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THE WEATHER
'_ LOfl ANQELEH, Aug. 20, 1906.
Time. |Ther. |7lum. IWlnd.lTlcy. I Wthr.
6 a.m. l 62 I 98 T W~l f TTA.rftTri
Bjvm.l 66 I 73 | BW I » | Cloudy,
"Maximum temperature, 69.
Minimum t«mperature, 62.
Rainfall past 24 hours, ,08.
Rainfall for season, 18.70.
Weather Condition*
I/O* Angeles — Cloudy, unsettled
weather Tuesday; fresh southwest
winds,
MARRIAGEJLICENSES
IIAM-I3AlRD— Henry Ham, nged 21, a
native of Missouri and resldunt ot Log
Angeles, and JackNctt Dalrd, aged
■a, .1 native of Kansas and resident of
Los Angoloß.
COOLKI-11A RE— Victor Cooley, aged 25.
a native of Missouri and renldent ot
Lox Angelos, and Kathortne Hare, aged
lit, a native of lowu and resident of i.<m
Angeles.
MOODY-ALWAtID-LRHue Moody, aged
' 23, a natlvo of Indiana and resident of
Lor , Angelen, nnd Grace Alward, Rgid
28, 11, natlvo of Ohio and resident or
Columbus.
JIEALD-KULLEn— Oscar Hoftld. aged 27,
a native of Massachusetts and resident
of Pasadena, and Omen Fuller, aged 23,
a native of Now York and resident of
Los Angeles.
COOK-FltKKMAN— Wilfred Cook, ngofl
28, a native of California and reslriont
of Los Angolen, And draco Freeman,
nged 17, a native of California and resi-
dent of Lon Angelefl.
I'"OSTRn-\VEST— Manuel Poster, aged 27.
a natlvo of Portugul and resident of
Han Pedro, and Mary West, Agod 20, a
native of California and resident of Ban
NVISLLS-HELLMAN-Oleorgo Wells, sgod
15, a natlvo of Michigan and resident of
Los Angeles, and Mildred Hollman,.agcd
16, a native of California and rcsldout
of Los Angeles. »
FANNINO-McLELLAN- Herman Pan-
nlnjr, aged 26, a native of Tennessee and
< resident of Los Angeles, and Agnes Me-
Lellan, aged 32, a native of Canada and
resident of Ocenn Park.
tJKNNIN(3S-NOLIN — Oeorgo Jorlnlngs,
Rged 29, a native of Kansas and resident
<>f Los Angeles, and Emily Nolin, aged
'23, a native of California and resident oC
Log Angeles.
I:BPINAZA-URIVES — Slcelto Esplnaza,
nged 26, a native of Mexico and resi-
dent of Los Angelas, and Juan Urlves,
aged 18, a native of Mexico and resident
of Los Angeles.
HAWKS-HANKS-Jamos Hawks, aged
31, a native of Wisconsin and resident
of Qoldfleld, nnd Kthel Hanks, aged .'.7.
n native of California and resident of
, Sierra Madre.
Ii 1 rNTLBY-COLTON-John HUn tley , aged
' 28, a natlvo of Callofrnla and resident
of Burbank, and, Minerva Colton, aged
24, a native of Utah and resident of ltur-
TRN BYCK-ALBERT-James Ten Eyck,
aged 42. a nutivo ot New Jersey and
resident of Sawtelle, and Emlle Albert,
aged 41. a native of Ohio and resident
of Sawtelle. ■ ■
RAINES-RYAN— Mark Raines, aged 48. a
native of Kngland and resident of Los
Angeles, and Pearl' Ryan, aged 28, a
, native of Arkansas and resident of Los
Angeles. ' -..---■.
BEPULVEDA-LUKINS-Frank ' Sepulve-
■ da,, aged 22, a native of California and
resident of Los Angeles, and Lena
■ Luklns, aged 18. a native of California
and resident of Los Angeles.
irUMNY-KNODE-WlMam Lumny. aged
39, a native of Kansas and resident of
San Pedro, and Anna Knode, aged 29,
a native of Kansas and resident of Los
'OTLLIV-METZ— Herbert Glllla, aged 21.
a natlvo of Illinois and resident of Los
Angeles, and Josephin\ Metz, aged 20,
a native of Ohio and Resident of Al-
r hambra.
MATTHEWS-SMITH - Bertrand Mat-
thews, aged 27, a native of England and
resident of Los Angeles, and Francos
Smith, aged Hi. a native of Utah ana
resident of Los Angeles.
PACE-MURDOCK-Charles Pace, aged
S3, a native of lowa and resident of Los
Angeles, and Maude Murdook, aged 20.
a native of Illinois and resident of Los
Arzeles. . "
IGROSS-HUTCHINGS-Warren F. Gross,
aged 25. a native of Missouri and resi-
dent of Los Angeles, and Olive Hutch-
ings, aged 24. a native of England and
resident • of " Los Ane-eles.'- ■„"'.'.'■',
M'DOUGALL-CARY— Thomas McDougall,
aged 29. a native of Ohio and resident of
" South Pasadena, and Grace Cary, aged
21, a native of lowa and resident of Los
MOON-WITJTAM— Percy Moon, aged 22,
a native of lowa and resident of Los
Angeles, and Lenora Wltham. aged 18,
a native of Ohio and resident of Los
Angeles. ■ /• ■ '
;. DEATHS ■
WOMACH — Grace, aged 24 years, 1515
West Seventh street, peritonitis.
IRWIN — Alexander, aged 56 years, 1370
Kast Waehington avenue, dilated
heart.' ' •
STEVENS — Isabell. aged 68 years, 1132
.Santee street, tuberculosis.
VALDER — Natalia, aged 14 years, 1614
Stanton street, tuberculosis.
GILSON — Myrtle, aged 20 years, 520
West Temple street, tuberculosis.
, BIRTHS
JIUNROB— Howard and wife. S-19 East
Thlrty-elshth street, a boy.
DlLL— Walter and. wife. 1324 Suther-
land street, a boy.
KROECK — John and wife. 1357 Valen-
cia street, a Kirl.
HKINEMAN — George and wife, 2219
West Ninth street, a boy.
CIGALA — Luiz and wife. 15G0 San Fer-
nando street, a boy.
Peck Sc. CZiase Co., undertakers nnd
embalmers; lady, assistants. 433 S. Hill.
Tel. Main 61. ■ ' » ■
f Bresce Bros. Co., Undertakers
Itcmoved to 85S S. Flgueroa St.
Lady attendant. Private ambulnnce.
Telephones: Main 243. Home 52Ui7.
