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Oo After Thenn^-Ybu'll Win, If You Use the HERALD LINERS
LOB ANGELES, AtiJt^l.
ff me.f Bar.'TTh. |RTH.| Wln(TjV^l|WeatriT
6* a.m. 1291 29 RTB9T»S"rNH7~4TFoggy
tj>.m. I 29.87 I 73 | 63 | BWII 10 I Clear
Maximum temperature, 81.
Minimum temperature, 68.
BAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 1.-Fos;Ky
weather prevails along the coast from
Central California, northward; elsewhere
on the Paclflo Slope It Is fnlr.
The changes in temperature on the Pa
clflo slope hare been slight.
Lo» Angeles and rlelnlt»-»Fo«rgy
Wednesday morning, becoming fair dur
ing the day; light west wind.
Coast-Foggy Wednesday mornlr.gr, be
coming fair during the day; fresh west
COOK-SWINDLER— CaIeb B. Cook. S3,
native of Wisconsin and reildent of
Whlttler .and Nettle K. Swindler, 29.
native of Indiana 'and resident of Whlt-
LASKOWSVr-SEMAN-John K. Las-
kowßky. f . native of Germany and
rpsldent U Los Angeles, and Carrie
Bcman, J», native of Germany and resi-
dent of Ijos Angeles. ' " ' ,' ' ' -1
BAILEY-HATTON— Ira D. Bailey, 28, na-
tive of Malno and resident of Pomona,
end Marline •V. Hatton, 23, native of
Missouri nnd w>sldpnt of Covlna,
BRADYVFINLEY— W. W. Brady, 82, nA-
tlve of California and rasldpnt of Long
Bench, and Bessie Flnley, 23, native of
California and rrnldent of Long Beach.
ODERKIRK-JAMKS-F. I. Odcrklrk, 89.
native of California and renldent of
Sherman, and Martha Jarnrs, 23. native
of Wales nnd rpsldent of Panadonn..
HUGHES-FITHERN— W. C. HughPS, 4S,
i native of Ohio and resident of Santa
Monies, and Ada H. Flthern. 28, native
of Mnnsachusetts and resident of Santa
BLOMQUIBT-ANDERBON-J. E. Blom-
qulst, S2. native of Sweden and resident
of Los Angeles, and Amanda Anderson,
85. native of Sweden and resident of
R Los Angeles.
MERTEB-CURLl4Y— William Mertes. 28.
native of Wisconsin and resident of l«os
Angeles, and Grace Curley, 25, native of
New York and resident of Los Angeles.
COVERT-BARBER— H.E. Covert. 31. na-
tive of Indiana and resident of Los An-
geles, and Edith M. Barber, 28, native of
Kansas and resident of Los Angeles.
OLIVER-OZMUN— Byron L. Oliver, 83,
native of Illinois and resident of X.os
Angeles, and Gertrude Ozmun, 26, na-
tive of Indiana and resident of Tustin.
MEEK-PIIELAN— EarI Meek, 25, native
of Missouri and resident of Long Beach,
and Lillian Phelan. 19, native of Califor-
nia and resident of Long Beach.
BUTT- BARKER— AIIen D. Butt, 63, na-
tive of Indiana and resident of Los An-
feles, and Belle P. Barker, 40, native of
lllnols and resident of Los Angeles.
WELCH-MAURER— Ralph L. Welch. 81,
native of Pennsylvania and resident of
Los Angeles, and Elva I. Maurer, 27,
native of Pennsylvania and resident of
ELMER-ROBISON— W. Scott Elmer, 23.
native of Michigan and resident of Los
Angeles, and Bessie Roblson, 21, native
of Kansas and resident of Los Angeles.
FRAZEE-HURON— Eben M. Frazee, 64,
native of Ohio and resident of Los An-
geles, and Anna H. Huron, 68. native of
Indiana and resident of Los Angeles.
ROBBINS-PORTER— John B. Robblns. 40,
native of Georirla and resident of Playa
del Rey, and Prlscllla Porter, 40, native
of California and resident of Los An-
■ BURKE-COMEANS— Thomas P. Burke,
. 22. native of West Virginia and resident
of Los Angeles, and Laura G. Comeans.
19, native of Ohio and resident of Los
OSB§RNE-NARVER-Sherrlll B. Os-
borne 31, native of Louisiana and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Anna L.
• Narver, 21, native of Oregon and resi-
dent of Los Angeles.
EDMUNSON-MATHES— Richard Edmun-
son. aged 70, a native of England and
resident of Los Angeles, and Elizabeth
Mathes, aged 71, a native of England
and resident of Los Angeles. -
MOFFIT— To Mr. and Mrs. F. M., 458 Sier-
ra street, July 22, a boy.
BODEN— To Mr. and Mrs. George A., 3123
Baldwin street, July 26, a girl.
ROEHRIG— To Mr. and Mrs. B. F., 246
: South Avenue 19, July 28. a girl. m
'■ HORNER— To Mr. and Mrs. H. G., 160 W.
Workman street, July 28, a girl.
