Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 18, 1908 · Page 1
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M. M i . H. FAE3RICK —SELLS— Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves, Paints, Oils and Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Kutter Roadsters The Finest Roys' Wapons at RABRICK'S HARDWARE ARGUS VOL. COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS! ^^^VX%^\^XX>^N^ - S-»^-«'^->^s^^i^*^^'^-^N-'^^^«^'^-^ s '^^^*^' x ^^'^-^ N -^^' H>OBT. P. UPDYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. Phone 284 J. CLINE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., Covina, Cal. [)R. R. E. BATES Special attention given to diseases of women and children. Office and residence 4 doors west of Episcopal Church on car line. Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Phone 288 Covina, Cal. DR. WILLIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases Specialties—Cancer, stomach and intestines, genito-uririary, ear, nose arid throat, diseases of the nervous system. Hours, 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m. Office over First Nat'l Bank, Covina. Phone 75 & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. D. REKD G. D. JENNINGS 8-10 a m 10-12 m 2-4 p m, 7-8 p m 4-6 p m Offices in Reed blk., Phone 40. Residence of Dr. Reed E. Badillo st. Phone Dr. Jennings on "' St. i' ;. GOODEL, M^ OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF COVINA Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. DOLFE B. BID WELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home phone 3164. Glendora, Cal. M. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ' Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. £)R. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Graduate McGill University, Montreal Office at Hotel Vendome, p. HONSINGER Hotel Vendome INSURANCE 'Fire, Life, Accident, Health, Surety and Live Stock. Lowest rates, best companies. Xotarv Public. COVINA WAR, VICTORS OF PEACE, MAKE ARRIVAL Flagship Connecticut Majestically Leads Way to Anchorage. Bluejackets Eager for First Sight of Native Land. Home again. Sixteen monsters of war dashed out of the South Pacific and cast anchor off Hotel del Coro- tiado, just outside of Sau Diego Bay, at 12:59 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, one minute ahead of schedule time—and tho gigantic tleet was home again. Sixteen thousand officers and blue- jackets manned the sides and thrilled at sight of the home shore. Twenty thousand people, American men, women and children, lined the shore, the boulevards, the breakwater and the pier, their hearts too full for cheers, their heads uncovered, and watched the majestic spectacle, the arrival of America's Messengers of Peace. Governor (Jillett and the members of his party watched the approach of the fleet from the veranda of the hotel. Gathered on the veranda were also the wives and mothers of many of the officers of the fleet, many of whom had journeyed across the continent to meet their men in blue. Other guests of the hotel watched the fleet's approacb from positions of advantage. Citrus Avenue We do the best repairing and use the 'nest material in the market at the most reasonable prices. Satin- faction is guaranteed in every respect. If you give us a fair trial you will not regret it. We also carry in Mock every kind of rubber goods. I;K<>K<;K SIMKONOFF official welcome and greeting from the people of the State of California. Admiral Thomas made the format return of Gov. Oillett's visit at 7 :30 o'clock in the evening. Accompanied by bis staff officers, his launch made the trip from the Connecticut to tho Coronado pier, foil lowed by launches carrying the other senior officers of the fleet. Brilliant is tho adjective best describing the banquet tendered Rear- Admiral Thomas and the senior officers of the fleet in the breakfast room of Hotel del Coronado at 8:l!0 o'clock following his return visit to the governor. The tables were arranged in the form of a half circle in such manner that there was no obstructive view. There were twelve tallies in all. Each was decorated in banks of flowers and HOI i lux. Tho room itself was beautiful, draped with tho national colors and tho colors of the state. Hundreds of tiny electric globes in all colors added to tho splendor, of the scene. At tho close of tho banqnot Mayor John P. Forward of San Diego presented to Rear-Admiral Thomas a handsome cut glass and silver set as a token of personal