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PAR qaic
Suburban Property
F, H. ROBINSON S CO.
BULLETIN
Walnuts! Walnuts! WaliratsJ
Walnut orclinrds netting <l°o r r r
nni'p; nnfi thrifty tiers: no Miirht;
flbmidAnre of tvnt.«T undoiutcijr rrp<>.
romo and «c<! tills: n, rnro opportun-
ity, for a short tlmo, only $500.
Wo itro agent a for
Innds; cornft and buy a linmo; abiinii-
nnro of water; two cur lines. Only
i2OA lo $.12. r > p(<r aero.
If you wntit n nloo liomfi In the city,
Inrgo or nmnll, rrnnn nnd bpo us.
V. 11. HoniNBON ft CO..
_^ 82«-7 Copp Bldg.
n Km BALK— ACRBAOH FOR BUBDIVI" I
SION. I
Twenty neres for utibdlvlslon. Tho I
|flnr>«t |>lcofl of Innfl ndjnltiing thn city j
llmltf, jiiMt smith of Btnu*on nvr-ntio '
nnd on the propoH^d Monota car lino,
nt n bargain. This plncn fronts on
one of the principle Htreetß nml cuts
up to nplctulld ndvnntnw. linn pump.
Imr plant nnd otlirr Imiirovomfnts ni-
rpnily to Kiibtilvldo nnd ready Tor the
murktit. All thn adjoining lands held
at from $1200 to $1800 per nnr«. This
I* ii bnrgaln nnd rnn be had nt Hi is
price only (luring this week. Adjoin-
ing Inndfl nil subdivided nnd wtll bo
pinned on the market In tho next few
o> "' J. A. MORGAN & CO.,
202-203 Pny building. >
•ritRFB MTT,TC3 KUOM CITY MMITH,
lilnlily Improved, $5,100; ono-half chbli
balance terms to suit. Soo us Monday.
So. Cal. Real Estate
Investment Co.
001 Paclflo ISlnctrlc building,
2100— Until Phonos— 2loo.
iTaCRKS OhfwiTsTKRN AVI3.— CL.OHK
In; good, lnvrl land; nrlco $230 per acre",
It-HH thun any adjoining aerengo- 'I his
wtll mako you some monoy In a very
short time, and you'd better hurry to
get It.
A. F. WBBS'IER & CO.,
SuS Mnonn Hldg., Cor. 4th nnd Bdwy.
Home 5575, Main 4090.
aTlkalpa and Fruit land for
wile, with nbundunce of water; title
perfect; at prices from $8 to $L's per acre;
HltiiHtcd on tho oast Hldn of Antelope
valley, Los Angole scounty, Callfornln.
r»\\ or writr. 703 FAY 81/DO.. corner of
Third and Hill, Lor Angeles, California.
FOR SALE — ALL KINDS OF STOCK
ranches, large and smull, with or
without stock.
COOPBIt Sc CUDDKBACK,
Room 237. 218 South Broadway.
WH HAVI3 FOR SALE 600 ACRES IN
t Lucky Ualdwln'a ranch, :iear Monrovia
enr lino; price $300 per acre. See us.
ENGLISH, DARNI3Y & CO., 123 South
. Uroadway.
FOR SALIC — HrcVHRAIj FINE LOTS IN
Hollywood, I'nrk l'l.ico, for ssilo. nt a
■ vory rnnsonnbln prlco with easy
ti-rms. VVILSKII, MOORK & CO., 333
South Hill Ht.
FOR SALE — TWO LARGE LOTS IN
Pasadena Vlllti, vory cheap. WILSEH,
MOORK K~. CO.. 333 Hnnth TTIII at.
Orange Groves
lu M. I'HATT. I,AUCIHMN HI, IK;.
