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RECIPROCITY DAY AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH All-Day Reciprocity Session of Women's Twentieth Century Club. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
RECIPROCITY DAY AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH All-Day Reciprocity Session of Women's Twentieth Century Club. Repre-dilative- from thirty wo | nu'ii - clubs in Los Angeles county enjoyed the hospitality of tin- Women's Twentieth Century Club at an all day reciprocity session Thursday at the Cony relational church. In keeping with Washington's birthday, the auditorium was exquisitely decorated. The rostrum, upon which many of the speakers were seated, was almost a solid hank of fern- and potted plants, with the large- jardiniers of darning poinsettias. Cheat branches of almond blossoms added fragrance and beauty to the scene. \ magnificent big silk American | dag. loaned for the occasion by C.apt. Auckeiibracken, was gracefully arranged above the organ. The session opened with the singing of America, after which the president, Mrs. \V. K. Cowan, made an address of welcome. I he rest &lt;&gt;l the morning was devoted to live minute talks by the representatives of the differe...
EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES The "’rimes," it i- said, lost over 6,(T0 subscribers in one day last nn &gt;nth. The Hollywood Sentinel i- dead. There was not room for two papers in that town of 60110 people and one had ti turn up its toes. The Sentinel being the nearest to the grave was chosen as the corpse.—Artesia New-. The Tropico Sentinel i- the name of the latest addition to the large new-naper family of Los Angeles comity. Brother Melrose is the publisher and a community a- prosperous and enterprising as that town should afford to give the able editor all the support he deserve-. If \ oil vi-it I.os Angeles be a wee bit careful where you -pit. otherwise volt may be called upon to separate vottrself from your small change. A new ordinance that goes into effect today prohibits anyone from spitting on the sidewalk, floor or walls of any public building or in a street car, and f ,r ea.dt offense the -pitter will be lined twenty-live cents, I: is to be hoped that the law will have the in...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Business and Professional Cards Oflice, 210.'! Central. Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of ihe Eagle Bock Avenue car line Phone Hast 2217 DR. MYRTLE PHINNEY DR. CARLE H. PHINNEY Osteopathic Physicians Phone Fainnonnt Ave. East 2433 near Colorado. Sunset Glendale 1013 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Bock twice a week Best Work E. H. Howard. Mgr. Plans Estimates HENRY A. SCHROEDER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Residence Glendale Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods—Low Prices Svcamore and Avoca Ave. Kagle Rock Estimates Furnished HENRY NASH CARPENTER &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 Park Ea...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR RENT S n &gt;om furnished house corner Central and Palm avenues, reasonable. Apply Mrs. Rhodes, Palm avenue. Phone East 3026. FOR SALE —Rhode Island Red eggs for hatching, from thoroughbred Villa. We-l Sycamore avenue, la bou-e. FOR SALE— Thoroughbred young white W’yandoite roo-ter-: al-o Rhode Island Red liens. Will exchange for llutT Orpington lien-. 2i'S park avenue. East 476. Daddy’s Bedtime Some Funny kJLUi y Questions a "Because You Are the King” ••• ONG, long ago,” said daddy one evening, “there was a bridge and a I keeper who guarded the bridge. The king had given this man, who was an old soldier, the right to charge every one a penny to go across the bridge. But the old soldier was a merry old soul, and he posted up at the entrance to the bridge a sign which said; •“Notice.—l do not need the money as much ns 1 used to, so any one who wishes to cross the bridge without paying a penny may do so If he can ask me a question which I cannot answer.' “...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT Robert Henry Brown, Pres, P. F. Schumacher, Vicc-Pres. Robert Henry Brown. Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier P. F. Schumacher, Vice Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier Eagle Rock Bank 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. S 3 ——ALL FOR SOc PER MONTH= Leading High Class Woman's Nagiiiic in America WOMAN’S HOME COMPANION IN COMBINATION WITH THE World’s Largest Newspaper LOS ANGELES TIMES An “afl-the-month" continuous supply of all the news. Everything everybody wants to know about everything. Facts, figures, fun, fashion know the news before it becomes history. SOc per month, including the richly printed, f...
