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1 FOR SALT
_______ , , . .
BARfMtN OP fITXTH PTRF.OT.
BARGAIN or BIXTH STREET.
A lot MxMO m«r (!th and Ollv* sta., ttl*
g»st buy In thla aectlnn, near tha heart of
tmant^ If Improved; lm-(t« Improvements ara
under-war in thla vlolnlty; way under valua
of any property In tha ssm« block; If yoti
are Intsreated In (th *t. property thla will
x !nt«r««t you: lar«« profit oan be. mada la
ths a«xt M days. WATCH SIXTH ST.
K- ' C J. METIER CO.,
Agents. 810-u-U Bryaon fitk.
OUVB BTBF,F,T. OMVR STREET.
Iltiy where rnliipa are Increnalnir dally.
We have the follotvlna; good bnysi
Southwest corner Fifth nnd Olive,
West «Me ollrr. holwren Fifth and
Sixth, 100*1(18, Improved.
Sonlhe««t corner Olive) nnd Sixth Btreeta.
IM on Sixth by 150 to Klley.
80 feet on wmt side Ollvr,
between Seventh and Klghth.
(OxlM, with 110-foot rnnnlno; to F.lfthth
;. street, on en«t. side) olive, between
„■•■•■ Seventh and Klghth.
»>.■■'' ROBRRT MARSH A CO.,
■ v 808-8 If. W, llpllninn nil I 111 Ing.
k WE BELI, TUB EARTH.
PASSRTT A SMITH.
Orond ave., on the hill, 00x105; 15-room
building. Price 111.600.
West > 10th st., close In. Handsome flats,
ranted $100 per month. Price $10,000,
Fremont ave., near 4th at., 44x120; 8-room
houie; fine, alte for flats. Frlca $4000.
THESE ARE GOOD— SEE THEM.
BASSETT & SMITH.
SO2H So. Broadway. Rooma 207-8.
FOR SALE- . " "~~
. $21,000-M ft., San Pedro, near Bth.
$12,600-rfO ft, E. 4th, near Wall.
$12,000—60 ft., Gladys, near 6th.
j $10,0ftV->Lars;e ground, Allso and Anderaon.
$5,600-4« ft. and cottage, N. Olive.
$7.WW— ino ft.. Grand View, near Bth.
' $35,000— S»") acres for sanitarium.
ALL 'GOOD SOI.K AGENCIES.
629-531 Laughlln nulldlng.
, THOMAS H. HASTINGS,
1102 BHAI/y BLDO.
SELLB WAREHOUSE! AND FACTORY
SITES ALONG ALAMKDA STREET FROM
. 4TH TO 14TH. FRONTAGES FROM 50 TO
■-i ' 800 FEET, AND PRICES THE LOWEST OF
ANY. HE CAN SHOW YOU. SOLE
: .-,■■.-. - THOMAS H. HASTINGS, i
, 1102 BRALY BLDG.
FOB BALK lie.uWJ WORTH 530.000
. ILot 60x165 feet, Olive street, near Second.
Partial Improvements rent for $98.
Lot worth $16,000; Improvements, $Soo>.
This Is an unusual bargain.
- • Investigate without delay.
ROBT. MITCIIBTX CO.. Sole Agents,
808 8. Broadway. Members Renlty Board.
SIXTH AND MAPLE AVENUE.
SHOO PKR FRONT FOOT.
; ; . '. OPPOSITE "HUNTINGTON."
.- " W. M. OAKLAND » CO.,
. 824 HUNTINGTON BUILDING.
,"; i -•■■■■; ••:-• $50,000.
EAST FOURTH STREET.
' Corner lot, 68x106, between Main and San
Pedro. Worth ,$4OO a foot today; will be
f, W. H. OBEAR. 402 Johnson Bldg.
FOR SALE-IN THE FOOTHILL SECTION
of AUadena, adjoining Pasadena:
$1250— Corner lot, 125x214; located in the
heart of aristocratic Altadena; swell building
situ. • : ■
$1600— Four acres, unimproved ; elegant
view; fine building site.
1 $5500— Attractive, T-room house, new and
.modern; lot 150x205; near car line.
$«000-Flve acrea, planted to assorted fruits,
;" with- pretty 4-room cottage.
; ' L. M. PRATT, 608 Laughlln Bldg.
,;";■ on Altadena." >
THE MANUFACTURING AND ALSO
;'■'. ONB OF THE FINEST RESIDENCE
. -SUBURBS IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY.
: Office on the tract, or Suite 502 Faolflo
a J.~ WHITS A CO.. AGENTS.
■VC'i . . Hollywood ■ .. .
i NICE LEVEL LOT. 60x146, WITH CEMENT
.'curbs, graded streets and sidewalks:. conven-
ient to school, church and car line; located
between Western and Vermont avenuas.
:. -Price $300; $25 cash, $10 monthly. CHAS.
. 8. MANN. 315 West Fourth St.
FOR SALE — FIVH-RQOM HOUSE,
- 1 " lathed, i plastered, tinted walls, shades,
v screens; lot 60x130 to alley; price $1000;
$50 down. $10 monthly with Interest; lo-
cated at South Hollywood, convenient to
•: schools, churches and car line. CHAS. S
MANN. 816 Weat Fourth Street.
: •' Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-BNAPS IN FURNITURE AND
- household goods. This Is your chance; buy
now! $6.50 sanitary couches for $4.75, 6-ft.
.' extension tables $5.00; rockers, $1.35; dresH-
' era, $6 00; Iron beds, $2.50; lace curtains, 55a;
couch covers, $1.10; 1 bur. nursery hot platas,
j 25c; wash stands, $3.50; 6-pc. toilet sets, $1.75;
linoleum, Mo; 2-bur. gasoline atovos, $3.25.
