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ADVERTISERS
Count six average words as one line.
No ad. accepted for less than the price
of three lines.
The Herald reserves the rl«ht to re
vise advertisements and to reject or omit
and refund the amount paid.
Report promptly to the classified man
ager failure to get returns or experience
with fraudulent or dishonest advertisers.
Two or more Insertions are better than
one. Try a three-time ad. Results al
most certain for anything.
For contract solicitors and advertising
advice call
sunset~main 8000
horn:: 10211
AND ASK FOR CLASSIFIED MANAGER
specialTrates
Want «d». lr n word each Insertion.
Rooms for rent. 3 linen, S times.
Rooms with board. 3 lines, 3 times.
25 CENTS
HELP WANTED—MaIe and female, S
lines, S times,
25 CENTS
SITUATIONS WANTED
FREE
THE WEATHER
- IyOS ANGELES, April 12, 191".
Time. |Barom. | Ther7|Hum| Wind. ' Vie. | Weather.
5"571n7~29;91~|~4!>~r84~| N» '|"8 | Clear. "
6p. m.| 29.93 I 61 | 65 | S [12 | Clear.
Maximum temperature 64.
Minimum temperature 47.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
SAN FRANCISCO, April 12 —The following
maximum and minimum temperatures are re
ported from eastern stations for previous day:
New Tork 58-42, Chicago 64-68, Omaha "8-54.
FORECAST
Southern California— Wednesday; some
what warmer; light north wind, changing to
south.
San Francisco and vicinity— Wednes
day; light north wind, changing to brisk
west.
Santa Clara valley, Sacramento valley and
: Ban JoaQUin valley—Fair and warmer Wed
nesday: light north wind.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
HARPY-McNALL,Y— 3. Hardy, aged
22, and Bello McNally, aged 10; natives of
Missouri end California; residents of Los
Angeles.
KEEBL.ER-OVER—EIi A. Keebler, aged R>.
and Anna I* Over, aged 45; natives of
Pennsylvania; residents of Buena Park and
Ixis Angeles.
WILHOITE-SMITH-Ralph A. Wllhoite, aged
23, and Elizabeth F. Smith, aged JO; natives
of Kansas and California; residents of Los
Angeles.
HUDSON-POINDEXTER—Arthur W. Hudson.
aged 26, and Mabel M. Polndexier, aged 23;
natives of Missouri and California; residents
of Oxnard and l>on Angeles.
CARRILLO-PADILLA— Jose Carrlllo, aged 22,
and Joaqulna Padllla, aged 35, natives of
Mexico; residents of Los Angeles.
GILBERT-JENKS—Charles Gilbert, aged 66,
and Clara Jenk«, aged 44; natives of Ger
many and Canada; residents of Los Angeles.
STEUART-RUBSELL—Francis C. B. Bteuart,
aged 44, and Jane A. Russell, aged 46; na
tives of Scotland; residents of London, Eng
land, and Los Angeles.
ASCHENBRENNER-RIVARD-C. F. Aachen
brenner, aged 31, and Edna M. Rlvar : nged
20; natives of lowa and Michigan; residents
of Covina and Los Angeles,
TAYLOR-McCLINTorK— Boy S. Taylor, ng»d
28, and Nettle Mcflintock, aged 33; natives
of Kansas and Iowa; residents of Los
Angeles.
MILLER-MILLER— Miller, aged 22,
and Mary Miller, aged IS; natives fo Rus
sia and Pennsylvania; residents of Los
Angeles.
MALTBIE-BROWN-Park Leßoy Mnlthle,
aged 22, and Fredia C, Brown, aged IS; na
tives of New York and California; residents
of Los Angeles.
TODD-LOW—William Todd, aged 85, and
Isabella F. Low, aged 29; natives of Scot
land; residents of Ixra Angeles.
GRANDMASON-HARHIS—KmII D. Grand
mason, aged 81, and LUll B. Harris, aged
29; natives of Canada and Oregon; residents
of Cornelius, Ore., and I/os Angeles,
KELLY-MASON—Charlie Kelly, agi d 31, and
Marlon H. Mason, aged 25; natives of lowa
and California; residents of Los Angeles.
