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COLLIE WEIGHS SIX POUNDS. Only Three of This Breed of An-BOra Does In America. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

COLLIE WEIGHS SIX POUNDS. Only Three of This Breed of AnBOra Does In America. Although the dog aristocrats are supposed to have representation In the New York and Boston dog shows, there Is one species which is never represented, because the species is so rare. This Is the Angora collie, and there are only three of the dogs In this country. Dr. E. Ci Switzer, of Springfield, Mass., owns one of the animals, and the other two are to Xcwburyport, Mass., says the Sow Y’ork Herald. The peculiar characteristic of the dog Is that while It has all the marks of a typical collie. It weighs about sixpounds Instead of the thirty or more which the collie ordinarily weighs. It has the feathering on the legs and in the ears and Its bead is broad and intelligent, but here all resemblance to the well-known breed ends, for it Is a dainty, graceful dog, with all the pretty ways of a small dog. Dr. Switzer's dog is named Spider and her father and mother "were brought to this country from Spaiu and take...

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Mcdarehoar Fears No Snake. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

Mcdarehoar Fears No Snake. An Interesting fact about hedgehogs that perhaps not many persons know Is that the bites of even the most poisonous serpents have no effect on them whatever. M. Lenz, a naturalist, once watched a tight between a hedgehog and a viper and gives a most Interesting description of It He says that when the hedgehog came near the snake she began to smell it, for the sight of these animals Is so poor that they depend ‘almost entirely qn the sense of smell, and then she seized Its head with her teeth. In a moment the snake had freed itself, and, darting at the hedgehog, bit U several times, but the little animal did not seem to mind the bites at all, and when the snake was tired out with its efforts she again seized Its bead, which Sbb ground between her teeth, poisonoiis fangs and all. Then she devoured almost the whole of Its body. M. JLenz also tells of a pet hedgehog that he kept In his house In a large boa. Several times he put some adders into fbe box, which ...

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FUND TO BE RETURNED TRUSTEES WILL REIMBURSETHE NEW YORK LIFE Total of $146,000 to Be Paid Into Company Treasury—Officials Cognizant of the Contributions Asf seas Themsetvos, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

FUND TO BE RETURNED TRUSTEES WILL REIMBURSETHE NEW YORK LIFE Total of $146,000 to Be Paid Into Company Treasury—Officials Cognizant of the Contributions Asf seas Themsetvos, New York.-—At a Conference In the office of a downtown lawyer It was agreed that th| trustees of the New York Lite Insurance Company, who were members of the finance committee during the Presidential campaign of IS9G, 1900 and 1904 and were cognizant of the political contributions made by the New York Life, should reimburse the company to the extent of $148,000. This is the total of the political contributions made by the company. Each trustee will go into his own private funds to make the payment, ♦ln all fifteen trustees are involved, and under the agreement each man will have to contribute a trifle less than $lO,OOO. It was originally plahned to hold the estate of John A. McCall responsible for all of the political contributions and to bring legal actions against it to obtain reimbursements. The abandonment o...

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May Sutton Going to Defend Title Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

May Sutton Going to Defend Title Abroad. New York—Miss May Sutton, present holder of the all-England women’s championship and the American exchampion, will go to Loudon In July and defend her foreign title. Before sailing for England Miss Sutton has arranged to play in many of the Eastern tournaments. In this round of play she will be accompanied by at least two of her sisters, all pf whom are tennis expferts. It is expected that Florence Sutton and Mrs. Bruce, a married sister, will contest in several meetings around this city late In May and early In June.

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FOREST FIRES CONTROLLED. Village and Humber Mill Destroyed—Thirty Families Are Destitute. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

FOREST FIRES CONTROLLED. Village and Humber Mill Destroyed—Thirty Families Are Destitute. Bellingham, Wash. —The forest fires which destroyed the village and mill at Norwood, leaving thirty families destitute and threatening the town of Lynden, appear now to be under control. A large force of men battled with the flames until Lynden was out of danger.

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‘“■Corona Ships Much Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

‘“■Corona Ships Much Fruit. *Los Angeles—A special from Corona says that since November Ist there have been shipped from thaf place 300 carloads of orange* and 184 of lemons. There renjain about 150 carloads of oranges, of which about one half are are navels. > , ..-,/'

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Gilroy to Have Electric Lights In a Short Time. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

Gilroy to Have Electric Lights In a Short Time. Gilroy.—Gilroy’s new electric light plant is completed and in a few days, or as soon as the weather settles, the town will be lighted with electricity. The weather has delayed the installation of arc lights and the extension of wiring. 7

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Carnegie Gift to Redlands, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

Carnegie Gift to Redlands, Redlands. —The First, M. E: Church Vf this city has received notice ttjat Andrew'Carnegle has given the church $2OOO toward purchasing a pipe prgan. v 'This is the flrst gift Of this nature by him for such a purpose; to a church on the Pacific coast.

