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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Tailoring Cleaning Pressing C.C. Reed, 5719 Pandeaa At PHONES: Eaat 2101 Hon* 29811 Orders called focand dellyend. Dry clean a specialty. MRS.IDA CUMMINGS Dry Goods Gents’ •;*. * • Furnishings ..... Nft 5715 PASADENA AVOW

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GO DOWN TO THEIR DEATH n. ***'., , ■ FAST TRAIN SINKS IN 125 FEET OF WATER Engine, Express Csr and Smoker Are Swallowed Up by Dark Waters, of Diamond Lake—Twenty Injured. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

GO DOWN TO THEIR DEATH n. ***'., , ■ FAST TRAIN SINKS IN 125 FEET OF WATER Engine, Express Csr and Smoker Are Swallowed Up by Dark Waters, of Diamond Lake—Twenty Injured. Spokane, July 23. —The engine, express car and smoking car of the Great Northern fast train, westbound, are submerged In the deep waters of Diamond lake, one and a half miles east of Camden, about thirty miles from Spokane. Nine men who went down In me smoking car were drowned, and the engine crew are dead In the deep water. As the train came through the portal of a tunnel the rails spread and the (engine plunged down a slxty-foot embankment Into the lake, followed by the express car and the smoker. The other cars remained on the trackr The couplings were unbroken. A wrecking car went out from Spokane and has just returned with the dead and Injured. The wreck caught fire from Illumlnating gas, but the flames were extinguished. One unknown man In the day coach was probably fatally Injured by the explosion of the gas...

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LONG WORTHS IN AUTO WRECK. Steering Gear Refutes to Work and Car Falls Down Embankment. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

LONG WORTHS IN AUTO WRECK. Steering Gear Refutes to Work and Car Falls Down Embankment. Wuersburg, Bavaria.—Congressman Nicholas Longworth and Mrs. Longworth were thrown out of their automobile Sunday, but beyond the jolt and a bruise or two they sustained no inJuriee'and reached their destination, Bayreuth, Monday in time' for the opening of the opera. The Longworths had‘passed through Wuerzburg and when a short distance out of town the steering gear of their car refused to work, and the automobile, which was going at a rapid rate, careened off the road and fell down a short embankment into a ditch. The chauffeur, after a short wait, obtained a carriage in which they returned here and took a train for Bayreuth. >

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EXPLAINS TERMS FOR PANAMA BONOS. Secretary Shaw Issues Statement to Prospective Purchasers. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

EXPLAINS TERMS FOR PANAMA BONOS. Secretary Shaw Issues Statement to Prospective Purchasers. Washington.—Secretary Shaw has issued the following statement; "So many requests have been made —personally, by mall and by wire—for Information concerning the time when payment must be made for Panama bonds purchased at the forthcoming sale that the following statement seems appropriate: “The circular advertisement contains the statement that bidders will be instructed as to the time on which payment is desired to be made. The bonds must, of course, be paid for on demand, and bidders may, if they desire, pay immediately. If the bonds are not paid tbr immediately bidders will be required to pay accrued interest. Should any purchaser desire to use any portion of the purchased bonds as a basis for circulation, payment may be deferred, at least on a portion thereof, until the notes can be printed. “In such cases the order for the tmrrency must be placed at once and the premium advanced 1 on the ...

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LADY CURZON LAID TO REST. Remains Buried in Family Vault in Village Churchyard Near Kedleston, England. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

LADY CURZON LAID TO REST. Remains Buried in Family Vault in Village Churchyard Near Kedleston, England. London.—The body of Lady Curzon was buried Monday in the family vault in the village church yard of Kedleston in the presence of only the immediate relatives. Bishop Weldon, who was bishop of Calcutta while the Curzons were in India, officiated. Among the masses of flowers were wreaths from President Roosevelt, King Edward and Queen Alexandria, Ambassador Reid and mgny other prominent persons. Simultaneously a memorial service was held at St. Margaret church, Westminster, which was numerously attended. The king, queen, prince and princess of Wales, duke and duchess of Connaught and Gen. Kitchener were all represented, and many of the cabinet members and former cabinet members, Ambassador Reid, Mrs. Reid, Ambassador Henry WJ>lte and other ambassadors and ministers in London were present as well as many members of the American colony and American visitors.

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MANY AFTER PANAMA BONDS. i More Than Two Thoutand Bids Are Received at Washington. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

MANY AFTER PANAMA BONDS. i More Than Two Thoutand Bids Are Received at Washington. Washington.—More than 2,000 bids for the Panama canal bonds have been received. Many banks are subscribing and there are a number of small Investors.

