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AN OPPORTUNITT ~ '
THAT IS PASSINO.
Mora at 1M» mnd I" belnir sold #Ter» tHk,
I* 1 .'" -?'," 1 .!? ""•WO-ocr* «r»et ef tarn,
wh*«t anrl MfnlfA land will toon be rone.
«- EX « lnvMt ? r or " n mM««lter who hm #09
or llfl,Mo nni who fall* to gel 44 hctm or *
Metlon of this land at our pre«em prleea la
making n mlgtakft.
FRICH NOW 122.F0 AN ACtlB
WESTERN roroNIZATION AND IN-
«tl Herman W. Helimitn BM§\,
Cor. 4th and Bprlng. Loa Angelea.
FOIt BALE- "~" "
I SNAP! BNAPI
Kl«v*n «cr»s bfmitlfnl Unrt, all level.
Only $150 per acre.
Three-quarters mile from trolley,
Terms to lult,
BAN CUnniEt, REALTY CO.,
Pan Unbrlel, Cal.
Office opposite Mission.
■ — ItEMKT VALLEY
SOIL. WATER. CLIMATE.
Have you hoard of Hemet?
Have you seen Hemet?
Have you heard of or seen land at Hemet?
If you have not, don't mlaa It. Oo now.
Illuntrnted booklet and excursion rate. Ap-
ply to agenry,
HEMRT LAND CO.,
Cor, 2d and Eprlns. 818 Wlicoi Bids;.
FOR BALE— IN TUB FOOTHILL SECTION
of AUadena, ndjolnlng Pasadena:
$800 — Acre lot, well located, fln« view.
$1376 — Nine acres unimproved land, (rood
wator right, splendid soil, magnificent
$2500— Beautiful corner, 140x25.1; blook
from ear; near finest homes.
$6000 — Ten-nero oranno grove; fine
huildlnff site: beautiful unobstructed view.
1,. M. PRATT, 608 t.niiKhlin nulldlng.
a acres on« mils from enr line; G-cmt far«;
BO hens, lncubßtor, brooders, etc. Owner must
sell; a reasonable offer will not be refused.
JONKS & TtYDER LAND CO.,
Ground Floor. 218 W. 3d st.
FOR BALE— THE! SALT LAKE ROAD IS
now running. For city lots at Las Vegas, also
acreage In tho Muddy and Vega* valleys, see
J. F. McPHERSON, 403 Stlmson Block, cor.
Third and Spring; a commissioner for Nevada
FOR SALE — OKANOB GROVES, ALL
kinds, all prices, in all sections. NOW Is
the time to buy: If you'll call, I'll tell you
why. In M. I'KATT. 60S Laughlln Bldg.
Member Loa Angeles Realty Hoard.
4 OCEAN PARK.
A few good things for sale In Ocean
Park thin coming woek:
Bert of all is V»nlr« lots, *760 each.
Two lots on Brooks avenue; snap, $750
One lot on Fnloma, $860; let us show
A bargain on Electric avenue, close In,
SHORT TJNE MKACIf.
?nn lot on Florence at $1300; bargain,
wo lots, Virginia avenue, $1100 each.
One lot, Johnson avenue. $800.
One lot, Clink avenuo, $800.
One lot. Lagoon and Electric avenues,
Two good buys In the Strand tract; a
few bargains; ocean front, between Venice
and Pino avenue. '
Sixty-five foot on Mafino street at $176
per foot; in thirty dayalit will be $200.
Aak us to sh*w you
KAST O<!EAN ; PARK.
The garden spot of Southern California;
large acre lots. Just a mile from the
orean; a froßtless climate; Ideal for fruit
and vegetables; $500 per acre lot; one-
fourth down, balnnce eighteen months;
watei> piped to every lot; walks and
A. F. AVEBSTKR £ CO.,
302 Mason BldK-. Fourth and n'wny, li. A.
Pier aye, and Hecond St., Ocean lurk, Cal.
Cottage at Manhattan Beach) four
rooms; piped throughout for gas for light-
ing and cooking; porcelain bathtub, etc.:
largo front room, facing the ocean, 24x14
feet; an elegant view of Redondo, Cata-
llna Island, Ocean Park and Fort Los An-
geles; lot 33 1-3xloo feet; price $900:
terms If desired; or will trade for good
lot In city, unlncumbered. OWNER. 403-
404 H. W. Uellmnn Building, Fourth and
Spring Streets, City.
FOR SALE— AT A BEACH TOWN—
A good thriving grocery and bakery busl-
noes. Hood reasons for selling. Terms, $1200
cash! Invoice. If you've got the cash and
mran business answer this; no time to spare
to answer you unless you want to buy a
good bargain. Address BOX 141, Herald office.
Hotels and Lodging Houses
HOTELS AND LODGING HOUSES —
8-ROOM COTTAOE, RENT $25....$ 200
10-ROOM FLAT, KENT $30 300
20-ROOM FRAME, RENT $40 100
SO-ROOM BRICK, RENT $100 120
60-ROOM FRAME, KENT $160 2,200
(iO-ROOM BRICK. RENT $170 2,600
66-ROOM BRICK, RENT $200 3.000
90-ROOM BRICK. KENT $326 5,000
130-ROOM FRAME, KENT $100 0,000
100-ROOM BRICK, KENT $f.OO 10,000
TERMS TO SUIT ON ANY OF THE
ABOVE. SEE lIS.
OLD BETTLKRS INVESTMENT CO.,
001-603 IiK.VN T BUILDING.
FOB SALE— LODGING HOUSE.
On Hill street, close In, nicely furnished,
10-room house. Will sell very cheap. Nice
R. A. ROWAN & CO.,
100 H. W. Hellman Bldgr.
IF YOU A.RB LOOKING FOR
liecU Furniture Bargains,
Aon't fall to attend
the Special Furniture Sale
now going on
at 858 Mouth Broadway.
75 Iron Beds from $2.60 up.
50 elegant Dressers from $5.50 up.
Also big bargains
In Dining and Kitchen Furniture
at D5B SOUTH BROADWAY.
Live Stock — Horses, Mules, Cattle
JERSEY FAMILY COWS; INSTALLMENTS
or caih. NILES. 460 B. Washington.
FOR SALE— UNHEARD. OF BARGAINS!
Cut prleea 'n furniture. Sanitary couohes,
$4.60; box couches, $2.60; couch covers, $1.10;
lace curtains. Cso pair; brass rods, 10c; 6-
piece toilet setß, $1.7t; washstands, $2.60;' ti-
foot extension tablec, $6: M-pleee dinner sets,
$4.60; set knives and forks, 76c; Iron beds,
$3.60; pillows, SSo ea.; comfortables, 90c;
blankets, 86c up; 2-burner hot plates, $1.80:
lI, TO ovens $1.40; oxl2 granite rugs, $4.80;
Smyrna rugs, $1.60; carpet sweepara, $2.26.
