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T-OS ANGELES, Cal^_Nov. 10. IWS^
fimen'BarTTTh. | B.lt.7W»nd|Val|W»tlw
Ra.m.l an.tw I Ks I R8 I NH I 4 I Clear.
B p.m. | BO.M I W» I M I W I 7 I Clear.
Maximum temperature, 77.
Minimum temperaturp, M.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 10. -The r.rc«
pure continues hlßh over the western half
of thf» country. Southeast winds ore
reported from tho mouth of the Columbia
river northward, ami conditions are be
romlnpt favnrahle for rnln alonn the const,
but probably not as fur south as San
Hnln'tn now fnlllnMt "n the Washington
roust. This Is the first rain on the north
ern coast since. November 4.
A maximum wind nf at miles per hour
from tho southeast Is reported at North
Irfis Angelo* nnd vicinity— Fair Satur
day, light north wind.
BPBJARtNO-ÜBMER— Joseph SpenrlnK,
28, nntlvo of England and resident of
Los Angeles, and Sara Homer, 2S, im-
tlvo of Michigan and resident of Los
OKEfcJN-GKVIN— Chnrlpn flreen, 26, nn-
tivc of Illlnol* and resident of Lou An-
(tolps, and Aliiude Uevln, 20, native of
Illinois and resident of Los AnKolrs.
LKVITT-OORDON— Isaac S. Levitt, 21,
nntlve of Russia nnd resident of LO.l
Angeles, and Hosslp Clonlon. 21, native
of Russia nnd resident of Los Angeles.
WALTER-TllOMlLY— rharie* IT. Wal-
ter. SH. nntivo oC Now York and resi-
dent of Coleßrove, nnd Lizzie W. Tnom-
lly, 43, native of Ohio nnd resident of.
BELCHKII-EOKHAnrvr-Royal F. Bel-
cher, 22, native, nf Montnna and resident
nf Lns Angeles, nnd Alma K. Eckhnrdt.
'Z2, native ot Illinois and resldont of
BOUDKR-FUNK— Jnko Bonder. 26, native
of Nebraska and resident of Santa Ann,
and Ethel L. Funk, 23. native of Mlchl-
Igan and resident of Santa Ana.
RIDOEWAY-KIELDS— Robert C, Rlrt*C-
wnv, 22, native or Texas and resident of
Los Angeles, and T'hnphe M. Flolds. IR.
nntlve of Massachusetts and resident of
Ca'rTER-OSTRANDER — Raymond B.
Carter, 20, native of Illinois and resident
nf Covlna. and Hattlp M. Ostrander, 17.
nntlve of Minnesota, and resident of
BROWN-MERCHANT— Harry O. Brown,
22, native of Massachusetts and resident
nf Long Beach, and Lela C. Merchant;
21, nativo ot Texas and resident of
VALDEZ-ORVELAS— TTrsuIo Vnldez, 25.
native of Mexico nnd resident of Lou
Angeles, nnd Sara. Orvelas, lit. native of
Mexico and resident of Los Angeles.
Peek & Chase Co., undertakers nnd
embalmers: lady assistants. 433 S. Hill.
Tel. Main 61.
BRESEE BROS. COT MA y£ p2p 2 ? 2 ONE
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
I>ady assistant attends 1 1 M n C DT A It* CD C
Ladies and children. UIMUtH I AKEHb
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
Funeral directors, 810-812 S. Flower street.
Our lady undertaker. Miss Elizabeth
Thompson, in attendance for women and
children day or night. Phone Main 1827;
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
UNDERTAKERS, have removed to 1031
S. Grand avenue. Phones — Main 403;
Benjamin Fay Mills, the permanent
minister, will speak in Blanchard Imll
at 11 o'clock on "Walt Whitman, tho
Greatest American Poet." Music l>y Misa
Welen Tappe, soprano; W. D. Phillips,
tenor, and Alfred E. Walper, violinist.
All seats free to all. Mrs. Mills' class
meets at Music room, 1!32 South Hill
street, at 9:53 sharp, studying "The Sim-
ple Life and Social Service." Children's
church at Music room at H. Sunday
school at Fellowship house. 420 West
Sixth street, at 9:30, studying "Reliabil-
st! PAUL'S PRO- CATHEDRA L— 523
South Olive street (the Episcopal
church nearest the leading hotels) —
The Rev, J. J. ■Wilkins, D. D.. dean
and lector. Services 7:30, 9:30 and
II a. m.; 7:30 p. m. Young People's
meeting Guild hall fi:4.i p. m. Tho
rector will preach. Subjects: morn-
ing, "After Death, What?" concluded:
evening, "God the All in All."
Strangers cordially welcome. Room
for ail sorts and conditions of men.
The rich and the poor meet together.
"The Lord is tho Maker of them all."
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH*.
Hope street, near Ninth. Scats free.
Rev. William Horace Day, pastor. Key.
Warren F. Day. I>. D., pastor emeritus.
Mr. Harry Clifford Lott, choir muster.
Mr. Walter F. Skeele. organist. Morn-
Ing service, 11 o'clock; the pastor will
preach on "Jesus In the Highway";
evening service, 7:30 o'clock; Mrs. Mar-
garet Bottome, founder of the King's
Daughters, will Rpeak; King's Daughters
JMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
—Corner of Tenth and Flgueroa streeta,
Rev. Hugh K. Walker, D. D.. the pastor,
will preach tomorrow at 11:00 a. m. and
at 7:30 p. m. Suhjects: Morning, "The
City That Cannot Be Hid"; evening.
"The Creation nf a New Order of
Knighthood"; with a tributo to Sir
George Williams, the founder of tlie
Y. M. C. A. Tho chorus choir will assist
in the evening service.
