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GRIDER A HAMILTON PROMISE TO PUSH WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
GRIDER A HAMILTON PROMISE TO PUSH WORK. The meeting of protest which purchasers of lots In Grider &amp; Hamilton’s Highland Park tract held, has already borne good fruit. The following letter has been written to Chairman Ritchie of the committee, which was appointed to call upon the firm and request specific agreement as to their intentions. It will be noticed that there is a discrepancy as to the work which they now say they will do on Ash street and that which all buyers expected to be •donA when they bought In the tract: IDear As per request, In order to settle any misunderstandings purchasers of (property In our Highland Park tract may have In Regard to what we Iritend to do and when—we Intend to grade, curb, sidewalk sqd plant shade trees on the following streets: Buchanan street, Baltimore street, Hub street and the north side of Means street, The south side of Means street, we understand, Is to be curbed, sidewalked and graded by Mr. Bell, who Is the owner of the prop...
BACCALAUREATE SERMON OF OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
BACCALAUREATE SERMON OF OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. The largest audience that ever assembled In the Highland Park Presbyterian church heard Rev. Joseph Stevenson, M. A., dean of Occidental College, preach the baccalaureate sermon’ for the students of the college and academy Sunday morning. The church was decorated with college pennants and banners, and the pulpit was banked with yellow flowers. The faculty, all the students, and many friends were present. A section was reserved for the graduating clasSes and the seniors were arrayed In cap and gown, Rev. F. P. Berry, pastor of the church, delivered the Invocation and introduced Dean Stevenson. Special music was given by the welltrained chorus choir under the direction of Prof. D. C. Rice. Miss Aneta Trumbull Dodge of Pasadena sang “Come Unto Him” from the Messiah.” Dean Stevenson took for his text the latter part of Matthew xl, 28: "I will give you rest.” He advised the young people to settle the great question as to the authority of the Bi...
APT ARTIST’* COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
APT ARTIST’* COLONY. A colony of artiste has been formed and will locate their homes and studios In the Arroyo Verde place, near Mr. Walker Jones’ Arroyo Verde springs, opposite Mineral Park. Two houses are already being constructed, one being for Mr. R. H. Mobler, a landscape painter and member of .the New York Art Club, who la already oh the ground making his home. The other home is for the Misses Douglas, who are adepts in Oriental art work. Altogether, fifteen or twenty artists will build artistic cottages in a semicircle about a large central open-air assembly hall. The artists will be of ■different crafts from stained glass, china painting and Interior decorations to landscape work. It is expected that the conditions of life here will be nearly perfect from the artists’ standpoint. No lovelier spot to ebarm the painter's brush could have been selected. The location Is not far from Judson’s Garvanza College of Fine Arts.
FOR SALE BY OWNER. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
FOR SALE BY OWNER. New 6-room bungalow in the best residence district in High laud Park. Built for a home, with every modern convenience. Old gold pressed brick mantel, dining room panelled, built-in sea|s and bookcases, three lajge bedrooms. The front bedroom is connected with'folding doors to living room and dining room, so.theae rooms can be made one large room. The house is finished with selected slash grain Oregon pine burned, polished hardwood floors, fine hath room and wash ,tray, hot water heater. I'm going away in thirty days. Must sell. See me at once. W. Wright, 132 East Avenue 58. Phone 39283.
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS The Continental Insurance Company e 1 New York has passed,through four or five great dreg, Including those of New York, Chicago, Boston, Baltimore and San Francisco, and is still as solid as the rock of Glbralter. The -fire loss In San Francisco was. aver $2,000,000, but it only exhausted one.third of its surplus, and less than oneseventh of-its capital. All who wish Insurance written in this old and timetested company call on the Crescent Real Estate and Investment Company, 6015 Pasadena avenue.
