OPPORTUNITY Waits- S^^tSS it In Tflne Herald LJoeir Coflmms
LOS ANOELEB, June 88.
fim>.| Bur. | Th. IR^fT^VlndTVfTjWfathf
»«.m.f 29.M I M 97 W 2 I Fuggy
"Maxlmifm temperature, 72.
Minimum temperature, 53 .
SAN FRANCISCO. June 25.-Cloudy
weather prevails over the northern portion
of the Pacific slope and fair weather over
th«« southern portion.
The pressure has risen along the roast
from Pan Francisco northward and fallen
over the plateau and Kocky Mountain reg-
The temperature haa risen over southern
Idaho and remained nearly stationary In
other districts. It Is from 6 to 10 degrees
below the normal throughout the Interior
Jjoa Angeles and vicinity— Fair Monday;
light west wind.
yoniit— Fwlr Monday; fresh west wind.
LA PORTE— Peter. 46(1 Commercial
street, pulmonary tuberculosis, June
24, aged 39 years.
liAMIUB— Ann Eliza.. 623 East Twen-
ty-third street, apoplexy, June 24,
. aged 8R years.
LAXE — James, Good Samaritan hospi-
tal, hemorrhage, June 24, aged 21
LEVY— At 1631 Georgia street. June 24,
19T6, Sarah Levy, mother of Joseph I-evy,
of Collma, Mex.; Leon Levy of Santa
Barbara and Mrs. Jules Kaufman of this
Funeral services will be held at th«
residence of Mr. Julos Kaufman, 1«31
Georgia street today (Monday), June 26,
1905, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. /.;..... a,
COWAN— At Point Richmond. Cal., June
• 24, Mrs. Annie Cowan, aged 43 years.
Funeral from No. 178 Avenue 24, Tues-
day, June 27, 2 p. m. Interment Ever-
Peck Ik Chase Co.. undertakers and em-
tmlmers; lady assistant 433 S. Hill. Te'.
Funeral of Mrs. 'Josephine Agnes Hop-
kins, who died Sunday morning, will take
place at 9 a. m., Tuesday, from her late
residence, 650 S. Flower street. Funeral
cervices at St. Vibiana cathedral, at 9:30.
Surviving her are her children, Mrs.
Frank McPartlln. Eugene Margaret, Bor-
rard and Louis Hopkins.
BRESEE BROS. CO. t^Fn pi ?S. ne
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
t«ay AMlnant AtUnd. UNDFRTAKERS
UtAltm and ChKdrgn. UWLHIHHLIIO
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
Fun—Hi director*. SlO-812 S. Flower street.
Our lady undertaker,' Miss Elizabeth Thompson,
In attendance tor women and children day or
Bight. Phone Main 1827; Home 2~.
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
UNDERTAKERS, have removed to 1031 So.
Ormnd Aye. Phonea — Main 40»: Horn* 40»
A CHANCE TO
WE OFFER FOR SALE IN
A SUBURBAN TOWN NEAR
LOS ANGELES A FINE BUSI-
NESS CHANCE. CONSISTING
OF BRICK HOTEL. LIVERY
STABLE. POOL ROOM. BAR-
BER SHOP. LOCATED OP-
POSITE DEPOT AND AT IN-
TERSECTION OF TWO BEST
STREETS. THIS PROPERTY
IS A FINE MONEY-MAKER.
AND CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAP.
OUR OPTION IS FOR A FEW
DAYS ONLY. SO SEE US AT
435 CHAMBER OF COM.
FOR SALE— 2-C'HAIR BARBER SHOP;
cheap; 3 living rooms In back. 90S E.
Massage, electric, tub, . vapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 22% w.
First. Home 3809.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
sage and electricity; experienced op-
erators. 618% SOUTH SPRING ST..
rooms 6, 7 and 8. Hours from 9to 11.
FOR SALE-CHEAP, IF TAKEN AT
once. Bath parlors fully equipped,
working four operators; best location In
city. For particulars address BOX "17
SCIENTIFIC AND MAGNETIC MAS-
sage. Tub baths 60 cents. Room 16.
Hours. 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. 316% SOUTH
SPRING ST. Phone— Home 4m
FOR COLD SPRAY, TUB BATHS, MAS-
sage and electric treatments try 220
FRANKLIN ST. One dollar during sum-
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS-NO SUN-
day treatment: office hours, 9to 9. 223
W. SECOND ST., Rooms 213-215. Homo
VAPOR AND TUB BATHS, MASSAGE
and electric treatment. Room 223. 702
SOUTH SPRING STREET. Telephone,
Main 692. r _
THE MITCHELL. BATHS AND MAS-
sage parlors — 218 NORTH MAIN
ST. Ofllce 11. Phone Home 1459.
THE ESTELLE BATHS — NEWLY
opened, flrst-clss baths and massage.
127 EAST SECOND. Phone 3084.
BATHS-MOVED FROM SUITE 14 AND
18. 316W S. Broadway to 309 W. TEM-
PLE. Room 2.