Now goods cheaper than you can buy aecond
hand. J. M. OVEHELL. 088-054 S. Main.
FOii~SALE— LUMBER, CHEAP] WE ARH
growing and must move, and are aelllnß
out everything In our old yard at any old
price rather than to move It. Rustlo, $30;
flooring, $20; celling, $16; No. 2 boards
and fencing. $14. Lots of other material
at $10 and $13 per thousand. Bee us this
work for bargains In building materials.
WIUTINQ LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO.,
Ninth and Maple Avenue.
PIANOS-ALL YOU NEED TO PAY US IS $«
when you felect your piano, then $8 monthly.
We won't charge you any Intereat. We
positively guarantee the price we ask to
be the aame as asked In New York, Boston
or Chicago. Remember the old house of
FITZGERALD when you want a good piano.
11l B. Bpi'lng street.
WALTER BROS., 627 SOUTH BPRINO—
Paint houses, set glass; carry largest stock
uf burlaps, especially for wall purposes can
be repainted or retlnUdj 7«-ln. (not 71-ln.)
litfLW nil tui" ul bur In Pi 2l'o I Buult&s* now wtill
cover for kitchen and bath, HCc yard; 7-ft.
shades. Mo; good paper and border for 12-ft.
room $1; boat paint, $1.60 gal.; barn and
i-oof. 00c; shingle stain, 760; moldings, io ft.
KOn BALK-NUIW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables. Bar lUturaa ft all
kinds: easy payments. Send (or catalogue.
CO., M 0 B. Broadway, Los Angclrs.
FOR BALE— SECOND-HAND 76 11. V. TU-
bular boiler. THtl CUDAHY PACKING
CO.. Mttcy «treet and Bant* ie tracks.
£r^y^ Int. ntJPINESS COLT.EOR. 933
f^Sjß surroundings, dny niM evening
spmlofi^, f*all, wrltf, phono.
F. BROWNSBEIUIEn, Business Munngor.
NO SVMMF.n VJtCJiTtOH
Rut students' vacation made up. Attend the
largest and most Influential business train-
Ing school In the southwest. Inquiries In-
OOfl South Hill St. _F"_ X - Iin "l ll LJl!!!. <
" ~~£ SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA — — «
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
•'< a OIfANO AVt. • LOt A/VO£L£». CAW
RHPi^E*" CQtLBOW IS A DAFB AND BB<
MWt.K HCMfini.. Hl»ht «mlnn» ?1» W. tO.
Suburban Property — Hollywood
NICB LEVEL LOT. 50x140. WITH CEMENT,
curbs, graded streets and sidewalks; conven-
ient to school, church and car line; located
between Western and Vermont avenues
Price 1*00; 526 cash, $10 monthly. CUAS.
8. MANN, Sl6 West Fourth St.
FOR SALE-TWO FINK LOTH, EACH 62X150.
Hollywood section, nmr now Western aye.
car line. Only $725 for the two. Ariinlnlng
lots selling at $.ri0(). r i0() carh. Hoo Mil. SMITH,
with Mines ft Fnr!»h. 3 IS Hn. mil nt.
BAKERY ANl> RESTAURANT ON
BROADWAY: NET PROFITS A DAY, $15;
WE WILL DELIVKR IT $1000 CASH;
$1500 OUT OF BUSINESS.
THIS TLACE CLEARS $25 EVERY
DAY IN YEAR; FOUNTAIN, STOCK.
MACHINERY AND SAFE WILL INVOICE
*1 1.000; YOU CAN* T3ITY IT FOR $S00O;
$4000 CASH, BALANCE OUT OF BUSI-
BARBER SHOP FOR $1000.
SIX-CHAIR SHOP, THAT'S CENTRAL,
DOING ELEGANT BUSINESS; UNION;
HAS BEST TRADE IN CITY; FOR $1000.
FOR $.*5O0 — RESTAURANT.
RESTAURANT. 100 CHAIRS, NEW
AND FURNISHED FINER THAN ANY-
THING IN THE CITY; TWELVE-FOOT
RANGE, THREE LARGE ICE CHEBTS,
PATENT DISH WASHER. CASH REGIS-
TER, LARGE SAFE, PRINTING PRESS,
NEW LINEN; BRICK BUILDING, CE-
MENT FLOOR IN KITCHEN; DOING
BUSINESS OVER $100 PER DAY; THIS.
IF WORTH A DOLLAR, IS $1000; YOU
CAN HAVE IT FOR $1500.
OLD SETTLEHS INVESTMENT CO.,
GOl-WKJ lirant Building.
CHEAP I'OR CASH.
OR WILL TAKE SOME GOOD CITY
PROPERTY IN PART TRADE.
A FINE GROCERY STOCK,
WITH GOOD ESTABLISHED
THIS IS A SNAP FOR
SEE US QUICK.
WE HAVE SOME GOOD BUYS IN
OCEAN PARK PROPERTIES.
A. F. WEBSTER & CO.
30i MASON BUILDING^
HAVE YOU ANYTHING TO SELLT
Do you wisr. to buy anything!
Do you need money?
Do you want advice 7
Do you need an Auctioneer?
See ELY STERN.
610 South Broadway.
FURNITURE STORE FOR SALE.
New and second-hand furniture; fine
close-in location; flrst-clasa stock and
fixtures; room 20x40; good business. Sco
solo ngents, JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
218 West Third Street. Business Oppor-
FOR BAL3— IF YOU WANT TO MAKE
money and get into a clean, easy,
healthy business, and can Invest $250 with
your services thla Is It. You can mako
$35 per week.
Owner will tench' you everything; ex-
perlenco not necessary. Sco MR. O'CON-
NELL. room 1. 037'/j South Broadway.
WINDOW SHADES— SPECIAL LOT 7-FOOT
opaquo shades, 25c: host paint, 11.00 per gal.;
good paper nnd border for 12-foot room, $1;
largest variety washablo papers, 2Dc; olse-
where. 35c. Headquarters for burlaps.
Moldings, 2o per foot. WALTER BROS.,
627 S. Spring. Write for samples and prices.
CIGAR STAND FOR SALE. PRICE $450.
A fine stand; clears more money than
any stand In city; no expense hut rent;
$15 month. This Is a bargain. See Bubl-
nesß Opportunity Dept., JONES & RYDER
LAND CO.. 218 Weßt Third Street.
FOR EXCHANGE — *
160 acres of fins river-bottom land, nil
level; $500 cash and will assumo; $1,000.
Want cottage or close-In vacant lots.
Twonty-six acres of good alfalfa land,
now In beets and barley; two artesian
wells flowing fifteen Inches of water; good
six-room house, hot and cold water, and
reservoir: Is worth In cash $7500. Want
rooming house or cottage.