HIGHLAND GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
HIGHLAND GLEN. The Herald Is now located at 5719 Pasadena avenue, two doors from the old location. Leave all items of news here for the paper. You can get three loaves of ten cent bread for a quarter at Shannon’s Bakery, 5805 Pasadena avenue. Mrs. C. W. Smith of Palm Terrace was called East Saturday last by a telegram announcing the serious illness of her sister in Allegheny, Pa. W. H. Mohr, the architect, whose ofllCe IT room 6 V ClHSen’s National. Bank building, is receiving much praise for the excellent results attained in the new residence at No. 200 West Avenue SC. The Herald recommends that prospective 'builders do nut fall to see him. Money to loan for building purposes can be had at this Bank of Highland Park. One week from next Sunday evening the children of Christian Sunday school will present their Children's day program. This will bC Interesting and enjoyable to all. Take a walk up Avenue 62 to Aldama street and down Avenue 53. Cement sidewalks all the way. The magnifice...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
IMPORTANT NOTICE A regular meeting of the New York Valley Improvement Association will be held next Monday, June isth, at 7:30 sharp In Grace chapel church, on New York street, near Avenue 54. There will be business of much importance and to the interest of every person living in the territory bounded as follows: Beginning at New York and Latrobe streets, thence east to Eagle Rock avenue, north on Eagle Rock avenue to base line, then west to Branch street, north to top of hills, west to Avenue 64, south o« Avenue 54 to Aldama street, on Aldama to Avenue 01, south to Mesa avenue, east on Mesa to New York Jhen south to pblnt 'of beginning. Among other things of Importance to come before the people will be street grading, new car line, etc - . A most cordial Invitation Is extended to all the ladles to be present and take part In these meetings. ALL COME next Monday evening, i C, W. WENRICH, President. |
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
G. W. Robbins, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Watches, clocks, jewelry, music boxes and spectacles repaired and warranted. 5938 Pasadena avenue, Highland Park. J. H. Wolf, Shoemaker. 5903 Paaedena avenue. First class work guaranteed. Our fine finishing is the delight of all our patrons. John D. Wilson. Gardening, General House Cleaning New Lawns Put In. Odd Jobs around the house. Property cared for in absence of the owners. Sunset East 1288. Residence Hermon. 41-p4. Laundry Agency. 1 Troy Laundry agency at the Arroyo, 5711 Pasadena avenue. Telephones East 1899, Home 39312, Laundry collected Monday and Wednesday. Delivered Thursday and Saturday. 1 For Sale—Good hens at 127 Bast Avenue 55. 1-2* / Tailoring Cleaning Pressing C,C. Reed, 5719 Pasadena Av PHONES: East 2191 Hom«j 39311 Orders called for and delivered. . * Dry clean a specialty.
TOPICS TRMES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
TOPICS TRMES It Isn't as long a time between earthquakes as It used to be. If ever the “earthquake proof house Is solved It will be built of rubber. “Lobsters are scarce.” says a dispatch from Bangor, Maine. Happy Bangor! A:i excellent way to dispose of the man with the muck' rake would be to get rid of the muck. The muck rake, however, Is a useful Implement In Its way. It is the man v behind the rake that the President Is after. .f ' ______ Now nrlseth the fear that a lock canal in Panama might be unlocked with disastrous effect by an earthquake. , 1 V 1 ~ ■ One man killed an- enemy by putting poison in a mince pie. Just as If mime pie without poison was not deadly enough. The Supreme Court decision concerning divorces has given Newport society something besides monkey dinners to think about Nlkish Is said to demand $50,000 a year as leader of the Boston Symphon; orchestra. This 1 IS not a caseof “art for art’s sake.” One of the Sunday papers contains an article on “The Passing of ...
Acro** the Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
Acro** the Ocean. r two or three mouths ago a Guthrie woman mailed a copy ot a Guthrie paper to.«a,.|rlend at Ladoga. lud. At least-- that wag where she Intended to send It, but In writing the address she left off the first two letters *of the State, making It "India.” So across the ocean It traveled. The Indian postal officials could find no tow ip there by the name of Ladoga, and sent It hack to this country. After months of traveling, it finally turned up In the Indiana 1 town, after having visited Bombay and a number of other Indian cities.
A Small Beirlnnlnix, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
A Small Beirlnnlnix, Elsle-t-Yodr Uncle Harry seems awful young to be a doctor. Willie —Yes, but be ain’t a real, growcd-np doctor yet I guess he’s only 'tendin' to children yet. so’s to get some practice.—Philadelphia Ledger. After a woman passes forty, all the compliments she gets about her looks tar* from women who don’t mean them,' and from drunken men. When a man loves.V woman more than .tongue can tell all be has to do is let her get a glimpse of bls nocket bcnk.
[DC WEEKLY T HJUSTORIAH [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
[DC WEEKLY T HJUSTORIAH 1192—Conrad de Monferrat assassinated. 1200—Edward I. of England defeated the Soots at battle of Dunbar. 1379—A poll—tax imposed by Eagllah. Parliament. t 1478—Julian De Medici assassinated. 1530—Eruption ot Mt. Aetna. Churcn of St. Leon destroyed. 1552—Council of Trent prorogued for two years, but did not meet till 1502. 1557 —The. inquisition established in France. 1607—Christopher Newport and 100 oth . ers entered Chesapeake Bay to es tablish first English colony in that ' section. 1610—Patent for Newfoundland granted | » to the Earl of Northampton. 1665 —Plague broke out at St. Giles, I London. p , . 7 1007—Milton disposed of the copyright of "Paradise Lost” for (25, 1694 —Bank of England incorporated. 1715—Alliance against Sweden by Russia, Prussia, Denmark and Saxony.. 1741—Cartagena attacked by Admiral Vernon. 1744 —Louis XV. or France declared war against Queen of Hungary. 1762 —The Irish levelers suppressed f&gt;j Lord Halifax. 1772—Count Str...
