8. Select.
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, MAGNETIC
massage. Room 10. 629 Vi S. BROAD-
WAY. Assistant wanted.
VIBRATION INSTITUTE-VAPOR, OIL
and alcohol rubs, mnssage. 254 EAST
VIBRATION INSTITUTE-VAPOR. OIL
and Alcohol rubs, massage. 254 EAST
BATHS — 30!) W. TEMPLE ST. ROOM
2. Phone Home f.076.
hCiTIKKAIAN DENTAL CO.,
107 N Bprlnic Bt.-1-ilnifrfs extracting,
lillluic, crown and Urlduo work, tlexlhlt
luuu.r plaui. Puru guld llllings, 75»
up; nil oilier tilling^, j(j>j up; cleaning
teeth. 50c up; gold crowns un<l 'jilcti;,i
work. *J.SU vi»; tots teulh, »2.50 up ALsi
open evenings and Sunday furenoons.
OH. WM. BACHMAN. THIfl WELL-
known MlnnfupoliH dentist, peimi*
nently located 2OU-210 Juhnaon iildg.,
4th and Hiluay. Home 6833, M. iil<ii
jFT(ANK STUVKNS, m% 80. BPRINU.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, igofc
FOP. RENT— THIS fi-rioOM MODKRN
house; flnr-Iy f urnlohf rl ! $10 por month.
T.KAHY &JSON, 223 Merr-nntlln plncO.
FOR RENT--THIB - 9-HOOM •' MODRRN
house; finely furnishprl; $10 per month.
St HON. 223 aiercantleplftca.
TO LI3T— MODERN FLATS— WATBK
SIS. B0 — S rooms, 221 N. Flgueroa.
10—3 rooms. 204 N. Fremont.
12—3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
$12—3 rooms. 334 S. Flsftieroa.
$18 — 3 rooms, 334 S. Flgueroa, fur-
$ifi— 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, fur-
$18—3 rtoms, 218 N. Fremont, fur-
Stores and Officei
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TO LET~SEVERA L BEAUTIFULLY
decorated narerooms, each 33x75 .'c»t;
well lighted, clean and airy; choice
centra, 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
MARRIAGE LAWS, ESTATES SJ£T-
tled, collections made, confidential and
quick, open every evening. Notary pub-
lic. E. HARDESTY. rooms 1-2-3, 12GVi
S. Spring st.
MARHIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A
specialty. No fee without success. E. P.
. MOREY, 51!1 Sttmson blk., cor. 3rd and
Spring. Phone 6715. Open evenings.
DIVORCE LAWS— ADVICE FREE; NO
fee without success; private. J. H.
SMITH. Yll W. Third St., Room 100. 1
to li p. m.
W. W. HOLCOMB. ATTORNEY. AD-
vlce free. Domestic law specialty.
:iv w. I'riiST.
lully tre:U all female diseases and If-
regularltles; -0 years' experience; con-
sultation fret. Hours, 9 a. m. to S p.
m.; Sundays, 10 to IS a. m. l! 04 MBIt-
CANTILE I'LACB. over 5J3 S. Spring.
SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIES DUR-
lng contlnement; homes for children.
DR. C. E. SMITH, 727 Bellevuo avo.
Tel. Main 2364.
DR. TAYLOR — FEMALE SPECIALIST
and oostttrica. BELASCO THEATER.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
41.V417-419 San Pedro St.
Main office 324 South Main '
Phones Main 1117, Home 21M. New and
absolutely fire proof storage; private
locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos,
fine furniture, etc. Trunks, boxes, etc.,
stored, ate to 50c per month We solicit
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
medium, will hold a test seance tonißht,
S:l5 sharp, New England hall, 131» W,
Fifth street; tests, messages and writ-
ten questions answered. Admission 15
cunts. Readings dally, 10 to 4. THIS
SAXONIA. rsis w. Fifth.
Pianos rented at low rates. A. G.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd.. 118
Winston st. Tel. Black 2221; Home
nT^m?ELLT79s"EAST IoTHST^ CON-
tracts to do all sorts of cement and
sewer work. Will take contract or work
by the day. Phone SOUTH 3745.
