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Maximum temperature. 70.
Minimum tempers turf. fiO.
SAN FRANCISCO, Her. «.— Th« pres
nure continue* high throughout the en
tiro country except northern Washing
ton. In California tho weather has
bf-en clear and pleasant with some
cloudiness In the northern portion.
T>os Angeles nnrl vicinity— Fair
Thursday; light northwest winds.
Ran Joaquln valley — Fair Thursday;
light north winds.
C'oasl— Fair Thursday; light south
JORDAN-fIAROEANT— Ernest A. Jordan,
32. native of Kansas and resident of
ltor Angeles, und Mary L. Smgeant.
2». native of Nebraska and resident of
BLANE-MliNZlES— Samuel P. Wane, 33.
native of Louisiana nnd resident of Lua
Angeles, and Mary 11. Menzles, Xt, na-
tive of Kentucky and resident of Los
ELLiK-PHTLLIPH-\Vlllln.m Ellis, 37, na-
tive of Kansas and resident of LnH An-
«Hos. and Lottie Phillips, 37, native of
Missouri and resident, of Los Angel*".
McFARLAND-WITRTH— Jnmps W. Mc-
Fnrland. 28. native of Utah nnd resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Margaret
"Wurth. 20, native of Indiana and resi-
dent of Los Angi'lps.
CAMPBELL-HOl'Sriß-George TV. Camp-
bell. 4H, n.itivn of Ohio and resident of
Rivera, nnd Jennie M. Housw. 27, na-
tive of lowa and resident ot Los An-
Buchanan-kitchen— H«nry n. nu-
rhanan, 84, native of Kentucky and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Lizzie K.
Kitchen 1!>. native of Illinois and resi-
dent of Los Angflos.
FA NNINO-LINKLETON— Theodore Fan-
ning, 23. native of Missouri and resi-
dent of Whlttier, and Ivey E. Llnkleton.
1!>. jintlvo of. California and resident of
rF.TERSON-MILLER— Walter Peterson.
2S. native of Sweden and resident of
LOS Angeles, and Amy .MUler, IS, nn-
tlv« of California and resident of Los
LANE-SJVEBERG— Thomas H. Lane, 23,
native of Illinois and resident of Los
Angeles, and Augusta PJveberg, li>. na-
tive of Rhoda Island and resident of
GANTT — To Abel and wife, 712 South
Union avenue, November 25, a girl.
BNIFF — To Frank M. and wife, llrt
East. Avenue Forty-two. December 6,
EEVANS — Mrs., county hospital, na-
tive ot England, tuberculosis, Decem-
ber 3, aged 67.
CARLSON— M.. county hospital, native
of Finland, tuberculosis, December 5,
LYNCH— Frtd, county hospital, native
of Pennsylvania, tuberculosis, Decem-
ber 3, aged 37.
COTTON — Edward, county hospital, na-
tive of New York, tuberculosis, De-
cember 4, aged 50.
CADWALLADER— DaIIas. 754 East
Pico street, native of lowa, tubercu-
losis. December 6, aged 45.
Peek & Chase Co.. undertakers and
embalmcrs: lady assistants. 433 a Hill.
TH Main 81
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
Lady assistant attends! IKinCnTAKrUI
l*dtes and children. U IMUCfi I MtU no
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
F"uneral directors. 810-Sl2 S. Flower street.
Our lady undertaker. Miss Elizabeth
Thompson. In attendance for women and
children day or night. Phone Main 1527:
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
trauiJItTAKKIIS, have removed to 1031
S. Grand avenue. Phones — Main 403;
The funeral services of Rev. G. A.
"Wolf will be held at Percival hall Thurs-
day, December 7. at 10 a. m.
FOR SALE— ESTABLISHED HliAl, ES-
TATE BUSINESS With lease? of two
office rooms at low rates, office fur-
niture and a new up-to-date list of
valuable property. Location Is con-
sidered one of the best in the city.
Rooms are nice, light and airy; one
party well posted in real estate
values and large experience In busi-
ness would remain with the pur-
chaser. This is a rare opportunity
for one or more to engage in this line
of work. Investigate no later tliari
Monday or Tuesday of next week.
Call at 4u2'/a South Broadway, room i>.
D. >,V. lIUKST.
l'"OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—
Stock of groceries, general mer-
chandise, hay and feed, horses,
wagons, harness, everything nci'dcil
for carrying on business; business
$100 daily; two lots and buildings all
for $4000; also grocuiies, hardware,
paints, etc., lease; rent $20 per month.
A money maker, old stand; both are
exceptional oarjrains. See, $3500.
BENTHAM & FAKNSWORTH,
527 Chamber of Commerce.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR CHANCE TO I
purchase Interest in store clearing $100
weekly, for small sum money? Also
ppll interest $1000; another $i'i>oo; another
$Rh0O; also sill partner's Interest well
established office buslnesß, $M 0; sell half
restaurant $1(hjO; sell half billiard and
pool room $14iO: aJso every possible kind
store, restaurant, factory or iiotel. Come
get list. See FHOISNiX, 202 and 204
MILLINERY FOH SALE AND FRESH
UP-TO-DATE STOCK IN A LIVE
BEACH TOWN AT A SACRIFICE
PRICE. A. F. WISHSTER & CO., 302
MASON BLDG.. COR. 4TH AND
JUST LIKE HANK INC — ANY ORDERS
for dfcorutlng or house painting en-
trusted to our care will relieve you
of much anxiety. Try us. Work and
prices guarantped. WALTER BROS.,
627 8. Spring «t.
I'OR SALJS-A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
Los Angelea College of Flue Arts, at
a very low figure Addiess BOX 105,
A RESTAURANT AND BAKERY COM-
bintd for rent in Oardena. Apply to J.
CANDY STORE AND FACTORY FOX
«ale; $1100. Good buy. Address BOX
iTIJY BULITj^tOtTiTuNDLE ASK YOUR
£r. - AND * MRB/* CARTER « SUCCESS'
fully treat all female diseases and Ir-
regularities; 20 years' experience; con-
sultation free. Hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p.
m.J Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. 204 MEH-
CANTILK V LACK, over 643 B. Spring.
