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SOCIAL EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. O. A. V. Rungrcn of Oak Grove avenue was hostess at a very pretty luncheon at her homo Wednesday when she had as tier guests, Mrs. John R. Black, Mrs. .1. Horn and Mrs. W. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Servis I’. Reed enter tallied with the first of a series of dinner parties at their homo on Mariposa avenue, Wednesday evening, having as guests Dr. and Mrs. George K. f’ox, Mr. and Mrs, Frederica Schrieber and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cowan. The regular meeting of the Women’s Twentieth Century club will be held next Thursday afternoon in the lecture room of the Congregational Church. Mrs. Torrence of Sierra Madre will give an address on Child Labor. The hostesses will be Mrs. G. R. Candee and Mrs. J. S. Pitman. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational Church was held in the lecture room of the church Thursday afternoon. It is possible that the meeting will bo held Vm Friday hereafter, and will be followed by the Woman's Bible class under the directi...
AVENUE CLUB TO MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
AVENUE CLUB TO MEET I"" HE Eagle Bock Avenue Improvement Association will hold their next regular meeting at the otlico of Phelps ami shannon on the evening of Wednesday, November !•. Among the more important affairs to bo rported on is the city mail delivery question. The disposing of tin cans and trash, and other topics of no less importance and a good attendance is anticipated.
A Statement at Deal Facts About I tartwell [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
A Statement at Deal Facts About I tartwell The firms whoso names appear below represent iiU per cent of ail the Funeral Directors in Los Angeles County. To the Voters of Los Angeles County: Certain misleading statements having appeared in some of the papers of the County during the recent Primary campaign which were calculated to prejudice the minds of voters against the candidacy of Calvin Hartwell, the Coroner of this county and now Republican nominee for election, and which were of such a nature as to create an impression in the minds of the voters that the oLjee of Coroner has not been conducted by Mr. Hartwell in a manner satisfactory to the public, and that the Undertakers of the County were especially dissatisfied ; Therefore, we, the undersigned undertakers in Los Angeles County, wish to bear testimony to the following facts: We have had to do with Mr. Hartwell in his official capacity on many occasions during the past three years and have always received eourtoouf and busin...
( .AViN W. Cl Mir, [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
( .AViN W. Cl Mir, I'lic candidacy of Gavin W. Craig lor judge of the Superior Court is attracting general attention. No other aspirant for that office can point to higher &lt;inelifications for so high a portion than can Mr. Craig. A specialist in the law of water rights and irrigation, he is intimately acquainted with those matters which arc of such vital importance to Southern California I [is success as a practising lawyer leaves no room for doubt as to his icgal learning and ability. As an educator Mr. Craig has also made his mark in this vicinity, as in all his years of practice, he has laugh; different branches of law in the C. S. C. I.aw School. A- further evidence of Mr. Craig’s study on Icmal subjects, it might be mentioned that he is an author of a legal text book which has met with great favor. Mr. Craig’s -&gt;ast two years’ experience as Court Commissioner, where he has had to pass on matters referred to him by the Superior Court, will also stand him in...
hub i man n intraomT Prompt Action of Officer Saves Destruction of Sign [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
hub i man n intraomT Prompt Action of Officer Saves Destruction of Sign A. dozen youths from tho Eastern portion of the valley and Eagle Rock avenue invaded Eagle Rock at an early hour Monday evening in the search of frolic and excitement. Surely they were given a full dose of the latter and were it not for peculiar circumstances a narrow thread of drama would have made the plot one of interest. The fun commenced when they startoil to tear down a mammoth sign, 20x 30 feet in size, tho property of the Edwards &amp; Wildey Co. Tho preliminary work toward downing the large structure had been about completed when Harry Bourne happened along. It didn’t take Mr. Bourne long to find out what was being done and he took measures to foil tho mischcvioui rascals in their attempt to destroy the property. He grabbed tho ring leader of the gang and a merry scuttle ensued. But there were too many of them and they made their escape leaping away into tho darkness leaving no trace. They were ...
SMS CIRCULATING LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
SMS CIRCULATING LIBRARY For the accommodation of thogo who enjoy reading excellent literature but do not pare to buy the late books, W. E. Hruce has started a circulating library. A deposit of $l.OO secures its privileges and a charge of 10 cents will be Hindi* for the use of a book for one week or less. An additional charge of one cent per day will bo made for keeping the book longer than a week. Should the customer wish to have his deposit refunded at any time he can have it by returning the book and paying all charges which may be due.
M. C SLOSS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
M. C SLOSS A decision which is of vast moment to labor, as it is always cited in this state and other states in like cases as a precedent, is his opinion upholding the constitutionality of the act limiting the lime of labor of underground miners and smeltennen to eight hours. Judge Sloss has also attained distinction by his broad-mind-ed, liberal interpretation of the Employers Liability Act, which has done more to secure the rights of the employed than any other decision ever rendered by the courts of this state. In all of the decisions of this eminent jurist, it will be noticed that he has always had regard for the spirit as well as the letter of the law, that he has always, so far as it has ibeen in his power, tried to carry out the wishes of the people as expressed by their representatives in the legislature. Prejudice and bias have had no place in his decisions. Law, justice, common sense and humanity have been his side guides in rendering them.
