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FAREASTPORTS ARE OPENED i . DALNY WILL BE AVAILABLE < IN NEAR FUTURE Mik'd* Dm Not Gaaraatee Safety ta Tim* Who Eater the iateriar of Maacharia. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

FAREASTPORTS ARE OPENED i . DALNY WILL BE AVAILABLE &amp;lt; IN NEAR FUTURE Mik'd* Dm Not Gaaraatee Safety ta Tim* Who Eater the iateriar of Maacharia. Washington.—The following statement was given out at the Japanese legation: “Owing to the fact that the withdrawal of the troops from Manchuria not haviing sufficiently progressed, the Japanese government hitherto has neither permitted citizens and vessels of foreign countries to enter the ports and regions of Manchuria nor allowed foreign consuls to proceed to their posts therein. Considerable progress, however, having now been made in this respect, the Japanese government has decided in accordance with the principals of the open door and equal opportunity advocated by them, to J permit citizens and vessels of foreign countries to enter, from May 1, An Tung Hsein and Ta Tung Kao. and allow foreign consuls to proceed to -their posts at An Tung Hsein. From June 1 foreign consuls shall be allowed •to proceed to their posts at Mukde...

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Famine Conditions. . j [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

Famine Conditions. . j Washington. -latest official I cable report received by the National Red Cross from Japan states that the number of people who have to depend upon outside help is over 300,000. Of this numlier mere than 435,000 require a supply of food and the rest are given work aid are earning their own livelihood.

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Jap Warahip Launch'd, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

Jap Warahip Launch'd, Tokio.—The Japanese armored cruiser Ikomu of 13.750 tons was successfully launched at Kure.

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Field Marakal Oyua Ratiret. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

Field Marakal Oyua Ratiret. Tokio.—Field Marshal Oyama, chief of the general staff, is retiring at his own request and General Baron Kodama, governor general of the island of Formosa, will be appointed chief of the general stuff. Lieut. Gen. Sakuma will succeed Geu. Kodama as governor general of Formosa.

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NAVAL MILITIA IS BARRED California Boya Nat la B« Allow'd to Taka Part ia Nation! Match. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

NAVAL MILITIA IS BARRED California Boya Nat la B« Allow'd to Taka Part ia Nation! Match. Washington.—The naval militia in California is anxious to start a competition in markmausbip with a view to sending a team to the national match at Seagirt in September. This cannot be done since the right to participate in such a competition under the laws is restricted to certain forces named in the act of April 23, 1900. The naval militia is not among the forces expressly mentioned in that act as stated to compete for prizes and trophie. Gen. Oliver holds that the naval militia is barred.

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Geld Service far Califermia. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

Geld Service far Califermia. San Francisco.—The dinner service for the new cruiser California is to be made of gold instead of silver as at first suggested. The number of pieces will pobably not be so large, and instead of services for admiral, captain and wardroom, one set of j solid gold will probably be made to ; do service for aU of them on state ocoaslons. _________

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Valaa *f irrwatiaa. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

Valaa *f irrwatiaa. Sfce Louisiana and Texas rice industry affords practical illustration, on a large scale, of the results of irri- ?“ te&amp;lt; w? r * l *'ng. According to Secrecy product increased ITO^ 9 ,203 pounds, in 1889, to 869,128,800 pounds in 1904. In 1899 TexM had 178 acres of rice; In 1904 It had 376,500 acres. All this is the result of artificial irrigation; the water being sometimes carried long distances is flumes. &amp;gt;

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MOUNT VESUVIUS IN ERUPTION MOLTEN STREAMS ENGULF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES AND BLOTS OUT HUNDREDS OF LIVES The Rome Correspondent of the London Times Says the Extent of the Lava Overflow From Mount Vesuvius Has Surpassed That of Any Eruption In Two Centuries. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

MOUNT VESUVIUS IN ERUPTION MOLTEN STREAMS ENGULF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES AND BLOTS OUT HUNDREDS OF LIVES The Rome Correspondent of the London Times Says the Extent of the Lava Overflow From Mount Vesuvius Has Surpassed That of Any Eruption In Two Centuries. Naples, April 7.—Mount Vesuvius is a colossal brazier and the town of Boscatrecase, on its southern declivity, has been transformed into a gray island of ruin by the ashes from the crater of the volcano. Torrents of liquid lire, resembling in the distance serpents with glittering yellow and black scales, are coursing in all direc tions amid rumblings, detonations and earth tremblings, while a pull of sulphurous smoke that hovers over all makes breathing difficult. The streams of lava are resistless. They snap like pipe stems the trunks of chestnut trees hundreds of years old and blight with their torrid breath the blooms on the peach trees before the trees themselves have been reached. The molten streams do not I spare the'hom...

