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CONGRESS OPENS IN MEXICO Sprisg Scuioa it Maw Oa Prctideat Dial As anacc> Farriga Rclatiaaa Satiafactary. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

CONGRESS OPENS IN MEXICO Sprisg Scuioa it Maw Oa Prctideat Dial As anacc> Farriga Rclatiaaa Satiafactary. ( Mexico City.—President Diaz opened the spring session of cougresp Sunday evening. In his message be states the government will instruct delegates to the Pan-American con gress to be held at Kio Janeiro in {July that the Mexican government | has approved the adhesion of Mexico ! to the terms of the Geneva conference respecting neutrality of hospitals in {time of war, and that the government has signified its willingness to take part in the proposed second peace conference at The Hague. I President Diaz states that the foreign relations of Mexico are most satisfactory.. ;

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Avakacku Uk« Tuiilit [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Avakacku Uk« Tuiilit | Durango, Colo.—The Denver & Rio Grande railroad officials have decided they are unable to remove the huge avalanches which obstruct the track between here and Silverton, and have set a force of men to work digging through all the larger slides. They expect these tunnels will last unI During the past month more sdow has fallen in the hills around thjs piece of track than - has ever - been I known in the history of the country.

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FIW Atlit Scatlt far $20,000 ftr ■■pcritl. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

FIW Atlit Scatlt far $20,000 ftr ■■pcritl. Washington—Unrest among the ' settlers of Imperial Valley and agitation over uncertainty of titles have . impelled Senator Flint to have iri- | setted in the Deficiency bill an appro, priatiou ot 820,000 for a resurvey of the valley lands. The settlers bought their lands and accepted boundaries that were fixed by private survey, Then the government came in and took over most of the territory and the government surveyors ran diffar- ' ent lines from those .of the >' surveyors of the Imperial Valley company. In many oases the settlers learned that the lances they supposed they had bought were cut off by the government survey. > Large lambs make gains faster than i small ones and ewe lambs fatten as 'readily as wethers. .

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rEAtt laiii LAST ASSURED SUCH IS THE RESULT OF THE '-■l'' RECENT CONFERENCE , . '•••■, ' N.itk.r Fruct Nor Cura;, Howcrcr, it Entirely Saliifwd With Docioioa RwM *1 Alftciru. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

rEAtt laiii LAST ASSURED SUCH IS THE RESULT OF THE '-■l'' RECENT CONFERENCE , . '•••■, ' N.itk.r Fruct Nor Cura;, Howcrcr, it Entirely Saliifwd With Docioioa RwM *1 Alftciru. Paris.—Foreign Minister Bourgeois at an early date will address the chamber of deputies setting forth the government’s view as the result of the conference on Moroccan reforms at Algeciras. The agreement is hailed with Satisfaction by officials and by the public press, which was weary of the prolonged controversy and the disturbing possibilities of war. The view in official quarters is that France secures a fair degree of success on the principal relating to the police and state bank.

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Neither Entirely Satisfied. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Neither Entirely Satisfied. However, it is recognized that neither nor Germany has secured all that was wanted. Prance’s desire to have control of the police was partially realized in her being allowed to police the important Atlantic ports, including Mogador, which Germany was suspected as coveting and also with her ally, Spain, to police Tangier and Casablanca. On the other hand, it is thought that Germany’s desire to internationalize Morocco was partly realized, as the Franco-Spanish police is subordinated to an inspector who will report to the diplomatic corps. Thus both countries in a measure were successful, but each is so safeguarded that neither will be able to claim a victory. Prance’s pacific penetration of Morocco, it is thought, is remotely postponed, as it is likewise to the cream of the vast northwest African empire. Aside from the details of the great achievement, the officials consider that the agreement between France and Germany assures the preservation of the peac...