LOANS Ni-JUOTIATED WITH CARE
and promptness JAMES 11. THKKL-
KELD. Notary, 201 Fay Bldg., 328
Went Third st. Main 3i'3. Home 82. r i3.
MIN.NG AND ASSAVINQ
IN THE SUI'KRIOR COURT OF THE
State of California, in and for the Coun-
ty of Los Aimcles— K E. Anderson, plain-
tiff, vs. Gertrude Anderson, defendant.
Action brought in the superior court of
the State of California, In und for tho
County of Lus Angeles, and the complaint
tiled in said County of Los Angeles. In
the office of the clerk of said superior
court. The Pt-o-ie of the State of Cali-
fornia send greeting to Gertrude Ander-
son, defendant: '
You are hereby directed to appear and
answer the complaint in an action entitled
us above, brought against you in the su-
perior court of tho County of Los An-
eeles, State of California, within ton days
after the service on you of this sum-
mons—lf served within this county; or
within thirty days If served elsewhere.
And you are hereby notified that unless
you appear and answer an above required,
the Bald plaintiff will take Judgment for
any money or damuges demanded in the
complaint, as arising upon contract, or
he will apply to the court for any other
reller demanded in the complaint.
■Given under my hand and the seal of
tho superior court of the County of Los
Angeles. State of California, this 20th day
of November, A. D. 1906.
C. G. KEYES. Clerk.
By I. S. Burson, Deputy Clerk.
Willis Mitchell, attorney for plaintiff, 254
South Broadway, Los Angeles. Cal.
STOCKHOLKDRS 1 MEETING — AN-
nual meeting of stockholders of the
Consolidated Realty Company. Notice
Is hereby Riven that the annual meet-
ing of stockholders of the Consolidated
Realty Company will be held at room
503, now Chamber of Commerce build-
ing, South llroadway, between First and
Si-i-ond streets, In the city of Los An-
geles, county of Los Angeles, state ot
California, on Tuesday, the 9th day oi
Januury 1906, at ii o'clock p. in. for tho
mirpoMo of electing dlrectorH to servo
for the ensuing year, hearing reports
of officers, and for thu transaction of
Kuch other bunint-HS us may properly
come bc-foie the meeting.
_W._P. JAMES, Secretary.
Scaled proposals will be received ut jf-
llcu of Treasurer Pacific Branch, N. H. O.
V. £ Soldi, -r.s' Home, Los Angeles coun-
ty, Cal., until 12 o'clock m., December ;■'().
1(105, und then opened, for construction of
.cement crousingsi and oiling avenues. In
accordance with Instructions and specifi-
cations, copies of which, with blank pro-
posals and other Information, may be had
upon application lo T. J. Cochran. treas-
Tn^NKEiTof A HBLWIATB TO Ai
J>l«t mo In my business. I prefer n young
larlv between 35 and V>, and must I" 1
first-clans In every i-r>?pe>r-t. Such id-
di-rsn me. J. F. GRIFFITH, Los An-
FOH BALE —
A fine nl.t.rnoiii cottiier- nml II Is
■ ■inihTii nml •clrlrlly up lo ilnlri lo-
on led mi n nice «ir.M-< in ihe vicinity
of Thirtieth nml Vermont iivrnnet ro-
rrptlon hull, llviiiu room nml ilinluK
room Imve vnvv rpllltiK"! 4hrrr nlro
lirilrooiiiNi nil thrnp room* Imve |>»l-
i.whcd floor*, kilchrii nml lircnkl'iiMi.
room, large pn*N imulry or hiilli-l
kitolirn. hot wiitrr boiler nml lirntrr.
Lot t.-.\0.-, lo 1.-.-fool ullry. I'rlrr
$aiii(ii nil 100 .-nj.il.
NKRDHAM * MrKKEGOIt.
303-1 Fny lililg;.. cor. Third nml Hill.
Mrmlier* 1.. A. Hrnlty llnnril.
NEW B-ROOM BUNGALOW.
Hardwoori floors; liullt-in buffet; case-
ment windows; fine mnntHs; select
lighting flxturr-s; built-in seats; lot 60x135
to alley— line location, near Adams.