UOUTHKKN IIOMIS FOR LADIES DUIT
ing confinement; homes for clilldre?i.
DR. C. E. HMXTH. 727 Bellevue aye.
Tel. Main 2364.
DR. TAYLOR— FKMALB SPECIALIST
and ooatbtrlcs. IiIOLASCO TIIKATEK.
PALMISTS AND MtDIUMS
ness and test medium. Private sit-
tings dally 10 to 4. The Haxonla, 318
W. Fifth ut. Next public test »«ance
Friday evening, hall 139 W. Fifth »t.
DR. UREBN. CLAIRVOYANT— UUSl-
ness medium; ttatlsfaction given; teat
circle* Wednesday evanlngs, g o'clock,
25c, Hooia 16. 119 ft B. SPRING ST.
• Help— M«U _
HUMMEL PROS, ft m,
— FiMPLOYMF.NT AC.F.NTft—
A Mrletly first-class, reliable agency
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
11R-I1? Bast Second f>trr»t,
nctwwn Main' and Lo« Angeles sts.
Lorgest and best •quipped office*
on the Pacific, coast.
HUMMEL BROS. A CO.,
11(5 and 118 H. 3d Ht.
Telephones — Main 800.
ANY rNfELLtOENf~p"ERBON MAY
oarn good Income corresponding for
newspapers; experience unnecessary.
Send for particulars. PRESS SYNDI-
CATE, Lockport, N. T.
BRIOHT BOY WITH WHEEL— OF-
flop and delivery work — after 9 a. m.,
HOOM 604 Chamber of Commerce.
BOYS WANTED-OOOD. LIVE HUSKY
boys to carry papers. Apply CIRCULA-
TION DF.PT.. HERALD O FFICJi'.
WANTED— AGENTS, SOMETHING
iroorl, that will sell. Call on J. HACK-
KTT, 520 Bast Sixth nt.
Situations — Male
WANTED— BY EXPERIENCED AND
competent chauffeur (English), po-
sition, private party preferred; ac-
customed to traveling and racing.
Address NOLAN, Box 22, Herald.
SPECIAL CHANCE TO PURCHASE
retiring partner's Interest In store; clear
$100 weekly above expenses, for few hun-
dred dollars; also another grand chance
to purchase partner's Interest In well
established office business. See PHOE-
NIX, ro and 204 Grant building.
A I fi PER~CENT LOAN.
Al « PER CENT LOAN.
We have a client who ■wants $lS.ooo on
■well Improved close-In business corner.
W. I. HOLLINGSWORTH & CO.,
Suite 314-16 Wilcox Block.
Both phones 1363.
WANT $1500. 3 TRS.. $1200. 2 COT-
tages; also $1000. SIDDALL, 208 Copi
TOR SALE— HERD OF FINE COWS,
fresh and coming fresh; Jerseys, Hol-
eteln and Durham; also fine Jer-
sey bull; have no use for them, wlli
sacrifice at $30 apiece (some worth
up to $150 and none less than J50);
will consider a trade for real estate.
Tel. Home 2264. Address 1453 CON-
STANCE ST.. city.
WILL PAY CASH FOR IMPROVED
property or vacant lots In Brooklyn,
N. V.. Kings or Queens county, N. V. ;
nlso farms and acreage property on
Long- Island. Send full description,
price, mortgage, location, etc. Wo
will give you quick answers. Ad-
dress, POTTS & PARTRIDGE. ISJ
JlontagucSt., Brooklyn, N. Y.
OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE
DO A RENTAL BUSINESS
IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
MIXES A FARISH,
315 SOUTH HILL STREET.
To Purchase — Repl Estate
LARGE TRACT ACREAGE WITHIN 20
miles of city. State location, Hlze ot
tract, lowest price, terms and full de-
scription when answering-. Prefe"
dealing with owner. Address BOX
WANTED— A LOT, NORTH FRONT ON
40th or 41st street, between Main and
Figueroa streets. Call or address 125
XV. 36TH ST. Phone South 258.
WANTED— TO BUY HOUSES
Wanted — Five or six-room house in
southwest part of oitv. State termt
Address BOX 21. HERALD.
WANT OCEAN PARK. HOLLYWOOD
or city cottage for clear land. SID-
SDALL. 208 Copp Bids.
WANTED— I PAY TtlE HIGHEST
cash price for ladies' and gents' oid
clothes and old gold and silver; send'
>y postal. fc L. ROSE. 402 Temple St.
"WANTED— DEALERS AND PAPER-
liungcrs to write for samnle books v!
Imvlaps, hhiidi'S, wall paper, paints,
varnishes, etc. WALTER BROS.. 627
MARRIAGE LAWS, ESTATES SET-
tled, collections made, confidential and
iiuiuk, open every evening. Notary pi'b-
lio. E. HARDESTY. rooms 1-2-i), laiVs
Si. Spring st.
MARUIAuIi~AND~PROLJATE LAWS A
specialty. Nc ?"e wit!. out success. E. P.
I MOREV, Ml Stlmson blk., cor. 3rd and
| Spring. Phone G7lB. Open evenings.
DIVORCE LAWS— ADVICE FREE: NO
fee without succe.ss; private. J. H.
SMITH. 122 W. Third St., Room 106. 1
to 5 p. m.
W. W.- HOLCOMB. ATTORNEY. AD-
vlce free. DomtHtic law specialty.
211 XV. FIRHT.
PAT ENTS AND PATENT RIGM T3
TOVVNSEND, LYON, IIACKLEY &
PATENTS OBTAINED IN ALL COUN-
tnos, trademarks and copyrights regis-
tered; patent, tiademark and coiiyiirht
suits hi all courts. ROOMS 501-7, Mer-
chants Trust Company building. Tele-
phones, Home 8191. Sunset Mala 9L».