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CITY CLEANING DAY AT SPOKANE Streets, Yards aad Alleys Made te Skiae Like New—Greatest Movenseat of its Kind Ever Started. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

CITY CLEANING DAY AT SPOKANE Streets, Yards aad Alleys Made te Skiae Like New —Greatest Movenseat of its Kind Ever Started. Spokane. —Twenty thousand persons of all ages took part Saturday in the greatest city cleaning movement ever known in a western community. It was the most general movement ever started in Spokane. The mayor named March 31 as a special cleaning and arbor day, allow iug fires anywhere and giving use of the city’s street laborers' to help in carting away the rubbish. The banks declared a holiday and city and county offices were closed. The school children bad been organized in the various precincts, working under the precinct captains. The city officials designated certain vacant lots in each ward as dumping places for non-combustible material. It is estimated that SQQO trees were set out during the afternoon. One syndicate planted 10U0 trees.

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AMERICAN TEACHERS GOING TO PHILIPPINES Oae Huadrad sad Twelve Will B<(ia Work ia laluda ia Jaae. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

AMERICAN TEACHERS GOING TO PHILIPPINES Oae Huadrad sad Twelve Will B&amp;lt;(ia Work ia laluda ia Jaae. Washington.—One hundred and twelve new American teachers will begin their work in the Philippine public schools when their next session opens June 10. Of these teachers 100 are men and the twelve women are wives, sisters or fiancees u%men who are going to the islands to teach or are already employed in insular schools.-, teachers will fur the most part replace teachers who are tired of the School work in the islands, have come back to this country or went into other work in Manila. Hardships in the remote provinces have proved too much for women teachers and consequently few women are being employed at present and great care is taken not to send them where they will not have relatives and friends.

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A Dual Far Ukar. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

A Dual Far Ukar. From all over the Western States appeals are being made to employment bureaus of Chicago for laborers. The scarcity of labor nas almost reached the point of famine,-add there is al-ready-great alarm lest it lie impossible, next July, to get men enough to gather the wheat crop of the Middle West. St. Louis, Kansas City and San Francisco are the three cities that have made the most urgent calls for help. Mechanics and unskilled laborers are in great demand, and em ployment bureaus are unable to meet calls. —Western railroads are in.distress on account of the lack of labor. It is said by men conversant with the general situation that 250.000 additional men are needed for building operations. From San Francisco and other cities appeals are being made for domestic help. Thetp'is an unusual scarcity of female , laborers for house work.—Cal. Products.

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Nawapapar Chagn. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Nawapapar Chagn. Portland.—C. J. Owne, for many* years editor Evening Telegram of this city, has re signed his'position to accept the business mangersbip of the San Francisco Morning Call. James F. Taylor, who for some time past has been news editor of the Daily Telegraph, will succeed Mr. Owne, and Hugh Hume will assume the duties of news editor. AU three,;were formerly California newspapermen and are wall known in. 'the profession. ’

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xMHFIMRrT is * * RAPIDLY DYING OUT ADVICE TO THIS EFFECT JUST RECEIVED Soa FraacUeo Merckuli Wko Art hi CUm Toock WHk Orient Sky Finer Conkitiooi Will Soon Bo Eotoklioked. , [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

xMHFIMRrT is * * RAPIDLY DYING OUT ADVICE TO THIS EFFECT JUST RECEIVED Soa FraacUeo Merckuli Wko Art hi CUm Toock WHk Orient Sky Finer Conkitiooi Will Soon Bo Eotoklioked. , San Francicso.—Direct information from the trade ports and centers of China is. to the effect that the boycott against goods shipped from the United States is rapidly, dying .out and that there is a prospect of an early and fnll resumption-of business. Such advices come to rich and influential Chinese merchants of this city who maintain intimate business relations with the trig cities of China. They have been received by the six companies and cover all of China that is knoWn to the American business man coming from Canton, Hongkong, Shanghai and Hankow. They say that progressive Chinese are gradually overcoming the hostility of. the less advanced classes and growing openly defiant of the viceroys, who, it is alleged have fostered the anti-American feeling. The building of the Canton-Hankow railway is Said to be ...