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LONG MARCH IS AFFECTING U. S. ARMY MANY OF UNCLE SAM’S BOYS GIVE OUT. Trip Acrosa the Country to Maneuver Carhpa Shows That Troops Are Not Well Fitted for Ordeal. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

LONG MARCH IS AFFECTING U. S. ARMY MANY OF UNCLE SAM’S BOYS GIVE OUT. Trip Acrosa the Country to Maneuver Carhpa Shows That Troops Are Not Well Fitted for Ordeal. Washington. Without attracting much attention, probably because the movement Is general and covers such a wide extent of territory, for the first time since the Civil War almost the entire army of the United States Is on the march Frequently large bodies of troops have been moved .n this way, and during the Spanish war the entire army was moved, but In that case nearly all the men were entrained. In the present case they are marched afoot and on horseback from the varlUUU posts and concentrating. .. at. thft. seven big maneuver camps where the regulars and. the militiamen are to train together. Officers at headquarters arc not surprised to learn that the men are suffering some from’ the hardships df”tlre march, that many drop out from heat and fatigue and that there has been considerable damage to horseflesh. The fact, as ...

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California Items cT Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

California Items cT Interest. The grain bag famine still continues. Hemet will probably harvest 36,000 sacks of wheat this year. The barley crop will come to 75,000 sacks at Hemet this season. The fruit of Washington will be an enormous one this season.' Tulare County fruit has brought $1250 to $lOOO for every carload sent East. Sr.n Joaquin County will harvest 2000 more acres of grapes this year than last. Difficulty is experienced at Hollister in getting help to handl@ grain and fruit. Washington fruit growers are unable to get pickers for gathering berries and stone fruit. Grape buyers at Stockton are paying $l5O per acre for grapes oa the vines and assume all risks. The diversified products of the country immediately about Anderson will total $700,000. —Sacramento Union. Reports from various points tend to show that the Pacific Coast hop crop will be the largest ever known. The Perris Valley will yield the heaviest crops of hay and grain they have had for several years past. The...

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Quake Wrecks Two Companies [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Quake Wrecks Two Companies San Francisco. —It is announced by President W. J. Dutton of the Home Fire and Marine Insurance company that that concern will wind up its affairs and go out of business. The Home Fire and Marine is owned by the old Firemen’s Fund Insurance company, both California corporations. DqUon is president of both. The Firemen’s Fund was crippled by the April conflagration, and a new corporation called the Firemen’s Fund Insurance corporation was formed to take over its outstanding business. An effort was made to keep the business of the Home Fire and Marine going by transferring to it $600,000 of the assets qf the old Firemen’s Fund, but this plan did not avail. The old Firemen’s Fund being in liquidation it has finally been deemed advisable to put the Home Fire and Marine in liquidation also, its liabilities being in excess of its assets. How the policy holders will fare is somewhat uncertain. President Dutton states that the liabilities of the Home are about $1,...

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Will Give Warning of Floods. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Will Give Warning of Floods. Stockton. —Representatives of the weather bureau here will establish rain, river and temperature gauges at points on the tributaries to the San Joaquin river. Dally telegraphic advices will give a forty-eight hbur advance warning of floods.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Fm W. Hmrt, Pros. L. 9. Woodford, Saom Crescent Real Estate &'fnvestment Co., 6015 Pasadena Ave. The weather has been “In our favor” cf late. We have been on the “hot trail" of some real “sure thing” barF. H. Hodges, Mgr . J. A. MANKER J. M. REED MAGNOLIA STABLES Reed & Manker, Proprietors Livery, Boarding, Express Carriages With or Without Drivers Also all Kinds of Light Livery at Reasonable Rates. Barn open all night Call and see us. Home Phone 89065 Sunset East 1452 5817 Pasadena Ave Home Phone 39123 Residence Phone East 1145 Sunset Phone East 1126 Lock & Schulze P LU M B IN G Bms and Steam Fitting . Special attention Paid to Repairing * 5729 PASADENA AVE HIGHLAND PARK HIGHLAND PARK HARNESS SHOP F- L. Crawford. Proprietor WE GAURANTEE OUR HARNESS AND =*==*= „ SHOEWORK, GIVE US A CALL 1719 Pasadena Avenue Hl{hlanJ Park • » - r v PHONES HIGHLAND PARK Office Phone East 409 Hume 3911) ■I OFFICES HIGHLAND PARK S7ISM Pusadenn Arc. Wm ELSEY A CO Rani ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Brydon Bros., Make a Specialty of Handmade SADDLES And Other Sundries In Connection With Up-To-Date Stables 239 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Phones; East 1772 Home 39314 D. F. Murphy Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter Gas Light Supplies, Mantels, Chimneys, Burners Jobbing Promptly Attended To We Do Tin and Sheet Metal Work. 5719 Pasadena Avenue Los Angeles, Cal 1-2 Only 50c for 1-2 Lessons in Music Prof. Henry H. Hall, O. E. Will for the next three months give lessons in Music, Sight Reading, Sol fa System, Piano and Organ, Etc. Prof. Hall has had 40 years’ experience, and will not only teach your boy or girl to play the piano, but teach them music also. We recommend him as Master in Teaching. Try him and you will save money. A postal card will receive attention. ,o Prof HENRY H. HALL, Corner 59th & Piedmont Ave HIGHLAND PARK Highland Park Building Company NO CHARGE FOR PLANS OR ESTIMATES Phone East 786 5938 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. Highland Park Lunch Roorh an...