HAZARD & HARPHAM. PATENTS"
Ploneerß SPRING & STH Book fr—.
MINING AND ASSAYINQ
MT. VERNON MINING CO. WILL PAY
2 per cent dividend Jan. Ist, with a guar-
antee from us that the dividend will
Increase as fast at! the company can
get their new mill running.
MOODY & CO.,
4*3 Hunllngtou bid?., 6th and Main.
BUY BULLFROtI BUNDLE. ABK YOUR
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
415-417-419 Ban Pedro Ht.
Main office 324 South Main
Flinm-u Main 1117. Horn* 2154. New and
absolutely fire proof storage; private
locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos,
tine furniture, etc. Trunks, boxes, etc.,
stored, 2oc to 600 per month. We solicit
Wilcox' Building, deals In bondt, mort-
gages and other flrst-clais lacurltlea.
Loans negotiated at lowest markul
rates. If you wish to lend innnoy on
tii-Ht mortgages I can place It for you
Httfely ana at a fair rate of Interest
Reference: First National Bunk, Los
Augelct National Sank.
LOS ANGELES HERALD; THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1905.
FOR RENT-7-ROOM HOUSES. fW-
nlshfKi complete, at 1043 E. 24th it. Call
«t the office after tomorrow or nt th»
houao today. Price $35 per month. J.
MORLAN ft C<\,JCi2 : l_ray_BMß^_
FOR RENT- -4-ROOM COTTAGE; JiFnO,
Including watfr. tR2S BAST 14TH ST. _
NEW HOITBH NEWLY FtIRNIBHEI";
all outside rooms; running water In
"'I '""on""; bus boaters; free baths.
Ratos $2.R0 to $3.50 per week.
. TUB PACIFIC, 4l_2_rcntral Aye.
TO^ LET— MODERN" FLATS— WATEK
$10 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont
$12 — 3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont
$12 — 3 rooms, 834 8. Figueroa.
$16 — 3 rooms, 834 8. Figueroa, fur-
J18 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, fur-
tl8 — 3 rooms, 21S N. Fremont, fur-
WIESENDANOER, 221 LnugMln Hid.
Stores and Offices
TO LET-SEVERAL BEAUTIFULLY
decorated narerooms, each 33x75 feet;
well lighted, clean and airy; choice
contra, location. Freight and passenger
elevator service. Unusually good quar-
ters for wholesale millinery, tailor, lew-
eler or any light manufacturing busl-
2S?'!- AJP^ 345 -'" SOUTH SPRING
MRs7mTT£K R l3 ER T, sX NITARIUM^
Massage, electric, tub, vapor, steam
baths, chiropody, manicuring, scalp
treatment, facial massage. 225 Ji W.
Flrrtt. Homo 38O!>.
~ BATHS AND MASSAGB
ELECTRIC TREATMENTS, VAPOR,
salt glow, sponge baths and masnago,
oil nnd alcohol rubs; new attendant.
612 8. BDWAY, ROOM 10.
BON TON HATH PARLORS— SWEDISH,
magnetic and scientific massage. Open
Sundays. Hours: 10 a. m. to 12 p. m.
First Jloor, 703V4 S. BROADWAY.
TIIK MITCHELL BATH PARLORS^-
vapor tub baths and massage, alcohol
and oil rubs. 218 N. MAIN ST., office
11. Open Sundays.
MRS. LEAMING, 703 a SPRING,
rooms 226-227 ; vopor and electric
baths massage; salt glow; flrst-clasS
NEWLY OPENED-ELITE BATH AND
massage purlors; New York graduates.
752 S. SPRING, 757 8. MAIN ST., rooms:
321 SOUTH HILL— VAPOR AND TUJU
baths, massage for colds, rheuma-
tism, nervousness. Open every daj r .
SULPHUME. VAPOR. ELECTRIC. TUB
baths, massage, chiropody. Formerly
618H Spring. 7UIV4 S. BDVVY. Main 3133.
ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANKLIN
street, including baths, massage and
electric blanket sweats for rheumatism.
MANICURING AND BATH PARLOrT
formerly 245'^ S. Spring, now located 703
S. Broadway, 3d floor. Open Sundays.
WANTED — GIRL~~ FOX EASTERN
Bath, Electric and Massage Parlors.
610H SOUTH SPRING.
FOR A GOOD TUB~OR VAPOR BATH '
and massage go to 73514 SOUTH
GRAND AYE.: phone 6660.
FROM LONDON, MANICURING AND
massage, 322 S. SPRING ST., room 18,
second floor; select.
BATHS- 309 W. TEMPLE ST. ROOAI
2. Phone Home r>o7fi.
WALL PAPER SALE
Pon't mlfs the opportunity before
taking inventory all short lots in our '
retail department must be cleaned
out. Fetch th? sizes of your rbums.
Compare these prices with others.
Applique shades 350. best paint JI.SU
B,allou, best floor wax 45c hous-5
paints and enamels, package, 10c up,
varnish stain, one-half pint, 20c pint,
25c liquid gold paint cup and brush
2.> c; iloiene the durable varnish for
Iloor and llneoleum. Dint 50c, quart
$1.00; our burlaps are heavier than
others can be pasted, retinted or re-
painted. 76 inch natural 20c. 36 inch
flye.d 15c, 40 inch dyed 20c. Try our
finamels — make thingrs shine like a
mirror. Best paint $1.50 gal.
WALTER BROS., 627 S. Spring St.
TO WhoM IT~MAY CONCERN:
My wife, Mrs. J. H. Neiman, having
left my bed and board of her own voli-
tion and without Just cause, all persons
are hereby notified and warned not to
Bive her credit, and they are also noti-
fied that I will not be responsible for
any debts she may Incur, nor will I pay
Dated November 20, 190 C.
J. H. NEIMAN
Los Aneeles. Cal.
