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EBELL CLUB GOES TO INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
EBELL CLUB GOES TO INDIA The Highland Park Ebell enjoyed it's regular monthly all-day session lust Tuesday. Mrs. Emma M. Greenleaf reviewed the current magazines and gave adtstof biography and Action for summer reading. After discussing the life aud writings of William Dean Howells sne reviewed his book “The Son of Royal Langbrith” in an entertaining aud concise manner. which was followed by a general discussion of the book. This being Mrs. Greenleaf's last talk before the ladies this year, Mrs. Robert Hood, in behalf of the Club, presented her with a large bunch of pink carnations, the club Aower,*" aud spoke of* how much each member has been beneAted by the very instructive lectures given by Mrs. Greenleaf. A delicious luncheon was served after which Mrs. Churchill, president of the Hollywood Woman’s Club, gave the history and prospective of that Club. The afternoon was devoted to India, by the Art aud Travel Section under the leadership of Mrs. Robert H. who introduced the speake...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
For Sale—Houses. -A' uew 4 room cottage just com pleted, plumbing and bath all in and piped for gag. South front facing 100 foot street. Close to stores. City water and not far to cars. '•TBfe price is made to sell the place. Notice “It, $1450. One third cash, balance like rent, $l5 per month. Here is another one; Pour room cottage, east front, city water, Scent fare down town. New house. Must be sold so the price is away low at $1325. $4OO cash, balance $l5 per month. Here is a chance to get a nice uew borne all ready to move right into. One more: In Carranza, on Pasadena avenue. A brand uew, 7 room house. This house is strictly up to date and modern throughout. Street work done and paid. The price shows that the owner wants to sell at once. $2500. The above advertisements are three of the biggest snaps in Highland Park ■oday. See Wm. Elaey, 57 15 "Pasadena ‘avenue. Phones, East 450, Homo 30111. The Catholic services at St. Martin’s Chapel already overcrowd the room, and means must...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Garvanza Social Affair*. v 1 -’tr An enjoyable social was given Friday afternoon at the home of Miss Florence Paine,, 715 Avenue 64, hi which the, violin pupils of Miss Paine and the piano pupils of Miss Burrows acquitted themselves with great credit. After the musical program, refreshments were served, and games enjoyed. Those taking part In the program were; Violet Lacy, Gladys Fischer, Gertrude Bond, Lttrell Perkins, Marie McDonald, Randolph Paine, Everett Foss, Albert Lacy, and Carl Wheat. A stereoptlcon song service with stories of hymns will be given In the Qarvanza Methodist church Sunday night. John Keys, father of Mrs. William Price, of Crescent street, has returned to North Dakota to remain. Mrs. Charles Wesley Monger, of 435 K. Avenue 6C, entertained a number of her friends Thursday afternoon. Rev. William Coleman Wilson, father of Mrs. Charles Wesley Monger, of 435 N. Avenue 66, sailed for Egypt on March 17th, leaving from the port of Boston. opposite the Church of the A...
Topics Times [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Topics Times Hazing certainly bids fair to be elevated to the rank of a misdemeanor. Because you chance to be short on topper you peed not fill yourself with lead. , It seems that the only safe way to keep American warships out of trouble Is to scare up a war. Mr. Carnegie'S wish that he were a boy again should be a warning do all boys who wish they were Carnegie. Mr Rogers says that publicity annoy*' him. Many, persons interrupted by the police have experienced a similar emotion of disgust , c From the- clumsy way he goes about It, you would never guess that thw Czar ha,s been working at that trade for years. If Patrick, pharged with the murder M Rice, gets a "stay” or two more, nature herself will carry out the sentence of the court. Aa to the boasted civilization of the Inhabitants of Mors, It Is more' than probable that they don’t even know the name of their planet. An English statistician says that American girls have paid $161,000,000 for foreign tiles. The amount doesn’t look...
A HEEO OF DUNDEE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
A HEEO OF DUNDEE. To-day Sandy Mitchell Is a cripple and totally blind, but be Is loved and cared tor, as every brave and helpless hero should be. One evening a few years ago. Os two men were approaching the town of Dundee on foot, they suddenly noticed a small cottage standing back from the wayside, evidently on fire. Smoke was issuing from the windows and open door, but no one was In sight. The two men hurried forward. By the time they reached the cottage door the roof was alight. Rushing through, they stumbled across the prostrate form of a woman with a child in her arms. One man lifted the unconscious woman and child and bore them out; the other groped bis way Into the living room, where be was qaickly Joined, by bis companion. The room was empty, and they made their way ’to the floor* above, whence, they reasoned, the woman and child bad come; and there, in the low cottage chamber, stood a man supporting upon bis shoulders a burning beam that glowed and flamed as be struggled t...
