Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 9, 1908 · Page 8
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***###**####*###•"*##, I Social UUws Tho .yonn« pcoplr; of Kev. H. W. White's Hntiflny -school chisH f>f the Alothoflist Churnh to (lie number of 8-Jfl.y held n delixfifful fiocial in the t'.hurch {lurldr on Tuesday ovotiiiiK- T I'hp. t.jnifj pHHSfifJ f|niekly in phiyiriK . Nilri. |{r.'frf!Hlinif:nt.H of " ||f l f ' ; 'kf! wore served, LiKiie.s' Ouil'l of Holy Trinity held a nonial nttnic.r\itu> in Hie rnc.t.ory on Thursday nflfirnooii, '•»hc,n (.hoy had tlie. privilege nf hf.ar- in>r a Hl.irrinK addrohs by Mrw. I'allis- ?«>r, president of tno million Ntudy i-Iawcfi of thfi diorif'se, on UK; "Minih- t.»»rin<? WoTnc.n of tho New '/'eHtamenf,. " live <;rearn find <:akf! were served. Mr. and Mrs. Hhearor met. with a cumplfite Hiirprise on Tur^day even- inn lafil. when fricriflu from the J'ros- -Viylftrian (Jhurc.li t.o tho number of 'fifty f<avf! them a hoiinc warming to t-elobrato tho opening of thoir heiinti- t'nl now homo on Hadillo Hlrc.el,. Tli« part.y met, at, Ilir; homo of MrH. '()}iHvi<:r and entered the Hh oarer rri.si- "loricxi sin«iriK "Home, Hwer;t. Homo. " ..\t. a lalo hour ico cream and cakf; bountiful home of Mrn. I. I. 'C»f»k wan UK- Hceno of n K'l.V puffy on •'.Saturday nvonitiK IIIH!., when the Heii- sor C.IUHH of tho hi^h HC/honl erileilain •<;<] I bo Junior*. Tim IIOII.HO was ar- >tiHf.icully decorated with ro^en and about forty of the you/i^ people were nrcfmnt. (James and rniiHic filled Hie «• veiling wifli jollity, chief amount f.ho former bt.'ini; that, ot Nilo, I'm 1 •wbirh Myra Burpee iind Waller .•\Hdhenbrcnncr won the pri/eH. All •*nrnvc,d a circle round thn eo/y lire which b'a/ed in the birj.(c fin; place ;in<'i ice cream nnd cake wore nerved •:it, :i late hunr. Monday Afternoon Club. A inoHt on.joyable HCHSJOII wan that •«>f the. Motnluy Aflwtioon (Mub this •wnok and the me.mherB won: out in 1'nll forco to share in the enjoyment, of tho children, who worn «n- torlained with a recoplion, thn ar- rnngiMnnnl.H of whirih woi'o in tho Jitindfi of MfH, JO. P. Wuruer. MTH. Warner wolcotnod tho children with a fow well chosen wordu and introduced Nome of the j "olub bnfoloH " The only •eiruuniHtaneoH wore l.hn absence of &ho club tmhy pur o.'icollenco, litllo Mury JOii/ahoth JlarriH, tho pro.ni ••rtnul'H daughter, who wan nnablo to 1>n pI'O.HDIll. Owill|4 (.0 III!) illllCHH of llCI' mother, and of Donald Warner, \vlio \vikH unable thruuuh an atlaek nf mumps In play n piano HO!O wliich it liin talenled litl le musician had prc- jjumd, and to take part in thn May polo drill. Tlio MiH«c-! Muriel and Loraiue UmniH NIIIIK u duet very nwcc.t.ly and rortpondcd with an encore, and .Mar tfcry ('lark played a piano Holu. Th« ovmit of the aft.ortiuun WUH i.he .Maypole drill. Twelve little IIO.VH • and n\r\H in Hpolle.HH while, trained i>y tho MIHHCH Doyle anil VVidney, ntudu a pleasing npeclacle as they Twirled and bowed and tripped with •dainty Hte(iH around the Maypole. Ino cream and <:ainly wero nerved to tho children in May biinlfctN. Thin afternoon at •_!:!!() o'clock •prompt, there will he a rookery dem 'rtiiHtniHon by MJHH lla/y.ard, There •A/ill nlso be a program at It p.m. on Monday next,, under Ihn leadership .if Mrs. Coitle.y, who will reiul a pa •per on "Woman's < Jhl lent binn to Her Home," ThM \\ill be followed by Jjuiu" round (able disoiHsiinnH on ''The JtiM'iplinn of the Nome," "The Sani tuition of the Home,' 1 and "The -Ainns"mentH of t.lw Home,'' \nuler T.ho leadership of MIH. .