Mai.-. 2H3. Home Ex. 265.
isnn down— s2o month.
6-ROOM MODERN COTTAOE; GAS.
ELECTRICITY. LAWN, FENCE TO
J5OO DOWN-MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
4-ROOM COTTAOE ON CORNER
LOT. ALL FENCED. FOR $1350.
B-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE ON
CAR LINE. CLOSE IN, FOR $2000
R. E. IBRKTSON * CO..
316 TRUST UTILDINO.
SECOND AND SPRING STS.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. CLOSE.
IN: VERY ATTTIACTIVKLY FIN-
ISHED AND ARRANGED. AND
HAVING ALL MODERN CON-
VENIENCES. THE NEARNKSS
OF THIS PROPERTY TO THE
BUSINESS DISTRICT MAKES
IT ESPECIALLY VALUABLE;
PRICE $3.'00; EASY TERMS AR-
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
21S W. THIRD ST.
FOR SALE — 7-ROOM, STORY AND A
HALF RESIDENCE ON E. 31ST ST.
NEAR SAN PEDRO STREET CAR
LINE. THIS IS A THOROCGHLY
MODERN HOME. WITH TINTED
WALLS AND COVED CEILINGS.
BUILT-IN SIDEBOARD AND BOOK-
CASE. ATTRACTIVE MANTEL AND
FIREPLACE. GAS AND ELECTRIC-
ITY, PORCELAIN BAT] I, HOT AND
COLD WATER, ETC. LOT .10X135;
PRICE $3500; $1000 DOWN. PAR-
TICULARS FROM SOLE AGENTS.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 218 W.
FOR A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE
IS OUR FIGURE.
Anything else you want at the
Bar-" proportion Let us have a chance
to figure on your home. We wll! fur-
nlah your plans and make a house thnt
will suit you. We are pleased to refer
to any one for whom we have bullded,
for we leave them our friends. We enn
furnish you the money If you wish.
Drop In and talk it over with us.
INOI.EHART BUILDING CO.,
Home Phone 7C66 713 S. Broadway.
This is not 'h« usual case of a bar-
gain with a flaw in It. To begin with,
this bungalow is close In, West Twelfth
street near \Ve«tlaKe 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 UR"
EDWARDS ie WINTERS.
■ 826 Laughlln Bldg.
FOR SALE- "
Wo have a modern G-room cottage on
Wr-Ht 2oth nt. which we nrc olfc-rliiK lit
a positive sacrifice, having every mod-
ern utility. The owner has iris'triic-t.-d
us to reduce the prlco to $;!SIXI ns It must
lie sold In a few days. Terms nan be
arranged. ■■! ■ • —
R. A. BURTON REALTY CO.,
416-418 Laughlin Bldg.
Phones— Homo 7057, Main 4714.
1110 COTTAUK BARGAIV.
ViGoo — 4 lioo.us, .noui;ii\, mjw.
Fine plumbing and bath; easy terms.
On Los Anffoleu St., near car shops.
Would take lot in part payment.
w. f. tiioiim; jt Co., own Kits.
Home 1681. Room 311, 218 S. Broadway.
HERE IS AN U-ROOM MAGNIFICENT
home, located one-half block from Flg-
ueroa, near 11th street; the interior, as
well as the exterior, marks this place
as a beautiful home; this place Is worth
$8000, but If sold this week the price is
$7600. For further information Bee sole
LEAHY & BON,
223 Mercantile Place.
HERE IS A 6-ROOM MODERN COT-
tage, located on E. 43d St.; It Is a
beauty; Just finished; price $2700; JFOO
cash, balance easy. LEAHY & SON,
223 Mercantile place.
FOR SALE— TWKNTYPER CENT CAN
be made by buying a five-room house on
West 38th Htrect, neur Normandie; P'tr.)
cash and »25 per month. WISLKR,
MOOR]-: & CO., 333 South Hill street.
$2000; $500 CASH; $20 PKR MONTH.