A well located, new, modern, well fur-
nished rooming house; seventy rooms; hot
and cold wator In each room; flve-year
lease at a very low rate; all outsldo rooms;
liicomu Is $600 per month. Want orange
grove, fruit ranch or country home, $7500.
Neat, five-room cottage, Hoover street;
lot 60x125; beautiful, high, honlthy loca-
tion; price $1000; mortgage $1000; can >jo
paid $13 a month. Want lot or acreage,
or what have you?
319 South Spring Street.
FOR EXCHANOE— S24SO; SEVEN LOTS,
South Hollywood; mortgage $155 each.
Want oloar land or a good rooming houso
clear In nrat-class location.
$2100— Mortgage $400; six choice :oti,
each 60x130, near Colegrove, for a cottage
In city or clear plecu of land or small
ranch worth about $1700.
$2200— Mortgage $500; a first-olass room-
ing house, clou* In, good furniture, for
other property. WM. N. HOLWAY.
Homo 1939. 211 Grant Building.
FOR" EXCHANGE— I6O ACHES, CLEAH;
FINE FARMINO OR FRUIT LANI>;
WILL PUT IN PART CASH FOR COT-
TA tWtV-Tcr 8 e U "vTneyard for
ROOMING IIOUBIS. R B BAum , KRBi
ROOM 41J. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE!
$1000— FOR EXCHANGE— GOOD WHITE
steam automobile for city or country
property. BEN WHITE. 80S Bryson illocli.
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE YOUR PROPER-
ty. any location. Large list to select f''°m-
MAXON REALTY CO., 114-115 Stlmiion llldg.
BKN WHITII WILL EXCHANGE YOUII
Sroperty. 101 BKYbON XLOCK, Hecond and
pring sts. Member L. A. Realty Board.
FOB KXCHANOK— MNELY I'UICNINIIKH
rooming houne for cutUge »r lots. A. W.
UOSB, 180 Uiudbury Hlvlg. 1.. A. It. U.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 190s-
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
THURSDAY, MAY Is, IJOS.
Tltl» Guarantee and Trust company to
Charles F. Patterson — Lot JO, Calkins' Fig
•arm Street tract I'M
Charles F Patterson to Hophle Bftdler —
Lots 80 and 11, calkins' Figucroa Street
Katherlno C. Archibald (formerly Kather-
Ins 8. Curry) to John A. Black — Lot ilO,
liloek H, Uoodenow & McClung's Curry
tract I $10
Charles F. I'atterson to Title Guarantee
and Trust company — Lot 83, Calkins' Flg
ueroa Street tract $10
John w. Chambers and Orac« A. Cham
b"ra to Henry Helde— Lot IS, block 48,
Electrlo Railway Homestead Association
Albert Fhelps and Mary L. Phelps to
Elisabeth C. Puthuff— Lot 79, Hampton Ter
rnco tract $10
Henry Goodwin, trustee of entate of C. D.
Field, deceased, to B. H. McFadden — Lot
11, resubdlvlslon of block 1, Hollywood
Tropical Park tract $1400
Lordsburg College association to Susan )•:.
Houser — Lots » and 10, block $1, Lords
Susan K. llmiwr to Thomas K. Mills and
Gracn M. Mills— Lots 1 to 12, block 81,
Herbert D. Wltherell and Helen K. •W'lth
rrell to 11. G. Gates— Lots 104 and 106, Vlo
tor Heights tract 110
Charles W. Winter, guardian of estate of
llMitn.i I'roiNs (otherwise known ns Emma
Price), to Walter W. Ralphs^ — Undivided
one-fourth of part section 29, township 3
south, range 13 went $333
to I/os Angeles Investment and Trust com
pany—Lot 6, block 7, E. S. Field's Occiden
tal Heights tract $10
Kllza A. Brown nnd B. F. Brown to Er
re?t Allln— Lot 67, Workman & llollenbeck
John 11, McAllister, Emma McAllister,
Alfred XI. McAllister. Esther McAllister, Da
vbl A. McAllister, Elizabeth McAllister, Em
ma J. Shaver, J. L. Shaver, Alfred M. Mum
per, Laura 11. Mumper, Kate E. Mumper,
Wlllam N. Mumper, Mary 11. Mumper, Jo
seph C. McAllister nnd Julia S. McAllister to
John Zens— Lot 21, block 3, Sanchez
John Zens to Wllllsm E. Oliver and Frank
K. Halnes — Lot 21, block 3, Sanchel
Caßslus ('. Johnson and Louise A. Johnson
to B. Hlnman— Undivided one-third Interest
In pnrt section 10, township 1 south, range
8 west $10
Knme to L. T. GUlett — Undivided one
third Intercut In part section 10, township
1 south, rango S west $10
T. I. & T. Co. to Harbor Land (To.— Part of
lot 4 nf 111 acrn rnngn. Wilmington $10
11. T. & R. Co. to Mrs. Vera a. Hartshorn
—Lot 38, Ous B. Hill's Vernon avenue
Ous. It. Hill to Vera O. Hartshorn-Lot 38,
samo tract $10
John Tierney arid Ellen Tlerney to Martha
A. Conger-Lot 16, F. B. Wetherby's subdi
vision :. $10
Kato M. Haniuel nnd John B. Samuel to O.
0. Wltherbeo-.'jot 8, block 3C, Central Arling
ton Heights $10
O. O. Wltherbee and Margaret R. Wltherbee
to John B. Samuel— Lot 6, block 36, same,
John B. Samuel and Kate M. Samuel to
Robert V. Andrews— Lot 6, block 36,1 samn
Kufrcne Germain and Caroline Oermaln to
Sherman J. Hedges— Lot 6 and part of lot 6,
block B, Tappnn subdivision $10
Frank .T. llonlg and Lucid Honlg to Anna
E. Knnnfr— T.ot 7, Rlndgo tract $10
Almlra A. Kwarlwood (formerly Almlra A.
Folfrer) and Harry B. Swartwood to Jacob
Srheln and I*na Hcheln— Lot 1, block X,
Mcnlo Park subdivision No. 2 $10
T. I. & T. Co. to ROBe A. Fleber— Lot 3.
block 18, Short Lino Beach subdivision
No. 1 $10
Goorgo E. Weaver and E. M. Weaver to J.
Nestell— Lot 18, block 33. Avalon $10
R. W. Trocser and Elizabeth Troeger to T.
1. & T. Co.— Portion of block 6S. O. 5....510
Ada P. Waddell and 11. C. Waddcll to Jacob
J. Kostler— I^ot 3. block lit, C. V. Hall tract.slo
T. I. & T. Co. to William L. Freeman and
Ellen Freeman-Lots 33 and 62. Bowen &
CMiamberlln's Main & Flgueroa street tract,
No. 2 $10
Laura N. Sylvester and Antonio Sylvester to
Sarah A. Culver— rortlon nf lot 203, Lanker
shlm ranch, L. & W. Cos subdivision $10
Surah A. Culver and La Fayettn Culver to
Laura N. Sylvester— l,ots 7 and 20, block 25.