SOUTHERN BATH PARLORS, 444
SOUTH BPRINQ. Suites 1 and 2.
BATH AND M~ASSAGE— FIRSf^CLASS.
Suites 6 and 7. NO. 610% S. SPRING.
VAPOR, TUB. MASSAGE BATHS. <S4
SOUTH LOS ANGELES BTREET.
FOR A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE
IS OUR FIGURE.
Anything else you want at the
same proportion. Let us have a
chance to figure on your house. We
will furnish your plans and make •
house that will suit you. We art)
pleased to refer to any one for whom
we have bullded, for we leave them
our friends. We can furnish you the
money if you wish. Drop in and talk
it over with us.
INGLEHART BUILDING CO.,
Home Phone 7668. 713 S. Broadway.
with center guide, causing perfect
alignment and beautiful work. Yost
users find no ribbon saves money.
"Light running." durable. YOST
OFFICE. 138 8. Broadway.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Fire Proof. 416-11) Ban Pedro Ht.
Upen storage or separate Iron rooms.
Moving hihl packing reasonable rates.
Cash advanced on storage.
Main Oftice. 322 8. MAIN.
Phonos — M.i I n 1117: Hnm« 21M.
MINING AND ASSAYING^
with very . fine mining property at
Ranrtfburg who will exchange control-
ling Interest for 'real estate to any one ,
who' will Improve or work the mine.
For particulars see
SMITH & ABTON.
lUi Laugblla Bldg. '
Help— Mala -
HUMMEL BROS. * CO..
A strictly first-class, reliable agency.
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
116-113 East Second street,
Between Main and I,os Angeles sts. <
Largest and best equipped offices on
the Pacific roast.
HUMMEL BROS A CO.,
116 and 118 11. 2.1 St.
Telephones— Main Eo>.
t Home 60SL
Plrst'clssd newspaper solicitors.
Apply at elrcnlatlns; department be-
tween "iho and 8 a. m. and 4i30 and
I.OS A2VGEXES HERALD.
MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE WILL
make special rate to next twenty
students. Call or write. 113 EAST
WANTED-6 PER CENT NET INTER-
est, payable semi-annually on our paid-
up certificates; nothing better in the
market; uniform satisfaction given for
eight years past; safe as government
bonds; secured by deposit of first mort-
gages with a trustee; Investigate; write
for booklet and Information to the
PROTECTIVE SAVINGS, BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, W. O.
Blewitt, Secretary, 101 N. Broadway,
To Purchase — Real Estate
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
LOS ANGELES .PUBLIC LIBRARY
SOLICITS OFFERS TO FURNTSH
SITES FOR BRANCH LIBRARY
BUILDINGS IN THE FOLLOWING
SECTIONS: PICO HEIGHTS, GAR-
VANZA, UNIVERSITY, EAST LOS
ANGELES, VERNON, CENTRAL
AYE., NEAR ADAMS; WASHINGTON
ST., NEAR BURLINGTON.
LOTS NOT TO EXCEED FIFTY
FEET IN FRONTAGE AND TO BE
OFFERED ON A CASH BASIS. OF-
FERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO
MONDAY, JUNE 26TH, AT 12
O'CLOCK NOON. ADDRESS, CLERK
OF THE BOARD, PUBLIC LIBRARY.
DON'T WORRY ABOUT NOT BEING
able to dispos6 of that cottage, lot, room-
ing house, acreage, etc. List It with us
nnd rest easy with the satisfaction of
knowing you will soon have what you
want. BROWN & WOODS. 317 Fay.
WE HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR VENICE
and Ocean Park: list with us at once.
WHITCOMB-GIBSON CO., 529-531
Laughlln Bldg. .
OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE
DO A RENTAL BUSINESS—
IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
MINES A FA lI IS II,
315 SOUTH HILL STREET.
WANTED — DEALERS AND PAPER-
hangers to write for sample books of
wall paper, paints, etc. WALTER
BROS., 627 South Spring.
To Purchase — Miscellaneous
WANTED— TO BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. We pay 1-3 more than
others. COLYEAR'S. 322-24 S. Main.
Phones: Main 1117; Home 2154.
DR. AND~MRS. CARTER SUCCESS*-
fuIIy treat all female diseases and ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
sultation free. Hours, 9a. m. to 8 p.
in.: Sundays. 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MER-
CANTILE PLACE, over 543 S. Spring.
LONG, SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE; EX-
perlenced, competent ladles' specialist;
■ strictly reliable; cases guaranteed.
MRS. WOODS, 851 W. 10th, bet. Fig-
ueroa and Francisco.
CANCER CURED— MRS. 8. J. BRIDGE
Remedy. Mrs. Bridge may be found every
day between 9 and 4 at the offices of J.
C. ALDRICH. M. P., 454 S. Spring St.
SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIES DUR-
lng confinement; homes for children.
DR. C. E. SMITH. 727 Bellevue aye.
Tel. Main 2364.
