Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 16, 1909 · Page 3
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The Covina Argus COVINA, CALIFORNIA. Entered at the Postoffice Covina, Cal. t as second-class matter. Published every Saturday by the Covina Argus Publishing Company, Inc. J. L. MATTHKWS Publisher SUBSCRIPTIONS: On« Year in advance Six Months Three Month* Single Copies 11.50 .7S ,50 .05 ADVRRTISRMRNtS: Display advertisement at reasonable rates. Prices on application. Changes made as per contract. Liners 5c per line each insertion. Legal notices $1.00 per inch first insertion, 50 cents each subsequent insertion. COVINA, January if,, 1900. JUBILATION. There. h.'iH been fin ex|ireHKioii of jubilation iliHtiiK'f.ly riot.H'e.'iMe iifnin the fefit.iircs of every man eneoimtere'l upon our Ht. rents this week, for (he r.'iin which IISIH been quietly ;in<l Hof'tly falling iluriiitf the liint Heven ilayrt speaks eloquently of glorious eropH ,'ind bulging pocket liookK. 'I'he rains of the |>,'IH(, week have lieen Home of t.he 'nioMt, beneficent, that, liftvv: ble.HHP'l fhis country for the hist, ten yearn, being HO gentle flint the hind lias lir-f-n tililt; to flb.iorh it. ,'IH it, fell, iiii'l HO warm that, there |I;IH bee.n no ilang'T of chilling even the, tin/CHt, root- letH. The nmniint of precipifnl ion for t.lie. Htorrn has beerl H.fiO incheH, triiiking u total this M-ason of 7.'<iS inche.H. The Htoriu haw extended over n, very largi! area, reaching from the I'ao.ifle, ('Mint, to the MiHHiHffippi Valley, and from Canada to the Gulf of Afoxir.o; arid while tho cold haH been intense in the Middle Western Htat.eH entailing much suffering and in many I-UHCH deatli to irinn and beaut,, and the heavy KNOW fulls in (.In- iiionnl.aifiK of the, Northern Pac.ific States Imve caimed nnie.h darn- age and threatens scrinim (loodH; yet, in thin favored land of Southern California it,n nft'w.t guariintficH abundance and prosperity nlonn. Not, only will it, shortly convert this valley into a 1'anulisfl, clothing it, in a iniintlo of living green from the springing crops of cerealH and burdening t.hn evening air with the sweet, fragrance of the orange blossoms and the perfume of millions of roses, but. it will attract, to our vales of perennial Hummer, thousands* of the dwellers in the more rigorous regions of the north and east, to augment our population, to add to our wealth, and reveling in our brilliant sunshine, to announce to the worIA that this land well merits its glorious mime of Golden California. the scenes tindr-r our r-yf-fi in San Francisco, where a new city vastly greater and more imposing than that, which wns destroyed in 1900 in rapidly rising. Incidents like the immediate dian'tter in Italy have this value, namely, they «Mr the heart of the world and tnnrl to develop the tenderer Rentiments of humanity. The r.osf. i« indeed great,, but it is worth something to the world in its moral character to suffer as it 1ms suffered during the past ten days and to hold out ai) it has the hand of a bountiful Providence.—'Argonaut. The death of "Father Morton," founder of Han Difigo, removes from Southern California at the ripe age of ninety.two years one of the most prominent, as well as one of the most benignant, of the California pioneer THC.C. Father llortori more than forty years ago bought, eight, hundred and eighty acres on the shores of Han Diego Hay, where the city now stands, at, twenty- six cents an acre. He was a man beloved by the people for his sterling ehnracter, The enterprising little town of Covina. has just let the contract for a new Union High School. Its arehiteetural design is very much after the [dan of t.he Soulh Pasadena school but. suffers considerable by comparison as far as the imposing magnificence of the two buildings is concerned. When the lawn i.f put in around the local building it, is safe to H;IV that it, will be. the most, beautiful .Hc.hool structure in the county. Month Pasadena Record. ./list, wait until we are through. Senator Thompson of the .'55th District has been appointed upon the following committees by Lieutenant (iov- ernor Porter: Committee on ('/'ducation, Committee on Irrigation, Committee on Judiciary. A TERRIBLE RECORD. Tho disaster in southern Italy in only the JdteHt in a series of entac.lymnH which linvo Khockml nnd wrecked Nic.i- ]y, dnln'Mn, and nd.jucent, regions periodically since, tho dawn of hiwtory. To K<> no further back than tho CliriHtiuo era. we read of the destruction of Pom- jicii n lid Ilerciilancuin in (he Noepoli- tnn district in the year 7!). Caftaiiia in Hlclly, (U1U of the cities overwhelmed JjisL weiOi, was buried in n.!i"» i" Jl't" Vritii fi loss of 13,000 people. A little, later, in I MO, Hie city of (Jalabrin WHH overwhelmed by a tidal wave. In M. r i(! Naples WIIK visiled by an earth'|iiake which killed .10,0(11) persons. A^ain, in H!'2(i, Niibles, with thirty nearby villages was devastated; loss $70,000. "I n Kl.'lS the cily of Calnbriii was a^ain (iverwhelnied with the loss of unnumbered thousands. In Hi'.Cl Ill'ly-four cities and Ihree hundred villages of Sicily, including Ciilanin, were shnkeli dowi'i with the loss of 100,0(10. In I7o:t live thousand persons were killed by an earlhi|iiake n(. A(|iiila, Italy, ami in 170(1 lil'teen thousand were destroyed at. Abru/./i. I'alermo, on th«' island of Sicily, was nearly destroyed in 17'-!