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At ths Orphean. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
At ths Orphean. Probably no event in the vaudeville world has created the interest which has resulted from the return pf Miss Lillian Burkhart (Mrs. George Goldsmith) of Los Angeles to the scene of her former triumphs on the Orpheum Circuit, and her appearance at the Orpoßbm in Los Angeles next . week will certainly be’ the gala erept of the season. Not only is this clever woman an actress of great talent, bnt her personal popularity in this vicinity would in itself be a guarantee of her reception. She prill present “A Strenuous Daisy,” a clever conceit of sentiment and slang. I The Piccolo Midgets will also be a new attraction next weeg. These four little people do a little of everything in tbs entertainment line from -acting to athletics. Agnes Mabr, the American Tommy Atkins, will charm with her dainty dancing and Impersonations. Mile. Cheater’s Statne Dog, a beautiful white setter which poses most artistically, will also be new. The holdovers, Sherman de Forest, and company in t...
Horrors, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
Horrors, Charlie Nocoyne—Great Scott! Br ery thing’s off! Jimmie Dltteau—What’s up? Charlie NOcoyne—l called on }llsa Roxtoburn and she wouldn't see me. And I’ve Just discovered why. ‘I sent up it pawn ticket by mistake for my card!— Cleveland Leader. There are but few contented people win do not occupy space in cemeteries
relt the Shock. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
relt the Shock. I Oa • seismograph at Simla, India, presented to the meteorological department by Prof. Orrnori. tbs ■ Japanese earthquake expert, the shock caused by the blowing op of the steamship ChatI ham in the Sues canal, 2,500 miles away, was recorded. toXaarth m the United Staten baa been dlanofered In a remote part of the Terllngna quicksilver district, about ninety mile* •ootb of Marathon, Tex., according to Pr. William B. Phillips, formerly dlre&gt; tor of the State mineral survey, who 1* now operating quicksilver mine* In that section. Dr. PbUllpe nay* that this wonderful crack Is fourteen miles long and is at no place under TOO feet wide. It Is 1.800 feet deep. The walla are almost vertical. So far as known nd exploration of the crack has ever been made. The country where It Is found has an altitude of 8,000 feet. It Is believed that an exploration of the crack may reveal rich minerals, particularly quick silver. , The Search that has been made recently for quic...
| MM ■ V P'-r [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
| MM ■ V P'-r Bo—May I tender you some chicken 1 Bhe-il wish yon would- It’s too tougb to cat tho way It Is!— Louisville Coup-ler-JOurnal. Customer—Have yon the last Literary Digest? Clerk—l’m sorry, but tha last copy has been sold. Will What to Eat do? —Ex. Mamma—Come now, Willie, you must have your neck washed. Willie — Aw, say! Who Invented neckwashln', anyhow?— Ex. Ada —Timid, Isn't ho? May—Awfully. He’s so afraid that she'll say ■ no that he won't give her a chance to say yes.—Brooklyn Life. Madam— Be. sure to put plenty of auts In the cake. Cook —I'll crack no more nuts to-day. My jaw hurts mo already.—Harper’s Bazar. “I know a man that has never heen ! kissed In bis life,” said he. “Well,” said she, unsympathetically, “It’s his own fault.”—Detroit Free Press. "Do you—er—ever tell fibs?” asked the lady who had advertised for a maid. “Not for myself, ma'am,” answered the applicant; “only for the missus.”—TitBits. Weary Willie —I had a good Job once, but was forced to resign. Mr...
| • . ■■■■>■ a. ■ i.in "■ —— "i J... juLJkjiLnn fill t V! a ■ m W B JQB BA B TIMS B ■ ppM ralffl IrelTl War* K llv llAi [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
| • . ■■■■&gt;■ a. ■ i.in "■ —— "i J... juLJkjiLnn fill t V! a ■ m W B JQB BA B TIMS B ■ ppM ralffl IrelTl War* K llv llAi Sere throat Doeelops late Bronchitis. Mrs. Addle Harding, 1 s u runs (or the host twelve years. With ms It la a sure preventive of cold* sod many other il]jp. “Two or three times e year I am troubled with my throat a kind of raw feeling, taming to bronchitis. 1 have had the services of my physician in each case. Two year* ago, when I felt a spell coming I tried Parana to check it, and to my delight was not troubled with the smothered and choking feeling and never have been since. I can check It every time with Parana.” Mrs. Virginia Caviaoa, room 32. Cambridge Block, Portland, Ora.* writes: ”1 was a sufferer with catarrh of the throat and longs for s long time before x'erona was recommended to me. i gave it a trial, although 1 thought at the time it would be jast like other medicines and dq me no good, i was pleased to Bnd that the Improvement began in l...
