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NEW PETITION FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT Old Petiticn Can’t Be Used on Account of Nithsdale’s Withdrawal [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
NEW PETITION FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT Old Petiticn Can’t Be Used on Account of Nithsdale’s Withdrawal Owing to the withdrawal of the N’ithsdale district from the Annandale school district the old petition for annexation to the city for school purposes could not be used, therefore a new petition is being circulated among citizens in the Annandale section. The residents all realize the great benefit their children will reap by the chant,:' and arc anxious to come under the city's school regime. For some time past it has been known ■that the sanitary condition of these schools is not up f o the standard and it is hoped that as soon as the city takes charge of the buildings these conditions will be bettered. Another evil that should be remedied at once i- the public drinking cup. Sanitary fountains could be ere. ted at these school houses at very little cost in comparison to the great good they would do. No doubt the -cjmol board will take steps along lb;- line of improvement in the near fut...
BUSINESS PROPERTY CHANGES OWNERSHIP Symphony Haly Building Sold by James Gates Ito Samuel Page [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
BUSINESS PROPERTY CHANGES OWNERSHIP Symphony Haly Building Sold by James Gates Ito Samuel Page One of the n ost important realty transactions ma le during the month of January was the sale of the Sym phony Hall building, in which is located the Swan dry goods store and the “Sentinel” office. The new owner is Samuel Page, who purchased the building of James Gates for an investment. Although both parties would not static the consideration when interviewed, it is believed that the place was sold for approximately $35(10. The building contains three store rooms and a la-ge hall, where most of the social events are held. The lot has a frontage of 65 feet on Colorado street and is 115 feet deep, being one of the most chiiice locations in the valley. An acelylene gas plant furnishes power fojr lighting up the entire building. The new owt|ter proposes to improve the building also the surroundings. City gas id to be installed and the building will |be repainted.
SUPERVISORS TO TAKE ACTION NEXT TUESDAY Petition for Incorporation Before Board at Last Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
SUPERVISORS TO TAKE ACTION NEXT TUESDAY Petition for Incorporation Before Board at Last Meeting Definite action on the matter of the incorporation of Eagle Rack will be taken by the Board of County Supervisors at their next regular meeting. which will he held next Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. The revised petition appeared before the board at their meeting last Monday. The new petition places the imputation of the proposed city at 1200. The original petition filed some weeks ago was held faulty on ac count of the omission of the population figure. Great efforts are being made to have the election called in time to have the tax levy made this spring for the new city and delays are trying to be avoided
ANOTHER DANCE FRIDAY EVE Second Attraction of Recently Organized Friday Evening Club [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
ANOTHER DANCE FRIDAY EVE Second Attraction of Recently Organized Friday Evening Club The second big-hit dance of the Friday livening Club, which is to be held in the Symphony Hall Friday night, promises to be even a greater success than the last one, two weeks ago. The famous von Grofe orchestra, whose charming music delighted the participants at the previous occasion, has again been engaged for this event and high class musical specialties during the intermission are to be rendered. Mr. Thadius Bacon, better known as "Teddy,” is to do some almost unimaginable tricks on his violin. The performer, who was formerly a member of the Orpheutn circuit, reputed nationally as the "Hoy Wonder"—and it wasn’t long ago, eitheir, far "Teddy” is yet a young man in his ’teens— will imitate music of the church organ, Chinese laundry, Hungarian bag-pipe, German band accompanied by second fiddle and trombone sneeze. Adolph Wiedoeft will again appear with his trap drums and his musk eclipses any other...
CHARMING MUSICALE FOR CLUB MEMBERS Members of Twentieth Century Club Given Great Treat [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
CHARMING MUSICALE FOR CLUB MEMBERS Members of Twentieth Century Club Given Great Treat Thursday afternoon a large audience composed of members and friends of the Twentieth Century Club listened to a charming musical program—an afternoon of local composers under the direction of Madame Elsa von Grofe Menasco. The lecture room of the Congregational Church where the musical was held was decorated with white marquerites and huge yellow chrysanthemums. The first number on the program was a beautifully rendered piano solo by Ferdinand von Grofe, who played Rudolph Frim’s Egyptian dance. Frederick Stevenson's "Longing” was exquisitely interpreted by Mail,line Menasco on the 'cello with piano accompaniment by Mr. von Grofe. "Slumber Sea Chanteys” by Carrie Stone Freeman were prettily sung by Miss Willie Smyser, who also sang "The Hlue-bird” and “The Purple I rio,” by Laura Zerbi, and an Easter time p.-alm, with 'cello obligato. Mr. Julius Bierlich, whose reputation .is a concert violinist i...