\|wood and th<> Mi.sseH llawkri anil U'ldney re «pccJ ivnly. (Jowans of Kedlanils, a charm Hinder, vii'e president of I he it (Mnh and leader of the Choral Society of that city, will lavor the i'.lnb with vocal NidnH. IRWINDALIi. Andrew and Henry N'mKon ot I. » .\U'^e-les «»•:•!• utirst.-' this \\eek of .Mrs. Irwin ami family. Mis^ Amice llrallon has Icti (his vini-k to upend some time at the home of her ni-iler in Whilt ier. ,). II. Simpson and sisti'v from Winiiipci;, "nd Miss Mary .Simpson, an* HpcndiiiK a tew ila.sn in lied lands. Mr. l-'anst, uho has been livinu mi the Crow plare, bic-. ret nrh.'d fi.'in iJakerslleld, whero he h.i.-i lici-n b ^k ittti At land. Socnro your .soata early foi the •fileii Club ( ntei lainim ill. a ri-piiinled and revarn i-liei| fi.UO tip. Smii'Vs #ti.Ui' up. $11). 00 up. (i. W. Murah. COOLED THE ADMIRAL An Answer For Which :ho High Offieial Was Unpre.iarcd. ftoln^ into a port «here tlir? wnfer wa:< very deep Itlo .Fanelro, I helleve relaten Captain A. T. Mahim, the ehnln ealiles "Kot away," as the expre.'Slo^n lit, control v, as los.l, nnd HhaeUle after '•(hackle tore out of the hawse holcH, leaplni; and ll>nm]iii,x, rallliiii,' and roarliu,'. Th<« admiral was on deck n! the moment, and wlien ihe chain had been at, last flopped and v -eciired h" Raid lo tile, captain: "Allied, send foi the yotinjj man In charge of Iho.-e chiiin.s and (five him a i/ood settlnu down. Ask him what he means b;. IciMntf (inch tldn^s ha|:pen." The of fleer was sent for. and soon his 'pie. • tioninn bine even appeared over th' halch coaming. Ali'reil v as a m!l [fl'Mon and clearly did not li!;e Ijis j'i lie could not have co;ne up to the ad mlral'M slandaril. Tlie laller saw < and Intervened: ••[•erhaps yi»i had b • ler leave it. lo me. I'll setlle him. I''l.\!nj? hlrt eyes oil tlie offender, h' said sternly: "U'hat do yon mean b this, sir? Why In lila/.es did yon no slop that chain?" The culprit, looking fpiielly at liim, repll'-d simply, "Ilo\\ In bhr/.en could IV" Tills was a shift of \\ind for which the admiral wa'- unprepared, lie was taken Hal back After a moment's hesitation he turned to the captain and said meekly, yet with evident co'.iMeionsne;w of a cheekmale: "Thai's true, Alfred. How the blaxes could he'.'" OBSERVANCE OF EASTER. Discrepancy In Computing the Date Not Correctsd Until 1752. The olmcrvaneu of Kaster dates back to about the year (iH, at which lime there? was much conleiilion amontf the o.'islern and western churches as to vvliul. day the festival should lie oh- served. It was finally ordained at (lie council of .Nice In Hie year .'!-'•"> that it musl be observed Ihi'onuhoiil the Chris- Han world on the same day. This decision settled Ilia! Kasler should be kept upon the Sunday lirsl after (he fourteenth day of the first, Jewish month, hut no general conclusion wits arrived at as to the cycle by which the festival was to be regulated, and some churches adopied one rule and Home aiioiher. Tills diversity of nsaif was put an end lo, and (he Roman rule making Kaslcr Hie first, Sunday after Hie fourteenth day of the calo.M dar moon was cslahllshi'd in Kne;land In (if!!). After nine centuries a (Ks crepancy In tin; keeping of Kastor 4va« canned by the authorities of Hie Kn:;- i.lsli church deellnini; to adopt the n.