Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 15, 1909 · Page 8
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LIVE NEWS FROM VALLEY POINTS IRWINDALE. Mr. and Mm. Herbert Olmaload of Covina were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cargay. During tho absence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edgar 1 on Monday afternoon, a runaway horse ran through their orchard, completely ruining a very val- liable fourteen year old tree. Mrs. T'ngar IB vlRfting friends at | hong Beach this week. | Fordyoe VVIlHon of Orange avenue | has accepted a good position as as- ; Hlstant /anjoro for the Sn.n -Gabriel • Valley Irrigating Company. I PlIENTE. The many friends of Miss Albortlno Mins Virginia Root spent Thursday Rowland, niece of William Rowland, | and Friday with her grandmothcr.Mrs. | will be grieved to hear that hope of liafj A. R. Daniels o!' Pasadena. Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Cbemberlen on- her recovery liafj been abandoned. Miss Rowland has made her home for | tertained on Sunday Rev, and Mrs. some itme with her brother, Bernar- Shrook, Miss Ruth Schrock, and. Mr. i 'lino Rowland of LOH Angeles. She Schrock of Lordsburg. has undergone two severe operations Mrs. Frank Worloy entertained the ' In the hope that she might be bone- Trwindale Miscellany Club when It I ««ed of a serious complaint of the met for a business session on Tuesday liver, but she 1ms gradually failed In afternoon. Plans for the coming year strength. were discussed. Mrs. MoMlohaol and Mrs. H. C. Cross spent the Mrs. Worley furnished several piano with relatives In Santa Monica. duets. The next mooting will be held Thomas Barton and wlfo and a party of Los Angeles friends made an at the home of Mrs. H. F. Thorpe. Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. Coffin of A-/,usa < automobile tour through the valley on wore Sunday guosts of Mrs. Olive < Sunday. Coffin at her homo on Cypresn avo- I The California Vegetable Union mie. | shipped two cars of cabbage from this Mr. Joseph Dull of Belloplaino, ! Hocl.ion this week. Kansas, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alex; j On the ovoning of May 21st a moot- Carnaluui. Mrs. K. H. C!offman was downHt.alrn on Monday for the firHt time In HOV- oral wookn. MlHH Mae Coffman IH slowiy recovering from her severe III- neH. MrH. Lena Wheeland and Rov. Perry had aH their gtiestn Sunday M)HH Poarl Miller, Mr. Frod Porry and Mr. Charles Wheeland of LOH AngoIcH. Heavy shipments of strawberries nro being made from Irwindalo Hta- tion to many desert points. Miss Vota Heath of Pomona col- logo spent the wook end with her parents, Mr. and MrH. James Heath. MTH. George Martin and children of LOH Angolos visited ovor Sunday with tho formor'H mother, MrH. Elizabeth HlekH of Lark Ellen avonuo. MrH. Lynch IH recovering from an attack of heart trouble. Orman Oak of Irwindalo avonuo waH a visitor to Cotton thin wook. Tho following party spout a happy day Sunday picnicking and flHhlng In the mountains: Mr. and Mrs. Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wallace, Albert and ROHS Ilerley, Herley Gant of Covina and Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Gant and family of Orange avenue. Mr. and Mrs. 13. T. Coffman will have as their guests for the next* few months Mr. and Mrs, Roy Edwards Ing will bo hold at the HchoolhouHO to vote upon the question of erecting a now Hchoolhouso. Six cars of grain were shipped to LOH AngoloH by the Puonte Warehouse Company. The early Southern Pacific train to LOH Angeles IH being largely patron- WALNUT CENTER Mr. and Mrs. F. J. St.impson are entertaining the latt.er'B mother, Mrs. M. J. NorrlH, and winter, MrH. T. C. Bunch and hor children. The ladles are from Fort Worth, Texas, and will make a prolonged stay In Southern California. A young people's mooting waH oon- I ducted Sunday at the Hchoolhouse by the Rov. NickloH of Long Beach. Mrs. J. R. Parker of Long Beach is visiting hor sister, MTU. II. E. Owen. Mrs. ElliH Sounders will leave the firHt of the week for Los Angeles, whore nhe will upend several weeks In a hospital. Seventy acres of the Baldwin ranch has been purchased by Claude Congdon. The property will be extensively Improved. