The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 10, 1908 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 10, 1908
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Pianos Galore re selling quite n number of Pii"ios jiow since we haw •"'iir new store in Hie new Fisli Hloek; 'c enables us to eun-y siieh ,-i IiH'ije' stock, that in fjoinjr throii(r!i the store you eannot lielp finding just M'luif yon are loo]*in<j J'or in \vny of Pinno. price niii! terms. An illustration of this is the Upright Piano n Rosewood Case, for $50 On Easy Payments This is one which wns traded in niul is undoubtedly a good phnnee for some one who wants n Pinno at an extra low price. Our fine Steinwnys, A. B. Chase, Estey, Emerson, Kurtz- mans. Sterlings and others are unquestionably the finest display of elegant Pianos ever shown in Bakersfield. Come see us. The lady clerks will take your orders for sheet music if you wish. You must hear our wonderful Player Pianos. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block-1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager Interesting Facts in the High!Pacific Coast School's New Domestic Science Course MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 60 Works Phone, Main 163 BAKERSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENOVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Goods called for and Delivered. Contracts taken. Office, 2027-2029 Chester Avenue. Works, Corner Eighth and L Streets, Bakersfleld, Cal. * *•}•• •;• * * * * * BAKEKSFIELD * ^ EMPLOYMENT BUREAU + HP «—~^-m~r •£ + When you want reliable help of + •* nny kind at ao cost to you call 4 + us up. We Uso supply Chinese + * and Japanese help. •> * Phone 313. 1819 19th 8t * ** ***•!••{• *** CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY * + * ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. * * TMrst-class Nursery Stock, Trees, * *• Shrubbs, Roses, Cut Flowers, Fie.-- + > al Designs. Orders, promptly flllad <• <• Corner Sixth St. and Chester A>-«. * * 'Phtne, Main 745 * ' Caltfornlan want aas. Best results. WELL BORERS B. J. CURNOW, well borer (formerly of the firm of Curnow & Keefe) artesian and surface wells. Tanks built and put up. Address Bakers- fleld R. F, D. No. 2. Phone Farmers 181. tf COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. Is the Pa;m; cot--, ane ell unaai »sr palms and drink a. cooling, re freshing soda water and eat an ic« cream or ice. We solicit wholesale •rade. both in creams and candles Our phone number Is Main 1&3 142r Good For Bliicusness. "I took two of Chamberlain 1 Stomach and Liver Tablets lat night, and I feel fifty per cent better than I have for weeks," says J. J. Firestone of Allegan, Mich. "They are certainly a fine article for biliousnese." For sale by Baer Bros., Bakersfleld; Kern Drue Co., Kern. Samples free. • Get our new irrigation folder The Only Line to SIXTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION NATIONAL Irrigation Confess ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO September 20 to October 3,1908 $34.10 Round Trip Tickets on sale September 23 to 27, incl. .Limit Oct. 31, 1908 Many side trips planned to inspect irrigation projects of surrounding country. Make you Pullman reservations early. N. J. HUDSON, Agent. Phone Main 40. A manual BOW being Issued by tha County Board of Education relative! to the High School gives in detail tlii- ?.cope 01 the work to be uuderta^- i ,1 ... tiie .lew manual training and domestic science departments, and the facts as set forth will not only interest, but be a revelation to tho public. Referring ouly In this article to the latter course, tue new manual saya: Tin; purpose of the department of domestic science Is to aiturd training iu the practical subjects that pertain to tbe home life. The course includes all forms of prctlcal housework namely, the need, selection, and serving of food hrdlu hrdlurdluu purchase, preservation, preparation, am) serving of food; disposal of waste and the care of the home. The subjects of definite instruction are cooking, marketing, serving and household economics. The general principles controlling the preparation of food are learned through practice, supplemented by such experiments as will be directive. The study of principles individually Is followed by extensive practice la the preparation of i common and desirable combinations of food, culminating In the serving of a dinner or luncheon, and the actual working out of economical menus of wholesome food. In marketing, the economical purchase and preservation of food are considered. Practice Is given in purchasing food for various purposes, Brief Outline cf .Course—Cooking. ^a) The fundamental principles of cookery and practice in the preparation of soups, vegetables, meats, cereals, biscuits, eggs; cost of materials, care of kitchen, serving a simple din-1 ner. | tb) Instruction in the preparation of more complicated dishes—bread, fish, poultry, etc.; setting and curving a table. (c) Entrees, salads, desserts, pastries, cake and creams; Jellies, cau- nlng of fruit and vegetables. (d) Menus; mrketlng; giving of entire breakfasts, luncheons and dinners. The cooking room is located on the first floor of the old High School building, and Is supplied with the most approved design of domestic science tables, upon which are gas stoves. Each pupil has a drawer containing cooking utensils, mixing mil measuring dishes, stirring spoons, kitchen knives and forks, etc., while In cupboards beneath is a full assortment of stove and kitchen furnishings. A large riustproof cupboard, a sanitary refrigerator, and a gas range, with water heater attached