JULIAN MACRAE, ELECTRICIAN-
Mental and nervous diseases. 1030 S.
HOPE. Home 4004. >
DR. TAYLOR— FEMALE SPECIALIST
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER,
PAT EN TS AN D P AT ENT RIGHTS
TOWNSEND? LYON, HACKLE Y^&
FRANCIS M. TOWNSEND, formerly
of Townsend Bros.
FREDERICK S. LYON, formerly with
GEORGE T. HACKLEY. formerly
with Townsend Bros.
ARTHUR P. KNIGHT, formerly with
Solicitors of U. S. and Foreign Patents,
Trade-Marks and Copyrights. Patent,
trade-mark and copyrights suits in all
courts. Rooms 504-507 Merchants' Trust
Bul'dlng, 209 S. BROADWAY. Los An-
HAZARD & HARPHAM, PATENTS,
Pioneers. SPRING AND FIFTH. Pat-
ent book free.
107 N. Spring St.— Painless extracting,
filling, crown and bridge work, flexible
rubber plates. Pure gold flllings. 750
up; all other flllings, 50c up; cleaning
teeth, Koa up; gold crowns and bridge
work, $2.50 up; sets teeth, $2.50 up. Also
open evenings and Sunday forenoons.
FRANK STEVENS. 324^~T0, SPRING*
LOST AND FOUND
lost'— large eastman' pocket
kodak, on Wednesday. Return to
OILMAN, proprietor of Casino, Ocean
Park, and receive $5 reward.
SMALL OPAL PIN-RKWARD FIVE
times what it Is worth. (A present.)
W. O. MATHIB, 682 West 37th St.
fee without micceHS. G. W. COOK, 621
Btlmson liloek, 3d and Spring. Phone
6718 Open evenings.
DIVORCE LAWS-ADVICH FREE; NO
fee without success; private. J. U
SMITH, 122 W. Ihird St., Room 106, t
to B p. m.
i : lANO^rBuLiy7^£^i^AYiiStivS^
I'tanos - rented at low rates. A. G. .
, OAHDNBR PIANO HOUSE. Ltd., !.'» I
Winston st. i>hon« Black SSSS: Horn*
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 38, 1905.
The Talk 1 1 n% r • ,„ p ai( j Advertising
of the Town 1 ■ ' U UdlM —
wmmmm^^ m^ mimm^ m IN THE PAST FOUR MONTHS
_ .- - _ _ - cAnd during the first 23 day 9 in June The Herald
I WlCk rls r sl > il/I """" made the largest percentage of Rain of nny ne ws-
1 lltj ItJl fIICI paper in Los Angeles. The Herald made a net
nv/ivißV* gain, June over as follows :
Previous Records WM Local Disp. Advertising 1586 Inches GAIN
------------------ Classified Advertising 934 Inches GAIN
Growth Unparalleled Total Net Gain 2520 Inches
in Newspaperdom f
n ... r . This Docs Not Include >_& WATCH US
On Pacific Coast City Printing I <$$? GROW!
$40-NINE ROOM ON WASHINGTON,
oast of Bush; large lot, barn, abun-
dance of fruit.
$22.50— 6-room modern cottage on Macy
Btreet FRANK LERCH.
121 Henne Block.
$14-FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE.
1206 Santa Fe; also 1710 Normandlo
street, $18, Including water. WIES-
ENDANGER. 221 Laughlln Building. 30
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THH
best place In Los Angeles to room
and board, call at 305 S. Bunker Hill:
highest elevation in city; a nice, quiet
home, newly furnished and horn»
cooking. Take Angel's Flight, then
go two blocks west. Rates low for
FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED
room, 1039 South Olive St.; every con-
venience and strictly private; $S per
month. Also, unfurnished half of flat,
bedroom, large, pleasant dining room
and large kitchen and pantry, $15 per
month; telephone and water paid. 1039
South Olive. Telephone Home 4588.
$16-THREE ROOMS, COMPLETELY
furnished, new, housekeeping. In new
building, 218 NORTH FREMONT. 30
FOR RENT— FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 1353 S. HILL ST.
TO LET —
Are you looking for a
nine, romfortnhle, modern
flat at low prior r Well,
ivr> rertnlnlr ~ii please you.
Look over the list, and
then ronmilt our . Rental
Department for details.
Sixteenth and Flower,
920 per month.
Inernliiim and Union, $25
Sent mm and Glrard, $15
Wall, near Seventh, 915
I«2S>4 South Main street,
920 per month.
1830 }& South Main street,
920 per month.
Eleventh and Hill streets,
six rooms, $27> per month.
Seven-room house In rear,
930 per month.
And we have others.
R. A. ROWAN & CO.
200 11. W. Hellman Dldc.
TO LET— MODERN FLATS— WATER
$10 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
M2 — 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
$12 — 3 rooms, 334 S. Flgueroa.
$13.50 — 5 rooms, 219 N. Flgueroa.
$16 — 3 rooms, 334 S. Flgueroa, fur-
$16 — 5 rooms, 1013 W. Diamond.