DEATHS
YOUNG—Anna E. Young, 1T26 Bantes street,
native of New York, aged 82; progressive
senile paralysis.
AEN—Samuel Aen, county hospital, native of
Sweden, aged 68; endocarditis.
BARTLETT— Josephine Bartlett, 1192 East
Fifty-tlfth street, native of New York, aged
62; diabetes mellltus.
EVENS—Jane Evens, 77" West Thirty-second
street, native of England, aged 42; menln
ritts.
BROOKS— David Brooks, receiving hospital,
native of Ohio, aged 88; shock.
BIRTHS
GUM'S
Kami:/. To Domingo and Ignaclo Ram 405
North Vlgnes street.
WORKMAN— W. H. and Elizabeth Work
man. Good Samaritan hospital.
DIED
WINANB—At 4421 Marmlon way, April I!,
I 1910, Margaret B. Wlnans, wife of E. 11.
Wlnans and mother of Mrs. B, A. W. Car
ver, Martha S., Katherlne and Joy A.
Wlnans, aged 76 years. Funeral private. No
flowers, 4-13-1
JACKSON—At her residence, 1210 West
Twenty-third street, April 12, 1910, Christine
A. Jackson, wife of William Jackson.
Funeral services will be. held In the chapel
of Orr & Edwards Co. Thursday, April 11.
at 3 o'clock p. m. * - '■■ '
CEMETERIES
HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY
Rolling lawns, trees, shrubbery and beauti
ful lakes.
MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT
Situated In the most beautiful section of
Southern California, the Ideal location Jiijt
inside Los Angeles City limits.
ilelro&o and Colegrove car lines to grounds.
A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT
Aim. ~UH LaugtiUu lildij. Main 391.
EVERGREEN CEMETERY ~
The lon Angeles Cemetery association,
Boyle Heights, uear lily limits. Operated j
under perpetual churter from Lou Angeles
tit}. Mudcru chapel and crematory.
Ofllre, 839 ltra.ll>ury Bldg.
Ilium* —Main 604 1 A54U6.
Cemetery—Home UIVB3; Boyle (1.
6-6-12 m
"~"rosedale cemetery "
An endowed memorial park, noted for its
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
petual care, over V 250,000; modern receiv
ing vault, chapel, crematory and columbar
turn- accessible. City office, SUITE 302-JOil
EXCHANGE BLDO.. N. E. col Third and
Hill «ts Phones Main 000; A 3820. Cemetery
office 1831 W. Washington st. Phones 72558,
West 80. S- ! - _!_!
" INGLEWOOD PARK
CEMETERY
Two miles outside of city limits on the Loj
Angeles and lledondo Ry.; 200 acres of per
fect land with improvements outclassing
any cemetery on the coast
JOT 8. Broadway, room 202. Phones F3303.
Main 466» Supt phone A.593, 4-l-12m
UNDERTAKERS
INDEPENDENT OK THE TRUST
We will furnish for $76 hearse, two hacks,
embalming, shroud and cloth covered casket.
GODEAU & MARTINONI.
Main office 827 S. Flgueroa. Home 63427:
Broadway 2731. Branch offices, 2123 Brush
' street, 306 Montgomery avenue, San Fran
cisco; 1306 Franklin street, Oakland. Hacks
. tot hire. Lady attendant. 8-16-U j
WANTED
• HELP—MALE ' _
WANTED—A GOOD, ENERGETIC BOY OF
about 17 years of age. Apply to Circulation
Manager of Herald before 10 a. m. this
morning. 4-12-tf
NO EXPENSE TO LEARN ELECTRICITY,
plumbing, bricklaying, automoblllng on
contract jobs In few months' time. No ap
prenticeship or helpers' work. Catalogue
free. UNITED TRADES SCHOOL CON
TRACTING CO., 232 Allso st. Los Ange
lee. tO-4-tt
SALESMAN WANTED—ORAND OPPOR
tunity; carry our cigars exclusively or as
a side line; merchants buy on sight; free
samples. REGENT MFG. CO., Cleveland,
Ohio. S-22-100t
WANTED—MAN WITH AUTO TO MAKE
de?ert trip 3 days; will pay some cash and
put you on to some good'government land
free. R. M. RUSSELL, 644 Douglas Brdg,
Ami. 4-13-1
CIGAR SALESMEN WANTED—EXPERI
ence unnecessary; sell our brands to the re
tail trade; big pay; write for full particulars
at once. GLOBE CIGAR CO., Cleveland, O.