HAGERMAN— To Mr. and Mrs. Frank C,
; • . : ■ California hospital, July 31, a boy.
■ LONGSHORE— To Mr. and Mrs. Roy Har-
vey, 540 East 35th street, July 26. a girl.
' HILTS— To Mr. and Mrs., 1222 49th street,
July 18, a girl.
Peek & Chase Co., undertakers and em-
Dalmers; lady assistant 433 a Hill. Te>.
CHAMBERLAIN— Frank W., 825% West
Third street, apoplexy, August 1, aged
BRESEE BROS. CO. *2i£HS. NE
V; /V BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
Vti, AHlnul Attend. lINDFRTAKERS
l*iHß ana Children. UIWLftIHIH.HO
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
runeral director*. 8)0-812 8. Flower street.
Our lady undertaker. Mlsa Elizabeth Thompson,
In attendance for women and chlldrem day or
Sight. I'hone Main 18CT; Horn* W.
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
ITNDKKTAKXIIS, have removtd to 10S1 So.
Grand Aye. Phonee— Main 401: Horn* 401.
. Slightly damaged shades, 25 cents.
Our burlaps are heavier than others
snd can be pasted; 76 Inches (not 72)
natural, 20 cents; 36 Inches dyed, 15
cents; 40 Inches dyed, 20 cents; Just the
thing tor between chair rails. Molding
. Beat paint. $1.50 per gallon.
Big reduction in wall paper.
* Try our enamels— they make things
shine like a mirror.
Glazing and painting.
WALTER BROTHERS. '
■ ■ 627 South Spring St.
• - W. V. JOHNSTON'S
The old reliable carpenter Jobbing shop.
Best place for good work and prompt
service. Screens, ladders, shirtboards
' made to order and in stock, Tel Main
6203, 309 W. SEVENTH^
works-Tel. Main 217; Home 217. 756 8.
OLIVIA Upholstering and carpet clean-
80. CAL. TRANSFER CO.-TRUNKS.
25c and up; general drayage. Tels Main
I486; Home 2184. 817 W. BECOND ST.
PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
ness medium, ifivea readings dally; test
clrclfß Tue.. Thur. evenings at 8 o'clock;
25c. Room 18. 11UV4 «■ BPIUNU BT.
PROF. TRIPP. CLAIRVOYANT, 316 Vt
South - Spring, suite i. Readings
dally, 25c. 50c. 11.
VEDIC, CARD READER, 316% South
Spring, suite 6. Readings, dally. 250,
11118. PARKER. PALMIST ..ND CLA.IU-
. voyant. 416H B. HPRINO ST.. room 8.
! ATTORN £Vs.AT.LAW
fee without succ»»s. U. W. COOK. Ul
fitlmson Block, 8d and Spring. Phone
1718 ■ Open evenings.
DIVORCE LJk.WB-Ai>VJCM FIIBB; NO
fee without success; private. J. H
BMITH. 123 W. Tiurd si., Room 100. I
, to » p m.
?iANtia*SoOr7JN* EaS" lO'XfMENi^
. I'Uuos rented at low ratea A. ■O.
UAftDNJSIi PIANO HOl/eil L.W.. Vt
Winston st. Phune Black '&iX; Home
-. HUMMEL BROS. A CO.,
A strictly nr*t-elass, reliable agency.
AH kinds of help promptly furnished,
lour orders solicited.
11G-IIS East Second street.
Between Main And Los Angelet sts.
Largest and best equipped ofAces on
the Paclfle coast.
HUMMEL BROS A CO.,
118 and 118 K. 2d St
Telephones— Main 609
Flrst»clnaa newspaper sollelton.
Apply st circulating department hf-
tweea TiSO anil 8 n. m. sad 4iSO and
B p. m.
LOS ANGBLRS lIRIIAM*.
WANTED — ENERGKTIC MAN, KACII
county, to post signs, advertl** and
distribute snmplps; salary $18 week-
ly; $3 per day for expenses; honesty
find sobriety mnrn essential than ex-
perience. NATIONAL CO., 720 Chest-
nut street, Philadelphia. ■' •<■■ ■■■•*
THREB GOOD LATIIF.RB-42.n0 PEU
M. and we furnish. 1.191 WEST 86TH.
Tske Traction University enrs with W.
Jefferson sign. Got off at Denker aye.
telegraph operators. State age nnd
previous employment. Address BOX
429, Herald office. ■ ■■
ANY PERSON TO DISTRIBUTE OUR
samples; $18,.00 weekly; steady. Mgr.
"EMPIRE." 4 Wells St., Chicago, 111.
MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGES IN ALL
leading cities. 118-115 E. 2d St.. L. A.
To Purchase— Miscellaneous
WANTED-TO BUY FURNITURE AND
household goods. We pay 1-3 more than
others. COLYEAR'S. 822-21 S. Main.
Phones: Main 1117; Home 2154.
To Purchase — Real Estata
WE HAVE CASH CUSTOMER FOR
A WELL LOCATED LOT IF SAME
CAN BE HAD AT A BARGAIN; ALSO
FOR A 5 OR 6-ROOM HOUSE CLOSE
TO SOUTH MAIN ST.