Klectrlc Railway Homestead association. ...slo
Klsle Beck to Teter Fumo— Lot 64, Rosas
David Lewis Burke, Claudlno Weaver Burke,
.Tamea King Burke, and Wllletta Burke to
Charles SI. L. Hill— Lots 245. 246 and 247,
Burke Bros.' a-ldltlon No. 2 to Flgueroa street
Mana Schaub to A. M. Downey— Portion of
lot 18, map of partition of estate of Pedro
J. B. Green. Will A. Knlghten. J. L. Pltner,
T. E. Robinson, Edwin J. Inwood, C. B.
■Woodhead. D. W. Edwards, trustees of Hough
endowment fund to Park Land CV).— Part of
Ro. San Antonio finally confirmed to Antonio
Maria Kelio $10
E. Stelnman to Alonzo L. Horton and
Margaret E. Horton — Part lot 9, Thompson
Bros. 1 subdivision $10
Sadie E. Spencer and E. R. Spencer to
Georße T. Gray— Portion of block 104, Belle
vuo Terrace tract $10
E. F. Soule and Sarah Soule (known as
Sarah E. Soule) to C. W. Evans — Lot 23,
Fnrd tract *10
Alice May Lang and J. W. Lang to Mas
eto E. Mlnton— Lot 3 and part lot 4, Co
operative resubdlvislon of Lamb's Home
George W. Cleveland and Martha B.
Cleveland to Mary B. Chittenden— Lot 148,
Kohler tract UOOO
Mary B Chittenden to Martha B. Cleve
land—Lot'B. Prudential Improvement Com
pany's subdivision No. 1 $10
C. M. Davis, Nellie E. A. Davis. M. E.
Wood and Georglannn S. Wood to Agnes C.
Allerton— Lots 13, 14 and 16, Wood &
Church's Park Ridge tract $10
Union Trust and Realty company to Fred
Baker — Lot 7. block 4, Short Line Beach
subbdlvlslon No. 1 $10
Charles G. Church and Carolyn B. Church
to William L. Alexander — Lot 9, Park
Julia Shelydon to Julia C. Dike— Lot 3,
block A. Santa Fo tract $10
David E. Martin and Mary M. Martin to
Luclnda Rockwell— Lot 17, block D, Cp
vlna ' 10
Luetnfla Rockwell to David B. Martin —
Lot 11. Juanlta tract $10
H. H. Brown, J. C. Baird and Carrie H.
Balrd to E. J. Orandstaff— Part lots 4 and
6, block 7, Brooklyn tract $10
Park Land company to Charlotte A. Per
rlgo — Lots 23, 24, 26 and 26. block 9, Hunt
lngton Park *10
Anne E. A. Brown to James 11. Woods-
Lot 18 and pnrt lot 17. West Acres $10
C L. Bundy, Nellie Allen and John A.
Stanwood. Individually nnd ns trustee, to F.
Oilman— Lot 8, block 1, Ocean Park Villa
tract ' 10
David J. Macpherson (sometimes written
T>. J. Maepherflon) and Emma SI. Macpher
son to George F. Ross — Lot 1, replat of
First addition to Altadena Heights. .. .SSOO
M. E Elliott to Kate. SI. Duncan — Lot 4,
block 25, Hermosa Beach $1000
D SI. Rosenberg nnd Margaret E. Rosen
berg to W. H. I.oomls— Part lots 27 and 28.
block 93, Long Beach $10
R. B. Wheelnn and Julia A. Wheelan to
Alrfed D. Smith— Lot 6, block 11. Currier
Alfred D. Smith and Nellio M. Smith to
R. B Whoelan and Julia A. Wheelan— Part
of lot 2, blook F. as shown on map No. 1.
Philips addition to Pomona $10
John F. Martin and Leila Maude Martin
to L. R. Kelsey— Lot 5, block 2, P. O. Nokes
eubdlvh) "Jk,^ 1 \;\g' n ' B ' LevY r! 'k'eVsiy ) and
Mary C. Kelsey to Edna M. Cauldwell and
Harry G. Cauldwell— Lot 16, blook 9, Whlt
*j er • $490
Lev! Raymond Kel«ey and Mary C Kelsey
to William Oreenhelgh— Part lot S, block L,
Pickering Land and Woter Company's sub-
Bre°arlo'y invest ni cn t company to Emma J.
Uullpy—Lot 15, block 6, Brearley & Blnsa
bnugh trnct ♦ ll)
Max Slagnus and Carrie Magnus to Rosa
Magnus— Lot 28, Conners subdivision of .To
him ho n trnct * *
Alnmltos Lund company to Abble F. Al
len—Lot 7, block F. Mlra Mir tract $1D
Same to Elisabeth B. Stuart— Lot IS, block
B, same tract ....$lO
Chrlatlno Scholes to Lewis A. Scholes—
Lot 7, block 17, Wolfskin Orchard traot;
lot 6 and part lot 4. Wilde & Btrong's sub
division of Frank Sablchl tract $2000
D L Peters and Jennie M. Peters to
Charles' Weyland— Lot 28, block J,Hlghlan<l
tract addition No. 1 •I"
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FOIt EXCHANOK-ny BKN WHITE. ~~
200 ram-hei. ISOO to (IW.OOO.
100 hou«80 and lot«, $1090 to 150.000.
100 orange end lemon grovas, 12000 to 1100.-
5000 ml»c«llaneoui propertl««. To buy, nil
or trade property go to HKN WHITE), 108
Uryion Block, id and Bprlng itrtetn.
A 4-flat building for (mailer property or
vacant lots; a Si-nwiu apartment houee (or
beach property or ranch; 16-acre orange
grove In Rlvertlde at a aacrinoe, or will ac-
cept city or beach property. J. A. MOKLAN
& CO.. 41] Chamber of Commerce Uldg.
foil SALE Oil KXCHANQE— CI.BAK VA-
(!ANT KKHIDENT LOTS IN WBSTIjAKW
DIUTKICT ifOlt EQUITY IN IMPROVED
PIIOI'ERTY. Ml'BT 1110 CLOSE IN AND
PRICa NOt INrLAIBD. X
231 11. W. HKLLMAN BLOCK.
FOX EXCHANGE— FOHTY ACRES FOR
horee and buggy or auto. J. A. MORLAN
& CO., 412 Chamber of Commerce Uldg.
