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Scientific Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
Scientific Explanation. Berkeley, April 18—The best record pr the beginning of the heaviest shocks Is furnished by the standard clock of the students’ observatory, which stopped at live hours, twelve minutes, thirty seconds Pacific standard time, while less severe shocks were recorded by S. "Albrecht some thirty-five seconds earlier. The principal part of the earthquake -l-came In two sections, the first series of vibrations lasting for about forty seconds. * The vibrations diminished, considerably during the following ten seconds and then continued with renewed vigor ■for about twenty-five seconds more, i But even at this writing about 12 m. i Wednesday, April 18, the disturbance 1 has not-- as yet subsided, as slight j shocks are being recorded at frequent I Intervals on the EWing seismograph, which has been restored to working order. The principal direction of motion was from S. SE. to N. NW. The remarkable feature of this earthquake, aside from its intensity, was its rotary moti...
Governor Pardee Thanks NatioiiU for Immediate Relief. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
Governor Pardee Thanks NatioiiU for Immediate Relief. Washington.—The California delegation is in receipt of the following telegram from Gov. Pardee: “Oakland, April 20.—California delegation, care of Hon. J. R. Knowland, house of representatives: Thanks of people of California for nation’s generosity. Give my personal thanks to each member of delegation and tell Kahn that Mrs. Kahn is safe and well.” Senator Perkins received the following telegram from Goy. Pardee: "All of California applauds nation’s generosity- Three hundred thousand homeless.” I
Eleven Men Found Alive in Basement of Postoffice. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
Eleven Men Found Alive in Basement of Postoffice. J3an Francisco—Eleven postal clerks were taken from the debris of the pcstofflee! - All were thought to be dead, but It was found that although they were burled In the stone every one was I alive. They had been for three days I without food or water. All the malb| ; was saved. “■? | I Little Damage Done To the Cliff House San Francisco —A thorough Inspec-! tlon made by a representative of the Associated Press, who made the trip in an automobile, shows that comparatively little damage was done In the vicinity of the Cliff house. The Cliff house Itself not only stands but the I damage sustained from the earthquake shock tp this historic building will not exceed $5OO according to Manager WH , kins. In tact the escape of the Cliff I house Is one of the curious features of the disaster which has befallen San i Francisco. The famous Sutro baths, ; located near the Cliff house, with Its ; hundreds of thousands, of square feet , of glass roo...
EARTHQUAKE INFORMATION SOUGHT FROM UNCLE SAM [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
EARTHQUAKE INFORMATION SOUGHT FROM UNCLE SAM Washington—A flood of letters Is i pouring into the office of the geologl-j cal survey from interested citizens all over the country, who wish to know if the San Francisco earthquake has finished its awful work or If other localities are likely to be visited. The , professional prophets of disaster are; also getting busy with their correspondence, and the mall baskets of nearly ail the high government officials i are loaded down with advice and warn-1 Ings from these public spirited person- j ages. The scientists of the geological stir- | vey, however, do not take anywhere near such a pessimistic view of the situation. "There is no such thing as i predicting with certainty the coming j of an earthquake,” said Prof. Chas. D. ! Walcott, director of the survey, “and anyone who pretends to have that ability is a charlatan. There is no connection whatever between the eruption of Vesuvius and the earthquake at , San Francisco, as some people se...
RUINS OF THE CHRONICLE BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
RUINS OF THE CHRONICLE BUILDING unharmed. Only a few of the windows in the Sutro baths and in the Cliff house were broken and the lofty chlm,ney of the pumping plant of the former festahllahraent was cracked only slightly. a great service to the suffering peoiMe of San Francisco and all their friend* If it could be published throughout the country If the conditions are not so. ', “PUNSTON, Commanding, i “E." F. SCHMITZ, Mayor. | “Official; S. \V. DUNNING, Military Secretary.”
No Contagious Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
No Contagious Diseases. San Francisco, April 22.—The Associated Press Is requested to transmit the following: .“War Department, Headquarters, PaI clflc Division: ! “San Francisco, April 22, 190 C. [ “Several telegrams have been received at these headquarters requesting Information as to epidemics ot contagious diseases In the city of San Francisco. There Is absolutely no truth In any of these statements. There is no epidemic of any kind and no present prospect of any. Such statements are simply doing harm to i San Francisco and injuring the country In general. It would be deemed
. Feasible Keeeeaa. . [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
. Feasible Keeeeaa. . “Senator,” asked the inquisitive con- : stituent, “why are appropriations for internal improvements, such an erecting public buildings, miking riven navigable, and the like, ealled ‘pork’?” “Because,” said the statesman, “yd* fellows squeal till yon got it, and DncM Sam grunt* when he gives it out.”