J. A. MORLAN & CO., ,
202 & 203 FAY BLDO.
Real Estate ■
— OF RENTAL PROPERTY——
TO KNOW THAT WE!
DO A RENTAL BUSINESS-r-
IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
MINES & PARISH,
318 SOUTH HILL STREET.
WANTED-« PER CENT NET INTB2R-
est payable aemi-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 BAVINGS, BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. W. O.
Blewltt Secretary. 101 N. Broadway,
. Los Angeles.
WANTED-MONEY. $800 ON A BEACH
cottage valued at $2000. Will pay 8 per
cent for 2 years. The security is first-
class. THOS. J. HAMPTON, 119 S.
WANTED-DEALERS AND PAPER-
hangers to write for sample books of
wall paper, paints, • etc. WALTER
BROS., 627 South Spring.
8-year lease on lot 40x160, for $35.00 per
month, in heart of city, brick building
40x70 on same, for $5000.
Grocery store to trade for ranch. Stock
and fixtures $1500.
General merchandise stock to trade for
residence. Stock and fixtures $2000.
Cigar stand. Spring, near Fourth, at
60 cents on the dollar; clears $4.00 per
"Hardware store on Pico. The cleaneßt,
nicest stock in the city; stock $2000;
trade $25.00 per day.
Restaurant, at one of the best beaches,
best location, business $80.00 a day, has
lease three years, owner owns building.
Look this up if you want a money
Shoe store, on Main, stock $20,000.
Brokerage ticket office, in San Diego,
for (500. Investigate.
Ice cream and confectionery, the nicest
thing In the city at the price.
Gents' furnishing; will. trade for city
property. Stock $3500, in suburban town.
OLD SETTXEIIS INVESTMENT CO.,
601-603 Grant Bldg.
EUREKA REALTY AND INVEST-
Office— Roomn '£i!i and '233 Copp
We have today some good busi-
ness opportunities to offer at San
Pedro. We have in this city a res-
taurant doing $65 per day. We have
cigar and fruit stands, laundry,
bakery and oil routes at prices to suit
you. If you -want a chicken ranch
near here, we have it. Sco us.
KUREKA BEAhTY AND INVEST-
by giving best values In United States.
76-inch natural burlap 20c, 40-Inch dyed
20c. Just the thing between chair rail;
Wi-lnch dyed 15c. Our burlaps are heavy
and can be pasted; best paint $1.50 gal-
lon, molding 2c foot, slightly damaged
window shades 25c. painting and glazing-
WALTER BROS., 627 S. Spring.
Cigar stand; fine location; doing
fine business; five years' lease; cheap
rent Come right In and see me about
COOPER A CUDDEDACK,
218 South Broadway, Doom 237.
FOR SALE — A KAMII/V (SIIOCEHIY, A
nice clean stock ot groceries and a
nice trade already established.
Owner leaving; city and must sacri-
imOWN A WOODS, aiT Fny.
IiOMIKIKMI UII MHOItSIO
mry treasury utovk NOW.
Work |ir»K rroaiuK rapidly,
Tuunrl mill abaft.
Write or cull.
VAADA fllMiS PROMOTION CO.,
212-213 11. W. Ili-Uiiiuii Ilulldlnic. ,
LOST AND FOUND
about 11U0 or more. Must be gentle and
safe for a. lady to drive. VIM pay cash.
No plugs wanted. 1091 WEST BOTH, or
phone Uome 23185. Sunset West 3165.
LOST-AT THE ORPHKIJM Oil ON
Spring street near corner of Second,
July is, a cameo pin. Finder leave at
HERALD OFFICE and receive suitable
TRANSFER AND BTORAGE /
i'lre Proof. 41J-1D B « n Pedro at.
Open storage or separate iron rooms.
Moving and packing rsuiotiabU rutti*.
Cash advanced on storage. -
Mttln Oflios. • 123 ft MAIN.
F bones— Main HIT; Home 8164. .
LOS ANGELES HERALD: , WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST a, 1905.
FOR RENT '
IF TOU AliU LOOKING FOR THfai
best place In Los Angeles to room
And board, call at 305 S. Bunker mil:
highest elevation In city; a nice, quiet
homo, newly furnished and home
cooking. Take Angel's Flight, then
go two blocks west. Rates low for
$16— THRKB ROOMS. COMPLBTELY
furnlshed: new; housekeeping: in
new h»H(lln<r. 218 N. FREMONT.
TO nENT-FIVE-ROOM FURNIBHKD
cottflfto on Kohlpr Bt., nonr Pth. $20 per
month. THOS. J. HAMPTON CO., 118
H. Broadway. .
TO LET-MODERN FLATS-Water Free.
110 — 8 rooms, SO4 N. Fremont
* 1 2 — 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
112— .1 rooms, 534 8. Flgueroa.
*U-3 rooms, 834 8. Flgueroa, furnished.
tin— s rooms, 1013 W. Diamond.
ilft— 5 rooms, 1016 W. Ist.
$16-4 rooms, Dia W. Ist.