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FtMD GOLD WHILE REPAIRING A FEfoCE. A 1 Accidental Discovery of Quartz in Mendocino Causes Great .. Excitement. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

FtMD GOLD WHILE REPAIRING A FEfoCE. A 1 Accidental Discovery of Quartz in Mendocino Causes Great .. Excitement. Uklah.—A ledge of gold-bearing quartz has been discovered on the brink of the ocean bluff Just north of the moutfi 6f, Buckhorn creek an,d about one mile south of Little river, Brink and Theodore Ledfonl. While they were repairing a fence along the road one of/them struck a projecting rock with his hammer. ■ To their surprise -they saw a small piece, of native , gold glistening in the rock, and upon investigation they found the quartz tp be specked with gold. Residents of neighboring towns are very enthusiastic over the find, and ate locating claims all along the creek and bluff. The ore Is free milling, and some samples have bean sent to San Francisco for an assay.

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Government To Own AH Roads In Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

Government To Own AH Roads In Mexico. Austin/ Tex.—Judge Thomas W. Dodd of Mexico, vice-president and attorney of the Mexican division of the National Railroad of Mexico, said:“lt 1%/tho policy of the Mexican Government to own ail railroads in Mexico. It is only a ouestlon of time until all the roads in Mexico 'drill be owtoed by the Mexican Government. The Mexican’Central will be owned by the Government before many years.” ■/

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Nevada Mines Sold. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

Nevada Mines Sold. Fallon, Nev. —The property of the Eagle? Nest Company, including three of the mQp promising claims at Fair View, was purchased by William H, Dale, Ben D. Luce, John T. Hod son and B. W. Mead, all of Salt Lake City. > The price paid was <26,000.

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RICH IN ore; . m .Jc * & Y AUTHORITY STATES DISTRICT REEKS WITH GOLD "■ Eoou|h Wullb in Sight There to Moke Millionaires of Thousands of Men Within in Few Months. .. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

RICH IN ore; . m .Jc * & Y AUTHORITY STATES DISTRICT REEKS WITH GOLD "■ Eoou|h Wullb in Sight There to Moke Millionaires of Thousands of Men Within in Few Months. .. Los Angeles. "The excrement which prevailed over the United States when, gold was discovered in California in 1849 was &f little consequence compared with that which 'the richness of Death valley will, cause when told to the world,” said E,-Oscar Hart at the tankershlm. “I have been engaged in rnjnllig for many yeafp and have been all over the world, but;T,never saw such values before in my life. It is simplyJncredible and if anyone had told nie,iqrlrtt I now know to be true before I wpnt there, I would have laughed at’fthe man who told the story. '.W“The rush -to th§ Klondike gold fields, which drew from all over , the world, was not gre ,tcr than the |h'sh to Death valley wllLbe when the’richness of that country is made k flown. "There are enough rich claims ip, make 1000 millionaires within th...

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* , ■ CALIFORNIA ITEMS OF INTEREST’. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

* , ■ CALIFORNIA ITEMS OF INTEREST’. The highest and lowest places in the United States are in. Inyo county, California. " ’ v ' ’ On the farm a pound of poultry meat can be grown at less cost than a pound of beet A flower show/ Is to lie held at Colusa on the 24th and 25th of in conjunction with the Driving Park race course. Public Health and Sanitary Science will be made a special department pf' the next Summer session at the university of California, from June 25 to August 4, 1900, If sufficient applications are received before' April 1 to warrant the undertaking. ;■ , : Colusa and Glenn counties are making great efforts to secure the passage of a bill now pending before Congress' regarding the diversion of water from the Sacramento River by the Central Canal and Irrigation Company for irrigation purposes. ■„ Arizona rejoices in the action of the United States Senate in passing the Foraker and Burrows amendments to the Statehood Bill. Only a very small coterie, numbering perhaps ...

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'V- Territories Urge Statehood. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

'VTerritories Urge Statehood. Oklahoma City (Ok. T.) —Hundreds of telegrams were sent to President Roosevelt to Members of Congress and others in Official life at Washington, from commercial and other bodies in most every city and town of import--ance of Oklahoma and Indian Territory, urging them to work for immediate statehood for the twp Territories.