- lllg vulura. We will save you money on
. yuur furnishings. J. M. OVERELL, 662-ii3-l
."■ . 8. Main. st.
. PIANOS-ALL YOU NEED TO PAY U8 IS $•
when you s«lect your piano, thon J6 monthly.
We won't charge you any Interest. We
~poaltlvaly guaraitoe the j rice we ask to
be the lame as aaked In New York, Boston
or Chicago. Remember the old house at
■ FITZaiiItALO, when you want a good
'Piano. 1U a. Spring street.
WALTER BROS.. 6H SOUTH SPUING.
• paint house*, set glass, carry largest stock
of burlaps, especially for wall purposes; can
be repainted or retlnted. 7«-ln. (not 7Mn.)
heavy natural burlap, ■ 20o: Sanltaa, tha new
wall cover tor kitchen and bath, S6o yd. ;
7-tt. shades, 25c; good paper and border for
12-foot room. $1; best paint, $1.60 gal.; barn
and roof. Wo; shingle stain, 75c; molding, to
HASO~NRY AND BRIDOE CONTRACTORS.
TAKE NOTICE. ■■ • , .
used: capacity fifteen tons; 1200-foot dear
■' ' i span. For further particulars apply to
' ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA RIVER KAIL-
. • ROAD COMPANY". Astoria. Oregon.
I FOR SALE—LUMBER, GOOD GRADES CAR-
'..' lead lots or less to anyone, any place, at
■ : u>we»t ' wholesale prices. l,c t us sell you
«v«rythlng to build that naw house. We
git buslneat. I '
■ . ' WHITING'S, »th and Mania.
FOR SALE-WINDOWS AND DOOKS; ALL
kinds at loweat prices. Get our flgurvs;
we'll ' save you money. Have furnished
omo cf the beat residences In the city.
Try us. •■■
.". '..•"- WHITING'S. Bth and Maple.
FOR BALE— NI3W AND ' BKCOND-HANU
' .billiard and pool tables. Bar flxtures ot
•11 kinds; easy payments. Bend for cata-
DKR CO.. «10 8. Broadway.
I DIiNSMOItK TYPKWKITKR — RECENT
" i model, flrst>clas» cpndltlon: value 860:
;■■•' will sacrifice for prompt sale at $47, AU-
■ dress BOX 1006, Herald.
KUH KAI.IO-HAf.K CARLOAD OOHHUOAT-
i<I Iron, very cheap; also carload u( poultry
■letting, 44<9 pur hundred s<iume feet.
WlllTlNtrS, 91h and Maple.
FOR SAI.B— FIVE"~H'ORBKi ! 6WEK FA'TIT
banks-Morse, stationary;- second-hand:
1 cheap: goad condition. CARBB CO., Ban
>Psdro. ■ ■ ' ' ■
Bveryt ning * you want you will ! fln« In tn.
ciassldod twgei a modern encyclojiedls. \
- Ra«l E»Ut»
FOR SALR OR RXCftANOB.
TF,N SHARKS OF STOCK
WELL- ESTABr,TfiIIFI) mTfUNT.SS HOUBB
ON SPRING ST.
WORTH $1000 A SHARE.
TItOS. t. HAMPTON,
118 8. BROADWAY.
tsooo—New »-room home, mts;. $J7iM, 7 p#r
cent, and new 8-rnom cottage subject t»
$l«on; want clear ranch or home In Pomona,
Pasadena, or near-by city.
$4000— Mt«\ $l»50;12 lots Bmith Hollywood,
for other property clear; will" consider east*
$18, 000— Orange trove of SO acrea, Mrmll In-
eumbrance of $1500, for city or eaatern.
WM. N. HOLWAT, 220 Grant Bldg.
FOR EXCHANOR-BY BEN WHITB.
(00 ranches. $500 to 1150,000.
100 houses and lota, $1000 to tSO.OftO.
100 orange and lemon groves. »20M «o $!!»..
8000 mlscellaneoua prnpertlee. T« bny, »»0
er trade property go to BEN WHITBI, 801
Bry»nn Rlock. »d and Spring streets.
FOR FiXCHANOR-FOIIR OOOO~aOLD MlN-
inar claims In the V'rgtnl.i I'file mining nla-
trlct. Will sell cheap or exchange for aome-
thing else, as the owner la not .this to de-
velop them. Come In and Investigate. This
Is a chance for aome one to make a fortune.
.1. A. MORLAN * CO.,
412 Chamber of Commerce Building.
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE YOUR PROPKR-
ty. any location. Large Hat to select from.
MAXOsf REALTY CO.. 114-115 Stlmeon Bl<l«.
BEN WHITE WIL.L EXCHANGE YOUR
proper!/. 808 HUYKON HLOCK, Second and
Hprt'ig »t». Memhur I> A. Realty nnard.
' ' LIST YOUR PROPERTY TODAY
BE ASSURED OV MT PROMPT
121 HENNE BLOCK.
?45O— SIXTEEN-nOOM ROOMINO HOUSE.
f3O0 — Hand laundry, all complete; thla la
a hargßln; Investigate.
S2O0 — Laundry route, horse and wagon.
$175 — Butter and egg route, horae, wagon.
SlftOO— Reataurant, $50 day trade.
$185 — Cigar stand: a. bargain.
462 <,i South Broadway, Room 19.
SlsOo— POOL HALL; FINE • FIXTURES,
long lease, cheap rent; olK'irs, tolincco and
cantly In connection; cash register, every-
thing complete. Another for $800.
MARTIN REALTY CO.,
411 Grant Building.
FOR SALE— AN ESTABLISHED REAL ES-
tate huelneaa with a large Hat ot property,
and office furniture, by a party going out
of business. A good opening for a new nrnn
who wants to get Into the business. For
particulars call at 411 CHAMBER OF COM-
. MERCE BUILDING.
JEWELRY STORE FOR SALE.
