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THE WEATHER LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. SO, 1905. Tlme.| Bar.TTnTTR-H.|Wlnd|VeljWeather 6 a.m.| 29.97 I 64 I S8 I SE I 1 I" Cloudy. 5 p.m-1 29.5U I 60 I 70 |.W| 7 I Cloudy. Maximum temperature, 09. Minimum temperature, 60. Weather Conditions SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 30.-The pres sure is beginning to fall along the coast from San Francisco northward, and con ditions are becoming more favorable for light rain In California. Cloudy weather Is reported from San Diego to Eureka- Forecast Los Angeles and vicinity-Cloudy un settled weather Tuesday, possibly show ers: light south winds. Coast— Cloudy Tuesday; probably show ers; fresh southwest wind. MARRIAGE LICENSES SCHERMER-LINDQUIST— David Scher- mer, 42. native ot Sweden and resi- dent of Indio, and Emma Lindqulst. 40. native of Sweden and resident of Indio. . .; PRICE-BUTTER WORTH — Foster M. Price. 35. native of Arkansas .inrl resident of Los Angeles, and Delia I. Butterworth, 29, native of California and resident of Los Angeles. WARNER-ARKILLS— C. E. Warner, 44. native of Ohio and resident of Los> Angeles, and Victoria Arkills, 55, na- tive of Missouri and resident ot LO3 WHITNEY-HAMMER — L. B. Whitney. 23, native of Minnesota and resident ' of Pasadena, and Anna M. Hammer, 27. native of lowa and resident ot Pasadena. BORREGO-HERNANDEZ — Rafael V. * Borrego, 25, native of Mexico and resident of Long Beach, and Marine ' G. Hernandez. 20, native of Texas and resident of Long Beach. PILKINGTON-PHILLIPS— ERtaI Pil- kington, IS, native of lowa and resi- dent of Santa Fe Springs, nnd Bes- sie Phillips, 16, native of California and resident of Santa Fe Springs. MYERS-BRAMMER— James F. Myers, 27, native of Pennsylvania and r-si- dent of Los Angeles, and Addlo M. Brammer, 25, native of Illinois and resident of Los Angeles. KROST-ALLINGTON— CharIes M. Frost. 48, native of Canada and resident of Los Angeles, and Ann G. Allingtor., 30, native of Kentucky and resident of Newport. McCASKILL-BERRIMAN— AIan McCas- kill, 50. native of Scotland and resi- dent of Los Angeles, and Rose Aj.. Berrlman, 38. native of Canada a:i 1 resident of Los Angeles. COFFIN-ALLEN — R. L. Coffin, 26, na- tive of Massachusetts and resident of Los Angeles, and Maude E. Allen, 24. native of Massachusetts and resident of Los Angeles. NEEDHAM-FARROW — W. B. Needham. 62, native of Vermont and resident of Los Angeles, and Eva S. Farrow, 4.".. native of Indiana and resident of Boone. ALDRICH-HILL— W. W. Aklrlrh. 2«. native of Michigan and resident of Los Angeles, and Elizabeth M. Hill. 20, native of California and resident of Los Angeles. ANDERSON-JOHNSON— SoIomon An- derson, 33, native of Sweden and resi- dent of Los Angeles, and Josephine Johnson, 30, native of Sweden and resident of Lis Angeles. HUNTER-YON TREES — Ephriem Hun- ter, 32, native of Pennsylvania and resident of Los Angeles, and Annie Yon Trees, 3n, native of Kentucky and resident of Los Angeles. KELS-AYLSROYD— CharIes H. Kels, 23, native of Germany and resident of Los Angeles and Elizabeth Aylsroyd. 19, native of New Jersey and resident of Los Angeles. BIRTHS RANKIN — To R. R. and wife. 720 East Seventeenth street, a son, Robert An- thony, October 30. Peck & Chase Co., undertakers and embalmers: lady assistants. 433 S. Hill. TeL Main 61. BRESEE BROS. 00. ma^n p "3 ONE BROADWAY AND SIXTH STR*EET Lady assistant attendsiiMnCDTAl^rDC Ladies and children. UNUtn I AKt:nb PIERCE BROS. & CO. Funeral directors, 810-Sl2 S. Flower street. Our lady undertaker. Miss Elizabeth Thompson, In attendance for women and children day or night. Phone Main 1527; Home 227. . CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR U.\l>i:i<TAKi:it>>, have removed to 1031 8. Grand uvenue. Phones — Main 403; Home 403. DIED NUSSER — At his home. 503 Turner street. Charles J. Nusser, beloved husband of Josephine Nusser. Funeral from residence Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Intermer.t n»w On 1 vary BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SPECIAL BARGAINS— COM E SEE them. Half first-class restaurant $600; half factory $1500; opening for gentleman with few hundred dollars to be manager of company's works; half interest In store clear, clear over $300 monthly; Interest in manufac- turing $2000; half interest In office business $750; shoe store $3000; gro- cery stores all prices; fruit $175. See PHOENIX, 202 Grant Bids. WALTER PAINTS HOUSES. When you do banking or insurance business you look into ihe responsi- bility of the institution. Why not so when you have your house painted, go to WALTER BROS.. 627 S. Spring. FOR SALE— DRY GOODS BUSINESS", established 9 years; will net $>'<000 a year; will sell at Inventory. This Is first-class. A. H. GREGG & CO.. 715- 716 Bryson