appreciation from the fleet reception committee, NAVAL P.UJADE. One hundred thousand people witnessing arid taking part in the greatest naval parade of years a city till ed throe times over by the advent of I bluejackets and visitors arche* ot } triumph and welcome a brilliant ' jumble of national and .stale color* enthusiasm unbounded -tears and cheers marl ial music the eounti y's defenders of the pint on nca and laud the modern bugle -the ancient, but ever nueet, life and drum a maelstrom of appreciation, of welcome, of civic and martial deep regret because nf the al i one dear to the American in town ' the brave, Kvans. This spectacle witnessed on W( lines-day in San Diego, the city whn-.f. land locked harbor has no peer in I he world. Five thousand men f! [u ide senco of pr-opli!, vsa.s the lastly, the true greatness of tho country that can build and maintain such an organization — such was tho scone expressed, and the lesson taught on Sau Diego bay at noon on Wednesday. From tho first step, nt the foot of D street, to tho last movement iu the city park, were tho thousands of uniformed sailors formed in deep ranks of motionless discipline, tho march was a thing of triumph iu tho glory of the American navy, and weleoiue to the men who had manned its very flower in the history-making cruise from the shores of America on tho Atlantic to the shores of America on tho Pacific. So long \V»s the parade that it took the procession an hour ai.id a half to pass a given point. So many were the features of tho greatest parade in tho history of tho American navy, that it would indeed be difficult to mention all, but it can safely be said that the sight of the perfectly drilled sailors, moving like clock-work as they maneuvered into platoons, was by no means the least of these. The most magnificent social event of the week wag, of course, the grand ^^^^ the fleet iu the ballroom of the Coronado Hotel on Wednesday evening. Almost one thousand people thronged the parlors of the hotel and the ballroom. Beautifully gowned ladies and uniformed officers promenaded tho verandas. The galleries of tho ballroom were thronged by hotel guests who gave up dancing to witness the brilliant naval sceno from the place of vantage. Tho ballroom waa appropriately decorated with national emblems. Music for tho ball was furnished by the marine band of tho flagship Connecticut. DISTRIBUTION OF FLEET AFTER REACHING SAN PEDRO. San Diego.—Flag Lieut. Castlo- man of tho Flpgsliip Connecticut, aide to Rear-Admiral Thomas, gave tho following official program for tho distribution ol! tho fleet in Los Anueles waters: First division at San Pedro- Flagship Connecticut, Kansas, Vermont, Louisiana. Second division at Long Beach Flagship Georgia, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Virginia. Third division at Ocean Park Flagship Maine, Ohio, Missouri, M innesota. Fourth division at Kedondo Alabama, Illinois, Keursarge, Kentucky. The fleet will leave Sun Diego promptly al ti o'clock Saturday morning and proceed out to sea until a cnnsideruble distance, from the coast i of Sau iJiffju count y. Turning, the (leet, will [iass along the coast iinl.il opposite Laguna Beach, then the shore will be, approached and HID entire licet in squadrons of tour will sail in parade to Sau Pedro in full view of the coast to*us. According to schedule Ihe fleet should be olf Balboa isnd Newport, shortly before 'J o'clock, and, piihHiiu Long licach about .'I o'clock, iirru ing at, S;in Pedro and disperse about. '! :'iO ri. in. F. E. WOLFARTH , , Jeweler , . Large and complete .->t'<ck of everything in the line. Repairing of all kind-i. Fine watch v.-ork a specialty. Citrus Avenue Oovina from Hixt'-en inons'ers of the . u uitliin oni; hour, forming ii: linr ai maiv.hinjj away Ituou^li tli<; city, ' they would havu matched h^il 11> ht-ard the call for aid fr t ion's citi/ei'S in danger. (,f people crov, (ling tli" V, It lie-nil] i .-I I H II I .'