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Monsieur Hyde. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Monsieur Hyde. “M. James Hyde,” says the Paris Figaro, “the exceedingly rich American who appertains to the most high society of New York, comes from commanding at Paris a carriage electric. It Is to the French industry that 51. James Hyde Is addressed himself for to have the most comfortable, the most commodious and the most elegant of the vehicles of the city.”—Translated by liarpar’s Weekly.

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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MEW FUEL FROM BROWN COAL. n la Made H*u Draadca Oat •( • Bokmlu Prodnet, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

MEW FUEL FROM BROWN COAL. n la Made H*u Draadca Oat •( • Bokmlu Prodnet, According to a paper by Herr Buchner In the Zcltochrlft of tjie Society of German Engineers, a new fuel, Kaumazlt, Is being made near Dresden from Bohemian brown coal, says the New York Post. The coil Is kept twenty-four hours In coke-oven retorts. The finished Kaumazlt Is removed from The base of the retorts- every three hours and Is cooled. The retort procedure first evaporates the hygroscopic water In the brown coal (26 and 28 pet cent), and then causes the distillation of the heavy hydrocarbons. The retorts are worked under n partial vacuum. The gases obtained from the retorts are cooled and scrubbed, and the purified gases are used part to heat the retorts, part to drive gas engines, and a surplus remains for sale to the various Industries In the neighborhood. The thermal value of the Kaumazlt obtained averages 0,749 kg.-culs. It contains 1f7.34 per cent carbon, 14.9 per cent ash and 1.47 per cent hydrogen...

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At the Orpheum Theater. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

At the Orpheum Theater. Lasky and Holfe’s latest musical spectacle, “The Military Octette,” Introducing 'tThe Girl With the Baton,” will be the headline attraction at the Orpheum theater next week. There are three scenes In this offering, representing the camps of the armies of the nations of the world and the singing which ■wwm[iiii|in each scene la of the highest character. Argyto Kastron, the Greek violinist, formerly with Calve’s concert company, will make her first appearance in vaudeville In this city. She Is as beautiful as she is talented. Carlin and Otto, German comedians, who have pot been seen here for several years, will bring a new line of comedy. Their fun does not consist altogether In kicking each other about the stage, as they have original ideas. Francis D’Arcy, a popular vocalist, will make her first appearance in Los Angeles. For his second and last week Claude Gilllng water will repeat bis hilarious "rehearsal” farce, "A Strenuous Proposal.” Gilroy, Haynes and M...

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A NATIONAL evil. Tipping Progress from the Bottom to the Top. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

A NATIONAL evil. Tipping Progress from the Bottom to the Top. Tipping Ig rapidly becoming a national evil. It began with the payment' of small gratuities to waiters In restaurants and hotels. In this form It Was an Importation from Europe. Of course, the waiter ought to serve the customer faithfully without being bribed to do the work which he hod been hired to perform, but the custom has grown to such an extent that unless one fees he is sure not to obtain good service. He submits, therefore, to the Imposition, as -the less of two evils. The practice has spread to such an extent that the man who blacks your boots, that helps you on with your coat, that hands you your hat, that tells you the way, that brings you a glass of water, that shaves your face, or cuts your hair, expects a gratuity In addition to the pay which he receives for performing his work. The tipping evil has gone higher up than thtss and is now beginning to spread Itself through all the departments of business and p...

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A Colaborer In the Great Work. Mnrv. oii !_ ..A.i .Lo..sQ'f j. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

A Colaborer In the Great Work. M nrv. oii !_ ..A.i .Lo..sQ'f j. “What’s all this racket about?” demanded the policeman, who heard sounds indicating a disturbance while passing the building, and deemed it his duty to investigate. A meek, crestfallen man was sitting on the floor in a corner of the room, amid an array of overturned chairs and miscellaneous furniture, while over him stood a resolute, red laced woman, who turned and faced the offlcer. “I am engaged in the work of uplifting a husband, sir,” she said. “There B uo occasion for your interfering."

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A PRETTY MfL 'kWtffl ' Think' Pt-ru na It a Wonderful Mtdicin*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

A PRETTY MfL 'kWtffl ' Think' Pt-ru na It a Wonderful Mtdicin*. MISS ANNIE ItENDREN. Rockfro, Wash, writes; “I feel better than I have for over four years. I have taken several bottles of Peruna and one bottle of Uanalln. "I can now do all of my work In th» house, milk the cows, take care of the milk, and so forth. I think Reruns la a most wonderful medicine. i “I believe I would be In bed, today If 1 had nbt written to you for advices. I had taken all kinds of medicine,, but none did me any good. “Peruna has made me a welt anit. happy girl. I can never say too muck for Peruna.” Not only women of rank and leisure praise Peruna, but the wholesome, useful women engaged in honest toil would not be without Dr. Hartman’e world renowned remedy. The Doctor has prescribed it fo® many thousand women every year andl he never falls to receive a multitude tit letters like the above, thanking; him' for bis advice, and especially wonderful benefits received from Po*. runa. . a eVh > 1,...