blk. Home 0421. FOR SALE— A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at a very low figure. Address BOX 106 Herald. WAREHOUSE, LAUNDRY OR FAC- tory corner, close in; $1000 required. SIDDALL, 208 Copp Bldcr. HOTEL 55 ROOMS; $4000 BUYS lady'o interest; want offer. SID- DALL, 208 Copp Bldg. TEAM, TWO WAGONS AND BUS- iness: make me offer. Apply 423 MOLINE. Telephone Home liOSl. $2000 BONUS AND 0 PER CENT OF- fered for $23,000 building loan. SID- DALL, 208 Copp Bldg. BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE ASK YOUR broker. personal: W^TS^TOU^M^R^Y^TF^'s^JlT'Etr? Matrimonial paper containing hundreds advertisements marriageable people, many rich, mailed free THE CORRES- PONDENT L Toledo. _Ohlo. LADIESr"MARRIED~LADIE~S^SOME- thing new and useful. Agents wanted. Enclose stamp for reply. DR. C. CHARLES, P. O. Box 820, Los An- geles. Cal. PERSONAL— LADIES DESIRING LE- gal and financial advice and assistance can get confidential services experienced lawyer. Address LAWYER, box 87, Her- ald. TROUBLED PERSONS IN REAL OR fancied trouble, legal, financial or do- mestic, may consult reliable attorney free. Address ATTORNEY, box 86, Her- ald. DENTISTS SC^iT I 'i?^VN~DKNTAL'co'.'i ' lvi Is. airing m.— j-auiik'sa :xtr«ctlr>K. nlllng, crown and bridgo work, fiexiM) rubber plates. Pure gold lllllngs, 75c up; all othtr fillings. 6uc up; cleaning teeth. 50c up; gold crowns and bridge work, $2.50 up; aeis teeth. $2.60 up. Alsb open evenings ana Sunday forenoons. VR. Wtt BACHMAK THE WELL- KNOWN MINNEAPOLIS DENTIST, PERMANENTLY LOCATED, 209-210 JOHNSON BLDG., COR. 4TH AND BROADWAY. PHONE 6832 HOME. VRANK STEVENS, S24ft SO. SPRING. WANTED Help— Male HUMMEL BROS. & CO., " . --^EMPLOYMENT AGENTS— A strictly first-class, reliable agency. AH kinds of help promptly furnish.*! Ycur orders solicited. 116-118 East Second street. Between Main and Los Angeles sts. Largest and best equipped oftlces on tne Pacific coast. HUMMEL BROS. & CO.. 116 and 118 E. 2d St. Telephones— Main 509. Home 509. . WANTED— EXPERIENCED WINDOW shade maker, who can also hang shades and give estimates- for con- tract work; steady position; good pay. Apply to supt. at HAMBUR- GERS before 10 a. m. WANTED— IO STRONG, EXPER- ienced delivery boys with wheels; must know city thoroughly and bo over 14 years. Wages $fi per week. Apply to supt. at HAMBURGERS before 10 n. m. SOLICITORS FOR COLLECTION agency: none but hustlers need ap- ply. Call at room 60 HOLLENBECK HOTEL, between the hours of 9:30 and 4 o'clock. WANTED— CARRIERS FOR PAPER routes Must have wheel or horse and cart. Good salary. Apply CIR- CULATION DEPARTMENT, The Her- aid, a, p. m. Help — Female WANTED— SALESWOMAN FOR STA- tlonery; must be experienced and familiar with different grades of pa- per; also stationery supplies. Apply to supt. Nt HAMBURGER'S before 10 a. in. Help — Male and Female , WANTED— IO~CAsTr"BOYS~OR GIRLS over 14 years. Apply to supt. at HAMBURGER'S before 10 a. m. Real Estate Do YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE real estate — lot. house, farm, ranch, business or manufacturing property? ! List with us. We get results, oirhti. attention to business. No deal too small. See us for snaps— for horns- making or investment. A. C. GONDRIN'}. 529 BYRNE BLDG. WANTED-ABOUT 200 ACHES WIRE grass cattle pasture, fenced, between Los Angeles and the ocean. BOX CJiS, Herald office. To Rent WANTED — ~~ ALL OWNERS OF RENTAL PROPERTY TO KNOW THAT WE DO A RENTAL BUSINESS— DON'T WORRY IF YOU WANT A TENANT LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US MINKS « FARISH, »lo SOUTH HILL STREET. To Purchase — Re*- Estate WANT TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT\ Will assume your mortgage and pay $JOO cash down and give lots land In another for your equity; or will give mining stock. Call see" PHOENIX 202 Gra nt Build in g- To Purchase — Miscellaneous WANTED— IOiW OLD I FEATHER JBEDB: highest cash prices paid. Address A. 12. MACK, general delivery. Miscellanecj? WANTED— DEALERS AND PAPF.R- hanprers to write for sample honks <>* burlaps, shades, wallpaper, paints, etc. WALTER BROS.. IL'7 S. Spring. SANITARIUMS —KsT^aT" r HKKiiKKT, ■ SSANITAKIL—^ Massage, electric, tub. vapor, steam bathe. chiropody, manicuring, sca>p treatment, facial massage Zlj'-i \v Flrat Home SSO9. BATHS AND MASSAGE the mitchell" bath "parlors— vapor tub baths and massage, alcohol and oil rubs. 21 SN. MAIN ST.. office 11. Open Sundays. THE BADEN BATHS— STEAM ANU herb baths, electric treatments cure instantly and magnetic treatments. 