$16-6 rooms. 1016 W. Ist
$16—4 rooms, 910 W. Ist.
$16 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, tur-
$18—3 rooms, 218 N. Fremont, fur-
' WIESENDANGER. 221 Laughlln Bid. 80
FOR $16 YOU CAN RENT THREE
rooms, completely furnished, new,
elegant; housekeeping; gas range,
bath, telephone, hot water; close in.
334 SOUTH FIGUEROA: also 204
NORTH FREMONT. HO unfurnished. 80
palmists and mediums
business medium and life reader. Read-
Ings dally. Satisfaction or no pay.
Test circles Tuesdays, Thursdays, ev-
enings. 8 o'clock. ROOM 16, U!>&
SOUTH SPRING ST.
PROF. TRIPP. PSYCHIC MEDIUM,
SHi'.i S. Spring, room 6. Readings, head,
hand, cards, 25c. Satisfaction assured
or no pay. Song souvenirs for all free!
MRS. PARKER, PALMIST AND CLAIR.
voyant. 416*4 SOUTH SPRING BTREET,
Wilcox Building, deals in bonds, mort-
gages and other first-class securities.
Loans negotiated at lowest market
rates. If you wish to lend money on
first mortgages, I can place it for you
safely, and at a fair rate of interest.
Reference: First National Hank, Los
Angeles National Bank.
BPECIAL NOTICE 3
works— Tel. Main 217; Home 217. TJ> 8.
OLIVE. Upholstering and carpet clean-
Ing. . .
SO. CAU TRANSFER CO.— TRUNK 3.
26c and up; general drayage. Tals Main
S4£4; Hems SISt 117 W. BECONO ST,
MONEY TO LOAN
CASH" TON^HJENTIALLTr LOANED
salaried persons on note without secur-
ity, without employers' knowledge and
, without lndorsers; easy payments; posi-
tively lowest r,dtes. Notes bought, loans
on local stocks, etc. Hours 10:30 n. m.
' to Ip. m. and 2to 5:30 p. m. COM-
MERCIAL DISCOUNT C 6.. 604 Frost
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES—
I for building or on Improved property,
or in good outside towns. NEW PLAN
, OF INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS. In-
terest decreases as you pay. STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCI-
ATION, 107 South Broadway, Los An-
ANY AMOUNT ON FURNITURE,
pianos, household goods, machinery,
etc., If stored in our now fireproof ware-
; house. Office 322 S. Main. COLYEAR
WAREHOUSE CO.. Phone Main 1117,
THE CRESCENT LOAN CO.. SUITE 7<VC
701 Lankershim building, cor. 3rd and
Spring. Loans money to salaried peo-
pie on their note without security or
endorser; strictly confidential.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay-
ments. Largest business in 50 principal
cities. TOLMAN. Room 430 Mason
Bldg., cor. 4th and Broadway.
ON DIAMONDS. FURNITURE, LlVE-
stock, etc., low rates; prompt, reliable.
REID & CO., 142 S. Broadway. Room
126. Phone 1926.
MONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS S. WAD -
WORTH, 319 and 320 Douglas building,
will lend money on city or county real
11. W. POINDEXTEH, 4O» WILCOX
Bldg.f loons money on r«*nl rstnte>
stocks and bonds. Building loans a
plces of the Naturopathic Association
of California, June 29, 8 p. m., at BUR-
BANIC HALL. All are Invited.
IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN IN
A NICE NEW HOUSE OR COT-
TAGE. CALL AND SEE US
j A-190 — FIVE-ROOM COT-
TAGE ON EAST FORTY-
THIRD STREET; $2400; $300
DOWN AND BALANCE J2O A
A-191 — FIVE-ROOM COT-
TAGE ON ADAIR STREET;
$2200; $200 DOWN AND BAL-
ANCE $20 A MONTH.
A- 195 — SEVEN-ROOM COT-
TAGE ON LA SALLE STREET;
$4000; $500 DOWN, BALANCE
$25 A MONTH.
A-218 — SIX- ROOM HOUSE
ON UNION AVENUE; $4100;
$500 DOWN, BALANCE $25 A
NEW ENGLAND AVENUE;
$3600; $600 DOWN, BALANCE
$25 A MONTH.
HALE REALTY AND INVEST-
318-19 PACIFIC ELECTRIC BLDG.,
SIXTH AND MAIN.
FOR SALE— BY
INGRAM & BRIGGS,
901-902 Braly Bldg.
S. E. Onr. 4th and Spring Sts.
Both phones 29.
Beautiful modern houses in the best
residence districts of the city.
Close In on shady and quiet, homelike
street, near 11th and Stanford avenue,
pretty B-room modern cottage, but little
over a year old; rooms all good size;
large veranda, flowers, trees and fruit;
good barn for several horses in rear;
generous lot running back to alley.
Must sell soon.
INGRAM & BRIGGS,
Members L. A. Realty Board. _.