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH-ROBERT
J. Burdette, pustor. Worshiping in
Masonic hall. Hill street, between
Fourth and Fifth. Divine service at
11 and 7:30. Topic of morning sermon,
"Mother and Son." Evening sermon
"What's In a Name?" A most cordial
invitation Is extended to all persons to
worship with us.
OLEN^ROCK MOUNTAIN SPRING WA~-
TER IS A REMARKABLY PUKE
WATER. AS A TABLE WATER I
CONSIDER IT ONE OF THE WEST ON
THE MARKET. LAIRD J. STABLKH,
CHEMIST. U. S. C. INDORSED AND
RECOMMENDKD BY PHYSICIANS. 0-
GALLON, 3U CENTS. MAIN OFFICE
SUN DRUG CO. NO. 3 DEANS'. BOTH
PHONES RKO. THESE SPRINGS,
WITH AN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS.
ARE FOR SALE OR LEASE. SEE
BURKE BROS.. 4M S. SPUING ST.. Oft
ADDRESS W. C. WEAVER. OWNKII,
HIGHLAND PARK, CAL. PHONE
FOR HALE— MODERN 7-ROOM TWO-
story house 011 Pleasant avenue for
$i) 500; lot 40x100, and beautifully
located, whero you have a command-
ing view of the entlru city. JUNES
Jfc RYDER LAND CO., 218 W. Third
JUST LIKE HANKING— ANY ORDERS
for decorating ur house painting en-
trusted to our care will relievo you of
much anxiety. Try us. Work and
prices guaranteed. WALTER BROS.,
ti:'7 S. Spring Bt.
FOR BALE— A" SCHOLA RS FiTpTn" THE
Los Angeles College of Flue Arts, at
a very low figure. Address BOX luG
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE ASK YOUR
MARRIAGE LAWS, ESTATES SET-
TLED, COLLECTIONS MADE, QI'IET
AND CONFIDENTIAL. 01-KN KVKKY
EVENING. K. HAHDKHTY, ItOOMS
\, a, 3, lUuMs SOUTH SPRING.
MARRIAGE AND PKOBATiS LAWS A
specialty. No lee without success. K. P.
MOHBI, &U Btlmson blk., cor. 3rd and
Bprlng. Phone 8718. Open evenings.
.jiVUHCK LAWS— ADVIUH FKEB: NO
fea without success; private. J. U
BMITII, 122 W. M'tUTd St.. ltuom 108, i
to t p m.
843 SECONIi HANII lIICYCLE*
wanted at 343 1:. l»« «i. llrlue your
nbecls Mi 4 vet jour mom-,.
HUMMEL BROS. A CO.,
A strictly first-clan*, reliable nirency.
All kinds of help promptly furnish..*!
Your orders solicited.
116-11* East Beconrl street.
Between Main and Los Angeles its.
Largest and best equipped offices on
tha Pacific coast.
hummel nnos. ft co.,
110 and lift K. ad Bt,
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY
mm good lneomr> corresponding for
newspapers; experience unnecessary.
Send for partlculnrs. PRESS SYNDI-
CATE, Lockport, N. Y.
W ANT EH - RE(!lSt"eß~e7> PTIARMA-
rIst to work In drug ntore near Los An-
fieles. Address, rnrp. of Herald office,
WANTKD-SITKAfToN AS BAIIHER;
fifteen experience. In or out of town. A.
SMITH. BIK UlfflH st.
AOENTH WANTED FOR OPR RANCH
man's 8 tools In nnr; send for cut nnrl
lirlreo, or cnll nt :«7 Hnurhet street,
THOMAS KOUTK CO., Los Angplfs. Cnl.
WANTED-slS.nno AT fi PER CENT NET
for 3 years on first mmtgußO sucurlty on
iiKjomo bearing real estate, situated
close to retail center. BLACK BROS.,
Jigtuts, 000 Braly Hldg.
„ Real Estate
DO YOU WANT TO
BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE
real estate — lot, house, farm, ranch,
business or manufacturing property?
Llsl with us. We get results. Strict
attention to business. No deal too
small. See us for miaps — for home-
making or investment.
A. C. GONDRINO,
629 BYRNE BLDO.
WANTED-ABOUT 200 ACRES WIRE
grass cattle pasture, fenced, between Los
Angeles and the ocean. BOX 3:6, Herald
WANTED— ~ ' ~~~ '
■ ALL OWNERS
——OF RENTAL PROPERTY
—TO KNOW THAT WB—
—DO A RENTAL BUSINESS —
—IF YOU WANT A TENANT—
—LIST YOUR PROPERTY—
MINES A FAIUMH,
lit SOUTH HILL STREET.
A smnll hnrnr, also n lleht
rl«. Price niiisl be very ren-
■onnhlr. Cnll or phono.
ROSS A LANEHART,
WANTED— DEALERS AND PAPEIT
hangers to write for sample books of
burlaps, shades, wallpaper, paints, etc.
WALTER BROS., 627 S. Spring.
WANTED-IOdO OLD FEATHER BEDS;
highest cash price paid. Address A. B.
MACK, general delivery.
WANTED-A SAND OVEN; MUST BE
in good condition and cheap. E. C,
BAXTER. Sawtelle. Call.
PATENTS AND PATENT RIGHTS
TOWNSIJND, LYON, SACKLiify? 2
PATENTS OBTAINED IN ALL COUN-
trles; trademarks and copyrights regis-
tered; patent, trademark and copyright
suits in all courts. ROOMS 504-7, Mer-
chants' Trust Company building. Telo-
phones. Home 8191. Sunset Main 9128.
