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Smokers in Los Angeles. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
Smokers in Los Angeles. ('onsider.dd ystery attaches to tlu- latest |ili hi the "sinokinu on tin- street car- rohlem. Consumers of ih/ wi-i'il ' supposed that their troubles were ‘ an end. lull now cinnes a peltt: to the city council asking that nen he prohihiteil from -ittine the front ot local ears, which die only place where men can snio chile ridiny. Whether this petitio is "loaded" in the hope that sn m ordinance would throw the win question open attain, or whether it the freak repne-t of Mime lirilliam ack office thinker, is the my-terio art of the matter. \\ hatever it he Council are all dodirintt it.
Additional Local. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
Additional Local. Col. Eddy of Los who built ami owns The Angel's Flight was in Eagle Rock last week and attended the council meeting. Franklin Schroeder of Rialto was calling on friends in Eagle Rock last Saturday. Me is always a welcome visitor in our city. .lack PfefTerle who has been driving the meat wagon, has fixed up a camp wagon and has gone to the mountains, where he will camp out this summer for his health. The agency of E. Becker, our local well known real estate dealers formerly of No. .‘lOl Central building, has leased the suite numbered 2111-220 of the same building. Expansion of business is given as the reason for the move. Will Bro.xholme captain of the _baseball team will soon have it in shape to play, so that those who are interested will have a chance to witness some games. Last Wednesday night the Masons had a meeting at the drug store of W. E. Bruce. Plans for furnishing the new Masonic hall were arranged. It is expected the hall will be ready to occupy by July ...
TWENTIETH GENTIiRV IN TWO SOIM EVENTS Mrs. W. K. Cowan Bril'iantly Entertains Club-Annual Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
TWENTIETH GENTIiRV IN TWO SOIM EVENTS Mrs. W. K. Cowan Bril'iantly Entertains Club-Annual Picnic. I lit 1 busy social season is about closed and nature has put on her outward adornment and invites to the field and outdoor enjoyment. And so the ladies of the Twentieth Century Club went on their annual picnic, this time to picturesque Verdugo Bark. To the number of about forty they met at the corner of Colorado st reel and Central avenue at 11 o’clock last Thursday and all took the Glendale car for their destination. After arriving there the dinner baskets were opened and a spread that would have done credit at any banquet was put before them. Evidently they had forgotten at the filling of the basquets that the men would not be there, as more had been prepared than the ladies could possibly do justice to. It proved to be a most enjoyable day for all who attended. They all returned home toward evening, feeling that the annual club picnic of ltd 1 had been a pleasing success. On Tuesday...
ATTENTION. BOYS AND GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
ATTENTION. BOYS AND GIRLS ilt t V ill \V ■MI It tMI c ill ■ V I' L'V .Sil .1 MM HI- X :'V X Mr Ml. 1M li' l 11 time? If so, v. c xx ■!; a k &gt;•&gt;.. ;ill 111 till- SclllMlcl ■■lt I ■ ■ .my 1111 l O •'ii- wit k ami learn inixv t•■l • &gt; i' U i ••x ant xx ■ Mlr llx e &gt;er. •■ &gt; 1 If &gt;x sim! jji r U f ’ "Mi I’m- ijv , t ■ 1 t . In Tileiv xxii.' a skelchiiu party of 111 voiim. 1 laiiies canu out In Kay .e Rock last Satunlax 111 'ketch tl.e beauties nf the \ alley.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
Fifty years ago yesterday saw the opening of a Titanic struggle between the North and South,which threatened to destroy the unity of the Nation. What a wonderful change has come with all the succeeding Memorial days. We are at peace at home and abroad with a reunited Nation and none who would have it otherwise. Tuesday was observed in this city in a quiet and respectful way, with no special services of any kind, but with that quiet reverence for brave ones who passed away in that great struggle. The suggestion of Mrs. ('has. W. Young that a humane animal drinking fountain be placed at the corner of Colorado street and Central avenue is a most excellent one. There are many things that can be said in favor of the idea. The Sentinel w ill offer an opportunity in its next issue for a practical carrying out of the plan by starting a subscription paper for the raising of the necessary funds for its purchase. Who will start it with or s!u? Peace has been declared in Mexico and the former d...