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Stevens had as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford of "Monrovia and Mr. and Mrs, Poe of FAKE SOLICITOR. "Home For the Poor" Grafter Visits Covina—Arrested In Lou Angeles. Did a ministerial looking man with a Hoft-spoken wife call upon you lately, asking contributions for a "home for the poor?" Did you "dig down" and supply them with assistance for this laudable project? You probably did not, but they were In Covina a few days ago and worked the whole district. Thin man was William Ruhl, according to the Los Angeles police, and he ban worked this game In Wyoming, Utah and other states. The home for the poor IH situated at 1207 West Severity-Fourth street, Los Angeles, and IH not nearly as poor a home aH one might expect, for It Is the domicile of Mr. and Mrs. Ruhl, who have appropriated all funds contributed for their own support solely. The graft is an old one and it should not bo necessary to warn Covina citizens, but a few unwary ones might have got caught for small sums. Mrs. K. W. Van Aiiken is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Guy Fairly of Saugus. Miss HeHsa Graham is staying with Miss fmo Vnn Auken during the absence of Mrs. Van Auken. The annual dlKtriot convention of the Woman's Foreign Missionary So- cioty will be hold in the Lake Avonuo Church, Pasadena, May 20 and 21. Covina will bo represented by delegations from the auxiliary and the Young Women's Society. Miss Jessie Klstlor returned from Stanford University on Thursday for the minimer holidays. She has passed through her second yoar of work so well that Hhe was excused from some of the examinations and got home ti weok before the term closed. Mr. Elmer King will leave next Thursday for a six weeks' tour of the East, including in his itinerary Chicago, WlHconHln, Iowa, New Orleans and jthor points. Covina. Mrs. Fred Van Derhohe of Trsvin- was entertained on Sunday by and Mr. Jack Bossant of San Bernardino. Mrs, L. M. Swallow and Mrs. K. 10. Harris are among tho residents of Wont Puento utroot who are Buffering Air. and Mrs. Henry Fastaman. form la grlppo. Mrs. Raymond Sloano had as her KucstH on Tuesday, Mra. Stubbledold and HOII of ToxaH, Mrs. Clark and Mlwn Clark and MI - H. Swlshor of A/.tiHa. Mr. and MrH. Ed O'Toole and children of LOB AngoloH wore calling on friends In this neighborhood on Sunday. ROWLAND Mr. Kelt/, IIHH the six-room bungalow that ho Is building well under way. S. R. Pollard recently sold twenty- olio acroH of vacant land to a Los An- goloH party for $10,r>00. Tho now Mrs. Carl Brulngton of Los Angolos is visiting hor parents, Mr. and MrH. Charles Siuvoly of Puonto street, during the absence of her husband, who IB employed on tho Owens rlvor aqueduct. Mr. and Mrs. I!. F. Maxson entertained hiHt wook Mr. Illglow of Wll- lowbrook. Mr. and Mrs. 101 mor King of South Vincent street are enjoying a visit, from their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Seaman and child of Nebraska. A guesl at I he lioipe of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kllodf;o on Sunday was their ! nephew, Curl Klledno of South I'asa- j dena. ! Mrn. Frank I'hllleo of Cypress avo- i Due has booii*lll with la grippe this Week. Mr. and .Mrs. Abner Miller enter- tainod with a charming dinner Sunda)'. The merry parly of young people who enjoyed their hospitality were Mrs. Knight, Miss Lticilo Lawson, Miss .lean AreoM. Mr. Williams, Mr. Kddy of Alhainbra, Miss Helen Law- noil, Mr. Seymour of Monrovia iiinl Mr. I'axlon Ciirnahan of Covina. Mrs. Elmer Kin;; spent several days l.ist week with her mother, Mrs. llei >-ler of Long Beach. Mrs. Warren Kellar and Miss Myr ti.- Kellar were visitors tu I .os Angeles l lie lirst of tin* week. Miss Maltie McCoy received word recently of the death of her brother in-!aw ;;ml his Infant child at Dochort, Teiiu. They were victims of the lor i:a<lo which swept that region, wivck- IIIK their houie ami severely Injuring tlie other members of the family. F. I'. Haidosser sold this week to .Mr. Limn of San .lose five acres of lour year old orange grove on South Vincent street. The price paid was $i';iHi. Mr. I.inn will begin (lie erection o 1 ' a five iooni bungalow inline- diatelv. owner will sot tho property to oranges MlsH Grace Hurry of 131 Monti; visited MiHH McCalgo this weok. Tho berry Hhlpmonts from this placo average 400 crates per day. BALDWIN PARK Miss Graco Culver of LOH Angeles spent Sunday with Mrs. Frankenburg. Mrs. Golsdors bus as her guests Mr. and MrH. Armstrong of Philadelphia. Ward Schilling of Los Angeles spent Sunday at the home of hl« parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling. Tho Boosters' Club gave an Impromptu program at the schoolhousi last Saturday night. A silver collec lion was taken, which was added to the fund for tho Improvement of street crossings. Notice of Annual Meeting of Members. Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the members of the ChrlHtlan Church, a corporation, will be hold at tho church In Covina on Tuesday, the 1st day of Juno, 1009, at S o'clock p.m. of said day, for the pur- POHO of electing trustees, and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before said meeting. By order of the president. Dated, Covina, California, May 15, 1909. E. O. TIIOMASON, Secretary, 5-29 j WE CAN FIND YOU ! I A BUYER » For Orange Groves Alfalfa Lands or City Property List your property with us. Covina Realty Co. A Coolness Between Friends CHARTER OAK. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Deacon of Los Angeles have been spending the past week witli his sisters at their ranch home on Honila avenue. Two beautiful pictures of Lincoln have been presented to the school l>y I lie people of the communily. Mr. and .Mrs. S. A. Slowell will speiid the week end with friends, Mr. and Mrs. llarllelt. in Uedlands. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kenyon of Charter Oak are arranging to move to Alliamlira early In June, or as soon as the residence which they are now building is completed. This move is taken in Ihe hopes thai it will benefit Mrs. Kenyon's health, which has boon poor duriiiM the lust six months. They regret beinv, compelled to leave their productive orange i;ro\e. which, how e\-,-r, will no) lie placed on the market, a.s Mi Kenyon considers it a better in\ esiiiieiit than anyihinu else he knows of. Is all right if Cuiumiiigs' matchless ice cream constitutes the "coolness." Ill will then lie well appreciated by liotli, for its delicious tlavor and positive purity. K\erybody who ta.sles i our ice cream praises It. lls superior loxcelloiu, compel.; them to do so. We use the best STERILIZED crouin, and lake the greatest possible care in ; its making and can therefore guarantee e\ery dish of it. Speciality of ice cream brick. All the most popular llavors. Cummings 1 Confectionery 103 N. Citrus Phone 42 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Chapproned by Miss Vyvyenne Faulder, a merry party of yo-ing people walked out. to the Chilton home Saturday evening to surprise Miss Mattie Chilton, who leaves next week with her mother to spend the summer in Oklahoma. It was a real surprise, for; Mattle was taking supper with the MlHHes Irwln, and during her absence the house was decorated with an a- bundarice of flowers and all preparations made. They played all kinds of jolly games and were fortified with ice cream, cake and strawberries. Mrs. Chilton waH assisted by the Misses Irwin. Those present were the Misses Clifford, Capron, Potter, Graham, Van Auken, Broadwell and Lois Gibson of Monrovia; Messrs. Roy and Ray Kistler, Hubert Neil, Custer, Wa- terhoufl?, Fabrlck, Leisure, Atwood, and Sisson. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith returned home from church last Sunday morning and stepping into the dining room were greeted with a banquet spread that was an entire surprise to them, as the capficlous table was loaded to the limit with all the tempting viands that could be prepared by experts in the .culinary line. All signs of visitors were quietly and Huccessfully hidden away, but passing Into the parlor the room was discovered filled with relatives who had assembled from different parts, representing Covina, Chartor Oak, Long Beach, Hollywood and Pasadena. This was all In anticipation of Mrs. Smith's departure this week for an extended visit at the old home in the East. Miss Josephine Widney, for several years a teacher in the Covina primary grades, has tendered her resignation, to take effect at the end or the term. Miss Widney's resignation is accepted