21S N. MAIN, room 12. BON TON BATH PARLORS— MEDl- catod baths. maKiietlc massage and salt glow; hours 10 to 1J p. m. TiXiV" SOUTH BROADWAY. FOR A FIRST-CLASS, THOROUGH treatment, cull at 220 FRANKLIN ST., room fi. One treatment assures another. SCIENTIFIC AND MAGNETIC MAS- snee. Formerly of 629% S. Broad- way, now located at 7;>2 S. SPUING ST. SULPHUME, VAPOR, ELECTRIC. TUB baihs, massage, chiropody. Formerly 6U'i Spring 701V2 S BDWY, Main 3133 321 SOUTH JUI. Ii— VAPOR AND TUB baihs. massage for colds, rheumatism, nervousness. Open every day. Room 9. MANICURING, MEDICATED VAPOR and tub baths, massase. 24.". 'i S. SPRING ST.. ::d floor, suite- 20. FOR A GOOD TUB OR VAPOR BATH and massage go to 73SVi SOUTH GRAND AYE.; phono 6660. BATHS," FORMERLY 7^iJ~"sO. BROAD- way, removed to Gl2 So. Broadway, R. 10. Electric treatments. FOR FIRST-CLASS HATH AND JIAS- | sage call al 31UV- SOUTH SPRING ST., room Hi. Los A nse 1 es . FROM LONDON.~MANICURING-3:>2 s'. Spring St., room IX, second lloor; select. BATHS — 309 W. TEMPLE ST. ROO.M 2. Phone Home 5076. 445U SO. SPRING ~ST.-SHAMPOOINfT, scalp treatment. TRANSFER AND STORAGE WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. COL- KKAH WAREHOUSE CO., new and fireproof storage; moving, shipping; lowest rates. Carpets steamed cleaned and packed In moth-proof paper. Cash advanced on storage. Office 322 South Main. Phones Main 1117: Home 2164. ATTO RN EY S.AT.LA W MARRIAGE AND PItOUATE^LAWaTA specialty. No tte without success. „ P. MOREY, 521 Stlmson DIU., cor. 3rd anu Spring. Phone 6718. Open evenings. ,'HuKIJi; LAW'S— ADVICE FREE; N'.l fee without success; private. J. H SMITH. IK! VV. Tmrd »t.. Itoom 106, i to (j p m BROKERS R. Wilcox Building, deals in bonds, mort- gages and other first-class securities. Loans negotiated at lowtst market rates. If you wish to lend money on first motgageß 1 can place It for you safely ard lit a fair rate of Interest. Reference: First National Bank, Los Angeles National Bank. mining and assaying assayTng^SJlgiTt "s^hool^now^Tn session. WADE & WADE, 818 East First St. BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASK YOUR broker. '^ PIANOS pIA^Jo^^oTD^N^E^i^Y^ATMENTS^ Pianos rented at low rates. A. Q GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd., US Winston st Tel. Black 2221; Home 8195, LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1905. FOR RENT Houses FOR RENT— I%-STORY COTTAGE ON Griffith aye. car line, 5 rooms, sink In : kitchen; fine shade trees; place for I chickens. BS7 E. JEFFERSON ST. 865 E. 47TH, 6 ROOMS, GRADED ST.; $35 down, $35 monthly buys It. See > OWNER, 445 S. Evergreen, Boyle Heights; 6 rooms. TO LET— 6-ROOM, 2-STO RY HOUSE, $25, including water; 833 Kohler street. THOS. J. HAMPTON, 119 8. Broadway. L. A. R. B. $14, $18, $20. NEW 6, 6-ROOM COT- tages or rentnl and Interest buys you a home. SIDDALL REALTY CO., 20!> Copp Bldg. FOR RENT-5-ROOM PLASTERED cottage in good, clean condition, on Grif- fith aye. car line; sink in kitchen. 887 E. JEFFERSON ST. 1502 E. ADAMS ST.— 6 ROOMS; ALSO 5 rooms $14. SIDDALL, 208 Copp Bldg. _ $14— 5-ROOM"s, CORNER 26TH (E. Adams) and Long Beach aye., and 3 room 3 $10. SIDDALL, 208 Copp Bldg. $13, Sl5, $18 RENTAL NEW COT- tages, or rental and interest buy them. OWNER, 207 Copp Eldg. $25 DOWN, 525 MONTHLY, INCLUD- inc interest, buys $1750 cottages. SIDDALL. 208 Copp Bldg. 1562 EAST ADAMS. 6 ROOMS; Ui monthl y payments buys this; $2750. Furnished Rooms IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THE best place In Los Angeles to room and board, call at 305 3. Bunker Hill: highest elevation in city; a nice, quiet home, newly furnished and homo cooking. Take Angel's Flight, then so two blocks wesr. Rates low for tin- summer. TO LET— KIERNAN TERRACE. 631 W. lth St., above the fog. smoke and noise; running water; neat, clean; all outside rooms; one housekeeping suite; reasonable. Call mornings. P.OOMS TO LET. $4.00. big. single room, steame heat, ! new; Court Terrace. Elevator at 207 N. BROADWAY. JIB— THREE ROOMS, COMPLETELY ftirnibheil: new; housekeeping; in ne-.v building. 21S N. FREMONT. Flats TO LET— MODKRN FLATS— Water Free, $10 — S rooms, 204 N. Fremont. J12 — 3 rooms'. 212 N. Fremont. J12 — 3 rooms. 331 S. Figueroa. *14— 3 rooms. 334 S. Figueroa. furnished IK- -5 rooms. M>l3 W Diamond J16 — 5 rooms. 1016 W. Ist. JK_4 rooms. 912 W. Ist. Jl"— r rooms, 201 N. Fremont, furnished. $18-3 roomi. 