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CAR LINES IN THE Alft. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
CAR LINES IN THE Alft. Rumors are strong that the Griffin avenue car line will be extended at once to South Pasadena and later to Pasadena, utilizing the old Cycleway right-of-way for this purpose. The rumor seems to be well founded, and prominent and knowing business men and investors of Los Angeles are quietly picking up property along the line. The road would be a paying one from the start, and give to the people of the little town of Hermon the transportation facilities they stand so much In need of,—South Pasadenan.
new York valley railroad. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
new York valley railroad. Confirmation of the agreements which have been made for the building of the New York Valley line by the chief engineer and Mr. Weaver, representing the New York Valley people, await the return of Mr. Huntington, who is expected here within m day or two. Reports that tHe company is now demanding more right of way to connect with the extension of the Monte Vista line and for a bonjis of five thousand dollars, ' are probably not true, as the people are In no mood to be trifled with by the railway company. Unless the railroad people comply with their promise and immediately contract in legal form to build the line to the point now agreed upon, they will lose the tree right-of--way -alreadygt ven. Ho we verTfhef e is no question but that they will fulfill their agreement, and next week, no , doubt, we thail be able to report a ratification of the contract from the Tiead of the company. The New York Valley will then be due to put on its Sunday clothes.
AN APPRECIATION OF QR. WARD. (Emporia Gazette, June 11.) [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
AN APPRECIATION OF QR. WARD. (Emporia Gazette, June 11.) One event of the commencement week just past at the College of Emporia has caused deep and widely felt regret. The resignation of William D. Ward, Ph. D., head of the department of classical languages and literature, dean of the faculty, and acting president of the College, was presented to the board of trustees at their meeting Tuesday evening. The announcement that he had accepted a. call to the chair of Latin in Occidental College, Los Angeles, Csl., was a complete surprise, and called forth unanimous and urgent protest. It was felt that his departure would be a serious loss to the institution, particularly at this moat critical time In Its history. Efforts were made to Induce him to remain, but he declined to reconsider his action, and Wednesday evening the resignation was regretfully accepted. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted: “Whereas, William D. Ward, Ph. D., of the chair of Latin and Greek, also dean ...
/new PASADENA LINE CAR f SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
/new PASADENA LINE CAR f SERVICE. ' The new car service on the Pasadena avenue line is more satisfactory than the old to local patronage. Tne service Is more frequent, and the cars are not crowded as before by Pasadena through pasesngers. ..Cars are now run through from the city to the Church of the Angels, a convenience which is appreciated by the Garvanza people. These cars ought by all means be marked for Highland Park, as well as Garvanza, Church of the Angels, Ostrich Farm and South Pasadena, as the most Important destination Is absolutely ignored. We believe that 1 Highland Park and Occidental College ought to appear on every car of both the red and yellow lines. Nothing else pays as well as advertising. If we are to lose the Pasadena-Los Angeles tourist and through traffic we should at least have our names conspicuously on every Street car that comes this way. That will help some. A strong committee should be appointed by the Improvement Association to take tom up at once.
REGULAR FOOTBALL AT OCCI-. DENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
REGULAR FOOTBALL AT OCCI- -. DENTAL. Occidental wljl play the regular American game of football next year. There has been nothing said by the faculty or trustees In opposition to the game. Dr. Yo.ung Is very fond of the game, but John Willis Baer, the recently selected head, of the Presbyterlal College, Is especially enthusiastic over the game, and thinks that football, when played under the best surroundings, is a great help In college work. It is understood that President- Baer will bring Is two sons to Occidental next year. Both of them are good athletes. There never has been any opposition to the game at Occidental. When the agitation over the game arose last fall Occidental had already won the Southern California Intercollegiate championship, and as the players were unoccupied they undertook the English game of Rugby. The game went the rounds and caused much comment, but there was .never any idea of Introducing it as a substitute for the American gaihe. Occidental bids fair to ...