$16—8 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, furnished.
$18—8 rooms, 218 N. Fremont, furnished.
WIESENDANaBH; 221 Laiighlln Hid.
FOR $14 TOU CAN RENT THREE
rooms, completely furnished, new, ele-
gant; hoiißPkeepliig; gas range, bath,
telephone. 1 hot water; close In. 834
SOUTH FIOUKROA. $10 unfurnished;
also 204 NORTH FREMONT, $10 unfur-
MONEY TO LOAN
I HAVB MONBY TO LOAN ON ALL
KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN SUMS
TO'SUIT AT CURRENT RATES.
JAMES B. THRELKELD,
201 FAY BLDO.. 826 W, THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN 883.
NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES—
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.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without lndorsers; easy payments;
positively lowest rates. Hours, 10:30 to
B:30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.,
628 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
ANY AMOUNT ON FURNITURE,
pianos, household goods, machinery,
etc., If stored In our new fireproof ware-
house. Office 822 S. Main. .COLYEAR
WAREHOUSE CO.. Phone Main 1117.
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. LlVB-
stock, etc., low rates; prompt, reliable.
REID ft CO., 142 S. Broadway, Room
126. Phone 1926.
MONEY TO LOAN— THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 819 and 820 Douglas bulldlngi
will lend money on city or county real
n. W. POINDKXTEn, 400 WILCOX
Bldg.f loans money on real estntet
stocks and bonds. Building loans a
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT.
L. P. VAN NOMAN, 1134 West 46th St.
Phone West 1231. ; ■
SANITARIUMS . "
Massage, electrlo, tub, vapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 225% w.
First.- Home 8809. . ■
BATHS AND MASSAGE r
VAPObTaND iPRAY~BATHS." MAB-
sage and electricity; experienced op-
erators. 618U SOUTH SPRING ST..
rooms 6, 7 and 8. Hours from 9 to 11.
SCIENTIFIC AND MAGNETIC MAS-
sage, tub baths, alcohol rub and salt
glow. From 9 a. m. to 12 p. m. Room 10,
bZ9& S. BROADWAY.
WHEN YOU WISH A FIRST-CLASS,
thorough treatment, call at 220 FRANK-
LIN ST., Room 6. One treatment as-
sures another. ■ i
BATH~PARLOR— REMOVED 'fROM~6I2
S. Broadway to 720 S. Broadway, cot-
tage In rear. Call and try my new
VAPOR AND TUB BATHS. MASSAGE
and electric treatments. Room 225, 703
SOUTH SPRING STREET. Telephone,
Main 592. <
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS-NO B UN-
day treatment; of flee hours, 9to 9. 223
W. SECOND ST., Rooms 212-215. Home
321 SOUTH HILL— VAPOR AND TUB
baths, massage for colds, rheumatism,
nervousness. Open every day. Room 9.
THE ESTELLE BATH PARLORS-
Newly opened; first-class baths and
massage. 127 EAST SECOND ST.
BATHS-TUB AND VAPOR, MASSAGE,
moved from 654 S. Los Angeles street to
44514 S. SPRING ST., room 6.
FOR THE BEST ALCOHOL BATHS,
try 115 V 4 SOUTH BROADWAY, first
floor, room 18.
FOR A GOOD TUB OR VAPOR BATH
and massage go to 738 ft S. Grand aye.
BATH AND MASSAGE-FIRST-CLASS.
Suites 6 and 7. NO. 610 ft B. BPRING.
SOUTHERN BATH PARLORS. 444
SOUTH BPRING. Suites 1 and 2.
341 ft SO. SPRING, ROOM 8; NEWLY
opened manicure parlors.
BATHS-309 W TEMPLE. ROOM NO. 2.
Phone Homo 6076.
DR. ANI» MRS." CARTER SUCCESS"
fully treat all female diseases and ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
sultation free. Hours, la. m, to Id,
m.; Sundays. 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MER-
CANTILE PLACE, over 543 S. Spring.
CANCER CURED— MRS. S. i. BRIDGE
Remedy. Mrs. Bridge may be found every
day between 9 and 4 at the offices of J.
C. ALDRICH. M. P., 454 8. Spring st
SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIES DUR.
ing confinement; homes for children.
DR. C. E. SMITH, 727 Bellevue aye,
Tel. Main 2364. .
JULIAN MACRAE, ELECTRICIAN-
Mental and nervous diseases. 1030 8.
HOPE. Home 4004.
DR. TAYLOR— FEMALE CPECIALIBT
and obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER,
BCUWi'MAN "LJiNTAL J6.i
107 N. Spring st.— Painless extracting.
filling, crown and brldg* work, flexible
rubber plates. Pure gold Hlllngs, 73a
up; all other fillings, 100 up; I cleaning
teeth, 500 up; gold crowns and bridge
work, $2.50 up; sets teeth, $2.50 up. Also
open evenings and Sunday forenoons.
FRANK STEVENS, 824 ft 'O SPRINO
, BROKERB j
Wllcox Buildlug, deals in bonds, more-
KaKes snd other first-class securities.