Stirring Him Up. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Stirring Him Up. “My dear,” said the sick man, “do you think Dr. Price-Price Is really taking any interest In, my case?" “Well, he hasn’t been os earnest as ho should,” replied the wife, “but he'll work hard from now on. I told him to-day that If he didn't keep you alive for six mouths at least you wouldn't lie able to pay bis bill.”—Philadelphia Press. -
Palatable One Preferred. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Palatable One Preferred. ‘•Good evenin', sor," said Cassidy : “the docthcr towld me fur to git a perish plaster fur me stummlck.” "Yes." replied the druggist "What sort do you wish?” 'oBorrn the hair 01 care, so long as ’tla alstly digested.”—Philadelphia Press. Willie's Thonarht. Pa—Well, what Is It now! Willie—Pa, Is a thousand-logger a bird? Pa—Certainly not; It’s an Insect. Willi*—Pa, why ain’t turkeys thOn-sand-leggersT—Philadelphia Press. Soma of a married man’s troubles come under the bead of bonnets. . •, I -
NAM** NOUN BUWTB. tt R«9ntMM. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
NAM** NOUN BUWTB. tt R«9ntMM. no ODK record at Womb read It will ** depend on religion aa you renl- *»• ,fc Jfe One &lt;mk not have to aftcb all the plagues to be a good physician. The nlckel-In-tbe-slot prayer is bound to stick somewhere in the • „ - machine. Bags are no proof of righteousness. Problems change; principles remain. The only way to stay on is to go on. The best way to defy sin is to deny seif. Destiny is but the future tense of duty. V . , , &gt; An artificial thirst leads to a real ’desert. The cheerful cannot help being charming. An old saint can teach you something not taught in a theological seminary. It is good to know that our definitions do not determine the divine being. "V , ’-w 1 The injustice does uot seem half so great when you are getting the best °f it . *§? ■ Ton will find It easier to forego a wrong pleasure than it will be to forget it No wonder men moke crooked tracks when they never see the Light of Life except at a funeral. The chur...
PIGS AS DRAUGHT ANIMALS. S*W that Could Retrieve Birds—* Four-In-Hand of Plffa. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
PIGS AS DRAUGHT ANIMALS. S*W that Could Retrieve Birds—* Four-In-Hand of Plffa. In many countries and even so near as Scotland the pig has served the purpose of a beast of draught and has actually been harnessed to the plow In : company with cows and horses. In 1 Scotland also early In the last century ! pigs were sometimes made to serve as I chargers and proved most docile mounts, says the London Express. The homing instinct Is strongly developed In the pig. Instances not Infrequently occur of pigs finding their way back to farms whence they have been conveyed. There Is a record of two pigs homing nine miles, and crossing the Thames to boot, to their old farm, whence they had been driven to Heading market and bought by a local gentleman on the previous day. At one point on their homeward joumey where j two roads met the twain were observed “putting their noses together as If j In deep consultation.” About 1815 a London gentleman erej ated a sensation by driving a four-ln-hand of pi...
Crows lilko a Rooster. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Crows lilko a Rooster. Dogs have been trained to do very marvelous things in various ways, but the most remarkable trick ever done by a dog is on its owp initiative, without any sort of training. He is a Daviess county dog, the property of Sam Raley of Gatewood, says the Evan* villa (Ky.) Courier. The dog crows like'a rooster. It is not a case of bis accidentally having made a noise that sounded something like the crow of a cock. He has done it hundreds of times, and does it deliberately. Before giving vent to a "crow” the dog stretches himself on I his back. And the dog knows what he is doing, too, because when the roosters crow at midnight or at the break of day the dog gets in the contest. taking bis turn with the others. Mr. Raley has one rooster for which the dog appears to have a special affinity. . When that rooster crows the dog is sure to follow'suit When in the nature of things the rooster Is expected to crow, but for some unknown reason falls to do so, the dog starts the ...