Here Is a 5-rouin modern cotttifce, lo-
cated on 46th st., situated on a corner
lot, «v by 140; thU Is a beautiful place;
see this quick. LEAHY & SON, ?'3
Mercantile place. ,
THIS 5-ROOM MODKRN COTTAGE. LO-
cated on 43d, near Maple. Modern In
every respect; built for a home. .Price
$2350; 1350 itiHli; $15 per month.
LEAHY & SON.
, SS3 Mercantile I'lac*.
WITHIN A SHORT DIHTANCR
OF FICHIIinOA ANI> TENTH
SPLENDIDLY LOCATED. AT.T,
TN PKRFKCT ORDER; LOT
Bpftllft, FOR A PROMPT BALK
TIHfl I-OW PRICE WILL BR
ACCEPTED WITH A SMALL
CASH PAYMKNT OF $.%00 AND
MONTHLY PAYMENTS LIKB
JONES * TIYDER LAND CO.,
21S W. THIRD ST.
for BALB-NMW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW
on lot r.OxIOO; this plar-r- ,I\is.t brlnor com-
pleted; tnnt<e yntir own solorilmiH for
inshli- finish, wall tints, mniiM. electric
flxturrw. etCI (liip front porch IW feet
long; pplomllrt locntlOtl! half bIOCH from
rar line. I'rlro |3000, $1000 r.-ash. balnm-u
to suit at fi per rent.
11. O. DEVENS.
227 Laiißhlln Uldg.. 315 S. Broadway.
T HIH li-noojTICtoDKRN COTTAGE. Lo-
enteii on I3il Bt., nrnr Mnple. Modern lv
LEAHY * SON.
223 MfTrnntllo Flare.
$17io; jrior7 CASH, BALANCE EASY*;
this 5-roorn mnilrrn rottngo. Incnteil on
West 46th St.. Fltunteil on a lot •10x1,1."),
only S months old: be quick, LEAHY &
SON. 2.Pi Merrnntllo plnce.
City Lots and Landa
The tracts that are sure to trebl* In
value Inside of one year; humlteria if
houses being erucled; best soil, i»in>"t
water, best cat service nml nearest In
property fot the money In Greater Los
Angeles We can sell cholr-p Inn at H">o
and i\j> on easy Installments. What
wo have done for hundreds of
others we will do for you Before
buying take East 12th street and Hoo-
per nvenue ears south on Spring sir*"*.
to 16th nnd Ascot aye or 51st and Ascot
nve. Agents there nt all times Office
open Sundays Headquarters for V«r-
non real estate For maps and full In-
GRIDER S HMLTON
225 W. SECOND Sf.
A FEW MORE GOOD LOTS LEFT.
La Par k
Five pinked lip by home bull.lei-s ilnr-
Ing lust few diiyn. <Mv- Inl lust solil -it
tlw advance. Get n 1..t on the grailli'l
Jloor ill once, and jl humlsomu ni-011l in
a short nine Is us ccrtnln us that Liih
Angeles will continue In grow south-
SEE I"X AT ONCE
ROSS * LINDSEY,
314 11. \S'. Hcllman Ulilg.
Phones: Home Viji;:', Main \y22.
ROBERT F. JONKS TRACT.
Now Is the tinio to crrt In on the
ground lloor of this elegant "close-in"
trnct which Is being opened up today.
"Wo can offer you" fine, high lots in
this tract from $500 up. These are sine
to double In value, as cars will lie run-
ning through this tract in two mouths,
the poles being erected now. The tract Is
bounded north by Marathon st., west
Dillon St.. south Hcllevue aye., east En-
sign st. These lots nro not way out in
tho country, but in the city proper, anrl
nre In the trend of everything. rsr>
good .lulgnifiit (in.! mnki- mi early .-in-
puiiitmcnl so we enn "show you 1 ' this
beautiful new high subdivision. Terms
are, easy. ■
MORTON & MORTON.