"iroarlfiuartois for O ran go Groves."
j Kurnlture
FOR SALE— ALL LINES OF FURNl-
tnre ami household (tonris at rook bot-
tom. Chairs. 60o; rockers, $1.2R: box
couches, S2.W; extonnion tables, $5; 4-
plocis dinner set, $5.75; set knives and
forks, 75c; buffets, $9.75; drossers, $5.75;
2-burnef gnu plalo, $2.25: ovorm, $1.40;
coul and wond stove, $8.50; blacking
case. $1-50; medicine cablnots, Sli.OO;
stands, $l.E>O; $I.s<i cotton top mattress,
. $2.(f1. OVERALL'S. 1i52-(i54 So. Main St..
Stock* and Bonds
JIT. VERNON MINING CO. PAYS REG-
ular monthly dividends. We have great
bargains to offer in Mt. Vernon stock.
See us if Interestod. MOODY & CO.,
453 Huntlngton Hldg.. 6th and Main st.
Miscellaneous
- FOR SALK-XMAfifTIAMONDS CHEAP!
1 ring, Hi k, $lu0; worth $200.
1 ring, 1 k. $75; worth $125.
1 ring, e i k, $(!0; worth $7(1.
1 ring, ".i k, $70; worth $XO.
] ring. U k. $20; worth $30.
1 ring, 20 diamonds, $75; worth $125.
1 ring. 3 diamonds. $15; worth $25.
1 ling. 5 pearls. $25; worth $50.
1 Dr. diamond earrings, $(JOO.
1 pr. diamond earrings, $40.
rnrodeemod goods. UNION LOAN CO.
114 So. Spring So., Room 1. Phone 2669.
FOR SALE— DIAMONDS: THREE OF
tho lincst matched stones In the city;
pure white and absolutely perfect;
weight, about 2Vi k each. These goods
must be sold, and are undoubtedly the
finest goods in the city, and cannot be
duplicated. Will exchango for real es-
tdte. Call and see thorn. UNION LOAN
CO., 11l 8. Spring St. Room 1. Phono 26M).
FOR~ SALE— MILL WORK AND TURN-
* Ing. Turned Hedwood columns $1.00
each. Come! Let us figure your bill.
■ We'll do the business. Largest lum-
ber yard in Los Angeles. Dry stock
Ship any place. NATIONAL LUMBER
COMPANY. IXHh nnd Alameda sts.
Branch office, Uth and Muplo ave.
Foil SaTe^cXrload of 7 "maiT-
thnld rooting." It is the best make, at
only t~W Per 100 sc|. ft. Wo sell every-
thing in the building line ut cut rates.
NATIONAL LUMUEH COMPANY, 20th
and Alnmcda nts. Branch office, 9th
and Maple avenue.
FOR HALE-CARLOAD OF CHICKEN
wire below wholesale price. Only 41!o
per 100 set. feet to January I. Want
to close It out iiulckly. NATIONAL
l.lljlliKll COMPANY, 20th and Ala-
meda sts. Brunch ofllce, !)th and Maple
iivenuc.
FOR SALE-LATH, LATH, LATH. WH
are overstocked with them. Selling nt
any old price until January 1; carloads
a Hpocially. NATIONAL LUMBER
COMPANY, 20th and Alameda sts.
Branch office, 9th and Maplo ave.
F6ITB/rLE-NErW~AND BECONDrHAND
bllllatd and pool Utbles. Bar fixtures at
all kinds; easy payments. Send tor cat-
alogue. TIIW HRUNHWICK-BALKB-
COLLENDHR CO.. O H. Broadway.
Los Angelas.
FOR SALE— A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address BOX 101
Herald. i
BUY BULLFROG BUNDLE. ASK YOUR
broker-
Real estate
MCDONALD & BTOTT,
809-10 Lmikeruhliii Building.
TO BUY.
Owners and dealers In real estate who
lihvo properties for sals or exohangu
will find It decidedly to their advnn*
* tage to come In and have a talk
We can handle property located In
any part of the United States. East-
urn property a specialty.
We have the beat trader In the United
States; It means dollars to you to male*
his acquaintance.