-f- oruiallon of flu; Uregorlan calendar In ir>S2. The difference was settled In 17."li by the adoption of the rule which makes lOntUor day always Ilio Hr.-tt Htinday afUir tho full moon which ftp- pears on or next after the twenty-first day of March. If tho full moon happens 11(11111 a .Sunday, lOiiHlcr IH the Sunday after. (n tlio Laundries. Troy Ut the tfrealesl of collar, cuff find .shirt IOWIIH. Tlicrefon; It. Is well c'lulppcd wMli laundries. In these In- .•.HlUliolis Hie Mcflioillsls provide tho !lre, the li.vplisis Hie waier, the Presbyterians 'he bluing and lip; Kplsco- iinilans the starch. New York Press. The man who believes hl.-i friends wld support him in Ids adversity cun l:eep from having Ids f:ilih shaltcrod by no! liccomln;; the posncssior of nu C.lllHH cllickl'H llOIH!, 100 Ib.H. iJ'J.no. Han (Jaluiel Valley Milling ('ompany. Wanted Hoard and room for two in private family. Leave address at, lllce.. It Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Keofer anil family are now occupyine; their new homo un Park Place. I'minn the week the (imidni^ht p 'ol room has moved inlo the center room of tho Co\ ina hoii.se. Mr. end Mrs. I,. II. Schnll/, who have been touring Kovenil eastern staten, have been HpondiiiK the past week with tho latter'* brother, K. (\ and A. 1). Sievvort, before return iiiK to their home in Salem., (),-CL'OII. Krederick Slerlim,', \\lio passed a liovjus cheek 1.11 \V. It. Hroadwoll sevnral weeks a^'n, has been arrested and is now in I lit 1 county juil. The mini has been making a practice of Uorkinc; the meiidiauts of I he riiuitMy to\\ns mid a liillulicr of siinilai charges can hi- piaceil against him. He w 111' proliabl y receive a term in I III' | I'll II I'M I Irll'V. The sti'i eo |;t icon Icclnies li\ tl:e b'ev llai i y While ill the Met hodi.-t ('hui'ch on Sunday evenings are at tiauliiiK \\iib' attention. l.asi Sun day evi'iiiu^ the church was crowded to the doors The lecture on that CSOIMH^ dealt entirely with the u..ik of tho deaconesses in ('hica^u. The picluies told, Hi.He ^nipluca II \ than it is possible \\ilh ssurds, the .spb-n did work (hut is licini; dom- by tlnse e. t,d uoini'ii in in in istri i n^ [<> | he mi! <>i lunate • t tluU and >.\h<-» ciiiis uheir |o\irly, mist'oi i uac and ,-^in exist in their wool firm. The he luics ale t.oth itlsti iu'l ii f hlid i nlt'i ta Reo lutomoMles any of the many K<:<> owners About Teeth Mouth germs and acids gen- JTflK CAR OF SKRVICE crated from food cause decay in i teeth. The germs can he destroyed with antiseptic oils. '' The acids can be • neutralized with milk of magnesia. PRICKS Touring Car with top, Jl-MO.OO Keo RoaiJst^r. 20 h. p., £11 no.00 Reo Runabout, SToo.OO Also agents for Wayne "30" 4-cvlinder and Kissi:b;;ir. (iet a demonstration before buying'. REO Oarage COVINA Tooth Paste s is made with milk of magnesia j as a base; antiseptic oils to de-1 stroy germs; aromatics for flavor; j precipitated chalk as a polish, j Use Boradent and add years i to the life of your teeth. At til Tr«r , 2S cnt* Financial Representative Wanted. A f,os Ati^eles Corporation pursue ing an exceed iiiK'l.y safo and profitable business, d^nircS a local rcprescnta'.ivc of standing and ability to act as its rcprcMC-ntaiivc in securing subscriptions f'jr its capital stock, payable at one linn; or in monthly payments. Not only will liberal commissions be paid, but successful men will