Public Uearh for »it ’York. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
Public Uearh for »it ’York. The New York Legislature has.author isteel ffie. rtty of New York rot-appropflate $2,000,000' for the purchas«r“Sn‘d $200,000 tor the construction and maintenance 01 a great free ocean beach tor the people of .the metropolis. This will be controlled by the department of parka, but ultimately a portiop may be.-pat under! the department of health tor the establishment of a convalescent hospital.. Also, ill is provided that philanthropies! soeieties may maintain fresh-air homes there. It is : understood that the city will secure nr Beach. * *
__ taORIAIS _ Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. A A A i [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
__ taORIAIS _ Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. A A A i THE OLD GOVERNMENT CLERKS. “ _ I’Cll of file thought that used* to be given Jt I to a consideration of “what to do with our I boys” has been transferred to the problem of the old men. \Vliaf Is to be done with u LVtJßlyll mini when lie Is old and feeble? ““ In the Stone age, and among savages in more recent times, the question was answered by disclosing of him In a mode which wag the reverse of sympathetic and humane. We/onnnot revert to that system. Indeed, the difficulty to-day Is, In the opinion of many persons, that we lire too..ayjnpathetic. Take the ease of the elerks In the departments at Washington. The law directs the secretaries to discharge them when they liecomeTTncapaclthtad, but tiro law ts notobeyed. 8o kindly dlsjiosed are people in these latter days that few If any old men are turned off. As a Congressman said recently, In discussing the condition, “Under the operation of the civil service regulat...
AFTER GRADUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
AFTER GRADUATION. In reply to the question, “What becomes of college girls?” a certain college president says, “Why, nothing unushal or sensational happens to them. They scatter all over the country, and become active and useful members of •ocletyi*’ Then, . says the New York Bun, the president produced a classbook of a class that* has been eut of college ten years, and let the record reveal the history of the members, s There were one hundred and fortyfive in the class when it was graduated. One-third of the members have traveled abroad, and all but thirty mention teaching and tutoring. About dfty-five\ have done graduate work at dtUKr schools and colleges, and up to the present time forty-one husbands havb been acquired. ‘‘Married on the hottest day you .ever saw to the best fellow,” records one girl. "Married a lieutenant In the United States navy, and since then have lived In a trunk in various places as near the seacoast as possible,” writes another. “Have achieved neither fame...
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. OARVANZA HERALD Dr. Louise M. Richter has returned home from Sunset Beach. She is still suffering from the effects of blood ■ poisoning.— ~ ’ A The largest stock, the cleanest stock, the best treatment —in fact the only • place to trade —Green &amp; Hooks. , ——- ' Daniel Waldschmidt of Ruby street has gope to San Diego to test recuperative qualities of its much lauded climate. • ' Ladies', misses’ and children’s bonnets, a nice selection of all colors at 25 cents; also men’s straw sun hats, 15 cents and up at the Oarvanza Dept, Store, 109 South Avenue 64. The annual reception of the Art school was held on Wednesday afternoon and evening. A large number of parsons were present in response to Prof. Judson's invitations. The Garvanza Paint Store at 105 North Avenue 64 has a complete stock of paints, oils, wall paper, burlap, etc. Call and get prices. 60-1* Francis Bacon of North Avenue 06 went to San Diego last Tuesday, where he will visit for a few days. Mr...
! Eagle Rock fruit and vegetables, i Green & Hooks. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
! Eagle Rock fruit and vegetables, i Green &amp; Hooks. ! Word has been received from Miss 1 Carver of the Associated Charities, who is now In San Francisco making , a personal Inspection of the needs of i the people there, that there Is a cry- . Ing need for maternity supplies and I babies' clothing of all kinds. Any ; one having donations to make can send them to Mrs. R. H. Lindsay, 6425 Elgin street, or send a postal card to her and they will be called for. Evangelistic meetings will be held In the Methodist Eplscbpa) church, North Avenue 66, from Sunday, June 17, to Sunday, June 24. On Monday and following nights the Rev. George E. Foster will preach. Mr. and Mrs. Foster will sing to auto-harp accompaniment, Miss Hattie E. Foster will play the trombone and Master Emory A, Foster the cornet, The latter Is only 13 years old and renders classical solos. . Infants’ vests, just the thing In this hot weather to keep -baby cool; they are low-neck, sleeveless and are only 10 cen...