(i with the loss of nix thousand lives. In I7s;t Messina and other Sicilian towns were terribly shucked, with Ihe loss of unnumbered thousands. In ISO.", six thousand were lulled in Naples and in JSl'.l (lenoa, I'nlermo, and Koine, with all the intervening re- fjion, were visited with a shock which destroyed multitudes. In April, IHItf), one thousand persons were buried under the walls of ('alabria by an earthquake and in October of the same year a litfh! er shock killed one hundred persons. In ISM Melti, in southern Italy, was thrown down, with the loss of 11,000 persons, ami in lsri7 the ill-faring <'ala- bria was a^ain shocked with vast loss of life. In more recent times there have been ninny earthquakes in the Mimn region. The whole of southern Italy wan violently shaken in 1SS1 and ii|{!iin in IKHit. Then was another and u comparatively li^ht shuck over the whole of southern Knrope in 1SS7, and su late as September, l!'o, r i. ('alabria •was ajjain liadly shaken, with the loss of five hundred. Only UNO years «K"i mi November 11. litilt), the ri'^iun about Vesuvius, including Naples, was devus- tuted, with the lush of one thoilsaiu lives. Siill a^ain, in Octolier, 11107, six liiindred pers HIS wi-re killed at Calabria. !n the seventy five years from 17H.'t to ls.";7 the kingdom of Naples alone lost over lio.mio inhabitants by earl h(|U,'iki-; an a venire <if l,">0o a year out of a popiilal in:: ol' li.iiiiii.iinn. record is a (eirible one, but it thai tliiil which has just b. en : | has manv historical counter- Thosi 1 wl;.i iruaiiiue that the ateil terrili'iv \\ili be abandoiii'd .1 human nature tn small HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Monday afternoon, January 11, a basketball game between the Sophomores and Seniors was played on the High School grounds. At, the close of t.he game the teams were tied, score H to 8. The Sophs resurrected an old, half-forgotten rule and because of this rub- plus a faulty decision, two points extra wort- allowed them, seen ring vie.- tory by a wore of IO to 8. A debate between the Freshman- Sophomore and Junior-Senior divisions of the classes in argumentation will bo held at the High School next Thursday, January 21. Question: "Resolved, That, the capitol of California should be removed from Sacramento to Berkeley." A well contested debate is expected as each division declares it/ will win and in working hard to secure the victory. A series of basketball games for tho championship of the High School will be played in the near future, before the opening of the baseball season. A championship banner will be presented to the class winning tho most victories. At present it seems that the championship lies between tho Hophornoro and Senior teams. However, the Freshmen and Juniors may develop unexpected Htre.ngt.li. It i:i certain that Homo "H/msy" games will be played before tin- championship is decided upon. The following IK tli? H^lmdule (subject to modification) of gaiiK'K lt> be played: Friday, Jan. li>, Sophomores \n, J''r('!).!) men; Monday, Jan. 1M, Seniors vs. Juniors; Friilay, Jan U!2, Sophomores vs. Juniurb; .Monday, Jan, !!,>, Seniors vs. Froslitncn. A new fad IUIH taken possession of e boys and is rapidly becoming a cra/r 1 . If a student wishes lo be regarded a live member of the school, he must, take up this fad. The following are Ihe operations he must K» through in taking il up. Kadi day upon arriving at school, he must trade one of his soi-ks with another student. (In Ihe Mr-it place it should be dearly understood that he is to wear only the ''sporliesl "' socks he possesses. Red, green or blue preferred.) After changing socks it is necessary thai he turn up his trousers u peg in order to properly display Ihe color values of his hosiery. Next he must go to another student of his class and change coals with him. If he wishes to lie especially ''classy,' 1 he may go diywn town to a milliner's shop and buy an untrim- uieil hat for 10 cents (red color preferred). This will add greatly, in fact it will be (he finishing touch of color, to his appearance. Then, anil only then, may he consider himself a progressive member of the High School, although he may look somewhat like this: RED The shows parts. lielllellll>i-r the ileli.'iti-. i '.I -. a . I. • II a \ S i iii in;!, : t l I In- \Vmnaii '-, i 'i,iii H..u> i 'i 11 la \ . \ r 11 i i 1 . ^. . 