STEAL TREES FROM AVENUE PARKWAYS Improvement Association Offer* Reward for Capture of Guilty Party [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
STEAL TREES FROM AVENUE PARKWAYS Improvement Association Offer* Reward for Capture of Guilty Party A number of the magnolia trees which were recently planted by the Eagle Rock Improvement Association in the parkways along Eagle Rock avenue have been removed. The organization intends to protect this property and is taking steps to capture the per-on guilty of the theft and bring him to justice. "N T o effort will be spared in locating the party guilty of this malicious act and if we succeed we shall unhesitatingly have him prosecuted to the full extent of the law,” said an officer of the association to the ‘•Sentinel” yesterday morning. Signs have been posted along the entire avenue to the effect that a reward of $5.00 will be paid to any person furnishing evidence for the arrest and conviction of any person found guilty of destroying trees or any other private property in this vicinity.
EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES By all means let us have a university in Southern California. If your business is not worth advertising, advertise it for sale. Lack of playgrounds is the chief cause for delinquency and crime. Honesty is not one of the growing resources of our country. It appears to be waning. With the price of dogs at $25 in the Alaska country, one can safely eat sausages. It is probable that an effort will be made in the next congress to add a half cent to the country’s coinage. The Pasadena News is to have a new two-story office building erected soon. The cost will be approximately $30,i500. California will be well represented on the Eastern tennis courts during the championship matches next summer. A few selfish, over-suspicious, faultfinding men can cause more trouble in a community than a cow in an art gallery, and the higher the character of such men for honesty, the more trouble they can cause.—Huntington Beach News. Perhaps it never occurred to you that the local newspaper ...
DISGRACING EMBLEMS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
DISGRACING EMBLEMS One of the greatest indignities that could possibly be placed upon the colleges and universities of the United States may be witnessed on South Spring between Second and Third streets. It is a disgrace to the city and a reproach to every college man who countenances it. There is a saloon, attractive and alluring so far as fixtures and furnishings go, which has evidently planned to lure college men. It has handsome plate glass mirrors, a fine display of bar crystal, mahogany finished woodwork, artistic frescomgs, and tiled floor. Bocths in the rear with leathered seats are other attractions to those who frequent such resorts. But the decorations! They should bring the blush of shame to every college-bred man! These are none other than pennants, emblems, colors and other devices representing practically every college and university in the United States. In this vast collection of emblems representing all that is exalted in America’s educational system are conspicuou...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
Business and Professional Cards Ufliee, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of the Eagle Bock Avenue car line Phone East 2217 DR. MYRTLE PHINNEY DR. CARLE H. PHINNEY Osteopathic Physicians Photic Fairmount Ave. East 2433 near Colorado. Sunset Glendale 1613 Home l 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Bock ttrice a week Best Work E. H. Howard, Mgr. Plans Estimates HENRY A. SCHROEDEfc CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEIR Residence Glendale Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ays^_Eagls_Bock Estimates Furnished HENRY NASH CARiPENTER &amp; BUILDER Additions —Alterations—Repairs Mail Address. R. F. D. No. 1, Box 66 A Los Angeles. W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Par...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
Sunset GUadklS Mil Hone 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors. 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier lutgl? Slack IBank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. REAL E S T A T E You Furnish the Bargains I will Furnish the Customers 1 Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Geo. Diddock, Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Eagle Rock Valley. Phone East 2225 Phones: Bast 11 I Home 39272 I Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. Highland Park Red or Yellow Qarvanza Car to Avenue 61. :: Mount Helena Tract:: Large residence lots from $375 and up. You pay NO INTEREST and NO TAXES. Of course, the best of ...