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VENANGO PLAN%OR PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

VENANGO PLAN%OR PROHIBITION. •• At the Free Methodist church, Hermon, on Sunday evening, April 29th. Jas. H. Woertendyke, the eloquent orator, will explain the Venango plan of prohibition work, which is simply revolutionizing methods of warfare upon the vile saloon. It will pay our citizens to hear this man, as he is patriotic, sensible, humorous, eloquent, logical and trenchent.

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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HERMON FAVORS ANNEXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

HERMON FAVORS ANNEXATION. .. The citizens of Hermon held an enthusiastic meeting Monday night, at which ths question of annexation to the city was discussed. The proposftfon was heartily favored, and instructions were given to the Hermon Improvement Association to push the matter act Jn harmony with the Highland Park and Garvanga territory annexation projects. -.c. The car line to be extended from Ave. 32, known as the Griffin Ave. line, ,-wlll give Herihon long needed car service, and Will cause rapid growth of a highly favored community, both in Its location ajtd the -high character of its population. ' Ji:' , . t

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GREAT PROSPERITY FOR PACIFIC COAST Rebuilding of San Francisco Will Canse Unparalled Activity in v all Lines [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

GREAT PROSPERITY FOR PACIFIC COAST Rebuilding of San Francisco Will Canse Unparalled Activity in v all Lines Editor Herald; The great calamity of our sifter city of San, Francisco Is In the mind of every one and the though! comes to us all —what ,of the future? This is a proper consideration to enable us to manage our business affairs intelligently. Let us consider the situation: A great city has been practically destroyed -one of the richest cities In the world. The loss was prim pally by fire. The loss of property caused by the earthquake was not sufficient in itself to cause any financial disturbance. The loss by fire Is estimated at $250,000,000, and the Insurance payable Is placed at $175,000,000. So far as we now know, the banks and Insurance companies are all sound, and this vast amount of money will spon be paid out, and go Into the channels of trade on this coast. The excitement produced by this great catastrophe will be passed In a few more days. What effect on the busines...

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FOR NEW YORK VALLEY CAR LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

FOR NEW YORK VALLEY CAR LINE. To the Citizens of Highland Park, Carranza and the New York Valley: The l.os Angeles Railway Co. have agreed to build an electric car line through the New York Valley, provided a private right of way Is secured for them. Messrs. Hugh Glapsoll and Ralph Rogers gave free right of way from Eagle Rock Valley line to Ave. 54. Most of the right of wav is given free front this point to Eagle Rock Ave. but It will be necessary to purchase certain properties hot donated along this private right of way to connect with tho- Monte Vista street car line. Now we ask your aid In securing this right of way AT ONCE. Should we fail to secure 11*41 the' present time it will, in all probability, be abandoned for several years to come. Therefore it is earnestly requested that each anti every limy holder In and adjoining the New Yorß valley subscribe to this fund so as to get this contract closed up immediately with the Electric Railway Co. The terms of the subscription will...

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FINE RESIDENCE OPPOSITE PRES BYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

FINE RESIDENCE OPPOSITE PRES BYTERIAN CHURCH. S. Jacoby reports the sale of the southwest corner of Pasadena avenue and Avenue 53, opposite the Presbyterian church, to A. L. Parker, the consideration being |4OOO. -This is the top notch for Pasadena avenue property up to date, although Mr. Jacoby was offered an advance of $5OO on the above price within four days after he sold It. The sale was made to eastern people, who upon return from their summer vacation will build a very fine residence upon the site. First-class Clough & Warren organ, flhe tone, for sale cheap at Highland Park Harness Shop,' 5719 Pasadena avenvfe. Go to ti. T. Young’s (or men’s shirt. ' .1 *

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CAR LINE ASSURED FOR NEW YORK VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

CAR LINE ASSURED FOR NEW YORK VALLEY. At last assurances have been received from the Los Angeles Railway Co. that the car line will be extended from the Eagle Rock junction through New York Valley to a connection with the Monte Vista line. Mr. W. C. Weaver, proprietor of the Glen Rock Villa tract, has conducted the negotiations and has now closed a contract with the railroad company on the basis of commencement of work within Sixty days, and completion of the line within one year. It Is expected that the line will be finished in much less time, but the railroad company will not contract for a shorter time on account of the danger of labor trouble or other difficulties which cannot be foreseen. The company will provide the right of way from the end of the present line on Monte Vista to a connection with the private right of way which Mr. Weaver has practically secured to Mesa avenue. This connection may be made by way of Monte Vista, Aye, 01 East, thence on Piedmont around the southe...