FOLLOWING IS TJIE>LiIBT. OP ABAN-
iloned children admitted in the Los
Angeles Orphan asylum since Sep-
tember 1, 1905: Heraclia Aguayo, »;
Antonla Aguayo, 5; Margaret Roache,
7; Zella Roache, 3; Rita Aguayo, &;
Paula VttHr.z, 12; Mary Valdez, 10,
Gabriella Valdez. 7.
SISTERS OF CHARITY
DISSOLUTION NOTICE— THE PART-
nershlp heretofore existing between A.
Jahnke and Bruno Enderlein under the
firm name of Jahnke & Enderlein has
been dissolved. A. Jahnke purchased
the interest of Bruno Enderlein in the I
Palace cafe and continues the business
under the firm name of A. Jahnke. |
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT I WILL
not be responsibly for any debts that
my wife may contract, as she hus left
my bed and board without just cause.
WATCH~ES~~cIJSXn~EE> "50c! MAIN
springs 50c. Warranted. Buy old gold,
$1.00 pennyweight. 4T)I SOUTH MAIN.
B U Y BULLFROG" BUNDLETA'siTYoirR
MONEY TO LOAN
I HAVE MONEY TO~Toa7T'oN~ALL
KINDS OF GOOD SECURITY IN
SUMS TO SUIT AT CURRENT
JAMES B. THRELKELD.
201 FAY BLDG., 328 W. THIRD ST.
kssra^: sunskt main ■*
NOTARY PUBLIC CONVEYANCER.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without Indorsers; easy payments,
positively lowest rates. Hours 10:30 'o
6:30. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.
628-629 Chamber of Commorce bldg.
ANY AMOUNT 1 ON FURNITURE,
pianos, live stock, etc., without removal
or publicity; also on diamonds, machin-
ery, merchandise, etc.; rellablo business
house. COLYEAR FURNITURE CO
323 South Main St.; phones Main Ul7
n. XV. rOINUKXTKH, 400 WILCOX
Bills., loans ninucj on res! rnlnlo,
stocks and bonds. Building loans a
MONEY TO LOAN— TWOMAS S. WADS-
WORTH, 319 & Wt Douglas bldg., will
lend money on city or county real estate.
LOb i Mivlu rounil
LOST-ON COR. FKIuiiRoX^AND
Adams, afternoon of Dec. 5. a Blenheim
.spaniel, male, reddish brown oars and
brown and white spots on body. Liberal
reward will bo paid for return. Address
MRS. S. W. DORBEY. 2619 Figueroa st.
LOST— A LIVBU AND WHITB
POINTER female: liberal reward if
returned to 2910 Budlong avenue.
Planoa rented at low rates. A. G.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE. Ltd., 118
Wlnilou ot. Tel. Black 2221; Horn*
SC H I FFMAN" DENTAL CO.,
!<W N. Spring st.— Painless «Xtrflctlng,
nlllnir. crown »nd brldsro work, fl«tlbl«
rubber plates Pur« gold fillings. 7Sc
up; all other fillings, Boc up; cleaning
teeth. fOe rip; gold crowns and bri<l«e
work. $2.50 up; sets teeth, $2. 50 up Also
open evening* and Sunday forenoons.
DR WM. PACKMAN. THE WELL-
kn^wn Minneapolis dentist, petm*-
n*ntly located 209-210 Johnson Hid*.,
4th and TMwny. Home 4832. M. 4445
FRANK BTRVKN3, 324<4"~P0. SPRIMo'
LOANS NEGOTIATED WITH CARE
nnd promptness JAMES B. THREL-
KKLD, Notary, 201 Fny Bldg., 32«
Wrst Third nt Mnln 3!<3. Homo 82.53.
ioUSES FOR SALE
If you are interested In property
east of Mnln St., this bouso mv.st
certainly arouse your curiosity. It Ij
distinctly modern in every respect
and whs built for a home and not to
s«<II. Party owning house has good
reasons for wishing to sell, and you
nre thereby enabled to got thli place.
Nt a price below the mnrket. It Is an
8-room 14-story house. Built-in
xl'lobonrdi and china closets, (Inn
wood mantels and tlln hearths, var-
nished floors. Each room tinted In
two colors, with cove c.MHnga. Flno
porcelain hath tub and wash stand
"■»rR-» Inttndry tubs on hack porch.
Large cllar, walls nnrl floor cemented
up to the cetllnff. making a perfectly
ilry storeroom Thin plane is on
F.n«t liith St., not for from Central;
$ISPO down will take It.
A beautiful S-room strictly modern
and up-to-date house on East. 18th
st. Lot 40x110. This is a rare chance
to buy a. Inrge house for a little
money In the vicinity of many other
nlc» homes. Call nt once; tion't
ITere Is the chance to pet a nice
little 4-room modern cottage at a
very low figure. It Is located In a
tine good neighborhood that has re-
cently made wonderful strides In A
building way. On Rosorvolr street
overlooking Sunset boulevard^ Here
is a chance to buy in a good neigh-
borhood while the prices are low.
OSCAR Bo SMITH
312, 313 and 314 O. T. JoJhni-
J3OO DOWN AND $20 A MONTH.
5-ROOM NEW AND MODERN COT-
TAGE. CAS, ELECTRICITY, 40x110
TO ALLEY; $2300: A GENUINE
SNAP, ON 2SD STREET.
$300 DOWN AND $20 A MONTH.
4-ROOM NEW COTTAGE ON 18TH
ST.. CLOSE IN. $1900.
A G-ROOM NEW AND MODERN
COTTAGE. 14TII AND HOOPER
AYE.. FOR $2000 CASH.
4-ROOM CALIFORNIA COTTAGb,
ON CORNER LOT, FOR $1350,
R. E. IBBKTSON & CO.,
MAIN' 2212. 31G TRUST BLDG
SECOND AND SPRING.
FACING ST. JAMES PARK.
This Is a beautiful location; house
Is nearly new and very handsomely
finished; hardwood floors, paneled
hall and dining room; there are
three large fireplaces, large cellar,
lawn in front and very large lawn
nnd garden in rear, and barn: lot
is T,oxlS2 to alley. Terms half cash.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO ,
Ground Floor VIZ XV. Third st.
