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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

r\ '• ' THe 4 r ifSfl A f I & HK f The Occidental 6023 Pasadena Ave A BICYCLE BARGAIN. “SYLVAN." For this week we offer our best bl- . cycle, < -the “Sylvan,” for $45. This wheel Is made In our own shop and Is far superlor.to machine-made bicycles. The frame Is mad,e of the best Shelby steel tubing, with all joints flushed and reinforced, and hand-madd throughout. We can furnish this wheel in 20, 21, 22 or 24-Inch frames, and In black, blue, carmine or robinegg blue; also black with red stripes, blue with red head, carmine with green head, etc. Forks neatly nlckled and striped. We use only the D. & J. hanger and the Fisk Plank Road Tires. Through- • ourthe material » the besr the market affords, and we give you choice of a half dozen styles of saddles and handle bars. This wheel Is supplied with any one ot the popular brakes. However, we recommend either the Corbin, New Departure or Morrow. A bicycle equipped like our “Sylvan”, with same grade of m...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

Phillips' Carries a Full Line of Fruits and Vegetables Coal, Grain and Wood Phono Eaat 1104 309 Hew YorkSt =:: : _ : j :__ _ _ _ : New York Meat Market MICHAEL SCHNURR Proprietor . Moats Fish Poultry Sunset East 1104 309 New York St Dr. Roy L. Spencer, Dentist. Hours—9:3o to 12; Ito >. Evenings and Sundays by apjointment. Phones —Home 39155. East 290. Corner Ave. 58 and s asadepa avenue, Highland Park. Mokl Girl Decorating Pottery WE MAKE ’EM Hot water from the Sun Winter and Summer “SUNS OUT” THE LATEST SOL WORKS ’EM No Danger No Delay No Expense SOLAR HEATER COMPANY 333 NEW HIUH ST- ■**' LOS ANQELES, CAL. Highland park Most Beautiful Subburban Portion of Los Angeles. f i i .. & ■fit; 5# 5 7* Poor & Wing 8184 Paaadamm Ara., Have some of the beet property on their liete. Prices and termiq reasonable. * 1 M fa ataka a BaacUky at Fins HHt Property Don’t fail to see it. No finable to show it. King us up—li»St 531, Home 39D iO. e

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omnro or the great sdcploh tushbl [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

omnro or the great sdcploh tushbl Passenger service through the Simplon tunnel was started on Jan. first train entering the tunnel was at 8 ;56 a. m., from the north and leaving it at 9 ;33 a. m. When the train emerged from the tunnel cheers were raised by the spectators and salutes were fired. The train consisted of an engine and four passenger coaches, containing a number of eminent personages and newspaper men. The boring of the Simplon tunnel, the fourth of the great Alpine tunnels and the second between Switzerland and Italy, was completed Friday, Feb. 24, 1905. It was begun in August, 1898, and was built by the two governments named. The total cost was about $13,500,000. The total length of tills great tunnel from the point where It enters the solid rock on the one side to the pointy of issue-on the pther Is exactly 12 miles and 458 yards, of ,-, which a little over 7 miles Is in Italian territory. The St Gothard tunnel Is 9 miles and 564 yards long, the Mont Cenis a few yards...

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A SIGH FOR GREEN PASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

A SIGH FOR GREEN PASTURES. Yonder goes the river— All its waters swishin’; Work to do is bread for ytfo. But—ruther go a-fishin' I Think about its banks o’ green— Branches leanin’ over; Work to do is bread for you. But—ruther roil in clover I What’s this old world anyhow, But a world o’ wishing? Work to do means life to you. But—ruthar go a-fishin'! —Frank L. Stanton. „

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|inßE«lißo^ [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

|inßE«lißo^ «r> NDRE held the envelope up t( to the light and regarded 1 critically. “It la ze ordalre from zat Chlcagc house,” he said, “for which I haf —Oh w’at you say?—host led.” Our American slang bad always beet a source of wonderment to him and bt used it with the same enjoyment personally that it produced on bis au dltors. “But the other letter, Andre?” said 1, noticing that be tucked a second missive slyly Ssldb. T He blushed like a schoolgirl as- he replied: "Zat Ise from my Yvonne, but I o{>en It not till ze fine ampulla feenlsbed and success is mine.” Andre de Beaumont’s pottery and plaster work had been the fashion ever since our women’s club made him a fad by taking up both himself and his work. An Alsatian, having come to our city a few years before after a most romantic life of adventure all over the world. In far-off Alsace be had left a peasant sweetheart, one Yvonne St Homier, whom he was to claim when for tone -favored hint! Bui the sllvci t...