PATENTS-I FURNISH MY CLIENTS
with copies of all correspondence had In
their cases (except foreign); I also fur-
nish free of cha-ge complete copies of
drawings and specifications: retain this
for future reference. JAMES R. TO\VN-
SEND, Bradbury Block Phones 347.
HAZARD & HARPHAM, PATENTS.
Pioneers SPRING & STH. Book " free.
PALMISTS AND MtUIUMS
ness medium; satisfaction given; test
circles Wednesday evenings, 8 o'clock,
25c. Room 16, 119V4 S. SPRING ST.
MRS. PARKER, PALMIST .iND CLAlR-
voyant. 32SH SOU SPRING ST. Room 15
MINING AND ASSAYING
ASSAYING NIGHT SCHOOL— NOW IN
session. WADE & WADE, 318 East
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASIC YOUR
DR. AND Tiißar~CAßTKß~ifucCE3i^
fully treat all female diseases and Ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
sultation free. Hours, U a, m. to 8 p.
J?IV, BB n Unday8 V W~toW ~ t0 Ua. m. 204 MER-
CANTILE PLACE, over M 3 S. Spring.
SOUTHERN HOME~~FOR LADIES DJJS
ins confinement; homes for children.
Dfi. C. E. SMITH. W Bellevua ava.
Tel, Main 2364.
JULIAN MACRAE^ ELECTRICIAN-
Mental and nervous diseases. 1030 S.
HOPE. Home 4004.
DR. TAYLOR— FIiMALE~SPECIALIST
and obstetrics. BELASCO TWEATEK,
PIANOS SOLD ON^EaJyT^AYMENTS^
Pianos rented at low rates. A. G.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE, Ltd., US
Winston at. Tal. Black 2221: Home 31M.
BUNDA^^AF*TIORNOON] 3 O^CLOCK
sharp, Prof. Howard Carleton Trlpp,
the. cclclirui.-il lecturer, will Kneulc at
!U!I South Hill on "Psychology In
Everyday Life.'! Heads examined
free. All welcome. No admission.
tut this out and come.
Kolli-e ol I In- Annual Meeting of tbe
The annual meeting of the. stock-
holders of tho Provident Mutual Build-
ing Loan association will bo held at
the office of tho association, 135 South
Broadway, Loh Angeles, Cal., on Tues-
day, tho 21st day of November, l»05, i(,t
7:30 o'clock, In the evening, for tiiu
purpose of electing directors and for
the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the meet-
lrg. By order of
L. W. BLINN. President.
J. M. HITNTEH. Secretary.
IW JN. Spring St.— Ptunlev* extracting
lining, crown and bride* work, tlaxlbli
rubber plates. Pure gold flllinifs. TSo
Up; all other filling*. 000 up; cleaning
tteth, 600 up; gold crowns and brldg*
work, $2.60 up; sets teeth, 12.60 up. Also
open evenings and Bunday forenoons.
DR. WE ifACHMAN, THE WELL-
KNOWN MINNEAPOLIS DENTIST,
PERMANENTLY LOCATED. 209-210
JOHNSON BLDG., COR. 4TH AND
JHJOADWAY^ PHONE liii 32 HOME.
fUANK STttVffiNlTutti SO. HPRINU
LOS ANGELES HERALDI SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER it, 1905.
Rl^Knntly furnished npnrtm^nt* ot
2, ,1 nnd 4 room*, strictly first clnna
family npartmont hmme, und*r new
management. Newly furnished, com-
manding view of tho city. Tak«
elevator nt 207 North Tiroadwny to
top Moor, ro through to second build-
ing and tfie
MRS. 8. VAN HOUBEN,
IF YOU ARB LOOKING FOR TUB
best placs In Los Anacles to room
•nd board, call nt 106 B. Bunker Hill;
highest elevation In city; a nico. quiet
home, newly furnished and home
eooklns. Taka Angel's Flight, then
to two blooks west. Rates low for
TO LET— MODERN FLATS— WATEK
$10 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
$12 — 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
$12—3 rooms, 334 S. Flijneron.
914 — 3 room*, 334 S. Flgueroa., fur-
Jl«— s rooms, 1013 W. Diamond.
SIR — 6 rooms, 1016 W. Ist.
ilfl— 4 rooms. 912 W. Ist.
$16—3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, fur-
$18—3 rooms, 218 N. Fremont, fur-
WIKfIRNPANnK-n, 221 Lnughlln BM,
Stores and Offices
TO LET-SEVERAL BEAUTIFULLY
decorated warerooms, each 33x76 feet;
welt lighted, clean and airy; choice
central location. Frrlg:ht nnd pnssengor
elevator service. Unusually good quar-
ters for wholesale millinery, tnllor, Jew-
eler or nny lleht manufacturing buM-
ness. Apply 845-347 SOUTH SPRING
Masauge, electric, tub, vapor, staa.m
baths, chiropody, manicuring, acala
treatment, facial massage. 220% VV.
First. Homo KM.
BATHB AND MASSAGE
TVOO PALATIAL BATTIS~I27^ n"
BROADWAY. Baths, massage nnd
electric blanket treatments. Hours, 10 a.
m. to 12 p. m. Assistant wanted.
ELECTRf(TINBT7TrTE. 220 FRANKLIN
street, Including baths, massage nnd
electrlo blanket Hweats for rheumatism,
npurallga and stomach troubles.
FOR SALE— CHEAP— BATH AND MAS-
HfIRC pnrlors doing good business, or will
rent furnished to responsible parties.
Landlady, 752 South Spring.