FOX SALE— •
An exceptionally pretty and well
built bungalow of 5 rooms and re-
ception hall, handsome brick mnntel.
built-in buffet, all possible conven-
iences. Tiic bed rooms aie large and
sunny; kitchen finished in tiling; a
perfect little homo. Located Juat off
the car line In University, this sirlo
of 37th street. Price $2650; $fiso cash.
. . . "It Pays to See Us."
•: EDWARDS &, WINTERS,
Real Estate and Building,
320 to 326 Laughlin building.
N E W 6-ROOM COTTAGE ON LOT 50 x
110 to a li-ft. alley. This place ;»
Just completed, has cove ceilinga,
tinted walls, electric fixtures, pressed
brick mantel, built in china closet,
lar^e pantry and clothes clOBets;
shades, cement wftlk, etc. A bargali'
at $2350; $100 cash and $25 a month.
New 5-room modern cottaKo near
XV. Washington street, just belni?
completed, for $2.'i50; $250 ciish. $2'i
per month. And I have others.
E. G. IJI3VENS.
227 1-ii.iKlilln 111.1tc.. 31.% S. Ililwny.
Home phonr 8321.
J675"" 7 " "
FOR A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE
IS OUH FIGURE.
Anything else you want at the
cam" proportion Let us have a chance
to figure on your home We will fur-
nl.-h your plans and make a houae 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.
INOLEHART BUILDING CO.,
Home Phone 7668. 713 S. Broadway.
j THE PEOPLE ARE COMING
I 65.000 ARE EXPECTED THIS WEEK
$1600 will buy a new modern «-
room cottage and two, lota 40x145 to
$3750 -will buy 8-room 2-story home
not. further out than West 22d st;
rents for $40 per month. ■
$425 will buy lotn 50x150; a bargain
$800 will buy a lot 40x125 to alley.
D. W. III'KST,
452 /4 South Broadway.
FOR SALE— HOUSES.
$2500— Large flno cottage, 6 rooms, bath,
bc-ller, modern, on 2 lots, together SO feet
front; fenced; 1521 East 40th st. Take
Hooper aye. car; $500 cash, $25 monthly.
$1650— New, modern cottage, 56th St.,
oni; block west of Figueroa St., Moneta
aye. cars, 6c fare; $150 cash. $:>0 monthly.
$2100— B-room. nice .cottage, 60-foot lot.
high ground, fine surroundings; $150
.■ash, $20 monthly. 8. \V., between 16th
and Washington sts.
221 Laughlln Bldg.
NOW IN TIIKTIMB
To pay for a home for the same
money you are payiiifr for rent. If
you have a lot cleHr, or nearly so.
come to our office nnd lot us explain
our methods of home payments.
is a «quare deal for all and our
prices defy competition. We fur-
nish your plans free and guarantee
WESTUnN BUILDING CO.,
403 Chamber of Commerce.
Phone* 980. Main 8640.
FOR SALE— S3OO DOWN AND $2U
monthly will secure a very de-
sirable 6-room two-story resi-
dence nicely located tn a good
neighborhood of popular south-
west. Hnu-is has Just been
newly painted and papered and
put In the best of condition.
On W. 37th st. near Vermont
avenue and clone to excellent
school; price $3200. Nice large
lot, lawn, trees, etc. JONEH
& RYDER LAND CO., 218 W.
Third st. .
FOR BALE-$35O0,0O; $600.00 DOWN AND
$20.00 per month: neat five-room cot-
tage, strictly modern, mantel and grate,
electricity, cove ceilings, Mowers ami
garden; inuct sell at one*; see about it
now; agent* list. Apply to owner, Ktiftt
Clmarron street, take West Adams at.
car to Clmarron, south to 2053. Phone
ADAMS BT. KABT — 6 HOOMH; ALL
modern; $100 down. UIDDALL, 208
XlKf*T HOl'* ft tN TUB CITY AT
A little bargain — a profit maker,
nnd it only takes $",oo to handle It;
balance on easy tfrms; 5 well ar-
rnngfd rooms; modern bath: large
windows; finely finished woodwork;
pressed brick mnntel; paneled walls;
oak Moors In dlnln* room; artistic
■ lighting fixtures: Inrffo recfptlon hall;
convontent kitchen; large bed rooms;
frns and electricity ; large lot; from
an tnvf-Mment standpoint this is a
proposition of unusunl merit.
Main 3fi3. Home Ex. 203.
' IIUNOALOW BARGAIN.
This Is not ihe usual case of a. bar-
Kaln with a flaw In It. To begin with,
this bungalow Is close In, West Twelfth
street mar Wextlane avenue. It Is on
the hill and surrounded with beautiful
homes. It hns five good rooms And a
pretty garden. It Is $SOO under market
value. We nre sole agents.
"IT PATS TO SEX US."
EDWARDS & WINTERS,
*20 Laughlln Bldg.
FOR HALE— ~*
A swell cottng-r lv the. southwest.
Brand new; flnmlph onk finish, pol-
iHhril floors, Ipo<l«><J glass windows,
onnmelcr] fireplace; built-in buffet;
flumb wulter; pnrcnlnln bath; t> largt
room«: Inrge lot, prarden, lawn, near
car line, 1 block from Flguero^.
R A. Bt'RTON REALTY CO.,
4H-118 Laiifrhiln ltldg.
Hojme 7<lf»7_.. .Phoney. . .Main 471 1.
FOR ~BALB-Tr66m ""MODERN COT-
tnßp, with six choice large lots; supei b
view; In beautiful So. Hollywood, In
tho heart of greatest rn.il estate activity
In Los Angeles county, nnd activity in
this locality has Just commenced; get
In middle of stream; If you buy this
fine property you will make money;
free gas nml all abovo property for $2800.
Owner. IIENTHAM A- FAHSWORTH.
&27 Chamber of Commerce.