CRR& HINES CO.. funeral Directors
Ilavi- moved to their new liiiiltlluu on
ihp S. IS. r«r, Kith and Flower.
Ilnlli nhonm Ki. l.mlv A »«l«timt.
CHURCH NOTICES
SislsT'clluT^cH^3o3tNEirim?^ND
Flower— ltev. Baker P. Lee, rector;
Sunday services at 11 a. 111. and 7:30 p.
m.; curly celebration holy communion
.- on third Sunday and Saints' Duy, at
7:30 n. m. Strangers especially In-
vited. University cura pass the door.
Those desiring telephone connections
for "Shut-ins"' telephone 7012. Church
physician at the church every morn-
ing from 8:30, :o 8:-<0. Services and
medicine free to all. Church open
daily fpr private prayer from 8 a. 111.
until G p. m. .'-'
PENIEL HALL. 227 SOUTH , MAIN
street— A ' noonday prayer meeting Is
held each week day, 12 to 1 o'clock.
Oospel meeting every night at 7:50 p.
111. Sunday services as follows: 8 a.
in., men's prayer meeting; 9:45, Sab-
bath school and Bible class: 11
o'clock, preaching: 3 p. m., holiness
meeting: - evangelistic eervlce ]at
night. Rev. T. I>. Ferguson, Mrs. M.
P. Ferguson and G, 8.. Studd superin-
tendents of the mission.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIEN-
tlst. Simpson auditorium. 734 S. Hope
street. Services Sunday 11 a. in. and 8
p. m.; sermon from the Christian Sclonce
Quarterly. Subject, "Man."/ Chil-
dren's Sunday school 9:30 v.-m.' Wed-
nesday evening meeting (it 8 o'clock.
Keiidlm; rooms, (10-511 Herman W. Hell-
111..11 bldg., Spring and Fourth sts., open
dally, Sundays excepted, from 9 a, m.
to 6 p. in-
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, iU
W. Adamß. near Flgueroa Htreet. Hey.
Lewis (i. Morris, rector; Sunday «civ
vices. >:30 v. in., 11 a. m.. C p. in. Till*
Is a FRISK church and nil are cordially
invited., U'uko the Grand avenue car to
Adams Htreet and walk one block west,
Take the University car to Chester
. place, walk through Chester place and
0110 block tast on Adumu street.
TilK LOH ANUESLKtf t'KLLOWtilili'
nild-weck meeting will be held
Wednesday at 8 p. m. In Symphony
hull, 232 a. Urondwuy. Oeorge Whur-
ton Jmnoa will lecture on "In and
Around tho firaml Canyon," IHiih-
dated with utoreoptlcon views. All
Hcuts free. All welcome. Poors -will
•loso at « o'clock sharp. -
J ' '
WANTED
1 Help— Mai* _
iIUMMKI, BROS. A CO.,
—EMPLOYMENT AOKNTB-
A strictly nr»t-eI«M, rellnbla fU«ner..
All kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders gollcltea. .
116-118 East Second «tre«t,
Between Main and Los An*eiM *tr«et*.
Largest and best equipped offices on
the Paplfln const.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.,
118 and lift I-J. 2d St.
T«lephonei-MBln 60!). „
Home *<»._
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE
working cln {0 secure n fine beach lot
where c rllmnln cannot be equaled,
to elthar build on or to (peculate.
Prices nre now at the lowest poMlni*
figure; $25 to $50; $3.60 flown or 10 per
cent of th« purrhnse price and $1.01) per
we<>k on each lot. Don't delay; secure
2 of the corners left today.
LA PLAYA BEACH CO., Inc.,
845-318 Douglas Bldg., City.
AnCHITKCTURAir~DRAFTBMAN-AT 1 -
Ply at 9 «. m. today to V. S. HOL-
LAND, pare of John Lawrence, Sunsrt
Telophono and Telegraph company, 622
MRN TO LEARN IIAJRIVRR TRADE.
Situations ginrnntfcrl. MOLER BYB-
TEM COLLEGE, 113 E. Sd.
Help— Female
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY^ LADIES;
young and old. to secure a flnn beach
lot wnere ti.e climate cannot be equaled,
to build or speculate on. Prices will
never bo any lower, but are bound to
advance from time to time according to
the demand. Present prices $25 to $60;
KM down or 10 per cent of the purchase
and $I.oi/ per week on earh lot.
LA PLAYA BEACH CO^, Inc., »
345-316 Ponging Bldg.. City,
WANTED— AN EXPERIENCED NECK
bander and March ironer at MUN-
QER'S LAUNDRY, 023 S. Los Angelos
streot. .
To Rent ; ~~
WANTED—
1 ALL OWNERS v ■:',
OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE
—DO A RENTAL BUSINESS
—DONT WORRY
• — lIT YOU WANT A TENANT-
Lib, YOUR PROPERTY /
WITH US
MINKS & FA 11 1 Sir,
31S_SOUTH HILL STREET.
To Purchase— Real Estate .
WANTED- DON'T WAIT TO SELL—
DO IT NOW! We have an abundance
of energy to put Into that property and
make it sell in a hurry.
IT CAN'T HELP BUT MOVE
When wo get to work on it. • Try It.
Write today. Now.
J. R. MACLINTOCK, 704 Grant Bldg.
Phones, Homo 7295. * Sunset, Main 524.
Miscellaneous
WANTED— TO BUY FURNITURE AND
: household goods. If you are going
. to sell we will pay you one-third
more, fhan 'others. ' Phone us." Main
1117. Home 2154. COLYEAR FUU-
NITURE CO.. 322 S. Main St.
_________
iIrST'mThERBERT'S SANITARiuM^-
Massage, electric, all. kinds of baths,
newly equipped with needle spray
and shower. Departments for ladles
and gentlemen. Russian and Turk-
ish baths a specialty. ' Chiropody,
manicuring, scalp and facial massage.
225 M; WEST IST.. Homo 38C9.
N^W~SAnTtARIUm7~623H"s. BDWAY.—
Tub, vapor and alcohol baths. Elec-
tric vibratory massage, clean, airy
rooms. Eastern trained nurses.
UA I no Mi«u nmuoHui
N"BW^_AmTAIRiUM/V29%"'sa-^ROAI)^
way — Try electric vibratory massage
for rheumatism and. general debility,
tub and vapor baths; trained nurse in
attendance; clean and first class;
moved from 450H So. Broadway.
THE BKOWN MASSAGii PAKLOK—
. ..Tab, .vapor. and medical baths. <•■ ■. r-
Have ••• •■ • : - ...-..- ..»' . ..-
You '
Tried them?