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GERMAN TRADE IS BOOMING Iktum .( $60,000,000 a Tear ia So.tk Aaerica Mated. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

GERMAN TRADE IS BOOMING Iktum .( $60,000,000 a Tear ia So.tk Aaerica Mated. Berlin.—Freeh government statistics for the last' ten years show the remarkable growth of German trade in South America during that time. Germany’s commerce with South American countries has increased by 860,000,000 a year, while that of Great Britain has increased only 845,000,000, and that of the United States 86,000,000. French trade with South America has decreased slightly.

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COLONISTS MAY GO TO MEXICO President of Emigration Society to P archaic Eighty-five Square Miles of Saad. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

COLONISTS MAY GO TO MEXICO President of Emigration Society to P archaic Eighty-five Square Miles of Saad. Monterey, Mex.—D. F. Whitaker, president of the Oklahoma Emigration society, is in the city for the purpose of making arrangements for the coming of 10,000 colored colonists to Mexico. These colonists plan to buy eightyfive square miles of land jn the southern part of the state of Tamaulipas, about sixty-five miles from Tampico, and put it all in cultivation as soon as possible. The movement has been pending two years. This is one of the largest colonizations ever proposed in Northern Mexico.

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Californio Items of lot crest. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Californio Items of lot crest. Articles of incorporation of the Cali-fornia-Mexico Cattle Company were (iled at San Diego. The capital stock is 82,000,000. At Corona a new company has been formed, to incorporate with a capital stock of 125j000, for the purpose of manufacturing solar heaters and api* ary supplies. The Thermal Cantaloupe Growers Association has decided to make nc contracts for the melons of the com ing season. They will market theh own production. The first machinery for a silk factory at Ban Diego has arrived. There are about 20,000 silk worms in th« vicinity of the bay and more eggs are expected soon.—Escondido Times. The icing of orange shipments, en route for the eastern markets has been commenced by the railroads. The people (ATulare are beginning to take an intOTest in the proposition for a big May festival. Serious trouble is brewing between the sheepmen of Oregon and Washington over a decision of forest reserve land located in Oregon, part of which has been se...

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HTHRIHSF HUSBANDRY *• ■/* ’ OF INTEREST TO FARMERS AND ORCHARDISTS „ i. ■ I , ~~ ■ Big Profit! ia Trtoo—Lonooi Will Soar Agaio—OraaaMnt tkc Hoax – Tko Mortgage Lifter—Olieca aad Figs— Bee Teal Big Frofila ia Troee. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

HTHRIHSF HUSBANDRY *• ■/* ’ OF INTEREST TO FARMERS AND ORCHARDISTS „ i. ■ I , ~~ ■ Big Profit! ia Trtoo—Lonooi Will Soar Agaio— OraaaMnt tkc Hoax - Tko Mortgage Lifter—Olieca aad Figs— Bee Teal Big Frofila ia Troee. Get right away from the idea that because trees do not grow and ripen as fast as other crops, forestry in the wood Jot will benefit future generations only, says Farming for March. Most forest trees will reach commercial size well within an ordinary lifetime, and many of them in a much shorter period. Did it ever occur to you that this country offers today few investments which equal in safety and in net returns the thrifty-growing tree of a commercially valuable kind? Don’t fall into the way of thinking that the only interest which a tree yields is its annual growth. That in Itself shows a fair return. But your trees are not only increasing in size; they are also increasing rapidly in value. A few days’ work in the wood lot each year will yield more money for the same e...

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Lcmmu Will Smt Ague. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Lcmmu Will Smt Ague. “There is not a reasonable doubt 1 that California lemon growers will see | prices for their product soaring again | next summer.” That is what Julius H. (Jampani, the bead of the greatest lemon importing house in New York, told a reporter for the New York Herald, last week. ‘ ‘There is no doubt that the importations of lemons from the Mediterranean districts, ” he continued, \will be about 300,000 boxes short for the year. That freeze i in Spain and Sicily In February of i last year damaged the trees in most of j the old lemon groves of Southern; Europe so that it will be two or three years more before they recover their j vitality. Lemon groves in California in frostless belts and where they have plenty of irrigation water are going to be gold mines above earth this year and next. I expect to see lemons sell at 87 a box in New Y’ork and the larger cities before October. If we have a long spell of hot weather in midsummer this year, we shall see the highest pri...

