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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Covina, California                              I u There is as much difference between an ENTHUSIASTIC AD VERTISER AND A COMMONPLACE ADVERTISER as there is between a skillful CHEF and an ordinary ENcyINTl EFFICIENT GENCY IN THE COVINA VALLEY IS THE ARGUS CLASSI WANT A commission and qTk rests VOLUME 40 AUGUST PROFESSIONAL CARDS RICHARD TEACHER OF VIOLIN AND WIND Groom has moved his studio to the corner of Center and Fourth opposite the new house he is ELLEN RAMONA LITTLE VIOLIN SOLOIST AND Joachim School of Bowing 125 Center Phone 1237 THOMAS TREVOR TEACHER OF THE ART OF VOCALIZATION The singing voice correctly placed and Studio a Room First National Bank t PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS REED JENNINGS 810 a m 1012 tn 24 p 78 p m 46 p m Offices in Reed Phone Resi dence of Badillo Phone 48 Residence of Jennings on Reynolds Badillo Phone GOODELL OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN First National Bank Build Office Residence LEMON DANGER ISjVVERTED WHILE HOME PRODUCT MAY BE SAVED THIS SEASON IT WILL BE 39 Feeling Seems to be Prevalent Tha Tariff Will Be Removed Or Much CHARLES FINGI3RLE riesidence and treating 108 Hotel Telephone Office to 12 1 to Home Phone 47 Office Bank FRED ASCHENBRENNER DENTIST Office to 12 and 1 till Phones 184 Office over Argus Up until the present time this sea the district of Chartei Oak and contiguous territory has ship ped boxes of This is a small as the Covina territory is devoted almost entirely to the grow ing of The San Dimas dis trict on the east a few miles is prac tically devoted to the growth of lem All growers of lemons in Covina ship the fruit through the San Dimas Lemon carting the fruit over the as there never has been enough bulk to establish a lemon house in The San Dimas house is the largest lemon packing establishment in the has been vitally interested in the fight which has been waged in the House of Representa tives during the last ten a fight precipitated by the placing of lemons n the Farmers Free List This iction was done without and was sprung as a complete surprise on the California representatives and Congressman who represents the Seventh California which includes Co was on his feet directly after the question had 6een broaoJaed but he was unable to prevent the bill going significance of this action is that the two legislative bodies are preparing to deal with lem ons probably at the next At the session of congress and senate on Chairman Underwood and Senator La Follette practically came to the conclusion the lemon amendment to the free list bill will be dropped for this This means that there will be no immediate action which will affect the present lemon It is freely pre with Representatives Har rison and Randall are on record for free Closely interwoven with the fight for and against lemons has been the Democratic wool Representative Underwood has used the lemon amend ment as a club to force Senator La Follette to come as near as possible to the Democratic schedule of a 20 per cent duty on raw wool and has practi cally succeeded in his Senator La Follettes wool bill proposed a 35 per cent duty and an effort is being made to reach a compromise figure of about 28 per Senator La Follet te is willing to accept this figure if he can get the votes in the senate to sup port it and Representative Underwood was by the Democratic members of the ways and means com mittee today to accept 28 per cent or to drive the best bargain As an inducement for Senator La Fol lette to meet him on the wool bill Rep resentative Underwood consented to drop the lemon amendment from the free thus accomplishing the ob ject which he probably had in view when the House unexpectedly tacked the lemon amendment to the free list REACH AGREEMENT The agreement as to the free list was not finally reached until late to Neither Senator La Follette or Representative Underwood would dis the matter except to state that hey would probably and many to the scope of the agreement were circulated during the The unexpected action on lemons In the house and the drastic djscrlminmibn INJURIES ARE SERIOUS A LIES AT HIS HOME WITH FRAC TURE OF LEFT Spirited Span of Horses Makes Sen ssjtlonal Dash With Dis astrous JAIL PENCE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 325333335 Wilcox Home 425 LOS LAURA SMITH EXPERIENCED NURSE 235 College Satisfaction Phone 286 520p RICE DENTIST Office in Buller over Whitsel Phone 285 Your Summers Pleasures will not be complete without a kodak or It helps to tell the story when you Get one at Tuckers Studio Closing Out Sale of All All trimmed hats and lowers at half Stayso ribbon for ITic double ITic A discount given on everything in the tf MISS SARA that there will be a fight to reduce the duty on lemons ir the next and that the two bodies will at that time be more thai ever in favor of this The dras tic attempt place lemons on the free list was done at this session in spirit of chastisement to the Califor nia The Los Angeles Ex aminer of yesterday morning contains a late night dispatch from Washing as follows La Follette and Representative Under the subcommittee appointed by the joint conference committee of the senate and house to consider the free list and wool will report a com promise on the farmers free list bill in the conference committee tomor row morning in which the free lemon amendment is The compromise free list bill lb practically as it came from the senate with meats and breadstuffs to be ad mitted free from countries which give reciprocal freedom to exports from this Whether the action of the subcommittee as to lemons will be accepted by the conference com mittee without question is not but the indications are that there will no further effort to keep the ment The Democratic members of the house ways and means committee held ja long meeting today and Representa live Harrison of New who is j leading the fight for free was told that he might drop the