with regret, as she has proven herself to be a capable teacher, and one who understands the training of little tots in their flrat years of school. Miss Widney has not announced her intentions for the future, but It is understood that she will continue to teach in Southern California. The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Methodist Church on Thursday ,May 20, at 2:30 p.m. A program of unusual interest is in preparation on Burma, Including the various religions of the Orient.An offering will be taken In support of the orphan maintained by this society. A full attendance Is requested. All ladles invited/ At the residence of Mrs. J. W. Groover, the Sewing Club of the vicinity met Thursday afternoon for a farewell, pending the hostess's departure next Tuesday for Arizona, where she will visit some time with her parents and relatives. Refreshments were served. Those present wore Mmes. A. Anderson, Carnahan, Cooper, Brunjes, and Suavely. One of the pleasant social evenings, for which the Christian Church is famous, was hold last Friday evening, when tho seventy-two converts were welcomed into the bosom of the church. An interesting program was given, including numbers by the orchestra, a violin solo by Mr, Philleo and readings by Mrs. Gilmore. Ice cream and cake were served in the church parlors. Dr. Roxlo Bates is spending the weok with Mrs. J. E. Heath, and after a vitfit with friends at Anaheim, will return to hor homo at Wausoon, Ohio. She regrets very much to leave Covina friends and California, but owing to ill health she feels It host to give up practicing medicine and live with her relatives. Tho Young Women's Missionary Society of tho M. K. Church mot on Monday evening with Airs. Ed. Slewert. The chapter of tho book under discussion, "Tho Xear and Far lOast," was discussed by Miss Minnie Heath. Miss Ada Dovendorf gave a report of the convention held in Los Angeles two weeks ago. The older children met Wednesday evening at the residence of Rev. Stevens and oraani/ed an Intermediate I oaguo of i ho Christian Endeavor, with Miss 1'earl McKirahan as superintendent. A very pleasant social evening was enjoyed, with refreshments. Fifteen were present. Miss Anna llerron, president of the Monday Afterncon Club, chaperoned a party of boys to the Anglican Sunday-school Rally in Los Angeles Sunday and remained for the Sunday- school Institute. Monday, and Woman's Auxiliarv convolution Tuesday. Mrs. W. A Malolt and Miss Dell Matty..who have been spending the winter in (.'iivina. have removed to Los Angeles, wln-iv the;, will make their home unlit July 1. Miss Mary I.eebrick left this wook for Cbula\isi;i Cal.. after spending s;x week.- \\.ii. relatives in Covina. The Broadwell Stores WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH KIKES AND KNAVES. A gentleman wished to know recently why we could not compete with Los Angeles. We took him down to the shoe repair shop and readHy showed him why. Among the shoes there for repair was a pair of men's imitation calf shoes, cheap McKay made, with the soles barely soiled. In putting them on the owner had torn the top in two, the quality being so poor the leather would notstand even so slight a strain. The owner had told the shoe man they were $4.00 shoes, but he got them for $2.00.. Do you know what would have happened had Mr. So-and-so bought those shoes here? He wpuld have come in and created a rough-house, Xow this sample; ?Woe game is not new. It's just a variation of a game. There's a little truthtn it — just this: If you have a small, narrow foot, or If you will buy last season's shoes, you can save some money. But reliable dealers will sell them to you, and you cannot buy standard makes. We don't dare to misrepresent goods. We don't dare to talk $4.00 shoes for $2.00. The failure of the largest department store In Pomona marks the passing of a store that tried to build its foundation upon cheap goods in a small town. Had they run the game on Broadway they could have made it stick. GOOD SHOES. Good shoemaking shows in every line of our Brockton shoes. See the new COMMON SENSE lasts for men, and the SO-EASY for women. Also the serge shoes for housewear. FINE SHOPPING BAGS— SAMPLES. A well known firm's, condition perfect, ONE-THIRD OFF. SUN UMBRELLAS, $1.25. A special offering, very attractive. DRY GOODS. Crepes, all colors, no whites or creams, at. . . . .................. 