Rooms 6 and 7. 610% S. SPRING.
PALACE BATH AND MASSAGE PAR-
LORS— Finest equipped in the city. Se-
lect patronage. Open Sundays, 9 a. m.
to 11 p. m 707 SOUTH BROADWAY,
S-lte 3. first floor.
YOU ARE NOT HURRIED WHEN YOU
go to 12S TEMPLE STREET for batll
I ' and massage. No signs in window.
Best of patronage solicited.
SCIENTIFIC BATHS AND MASSAGES
by experienced lady, late from the east.
Come once and you will call again. 3Z3H
N. MAIN. Phone Main U767.
-•L-iCTKIC INdTITUT-!. fiU FH.ANK.-
1 1 11 St., including baths, massage and
electric blanket sweats for rheuma-
tism .
TUB BATHS AND MASSAGE* OPERA-
tor just arrived from the east.
Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. in. Room J, lit
8. BROADWAY.
THIS DAVIS MASSAGE PARLORS. 695
B. Spring Bt., and 217 W. 6th. Rooms 14
and IS. Everything flrstclass. W-loSli
-ROADWAY 4847.
PALATIAL BATH 3 — EASTERN
- trained operators. Formerly 127 V6
N. Bdway.; now 126% N. SPRING ST.
Hours 10 to 12 p. m. Tel. Home 2423.
FKOM LONDON — MAMCUK- AND
massage, 116 ft SO. BROADWAY, par-
lors 8U and 3J. second Hoor. Select
patronage.
1524 SOUTH MAIN ST.— SUITE' 2rNE W
bath and massage parlors; tub, vapor,
massage and magnetic treatment. Hours
10 to ID.)-,
SOUTHERN BATH" AND MASSAGE
pnrlur: experienced masseuse; tub baths
a. specialty. Suite 1-. 444 S. BPHINO ST.
821 SOUTH HILL — VAPOK AND TUO
bathe, massage for colds. .rli«un:atlsni,
nervousness. Open every day. room i».
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A FEW
select customers for manicuring. 70."
S. BROADWAY. Top Hat 4..
FOR A GOOD TUB OR VAPOH IIATII
and massage %o to 738' a tiuUTli
GRAND AYR Phono 6680. ,
NEWLY OPENED BATH AND MAS-
sago parlor — Massage treatments and
bath at C 52 S. HILL. Phone 3814.
"UNIQUE PAH iTb KS" -NEWLY
opened. Suite KJ, 2d tloor Baker blk., M 2
N. MAIN. Manicuring, baths, massage.
RETURNED - SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE*,
parlors 21-22, 217 W. SIXTH ST. Select
patrons only; hours 10 a. m. to 11 p. m.
SULPHUMJB, VAPOIt. ELECTRIC AND
. tub bathu, in:irisiiK« and chiropody.
701 M, Bdwy. Phone Main 3153; H. 8517.
THE BEEDY BATH MASSAGE WITH
electricity. 24u',4 8. SPIUNO «'!'■
Suite 26.
THE BON TON PARLORS FOR A
nrst class bath. 703 V& S, Broadway,
hours 9 to U.
NEWLY OFENED 11AT11 AND MAS-
SAGE PARLORS— 74O SO. SPRINO,
NEVV_ATTEJ4DANU\_SUJ.TE_I ;
BATH . AND MASSAGE PARLORS —
411)1,4 S. MAIN ST.,
————— Room 9.
YCfUNG LADY AT 603 SrMAINTRO'dM
i.i. would llko to sot v few more cua-
munlciirlng.
MAGNETIC. Ai7COHOLUTTSASSAGE^=
65? Sq Broadway: room 18. ,
I^ATHS-30^W7^ ;^3MPLE^BT.^iWiOM~3T
Phono Hume 5076.
BOCI ETV~NOfJCEB~
"THE WORK' OK JThTITT WILSON
ami lleiijuniiii Kay Mills." -BulnK n
kindly crltlrlsm of their work and Its
prolmblo effect upon the reform move-
ment. A lucture by W, C. Owen fol-
lowed by a dlsoussiou b,ofore the Pro-
ki-ohMv« club in liliincliard hall Bun-
day evfiiinir, August 28. Kreo.
PIANOS
pTanoTs^lu^olTSa^yT^meTJtb^
- Piunoa rented at low rate*. A. U.
GARDNER PIANO HOUSE. Ltd.. 118
Winston ut. Tel. Black 2:21; Home
81»5.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1908.
' FOR RENI
Ptate
FOH $1» MONTHLY YOU CAN RENT
furnished complete t nlc« sunny out-
side room*; electricity; km range, hot
water, phone; close In; at 10J0 WEST
COLTON ST., 1003 and 1011 KAST
NINTH ST., 1028 also 1183 and 1141
"W. FIRST ST.
MODERN FLATS— WATER FREE—
$10—8 room*. 204 N. Fremont.
M0 — 3 rooms, 334 H. Flgueroa.
* 13. n0— a rooms. 221 N. Figueroa.
$12—8 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
MB— 3 ro6m», 1011 E. 9th: furnlahed.
;14— 8 rooms. 204 N. Fremont; fur.
1114—8 rooms, 21 R N. Fremont; fur.
$14—8 rooms, 334 8. Flgueroa; fur.
$16 — 6 roomo, lOlflVi Diamond,
$14—2 rooms, 1141 W. First.
$17—3 rooms, 1133 W. First; fur.
$18—3 rooms. 222 N. Fremont; fur.
TO LET BTOrtER—
$125—701 West HAventh it.
$20—1001 East Ninth St. ,
$20—1030 West First st. '
T. WIKSKNDANGER,
312 Merchants Trust Bldtf.
TO LhT-8 NEW FIVE-ROOM FLATS,
Just being comnleted, on Pavilion place,
between Cnltfurnln. and Temple St.; not
over live minutes' walk from court
house; beautiful view; plenty of llsht
nnd air; gts ranges and water fur-
nliiiiPd: select your flat before tho best
n.ro tnken; no children or dogs allowed.
We also have two nice four*room
flats, Mi end EOI California st.; rent $14
nnd $15; gas ranges -and water fur-
nlxhcd.
See ' HUBBELL.
602 linl In rd Blk.
Homo chone 2734.
FOR $12 YOU CAN RENT NEW FUR-
nlshed 3 rooms, gnu range, bath, phone.
1133 and 1141 WKST FIRST STREET;
hrnlthy, sightly location, on enr line.