I-11-1001
WANTED—BOY TO DO OFFICE WORK IN
exchange for commercial course; small
salary, NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF TYPE
WRITING, Mv Chamber of Commerce,
8-J-tf
WANTED— YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
with blcyclM. Can earn 11,25 to (3; steady, '■
easy work. Apply 03ati S. MAIN. ROOM 1.
Phi F2588. 4-11-13-15-17
HELP—FEMALE
WANTED—YOUNG LADY TO DO OFFICS
work In exchange for Spanish and short
hand instruction; small salary. NATION
AL SCHOOLS OF TYPEWRITING. 610
Chamber of Commerce. J-3-tf
WANTED— LADY TO STUDY
shorthand and bookkeeping; can pay when
we find you a position. NATIONAL
SCHOOL OF TYPEWRITING, 610 Cham
ber of Commerce. 3-3-tf
WANTED — SEVEN LADIES QUICK—
Beauty culture pays big. Learn right
FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSING COL
LEGE, corner Hroadway. Entrance 227
Mercantile place. 3-2-tf
LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STEAD
or evenings; can stamp transfer, (1.50
doz. upward; original, reliable firm. Room
111 MASON 81.UG.. 228 W. Fourth.
9-18-tf
WANTED—AN" EXPERIENCED GIRL ON
fine jjants. 223 W. SECOND ST.. room
lit. , 4-18-1
VACY STEER WANTS 10 GIRLS. «S3 SOUTH
FLOWER. Phone 18745. 4-10-tf
HELP— OR FEMALE
WANTED—MEN A.ND WOMEN TO LEARN
the barber trj^e; guaranteed In eight
weeks. Cats'. »*ue free. MOHLER BAR
BER COLLEGE. 125 E. Second St. 7-1-tf
COLLEGE AND NORMAL GRADUATES
placed In Ariz., Nev., Cal BOYNTON !
TEACHERS' AGENCY, 626 Stlmson block. :
8-iQ-30t
SITUATIONS—MALE |
LAW GRADUATE HOLDING THE DE
gres L.L. M. desires position as teacher In
a commercial school to teach evening
class commercial law and other com
sasrclal branches. P. 3, bo» 564. ■■■•■
4-13-4
BETHLEHEM FREE EMPLOYMENT
agency, 610 Vignes street. Main 1735;
Home A4SS4. Men for housecleanin*.
yard work and general labor. S-24-tf
BITI-ATION . BY, FIRST-CLABB GARDENER;
understands flowers and vegetables, also the
care r.f horses and cow; can furnish local
references. Address BOX 447, Herald. 4-13-4
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN ELDERLY
American man, temperate, honest and relia
ble. Address BOX 472, Herald. 4-13-3
TWO JAPANESE BOYS WISH SITUATIONS
as milkers. T. iiana, Room 34, 835 Jack
son st. 4-u-r.t
ELDERLY MAN WANTS WORK; HANDY
with tools, B. HILL, 235 E. 7th St. 4-10-4
SITUATIONS—FEMALE
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION IN
office; understands typewriting; expect
small salary to start with; good references.
Address 1863 CHANNINO ST. Phone Main I
1283. 4-13-4 |
THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED DHESS- i
maker wants engagements; would cut and '
lit; references; Write DRESSMAKER, 1341
S. Hope. 4-10-4
RELIABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS
housekeeping or general work; steady
place. BOX 454. Herald. 4-7-7
SITUATIONS—MALE AMI FEMALE
WANTED—WORK IN PRIVATE HOUSE),
(20 month, room and board, while attend
ing school: school hours from 2 to i p. m
P. O. BOX 347, City. Ml-ti
TO ri'RCUASB—-MISCELLANEOUS
\TA.Si'JiiJ—CASH PAID FOR KAtHSK
beds 7SS SAN PEDRO ST. Pbonsi
'"-■HI: Main 1101. U-IJ-lf
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—BARN OR ROOM IN WHICH
to keep automobile at night; must be dry.
cafe, easy of access and near center of j
city. Address BOX 999, Herald office.