Southern Paclfle Itallrnad company to !.««
Antr«l«a Interurban Railway company — Tract
on emit line of Front street In Wan Pertro,
wlht »a«t«rly prolongation of Fourth street,
thence northea«t along mid east lln« of
Front street «04.3 fort, etc $10
r. O. For»yth« nnd Mary O. Fomythe to
/lice CoolMirn Merrlnm — Lot* 1 and 2, blook
25, Manhattan B»ach $H
.Tnhn Weber and Augusta Weber to Hen-
Jomln Huffman — Lots 5 and 6, block I>,
Ocean Spray tract $10
Oliver S. rtond, flam A. Bond and OlPrulAle
Realty Co. to Lillian Fnrnham-Lots 9 and 11,
block 60, Olondnlo (10
.1. A. Osfrood and (*, X n*gnn<l to Cor* F.
Costello-Lnt 10, block A, Cook's nub ....$lO
J. A. Oagood and c. I A n*gr>od to Cora F,
Costeiln— l/>t In, block A, Conk's nub 110
Thomas H. Morgan and Agnes M. Morßtin to
IV A. IJls*. Co.— Lot 3, block 4, West Adam*
Rlhert Bell and Fnnnls Tiell to Ilyron A.
Carr-Lot 13. block 10, c. v. Hall tract $10
Geoffrey M. I'urc»ll and Martha \V. Pureell
to Samuel I)olli>y— Lut 13, block 7, San (In
to Edward Evans— Lot 16, blook 7.1, Manhattnn
Thomas W, Holmes to Lillian Dillon-Lot 1,
Sedalla Villa tract $10
W. W. fllayden, Claudn M. Jonr* and JfSsla
F. Joties to Cynthia Koontstz-Lot U, Slay
den-Jones «übdlvl«lon $11
A. E. Halrey to Mrs. A. P. Haisey-Lot 82.
block 10, replat of Uny View tract $10
City of Snnta Monica to Julia Co Cong-lit
154, block 3, Woodlawn Cemetery $400
.lames U CJrlffln nnd Abblo (Irlfnn to Cha*.
Rorlnß-Lot 19, block I), Griffin A Kllsman's
Mrs. E. K. Boper to J. Raymond Wilder—
Receipt of rnirt |>nymr>nt on contract, part of
lot 47, Reids addition $100
Christian Jnntai-n to Tho Metropolitan Minlo
Co.-Lot 15, block N, E. 1,. A. View tract. sl2s
Charles F. Hmith to Alfred V. Jordan and
Cordle M. Jordan— A«reement to convey lot
67, block C, Salt Lnki> Depot tract No. 2.11800
T. O. ft T. Co. to Wlnuns Juclson Co.-Lot
1, Ar.nandale tract $10
Carrie E. Klnne? nn,l Cleo. W. Klnney to
f». I. K'nney— I,ot a, block D 4, 11. T. Ilazard'H
Baft Side addition $10
George ('. Halney nnd Oraco K. Halsey to
ftarrctt Albert Harrnn— L--4S 20 and 21, block
Hi E. V. Hpence.'H addition $600
liedondo Improvement compnny to .T. If. Wiil
tors—r,ot 21, block 1223, Hcclnndo ltt-nch..sl2(K)
William K. Hawteile and Maty W. Hawtello
to C, 11. Mellcn— Lot 16, block 2, JJnndlnl
tract .. $10
Herman Hciizbrun to Jessie A. I). Smith—
Lots ni3 and 314 Inttr-urbnn tract 110
Mutual Realty On. to Herman Ilertzbnin—
Lotn 313 and 311, snmo tract JI2OO
M. I>. Fries and C. Fries to Clro.- A, l'cck
—Part of lot 23, block 77. Hnn Pedro $1
Oscar SJoboiK to Ilnnk of Sun Pedro-Lot 7.
Peck's subdivision of block 3. Snn Pedro.... slo
(leorno H. Peck. Jr., and Olive M. Peck to
Mnrllllta Alvaradc— Lot 12. block 8, Pock's
subdivision of blocks 7 and 8, Palos Verdes
Oi.orKO P. Jennings and Ada 11. Jcnnliißs lo
nank of San Pedro— Lot 1, Mooro & Wilson's
George 11. Worncr. M. .1. McDermolt and
Fannla M. McDormott to Carollno K. B.
Kvuns— Block A, MclJermott's Orange avenue
Manhattan Ilcach Co. to Elizabeth Htiwr
Lewis-Lots 12 nnd 13, block 11, Manhattan
Thoman O. Turner and Amelia Turner to
Frank Kleckor— Lot 6, block 1, Townscnd-
Hohlnson tract $10
Mary Stair Rrayton and W. Seward Tlrny
ton to Huth Mc-rirnw— Part of lots 18, 19 and
20. block lil, Alamltos llench townnltc $10
Frank Ornernt and ASinnlo Omcm to Theo
dore O. Fitch— Lot 2, block X, Clarvanza ad
dition No. 1 $10
Annie n Crosby and .InKeph H. P. Croßl.y
to D, F. Hell — Lot 3, Crosby tract J1»00
John S. Adnrn.". Phoebe (5. Adams, Trlphon
D. Hey and Luollft M. Hey to Hurrlot L.
McCracken and Floyd M. Davis— Lots 111
and 20, block 121, Lon* Beach $10
Martha A. McDonald (formerly Martha A.
Hanna) to M. O. Bergen — Lot 16, block A,
Orange Acres $10
Arthur Thomas Honors to C. A. Lovltt —
Lots 13 and 15. block C, rcsubdlvlslon of
Inner Harbor trnct MOO
Thomas H. Webster nnd Minnie. Webster
to Loiilso M. Landprard and Michael O.
Landgard— Part of lot 9, M. L>. Painter's
replat $ 1 0
0. L. Junod and Klzabe.th Junod to ft. W.
Neece and T. M. Neece — Lot 4, block 4.
Tutt tract $10
Mutual Realty company to Mrs. <!. 11. Me-
Laughlln— Lot 397. Interurban tract $11"
1. N. Van Nuys and Susanna 11. Van Nu.vh
to Mark D. Hoffman and KITIo J. Hoffman
— Part block R9, Kast Kan Onbrlel $10
Ophelia P, Brown and Melville W. Brown,
trustees under will of Thomas Wentworth
Brown, doceased, to Hannah B. Curtor — Lot
18. block 3, H. M. Ames' First subdivision
of Vernon $to
Elizabeth L. Hopper and I. B. Hopper to
Margaret Cowpcr — Lot 21, block 2, Akin &
Cass subdivision $10
Edward L. Hurgoln and Grace F. Bur
proin to Malcoin A. Peters — Lot 17, Gordon
& Hubbard's South Park trnct $10
A. B. Rothrock nnd .Tennin Hothrock to
Ralph F. Graham — Lots 24 and 25, block 25,
C. T. Oundry and Anna Gundry to J. M.
Boyd — Lot 5, block F, Sunset tract $10
E. Edith Soper to Eldon E. Sopor— Part
lot 47, Reid addition to Los.Angeles $5
W IT. Workman, W. H. Perry. J. W. Gil
lette and Emma S. Gillette to D, W. Aaron
—Lots 37 and 38, block B. Perry Vlllu
James «. Cortelyou, trustee for HlKhlana
Park Methodist Episcopal church, and Ella
B. Cortelyou to Highland Park Melhndivt
Episcopal church — Lots 15 and 16, Highland
Park tract $10
C. L. Bundy, Nellie. Allen and John A. Stan
wood, Individually and as trustee, to Mrs. B.
