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COL. HART TELLS OF OUR WONDERS. Truth About Prosperity and Earthquakes Detailed in Logan (la.) . Observer. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

COL. HART TELLS OF OUR WONDERS. Truth About Prosperity and Earthquakes Detailed in Logan (la.) . Observer. Los Angeles. May 14, 1900. This Is a beautiful, a wealthy and rapidly growing city. If la classed with the three moat beautiful cities In the United States, Detroit and Minneapolis being the other two. There are few If any cities in the United States that possess the wealth, per 'capita, that Los Angeles has. Some of our banks hare a deposit of fifteen million dollars. The amount is so great that the figures almost stagger the imagination. When Secretary Shaw was here, the president of one bank, J. P. Sartorl, an old Cornell College boy, called at the hotel where Shaw and I were conversing. During the conversation 1 told Shaw that Sartorf had nearly as much money In his bank as he (Shaw) had In his bank at Washington. 1 told him that the bank had 15,000,000 on deposit “Yes,” said the bank president, “we have 17,000,000.” That was a year and a half ago. Now Sartorl tells me he h...

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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EXTENSION OF MONTE VISTA CAR LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

EXTENSION OF MONTE VISTA CAR LINE. Work Is being rushed this week by a large gang on the extension of the Monte Vista car line from the present terminus to the end of Monte Vista, thence down Avenue 01 to Piedmont, and on Piedmont to Its Junction with Pasadena avenue. This la being done to save the franchise, which expires very soon. w Whether this line will go further at present is problematical, though rumor has it extended to many different destinations. There Is no dOuht that It will ultimately go on to a connection with the New York Valley line, or up Annandale Valley to connect with the Eagle Rook Valley line, thence to Pasadena via. Colorado street. Crltes, Myers ft Kuill, the big real estate operators of Eagle Rock and Annandale, state that an agreement has been made by the company to build through Annandale, and the route has been surveyed.

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MANY HONORS FOR HAMMACK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

MANY HONORS FOR HAMMACK. • i ivivwkw a vvs mm* Daniel Stewart Hammaok, son of D. M. Hammack of 144 Eaaf Avenue 66, received his degree of baebelbSf of arts from Princeton University"last week. He is one of the first group of Seven honor men in general scholarship, and re-coveted Phi Beta Kappa prize. He disc was given first-place In Jurisprudence and history; .took, the |6O cash prise for his thesis bn “Hlptory of American Political. Partita.” and was awarded the coveted Phi Beta Kappa prise. He also received'two medals In athletics. Before gotaig to Princeton Mr. Hammack Was 'four years In Occidental College, where his father was tor several years dean of the Law School. If yon have no vacant property, let us sell you a lot that is more than worth the price and put up one of our “Perfect Portable Bungalows." We are selling them. . To assure prompt delivery see us at once. Home Realty Co., 6960 Pasadena avenue.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

MRS.IDA CUMMINGS Dry Goods Gents’ '■ i ■** Furnishings NO. 5715 PASADENA AVENUE First class works Down town prices Sold by The Boys* Baraca Club ALENUE 56 and MONTE VISTA ST Dean Harinedy's Central Subdivision of Highland Park -Jtfecms Lot No. 1 w> 47.** 47 4a 42.** 40 «7 *3 OH /6 // /p // *»' zt I T7TS J7iP /S' Af & 6* /3 5° aw a i* (V cv * O' t «* *5 «p IA v* IN PRICES $l2OO 2 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 if 12 13 14 15 18 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 1260 1000 1000 1000 1250 1260 1210 1260 1250 1000 600 750 850 900 950 9CO 9CO 900 9CO 900 850 850 850 850 These prices include street, curb and sidewalk,with water piped t* every lot. Building restrictions $l5OO on Aldama street; on other streets, $lOOO. Building line 20 feet back; This beautiful Subdivision is the CLOSEST IN of anything on the market. The land is level ready for building. No hills. •. ‘ ; It is only a block and a half from the Monte Vista car line, with the Pasadena line two blocks farther east. Everybody k...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

1 Tailoring Cleaning Pressing C.C.Reed, 5719 Pasadena Av PHONES: Ext >l9l Hon* SMII Order* called lor end dellrered. Dry clean a «pecU.»y.

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mm [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

mm The country can stand many kinds of Isms, but It draws the line lit Gorkyhim. Andrew Carnegie getting the opeechmaktng habit Well, he has a fund of eloquence amounting to millions. The mack rakers all the same have done a useful work In dncoverlng the “deferred dividend” rottenness Iq the trig New York life insurance companies. Russia is reported to be playing a deep game In the far East. But this Is not likely to cause any astohlsKnehTT People have ceased to expect Russia to he sensible. President Castro of Venezuela has withdrawn from the active performance of his duties, and left the vice president In charge. He has announced that he wishes to go Into the country for his health. The condition of at~ fairs in Venezuela suggests a bidden significance In those last three words. -» The successful man Is not the Idler, the good fellow or the miser. He has accomplished something. He has an aim In life and he Is helping others to reach their goal. The truly successful man Is better w...