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(Jncle Allen. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

(Jncle Allen. “It is perfectly natural that we ahoaMT hate the man who wants to do all thetalking,” reflected Uncle Allen Sparks, “H* prevents M from doing it sll**

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

TERRIBLE TO RECALL. Five Weeks in Bed With Intensely Painful Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mary Wagner, of 13C7 Kossuth Ave., Bridgeport, Conn., says: "1 was so weakened and generally run down with kidney disease that for a long time I could not do my work and was five weeks In bed. There was contlnual bearing down ■' pain, terrible backaches. headaches and at times dizzy ■pells when everyimng was a blur before me: The passages of the kidney secretions wera Irregular and painful, and thefd was considerable sediment and odor. I don’t know what I would have done but for Doan’s Kidney Pills. I could see an Improvement from the first box, and five boxes brought a final cure." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Crown and bridgeSTERUNG work, Perfect fitting imrrcrc plates, Surgical den•so f O tistry, wit hont pain, Sth Jt lyimlm and at Prices you otm main can afford Los Angeles ? N — UP WIIEN NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED. DO VOCJiWANT TO SELL OR EXCHAVOk YOtllt PROP...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

For Dandruff There is one thin* that willcure it —Ayer’s Hair Vigor. It is a regular scalp-medicine. It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease. The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy. The dandruff disappears, had to disappear. A healthy scalp means a great deal to you—healthy hair, no dandruff, no pimples, no eruptions. Tho beat kind of a testimonial—- “ Sold lor orer duty ycaro.” Mad* by O. Ayer Oo , Lowell, KeeeT ~ Aleo menufkaiareri or — . _ > SARSAPARILLA. 1 !OVQ PILLS, if vl O CHERRY PECTORAL. F|lS 8t - vltU8 ’ **»®ce and all Nervous Dls «h"©» permanently cured by Dr. Kline’s Great Nerve Restorer *end for FREE trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Kline, Lid.. *3l Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa. INGERSOL*S OuD HOME rmomtA. in, nowtni home of LEWIS’ SINGLE BINDER Dealeraeupplled by their Jobber or direct from Frank P.Lewir Factory, Peoria, 111. MSTWU Forl^fents^andCWldren. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of n Use For Over Thirty Years msdiii

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

mlieTeah BORAX Will Produce Whiter, Ciaaae#e Clothes In Your Laundry Tlmo Any Other Article With Less LshoW All dealers. Free Sample Borax utlaii Soap, Booklet and Souvenir I'lctare la cul~ SffiV, *«*!E 1® «SQS9 . Bn<l dealer’s name. PA-* CIFIC COAST BOttAX CO., Oakland, Cal, , More Like It. | “Graphter is in financial straits hear.” believe It I’ll bet tbtpTO crookeds.” Philadeli f “Don’t financial Ledger. ielphln •‘The Man at the Brewster** He Has Studied Your Disease If you are suffering from PILES or any disease of the Kectum, or from a combine- ' tton of racial troubles, and your case Is amenable to treatments DR. MADISON can cure you. His experience covers 15 years* hospital practice and the successful treatment of 4,000 patients— ;t(Jo of whom afe San Diego citizens. Hundreds of recommendations from both physicians and patients. Treatment in most cases rapid—frequently painless. Consultation free. Term* moderate. Booklet mailed upon request. Hours: 12 to 2p. m. Sun...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

UU.V’V \ »V • J /■. r' 1 ■ r >' k i .* W 7 rj. . J£”» ft 4K >< .1 Climate. The most Important point to he considered in choosing a home is the ; fcealthfulnees of-the. locality. Garvanza has earned the wide reputation of being a perfectly healthy place. There has never been a case of typhoid, diphtheria, or malignant disease within its boundaries which was traceable to unhealthy locgl conditions. Official measurements show our elevation to be 800 feet above sea level, against 282 feet at First and Spring streets; 225 feet on Pico Heights, and 170 feet at McCllntock avenue ana Thirty-ninth street. University. On this account there is practically no fog, and a total absence of that damp chili, night and morning, which prevails in sections below the levql of Garvanza. * • The hills that nearly surround us are a great protection against heavy winds, and are a shelter against the Santa Ana sand storms that sweep down the San Fernando valley, and spend the...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HERALD l.'"'-'-' • / Local News of Highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Hermon, Mt. Washington, Eagre Rock and New York Valley VOL. 2* NO. 8. HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, AUGUST 4,1906 Published Weekly: |1.50 per year; 16c per month