FOR SALE— -
NEAR EAST NINTH AND
Six Ilooma. Five KooinH.
Tbne bargains are right
rlo»e to Central avenue,
nnd only a few feet from
Kant Ninth iitreet, and
nre the vhrapeat plerra
of property for aale any.
nhere near that location.
profit on your InveatineDt
In twelve month* If you
buy them now. The
price holds good only a
few day*. Anybody In .
i town that known prop*
erty valuta can toll you
of East Ninth and Cen-
E. M. REYNOLDS,
211 tiraut Ilullflluu.
Phone 1030 or Main 4570.
NEAR LA SALLE AYE. AND 24TH BT.
Bungalow of 6 rooms.- Has large
living room with pressed brick mantel,
built-in book cases. Large dining room,
built-in buffet with leaded glass doors.
Walls burlapped to plate rail. Above
have cove ceilings. A large den with
beamed ceilings. Tho above havo pol-
ished floors; i bedrooms, enameled
white; large closets: line kitchen. Entire
building piped for furnace. Cellar 18x21'.
Large porch on front and side. Very
artistic combination lighting fixtures.
Everything complete. High-class neigh-
borhood. Lot 50x133. Easy terms.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
Ground floor. 218 W. Third st.
NEW COTTAGE. 6 ROOMB.
$2900. ' $300 CABH.
A new and modern cottage, well lo-
cated on the hill near W. lbth st., and
convenient to 2 car lines; has large lot
to an alley and is very complete in all
details; nicely tinted and decorated
walls; grate and mantel; polished floors,
open plumbing, lawn, flowers, etc.
JONES & RYDER UNO CO,,
218 W. Third st.
FOR BALB— HOUBES. BUILT ON KABY
term*. Gat my prices; plans free.
W. W. ALDEBBON,
Contractor and Builder. ,
420 Bradbury Bldg.
i submit a proposition on prices' and
2617 HOBART JSOULEVARD.
I 9-room house, modern; five bedrooms;
lot 50x133 to 16-foot nlley.
1803 W. FIRST BT.
Extra well built colonial cottage of 7
large rooms; lot 60x120; corner of Bur-
: 153 W. SIXTEENTH ST.
8-room modern house; lot 60x150, on
1377 E. EIGHTEENTH ST.
House of 8 rooms, modprn; lot 40x110.
747 N. HILL ST. »
6-room modern cottage; lot 34x53; 20-
New, modern house of S rooms; lot
50x150; on Sixth St., between Arizona
and Nevada sts.
Bargain prices will be accepted on
any of the nbove, nnd very reasonable
terms can be arranged for.
CHAS S. MANN,
Home 4171. 015 W. 4th st.
«|H7S — 3-ROOM COTTAGE, CLAR-
ence, near First, 47x165.
91475r — 3-room cottage, Clarence, near
■ First, 43x165.
9147S — 5-rnom modern cottage, Clar-
ence, near First, 25x140.
91600 — 5-room modern cottage, Aliso
¥27iio — 5-room modern cottage. E.
20th, near Central, 40x137.
92K0O — 5-rnom morlern cottage, E. 3!M,
near Griffith, 40x137.
9320O — 6-room modern cottage, E.
29th, near Central, 50x158.
$4.">0n — 6-room modern cottage, K.
Adams, npar Griffith, dOxl'it.
92700 — fi-room modern cottage, Ea3t
97000 — 5-room modern cottage, S.
Hope, near Second.
TOWSI.ER & HOSSITEn.
277-K lluutlneton llullillnc
BOYLE HEIGHTS PROPERTY IS HAV-
lng a healthy move upward, as It
is now recognized as a. most desirable
High, dry, good fresh air, no fog, close
In. no floods.
We are building fine homes on Boyle
avenue, two blocks north of First street.
Our houses are built by day labor and
are modern and first-class in all par-
We are selling them at extremely low
prices, as we bought our land some time
ago, when It was cheap. You can save
$500 If you buy your home from us.
Houses from $2000 to $2750; one-third
cash, balance terms. Don't pay rent
when these bargains are offered.
209 West Fourth Street. :.
9150O — Hlnton avenue, Angeleno
Heights, 5 roonm, No. 412.
92000 — West 38th, 6 rooms. No. 440.
$2 too — East 31st, 5 room*.. No. 286.
9187R— Fedora street, 5 rooms, No.
9310O — West 22rt St., 5 rooms, new,
93200 — West 17th St., 6 rooms, No.
Prices kooil for this week.
R. A. BURTON REALTY Co.,
410-418 Lnughlln Illdg.
Phonen — Home 7057, Main 4714.
FOR SALE— FOR
91050^Neat, new 4-room cottage, S.
Matthews St.. Boyle Heights,
91350— New 4-room cottage, Boyle
Heights, $150 cash.
91650— New 6-room house. Boyle
Heights, lot 50x179, $200 cash.
$1000— Now 6-room house, S. Flcket
St., $400 cash.
O. H. JONES, -< : '<: -•:
Room 220, 218 S. Broadway.