SHI Byrne 1'.1.1g. |
FOR SALE— ACREAGE FOR SUBDIVI-
Twenty nt-ren for subdivision, Tho
finest piece of Innd adjoining the city
limits, just south nC Slauson avenuo
anil on the proposed Mom-la r-nr lino
at a ha-.-galn. This pleee fronts on
one of the principal .streets nnd cuts
up to spli-mlld ndvantatre. His pump-
ing plnnt ami other improvements .ill
ready to siilirlivido nml ready for thr:
market. All the nillolnlng lands hdrl
at from $1200 to $]i;oo per ncre. This
is a bargain anrt r-Jin be hail nt this
price only durinsr this week. Adjoin-
ing lands all subdivided and will Iks
pinned on the market in the next I'ew
J. A. MORLAN ft CO.,
202-203 Fay building.
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 snme chances as were offers!
in the Wcstlake district a few yeari
ago. We can sell you lnrge. level lots
80-ft. front, on Improved stieets nt prlres
from $450 up. Terms In some cases as
low nil $»0 down, balance monthly. Tiks
Colegrovj car to Weptern avenue, to our
branch office and Investigate fuily.
CITARLKS S MANN.
3I!G West Fourth St.
Branch office— Western Avenue and
Coleerove ear line
Acreage fi>r $20<), close to two car
lines, Just a little outside the city
limits, in thf- southwest, lino soil,
level land nnd lots of water You
can enjoy tho luxuries of ,i country
home rlose to the rlty on a 5-acre
piece on very onsy terms, This is
positively the best thing ever put
on the market. Better see about this
TUB QRRATRR I.OS ANGELES
1 HIM I. TV ((».,
433 Huntlnston. building.
FOR SALE— S7.-00.
Flgueroa str<-*t. SOxlfi.i. between
Second and Third. Fino business
408-409-410 O. T. Johnson bldg-.
THE LOS ANGELES REALTY CO.,
414 liryson Block,
Have a large list ot houses and lots
for your Inspection.
"This Is worth your while."
FOR BALK— ~~~
Fine high lot near Brooklyn aye. and
Bridge st.; walking distance and only
2 fine lots, Hollywood way, for $6T>O;
$350 below value.
5-iooni cottage, Boyle Helxhts, $1350
R. 8. SAUNDERS;
Room 405, Chamber of Commerce Bid*.
$UOO-LARGB, LEVEL LOT, 100x18(J~"tO
an alley, on two electric llneß In the
growing southwest, close to Flgueroa
Ht. Improved with 4-foot cement walk
and curb; ornamental and Nhudo trc-es;
beautiful muuntuln view. Terms if dv-
HUOIIKS & PECKIIAM,
110J-0-7 Union Trust llulldlng.
Home 5373. 3221.
$3J5-LAROE. LKVEL LO'~soxloO. ~ON
two electric lines In the growing Huuth-
west; improved with cement walk and
curb; bearlntf fruit trees; beuutlful
inouutaln view. A SNAP FOR A 110-MIO.
HUG! IKS & PECKIIAM.
110.'.-i;-7 Union Trust Uuilding.
Home 5373. Mala 3221.
HERE IS A OKNUINK UARGAIN. LOT
located on West 39th St., 40x135: price
only »MOO. $300 oa»h. LEAHY & BON, 223
Mercantile plac« ,
F. H. ROBINSON 3 CO.
WalnutsJ Walnuul Walnuts!
Walnut orchards neftlnjr $100 per
lore; fine thrifty trees; no blight;
nbunilHiierj of water absolutely free.
Como nnd t>c» this; a rare opportun*
it.v. for a short time, only J5OO.
Wo nre agents for
lands; come nnrl buy n home; alniii.l-
nnro of wntor; two ear lints. Only
$200 to $32". per acre.
If you want a nlre home In the. city,
large or small, rome anrl see tin.
F. 11. ROHINPON ft CO.,
32(1-7 Copp Hli1«.
I' OH SALE— ACREAGE FOR SUliblVl"
Twenty neres fur Biilirlivlslon. The
finest plir-e of land nrllolnhig the elty
limits, Ju«it south of SlniiHon nventiP i
nnrl on the proposed Moueta enr line,
at a b.irgnln. This piece fronts on
our of the prlnrlpnl Ftreetfl nnd cuts
up to splendid advantage. Hns pump-
Inpr iilaiit nnd other Improvements all
rrnrly to subdivide nnrl renily for the
mnrhrt. All the nillolniiig lands held
nt from $1200 to $1600 per nore. This
la a bnrgnln nnd enn lio had at thin
price only during thin week. Adjoin-
ing lands nil subdivided nnrl will be
pinned on tho market In tho next few
J. A. MORLAN & CO..
202-203 Fay building.