218 N. Fremont, furnished WIESENDANGER. '.':U Laughlln Bid. FOlTt RENT-SUNNY FLAT OF SIX large rooms, close In: fras. bath, sta- tionary wash tubs; everything in good a co ndition. Call 521 CROCKER ST. Rooms COURT -TERRACE," 207, N.I BROADWA V ; elevator to top floor; walk through to Court terrace; new management; refur- nished; first class; rooms, suites, apart- ments; steam heat. Ftrn'shed Flats FOR $16 YOU CAN RENT 3 ROOMS, rooms, completely furnished, new, ela- gain; housekeeping; gas ranee, bath, telephone, hot water: close in. :ft4 SOUTH FIGUEROA. $10 unfurnished; alsn 201 NORTH FUBMONT, JlO unfur- nished FOR $14 YOU CAN RENT 3 ROOMS, housekeeping, furnished complete: new, elegant; 2 double beds, gas range, bath, hot water, phone; close in. 21S NORTH FREMONT AYE.. 3?.1 SOUTH FICUE- ■p.OA. 1003 EAST NINTH. VENICE APARTMENTS— UK A I.TIKUL. modern housekeeping apartments, fur- nished new, • elegant, complete, hot water, private bath phone, sun parlor; close In. 13.3 SOUTH HILL ST. APARTMENTS TO LET. 3-room Apartment, $20; 4-room. $25 to $50. Court Terrace. Elevator at 20T N. BROADWAY. Steam heat. Stores and Offices TO LET-SKVERAL BEAUTIFULLY decorated warerooms. each 33x75 feet; well lighted, clean and airy; choice central location. Frcljrht and passenger elevator service. Unusually good quar- ters for wholesale millinery, tailor, jew- eler or any light manufacturing busi- ness. Apply 315-317 SOUTH SPRING STREET PALMISTS AND VcDIUMS JOI Tn SLATER.it rLA^-poijir^^TEST medium, will hold a test seance to- night it 8:15 sharp, New England hall. 1 n:i w. Fifth. Tests, messages and sealed written questions an- swered. Admission 15 cents. Pri- vate readings daily 10 to 4. The Siixnnia. 31S W. Fifth. PROF. TIU PP, PsTcillC MEDIUM, U49 South Hill St., hand, card or clairvoy- ant readings dally, 25c; satisfaction or no pay. Hundreds of pleased patrons. Lectures every Wednesday and Friday PROF. IRA L. GUILFORD. PHRENOL- osi.st. psychic, palmist. Both hands rea-1 this week, 25c, References: A hundred thousand Los Angeles people. Free lee- luru .Monday evening. Brent's hall. Of- _fire, 341 i-b S SPUING. DR~. GREEN.y; CLAIRVOYANT— BUSI- ness medium; satisfaction given; test circles Wednesday evenings. 8 o'clock, >De. Room 16. llUfe S. SPRING ST. MRS. PAR K K K. PALMIST .TnTTcTTaiIT voyant. 33" j SOU SPRING ST. Room 15 PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS ■itrw^TtAU L?ON^ JtIACKLKV £ KNIGHT. PATENTS OBTAINED IN ALL COUN- trles; trademarks and copyrights regis- tered; patent, trademark and copyright suits In all courts. ROOMS 504-f. Mer- chants' Trust Company building. Telo- phones. Home 8191. Sunset Main 9128. HAZARD * HARPHAM, PATENTS. Plonwrs SPRING & STH Book free. PERSONALS A YOUNG .MAN BORN IN SWEDEN wishes to marry a lady, believer of the Psychic services as teacher with the soon erected Psychic university here. I believe in work for the works own sake — and most Just in the line of the unfolding of the soul and in the light of the waking spirit. I believe: "Live not too close to the earth, but always live in tho eternal, the spiritual." I believe "When the human family have unforaed soul-eonsclousness and spirit-realization, than we have no more rich, no more poor, but all wealthy — the true road to social sal- vation." Then, too, the lion and the lamb can probably go together and eat grass on the same meadow. My soul Is longing for to give to my own countrymen a word here an- other there in proportion to their as- similation capacity. I pray and trust in my good friends that my heart's longing and spirit visions will grow into reality. Yours faithfully, THEO. LOENSSON, 755 S. Olive St., city. PHYSICIANS 51C^NLrTtfR^r~CARTER~8UCCES8' fully treat all femaltt diseases and ir- regularities; 20 years' experience: con- lunation free. Hours, it a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to li a. m. 204 MER- CANTILE PLACE, over 543 S. Spring. SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIKS DuTT- Ing confinement; homes for children. DR. C. E. SMITH. 127 Bellsvue aye. Tel. Main 2361 JULIAN MACRAE, ELECTRICIAN- Mental and nervous diseases. 1030 8. HOPE. Home 4004. DR TA^LOR-fIkMALE SPECIALIST and obstetrics. UELASCO THEATER, Main St. I Herald Liners Will Help You | MONEY TO LOAN r^HAVE^IUJN^Y^O^L^^N^Otr*A€L KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CURRENT RATES. JAMES B. THRELKELD, 201 FAY BLDG., 326 W. THIRD ST. TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN Hi, HOME S2T>3 NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW~~RATES for building, or on improved city prorj- erty, or in good outside towns, on A NhW DEFINITE CONTRACT or lim- ited payment plan of Installment pay- ments, interest decreases each month as you pay. STATE MUTUAL BUILD- ING AND LOAN ASS'N., 10 f S. Brdwy. CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED~TO salaried persons on note, without se- curity, -vlthout employer's knowledge and without indorsers; easy payments, positively lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to 5:30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO., 6-8-G29 Chamber ol Commerce bldg. AM AiIUUNT vTFJ FUKMTUUE. pianos, household goods, machinery, etc.. If stored In our new fireproof ware- kouse. Office 122 S. Main. COLYEAR WARKHOUdE CO.. Pnona Main 111/. Home 215!. H. \\. r<lt.MJK.Vl'i;il. JOU W11.111.t BldK., luuu* money on mil .-iiiatr, Mucks and bunda. Iluiliimjj loan* it specialty. MONEY TO LOAN— THOMAS S. WADS- WORTH. 