1 a u •.;- ' "• ' '' < '--in a u -.i-,- a-, u 11, T 1.1- v. i. I |.e : i:. !.'._; -ill .a'.i iil' i in- \ ear. AH 1'iil'l; lilMtV. CHARTER OAK. Mr. II. 0. Mace has returned from Arizona, where he has been spending a month with his son, Fred. Miss Lottie H to well \s spending the week with her cou«in, Mrs. Rice, at Alhamhra. Mm. Noie and daughter Helen of Berkeley, who have been spending ten days at the home of the former'g sinter, Mri. Henry Jenner, left yesterday for Los Angeles, Messrs. Ward and Johnson of Ban Dimas report the following sales this week: The Covina Irrigating Company selln to Messrs. Porch and Grower of Han Dimaa, 20 acres of unimproved land on Allen avenue, near San Dlmas. Price $2500. MTH. Craves of Los Angeles buys of .7. B. Yost his 10 acres of land, improved to young Vulenoias and dew- borries, on Gladstone avenue, Charter Oak, at a cash consideration of 85000. Mrs. C. Evans of Pomona has sold 10 acres navel oranges at Charter Oak to Messrs. Holt and Qualey of Los Angeles. Price SOOOO. She takes in pnrt pa.rrmmt a cotttige on West 4f,th Street, Los Angeles. Mr. Holt will build and reside on the Charter Oak property. Brave Fire Laddies. often receive severe burns, puttinp out fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salve and forget them. It soon drives out pain. For Burns, Scalds, Wounds, Cuts and Bruises its earth's greatest healer. Quickly cures Skin Eruptions, Old Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Felons; best Pile cure made. Relief is instant. 25c at C. F. Clapp's. Don't Get a Divorce. A western judge granted a divorce on account of ill-temper and bad breath. Dr. King-'s New Life Pills would have prevented it. They cure Constipation, causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the ill-temper, dispel cold, banish head aches, conquer chills. 2Sc at C, F. Clapp's. Christian Church: Bible-school 9:45, Preaching by the pastor 11; •object, "Working wlf,b God." Junior 3. Senior Endeavor rt:30. Preaching 7:30; subject, "Breaking the Chains." Good mnsio. A cordial welcome to all. Annual meeting and supper Thursday evening, Worship at the Baptist Church: Blble-achool 0:45 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the pastor. B.Y.P.U. 6:30 p.m. Topic, "The City of Destination. " Leader, Misa Bertha Followell. All are cordially invited to these services. Presbyterian services: Sunday- school 9:45'a.m. Preaching 11 a. in. by Rev. Robert Cleland, D.D., of Long Beach. Junior 3 p.m. Y.P. S.C.k (i::JO. Gospel service 7:30. Prayer-meeting Wednesday, 7 :30 p. m. All strangers and friends are most cordially invited to all these fiervioes. Paul G. Stevens, pastor. Services 5n the Church of the Holy Trinity—Second Sunday after Epiphany : Holy Communion 7:30 a.m. Sunday-school 9 :45 a.m. Morning prayer 11 a.m.; subject, "The Incarnation — the Starting Point of Missions"—the missionary work of the church. Evensong 7:30 p.m.; subject, "The Blessedness of Obedience." Methodist services: At the Methodist Church the pastor, Rev.' H. W. White, M.A., will preach at 11 a.m. on "IsGod Interested in our Prayers," and at 7 :30 on "Serving Mammon." Sunday-school at 9:45. Class meeting 12:15. Junior League 3. Intermediate and Senior League at 6:30. You are cordially invited to attend these services. We aim to make this a home-like church. Young Man You Are Wanted to join the army of regular savers—those who find it Safe and Profitaple to deposit their surplus cash each week or month in the Covina Valley Savings Bank. Every day counts to your advantage, so put you money to work promptly, and thus increase your income. 4 per cent interest paid. Accounts of $1 and up received. Covioa \Ddlley Savings $ank Covina, California ENDORSED BY DENTISTS— Euthymol Tooth Paste Buy it from W. W. NASH Prescription Druggist PHONE 12 COVINA, CAI,. ttaeeoooQaaaaa THE BROADWELL STORE H AVING purchased the general department store of J. A. Edwards of Hemet, the largest store in that section, we will place on sale our entire stock of boys' clothing and men's suits. SHOES Women's Patent Colt Oxfords 90c Boy's Tan Shoes $1.35 Childrens' Calf Shoes, $ to II $1.00 Women's Calf Shoes narrow widths only, $4.00 grade $1.50 Little Men's Shoes Acme Shoes $ 1.00 $3.00 and $3.50 All W. L. Douglas shoes reduced and many other special values. All Dress Goods at cost. $1.00 Hat Sale. All 65c and 75c Munsing Union Suits and Underwear 50c, All our Crockery 1-4 off All 50c Ribbon at half. Good Outing 4c. All boys' $2.00 blue Serge pants $1.35, Ladies' and Misses' Coats at cost. Women's Skirts at cost. If you owe us, kindly dig up; we need the money.

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