. reali/M I 1 tol, V.I, the A el la g the act hon.e seen in time, o n of v. hat the i it. it.i discipline, re of the. uat ion, NON-PARTISANS CARRY DAY Entire Ticket Elected by Good Majority on Tuesday. The election on Monthly \\I\H a .signal victory for the ticket of tho business mini's iion-pnrtiaiin caucus. It. \VIIH 11 hard fought battle, the heaviest, vote in the product, 'J0'2 out of H possible '174 being polled. Before the polls opened ut, (1 o'clock in the morning there was n lino of voters standing from the polling plnco into the Htreot waiting to vote before going to work. The platform of thn victorious ticket wns "Progress, business economy and clean govornmoTit., '* and the endorsement which tho enl.iro ticket received at tho polls nniHt ho gratifying to till, Tho successful candidates were: Trustees— E. JI. Liihoo, K. P. Wnr- ner, L. L. Rutekin. Marshal— T. A. McCormick. Clerk A. M. Pence. Treasurer- — W. M. Gri.swold. Number of voto.s .received by tho candidntes of all tickets: TniHtoos- — E. P. Warner, 150; L, L. Kulak in, 140; E. H. Lahee, 1U3; Roht. Cronshaw, 122; R. C. Pollard, 122; (J. W. Coolman, 118. Marshal— T. A. McCormick, 140; I. C. Fairly, 120. Clerk— A. M. Pence, 200; A. Wnr- ner, 51. Treasurer — W. M. Oris'' Cal. re.i|,o/i,itii!ity it.-, The Argus would call the attention of its readers to the "May D«y Mo-.i eal Festival" to he given by (lie, Co vinii High School orchestra, band and eh'iiiiR, under the leadcrnhifi of Prof. F. A. Fit/'ieiald, on Friday even ing, May 1, in the Womans Club in Ihe na lloir-.o. it will he a great musical Thoii-aiidi Meat to our c.it i/cns and a crowded dc>-k-, and hou.-e is already assured Tick els thing that aie f,0 cents sli-'iight and must, he i I -a'-e a nM-ived at (,'lapp.'-i drug st'.ie. .:.'. v -lai.d- The hand con-.i-,!s of 'JO piece-.,, n.i ana lo oicheitni '^~i pieces, witi/i a cliorm ol Ihe. greiit 7."; v . ice-,, a-->i.-ited by several excel i-iii r v and lent soloi.-.ts. Strnnge as it may sooni, IB ballots were thrown out as spoiled, being all marked with pencil instead of a stamp. Thirteen of these wore straight tickets (or tho caucus candidates. Ten Acres Sell (or $25,000.00. 82f>,000 WHH paid thin week for n ten acre orantro grove on Rowland avenue owned by MJHH Li '/./in Christie. Tho purchitHCir ift an eastern man, J. 13. Mulvoy, and the Halo waw made through tho agency of Pollard & HutllllillHOIl. Tho place in planted halt to Valen- ciiiH and half to nuvcl trees in full hearing. Tho Valencia crop now on tho Ireen, which are heavily loaded, in included In the wale. This grove for several yearn IIIIH paid a good net intorcHt on 9:10,000. The lla/./ard A Welch Realty Co. reports tho Hale of 20 eaniH of oranges located on CypreHH avemx , owend by U. M. FreoH, of Chicago, In a syndicate oumpoHed of M. H. AHchenhmimtr, Goo. W. Anclien- ht'onner and It. A. Welch, for a 0011- HidrTiilii.n «if 8 Hi, 000. Thi) phico is planted to navels, HweelH and Valen ciiiH. It !H excel I mill y located, ad joining thn properly of I Jr. Thome, Ini 1 the trees have been neglected for Hume linn. One yeai'H cure, how ever, will make thin a splendid orchard. I'). W. Van Auken IIUH purchami a rcHitlenco lot on Italia Hti'oel, just west ut Second H! reel. Remains Taken HaHt. Tim remains of Henry (iahring, whn.se tiagio (Icutli was chronicled in bint. \\f:ek'H Argun, \vere taken Kant to Fort. Wayne, Ind., for burial on Mnn I day. Thny were accompanied by Hie! (ieccuseil'H father in Jaw, W. A. l.am- ley. «(i Sunday Hfteniijui) funeiai; i-crvice.-. were ln-ld at the n Hidcuci- of. Mr. n nd Mrs. Lin/iley on I Je\lcr !itr<:<:l by the Cev. W. (',, Oouley. ! 'J'lll: deceased Was U Jligllly |CS|,eel ed fflilll and widlrHpl'l 111 h-.VIfipillhy IH fell lor the three, little, orphan child ifn v, tin mi- left. They will continue to make their homo v, ilh theii grand jiaienlH, 'AJIti whom they l;;.n- ic'-.id cd since the death nt their molhir. The Ayu-a Womaiin Club v. i 11 give a i-i,nci-it al Ihe A/.nsa Opiia lions'-, May 7, I'.ifif,. 1'iogiam of old lavoiile Hi.ngs, reading-! arid '. iolin number-, |..<:al ;»ili v >ts. Tickets at. Thomrj-i'i drui' stoie, A/usa. i 'l',i\i tiar nsr, Will Close All Day Tuesday, Apr it 21st See this space noil Safe anfc ITntelUgent Service Wlicn you have :in account with the 1'Mrst National Bank, you arc not only assured of absolute safely for your funds, but you will at all limes receive that intelligent and oblitfiii{, r service which is so important in Ihe 'transaction of your banlcin^' business. Your account, subject to your check, is respectfully invited. «f icitol Capital $50, Odd. :: Surplus 330,000 t /-/•/•/ / / f f / ••/ f "Man mil fit cat ... It is quite as necessary that you should eat yood food as that you should read fjood books, listen to (jood frm.v/'c 1 , ht'.ar (jood sermons, and look upon heautifiil picture.';." t-tiriin cOun lirt'. umlur yntir i)'n:ltiala USK (;A S COVINA VAI.LI-.'Y CAS CO. Cilr iia A Ovfim: Hi •>!>

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