3- _'.'.- tf
i
LOST AND FOUND ;
LOST—BETWEEN I". E. DEPOT AND PAS
adenn, a sum II green purse containing two
I plain band rinKs, three Bet rings small
amount of silver; reward. 803% S. Spring st,
4-13-1
LOST—BROWN MARE), LAME FORE LEG,
with halter on; ll's tands high. Pie i no
tify owner. Will pay charges. Phono FBMI,
and receive reward. 4-11-3 j
STOLEN —FROM HOLLYWOOD CAR t)N |
morning of April I. 3-day books, if i"': ,
returned to owner In three i!ay:s will
prosecute party. 4-3:!-.'!
LOST HIJACK LEATHER POCKETBOOK,
containing receipts. Return to T. A.
PIETY, l"7 S. Broadway; reward, j-13-l
FOR RENT
APARTMENTSFURNISHED AND
_____ UNFURNISHED
MODERN HOUSEKEEPING
APARTMENTS
FURNISHED FOR RENT
»18—1023 W. First st DENVER
(16—1117 W. First st OOLETA
• 17—1133 W. First st MICHIGAN
$14—U37 W. First st LUCERNE
• 10—1141 W. First st ST. LOUIS
$14—204 N. Fremont aye GENEVA
$17—212, N Fremont «ye HELVETIA
•14—218 N. Fremont aye KAMONA
$17— N. Fremont aye (SAVIOTA
$12—911 Diamond st PORTLAND
$80—1126 Mignonette st OAKLAND
$15—812 W. Fourth st SEATTLE
$12—332 S Flgueroa st TAUT
$10—334 S. FlguerOSJ st ROOSEVELT
$13—150 N. Beaudry aye CHICAGO
*10—1020 Colton st FLORENCE
$11—1003 E. Ninth st BOSTON
•11—1015 E. Ninth st NEW YORK
$10— is Crocker st PITTSBURO
$14—712 Ceres aye ALHAMHRA
$35— Francisco st MAHENOO
$00—1134 W. Seventh st PARK
OWNED AND OPERATED BY
T. WIESENOANGKR,
Room 311. 207 S. Broadway. A 2043: Main
2043. Branch office. 1017 W. First St.
8*ll"ti
HotefSeviHe
732-731 S. FLOWER ST.
One of the finest family hotels In the city.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heat;
hot and cold water; electric lights; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
_ Phoneii: Main 5513; FCS3B. 4-1-tf
FLATS—FURNISHED
ATTRACTIVE MODERN PLAT', 141 LARGE
rooms nicely furnished; sunny, homelike;
choice Westlake situation; moderate; adults
■ 2618 W. Eighth St. £.3464. 4-13-1
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MOKXIXi;, AIMUL i;,, 1i)10.
FOR RENT
OFFICES
FOR RENT—NICE SUNNT FRONT O»*-
Bets ■on Broadway; large windows and
advertising space; a:so smaller offices. In
(iUira room 4. 244 % 8. BROADWAY.
l-17-t»
FURNISHED
~~ GIRARD HOUSE
115 E. THIRD ST.
100 all outside rooms; GO with private
bath; central location; elevator service;
steam heat; rates ns low as (IS month;
with private bath, (26. Main 2380; Home
10361. ' 3-24-tf
(10 —TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, one rear Bleeping or housekeeping
room, (5; close In. 841 SUNSET BLVD.
4-13-3
NICE SUNNY, FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rent; (2 week and up at ARGYLE» Sac
ond and Olive sts. 4-12-3
FARMING LANDS
LECTURE ON FLORIDA EVERY AFTER
noon, 4 o'clock, at our office. 229 W. 7th st.
FLORIDA LAND CO. 4-12-1
FOR SALE
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
' ; FOR~SALE ' ~
AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY TRUSTEE IN
BANKRUPTCY
Sycamore Caiyoi
WATER RIGHTS IX ARROYO PECO,
VERUUUO AMI MII.LAKD CANYONS.
FRANCHISES TO LAY PIPES IN THE
STREETS OF LOS ANGELES.
to BE SOLD
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday, April 2511, 1910
At 13 o'clock, noon,
BY TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY.