I' OK SALE— G-ROOM COTTAGE CLOBI3
In on Crocker St., very attrac-
tively finished and arranged,
nnd having all modern conven-
ience!.. Tho nearness of this
property to the business dis-
trict makes It especially valu-
able. Price $3200. Easy terms
arranged. JONES * RYDER
LAND CO., 218 W. Third St.
FOR WALK— DARCAIIVS
Read our other ad carefully, then
If you want a HOMK and an IWKST-
MBNT see us. We have many others
If none of theso suit you. Call and
M. I-. McKKKVEII or S. S. KINK,
Merchants Trust 00. Bldg.. 207 S.
Broadway. Member L. A. R. B.
Phones 05 OS or Main 3058.
"WE NEVER MISKEPItESKIVT."
NEW, MODERN .--ROOM COTTAGE
?2200 — .fil.-.1l CASH.
This now, modern, five-room eo<-
tage is located near Vernon and
Compton aye.; shades, screens, light-
Ing fixtures, mantel, cooling closets,
etc. The street Is graded and oiled
cement curb and cement walks. Easy
NF.KDIIAM A MrGREGOn,
303-1 Fay rtlds?.. cor. 3d and Hill sts.
FOR SALE-S.VW CASH AND $30 MONTH~
ly. new 5-room modern cottage In south
part of city; has combination fixtures,
cement walks, lot fenced. Can give Im-
mediate possession: house never occu-
pied. Apply to A. W. HOLWAY, 211
Grant bldg Home 1933: Main 4570.
5-room furnished cottage, 150 feet off
Seventh street. 300 feet from Westlake
park; east front; three car lines. Price,
and terms. Inquire owner on premises.
717 CARONDELET ST.. Home 6167.
A FINE INCOME PROPERTY.~RENTS
for $75 per month, on vVlnfiold street,
near Wept Eleventh street car line. Soo
us. ENGLISH. DARKEY & CO., 123 S.
FOR SALE— SIOO0 — HOUSE AND LOT.
723 Stewart street, one-half block
south of Seventh, five blocks west of
City Late nnr Lanat
FOR SALE- ~~~
VERMONT AVENUE SQUARE.
On Vermont and Vernon, in the pret-
tiest residonco section In the city. .
The street improvements are first-
class; there is a beautiful park in th"
center of the tract.
Lots $C5O vp — very easy terms.
Special Inducements to thoso who will
build at once.
CHAS. McKENZIB CO..
Home 5002. Main 6561. 409 H. W. Mell-
man building, L. A. R. B.
BUY LOTS IN BOYLE «:HS
Where things aro humming right
now, now car lines entering all ovoi ;
Huntlngton buying right and left for
subdivisions If you are looking for
a good Investment buy a lot where
you can make big money. We have
the very thing for you; largo lots in
delightful location from $lr,o up, be-
tween 2 car lines, 5 cents fare. It
you wunt to make good money see us
Tlhe Greater Los Angeles
433 Iluntlngton Bldg.
$560 WILL BUY A NICE LARGE
LEVEL IX)T ON HUDLONC, AVi;.. 63
xlt!8 FEET TO A 12-FT. ALLEY, IM-
PROVED WITH CEMENT WALK.
AND CURB. GRADED AND OILED
STREET AND WATER PIPED TO
REAR OF LOT. ONE BLOCK FROM 2
ELECTRIC LINES, OLIVE TREES
BETWEEN CURB AND WALKS,
AND HEARING FRUIT TREES ON
THE LOT; AN IDEAL HOME SITE;
TERMS IF DESIRED.
HUGHES & PECKHAM,
HO.-.- 6-7 UNION TRUST BLDG.
IIUY LOTS IST IIOVM: lIUIUItTS.
Wheru things are humming right
now; new car lines entering all over;
Iluntlngton buying right and left for
subdivisions If you ure looking for
a good investment buy a lot wiieio
you can make big money. We have
the very thing for you; large lots in
d«llghtful location from $150 up, bo-
tween 2 car lines, i cents faro. If
you want to make good money see us
rill! <;hi:ati:h i.os amihiks
433 Huiittngton Bldg.
BICi LOT BAIIUAIJV
■ftTft Mii Kin .
ON BAN I'MIIIO NTIIKKT,
Just south of new big car shops,
6 blocks from city park.
Htreot work und walks all done
and paid for.
aiftO UICI.OW Till'! MAIIKKT.
Handy to car now, and another
lino just building.
OWMOU, room 311, 218 B. Hdway.
FOB BALE— FOIt '
ainuu rnrb— iTwo' lots on W. 20th
St., inmr Arlington. These ure ohoica
lots and the cbeapeet tn tho locality.
aiTRO— Lot on Hobart boulevard.
ar.MMt-.Lol on East 15th m.
sun— Lot In lliubcrt & Butter-
north's Adams street tract.
O. H. JOKias, 117 B. Broadway.
FOR SALE- "
Oxford, just south of liith street; eatt
front, 50x114. two feet above sidewalk.
JONES * RYDER LAND CO..
I'iB West 'i'hira BL-««U
City Lota ana Lands
THE MAN FROM MISSOURI
Myl that THE MCCARTHY COM*
PANY'3 FRUIT ACRES TRACT IS
THE PRETTIEST place at lowent '.
prices for the big roomy lots In,
around or about I/ob Angeles. If you
am from Missouri, enmo nnd sen for
yourself. Urnnch offlon R725 Central
AvPtlUe, *nd of Central avenue nnr
line. Main offlcn In our own build-
lnjr, 203 North Hronrtwny.
the McCarthy company.
A Beautiful Tract in
We are jt.st now putting on the mar-
ket one of tho prettiest tracts In Holly-
wood. Having bought this 2fi scren a
yonr ago at the prevailing prices at that
time, wo ore enabled to offer
50-Rot Lots with Graded,
Graveled amd Oiled S'reets,
at $500 aid Up, Sit Mated
Between the Two Car Lines.
And only a few blocks from the new
Sea us at onco about either tract.