Houses — Furnished
FOR RENT — 4-ROOM FURNISHED
cottago, In good condition, 8. W. part
of city, 11th and Valencia, 10 minutes'
rldo from 3rd and Spring st»; no chil-
dren. See TURNER & TODn. 203
Lmighlln Bldg. Phones, Main IS2C or
3322.
Houses
FOR RENT-MOVE RIGHT IN-
sll— 4-room cottage, E. 25th st.
$14 — (-room cotts,ge, Palomares, E. 26th.
. $15— 6-room cottage. E. 26th St.
Keys at 1538 East Adams.
H. E. SIDDALL, 207 Copp Bldg.
Rooms — Furnished
TO LET— FURNISHED SUITE OF
rooms for two or four gentlemen In
a private house; everything flrst-
_classj Phono 7183 Main;
Rooms
FOR $12 YOU CAN RENT NEW FUR-
nlshed 3 rooms, gas range, bath, phone.
1183 and 1141 WEST FIRST STREET,;
hoalthy, sightly location, on car line.
Stores and Offices
FOR RENT-STORE ROOMS, $10, $15.
1615 E. 25th, corner Long Beach avenua.
| SIDDALL, 207 Copp Bldg.
I 6PECIAL NOTICES
The Americaa Yibratw
Is a portable massage machine and
may be attached to any electric light
socket. Call at our office and have
a free demonstration of this' health
giving beautifying vibrator and
know the pleasure of having a mas-
sage machine right In your own
room. Price within the reach of all,
American Vibrator Co. •
407 O. T. Johnson Bldg.
/ITOltak. DX. A. POLASKY, optician of 40
M" I ?**- years <-vnerlet\ce. has opened of-
WSs^ flees, 442 8. B'way, 4th floor. Free
cxamlna on; latest. methods. Phone 4138.
11. S. HUGHES. BLIND PIANO TUNER,
established thirty years; thousands
of testimonials. ' Address 147 SOUTH
CLARENCE_Sa\_CItV. '^\_ '
NIVER, THE~~SEER, NOW" HOME AT
. 1168 E. 51st, will search future prospects
free for all buyers of his book on Bible
prophecies.
CLEAN WATCH. 60c: Main Springs. 50c*;
warranted; old gold $1 owt. 451 8. MAIN.
(•HYSICIANS , '..J. } ■'■),
DrTaND MRsl CARTER 6UCCESB-
fuIIy treat all female diseases- and
Irregularities; 20 years' experience;
consultation free. Hours. 9a. m. to 8
p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 12 a.. m.' ' 204
MERCANTILE PLACE, over 543 S.
Spring. • ' **
DR. MAUD HOLLEY. VACUUM DK-
volopment. room 6. 452 & S. BROAD-
WAY, Alhambra bldg.
DR. TAYLOR — FEMALE SPECIALISE
and ob3tetrle3. BELASCO THEATER.
Main St. * \
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
G^tEA^TIiARGATNT^FTNE^T^INVEaT^
ment In real eatutc. You can't go as-
tray; prices are bound to advance on
our licncli lots. Don't miss it. some
have doubled their money. Present
price $25 to $50; $2.50 down or 10 per
cent of the purchase price and $1.00 per
week. THREE ' -od business lots and
four corners left.
LA PLAYA BEACH CO.. Inc.. ,
3iri-3-.fi Douglas Bltlg,. City. '
I DENTISTS
■ BCHLFICUAN DENTAL CO..
107 N. Spring st. — r'alnless extract-
ing.* filling, crown and bridge work,
llexlblu rubber ulatcs. Puro gold
fillings, TftO up; nil other lUllncs, 00c
up: cleaning I teeth. 50c up; gnlil
crnvns and bridge work, $5:00 up;
sets teeth, $5.00 up. Also open even-
ings and Sunday forenoons.
FRANK BTKVENa. 324't SO. SPRING.
ATTORI^nrj^ATj^LAW
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS A
specialty. No fee without success. K.
P. MQREY, 021 Stimson blk.. cor. 3d
'■ nnd Spring. Phono 6718. Open even-
; ings. ■ . ■
; DIVORCE LAWB-AADVICE FREE; NO
fee without success; ■ private. J. Ml.
SMITH. »:::! W. Third St.. room 10U.
' 1 to C p. m.
MINING AND ASSAYING
' FOR LEASES ON MINES IN THH
Tvllurldo belt of the Hlute range, Han
' Bernardino county, sec mnnuger of
. mining department. /
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
• 218 West Third St. .
[ i HANSFER ANU. SrORAGE
'^^^Oh^KAlT^VMiKnoVßl^Co!^^
: 415-417-41 D Sun Pedro St.
Main office 3.1 South Main.
• Phones Main 1117, Home 2164. New and
absolutely Hro proof storage; private
locked rooms for bric-a-brac, pianos,
lino furniture, etc. Trunks, boxes, etc.,
stored. 25u to 500 per month. We solicit
; ■ your patronage
I INVESTMENTS
! LA "'I'IAYA UEACH~LOTB~ARE NOW
as low as they will ever ba' and now li
YOUR time to buy. Don't delay, out
come tuny and Investigate.
I LA PLAYA BEACH CO.. Inc..
845-346 Douglas Bldg.. City.
: PATENTB AND PATENT RIGHTS
HAZARD & lIAIU'UAM, FIONEUIt
Agcy. Citizens Nat. Bk. bldg. , Book
t roo.
....-- y. ONEY T ? oAw
CABH CONFIDENTALt/T T.OANF.D TO
filftrUd person* ftn rote, without (*•
curltf, without employers knowttdff*
ond wlf-oul lnrtorsi>Hi tasf pnymtnu,
positively lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to
|:K>. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO.,
$2t-&9 Chamber of Cnmmcrcn Bid*.
Wn'MAKR LOANS ON FURNITURR,
plAnos, horses, wagons, carriages, cat-
tle, itc, without removal from your
positesslon.
Loans also mode to sainrled persons
on plain note without Indorser or pub-
licity. Lowest rules In town.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
529 Mnoon building.
£20 West Fourth it., cor. nroadway,
Home phona 7421, Ilrondwny SI7I
MONEY TO LOAN ■
J5OO to $10,000 on Improved city prop-
erty. ALLISON BARLOW, 217 B.
Broftdwa". rooms 123, 124. 125, 12«.
MONFIY TO LOAN-THOMAS H. WADiu
WORTH, 819 te 320 Douglas bldg., will
lend money en city or county real 0 .«-
tate. .
MONBY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTAffi,
Uldg. loar- our specialty. TRUE &
CLEVELAND, fifl? H. W. Hellman hd.
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
Bt lowest Interest rates W. J. UANKIN.