THE MITCHELL BATH PARLORS—
vapor tub baths and massage, alcohol
and oil rubs. 218 N. MAIN ST., office
11. Open Sundays.
FOR FIRST-CLASS PATHS AND
magnetic massage cnll nt 316V4 SOUTH
SPRING ST., room 16. Hours, 9 a. m.
to 10 p. m.
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS— NO SUN-
day treatment; office hours, 9 to 9.
223 W. SECOND ST., rooms 213-215.
SULPHUME. VAPOR, ELECTRIC, TUB
baths, massage, chiropody. Formerly
61SV4 Spring. 701V4 S. BDWY. Main 3133.
321 SOUTH HILL— VAPOR AND TUB
baths, massago for colds, rheumatism,
nervousness. Open every day. Room 9.
SCIENTIFIC BATHS, MASSAGE, NEW
attendant, salt glow oil rubs. Hours D
to 12 p. m. 703V4 S. Broadway.
FOR A GOOD TUB OR VAPOR BATH
and massage go to 738V4 SOUTH
GRAND AYE.; phone 6660.
FROM LONDON, MANICURING AND
massage. 322 S. Spring St., room 18,
second floor; select.
BATHS, FORMERLY 720 SO. BROAD-
way, removed to 612 So. Broadway, R.
10. Eloctrio treatments.
BATHS— 3O9 W. TEMPLE ST. ROOM
2. Phone Home 6076.
MONEY TO LOAN
KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN
SUMS TO BUIT AT CURRENT
JAMES B. THRELKELD,
201 FAY BLDG., 326 W. THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE: SUNSET MAIN 493.
NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, 'vlthout employer's knowledge
and without lndorsers; easy payments,
positively lowest rates. Hours 1U:3O to
6:30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.,
6^B-629 Chamber ot Commerce bldg.
ANY AMOUNT ON FURNITURE,
pianos, household goods, machinery,
etc.. If stored in our new fireproof ware-
house. Office 122 B. Main. COLYEAB
WAREHOUSE CO., Phone Main UJ/.
Home 21M. ' ■• ■
K. \V. PUINUUXTEn, -.OU WII.COX
Bldjf.| loans iuoovjt oa real ««tiit«s
■stocks and bonds. Building loans a
MONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 319 & 320 Douglas bldg., will
lend money on city or county real estate.
Wllcox 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 motgages I can place it for you
safely and at a fair rate of Interest.
Reference: First National Bank. Los
Angeles National Bank.
TRANSFER AND BTORAGE
COLYEAR WAREHOUSE CO.,
413-417-419 San Pedro St.
Main office 324 South Main
Phones Main 1117, Home 2154. New and
absolutely fire proof storage; private
locked rooms for brlc-a-brac, pianos,
tine furniture, etc. Trunks, boxes, etc.,
stored, 2uc to 000 per month. We solicit
WINDOW BHADESr" "° '" '^^^
BUghtly damaged shades, 2Sc.
Our burlaps are heavier than otn-
ers and can be pasted; 76 inches (not
72) natural, 20c; 36 Inches dyed, 16c;
40 Inches dyed, 20c; just the thing for
between chair rails. Moldings 2o
Best paint, $1.60 per gallon.
Big reduction in wall paper.
Try our enamels — they make things
shine like a mirror.
Glazing and painting.
627 South Spring St.
FREES ADMISSION AND FREE TESTS
TONIGHT— 94!) South Hill, "Beauty:
How to Attain It," a lecture by Prof.
Howard Carleton Trlpp. Heads exam-
ined free. All welcome.
FINK WALL PAPER AND FRI2BCO
cleaning; old papers cleaned to look like
new; satisfaction guaranteed. "Some-
thing new." R. d, CARRIES, The York,
Second und Main.
WATCUES CLEANED Bo<\ MAIN
springs fiOc. Warranted. Buy old gold,
$1.00 pennyweight. 451 SOUTH MAIN.
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASK YOUR
LOST AND FOUND
u)sr^noiiSKSnoS~sr\ rk imn. quo-
ver leaf or pearls In center; at Mason
opera house or In near vicinity, Thurs-
day evening; suitable reward. J. A.
I'nltTllMANN, JR., cure Los Angeles
LOST-A MINERS TIOLD STICK PIN:
a combination pick, shovel, gold pan
locker, etc. Dropped In front or In
corridor of city Jtill. Finder leave with
matron of city Jail and receive reward.
Everything you want you will nnd in
the classified page— a modern •ucjclo-
psdis, Oa* cant a word, J
t The Fact That Herald f
I Liners Are Live Wires |
\ In Business |
And this l« a low price for as fine n
home as this In this locality. There
are eight good-sized rooms, and the.
house Is located only a little way from
Ninth street in a neighborhood built up
with heautlful homes only. Drawing-
room finished In white, enamel and has
a very handsome hand-curved mantel;
quarter-sawed oak floors downstairs, un-
usually handsome lighting fixtures; an-
tique oak finish, beamed ceilings, two
mantels In tho newest patterns; nlco
large bedrooms with good size closets;
white maple floors; bathroom fitted
with flrst-clapa plumbing; it's a home
that will attract thc> first time you see
it— and a home you would like more
Members 1.. A. Realty Board.
234 Langhlln Bldg.
Main 263; Home Ex. 263.
IF YOU SEE THIS YOU'LL BUY
If you want to go as high as this,
we have a new 8-room modern house
built ono year. Bath, toilets, closets,
reception hall, pantry, brick flreplans,
buffet, lawn, trees. chicken corral,
burn, highly improved on large lot
50x11)0, east front, tina neighborhood,
two car lines half block away. This Is
nn S. Hope street. Small payment
down, balance aa rent. We have a
tenant for this placo at $33.00 a month.
