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By Order of Board. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
By Order of Board. I have been instructed by the board of Trustees to again call the attention of property owners to Ordinance No. 13, which provides a penalty for any person or corporation permitting any bush or tree to obstruct the sidewalks or street; or permit any vegetation which is a menace to health to grow or exist within 150 feet of any dwellinghouse or of any wooden building or structure; or to allow any soil, rubbish, tree trimmings, ashes, tin cans or other refuse to remain on sidewalk or street, or in any other way violate said ordinance. All property owners must comply with the above on or before the first day of June, or prosecutions will follow. J. S. Pitman, City Clerk.
GLENDALE HAS A BIG DAY. * Barbecure and Celebration Are the Great Attractions. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
GLENDALE HAS A BIG DAY. * Barbecure and Celebration Are the Great Attractions. Nearly every resident of Eagle Rock who was not at home or in Los Angeles on business attended the May day festivities in Glendale last Thursday. The electric cars were on a 15-minute schedule all day, and hundreds made the trip. It is estimated that at least 12,01(0 people from the surrounding territory took advantage of the opportunity offered by the citizens to attend the celebration and barbecue. The homes and business blocks were profusely decorated, the band played early and late, and over a hundred autos . gave something tike 5,000 people free rides over the city. There were many things to interest everybody, but the chief attraction was the barbecue. It was estimated that 10,000 people were given a portion of the line beef, pickles, beans, salad and bread. Speaking, athletic events, two base ball games, and dancing in the I. O. O. F. and Knights of Pythias halls were among the attractive features....
Schools May Lose. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Schools May Lose. Because of the notorious amendment No. I, it is doubtful if the schools of Los Angeles county will receive from the county $lOO for each teacher employed in addition to the amount required by law. Mark Keppel, county superintendent of schools, has asked the board of supervisors if the school trustees can depend on receiving this extra amount the coming .year. It applies only to teachers in the common schools, of whom there were in the county last year 1745, and the coming year Mr. Keppel estimates the number at 1850, which would make the additional sum from the county for the schools $185,000. Superintendent Keppel said the trustees are contracting with their teachers for the coming year and would like to know what their income will be. Superintendent Pridham said he is opposed to making this levy or a promise of it until the time for making all the levies arrives, so that the board can know what effect amendment No. 1 will have on the county’s finances, as there i...
Happily Wedded. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Happily Wedded. The many friends of Miss Harriet Spangler, eldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Spangler, were somewhat surprised last Saturday to learn that she was married on that day to I’rof. Martin Dechaso of Virginia. The groom was elected Friday as instructor in the Los Angeles Polytechnic School. He has been teaching in the Jacksonville Academy in Virginia, but secured the position in Los Angeles. The bride is a most charming young lady and successful teacher. She hail secured the appointment as instructor in Spanish in the Nazarene College in Pasadena next year, but has now given up teaching. The happy couple have taken up their residence in Los Angeles. The ceremony was performed in that city by Rev. Charles E. Locke.
Handkerchief Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Handkerchief Saturday. It’s doubtful if handkerchiefs were ever sold at so low a price as they will be next Saturday and evening at Williams’ Dry Goods Store, corner of Fourth and Glendale avenue, Glendale. Nine hundred sample handkerchiefs that sell usually all the way from 5c to 75c each will be sold at Ic, 4Jc, BJc, 15c, and 19c each, being just about onefourth their real value. The Eagle Rock street car will take you right to their corner.
* WOMEN PLAY ACTIVE PART Society Women of San Diego to Manage Floral Pageant. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
* WOMEN PLAY ACTIVE PART Society Women of San Diego to Manage Floral Pageant. Among the other unique features planned fur the ground breaking celebration of the Panama-California Exposition in July is the part the women of that city are to play in the affair. They are to have the exclusive control of arranging and handling the floral pageant which is to be the principal part of the program on the second day. There will be women marshals and aides and the entire scheme of the pageant is of their own conception. Zest has been added to the securing of floats and the array of decorated vehicles from the fact that a number of cash prizes are to be awarded. Among the workers engaged in this feature are most of the prominent society and club people of San Diego and representatives of all the fraternal organizations. In addition to tl e floral pageant the women are planning to conduct a number of rest rooms where the tired visitors may find shelter and comforts even to the extent of finding...
GOOD NEWS FOR VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
GOOD NEWS FOR VALLEY. A most important conference was held last Wednesday, when the public works hoard of the Eagle Hock City Trustees met with the highway commission, and discussed the conditions on Colorado street in I his city. Chairman Galloupe of the local committee was unable to be present, having been called to Fresno on business, and City Clerk Pitman took his place at the meeting, with the other members of the committee, W. K. Cowan and Charles W. Young. They represented to the commission the importance of this now noted thoroughfare, inasmuch as it is a part of the foothill boulevard. It was evident to ali concerned that the street needed fixing, but the city could do nothing, as it was outside of the city, and belonged to the county. It has just been learned that the county has an over supply of c ushed rock on its hands and the commit I e thought here was a good place for some of it. They recommended that cn cd rock be placed on Colorado street run the Glendale city line...
NEW PETITION NECESSARY. Territory in This Vicinity Not, to Be Included. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
NEW PETITION NECESSARY. Territory in This Vicinity Not, to Be Included. It will be recalled that recently a petition signed by ten thousand property owners was presented to the city council of Los Angeles, desiring annexation of territory on the east. It is now considered advisable to withdraw this petition and circulate a second. In this second petition it is to be specifically stated that the territory to be annexed will bear its just proportion of the bonded indebtedness and obligations of Los Angeles. The new law passed at the last session of the last legislature, and recently signed by Governor Johnson, provides that the petition may show whether the territory to be annexed is willing to bear its proportion of the city’s indebtedness and obligations. In the proposed second petition it is intended to leave out all id' that terri tory included in the first petition where strong opposition to annexation has arisen, and so it will not include the greater part of the eastern end of ...