X 820. 11. -vi Hellman bldg. Home 2659.
MONBY TO LOAN, 7 PEU CENT, ON
Inaldn r operty, In sums to suit. I, 11.
PRESTON. 608 Lnughllii bldg.
PALMIST 3 AND MEDIUMS
OKFICK 415V4 S. SPRINO—
MRS. J. J. WHITNET
of Snn Francisco,
Clairvoyant, trance, business
medium
and life reader.
Communication with spirit friends.
Advice given on all affairs of life.
Office 41SU 8. SPRING.
OCCULT SEER. ASTROLOGER, READS
Ufo from date ot birth by the planets;
past, present and future revealed; advice
on all questions of life. K3% S. SPRINO,
room 22.
DR. GREEN. CLAIRVOYANT, BUHl-
ness medium, gives life readings this
week, COc. Circles Tuesday, Thursday
, evgs.. 2Gc. Room 16, 110 H 8. SPRING.
MMB.' LISCHKA, MEDIUM, PALMIST,
clairvoyant, reader. 525 W. BTH. 11. 8329.
MRS. PARKER. RELIABLE PALMIST
and clalroyant, 441 8. Spring; room 1.
OU&INESS PERSONALB
FEATHER PILLOWS RENOVATED AT
ACME FEATHER WORKS, 768 San
Pedro st. Tel. Sunsot Main 1166;
Home 8041.
TRUSSES. ELASTIC HOSIERY. MED-
Ical batteries. »tc Mnttha;, 415 West sth
FOR SALE
House:*
3 SIX-ROOM BUNGALOWS
«3SOO Each
53500 Each
- 93500 Each
These throe modern buncalows are
all different tn typo of architecture.
Handsome oak entrance opening into
. a large living room. Built-in leaded
K'.ass book cases: oak floors, attrac-
tive frieze, beamed ceilings, artlstlo
mantel, handsome paneled walls.
Coxy dining room with buffet, built-
in window seas, plate rail, pass pan-
try with shelves, bins and drawers in
white cedar. . Convenient kitchen
with drawers, cooler, fine sink, extra
pantry for kitchen utensils, boiler and
instantaneous heater. ...Two' station-
ary tubs, large back porch, large
comfortable front porch. Three sunny
bedrooms in white enamel. These
homes combine every modern con-
venience — are 'Well constructed
' throughout and -very attractively
, priced. Investigate- today.
ALTHOUSE BROS.. ; v-
.i • Members L. A. Realty Board. ,
234 Laughlin Blag. , • \.'-.
Main 263. Home Ex. 263.
$1500 • $1500
Cheap amd Oood .
Will build you a six-room,
story and half: handsome
mantel, wainscoting, built-in
buffet, hardwood floors, cove
ceilings, best plumbing, fix-
tures, cement walks, shed '
and fence— everything first-
class.
Elmer E. Rucker
Company
General Building Contractors,
321 Byrne Bldg. . '
Main 3715. H. 1544.
$400 CASH. BAL. $25 PER MONTH, FOR
a new 5-room cottage on a 50-foot lot
on Maple avenue, near 37th. Right in
a little business center where there is
a grocery store, meat market, drug
store, ahoe shop, confectionery store
and restaurant.
The adjoining lot is held at $2000;
small house in rear, beautiful shade
trees. 15 varieties of roses; fig, apricot,
grupc. lemon and peach treus; house
built less than a year; ono block from
Main street 14 minutes from First and
Spring. Price $3000.
T. L. O'BRIEN,
Jefferson and Main Sis.
South— 227U. Home-25338.
$200 CASH, 815 MONTH.
5-room . modern cottage, close to Ist
and Salt Lake Depot; price $LSSO.
$250 CASH, $20 MONTH.
4 now modern cottages, bath, toilet,
electricity; lot 43x120 to alley; on 16th
St.; price $2250.
5-room new modern cottage, mante!,
bal-, toilet; -everything itp to date;
price $2000; Hooper uve car line.
IBBETSON, JOHNSON & CO.,
310-312 Trust Bldg., 2nd and Spring.
Homo 2410 ilaln 15S0.
'NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUC-
cess." This leads us to ask, have you
"saw" us In regurd to that new home,
flat or apartment you are thinking of
bullillng? If not you had better suc-
ceed 111 doing so. We have bought
right and can sell right. This Inside
price on material enables us to do
, Urst-ulass work at very reasonable
prices. We titrura from your plans
or draw them free to your own bub-
eestions. Cash or terms on all worlt.
WESTERN BUILDING CO.,
403 Chamber of Commerce.
Broadway C3!)l. Home 980.
FOR SALE—
5-ROOM COTTAGE.
WILLARD AYE.. NEAR WASIIINO-
1 TON— ssoo rash and- $2u month: strictly
modern ami In repair, cove
colllfißS, nuuiMve blick firenlaco, porce-
lain liuth, splendid cur ueiwice; price
$2750. C!27>. 1
JONES & RYDEK LAND CO.,
. "218 W. Third st.
FOU SALE-HOUSES— '
$1600. .'our-room new cottage, 1110
Ganuhl street. Ten minutes' ride on
bicycle to 8. P. car shops. Terms $16
cash, $I*l per month.
ALLISON BARLOW,
217- South Broadway, room 126.
Phouea-Mome 401). Jil<U» 109.
FOR SALIi-
Nice cottafca on West 28th it., and ottvtr
property In that vicinity, on easy terms.
Furnished house for rent on West 23th
it., $0U per month.
FRED L SKXTON,
Room (Oil Mason building.
FOII SALE-JJO CASH. $17 MONTHLY.
biivs new 4-ruom home, $16OV. Keys ut
1138 EAST ADAMS.
FOR SALE
Houses ,
FOR BALR-4-ROOR~COTTAOE, PUR-
nlnhed, on lot 40x148, lv blocks from car
line; lawn, garden nnd chicken pens. If
you want 11 good home At a bargain, see
this plnce; price 11100 cash.
B. O. DEVENB,
237 Laughlin bldg., Sl3 8. Broadway.
FOII SA'.K- ~
We have several new modern B-rootn
eott«eps; mira jmr.O; only 1200 rush, bal-
ance i'ji per month. Including Interest.
Cor anyone requiring a home close
In nnd only ten minute* from business
••enter thin I* an unusual opportunity.
There Is sewer, gns nnd electricity, and
alloy In renr of l*t. This property Is
ppleiiflldly situated aml*wlll constantly
Incroase In value.
Solo Agents,
JONES * RYDKK LAND CO.,
218 W. Third »t.
EASY PAYMRNTS-OO AND BEO THIS.