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Later Report. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

Later Report. Naples, April 9.—Reports of fatalities consequent upon the eruption of Mount Vesuvius are coming in. According to information received late tonight, probably as many as 500 lives were lost. It is said that more than 200 persons perished in the district of San Guiseppe, where from the ruins of a church whichscoilapsed owing to the weight of the ashes on the roof, fortynine corpses were extricated and it is asserted that at Sorrento twenty-seven persons were killed by falling houses. A railway train from San Guiseppe for Naples was derailed owing to the showers of stones from the crater. Cavalry proceeding into the succor of the inhabitants of the devasted district have been -unable to make progress, the rain falling on the ashes and making it impossible for the horses to travel. The sea is greatly agitated. The sky has cleared, but heavy clouds bang over the east, threatening a further downpour. The streams of lava are almost stationary. Troops are erecting barri - cade...

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CHINESE pOYCOTT BROKEN Ret«nfe( Tourists aid Oriental Merchant4 Say There it N« Discrimination Afainst America. ; t [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

CHINESE pOYCOTT BROKEN Ret«nfe( Tourists aid Oriental Merchant 4 Say There it N« Discrimination Afainst America. ; t San Praucicso. —The Bulletin says that the boycott on American goods in the orient is practically broken,. Returning tourists, business men and' Chinese who arrived on' the ‘ liner' America say that it is only a matter of time when the discrimihatlon against wares from this country will entirely disappear. A. S. Lambert has just established a mint fur the imperial government in Ho Nan province, which is in the very heart of the empire. He says, that there is positively Qu, discrim-: inatiou against American goods In that province or any of the other small places that he visited. Chan Ki Leung is a silk merchant from China, where the trooMe started. He said: “In Canton there are as many as twenty Chinese Arms which are handling American goods,' and they are finding many buyers. ” 1 " ■'/ •' James J. Hill, the great railroad SVJESfJffiSMSaaft Minnesota and the Dakota*.,...

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JAPSMAYWANT PHILIPPINES ’ —- REPORT WIDESPREAD MIKADO IS AFTER ISLANDS Scentary Taft’a Dnial Nat Believed—AateMed That Wrifht'a Takic Miiriaa uto Sell the . Archiyclafc. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

JAPSMAYWANT PHILIPPINES ’ —- REPORT WIDESPREAD MIKADO IS AFTER ISLANDS Scentary Taft’a Dnial Nat Believed—AateMed That Wrifht'a Takic Miiriaa uto Sell the . Archiyclafc. | New York.—A cable to the Bau from ' Manila says; ■ ‘ ‘There is renewed fear among the Filipinos that the, islands are to be sold to Japan, and this fear is wide- ■ spread. h' . . , • “Secretary Taft’s denial of any such intention on the part of the United States has not proved affective. The L Manila dailies publish numerous individual protests. I “Apparently the provincial papers anticipate the Immediate sale, ana assert ex-Covernor Wright, the new American ambassador atTotio, is going to Japan really arrange the “The presence of numerous Japan ese m the character of peddlers, who are said to be exploring various towns and making maps of the country, enrages the people of the province. Vt have visited United States shipa here daily, questioning Admiral Train and his officers on the subject.”

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Would Annoy Filipinos. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

Would Annoy Filipinos. Honolulu. General Junes F. Smith, » member of tho Philippine commission, who arrived here on the steamphip Mongolia, en route to San Franco, said that there was no truth in .the report that Japan was likely to bhy the Philippines. The Filipinos, he said, would not welcome such a change of ownership.

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*t*« [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

if** i IT I r ■••s*. •«T LOCATED On the finest hill site in Highland Park, commanding a SUPERB VIEW of entire Los Angeles, Pasadena, Garvanza, Eagle Rock and Hermon. The view of the mountains from this tract is beautiful beyond description. STREET CAR SERVICE This is absolutely the only hill ■property in this section on the car line, being pn Hie Univenuty-Garvan-za line and tWb blocks from the Pasadena line, 25 minutes ride from First and Spring. Seven minute service, five cent fare. “the Cream of Highland Park*’ Exclusively High Grade Residence Property if -tut* 67 70 73 60 S7l 36 * A V£ S TOl IB I JB S' { S3 S3* 53 30 30 7S S 60 ■ AS If ~sr «o ~3F 3! 1 At— OffUAC S3~ % sV \*3 % JL£i % to IMPROVEMENTS Will be of the highestjclass including all street work, terracing the lots, planting handsome palms throughout the tract, and putting in cobblestone retaining walls, this feature being equalled by no other tract in Los An- - a '■‘igeles. •r RESTRICTIONS Haxe been carefully drawn, mak...