Price $4000, or Invoice. Nice, clean stock;
favorably located; rent reasonable. A profit-
able buy for a practical man. Business Op-
portunity Dept., JONES & RYDER LAND
CO., 218 West Third street.
NO FANCY PRICES FOR BORDERS. BEST
goods In U. S. for the money. Border and
paper for 12-foot room, $1; 7-tt. shades, 250
and 35c; molding, 2c foot; paper cleaner, 260;
old English floor wax, 40c; Sanltas, 25c.
Painting reasonable and guaranteed. WAL-
TER BROS., 627 S. Spring. . • .
FURNITURE STORE FOR SALE.
' A good chance tn Becure an up-to-date
stock of furniture for $2500. Sole agents.
Buslneaa Opportunity Department, 218 WEST
"auto livery business for sale.
Well located: business established.* Will net
8750 monthly; $5500 will handle it. Sole agents.
Business ■ Opportunity Department, JONES
& RYDER LAND CO.. 218 Wpat Third St.
LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS
.;„..„■ ■-<»■ Bank Stocks
■V . Bl"t. Asked
American National 112VJ 1134
Broudwa/.Bank and Trust C 0... 140 ' 15S
Cltlr.ens' Natloial 167
Commercial National 95 104
Dollar Savings Bank .« 120 130
ISquftablt- • Suvlngs Bank ISO " „.':
Farmera and Merchants' National 220
German American 365 40t
First National 310
Home Savings Bank o( L A 56 65
Los Angeles National 190 197
Lob Angeles Trust Co 102.50 ...
Merchants' National 300 306
Merchants' Trust Co 97
National Bank of Cal IN 200
Becurlty Savings Bank 235 ....
Southern California Savings 260 \ ...
Southwestern National 109 11014
State Bank and Trust 100 104
West Side Bank 103 110
Union Bank of Savings 830 ...
Hid. ' Aaseo.
Prices include accrued Interest.
Associated Oil 87 8954
California Paclflo Railway 100
Corona City Water Co 100
Corona Power &. Water Co ... »5
Home Telephono 89Vj 91
Killson Electric Co., con 97 1W
L.o» AngeioH & Redonao Hy. C 0... ... 103
Los Angeles Ist Con. Mtgs 100 103
Mission Trana. & F. Co 93 100
Pacific Electrlo Railway Co 10S 110
Mt. Lcwe Railway 89
Ontaiio Dom. Water Co 10* -
Pacific Light & Power Co 100 102
Temeacal Water C 0........ 98
United Elactrlo a & P. Co. .. 98 101
Pomona Con. Water Co 98
Riverside Light & Fuel Co ....;, 100
ban Antonio Water C 0.... 1M
Santa Barbara Blectrio Railway 103
Seaside Water Co M 100
Phoenix Light ft Fuel Co 100
Pomona A Ontario U ft P. Co. 109
Vlsalia Water Co
Union Transportation Co 06 101
Edison Electric old Isaue 101 ' 103
Edison Electric, preferred 73.50 » 75.00
Gmerg-ncy Hospital 40.M
Home Telephone, 48. 00
Home Trust 49.00 61.00
1.. A. Jockey Club 99.50 110.00
Title, O. & Trust preferred 116.00 ...
Title I. & Trust preferred 109.00
Cal. Portland Cement Co 13.00
Sun Drug Co. ts.oo
P»ciflo Wireless Tel. C 0... 6.00
Lob Angeles Brewery 115.00
Associated Oil " 27>£ .2S
Central 61 .ur.ij
Fullerton Con. .. ,26
Fullerton Oil 30 .314
Continental , .24% .27
Qlobe, . ,07', a .10
Home IWhtttler) 70
Mexican Petroleum It .33
Oilnda Land Co 05
lteed Crude S.SSVi J. 85
Union , 79.60 81.00
United Petroleum 119.00 121.110
Plru oil & Land Co
Whlttier Con Oil 01 .01%
Western Union ... ...
Puente Oil Co (0
West Laka , OHi ...
Butt* Led* 15.00 21.00
Qreen Con J7.00 $0 00
J«ue Bella 05
Nevada Chl*f ..,. •■••••••••• ... oh
New Bra H'; ,20
Nevada Kaystona ...
Biabe* Weat C 02,4 .0514
Qolden Argua S.OO 25.00
V*rd* King 11
Searchlight M. ft M. Co. M
Hufa M. & M. Co t;7 .n
PaiiiiiHulu M. A M. Co 01 .0a
Quartette , (,50 ,
. Los Angeles Bank Clearings
Exchanges for th* banks comprising tha Lo«
Angvloa Cioarlng hous* were a* follows:
' 1905. 1904. 190$.
March 13 ...$1,614.8CJ.9ri *1. 1ii1.577.5S $ W7,975.iW
March 14 . 1,268,974.61 1. 1w1.1125.K9 1,307,377.2j
March 15 ... 1,523,283.11 ],31«,4ii3.21> 1.2M.1173.1ai
March 10 ... 1.801, 629. 78 1,108,23}. 1ff 1,373,350.18
Hu|>«rliitenrt«nl 'Backus yesterday ■ Istutd
hull. linn permlta aa folluws:
' Adalr street. sms-Cora 8.. tines, owner; J.
A. Sn»e, ImlMer; one-story, ove-rooti) (cam*
i-asldem-*: $1000. . . .
Aveau. Thirty-tight, 312 -Mrs. R. aoM«n»on,
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH ' 17, 1905.
a«n«f an>l tmllder: alteration* to frame resi
Hi>r»ndo KtrMt, IH*-O. B. Rr»M», owner «nj
builder! on«-«tory, three-room frame residence;
Royl* avenue, 1517 South— Warren Wlloon,
owni>r and builder; rme-atorf, fri»m« ahed; $160.