Strennoai Hint. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
Strennoai Hint. "I was wending an—Aw —account of a woman being hocked to death by a beastly cow, doneber know,” remarked young Dudelelgb. “Weally, I cawn't Imagine a more howwible affair, can you, Miss Caustlque?” “No, Mr. Dudelelgb,” replied Miss Caustlque, “unless (t Is being bored to death by a calf.” And when she illustrated her remark with a large, open-faced yawn, young Dudelelgb proceeded to get a hurry on Himself.
Support. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
Support. "I don’t know whet .to say about It, Reginald,” faltered the stage heroine. “Can you support me in the style te which I am accustomed?" „—,.,*n “Certainly not,” indignantly answered the stage here. “I’m no stick!” Whereat the villain, behind the scenes, around bis teeth and * waited his cue, Marconi dislikes tbs. word ,’haaSQSWK ■■ gram” for wireless message.
BUUTOM, HOWARD E., ASSAYKR and CHEMIST. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
BUUTOM, HOWARD E., ASSAYKR and CHEMIST. „ Leadvllle, Colorado. Specimen prices: Gold, Silver, Lead,«: Gold, Silver,!;*;; Gold. Me; Zinc or Copper, SI. Cyuilde Testa. Mailing Envelopes and full price Ust sent on application. Control and Umpire Work ■‘elicited! Reference: Carbonate National Bank. —r I — t~ ———■, “Laura,” said Mr. Ferguson, “what kind of a looking girl is this Mias WUmerson, who Is coming to visit you next week?” “She's the handsomest girl of’my acquaintance,” answered Mrs. Ferguson. “Well, that means that I’ve got to take that cracked mirror off the burßß in the spare bedroom and pot s ffl find In It* bnre*.”-‘Chicagq Trlbud; v
It Is, Iwd.eS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
It Is, Iwd.eS. “He’s got an Idea thathe«d make a good politician,” sold the plain eta sea. TT* “That’s vary likely/’ said Senator Crooklt. “Bat that Isn’t easy, it it?” ’ “Well, It’s easier to nuke a good politician than to tusks a politicise good.’* y:_ ' The clock cathedral. England, Is TOO years eld. The dlel is sere* feet in diameter. The dial shew* the time of dor sod the moon's age.
How to Fool a Lazy Livei with Artificial Exercise [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
How to Fool a Lazy Livei with Artificial Exercise EVERY serious Sickness has a small beginning. And. tn nine eases out of ten that small beginning Is made in the Bowels. Indigestion la the beginning of most diseases. It paves the way for all others. Lack of exercise, hasty eating. Improper food, are its first causes. ■ Laziness, and postponement, permits It to grow into Chronic Constipation, which means life-long Discomfort. It isn’t necessary to be slck-a-bed,you know, in order to be mighty uncomfortable. Even slight Indigestion affects the nerves, dulls the mind, and obscures the merry sunshine of Life. And, Indigestion once started, grows fast, corrodes temperament, and discounts happiness, good cheer, capably. It does that long before it puts you on the Sick list. Every thinking Doctor knows why. * * Professor Rand kissw it.* That’s why he framed. up (fr students . his famous formula tor nippiness, viz.:/ “ Trust in God. and keep four Bowels open.” The Bowelafeed adjustment (rcm...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
■ ■ Ig certain tf you take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Thl* great medicine cures those eruptions, pimples and _boils that appear at all seasons; cures scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema; adapts, itself equally well to, and also cures, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles; cures rheumatism and catarrh; cures nervous troubles, debility and that tired feeling. This is proved by thousands of testi- Mr«. Helen n.Thomp*)non&gt;&lt;mi,trm. lal.. i A 0/&gt;0 1 « j « • . ■ mnA*4a n* k- M .at *.. l iii.i ‘? menials, 40,866 by actual count in the to her iit.io • . . rw&gt;m Hood s b*rs«pari!ln. which •. . , *rom noon 8 sarsaparilla, which two years—a record unprecedented thoroughly purified har blood after an in the history of medicine. *‘ ,ack °f Mood poUonin* ji» J ease, scarlet fever. It gave her strength Be sure to get Hood’s Sarsanarilla and re, ‘ e '™ l '"..ith, Thoa..nd» 1 Innid «»• loKUtc son Pi tx ’ others tell of similar cures, also euro* Liquid or tablets. 1...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