Better see this
A. P. WEBSTER A CO.,
Home .-,.-,75. 302 MiiKon HlilK.
Mnlu 40110. Cor. 4tli A Hilnay,
B'OR SALE — "~
A VERY PRBTTV BUNC.AI.OW
This beautiful 6-room bungalow
if new and strictly up-to-date in
every detail: location S. W., faclnj?
south on a tine street: lot 50x135;
nice largo porch, reception hall, liv-
ing room, dining room and front bed
room have the weathered oak finish
and oak floors; beautiful built in buf-
fet; nice brick mantel; two of the
bed rooms and bath finished in white
enamel; very complete kitchen. Why
pay rent when you can get a nico
home like this on these terms; $600
caah. $20 por mo. and Interest.
XEHDIIAM & MrftllECiOlt.
303-4 Fay Bldg., 3d and Hill.
Members L. A, Realty Board.
MUST HE SOLD THIS WEEK. IF NOT
sold will be for rent furnished, as owner
leaves the city the first of next week.
A nice home of 7 rooms, with all modern
conveniences, nice lawn in front, all
kinds of fruit trees In rear of lot. This
property is incumbered for $1200 at 5
per cent, which can remain. Balance
cash. Is on 24th st., between 2 car
lines. A lovely homo and can be bought
for less than it Is worth.. Price $23(10;
cheap at $3000. If you want to buy or
rent come in and let me show you this
. J. A. MORLAN & CO., 202-3 Fay Bldg.
• ONLY $2800. NEAR FIGUEKOA
AND PICO STS.
.' 5-room cottage on lot 50x120, east
front; gas, electric light and sewer.
This desirable close In property is
■' offered at this low price to Insure a
quick sale. A moderate cash pay-
ment and $25 monthly Installments
will be accepted.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
218 W, Third St.
FOR SALE — YOUR CHOICE OF 4 AND
5-room, new and modern cottages,
from $1500 to $2000 on easy terms.
Large lota from $250 up, easy pay-
ments. Homes to suit you In all
parts of the city. Choice suburban
acreage at $500 per acre. Wo have
some excellent close. In business
property investments for easy money.
LOS ANGELES HKAI,TV CO.,
414 Bryon Block.
$1500 — 4-ROOM COTTAGE.
Now and up-to-datu with dainty
bath room, pantry, screen porch, 2
closets, front porch, $140 plumbing;
cement and street work done and
paid for; lot 45x120; easy terms. Just
south of Huntingdon's car uhops.
Might take lot for part.
W. F. THORNE & CO., Owners.
Home 1654. Room 311, 218 S. Bdway.
J^O, $500 DOWN, J25 PER MONTH.
—WEST 44TH ST.—
5 rooms, new, lot 40x130, north front,
gas and electricity, street work all In. A
very comfortable homo. Nicely finished
R. A. HURTON REALTY CO.
416-418 Laughlln Bldg.
Phones— Home 7657; Main 4714.
Auuvrs pi,i:ase list
Lot 40x135; fivo-room cottage,
KurnUhed completelyi Sj33oo| term*
"^"it'is 110 W. 41st st,
M. t,. McKEUVRR, Owner,
(Ground floor) 223 W. Second St.
■ Phone 8103 or Red SHO7.
$525-LARGH LEVEL LOT, 100x185 TO
alley, on two electrlo lines In the grow-
ing southwest, Improved with cement
walks and curbs; nice shade trees;
beautiful mountain view; terms if de-
HUGHES A PISCKHAM,
1105-1106-1107 Braly Bldgr.
Home 6373. Main 3221.
FOR BALE-A . SNAP-BIX 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-
' COOPER & CUDDEBACK,
SlB 8. Broadway. Room 237.
1375-LAROK LEVEL LOT. 60x190, ON
two electrlo linen In the growing south-
west, improved with cement -walks and
curbs; nice shade trees; beautiful
mountain view; terms If desired.
HUGH EH A PBCKHAM,
1106-UO6-UO7 Braly Illdg.
Home 637 J. Main 322 L
FOR BALE— FOR '"
(100 cash, balance monthly pay-
ments like rent, several n«w 5 and 6-
room houses, ulose to electric car
O. 11. JONKS A CO.,
Home 1821. 117 8. Uroadway.
■-, » Houses
lO Vott&T __ Hotmni
We hflvc house* In nil parts
of th<> rlty nnd Ht nil prices
nnd term*, but we- wont to mil
your pspcclnl attention today
to two or thrro vory desirable
close In proprrtli**; you know
rlnso In properties are always
On Crocker »tre»t, nonr 11th
street, we hnve a. fi-room cot-
Inffe, very attiHftlvely finished,
nnd poulpped with nil modern
conveniences nnd utilities for
$.1200; $nOO down nnd $20
On Pf> Long; street, near
Pleo street, we offer you n B-
room cottage for $2«fl0; $SOO
d.iwit nnd $20 monthly. Houso
hits two kitchens nnd rould he
orruplfd by two families. This
Is renlly n l»irp;aln, ns lot is
almost worth the nmonnt we
nsk for the property.
On Lincoln street, only n few
blocks from the business cen-
ter, we offer for snle a 7-
roorrt house, on lot 40x1 25, for
JflfiOO. House has Just been
newly papered and pnlntpd,
and Is In nrst-rlass shape.
Tfrms one-half cash.
WHEN YOU ni'Y A lIO3IM THINK
or Tim rmm: iminsiiiimtikh
AMI I'll CUM MiI, ITIK.-4
•lON KM A 111 DXII LAND CO.,
nrnnnd floor, 21* W, Third fttrert.