In Social Circles [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
In Social Circles Department Feature Page By Florence Elizabeth Hare Mr. draham of New York was a gue-t of Mr. F. P. Richard-an of Satsunia Park recently. Mr-. I). V Murphy of Roise City, Idaho, and Mi-- Cowry of Denver, were gue-t- during the week at I he Crags." Mi-- Aniiice Riddell of ho- Angeles -ang a -oprano solo at the m irning -ervice of the Congregational church la-1 Sunday. Mr. and Mr-. J. C. Waters of South Dakota, and Mr. Charle- Young attended the Dakota picnic at Fong Reach la-l Saturday. The Fo- Angeles (las company is laying it- pipe- up Ridgeway avenue, much to the joy of tin- residents in that vicinity Mr-, (late- wa- ho-tess a: a luncheon and meeting of the Advance Thought cla-- at her home on Ca-lle a\ emit- la-; Friday. Mr-, W, F. WVrdin "ill be ho-te-s at a meeting ot the l.adie.-* Society ol the Congregational church, at her home on Acacia -tree! this afternoon. Mrs. 1 1 i-eph W , Walker of Myrtle avenue entertained at luncheon Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I)....
Public Rostrum [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Public Rostrum Fetters to the public will be gladly printed under tins heading but the 'Sentinel" disclaims any responsibility for views expressed herein. Personalities and lengthy articles will be elliminatcd.—(.Editor. Editor Sentinel —l wish to i ice jmy approval o: tig -euiiment- ex | pre-sed in your editorial of two weekago in regard : . the Mexican in-itr-j n-ctiou. I believe that war i- what lien. Sherman -aid it wa-. but -ontetime- a state oi allair- may exi-l that i- worse than war. and -itch is the condition in Mexico under the Diaz despotism. I have lived for a while in Mexico, haw associated with the Mexican pea pie. and I know that if ever a people were justified in rebelling again-t an unjust and de-potic government the people of that unfortunate country are. I desire to call the attention of the reach r- of the Sentinel to the lop- ,' d j manner in which the United Stalegovernment i- enforcing the neutrality laws. Order- have given that no food must be allowed to be t...
Exposition of Products [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Exposition of Products I'lie I’aeihc I.and and I’nidnets l'\ I&gt;&lt;&gt;siliim. designed In show in colon ists. tourists and the world the won derail extent and value nf the lands in the We-t. will open in this city March IS. In scope the exposition i will range from .Mask,a to .Mexico, including both, and from the Rockies to I the Pacific ocean. For more than two months the men who originated the plan have been working industriously. Railroads .and steamship companies have been interviewed with regard to special rales for visitors and on freights for ex hihits. and the h dders of large estates approached with a view to enlisting their support in exhibitions of the products of this part of the country. The exposition will be located in the Shriller.-' Auditorium.
Glassell Park Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Glassell Park Notes By Mrs. Theodore Watterson I Mr. and Mr-, Thi.-baud have par cha-ed an P, r i t n (il, --,iip. rk Mr- ( I (if. i-’i "f Mo,-.- ..\ ciiinj;- expecting a \ i-;t from her daugh-! i I thi- week, fr. mi Berkeley . Mrs. W arm i \. I R.ag of Tortii n | | W aid a . einn . entertained Mr- F ■ jca v telle Da vi- of II igblan.l P..- ~ Thlir-day a ft. i no. n. | Mr.-. R, S. Hell, and Mr- T. Marlin I ol Fo- Angele- were gue-1- of Mrs. John Patter-on Friday. j I lie •ila- - e 11 I ’ark I mpr. v enn ill asociation met Tue-day evening at the I home ..j Mr. and Mr- Warner \, i I oag on I oil horn ald avenue. M -- Sn- . W einlireiiner and M -- ( 1 lx ell.Fill elebr.-ili-d their birth d. y lin -day w ilii a parly .to w iiiell v -* 11 ' 'I d einldreii fr.mt W a-liing "''' -nni (iia-ell Park. The n w.i- i. ' .rated with -vveel pi-a-and urn-, pink and white being the M T -elienu- Ihe evening wa-de I liglttltiily -penI in playing games. (Jmte a -ho.-k wa- given to Mr. (i, hi. M e Mullen...