219 & 3JO Douglas bldg., will lend money on city or county real estate. SPECIAL NOTICES ~ WINDOW'SH ADEs! Slightly damaged shades, 2.1 c. Our burlaps are heavier than ot.n- ers and enn b» pasted; 76 Inches (nut 72) natural. 20c; 36 inches dyed. 15c, 4° Inches dyed. 20c; Just the thing for between chair rails. Moldings 2c foot. Best paint, $1.50 per gallon. Big reduction In wall paper. Try our enamels--they make things shine like a mirror. Glazing 'md painting. WALTER BROTHERS, 627 South Spring St. THE MEMBERS OF 5 ESPERANZA chapter No. 167, O. E. 8." are requested to nttend -the funeral of Sister Caroline M. Musaus on Tuesday. October 31, 1905, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the First Congre- gational church on Hope street, between Eighth and Ninth streets. By order of the W. M. W. W. ROBINSON. Secretary pro tern. 60. CaT ,TRANSFER~CO -TKL'N >^ ii'ir end up; general drayage. Tels Main 14--fi: Home /tM 317 W SECOND 3T LOST AND FOUND DoST^P^OIT^F^I^T^Xci^sTTuJLD trame, bifocal lenses. Finder please return to BOX !12, Herald. BICYCLES 342 SECOND HAND V. IMCYCLES wnnted nt VAX E. Ist at. Bring your wlici'lm mill lifi y»nr im»n«*y. FOR SALE Houses YOUR OPPORTUNDTY TO OWN A HOME is here. Let us prove this statement to you by explaining our methods of home payments. We are convinced that we have the most practical a» well as the most economical system by which any one in moderate cir- cumstances may own a home. WESTERN BUILDING CO,. 403 Cliumltrr of Commerce. Home 980. Main 5640. _______ NEW R-ROOM COTTACiE COMPLETELY FURNISHED — 93r>on — Tinted walls and cove ceil- ings, mission fixtures, and other modern appointments. This cottage is located on 41st street, convenient to Moneta avenue car line, and will be sold completely furnished for $3500. Lot 45x145. Terms can be arranged on this property. JONES & RYDER LAND CO., Ground floor, 21S W. Third Street. FOR SALE- Nlce lot on Elwood, $1000; corner lot oa West 39th, $C 00 ..., and many others. $500.00 and up. Hale Realty amd flmivestmeinit Co. 318-319 Pacific Electric bids. SSOO Have some very choice lots off Fig- ueroa; stone entrance gateways: fully Improved: easy terms. SO. CAL. REAL ESTATE INV. CO., Suite 604 Pacific Electric Bldg. 2100 — Both Phones — 2100 FOR~~SALE~S2BOO WIITTpURc'hASE A very handsome 6-room bungalow on West 21st street; polished floors, beamed ceilings, brick fireplace, and other pleas- Ing features. JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 218 W. Third Street. FOR SALE-16-ACRE SUBDIVISION ON Vermont avenue; 87 lots, half mile from Slauson avenue. Well, windmill, tank, etc.; $12,000 worth of Improvements. Here is a chance to make some money. O. H. JONES & CO., 117 8. Broadway: Home 1821; Main 34. FOR SALE- " Let me show you the best 2-story, 7- room house In city for the money. Good location southwest. GEO. M. EASTON, Owner, Home 8359. 107 W. Seventh st. FOR SALE-MODERN AND UP-TO- date cottage on Woodlawn avenue; 6 rooms; convenient to Maple avenue car line; lot 50x142. Price $2800. JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 218 W. Third Street. BOYLE HEIGHTS NEAR 4TH AND Euclid, 6 rooms; finest view; lot level. SIDDALL, 208 Copp Bldg. Houses FOR SALE— ~~~ WESTLAKE RESIDENCES WITH VERY FINE LIVING ROOMS. We have a number of different resi- dences for sale In the Westlake section, somewhat similar In size and construc- tion, houses all containing nine rooms, finely built homes and very fine appear- ing. ABOUT THE~IVINO ROOM. While the living rooms in each of these houses are not exact duplicates, they are so much alike that this one description will give you a correct Idea of all of them. They are finished In an- tique oak, paneled five feet high, with a beautiful wooden frieze; there Is a large circular bay window, very handsome old frold brick mantel, woodwork of which s ornamented with burnt design. Set . In one of the panels of the mantel is a painting of the Santa Barbara Mission, which adds much to the beauty of the mantel; the fixtures are In mission style; a very attractive room and one that would appeal to almost everyone looking for a home. Each of the houses has an oak en- trance, with art and plate glass win- dows; floors downstairs are hard wood, upstairs rock maple; built-in window seats and cozy corners and very fine buffets; beamed ceilings and paneled walls. Grounds are all nicely made up. You will be surprised at the low flguron we can quote you on every one of these residences. The exact locations are, 103i5 Alvarado, 1032 Alvarado, 1148 Mag- nolia, 1144 Magnolia. When you are out today make it a point to go aroun 1 and see these houses. ALTHOUSE BROS., 234 LAUGHLIN BLDG. MAIN 263. . HOME EX. 263. FOR SALE— " ' TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS IF SOLD soon, as owners are leaving the city and properties must be sold at once. One 6-room cottage In Bonnie Brae district, large rooms, modern, first class in every particular, nice home, worth $4000. Can be bought fur considerable less If taken at once. Nice lot 50x125, everything in first class condition and lovely home. Must be seen to be ap- preciated. Also one seven-room cottage with nice lawn In front and all kind.