MRS. EDWARDS ENTERTAINS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
MRS. EDWARDS ENTERTAINS One of the most elaborate affaire over given in the valley was the reception at Croftland, the beautiful home of Mrs. Godfrey Edwards in Mayfair Park, Tuesday afternoon. The house had been transformed into a perfect bower of beauty nearly three hundred mammoth chrysanthemums being used in the decorative scheme. Receiving with Mrs. Edwards were Mrs. N. E. Cormaek of Chicago and Mrs. Edwards’ mother, Mrs. Mary L. Hickson. Mrs. Edwards wore a handsome gown of cream chiffon over pink silk and carried a bouquet of pink sweet peas with maiden hair ferns. Mrs. CormacK was beautifully costumed in gray satin and carried violets. Mrs. Hickson in a stunning gown of black slik carried a shower bouquet of violets and Cecil Bruner roses with maidenhair ferns. The unbonneted ladies were Mrs. Frederick Schneider, Mrs. F. Mead, Mrs. Herman Smith, Miss Genevieve Cormaek, Mrs. Win. K. Cowan, Mrs. Lewis F. Reed and Mrs. Green. During the afternoon a delightful musical program wa...
FACTS DISSIPATE ALL OPPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
FACTS DISSIPATE ALL OPPOSITION “There was some disposition in the Interior and Southern California to balk at first at the proposition to tax the State $5,000,000 for th«| benefit of the San Francisco fair,” says the Fresno Republican, “but that opposition is disappearing as the facts are better understood. Simply as a business proposition, the fair will benefit all California and every industry and locality in it. It will cause the ex penditure within the State of at least $50,000,000, out of which directly or indirectly, each taxpayer is pretty certain to get back at least his share of the $5,000,000 State tax. San Fran cisco will of course receive the major portion of the money. The total amount to be raised for the fair is $17,500,000, of which San Francisco is to furnish $12,500,000, and 22 per cent of the remaining $5,000,000, or $1,150,000. San Francisco will thus pay in all, $13,615,000, while the rest of the State will pay $3,885,000. San Francisco will pay nearly four doll...
CAN WELL AFFORD TAX Exposition Would Briny Millions of Dollars to Southern California. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
CAN WELL AFFORD TAX Exposition Would Briny Millions of Dollars to Southern California. The Pasadena News endorses the proposition to tax the State for 000,000 in aid of the Panama Exposition in the following editorial: “The San Francisco Panama Exposition is to be financed partly by a private subscription of $7,500,000 from the people of San Francisco, supplemented by a bonding of the city of San Francisco for $5,000,000 more, and a State tax to be shouldered by the people of the entire State for an additional $5,000,000. “In November it will be up to the people of California to vote this $5, 000,000 as a basis for securing the necessary Federal aid to make the exposition a success. The News is of the opinion that the State cannot afford to withhold the appropriation. In the aggregate it is a largo sum. Ths burden to each individual taxpayer is comparatively small. If the government backs the project It is going to bring hundreds of thousands of visitors to this State, and these vis...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
Courteous Treatment Prompt Delivery J. B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY Fancy and Staple Groceries Don’t Forget Our Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone Orders to East 1148. Fer-Don Bldg. Colorado Street. The Los Angeles Examiner The One Live Wire Among the Newspapers of the Great Southwest Alert. *. Accurate. *. Aggressive. *. Delivered to your address every day, 75c a month. Our local agent, C. W. Hughes, will he pleased to take your order. Phone Sunset Cilcndnlc 3053. )9MteN«MN«MNI*MMMMtOMnNBN«HtNMNMt Come and see the Dahlias at the Eagle Pock Dahlia Gardens 600 varieties including the finest in the world. Now is the time to order roots for Spring planting. Patronize a home industry. ,). I. niXXMWLL Pioneer Dahlia Grower of the Pacific Coast. Awarded first prizes at the Seattle and Pasadena Fairs. Gardens on Rosemond Ave. near Hill Drive, two blocks north of terminus of the Eagle Rock Valley car-line. Postofficc address, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 232 A, Los Angeles, Calif. Phone East 2363. ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
Underwear Rompers Overalls Ginghams Muslins Flannels A. N. SWAN Dry Goods and Notions Strong and Durable Children’s Hose “Isis” Hosiery a Specialty. Men’s Underwear. Sunset Phone East 2857. Ribbons Laces Embroideries Buttons Braids Trimmings T f ♦ ♦ T T T T T 1 T 1 T ♦» f * 4^44^44^4 al Black Cat Brand Hosiery Rosenblatt S "Arrow" Collars Black Cat Hosiery Cost no more and will outwear all oth Black c.t Brand brands. Buy a Chicago-Kenosha , . . Hosiery company pair and try them. Kenosha, Win. ROSENBLATTS, GARVANZA DEP’T STORE. m Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULLI AND HERZOG At the end ol the Eagle Rock Avenue car line. Phone East 960. They will find Bargains For You J &lt; Blast and Back , VIA THE Southern Pacific A FEW MORE DATES DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS. PUEBLO Fare $55.00 Sales Dates, September 21, 22, 23. Return limits, October 31st. OMAHA, TOPEKA, KANSAS CITY Fare $60.00 Sale Dates, October 7 and 8. Return limit, October 31st. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS—TRANS-MISSIS...
The RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
The RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance By WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE Copyright. 1908, by Dodd. Mood ft Co. I CONTINUED.] After awhile a feeling or contempt for his failure gave way to a wave of pity. What right had she to judge him at all? What manner of woman was she that she should set herself up to determine whether his lesson was deservedly bitter or not and what should be his punishment? “Money «o got will never do him any good,” Miriam had said after the scene In the courtroom, and how true her words had proved! And then In turn her feeling of compassion was succeeded by one of gladness. She was not a little surprised to fii d herself fervently wishing that Broderick had robbed him of every dollar, but later on her cheeks burned furiously when an honest Introspection disclosed to her the real motive of this desire. For, after all, what If Murgatroyd would come to her and say; “I have sinned, and I have lost. Be merciful to me, a miserable sinner.” What If some day he should come to her...
CALIFORNIA AHEAD OF LOUISIANA [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
CALIFORNIA AHEAD OF LOUISIANA "With no desire to lay bare a rival’s hard circumstances, but to ascertain definitely the relative and comparative ability of California and Louisiana, and of San Francisco and New Orleans to finance and handle a world’s fair, the California exposition committee has been looking into the banking figures of the two States and two cities,” says the San Francisco Call. “The showing is tremendously against Louisiana and New Orleans. "Herewith are some items that ought to tell heavily ns financial arguments for San Francisco. They are taken from the report of the National Monetary Commission and relate almost wholly to conditions on April 28, 1900. 'mat they are exact and authentic there can be no question. “The results of the comparison are striking. For example, with comparatively equal populations, California has four dollars of banking resources to Louisiana’s one. The savings deposits of the States are 13 to X in California's favor, ranking California f...
FAVORS SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
FAVORS SAN FRANCISCO. The Times of Haley, Idaho, prints a strong editorial in favor of San Francisco as the exposition city. It calls attention to the lack of hotel accommodations and that city’s deadly summer climate, and concludes; “Residents of points west of the Missouri river will, of course, prefer San Francisco for many reasons; but selfishness aside it must be admitted that a fair at the Golden Gate will attract many more visitors, will be much more successful, will prove of much greater benefit to the country and to the world, than would one at pestilential New Orleans."
FARMERS STRONG FOR EXPOSITION TAX [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
FARMERS STRONG FOR EXPOSITION TAX The fanners of California are enthusiastic supporters of the proposed Panama-Pacific Exposition to bo held In San Francisco in 1915 and they are practically unanimous in favor of the proposition to tax the State and bond San Francisco to add 110,000.000 to the Exposition fund. The California State Orange, at its meeting in Napa on October 6th, adopted the following resolutions; Whereas, There has been submitted to the people of the State of California two proposals for amendment to the Constitution of the State; and Whereas, These measures, if approved, will enable the people of San Francisco to raise by taxation $5,000,000 for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, and will provide for a State tax adding another $5,000,000 to the Exposition fund; and Whereas, We, as farmers and producers, realize the vital necessity of supporting and encouraging the efforts of the men who are bending every energy to the successful consummation of the plan to ...
SECTIONAL SPIRIT ELIMINATED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
SECTIONAL SPIRIT ELIMINATED It is the elimination of sectional spirit and the getting together for the whole State that makes the prospect so bright for the Panama-Pacific Exposition. This feeling was pictured most beautifully in tin* conference of the editors of Southern t'-'ifornia. They •A came to be informed w m the proposition that is now before the voters of the State, the voting of $‘1,000,000 Slate bonds for the purpose of aiding the big fair. W hen the subject had been presented, pro and con, there was not a dissecting voice. All agreed that the whole Stale will be benefited if the exposition can be made truly great, and that is to get behind it with all possible force; which means with » united front. —Santa Barbara Press. The exposition in honor of the completion of tlie Panama canal will cause an immediate investment of fifty million dollars in this State. Money disbursed tor labor and materials will directly benefit the farmers and artisans of California, Senate Constit...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
Oiliee. 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of vhe Eagle Bock Avenue ear line Phone East 2217 SIDNEY DELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Glendale, Cal. Expert in Real Estate Titles Office practice chiefly. Also Probate cases. Will accept special and important litigation. W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery Wo repair anything’ and everything. Bicycles ami motorcycles a specialty. 0037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East 880. Home 39314. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Bock Sunset Glendale 1613 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Book twice a week Best Work E. H. Howard, Mgr. Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 107 S. Ave. ,4, Garvanza Home 39077 East 125 Sunset Glendale 2243 Home 944 Thompson Plumbing Co. W. O. Thompson Repair Wor...