Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 6, 1909 · Page 1
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F. II. FABRICK PLUMBING F, H, FABRICK HARDWARE LEADING SAN GABRIEL\ALLE %/OL COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, MARCH. 6, 1909. PROFESSIONAL CARDS t)R. STEVENS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone 298—Argus Block Dr. Olincla K. Stevens Tuesdays and iTri J)R. J. C. GOODELL OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office, First National Bank Bldg-. Hours 9 to 4. Phones: Res. 250. Office 175. & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J, D. REED G. D. JENNINGS 8-10 a m 10-12 m 2-4 p m, 7-8 p in 4-6 p m Offices in Reed blk., Phone 40. Residence of Dr. Reed K. Badillo st. Phone 48; Residence of Dr. Jennings on Reynolds addition, E. Badillo St. Phone 299. COVINA, CAL. p t J.,CL,INE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, 1 to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal. £)R. W. W. SCHIFFMAN DENTIST Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. PHonel84 C. ;H. WEDGWOOD •"•' '-^ • ARCHITECT AND BUILDING CONTRACTOR Residence, Cienega, near Grand i?,F.D. box 204 Phone 3065 M'. PENCE ATTORNEY-AT-L,AW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 325-333-335 Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 " ,L,OS ANGELES, CAL, ISS ALICE WYNNE INSTRUCTOR OF THE PIANO Pupil of Calvin B. Cady— Chicago Conservatory of Music. •Residence, M. Cong-don, E. Badillo Ht. Phone H TOURIST HOTEL FORCOVINA? Eastern Manager Thinks Favorably of Badillo Street Property. W. N. Klberger. representing the owners of throe hotels in Lakowood, New Jersey, and Saratoga Springs, Now York, svas in Coviua twice this week in the interests of his hold syndicate, and although he made no definite stai enienl regarding the pin pose of his vi.?iis. it is known that llie management is seriously contemplating the- erection of several largo tourist holds in I hi; San Gabriel valley. .Mr. F.lbfr- ger has visited several towns In lite orange boll. 'Without stating his impressions of other localities he has visited, the hold man told a representative of the Argus that, he was more (ban favorably impressed with (be possibilities of Covina for the establishment of a modern hotel of moil- erale rates. That this visit was not n, casual one is borne out in tho fact that Mr. Elberger made a careful estimate of conditions In transportation and other matters before visiting the town. The property in Covina with which tlie hotel representative was most favorably impressed was the lot at the corner of Second street and Badillo, a parcel of property ISO feet by 120 feet, the latter dimension facing the Pacific Electric car line, and commanding the broadest view of the Sierra Maclre mountains of any location in the valley. The scenic effects were taken into consideration largely in the approval of this property, fdv ^^ b,otpl-sjt^j^jjj^jj though rewfe'ftts Jn Cdvina'liave grown the attractive station erected by the Pacific Electric railroad, and is situated in the most desirable locality of the town. The fact that eastern investment has been attracted toward Covina as regards the building of a pretentious hotel, has been known in an indefinite manner for some time, but the persons making negoliatious wen? not Identified until this week. Other inquiries for tho purpose of hotel building have been received in Covina. within (he past year, and it ran be sia'cd with good authority (hat i his busine'.v,-; will soon become a fad. COVINA 9, RIVERSIDE 7 » WE CAN FIND YOU : I A BUYER * F6r Orange Groves AlfaUa Lands or City Property Li.