Central avenne, hn— fl. I* Horlon, own«r;
A. U Hal*y, builder; alteration* to two-»tory
frame hulldlna;; $1000.
Church avenue, 1720— fienrg* Stewart, owner;
Walter S. dark, builder; nne and nne-ha,lf
atory, alt-room fram» re*ld«nei>; $2900.
Donabol atreef, I*7o— C. <'.. rit»»r, owner; tl.
If. Whltaon, builder; one-*tory frame building;
FKruerna. street, 212 Snuth-A. D. Pnitalry nnd
R. O. Iflnen, own«r«; Mr, Awmea, builder; one-
Miry frame building; $25.
Fl|tu»ros, Ktreet. 8(122 South— Thoma* K. Mil
ler, owner «nd builder; one and one-half -story,
aevi-n-room frame residence; $2000.
Flfty-alnth f>tre«t, near Honpur avenue— J.
W. Cuslck, owner; M. Ferred, builder; one
atory, three-room frame romdi>nee; $400.
Fifty-third afreet, M% F,aat— Mrd. Clara Sailor,
owner; Chnrlea Viceroy, builder; one-atory,
five-room frame residence i $710.
Forty-third afreet, 242 Rest-Wen U. Ouber,
owner and htillder; one-atory, (Ive-room frame
Oram*rry place, 1423 — Iy>rela Rchlrm, owner;
W. 8. C.larU, builder; two-story, eight-room
frame residence; MM»i.
tlelon street, 14S7— fl. I!. Miner, nwn»r; R. W.
tendon utreet, Sill-Mrs. Itehecca. Chaimh«r-
Isln. owner; T. W. Oale, builder; one-elory,
(Ive-room frame residence; $1000.
Normnndle avenue, SIW-Mcla Krohn, owner;
ritlshurg Construction company, bulldere;
one and nne-half-atory, eight-room frame resi
Olive street, (127-K29 Soulh-Mr«. J. It. Foater.
owner; J, T. Hanlon, builder; alteraltons to
frame hulldlnx; $:I2M).
orteara atreet, weat of Central avenue — J. R.
llnpklna, owner and liullil*r; one-atory, nve
room frame reald»nce; $1800.
l'ecan atrret, 308— T. O. Clark, owner and
hultder; one-atory, five-room frame reeliienca;
I'eean street, 112-T. O. Clnrk, owner nnd
bill lit on*vMory, fl vo~roont frnmo r^sidoncsi
Pecan street, 814— T. O. Clark, owner and
builder; one-atory, five-room frame residence;
Sixteenth street, 215 Went-Durges nnd H'Jr
rcs, owners and builders; one-Btory frame
San Pedro Shipping
StMmar Chrhalls, Orny'a Harbor.
Steamer Charlss Nelson, Portland.
Ship Batißalorr, Philadelphia.
Barkentlna Holllswood, Ban Francisco.
Steamer F. H, Noggett, Eureka.
VESSELS IN PORT
Bark Haydn Brown, Tncoma.
Schooner \V. F. .Tewet, Cray's Harbor.
Steamer San Gabriel, Umpqua.
Steamer Premiss, Eureka.
VESSELS ON THE WAT .•' "
Ship riiMlciß. Hamburg .'.,. 43
Schooner Admiral, Everett 21
Schooner Nokomls,' Oray'a Harbor 1U
Schooner W. F. Witzenmn, Qray'a Harbor.. 18
Schooner Btlmson, Bullard 13
Schooner Mahukona, Portland SO
Schooner Wawona Wllllpa ID
Schooner Polaris, Everett 19
Schooner Philippine, Gray'a Harbor 15
Schooner Endeavor Olympla 14
Schooner, Oceanic Vance, Gray'a Harbor.... 13
Schooner Taurus, Ludlow 7
Schooner M. Wlnkleman, Gray's Harbor 13
Schooner Resolute, Belllngham 14
Schooner A. F. Coats, Gray'a Harbor 11
Schooner Columbia, Ballard 11
Schooner 3. H. Bruce, Tncoma 10
Schooner Dauntless, Gray's Harbor 10
Schooner Caroline, Umpqua 0
Schooner Dora Bluhm, Eureka 10
Schooner Alpha, Wlllapa 10
Schooner Snow & Burgess, Ludlow... 8
Schooner Prosper, Ballard 10
Steamer Mandalay, Crescent City I
Steamer Santa Cruz, San Francisco 2
Steamer Santa Barbara 4
Schooner Soquel, Hadlock 6
Schooner Honolpu, Portland 6
Steamer Samoa, Caspar 3
Schooner Alice McDonald, Blakeley 3
Ship Glenerlcht, Hamburg 25
LOADING FOR THIS PORT
Schooner Commerce, Everett.
Schooner J. W. Clise, Everett
Barkentlne Makawelis, Mukllteo.
Schooner Louise, Umpaua. .• '
Schooner Compear, Mukllteo. *
Schooner Baneor, Grays Harbor > •-■■
Barkentine C. F. Crocker, Port Townaend.
Schooner Susie Plummer, Everett.
Barkentlne James Johnson, Portland.
Schooner .Argus, Graya Harbor.
.Schooner O. J. Olson, Ballard.
Schooner B. T. Alexander, (irnys Harbor
Steamer Charles Nelson, Portland.
Schooner Expansion, Ballard.
Schooner Forest Home, Olympla. "
Schooner Jamea A. Garfleld, Grays Harbor.
Schooner R. E. Godfrey, Ballard.
Steamer Robert Dollar, Mukllteo.
Schooner Irene, Portland. _v/ , , '.
;. '■■' 'y .' Redondo Shipping
No arrivals nor departures yesterday.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Schooner Samar, from Everett.
Steamer Norwood, from Seattle.
Schooner Mary Dodge, from Eureka.
Schooner Transit, from Tacoma.