FORTUNES IN HIGHLAND PARK REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
FORTUNES IN HIGHLAND PARK REAL ESTATE. There may have been some question somewhere else whether there are fortunes In real-estate, but there la no question about It In Highland Park. E. W. Fortune &amp; Son Is the style a new real estate firm which has Jist opened for business In a new office at 5901 Pasadena avenue. . - Mr. Fortune has been for some time a resident of Garvanza, where he has considerable property Interests. He has built quite a number of bouses there, having been engaged In that business quite extensively. We wish the new firm much success, which will no doubt be theirs, as Mr. Fortiihe is familiar with real estate values hereabout and has a promising field In which to work.
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. The San Francisco disaster has wrecked some Insurance companies, seriously crippled' others, and required many to pay only a part of their Just debts or go to the wall. Are you Insured in any of these? If so yon had better look out. The St. Paul Firs and Marine Insurance Co. will pay their San Francisco losses IN FULL. We can write yru a policy in thiis company which has proved Itself solid. They can pay all their Frisco tosses and still have net assets amounting ito $2,706,000 to addition to their capital of $500,009. We can write you a policy in thee Bs. RwL' v ■ - POOR * WING, 6134 Pasadena Avenue.
Extract from Ike UifUaad Park Herald Jaac 30, 1906 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Extract from Ike UifUaad Park Herald Jaac 30, 1906 We call the attention of our readers to Dean Hartnedy’s new central subdivision of Highland Park, which Is now open, at the corner of Avenue -SC 1 and Aldama street. It Is a wonder somebody didn't do this before now, as the property is most beautifully situated and accessible, being in the heart of Highland Park. The Dean, after acquiring the property had » new survey made and fronted the best row of lots on AMapm-street, which is a great ImpMvenent to tjje whole neighborhood. The land is level tor building, with sufficient slope for drainage and there are no hills to climb in order to get there. By the way, amongst those who have recently become residents here there in no .one who . has shown more faith in the growth of Highland Park than Dean Hartnedy. He began a little over a year ago by Investing in the fine block of property where he built his residence at the corner of Avenue 59 and Pasadena. He soon spread- bis Investments to...
HIGHLAND PARK PROPERTY AS AN INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
HIGHLAND PARK PROPERTY AS AN INVESTMENT. The sure and steady advance In vacant lots in Highland Park is attracting buyers continually and in its results is really remarkable. So far it has proved an exceedingly profitable investment and theprcsp'ects of maintaining the steady advances are bright and attractive. A year ago lots could be picked up anywhere on Pasadena avenue from $lOOO to $l3OO each. Now there is not a lot on that fine thoroughfare from the College to the Santa Fe crossing that can be got for less than $3OOO, and few at that. Comer lots are held at $5OOO and over. We predict that there will not be a lot on Pasadena avenue that will bring J-&gt;iss than $6OOO in a year or-tWo. Lots oa Monte Vista street, high up on Smith’s Hill, run between $3OOO and $1750. The Grider &amp; Hamilton tract of about 250 lots was all sold out before opening day, and many lots have been resold at an advance of 50 per cent. The new car line down the New York valley has raise...