-.t ymir property with u». Covina Realty Co. * * •*• Citr'is nniBt-ry ht'.i-k f'/r sale. Cull Diane pboiii- ;ju••>.'). MI.IH-V to I'.au on apj.r'A til i'- : >l e-tiite. I!. J'-. Jii(J'.M'||, (11 uinJ 1 ;l ii. '•>'-' l'i,l' llelit '!'.» ii till liiiheil i I,, in-,, lii.-ht !-.' u-'l.e,-| u,t it (l(-ii>"l. Mi.-. .Miller. '!rj.^Hi lierKiiiiliii'. Jl'.fil. -. . c. !. .-:....-!. t -.•.- i .- •: ••• :• i'.ilill P.:!... \'/. • -I !." !..! - : !••• '•'••• - ' l illli HI I '' . I..- .': lleii i :: ' /,: :.'." '-!l 1 . .\ .-:' . accustomed to the magnificent panorama of the mountains on the north, it was one of the first things spoken of by the eastern representative, and especially is the view of Mount. San Antonio, or "Old Baldy" one of splendor as seen in. the winter months, blanketed heavily with snow, showing within the ga.--h made by the Dallon canyon. A morning room on the second floor with front; built entirely of glass would be a desirable feature of a hotel in this location, the eastern man thought, as Ibis would give an unobstructed view of the ^reat range on I he north. This property under consideration is at present owned by Dr. J. I"). Rood, and is covered with fine orange j roes in full bearing. In making preliminary investigations of Covina as a tourist town, Mr. Elberger staled ho found that the town enjoyed one of the fastest electric car services in Southern. California. "Never In my travels about ihr rnuntry have I enjoyed such accommodation in car corvice as 1 have since visiting Sou i horn California. You nry say for me with all Iho sttvngih you wish, Ihal I run very favorably Impressed with ibis country, a statement which may sound weak to you. but / don't know how to make it any sironge,. I boljevo. however, tli it our mnnapomoni can introduce r-cmo new ideas Into the methods of hold iu;-,:- agonioiil which will prove popular on this coast. If we decide io (-reel a holi'l ill Covina ii u ill 1101 b" lie onlv one of our luana'-'.-mom in Sum born California in -til probability, as the m-n- ler of a chain of holds :I'TOXS the eoii- tinent. has been in ihe mind.-; of iho eastern syndicate for soiii" time. I am convinced thai such a urvn as Covina may be undo ,i pavinv hotel lown lu summer iis veil :i-. wiliie:-. e-p'd;'!lv iis every inducement will i.o he'd oui IO OUI' eilslern wia'er i-i" -'•• to onlie 1 here ill llie doso o! Iho ! >i! •-•-.o.id S"'i- son, or lo putroni/o our S'li-ihe n Call fornla hotels i h' i i- p n i oi;t;d. .'• I i " • number of (,ur oi-.-;ie : -n LM;, ' V.IH > : III I'll] 1 I ,i, 'e',% ood hoU '' '''.I,,.' (- .' pioxiuiiiv iii \'o".- Yuri, d; . '.'h'.oh m;r In- |-e-iched ill four llOlil .-- ill' i id:.!!.', illl'l the;-.- '."i< '-.- ii '• I; 1 -!