AT BLANCHARD HALL, 233 SOUTH
BROADWAY, I.OS ANGELES, UAL.
The entire outstanding capital stock of
LA SIEItKA WATER COMPANY,
Which owns the sycamore Canyon.
A large tract of land, about
1650 acres, between Pasadena and
Glendale, near Los Angeles, Cal.;
also a franchise to lay pipes along
the public streets of Los Angeles.
and contains water rights as above.
This stock, mMc is part of the assets of
the Into* firm of Keller £ Co., bankers, of
New York city, must be sold in settlement
of the bankrupt estate. This Is an EXTRA
ORDINARY OPPORTUNITY to acquire
valuable properties at a bargain price.
lor descriptive circulars, containing full
information, terms of sale and further an
nouncement*, apply to HON. GILBERT D.
MUNSON, FROST BLDG.. LOS ANGELES,
CAL., or to LAWRENCE E. SEXTON,
TRUSTEE in Bankruptcy of Ke«»ler & Co..
68 Williams street. New York rltr.
3-27-su-wed-tf
(Orange Owe
SiapS!

Owner needs monty for oil" investment;
14' i acres; 10 acres choice 12-year-old navels,
full bearing; balance budded to Valencia*,
3 years old. AS FINE A GROVE AS CAN
BE FOUND IN RIVERSIDE TERRITORY.
Frost did no damage here. Has never been
offered tinder 111,000 cash; (14,500 takes it
this week only.
STACY REALTY CO.
K!l S. Spring St. *
F2115
San Pedro Office
Mi BEACON ST.
Both Phoses
■.'.. ";'.'
4-13-5
PIANOS
2 Carloads
of Beautiful
Sample
Pianos
Must Be Sold
a^
At Once
- ■■'■"-■■■;;"'-':':'wHMHMaP
Wonderfully low prices during the next
SIX DAYS
Included arc several highest grade player
pianos.
CASH OR EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Come early for best choice..
Note the address
SUITE BOg-air
PARMELEE-DOHRMANN BLDG.
Uroadwa} Between Fourth and Fifth
BTB ■!« ■*■' V *.... c.
4-1:1-1
WANTED
PIANO BUYERS ATTENTION
THERE IS A FIRST-CLASS UP-TO-DATE
piano store on the 2d floor, 720 South Broad-,
way, that undersells any ground floor deal
er, from HO to $100 a piano, on account
cheap rent. It's Just the place to save
money. New pianos for (188 up, 3 years
to pay in.
VAN SANT PIANO CO.,
Second floor, 720 South Broadway.
"ELEVATOR CUTS THE PRICE"
4 10-«
PIANOS AT (2 60 AND (3 PER MONTH.
Square pianos of standard markes in ex
cellent condition. Will sell on the above
small payments. GEO. J. BIRKEL CO.,
845-347 S. Spring St. 10-28-tf
FOR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO IN FINE
condition; only (100 for Immediate sals.
Call for Inspection 418 W. FIFTH ST.
GOVERNMENT LANDS
GOVERNMENT LAND
We want ten or more persons to form a
party to see and locate on government land
in Kern county. Fine level land, only rive
mil, from R. R. For further Information
pleaso see. or write
ERIKSON & CO.
105 W. Sixth at., room 1 4-10-5
FOR SALE '
I*.'/":? - HOUSES
- v -
UY
Use
1. Of paying rent.
2. Of living in an old house.
3. Of having a landlord.
What's fie
latter ;.
1. With owning your home.
2. With our 5-room bungalows.
3. With having the best.
ANSWER -Hrlng your rent money to us ]
and we will deliver t.i you a new, modern, s
room, plastered, tinted bungalow In the
southwestern part of the city. You will no
longer be tied down to a landlord, and
money formerly paid him for his profit will
then be used to pay for a home of your
own. This easily secured property will :
take no more money to buy than rents do,
and every payment adds to your personal j
assets instead of being lost forever. i
Wo have a good buffet, large porcelain
bath and sink, street Improvements are be
ing put in at our expense, and we will sell
a few more of these places at (1600 and
(1700, depending on location. The houses
are all different, but equally good.