$425 DOWN~SI2 MONTH.
Lot 55x175, 3-room California house in
Boyle Heights for $850.
5-room good cottage on 17th St., east
of San Pedro, $2000.
6-room, fine house on Birch st. for
$2000. A snap. Will sell to colored
2410 Home. 316 Frost Block.
FOR SALE— A SNAP! I
We will build you a neat 6-room cot-
tage or bungalow, with the best por-
celain plumbing, tinted walls, pol-
ished floors, china closet, cement
walks and lighting fixtures for
ONLY $1000— CASH OR INSTALL-
WHITING, THOMPSON & CO..
Home phone 1075. 236 Byrne Bldg.
" FOR SALE. '
6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE.
EAST 16TH— NEAR MAPLE AVB.
LOT 54x150. STREET WORK.
WE CAN DELIVER FOR $4500.
CARROLL J. DALY & CO.,
Home 8296. 2U WEST FIRST ST.
Members Realty Board.
A BARGAIN IN BOYLE HEIGHTS.
B-room cottage, with bath, toilet,
■washbowl, etc., l>/4 blocks from Brook-
lyn car on North San Benlto street.
Price $1800; $150 cash, balance small
• E. G. DEVENS,
227 Laughliu Bldg. 315 S. Broadway.
Home phone 8321.
FOR SALE~-HO USES.
We will build a house
containing as many rooms
as you may desire, and furnish
all the money, or build for cash.
Plans furnished free.
J. BURRIS MITCHEL & CO.,
Contractors and Builders,
826 Douglas Building.
Sunset, Black 3991. Home 8774.
10-ROOM, MODERN. WESTLAKE RES-
ldence, No. 726 LAKE STREET, be-
tween Seventh and Eighth streets;
$1000 cash; balance easy terms if deulred.
the McCarthy company, owner.
203 North Broadway.
Home Phone 8737.
$3800-TIIB BEST 6-ROOM COTTAGE
IN WKST ADAMS ST. SECTION:
KAST FRONT; LARGE LOT; LAUOK
ROOMS AND EVERYTHING FIRST-
L. L. BOWKN, 603-3 FAY BLDG.
A FINE LIST OF FARMS IN BOUTH-
ern California, for sale and exchange at
reasonable > prices on the very best • of
terms. H. C. THOMPSON, 308 Uryson
mock, with Ben White. ,
FOR BALK-7-ROOM MODERN HOUSH.
everything complete; price $3100; $10U0
rash, balance terms;' close In. 11. (J.
THOMPSON, 808 Brysw Block, with
bomb peoples a noun
"If I buy a home on the Installment
plan. It is such a long time before I
own a home free and clear."
DO TOU NOT KNOW
Tour property will be Increasing in
value every day, and your equity can
coon be exchanged for another piece of
property, free and clear T
Call and talk it over with us. Our
plans are alwayt ready for your in-
R. N. LAMBERTU A CO.,
General Building: Contractors,
Suite 414 Braly Bldg.
COME AND SEE MY PLANS FOR UP-
to-date homes of every description; all
modern and up to date, with such lux-
uries as you probably do not realize can
go In homes of moderate cost. I make
no charge for plans, even when specially
prepared to meet your ideas.
room am homer i. \ir«;nt,i\ m.nn
$150 cash, balanco like rent; n«w,
four rooms and bath, Hoover street,
near Santa Monica avenue; 6-cent
fare; ■Hollywood-Colegrove car to
Melroso Junction. THE MCCARTHY
COMPANY, builder and owner, 203
North Broadway. Phono Home 8737.
FOR SALE-12-ROOM MODERN HOTTBE.
all furnished and up to date; billiard
table and piano; large lot, 70x145 feet; a
finely finished hnrn. This Is a positive
bargain: $7000 cash. H. C. THOMPSON,
308 Bryson Block, with Ben White.
92700 — GOOD FIVE -ROOM ' COTTAG W.
right close In, walking distance,
rented for $22.50 a month; a snap for
COOPER « CUODEIIACK,
218 South Broad—fay, Room 237.
Furnished Houses ■ .
NICE FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, COM-
pletely furnished, southwest cor. PA-
CHECO and COURT. $1950. Inquire on
City Lots and Lands
' GO OUT TODAY
GO OUT TODAY
BOWEN & DALTON'S
MAIN STREET BOULEVARD TRACT.
This Is a new on<?. our number 5, and
one of the very best of our
SIX BIG TRACTS.
Handsome full bearing walnuts,
peaches, apricot trees and berry bushes
Fruits enough to supply a small fam-
ily on each lot.
475 feet on South Main street, Includ-
ing both 51st and B2d street corners,
running through to Los Angeles street.
620 feet on Los Angeles street.
STREET CAR SERVICE.
Only 15 minutes' ride to center of
business, 5c fare. Take the Maple ave-
nue electric car to Fifty-first St., one
short block west of Main street. Office
and agent on tract. The Moneta ave-
nue line will soon be finished to the car
barns, across Main street.