We will give you quick action and
honußt treatment whether you are u
buver or seller; come In and see us.
y McDonald & btott.
304-10 Lankemhlin Bldg ,
Home Phone 47 W.
Sunset Main 4655.
FOH HXC 1 1 A NO K- \VA NT OFFKHB-
tt»OUU— Uuttago; multy fur clear land.
sriuuo— 3 cottages; equity for clear land
ur Ocean I'urk, Hollywood or foothill,
bIDDALL RMALTJf 60.; SOT Copp Bldg.
ilf ll^lllllllMlßlllHllTiliMUllimimilllf 111 '
IMUGATION EXPERT LUCKIEST
- UNLUCKY MAN IN lOS ANGELES
Probably tho liKktrnt unlucky man
In frfw Angeles la It. T». Maxwon r>t
Reno, Nov., serretnry of the: national
Irrigation congress, who arrived yes
terday iitul la a RUPUt ivt the Hnllen
beek hotpl. Mr. Mhxsoh hnft been af
flicted with numerous dlne.nnea and hnn
been through dozens of accidents but
appeared to be In good health lust
night. Six weeks ngo he won run over
by a team of horses Rtid seven of his
ribs were broken. Mo received numer
ous nrulao.s upon the body find a bad
OUt on the bend. He enme to Los An-
Helen for r rest nnd to get a llttlo
sunshine, as ho expresses it.
"I have hnci every dlnease known
t(l mankind," snld the colonel, as he
to fnmlllarly known, "and have been
hit by everything but nn automobile
find lam fighting shy of them. I never
aid like the things, but a friend of
mine Influenced me to take a ride in
hln onre assuring me that he had per*
feet control over It. All went well un
til we got home and had run It Into
the shed. He got out nnd was fooling
with the machinery when something
went wrong. It Jumped clear through
a wall, throwing the bricks In every
direction. That was enough for me.
"I wns In three wrecks on the Santa
Ft- In one week, and was In an Owl
train a couple of years ago when
twenty-nine persons were killed. I es
caped without a scratch. Another time
I took some of the children sleigh
riding and the team ran away. I didn't
get hurt much. Had an arm broken,
but It soon got well.
"A team ran over me about six
weeks ago and broke seven of my
BEGIN RACE TRACK FIGHT
Mass Meeting Held In First Congrega.
tlonal Church— Petitions Ready
for Circulation
The first movement In the campaign
against Ascot park and similar insti
tutions In the county was made last
night when a mass meeting was held
at the First Congregational church.
Police Commissioner Lee C, Gates was
the principal speaker and dwelt on
Ascot park and Us evils. Judge C. D.
Wilbur addressed the audience on
"Political Education," and J. E. Kemp
spoke of the Civic league and its ob
jects.
A petition was circulated 1 at the meet
ing which was signed freely. The peti
tion ia to the effect that Ascot park be
abolished, and when 12,000 names are
secured it will be presented to the
county board of supervisors.
TO CtmiS A COI.D IN ONE] DAT
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists refund monoy if It fails
to cure. K. W. GROVE'S signature Is
on each box. 25c.
When you cannot »Ip«p for roughing,
Inko Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
will allay tho Irritation of the throat and
mako rest and sleep possible.
See dlsplny In windows of Tho Herald.
CHRISTMAS PROBLEMS
Solved. You can givo no more valu-
able, sensible and appropriate Christ-
mas present to n. son, daughter, brother,
sister, friend, than a
IVOODBITIIY SCHOLARSHIP.
The Woodbury training Is modern,
vital, effective. It gives to young peo-
ple, an impetus and a success-Inspira-
tion that will last forever. Soo about
it today. Koine 1S50; Main 2305.
SOtl S. HII:li MT., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
B>J|g|Er The Largest Business
f/&§fjgl College in Los Angeles
' 953-5-7 W. 7th St.