soon secure nalaricd positions. Af'drt's-s or cull upon HKNKY M. MCDONALD, Prcs. 100 Security Building, Los Angeles, Gal. si A C* II ' /<>r y° lir property, real I /V ^V M eslate and business ^'•'**^** chances, anything salable. Someone, somewhere wants it at your price. We have the buyer or can '(iiicklv find him. We al.so want to hear from inventors. We can help " r±:S INVENTIONS Write us today. L-OS ANC,KL:<:H INVKNTIOX AND INVKSTMKNT CO. 4S1-2 Piu'ific 1'Jectric lildg , Dept. C., Los Angeles THE NEW IRambler /\utomofc>ilo Better than ever. Better than any, regardless of price. We can "show you." See local agent or W. B. COWAN 830 S. Broadway, Los Angeles Agent for Southern California IF YOU WANT ANY PAINTING KALSOM1NING OR PAPER HANGING done, see tne before you let your job. All work ffiiarantced and prices reasonable. Phone 51. Jahnsan & INigg BLACKSMITHS ftlacksmithing sf all Kinds Shop on Citrus Ave O. W. MARSH Practical I CARRIAGE AND AUTO Ipaintcr Shop opposite Postoffice COVINA Celebrated Kentucky Jack at the Chapman Heights Ranch A limited number of burses and stock rrreived for nasture. toss, Saddlery and Supplies for Horse and Stable The right goods at the right price. COVINA HARNESS & SADDLERY CO. Phone Home 1170 C. H. Kistler mm MUKHISOH BROS., Props. All kinds of hauling and Furniture Moving. Specially prepared to move pianos I'KOMI'T SKKVICK. PKICKS KU'.HT. iillice on Citrus Ave. (OVIOd, Cdl. Homo IMi.'iu' lort James Corbett General Bleiok.smitHing All kinds of general and heavy ftlacksmithing. We nuuiul.u-iure Kidgers, Orange Hacks a:\U Box Presses IMorscshoeiriQ a Specialty Home Phone 6i Shop VVesf Badillo St, Cavina Covina French Hand Laundry Kerran A Co., Props. ALL \VOKK DONK HY HAND I.ace curtail «, fine silks, flannels and lace giKii'i.-i, our specialty. AH worlt c.Uleil for anil delivered. Satisfaction is guaranteed. If you give us a fair trial y»u will not regret it. ««-» f T j 1 TO CATALINA Swift Service Via Southern Pacific Last Outward Landing; First Homeward Landing jt San Pedro, INQUIRE OF AGENTS D. B, Schenck, Agent. Covina I'lume 144 *> Good Groceries We carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries. Our vegetables are the best to be had. Our leas and coffees are excellent. A large stock of canned goods, pickles, olives, hams, bacon and bakery goods. Try our butter. The Depot Grocery ROT3T. CRENSHAW, Prop. Clarence Allison Plans furnished for all kinds of buildings. Building Contractor COVINA, CAL. w \ Shopping in lios Angeles? TAKE LUNCHEON AT COULTER'S CAFE You will find it very conveniently located, first-class in every respect, with a la carte service at modest prices. Coulter Dry Goods Company Broadway, Between Second and Third, Los Ang-eles HOME BAKERY In Its New Home that has no equal WHOLESOME, SWEET, APPETIZING Pies, Cakes, Hot Rolls O. GRINER, Prop. Barn Phone 240 Res. Phone 198 CITY LIVERY STABLES C. F. SMITH, Prop. Feed and Sale Yards in Connection Fast and Gentle Horses, Careful Drivers Stylish Rigs W. Badillo St.. on the new electric line. COVINA, f J. W/. KEERER C Proprietor of the !| COVINA LIVERY STABLES ^A< Home Phone M). Covina, Cal. J. C'. Thompson fflffllHS. WARia & THOMPSON Re-ol Orange Groves, Walnut Orchards, Alfalfa and Walnut Lands. Covina and Baldwin Park Lots Selling Agents E. J. (Lucky) Baldwin's Lands H«i:ie Phone OfHee Baldwin Park COVINA. CAL.

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