This Is known as the boulevard and
driving street for autos or carriages.
Our guarantee goes with each lot that
the street work will be high class and
the same as in all our.
Each house, cottage .or bungalow.
built must cost not less than $1250 and
must set back 20 feet from the property
line. This will assure one of having
a good class of neighbors.
$675 to $1350.
One-fourth cash, balance 6, 13 and 18
Each lot has a 12-foot alley in the
rear, which is very convenient In case
one wishes a barn or other outbuild-
DO NOT DELAY.
GO OUT TODAY
and get your choice. This is a small
tract and will not last long. 4 or 5 lots
already sold. The lots are One, our
terms are liberal and the profit Is all
yours if you.
DO IT NOTf .
Office on Tract,
' C. E. Palmer, Agent,
BOWEN & DALTON,
439-40-41 Douglas Bldg.
Both phones 2472.
MEMBERS REALTY BOARD.
$650 — CORNER HALLDALE AND
$650 each — Washington and Stanton,
four lots, 30x130.
$850 each — E. 17th, near Naomi, five
$800 each — W. 36th, near Normandle,
$850— 33 d and Griffith aye., 40x130.
$1050 — 39th and Maple aye., 40x140.
$1100— Washington, near Central aye.,
$6000 — Corner of 23d and Vermont,
TOWSLEE & ROSSITER,
277-8 Huntlngton Building.
and 910 per month, without Interest,
buys a lot 50x174. on a graded
and oiled street, cement sidewalks
and curb, one block from electric
line and well located.
Only a few lots left.
EDWARD D. SILENT A CO., Sole Ascents
Members L. A. Realty Board.
Est 1885. 216-218 W. Second Street.
FOR BALE-$475. BABY TERMS; 5C
fare, half block from car, northwest
part of city; fine, high level lot, 67x220;
fine place to raise chickens and make
fine little home. This lot Is $201) under
value, but owner has bought more than
he can pay for, so In compelled to sac-
rifice. LOS ANGELKS REALTY COM-
PANY, 414 Bryson . Block.
tor'ba*_l_ i _ m^ch—
Two fine lots on K. 15th near Don Abel,
40x140 to alley. Owner non-resident,
'anxious to Bell. Make offer.
W. H. OBKART4O2 Johnson Bldg.
VOW. BALE — 92500— .MUST lIU SOL.D
at onve. Beautiful lot in Westmore-
land tract, 60x150 on Araphoa • st.
right near 10th. The cheapest lot In
. the whole tract and one of the very
best. . This Is a rare barsmla. Owner
compelled to sell and will •aorltlue.
V. M. PHBLPS, ■ ■•:. . .
EOS Douglas Bids;. Both . Phones. !
City Lots and Lands
CONSERVATIVE PRICES •
ON INCOME PROPERTIES.
«J>so— la Ra11« aye., S. of
«nr,o — Harvard blvd., s. of
91000— Dalton, c. front, s. of
9iir»o— iiniliiiile aye., s. of
Ad«.nis • ...*>O* ISO
Siano — Normandle aye., a. of
91.100— Halldale, c. front (10*160
11700 — Western aye,, half block
of Adnms Ml* l. "in
9TBO— .Jefferson Bt BOillO
98.-o— Brighton aye., s. of
9»oo— Unhurt aye., t. of
91800— Cor. on Halldnle, s. of
91.100— Cor. on Dalton, I. of
. Adams Soxl.V>
91S00— Brighton aye., cor. lot. .r.»xir>»
234 Laughlln Hid-.. 316 S. Broadway.
Main 263; Home Ex. 263.
■ At city limits.
SOUTH PARK TO MAIN.
MONETA AVB. (lAII LINE)
Will run south of Slauson, '
Then east to Ascot Park.
mm mo <\n shops
Will be rnnnlnir full force -
thin full. -
HAWTHOniVK TRACT AND ANNEX
Are In tho middle of tho
mr; tiiinhs doinm.
FINH I. A RUH I,OTS,
937.% TO 9.100.
Take Snn P«>dro oar on Main
to our tract office, southwest corner
• Slruionn nnrt South I'ark.-
W. F. THORNE &. CO., OWNERS,
Room 311, 218 South Broadway,
i Homo 1684.
EAST SEVENTH STREET TRACT. .. .
$200 TO $400.
Only a few of these cheap lots left, j;
The best bargain for such close-in
property In Los Angeles. • .'.:'.*?* - *i i *
For maps and terms see • •
R. W. POINDEXTER CO.,
409 Wilcox Building. -:
JUST THINK OF IT!
BUY NOW IF AT ALL.
$1135— 40-font front lot; street work
paid for; B-room cottage: porcelain bath,
bowl, toilet, light finished all through;
tinted walls; outside stained shingles;
will f-urely please you; terms, $200 cash
and $20 month; price $1125; Just think
of It! Special reason for this sacrifice.
Also new' 6-room cottagp, north of Jef-,.;
ferson, for $1375: same terms.