Viola Davis— Lot 15, block 2, Ocean Park Villa
tract No. 2 $10
E. J. Baldwin to Emllle Wickstrom—AKree
ment to convey lots 21 22 and 23, block B,
Lucky Baldwin tract $!6r.0
Same to ISmllle Wlck3trom — Agreement to
convey lot 12. block B. same tract $5f.0
J. W. Beardsley to Union Trust Co. of L.
A.-Holtywood Rosetta trnct $10
Mrs M. J. Jackson nnd E. J. .Tackson to P.
Shears— Lots 2 and 3, block 2, Davis addition
Robins H. Craig and John Craig to John M.
Robinson— Lot 17, Sou Dist ArHo Park ....$lO
ColumbKlan Inv. Co. to Frederick Hormess —
Wilmington '. '...S7W
Irvin R. Deist and Alice Maud Deist to W.
H. Thompson nnd Armlnta n. Thompßon—
Portion of Bullls landff in Ho San Antonio $10
W. A. Colwell nnd Verna B. Colwell to Dr.
F. J. Newberry— Lot 16, block 70, Manhattan
W. A. Colwell and Verna E. Colwell to Dr.
F. J. Newbsrry— Lot 15, block 70, Manhattan
Beach division No. 2 $325
Tlio Wlllowbrook Co. to Q. U. Blair— Lot 73,
Alexnnder jr. Grant nnd Ella L. Grant to
Catherine Beatty Martenson— Lot 10, block 11.
O. W. Child's 200-lot tract $10
Herbert W. Thompron nnd Flora M. Thomp
son to H. W. Peterson— Part ueo 2 1 S 9 W $10
11. W. Pcterwon to The. Realty Trust Co.—
Richard W. Landrum, Nola I-andrum, Wel
llo Landrum (signs Nellie Landrum) to L. A.
Inv. ft T. Co.— Lot 20, block 4. subdivision
of parts of lots 6 and 6, block 40, City Dona
tion lots $10
Charles B. Sumner, trustee for Pomona Col
lege, to D. L. Davenport— Lot 9, block 9, Clare
Burnett R. Miller to Cora M. Miller— Lots 3
and 3, block 13. Child's Heights $10
Francos Q. Fecltham (formerly Frances O.
Mackey) to Llna Watklns— Argument to con
vey lots 01 nnd 95, South Park avenus Homo
tract, No. 2 $2400
Hermosa Beach 1* & W. Co. to Pauline
Moore— Lot 4. block 21, Hermosa Beach.... slo
L C. Brand, Mary Louise Brand and Hunt
lngton Land and Improvement company to
Ella Giles Ruddy— Lot 3, block 19, Olendale
boulevard tract $575
Ida V. Lou«threy to David H. Heading— Part
of lot 4. block 79, Clearwater $600
First National Bank of Fasadnna to J. L.
Simmons and Ctiai Laßorha club- Portion of
lots 2, 3, 7 and 8, section C, township 1 north,
range 12 west $10
Co-operative Savings bank to R. a. Wallace
—Lot 40, block B, Main street Boulevard
Justin B. Howe to Ella B. Rowe-Lot 3 and
part of lot 4. Owens & Scott's subdivision. .slo
T. n. & T. Co. to Aaron Haskell— Lots 164
and 165, Edendala tract $10
Mike Sarrnsln (sometimes written Seranln)
to J. W. Fortune— l.ot 7, block 11, Workman
& Hellman's subdivision ...$lO
Frank A. Armstrong and Vlrglo L. Arm
strong to John A. Uemmlll-Lot 16, block 808,
Redondo Uoach $10
Mary M. McLnfferty and J. C. McLnfferty to
Fred L. Rexton— l'ait of portion of certain
tract of loi.srt acres in Ro Han Rafael allottnd
Va^Land' To. "to I Lillle j '£ | KpHft'-'S!
block 31. Huntlngton Park $10
Kasuare Colin T and Hiilda Colin to All"
Maria Brain— Lot 126, Montebello ..... »10
Mlbi H. A. Brown to Jensie Chandler —
Agreement to convey lot 17, Dayman tract
No 2 ' 826
Ellen TruUon to Jowde Chandler—AKree
ment to convey lot 16. same, trnrt »555
■ Mrs. Wilder Rico to Mrs. Margaret An
nur y Lot 48 and part lot 49, block 12, Me-
Oarry tract $1800
8 D Murdock to Lllah M. Murdock, wlfo
Of S B. Murdock— Undivided half Interest In
lot «9 Goldsworthy'i Hlghth Street tract. sSoo
Joseph W. Oilman, Hebooea Oilman,
(li'oikh W. Newman and lone Newman to
Augusta A. Ilecker— Lots 41 and 42, Indian
tract ' 1 v
Santa Monica Land and Water oompanv
to A M. Squire — Lots 1 to 10, block 16, and
lots 1 to », block 20. Artesian tract $10
Musette O. Phillips to V. J. Dust— Part
notion I*. township 3 south, range 11
we tit $2600
F J Du«t to Charles H. Hoover — Agree
ment to convey undivided half Intereat In
•ame m above • ■ »»««
James M. Ciraham to Anna J. Bruce—
Fart Ramsho Paso de Bartolo $10
Lou Angeles Uulldlng company to Wil
liam 8. Klnsrsbury — Agroment to convey lot
3, block 4. Weit Adami Heights 15300
CITY COUNCIL MAY ATTEMPT
RECENT RULINGS TO BLAME
Officials Claim It It Impossible to
Conduct Municipal Business on
Economical Bails With*
"The present civil service commis
sion has bo hedged the various depart
ments around with rules and regu
lations that it has become Impossible
to conduct the business of the city on
an economical hauls," said Councilman
Ed Kern, president of the Board of
public works, yesterday afternoon.
This strong statement was made by
the representative of the Seventh ward
In a discussion of the tangle which the
various city departments are now In,
on account of tho recent rulings of
the civil service commission, with par
tlcular regard to the requisition rule,
which they have abolished.
Tho heads of departments find that
In ordor to transact the business of the
city under the condition which the civil
service commission proposes to pre
scribe, It will be necessary to have the
salary ordinances which create the
positions- In their departments, redrawn
and many more nfen provided for.