Ross <§k LDodsey
314 H. \V. Hellman Building.
Fhones— Main 4522, Home 76tC!.
Office closed on Sundays.
The tracts mat are sur* to treble In
value Inside of one year; hundreds ot
houses being erected; best soil, iturest
water, best car service and nearest In
property fot the money In Greater Los
Angeles We can sell choice lot* at $450
and up on easy Installments. What
we have done for hundreds of
others we wlli do for you Befor*
buying tnku East 12th street and Hoo-
per avenue cars south on Spring str«»t
to 46th and Ascot aye or 51st and Ascot
aye Agents them at all times Office
open Sundays Headquarters for V*«r-
non real estate For maps and full In-
CRIDER S HffllTON
22i> W. SECOND Sf. .
BEAUTIF1 T L OCCIDENTAL PARK.
120 FEET WIDE,
RUNNING NORTH FROM
AND JUST A FEW BLOCKS
SEE THIS BEAUTY SPOT
MINES & FARISH,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
315 S. HILL ST.
$575. $.S7!i. • $575.
LARGE CORNER LOT, WITH A
NORTH AND EAST FRONT, FACINO
ON BUDLONG AYE., IN THE GROW -
INC, SOIITHWEeT, NEAR TWO
ELECTRIC LINES; SIZE 65x168
FEET TO A 12-FT. ALLEY; IM-
PROVED WITH NICE FRUIT TKISES.
4-FT. CEMENT SIDEWALK AND
CURB, GRADED AND OILED
STREETS. WATER PIPED TO THE
REAR OF LOT IN LARGE MAIN;
FINE LOCATION FOR A HOME;
EASY TERMS. . COME QUICK.
HUGHES ft PECIvHAM,
1105-6-7 UNION TRUST BLDG.
HOMF 5373. MAIN 3221.
CHOICE AND CHEAP.
FOR SALE— TAKE SLAUSON JUNC-
TION CAR GOING SOUTH ON MAIN
ST. AND GET OFF AT 3«TH ST. MR.
FRANK ROCKWELL WILL MEET
YOU THERE AND SHOW YOU THE
CHOICEST CLOSE-IN LOTS IN THE
CITY, ON EASY TERMS IP DESIRED.
A FEW BUSINESS LOTS ON COMP-
TON AYE. AT $MW EACH AND RESI-
DENCE LOTS STILL CHEAPER ON
29TM ST. TO SEE IS TO BUY. SHOW
MR. ROCKWELL THIS AD. AND
TAKE SMALL DEPOSIT WITH YOU
TO HOLD LOTS YOU SELECT. GUS
B. HILL, WITH STRONG & DICKINc
•SON. 135 S. BROADWAY. PHONES,
MAIN AND HOME. .1378.
FOR SALE— BUY IN THE WESTKRN
avenue section between Wilshlre boula-
vard and Hollywood; destined to be th«
choicest residence section of the city;
new 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
60-ft. front, on Improved streets at prices
from $450 up. Terms In some cases as
low as JfiO down, balance monthly. Take
Colegrove car to Western avenue, to our
branch office and Investigate fully.
CHARLES S. MANN.
J25 West Fourth St.
Branch* office— Western Avenu* and
Colegrove car line.
$57&-LARGE LEVEL LOT WITH A.
NORTH FRONT ON IDA AYE. ONK
BLOCK FROM TWO CAR LINES.
SIZE 100x185 TO A LARGE ALLEY.
IMPROVED WITH ALL MODERN
CITY IMPROVEMENTS. BEARING
FRUIT TREES. WATER PIPED TO
REAR OF IiOT; GOOD LOCATION;
NEAR BUDLONG AYE.: EASY
HUGHES & PECKHAM,
UO5-OS-07 Union Trust Bldg.
Home 5373. Main 3221.
FOR" SALE-ACREAGE FOR SUBDIVf.
h/oii. 1 have v. tine piece of nice level
land consisting of 39 acres and fronting
on Florence aye. just south of the city.
A 3.1-h.ii. pumping plant with plenty
ot water and other Improvements. This
land can be subdivided to good advan-
tage and ready sule for the lota. The
new proposed Moneta uve. car line will
pu«s close to the property. For terms
and other Information see J. A. MOH-
LAN & CO.. 2tt!-3 Fay bldg.
Fourteen of tho flnoat lots on Figueroa
street, each having a frontage of 50 feet
and ii depth of Hail; lots ua deep us thesu
itre worth $000, and we aro only unking
FINLI3Y & NORRIB.
341 South Hill Btreat. , '
$3000 ' • ...
Oolden, -40xl3f>. a few blocks from center
of business district, an admirable Im-u.
Him for mi apartment or* flat; this vulito
should be Investigated.
JONUS * RYDIOR I.AND CO..
. 218 Weat Third Htrwt.
KOR SALE— S32O BACH-ONE-TWIRI)
each, balance $10 a month; 00x120 each.
Near Munset boulevard, only one block
In. m Uikr Shore avt. ■MildM
XV. 11. OBKAR.
408-9-10 Johnson Bldg.
V. P. Gilbert, Mir. Lot Department.
City Lots and Lands
F. H. ROBINSON SCO.
Absolutely tho best bargain In Lob
Angelos county, fift acres of the fam-
ous Oov. Pico rnnch, 44 acres l« 12-
yonr-old soft shell walnuts, nettina
owner $100 per ncro. This beautiful
froporty In located 10 miles *>a«t of
he city, 20 mlnuten' ride on Bn.lt Ijjko
rnnd; abundance of water. Perpetual
right. We fun deliver this masnin-
ctnt property for $400 ft acre.
Rtrawbrrry Park land. Huy n
home. Why pny n high price fWr a
ctty lot when wo can sell you 5 acres
of flno garden or alfalfa land ,At
Strawberry park for Irss money.
Domestic and Irrlgntlon wa.ler In
abundance). Nothing bettor In Call-
fornli. Two cur lines, in minutes
service, 30 'tnlnufps 'from' the court
house; $200 to <32fi an acre, 1-8 cash.
