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PACIFIC MUTUAL IS NOT AB-
New Insurance Company Will Have
Headquarters In Los Angeles, but
Actuarial Department Is at
Col. Wilbur Ft. Tupper, president ot
(he Conservative Life Innurnnce com
pany, rmcl George I. Cochran, Vice
president of the sttinfi company, have
i)urcha*e<l on bchnlf of themselves nnd
Ihelr nßgoci.'ites a controlling IntereHt.
Ir, the Pacific Mulunl Life Insurance
company of Snit Fr.tttclsco, the object
being to consolidate or amalgamate the
•The purchase of thta controlling In
terest In the I'litilif: Mutual will he
a merger of tha two companies. Ac
cording to Colonel Tupper nnd Mr.
Opehran neither cnmpnny will be ab
nqrbed by the othe». nor will the busi
ness of either bo roIU to the other.
It will be the only life insurance coin
pnny having home ofllces on the Pacific
toast or In the western states.
According to Colonel Tupper and hl»
associates It will be the largest lift-
Insurance merger ever effected In the
United States. Tlio newly consolidated
company claims that In a year's time
they will show Insurance in force of
nearly $100,000,000, assets exceeding
$10,000,000 and a surplus of $1,100,000.
With the exception of the Northwest
ern Mutual of Milwaukee and the
Union Central of Clnclmttl, It will be
the largest compwny In the Unlteci
States not located on the Atlantlo
- Los Angeles as Headquarters
The name ot the new consolidated
company will be the Pacific-Conserva
tive Life Insurance company. The offi
cers will be Col. W. S. Tupper, preal
'dent; ' George I. Cochran, first vice
president and treasurer; John F.
Roche, second vice president, and
actuary; Gall B. Johnson, third vice
president. The appointing of other
officers will follow soon and bo an
The directors of the amalgamated
company will consist of the present
Conservative Life board. The company
will have two homo oftlce centers. The
Pacific Mutual has at present a tine
office ■ building in San Francisco and I
the Conservative Life building Is well
known in Los Angeles. The company's
home office activities will be equally
divided between these two points. Los
Angeles will be known as the princi
pal place of business and the meetings
of the board of directors will be held
here. All policies will be written In
the northern metropolis, since It Ih the
most central point for distribution.
The actuarial department and agency
department will also be located in Sfin
Francisco. Colonel Tupper will spend
half of his time in this city and the
other half In the northern city.
; -£VERY ONE ROBBED WRECK
Farmers, Merchants and Church Mem.
bers All Carted Away Goods With.
•• out Questioning Their Rights' •'
Special to Tho Herald.
WILKESBARRI.:, Pa.. Dec. 26.—Ar
iests are being made through tipper
L»uzerne aud parts of Wyoming county
of a score or more of persons charged
with steuling goods from a wreck which
occurred on the Lehigh Valley railroad,
find the whole country side is aroUßfti
over the sensations which ate dplus
dally made public. Church officiate,
merchants, railroad employes and l'arm
, ers are among the uccused.
Three cars full of dress goods, fancy
goods and imported laces, velvets and
' silks were wrecked near the station at
Palls, a village, twenty miles from
Wllkesbarre. Goods from the broken
boxes and from "boxes which had not
been broken by the wreck were takon
by. the wagonload, wheelbarrowload and
by the armful. Tho wreck occurred at
4 a. m. and before daybreak several
thousand dollars' worth of goods had
been stolen. Some of the thieves took
enough to supply their neighbors, while
many sent goods they <lid not need to
thr-ir relatives and others sold .to mer
Railroad detectives recovered some of
>Ihe plunder by giving out a notification
.that those who returned what they hid
would not be prosecuted. The more
timid did this, while the bolder ones
secreted the goods they had taken and
awaited developments. Tho detectives
' secured evidence from those who re-
Z turned the- goods, impeaching others
who had taken goods, and during the
List few days have been malting arrests
by the wholesale.
• Among those arrested Is a man in
whose potato patch a quantity of the
missing articles was found. A prom
inent, church member living several
miles from Falls was arrested, con
■ i'essed and gave up the stolen property,
und then declared rather than undergo
the disgrace of being arrested he would
kill himself. The detectives then agreed
not to arrest him. A merchant who had
laid in a large stock of the stolen goods
Is among those arrested.
A man who, it is alleged, had hidden
Bilks and velvets under the leaves, to
Kive to his sweetheart, is In custody.
lumbermen, charged with carting
off a wagonload of the goods, have
been arrested, and their father was
arrested charged with receiving stolon
goods. The goods were found hidden
In , their barn and under leaves in the
YALE MEN FOR PHILIPPINES
Three Likely to Get Commissions in
the Regular Army, It
Is Said .
Special to The Herald.
NEW HAVEN, Dec. 26.— Three Yale
men will probably be sent to the Philip
pines as commissioned officers in the
regxilar army. I Capt. Samuel A. .Smoke,
the superintendent ot the Yale dining
hall, said in regard to the desire of
the United States army for studenU,
that he had recommended three, unU
that he though that they would bo
Capt. Smoke Is a graduate of West
Point, and each year of his connection
with the university he has succeeded
In. getting, at least one Yale man Into
the regular army as a commissioned
officer. • They are treated there almost
like graduates of West Point. Capt.
Smoka said that he hopes to get a
number Into the army this year, us ho
considered the openings desirable ones.
Steamer Portland a Total Lois
Hy AntiKlali-d Press.
SKATTI-E, Wumlim »«f. t'fl.-Dls
patchea, to the 'I'iuifS from NUajj way
statu tlni'. Hie Stctliner i'oiU.inil .will
be • v total lo.sk. Tins . Portland went
tihhui-o on Bplre ialunU. niim mllvs Irwn
Ivetchlkan, December 21.'
BOYS RIOT IN THEATER
Yale.Harvard Students Break Up
Show In Boston and Chorus.
Olrl Hit With Glass
Spoclnl to Tho llrr.nld.