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Palma Is Elected. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

Palma Is Elected. Havana.—The Cuban presidential electors formally met and unanimously elected Thomas Estrada Palma president of the republic.

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CIXADUAITO T-4 W IINURotCMIS IS COMPLETED WORLD’S GREATEST RESERVOIR IS FILLING New York’s Water Supply Is to Be increased by 34,000,000,000 Gallons—Fourteen Years to Construct Dam. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

CIXADUAITO T\-4 W IINURotCMIS IS COMPLETED WORLD’S GREATEST RESERVOIR IS FILLING New York’s Water Supply Is to Be increased by 34,000,000,000 Gallons—Fourteen Years to Construct Dam. New York. —After fourteen years of steady work and at an expense of |7,- \ 700,000 the 'new Croton dam has , been completed. • Water is filling the enormous basin it makes of the once | beautiful valley and hillsides of the [ Croton River, and early next month Is expected to reach the level of the top of Ihe spillway. When it does so, 34,000,000,000 gallons of water will have been added to the supply for this city. a new wonder to the great engineering -feats’ of the world, the new Croton dam stands easily foremost of works of that kind. In Its colossal masonry, in height, length, thickness and the volume of water confined Jt has no rivals. It is larger than the three great dams of Europe combined. They are the Vyrny dam in England, the Furens In France and the Glleppe in Belgium. In Egypt the Assouan d...

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RUSHING RAILROAD TO ’ NEVADA’S GOLD CAMPS ”-r a . _ " k . i ROSS CLARK ENTHUSIASTIC OVER PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

RUSHING RAILROAD TO ’ NEVADA’S GOLD CAMPS ”-r a . _ " k . i ROSS CLARK ENTHUSIASTIC OVER PROSPECTS. ■Pronounces Rhyolite Most Marvelous. - Predicts Repetition of Comstock. Mass of "Machinery to Go in When Road is Completed. ."Rhyolite, Nev.—J. Ross Clark, president of the new Las Vegas & Tonopfth railroad, and party, Sunday night were the guests of the Rhyolite board of trade at a banquet given in {heir honor. Great enthusiasm was shown throughout the evening on the part Of both Mr. Clark and the Rhyolite people. ” In an Interview after the banquet,' Mr. Clark pronounced this the most marvejlous gold camp in the world and predicted a repetition in a short while of the old Comstock days. He said that his road is now less than fifty miles from Rhyolite and would be rtished through to this place as fast as men and money can do it. By tho middle of Miy the road is to reach Rhyolite. He already has in sight thousands of lons of machinery to be Shipped in as soon as the road i...

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FRANCIS NAMED Foil AUSTRIA. Roosevelt Appoints Consul to Succeed 5 Storer—Other Presidential Appointments. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

FRANCIS NAMED Foil AUSTRIA. Roosevelt Appoints Consul to Succeed 5 Storer—Other Presidential Appointments. Washington.—The name of Charles S. Francis of Troy, N, Y., former &Anibrican minister to Greece, was sent to the senate by the president as ambassador to Austria-Hungary, to succeed Bellamy Storer. Francis' father was- formerly ambassador to ■ ' ■ - ■ The president sent the following additional nominations to the senate: Indian inspector (irrigation engineer) Walter B. Hill, New Hampshire. Register of the land office at Redding, Cal., Clarence W. Lelninger. ■ Register of the lafid office at Carson City, Nev., Louis J. Cohn. Receivers of public moneys—Earl W. Tremont at Carson City, Nev. 1 ; Lloyd L. Carter at Redding, Cal.

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NO TRACE OF OUTLAWS Bondit Slayers of Hailed States Marshals in ‘ Indian Territory Still Eiedief Parsers. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

NO TRACE OF OUTLAWS Bondit Slayers of Hailed States Marshals in ‘ Indian Territory Still Eiedief Parsers. Vinita, I. T.—A courier who arrived’ helß from Marshal Darrow’s camp in the ' Spavinaw country says that uo trace of the Wicklltle Indian outlaws has been found. It is not believed that the outlaws will att mpt .to leave the Spavinaw country. It affords many places of • concealment and the Indians could remain hidden there for a long time. A heavy rain will make it more difficult for the posses to follow the trail.

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Coops. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

Coops. What is the best way of making coops for poultry. Do they have to be built as strong and expensive as in the East, where the winter is longer and colder? Coops need to be built light. Cgacks through which draughts flow arc productive of roup. Plenty of, ventilation, however, is necessary. Coops built on stilts wheraJba air circulates beneath the roost* Sire sanitary. They must be made strong enough to resist wind of course.

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