TO OWN A HOME
Is here. Let us prove this statement
to you by explaining our methods of
home payments. Wo are convinced
thnt wb have the most practical nn
well as tho most economical system
by which any ono in moderate cir-
cumstances may own a home,
WHSTKRN BUII.DINO CO,.
403 Chnmhrr of Commerce.
Residence completely furnished, par-
lor white enameled, brick mantel; dln-
Ing-room Flemish oak, sldebonrd, elab-
orate pass pantry, large kitchen, gaa
range, instantaneous heater, screen
porch, laundry tub, W. C. and brick
cellar; library cathedral oak, elegant
mantel, bookcames, seats; center hall
front and back stairs, large front porch
and lawn; 75-foot frontngo; upstairs, 4
bedrooms, elegant bathroom, 2 porches,
high-class restricted neighborhood;
southwest. T. WIESENDANGER, 221
FOR A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGB
IS OUR FIGURE.
Anything elae you want at the
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 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 7G66. 713 8. Broadway.
$200 DOWN, $:0 A MONTH
6-room cottage, close in, corner lot,
$400 down. $20 a month
C-room modern cottage, price $2000.
$W0 down. $20 a month
n-room modern cottage, Washington and
R. E. IBBETSON & CO..
Main 2212 316 Trust Bldg."
FOR SALE— COTTAGES ON EASY
$lfiso—s2so cash; new, 6 rooms, on Gar-
vnnza car llnp. *
$2900— 5600 cash; new, 6 rooms, 35th,
$1675— 5600 cash; new, 4 rooms; Pico
$3aW— sl6oo cash; new, 6 rooms; Aye. 41.
List your cottages with TO. N. HOL-
WAY, 211 Grant Bldg. Home 1939,
New 6-r. modern cottage, $2300, $3nn cash
New 5-r. mod. bungalow, j:'soo. JSW) cash
New 5-r. modern cottage. $2550, $250 cash.
New b-r. mod. bungalow, $2600. $500 cash.
\\e have largo list of new bungalows
and cottages, all parts of city. Come In
and see the plans on houses now under
DKVKIVS t fc LAWRENCE,
227 Laughlln Bldg., 315 S. Broadway.
Phone 5321. , -' ,;.
City Lots and Lands
WE HAVE JUST WHAT
WE AnE GEMSRAL HBAI, ESTATE
We can sell you lots In all parts
of tho city and suburbs at prices to
suit your pocketbook. Wo can sell
you lots from $100 up on terms $1
down and $1 per week, and city lota
from $150 up on very easy terms.
We can guarantee you the best bar-
Rains and money makers in the mar-
ket. You will do well by calling on
us nnd we'll cheerfully extend all
courtesies and full information.
The Greater Los Angeles
■ Reality Co,
433 HUNTINGTON BLDG.
, »ano— — '
IJXTHA I.AIMJK I,OT 100x184
NEAR NOHMANDIK AVISNUIJ
AVKNUF X FROM VKUMONf
PRICE $350. QNE OF THE MOST
DESIRABLE LOTS IN THE SOUTH-
WEST PORTION AND CAN UK
BOUGHT ON EASY MONTHLY PAY-
MENTS. UP-TO-DATE IMPROVE-
MENTS, INCLUDING CEMENT SIDE-
WALKS AND TREES. UNLIMITED
WATER PIPED; HIGH LEVEL LOT;
FINE SOIL. IF YOU ARE LOOKING
FOR A GOOD HOME SITUATION
WHERE GARDEN AND CHICKENS
ARE POSSIBLE SEE THIS LOT BE-
FORE YOU BUY.
KMII, FIRTH (Onner>,
411-417 l.iiiiKhllii IlltlK., ;un s. Ildnay.
I'houeai Home 8105, Main 3543.
Acreage for $200, close to 2 car
lines, just a little outside the city
limits In the southwest; fine soil,
level and lots of water. You
can enjoy the luxuries of a country
home close to the city on a 5-acre
piece on very easy terms. This Is
positively the best thing ever put
on the market. Better see about this
The Greater Los Aogeles
433 Hunting-ton Bldg.
LOTS *300 TO snoa.
The Very Safest laveatmaat,
..Property advaßdiig every day la this
ItOSS * I.IMISIOY,
814 H. W. Htllraaa Bid*.
l-ho.c. — Hum. TD63. Mala 4S3X
lots! Torsi i.ot!) 1 i.otsi
IN EVERY SECTION; BARGAIN
LIST TO CHOOSE FROM; HOME-
SEBKEHB FIND LOWER PRICKS
AND INVESTORS GET THE BEST
ON THE MARKET BY COMING
KMll, FIRTH (Owaer),
411-417 I. v 11* 1. 1 hi Hid*., SIS S. HU.v.r.
rhuofl Home 8105, Main 2545.
FOR SALE- ~~~
$1700 $1700 $1700
North front lot on Washington boule-
vard, 60x150, near Harvard.
W. U. OBBAH, va Johnson Bide.
City Lota and Lands
The tracts that are mire to treble In
value Inside of one year; hundreds ol
houses being erected; best soil, inurest
water; best tar service and nearest In
property for the money In Greater Los
Angele*. We run sell choice lots at 1450
end tip on ensy Installments. What
we have done for hundreds of
others we will do for you. Before
buying t«ke East 12th street and Hoo-
rer nvenue curs south on Spring utrnet
o 48th and Ascot aye or 81st find Ascot
aye. Agents therw at sll times. Offloe
open Sundays. Headquarters for Ver*
non real estate. For maps and full In-
GRIDER S HWULTDN
225 W. SECOND 6T.
thk awakening 18 on! .
those who "invest in hoylk
weiohts at the right time and
place will make money.
the time is now
the Flack is
THE LAST OF THE CLOSE-IN Slin-
DIVIBIONS ON BROOKLYN AVK-
NdR, OPPOSITE CUMMINOS ST..