We build our houses by day labor, of the
best material and put them on a solid ce
ment foundation. The yards have about 100
large trees growing In each, j
.If you are particular about getting a
good, well made house and on such terms |
that you will hardly remember that, the ;
house has cost you anything, then get busy j
quickly and see us.
Be CAR FARE
to Manchester avenue, then a 2-mlnute walk >
south to
KEY PLACE TRACT
Take Redondo .-:r."rt Line car via Moneta
avenue. Tract Is on Moneta avenue and
Main street, and West Eighty-eight street
and West Eighty-eighth place.
KEY REALTY COMPANY,
Owners.

G. C. DENNIS, Manager.
226-227 Seclurlty Bulldlnir.
Or see Mr. Myers on tho tract.
F5744; Main till,
4-13-1
Will Trade or Sell
We have a dandy 5-room house on Belve
dere Heights which we will trade for lots
or acreage In North Highland Park or Eagle
r.i, valley; this house is complete In every
detail; has all conveniences, nice shrubbery,
lawn, etc.; close to be car fare and school
house; is rented at present; we will also
sell the place for $2300 at (300 down, $18
per month. Call and see us, or phono
B. R. ELLS & CO.
Office end of Garvanza York blvd. car line.
Phone East 76. 4-13-1
We have for rale the best bungalows,
cottages and California houses in beautiful
Los Angeles, with gas and electric lights,
and all street improvements: tine lawns and
fruit trees; situated In the most level and
healthy part of the city; free from smok<!
and noises, and close to school houses
and churches.
We have a beautiful bungalow with cot
tage in the rear that is rented by the year;
owner has to leave for the east on account
of business. This place Is for sale at a
snap.
The above bungalow and cottage are both
completely furnished in mission style.
We also have ranch properties from 8 to
BO acres, with water rights and near car
lines. One walnut ranch with trees 11 years
old. Other bmall ranches near the beach.
We solicit the business of every home
seelcer who is looking for a square deal.
It will pay you to look over our list
before buying.
RITCHIE & LYON,
417-418 Mason Opera Mouse.
pssssssPP"****"
Home Phone A 3952,
4-3-tf
SNAP
5-Room Bungalow
$75 CASH
AS GOOD AS NEW MODERN B-ROOM
BUNGALOW.
Buffet, fireplace, cabinet kitchen, screen
porch, bath, toilet, tinted walls, beautiful
■treat.
Hooper aye. car line on 3Cth st.
THIS IS A GENUINE BARGAIN.
Price $2400-524 a Month.
LOS ANGELES
INVESTMENT COMPANY
333-337 S. Hill St.
Main 2248. 60127.
LARGEST CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING CO.
IN THE WORLD.
4-10-13-13-14-15-5t
• ;
FOB BALE
I have two of the most attractive 5-room
bungalows located in the southwest. The
' places have every modern convenience, in
cluding gas, electric lights, good street
work; panel rooms, cabinet kitchens, etc.;
on th« yellow car line with a ie fare and
transfer; price $2350; terms can be arranged
to suit the purchaser.
For particulars see owner.
H. BLAKE
142 South Spring Street
. Phones.. Home. 10685, Main 6661
FOR SALE
BOWHM
It's Only a Habit to
• Pay Rent—STOP IT
»lOVE INTO ONE OF OUR .
4 Rooms— Beamed Ceilings
5 Rooms— V Paneled Walla
6 Rooms— Hardwood Floors
STRICTLY MODKRN.
with every built-in convenience. We can locate you in the north, east,
south or another great modern feature.
OUR TERMS—It's a habit of ours to make them easy.
Inquire into our habit.
W\ TRVTT T5H 1 CEr^ -
~~ - ■ . .
316-17 International Bank Bids.
A 6266. Maln 1673
-■
_
%m [PO^T PAY J $115
CASH , __^fe^*^"^^. MONTHLY
Includiiifr inferent, Insurance and taxes, will |tu> a homo that you
can be proud of. The*e housed are all phi- (en and tinted, liirsr
rooiim, fireplace in HvinK or dining room, hot water heaters, AI
plumbing, gas and electric light**, with fixtures In, Htr»*i*t work all
In. I tit- fenced if denirrd. Car fare S cents; only 25 inlnutt'>« from
Third and Spring NtreetH, and good Hervlce. Come out today.