Steamer Atlas, from San Francisco.
Barge No. !i:>, from San Francisco.
Tug Redondo, In port.
ON THE WAY.
Steamer State of California, from San Fran
Schooner Eva, from Eureka.
Schooner Melroße, from Qray'a Harbor.
Schooner Endeavor, from Olympin.
Barkentlne Mary Wlnkelman,- from Gray's
Schooner Prosper, from Ballard.
Steamer South Bay, from Qray'a Harbor.
LOADING FOR THIS PORT.
Schooner Ensign, at Everett.
Barkentine Portland, at Port Townsend.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
THURSDAY. MARCH 16, 1905.
James W. McDonald to Joseph R. Hitch-Lota
20, 21, 23, block H, lJellls»lerl J ellls»ler tract...; $10
U. T. & R. Co. to I). I. Nofzlger—Recon
vey of lot 1, block C, EMella tract
C. H. Long to Michael Rchliuu— Lot 46, His.
cock & Smith's First addition Jin
J.-C. Lennox to C. E. Huser— Aßiesment to
convey lot beginning 143 font north of N.E.
corner of Harmon Church, lot, thence west
200 foet, etc $7W
John C. Lennox and l.Uzle 11. Lennox to
Theodore Wlniinriangor— Lota 67 to 79, 85 to
104, 106. 108, Flgueroa I'ark tract $10
May Hello Olson Hill to Albert E. llllrs-
Part of block 0, Nichols n<ld 810
R. A. Fowler (o Pioneer Investment & T.
Co.-l'urt of lot» 3. 4, 13 and 14, block 70,
O. 8 |10
D. I. Nofiileor and MuKgle Lehmer Nof»lg»r
to L. A. Ry. Co.-Lot 1, block C, EstrePn
tract , Jl«
H. V. Beauoliump and Carrie Beaux-hump to
Jeptha Turner— l<ut 17, block V, Dayton
Heights, tract tlO
William II Vedd«r and Hattle M. Veddor
to«W. 1. Holllngswurth-Part of (irOKnn lisa
in Hon. Santa Anltif umi Han rasqua.l ...II
Maxie M. Coulter and 11. \V. Coulter to W.
V. Nordholt-l'urt lot IS, block 4. Wolfskin
Or .tract »lv
Annelid Arnaelnteen In Mi»hi>le <inri>r>ili>-l.i>t
40, C. A. Kmlth'ii Third addition SIO
Palsy Ahlilmuirli and A. 11. Ashbaugh to
Louise Herrmann- Lot 27, L, N. Breed's HUb.llO
Alfrwi J. l.rHum- anil Fredellna M. IrfHaga
to Charles Rosemeller and Al C. Hn»smlll.i -.
Cart lot* » and 13, Josef* nib. of Cells Vine
yard tract 14001)
Frank R. Strong, Pearl Mining, George \V,
Dickinson and Myra Dickinson to John EJ.
Hopkins -l.nl 8, block 11, (Strong & Dickinson's
Central Park Sin
K. M. Tyler (signs and acka. Frank M.
Tyler )and MllUn II Tyler . to Louise J.
Bmlth— Part lot 80, Culver's Roxbury Park
tract ■ 110
Kfiiiirn 8. Wlnalow and Bmallne li. Wtnslow
to Calvin U. Oltn~L'>t SO and part lot SI,
block A, Central Beach tract $21128
Frank O. Plait luv. <'". In Ren* Hogan-
Part lot 18. Frank O. Platt Co.'a Orange Villa
tract , •• 110
Albert IMifi'ni'i 1 to Nels Petterson— lxit 11. H.
W. okili'm'h sub i |10
W, \ 4 . Itlchanlson (known as W. 8. Illclmnl.
son) to O. 11 Hayes-Part of lota 11, la uml 13,
Yernon Avenue tract 110
th'orge 11. Rector and Minnie 8. Hector to
RcKinuitl H. Morgan, Jr.— Lot ID. block 22,
Wulfuklil Or. tract 110
U. T. & T. Co. to Clara B. Klll«-l..,t 14.
hii'iihk * Uioklnson'a Wuwllawn tract $10
Mrs. Alberta liurke to Fsnnlu Ij. Judaon—
Portion of lot I, bluck 1, Hollywood lK'v.m
View tract ...II
lliiniilv ilrace Wortley to Fannie 1.. Judaon-
Portlon of Int *. block 7, Holly wiwl Uvtmn
View tract , , 110
JnnM>>i"X> A. Allan (formerly Josephine A.
llubluinl) to J, J. aiih'ii- Part undivided V,
inteiest In <ot 4. block U, Phillip* aud. tu
Poire ntt '...'....; 110
Jamea J. Allan (aometlmna written J. J. Al
lan) to Josephine A. Allan (known »• Josehpln*
A Hubbard-Lots I. », 3, 4, 6, 11 and 1!.
block 1M- Pomona alt)
Huntlncton Land & Imp. Co. ■' to ElUabnii:
M. Manlt and Thomas M«nl*-Let« IK and 17,
block ii. M.-Klnloy Place |10
All.n D. lintt in Rom a. Davis—Lots M »fl.l
17, Mock 4, orchard tract $10
William P. Hall anil Mary P. Bull to Jacob
nirnbanm-Lnt », Mock A, Schiller tract ...|1»
So»!>ld« W«t(>r Co. to Itrondwny B. ft T. Co.,
triiKtoe to j. w. Royrt— lx>t t, block M, Ocean
Pior tract , .,, $13
Henry P. rtArnnur, Florenc* W. Borhniir and
.Tnllin M. Pnr««11 to name— Lot I, Wock M,
Oconn PUr trrn-t »i
Thorn«« B. Wn.T'.wnrth find Mary A. Wmi«
wnrth to C. W. flt«w»rt— Lots 29, JO, 11, 82, »S,
M a and M. norm* Villa tract $19
(. W. Stewart and o. r,. Wewurt to O.