matter for the He did not give up until he was assured by his colleagues of the committee that their full support would be given to secure either free lemons or a drastic cut in the present duty when the agricultural schedule is taken up by the house either at this session or the If a disposition is shown in the conference tomorrow to revive the lemon the vote of the conference members should be G to 4 against the Senators La Pen rose and and Representa tives Dalzell and Pane of the confer ence committee are already on record against the admission of lemons free of anil Senator together emon together with its orobable effect on the ultimate out ome of the wool has created unusual interest in and emons are the topic of the Sheaves of messages urging free Wons poured into congress during he day from jobbers east of the Mis and many counter mes ages from were mmediately after the senate conven Senator Perkins presented a num er telegrams protesting against he placing of lemons on the free In filing the he said President I present telegraph ic petitions from many citrus fruit or ganizations of California protesting against placing lemons on the free list and praying that they may be given an opportunity of being heard in relation to the There is approximately invested in the citrus fruit industry and citizens of the United States and residents of the State of California are directly de pendent on that industry for a liveli Without congressional consid eration this great industry will be de On account of the number of telegrams I do not ask that they be printed in the but will request that the list of signers which I send to the clerks desk follow my state As the result of a sensational run away on one of the most prominent orange growers of the val ley lies at his home seriously injur The accident occurred to owner of several orange who has just completed a residence at the corner of Puente and Citrus A pair of gray horses were being driven by who is in the employ of when they became fright ened and started me driver was seated on one of the high seats of the ordinary orange wagons used in the and could not control the heavy The runaways met a Pacific Electric car on Badillo ave nue just above Barranca and it was here that Jim a con fired his revolver in front of the running horses and swerved them into a The horses were stop ped before they could become disen In the meantime Watts had been thrown from the wagon to the The horses ran but a lit tle way when they collided with the Just a shipment of newstyle LUNCH BASKETS HANDY GRIPS and SUIT CASES These are substantially genu ine matting have leather bind ing and and are just what you need for your vacation Prices from to 1 PIONEER WOMAN Sarah Devout Christian Succumbs After Linger ing In the death of Sarah who died Thursday night in a Whit ier hospital after a lingering here is removed from the Covina val ey one of the oldest of the pioneer King had been suffer ng from a complication of of which a cancer below the stomach seemed to be the most Her ast illness lasted 17 King was born in 1855 in Mis her age being 50 Her husband was buried 10 years and since that time she had been a in this She was one f the first members of the Method st church in the and all her ife was a devout Christian X the six children born to there ire two being John King of Vhittier and Ora King of The funeral will be held Sunday utonioon at oclock at the Co ma Methodist Bede Johnson The annomice nont is made that conveyances to the mnetery will be supplied to everyone hiiin to accompany the procession the An obituary of the ifc of King will appear in next vecks about the which were later at tended to by Clapp at his drug store on Citrus Watts was removed to his residence and Reed was The rancher was suffering great pain The following day an Xray picture was taken of Watts left hip and on the return of the pic tures is discovered that the hip socket had been This means a long and tedious convalesc ence for the The action of Jim Maybee in shoot ing in front of the horses prevented them from running straight up Ba dillo street where they would prob ably have precipitated the wagon and men into the dry The conduc tor was afraid that the horses would strike the passenger He emptied his big revolver almost in the faces of the running Watts is one of the wealthy or ange growers of the and one of the pioneers in the upbuilding of the Covina orange He has always taken an interested and in telligent part in the progress of the and is known as one of the most valued His Italian villa has just been completed and is the finest house in this local It is expected that the rancher will be confined to his house for sev eral Reed stated yesterday afternoon that Watts was resting as com fortably as could be ftef i Purveyors of Pure Exchange T t I 1 f f 1 1 I t t Anderson Clapp Elliott Holliday Griswold Kerckhort Marco Hellman Houser Houser Menefee Bcardslcy President MARCO Vice Vice Cashier Capital and Covina IDallcy Savings ffianh DIRECTORS Anderson Holliday Elliott Houser Marco Hellman Kerckhoff Griswold OFFICERS President Vice President LEONHARDT Cashier Capital and Famous Jubilee Miss Florence the represen tative of the Christian church in the national series of the international jubilee missionary will speak in the Covina Christian church Sun August at 4 Miss Clara La Fetra of Olendora will Those who have heard Miss Miller tell the Jubilee story arc loud in her All are cordially McCune Gets The bid of John McCune of Coviua was accepted by the Charter Oak school for the building of the new school His bid was while the bid of Fiest Toman was ami that of Green The addition was voted at a recent and is necessary because of the rapid growth of this The Charter Oak orange district is now ussnssed very close to one million and the new families an com ing very The work will be started at as the school in a very crowded Let Us Explain To You the reasons why you should buy your watch We can point out details 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