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POLICE AND FIRE PROTECTION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
POLICE AND FIRE PROTECTION Editor Sentinel:—During the time that tin subject of "Incorporation" has been -o debated in Eagle Rock, little has been said of the benefits that might be derived from police and lire protection. . I he past years, it is true, we have had tew cases ot thieving and most of these have been committed by the amateur bail-man. With the increase in population, and the many splendid homes that have been erected in our valley, thieving would seem more worth while to the experienced robber. Would not the fact that we had an officer vested with the power to make [arrests; to give assistance in what [ ever manner needed, be a benefit to the resident, and a disadvantage to the trespasser? Such a man would be our city marshal. In the matter of lire protection no doubt many people have hesitated [about locating here on account of the lack of it. For my own satisfaction I have investigated this matter, and find that a chemical outfit might be, [obtained at a small expens...
POINTS FOR THE TRUSTEES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
POINTS FOR THE TRUSTEES 1. Cut i'lit the 75 cent service rat. |o r the Water Company and give ns : I minimum rate per month with equiv all nt annunit ■if water for it. 2 We want better telephone -rr Alee—fewer parties on the line and lower rates. 5. Establish lire hydrants and or ganize a local department for hoin ■ii ■ 'lection. 4. I)■ 'n’t \ -u think then should s. me sort of iii-p a-tion for plnmbin , ci-spooE and electric wiring? 5. Make ih. -mil n siibnl - a keep the parkway- clean in front ■ ’i; property- " 1 there will be in". , incentive for tin rest of us : . d ■ 1; b ■ wise. I’m a muzzle 'in the pumpiti; plants s, , we cin - leep at night. 7. Compel tin water companies ' '■lean i nit tin- "■ - r\ • dia as . fieli a [tin- public hea Ith demands. S. St, .p i h side linn: ■ - iron coining into back cards and sbo. .ling In de- 1 ■ ai l ' sere, n p 'relies 9, Compel e\ ■■■ y resident of ' h \ a.Hey P i dep. - hi~ nn -in v in th ' Eagle Rod boor . If he hasn't an' none \ in in p...
THE BUILDER VERSUS THE HOME OWNER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
THE BUILDER VERSUS THE HOME OWNER I'.clmv arc enumerated a few of the reasons whv ■ • 11 ■ ■ ngag il in the 1 mi~i t mess of building houses for sale wotihl naturally he opposed to incorporation. t Tlti' same re.i-oii- are al-o verv po | tent ones why every home owner, every re.-idetit ami very lot owner who . has the welfa- - the Willey at hi irt j should he strongly in favor of ineor- ) poration and heml every effort to at- , tain that end I nder our present eonditions. there is :ihs. dutelv no supervision of hireling's. \ man hnild ill;' a house for - le lies only ' IK 'lid in view, "Profit," The cheaper lie house is built, the greater the profit. . Without iuerirp 1 ition and its eons’ - qnent supervisi m of buildings, 2xd t Studding can he used at a e inside” ■ able saving in- u] of _\4. m.w ,1 r 1 mntuled hv th ity ■ !. s \ngeh s and the lire stops, which should be ’ placed between the studs at great labor and expense, are usually eliminated altogether. A thin line of concrete...
BOGIES No. I—Five Cent Fare [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
BOGIES No. I—Five Cent Fare When good arguments are scarce tlic man who is lighting a ]&gt;. &gt;j&gt;nlar movement is wont to make a great ilea! of some very unprolialilv ami imaginary comlitioii. just mm the argument is being urged especially to; those who are not prepared to coin bat it that Occidental College will at ter a c mile have a live cent fare good only to ihe Kagle Koek city limits and that another fare will be collected as soon as the ear enters the new city. Xo one pretends to know that this is true. There is probabl) no one that really believes it. The Kailwav Company has never even intimated that it had any such intention. It is wholly unreasonable and improbable. If the company has any such inlen lion, it will lie tar le-s likely to carry it out if it has an incorporated city to reason with instead of an nnorgan ized country population. The com pany will not lose sight ot the fact that it may at some lime uanl some favor from the growing cit...
SOME QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
SOME QUESTIONS Why iln tin' 1 1wiifrs ni' stock in tin' I;i&gt;4 1 f Rock Water Coinpam oppose incorporation? Is it possible that they see in incorporation a clanger to tluir pel scheme of set elite live cents per month extra? Do you enjoy seeing our beautiful valley ildaceil with enormous signs that shout out to all who pass how cheap our properl) is- This might be regulateil it the real estate dealer cea -ed to Mile. You who live on the "Western liench." Aren't you tired of wading across Valley Drive and hoping the real estate promoter will keep inpromise to improve its condition? Keller try Incorporation. Things couldn't be worse. I lave you ever sloped to consider the possibilities of lire? If your house or your neighbor's house should gel on lire you would be praelically helpless —depending on the use of your garden hose. Magic Rock is too large and its property valuations are too important to be without lire protection and the first thing the Hoard of Trustees should d...