PENMANSHIP
Failures elsewhere succeed here. It's the
TEACHER— It's the SYSTEM. Visit ono
of our Inrpo classes. Ages 12 to 62, 501
Currier Bide. Home 2196: Main 6676.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA n■*
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND,
«M 3 GHAND *.V£. LOS ANOCLBH. CAL.
EDUCATIONAL
FOrTsALE— A SCHOLARSHIP IN^ THE
Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address BOX 106
Herald.
tt, , fcFOR SALE3 — STORE
IfjaWHJBWjwJBrAM) TWO LOTH AT
m ii TiTi ninMiw """"" T "-"-~" only
TiiatHlolUtiUl'llfar Inplcwood is going
WMWy ahead. New tracts
are bold bwforo open-
Ing day. My client forced to soil under
foreclosure of a promissory note. It
must bn tukeu quick.
Splendid store, built 2 yours ago, some
hardware stock and best of fixtures.
Clear title, but must be sold for cash
to release. This Is just what you urn
looking for. Big trade, and Inglmvood
In forging ahoad wonderfully. Worth
all of $3000, but must bo sold. $2SOO will
buy It.
EDWIN ALDERSON. 126 S. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
FOR BALK OR EXCHANGE — ~~
Stock of groceries, general mer-
chandise, hay and feed, horses,
wagons, harness, everything needed
for carrying on business; business
$100 dally; two lots and buildings all
for $4000; alsn groceries, hardware,
paints, etc., lease; rent $20 per month.
A money maker, old stand; both are
exceptional bargains. See, $8600.
UENTHAM & FARNSWOUTH,
527 Chamber of Commerce.
' BEN WHITE
Will Exchange
your propel tyi uuineuse bargains; ap-
ply at once. SatUtfactlou antl quick re»
suits. Member Realty Board. 301-5 DRY-
BON ULOCii, 2d and Spring aU.
FOR BALU CHEAP, OR UXCHANUK
for residence — Large vacant loto on
South Klgueroa. WISLEIt, MOOItE <i
.-CO., 353 South Hill »t.
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE fOUW
property, any location. LacKo list la
select from. MAXON UKALTY CO.,
IH-U5 Btlnißon Hldg.
FOH BALE-A SCHOLARSHIP IN THH
Los Angeles College of Fin* Arts, *t
a very low figure. Addreaa IiOX Iw
Herald.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1905.
ribs so that they pressed upon my
lungs and rut me In a few places.
I cannot tnko n, res! long breath yet,
but t think a few weeks of thla sun
shine will fix me out nil right."
"Do you carry an accident policy?"
wns Rsked.
"1 did once," he replied, "but they
refused to give me any money when
J Wflfl hurt. I have had about all of
the accidents thnt are coming to me,
except a collision with nn automo*
bile, and I always keep an eye out.
for them so they will have a hard
time getting me."
The colonel says that fate has pur
sued him and tried to take his Job
away from him. One dry season he
visited a number of places to see about
irrigation and It rained every place
he went,
Mr, Mnxson stated last night that the
work that the government Is doing In
Irrigating the arid lands of Nevada
Is doing much for the state and that
the Truokee-Carson Irrigating system
will bring thousands of people to Ne
vada to live permanently. It has a
different effect than the opening of
mines, for the miners take the wealth
from the ground and depart, leaving
nothing but a hole In the earth.
He Is now preparing a report to the
governor of the state of Nevada upon
the model Irrigated farm which he has
selected along the route of the Salt
Lake road. It will be beautifully Illus
trated with half tones of scene? on
the farm.
The next Irrigation congress will be
held at Boise, Idaho, In September,
1006.
TROOPSCAPTURED
BY INSURGENTS
(Continued from Fhi One.)
leaving their dead. The latter were
have a regimental organization and are
well armed with military rifles and
bayonets.
TO PROTECT GERMANS
Decision to Send Vessels Is Consid.
ered Significant
By Associated Press.