No Water in Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
No Water in Milk. Governor Johnson has recently signed the Martinelli dairy bill, which puts into effect one of the most important pieces of legislation for the dairy interests of the State that has ever been enacted in California. In fact, it is the opinion of many dairymen that there is no state in the Union which has a more comprehensive and effective bill than this new statute. The question of an ordinance to gov ern the milk supply and dairy interests of Battle Rock was up before the meeting of the city trustees last week and will no doubt result in a new ordinance being passed soon. Its object i- to insure that the dairy products of California shall be pure, anil (hat the people of this stale shall receive, when they buy dairy products, exactly what they think they are buying, and what they are paying for. Under the new law the dairyman himself must be honest with his customers. He must not water his milk, or sell milk for cream. If he does heavy lines and possible imprisonmen...
New Tobacco l aw. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
New Tobacco l aw. On Wednesday of last week, the 24th, the law passed by the late legislature pertaining to the sale of tobacco to minors went into effect. This law is much more drastic than the one which proceeded it. and it would he well, perhaps, for every one who uses the “lilthy weed” to read it over carefully. Here it is: Every person (linn or corporation) which sells, or gives or (in any way) furnishes to another person who is in fact under the age id' eighteen years my tobacco, (cigarette or cigarette palters) or any other preparation of tomcco, is guilty of a misdemeanor, and ipon conviction thereof shall he (tun shed (for the first offense) by a tine if not less than $2 a nor more than MOO, or by imprisonment for not more ;han sixty days; and for the second dfense by a line of not less than $o() ind not more than $2OO, or by imprisonment for not more than ninety days; mil for each subsequent offense by a line of not less than $lOO and not more than $BOO, or by imprisonment...
More Boys Than Girls [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
More Boys Than Girls Statistician George Leslie of the state board of health has just completed an Interesting report showing that of the children born in California in 1910, the majority were male, the hoy babies outnumbering the girls by L'TO, Here is his report in full as given out; The proportion of the sexes among the 112, Lis children born in California in 1910 was: Male, Pi,754, or "2.1 per cent; and female, 17,284, or 49.9 per cent. The boy babies outnumbered the girls by 1:170 or 8.9 per cent m 1910. against MI!S, or 9.0 per cent in 1909, and 9. r ,r&gt;, or 7 per cent in 190s. "As compared with .72.1 per cent male for 1910 the per cent male was 52.:; for 1909, 71.7 for 1908, 71.2 for 1907. The sex distribution is substantially I the same for births within chartered cities (.72.1 per cent male) as for births in outside territory (72.2 percent male). The preponderance of males is touch greater among the few non-Caucasian i births than among the many white births. Thu...