EORWARD OR BACKWARD? [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
EORWARD OR BACKWARD? r 11it• &gt;r Sentincl: Let's illo4lri&gt;i &gt;r:i te. Instead ill letting the question of incorporation become a vehicle for potty bickerings and acrimonious personalities. li t'- discuss it ili.-pasion alely and deeiilc it nil i Is merits. Lot tile people whose \ tiles relldor the of lieial verdict lie inllneiiced by no ■ 'liter inutile tiian the good i ild \m crican principle, "The most good for the must penple.” and then eliminate personal and factional difforoncos. Progress is the result of united ami not "f individual effort. Since the be ginning .if our n:i li.• na 1 existenci Ihn.ugh the cmifotleralion a the tiiir teen original colonies the wisdom &gt;: unity and co operation has been man ifest. The history of evert comtnnn ity in this or any other eonntrv -hoio ' that cohesive ore i;ii/a :e n i - e--en tial to progress. A step in the opposite direction is retrogressive and is a step I nv.r I civic degellei icy An nnorgan...
In Social Circles [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
In Social Circles By Florence Elizabeth Hare Miss Mary Swan is greatly improved in health and is expected to be able to be about soon. Mr. and Mrs. Hines of Santa Cruz j were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Alfred , 1 \V. Hare during the week. E. E. Ringetnan, a former resident | of Eagle Rock, where he had extensive property interests, died at his home in Eos Angeles last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Waters of South Dakota are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noting of "The Crags." ' Especially unique in all its features was the "Dutch Supper" given hy Miss I'.rna Herzog at her home on Oak Grove avenue last Thursday night. Mrs. K. A. Peterson of Glendale was hostess at a very delightful affair at the Glendale Country Club Monday afternoon, when Mrs. Charles Young in character readings and the Hare Sisters Quartette, assisted by Mrs \ W. Hare of Eagle Rock at the piano, contributed to the program. The dance given under the auspices of the Friday Evening Club in Symphony Hall Friday night was ...
Glassell Park Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
Glassell Park Notes By Mrs. Theodore Watterson Mrs. Robert 1.. Coates lias been sick the past week with an attack of la grippe. Robert A. Foster is building a prettv live-room bungalow on I ortliorwald avenue. Mrs. W. M. Adlaml of llenstock avenue has as her guest this week Mrs. Dr. Sarali Morris of Santa M onica. The Parent-Teachers' Association of Glassell and Washington Park will meet at the school house on the afternoon of March 10. Mrs. \V. Turley Talbert will have as her guest Mrs. John Patterson of Ksterra avenue at the piano and vocal recital of Miss Lillian Adams and Mis- Mary Lee Grand Reed at the Gamut Auditorium. HEART PARTY Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson, of Kstarra avenue entertained a number of the Glassell Park friends St. Val entine’s day, with a delightful heart party. The house was tastefully decorated with red and white hearts, and festoons of cupids. The place cards were heart-shaped valentines with mottoes appropriate for tc occasion. After an enjoyable evening at...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 February 1911
Water Heaters: Reliable, $16.00; Garland, No. 7, $l4; Garland, No. 10 $16.00. Waterbacks $4.50 connected. DOUILLARD &amp; DOELLE STOVE REPAIRING. RELIABLE PLUMBING STEAM. GAS AND WATER FITTING 1807 North Main Street Phenes: East 1370 Los Angeles, Cal. ' F 5089 ::: Eagle Dale ::: Half in Glendale and half in Eagle Rock, lying on the boulevard from Pasadena to the sea. “The Place to Live.” Grow anything; now have 200 varieties of fruit. Cool mountain water. Climate and soil just right. Electric lights and telephone. Fine large lots. Houses built to suit. SEND FOR PLAT Robert Henry Brown Phone East 119 Eagle Rock Bank Los Angeles, Cal. Swan’s Dry Goods Store New line of Dress Ginghams, Children’s Rompers, Hosiery, Underwear Embroidery and Laces :::::: Colorado and Castle. Phone East 2857 An Invitation Is extended to all come and visit our store and inspect the complete line of fancy and staple groceries and fresh fruits and vegetables. service together with courteous treatment ...
MUSICAL TREAT ENJOYED BY SOCIETY FOLK Mrr.e. Amet and Others Heard at Glendale Opera Hcuse [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
MUSICAL TREAT ENJOYED BY SOCIETY FOLK Mrr.e. Amet and Others Heard at Glendale Opera Hcuse Ilefore :i large and appreciative audience Mine. Hertha Ame gave a creditable musical recital at Filger's opera house in Glendale Wednesday evening. Accompanying Mine. A met were Herr Henry Sclioenfeld, a noted pianist and composer, Miss Margaret ( )bera M iller, a charming reader, and l rare ability. Mini'. Ainet has won tin admiration ol mn.-ie lovers throughout tlu- country tlir&lt;utyjli her ■ a arming personality and sympathetic \ lice. The treat was a rare one ior the lover- of music in tlti- vicin■;y anil hope- are enterlaiiud that t!'ey will he privileged to hear these excellent entertainers again in the rear future. M-- 111 a (ini'. -it. a voting violini
DANCE IN SYMPHONY HALL FRIDAY NIGHT Fourth Big Attraction of Popular Friday Evening Club. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
DANCE IN SYMPHONY HALL FRIDAY NIGHT Fourth Big Attraction of Popular Friday Evening Club. Don't forget the dance to he given tinder the allspices of the Friday evening Clnh in Symphony Mall, Friday right. I'he von Grofe orchestra will again play and the attendance i- .as-nred ■ f being favored with some rare musical specialties during the intermiB- - m. The hall has been greatly im pr 'Ved since the previous occasion and new lighting fixtures have heen in-tailed. A piano arrived today to taki the place of the old one and it i- the theory of the writer that it i--nperior to the old one.