For instance, there are In a depart
ment regularly employed fifty men. An
emergency arises, such as the check
ing of an iintl-saloon petition, the
breaking of a . sewer or something
which must be attended to at once,
and fifty more men are needed. In
the past, the departments have em
ployed these extra men under the
requisition rule and worked and paid
them for just so long as they were
absolutely needed. The civil service
commissioners declare that this prac
tice must stop and that after this no
more requisition men will be allowed
to draw pay from the city.
City Engineer Stafford suys the ordi
nance providing for men in his depart
ment, which are now carried on requi
sition, must be adopted on Monday or
all of the street Improvements in the
city, now being done under the Vroo
man act, will have to stop.
Other departments are tied up and
It is not unlikely that the council will
take a hand and see If it is not possible
to straighten the civil service prob
lem out in such a manner that it shall
be possible to take care of the city's
business in an economical and efficient
Ash Htrcet, 5413— 11. A. ChamhPrlaln, owner
and builder; one-story frame bnrn; J75.
Alameda Htreet, 234 south— Builders' Supply
company, owners and builders; to demolish
two-story frame building; $150.
Hunker Hill avpnue, tiH4 north — 11. li. Hayes,
owner nnd bulldrr: alterations to two-story
frame residence; J2OO.
Llurllnßton avenue, 422 north— C. C. Steele,
owr.er; A. J. Mooro, builder; one-story frame
Central avenue, C39— F. B. Wilde, owner: D.
Blackwcll, builder; alterations to two-story
frame building, $f.OO.
Fifth street. 117-129 east— John Parkinson,
owner; Carl Leonardt, builder; three-story
brick building; $23,i»0.
Fifty-sixth street, 124"! east— X. H. L,lnk,
owner and builder; one-story three-room frame
Guirardo street. 3032— C. "W. Pettlt, ownor
and builder; one-story frame residence, $400.
Griffith street. 2Jlir-T>. V. Hulchlnson, own
er anil builders; two-story, flvo-room frame
Hartford avenue, 708-Mrs. H. C. Wiley,
owner and builder; two-story frame building;
Harvard boulevard, 2P23-O. G. Rowbates.
owner and builder; one-story, six-room frame
rt L™? C °beS- avenue. 2719-Vlola tt Rich,
owner; D. P. nich, builder; one-story, four
room frame residence, $NOO.
I*s Argelea Btrast, 031 «mith-Tabor Car
rlngo company, owners; Vi Illiam Knlckre
han. builder; alterations to three-Btory frame
bl Man"t'i)'u * avenue. 2707— William Brett, owner
and builder; ono-atory frame barn; $00.
Moulton avenue 21') feet north of Alham
bra avenue-F. U. Hays, owner; J. D. Hays,
builder; live-room frame residence, $500.
Mohawk street. 1010— I. H. Thayer. owner
and builder; addition to frame residence, $200.
Oxford avenue, 1738— Tyler & Co., owners
and builders; two-story, eight-room frame
Oxford avenue, 1738— Tyler & Co., owners ana
builders; alterations to two-story frame resl
dl Kosemont street, 212-F. D. Twltchell. own
er and builder; alterations to seven-room
frame residence; $30.
Raymond avenue, 2707-H. M. Cowper. own
er; V. N. Btokes. builder; two-story, eight
room frame residence; $3000.
Son Julian street, 1362— D. I. Nofzlger, own
er; John Talken, builder; alterations to two
story frame building; $1500.
Spring street, 846 South— Am.aury Mars (les
see), owner and buldrer, -alterations to two
story brick building; $25.
San Fernando street. 1560— Mrs. F. Trufeller,
owner; W. H. Clark, builder; alterations to
one-story frame building; $200.
Twenty-Bocond street, 1776 West— lngram &
BrlKgs. owner and builders; one-story, six
room framo residence; $2400. .'■!'".
Twenty-second street, 1788 Wait- Ingraham &
BrlKKfl owners and builders; two-story, eight
room frame resMrnco: $300".
Twenty-sixth street, 1315 West— J. D. Wilson,
ownor and blllder; one-story, Bix-room frame
Thirty-ninth street, 1538 West— J. D. Wilson,
owner and builder; ono-story, five-room from*
l< Thlrd C street,' 3211 East-Ruth J. Green, own
er; W. S. (ireen, builder; one-Btory, five-room
frame renldcnco; $1000.
Thirty-eighth street, 1814 West-aeors;e Hen
dersoln, owner; C. Uisprlng. builder; one-story,
five-room frame residency; «SOO.
Twelfth street, rear of 923-C27 V ost— ll. A.
Clarry, owner and builder; two-story, eight
room frame residence: $20<».
Twelfth street, i)23-H27-H. A. Clarry, own
er and builder; two-story frame Hat bulld
'n Thlrd > street, 814 East-Pity Package Deliv
ery company, owners; J. Prutt, builder; addi
tion to two-ntury brick building; $1800.
Washington street, 713 West— Mrs. Mllner,
owner; F. A Gohla, builder; alterations to
one-Btory frame building; 1450.
ROCKEFELLER WILL NOT..
START PEN6ION FUND
By Associated rraas.
NEW YORK, May 18.— The Associated
Press has Investigated the statement
published yesterday that John D.
Rockefeller wag about to give »10,000,000
to establish a 'pension fund for retired
clergymen, and Is authorized to Bay
that Mr. Rockefeller has no such in
tention at this time.
If you want lo au rwt, D. nardoek,
*«*nt Illinois Central K. K^ HI 8. flprlag.
Man's delight— Lai Talma* Cigars.
"AMERICANA" THRILLS VAST
CHEERS AND TEARS MINGLE
Musical Allegory of the Civil War
Softens Feeling Between Sec. .
tlons Once at
Who says Americans are not pa
Three thousand of them, enough to
fill every seat In Temple auditorium,
from the first row on the lower floor
to the last seat In the balcony, Joined
In cheering Innea anrl hln band last
evening, and thirteen hundred more,
who wanted to cheer, were turned away
because there was no room for them.
It was the people's night, and the
memory of It will live longer In the
minds and hearts of the people of Los
Angeles than the recollection of any
other of the May festlvul series. They
were all there to listen to the flrst pro
duction of "Americana," an allegory
of the Civil War song, by Frederick
To say they were all there does not
exaggerate It a bit. The men of the north
sat next to those of tho south, and
their sons of Spanish war fame were
there to help bridge the breach made
bo many years ago. Kverythlng that
should have been there was there— the
trumpets' blast, the waving flags, the
booming of cannon, tho rattle of mus
ketry, the southern airs and those of
the north, and some that are Just Amer
ican; the cheering crowd, the fife and
drum— and, best of all, the soldiers.
Veterans Were There
The soldier with a natty uniform and
a very big lump in his throat sat side
by side with the veteran whose hair has
turned gray in the service. The veter
an did not try to suppress the tear for
the day that is gone as did the boy
with the lump in his throat, who knows
nothing about it but wishes he did.
