Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 4, 1908 · Page 7
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 7

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x GOVINA FURNITURE GO. FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF FURNITURE Of FLOOR COVERINGS SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE W. Q. CUSTER, Manager Yosemlte Valley. Yosemite Valley is now reached daily after short and pleasant trip via Southern Pacific to Merced. Yoscniitc Valley Railroad and 12 miles Hta^c ride. In forma (ion may ho had at Southern I'acitic oflir.e. BIG MEETING OF EDITORS Editorial Association Holds Convention at Long Beach. Over two hundred sat, down nt the. banquet of the SoiiUit7-ii dilit'orniii Editorial Association on Saturday evening at the Hotel Virginia, Long Beach, the closing event but one to a two days' convention held by the scribes in that city. Never did the Virginia have on a gnrb more beautiful, save, perhaps, on its opening sometime ago. The tables, arranged in an artistic manner, were beautifully decorated with flowers, the color scheme being red and green. The speakers of the evening were assembled at the head table, which faced the other three long tables, and this allowed all the banqueters to hear with the greatest ease. On the center .table was a little newsboy doll, typically clothed. The banquet itself was carefully prepared, and was up to the standard of the Virginia management. The menu was an excellent one, and greater enjoyment was given the banqueters by thn Virginia orchestra, which rendered several selections during the evening, all of which were appreciated. When the banquet was finished, President P. E. Hatch in a few well chosen words introduced Mayor Windham, who made the address of welcome. After telling tho scribes that Long'Beach was very proud to have J, the pleasure of entertaining them, Mayor Windham spoke of the harbor prospects, and predicted big things for that city when the harbor close'] thn banquet. The other speakers of the evening were: J. P. Baumgnrtner. Hon. T. E. (iibbon, On. A. K. Chaflee, Lou I' 1 . Chapin and C. 1). Dnggett, " Dancing was then indulged in, and tho editors formally wound up their outing at quarter to twelve o'clock. Mont of them remained at the bench over Sunday, going to their homes early Monday morning. The officers elected for (he ensuing year are as follows: James Judsou Penny, Long Heacii, president; Mrs, H, (i. Tinsle.y, Pomojin, first vice- president; F. E. Unholl/'., Ontario, second vice-president; Edgar F. Johnson, secretary aiid treasurer; executive committee, J. P. Baumgartner of Santa Ana; C. J. McDcvitt, of Kaudsburg; Lou F. Chapiu, of Pasadena; H. G. Tinsley of Pomona; and H. A. Perkins, of Los Angeles. The next meeting place will be selected at a meeting of the executive committee in January. An invitation was accepted from the Imperial Valley Chamber of Commerce to visit, the valley the last week in October. "* The Virginia, Long Beach is completed. Mayor Winclham then spoke briefly of his experience iu this line of work, arid stated that he had grown up in it. His remarks elicited much applause. e President McDivit responded for the newspapermen, and his witty sallies had the banqueters iu laughter most of the time. Edgar Johnson, the toastmaster of the evening, was then introduced by President Hatch, nnd he introduced Senator Prank P. Flint, who spoke on the toast, "President ot the United States. " Senator Flint paid a glowing tribute to the chief executive 'of this land, and declared that he stood for everything which was righteous and progressive. "His policies and tho legislation that he has been directly responsible for have placed him at tho head of the statesmen of tho world. Ho has raised statesmanship and citizenship to a higher standard than ever 'he- fore and 1 regard him as the greatest constructive statesman in the world today. To him belongs the credit of the great Panama canal now in the process of completion, and which will unite the stormy and tempestuous Atlantic with the cairn and sleep-lulling Pacific. To him we owe the measures that have been and are being enacted for the irrigation of lands which have been unproductive, but which are now scones of profuse and bounteous vegetation. And if Theodore .Roosevelt says that Southern California must have the harhous that the people in this district are to eagerly longing for, then be assured that the harbors will no longer be a matter of speculation, but. will be an assured fact." Congressman MeLachlan was the next, speaker and the deafening applnuM; which greeted him WHH a glowing tribute of \\\~ popularity in Southern California. His toaHt was, "The I J ower and Duty of the Press," his talk teeming with praise for the houeiit, newspaper writer. These words were greeted with tumultuous applause, and for j-ome lime the guests '.',' uid ii.it let. T>;ii.sUna->tei • Johli.snn l!.t! ••i<\'\fi- the ni-'-.t speaker, because "I ;h'-n i:ai,d-clappiiiu'. The wi".ii--il .s|.fcri:h ot !.he evening v.a- ma e I v Mr. J. .J. Penny, v. h ain-cd'-.te-j ki (.[ the bhlujlH-leis in ii.arsol la-igliler. .M i.-. l'riin> sp'ike in: "TLt- .Ni-'^s| ii] er >* (iii.iih. : ' Ails the .-Ll-i-Il.-!)