NEW YORK, Dec. 2fi.— The members
of 'he "Tiflbex In Toylnnil" compnny.
which opens nn mfrnßPrnent to hIrIH
nt the Arnriotny of Music, rpßrhoil this
city yestordny nflmioon nfter n dis
tressing experience nt the Uoston thea
ter, Tloston, KiUurdfiy nlßht.
A large part of the house hnd been
sold to Ynle nnd Harvnrd ntudentfl,
who fitlPndPd the fuotbnl Rfime fit
Cnmbrlriffe In the nfternoon. The cttr
tnln hnil hnrdly Rono tip before they
boßnn to yell nnd shout ami disturb
both the niKllonic nnd the players. A
little Inter they begun throwing candy
and pen nut* over the footllßhta, nnd
Ihe innnnffers uf the theater ordered
Ihn stupe manager to rush the per
Uy this time pandemonium relßned
and sorißS nnd whole scones were cut
out bodily. This didn't plpnso the
ftttidentfl. Finally, In the second act,
they be^nn n linntbnrdmcnt with paper
Winls, cniiefl, hntu und itrnbrellHß.
The police were tailed hi, but thpy
could not handle Ihe student!*, and at
0:so, when tho performance, which
should have run until ll:io o'clock,
witH nearly Over, Rome one threw a
brer rliirs Into n nnvy of chorui Rlrls.
The RlriHs Kiruvk Allhs Kvn llnrrlßon
over the rlßht pyp, cutting (l gash find
knocking the young woman oft her
fpct. Tv an Instant thrre was a riot
and the curtain huh runw down.
Miss Harrison wus Buffering con
siderable pain when she reachod here
GIRL WANTS RURAL ROUTE
Has Good Horse and Is Used to
Mountain Roads — She Has
Special to Tho lkrald.
PITTSFIBLD, Dec. 2«.— Mlrh Jlar
saret C. Flynn of Becket, a pretty grlr!
of 21 years, series appoint .nvnt as rural
mall rnrrier for the star rout.< to he
established between Becket and Wash
ington; a distance of more than twenty
miles through the wildest portion of the
Miss Flynn has a good horse and
lots of grit. Today she took the civil
service examination for tho position
in competition with two youne men
"I am used to outdoor life," she
said, "and I have driven a horse over
those mountuln roads all my life. I
have looked Into the duties of rural
carrier and I believe If I am appointed
I will be able to do the work as well
as h man.''
Miss Flynn Is one of a large family
of a Uccket farmer.
NOT ALL VACCINATED ON ARM
But, You See, When Big Girls Come
What Is School Principal
Special to The Herald.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J.. Dec. 26.
—At the Middlesex county school board
association's annual meeting Professor
Armstrong, superintendent of New
Brunswick schools, called attention to
the clause of the school laws requir
ing that the principal or teacher must
be satisfied by actual Inspection that
a prospective pupil has been vac
"Wo have many young women can
didates for admission to the higher
classes," said Professor Armstrong,
Vand many of them, though vaccinated,
havt not been vaccinated on the. arms.
What is a teacher to do under such
It was Ihe consensus of opinion that,
examination of pupils in advanced
classes should be made by a physician.
PAYS $750 FOR ONE HEN
Gen. McAlpin Acquires a Flock of
Famous Fowls — Some of the
Gold Medal Variety
Special to The Herald.
ALLENTOWN, Pa., Dec. 26.— W.
Theodore Wltlman, who has won
scores of prizes for brown Leghorn
chickens, has sold his flock of 130 birds
to Gen. 13. A. McAlpin. who will place
them on his stock farm nt Ossining,
N. Y. For one hen Mr. Wittman re
Mr. Wittman has sold his flock of 182
homing pigeons to Colonel Hunter of
Idaho, who came east with Governor
Goodlng for tho launching of the bat
tleship Idaho. Among them Is Elegant,
a cock, which won first prize at tho
NEGRO BECOMES WHITE
Special to The Herald.
NEW CHILEANS. La., Dec. 26.—Cor
ni'lius Vanderbilt Washington, a negro
farm hand at Intrant, Miss., has caused
a furorn by suddenly turning white. He
is 45 yours old, and was born black. He
had a strange Illness, and twelve
years it go nature began purging his
blood of plgament. With tho exception
of small spots on his body his skin is
white. His kinky hair and other negro
characteristics remain. Other negroes
near Durant are also becoming spot
ted. It Is believed they will turn white
In the same manner.
MISSES TRAIN; WINS BRIDE
Special to Tho Herald.
LA POHTK, Ind., Dec. 20.— 8y acci
dentally missing a train at Allegun,
Mich., Henry A. Martins of Platteville,
Wls., has won for his bride Miss Myrtle
Pullen, whom he met while waiting
at the station. They were married at
her home the same evening.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Union Tr. & R. Co. to California Sav
ings Bank of Los Anseles — Lots 1, 2, 3.
01, 62, Robert Marsh s Contrul Avomnj
Same to caino — Lots 6, 23, 24, 25. 27,
20, 30. 31, 32. same tract $14
Same to sume — Lots 33. 34, 35, Bti, 37
3S. 3U, 40, 43, 44. 4C 47, 48, 49, 52, 53. .. 1
56, 60, 79, 80, S3, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, same
G. W. Dyer, admr. of estate of L. Rit
tcr, deed, to C, W. Hyatt — Undivided 1-4
Interest In lot 31, Buhler tract ....SSOO
C. A. Dryer et ul. to C. W. Hyatt —
Undivided % Interest in lot 31, name
J. XV. Hyatt to Carrie D. McMlllen —
ttecon veyauco of trust property.
J. W. Hyatt to C. XV. Hyatt— Part
lot 18. block E, Went Los Angeles.. sl
Carrie D. McMlllen to C. W. Hyatt —
Part lots 17 utid 18, all of block E, West
Los Angeles $10
J. Carroll to A. Layer — Lot 4, Bell *
Mauomner tract fi $10
T. G. & T. Co. to Hotta W. Hawkins —
Reconveyance of trust property.