Domhrownkl And I» Domhrnwukl— flnm» rrop-
W. W. BhMdor, Jr., to I.ir.i. OoMman-fjotfi
27 and », hlock 1«, Wolfnklll or. tract $10
Cj W, nowor, Saroh H. rtnwer, H. <!. o<iwer
■nd Ellanhnth N. flnwer to Mjrr* O'DonMll-
Ivot B, block », Ocenn View tract No. 1..,...510
1., n Booth tn Mm Carrie 1,. Coon-lot 11,
Mock M, AUmltna Honoh towntiltn $1100
Rvron Krk»nhri>ckor «nd Anna Flora Krken
brocker to F. A. McHurnoy-Is>t 10, Hlllmd*
tract ..' ', no
Own-** Thurner to rhnrle» Scherer-fiOta II
jnd 1», In sub. of block 2, Brearley * Slnna
hanith truct $10
John W. Hpndfmon to Oth«rlnn t* IToM
fldM-Pdrt lota A and 7, block B, Flnney tract;
part nf lot 4, block n, Flnnry tract $10
\nn t,. Henton to Catherine U rTnldrldß*-
Pnrtlnn nf loin n and «, block B. Flnney tract;
part Int 7. block 11, Flnnny tract $W
•tamfa F. Chaffee and rallota H. CaffM io
Edward I). Klnir-Lot 21 and part lot 82, Ferry
(I'nrge n. ITpp and Fannie A. ITpp to Kate
W. Bprnwla-lAt «, hlock B, Hart aril Heights
tract , no
RnckMt-Pnrtlon of block 3, replat of Ijtttln
Annl» R. Canflold. nioeeker Candeld and
Harry F.llnwrorlh Canneld to Olnf Olaon— tlnd.
B-H of part lota 1 and 2, block «, Urmstnn
tract , $10
W. J. Mmon and Nollio Mason to Edith B.
Plilllp .1. Ward, deceased, to Ellnaheth M. C.
Nlnile— l,ot 27 and part lot 28, hlock 10, Crrn
cent nay tract \ $2«'.0
Oertrurln B. llllna and Albert E. lilies to
May OlKfn Hlll-Portlon of . lota S and f,
block 4, neaudry tract $10
Art lie C. llnlbrook to Marie I/julae Ortllelv-
Lot 45, Daman A Mlllard tract $10
1.. F. fierran to James .McDonnugh and M*ry
A. McDnnouitli— JM 9, hlock F, Thomas trt,.slo
Oorue I>. Campbell and Lillian E. Campb-ll
to William M. Bmlth— Lot 21 of aub. of tracts
4 and 4. Nelmeyer rntate $10
John Henry and Anna Henry to Julia Loulna
King-Lot II), Banner tract $*V)
T. J. Lendrum and Kathleen A. Lendrum
to Alf Morris-Lot 19, Scott'a add. to Santa
Monica ; $10
Edward H. Tufts and Kdythe O. Tufta to
Arthur George Wells— Part lots 13 and 14,
Ellendalft Place; part lota ISU and 14V4 Bow
k>rs- add. to Ellendale Place $10
Samuel W. Little and Mary U. Little to C.
F. Herman-Part lot 17, block 13, Brooklyn
Heißhts Oanahl tract $SSO
Susanna C. Ott and John Ott to Lorenio D.
Hsnrne and Sadlo lloarnc— Lot 10, block 3,
Charles M. Htlmson to Fielding J. Stllnon Co.
—Lot 40, block 31, Aniteleno Heights $10
Lewis Butman and Anna K. Butman to May
W. Hunnlcutt-Lot 8, block 14. Whlttl< 1 r....5WG0
R. J. B. Rlvero and Amellne Rlvero to
Joalnh D. ' Hood-Lot 15, block .2, H. J. It.
Rivera's sub »IO
H, J. Baldwin to Bert Travers-Ix>t 1, block
A, Lucky Baldwin tract $10
Same to mmj- I-iOt 2, block A. 5ame.. .».. .110
Same to Sara Brodek— Lots 3 and 4, block
A, Bnme $10
Sara Brodek and R. T. Brodek to Bsit
Travcrs-Lots 3 and 4, block A, time tract.. slo
E. J. Baldwin to same— Lot 6, block A,
same .' $10
Lydla B. Shields to J. C. Wlllmon-Lot 6,
block 70,-, San Pedro $30CO
Eudora H. Caddafrnn to Frank 8. Hlcka and
Frank Griffith— Lots 22 and 23, block 15, Wolf
skin Orchard tract |l«
Addle M. Durrell and George A. Darrell to
Jacob Knapp-Lot 22, Mlchener & Curtis sub
Edwin C. Ninde to J. H. Knapp and John
J. Schoch-Lota 21 and 22 in lot 4, Nlndes sub
Huntlngton I* & Imp. Co. to Clovla Malay-
Lot 24, block D, Park Place 11°
J. W. Beardsley to K. P. Sangulnnettl— Lot3
39 and 40, hlock 16; lota 1 and 2, block IS;
lots 23 and 24, block 19, Playa del Rey town
Emily Catherine Ward, executrix of estate of
block 1, George Dalton, sr., tract $100
William 11. Nelswender, admr. to estate of
George N. Chlttenden, deceased, to Corbln-
Chittendcn Realty Co.— Undivided 1-3 Int. In
part Soc. 8, 2 S., 13 W JSOOO
Corbin-Chlttendcn Realty Co. to T. I. &
T. Co— Portion of section 8, 2 8., 13 W $10
John 8. Meyerholas to William Schaper— Lots
10 and 11, Crescent Park tract $!"
Henrietta Green and Mary Green to J. R.