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Have You Seen Our Perfect Portable Bungalow? As a summer cottage, On the beach. In the mountains. Temporary dwelling in the rear, Automobile carriage house. Store room or summer kitchen, Rainy-day playhouse for the children, Annexed sleeping rooms. Club houses, im-mI estate and suburban offices. Fruit and confectionery stands. Photograph and shooting galleries, Cabins for miners, hungers and fishermen. Ranch bunk houses. Voting precincts for cities and towns, Temporary quarters for schools and chtrraies, etc, * 1 They stand the test and cannot be surpassed. for the money. No trouble to show them. Let os' talk it over with you. • ~ HOME REALTY CO., Cor. Avenue 60 and Pasadena. ' Both phones. Dean Hartnedy's -»* . ' - ' ; ' ' i Central of Highland Park s cl ns rSc. S' Lot No. 1 * it 2 rfo* 4 9 75j?1 3 6 • /3 K /a 5® Si (V O' * \ *5 a £ SB SB iOVSW * 11200 1250 1000 1000 1000 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1000 12 500 13 750 14 850 15 900 16 950 17 900 18 900 19 900 20 900 21 900 22 850 23 8...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Tailoring Cleaning Pressing C. C. Reed, 5719 Pasadena At PHONES : East 2191 Homs 39311 Orders called for and delireied. Pry clean a specialty, MRS.IDA CUMMINGS Dry Goods -~i Gents’ Furnishings NO. 5715 PASADENA AVENIC THE OWNER, DEAN HARTNEDY 5912 Pasadena Ave Offers for sale the following lots: Pasadena atMs., 50x150, lot 6, block 52 (city) adjoining Robin’s jewelry store $9OOO Newland st., near Garvanza school (city) lot 12, blk. 35, 80x160 (yi. for $450) 800 New York st., cor Mesa, triangle lot, 282 ft. on N. Y. St. by 207 on Mesa st., fine site for grocery and 10 houses (city) ........... 2000 New York st., lot 15, blk. 8, next to grocery, 40x140.. 600 Aldarna, Toledo and Buchanan sts., corner, 3 lots; corner lot $650, inside lots $550 (city); the three for. 1690 Baltimore and Ash sts. (city) 3 lots, Nos. 12, 13 and 14, block 20, $6OO each ...... ijao Aldaina st., lot 11, block 14. ' (city) (6|so Aldama st„ lot ia, block 22, cor. Hub it. (city) 750 Baltimore st., c.or Nolden st....
Topics Times [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Topics Times Dr. Lyman Abbott says Ideals in America are high. There must bo an Ideal trust • - * ' One of those forest fires somehow takes the keen edge off one's appetlta for forest preserves. There ore six billion telephone calls a year In this country. Now do you wonder Why sometimes the line Is busy? , “ In his latest pjem Alfred Austin declares “Nature Is greater than I.” There la something memorable in the modesty of this concession. A New York physician claims to have found the germ of rheumatism. He lost It is concerned. A German has Invented a device for changing the course of a torpedo. What It really wanted Is a torpedo that will know Its own master. George F. Baer says all railroads except the Reading are fatten. Perhaps Baer Is trying to get the investigators to look the other way. It Is clalcmed that there Is 008 l enough in China to supply the world for 1,000 years. This will bo good news for the smoke-makers. j for women to drive coaches. Women can wear gloves while...
rHEWOKLY SJiISTORIAH: IrW InVr1 . » • • [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
rHEWOKLY SJiISTORIAH: IrW InVr 1 . » • • 1410—Jerome of Prague burnt at Coo , * ■tntuH*. of Arc burned aa a heretic in Home. 1453—Fa1l of the Eastern Empire. 1492 —Granada surrendered; end of do minion of Moors in Spain. 1498—Columbus sailed on his third voyage to America. 1521 —Siege of Mexico begun by Cortez j 1530—John J of Lej’den tortured and pui! to death. 1539 — De Sotp landed on the west coast of Florida. 1540 Cardinal Beatoa assassinated at St. Andrews. 1501—St. Paul’s church, Londort, burned 1572—Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, executed. , 1581—James Douglas, Earl, of Morton l f beheaded at Edinburgh. 1588—The Spanish Armada •ailed fre— Lisbon. 1009—Sir Thomas Gates and party vi colonists sailed from England foi Virginia. ~ &gt;ooo—Charles IT. made his entry ipt&lt; London... .Execution of Mary Dyer a Quakeress, on Boston Common. -.072 —Union between colonies of Massa chusetts, Connecticut and Plymouth 1754—-Thousands killed in earthquake al Cairo, Egypt. 1703 Ind...