1229 Rsst Thirty-fifth St., new. modern,
6-room cottage; small rush payment,
balance like rent; key next door. UEN
t WHITE. 30' Hrynon block. ..
City Lots and Lands
POX SALE— ~~ »
Fncn
icxcimaioNs
— •«—
HOLLYWOOD
Kvery dny — every hour-
Seventy SO-ft. residence lots.
Facing on Gowor. Acacia and Oor»
don aye. The most oholce and. select
property offered In that beautiful
city for the money. It Is closest to
tho business center, including mod-
ern Improvements; B-ft. -cement
walks, cement curbs, streets graded,
wnter piped and a parkway to b«
planted in ornamentnl trees between
curbs and walks. There are only 70
lots left— so do not delay.
011 ft pnirn
$550 to $650
On easy payments and 50 per cent
cheaper than any similar property.
Call at our office for tickets snd
maps and all Information.
Our office open next
SUNDAY
All day to Issue free tickets.
' Bring your friends and family out
and compare our prices with those of
other tracts.
SEE
Gltllllill A HAMILTON, -
Xa West Second 3t. .
FOR SALE-LOTS^ r~"r ~"
$1000 each. Five lots In Angeleno
Heights Tract, west of Douglas streat,
fronting on Sunset boulevard. Terms
$100 cash, balance $10 per month.
$500. Lots in Connors' Subdivision of
Johar.nsen -Tract. Easy terms.
ALLISON BARLOW.
217 South ) roadway, room 126.
Phones— Home 409. Main 409.
for~salrl^ "
salt lake tracts.
Close tn. Walking distance.
Something doing. Sure to advance.
LOTS $575 AND UP.
6-room bungalows, modern, $16P0
up; $200 cash. $20 per month.
F. D. DAVIHS, 142.-. Ea*t Flrat.
Home 41378. Boyle 1385.
Office 4th and Clarence. Boylo 667.
FOR ACREAGE AT ALTADENA, SEE
V. M. PRATT. 608 Laughlln Dldg.
Suburban Property
EAGLE ROCK
EAGLE ROCK
; Five Cent Fare
Cars will be running next week.
• •Beautiful suburban property at 20
f>er cent discount if purchased now;
arge lots running from 60 to 100 feet
frontage, with all Improvements In,
including abundance of water piped
to evory lot. ...
BUY NOW
and bo ready when things will move
In Eagle Rock.
. WALKER & CLARK. Agentn.
Home phone 492 — through Olendale
Exchange, office corner of Central
and Colorado ayes, Eagle Rock.
WOULD YOU BUY
A SILVER DOLLAR
FOII 75 CENTS T
7, That Is Just what you would do If
you invest your money in beautiful
Bagle Rock Valley. I have two
beautiful lots 40x160 each, to a 10-
foot alley, on the Eagle Rock car
line, about 20 minutes from First
and Spring streets; with the streets
oiled and curbod, sidewalks all in;
purest of water piped to every lot;
fruit trees. An ideal spot for a home.
Owner will sacrifice for $500 cash,
balance easy terms If taken this
week. This is a snap and must be
, seen to be appreciated. Address BOX
130, Herald office.
________
FOR SALE — I have. some very at-
tractive places of from one to thirty
acres In the choicest residence section
of Eagle Rock on car line; I make a
specialty of large villa hill sites and
park lota in OaU-s tract; for delight-
fulness of climate and beauty of loca-
tion these places are unsurpassed.
Call at my office, 517 Merchants Trust
bldg., and be shown Eagle Rock prop-
erty. J. A. GATES,
Telephones — Main 846.
. Alta 5146.
Hpino 3823— Office.
Home Glendalo 642 — Residence.
ACRES f-75 — ONLY 80 MINUTES FRO-X
Ist and Main, in the very heart of beau-
tiful San Gabriel valley; two car lines;
finest land; abundance of water free to
holders of land. This is positively with-
out an equal for a home or Investment.
Residence lots In vicinity sell for (2000
per lot THE GREATER LOS ANOE-
LES :"iALTY CO., 433 Huntington
building. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■
Suburban Property — Hollywood
FOR SALE — BEST BUY IN lIOM.V-
woodi lot noxKin. with all Improve-
ments, block from car; tine soil, ex-
cellent improvements; 8530 with *r>o
ciihli. balance $10 monthly. Has
building restrictions. Excellent for
home or liivfulineiits SUSHI cheaper
llisiii namn ciza lots in adjoining tract,
You can't equal this buy. If you are
intoreeled see or call on 11. V, rilt.VY,
521 Slimscm Uldg.. 3d and Spring.
Home C7lB. __;
Beach Property — Long Beach
I — M^ — ~ "
FOR SALE —
The owner will sacrifice two resi-
dence lots In the North Long Beach
tract. ' Must raise some money at
once.
Those are good lots In a good loca-
tion, % blocks from the Pacllic Electric
car line between Los Aniffelfß und
Long Ueacli. Gc fun- to Long Uoach.
They are well elevated, granting
good vli vv of the surrounding coun-
try. Will sell for $130 cash, balance
(10 per month. Address for more
pui'tfculait.
345-31 C Douglas Uldg.
Beach Property
LA* PLAYA IiiSACH LOTS WILL
never devreaae. but prices are lound to
advance, as this beach has only been on
the market Hlxty days.' Don't miss it,
you can't lone und "011 are bound io
win. Prices %& to (SO: $1.60 down or 10
per cent of the purchase price and il.vu
per vvecl:.
LA PLAYA BKACII CO.. Inc.,
sa-sia i>™.i m uidg.. city.
THE WOODBURY METHODS
Develop money-earning cnpnrlty snd
lead dfreotly to position, r»restl«e nnd
promotion. Tun HUCCnss ov TUB
STt'nnXT" «nr motto. Day nnd even-
Ing «f!<!=lnn<i Enter any day. Call,
wiltn. phone.
800 H. Hill, Howe IW(1, Mntn fclO*.
Now located In
NEW BUILDING
Largest and finest In th« Southwest
FIFTII-STntilST-nV-TUtg-PAnK
6ffiA&/tA&tOOL T"s L«r B M< »«••
EZr^ >- 0< Anaslss.
TjT 953-5-7 W. 7th St.
•— — • 3OUIUERN CAUtOftA/M —« '
MO GPAHA/f SCHOOL OP ZHORTHANDY
V» 4 QttANO SWC. tOJ «HCfUti CAU ■
vfi«sj3f^?JsSs^» I can loan at
♦ once .amounts uo
V^»W£iywiia*4 followH (it 7 nnil
v *u*nF\&^* \ x per cent net:
|500. $1850, J&OOU
and $10,000 on splendid security double
In each cttnj the amounts usked.