15c Percales, the best grades ........................... ........ 12'/aO Galateas, Manchester, no limit ................................. 15c Compare these prices: Silkolines, no limit ............................................ 10c TRUNKS, SUIT CASES. You might go farther and do worse. A prophet hath no honor in his own land — yet it does look as though fair dealing would win Anyway, we shall try. 'Tis better to fail than never to try at all. It costs $1000 per month to rent a store on Spring or Broadway, Los Angeles. Who do you think pays it? Seeing is believing. Why not see? HOSIERY. At two pairs for .............................................. 25c Sir pairs ........ .. ............................................. 75c Guaranteed six months. Boys' porous knit underwear, ask to see it. Shirts and drawers 25c Union suits .................... ' .............................. 50c The new hats, London smoke taupe— green, $3.00 values ...... $2.50 SAVE ON YOUR CLOTHING. Why? Because our second floor costs us no rent.' MEN'S .FURNISHINGS. Pure silk pongee shirts, well made, full size, Saturday only. . .$2.50 Saturday only, cream and white Soisette shirts, a well known brand, exceptional values ............................................. $1.50 Porous knit underwear, all sizes, no limit ................... . . .45c PANAMA HATS. ?5.00, $3.95, $2.85. Why say more? Brevity hath much to commend It. GRADUATING GOWNS. The pleasure's ours, the profit's yours. We^d rather sell them at cost than, have It said, Covina has , no . stores.- r,>Why not consult us? Persians, French Lawns, Fine Linons, Silks, Chiffons, and the prices so reasonable, the service godd. • „ . The store cloan, cool a:.J crr,:fortable. Could mortal man do more? THE TARIFF. We do not think we are competent to write upon so important a matter as the tariff, but as we know the clipping bureaus furnish our senators with every news item from the press upon this subject, we wish to say we are not in sympathy with the petitions being circulated by the leather trade and the importers for a reduction in the tariff on hides and hosiery. Our present prosperity is due to protection, andwe askprotection for our own industries. It does not seem proper that we should ask for tariff reductions upon some article or articles that some other district depends upon for their prosperity. It does not matter what price we pay for our hosiery and shoes if our industries are prosperous. The operatives in our hosiery mills ask for an increase In the tariff on hosiery, and should have it. This would not change the price of domestic hose retailing from lOc to 2;ic per pair, and on the finer grades would increase the cost but 2Vic per pair. Our domestic mills coul& never have achieved their present standard without protection, and while we admit hosiery could be sold cheaper were the duty reduced, • or taken off, it would be at the expense of labor, necessitating the reduction of our labor costs to those of Europe. Our standard of living in this country is too high, and our conditions of life too dissimilar for this. We stand for the tariff and, right or wrong, for the protection of every industry, trust or no trust. In the administration of our internal affair there are ninny grave problems. But it would seem there should be means) found without calling for foreign intervention. Lot us have a permanent tariff commission. THE COTTON CHEAT Cotton is serviceable and when sold for what It is there is no room for complaint. But when mixed with wool in clothing, you are not getting what you pay for. The Royal Tailors sell only all-wool goods which stand the boiling tent. Take ono of our sami'les, bull for 20 miih't.fs in a 10 per ci'iir sol 1 , i ion of caustic .il wash thorn i are. water. ., ih 's genuine .- Cciusti!: soda barn ii up eorn- 1 !t tely. If the cloth id part cotton, the caustic soda will burn off the wool and leave the cotton. Try it on other makes. Try it on Royal Tailor goods. All wool Is the only kind that holds its. shape and wears. Buy Royal Tailor chithts. They mean real satisfaction. su(i i

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