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A Doubting: Thomas. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

A Doubting: Thomas. She—Did you let father know you owned a lot of house property? He—l hinted at It. . She —What dld he say? ; f v He—He said, “D6eds speak louder than words.”

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V moiled. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

V moiled. “Don’t you think Brown Is inclined to dally with the truth?' 1 “I don’t think he ever touches It”— Milwaukee Sentinel . ■ i> .n jfi i, . ■ Pay day cohoes slowly to a man who watches the clock.

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OOU«IN to>r ApvgwTW*. pi Bar Tna* RtlaUx tlultf Olnar. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

OOU«IN to>r ApvgwTW*. pi Bar Tna* RtlaUx tlultf Olnar. Cousin Lola Holloway bad come. Sidney, hurrying In from aebohl, heard her voice In her mother’* room, and ran eagerly upstairs. Cousin Lois was on« of Sidney’s enthusiasms. “0, Cousin Lola," she cried, when the greetings were over, “do tell me what’s happened to you last I You know that you mat somebody at the train who turned out to be somebody you had known as a child, and slit gave you a ring that bad belonged to your great-great-grandmother. Or maybe —mischievously glancing at a glass ot forget-me-nots on the table—“maybe it was forget-me-nots this time." Cousin Lois’ sweet old face flushed softly, although her eyes twinkled. “I don’t know how you guessed It so well, Sidney,” she said. “It was- a' young girl going away from home ts teach for the llrst time In her life. She seemed sort of cast down, and 1 tried to cheer her up a little-and we got to talking, and presently ft'came out that she was the youngest daugh...

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CACAO PROFITABLE IN CUBA. Other Parts of the World Unable to ; Supply the Growine Demand. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

CACAO PROFITABLE IN CUBA. Other Parts of the World Unable to ; Supply the Growine Demand. According to Director Earle of the Cuban agricultural experiment ‘station, the cacao grows well In many parts of the Island and probably would flourish even In regions now considered unsulted to It It a little more study were given Its needs. Cacao Is a very attractive crop for the agriculturist, for the development of regions suitable for Its culture has altogether failed to keep pace with the growing demand. The world's annual' production at present 1s 200,000,000 pounds, valued at $30,C00,000. ITof William S. Lyon of the Philippine board of agriculture has prepared some figures giving the cost and the revenue from a cacao farm of forty acres, which are very attractive when It Is remembered that the term of productivity runs to eighty or a hundred years. of land Is not Included In the estimate, Jbecause that Item varies so greatly. Here Is Prof. Lyon’s estimate for a. term of ten years, the e...

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tjf IB ' f "MSt I ■ ari ™ IpDITORIALSS Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

tjf IB ' f "MSt I ■ ari ™ IpDITORIALSS Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. SONGS or THE NATION. of education In three Western cities TJ | have required that every pupil who enters I the high school must be able to repeat the mm " orlls o{ several patriotic songs, such as Mio'ifiaa “Sly Country Tls of Thee.” “Hall Columccllent! It Is a crying shame that not one In ten of the average American audience Is able to repeat or staff nil of the stanzas of “America.” An exchange tells of a patriotic Sunday school superintendent who was surprised to find that the national hymn was not contained In the book used In his school. He requested the children to sing It from memory. They got through the first stanza and then faltered. And the adults present were unable to lend them much’ assistance. This Incident Is typical. Do you suppose any company ot Germans would fall to sing every line of “Die Wncht Am Uhlne?” Or could you Imagine auy audience of the French that would fall to rememb...

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THE REVOLT IN SOUTH AFRICA [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

THE REVOLT IN SOUTH AFRICA Some time ago Bambaata. a native Zulu chief and formerly regent under the British for the Greytown district In Natal. South Africa, revolted, and began « bush warfare against the whites. Many members of the British mounted police have been murdered and other native chiefs Joined Bambaata’s forces. A tax collecting party, headed by Magistrate Stalnbank and supported by a mounted jxdumn, was attacked at Mahlabltlnt, In Zululand. and the magistrate and one of the mounted men were killed, the others Of the party narrowly escaping with their lives. Ever since the revolt of Bambaata the mounted police have lieen in almost daily conflict with bands of Zulus,' who after delivering a sudden attack will 'disappear In the forests or hide in the tall kufflr corn. All of South Africa Is now seething with unrest, not only In Engllsn but In German territory, and the doctrine of Africa for the Africans is being preached among the blacks. The agitation is even extending to...