Call In and see me if you have these
amounts at once. isnwiN ai.ihjuson,
201-203 Lnughlin Bldg.
EDUCATIONAL. i
BpTnIsH^^LEsIoNS BY . EXPERl-
enced teacher. Address BOX fiR, Herald.
Country Property
2W ACKEB TWO BLOCKS FROM CAR
line near Oardena. fine new modern
five-room house, stable, brooder house,
chicken yards, alfalfa, deep well,
windmill and tank; fine Karden; $3000,
terms.
6 acres near McKinley home, 4-room
house, orchard, vineyard, plenty
. water; $1800. 'terms.
ADKINS & BAOIN. 322 Grant Bide.
- Phones Sunset Main 6445. Home 3778.
FOR BALj£H ".
The best alfalfa and fruit land in
the state, on easy terms. If you will
improve will give you your own time
to pay for It; prices from $16 to $44
per acre. Come In . and see us or
write for particulars.
W. H. TOWNSKND. Colonization.
Room 210. 702 South Spring St.,
Los Angeles. Cal.
FOR. SALE— S6OOO ; AT~ LA~ VERNE,
near San Dlman, 11% acres; 10 acres
young valenclas, balance full bear-
ing navels; nice little cottage, good
barn; a splendid Investment. L, i»I.
PRATT. 608 Laughlin Bldg. "Head-
quarters for Orange Groves."
FOR SALE— 2 ACRES CLOSE TO THE
city on electric line; owner, going away,
offers It $500 below Its value; $1500 cash
takes It. See LEAHY & SON, 223 Mer-
cantile place.
FOR HEMET 10-ACRE TRACTS, SEND
for booklet or see L,. M. PRATT,
agont Hemet Land Co., 608 Laughlin
Bldg.
Poultry Ranches. , . :
FOR SALE— •
Tho finest poultry ranch near Los An-
geles, being 2 miles east of Pasadena,
close to car line. A delightful home and
a profitable proposition; 6 acres, half
orchard, etc.; new 6-room house, bath,
furnace, etc., finely furnished through-
out; full equipment; several hundred
choice fowls (Rhode Island Reds), well,
windmill, etc. Price only $8000.
See FOOTE REALTY COMPANY,
718-719 O. T. Johnson Bldg.
Business Property
BUSINESS PROPERTY ON SOUTH
side of East Eighth street, $120 per front
foot; adjoining property sold for $130 p?>
foot; two cottages rented on It.
THOMAS J. HAMPTON. 119 S. Broad-
way. I . ■
Hotels and Lodging Houses
FOR SALE-MY 60-ROOM HOTEL,
magnificently furnished, a fine location,
furni ure bought less than one year
ago; cost $4,000, with a 4-year lease; will
take a good orange grove or close in
Sroperty in exchange. See LEAHY &
ON, 223 Mercantile place.
FOR SALE— A 22-ROOMED ROOMING
house on Broadway. A good paying
house. Furniture about one year old.
Will take $1600
THOS. J. HAMPTON,
119 S. Broadway. L. A. R. B.
Miscellaneous
FOUR (4) GOOD BUSINESS LOTS LEFT
In the business section on our BEACH
TRACT. You can't miss it and you ara
bound to double your money. Prices JJS
to $30; $2.50 down or 10 per cent of the
purchase price and $1.00 per week.
LA PLA*A BEACH CO.. Inc.,
345-346 Douglas Bldg.. City.
FOR SALE-Ai: ELEGANT TUNED
upright piano. Address BOX 70, Her-
t Id office.
FOR SALE— NEW AND SECOND-
hand billiard and pool tables; bar fix-
tures of all kinds; easy payments,
eend for catalogue. THE BRUNH-
WICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. 831
Went Third street. Los Angeles.
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
McDonald & stott.
$09 to 317 Larikorsliliu Building.
TO BUY.
Owners and deulers tn real estate
who have properties for sale or ex-
change will find It decidedly to their
sdvantnge to come tn and have a talk
with us. ! r
We can handle property located Id
any part of the united States. East-
ern property a specialty.
Wo have the best trader In th*
United States; It means dollars to
you to mnke his acquaintance.
We will frlve you quick action and
honest treatment whether you are a
buyer or m>ller. Come In and see us-
MpPONALD & STOTT.
Entrance 312 Lankersutm Bldg.
Home Phone 4746.
fcunnet Main 4iil
FOR EXCHANOK—
Have three tine homes to swap for
walnut, orangn and foothill ranches.
$8000. $7500. $10,000. Come In. We'll
trado you Homethlnir. If we haven't
got what you want we'll trudo you
something you don't want. . fflMSta
J. A. MORLAN & CO..
203 Kay Building.
~~ BEN WHITE.
Will Exchange
your property; immonxit uttrgalnt; ap-
ply at one*. Satisfaction and uulolc
tetults, M'-ml.ir Kealty Board. 301-i
BKYSON ULOCK. Z«i and Spring «(«,
FOR HALIi OH ISXOI-lANGK—
1 B<ilii clulms In proven diHtrk't. its-
«uys from $-il to $58 pur tuu; stamp
mills 011 both tildt-s riiniiiiiK duy and
night; owner hasn't money to di'wtli>i>.
This Is a mitin.
JiHiullo.^o2 I'AY lILDCI.
9
REPORT ON OUTFALL SEWER ;
IS ONCE; MORE DELAYED,
MEASUREMENT FIGURES WITH.
HELD FROM COUNCIL
City Engineer and Assistant Refuse
to Render Report Until They Have
Personally Inspected Work Dene
1 on Big Sewer
Another delay In th« city attorney's
report on 'tho outfall > newer was . oc
caßlonorl yeslnrdny by the Inability .'of
the city engineer's department to fur
nlnli the figur«K on the; meaßurements
of the outiall »ewer.
Tho party of mirvoyors that for
morn - than a week has been taking
measurement* on the actual work done
on thn outfall sewer linn completed its
tank, but Acting City Engineer Klnjrn
hury stated yesterday that lie would
not be ready to make a report until
Wednesday, an h« and Homer Hamlln,
the new city engineer, wished to make
a personal trip over the route of the
sewer before making the figures public.
This throws an air of mystery over
the ' work that has been done by the.
surveying party. One of the me.mber«
of the party, Rtated yeiterday that
there was but little difference between
thn acttml measurements and the ap
proximate figures submitted by Mr.
Klngsbury to tho board of „ publio
wor!.s. Why surh secrecy , should be
maintained Is something that remains
to be dlacloned.