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ELEVATOR IN THE ALPS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

ELEVATOR IN THE ALPS. Loftiest Lift In the World la Installed Opposite Lucerne; The loftiest elevator lu the world la reputed to belong to Switzerland aild li Installed opposite Lucern-i at the famous natural mountain observatory of Burgenstock. The elevator Is picturesquely hidden In a grotto, which Is reached by a picturesque road from Kehrslten cut Oft iof the mountains overhanging the lake. The elevator is operated by electricity and has a carriage twelve feet square, carrying seven passengers. The carriage rises to a total height of 600 feet In lass than three minutes, so that mountain climbing by electricity Is far easier than by an alpenstock. The first 218 feet pass through a wall of masonry, and the following 387 feet in a steel lattice work, daylight and an Increasing wider view lending delight to bwibs klevatok. the swift Journey. A gallery leads from the landing to the top of Hammelschwand mountain, 3,600 feet above sea level. Thera is provision for two steel cables for ...

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Immune to Cold*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

Immune to Cold*. “A Quakeress,” said* a physician, “never catches "cold. Her Immunity Is due to her bonnet If I had my way all of us, women and men alike, would wear Quaker bonnets. “This bonnet protects the back of the bead and the nape of the neck, two very tender spots. The nape especially Is tender. Let a good draught strike yon there for just a second and I’ll guarantee you a week’s cold. The Quakeress’ bonnet may not be beautiful, but, protecting her nape as It does, It keeps her free from colds year in and year out” '

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The Call to Action. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

The Call to Action. He —Now, dearest, yon don’t believe all those nasty things you are Storing. You know I would die for you. She — Ob, you aggravate me so; I like men who do things, not merely say them.—Boston Transcript

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Temperance Revival. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

Temperance Revival. Joseph Nix, the Wesleyan reformer, secured 8,845 signatures to the pledge In a nine days’ gospel temperance meeting at Bradford, England.

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Tee Soon. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

Tee Soon. “Bello, old men. What are yon leaving off for Lentt" / ' • “My winter underwear.”—Houston Peat

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tV<>MI'N rAS If I <>^ [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

tV&amp;lt;&amp;gt;MI'N rAS If I &amp;lt;&amp;gt;^ Harrying a Han to Hr*form Him. That love which Is akin to pity Is responsible for some of the most unhappy alliances, and If a woman places any value upon her future happiness she will not undertake that most disheartening. dangerous and Impossible of tasks, the reformation of a man by marrlageT' How ofen one hears the remark; Perhaps when Bp-aud-So Is married he will settle down and reform. It Is a popular fallacy, and the greatest mistake a woman can make is that her love will change a man's nature from bad to good, turn a drunkard into a temperate man or make an idle one Industrious. The delusion is a very old one. I do not assert, says a woman writer, that a man of loose principles Is absolutely irreclaimable under the Influence of a good worakn,.but if I were a girl again, and a dissolute lover for whom I cared eagle to me promising amendment and reform if only I - would marry hlrm I would saif 1 come to me lii* ...

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BEAUTIFUL EVENING GOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

BEAUTIFUL EVENING GOWNS. Two handsome imported models for evening wear are. Illustrated In the picture, flic gown to the left Is tor full dress occasions, and Is made of silver brocade and tissue with amber velvet ribbon festooned about the decolletago. The other gown, for dinner wear, Is of palest gray silk with a large mauve satin spot In it. The trimming Is of lace and mauve ribbon. These gowns exemplify the craze for ribbon trimming and for polka dot effect.

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SNAP SHOTS WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

SNAP SHOTS WOMEN. Twenty-five per cent of the students at Finland’s University are women; but only half of these pass the examinations. Those that do are mostly Ip the medical department. It Is said that the wife of M. de Witte Is a Jewess —a fact that has closed many doors to him In the Russian court and official circles, and been a certain obstacle In his public career. Helen Longstreet, daughter of the famous general, has written In “Lee and Longstreet at High Tide” the stbry of the battle of Gettysburg, on answer to certain criticisms that have been leveled at her distinguished father. Mrs. W. S. Pratt, of Atlanta, Oa.. Is said to be the only woman south of Chicago In the lumber trade. When the firm by whom she was employed went out of business, without losing a day hunting for a position she opened an office and began operations. Today she Is head of a firm handling 100 can of lumber monthly. - Marie Corelli, the author, Is a small, plump woman with curly hair and a double chin...

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Health and Beauty Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

Health and Beauty Hints. A gargle of salt and water Is a remedy for an ordinary sore throat Avoid Iced drinks at meal time, particularly at the beginning of the meal. -!■ Avoid over eating. Of the two evils, It Is better to eat too little than too much. . ■ t't Lettuce has a soothing effect on the nerves, and Is excellent for sufferers from Insomnia. There Is nothing more soothing In cases of nervous restlessness than a hot salt bath Just before retiring. Lotion for softening the bathing water: Four ounces of alcohol, one-half ounce of ammonia, one dram of oil of lavender. The person who wishes to gain flesh can never do so If she worries,,. Is harassed or permits her nerves to get the better of her. If possible, a nap during the day Is also very beneficial. A very simple method of reducing superfluous flesh Is to rub the affected parts with alcohol several times a day. By exercise and dieting yon should reduce your weight greatly In a tnonth. ’