BERLIN, Dec. 18.— Tho decision of
Chancellor yon Buclow with the ap
proval of the emperor to send German
steamers to ports of the Runmlan halt ie
provinces and bring away the Germans
who are in danger of their lives is re
gnrded as a most important act. The
optimism hs to the outcome of the
Russian disturbances seems to be
shaken.
The Lokal Anzeigcr, usually most
careful of what it says in matters con
cerning the government, asserts that
other measures than Rending ships to
Baltic ports have been considered by
the government, but the paper adds that
none of them appears necessary at
present.
Insurgents In Control
By Associated Press.
DORPAT, Dec. 16.— The southern part
of Livonia and the greater part of
Courland sire completely in the posses
sion of the insurgentH. The military
are still much too feeble to cope with
the situation. The region between
Riga and Wenden Is a wilderness. The
buildings on all tho estates have been
burned and plundered. A number of
German barons and families are held
prisoners by the insurgents.
German Steamer Sails
By Associated Press.
KOBNINGSBURG, Prusßla, Dec. 18.
—The German steamer Wolga sailed to
day for Riga to bring away German
subjects whose lives are endangered.
Martial Law In Poland
By Associated Press.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 18.— Martial
law has been declared in several dis
tricts of the government of Poland.
Guard for Americans at Moscow
By Associated Press.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 18.—Am
bassador Meyer has requested the
authorities to place at the disposal of
the American consul at Moscow protec
tion for Americans In case of an
emergency.
DEATHS OF THE DAY
Rev. Dr. J. B. Simmons, New York
By Associated PreES.
NEW YORK, Dec. 18.— Rev. Dri
James B. Simmons, a trustee of Brown
university and formerly secretary of
Baptist Home Missions, died yesterday,
aged 78.
He held long pastorates In Provi
dence, . Indianapolis and rhiliiilolphin,
and for many years was pastor of the
old Trinity Baptist church in New
York.
Dr. Simmons was very active In es
tablishing schools for freedmen In th»
south, nnd Simmons college, Abilene,
Texas, la named after him. On the
grounds of this college the body will
be burled. . .
Luther Fillmore, Oakland
By Associated Press.
OAKLAND, Dec. 18.— Luther Fill
more, former superintendent of tho
South Pacific Coast (nurrow gauge)
railroad, between Oakland and Sunta
Cruz, died today at the age of 79 years,
Fillmore was a pioneer In railroading
In the United States. He was born at
Fayetteville, N. Y. At the age of 21
years ho built the Syracuse & Blng
hamton railroad and In 1848 built the
Erie canal.
Fillmore spent the last year of hla
life at Laramie, Wyo., where he had
largo cattle interests.
» ■ m
Will Probe Naturalization Frauds
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 18.— Tho new
federal grand jury met and organized
today. According to United States
District Attorney Devlin purticular at
tention will be paid to the naturaliza
tion fraud cuses. Action will also be
taken upon the recent act declaring the
giving of rebate by corporations a
penal offense. Attorney Devlin nay*
that he does not know what policy will
be pursued, but states that prosecu
tions will be vigorous.
BUILDING PERMITS
Superintendent Backus yesterday ls
lued building permits as follows:
Western avenue, 1934— P001e & Jones,
218 West Third street, owners; J. A.
Carlson, builder; twu-story, eight-room
frame residence: $3750.
Dorchester street. 2955— Albert 12. Khsli
rlck, Hoxbury street, owner; William
Kuichl'iclieu, bulldar; move ouu-aiury
frame residence; $50.
Evergreen street. 1002— Jonathan M.
Button, 781 Kuhler street, owner; Ira O.
To Our New Trad
Will Be Run Every Hour From Our Office Until
Opening Day, Monday, December 25th
But Don't Wait for It!
Fair Warning! Go Out Today!
T started with a rush. Ninety thousand dollars sold a week in advance
of our opening day. Real estate men and investors are buying. Home-
seekers and builders, bankers and brokers, everybody is looking to
beautiful Hollywood, the fairest of them all.
