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lASI TRIBUTES PHD 10 DEAD ORGim Few Friends Pre.ent and No Floral Offerings [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
lASI TRIBUTES PHD 10 DEAD ORGim Few Friends Pre.ent and No Floral Offerings \\ ith iin 1 y a .■ \\ friends present, and no (lowers. the Ragle Ruck Progressive League \va- ipiietly laid to rest last Monday evening, the last -ad rites taking place at Symphony 11 all. Rev. Alfred \\ . Hare was in attendance and did what he could to comtort 1 low an, C. (ialloupe and \ddisnn Lee, who had done all in their power to strengthen and prolong a life which had it not been for the faithful efforts of the-e two good citizens would have passed out long ago. Re-t in peace. This organization, which was formed for the good of the valley, has | assed out of existence, owing to the indifference of the residents of Ragle Rock to even lend support hy attending the meetings. It -cents too had. that when business men were willing to devote their tone to the furthering of the valley interests by assuming the management of the league, that they c mid get no support front the people who should have been vit ...
“JOLLY-UP” CLUB GIVES FIRST FUNCTION Symphony Hall is Taxed to Capacity By Merry Crowd [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
“JOLLY-UP” CLUB GIVES FIRST FUNCTION Symphony Hall is Taxed to Capacity By Merry Crowd Symphony Hall was taxed to itcapacity by the merry crowd of young people who had accepted invitations to the first social function given Itv the ; -ently formed Jolly L’p Club last I rfday night. Decorations in keeping with the holiday were artistically carried out throughout the entire hall. The lloow was in line condition and to the tuneful waltz and merry two-step, dancing was indulged in till a late hour. A special feature of the evening’s enjoyment was the chorus singing of college and popular songs in which .almost everyone present joined heartily. Of the numerous guests, many signified their desire to become regular members of the club, the next meeting of which will be held next Monday night at the home of the president. Mi-- Elizabeth 11 are.
Plan Track Extensions [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
Plan Track Extensions The Los Angeles Pacific Company formally applied last Saturday for a franchise to construct a double trackrailroad connecting the Sixth street line of the Pacific Electric Company with the Mill street line of the Los Angeles Pacific Company at the intersection of Hill and Sixth streets. The franchise, if granted by the Council, will permit the construction of two double track curves at Hill and Sixth streets. These curves will connect the Los Angeles Pacific system and allow all Los Angeles Pacific cars to be operated from the Sixth street depot. On March 9 ;he Varsity nine cross ed bats with the men from the L'ni versify of Nevada for the first time since 1907. The game resulted in a 5 to 0, cardinal victory. The Nevadans played a -nappy game find prov ed worthy opp ments of the Varsity, lint Stanford - team work was too much for the Sagelmishers.
Congregational Church [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
Congregational Church “The Great Appeal" was the title of the sermon preached last Sunday morning in the Church of the Good Shepherd, by the pastor. Rev. Alfred \V. Hare There was a good) audience present and the sermon was listened to with marked interest. The minister took three texts upon which to base his discourse. The words of Jesus to the disciples on various occasions, "Come. hollow Me." the words in Mark 1:22, “He taught them as one having authority." and the words of the soldiers sent to arrest Jesus found in John 7:46, "Never can man spake like this man." The preacher said in part: There was something marvelously compelling in the persoanlity and message of J ’-us. He focused the attention upon himself of fishermen who left then lets to follow him at Ili' behest. Matthew, the de-pi-ed J.-U win. 10-t to all sense of religious brotherhood or race relation or patriotic spirit had purchased the right i" colleet the iniquitous Roman ta\eirom the tributary lews, -aw lean heard,...
MEXICAN IS LEFT miE B( THE ROADSIDE Heartless Autoist Pays No Attention To Cry for Aid [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
MEXICAN IS LEFT miE B( THE ROADSIDE Heartless Autoist Pays No Attention To Cry for Aid j An unknown man was found in a 'lvins’, v-.&gt;niiiti• &gt;n near Sycamore ami 1 own-sinl avenue- early Saturday morning: liy l ; . () Schroe'der. lie hail I seen knocked down and run over by a -pending auloi-t vvh i heartlessly lelt hi- victim lay hy the 1 roadside paying no attention to h - -cream- for aid. The wheel- of the auto had passed 1 over hi- chest and the pain he had to j endure \va- excruciating. After dragging the suffering victim for several blocks in an attempt to reach the drug -tore and summon the aid of a physician, a wagon was pa- - - led and haded. The driver consented In take the tin fortunate man to the county hospital immediately. Upon arrival there, it was found th.lt he had sustained internal injuries and hi- chances lor recovery were very slight. The man was a Mexican of med ium build wearing working clothe-, j KtTorts failed to reveal hi- name or j addr...