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HIGHLAND PARK'S HILLS TO BE THE NOB HILL OF LOS ANGELES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

HIGHLAND PARK'S HILLS TO BE THE NOB HILL OF LOS ANGELES. The Herald has It upon reliable authority that a syndicate of bankers has secured a large acreage of hills closely adjacent to Highland Park, and.that magnificent home sites of from three to four acres will be laid out with due regard to-{he natural contour of the land. The tract will be hedged about by such radical building restrictions that a residence section of the highest class is Insured. Property of this class, being separated from congested portions of the city, will never be In danger from the ravages of fire, such as destroyed Nob Hill residences in San Francisco.

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A NOTABLE SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

A NOTABLE SERMON. Rev. Jackson preached a notable sermon at the Methodist chjurch Sunday mornlngr-mi the earthquake horror, {From the standpoint of retribution upon a wicked city. While the speaker did not give it as his opinion that the destruction of San Francisco occurred as a punishment of a wicked city, still it 1s a fact that San Francisco was probably the most wicked city In this country- In no other city than San Francisco does the record of the various churches show an actual decrease In membership, Instead of growth. It is strange that San Francisco is the first city In a Christian land to erect a temple to Buddha. Rev. Jackson did not however, favor attempts which have been made to macken the name of a city which is down. He called attention to the criminal records of Chicago, St. Louis and other large eastern cities, in Chicago lhere is a reign of terror such as exists in no other city of the country, on account of its wickedness. Los Angeles has its Ascot Park and its D...

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AN “AFTERNOON TEA.” [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

AN “AFTERNOON TEA.” The residence of Mr. Thomas Palmer, 503G Echo street, will be the scene of an “Afternoon Tea", to be given by Mrs. Palmer,.assisted by the ladles of the Woman’s Auxiliary to the Board of Missions of the Episcopal church on Monday, April ”oth, from three to five o’clock. _ ~ Papers will be read illustrating how the church grows both in frigid Alaska, and along the torrid line of the Equator, and Miss Belle Barker, from 3t. Paul, Mlhn., will sing. A cordial invitation is extended.

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THE METHODIST MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

THE METHODIST MUSIC. Next Sunday morning Mrs. Gbdsmark will sing the offertory at the Methodist church. This lady is the prime favorite of all who- have ever heard her sing. The rich velvety tone and .sympathetic quality of her beautiful voice and her charming personality have given rare pleasure every time she has been induced to sing In Highland Park. In the evening Mr. Bennett. Mrs. Coryell and Miss Cortelyou will sing, “Father lead us by the hand,” from “Belshazzer.” An effort will be made hereafter to give an especially good musical program each Sunday evening. The anthems for the day will be, morning, “Near Is the Lord, our God,” by Rhelnberger; and evening, McFarten's “The Lord is My Shepherd." Last Sunday morning Miss Grace Whltehorri sang most acceptably that exquisite “Come unto Him,” by Jessie Hilton Farrell, and In the evening Mlssr Whltehorn and Miss Wentworth' sang a duet. Morning music, Sunday, April 29th: Anthem. “Near is the Lord our G0.1.' Rhelnberger. Offertory, S...

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REFIEF WORK AT OCCIDENTAL College Students Sacrifice Pleasure for Benefit of Sufferers. I [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

REFIEF WORK AT OCCIDENTAL College Students Sacrifice Pleasure for Benefit of Sufferers. I At the suggestion of President Baer, a committee of students consisting of one from each class, with J. P. Hagerman as chairman, made a thorough canvass" of Highland Park on Friday afternooi for supplies for San Francisco. These were sent to the Academy building and a huge van of clothes and food was packed and shipped. On Tuesday evening President Baer entertained the Senior Class with a nine course banquet at Hotel Maryland. The table was most beautifully decorated with pink roses and candelabra to match. No formal addresses were made, buf a most delightful social time was enjoyed; in the course of which Dr. Baer outlined some of his plans for the future development of Occidental which filled all with enthusiasm. On Saturday morning the Seniors will entertain Dr. Baer at Long 1 Beach, returning In time to witness the bail game in the afternoon. The regular meeting of the Laurean was held on M...

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THE SUNSHINE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

THE SUNSHINE LIBRARY. The Sunshine Library Is now at the 1 home of Elsie Lafterty, the librarian, at 5815 Benner street. The library Is for public use. Not long ago as some remember, the Sunshine girls under the leadership of Mrs. White, had a book social. From that they sta.- Ed a library which now contains about 75 I volumes. Owing to the fact that Mrs. ; White has moved from Highland Park, i the meetings of the class have been [somewhat irregular but now the girls , have another leader, Mrs. ; Stlckney, | living on West Avenue 67; and the , work and library will be started up | agiltn.' ’The library Is especially for the use of the sick and poor; or those who cannot get books from public 11i brary. The same system of lines la used as in the public library, and the class invites all the public to contribute or borrow books from Its library. I It has childrens books and also Action and some reference bcoks, so patronize the Sunshine Library. 1 — ; _ , S. Jacoby, of Samuel Jacoby &a...