Indications are that it will be closed out before the opening day, as was
the case with our Highland Park Tract. 340 50-FOOT LOTS extending '
from Santa Monica Boulevard to Sunset Boulevard.
From $400 to $850
On liberal payments. Building restrictions. All modern street improve-
ments. SOMETHING DOING CHRISTMAS DAY!
Office at 225 West Second Street open Sunday and every day to issue
free tickets. Agents on Tract to show property and make reservations.
Take any Colegrove car north on Spring Street and get off at Gower Street.
FOR MAP SEE
WOMEN ABOUT READY TO BUI
HUSBANDS' CHRISTMAS CIGAES
"No, it's not quite time for the wo
men to begin buying their husbands
those 83 cents a hundred Perfecto ci
gars," said the tobacconist. "You see,
it's this way: Along about three days
before Christmas Mrs. Wife suddenly
wakes up to the fact that she has not
bought anything for her husband's
Christmas.
"She goes over her list. 'There's that
beautiful red leather bound book of
Browning's poems that 'I bought for
Sister Lizzie back; In Smallvlllo, Ind.
I know that she will like it, for red Is
her favorite color.
" 'Then that smoking jacket that I
got ut such a bargain for father; I
know he never smokes, but ha might
begin some day and then the Jacket
would come -in handy.
" 'That duck of a safety razor that
I bought for Brother Hiram— ho never
shaves himself, but maybe that will
stimulate his curiosity and he will
learn.
" 'Oh, yes; what shall I buy for
John? John has been a good husband
Trlekey, builder: one-story, four-room
frame residence: $175.
Third street. Kit Kast-Brldgot C. Clak
ety, at lot. owner; Roscoe C. l<errell.
builder; uddltlon to one-story frame resl-
Twenty-second street, 12110 East— Los An
geles Investment and Trust company. "J'7
South Hill street, owner and builder:
ona-story, nve-room frame residence: $1000.
Twenty-second street, 1734 East— Los
Angeles Investment and Trust company,
337 South Hill Btreot. owner and builder:
one-story, nve-room framo residence: $1000.
Wright street, 1355-67-Paullne Scholz, 740
Crocker Htreet. owner; Thomns Ford.
builder: two-story, twenty-room frame
fl Twenty?flfth street. 1781 West-William
Ward, 831 Kast Twenty-seventh street,
owner and builder: one-story, six-room
frame residence: $1500. ...
Twenty-fifth street, 1779 West-William
Ward. 831 Kust Twenty-seventh street,
owner and builder; two-story, seven
room frame residence; laxX). „;„.,„
Twenty-llfth street, 1783 West-William
Ward, 831 Kaßt Twenty-seventh stroet,
owner and builder: one-story, six-room
frame resldenco; $1500.
Hill street, 742 South-It. C. Owens, at
lot, owner: William Kurshlchn, builder;
repairs to frame residence; $150.
Fiftieth street. 1257 Etut-llamlrton 11.
Walker, 4945 Domlnguei avenue, owner
and builder; two-story, nine-room frame
residence; $900.
Moultun avenue, «51-Paul Pyahler. 635
Moulton avenue, owner and builder; one
"cfficSS".^*. 513 South-O. P.' Her
man, Big Chicago street, owner and
builder; one-story, four-room frame resl-
Thiirty-elKhth street, 1200 Wcst-C. A.
to me and I must get him something
nice.'
"So she goes* down town and sees
somo perfectly Bwell-looking cigars
with red and gold life preservers
around them.
" 'Fine!' " she thinks. 'I just know
that John loves a good cigar and one
can tell to look at those that they
are good.'
"So she buys a hundred of them at
what seems to her to be an awful
price, and she never suspects that she
has not accumulated a bunch of tho
real Havana ropes.
"John looks meek when she passes
out tho bunch of bad smells to him
on Christmas morn, and when ho gets
a chance he throws them in the alley
and fills the box with real cigars.