are also provided. For advanced work, a course In home nursing, hygiene and housekeeping will he offered. Home Nursing, The course in nursing will comprise dfiflnlte Instruction In the care of the sick, with special attention to the preparation of food for the sick and convalescent. Laboratory nrartiee will be given In the preparation of broths and special dietaries for various ailments similar to the Instruction imparted in this subject to trained nurses in a hospital training course. Requirements. One year of the work In domestic science and domestic art will be required of all girls In the freshman class,' beginning with September, 1908. This work will be given one credit, and will rank with any other subject in the High School curriculum. Stanford University accepts this subject as one of the fifteen units of the college preparatory list. The other years' work la this course are elective, but It is confidently expected that the pupils of the High School will appreciate the unusual advantage of being able to learn the fine art of scientific, hygienic, economical housekeeping while pursuing the regular academic and commercial courses. . Domestic Art. This department provides a systematic course In plain sewing, dressmaking and millinery. The course of work is carefully planned, not only to Insure R thonmuii knowledge of the subject, hut also to develop habits of order, accuracy and self-reliance. Plain Sewing. I Each pupil will be require-l ID 01 l»«, tice Set and a .set of modete covering the full course In hand sewing, consisting hemming, gathering, iiaru- aewing-mnchlne piac- [ratling, cutting and making a " underclothing, drafting, titling "taking a dress without lining, hial a shirt waist. ThU department occupies :> well- lighted room on the first floor, and is equipped with large cutting table, individual sewing tables and a sewing machine. As pupils become proficient with i he needle, instruction will be given In dressmaking and millinery. Dressmaking, The use of a practical dress cutting system will be taught, and each pupil will | )t . required to draft, cut and make n woolen dress for herself. Prerequisite preparation, the course in plain sewing. Millinery. Renovating felt and straw hats, velvets, silks and ribbons; binding and hats; cutting and putting on facinus both plain and shirred; fold und bow making, practice trimming, and making wife and buckram frames, sewing straw, making and trimming a finished hat in the prevailing mode. Prerequisite preparation, the course In plain sewing. Bell Says Bryan in California May See Win. J. Bryan Yet ' CHICAGO. Sept. UK—With the ob- : joet of perfecting an organization and ! developing plans for an aggreaive j campaign I" the Pacific coast states,! a meeting of the national committee- j men and Htate chairmen of California, j Oregon and Washington has been, called by National Chairman Mack to j meet In Portland, Oregon, on Sep-' (ember Ifith. The call was Issued to- [ day following a conference of Mack ; and National Commltteeman Miller of i Oregon, who discussed In a genera! \vny a plan to mal«e an effective cam- i pafgn In the Far West. j While no definite announcement has been made at headquarters, It Is gen-1 orally believed by the rtattonal com- ( mitteemen here that the latter part j of October will find Bryan campaign- j Ing along the Pacific. j .National Commltteeman Miller said today after hla conference with Mnck: j "Conditions are highly favorable to j the Democracy In the Pacific coast, states and I believe Mr. Bryan will get relatively a larger per cent of the j Republican vote In those states than | In any others of like population In tha country." Mack announced last night that Mr. Bryan's plans In the east had undergone a change, and that Instead of speaking In Wilmington, Del,, on September 15th, Mr. Bryan would speak o n that date In Jersey City and In Wilmington on September 17th. Mr. Bryan's date for New York City has ben also advanced from September 17th to September 18th. State Senator Thomas F. Orady of New York City was a visitor at headquarters last night and told the national commltteemen'that Norman F. •Mack was the strongest man the Democrats could nominate for governor in the Empire state. Capital Paid Up, $100,000' Surplus, $23,000 Jf trait Jftational BAKERSFtElD' A checking account with the First National Bank has BO many advantages that yon will find it a great aid in your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have you open one and test it to* yourself. . ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN / Corner 19th and H Streets. A Faithful Friend. "I have used unamnenaln'8 Colic,! Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy since! It was first Introduced to the public inl 1872, and have never found one In-1 stance where n cure was not speedily! effected by Its us«. 1 have been al commercial traveler for eighteen years! and never start out <in a trip without! thU, my faithful frl«nd," saya H, S [ Nichols of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When al man has used a remedy for thirty-fly*! year he knows Its vain* and la compe-l tent to speak of It. For sale by Baerl Bros., BakersfleM; Kern Drug Co.