6 PER CENT GOLD BONDS Why accept a lower rate of Interest from savings banks when we own and offer for sale *50,000 of the *1.000.000 Issue of the Mount Hood Electric Co.. (Portland. Oregon* SO year Gold Bonds, paying 5%, secured by a Plrst Mortgage on $0,000,000 worth of property. Safest investment available. Write for particulars. THE HANK OF AMWKICA San Francisco, Cal. FITS Permanently Cored.' No Its or n«rr- ■ 1J oneness after first day’s use of Dr Kline’s Orest Nerve Restorer* Send fo FREE 12.00 trial bottle and treatise. DR R. H. KLINE, Ltd., 931 Arch Bt., Philadelphia. Pa.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
The Taking Cold Habit The old cold goes; a new one quickly comes. It’s the story of a weak throat, weak lungs, a tendency to consumption. Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral breaks up the taking-cold habit. It,strengthens, sooth heals. Askyourdoctoraboui h. •' I hart a terrible cold, ami nothin* reliev—l ! me. I tried Ayer’s Chcrr* I’cctimil and »v promptly broke op my cold, stopped my onujjh. ami eased every part of my body. It did wonderfnl work for rae,”-Mi:.J. F. LUTZ, Toledo, Ohio. Jj Mede by J. 0. Ayer Co., LowtU, M—. Vli Also manufacturer# of t SARSAPARILLA. niters ew, Kmp the bowels regular with Ayer’s mis. lust one pul each night. The Only Sal*. Critic—Why didn’t you tend me a copy of your new book ? Obscyre Author (bitterly)— Oh. you wouldn’t understand It. Critic —Then I’U buy a copy. You’ll know I have when you get your publisher's returns.—Figaro. A Guaranteed Cura Far Piles Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles. s&gt;o cent*. Still Rare. “Bridget.” “Yis, mum." “Did you...
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE ITEMS Retards Smashed at the Track Mail—Social Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE ITEMS Retards Smashed at the Track Mail —Social Affairs. Three cheers for old Hag! We knew Hagerman would break his own and he is still the same leader in all his events. Pomona proved to be our superior. We lost by i score of 73 to 47. We went against good stuff, and our eyes are opened. The) "Lamedh Saraeh Nun” Society held an announcement party at Mias Ruth Swan's, 4320 Pasadena Avenue dpt Monday evening. The house was prettily decorated up stairs and down with a eolnteb in pink And gold, the society colors. At the ends of the strings were pictures,of the sorority girls. A feature of the evening that was greatly enjoyed was an animal hunt. Cookie animals were hidden in the large’ front parlors and on the stairs. The boys hunted for game, and as each animal was found the girls blew tiny tin horns. A conversational contest was also a pleasant as well as an important feature. The announcement of the disbanding of the society was made at the supper table by placing...
MINERS FLOCK TO NEW GOLD FIELD Rick Strike Norik af Needles Made Lut February Causes Eicitasset ia Tkst Sectiaa. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
MINERS FLOCK TO NEW GOLD FIELD Rick Strike Norik af Needles Made Lut February Causes Eicitasset ia Tkst Sectiaa. VUKI LICIIUKH IB lUI dCCIIOB. Sau Bernardino.—Excitement continues over the big gold strike north of The Needles. The first discovery was made among the little buttes, near the Von Trigger mining claims, which are within a short distance of the Santa Fe branch line running from Goffs to Manvel. Gustave Vesner and Jacob Helderman made the original discovery in February. They uncovered rock which assayed as high as (17,500. Sacks of ore were sent to San Francisco and Los Angeles. The frequent trips made by the lucky prospectors to Manvel, Goffs and Needles led to an investigation by other prospectors last week. Their discoveries have set ill the mining camps for a radius of 100 miles afire with excitement, and all roads leading to the scene are thronged with gold seekers. It is estimated that fully 1500 people are on the ground. Food prices are high, even a cup of water bei...