Take car on Broadway or i m-l Mreet marked "i:;iht I irst St.,"
and K't off at Brooklyn are. Walk one block went and Mi;
l'L£TCll£ll, agent «n tract, will show you. "DO THIS TODAY."
Home Builders
of Los Angeles
Owners
342-3-4 DOUGLAS BLDG.
Main 3601 Third and Spring Streets Phone A2OOO
Moeeta Aye. Way
Don't Worry
"Do It Today"
$100 cash—sooo at (15 month; cleanest,
nicest two-room house on a D0x135-ft. corner,
east front; very pretty lawn, flowers; corner
Is worth the money.
(75 cash—(l3oo, at (15 month, very pretty
E-room cottage, barn, chicken yards and
houses, fine lawn and flowers; a very com
plete house; 6c fare; SO minutes from Second
and Broadway. Buy this today. Do it now.
(75 cash—(ll7s, at $15 month, 6-room mod
ern cottage, near two yellow car lines.
(30 cash—slloo, at (15 month, including In
terest, on a corner 40x145 to alley; this is
3 large rooms and bathroom and toilet. Now
buy a homo; don't always rent.
(150 li $3360, at (20 month, elegant 6
room modern bungalow; cheapest house on
60th et.; Bo car fare and transfer. Do It
now while the price and terms are right.
(130 cash—s22so, at {23 month, prettiest 6
room bungalow between Moneta and Figue
roa. Mm * sell and go cast. It's new. If
you see this you will buy a home.
$100 ciwh and $21M) at (20 per month—C
room bungalow between Moneta and Main.
This Is a good buy. Get ill while you can.
This is modern and on 43-foot lot. Do it i
now.
(100 cash and $2700 at (25 per month—Extra
nice 5-room bungalow near Main and Slau
son aye. See this and quit paying rent. I
mean you. Do It now,
(200 cash and $1800 at $15 month—East front
corner on Mom ta. This Is positively best buy
on terms on Moneta. Do It now.
|JCO cash an 1 $li>Jo at $20 month, Interest
included— 90x136 lot, corner on Sixty-fifth it.
$;",0 cash and •*.■>:>'! at $10 month—4oxl3s on
63d. near Fivueroa. Now buy a home.
$23 cash—s4so, at $10 month, 42x140, between
Moneta and .Main.
$30 cash—ssoo, at $10 month, cheapest corner
on Main st.
$30 cash—(COO, at $10 month, cheapest lot
en 60th st., 40x135.
$1430—Cheapest corner on Moneta. Sold it
once tor (1600.
1100 cash—s7oo, at $10 month, east front on
Moneta. If you ever expect to own a lot
on Moneta better get In now.
FISHER & FISHER,
Southwest corner of 61st and Moneta aye.
Phones 2SO2s. South 3834.
. 4-10-7
FOR SALE—,
BUNGALOW, CLOSE IN ..- Tt•<
(2700 —$270 cash. $25 monthly, on Fifty
seventh street, between Main and South
Park avenue. Gas. electricity, street work
and sewers. Oak floors.' beamed celllngß,
open fireplaces, buffet, cabinet kitchens,
cement porches, lighting fixtures. Fifty of
these modern five-room homes building.
San Pedro street car to Fifty-seventh
street. Tract office.
THE INVESTMENT BUILDING CO.
1008 W. P. Story Bldg. F3175; Bdway. 4575.
4-1-tf-d. o.
VERY SPECIAL BARGAINS—NEW, MOD
irn 5-room bungalow; also small house In
pear; located In best section, southwest;
owner leaves city; ■ sacrifice for $2300; $200
cash, balance to suit purchaser. See
CRAIG
105 South Broadway
4-13-1
FOR SALE—(4OO UNDER VALUE; GOING
east, must sell; furnished house of six
rooms, all Improvements; good lot, barn:
. also 1 acre out.<dri« . 1"* » TWENTY
SEVENTH; ST. ' •-»;T
FOR SALE
BOP—H
"See These Be
fore You Buy"
$6250
This fine new home of 7 large
rooms, located in our most
healthy district; high ground:
fine outlook of mountains; north
front. This is cheap at $7500,
but on account of owner getting
the oil fever will let go at $6250.