| Kern. Kedmen liiM night lit the regular meeting of the lodge. They are Uerlnger and R. L. Kinder. A quet was sorve<! later. A. L. ban APPEARING OLD (Los Angeles Express.) Theodore A. Bell, who arrived In Los Angeles from Bakersfleld tills morning, Is exceedingly sanguine of the success of the democratic ticket next fall. He declared that Bryan was gaining strength every day in nearlv every part of the country, and that his chances for carrying the election were steadily brightening. Mr. Bell had a busy day here, lie was met at the Arcade station by Albert M. Norton, chairman of the Democratic county committee, and O. E. Farish, and escorted to the Hollenbeck hotel, where every minute of his time was occupied up to noon in receiving local leaders of the parly. At noon he was taken to luncheon by a few of the prominent Democrats and prc gen" ce of a burrowing Korm at J o clock tie attended a meeting offnves Rtid thrives on the roots of tha Act* M • Bar to Profitable Employ* ment, You cannot afford to grow old. In these days of strenuous competition It Is necessary to maintain, ns Iqnj as possible ones youthful appearance. It Is Impossible to do this without retaining a luxurious growth of hair. The presence of Dandruff Indtrates tho burrowing Kerm which DR. LUNG CHOW DUCK ON TONQ CO. DRUG STORE Cor. 19th and Q. Bakersfleld. s*s«c*K>ooo0-a0a^mo»^^ i ^ | 6 1 1 COMFORT! Is Everything-When Traveling USE Our Superbly Equipped Overland Limited the county central committee. Following this his plans included a ' trip to Santa Monica canyon, where the Native Sons' celebration is being held, and this evening ne will deliver an address at a public meeting to be held in Turner hall. Mr. Bell said he expected to take the midnight train tor San Diego, where he is to speak tomorrow night. "My optimism as to the outlook for tho Democratic party extends to the point of warranting me In .saying hat Bryan has at least a fair chance In California, and if the sentiment In his favor continues to increase ut the same rate that has been noted in the last six weeks there will be no question that he will carry the state. All of the meetings at which I have spoken have bten surprisingly largt, and I a great deal of enthusiasm has been nianiftsted. ( "1 firmly believe that Bryan will bt elected by as large a vote as was given Cleveland in 1892, when CaH- tornla went Democratic. "Reports which are coming in from all parts of the middl ewest and south encourage this belief. The principal Issue In this campaign Is the tariff, and while both parties are pledged to a revision of the schedule of, duties, we are taking the stand that there Is reason to question the good faith of the Republicans in this respect. On the other hand, there Is no doubt of the Democratic position on this matter. "I believe, also, that large part of the labor vote will go to Bryan next fall. I say this, not because dampers and other leaders are trying to swing it that way, but because I believe the Democratic platform appeals to the laboring element more strongly than does the Republican declaration of principles. Without substantial assurance that the Interests of labor will be protected, all efforts on the pan of the labor leaders to swins the vot • either way would be of no avail. In oilier words, we nre nut depending M> much upon any promises'of support that h-ive been mini" by any of Ui'- leaders as u]-:,u our own position n.- this matter." hair until It causes total baldness. Newbro'B Herplcldo In t v ' onlv knmm destroyer of this pent, p-' It Is as ofteo- ' live a.. It Is delightful to uso i Herplcldo makes an clpRnnt hair draas- j (ng as well as Dandrutt cure. Accept no substitute— there la none. Bold by lenfllnK drugglsU. Send lOo. to stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co., Detroit. Mioa. Two Sizes. W~. and SI J. A. HUGHES. Snecial Aarent. Californlan want a<la. Best results.) •{• * ''f * * 't * * i ******** $ E. H. LOVELAND * Wholesale Produce Merchant * Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, •>? Eggs, and all farm products. Callfornlati want ads. Best results Dependable Goods ait Weld's Our New Fall Neckwear, Belts and Trimmings Are Recieving Lots of Attention and Admiration Little acceHHories such as neckwear, bolts and trimmings piny quite au important part in the fushion world of today. The season's styles in these are beautiful and we're glad to tell you how complete and thoroughly up-to-date our assortment is. Call nnd inspect thorn—we're sure you'll admire and he most interested. Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street ON THE EAGLES The Southern Bakersfield's Leading 1 HotaJ Cuisine. Service Unexcelled The Great Salt Lake Cut Off And Union Pacific YOUR COMFORT AND QUICK SERVICE ASSURED. Southern Pacfic Co. Ti.e K.ltles held : lust nluhi at winch i !;. \V. D-cker i, of Fainoso. and tlv THANKFUL THEY WERE SAVED ! FROM DEATH i ] By the Ktreiu-th an<i reliability • •>' ' well made harness man;, |'--'Vi should hi-. th-jt |,,,v,- cxpi-rlen.'" : .: 'away ai:cld»m*. You are va:>- '..•'• I harm as long as a harm.-.-* j from our superb Moek di 1 '-*:-"-, •. horses. We have the latest and h' -• | , lf Ul ,. „„„„,,,„„ \ Vl ., ln .,,,|., y styles in all kinds of light, and heavy hcr*-at'<.er will be di>vot.-d I'titlrely to I DIXON SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Embalrnera. Successors to Morton & Connolly. ],:nly Attendant. 1414 19th 8t' RED CROM AMBULANCE. Phone, Nigbt or Day, Main IV .•!.' i of tl,,- |n,-ai loii^i.. , ,,. , Last I'Uht a n.-u in«.s \va- adopted. 3H8QI .s. Jap robes and horse gwd.n 'generally. PIONEER HABNEU IHOP MATT80N BROS. > Phon* Mala 1144 1821 Chaator Ava Uhliji-ss. the hecond iiiiil fourth | InesH and initiation, the third to an open social session, and the fifth, whenever they occur, to business and social. Redmen Initiate. Two local residents were made The Poultry and Egg Exchange THRON8EN & STALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bak- ersfleld and Kern, > 2115 Q ttnst. Phor* Main 693.

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