Loans negotiated st lowest market
rates. If you wish to lend money on
first mortgages, I can place It for you
safely and at a fair rate ot Interest,
Reference! First National Hank. Los
Anseles National Bank.
. with center guide, cunning perfoct align,
inent and beautiful work. Yost users
find no ribbon aavea money. "Light run-
. nlng," durable, YOBT QWVICVL 188 , 8.
j You'll Never I
j| Slip Up or Down];
i► < y
* ' „. i. *
I If You Exploit Your I
I Business Through 1
I Herald Liners |
PATENTS" OBTAINEb IN ""ALL i COUN-
tries; trademarks and copyrights regis-
tered; patent, trademark and copyright
suits In all courts. ROOMS 504-7, Mer-
chants' Trust Company building. Tele-
phones, Home 8191. Sunset Main 9129.
HAZARD A HARPMAM, PATENTS.
Pioneers. SPRING AND FIFTH. Pat-
ent hook free.
$8000-BUYS EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE
AND LARGE LOT. 60x187. NEAR COR-
NER OF EIGHTH AND FIGUEROA.
LOT ALONE -WORTH THE MONEY.
$6000-BUYS 8-ROOM HOUSE ON AL-
VARADO ST., OPPOSITE THE PALM
PLACE; A BARGAIN.
$4000-BUYS A FINE HOME ON WIN-
FIELD ST.; VERY FINE LOCATION
AND CLOSE IN; CAN BE HAD ON
$2600-SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, LARGE
LOT, 60x150. BATH. LAWN, FLOW-
ERS, ETC.. MAKING A LOVELY
HOME AND NICELY LOCATED. CAN
BE HAD ON CASH PAYMENT OF
$1000 AND BALANCE LIKE RENT, $20
PER MONTH. . .
XVE HAVE SEVERAL VERY
CHOICE BARGAINS OF NICE
HOMES IN SOUTH BONNIE BRAE
ALSO, HAVE EAST SIDE LOTS
FOR $350 AND UP, CLOSE TO TWO
CAR LINES; CAN BE HAD ON EASr.
CHOICE LOT ON PASADENA AVE-
NUE, $1800; TERMS.
A FINE LOT ON 29TH, NEAR COR-
NER OF MAIN.
CHOICE LOTS ON -AVENUE 31,
NEAR CORNER OF PASADENA
AVENUE, EAST SIDE; PRICES VERY
J. A. MORLAN & CO!,
202 AND 203 FAY BLDG., CORNER 3D
: AND HILL.
; . KEY WEST ST.
NJiAH CHESTER PLACE.
A beautiful five-room cottage in one of
the best parts of the- city. Has fine
lawn; plenty of fruit trees of all kinds;
two large palms; flowers, etc.; east
front; one of the most complete homes
in the city for the price, and only three
blocks from Chester place, between Fig-
ueroa and Hoover sts. Price $3200; $1000
cash and balance to suit.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO..
218 W. Third'st.
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. Wu
will furnish your plans and make a
house that will suit you. We are
pleased to refer to any one for whom
we have builded, 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 7666. 718 S. Broadway.
NEAR 10TH AND VERMONT AYE.
A new nve-room bungalow, east front,
on a large lot; house has reception hall,
living room, large dining room with
pressed brick mantel, two large bed-
rooms with bath between, kitchen, pan-
try and screen porch. Price $2300; $300
down and $2S per month.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO., '
218 W. Third st, - ■
FOR SALE — HOMES — LIKE RENT.
$2200; $400 cash, $25 per month;
lovely, new, strictly modern, five-
room cottage on Twenty-first, south-
west; Just completed and ready 'for
occupancy; no germs, musty smell or
cobwebs; on clean side of street. We
have many other i new ones at all
prices, all over the city, that are well
built and will stand Inspection. LOS
ANGELES REALTY CO., 414 Bryson
FOR SALE— NICE NEAT NEW 6-
room cottages, strictly, modern; pol-
ished floors, double fixtures; porcelain
bath, mantels and grates; basement up
to date; southwest; $2500; $500 cash, bal-
ance $25 per month.
Five lots on corner, southwest, to
trailo for small roomy house; price $Ko<>.
Good buy on Hill St. ; Income $3400.
Price $40,000: lot 61x165; it's cheap.
McFATRIDGE BROS., 819 8. Spring.
FOR BALE— HOUSES.
We will build a houae •■ »
containing as many rooms -
as you may desire, and furnish
all the money, or build for cash, j
Plans furnished free.
J. BURRIS MITCHEL & CO..
Contractors and Builders,
326 Douglas Building.
Sunset, Black 3K»I. . Home 8774.
- A BARGAIN.
$1100 — A three-room cottage on
rear of fine lot on Jefferson, near
San Pedro street: street work done;
fine neighborhood; close to two car
lines; cottage will rent quick for $10
per month. ■ • . ■ t
NKISDIIAM A McOItEGOn,
803-4' Fay Ilulldln*.
Co'nrr Third »ud Hill.
Homo 1000; Main 410.