Catallnu L. Do Lopez to T. K. Curry —
Lots 17 and 18, block v, Sun Farnuu
do , $30u
J. T. WllHon et al to sumo— Lots l.i
mid 20, block ii. Humu $1000
I'ortor L. & W. Co. to Mrs. Catherllia
1,. I>« Lop**, ct ul. — Lots i 7, 18, 1!», :'O.
block 6, Ban I'Vrnautlo $1
O, J. Aluclunoi'u to U. \V. HtiniHon —
|.<il i-cniiiii iiclhk iit point MS feet mill li
ul' Culiforulu It, Kuiil point being xoutii
wist cor. uf laml ilouclud to ('. M. unU
O. W. tiilnitiiai by Uued 007-310, lhenu«
si.' u th 110 feet, etc ... ............. ..tJ
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 37, iqo-5.
O. J. Muchmore «o O. W. Btlmson —
I ot rommenclnff nt northwest corner of
Martin's subd of Frank (Ireen tract,
thence south along west lino of said
fubrt 3S."> f«ct, thence, wpst parallel to
California street 387 1-2 feet, etc....sl
I-oit V. Chapln to Dr. T. A. Rex— Lot
8, blook r,. W. C. Nevln tract $10
Clnra R. Shatto to 1». .?. Hummel— Lot
37, Commonwc'-ilth tract $5400
R. Peg* to Jennie E. Albert — Pnrt lot
8, Howard place In block M, Painter ft
Hall's subd $10
C. W. Thompson to 11. J. Webb— Lots
32, 88. Thompson Bros, subd $10
Mnrla Freeman to C. U. Morrison —
Inrt lot 12, B. F. Hnll's Home place. slo
T. T. tk T. Co. to Martha. A. Hnmbtln—
Lot 41, block A, Hip McCarthy Co.'X
Mnln st. nnd Monet a n vr. tract $10
11. L. Coleman to l^ouls K. Myers-
Lot 47. Lemon drove tract $&00
<*. B. Towner to Amy 10. Kensdy —
All lots 11, 13, ir,, 17, 21. 28, block 13,
Erkenbrecner Snnta Monica tract.. slo
C. 3, Wlllett to Crown f.'lty Inv. Co. —
Lot 3 mill pnrt lot 2, Park placo. .. .sl9
X F. Carr to Amelin. S. Wllmer— lx>t
SI, block 1, Wright's subd of Sisters of
Charity Irnct $10
U. 8. House tO H. 11. Cotton — I-ot 87,
Orangß Height tract $10
M. Cnmpbfll to C. W, Anthony— Lot
l». block Ci Wllshtre Uoulevard lit. $10
E. Dt-nsmnrn et nl ti» Mrs. M. H. l/iw
i y — Lot 20, block «, Long Heach llelghtii
,T. O. Parish to E. B, Parish— Part nf
term lot 163, Alamltos tract $1800
Afnrgnrrt A. Hequettfl to J. J. Leggctt
— Agreement to convey lota 1 and 2,
Betfouettfl (Hequctto) tract $2100
J. J. l.cggett to J. S. Outlaw—Assign
ment of übovp.
Mary J. Cooper to Abblo E. Krull—
Lot 138 mul part lots 124 and 126, Ellis
tract ) $10
UutitliiKton L. ft [mi>. Co. to R Htlck
nry — Lot .1, block B, Huntington Drlvo
tract No. I $10
H. KnnninK to C. 11. Casler— Part lot
1, block 1, rieise tract ■. $10
U. Puncheon to Gertrudo Norbry —
Aurrcnmnt to convey lot 14, Lennox
FisrucroH street tract $77»
H-une to M. Yourman — Agreement to
Convey lot 16, saino truct $775
I^. A. Hurtlctt to C 11, Ouenther— Lots
10. 11. I.'. Now Abilene tract $10
C. E. Smith to T. .1. McDonald— Lot
194. oricinui Bnnnynltia $375
lrln Wllcox BeverldKe to Mary C.
Perry Evans — Purl lot 18, block 20,
T. O, & T. Co. to XV. V. Pemberton —
Lot 2fl. block 11. South Woodlawn. .$lO
C. W. Moncton to Sophia Rodcnald —
Lot 3. blk B. J. W. Browning's sb $1050
Santa Monica L. & W. Co. to Maud A.
XiiiK — Lot is, block ;?5, Arto?lan tr $150
Bama to G. n. King: — Lot 20, block 3">,
lamo tract $150
Carrlo L. Wood to Susan F. Warwick
— Agreement to convey lots 4 and 5,
Rose HIM tract $1100
J. A. Keeney to W. It. Sterrctt— Lot
2i.4, Mutmyside $10
Jane Hong to C P. Thom»t;ii — Lot 20,
block 4",, Electric Railway Homestead
Association tract $10
Mary B, Moilie to R. M. Hlldreth—
Lot 7, block B. H. N. Elliott's Ninth
.street tract $1030
T. It. Klages to Olga Plrr— Lot B.
block 1, old Homestead tract $10
L. T. ilriulfonl to A. E. Pool— Lots G
anil 7, block ti, West Adams Hts $10
Kate Gorman to L. E. Jones — Lot 6,
block 1G West Adams Height* $10
B. B. Pleree to 11. F. Metcalf— Part
lots 1 and 2, .subd of Pasadena Lumber
Co. t met $10
H. C. Mercer et ul to W. 11. Pickering
— Reconveyance or trust property.
XV. H. Pickering to Alico F. Stlllwel'
— Lot 11, block 10. South Woodlawn. slo
J. a. liuy to a. xv. Spencer— Lot 7,
Hetzler & Hunt's South Park tract. slo
F. S. Cary to H. Prldgen— Lot 12.
block 3, Wilmington Harbor Park... slo
Lulu N. Mlulon to It. A. Klmball— Lot
Hi. replat of Grand View truct, Santit
IjUUi X. Hinton to It. A. Kimbull— Lot
lti, replat of annul View tract, Sierra
Ma dro $10
XV. Kehrkii tv Ida Burlington— Part
blot:k I, Molt tract $10
Park Land Co. to D. Tuttle— Lot 10.
block 37, HuiiliiiKton Park $10
Elizabeth Foster to 11. P. Emst —
Agreement to convey lot 106 and part
lot 99, Josefa subd of Cells Vineyard
A. Eakin to M. M. A. Hartnedy— Lots
G and i), block 6, New York tract, subd
of parvanza $10
Same to T. I. Woods — Lots 2 and 3,
block .">. samo tract . . . . : .$lO
J. A. Hcyni.ui to A. O. Welnor— Lot 22,
block 2, Wk'st Adams and Jefferson
fctre.et tract $10
Hannah H. Porter to Mrs. Eva O.