TWELVE MINUTES' RIDE ON
BROOKLYN AYE., OR EAST FIRST
ST. CAR LINE.
FIRST CLASS IMPROVEMENTS.
LOTS J750 UP
CHAS. MpI<E*N7,IE CO.
409 11. W. HELLMAN BUILDING.
MEMBER L. A. R. B.
THE /MM CO.
Fruit Acres Tract
Pretty home lots, on line of growth
and improvement, low prices, easy
terms; lots $400, for homes, Invest-
ment and profit.
Branch office — At end of Central
aye. car line, also on tho ground
(Long Beach car to 63d or Spaulcl-
lng), hiehly Improved, covered with
beautiful ben ring fruit and ornamen-
tal trees; street work to bo done.
Phone: Homo 5737 nnd 29108.
203 North Broadway.
OO DOWN TODAY.
SEE THESE CHEAPEST LOTS.
$25 CASH, $10 MONTH.
CHEAPEST CLOSE-IN LOTS IN CITY.
LOTS $550 TO $650.
KAST JEFFERSON ST. TRACT.
TAKE E. STH ST. AND OARVANZA
CAR ON MAIN ST. AND GUT OFF AT
OUR BRANCH OFFICE AT 38TII ST.,
AND MR. FRANK ROCKWELL, AGEN'I
ON THE TRACT, WILL TAKE PLEAS-
URE IN SHOWING YOU THESE LOW-
PRICED LOTS ON EASY TERMS. GO
DOWN AT ONCE. 2-ROOM BUNGA-
LOW AND BIG LOT FOR $700; 150
CASH, $10 MONTH.
DON'T PAY RENT.
GET IN BEFORE PRICE IS ADVANC-
ED. SEE GUS B. HILL, SALES MAN-
AGER. 135 S. BROADWAY, WITH
STRONG & DICKINSON. MAIN AND
MnJ. John 11. Norton, Owner.
Los Angclfa Trust Co., Trustee,
On Wilshlre boulevard, between
Bronson avenue and Wilton place.
Inside the city limit*, nnd one inlla
nearer the buainim renter than Weat
Adams and Arlington. Lots leaa
than half the price.
Balldlas restrictions, 93000, $3500,
82S-320 Bradbury Building,
FOR SALE— BUY IN THE WESTERN
avenue section between Wilshlre boula-
vaid and Hollywood; destined to be the
choicest residence section of the city;
now at the very beginning of develop-
ment; the same chances as were offered
in the Westlake district a few years
ago. We can sell you large, level lots
50-ft. front, on Improved streets at prices
from $450 up. Terms In some cases as
low as $50 down, balance monthly. Take
Colegrove car to Western avenue, to our
branch office and investigate fully.
CHARLES S. MANN,
325 West Fourth St.
Branch office— Western Avenue and
Colegrove car line.
9350 FOB 80-FOOT LOTS
In beautiful Hollywood, corner
Center st. and Sunset boulevard,
cement curbs, sidewalks, streets
graded, oiled; elegant surrounding**:
protective building restrictions. You
can not get such values for your
money elsewhere. Agent on tract.
Take Hollywood car to office, corner
Vermont and Prospect; Bo fare.
821 Laughlin Bldg.
$800 "$ROO* JSOO
Do you want a bargain in a close-
in lot? Then go and look at the lot on
the east side of Toluca St., 250 feet
north of First. Less than a mile from
the court house; 40x120 to alley.
' W. H. OBEAR,
402 Johnson Bldg.
FOR SALE— I6-ACRK 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. JONEB & CO., 117 S. Broadway;
Home 1821; Main 34.
WE HAVK A CLIENT WHO WANTS A
building lot in tho southwest and will
give some one a good deal on some acre-
" C BHOWN & WOODS, 317 Fay.
Betweeen 10th & 11th, In the whirl
ot advanoing values; lovely modern
6-room cottage, fruit trees, lawn,
flowerß, burn and stable; lot SOxISO
to 16-ft. alley.
80. CAL. HUM, KSTATK, ISVIIST-
Suite 604 Pacific Eloctrio Bldg.
2100 ■ Both Phones 2100
WB SELL THE EARTH
Modern and new; will bring in an In-
come of $1500 or more per year. Part
Is leased for 5 years. Price $10,000.
Ask about it.
BASSHTT & SMITH, L. A. R. 8.,
202 H H- Broadway. Rooms 207-8.
FOR BALE— BUSINESS PHOPEHTY-
Improved and paying 8 per cent. Un-
usually good opportunity to invest small
capital of $15,000 In property paying per-
mtnently 8 per cent on present invest-
ment, but will grow Into much larger
value In near future. Occupied by manu-
facturing concern which is permanent
and will take long lease.
SMITH & ASTON, ?><> l.aujrlilln Bldg.
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLI3. ASK YOUR
FOR SALE— THE BEST CORNER ON
befween th« Arcade depot and Main
street. If you are looking for som«-
thins; In this locution It will pay you
to call In and consult me.
Phone «921. 304 Mason Bldg.
We have call* overy d«y for bunga-
lows for <2."00 to JSOOO, $SOO down, balance
like. rent. What hnve you? If you have
bargain wo can sell qolck.
FINLEY *. NORRIS,
Ground floor. 341 8. Hill st.
wr.sr .iMKi'rcnsoiv st.
WK.IT .IKKKIJKMHV «T.