Remember, this includes all the
modern improvements, such as
paneled walls, beam ceilings, long
living room with large fireplace,
built-in bullet, furnace, hardwood
floors throughout, also large
screen sleeping porch.
$3500
This beautiful new, modern, <>-
room bungalow, located in our
best residence district, including
all the latest improvements, large
lot. This is well worth $4650,
but to make a quick turn will lit
it go for $3500. Can arrauge your
own terms.
THE F. D. BIGLER CO.
213 Story Bldg.
F4582
S. E. Corner Sixth and Broadway
4-13-1
FOR SALE —
HOUSES LIKE RENT
$1000 —J room house, close in,
$30 cash. bal. (10 mo,
(1500 —l-room new modern bungalow.
$30 cas,:. bal. (10 mo.
$1800 —S-raum new modern bungalow.
$50 rash. bal. (15 mo.
$2000 — 6-rooni new modern bungalow,
(100 cash. bal. (15 mo.
$2500 —,"■ room new modem bung-alow,
(100 cash. bal. (15 mo.
. TAYLOR REALTY CO..
Corner East Flr«t and Evergreen atreeta.
Open Sunday. Phones 1)1121; Boyle 1806.
FOR BALE-
A corner lot, 60x150 to alley; well built
house; built for owner; In good residential
district. Thl» Is business property right
now; Prion $8000; mortgage $0000.
PALMER & HAMMOND
513 Union Trust Building
4-13-21
PART II
FOR SALE . .
CITY LOTS AND - lANDS ■ ■■
Noiuiandic
Park
NonmaDdic
The Finest and Most Select Sub
division in the North-o'Wilshire
District. ',
Tw*nty-two minutes from bu*lness on
West Seventh street (Heliotrope drive car*).
Streets 100 feet wide, paved with crushed
rock and asphaltum.
; (',.■.* and electricity. Wide parkway*.
Lots r.fixisn. two feet ahovo walk.
Proper residence restrictions, rigidly en
forrort (ever: 10l restricted).
This tract lias been on the market two
weeks. Total sales $38,000; contracts for
four houses already let.
Now the
■ .'■■.
Prices
We have a sales contract with the east
crn owners. They want to use their money
elsewhere. The prices are eloquent of their
desire for a quick settlement. Lots worth
from $1500 to $2500 can be bought for from
$900 to 11310, The fact that we have pur
chased ten of the lots ourselves at the »d
-vertised prices is an Indication of what we
think of the property. DON'T wait too
LONG. - •
"IT i".\vs TO SEE is."
Edwards
Company
It] Laughlln Building, 313 Broadway?
Branch office at end of West Seventh
. 11. I,..trope drive cars). In brick building.
4-8-13-16-31
/
The One (Opportunity
BUY LOTS IN
Part
IS OUR ADVICE
FOR QUICK AND SURE
PROFITS
We have a few cheap lots for
sale adjoining the new Occi
dental College site in North
Highland, Park, on which there
can be" made from 10 to 25 per
cent profit* in the next ninety
days. Don't overlook this op
portunity, but call and sec us
at our office, end of Garvanza,
York boulevard car line, or .
call us up so we can tell you
about it. Phone East 76,
;
4-13-1
FOE BALE
TO BUILDERS
We have a half block of 60-ft. east front
lots on Coronado St., graded, sewered, '
curbed, cement sidewalks, etc., .for $1000 per
lot as a whole; one-third cash, balance 1 ami
2 years at 6 per cent, with favorable release,
clause. We are SOLE AGENTS, but invite
other agents to co-opcrato with us,ln the
Kule of this bunch of lots. Houses on these .
lot! will go like "hot cakes." See V'
RANNELLS LAND CO. '
Office 127 North Main St.
Phones Main 0707, A 2910
4-13-1
GRANADA PARK
One-quarter acre lots, $450, Including street
work. Only fifteen minutes from First and
Main. High grade but reasonable restric
tions. Special discount* to home builder*.
M. E. MILLER COMPANY
*!« MERCHANTS TBUHV HIJ3O. >• ■■"' :,-'
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