They looked into each other's eyes and
understood. The old woman was there
—she with the white hair and the sweet
smile that shows how much she has
suffered. She buried boys in the
Spanish-American war, and though
she does not regret it, a stray tear
would fall when the plaintive voice of
the tenor was raised in the old song,
"Just Before the Battle, Mother."
Who wouldn't go any distance to
hear the songs of America, to be car
ried back to those days the old remem
ber as If it were yesterday and the
young know only in story form? Who
wouldn't make an effort, and best of
all, when Innes and his band were
That Innes is a wonderful director
was proved beyond a doubt, and that
his task was no easy one was also evi
dent. He had an immense audience to
manage and an immense chorus to
handle, and he succeeded in a remark
Before the opening of "Americana"
a prelude was given by the band.
There was an intermission while the
soldiers marched to the front and took
their places ready for the signal. A
fanfare of trumpets sounded and
"Americana" had begun. The band
struck up the "Star Spangled Ban
Vast Audience Rises
Mr. Innes gave the signal for the
chorus of 600 to rise, and before the flrst
bar had been played every member of
the audience was standing and voices
all over the auditorium took up the
The allegory of "Americana" opens
with an announcement of the bat
tle hymn of the Republic and this is
followed by a pastoral scene, descrip
tive of the agricultural pursuits of the
south. The anvil chorus, a typical
workshop scene, Introducing the bri
gade of musical blacksmiths and elec
tric anvils, la suggestive of the indus
tries of the north. A note of discord
Is heard, and the shot upon Fort Sum
ter brings out the national "Star Span
gled Banner." "The Assembly" la
heard. The mustering of troops fol
lows. "The Soldier's Farewell" ana
departure for the scene of war Is
shown, the universal supplication for
victory being typified by the "Prayer
for Victory." The rival armies, en
camped within hearing distance, listen
to each other's campflre songs. "The
Suwannee River" is answered by the
northern "Columbia, the. Clem of the
Ocean." Thlß in turn calls forth
the southern "Dixie." "The Vacant
Chair" follows, and "The Mocking
Bird" Is heard from a passing band.
"The Two drenadiers" precedes the
plaintive "Jußt Before the Battle,
Mother." "HevelUe" 1b heard. "Break
fast Call" follows. The boom of dis
tant cannon, followed by the rattle of
musketry and the discordant sounds of
conflicting armies, announce the shock
of battle. "The Bonnie Blue Flag" Is
heard and this la Immediately an
swered by "Tho Battle Cry of Free
dom." The noise of battle given way
to the dying drummer boy's "Sweet
Spirit, Hear My Prayer," and "The Hal
lelujah Chorus" proclaims Qod'B bene
diction on a reunited nation.
In the military pageant were Seventh
regiment, N. Q. C, "A," Captain An
drew J, Copp commanding. First lieu
tenant, Orton C. Holden; second lieu
tenant, Bert T. Demmltt. Gen. Robt.
Wankowskl, Major B. M. Saltmarsh,
Major Truman Cole, Captain. Pon O.
Fisher, Captain J. I. McKenna. Fife
and drum corps, Naval mlUtta, Cali
fornia engineering division; Lieut. A.
11. Woodbine commanding, a. A. R.
posts commanded by Win. Bhock;
What Is physical culture?
The development of muselea and sinews
—the Intelligence of diet— the study of alt
hycienio propositions that are associated
with the human anatomy.
All of which has led to the application
ot rubber heels.
instructors In physical culture wear
O'Sulllvan Reels and recommend them,
for the reason that tb«t c ne w -rubber mua •
oles assist In the development of strength
by saving energy, and assist digestion by
relieving the nervei.
That which Is good for athletes la also
rood for the everyday plodder who lifts
with his feet over a million pounds
between each sunrise and aunaet.
Dealers can supply O'Sulllvan's for 800.
pair, attaohed. Where they fall, the
O'Sulllvan Rubber Co., Lowell, Mass., will
forward a aample pair for 35c.
LOS ANGELEB LEATHER
AND FINDING COMPANY
125 N. Main Street
Distributing Agents for Southern
IP THE MARK OF GOOD CLOTHES.
I J' ENOW US FOR UEST VALUES.
400 Men's white and fancy vests
worth at regular price $2, $2.50
and $3.00. Special sale until
Saturday, 10 p. m.
All sizes in the lot and a fine
assortment of good patterns.
This is simply a case of giving
you the beneflt of a lucky pur-
These vests are on sale at
Store No. 1 only. Spring and
Store No. 2 calls your attention
to the best Panama hats in the
* town at $5.
117 to 125 North Spring Street
337 to 341 South Spring Street
Beautiful and costly aichcs, graded streets,
asphalt sidewalks and water piped to every
lot, these are some of the reasons why $30,000
Vista townslte during the past few weeks, 'me
tract is situated on the line of the Los An-
geles Pacific railroad, is about thirty mlnmog'
ride from the business center of Lns An-
eeles and Is an ideal location for a home, in
well as a rare chance for Investment. Ska
A. F. Webster & Co., at the Slason building,
Los Angeles, where information, free tlckeli.
maps, etc., may be had. Lunch and muslo
without coat to you at the townslte.
officer of the day. Bartlett-Logan
post. No. 6; commander, W. W. Dor
ward. Benton post. No. 55, commander,
N. C. Whims. Kenesaw post, com
The afternoon concert was one of the
best of the matinees. The program
wan composed of French-Husslan
There will be a symphonic program
this afternoon and the tonight will be
a Wagnerfest event.
GREAT BRITAIN ADDING TO
DEFENSES AT ESQUIMALT
1y Associated Fret*.
SEATTLE, May 18.— According to
statements made to the Post-Intelli
gencer by a photographer who gained
admittance to the fort. Great Britain
Is not abandoning her fortifications
at Esquimau, as has been Inferred from
the dismantling of the outer works,
but is in reality building strum r and
more modern defenses.
SENATOR LODGE HAS
AUDIENCE WITH KING
ROME, May 18.— King Victor Emman
uel today received In private and mowt
cordial audience Henry Cabot Lodge of
Massachusetts, showing great interest
In and knowledge of American affairs.
The conversation, which was In Eng
lish, lasted half an hour.
STRUCK WITH APOfXfXY
WHILE Vl*.:Y*>Q POPe
ROME, May 18.— The Anu. v . who
suffered an apoplectic stroke yeW-Aiay
In the office of Mofselgnor Blslettl. the
master of the ch^fj "jars, while request
ing to see the po*;,' Svas Edward Ount
ley of St. Louli. "stir. G-untley's condi
tion Is better today, but he Is not out
WILL BTART IN FALL
TUUIN.TtIsy 18.— The duke of Abru»
sl, who hut been preparing a great ex
pedition to explore Central Alrlca, ex- ,
pectß to be ready to start in the au/
tumn, •, >/f