* of fruit in the rear. A lovely home. Can be bought for $2000, easy terms, mortgage on property now for $1200 at 5 pe' cent, balance can be arranged to tiuit purcnaser. Owner is leaving the city and does not want to rent prop- erty, and will give good terms. This Is a nice home and worth more money. Come In and I will show you these properties. J. A. MORI.AN Jt CO., :02 Fay Bldg.. Third and Hill Sts. niJANIJ NEW BUNGALOW. $3000 — This beautiful five-room bungalow Is located near Jefferson and San Pedro sts., nice neighborhood, fine street car service; reception hall has built in seat and hall tree with mirror; beautiful archway between • nail and living room; a very pretty dining room with mission buffet, plate rail, brick mantel. These rooms have the llemlsh oak finish; the kitchen will please the most exact- Ing; nice, pantry with built in cab- inets, etc.; two nice bed rooms and fine bath. We are confident you would be phased with this. .VKHDIIAM & Mc<illK<iOß. 303-4 Fay Building. FOR SALE— EIGHT-ROOM RESIDENCE A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION. On Ocean View avenue, and on the high ground overlooking Westlake park, we have a very attractive 8-room residence, with tinted walls and cove cell- * ings, brick mantel and fire- place, and other attractive feat- ures Price $6500; terms could be arranged. JONES & RYDER LAND CO.. Ground floor, 21S W. Third Street. FOR SALE— large; lot am. improvements in St:;r,o only &•!."(> This large lot, 50x185 to alley. Is only 15 minute 3 from the business center on the Long Beach electric line, and is on graded street with cement side- walks, etc. For a few days we are offering this lot at $350; $25 down and $10 monthly. JONES A; RYDER LAND CO., Ground floor, 21S \V. Third Street. COTTAGES FOR SALE. $1650— 4-room and bath. Melrose City Boundary Tract; $250 cash, balance like rent, j $1550— 4-room and bath. sSth street, near Moneta. $350 cash, balance easy. $1950— Cor. Figueroa and 58th. $450 cash, balance on terms. the McCarthy company, 203 N. Broadway. Phones: Home 8737—29171—29108. FOR A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE IS OUR FIGURE. Anything else you want at th» same proportion. Let us have a chance to figure on your house. We will fur- nish your plans and make a house that will suit you. We are pleased to refer to any one for whom we have bulldcd, for wo leavo them our friends. We can furnish you the money if you wish. Drop In and talk It over with us. INGLEHAHT BUILDING CO.. Homo I- hone 7666. 713 8. Broadway. SNAPS. SNAPS. WILL SACRIFICE $300 TO GET' CASH. 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE; LOT 10x160 TO ALLEY, NORTH OF 14TH AND WEST OF AND CLOSE TO CENTRAL AVENUE. PRICK FOR A FEW DAYS $2700; WORTH AT LEAST $3000. R. E. IBBETSON & CO., 316 TRUST BLDG. FOR SALE— NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE, lot 60x150, good location, two blocks from car line. Price $2350; $300 cash, balance monthly. New 5-room cottage, modern, lot 40x 135, % block from car line. Price $1600; $200 cash, $20 per month. DEVENS A LAWRENCE. 227 Laugblln Bids., 315 S. IJdway. Home Phone 8321. FOR SALE— —$1,500- A good 4-room cottage like this is hard to find for the price of a lot, but this is located in the southwest and Is surrounded by fine homes. Lot Ik 50x140; large barn, gas and electricity. *R. A. BURTON REALTY CO. 410-418 . Laughlln Bldg. FOR SALE— A SNAFI t We will build you a neat 6-room cot- tage or bunsralow, with the best por- celain plumblntr, tinted walls, pol- ished floors, china closet, cement walks and lighting fixtures for ONLY $1000— CASH OR INSTAL- MENTS. WHITINO. THOMPSON & CO.. Home phone 1076. 238 Byrne Bld«. FOIt SALE-A SNAP-SIX LARGE room cottage on Thirtieth street, close to Maple avenue; lot 60x130; ar- ranged for two families; very cheap and good terms, or will trade for good vacant lots or small ranch near Glen- dale. COOPER & CUDDEBACK. 218 S. Broadway. Room 237. for~Bale^on^wel"Come""street we have an 8-room house for $2000; $500 down and $25 monthly; plastered and papered: modern plumbing; lot 50x135. JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 218 Weat Third Street. FOIi SALE— BY OWNER, WHO 13 leaving city, strictly modern, five-room cottage, all improved, near university. A bargain If taken at once. See owner, 703 W. 3STH ST. NO PAYMENT EXCEPT $25 DOWN, $26 monthly buys $1750 cottage. OWNER, 207 Copp Bldg. ; ALVARADO ST., $2200; HALF CASH, 6 rooms; healthiest, high location. SIDDALL, 208 Copp Bid.:. FOR Jc!