Editorials [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Editorials OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS • GIRLS AS ATHLETES. paper has started an InterA eating discussion (or girls as athletes devoting a great deal of attention to the records at the recent tests at Vassar. One HUM young woman ran 50 yards in 6 1-5 seconds. and 100 yards In 13 seconds. When It Is considered that she could not wear as light clothes as male athletes run In, this looks like pretty good time. The average male record does not surpass It notably, particularly (or the shorter distance. Another woman threw a baseball 195 feet, 3 inches. • In one way of looking at the matter, women ought to be better athletes than men, for they are younger—that Is, their sex Is younger, since Adam was created, before Eve. ' ' cr-'-But men are stronger and fleeter, and while young ' women occasionally show surprising agility, as at Vassar, these Instances are so uncommon that It will take more than woman’s little practice at athletic sports to explain satisfactorily to mo...
rrH'TTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTT I | k Ftim heksey’s last holding: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
rrH'TTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTT I | k Ftim heksey’s last holding: Tim Hersey, founder of towns, la dead. But before be died that which for years had been denied him was bis; the plot of ground in the first of bis cities in which three of bis children are burled was given to him by the municipality of Abilene, Kansas. Tim was the first settler of Abilene, says a writer In the New York Sun, and his wife named the town, taking the name from the Bible, as she did that for their next home, Solomon. They went to the banks of Mud Creek in 1807, when buffalos by the thousand grazed between them and civilization. Their little log cabin was a stoppingplace for overland travelers. Bayard Taylor. Horae# Greeley, General Grant and General Sherman stayed there at different times. ‘Tim Hersey's” was known all along the frontier. But other settlers came, and Tim decided that It was “too thick for him.” He sold out and went up-river. Three of the Hersey children died and were buried at Abilene. Their elder...
A CANADIAN FISHING WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
A CANADIAN FISHING WHEEL. The sample apparatus herewith illustrated Is in common use on Canadian rivers during the salmon Incubating season. The wheel, placed nt the station, arrests the fish on their way down stream and bolds them without injury to their delicate bodies. The spawn Is then removed from them and put into the Incubators. It Is a rather crude device, but It seems to answer the purpose as well as the more elaborate process employed on the Columbia Elver.
Greet Vitality of Tree.. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Greet Vitality of Tree.. An illustration of the wonderful vitality and reproductiveness of the redwood is reported from L'klah as existing in the forests of Mendocino County. It consists of the trunk of a redwood tree felled for the manufacture of shingles,' -which after lying on the ground undisturbed for several months sprouted a number of young trees whose roots bad developed In Its own body. This development la erroneously reported, however, as the first case on record where redwood completely severed from the stump has produced s new growth, lustaucee have been frequently recorded of felled redwood trunks reproducing a growth of young timber all along the line of the prostrate log and travelers thiough the coast forests have frequently observed the phenomenon of rows of well-devel-oped trees growing ont of the bodies of those that have lain long enough on the earth to perish and decay. Some years ago a newspaper earn- spondent reported the strange phenomenon of new redwood grow...
Had Lost Six souls. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Had Lost Six souls. A clergyman whose people had had many dissensions and quarrels among themselves met a brother clergyman and told him with much feeling that his church had Just experienced a most earnest “revival.” The brother clergyman wistfully asked: “How many souls, dear brother, were addsd to yonr flock?” With keen satisfaction came the reply:., “Not one; we got rid of six.*
Creel. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Creel. Insurance Agent (warming up)— Yes, our president Is getting $lOO,OOO a year salary, but he earns every penny of It For the last ten years be has been carrying the burden of the whole business on bis shoulder. The Lost Risk—Exactly; no one held l( up more successfully—Puck. In an argument with a woman tbs bast a man can get la the worst of It
TO OWN WEST INDIAN CABLE Ceneerlixg Key Wert, Gaaaluuw aad Colon—Strategic Import once. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
TO OWN WEST INDIAN CABLE Ceneerlixg Key Wert, Gaaaluuw aad Colon— Strategic Import once. Washington.—The United States’ government proposes to own and operate a cable be ween the three important stations, Key West, Guantanamo, and Colon. The move is regarded as one of much significance. Guantanamo guards the gateway to the Isthmus, and it is not probable that there will come a time when the United States government will have to watch the movements of warships of nations in West Indian waters. Key West, Guantanamo and Colon make a very important strategic tangle both for the receipt and transmission of cable news and the government has decided that it must have a way of communication secretly will these stations.