WEST JMPPMnSON STi
For Sale. — I can deliver some splen-
did buys on this fine crosstown street
thnt is destined to be thn best cross-
town business street south of Pico
street, barring none. Uuy now anu
double your money.
aon i.migiiHn niiis;.
FOR BALE-J6OOO. BLOCK OP 7V4
acres, a corner, on Moneta aye., fronting
on proposed car line. This piece of
ground is a fine buy nnd Just right for
subdivision. Prlco only stands for a few
days. Can be had on terms.
FOR SALE— 4O acres for subdivision.
fine piece of land nicely located near
the city limits, land perfectly level;
Lumping plant and other Improvements.
«nd can be cut up to good advantage
and ready sale, for the lots.
J. A. MORLAN & CO.,
102-3 Fay Building.
BOMB CHOICE ACREAGE BETWEEN
the city and Redondo, right on the car
line In 3 and 6 acre tracts; water on tha
lots under good pressure; a bargain.
ROSS & LINDSBf, 314 H. W. Bellman
Bldg.; phones Home 7662, Main 4822.
FOR SALE-fiO ACRES FOR BUBDl-
vlslon, fronting on Main and Moneta,
Just south of Manchester; the new Mo-
neta electrlo car line just surveyed
directly through the center of the 50
acres, and Is the only tract for sale on
the line; J6OO per acre; terms easy; act
quick. JAMES KERR, sole agent. Taka
Gardena car; stop at Sunny side. Phono
Seven acres of land close to the
city and just right to cut up In lots;
proposed car line will pass the prop-
erty. This is a Rood buy and a
chance to make some money.
J. A. MOIII,AN A CO.,
202-303 Vny Hldg.
IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN IN A FINE
10-acre ranch, new, modern 7-room house
and barn; plenty water; close to cars.
Owner, G. G. FORCE, Oardena. -
If looking for acreage anywhere In
Southern California I'm your man. I
make a specialty of suburban and coun-
try property and have the most com-
plete list of acreage, any kind, anywhere
in Southern California. Call for my
free booklet on "Southern California,
Its Resources. Products, Industries and
Opportunities." L. M. PRATT, 60S
Laughlln Bldg. Member L. A. Realty
"l)O YOU WANT SOMETHING FOR
If so see Bentham & Farnsworth,.
527 Chamber of Commerce bids.
They will show you choice alfalfa
lands fully developed Income prop-
erty, abundance of water, income
guaranteed; no interest; no taxes;
crops cared for; only $65 per acre. In
small monthly payments. Can you
beat this? Call for prospectus.
A GREAT SNAPI *
Tvtenty-tivo aores, about twelra
miles from Los Angeles; eighteen
acres in full-bearing vineyard, bal-
ance apricots and prunes; good
twelvo-lnch well. Price only $8500,
terms, for a few days. ■ ■
COOPER A CVDOCBACK.
118 South Broadwy, Boom 337.
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.
BEST FARMING LANDS IN SOUTH-
ern California only $15 per acre. Also
olive and walnut orchards, clay lands,
etc. W. K. SLOAN, 520 E. 25th St.
Cor. Trinity, city.
FOR SALE— ALL iCINDS OF STOCK
ranches, large and small, with or *
COOPER & CUDDEBACK,
Room 237. 218 South Broadway.
FOR ACREAGE AT ALTADENA SEE
1.. M. PRATT, 60S Laughlln Bldg.
Live Stock—Horses, Mules, Cattla
FOR SALE-A'GOOD HORSE, SPRING
wagon and harness; suitable for delivery
or express wa K£"^4I_AVENUE_28 1 _
L. M. PRATT, LAUGHLIN BLDG.
"Headquarters for Orange Groves." •
FOR SALE— HOUSEHOLD GOODS AT
factory cost. Overell Is going to move.
Ruffled edge Swiss curtains, 40c; door
panels, 30c; box couches, $2.50; cane din-
ers, Sue; 6-foot extension tables, $5.00; 62-
plece dinner sets, $4.85; stands, (1.10;
J-.i'O arm rockers, $1.75; wood seat chairs,
60c; pillows. DOc; blankets, 85c; Iron beds,
$2.00; $2.25 mattresses, $2.00; 2-burner gus
plate, $1.00; linoleum, 60c; oil cloth. 30c;
buy now. J. M. OVERELL, 652-664 80.
Fo ,ft> n SAI i. K — P°? Ka . JUST BOUGHT
3000 (oft color) colonial pine. Will
sell from Jl.OO to $1.40. These are
a snap; 2000 Oregon pine doors 11.60;
5000 tine rodwood doors $1.00 to &1 40
Also a lot of windows very cheap.
Ship them any placo. Write for
NATIONAL LUMBER CO .
20th and Alameda sts.
Urnnch 9th and Maple.
FOR SALE — LET US FICiURE YOUR,
mill work. We have the largest
stock of dry lumber In the city, and
a fine new mill to work It. with ma-
chine sander. Prices the lowest and
work the best. We do business
promptly. Try us.
NATIONAL LUMBER CO..
20th and Alameda sts.
Branch 9th and Maple,
POR SALE— NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables. Bar fixtures or
all kinds; easy payments. Ssnd (or cat*
alogue. THE) IiUUWUWICK-UAJLKtt-
COLLENDEa CO, M X Bkhvow,
FOR SALE— A BCHOLAIfSHIP IN THE]'
Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure, Address BOX 105
FOR SALE— CHEAP, TWO BEDROOM
sultea. Phone, HOME 4496.
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ABIC YOUH
broker. \ .»*■ >t
Everything you warn you will find la
the classified page— a modern aocyclo-
pedit. On* cent a werd.