AUTO DASHES OFF SCOVILLE GRADE Thatcher Has Face Horribly Lacerated in Accident Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
AUTO DASHES OFF SCOVILLE GRADE Thatcher Has Face Horribly Lacerated in Accident Sunday At almost the -ante place on Sc i ville’s grade vvheie Mi-- Bessie Claypoole of Boston was thrown and killed from an automobile driven by Howard l’,i--el about two years ago, an auto, a White steamer, driven hy a man named I lassfuther, ran oIT the grade la-t Sunday .afternoon In the machine were Mr. Ilassfuther's mother, hi- sister. Mi-- lintma I la-.-afuther, and Mr . S, Thatcher, of I.os \ngeles. When the machine ran off the grade, all the occupants were thrown out Mr and Mis- lias-further were uninjured: Mr- Ha-sfurther was painfully, though not seriously injured Mr. Thatcher, whose face vvahorribly lacerated, vva- hurried in a machine to Pa-adeiia. where he unattended by Dr Newcomb of Mar ongo avenue, Mr Ha-sfurther wataken to Pasadena by the city marshal of Eagle Rock
THE DISCOVERY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
THE DISCOVERY When &lt; i'il Coluinl.n- with h » ~l&gt; Mu 'lit \ mcriee. 1!• ■ \ end I i -1 1 1 11 ■lj; i! 1 i* l &gt;i) r i l';' &gt; y r; i ct* Ski; i'.h-i i fr 'in t'i &gt; :■ .' ’i 'i I’huv And erir. ! 1 1 1 1 wi'ink r - 1 • ; ■ "Great &lt; . d' We -e d; - er .'
EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES Let u- all wish for a new barber —or rather "a" barber. A raise of 10 per cent Inis been made on the prices of most of the properly in this ,-ity. It is still time to buy for the investment is excellent. The brother of the King of Spain is named Oom Kong. With a name like that he will have to lead a life but little spurt of that of an angel to prove- that he is all right. The Eagle Rock Sentinel closed the first year of its existence last week It is a neat clean little publication, and now that the town is incorporated will, in common with the community. grow at an alarming rate. —San Fernando Press. Joy reigns at South Pasadena. The trustees of that city have appropriated $0,5011 for the Arroyo Seen bridge soon to be built at a point near the Cawston Ostrich barm. A baby i- a joy to it- mother, an heir to it- father, a charge to its nurse, a soul to the clergyman, who baptizes, a new biological specimen to the physician, a new customer to the shopkeeper, and a nuisa...