Ells-Lot 6, block B, Wotkyns & Martln'a sub
U. T. & R. Co. to John D. Gallatin— Lot 258,
Mettler tract » 10
N. P. Campbell to J. W. Ellsworth— Lot 23
and 24, Aurora tract H
E. A. Knapp and Lena Knapp to Mrs. Mar
garet Denlke-Lots 10 11 26 and 27, block 1,
Dodd tract I" 0 "
Ferdinand J. Schlnnerer and Emma Schin
nerer to Louis A. Schlnnerer— Undivided y,
Interest In lots 27 and 28, block 70, Long
Alamltos Land Co. to Louise R., Shaw-Part
Farm lot 63, Alamltos traot $10
Charles N. Brundage and Marcla D. Brun
dage to Henry A. Austin— Lota 10 11 and 13,
block 10, Venice of America tract $10
George H. Curtis and A, H. Curtis to Elisa
beth 8. Hosmer— Lots 31 32 33, Curtis trt ..$lO
Cyionlus A. Newcomb and Mary Sharpe
Newcomb to H. J. Schaper— Lots 40 41 42 43
44 and 45, Samuel Stratton subdivision ....$lO
i Anna M. Bannister to H. J. Schaper— Lot 3,
Thomas F. Flynn's subdivision $10
Same to same— Lot 10, block C, Central
traot ■ M"
B. O. Kendall and Belle R. Kendall to same
—Lots 11 12 and 13, South Marengo Boulevard
U. T. St R Co. to Sylvester Davenport— Lot
77, block C, Salt Lake Depot trt No. 2 ..$lO
Alice I. Moulton to Lizzie B. Merrill— Lot 19,
South Side tract $10
Marie Donelmonl to Laura Squire— Part lota
6 and 7, Eulalte tract (10
Steams-Counts Inv. Co. to Albert Hermes-
Lots 16 and 17, block 30, Alamltos Hts. trt $10
S. O. Davis and Charity T. Davla to B. P.
McCracken-Part lot 23, Wilmington Colony
William Baldridge to R. A. Scott, Estulle
Miller Johnston— Lot 6, block 67, Alamltos
Beach townslte $10
Clara Stevens to A. W. Reynolds— Lots 43
and 45. Atlantic Avenue addition $10
W. I* Richardson to Mrs. E. W. Rasmussen
—Lot 18, Richardson tract .' $10
John J. Davis and Samllde Davla to Anna
E. Wilson-Purl lot 1. block 28, Long Beach $10
Jennie A. Reeve, John Carroll, Jane Carroll.
C. J. Walker and Carrie D. Walker to Sarah
11. Hunsaker-Part lot 19, Carroll Park trt $10
Snniii Monica Commercial Co. to John 8.
Orirnn— Lots 1 to 6, block M ; lots 18 to SO,
block I; portion of Fifth street now vacated,
lying between said blocks; portion of block X,
all In Santa Fe tract $infl
Addle F. Wolcott. Hyson S. Wolcott, Mar.
garet Redbrun and Walter B. Redhurn to
Mrs. Ella Lyons— Lot 24, Redburn'a Falrvlew
tract .* $10
Mary Novln and W. D. Novin to Frank W.
Clark— lot 18, block 1, Elm Aye. tract ..$lO
Jamea T. Ferron and Mary Ferron to E.
Ciurrle Smead— Lot 2. block 7, Klectflo Ry.
Hsid. Assii $10
J. 8. Hanson and 11. O. Hanson to J. B.
Ni'wt(.n-l.nl 8. block B, Urmston tract ....$1
Abbot Klnney Co. to E. P. Clark-Tract In
east lino of Inner Bny Survey, north 16 ile.
grces, went 150 feet, station 12; thence along
said cast line south 15 deg, east 429.1 ft etc $1
Pacific Ijind Imp. Co. to M. H. Sherman-
Part of Rn. La Halona $10
Adams-Phillips Co. to Joshua Nonlgate— Lot
14. block A, The Homa truct JIJO
W. L. Wicks (»!kiis and ack. M. L, Wkkc)
to William Chapman-Lots C 7, 58. 134. 147. 160.
151, 154. 2"H. 234. me. 330, Edendale tract. ...slo
Pnul /.Ink to Ida Xtnk-lx>ts 1 ana I, block
i", Naduenu Orange tract $10
Ella C. Bchaad to A. J. Hsrtneid-Lots 7 an.l
8. block 11, Alamltos Heights tract $10
Robert F. Jones and Murla T. Jonea to
George W. Dialer— Lot «. block 5. Pacific
Elizabeth Chittsnden to Corbln-Chltttnden
Really So.-Portlon of Sec. 8. 2 8., 13 W $1
Selnia lleiirikHiin to \V. 10. llrnwn- I.«h 5
and 6. Neptune tract $600
Belma' Hendrlrkson to George W. Klng-I.nt
9, block B, Orion tract |200
T. I. & T. Co. to Viola C. Miller- Nils 34
and 39. South Park Avenue Hums tract $l'j
V. Debrunner and Christina Dsbrunner to
Max Brezt-Part lot 11, N. E. Pomona trt. s2soo
May J. Clay to K. 'rniwku-I.nl 25, block t,
Peck's tub. of Carolina tract ,$lO
Mary K. Kiel to Andra I). Hartley-Lot 8.
block 26. Garvama add. No. 1 $10
The mate Bank ot Ban Pedro to L. L. Ull
iiiiiro-l.it I. block 9, Kudeclnda tract »IO
Fielding J. Htllson to Marshall Stinnon— Lot
25. block 17. Angoleno Height $10
M. U Wlcka to Charles M. Btlmson— Lot*
30, 32 and 34. .Angeleno Heights traot, blook
Josle E. Mathuss and Z. D. Mathuaa to
Milton 13. PuttiTHoii-l.ot t. bloulc 1, Brooklyn
Holghta Oanahl traot . $10
Kuiiiii'tli A. Morton to \V. R. Morrison—
Part section 13 I B 12 W $10
Manhattan Beach Co. to William J. Miller—
Part lot 2'J. block 119, Manhattan Beach Di
vision No. I $10
Ella C. Thompson (known aa K. C. Thomp
son) to Bonntt 11. Strong-lot 11. block U.