_L~- \~L~~ Houes \\ $1600 TO $3000 COTTAGES, CASH! OR Eayments. Agents reg. com. 3D- •ALL, 208 Copp Big. \ ADAMS ST., $2IIoH HALF CASH 6 rooms, modern; Morth $2750. St)- DALL_2OB Copp Bdg. ■ \ 1568E;~ADAMS'"sT.| 6~ROOMS, MOJ- ern; $2750; $33 down. SIDDALI^ 2*B Copp Bldg. | I Flats FOR SALE- SIX modern flat building oi West First street; Incomo $12 per month: price $13,000; mort gage $6500, 6 per cent. Four four-room flats, south west corner of Fifteenth an Griffith; abundance of room o: lot for additional building price $10,000. THOS. J. lIAMFTON, 110 S. Brondvy. 1.. A. R. B. City Lots and Lands FOR SALE— THE NEW CAR LINE. ] ON WESTERN AYE. IS BUILDING. COME OUT AND SEE FOI YOURSELF. Thin Is the last call on prea ent prices In this locality. Th tide of higher values is rislni and now is the time to act Acreage is selling at prices tha makes our lots cheaper nropor tlonately than acreage. For In stance, we can sell you lots li our Melrose Aye. Tract, wlti street improvements, for onl! $400. The adjoining acreage ha sold for $1300 per acre. We coul only get 4V4 lots to the acr< which nt $1300 per acre Is i ground cost of $290 per lot. Th street improvements will In crease the wholesale cost to $39 per lot at least. Do you thlnl the owners of that acreage wl! ever sell a lot for $400 and o| easy terms? NOT MUCH! Bu we will right now, if you hurry Remember our war cry "Buy il the Western Aye. Section, be tween Hollywood and Wllshlrj Boulevard " Take the Colegrovi car to Western Aye., where ou branch office Is located, and wt will show you the place when your dollars will b« safer anl more active than In any othe section of Los Angeles; nnd t only requires a few of them 0 make a deal. COME OUT TODAY. CHAS S MANN. 325 W. Fourth St. Home Phone 4171. Sunset Main 1653. Branch Office. Western Aye. and Colegrove car line. H. D. Canne, Mgr. Home Phone 59.153. VermidDini IPaiflk Ver__(D)niidlsiDs The tracts that are sure to tr*!e In value inside of one year; hundrids r.f houses being erected: best soil, nirest water; best car service and nearest In property fot the money In Great«r Los Angeles. We can sell choice lots it $r>o and up on easy installments. What we have done for hnn-iredi of others we will do for you. Before buying take East 12th street and Hoo- per avenue cars south on Spring street to 46th and Ascot aye or 51st and Ascot aye Agents there nt all times Office open Sundays Headquarters for Ver- non real estate For maps and full In- formation see 225 W. SECOND ST. SITUATED WHERE MEN MUST LIVE. REES-MONT TRACT, THE RICH CREAM OF THE LAST CLOSE-IN SUBDIVISION ON BROOKLYN AYE.. OPPOSITE CUMMINGS STREET. TWELVE MIN- UTES' RIDE. STREETS GRADED AND GRAVELED, CKMKNT WALKS, CITY WATER, GAS AND ELEC- TRICITY. • lots $750 and up. easy"terms. CHAS. McKENZIB CO., 409 H. W. HELLMAN BLDG. MEMBERS L. A. R. B. MAIN 5561, HOME 3962. Buy in Boyle Heights Where it's nice, high and healthful; large lots 50x150 from $150 up; terms very easy, between 2 car lines. 5 cent fare; the best buy for a homo or in- vestment. The Greater Los Amgeles Realty Co. 433 Huntington Bldg. FOR SALE— S. BONNIE BRAE, LIKE rent; $3000; $150 cash, $20 per mo., for modern 5-room cottage, close to car line; lot 50x130. Sco us quick about this. Winfield and Burlington aye. homes, tha choice residence district, 6, 8, 9-room houses from $3500 up to $6500, with large lots. See us about this Burlington cor- ner. 135x182; $100 Income. LOS ANGELES REALTY CO., 414 Bryson Block. FOR SALE— LOTS $500 TO $1500; EASY terms, in the beautiful new tract, "L.E MOYNE TERRACES," The most picturesque location In tho city: on the slope and crest of the Highland View hills. Just west of Pasadena aye. and south of Highland Park; fine air, magnificent views; $2500 building restrictions. Buy now and take your pick of lots. L. 31. PRATT, 608 Laughlln bldg. Member L. A. Realty Board. CHOICE LOT IN SOUTHWEST Close to Vermont avenue, 60x184. Price $200. Will be sold on terms to suit. Nice lot for homo people; big enough for chickens, cow and garden. Water piped; two electric lines. See it today. KMII< FIRTH, Owner, 411-417 I.uiiklillu Bldg., 315 S. Bdway. " LA PARK. TRACT. LOTS S3OO TO 9500. The Very Safeat Investment. ..Property advancing every day In this ■cc on. ROS9 A LiNDSEY, 814 H. W. Hellman Bid*. Phonea Home 76(12. Main 483 X FOR SALE-FOR $26,000, SUBDIVISION of 15 acres, 87 lots, on S. Vermont aye.. half mile south of Slauson, with well, windmill, etc.; $12,000 of improvements. Everything goes this way, In the city's o'. 0 fi re jONES & CO., 117 So. Broadway. Home 1821. DO YOU WANT TO BUILD YOUR home? Call and see us for lots. We have plenty of them, in all parts of the city, at all kinds of prices. You will find bargains here. GREISCH & MILLER, 545 S. Spring. 1666 BAST ADAMS, FINE LOTV 6 rooms; $2760; only »36 down. SID- DA_U 208 Copp Bldsr. ;.