-' HI M - ' i> i 11, rdiii'h i'Hsni" - diii io- d-i "•• le'' i DO'A o;| -le.i lie- I I/V,) U-1 I-'!-' |, ' ,1 I ',1 I III! Ii i'l . ,'l-l| I ll-' pi i ''. il I iill'.' i ',! p: ' - '• ''I ill ' )j, • e;i - I .,' -e|i i - : o \i • il I j " ' -"i: 1 ''.'-' ( a lit'oi niii i.-. ie .1 de-.h : ' UK- M, i i: n 11 •• 111 I lie .-Illlllllel . .', h:e|i \\ " .U ' id 'I. \i\'n\ e Hi t i;' 1 lull' rii i". . ('I f e- H- -e ii ' I'll - I , \\i- i'\ |,eel Ihal Oill ):• ! . - i I "I U'j I! 1,1 ill 'he '•>• ill' ' 'I il i I- ' le- '':. ' U'ene . ••: il '•' I I, I oni'iioii! vi.'i; -:;,''• 'I i • iii -I .-.-I vi".- I'll I he P,.dPe I ':• e i K ,1 lid 'he Si ''I ' hei II \":i< ] '.:<• I : le ! , i ' ' MONDAY AFTERNOON CLUB. The ladles were out in full force this week to enjoy the pretty eomodl- oita gi\en by eight charming young ladii s, t'h.o Misses Anna ami \ !:• Key- nolds, Huby and Lola Koefer, .Mabel and Nellie Ilockorl, Mary fOiloge. fOlhd Howdl. Tho play, "Men Not Wanted" was rendered with much feeling and histrionic ability and well porlraveii the noble resolutions of .seven young women lo scorn men, and give' their lives to missionary and oilier more or loss distant and dillleult life. woik. Tho arrival of a loss ambitions friend, au- uoimc.ing her engagement to Ihdr pot man, plunged thorn all into grief. Mis.s Pomoroy gave a sketch oi: Iho first Wells Fargo Kxpross, which was started by her father, George 10. Pomeroy, June I, LSI I, when he loft on his first trip from Albany lo Buffalo. He had only a small trunk.and a carpet bag. Mr. Pomeroy's first negolia- tions for carrying money were with the City Bank, the State Bank and the Canal Bank of Albany. The Albany bankers gave into his earo $80,000, requiring therefore no other bonds than his known probity and integrity. Mr. Pomeroy also ran an Independent mail, until he forced the government terms auij, cpmpelled'.cheap His yMti 1 MlL^Jiki^&F 1 ^m^m^^Wm^m^ the government charges of from ten to twenty-live cents for a single letter. In 1844 Mr. Pomeroy had engaged John E. Gavitt to design, engrave arid print postage stamps for tho use of patrons. Mr. Pomeroy not only led tho country in the running of a private mail and (he issue; of stamps, but. was also the first I.o submit to the post- office department a plan for the distribution of mail on (lie cars. .In IN I I Mr. Pomeroy sold his interests to his brother, tho firm becoming Livingstone, Wdls & Pomeroy, Iho beginning j of Wells, Fargo A vocal solo by much appreciated, .Miss Faulde.r. This iiHermson llazzard will give 1 Co. Miss Devcmlorf was al;-;u a piano snlo by at 'J::iD p. m. Mr:;. ' her long promised, demonstration in brcud-makliu FARMERS' PEMONSTRATION TRAIN, Everyone j s Invited lo moot tin' [''armors' iJoulOiist rat ion train which will iirilve iii the depot of lh<> Soul hern Pacific railroad, Coviua, at \>:W) a. m. on Friday next, March Iliih. This i rain is Mocked with niii^iiHi- colil exhibits demonstrating the value of Improv d methods. Soli clod seed and sueooH'-.ful lighting of dh-.e-iso. Short, practical, point M| h-cime:-: m vital itii '-rest to fin morn, fruit growoi and stockmen v. ill bo given by a corp.