Poiter — Portion of Ro San Pasqual.-Sl
M. L. Wicks to Minnie M. Pagenkupp
— Lot 25, N. Edendalc tract $10
Wit Her Real Estate Co. to Melissa I>.
Gates — Lots 16 and 7, block A. and lot
I;',, block 11, Klectric Road tract; Al
harnbra; lot 10. block E. lots 9, 17, 18.
block F. New Electric Road tract.. slo
C. A. Bronaugh to Melissa L. Gates —
Lots 1 and 5. block B, Electric Road
Melissa L. Gates to C. A. Bronaugh —
l*ots 7 and 16, block A, and part lot 13,
block B, samo tract $3300
U. T. & T. Co. of L. A. to Rosanna E.
Plnney — Lot 34, block 10, Venice Annex
Veronica McCudden and J. Flnck to
■\V. H. Bcman — All block 125 on map of
sub of Ro Prov & Scott tract, 43-47, M.
U: part sec 26, 2 N 14 W $10
Hannah Jones and T. W. Jones to J.
J. Rutherford — Lot 11 of resub of Tur
ner tract $10
J. J. Rutherford to T. XV. Jones— Lot
31 of resub of Turner tract $10
J. A. Keeney to A. Reinbold — Lot 232.
Sunnysiile tract -.' $10
Minnie F. Jones to J. C. Roberts—
Lot 11, Pineliurnt Terrace tract $10
Myrtle C. Burns to O. Meadows— Part
lot 1?. Joseph Lougheod'u rosubd of
part of Hoover tract; part lot 8. Vlg-us
vesub of lots 20, 21 and 22,. Joseph
Loughced's resubd of part of Hoover
A. Holnemau to O. Meadows — Part
lot in. same tract $4000
If. J. E. Oder to Josephine M. Regens-.
burs:— Lot 7, Del Vales subd of portion
of Wheeler tract $2000
J. H. Wclden to C. C. Pitser — Lot
51. Wisendangcr'H South End tract.. slo
11. Doutsoh to T. 1. & T. Co. — All lots
ami blocks in Augusta Heights, except
lot 45, block 3 $10
T, (}. & T. Co. to R. Giesel— Lot 1.
Main street Cottage Place $10
B. L. Neiswendor to F. T. Russall —
Part lot 2, Valley View tract $10
Rcdondo Imp. Co. to Annio Hock —
Waiver of restrictions on lot 49, block
178, Redonclo Beach $1
Constance M. Ooytino to A. W. de
Lyle Bt, Clalr— Lot beginning at point
cm west linn of L. A. street distant 56
tout from northwest corner of L. A.
anil Second streets, said point being
rortheast corner of lot conveyed to
lirldget A. Qulnn by deed 93-29, thenco
west along north l.'tie of said Bridget
A. Quinn and north line of Kattpare
Cohn. 160 feet, etc $10
A. VV. de Lylo St. Clair to Flora 11.
'tVright — Samo as above $10
J. Smith to A. K. Wheeler— Part lot
1, J. O'Neill's suhd $10
Same to Elizabeth G. Wlioolcr — Part
lots 1 and 2. tamo tract $10
Alice 51. Ayers to W. C. Fraley and
Muhi'l L. Hackman— Lot 1 and portion
lot :l, block 11. Glendale $10
Mabel L. Huckman to D. M. Hackman—
Sumo property as above $10
Dorothy E. Valdez to M. E. Valdess
l*.i rt lots 1 and 9, block 30, Angelono
Mary E. Alton to S. F. Eaton— Lot A.
block 194, Simla Monica $10
T. I. & T. Co. to F. H. SmaM-Lot 8.
block I. Wllshiro Blvd. Hts $10
W. E. Hughes to O. E. Wedgewood—
Lot 149, Ollvlto Heights $10
Sum« to same— Lot 38, sums $10
F. M. fiiln. commissioner, to Ocenn
Park Bank-Lot 21. block A. Santa Fp
Benson Inv. Co. to Louisa M, McFar
land—Lot 2. block 13. Pasadena Heights
A. M. H.uier to Hlanche B. Stubblo
flt>ld—Lot 4ti. block 178. Redondo Beach *10
Estato of I. W. Smith, dnceasud— Order
confirming sale to (1. H. Smith, undivided
9-70 Interest in lot 2. block 28, und lot 7.