ORDINANCE NO. 16, [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
ORDINANCE NO. 16, AN ORDINANCE granting permission for the County of Los Angeles to improve a part of Sixth Street in the City of Eagle Rock. The Board of Trustees of the city of Eagle Rock do ordain as follows: Section 1. Permission is hereby granted for the Board of Supervisors and Highway Commission of the County of Los Angeles to use all of that part of Sixth Street in the city of Eagle Rock lying between the southwesterly line of Eagle Rock Road, sometimes called Colorado Street, and the western boundary of said city, for the purpose of constructing thereon a macadamized highway as a part of the County System of roads to be constructed by said County out of the proceeds of the highway bonds of said county, authorized to be issued at an election held therein July 30th, 1908. Section 2. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage of this ordinance and shall cause the same to he published once in the Eagle Rock Sentinel, a weekly newspaper published in said City, and shall also ca...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
Notice to Taxpayers. Then* seems to he a tendency in this city as elsewhere to neglect the matter of making out and delivering to the assessor a complete list of all your property. This must he done at once. You will he the loser if you do not, for the state law is very strict, and the penalties for not handing in a complete list and also paying your personal and poll tax are severe. J. S. Pitman and his assistant, Mr. Candee, are making every effort to get the assessments all in and you should see them at once. They have no discretion in the matter. Here is the state law: Section WMS, Political (’ode: “Any property wilfully concealed, removed, transferred or misrepresented hy the owner or agent thereof, to evade taxation, upon discovery must he assessed at not exceeding ten times its value, and the assessment so made must not he reduced hy the Hoard of Kquaiization. AH taxpayers are required hy the
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
Constitution to annually make anil deliver to the assessor a statement under oath setting forth specifically all the real and personal property, owned by such person, or in his possession, or under his control, at 12 o’clock meridian, on the first Monday in May. Accordingly you are required by law to fill up the assessment blank and deliver the same at the office of the assessor immediately, making oath thereto. THE ANGELUS DYE WORKS l.os Anyvk’S Suits Cleaned &amp; Pressed Special Rate, $1.25 W'ill Call Wednesdays I ’ln mi's; Main tiSMI: Hume K-iiUTi Inquire S«■ r l l im■ 1 OHice Dr. L. Wiiy Sinclair DENTIST Mank of Glendale Rhone: Sunset Glendale IoS-.1. I lours: It to 12, I to I B. E. LEWIS CRAFTSMAN Contractor and Builder—Plans Secured, Estimates Given Vicmria St., Rock Viilioy H. K. It. No. I, l.os Angeles THE NICHOLS SYSTEM . . OF . . House and Carpet Cleaning MV TilK VACUUM I’ROCKSS THE GLENDALE CARPET CLEANING CO. GI.F.NDAI.K, CAM. Ofliee 2Zi Adams st. Sunset tltlt
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
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Glasseil Park [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
Glasseil Park Department Feature Page I Mrs. M. 1). Thiuliaml has gone to I Sim Bernardino for a few days business I trip. ► Hr. Warner li. Hoag and wife enter ► tained Miss Wilson of Hollywood and » Hr. I’. 1,. Rimmerof Riverside Sunday. ► ► &gt; Mrs. Whitmeyer, son and daughter I are spending several .lays til Long • Reach visiting her mother. Mrs. ’ Churehill. • | Mrs. I*. I. Patterson of Los Angeles &gt; spent last week with her son anddaugh- | ter John Patterson and wife of Aster- , | ia street. • • • Mrs. Falang of Moss avenue was the ’ ' honored truest at a bridge whist parly by Dr. Myers and wife of Flow er street, Los Angeles lasi Thursday. t . \N . Ranger late of Canada spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. McMullen. Mr. Ranger is so well pleased with Southern California that he expects to remain permanently. Mr. McMullen, one of the leading architects and builders of the Park began the erection of another unique hungai low this week. The building being constructe...
ABOUT MAN AND WOMAN Heretofore, Right Now and in Time to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
ABOUT MAN AND WOMAN Heretofore, Right Now and in Time to Come. Everybody old enough to vote knows the boy ran "wiggle mi- ears" and pull down his sralp after the- manner of an ape preparing to protect Ids eyes dnr ing the scrap that seems imminent. The biologist calls attention to these 1 obsolescent muscles, to the appendix, the tonsils and to other muscles and organs disappearing through non use. j and remarks that '■man, like other an imals. is the product of his heredity and his environment.' Everybody old enough to vole, and indeed many persons much younger, have wondered why the plural of roof | should he "roofs" while the plural of hoof is hooves; why the past tense d lead 1 should he “led" while the past I case of tread is "trod"; why lough should be "tnll while dough is pronounced in a. way that cannot be indicated in English without the use of specially marked lettors that no decent printer will allow around tin ihop. \nd (he philologist, smiling, rt narks that "man is the...