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VOLCANO IS INCUBATING • _• FEELING OF UNREST NOTED IN CHINA 9 -u—u—i ■ _ r Outbreak Expected Not Later Than Nine Yeara Hence In Effort to Shake Off Foreign Control. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

VOLCANO IS INCUBATING • _• FEELING OF UNREST NOTED IN CHINA 9 -u—u — i ■ _ r Outbreak Expected Not Later Than Nine Yeara Hence In Effort to Shake Off Foreign Control. Poking.—China la a volcano. Just now one sees a puff of smoke here and there; but some day there will be an explosion, and then again some day the volcano will be explosive no longer. Close observers are, not In Peking, because Peking Is not the place to get the real news concerning China, but foreigners long resident In the Interior, In Shantung and Chi LI, put the explosion nine years hence. Educated ent, however, the American in China is as secure as be would be In his own home In the United Slates. Financial Interests may or may not be threatened. If they, are they have themselves and the politicians to blame, but it is well understood in official and other circles that It is useless at least to kill foreigners. There is a general running after foreign things and foreign ways. Men having foreign training ate in dem...

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POSTAL BANKS FOR FILIPINOS. Philippine Commission Establishes New System—Deposits to Go Made Through the Medium of Stamps. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

POSTAL BANKS FOR FILIPINOS. Philippine Commission Establishes New System—Deposits to Go Made Through the Medium of Stamps. Washington.—The Philippine commission has established In the Islands a postal savings bank system in the bureau of posts under direction of me department of commerce and labor. Its act of May 24, 1906, which was received in the bureau of insular affairs of the war department here, directs the Immediate creation of postal savings banks at the cities of Manila, Iloilo and Cebu and the rapid extension of the system In the other cities, towns and villages. Of the three other classes of banks authorized, the first may receive deposits In any amount, but sums In excess of 1,000 pesos or $500 shall not bear interest. Various limitations are imposed upon the spins and amounts of deposits and withdrawals In the second and third classes of banks. In the third class deposits are to be made entirely through the medium of postal savings bank stamps, issued in denominations o...

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Must Enforce EigM-Hour Law. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Must Enforce EigM-Hour Law. Washington*—Acting secretary of the Navy Newberry, in accordance with the directions of the president, issued an order to ail bureau chiefs, directing that the eight-hour law be strictly enforced.

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GRANTS RIGHTS TO USE WATER. Secretary of War Taft leauea Temporary Permita to Three Power Companlea at Niagara Falla. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

GRANTS RIGHTS TO USE WATER. Secretary of War Taft leauea Temporary Permita to Three Power Companlea at Niagara Falla. Washington.—ln accordance with the act granting authority to the secretary of war to regulate and control the waters of Niagara river, and for the preservation of Niagara Falls, Secretary Taft has ordered that temporary permits will be granted power companies to take the following amounts of water: Niagara Falls Power company, 8,000 cubic feet a. second; Niagara Power company, 4,000 .cubic feet a second; Lockport Hydraulic company, 5;0 cubic feet from the Erie canal and 333 cubic feet from the lower level „of the same canal at Lockport. 5 The Niagara, Lockport and Ontario Power company Is granted permission to receive Into the United States electrical Current equivalent to 25,000 horsepower dally from the Ontario Power company of Niagara Falls, Canada, and the Niagara Falls Power company Is authorized to receive from the Canadian Niagara Power company not to exceed 2...

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TO DETECT EMBALMED BEEF. Three Thousand Men Take Civil Service Examinations for Meat Inapeeterar— [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

TO DETECT EMBALMED BEEF. Three Thousand Men Take Civil Service Examinations for Meat Inapeeterar— Washington.—Applicants for positions for meat Inspectors have been examined In 198 cities of the country. The examination was conducted by the civil service commission and approximately 300 men struggled with problems of good meat and bad. Of the whole number of men who took the examination perhaps only 500 will bo needed Immediately. Others who pass will be placed on the eligible list. Secretary Wilson expects to have his force of Inspectors ready to begin work August 1. * At the instance of Secretary Wilson the examination was made essentially practical. Those who passed Saturday’s examinations are men familiar with veterinary surgery. It Is expected that the most of the Inspectors wli be recruited from the ranks of the slaughter house workers themselves.

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Immense Raft Reaches Harbor. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Immense Raft Reaches Harbor. San Francisco.—The steamer Francis H. Leggett arrived from the Columbia river with an Immense log raft In tow. The raft contains about 9,000,000 feet of lumber, and Is made up entirely of piles. It Is one of the largest ever towed down the coast, but the voyage was made In six days and without mishap. Chained into a cigar-shaped cradle, the logs make a raft 736 feet long, fifty feet In beam and twenty feet deep.

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