I'i. L. A.; lot T. block 84. same; lot 13, Bat
ford'n subdivision: lot 6. Bturg«'s subdivision i
part Int 1. Kmbody's lubdlvlslon; Int 4.
Rturie'a subdivision: lot 19, bluck S, W. I!. B.
Kk'hardion subdivision; lot so, blook I. Rich
ardson allotiiieni : lots i2l and 31. ■ block 2.
Rlchardaon subdlvlaloni lot •, block- 11,
B. UA. ..: ......v •'•'.,.. „ ..$lO
Jl«rbKt p*mon to J. C. Crlbb «od John Blu
clnlr-T.nt 41, Crlbb A Sinclair West OarfleM
HelftM* tract $10
Retell* M. Dellamore and Albert Peiiamors
to k. 1.. Henck— ljot IM, Boettc.hcr tract ..$lO
John a. Mott to Ula, Falrchild Mott— Lot 11,
block 11, Went Adama Height* $to
.Toeeph Rartlett to C. V. Bean— Part section
7 J B 1.1 W ....SMOO
Wm. R, nurke (sign* William R. Burke) nn.l
Jessie O. Burke to Dwlght 11. Hurt— Part lot
15, hlock (1, Huber tract $10
Sherbnrn H. Miner and Mary R. Miner t'i
Oolden State Realty Co.— Part lot S, Flower*
A. B. Whitney to Albert M»rc»r— lx>t I, block
Bfl, (Ulendora $10
Albert Mercer and Wsell R. Mercer to Irv
ing fl. Metzier— Lot 4, blook 1, Ames aubdl
vision of Ola«se11 tract $10
■ Hi" '
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS WB
DENOUNCED BY SPEAKERS
Large Audience Gathers to Hear of
8. P. C. A. Work— Reception
to Mrs. Wllcox
A large number of people RAthered
at Temple auditorium last night at a
meeting he.lii In the Interest of the So
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals and listened to addresses by
prominent frlendi of the society. The
nftnlr was In the nature of an enter
tainment and the program was fol
lowed by a reception In honor of Mrs.
Ella 'Wheeler Wllcox.
A piano solo by Jean de Chauvenet
was the first number and this was fol
lowed* by an address by Kabbl B.
Hecht, In which he pointed out the
danger of Indifference to the suffering
of animals and the necessity for be
ing aggressive in kindness. Mary
Llncke-Evans charmed the nudlenc!
with her vocal interpretation of "Cl
sla's Dream" from Lohengrin," an.l
she responded to hearty applause with
a. delightful encore. ■ ■ >vv< :
A poem by Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wll
cox was read by Oeorge A. Doblnson,
and he prefixed his reading with a
tribute to the author.
nev. W. H. Wder of the Westlake
Methodist church delivered an address
and Officer Zlmmer gave a report of
the work done by the society.
Rev. B. Fay Mills made a plea for
the membership of the society, saying
that there - should be at least three
thousand members In a city the size
of Los Angeles. Mr. Mills spoke on
the evils "of coursing and denounced
those who uphold this and ' similar
things in the name of sport.
A. T. Walper played a violin solo
and a hymn written by Mrs. Wilcox
was sung by the audience.
Death of D. . 8. Barmore
David S. Barmore, president of the
Monrovia bank and for many years a
prominent business man, died yester
day morning at his home, 2341 Thomp
son street. ' Mr. Barmore conducted a
transfer business in Los Angeles ten
years ago and then returned to his
home in Madison, Ind., until 1300, when
he again came to California. He wan
70 years of age and up to the time of
his death was in active business. The
deceased leaves a wife and one son,
E. H. Barmore, president of the Los
Angeles Transfer company. '
Career Cut Short by Consumption
Special to The HeiaM.
CORONA, March 16.— Wilbert Lewis,
aged 20 years, four months and ten
days, passed away at the family resi
dence in this city last evening. The
cause of death was consumption, from
which disease deceased had been a
patient sufferer for the past year. The
funeral will take place on Friday
morning from the Methodist church,
Rev. C. M. Ross officiating. Deceased
was a bright, energetic and popular
young man and a member of Corona's
high school. The remains will be laid
to rest in Sunny Slope cemetery. A
father, mother and two , sisters sur
The weight of a body is said to in
crease as its temperature falls.
COOKING WITH GAS
The way to get gas in a street
where no main is laid is to ask
the company for it and wait —
how long depends on your
neighbors, whether they want
it or not.
; "Wall, it's all off now. Here's
\ my notice from Whltcomb-Glb- ,
[ son Company that their openln' ]
', tale of Ocean Park Height! Ii '
'. postponed on account of rain, ■
, but they don't say till when. ■
'. They say 'prob'ly till next Thurs- •
• day, the 23d.' Guess I might 's <
• well hive up a spell now and ■
■ nus« my rhumatiz. This rain Is ;
■ the beatln' of anything I ever ;
' see In Callforny. ;
"Papers say It rained 1.06 ;
■ Inches yeste'd'y, but I know It ;
was mor'n that at Third "nd
; Spring street—lt was purty nigh ;
; to the top of my bootlages." ;
Come down to the Herald
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Will Give Away a Magnificent Lot In;,':
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Tract* at Hollywood .\ .•. .•.
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of lot 50x175 ; situated on Prospect cAvenue, facing the
mountains and orange groves, and one of the best located
lots in the Tract. We paid $1100 for this property* and we
are going to give it away absolutely Free.
How to Get It,
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