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Oraameat the Home. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Oraameat the Home. In a country like California, where climatic conditions, conspire to the growth of mofit delicate trees, plants and shrubs, there is no excuse for a home being without those ornamental trees, flowers and plants which add so generously to the beauty apd value of a place. It does not require expensive trees nor plants to relieve a place of its monotonous conditions, for beauty is not necessarily .expensive. * The most lovely things in all this world are ofttimes the most simple. If we will but give even small attention to our yards and gardens, we can transform them into objects of- perpetual beauty, add to our own pleasure‘and incidentally increase the value of our property, —L. A. Titnes.

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The Mortgage Lifter. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

The Mortgage Lifter. Secretary Wilson of the* Agrieu] turul Department at Wasbingtpu,:.p.ute the hug second in point of agricultural profit among the farm cropfc of the country. For the past quarter of a century the Middle West farmers hate been I pushing the hog industry with ~as: great activity as they bare the. cattle interest, and today they are rewarded | in a greater percent of protit than is received. In California the hog and hen' are forging to the front in the fcamf6-&amp;lt;vatio of excellence as they are in the &amp;gt;Ea4t, with absolute certainty . qi, becoming the staple industries .of ..the Stale.— Oaf. Cultivator. 1 n ' ' "

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Olives sad Fig*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Olives sad Fig*. There has been a great iuterest'tak eu in olives and figs in the upper country this season and much new acreage has been set out to these two fruits, both of which have done well in most sections. There has been such an active demand for olives for picking, which, with good crops and fair prices, has had the effect of turning attention to thu .Jive, while the remarked success of the Smyrna fig, since the introduction of ' the Blastupbuga, has served td bring that fruit to the front. All through both the San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys there are very large areas of. excellent laud suited to these fruits, and the climate is perfect for them. It is not likely tnat either will reach the orange, prune :or raisin' in importance, but .the olive and the' from present indications, will before many years take no mean rank,pjnong our fruit products, stepping up vedy close to the front. 1 ‘ C” ;

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Grvviag Squab. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Grvviag Squab. A warm, light, rich,.soil, deeply worked, is best. Plenty of stable pismire will be repaid by increases! yield. Plant summer varieties in- elevated hills, 1 feet apart each Vraj£ as soon as the ground is warm. ' Place' ‘the seed upright,- with ' the eye. down; and cover 1 to 3 inches deep. Late varieties should be .planted in' hills 6 to 8 feet each way, leaving four plants to a hill. Another way is to plant in rows 12 to 20 feet'apart abd thin to 6 feet between the-hiUs in the row. Early beans or peps .may be cultivated between the rows, to be cleared away in July. Weeds must lie kept down and moUMnre held 'by c'nltivation. The hand hee must be used after the vines begin to ran.

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COLOR IN CATTLE I Snick Stockan mK*rcr Tk*l Ik* Trsfe Hu Tut* k Mk| Pkrckuu. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

COLOR IN CATTLE I Snick Stockan m K *rcr Tk*l Ik* Trsfe Hu Tut* k Mk| Pkrckuu. At the shows and soles of park breed cattle which have just been held In Scotland, says the Houston Post, questions of color have been coming under discussion as if they never had had a serious reviewing and arguments for and against certain shades are palled Up every now and then by “What do the foreigners say?” Galloway men can scarcely lie said to have a color question except on special occasions when some one with a fondness for what is not always on the card wonders whether the Southwestern cattle, like the AberdeenAngus, are in danger of becoming too black. However,experts say that if Galloway men as a body were as wls« ■as a select few they would persistent ly aim at the preservation of that soft touch of brown in the hair which s bygone race of breeders held to be ( sign of quality or of desirable feeding and milking properties. During the last few years there has been a moderate reaction in home ...

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