ALFALFA AND FRUIT LAND FOR
palf. with nbiuidaneo of wntcr; title
perfect; at prices from $8 to $25 per acre;
nltuntcrl on tho enst Bide of Antelope
valley. Los Angelo scounty. California,
f'nll or write. 703 FAY HLDG., corner of
Third and Hill, Los Angeles. California.
FOR SALE-ALL KINDS OF STOCK
ranches. Inrgo and small, with or with-
cooper ft ctmnrcriACK.
Room 137. 218 South nrond wny^
FOH SALE-21* ACRES ON fTfE CAR
line nrnr elty limits, southwest; If you
want to rnlse chickens it can't be hent.
BROWN fi WOODS, 312 Fay Bldg.
\VK WILL EXCMANfJK YOUR PROP-
f-rty for you. FIELD & ELLIOTT, D 36
I ]y rnn hldtr.. Brmulwny nnrl Third. '
City Lots and Lands
fIV-T, WILT/ HUY ONE OF THE BEST
lots In the growing southwest, near two
electric ear lines, on Kdlth aye. Hns a
north front. SUe 50xtR!». Improved with
i-ement walks ami curbs, graded and
oiled streets, 12-foot alley, nice shnrlo
mill fruit trees. beautiful mountain
view. Fine location for a home. Terms
HUGHES iv PBCKHAM,
UO.Vii-7 Union Trust Building.
_ Home 5371 Main 3221.
EAST I3IQHTH STREET.
KAST KIOHTI] STRKKT.
EAST 1-JIGHTII STRKKT.
No.w Is the tliin- to buy on East
Eighth street. I havn a few pieces
ln'lil at tin- name pri'-r- it was one year
tigo that wo can Bell rm reasonable
terms. Both pieces nre Income prop-
erty ami aro In siili-iidid rnndilion to
hold. Wo have DO foot just east of
Central avenuo with two five-room
cottages, for $.'i2 r ,o, i.ijil 2"i foot west
of Control with n nine-room house
for $1»00. Property on Kast Eighth
street can never bo purchased at this
price a siain.
THOS. J. HAMPTON,
139 S. Broadway. L. A. R. B.
EAST EIGHTH STREET.
EAST EIGHTH STREKT.
EAST EIGHTH STREET,
FOR SALE-HIGHLAND PARK.
Within two blocks of Occidental col-
lege, on high rislns ground, splendid
modern, seven-room, story-and-a-half
horse, strictly modern.' This house was
built by the rlay ami finished In every
particular. Price J3280, Will be raised
tn J.VjOO If not sold by Jan. 1, 1901). Part
Six-room modern house on Adalr st.
in South Woodlawn tract. Large
looms and lot. Nowly finished; never
been oceupleil. Un-to-rlate house.
TIIOS. J. HAMPTON.
119 S. P.roadway. L. A. R. B.
FOR SALE— TIIR BISST CORNER ON
between me Arcade ilepot nnd Matn
street If you are looking for some-
thing In this location it will pay you
to call in nnrl consult me
Phone 6921. 304 ilason Bldg.
WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH.
Hill St. cor., 06x120 $17,000
Central aye. cor.. 3-story bldg. .$lB,OOO
West 10th, $1200 income 410,000
BASSETO' & SMITH. L. A. R. 13.
202 Mi South Broadway.
FOR SALE— GOOD BUSINESS CORNER
with stores and flats above; now rent-
ing for more than 10 per cent net.
WISLER, MOORE & CO., 333 South
BUY RULLFROG BUNDLE. ASK YOUR
FOR SALE— AT ALTADENA, THE
foothill siction of Pasadena.
$12U0— -3 in i-i s vacant land.