EQUAL SUFFRAGIST WINNER Eaiile Rock Ladies Present Successful Resolution at Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
EQUAL SUFFRAGIST WINNER Eaiile Rock Ladies Present Successful Resolution at Federation. Tin 1 Stall' Federalion of Womna's t' lulls closed its sessions on Tuesday of last week at Hotel Virginia in Long Beach. One of the last acts of the session was the endorsement of the principle of equal still'rage. This subject was made of local interest from the fact that the resolution which was passed by a tremendously big majority, was signed by Mrs. W. K. Cowan, president, and Mrs. VV. 11. Hickson, delegate id’ the Woman's Twentieth Century Club of Fagle Rock. The resolution had been passed upon by the committee on resolutions and was introduced by Mrs. VV. VV. Orcutt, chairman of the committee. Following was the resolution: Whereas, There is an amendment to the constitution of the State of California extending the franchise to women, to be submitted to the voters of the State; and Whereas, The California Federation of Woman’s Clubs is vitally interested in all questions relating to the soci...
Equal Suffrage League. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Equal Suffrage League. A branch of the Political Kquality league was organized Satuaday afternoon at the home id' Miss (lalpin. The ladies present, while partaking of a dainty lunch discussed the necessity for local work to insure a carrying vote for equal suffrage in this precinct at the election to be held in October. The following officers were elected: President Miss (lalpin; Vice-president Mrs. M. K. Hickson; Secretary Mrs. Metcalf; Treasurer Mrs. M. K. McVicker. An executive committee composed of those officers and Madatnes Cowan and Herzog will consider the lines of work. Next Saturday afternoon at li dill o’clock a meeting will be held in the Congregational church parlors for perfecting the organization. All ladies are requested to be there.
Magnificent Club House. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Magnificent Club House. One of the finest club houses in Ihe great west, ami to be built for the ultra-exelusive country club made up from the ranks of the I’asadena, San Gabriel, Annamlate and Alladena clubs is being planned. Ex-Senator Frank 11.I 1 . Flint has the incorporation papers in charge. The site is Ramona acres, just south of South I’asadena. The site of 21.'! acres cost $187,000 and the club house will cost $50,001). It will not be the largest in Southern California, but the general arrangements and furnishings will be unsurpassed. The membership of the club has already reached Uoo, which is two-th rds of the contemplated enrollment.
ATTENTION, BOYS AND GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
ATTENTION, BOYS AND GIRLS 10 . y 'll want t" :n.i' c i little ia - . extra money tor y- ur graduati ui time? If so, we will a-k &gt;■■ ■ i at tin Sentinel office ane time (hi- week ami learn h ~v to d .'it, \\ c a i u t ■ ' and Gas and electric fixtures. Lowi st prices and newest designs. Leavitt &amp; Bartholomew Co., 84) So. Broadway.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
The initiative, referendum and recall law passed by the last legislature went into effect last week. The first city law to pass under the new order of things is the ordinance governing rates for electric lights in Eagle Rock. It will now be possible to recall unsatisfactory laws and officers and also to suggest new laws and have them passed. Burbank evidently thinks that once she is incorporated as a city of the sixth class all of her troubles are over. Vain delusion, neighbor. But it will help some, as Eagle Rock can testify. 1 Did you ever see a boy who didn’t think all his troubles were over when he became a man and his own boss. While he may he disappointed in some ways, he seldom wants to lie a boy again. A Washington correspondent says that every few days sensational reports go out from Washington to the effect that the United Stales is preparing to take a hand in the affairs of Mexico. ; But these reports have little founda- i tion, as the administration and congress have abs...
Our Neighbors [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Our Neighbors San Fernando Work has begun on the erection of an $lB,OOO hank huildi ng. San Fernando A movement has been started to incorporate into a city of the sixth class. Monrovia First Methodist Church laid the corner stone of $52,000 church building last Wednesday. Ocean Park Plans are being perfected for four open air school buildings to be erected by Ocean Park school board. Glendale Board of Trustees passed very complimentary resolutions on Frank E. Muhleman, who resigned as city attorney. Sierra Mad tv Many deer have been seen in this vicinity recently, and they have shown much boldness in coming close to houses, Pomona It is estimated that over a million and a third brick will be used in the erection of the Congregational Church at this place. Ramona Steps are being taken to organize a new State hank. 11. T. Johnson, .1. C. Ferguson and others are the prime movers. Redondo Beach A local option crusade was started last Sunday evening, Dr. Chapman of Eos Angeles making the...
ORDINANCE NO. 13 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
ORDINANCE NO. 13 AN ORDINANCE adopting certain specifications for street work in the City of Eagle Rock. The Board of Trustees of the city of Eagle Rock do ordain as follows: Section 1. Those certain specifics- ! lions furnished by the City Engineer of the City of Eagle Rock, designated as' “Specifications No. 1, General Specifications for Street Improvement Work in the City of Eagle Rock, California,” | and now on file in the office of the City Clerk, are hereby adopted as general specifications for street improvement work in the City of Eagle Rock. Section 2. Those certain specifications furnished by the City Engineer of ; the said City, designated as “Specificalions No. 2, for the Construction of Cement Curbs in the City of Eagle Rock, Cal.,” and now on file in the office of the City Clerk, are hereby adopted as the specifications for the construction of cement curbs in said city. Section 3. Those certain specifications furnished by the City Engineer of the said City, designated ...