TYPE OF MAN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
TYPE OF MAN Lives there a man who is not pleased To see his honored name in print: How much more i- his joy increased W hen prai-e is given without stint. But then there comes a time of tear. When others will hi- story tell; His faults will then glare in Brevier lIN virtues hide in Nonpareil. I he editor of a daily paper says: "We took a new reporter on trial yesterday. He went out to hunt for items, and alter being away all day returned with the following which, he said, was the best be could do: 'Yesterday we saw a sight which froze our blood with horror. A cabman, driving down Chirk street at a rapid pace, was very near running over a nttr.-e and two children. 1 here would have been one of the nto-t heartrending catastrophes ever recorded had not the nurse, with wonderful forethought, left the children at home before -he went out, and providentially stepped into a chemist's shop just before the cab passed. Then, too. the cabman, just before reaching the crossing, thought of somet...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
Business and Professional Cards DR. MYRTLE PHINNEY DR. CARLE H. PHINNEY Osteopathic Physicians Phone Fairmount Ave. East 2433 near Colorado. Sunset (ilendnle 1013 Home &lt;23 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Rock twice a week Best Work K. 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 Sveamore and AvCca Ave. Eagle Rock Estimates Furnished HENRY NASH CARPENTER &amp; BUILDER Additions —Alterations —Repairs K til Address, R. F. D. No. 1, lox 66 A Los Angeles. W. l. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery 4'e repair anything and everything. Bit, clcs and motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East 880. Home 39314. Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 107 S. Ave. .4, Garvanza Home 39077 East 1...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 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 DAT OB NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT (inBiagMgiiaa«iigiigg)aiaiaißMsraa»&lt;'M^^ L«J «j S Robert Henry Brown. Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier |£ J P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier g: BU «, I a Si ■HI Eaglr ißurk lank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Bock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. fl m •f I^HiisßiHiaiHiiiaaiiiMssiiiiagiiaiiiißiiiaißKißiiHisHßisßigiiaisiiEiiaiißiißiiaiiiiiiiisisiiHigi •ALL FOR SOc PER MONTH==— Leading High Class Woman's Marine in Am:rica 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 ab...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
Society Notes Department Feature Page Jack Kan-on has accepted a position a- sale-man with the Valrance Woodworth company of Eos .Angeles. Mrs. John Mathews has as her house guests Mr. and Mrs. E. IE Mills of Brooklyn, lowa. Mr. and Mrs. bred X. Vale ol Eos Angeles were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. The i. AA'atter-oit. Sunday. Miss Alice Scheck was entertained as the week end glte-t oi Miss Anna Megilligan of \A est Sycamore a\ enue. Mr. and Mrs. ( IctS( 1)1 Wright of Ridgeway avenue have had a- their house guests Mr. and Mrs. C. Baldwin and son of &lt; )hio. Mi-s Mary E. Swan ol AA c-t Sycamore avenue i- greatly improved in health and expect- to again be in charge ol the dry goods store soon. Mr. and Mr-. Kipp Wallace of Eos Angeles will be the guests of Mr. and Mr.-. Jos. AA'. AA'alker of Myrtle avenue while Mrs. AA'alker i- conlined to her bed with a sprained ankle. Mr-. Janie- Kinchloe of Ro-eniont entertained charmingly at a lunclicon la-r AAednesday in honor of Mr...
Annandale [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
Annandale I'll Eos Angeles railway i- now giving more frequent car service along Eagle Kick avenue. Ml the -cars on the line are the new I'. A. V E. kind. Upon seeing the favorable results of a few hours' work dune hy (den andale place residents, the men of Annan Way are following -nit and -pent Sunday at this great graft. Ihe street t- now in excellent condition. A number of patriotic citizens of (ilendale Place spent Sabbath morning cleaning up that street. lin cans, paper and other refuse were removed and the weeds in the street and parkways were chopped down the entire length of the street. The friends .and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. A. I’, Waldien tendered to them a delightful surprise supper at lloos'ers' Rest in Crites street. Wednesday evening. There were fortynine people present and the occasion was one of delight and pleasure. The evening was spent in jolly merriment and an enjoyable feature of the event was a recitation of "Romeo and Juliet" hy Carl AA'. Brown. The W aldie...
Glasseil Park [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 March 1911
Glasseil Park The Washington Park school gave a picnic last Saturday at Sycamore canv n under the pati n ,gc of the tc.ach I ors. Miss damlde and Miss Colgan. with the as-i-tanci • Mrs. |. I’. Silly and Mrs. M. I). I iieibainl of (llasscl Park. Among recent enjoyable -ocial events was a di; er given Sunday I evening in honor : Mr. and Mrs K. M. Pa ley at the t ,i-iiio. ( )ce-an Park. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Paley entertained Tuesday evening with a smart ! dinner at their pretty home on 5(11 ! (ihas-ell avenue. Ihe guests inclnd- | ed Mrs. C. I’. Spoon of Mot Springs. Ark., Miss T. Shannon and Mr. Arthur P.rcmer of f.oitg Reach. aid Mr and Mrs. I. L, Gillespie oi (da--ell Park. One of the most hriliant social gatherings of the season was a St. Patrick's day whist party given hy Mrs. Warner A. Hoag of Torthorwald avenue. All tlie appointments were in green, the parlors being decorated with a graceful arrangement of green hells and ferns and the dining room with Iri-h harps. A delightful fe...