$.;."i(IO — .'> acres assorted fruits, small
cottage; line view.
$0320— -Handsome building site near
car anil handsome homes; a fine cor-
ner, nearly 3 acres.
$tf'io0 — 15 acres, assorted fruits,
good location; matrniliiont view.
1.. SI. IMtATT, 608 Laughlln bldg.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— 2O ACRES
of alfalfa land 7 miles south of Loa
Angeles on Lonsr Beach line, located
by one of the boat towns in Southern
California: husilO-room house, 2 larftQ
barns and all kinds of sheds for stock,
f> artesian wells, large pumping plant.
Has walnuts, oranges and all kinds
of fruit trees. See OWNER, 223 Mer-
cantile Place, with Ellipse Real Es-
FOR SALE— ALL KINDS OF STOCK
ranches, large and small, with or
COOPER & CUDDEBACK,
Room 23 7 . 218 Sou th Broadway.
FOR SALE— AT LA VERNE, NEAR
San Dlmas, 35 acres in navels and Va-
lencia*, 6 years old, line largo trees;
good water right, excellent location ;
one of the finest groves in the state
Price $30,000. Including crop, or $25.-
000 without tho crop. 1.. HI. I'BA'ri 1 ,
60S Laup.hlin blilcr. "Headquarters for
Hotels pnei Lodging House*
FOR SALE— ROOMING HOUSES.
$1100 — M Rooms — Rooms 11 — fOOO.
14 rooms occupying the second floor
of a new two-story building. All
well furnrthi'' l . Including fine piano; 2
years' lease; low rent; only 5 mlnuteu
walk from llroadway You must hur-
ry if you want it. LINDSAY RIOALTY
CO., 204 doveranco bldg. Phones Main
liiiiir., Home 73US.
TOR BALE — A 34 -ROOM ROO.MINU
hoiisi! In a locality where you can
keep your rooms full and in a build-
ing wheie the landlord does not de-
mand all tho pronu. Ask to see It.
HItOWN & WOOD 3, 312 Ftty bldg.
I' OK SALE— LATH. LATH. LATH. XV U
are overstocked with them. Selling at
any old price until January 1; car-
loads a specialty. NATIONAL LUM-
BER COMPANY, 20th and Alameda
Eta. Branch office, Sth and Maplo avo.
BUY BULLJ>'"'»'» HIINOLU. ABK YOUB
OppnlnK of Wlntpr Term at th« GREAT-,,-
ER WOODBURY. N>w clnnaes and gecS- 1
tlnns, new nmhltlon, new life. All con-
templating entethiK pleasn call this wppk
to nrrnngo preliminaries. Homo 1850;
>09 S. IHII, HT., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
' COd^®' The Largest Buslneit
I ffflfW College in Lot Angelei
»#»«»7 953-3-7 W. 7th St.
Failures elsewher<) Biicceed here. It's the
TEACHER-lts the SYSTEM. Visit on»
of our large classes. Agres 12 to 62, 6UI
Currlor Blda. Home 2196; Main 6676.
— SOUTHERN CALtroffNIA ■ ■-/ ,'
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND}
0» J CITANO AVe. COS ANOtLE»,CAU
EDUCATIONAL ' .
FO R^SaTS^" BC^JoLAUSHIp" IN THH
Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address BOX 105
<^SlaSS3^^P Only $425. New York
TBjanPnriJilliSf Hi.. HIO ft. wide; lots mi
' Xfljj»' < *y% other sido of mime.
' V street sold out recent-
ly at $2uo higher than this lot. Owner
livoa in San Francisco, and wants tho
cash. It's a snap and won't last. Sco
me early. EDWIN ALDERSON, •'
12t*> H. Broadway.
BARGAINS IN PIANOS TAKEN IN
exchange on our Sohmer-Ceclllan and
1 STEINWAY-Ebony case; used six
months; cost new $700 $575
1 DECKER UROS.— Rosewood case;
cost new $500 $275
1 DECKER BROS.— Ebony case;
modern; original prire $000 $300'
1 DECKER BROS.— Mahogany case; •"
very lino Instrument; cost now
Jt.".O $330 .
