Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 10, 1909 · Page 3
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HEROES WHO SURVIVED THE DAY. THE ORici/MftL 8oy OF SNILOH BRADY A LARGE PART OF ^^^ THE e>TRr\ POIICE FORCE p O RNV Artist Neil's Impressions of the Br*vMt in Covina's Independence Dty Celebration. BREAK EVEN WITH LONG BEACH. Covina Defeated in First Game But Annex Goat on the Long Beach Diamond. Covina lost to Long Beach on July 3 by the score of 6 to 5. The game was played on the home diamond, but bad errors at critical times proved disastrous to the orange belt sluggers, and in the tenth frame the Long Beach aggregation scored two runs, which proved to be the winning tallies. The Long Beach line-up was strengthened by the addition of Miller, who has appeared here before in a Woodill- Hulse uniform, and his teammate, Chess, at the receiving.,end. Miller had all the best of the pitching, allowing the Covina men only five safeties. However, these came at opportune times, and with Forney's triple and Monte's double were enough to win the game. Errors were plentiful, and it was due to three miscues by Doc Fairly at third in the second period that three runs were made. One more was made by the visitors in the fifth inning as tlie result of two clean hits, one of them by Venable beinfe for an extra bag. In the second inning Forney scored the first run for Covina by passing to first and scoring on Monte's single. Thompson's double and Monte's sin gle in the fifth frame both scored when King was safe on an error and Pete was safe on a fielder's ciholce. It was again up to Monte in the seventh to tie the score, and by making his third hit, and stealing second, he came , home -when short juggled King's grounder. By this time both teams had settleJ down to good baseball, and gilt-edged support made the going extremely good for the pile tiers. Russell ivas throwing them over like a veteran, find managed to put on the extra steam to gut out of all light places. In the tenth the first man up flew lu left, then I'ratt and Sheard drew singles, and when Campbell attempted to bunt, H popped into KuriBCll's waiting hands. Forney's error at short put Milk-r first, filling the bases. Yen- able drove an easy one right into Hush Thompson's mitts, but it went through him, and two runners scored. The homers w.-ry able to sinit-e/e one ai rosi in their h;;(f of the ir;ijing on a coui.lt' of errors, but Miller was too Koi.d in the II'M'-II, ami f'Uiiii-il the la.-', man. The second K^'liif w<i.s played Moii- cU-.y OIi ti.e i.Ol.g iJe',1' h U^:. .-i hoi.il diamond, and proved easy for Covina, 11 to 7, after they had gotten their beach legs. Long Beach certainly has some kind of a prize coming their way for their ability in the crabbing line. Pitcher Miller was the umpire and handed out a square deal in every instance, but the beach ball artists wearied of the contest at times, and gathered in around the box to vent their sulphurous dispositions in a disgusting manner. Smith, in the box position, will be forever queered with Covina fans, and with ail lovers of clean sport, for that matter. In the ninth inning, when Covina was four runs ahead and batting everything In eight, Smith replied to a taunt from the sidelines by hurling the ball with all his might right into the crowd, and although thrown at close range, no one was injured. Such a short-sport trick aroused the indignation of the fans, and the umpire called the game, refusing to give the beach players another opportunity to show them selves up. Russell was hit freely in the first part of the game, and in the early stages Long Beach was leading. In Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson by Rev. Dr. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. July 11th, 1909. Paul's Second Missionary Journey— The-Philipplan Jailer. Acts xvi: 10-40. Golden Text—Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shall be saved. Acts xvi:31. Verses Ifi-ol—In what order do you place those who profit by the slnH of fallen women? This young woman was possessed with a very clever spirit of evil, an all round spirit of deception. Including fortune telling; now wherein did her ein consist, and that of her owners? Which are the more to be blamed In these da/s, fortune tellers or their willing dupes? When bad men are losing the gains of their evil occupation, are I hey apt to be careful of the truth, when they : are after the good men who have de-, fitroyed their business? For example the liquor dealers. Verse 22—What made the multitude so angry at Paul and Silas, and is any j reliance sver to bo placed upon I ho; excited attitude of a large crowd? i Do religious differences Mill make! the people hate one another? Does worldly gain, today play any part in religious intolerance? j Verse2:i —Why did God permit auch ; cruelty to his faithful servants? ' Why is it that (Sodly people often have to go through very exquisite suffering? : Verse 24 -.Say why it la possible for any good man in prison, lying upon a raw, back, -vnh his feet fa.