block 29, 11. 8 of City Donation lota.. slo
Mary A. Brownell to P. G. Hubert— Lot
13. black 11. West Adams Heights tract $10
Annie F. Steveim to Dasle N. Illo—
Agreement to convey part lot 11, block
R. W. L. A ...SIKOO
F. M Davis to A. Speck-Lot K. block
18. 11. T. Hazard's Eu»t Side addition $10
Grace 11. JurobH to Gertrude C. Flan
il»rri-Part lot 2. C. A. Hulibard'Sx subdi
vision of iuii of lot 1. block 72, 11. S. $10
\>. C. .Mi'ii.irvin. udiulntstrutnr of estate
of J. Huym', deceiibi'ii. lo T. J. Cox—Por
tion of block •', PafuiU'uu Villa tract $43
Mi'l'chaut.s T. Co. to J. DeimiiicgoH—
Lot », block V. WatU Purk tr $10
J. Knapp to J. Cl. Mullcr-Lot 2, Walter
Morrow tract ■ $10
Murlumie Wnmi'tter lo W. 11. Zeljcler—
Lot* « and 7, block 23, Chan. Victor tr $10
W. n. Zippier to I. K. Zlpgler-Lotn «
anrl 7, block *S, Ohns. Victor Hnll tract $fn
F. It Bradford to I*. B. Jonen— l<ot tt.
Tlrnrtfnrd & Ktpen Figueroa & Vernon
Aventifl tract tlo
Is. 1-3 Jone* »o Patilln<» Reeves— T,ot 22,
Bradford A Gapes Plftuerna and Vernon
Avnnue tract ...$lO
Tho AlnmUos l,nml Co. to 1,. R. I>avM
son—l'nrt Kflrm lot He,, Alnmltns trnet . .<lO
J. B, Althmme ct n\ to willl.tm Bflverson
— TiOt 41. Wcßt Ninth St. Ht« tract ....$lO
Ksohon ft Mlr.ni CO, to J. T. Wnlker-
I-otß 2 and 3, Hnrhor View subdivision of
block 32, Sun ppdrn $l<)
Mary V. Harrison to Ell.a ft P. l.nrov
— I-ot 9, Garrison traft $10
Mrs. Edna Jimon to p. ,r. lipckmnn—
Part Farm lot Mi, Alnmlton trnrt tlO
Mnry Naylor to A. \V. .MfUhi.ws-l,otn S
V? .'* lnfl|ll " lvfl . nod part lot 7, Hilkrs nri
rtltW.n to Whlttiot ...IWiO
■ ?U?'JP ott * t Ptf i to "< *• Stanley-Port
lot 1.1, Bissptt trnct JIO
W. J, Klnley to t>. ft Hmlth-l.ot Hi.
block r.2 Alum fi'i't
Martha V. Own van to J. Sltton— l'nrl
lot 7, block 37, AsiiK.i $:V)
; W. C. Mushot to Carrie H. Newoll-l'nrt
lots 1 and 2, block A. Mnnsnnftn tr ....110
D. A. Davis to f. V. Gray-Lot IS,
R. It. Doollttloßs subdivision of lot 21, H.
V. Unll6a subdivision $10
- 11. X. Goat* to T. 11. Dudley-Lots 7. M
N O an<l P, block 75. Banta Monica ..$lO
C. O. Colaman to J. C. Hutchlnson, Jr..—
Part section 4 1 8 9 XV $10
J. C. Hutchlnson, Jr. to W. 10. Htitoli-
Inson— Part samp gentlon $10
Imrlda A. Tebbottn to S. W. Reese—
I'art block D, rcplntu of Tcbbctt's subdi
vision or south 8.1 acres of block X of
subdivision of lands of J. 11. Painter nnd
B. F. Hnll $10
A. Crsbb to W. A. Offutt— r,ot IH, OkIe
& Crabb's subdivision of Kleo tract ..$lO
C. K. \valkor to F. .1. Jacks-Lots 43 to
CO Inclusive, .T. K. Packard Vln. tract $3410
Ida P. Churchill to R. P. JlyciH-Lot 11.
block 16, Clnremont $10
R. P. Myers to Mary D. Myers-Lot W,
block 16. same $X
Sxmo to same— Ijot 14, block lfi. samn $10
A. J. Milne to Florence H. Flood— Lot lU,
of subdivision of High School tract In
Same to Trances K. Flood— Lot 17, same
Bank of Hollywood to Mary C. P.ussol!
—Lot 24 and parat lot 25, block 1, Hlll
crrst Terrnco tract $10
G. Davis to M. D. Reynolds— Pnrt lot
1, block 2«, Lonß Beach $2000
Kata A. Rice to B. O. Thomas and
Emma L. Mtiskat— Part lots 2 16 and S.
block 91, same 110
W L. Richardson to F. L. Ilurkhunl—
Lot 9. Rlchardoon tract $10
Seaside Water Co. nnd Broadway B. &
T. Co. to Union T. & T. Co. of L. A.-Lot
34. block 4; lots 34 and 35. block R; lots 30
and 37. block 7; lots 1 and 2, block 5; iota
M nnrl XI, block 9. and lot la, block IS.
Seaside Park Plat No. 2 $10
Ida W. Bevorldee to B. A. Cartel— Pnrt
lot 34, resubdlvlslon of block 13, Holly
Haud K. Towt to Anna K. Bates— Lot 7,
block D, Santa Monica tract $17i«)
Rosa Kleppor to Susie Ralwi'— Lot i 2
and part lot 11, L. I. Cowgill's rosub $10
W. H. Griffin et ai to Vesta N. Nickel-
Lot 5. block 12. South Woodlawn $3UOO
G. E. Alderxon et hI to W. H. Griflln—
Lots 13 and 14, block 2<X>. Inglewood; lot
lfl. Strong & Dickinson's Jefferson Bt.
tract No. 2 $ 1 o
Dr. C. AY. Allen to Bather P Mcrrlok—
Lot 13, block «, Ouk Hill Park tract $10
O. J. Rowley to J. XV. Ellsworth— Lot 18,
Aurora tract $10
Anna C. Johnson to Margaret T. Clark —
Lot 20, rcsubdlvision of block I, Washing
ton tract $10
C. M. Stlmaon to T. I. Woods— Piirt
lots fi and 7, block U, Garvanza addition
No. 1 $io
O. 1. de B. Lloyd to G. H. Miller—
Portion lot A. Boyd tract $10
T. G. & T. Co. to Mark 11. Steams —
Lot 51, Hollywood Home HelKta $10
W. G. Cochran to N. M. Fillmore —
Lot 1, block S, Arcadia tract $10
Samo to N. M. Fiilmore— Lot 14, block
2, Arcadia tract $lv
Alico J. Oastron to J. A. Sunn ct al. —
Part lots 22 to 25, Inc. block 27, Wolfs
kill tract $iy
J. M. Tyner to C. W. Knapp — Lot 14,
block 9, South Woodlawn 510
C. Muncey to Frances C. ilaxon — Lot
15. Westlnko Park tract $10
C. C. Me.ador to H. R. Case — Lots 26
and 26, block 40, Long Beach $10
O. H. Peck to T. Kelley— Lot 1«.
block 2, Arcadia Park tract $10
E. M. Knox to O. P. Smith— Lot It.
block B, Bollevue Place $10
Citizens National bank of Los An so
les to J. A Gates — Lota A, F, and 1 to
7, mc; 29. 02. 63, Gates tracts $10
P. M. Padiiio to s. A. Wheeler — Lot
G. blockUfio. Santa Monica $1'»
Elizabeth F. Dawson to Alico Hald
ridge—Lot 1, Older-Hane.man's resub of
Manlls South West tract $10
H. J. Caldwfll et al. to 11. Q. Ball —
Lot 19, block 24, Elyslim Ilts tract.. slo
The Alamltos Land Co. to \Y. A.