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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS It Is reported that H. E. Huntington has purchased ten acres In the Arroyo Sdco, adjoining the Holiness campmeeting grounds, between Pasadena and Garvanza, for the establishment of car shops. Rumor also has it that unless the Pasadena park promoters soon close their deal, or the intention is frustrated by incorporating the territory into the city limits of Pasadena or I.cs Angeles, the entireanjjvp may he converted into a maniifacuirlng district. Remember that Reed, the tailor and clothes cleaner, if you will call him. will get your clothes, clean, press and repair them and return to you. No trouble for you. Phone Home 39311; East 2191. Business men of Pasadena at a meeting of the board of directors of the Merchants association, declared themselves as being unanimously in favor of the project to convert the Arroyw Seco into an immense public park This is a project in which Highland Park is interested and efforts which have already been made by Garvanza, Sout...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

Home phone 89298. Sunset East 747. ACME GROCERY r \ W, H. Roth, Prop. Dealer in Staple and fancy Groceries, Vegetables ... ■ •• ‘ * . ’ Fruits, Candy and Nuts .5723 Pasadena avenue. •*&amp;gt; &amp;lt; On account, of our doing a &amp;lt;■ rash husines's we guarantee lower prices than, our opponents who a credit businessand lose at the end of the month Oat bad deht-s. " . I • Wedssue a rvAm.te ticket of 10c on every purchase of $2. "... • |f- . •* ' * —_ 'Vg— Since taking possession of 'lie store we have put on a delivery wagon and are prepared Ur deliver orders hi. Highland Park. Lock &amp;amp; Schulze r L U B gUJMB»N6 LOCK « SCHULZt. Gas N - Phones East 1126 Home 39123 5729 Pasadena Avenue GAS AMD STEAM FITTING ipio/ar Attention PaW to Bauatrlst ; e- ’ Lm Tm Young, 5303 Pasadena Avo. *- . ' % ' 1 .. Gents’ and Ladies' Furnishing Goods NOTIONS • , Shoes for Men, Women and Children Men's Darby and Felt Hats from 75c to 52.50, ■■ - m T-. r HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET ULU...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

Bank of Highland Park LOAMS AMD INVESTMENTS G. W. E. GRIFFITH, President JNO. B. MERRILL, Cashier Capital Stock $lOO,OOO Ono-third Paid Up Bank Block ' BJOO Pamadmnm Arm. Highland Park Hardware Store RITOMer A OROTTHOUSE ' : WE DELIVER ALL GOODS BOTH RHODES . V . H0m089330 Earn! lASI. M 903 Paaadona Ari. i • ■mf*’ ' : - . . . i-v - ■*,- U - 1 : - : -• PHONES- Eaat 2191 i Homo 39311 STANDARD REAL ESTATE CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, RENTALS AND L0AN5...... 8719 Paaadona Arm. Lam Angolan, Oat. T Phono East 1772 Home 39314 JOBBING Promptly Attondsd To i D. F.MURPHY Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter GAS LIGHT SUPPLIES, MANTELS. CHIMNEYS, BUHNERS. ETC. ETC. 6719 Los Angolos, Cel. '.- ‘ ■ Jo Jo Pad rick £ Son, &amp;lt;y*~ BUILDERS OF PLEASANT MODERN COTTAGES. _____ .... V . ./T'.-■ V Office and shop with F. M. Crawford, 5719 Pasadena avenue. Plani furnished where desired. Job work, repairs, tool sharpening and say filing promptly attended to. We guarantee good work at right prices. Try u...

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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS j The committee on organization of !an Improvement association for the j New York valley met In Wm. Elaey’s I office Wednesday evening, and Is actively at work. Fallowing is the committee: Wm. Elsey, chairman, L. Graefcner, secretary; A. S. Schllen, C. W. Wenrlch, G. G. Quirk, E. E.- Bennett, F, T. Scott. The Star Real Estate Co. report the sale of a lot In the Griffith tract to Geo. H. Church. Annexation of Hermon, New York and Eagle Rock valley, was the tlyeme of an enthusiastic meeting last/hight at Wood's Hall. Commi ll at. work on the proposition ifipnhex a large and rich territory city.. This paper goes to press too early to give an account of the meeting, but we will keep our readers Informed of the progress of the movement?' There is to be a reception given by the church federation of Los Angeles churches to the men of Highland Park and Garvanza on Friday evening, April 20th, at 7:30 p. m„ at Woods Hah, 5721% Pasadena avenue. In the interest of civic...

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