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Fuhlon Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

Fuhlon Notes. Those new belts of gray gnskeskln are Just the thing to wear with gray skirts. New and particularly ferocious look- Ing hatpins are twisted spirally like a screw. ' Some* charmingly- practical littlefrocks are being made up out of the thin silks. The airiest hair combs are big butterflies of real tortoise shell, mounted on two prongs, - In the way of jackets the prettiest thing Is the embroidered lined Eton with Its small puffy sleeves. The latest In veils la the “flirtation,” three yards long, made of washable chiffon and wondrously hand-painted on the ends. One of the advantages of the corselet skirt Is that when the. Jacket la removed It Is far more complete than the usual skirt and blouse. The tailor gown will have sleeves that will not have much fullness and will be very long and rather tight from elbow to wrist The sleeve will not bo too severe. Heavy Unen parasols, embroidered by ; hand, and having natural whitish wood handles finished with linen cord and tassel...

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Gown for Yonng Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

Gown for Yonng Girl. For a young girl, this Is a suitable and stylish afternoon dress. Made In white yelling, with a girdle and cuffs of satin, and white lace waist and sleeves, it Is very dainty. The buttons and bSaklee ate of' mother-of-pearl. The wide-brimmed hat Is trimmed with a scarf and bows of soft white silk inull. The skirt Is a plain, circular cut, with rows of stitching as a finish. Over each hip Is a strap trimmed with buttons, which gathers the skirt very slightly, and gives an odd touch to its. design . ■' 1 v ~

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GARVANZA GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

GARVANZA GLEANINGS. QARVANZA HERALD The Garvanza Realty Co., 115 Ave. . C 4, has special bargains for a short time on good desirable lots from $260, $450 and up; close to car line, with water on them. Call there for bargains, as they make It a specialty and easy terms. Nice bungalow cottages from $l3OO up; modern; terms. $9O0 —Corner lot having double frontage on Marmlon Way to Pasadena car line, over 300 feet of frontage. Elegant view of-the mountains over the Arroyo Seco. Ideal place to build artistic bungalo*. Haynes Realty Co., 200 South Avenue 64, corner Pasadena car line. Jos. R. Loftus, recently arrived from Chicago, Is living at 209 South Avenue 66. He .Is secretary of the California Grape Juice Co., a corporation • made up largely of Garvanza and Highland Park people. -■ Builders’ Hardware of every description and don’t forget we have lawn mowers. Garvanza Hardware Store. Eagle Rock avenue, with Its new Walks and coat of oil is now becoming a popular street, and property Is...

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ALLURING WALKS ABOUT QARVANZA. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

ALLURING WALKS ABOUT QARVANZA. 1 Beautiful Church of the Angele, Arroyo Seco, Eagle Rock Valley. (Prom the Times Magazine.) 1 Toward Highland Park, the hillside which stretches westward parallel , with Avenue 50, so lovely In Its varlgated green of live oak, elder, sage, locust and grasses, is very alluring. If you are a good walker,-you .wIU . enjoy a tramp to Eagle Rock, the road to which picturesque place leads dldectly west on Eagle Rock avenue. It Is well to take this trip at a time when you can walk there In the afternoon, eat you? luncheon for ..supper, and make the return trip by moonlight This Is rather a long tramp. East of Pasadena avenue, several of * the crqss streets from Glen Mary to Avenue* 54 or 55, lead down Into the Arroyo Seco, which has many delights to offer to the picnickers. There are clean, white rocks and sand, white, smooth-limbed sycamores with their clear green foliage, and a quiet little brook to add the last artistic touch. Mineral Park, located furthe...

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CHURCH OF THE ANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

CHURCH OF THE ANGELS. At the church of the Angels, Carranza, on, Thursday afternoon, April 19th, Bishop Johnson conflrmed a clasa of six adults. The offering of this parish for the San Francisco sufferers on a recent Sunday morning amounted to $64.15, and the offering for foreign missions. $31.00. , „,-.7T, , The Sunday school will hold their Flower service Sunday next at 3:30. The church will be decorated with flowers and a beautiful cross will be filled with flowers. Several members of the Sunday school will receive Holy Baptism. The people of Qarvanza are invited and especially the children of other schools, to witness this unique service. There Is a service of worship every Sunday morning at eleven o’clock at the church. The people of Garvansa and vicinity are especially and cordially invited to attend and those not members to becomd regular attendants. The Holy Communion will be celebrated at eleven o’clock Sunday next and on the first and third Sunday of each month. On Ascensi...

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Highland Park, Qarvanza and Los Angeles Express. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906

Highland Park, Qarvanza and Los Angeles Express. This will notify all concerned that I have 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 Une.Regular trips down town In a. m. Residence 529 New York street Phone Home 39332, East 2169. Down *2s“ offlce 212 E - 3d street. Home 2298 - W. B. KEESE

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