•.;.:,; .•.;.:, I FOR BALB City Lots and Lands FOR SALE- CHOICE LARGE LOTS $20 AND $10 $20 AND $10 $20 AND $10 6 PER CENT INTEREST. $20 AND $10 $20 AND $10 $20 AND $10 STRONG & DICKINSON'S BEAUTIFUL SOUTH HOLLYWOOD TRACT NO. 1 TRACT JUST OPENED GET BUSY/ BUY' ON GROUND FLOOR PRICES 50 FOOT LOTS $275 $325 $450 $500 PRICES WILL BE ADVANCED SOON. FIRST-CLASS STREET WORK INCLUDED IN ABOVE PRICES. ABUNDANCE OF WATER. INVESTIGATE AT ONCE. TAKE COLEGROVE CAR ON 4TH AND BROADWAY, GET OFF AT OUR OFFICE, COR. MOUNTAIN VIEW AVENUE AND SANTA MONICA AVENUE AGENT ON TRACT OR CALL AND SEE FRANK D. EDIE, MANAGER OF TRACT. PHONE 1273 135 S. BROADWAY FOR STRONG & DICKINSON. FOR SALE— CHEAP LOTS. *" $350 — Fedora, near 11th St. $500 each, 2 lots, 11th near Santa Fe. — $500 — $100 cash, 50-ft. lot near Bridge, and Brooklyn. $550 — 50x150; Aye. 39, near Pasa- dena aye. $700 — 40x120 to an alley. Brent near Temple. $750 — 45x100, Bartlett, near Centen- nial, jgoo — $200 cash; 40x140, Toluca, near Ist st. $850 — 50x142, Wail near 40th. $850 — 50x128, Normandie near Wash- ington; high ground, east front. $900 — 50x142; Woodlawn near 42d. $1000 — 50x135; near 20th and La Sails. W. H. OBEAR, 401-2 O. T. Johnson Bldg. QUICK MONEY M.VKEH. *14.2.-,O— 3S LOTH IN ONE HI.OCX. One block to South Park aye. cars; cement walks from car line to every lot. Streets graded and oiled, all paid for; water mains laid and water connection pipes in. BEST BUY ON THE MARKET. See owner, room 311, 218 S. Bdway. APARTMENT HOUSE LOT, W. 61 H Rt. : $5000 or $15,000 required. SID- DALL. 208 Copp Bldg.: also close In warehouse corner, $1500 required. Business Property FOR SALE— THE BEST CORNER ON Faffttfln Sitreett between tho Arcade depot and Main street. If you are looking for some- thing in this location It will pay you to call in and consult me. WILL Phone 6921. 304 Mason Bldg. — WE SELL THE EARTH— -BASSETT~& SMITH- S 924 INCOME FOR YEAR $ 8,500 $l'-'OO INCOME FOR YEAR $10,000 $2052 INCOME FOR YEAR $26,000 $'7SO INCOME FOR YEAR $30,000 $6552 INCOME FOR YEAR $50,000 BASSETT & SMITH, L. A. R. B. 202% So. Broadwey, Rooms 207-8 FOR SALE— CORNER ON FIRST street, 50x120. Price $40,000. Build- ings on the property at present bringing good income, but this prop- erty will double in value this coming: year< THOS. J. HAMPTON, HO S. Brouilwny. L. A. 11. B. FOR SALE— NO MISREPRESENTATION. $3600 We have three acres fronting on Figueroa St., will cut into 24 lots. Come quick If you want to buy. FINIiEY & NORRIS. Ground Uoor, 341 S. Hill ««. SAN PEDRO ST. CORNEH. The northeast corner of Eleventh and San Pedro st 3. 31. L. McKEEVER, (Ground floor) 223 W. Second St. FOR SALE— BUSINESS PROPERTY— Improved and paying 8 per cent. Un- usually good opportunity to invest small capital of $15.01)0 in property paying per- manently 8 per cent on present invest- ment, but will grow into much largo value In near future. Occupied by manu- facturing concern which is permanent and will take long lease. SMITH & ASTON, 226 Laughlln Bldg. WAREHOUSE, LAUNDRY OR FAC- tory corner, close In; $lnoo required. , SIDDALL, 208 Copp Bldg.; also 80- ft. lot close in for fiats; $5000 re- quired. BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASK YOUR bnker. __. Country Property FOR SALE — DO YOU WANT TO BE known as "Mr. New Rich"? .If so, come in and take advantage of a phenomenal offer on some Tulare county land; a country where alfalfa grows higher than your head. The party who owns this land must have money this week and is going to make a sacrifice that will startle you when you ask the price. BROWN & WOODS, 317 Fay. A GREAT SNAP* " Twenty-five acres, about twelvs miles from Los Angeles; eighteen acres In fuil-bearing vineyard, bal- ance apricots and prunes; good twelve-inch well. Price only $3500. terms, for a few days. COOPF.II ■£ CCDDEBACK, 21S South Broadway, Room 237. FOR SALE— ~ J"~ $250 per acre, 14 acres soft shell walnuts 3 years old. $700 per acre 13 1-3 acres soft shell . walnuts 8 years old. Will net $1500 this year. A. H. GREGG & CO., 715-710 Bryon Block. FOR SALE — $5000; AT ALTADENA, 5 acres, finely located near handsome homes; all in full bearing oranges In best condition; or will sell 10 acres for $10,000. L. M. PRATT, 608 Laugh- lin Bldg. Member L. A. Realty Board. FOR SALE- " ~ " ~" Choice vineyard, fruit and alfalfa lands in famous Modesto-Turlock irriga- tion district our specialty: prices low. e °MODESTO LAND COMPANY, , . 123 South Broadway. ORANGE GROVES— If you are looking for a 10-acre Valen- cia orange orchard that will pay 40 por cent per year on the Investment, see A. H. GREGG & CO., Home 6421. 715-716 Bryson Block. FOR SALE-ALL, tUNDS OF STOCK ranches, large and small, with or without stock. COOPER & CUDDEBACK. Room 231. . 218 South Broadway. FOR ALTADENA ACREAGE SEE L. SI. I'RATT, 608 Laughlin bids:.