Polklnghor-i — Part farm lot 58, Alu
tnitos tract $io
M. E. Walker to L. R. Yarrow — Lot
25. M. E. Walker tract $10
W. F. Henscbol to M. A. Thomas-
Lots 21, 22, 24, block 5, Highland Park
G. H. Peck to V. C. Allen — Lot 30,
block IS, Peck's Grand View tract. .$lO
O. T. Page to Merchants T. Co.— Pni-t
lot 6. Field Bros.' tract $10
H. Carner et al to J. M. McLeod— Lot
commenclnit at northwest cornor of lot
formerly owned by Crane (new owned by
John Clarke) from which the established
\i section corner between sections 19 and
30 2 S 15 W bears south 25.28 chains dis
tant and running- thence on a true courso
north magnetic variation 14 decrees 45
seconds; east 6.71 chains, to point, etc TlO
Long Beach & Alamitos Imp. Co. to
Alice E. Sanderson— Lot 18, block 20,
Alamltos Heights tract ?10
G. E. Fletcher to Anna Hurllngamc— Lot
5, block A Rosedalo tract $10
H. A. Getz et ul to Elizabeth J. Lcnolr
—Lot 4, block A. Rosedale tract $10
L. H. Chick to H. N. Gifford—Artci;
ment to convey lot 11 and 12, block 21.
Smith & Jacob's 4t hsub $U155U 1 55
L. 11. Chick to same— Agreement to
convey lots 7 8 9 and 10, block 21, same
P. Masonave to Jr. B. Ayers— Lot S.
Houston Heights tract $10
P. S. Anderson to Amy L. Anderson-
Lots 10 and 11, block B, Oi-lon tract ; lots
3 4 11 and 13, block S, Pacific Homo tr Gift
T. Kellcy to Katherino J. Uickitt— Lot
242. block D, Montana tract $10
Golden Stuto Realty Co. to C. Scottinl—
Lots 121 and 11, Elcoat tract $200
M. S. Gregory to C. H. Bolles-Lot 10.
block 5. Hutchinson tract $10
W. Glllelen to H. Anderson — Lots a
and 10, Salt Lako Depot tract $i 0
T. I. & T. Co. to W. J. Kut ton — Lot 5,
Hollenbcck Park Heights $10
D. Kalln to E. G. Luentzel— Lota 192
and 193, M. L. AVick's sub of Garbolino,
Cooper & South & Porter tract $10
A. B. Hawkins to E. G. Luentzel — Lot
194. samo tract $10
Prudential Inv. Co. of L. A. to A. E.
Berger — Lot 40. Sunset Park tract.. slo
Samo to L. Herder — Lot 41, same .$lO
Pomona L. & XV. Co. to Sarah 11. H.
Smith— Part sec 10, 1 S W $10
J. T. Griffith Co. to H. Blndshadler—
Agreement to convey lots 27 and 29.
block 16, Alhambra add tract $10
W. 8. Gibbs to J. J. Maechelen — Lot
5, R 16. Alhambra add tr $10
Louise Wernlgk to C. P. Day and C 5.
Hollo way— Lots 30, 31, 32, 33, XV. R.
Jones' subd $10
J. A. Keeney to H. E. Cramer — Lot 3J,
Grlder & Hamilton's Suunyslde tract
No. 2 $10
Matilda Nlodoror to S. Prcstou and J.
Ai Heyman — Lot 17. block 1: lots 11 and
Its, blouk ti lute 17 ii.hu IS, block -i,
West Adams and Jefferaon St. truct.slo
Mutual Realt y Co. to R. A. Sliule —
Lots 224 and 225, Interurban tract. s23s
J. Crawford to Elizabeth A. Frost —
Lot 8 block C, Hughes' subd of block
160, Pomona $100
Grace Davla to same — Lots 2. 3, 4, 5.
6. 7. 8. 9, blk it. Annundale Villa tr.slo
T. W. Tolchard to C. E. Rawllns—
Part lot 2 of Irene Tolchurd tract.. slo
Hume to W. Druluard — Part lot 1,
same tract $10
E. A. Glrvln to A. O, Luer — Part lots
45, 46, 47. block 2, Central Front tr..slo
F. R. lluiidy 10 Sou. Tier Inv. Co, —
Lots li nnd 7, block 12; and ;; ami 4.
block 2, Sierra. Vista Heights $10
T. A. Templotou to U. S. Smith — Lot
2, Elliott tract $10
L. Schafflno to O. Proupero — Lots 10,
17. 18,- block A, Downing truct $10
Iluntlngton I-. & Imp. Co. to L. Matt In
Lut 17, block 1. I'ark Place $10
L. V. Merlo to 11. F. Yurnell— Lot 31.
block It. C'ollnn Park $10
Maud* Moore to 11. 11. Greimllcld—
Lot 20, Uarbi-rt & Uultenvorth'a Adumu
streul tract $450
W. W liuuoru to K. Smith— Part lot
9, block ll. 'Kan J'abtiiuil truct $10
Martha B. Walters to Mrrnn llrock
way — Part lot IK, block 4, HuteliliiMon
T. I. & T. Co. to P. 8. Minster— Lot 30.
Ocean Park Place $10
Mu'ihultuii Heach Co. tu J. N. liluku —
Lot 2«, block 144, Manhattan ma.li.