Annandale Items [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Annandale Items\ i ■■ t 11’: a;; ~ 1 Inngah '" ; n v - - I'. \\ (), \\ ill i.ima ii■ an ; \ lII' i ; 1 4_’,i K I ■:i I I.a I! \\ . i• Mi lieu ii ;,i--"I the ' 'alii ■ •• 11I1uiik.i1' i\\ i. . &gt;m[•.l :i \ - biiiiK.il '&gt;' - in I-Ic,k’.ii.i I .ano. \\ . \\ elder !i.h jinr ~i-ni •aI; I "rii :a I bmgal. ..\ c. .nip.my :i e IK at In&gt;iiK 1 located at \u111in• r 1 -tali Kt cilia I aim Ihe I-.a aie K ek \ venue I ill;: \ - iiuai: \'-&gt; h i.il: 'll held a mei tine n 1 Ik- li. niK' I '.nil'Ka - -t. ea \ i-i. ;I■&gt; i'' ell ill g . 1' ■iva v. iii'iilvrati.ni .&gt;i ,'fjl 5 : *, I 1, Walt, i- ha* pun'll,i-i'il ..f tin. t'alif.e--ii ia I .in ikal. • w company a 1..1. impr .\ cil with a li\ i- mom bungalow mi Ki--gina I.aui'. lxf~ill clll~ .11 thi' section am invit oil to attend till* 1 1 ain ■ o' given I&gt; \ the I' i 'lay IWening Chili in KagK R ■ k 1 lit next 'la:11't• wall In* In, Id at Svlll- - Mall, I■ ri11;i&gt; at...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Garvanza Bakery c*t C This ad and 5c will buy a 10c loaf of bread. Phone and the tram will oil 11. I'.a *t 2517. 11. M. I.f.ud. i•- p. 11)7 X, .\vo. 64 WHEN YOU WANT Pure, Clean Milk —CALL UP—MAC MULLIN S Eagle Rock Dairy unset Glendale 1544. Home 1074 P. O. Box 237, Glendale, Cal. Only sanitary dairy in valley inspected by Los Angeles Board of Health. References: Glendale Sanitarium.
BIG THINGS OF CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
BIG THINGS OF CALIFORNIA California is noted for big things. It has the "big tregs’ (Sequoias), big oranges, big vineyard-, big mountains, falls and the deepest canyons I in the world, the lowest valleys, and many other wonders not to be lonnd elsewhere. Los Angeles has more of these "big things ' than any other city on tile Pacific coast and some of tile biggest tilings in the world. In this issue of the Pornm a number of these "big things" are enumerated. The growth of Los Angeles is i based on things substantial, exceptional and things to be found nowhere else. Here are some of them: l.os Angeles has the most enjoyable climate on earth, day in and day out. It has the finest electric railway system in the world. It has the best system of electric street lighting on either side of the Atlantic or Pacific oceans. It has more business and residence j electric lights used per capita than any city in the world. I it has coming to it one of the finest and most ingenious metropolitan wat...
CATHOLICS INCREASE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
CATHOLICS INCREASE Snb-t antial increase in tli&lt;_■ Catholic population of Los \nneles diocese i- shown by the statistics just compiled for the Catholic directory tin der the direction of I’ishOp Thomas j. Conaty. The 'directory is published every year, and is the official handbook of the Catholic church throughout the country. The C.atholic population is estimated at 95,001); there is 1 bishop, 2119 priests, 99 churches, 77S mission-, 177 church buildings of all kinds, 1 seminary with 27 students, 1 colUkc for boys, 17 academies for oirl-, .51 parishes with schools with .59,52 children attending, 7 orphan asylums with 1041 orphans, .5 homes for the as;ed and the total number of children in Catholic institutions i- 7542.