GITS B. HILL, OWNER,
With Strong & Dickinson.
Phone 1273. 135 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE — A FEW LOTS IN OUR
new subdivision at $350; each one is
60x143 feet; streets are 60 feet wide,
to be fully improved, graded and
oiled; 5-foot sidewalks, cement curbs,
etc.; work now being done; when im-
provements are completed price will
be $450. YOU CAN MAKE MONEY
QUICK BY BUYING NOW.
ROBERT MITCHELL CO..
508 South Broadway.
"No Misrepresentation." L.- A. R.B .
FOR SALE— j '
We secured in an exchange deal .- t
large lots in Signal Hill . tract, Long
Beach, which we will sell at a bargain.
We also offer 2 choice lots in southwest
on Brighton aye., below 46th St., at a
bargain for quick turn.
Phones- ROSS & LINDSET.
Home 7653. Sl4 H. W. Hellman Bldg. •
FINE BUSINESS CORNER, 53x150. PICO
Heights, worth $2500; must sell. Make
offer. . .
West Washington, near Estrella, 60x '
150; $3500; worth the money. . ' -■> ■
East Hollywood, lots 50x135;. $300 "to
$800 according to location. ..- .
Near San Pedro and Washington.. 50x
150; $1000; cheapest lot in that locality; t
McFATRIDGE BROS., 319 S. Spring St
district at 16th and Alameda sts. We
control 20 lots between 16th and Wash-
ington sts., McGarry and Staunton
ayes. and Don Abel. Prices, $600 and
up; 40x146; lots cheap. You can make
money on this property at the prices
we offer lots. •
CALDWELL & CO.,
L. A. R. B. . 403 Cnrrler Bldg.
FOR SALE— i
Three lots on Carroll avenue, being N.
W. corner of Douglas street and Carroll
avenue, 60x150 feet, $1750; and lots 4 and ■
6 of block 4, Angeleno Heights, being
100x135 feet, at $2500. or $1250 for eithav
half; 60 feet- west of Dourrlas street.
Terms, half cash, balance as agreed; 7
• per cent interest. . ■ ■
M. L. WICKS,
128 Hellnan Block, 2d and Broadway. . .
FOR SALE-BY BAIIRY BROS., '■ :
328-329 BRADBURY BLDO.
TWO EAST FRONT. LOTS. 50x140:-
HIGH GROUND, NEAR ANGELUS
VISTA TRACT: WORTH $2000. IF
SOLD QUICKLY WILL TAKE $1600. A
DECIDED SNAP; $950 CASH. BAL-
ANCE EASY. WILL SEPARATE AT
LARGE LEVEL LOT. 60x186.
IN THE 3 SOUTHWEST.' ' •:
IMPROVED WITH 4-FT. CEMENT
WALK; CEMENT CURB AND ALL
STREET IMPROVEMENTS PAID
FOR; ONLY $225; ON EASY. TERMS .
EMIL. FIRTH, Owner, -
411-417 LAUGHLIN BLDG..
315 S. BROADWAY.
FOR SALE— . ■ V -.'ir
Two lots- in Arlington Heights,'' on :
Third avenue, between 16th and Wash-
ington street. : .
$800 each. . .
This Is $100 below market price.
Owner wants money. -■ . • •
THOS. HAMPTON. 119 S. Broadway.
RUFUS J. STUKBY TRACT.
A tract for homes. and good peo-
ple; $10 cash, $10 per month. Come,
and see for yourselves. Take Eas-.
Ninth street car on Main to Fifty-
second street; owner on - ground.
Phones — Home 29224; Sunset .. South •
666. . . • . . . ■'. ' • . H V' '
FOR BALE— BY CULVER. .
$_40-28xllO. Ruth aye., 7th and Bth sts.
$2800-35x110. Towne aye., 7th and Bth sts. '
$3000—45x90. Ruth aye., 7th and Bth sts.
$4000-60x110, Ruth aye., 7th and Bth sts..
ALEX CUIiVBR. i " '
106 South Broadway. • '.. '
LOT 60x160 FEET ON NORTHWEST ,
corner of Carroll • avenue ' and > Douglas
street, $17C0: $350 cash, $400 live month..
balance on time, 7 per cent net In tor-
est; water, gas, electricity • and - sewer, '
ail street work done and paid for. M.
L. WICKS. 128 Hellman Bids.; Second
and Broadway. ,
LOT ON CARROLL AVH., IN ANOBLK-
no Heights. 50x135 feet, on clean side of
street, 60 feet west of Douglas street,
for sale; $1100, half cash. - Gas, • water,
electricity, sewer and all street ■ work .
done and paid for. M. L. . WICKS,
Room 128 Hellman Bldg.. Second anil
IJSO-CHOAPEST CLOSE-IN LOTS, 41BT
and Compton: large fruit trees. Can'
you beat this? Also. J350 lot. 40x138/ 66th
street- and K'Kueroa. ' Agent -on tract*.
WIESENDANQER, 221 LaughUn Bid. M
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