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

The non-partlsanltes are getting a sign ready to hang out; “Don’t worry. Watofr ng yepw ” The Herald finds an almost unanltnous sentiment among Highland Park people to “smash the machine" at all costs. The neqple will simply not submit to further misrepresentation by“ the tools of the political ring now in control. The slate will be wiped clean. Remember Monday ni~ht at Wtaod’s Hall. It’s time for you to do politics for a few weeks before the grafters and the saloon power run away with the whole ship of state. D If the Republican machine which Is dominated by corrupt officeholders, succeeds 4n nominating Its candidates for offices, then truly there will be something doing by the non-partisan party this year. The caucus delegates selected to be voted upon at the primaries to go to the county convention, will constitute the delegates to the 74th assembly district convention, and It is therefore doubly Important that they be good men. Attend, the Church Federation meeting Monday night,...

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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES DURING VACATION. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES DURING VACATION. Dr. Berry of the Presbyterian church U taking his vacation, which will extend through the month of August. He expects to' visit Catalina' and the Grand Canyon of Arizona. The pulpit will be occupied tomorrow by Rev. Dr. Horton, assistant pastor of Immanuel Presbyterian church. The choir will also take a vacation during the month of August. Music will be led tomorrow by a quartet, consisting of Miss Blanche Culberson, soprano; Mrs. Ethel Paulin, alto; Mr. Leflier, bass; Prof. Fulton, tenor, with Miss Young at the organ.

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METHODIST MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

METHODIST MUSIC. In the morning Mr. and Mrs. Coryell will sing "Just a Word With 'Jesus,* by Morris; and Mr. Chas. H. Norton will sing “Jerusalem," arranged by Parker. There will be no praise service Sunday evening, as previously announced, as there, will be no church service in the evening during the month of August, the pastor being away on his vacation. The League services will be held, however, at the regular preaching service hour, 7:30.

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THE CARS ARE COMING. ■ [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

THE CARS ARE COMING. ■ The North Highland Park section as a place for cheap lots will pass away as the fog In a summer’s sun; and with all Its improvements now on. In prospect, and projected, will assume the proportions of one of those Jumps in real estate that will astonish even the natives of Highland Park who are supposed to have become accustomed to such changes in values. Bon’t wait for Gabriel to blow his .horn. See us. We have-an office on Pasadena avenue, one at intersection of Pasadena avenue and New York street, at end of Garvanza line, and If necessary will open our office now at corner of New York street and Ave. 84. We still maintain we have the largest and beat lists of property In Highland Park. THE STAR REAL ES’tA.TJE CO.

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CITY ENGINEER STAFFORD OVERCOME BY «AS FUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

CITY ENGINEER STAFFORD OVERCOME BY «AS FUMES. " City Engineer Harry F. Stafford lies at. the point of death, at the home of William J. Rudeslll, No. 149 East Avenue 58 from the effects of asphyxiation. Mr. Stafford’s non-appearance at his office Thursday and failure to keep an engagement for breakfast at the Rude sill home, led to an investigation at the Stafford residence, No. 120 East Avenue 58, at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night. Rudeslll, accompanied by J. P. Smith, forced a door and found in the house a heavy odor of gas. Kicking open the locked door of the bathroom, they saw Stafford lying on the floor, In an unconscious condition. The gas Jet of an instantaneous, heater was going, but had not been lighted. A small stream of water was running into the bath tub. The pilot lighter of the heater had not been turned on. The only window In the room was tightly closed. The escape pipe above the heater had been displaced, either hy an explosion of the heater, or by a hand. The apparently...

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IMPROVEMENTS AT THE HIGH LAND PARK GROCERY. r [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

IMPROVEMENTS AT THE HIGH LAND PARK GROCERY. r The Highland Park grocery has installed at the right of the door as you go in a Hobart electric coflee grinder, yrhich is one of the finest electric coffee grinders on the market. It stands five feet high, three and a half feet wide and weighs six hundred pounds. It is arranged with two separate grinders, one for pulverizing, the other for granulating or grinding what is called steeLout coffee. The mill cost set. up 3220. . „ Among other improvements last week there were put in thirty feet of bins, making thirty bins, which keep the goods in a much nicer and cleaner shape. Also the window on the right was screened oft for a show window.

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