Another secret that Is being carefully
guarded . Is • the nature of the report
the city attorney will ; render ■to tile
council when he has alt the fact* and
fiffurrs. Thin report is already made
out and the tenor of It will not be
changed by any calculations made by
the city enirlneer, although his figures
will be used to complete the report. :
Homeless children received »nfl ptaex*
In taomex for adoption. Apply. Rev. O.
V. Rice. Superintendent Chll<lr«n"e
Some society, 1141 Bradbury building
*" >nlM ' ' '' ' - - •
F^EXCHANQB . . _
Real Estate .
FOR EXCHANGE — . . .'■'.'.
Clear vacant lots, near to car line, ',
schools, churches and stores, 20 mln- .
utes' ride to centor of Los Angeles;
to exchange for equities In city prop- *„
erty; property having Installment or 4
monthly payment mortgages will not*,
be considered.
CHAS. 8. MANN.-- '. . '■< ■ „
325 W. fourth Bt - ■'■ ■?■'■;.:
PUBLIC ADVjf RTIBINQ . J
Notice of Street Wertt - 7
Fubllo notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 11th day of June, A. D.
1906, - the Council of . the City -ot 1 Los •
Angeles did, at its meeting on «wua
day, adopt an Ordinance of Intention
numbered 12,846: (New Series), to have ;
the following work done, to wit:
Ist. That
OLIVE . STREET, ; '
in said city from the ■ south line of
Thorp street to the '. north lino of ,
Vernon avenue, including all Intersections';
of streets (excepting such portions oil
said street and Intersections as ara re-
quired by law to be kept In order or
repair by any person or company hav-
ing railroad tracks thereon, and also
excepting - such portions -as : have *l- .
ready- been graded and graveled and
accepted), be graded and graveled to
the official grade In i accordance with
the plans and profile on file In the of-
fice of the City Engineer and speciflca- 1
tlons for the construction of graveled
streets, Class B, in the City of Los,
Angelea, on file in the office of the City
Clerk of said city, said specification*
being No. 27 (New Series). >
. 2nd. That a oemunt - curb -be con-
structed along each line of the road-
way of said Olive street, from . the
south curb line of Thorp street to the
north curb line of Vernon avenue (ex-
cepting along such portions of the line
of said roadway upon which a cement
or granite curb has already been con-
structed to the official line and grade),
in accordance with specifications 1 for
constructing cement curbs, on Hl* la I
the office of the City Clerk, said speci-
fications being No. 22 (New Series).
3d. That a cement sidewalk five (5) -
feet in width be constructed along each
side of Olive street from the south curb
line of Thorp street to the north curb-
line lof Vernon avenue (excepting such >
portions of said street between ° said
points along which a cement or,
asphalt 1 sidewalk five (5) 1 feet in
width has been constructed, to
the official line and grade), said side-,
walk to be constructed In accordance I
with specifications for constructing
cement sidewalks On file in the office*,
of the City, Clerk ot said city, said
specifications being No. 23 (New;,'
Series).
Sec. 2. The Council of*- said' city,;
finds upon estimate of the City Engineer .
that the total cost of said Improve- J
ment will be greater than fifty cents I
per front foot along each line of said I
street, including the cost of interseo- .
tlons, and it is determined, in pur-.'
suance of an Act of the Legislature I
of the State of California, approved '
February 27th, 1893, as amended by an
Act of the Legislature amending . said
last named Act. which amending Act -
became a law March 2d, 1890 that bondt 1
shall be Issued to represent the cost of j
said improvement. Said bonds shall be j :
serial, extending over a period of ten
years, an even proportion of the prlncl- 1
pal sum of which shall bs payable I
annually, on the second day ot January -
of each year, by coupon, after their
date until the whole are paid, and to I
bear Interest at the rate of seven (7 J
per cent per annum, payable eeml-an-
nually on the second days of January
and July of each and every year.
Reference is hereby made to said Or-
dinance of Intention for further par- -
BOARD" OF PUBLIC WORKS O? THB,"
CITY OF LOS ANGELES.
• JAMES A. ANDERSON, - -
8-20-25 6t President .-
Notice of Publio Work
Publio notice Is hereby given that at 1
Its meeting held on Monday, the 2d !
day of July, 1906. the City Coun-
cil of the City <>f Los Angeles adopt*! I
an Ordinance, designated as Ordinance ■
No. 12,874 (New Series), declaring its
Intention to order the following lm- .
jjrovement to be made, to wit:
Section 1. That it Is the intention of th*
City Council of the City of Los Angeles .
to close up, vacate and abandon, tor '
alley purposes, that certain
ALLEY,
a publio alley of the City of Los Angeles,
tv the block bounded by Avenue Sixty-
five. Avenue Sixty-six, Ruby street snd
Kagle Rock avenue, described as Col-
lows, to wit; • .
Beginning at the most westerly corner
of lot 4. block 12 of the Subdivision ot
the Town' of Garvama, as per map re-
corded In' Book 7, at page S5, Mlscellan*- 1
cus Records of Los Angeles County;''
thence southeasterly In a' direct line to
the most southerly corner of lot 3, said
block 12; thence southwesterly In a direct
line to the most easterly corner of lot &,
said block 12; thence northwesterly In a
direct line to the most northerly corner
of said lot 6; thence northeasterly tn s
direct line tn the point of beginning. . ' -
- Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries of I
the district of land to ba affected by said
work or Improvement are hereby specified
and declared to be aa follows, to wit: '■*■..>'
beginning at the most westerly corner
Of lot 6, block 13 of the Subdivision of the
Town of tiarvunza. as hereinbefore men-
tioned; thence northeastarly In a dlreot
line to the most northerly corner of lot 4,
mild block 12; thence southeasterly In *
direct line to the most easterly corner of
raid lot 4; theme southwesterly in a dlreot
line to the most northerly corner of lot S.
MiKi block 12; theuce southeasterly In a -
direct line to tho most easterly corner
of said, lot 3; thonco southwesterly In a
direct line 10 the most southerly corner I
of lot 6, mil block U; thence northwest-
erly In a direct line to th* point of be-
ginning; excepting . therefrom so much
of salu him. which Is now a part of soy
public street or alley, In said city. ->•• - ■ ■;
Reference is hereby made to said
Ordinance on nlu In th* office of the*
City Clerk of said city for further par-
ticulars „,.-.. -.■-.... .- ■ ■
• BOARD OP PUBLIC WORKS
of tho City of Los Angelei.
JAMES A. ANDKRBON.
8-13-23 10* ■ President.

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