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SONG SERVICE XT CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
SONG SERVICE XT CHURCH There will be a service of song in the Methodist church next Sunday evening, beginning at 7 o’clock. A distinguished l family of singers, the Barnhards, will be present, and will render solos and choruses well worth listening to. Mr. ißarnhard has been a solo singer for the past two years on the stage in New York City. Everybody welcome.
HIGHLAND PARK TO HAVE A NEWSPAPER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
HIGHLAND PARK TO HAVE A NEWSPAPER On Saturday of this week the people of the Arroyo Seco district are to have a new publication to give publicity to the vast and varied interests of that splendid section of Los Angeles. The paper will be issued in magazine form and appear on each Saturday. The title will be Arroyoside Forum, printed on book paper and well illustrated. It will be published by L. A. Phillips of the Phillips Printing Co., Los Angeles, and edited by T. J. Land, a newspaper man of wide experience, familiar with this section of Southern California. The paper will have the support and co-operation of the best citizens of the northeast section of Los Angeles and is well backed mechanically and financialy.
INFORM CHANGE 111 RESCHEDULE Late Gar to Leave City at Midnight [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
INFORM CHANGE 111 RESCHEDULE Late Gar to Leave City at Midnight The management of the Los Angeles Electric Railway announces the addition of another car for the Eagle Rock Valley line. The car is to leave Los Angeles at Twelfth and Main streets 12:00 midnight, this necessitating a slight change in the present schedule. The new schedule is to take place on the first of November. Following is the time card: Leave Los Angeles, going north on Broadway: 6:00 a. m. and every 30 minutes until 4:30 p. m., then 4:45. 5:00, 5:15 , 5:30, 5:45 , 6:00, 6:30, 7:00. 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 and 12:00. In addition on Sundays leave 1:15 p. m. and every 15 minutes until 5:30 p. m. Leave Eagle Rock, corner Colorado and Central, at junction of Glendale line 6:(X) a. m. and every 30 minutes until 5:30 p. m., then 5:45 , 6:00, 6:15. 6:30, 6:45, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 11:50 and 12:50 a. m. (Last car to 28th and Dayton only). Sunday afternoons 15 minute service.
HALLOWE’EN SOCIXL ENJOYED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
HALLOWE’EN SOCIXL ENJOYED Members of the Congregational Sunday school were entertained at a Hallowe'en nart in the Sunday school rooms Friday evening. The youngsters all anneared' in sheets and pillow cases, and proved themselves equal to (boneless contortionists in the apple biting and ducking contests which took place on the big cement porch of the church. Wierd-looking jack-o-lanterns, artistically built by some of the older boys, lighted the scene, which was a gay one. Rev. and Mrs. Hare were assisted in entertaining the children by Miss Olive Scbins and Miss Valeria Chisolm.
M. C SLOSS-For Judge [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
M. C SLOSS-For Judge Judge M. C. Sloss of the Supreme Court will ibe further endeared in the minds of those who love fair play and justice, when it becomes generally known that he is one of the pioneers in the movement for the reform of our Criminal procesdure. If the hope of the advocates of this measure is relized, the Penal Code of California will be a model for other states to follow. His record on the bench has already gained him the respect and commendation of the bench and bar, not only of this state, but of other states as well, where his decisions arc cited as precedents of high authority. In this connection it might be well to mention a few of the decisions which are most widely known, and which were on matters of great public importance. Judge Sloss wrote the decision upholding the McEnery Act. This was an emergency measure passed by the legislature to provide a legal method of restoring records of real estate titles destroyed by the great San Francisco lire. iA decision ...
HITCHCOCK FOR SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
HITCHCOCK FOR SAN FRANCISCO. *T don’t know of any city that Is better situated as a site for the Pan-ama-Pacific International Exposition, than San Francisco,” said Postmaster General Frank H. Hitchcock during his recent visit to the California metropolis. “I feel very kindly toward San Francisco The upbuilding of the city has been an heroic process and the people deserve tremendous credit. The nation should do everything possible to encourage them.”
PRICE NOT TOO BIG. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
PRICE NOT TOO BIG. San Francisco has decided to outbid all competitors for the Panama Exposition in 1915. In addition to a State bond Issue for $3,000,000 it is proposed that the city shall raise the same amount. Ten million is a big price to pay for a show, but Californians do not regard it policy to let a good thing go by on account of cost. The Panama canal will do more for the Pacific Coast than any commercial launched since the rush of '49 to the Golden State.—Buckley (Wash.) Banner.
ALBERT L. STEPHENS IDEAL FOR OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
ALBERT L. STEPHENS IDEAL FOR OFFICE For the past four years Albert Lee Stephens has been one of the hardest worked judges in Los Angeles county and has earned promotion by hard service and proven his qualifications by demonstrating exceptional ability to get at the justice underlying a law suit disregarding technicalities wherever possible. His term as Township Justice expiring this year he was nominated at the primary election for Judge of the Superior Court on the Democratic ticket and afterward endorsed for the same office by the Good Government ogranization and nominated by petition to run on that ticket. "Albert Lee Stephens has made good as a judicial officer and 1 most heartily endorse his candidacy for Judge of the Superior Court,” said Mayor Alexander. His judicial capacity and temperament is a proven fact. He has been so independent, honest and fair as a judge that these qualities are not only admitted by all but his name implies them, \\ hen a judge has proven faithful to...