-: of oxpoi i.;. The i rain i;i under t In- auspices oi' i.'ie Southern Pacific, the I ni voi sit y ol Caliloi iihi and iho Hlaio i; 111 :1 < 1111111. i i (', , m 111 i...-: i o u. Mr. P S. lii'lli iitid .1. Itublo. v, ho i :-'-. iii! \ si,Id t heii \ :i liiabio ur;;n;--e g; n\ < (.u (' \ | i e. ;;', eiiue lo .'M r. pi; ,VIT- of NOW Yin !.. ,eit i iii.; v,-' •!. in; l lieir lo; lie r liuii.e in Kli(.'la ml. 'fh"." '•-.; j,.-e| in ; ; eld ' " ') W' 1 - I.:-. In \'> -..- YII, I -ii ;•< u: e. ! ).,rl \\:> i heii : I; n -,, '. i :\ , ' ' e i 'l er e in ( 'i, ,'ii i| I he. ' • le.-.il' • ii.i: I,;. 1 i : i'"n! I. i . I. . i "I -el| I.'. , I ' Indian Battery Trimmed Handily by the Local Ball fossers. Once .'it:;i i 11, tin 1 lnniii 1 team eatne up with I'M- neressiii-y nvlii'le nf baseball last Siimlav ami lauded a vidiH'v I'nnii I In 1 a^resst ve Kivei'side ball players. I n a |ire\ i'Mis Bailie, !ln> same teams disputed tin 1 ric list fur ele\i'ii inii'iigs, v.'liell il fell to tile lot <>!' I lie lipI'ullll- I ry beys In bring ,'icrnss the winning run. Tie 1 hard earned game was accepted gl lldgiligly by llli' u e fellows, and they a iiiHMiiici'd Ihnl next lime they would bring III' 1 regular rulrlior fur their Indian speed magnate, ami show MM the game as il should be played. There win 1 about six hundred fans present at last Sunday's exhibit ion, but the trimmings were all administered !>y i In 1 homo boys; ami came iilost ly in the slui|>" (if extra base hits. Shane luiil his Indian receiver with him, also a swarthy team mate to occupy Ilio keystone sack; but a lolal d' nine liit.H, ami as many runs shows tin 1 locals l.u be IL heavy hilling aggregat ion when necessary. Kiverside vvas also strong in the slugging depnrt mi nl, ami diipli- caleil a three bagger, and two doubles Hindu by Cnvinii; but Miiide two ICHH wal'i 1 ties altogether, l/ibby btarted the .scoring in the first inning by being hit by pitcher, and t.li(?n I'oiiiing lirniio, whoa Hl.owurt. knocked a three bugger. In tho MOCOIK! inning King and Shirley scored by win- frpm Kendall and WUirlcvyj nntl s Iii tfie f third fi> But wliafc happpnod up till thd flf'fli (loos not really iTirittbr. '^Irc' V'uHors oociired a threo-baso invat in tliiH frame tluit f'hasod it run acrnsH, rtml possibly aroiiMcd tho fighting blood of t.ho Iniiiier.s. In Hie second hall 1 of this round things Ktfivlrd. Idbby was llrsl up and was safe 1 on a bail throw Inj fir.'il. I'iag drew a. single, (Stewart, (low lo eenfcr, MonlagiH 1 went to first on Wiirl man'H error, ami filled the bases, Tli 'ii Kendall knocked a beauty to left Ihal failed to be caged; and liibbv mid I'ing chasi il over the plat- . Shirley got j a single past third, "curing Montague, ' King I'nnned. Hooker hit through shod t'oi 1 two bases, scoring Shit-ley and Ken ilall. Hughes drew a walk, and l-iliby came up fur the second lime in Hie siime inning and mercifully How onl.j Five runs put Die boys in clover and il was just for good measure Ihal I'inj/ made a long saciilice fly to deep center in I he ninth, scoring Hughes. I'ing l''airly pitched good ba u oliall. llei was hit freely, but the way <'oviiuij Ji'.ndcd on Shane wan a lilllo belter, HIM! was (Mldtl^li to win the game. iMimie ua.