-it. in the stocks, to be Ha happy as a man in health, and liberty. Does a good man's influence cease when he is imprisoned arid his li:nlis are fettered? In looking back over tbo resulls of bin imprisonment, would Paul and Silas be apt to regret tills painful Incident? Verso '2'i-~ IH there any circumstance so painful, or disastrous, that prayer and praise cannot turn it into joy and victory? If we prayed and sang morn In our private lives, and in our families, would we have more joy and gladness? Verso 20—Was this earthquake the result of the prayer of Paul and Silas, or was it a natural event? Does God today work out for his people, practically the same results as are here recorded? Verses 27-28—Why did the jailor decide upon suicide, and Is such a course ever Justifiable? Verse 29-80—Was It natural feear or religious conviction, that now operated In the jailor? What did the jailer desire to bts saved from? Verse 31 -What precisely did they mean by belloviriK on the Lord JOHUS? May a father or mother bellevo in Jesus, ho as to assure the .salvation of their children? Verso '.','>. What Is the "word of the Lord," and may a person know that word, first hand, who Is not person ally acquainted with the Lord? Versos '.'.'A-'.'A —("'an the race of Hod suddenly turn a cruel and brutal man Inti. a t -iidor-hearted Christian? \. ..->(•:-, ,;.',-4 i >—May wo be confident tha! th'-n- will always be a happy end- inK ") all our trials? Le.-.son for Sunday. July ISth, l!)i -- Paul h Sircf/nd Missionary .lo.irney Tho.i.-aloiii'-a ;i '"i lien-a. Act- x'.ii: I-)",. the fifth the score was tied at 4 to 4. Then again in the next round it wan C to 6. Fulton made the long hit of the day In the next, driving to right for a home run. After this, Covlnn took a brace, and started to land. In the ninth, with one out, and four runs homo and men on bases, the trouble started, and the game was called. CATALINA NOTES. There was a record crowd of visitors at Avftlon on Monday to enjoy the aquatic sports and to witness the grand display of ureworks. The eruption of Vesuvius and the mimic attack on the IT. S. ship, McCullough. by a large fleet of launches, gaily- decked with Chinese lanterns, and firing volleys of colored balls from Roman candles, made a fairy scene that will long be remembered. The fishing this week has been very good, large quantities of all kinds of fish having been taken. Messrs. Ben Williams of Los Angeles and B. M. Rotherham of San Dlinas, who made a five days' trip to San Clemente with Capt. Billy Matthews in the launch, San Toy. Mr. Williams Is an enthusiastic fisherman, securing the first gold button yellowtail of the season from Clemente waters, the fish weighing 42 pounds. Mr. Rotherham made some good catches with the 3-6 tackle. Mr. Rotherham was the first man to demonstrate the possibility of landing heavy fish on the threadlike 3-fi tackle, his record achievement being made with Billy Matthews In the San Toy last July when he landed a 41 Vi pound yellowtail In 35 minutes on a 3-6 tackle. The days' catch Included eighteen yellowtail averaging thirty pounds each, the largest, 46Ms pounds, being caught on a 9-9 strand. This was considered the grandest catch of the season by the fishing enthuslastlcs at the Tuna Club. Clerks' Sale. The clerks' sale inaugurated at the Broadwell Store, is being well patronized. The reductions are radical, cover- Ing practically every line of goods in the store. Children's, men's and women's shoes, dress goods, clothing, bedding, blankets, etc. Even khaki goods are included. The store calls attention to the fact that they are exclusive agents for Wm. H. Hoegee & Co. and offer all their goods at the same price you pay in Los Angeles. They also offer a very complete line of khaki suits, men's shirts, women's khaki skirts, Elk shoes. We have CO pairs ladles' fine calf shoes, $40 grade, narrow width, only at $2.00 pair, suitable for the mountains. THE BROADWELL STORE. -^••^••^••^•T"^- «vvvvvvvv*««v**VVVVVVV Your Patronage will be appreciated by us. We are doubling 1 our efforts to give you the best Groceries Vegetables and Fresh Meats ROBERT CRENSHAW Our motto: Prime goods and moderate prices. Phone 22 C. H. Allen A»k the Boys for Prlcei F. M. McHiiflh McHUQH & ALLEN Reo Garage and Machine Shop Storage Batteries Charged Phone 1121 Die, Pattern and Model Making 107 West College Avenue COVINA, CAL. LOOK! LISTEN! If you want to see that nice new AUTO Laundry Delivery Wairon just drop a card to Lorbecr Bros.' Pomona Steam Laundry, the ablest and most up-to-date laimdrymcn in the valley, and tell them to call for your laundry or give you their price on work. We call Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Work strictly up-to-date. POMONA STI Camp Rincon GEM OP THE SAN GABRIEL CANYON Headquarters for fishing in the Woat Pork, North Pork, Boar and Devil's Canyons. An idnul place for an outing, either boarding at the hotel or camping. The best of everything in season. Stage loaves A/usa at 9:40 a.m. Other rigs or saddle horses can be engaged by telephoning 32, A/usa, or address H. D. BRIOOS, Manager AZU8A, OAL. COVINA MEAT MARKET J. P. KENDALL, Prop. Orders taken and deliveries made dally. Order* In town will receive prompt attention. Fresh and Tender Beef, Mutton, Pork, Etc. 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