For Rent— One of the best looo-
acre stock and arhln ranch In Smith-
cm California; 3-yea.r lease Riven.
$100— We cansell you a. Relinquish-
ment on 160 acres of government land
for $100; land In the artesian belt and
A sevnn-rnorn cottage on Btminton
aye., near Wanhlngton; $2200, $«0«
cash, balance monthly, like rent.
A «-room cottairn on north Rldo of
T^nsblngton on Btaunton; a beuuty
for $2000; terms.
A e-room cottago on CJoldon av<«.,
at Long Soa.cb. ono block from tin
beachj furnished, piano, etc.; $3000,
400 head of No. 1 rniigu ca.ttle.
Plenty feed, plenty water; freu range.
F. H. HOHINSON &. CO.,
326-7 Copp nirig. -.•'••>, 5
AT A BARGAIN.
CHOICEST CORNER .
JUST WI3BT OF
IN • '; ' ■ , :
BEAUTIFUL "WILSHIRE PLACE."
■ MINES &~FARISH,
315 S. HILL ST.
Acreage . for $200, close to 2 car
lines, just a little oueslde the city
limits, In the southwest, fine, soli,
level land nnd lots ot water. You
can enjoy tho luxuries of a country
home close to the city on a 5-acre
piece on very easy terms. This Is
positively tho best thing ever put
on tho market. Better see about thU
Tine Greater Los Angeles
' 433 Huntlngton Bldjr.
. A CHOIOE LOT
FRONTING EAST~AND THE PARK.
BEST LOCATION IN THE "
MINES & FARISH,
316 S. HILL ST.
—- — .
HIGH LKVKL LOT R0X162, CLOSE
TO VERMONT AVENUE CAR LINK.
ALL IMPROVEMENTS IN AND PAID
FOR. BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN
VIEW. GET ON THE HIGH
GROUND ABOVE THE FROST AND
FOG WHERE YOU WILL NOT BE
WASHED OUT WHEN IT RAINS
VERY EASY TERMS AND THE
PRICE ONLY $200.
HOME 8105 MAIN 2543
KM II, KIRTH, OWNER,
411-417 LAUGHLIN BLDG.. 315 S.
»373 ' ' : ~"
100x1*4 fket egpnUA
LARGE LEVEL LOT WITH CE-
MENT WALKS AND STREET IM-
PROVEMENTS COMPLETE: ON
HIGH GROUND. ABOVE FROST AND
FOG; NEAR VERMONT AVENUE
ll* THE SOUTHWEST
CLEAR TITLE AND EASY TERMS.
EMIL FIRTH, OWNER.
HOME. 8105. MAIN 2543
411-417 LAUGHLIN BLDG., 315 8.
Acreage for $209, close to 2 car
lines, Just a little outside the city
limits, in the southwest, fine soil,
lovel land and lots of water. You
can enjoy the luxuries of a country
homo close to the 'city on a o-acre
piece on very easy terms. This Is
positively the ■ best thing: ever put
on the market. ■ Better see about this
at on-?*. . ;." ' .' ■■ .* ■ ,: ■'.' .: • ' •
THE IiHKITBH LOS ANGELES
433 Huntlngton Bide:. '
FOR SALE —
$325 $325 $325
LARGE LEVEL LOT,' BIZK 50x185 .
' TO A 12-FOOT ALLEY; IMPROVED
WITH 4-FOOT CEMENTSIDEWALK,
CURB, GRADED AND OILED
STREET; WATER PIPED TO THE
REAR OF LOT IN LARGE MAIN;
COVERED WITH FRUIT TREES;
LOCATED ON TWO. ELECTRIC
LINES IN TIIK GROWING SOUTH-
WEST. TERMS REASONABLE. ■
HUGHES & PECKHAM,
1105-6-7 UNION TRUST BLDG.
HOME 5373. MAIN 3221.
$42»-FINE CORNER LOT ON BUD-
LONG AYE., WITH A NORTH AND
EAST FRONT. SIZE 50x165 TO A 12-
FT. ALLKY. IMPROVED .WITH
SHADE AND FRUIT TREES;- CE-
MENT WALKS AND CURBS. -.GRAD-
ED AND OILED STREETS. WATER
PIPED TO REAR OF LOT IN LARGE
MAIN; BEAUTIFUL .MOUNTAIN
VIEW. PART CASH, BALANCE
HUGHES & PECKHAM.
110T.-00-07 Union Trust\Bl<!g. ■
Home 5373. ' ■■ ■■ -Main 5221.
Aranalioe, near Ninth St. •■.'■..
Eust front. KTixUJ, three feet
above grade, high-class restric-
tions; thlH is situated In the
best residence section of the
city, ami bi-st valuo In West-
moreland tract, .. '
JONEB & RYDER LAND CO..
218 Went Third Street.
FOR ttALE — REAL ESTATE —WE
havo for sale, at low llgures, a num-
ber of choice lots In West Adams
Heights, on tliii finest boulevurdu.
These lota aro locuted near some of
the mont elegunt rVsidonues In Lou
AngrelcH, und will command much
Kroutor prices In the very near
future. WIBLER, MOORE & CO., 383
South Hill etreet. .
TOR BALK — "BUY IN THE HILLB!*
Lots $500 to $1000, on Installments;
picturesque- locution lv the hills out
Highland Park way; near cari'gooti
building restrictions. 1,. i»l. I'RATT,
608 l>-uiKhllii UlUy. Member L. A.
I'OR HALE— SSSO. "~
Lot 50x175 to alley, southwest, Uni-
vemlty district, near 4bth and Ver-
mont aye.; hnndy to 4 car Hues.
W. H, OHKAIt. 408-ft-10 Joliiihoii bl.ls
WfcJ HAVE BOMB) FINK CITY LOTS AT
a bargain. ' 8«e ut. ENGLISH. DAR.
MJI" 1 CO.. 1- South Broadway,