APPROPRIATE CELEBRATION ON ARBOR DAY Regular Meeting cf Parent-Teachers Next Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
APPROPRIATE CELEBRATION ON ARBOR DAY Regular Meeting cf Parent-Teachers Next Tuesday Arbor Day conics on the 7th of March, next Tne-ilay. which is also tile regular day for the Parent-Teach-ers' meeting. It will be celebrated in an appropriate manner with a short program by the pupils after which there will be a liberal planting of trees and shrubbery. There will be purchased from a fund raised among the member- of the association who will contribute 10 cents each and also a small contribution from the school. \ll who are interested in seeing the Eagle Hock school grounds beautified are cordially invited to attend next Tuesday afternoon. The program will begin at 2:30 p. m.
Vivos Voco— Mortuos Plango wt Schiller, “Die Glocke" [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Vivos Voco— Mortuos Plango wt Schiller, “Die Glocke" IT was a grave moment last Saturday night when the result of voting on the question of incorporating Kagle Rock as a sixth-class city was proclaimed by the election officers. Thirty minutes' work—hut the minutes seemed to be hours—and the counting of the lib ballots cast by the voters during the day, was performed by the faithful election board, grouped around a table in the FerI ton store building on Colorado street. lint equally interested in the important totals, pro and contra. were the boosters for incorporation. With pricked ears and -harp pencils, they sat and did their own little adding and balancing. and when the last slip was taken from the urn, 11. C. Galloupe sprang up and exclaimed. "Incorporation Has Carried," and his joyful statement was officially substantiated by the judges whose figures showed that 72 votes were east in favor of the project. 57 op- • !, while the remaining 2 were invalid. So there was a preponder...
SCHOLL CANYON TRACT BRINGS ABOUT $lOO,OOO Deal is Made Through Agency of Edwards & Wildey Co. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
SCHOLL CANYON TRACT BRINGS ABOUT $lOO,OOO Deal is Made Through Agency of Edwards &amp; Wildey Co. A tract of 1100 acres immediately north of this city has heen purchased hy J. I*. Gardiner from Dr. John T. Scholl. The price paid ha- not heen made public, hut i- -aid to he in the neighborhood of $lOO,OOO. This property, known a.- Scholl canyon. ha- been owned hy Dr. Scholl for 30 years. About 260 acres of the tract are level, and the remainder eon--i-ts of hillside land., covered with heavy growths of live oaks. There are several streams of water on the property, and more will he developed. The we.-lern boundary of the tract is in half a mile of the city limits of Glendale, and the Pasadena limits are : n a fourth of a mile of the eastern boundary. The Edward- iA Wildey Co. represented the purchaser.
LABOR'S INCONSISTENCIES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
LABOR'S INCONSISTENCIES Organized labor has brought .about many hetuTicent reforms for the workingman hut has also undertaken some unreasonable propositions and lias endeavored t a enforce many arbitrary demands which have brought discredit upon unionism. The most unreasonable, arbitrary and at the same time unique and amusing altitude ever taken by unions began in Chicago on Thursday last. It began in a dispute and ended in a strike Hanging a theater door caused the whole difficulty. Carpenters, heretofore have hung theater doors just as they would other doors as part of their trade duty. The theater doors in this particular instance were, like many in the fireproof buildings in Los Angeles, covered with sheet metal. The metal workers declared that carpenters had no right to hang such doors a- it belonged to the sheet metal workers’ prerogative. To patch tin the difficulty the con tractor offered to pay the metal workers their full time—6(l cents an hour—to look on and smile while ...
UNAMINITY OF BOOSTING IS AUGURY OF SUCCESS Affairs of Great Exposition New In Booming Stage. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
UNAMINITY OF BOOSTING IS AUGURY OF SUCCESS Affairs of Great Exposition New In Booming Stage. \fi;iir~ of the I’acilic I.ami and Products Exposition which will he held in I.ii- Migcles, March IS \pril now arc in a booming -tage. It is assured that there will he an excellent representation of Southern California products. The active land men and community builders of every country in the south are interested in the exposition and are husy arranging for display-. The unannuity with which the-e Southern Californian- are boosting the enterprise which means -o innch for the Pacific Co, a-t, is an augury of the success that will at tend it. The half freight rate for exhibitors from all point- we-l of the Rocky mountains, and the special colonist rate from Missouri River points, are a great aid to the I.and Show and will result in the greatc-t influx of visitors Southern California has ever known. The railroad- ;d-o have granted a one and one-third rate from all point- in California, Utah. ...