Dlv. No. 3 .........; t .$lO
||j!!!jj li Run Every Hour From Our Office Until . |;| #j?j|!|J
Plj January 2, to Our New Tract |p||
Pb 11 '! «! 1 ll started with a rush : $120,000 sold by our opening day. Real j 1 }|ii|J'>l
iP'^s *ifi! I cslatc men and investors arc buying. Home seekers and build* 1 1 (f'M ,
II 1 ' I '' li! crs ' l)ankcrs and hrokcrs - Everybody is looking at beautiful ' i 'V'Slj
iri^'ll ill " llol| y vvoo(1 "> !aircst of them all. <<0 SQ-iooi lots extending from 1 1 f fifi
lll ''Will Santa Monica houlevar(l t0 Sunset boulevard, $101) to $850. IH fc iJ'J
ll'<i''ll! 1 1 Liberal payments; building restrictions; all modern street improve- 1 1| Jiiijj'l
|yijMiJj ments. Secure free tickets at our office today. Prices will be i|i|lC«J||
It 1 .) ill I ra ' Scd $IC ° January 2d * ' 1 1
San Pedro Shipping
Schooner S. T. Alexander, Grays Har
Schooner Dora Bluhm, Eureka.
Schooner Eric. Portland.
Schooner Espeda, Everett.
Burkcntipo J. M. Griffith, Port Had
Schooner Meteor. Hadlock.
Schooner Nokomls, Grays Harbor.
Harkentlne Retriever, Port Hadlock.
Steamer San Gabriel, Eureka.
Steamer Santa Monicn, Grays Harbor.
Steamer San Pedro, Eureka.
Schooner Molrosc, Willupa.
Steamer Ptlmson, Ballard.
Barkcntinc Tropic Bird, Columbia
Schooner Lucy, Umpqiui.
Sclioonnr Commerce, Everett.
Steamer Melville Dollar, Grays Har
Schoner North Bend, Coos Bay.
Steamer San Petlro, Eureka.
Schooner Schome, Ballard.
Schooner Sailor Boy, Everett.
Bark Tarn O'Slmntern, Aberdeen.
German ship Wansbeck, Hamburg:.
Tug Falcon, Wilmington.
Tug Catalina, Wilmington.
Steamer Dora Bluhm. Eureka.
Schooner H. D. Uendixsen, Blakely.
Schooner XV V. Wltzeman. Aberdeen.
Schooner Cecilia Sudden, Gray 3 Har
Schooner C. A. Thayor, Grays Harbor.
Schooner .lames Rolph, Everett.
Steamer Shasta, Belllngliam.
Burkenllno C. F. Crocker, Port Town
Schooner Americana, Portland.
Schooner Espeda, Everett.
Schuoiiur Expansion, Billiard.
Rp.honnnr VV»wnn«, Coos Bay.
Tug Warrior, Wilmington.
Schooner Eric, Portland.
Schooner J. A. Campbell, Columbia.
Schooner Meteor, Hudlock.
Schooner Muriel, Portland.
Schooner Melrose, Grays Harbor.
Steamer San Gabriel, Eureka.
Steamer Santa Monica. Grays Harbor.
Steamer Cabrillo, Catalina.
Steamer Hermosa, Catalina.
Steamer W. H. Kruger, Fort Bragg.
Barkentlno J. M. Griffith, Pt. Hadlock.
Schooner Nokomls, Grays Harbor.
VESSELS ON THE WAY.
Barkentlne Retriever, Pt. Hadlock.
Schooner Blakely, Blakely.
Schooner I>auntless, Grays Harbor.
Schooner Ethel Zane, Portland.
Schooner F. S. Redlleld. Ballard.
Schooner Gardener City, Grays Har
Steamer laqua, Portland.
Steamer Jennie, Portland.
Barkentine J. L. Stanford. Bellinsham.
Steamer Mandalay, Crescent City.
Steamer Northland. Portland.
Steamer National City. Fort Bragg.
Steamer Nome City, Portland.
Schooner Ottllle Fjord, Eureka.
Schooner Okanogan, Gamble.
Schooner R. E. Godfrey, Kvcrett.
Schooner Soquel. Hadlock.
Stoumor South Coast, Casper.
Steamer Wasp. Seattle.
Burkentino Wrestler, Grays Harbor.
Schooner XV. H. Hume, Grays Harbor.
Schooner "William Rcuton, Willapa.
German ship Waventroe, Hamburg.
LOADING FOR THIS PORT.
Schooner Admiral, Everett.
Schooner A. F. Coats, Grays arbor.
Steamer Alcazar, Greenwood.
Schooner Alert, Belllngham.
Schooner A. M. Campbell, Portland.
Schoonor Ariel. Grays Harbor.
Barkentlno Aurora, Tacoma.
Schooner Bangor, Grays Harbo«.
Schooner Ualnbrldge. Garys arbor.
Barkentlno Benlcla, Everett.
Schooner Beulah, Astoria.
Schooner Borealls, Astoria.
Steamer Brooklyn, Bowens Landing.
Schooner Caraano, Gamble.
Schooner Carollno, ITmpqua.
Schooner Crescent, Tacoma.
Schooner Eldorado. Everett.
Schooner Fred J. Wood, Grays Harbor.
Schooner Korvutor, drays Harbor.
Barkentlnn Georglna, Portland.
Schoonor G. XV. Watson. Portland.
Barkentlne Harvester, Tacoma.
Schooner Honaipu, Portland.
Schooner J. W. Blise. Ballard.
Schooner J. H. Bruce, Tacoma.
Schooner Kona, Grays Harbor.
Bark L. G. Burgesß. Belllngham.
Schooner Manilla, Everett.
Schooner Mildred, Willapa.
Ptenmer Noyo, Bowens Lauding.
Schooner Prosper, Columbia river.
Schooner Philippine, Grays Harbor,
Schooner Prosper. Columbia, river.
Schooner Solatia, Blakely.
Schooner Bnlem, Hullnrd.
Schooner Badie, Emiiqua river.
Schooner Transit, Iti'lllnirhaiii.
Schooner William Bowden, Tacoma,
VESSELS AT RI3DONDO.