-i very good Hi times, and displ;m d s|,i.eil and a clioii'e array oi CHI-VCH. 11.) Sciii Ii the call in r, play"i1 line ball, and ' n-,eil his exeillenl '.',in;; lo ,'n 1 >'.'i n I a ',!,<'. t Ste\varl, l-'.'i id v and Sliii-|i'\- I a I tei.ed lie'ir averages b\- -eriii ie; 1 , I'.vo hit". Ki'io Were plentiful and in :< meii'iiii'' 1 | ,,,,,, . ,-d I |,r game, but I he happy end I in:. 1 h II I he fa !i ( in a good homn'- for I I,,, halan.'e of I he :\->-i I:. The '-on-: i o. if a A I: If II '-I; I'd A i: i i n :; :; u •; n I '.i n I ! •' 'i ! I 11 "20" Mule Team The housewife finds sooner or Inter that "20 A/<//e Team" stands foremost in the ranks of "cleansers" and "Mashing powders." It in dependable, strong and harmless. It lii)es up to its reputation, whether "borat," "chips" or "soap." "20 Mule Team" Borax is tho strongest vvash'ug borax m\ Ine market. A reliable borax at the lowesl price. 10 cents. "20 Mule Team" Chips For kitchen or laundry use. Mure a soap than a powder. Tho crystals shaken in Ihe water softens it and produces an antiseptic suds that cannot .bo excelled for dishes, floors, kitchen utensils or woodwork. The best, for (lie hick room just, vai'afetl. Large pal'kajVe III I cents. "20 Male Team" Soap Being 1 tho same proportion as the hornx and chips except in a more condoned! form. It. only needs to be used Lo bis appreciated. 5 cents a bar. Death Valley Trip Do not fofpfot tho instructive and entertaining' moving picture trip, "Thru Death Valley" at Womans Club House Saturday p.m. and evening. Today. Free. "If you can't come, send someone" r''.f A**', (',. 13. AmU'i-mm Miu-cn II. tli'lliimn W. If. IIOI.I.IDAY, J'milili'iil. (',. K Cliipn II M. llimiiiT MAKCO II. IIKI.I.MAM, Vli'i-I'ri'H. .). H. Klliiill .). O. UniMiT .1. It. KI.I.IOT'r. Vlr. 1 I'ri'ii. W. II. lliillliliiy C M;'in.lVii W. M. (iltlMVVOf.l), CM;,|I!"|A. I'. Ki'ir.lilii/ir Capital and Surplus $90,000.oo Covina VDalle$ Savings ISnnk Covina, Cal. DiKK.c'foh'S (H''i''icp;f>'s <;.".. K. Anili-ntiin W. II. ll.illi'liiv A. I'. KCKI'KIIOKI' 1 , I',, ,iil,-,u .1. It. Mllii.ll II. M. II er II, M. llnii:;Klf. Vlr<- l'i.- .1.1. nl. Miui'i ii. ii'-iinriii A. i'. KI-II i.i.'iir w. M. (;i!i:;v\'i)i.i/. rii,i,i.,r Capital and Surplus $/12,OOO.oo : 4 <> ^ AMi'HIOK CLUB. \ • t ' '! •, • • ' I - : • '. ' i I:.' • ' •;'!:!' I ! .' , -• I II ^ 'it I i.i- i:.,llle "I Ml. ii II'J M I - . I '. l.|. .': . -111,1 '•', I "I i 1 '.'. I 'III' pi ''.! I • :, - ,,. i-. 1 .-n •• "I \i i -. '.'. . II. ' '., 1 , I . ' . ' ' . , I I . .'•.:. I ; I ' , •' ' I . ' I '•• I e J | • . , • , : • • -,!._• .-.-,' • •.,' ' i ; h ; i' - -I I Mr '.'. ', i.,i .1 ; .,- ,: ,) .., . i,..-". - • I. ' :-,-;., -; -,. .'. ,,e...- ,. . ', -•' - I.' I i.,, ,.- \i, '"-... !l ,•.-,,.; '- : i ii . EucalyptusWood Au, sr/j-;s AND !,KN<;TIIS KOK s'l'ovi-; OK HK'K IM.ACI-; $O.5O pe^r cord Two lil,n Id svesl d( ^raininai '.rliool. BKRT H. HKNDRICKS !',A..f.l;.\I.I. 'iOM'dM'OV.'. 'I i..- n,tiii!'ht /;.,•„ . i,;. . I, ill l< ;:ii, THE DEPOT GROCERY AND MARKET v, ill .••! ".'•• I al el Illl ', 'I '.Veil t '/- 11 •-.•'• 'ill! . |e'l |/' ri in) . I'DIi ,1 i i| .ill'! l/]e||l|e(| ji,! 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