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS •«* **• ' ' ‘ ■■ .•rH •* [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS •«* **• ' ' ‘ ■■ .•rH •* Nearly every person In Highland Park was engaged with some feature 1 of the relief work for - San Francisco 1 sufferers, during the week. Great 11b- - erallty has been shown by everybody. &lt; The churches all took large collections 1 for this cause. Every lodge and so- 1 clety is doing nobe work. The calam- I Ity has located the great human heart, 1 and found It to be in the right place. &lt; 1 When you require poultry don’t, forget the finest birds, all nicely dressed, 1 can be obtained at the Highland Park Market, Lillie, Mills &amp; Co. The Methodist Sunday school has adopted a novel and what will probably be a very effective method of se-, I curing regular and Increased attend- 1 ance. Each scholar who is regular 1 and punctual will receive each Sun- 1 day a finely colored steroscoplc view, and a'fter fifteen Sundays, will be presented with a fine stereoscope. Extra polychrome stereo views will be given, ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
( W. H. Roth, Prop. Dealer in «• * ' Staple and Fancy Groceries FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ■ ■ 572? Pasadena Ave Plumes Homfe 39298 East 747 HAVE NO FEAR, NO ALARM! We can last the rush resulting from ibc San Francisco Are. - '1 Breakfast incomplete without breakfast food or coffee and milk.. Twenty- \ four breakfast foods ranging- from 10c ' to 25c: fifteen grades coffee. 15c to ) 40c,- five 'being front 'Frisco; ten variety -t- -&lt; lies of cream to choose from. Dinner, incomplete without wafers sS#*fruU and preserver for dessert, j About thirty varieties of wafers and chokies to select from: fancy fruit and jogetaltk'S of all kinds.. Libby's pre- 1 serves recommeutled to body's taste. - suit every- : Supper incomplete without using "Our Best" butter which Sale next Monday. viil he on T? ' mbing LOCK a SCHULZE oms- Steaj Lock &amp; Schulze U 'M B I N Q PHONES Hast 1125 Home 39123 5729 Pasadena Avenue GAS AND STEAM FITTING M/tmclal Attonflon Pmkf to Rmmmlrlng v HIGHLAND ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
Bank of Highland Park LOANS AND INVESTMENTS G V W. E. GRIFFITH, President &gt; JNO. B. MERRILL, Cashier Capital Stock $lOO,OOO Ono-thlrd PaU Up Bank Block 5700 Paaadana Arm, Tasty New Soda Two things make for tasty and healthful soda water. First, service. Second, materials used. We have lately installed additions to our fountain accessories that enables us to serve you soda tastefully. The hygienic, atrungfmerits are the best!' 'Every-glass of fountain drinks we serve is give nr you pure and healthful. Good Service- is no avail without pure material. We are considered purity cranks by the jobbers who furnish our supplies. But w» can afford to be called cranks, if it betters the quality of our soda—water. y r-i We also carry the famous CRESCENT ICE CREAM. Home phone 89105, Sunset East 595. HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY &gt; ' J 3705 Pasadena Ave High Ind Park Lunch Room and Restaurant .... CHAS. STROLE. Proprietor. 5717 1-2 Pasadena Avenue. SYCAMORE QROVE NURSERIES DO You w...
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. TO REBIOENTB OF QARVANZA. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. TO REBIOENTB OF QARVANZA. It la the desire of the publisher of the Herald.to make this paper a complete sylnposium of the local and social affairs of Garvanza. To this end lt ja urgently requested that every person will promptly send us all Items of local Interest. Our office address and phone number Is, given above and we expect soon to establish a more convenient office in Garvanza. The Herald will be glad to devote Its space to upbuilding and improvement efforts in Garvanza. Walter P. Rogers has moved Into th B house at 6314 Elgin street. Mrs. W. A. Myers Is now occupying the home at 6195 Pasadena avenue. Mr. and Mrs. P, H. Keegan and Monroe Cook have moved from 319 North Avenue 64 to Alhambra, where they will make their new home. $9O0 —Corner lot having double frontage on Marmion Way to Pasadena car line, over 300 feet of frontage. Elegant view of the mountains over Ihe Arroyo Seco. Ideal place to build artistic bungalow. Haynes Realty Co., 200 South Avenue 6...
PBI MU GAMMA SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
PBI MU GAMMA SOCIETY. The young men of the Garvanza Methodist Sunday school, have organized themselves Into a class society which will be known as the Psl Mu Gamma. The object of this organization; Is to promote a greater interest socially among its members. A social meeting and initiation will be held the first Thursday of each month for members only. And an open meeting will occur quarterly, at which all who are Interested are invited to be present. Great Interest la already being manifested by the young men of this community and the fine large room on the second floor of the church, which has been assigned to the class tor its permanent quarters, is rapidly Ailing. Miss Hallle Haskins is Instructress and the officers are Mr. F. A. Bacon, president; Mr. B. G. Maxwell secretary and treasurer; Mr. Harry McDonald, first vlce-prfestdenl; Mr. Charles Summers, sargeant at arms, and Mr. Stanley Robson, editor. *
SAN RAFAEL TERRACE, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
SAN RAFAEL TERRACE, Thousands of people have visited the romantic vale In which stands the beautiful Church of the Angels, and have feasted their eyes on the glorious outlook. Many have wished for an opportunity to secure a home in this favored spot. Mr. A. Singer, general agent for the San Rafael Terrace, has supplied the long felt desire. This sightly tract is located on the hills directly In front of the church. Many fine homes are In prospect, plans having already been drawn and aocepted for ohe eight thousand dollar residence. s
A SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
A SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. "S'rf enleHalnraent T6F tKe‘l&gt;en6lTt - T)r’ the Piano fund of the Eagle Rock Avenue school. “The Lady of the Lake ' under the direction of Miss Wallamsne \Vllkes, will be presented by the eighth grade room, at Miller’s Hall, Saturday evening, May 5, at 8 o’clock. The seventh grade room will hold a candy sale, and serve refreshments, . Surveyors and graders are nbw -at work on the new golf grounds and tluß hdtiße glte’hetweetr Garvanza and Pasadena! near Johnson’s lake. The site of the $30,000 club house, which .onsists of 2.66 acres on a sightly knoll. Is being surveyed and prepared for building operations. The one hundred and twenty-seven acre golf grounds will be among the finest in America, and we doubt If any place In the couniry can equal them In beauty of surroundings. It Is said that Eagle Rock car line now building will reach these grounds within a comparatively short time. Many homes of wealthy people are planned 'to be erected on the surr...