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POWER FROM COKE GASES. German City Contracts far Cleotrle CArrcut at a Low Rate, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

POWER FROM COKE GASES. German City Contracts far Cleotrle CArrcut at a Low Rate, One of the problems confronting the city officials of Crefeld, Germany, In providing necessary Improvements In the new harbor territory and the suburb Crefeld-Llun, adjoining, was the problem of furnishing these places with cheap electric light and power. The direct current generated at the city power bouse could not be utilized on account of the distance; hence the city would be compelled either to build and equip a uew power house or to set up an alternating current machine and conduct tbo current to the place of consumption, about five miles away. ttye city wonltk' be gitat I to adopt eittwr plan. The consumption of current for the first -few years would be small, and In order to secure ns little loss os possible from this condition the city closed a contract with the railway directors to furnish the yards and depots of several stations along the Hues of the road with light and power tor ten years. O...

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Lair to Improve Living. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

Lair to Improve Living. The British government committee on physical deterioration recommends a law requiring every dwelling or potion of a dwelling occupied by a single fora'll! to hate a grate suitable for cooking. ■ ' .

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GARVANZA GLEANINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

GARVANZA GLEANINGS Wider mains have been laid through the big golf club grounds and the contract, for the club house has ibeen Bet. , The (Garvanza and Eagle- Rook bak(ery has closed up and w» are informed ( that ttbii proprleHir, J. J. Kraft, has -docaou«d, leaving somi nvith unpaid bills. ~ „.. * The Garvanza Hardxcarre 'Company 1s pcellared to connect gas ranges and plates- It Is not laceasaxY to send for a pltom her. A. .7.1. Hanson :and fanilly -are the new occupants ,of the home at the corner, of Pasadena avenue' arid Avenue"dli, Chi. Herbert C. Rngle nt 6430 Eagle Rock- avenue is proving' himself to be the champion garrlener. One pocullar featnie, however, is That he fiiants everything In the Maltese cross vtyle, with the words ‘ Santa Pe" across the center bar. That's because he Is one of th>_- Santa KVloyll niea ti the office of Paseitgei TnHfic ManagerByrirt. Wh in in need-of muklms, ginghams, percales, call on Mrs. Rockholdt, 103 North Avenue 64. Also millinery...

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MASS MEETING IN GARVANZA. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

MASS MEETING IN GARVANZA. __ . Residents of Garvanza and neighborhood, you are, Invited to attend a public meeting at the office of A. Singer in the San Rafael block, Thursday, July Sth. at 8 otctock. For several years past there (have been Bowlings Of this iitad when the Older realdents, have had a chance to get atequninfed with the nswomera. We want your help and IntefeKt in Improving mdl develigilng the town. Have twos ever heard of the Garvanza Improvcß'ini Association that has done over fine miles nf tree plaitilng on our streets In theilast two years? Much time and unoney has Ilmen spent its this work, and we want you to know of tl, so thti you m»y so)port us in She 1 fthure. Come out n the meeting with your Twite and tumily and hear sonij! interesting talk «t». this matter. You will find light refreshments Shere. Come and help yourself. Man. ihbti. wife «4( Thomas- Ib-dtel, died ah JEf Newbuid ad reel, list JMmidgy after a long aqd painful illness. She was .‘Dam in Louisiana ...

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Jerett Bras., Carriage Shop. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

Jerett Bras., Carriage Shop. flStl Pasadtena avenue. Blacksmith ing and genentfl repair work. Horseshoeatg a spremlty. At tiie natlon.it! oratoi leal contest at Minneapolis on Saturday night last, J. P. Hayj.-rman, repmesematlve of Occidental (College, took -second place. He was first In ddllvery, but the representalbve of Kansas tridverslty 'beat him on tc.-mposltkm Hager man b en route to England with Wadslej to take part tin the athletic (contests.

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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Another snake story comes to us f this week from upper Monte Vista street. Mrs, Otto of 0009 found one of her ''sitting" hens In a hysterical; condition the cither day, having returned to her nest to And that an intruder had usurped her position upon the vggs. This proved to be a largegopher snake, which had curled -Itself up in proper position to finish the incubation of Ufa new family, if nan. niobsted. Highland Cion. •At the Christian Chtotik, Stttday school at 9: Jli a. ra. Preachingll a.mi. Subjnft, “Witnesses Stiriffirtrlst," |X'. E. at 7 ttelock. In the- evening a prtiriotic service;- all at® welcmie. ! KOR SALE- I have for vai-ctbta week a 10-room, two-story rusttence; 1 ; fine location; close to (oollege; price $4500. Look this up at once as the mice is made to sell it quick. tITPANDAET' REAL ESTATE CO., sZti Pasadena .A vx 'j One of Jhe busiest instltitliona in | iHHghland ark is the hardware emporiura of Ritchey & Grotthr-use. We 1 not...

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