1 KRANICH ft BACH-French wal-
nut case; used six months; original
price JT.iiO $410
1 KSTEY— Mahogany late colonial
case; very rich; bought new four
months ago, $175 $365
1 VOSK & SON— Mahogany case;
largest size; cost now $450 $265
1 RKGENT-Oak case; largest size;
used six months; cost new $300 $210
These instruments will be sold on
easy payments If desired.
OEORGE J. I3IRKEL CO.
315-317 South Spring Street.
for sale-mTl£Twork~and turn-v-
ing. Turned Redwood columns $1.00 v
eiich. Come! Let us Ilgure your bill.
We'll do the business. Largest lum-
ber yard in Los Angeles. Dry stock.
Ship any place. NATIONAL LUMBER
COMPANY, ,oth and. Alamcda. sta.
Braiicli' office, !)th ' and Alapleave.
FOR SALE — CARLOAD OF "m"a~L~
thoiri roofing." It is the best made,
nt only $2.10 per 100 sq. ft. We sell
everything In tho building line at -
cut rates, national lumber co.,
20th and Alameda sts. Branch office,
9th and Maple nvenue.
FOR SALE— CARLOAD OF CHICKEN
wire below wholesale price. Only 42u
per 100 sq ft. to January 1. Want
to close it out quickly. NATIONAL'
LUMBER COMPANY, 20th and Ala-
modn stiects. Branch office, 9th and
FOR SALE-NEW AND SKCOND-HAND
bllllaid and pool tables. Bur fixture* ot
•11 kinds; eusy payments. Send for cat-
alogue. THB BRUNBWICK-BALKB-
COLLENDEK CO.. (30 8. Broadway.'
Lob Angels* ■ ..
FOR SALE-A SCHOLARSHIP IN THH.'
Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address BOX 10S
McDonald & stott,
80U-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 come in and have a talk
We can handle property located In
any part of the United Stales. East-,
em property a specialty.
We have the best trader in the United
States; it means dollars to you to males .
his acquaintance. "i
We will give you quick action and
honest treatment whether you are a
buyer or seller; come in and see us. • .
McDonald & stott. ,''-,
309-10 Lankershlm Bldg..
Home Phone 4746. Uft
Sunset Main 4555. •■."
Seventy-live feet on Adams St.,
south front, surrounded by elegant
Will exchange for business prop- ' -'
erty and pay difference. \»_'
Fine chance for an Investment. . »•
CHAS. McKENZIB CO., : ! : 4
40!) 11. W. liellman Building. _■ ■*«
Home 5962. Main 6561.
' BER WHITE
Will Exclianje ■-■ ;
jour propel ty; uuinuiiuu oargaliu: ap-
ply at once. Satisfaction and quick rm-'
suits Member Realty Board. 304-6 URY-
BON BLOCK. 2d und Spring its.
EXCHANGES— IF YOU HAVE ANY-
thlng for exchange, city or country;'
send full description In first letter;
mention Herald adv. WM. N. IIOL-
WAY, 211 Grant Bidg, Home 1939.
FOR EXCHANGE — GROCERY FOR
real estate; stock of groceries and Kood
leaße; sales run over $75 per day. Prlco
$3000. WISLIOR, MOORE & CO.. 333
South Hill street. > ■
KOH SALE-A SCHOLARSHIP IN THB
Loi Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address 11OX . 106
I Inn id - .
MAX ON WILL EXCHANGE IOUH
pioperty, any location. Large list to
•elect from. MA.XUN REALTY CO..
I ' < . l l S Wtlmwon Hlitg >»iP
Italian Rioters Wound Police,;, t:
B" AMMU-lHleit Press ,, ;*'
TOUIUNGTON, Conn., Dec. 26.t~.Wh.11e j
attempting to arrest a party of Italians
who were fighting, Robert L^wit.L.. a
policeman, wub fatally shot,, and Ti. 8.-
Hull, chief of police, was stabbed 'early °
today. Klght Italians were Bhootlng
at one another when the police ap-
peared ana the Italians turne 1 their *
weapons against them. Chief Hull is
expected to recover
it . .-* :