$100 cash, balance st $50 a month with-
out Interest, 6-room cottage, within
walking distance; price $24001 mortgage
$1600 at 7 per cent ■ -**
$425 cash, balance $10 month, 8-room
California house, i lot (8x176, (or $850;
Boyle Helgh^ ibbhtbon ft
Home 2410. , m« Trust Btdg.
FOR BALM-BIOOEBT BARGAIN ON
Main street, Thin property if sold thla
week can be had at $500 below value. -
, Parties looking for investment should
not overlook till* BROWN & WOODH.
-in Fay/ ' . •.
NBW BEVEN-ROOM COTTAOB.
This modern cottage was built
for a home, and has many conven-
ience! not found In ordinary houses;
double brick founda-
FRICE. tlon; paneled dl n i n ff HALF
$8200. room; tinted walls, etc. DOWN.
Do not wait until thin
property 1m sold and then want to
buy It. This choice property will
probably spI I ■ within a few days.
R. A, nURTON REALTY CO.,
418-418 Liuighlln Bulldlnir.
Phones — Home 7667; Main 4714,
FOR SALE— '
IN PICO HEIGHTS
BIX-ROOM COTTAGE. LARGE LOT.
A new cottage, not quite finished, ot
(Ix very large rooms and den; has wide
porch with cement steps; hardwood
floors; handsome mantel In dining room,
which In wainscoted; nil modern Im-
provements; gas, electricity, etc. Price
$4001); $500 oaeh and balance to suit.
JONES * RYDER LAND CO.,
318 W. Third st
FOR BALB— FOR
sno cash down snd monthly payments
Ilkn rent; new five and six-room
houses on East Adams, East Forty-
seventh, Court and Alvarado streets.
o. 11. .?om;.«.
Itnnm 220, 218 South Ilrondway.
&OR HALE — A BNAPI 1
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.
Five-room cottage on Workman St.,
near Main St.; large lot Price $2100.
Will spII on easy terms. THOS J.
HAMPTON CO., 119 B. Broadway. L.
_A. R. B. . . '
FOR~SALB— A SNAP: 6 LARGE ROOM
cottage on 80th st., close to Maple aye.;
lot 60x130; arranged for two families;
price only $2300; best of terms.
COOPER & CUDDEBACK.
218 South Broadway, Room 287.
FOR SALE-SIX-ROOM MODERN COT-
tage on South Daly St., East Los An-
geles. Price $2500; small cash payment,
balance monthly. R. W. POINDEX-
TER, 409 'Wllcox Building.
FOR SALE— S22SO, INSTALLMENTS; 6-
room cottage, 704 North Hill St.; key at
710 North Kill. Owner, R. W. POIN-
DEXTER. 409 Wllcox Building.
FOR SALE— HOUSES, BUILT ON EABY
terms. Get my prices; plans free.
W. W. ALDERSON.
Contractor and Builder.
■' 4au Bradbury Bldg.
City Lots and Lands
ii li\\ JL>7 IL<7 Ji
MORE DOLLARS READY FOR YOU.
We told you some months ago about
. Fifty-third and Fifty-fourth streets.
Now for the fulfillment.
' ■ The crosstown connection of two
great systems — the Maln-Moneta aye-
, ; nue line and the Redondo (Gardena)
. line — Is
Besides which it runs through a
delightful part of the city, where lots
are still at low prices and constantly
. on the increase. Come now for an
early selection at first offering prices.
Until the new car. line is running,
take Maple avenue car to Fifty-third
street; go to our branch office, Flfty-
: third and Main, and we will drive you
•over Fifty-fourth street to Figueroa;
or take Redondo (Gardena) car to
the McCarthy co.
Main Office in Our Own Building/
203 North Broadway. •
Phones — Home 8737, 29171, 29098;
Sunset Red 1202, South 892.
FOR SALE— LOTS.
40x130 on Elwood street, near
Ninth; only $900.
Southeast corner Thirty-ninth and
50x140 on Union avenue, $2500.
40x135 between Eighth and Ninth;
close in; snap at $2800.
Three lots on Hope, $1400 each.
Two corner lots on Hope, $1600
Lot on San Julian, near Thirty-
sixth street, $676.
O 1 O
I HALE REALTY AND IN- I
- 818-319 Paclflo Electrlo Bldg,
I Sixth and Main. I
o- ;; — — ; o
■ ' ' '".' ' s
435-486 Chamber of Commerce
EVERYBODY SAYS 80.
< Jet resdy for It. -
THE BIGGEST HEAL ESTATE
movement in the history of '
The wise man buys now and
reaps the harvest this fall.
offers the cheapest lots on
NEAR HUNTINUTON CAR SHOPS
at Fifty-fourth and South Park.
J375 TO «600.
' See us at once.
W. V. TIIOKNU A CO.,
Room 811, 218 Bouth Broadway.
GUY W. COLTON,
• 314 O. T. JOHNSON BLDO.
sad 910 per mouth, without Interest,
buys a lot 50x174, ou a graded
and oiled street, cement sidewalks
snd curb, on* block from electrlo
line snd well located.