"But, as I said. It's too «arly in the
week. About tomorrow when the
madam gets her Christmas money re
duced to about one dollar she conies
drifting In and buys a bundle of homo
destroyers.
"What? Are they to smoke? Don't
ask such foolish questions. Would you
smoke 'em? Well, that's the answer."
Scovel, 1181 West Thirty-eighth street,
owner and builder: one-story, six-room
frame residence: $2300.
Waterloo stroet, 845-W. C. Ingllng. 348
North Hoover street, owner nnd builder;
one-story, five-room frame residence; $1000.
Lee street, 1009 — 15. A. Burltngame, at
lot, owner and builder: one-story, three
room frame residence: $300.
Compton avenue, 4510— V. W. Sans, 4500
Compton avenue, owner and builder; one
story feed and fuel frame building; $260.
Live Oak street. 3458— C. W. Comstoe'r.
401 Wont Thirty-eighth street, owner: 11.
F. Webb, builder; one-story, live-room
frame residonce; $476.
Brighton avenue. 3003— J. Burrls Mltchel
company, 320 Douglas building, owner an>i
builder; two-story, seven-room frame
Flower "street. 1719 South— Charles For
man, at lot, owner; W, H. Grlftln, builder;
addition to a two-story framo residence;
$1600 '
La Salle avenue. 2937— 5. F. Sloan. 031
West Ninth Btreet, owner and builder:
one-story, seven-room frame residence;
$2000.
Fifty-sixth street. 1433 East— Mrs. Mary '
Gibhart, 320 Knslgn avenue, owner;
Charles F. Kendall, builder: one-story,
fuur-rm.m frame residence; $225.
Thirtieth street. 2281 West— lt. N. Lam- 1
berth. 2205 Went Thirtieth street, owner
and builder; two-story, seven-room frame
'llobart' boulevard. 2938— C. 11. Abbott
and 11. 15. Jones, 1342 West Washington,
owners and builders; one-story, six-room
frame residence; $2000.
Kustluke avenue, 538 South— John Her-
Inicton, 3203 East Mulu street, owner and
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HIGHWAYMAN MISSES BOOTY
Holds Up Prominent Physician and
Rifles Pockets, but Fails to Find
Major Part of Valuables
Dr. J. W. Jauch was held up and
robbed by single bandit of $33 in silver
and gold while returning from a cull
on Twenty-second Btreet shortly after
11 o'clock last evening on Toberman
street, between Washington nnd Six
teenth streets. In his haste the foot
pad overlooked a valuable watch, a dia
mond ring, valued at $-50, and a stick
pin and $5.05 in money.
As Dr. Jauch was passing along Tober
man street a man approached him from
in front and suddenly leaped forward,
placed a revolver over the physician's
heart and commanded him to hold up
hla hands. After relieving the doctor
of the money In his Bide and hip
pockets the thief snatched at his watch
chain.
In somo unaccountable manner the
robber broke the chain close to the
watch, which he overlooked. He did
not take notice of the two brilliant
diamonds that the physlclun was wear
ing and missed a $5 bill and v nickel in
the doctor's glove.
After rifling the victim's pockets the
highwayman commanded the doctor to
■walk to Washington street, board a
car and not get off until he reached
the city, at a penalty of his life.
Dr. Jauch informed the officers as
soon as he arrived at the Occidental
hotel.
POLICE RAID LOTTERY GAME
Seven Men Are Captured in the Re.
tort of a Chinese
Gambler
Fatrolm»n McOraw and AVilletta
raided a Chinese lottery at 430 Sanchez
alley last evening and arrested Ah
Lule on the charge of conducting the
game. Seven white men were captured
but none of them had lottery tickets In
their possession arid they were lib
erated.
The officers have been watching this
lottery for game time, but have not
had a good opportunity to enter. Last
evening Lule was careless and left the
rear door open. The officers rushed In
and found the lottery tickets distribu
ted over the floor and table, Lule gave
bond In the sum of $100.
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