Schooner Andy Matmuy, Mukiltro.
Schoonvr Louis. Portland.
Steamer Rival. Uoweii'n Landing.
Hrliu.mil' W. 11. Smith, Tacomn.
Schooner W. F. Jewett, Grays Harbor.
Schooner Mlndora, Grayu Harbor.
SAILING NORTH TO RELOAD.
Steamer Aberdeen, Grays Harbor,
Bohoonsr Alcatraz, (ii'tmnwood.
Bchoaner Albert Meyer. Coos Hay.
Schooner Argus, Urays Harbor.
Schooner Azalea, Eureka.
Steamer llonita, San Francisco.
Hohtiouur i.'urrier Dove, Gray* Harbor,
steamer Oentralla, Grays Hurbor.
Hii'iuin r Cellu, Giecnwood.
KtcumiT f'hli'o, <'O(|ulllu River.
Htiumer Cbflmlls, GiHyn Hurltor.
Kchooui'i- a ti. Holmes, Blakely.
Hteumer l>iiiKu. Olympia.
Hi'lioouer Kn<leavor, Olympiat.
Ki-huoiii'! 1 K. K. Wood, Graya Hurbor.
Schouiicr Emma Cluudlna, Ideattle. ■'
HOTELS ArPBHCH RESORTS
Santa Caiaisna Jsland
Dally steamer service leaving San Pedro at 10 a m.. mnklng direct connection
with Southern Pacific, Salt Lake and Paclllo Klectric trains from Los An-
geles. Extra steamer Saturday evenings.
Hotel Metropk Ojpei AH Ik Year
BannlEi: Company Pacific Electric. Bids. Both Phones 36
Qff) <?/$/ North B each, Santa Moai:a
(UU f a7°]/71l <-? <LMn<D7<& KUIcU frc-sh every day and heated to a
•^ temperature of 8b degrees. Uurlvalod
and absolutely safe surf bathing. Now Is the most beautiful season of tha
year at the beach.
uhe Ganton Chop Sue^ Restaurant
•323 South Spring St.: also noxt door Grand Opening Japanese und Chinese Curios. •
523 South Spring St. Sue our new store. WING HING LONG. T'ropr.
(fif)- r€J/^7. nn^wi^fiiTMAwj^ Up-to«rl>atc ! Restaurjint =--">-'
£j®i MyOnW (LPfflW&m • 219-22J1 W. Third Street
/^ / A / BusiEess Lunches, Dinners Complete
<UaW <=/Jr<fSl?@£ After-Tfeeater Refreshments Room /or 1200
UNDER II W HELLMAN HIIILI.iMi K'O'.tRTH AND SPRING
You Will Appreciate
THE GREAT ADVANTAGES OF THE SERVICE
If you investigate thoroughly for yourself. Especially Uikts
the tourist service appeal to those who u>ibh to go east with
a minimum of trouble. Our Personally Conducted Excur-
:ions are bo arranged that you put all your troubles oil the
conductor of tho car. You are relieved oC all annoyances.
His is the burden — not yours.
THOS. A. GRAHAM, Ais't Gsn. Freicht and Pass.
Agt. Southern Pacific, 261 S. Spring St., Cor. Third.
C. F. HERR, Uist. Pass. Agt. Union Pacific
Xt South Spring Street, Los Angeles
Schooner Ksther Buhne, Eureka.
Schooner Excelsior, Willujm.
Schooner Kva, Eureka.
Schooner V. M. Slade, Grays llnrbor.
Steamer F. H. Leggett, Eureka.
Bark3ntlne G. C. ytrklns. Portland,
Schooner Gamble, Gamble.
Steamer Harold Dollar, Seattle.
Steamer Helen P. Drew, Greenwood.
Sohoonor Henry K. Hall, Everett.
Schooner Hugh Jlocan. Tlllamook.
Schooner J. A. Garfleld, Grays Har
Steamer J. S. Hlggins, Fort Bracff.
Barkentlno John Palmer, Everett.
Steamer Lakme, Eureka.
Schooner Louise, IV ,><iiiii.
Schooner Luzon. Portland.
Schooner M»hukona, Portland.
Uarkeutiuc Mnkawell, Mukilteo.
Steamer Marahfield, Hardy Creek.
Schoonor Minnie A. Calne, Tacoma.
Steamur Newport, Greenwood.
Steamer Norwood, Grays Harbor.
Schooner Oceanlea Vance, Grays Har
Schooner O. J. Olsen, Ballard.
Bteamor Pasadena, Portland.
Schooner Polaris, Everett.
Schooner Resolute. Belllngham.
Schooner Robert Seuiles, Oruya I [ar
Schooner Robert It. Hind. Portland.
Schooner It. W. ilartlctt. Grays Har
Schoonor Sausallto, Grays Harbor.
Steamer Salvator, Gamblu.
Hurkentiiie T. P. Kmluli. Taeoma.
Tug- Heu Kins and barge Santa Paula,
Burkentino Skagit, Ludlow.
Bteamur Dequola, Eureka.
Steamer Vanguard, Eureka.
Schooner Willis A. Holden. Mukllteo.
The German ship Wunclsbock which
arrived at tiie outer harbor several
days ag-o. was towed in Sunday after
being 1 lightered of a portion of its load.
Tim ship brought to \M» port some 14.
00U barrula of cement uiul übout 3000 of
theso wit» taken out by lighter, thus
riilHiiiK' the veußcl about one foot. Tlio
Mtllors are remarkably well taken euro
of on board, their ciuarU'rs being ul
moHt an roo<l uh thoHQ of the officers.
Yesterday, Chrlutmii*, they liad a trio
xut up oit board and tlie rupiiiiu pre
vented eucli man with a mi I table gift,
Bho carries soventeeu meu. besides the
No Question About It
Is the BUST BEER—
The Favorite Brew
of the (Ireat Wait.
Gcrmanla Malt Tonic a Specialty
Adloff & Hauerwaas
fcOLE AIiEN li
Depot and llottlins Works
112-118 Central Aye.
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