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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS All Saints’ Episcopal Churclr had very Interesting services last Sunday. At the forenoon service feur persons were baptized by the Rev. Dr. A. G. L. Trew Helen, the second daughter of Mr, Harry Stafford, the city engineer, and three babies, the chlldretl of Mr. Robert Gray, Mr. Richard S. Brydon and Mr, George Bowie, The offerings were devoted to the San Francisco Relief Fund and amounted to over JCO. Rev, Wm. F. Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rice, has been made Pie- , * siding Elder of the countries of Paraguay, Argentina and Patagonia, ,ln the South American Methodist confercncft... Real estate agents of Highland Park all report astonishing activity In tllo demands of buyers, considering that most people are still largely engrossed with the San Francisco disaster and with relief work. While' it may be true that a few were fearful that there would bo a lull, the great majority have wisely concluded that results Will Justify their expectation that the dema...

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

GEO. F. KEY, D. C. Residence, 114 West Ave. 57. Hours « U>£lt a.m Hub-Luxations Pinch Nerves,- Pinched Nerves Cause Disease. I CHIROPRACTIC Is the Science that removes the cause by adjustment Hotel Vendome. 231 South Hill St Hours 1:30 to 4-.30 Los Angelcjt, Cal. Percy K. Lusk - First Class Teacher of Piano and Harmony 232 Ave 57 West - . Jaas ~ Tailoring Cleaning Pressing C.C. Reed, 5719 Pasadena Av PHONES: East 2191 Home MU Orders called tor and detyTeraK Bay oleaa a—total l>.

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CHURCH FEDERATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

CHURCH FEDERATION MEETING. On Friday evening a representative gathering of Christian men from Highland Park and Garvanza met in Wood’s Hall in response to the invitation of the oflcers of the Federation of Los Angeles churches. The object of the meeting was to discuss the problem of securing Christian representation in the city and county government and the general purification of the politics of the city and county. It was the sentiment Of the speakers that it is the duty of every Christian-man to attend the primary elections, and that a failure to take an active interest in thej righteous government of' the community, falls - tovperform one of his most important Christian duties. Highland Park and Garvanza have four hundred voting church members, and the first ward has two thousand, yet these men allow the ward bosses" and saloon power, which has only a few men directing political affairs, to absolutely control primaries and conventions. and to toisttupon the people undesirable me...

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Highland Park, Garvanza and Los Angeles Express. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

Highland Park, Garvanza and Los Angeles Express. This will notify all concerned that i hare secured from Fred Hallert the Highland Park, Garvanza and Los Angeles Express, formerly owned by me and am again ready to attend promptly all orders In my line. Regular trips down town in a. ro. Residence i 529 New York street. Phone Home 39332, East 2169. Down town office 212 E. 3d street. Home 8293. W. B. KEESE

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RELIEF WORK IN GARVANZA. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

RELIEF WORK IN GARVANZA. The work of the Women's /Relief - Committee of the first ward is being i ably carried out by the precinct dlrec- ' tors appointed by Mrs. Owen McAleer, i chairman of the first ward committee. ' The committee in charge Includes Mrs. 1 R. H. Lindsay,-chairman; Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs. Dexter, Mrs. G. W. Wlfson, Mrs. F. I. Wheat, Mrs. Blakeslee, Miss Wilson, Mrs. Babcock. Not enough thanks can be given Garvanza people for their hearty response to this urgent call, many offering to care fqr the stricken ones In their kJawn homes. * Mr. Adams of the Holiness Church, tendered the use of their camping grounds In the Arroyo Seco with all their furnishings for the comfort of the homeless ones. .. The Orat call for assistance was answered within twenty-four hours; a corps of willing packers were soon at, work at Jhe Methodist church, contributions were on hand of every ,klnd, and soon after dusk nine cases were on their, way north assigned to. the headquarters of the Asso...

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J. H. Wolf, Shoemaker. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

J. H. Wolf, Shoemaker. 5903 Paasdena avenue. First class work guaranteed. Our fine finishing is the delight of all our patrons.

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Nothlee Maw Under dan. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906

Nothlee Maw Under dan. Arthur Evans, the Oxford archaeologist, who has made so many Interesting discoveries In the 'So-called palace of Minos, In Crete, Jims found In a subterranean sanctuary pertain very ancient, small earthenware statues, representing the goddess and two of her servants. The dress of the figures I* said to be highly modern. The goddess, we grieve to say, wears a corset. Just such a corset as contemporary man shyly wonders at In the windows of a department store. The skirt of the robe of the goddess Is “In Louis XV, style.” Her Jacket Is “exactly as Is worn In the present day.” Styles of say, 2000 B. C... styles of 1906. Unless some humorist has "salted" the excavations, you are forced to hold that much nonsense has been written hbdut the splendid, free, uncramped bodies of the female ancients, by no means ancient females. In their time. And “we shift and bedeck and bedrape us” much as our esteemed ancestors did In the morning of the world.—Everybody's Magazine. • ...

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