--!! ••! in i sj.eei'h, : .Uji''!i Police Pinch Naughty Virginia. Hotel Virginia, Lontr Beach's million dollar hotel'—-the most palatial coast hosterly in the world was raided Saturday afternoon at live o'clock by Chief of Police Thus. W. Williams and two policemen of that city. Guests of the hotel at the time included one hundred newspapermen of Southern California, gathered with their wives for a three days' outing at the seashore. The hotel management a few months ago was mailed a copy of Ordinance No. 100, the prohibition law of the city, when Chief Williams was under the impression liquors were being sold. No other warning was given at that time and none meantime. The raid Saturday followed on the suspicion of the police that tho prohibition law of the city was being violated. Manager Linnard has attempted to handle the question here as it is handled in Pasadena, where the three big hotels are permitted by public sutfrance to sell liquors to guests, although the city rceeives no revenue nor does it issue a table license. Chief Williams states that the law is on the books and will be enforced against all alike. About Teeth Mouth germs and acids gen- crated from food cause decay in teeth. The germs can be destroyed > Cft with' antiseptic oils. The acids can he neutralized with milk of magnesia. WALL PAPER BARGAINS Another carload just received. (rood Wall Paper one cent a roll. Kino (iilt Paper 5c a roll, licst Moire (.'oilinys 5c a roll. Ingrains, Raw Silks anil Varnished Tile.s. The Host PaUerns of tin Mak- Toothpaste is made with milk of magnesia as a base; antiseptic oils to destroy germs; aromatics for flavor; precipitated chalk as a polish. Use Boradent and add years to the life of your teeth. Al iH inttMt, K c»ll Tr»r G. W. MARSH Practical CARRIAGE AND AUTO fltainkr Shop opposite Postoffice COVINA 1'Vee sample hooks to everyb. >d\ . NK\V YOK'K YVAU, PAPKK C' ). Cor. Tenth and Main Stn., Plrnie K'JHl I,"s Angeles J. R. Conlcc Realty Co. Successors to Ht-adshavv Hros., 2.VS nradlmry Illdg. MONEY TO LOAN from private parties at a low rate of interest. City and country property for sale. Business intrusted to us will he given prompt attention. 7-21 KILL THE COUCH AND CURS THE LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. WOULD HAVE SHOT HIM. Quaint Story of Marshal Soult and Louiu Philippe. In tho reif,'n of Louis Philippe Victor Hugo was a frequent i!iid welcome guest at the Ttiilcries. Here is one of his anecdotes of the time ns t>/ld In Victor Hugo's memoirs: "A few days ago the king said to Marshal Soult in the presence of others, 'Marshal, do you remember the sk-go of Cadi'/.V " 'Rather, sire, I should think so. I swore enough before that cursed Cadiz, I Invested the place and was forced to go away as I had come.' "'Marshal, while you were before It I was inside It..' " 'I know, slro.' "'The cortes and the ISritisli cabinet offered me the command of the Spanish army.' " 'I remember, sire.' "'The offer v.as a grave one. I hesitated long. Hear arms against France? For my family it is possible, hut against my country! I was greatly perplexed. At this juncture yon asked me through a trustworthy person fora secret interview in a little bonne situated on the Corladura, between Ihe ol'y and your camp. Iio .MHI remember the fact, M. Marsha! :' "'Perfectly, sir. The day wa.i lixecl and the interview arramred.' " 'And I did not turn upV" " 'That is so. 1 " 'J)o you know why'/' " - I never knew.' " 'I will tell yon. As I was preparing to meet you the commander of the F.ngiNh squadron, apprised of UK; matter I know not how, dropped upon me hni«qi!ely and sv.'irned me that I was libout lo fall into a trap; that. Cadiz being im]il(-gl>able. they (Je paired of Fely.i.'>g me, but that at CnrladMra I wouid be arrested by you; that Ihe em- j.eror wished to make !he I'm- le;:ns a second volume of the d'Kirj'hein, and (ha! .von won! i me ;;hc.t i i:'-'Ian I !y. There, really. t-<\ the Ling, wilh a smile, ',\our J, N. WILSON The Blacksmith With the most skillful mechanics and the best equipment we can do your work in the most workmanlike and best manner in shorter time and at a reasonable cost to you. We also carry a line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Etc, and if you are thinking- of purchasing- a vehicle os any kind we invite you to call and look over our line and talk the matter over. We will guarantee you a square deal and save you a few dollars besides. Select Your Route TOURIST CARS To the EAST Via New Orleans, El Paso or Ogden Personally Conducted Tourist Excursions from Los Angeles to New Orleans, Washington, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Paul and other points in the Mast without change of cars. Through the wanner climate of the South, with its rice and cotton fields; or over the route of the Pioneers of '•!'), aud across (Ireat Salt Lake—"going to sea on n train." I). Ji. SCHKNCK, Agent. Covina Home phone M4 or O. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona Home phone M; Sunset Main TO Southern Pacific Los Angeles Oflice, (>00 S. Spring St., corner Sixth Clarence Allison Building Contractor Plans furnished for all kinds of building's. COVINA, CAL. Glendora Furniture Store Attention Please! • If you are in need of any house furnishings it will pay you to get prices of us before buying. We have the goods, all kinds, and at very low prices. We can save you money if you will give us a chance. Phone us about window shades. See us about Undertaking and Embalming Latest Methods Everything guaranteed as represented. Goods delivered anywhere in the valley free of charge. e c e €> iial rem •• !i;ed s replii-d: 'N on.i e ;. on.' er.-a lion u a .lli-l' U;e In: •_'. :M,.| Ih A. SBIM ~~S 1 'KOI 'KI rCTOK Phone 166 0000000000000000

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