AN ENORMOUS PLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
AN ENORMOUS PLEDGE. Commenting editorially on the action of the legislature In paving the way to add $10,000,000 to the San Francisco Panama-Pacific Exposition fund the Healdsburg Enterprise says; "It Is recognized that the exposition would be of great benefit to the whole coast If only from an advertising point of view. In order that the United States government may take official notice of the fair It la necessary that these bonds be voted. This $10,000,000 together with the $7,600,000 already subscribed by San Francisco will enable California to go to the opening of the session and offer the United States an enormous pledge that it is able to finance and conduct an exposition that will be a credit to the nation."
Calvin W.CRAIG-for Judge [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
Calvin W.CRAIG-for Judge The candidacy of Gavin VV. Craig for judge of the Superior Court is attracting general attention. No other aspirant for that office can point to higher quelifications for so high a position than can Mr. Craig. A specialist in the law of water rights and ir rigation, he is intimately acquainted with those matters which are of such vital importance to Southern California His success as a practising lawyer ieaves no room for doubt as to his icgal learning and ability. As an educator Mr, Craig has also made his mark in this vicinity, as in all his years of practice, he has taught different branches of law in the LI. S. C. Law School. As further evidence of Mr. Craig’s study on lei'al subjects, it might be mentioned that lie is an author of a legal text book which has met with great favor. Mr. Craig’s "ast two years’ experience as Court Commissioner, where he has had to pass on matters referred to him by the Superior Court, will also stand him in good stead if el...
THIEVES ROB CITIZENS Of THEIRJWiy Detective Working on Case Has Clew [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
THIEVES ROB CITIZENS Of THEIRJWiy Detective Working on Case Has Clew It seems that advantage is being taken of the fact that Eagle Rock has no protection against thieves. Turkeys, chickens and other fowl seem to have mysteriously disappeared from the property of several residents in the eastern portion of Eagle Rock valley and Annandalc valley. The following communication has been received at the “Sentinel” office from the undersigned party; Dear Sir: Will the anti-incorpora-tionists of this section kindly tell me a method by which, under present conditions the safety of my family and property may be assured in this rapidly growing and populous city-yet-no-city ? Lately we have had livestock stolen from our backyard. Only last night —or rather, early this morning—we saw a man prowling about the back of our home at Oak Grove avenue and Avoca. Our dog barked furiously and the man made his escape. In a case like that, in this populous what-is-it —this city that refuses to accept its re...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
ARIZONA FOR SAN FRANCISCO. California Is after the Panama Ex position, and now that San Diego has abandoned her ambitions in favor of San Francisco, there is good prospect of winning the prize. The State Legislature, in special session, proposes to submit to the voters a proposition to issue $5,000,000 in bonds in aid of the enterprise. Arizona, in common with the other States and Territories generally. is Interested in seeing that the big fair goes to San Francisco rather than to New Orleans. —Wlckenburg (Ariz.) Miner. Hallowe’en Pumpkins Nice big juicy Mexican Sweets—makes pies like "Mother used to make"—loc, l.Sc, 20c. Your Sunday meat order ic.ft with us will receive careful attention. The best in meats. Bon-Ton Grocery A4A Filmic Dot h Ave. Past 400 BELT PINS New line just in from New York GUERNSEY’S Both Phones Glendale, Gal.
SAN BERNARDINO SUN CHANGES ITS MIND [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
SAN BERNARDINO SUN CHANGES ITS MIND The San Bernardino Sun has experienced a change of heart in the matter of raising $.'.,000,000 for the Pana-ma-Pacific Exposition bv a State lax, and very frankly says so. at the same time giving the reasons for its conversion as follows: “‘A wise man will change his mind, but a fool never,’ says the proverb. Ditto, newspapers. Once, possibly twice since the suggestion was made that the Slate of California should bond itself for $5,000,000 to assist in the financing of the Panama exposition proposed at San Francisco, and thus provide an aggregate fund of $17,500,000 for the fair, The Sun has voiced its opposition to the plan on the ground that the total sum to be provided is excessive and beyond precedent. “Frankly, our own investigations have proven the error of that premise, and if the premise is wrong, the rea soning from it is very likely to be. So far as we have observed, no news Source had made any comparisons with what has been provided for...
EDITORS FOR EXPOSITION TAX [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
EDITORS FOR EXPOSITION TAX Members of California Press Association Will Work for Amendments. The California Press Association has unanimously and unqualifiedly endorsed the San Francisco PanamaPacific exposition project. Seventyfive members of the Association, till pi eminent newspaper editors and managers, held a throe days’ conference in San Francisco October 7, 8 and 9, and after a thorough discussion of the subject, pledged themselves to work for the passage of the two proposed constitutional amendments by which $10,000,000 will be added to the Exposition fund. The resolutions adopted contain (he following paragraph having particular reference to the State tax: “This convenlion heartily endorses the State tax on $5,000,000 to he devoted to the funds of an international Exposition to he held in Sun Francisoo in 1915.”
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
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