Only s, few lots left
EDWARD D. SII.BNT A CO., Sole Agents
•Members L. A. Realty Hoard. --
Bet- 1886. 218-218 W. Second Street
FOR BALE- YOU'LL HAVB TO HURRY
If you get one of these choice lots, ■ 8
blocks from Woatlake; $400 to $1000 each.
Kasy terms. Bte us today sure. J, 8.
. : COTTON In CO.. 3U Bouth 11111 st
' FOR »AIB
City Lets and Lands
New Is the
time to bay
•lust south of -
I.o« Angeles City Limits,
On Whltller Csr Line.
Jast Oft the I.nni Beach
- Always nice cool
These Wsrm Days.
D 2 'Mnnniiiittes
From Center of Los Aaseles.
'/ IT ' • '
Praise this Tract
When Yon hsre VUlted It.
The locality and '
delightful sad healthful.
This is the safest
place for an Investment
or * home.
Only 8 blocks south of
the Big Steel Plant
nnd other large enterprises^.:
soon to go in. , -
814 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
Phones— Main 4822.
Home 7002. .
1 LARGE, LBv'sif'tOT. BOXIM/ '.'•-
lN THE SOUTHWEST. "
ON TWO CAR LINES.
IMPROVED WITH FOUR-FOOT
CEMENT WALK, CEMENT CURB,
AND ALL STREET IMPROVE-
MENTS PAID FOR.
ONLT $275; ON EAST TERMS IF
RMII, FIRTH (OWNER),
411-417 LAUGHLIN BUILDING,
815 SOUTH BROADWAT.
LOT 40x720 ON GRADED STREET,
STAUNTON AYE., $486.
LOT 40x140 ON 46TH ST., WEST OF
SOUTH PARK AYE., $700.
LOT 45x140 ON 47TH ST., WEST OF
SOUTH PARK. $800.
LOT ON 7TH ST.. EAST OF RIVER,
$150 CASH. BALANCE $10 A MONTH.
PRICE $550. - ■ . '.: :
r. c. ibbetson & co.,
home 2410. 316 trust building.
cuiiver's hollywood park.
lots 110 and 125 feet wide)
bt 226 and 250 feet deep.
ONLY $600 AND $800. ,
ALEX. CULVEBV .
106 B. BROADWAY.
FOR SAX.E— NEAR MANUFACTURING
dletrict 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.
CALDWELI. & CO.,
L. A. R. B. 403 Cnrrler Bldg.
NORTHWEST CORNER STANISLAUS
and Reservoir streets; 50x159; fine
foothill location for health; lot lies
on a pretty slope, high enough to
command an extensive and beautiful
view of valley and foothills; good
car service. Price $800.
• E. G. DEVENS,
227 Laughlln Bldg., 315 S. Broadway.
Home Phone 8321.
" $325 LOTS -•■
? COTTAGE HOME J >
| , TRACT ■ j
° TERMS TO SUIT. °
LOTS ONLY $325.
■ — SEE
ROBERT MARSH & CO.,
803 Hellman Bldg., 4th and Spring Bts.
BABT JEFFERSON STREET TRACT.
—On Long Beach lln«—
$25 down; $10 a month.
With privilege of building on' the rear
ot the lot, or we will advance the pay-
ment to put up 2 rooms on rear ana $33
down, $10 per month.
STRONG ft DICKINBON.
185 B. . Broadway.'
FOR SAL $ ABHINOTON BT-
Tnls thoroughfare will be the next
• street paved, We offer a corner at s
bargain; 'way under market value; ripe
for Improvement; stores will pay well.
Investigate this at once.
C. J. HBYLBR CO.
Bole Agents. 810-11-13 Bryson Blk.
" LA PARK
LOTS SSOO TO S5OO.
The Very Safeat Investment.
. .Property advancing every day la this
section, noM LIWDSBY,
314 11, W. Hellman Bids.
Phone— Hume 7002. JHulu 4823.
FOR BALB ~~^7-, «".'?'.<■'.•.■-■:■ ; ,
NO MISREPRESENTATION. ' ,
82GO0 buys four beautiful lota on Hoo-
ver st.. bet. Ist and itd sts; this is a good
buy and now . Is . your opportunity, for
the owner ""^MTnorris.
Ground floor. »U 8. Hill.
FOR BALH-FOUR SUBDIVISION, 5
seres on Mth St., near Compton avenue
and Just o« Long • Beach car line.
' I House.^ruit trees and well from which
l 100 inches of water Is being , pumped.
The best thing offered Inside the city
, % limits. R. • W." /OINDHXTBS. owner.
■ m .Wilcox Building. • •
City Lots and Land*
Perhaps you know that lots north snd
west of westlake Park are selling for
$50 to $100 per front foot. Afew years
ago you could have bought this class of
property for a frsetlon of the price to-
day snd development has only com-
menced. Lot* I sold a few years ago for
Now Is the time to get In. I esn sell
you lots directly In line of the dev«l>
opment from westlaks Park toward
Hollywood for only
No lot less than' 60x143 feet snd on
Improved streets, with cement curbs,
sidewalks snd building restriction!. ]
Terms: $26.00 cash, balanoe $10.(0
Get In before the big advnnre In value
that Is sure to come this fall,' Post
yourself ion this property. Tske . the
. Coleirrovs cat to our branch office, cor.
Western avenue and the car line, and
we will be glad to show you the devel-
opment of thin section. MffMttn
CHAR. S. MANN.
Home phone 4171. . 815 W. Fourth it
CM3L.AND HOME TRACT.
Large lots, 60x186 1 1 '
. 18-foot alleys.
Pure artesian water.
$800 f«r Inside lots.
$860 for corner, 61x186 ft. .
MRS. OUBTAV B. SMITH, Bole Agent.
219 It. W. Hellman Bldg.
. ' Brance office st Florence are., on
• Long Beach Electrlo line. ■ ' ■ '
Business Property :
A GENUINE, DON A FIDE BARGAIN
that will besr the closest Inveatlga-
j tlon. 50x150 feet on Maple arcane,:
near Ninth street, containing a good
twelve-room paring apartment house.
TVs can offer this entire property for
$0760, half cssh. If you're looking
for an Investment or . speculation,
and will . thoroughly Investigate the
surroundings, you will not let this .
pass by. Yon know that there 'ls- ;
money In close-in Maple: avenue
property. There's a profit of from 25
to BO per cent to the purchaser of
- this piece within the next six months.
Sll GRANT BUILDING.
Home 1089| B. 8. Main 4570.
FOR 'SALE---: ••■■-..,•.-; -;,- , ;i."/ j-y \ \
• WE SELL THE B ARTEL *> .'. ' -
> BASSETT & SMITH.
$18,000— Cor.' on Central aye.
) Income $176 to $200 per month. I
■ / ■■ . ZZZ '■•■:"■ .■'.-■■
no.ooo— West 10th St., 60x160.
Income $100 per month.
$6500— Fremont aye., 80x165. ' .
Fine site for apartment.''
$4000-Fremont aye.,' 40x120.;. '^wJjj
• ■ . . 8-room house. ■ '1
BASSETT & SMITH, L. A. R. B.
- . 202H So. Broadway. Rooms 207-8. - >..:
FOR SALE-MAIN STREET. ',:'::, '
TWO BARGAINS. $§|||||
East-front lot near by, 60 feet I wtda ,
and over 150 feet deep, near Adams;
only $140 a front foot; will sell for $200 -
Inside of 6 months. .
NO. 2 :", ■■-■ ■'•-:•■.■■,■;■'
LESS THAN $400 A FOOT.. . . ?■•«>;
Near Pico; 165 feet deep; alley; old t
improvements lent for $30 per month, ft I
■ . W. H. OBEAR. 402 Johnson Bldg.' -"^
FOR SALE BY ' ■ --" ■ ■ ": ■' "■•■ :
328-320 BRADBURY BUILDING. ,
ON FIGUEROA, NEAR NINTH '
;• STREET| BOXIOOi CHEAP. ■ ■
EAST NINTH, CLOSE IN| «2O PER
FRONT FOOT UNDER MARKET. ,j •'
WE WANT AN OFFER ON EITHER I
OF THE ABOVE. , , .
N. W. CORNER OF MAPLB AVM..-.
AND 7TH ST., TWO-STORY BRICK
BUILDING; CLOSE TO j MAIN, ST.;
BARGAIN. . ;-,.-.
W. M. GARLAND & CO.. .
824 HUNTINGTON BLDO.',
FOR BALE-$18.000: CHOICE BUSINESS
. corner on w. 7th street four blocks
west of Flgueroa, where street Is to be
paved at once; size 112^x120; all corners
on 7th as far out as Beacon aye. held at
$200 per foot and upwards; < this , will -
double In value when street Is paved.
F. M, PHELPS, 60S Douglas bldg. \
$6000 — Two five-room flats ; , on.
Wall street,., near Ninth , street;-
.rent for $45 a month. This is close'
in and increasing in value rapidly.
C. 11. GEORGE! * CO.,
■■■■■..■■ Sole Agruta,
845 South Spring Street.' . l
$18 600 BUYS BEST LOT ON OLIVE BT.jV
60x165; 10 rooms.
WHITCOMB-aiBSON CO.; ■
629-631 Laughlln BUg.S:-;
FOR BALE-1M FEET FRONTAGE : ON *,
New High St., close to poatofnee, ■ laeu
front foot. W. B. SIMPSON, 409 Wll.
Suburban Property '
VALUES AT ALTADENA ARE EX.
ceptlonally low in comparison, with'
other Buburbs near Los Angeles, even' 1
less favored; this condition -will not
last long; Altadena acreage can .be
bought today at prices which are
bound to double in a few years. Buy
now, while prices are bedrock; It -Is
an absolutely safe Investment, with
sure profit, i.. M. PRATT, 608 Laugh-
tin Building.- Altadena Property,' a
Orange Qroves ~~
U. M. PRATT, 608 LAUaULIN .BUXJ.
"Hesdauarters for Orange Oroy**-"