The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 14, 1908 · Page 3
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1908. THE BAKEBSFIELD CALIFORNIAN Pianos Galore "We tire soiling quite a number of Pinnos now since we h;\\v our new store in the new Fish Hloek; it omibles us to carry such n largo stock, that in goin^r through the store you cannot help finding just what you are looking for in way of Piano, price and terms. -An illustration of this is the Upright Piano VISITORS THRONG ST. GLAIR HOSPITAL ON RECEPTION DAY in Rosewood Case, for $50 On Easy Payments This is one which was traded in find is undoubtedly a good chance for some one who wants a Piano at an extra low price., Our fine Steinways. A. B. Chase, Estey, Emerson, Kurtz- mans, Sterlings and others are unquestionably the finest display of elegant Pianos ever shown in Bakersfidd. Conic see us. The lady clerks will take your orders for sheet music if yon wish. You must hear our wonderful Plaver Pianos. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block—1820 K-Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager Hundreds of people, men, women and children, attended the public reception at the St. Clair hospital on Sunday afternoon, and took advantage ot the opportunity offered of acquainting themselves with the details of t.ie institution, the establishment of which Is to fill a great need in the community. The visitors were received by t'.'.c-r Frund, Mother Superior Mary Vincent and her assistants. All were courteously shown through the apartments of the two buildings and every attention was given to inquiring I thrown open to visitors yesterday. j This biiildinc; formerly stood as It I does now, in Grass Valley and was ; l/.onght her- by the late I... P. St. j Clair. Sr., in sections and re-erected. I Strangely c nough itg interior ar- j rangemunt adapts Itself admirably to j the purposes for which It Is designed. I From the entrance hall to the left j there Is a small room leading from which, through an arch, is a larger apartment. \\-h<Tt> the chapel for the | Sisters has hnen arranged. This was j pun:osly placed away from the main being a good ball player. Gordon nillesplo of Kern will be the other pitcher and between the two the ladies should be worried somewhat to hit the ball. Bull Holmes will do the back stopping, while Charlie Hare. Hen Forker, Dave Kuehn, "Spot" Mi'.cnuirdo, Allen am) "Lefty" Stoner will be material from which the Infield will beJiamed. The outfielders will f»e picked tram Brown, Alexander, Cavins, Hoopes, Harmer Jones and several others who are desirous of playing. • • • ATTORNEY JUD RUSH IS NAMED FOR CONGRESS .Inil R. Rush has been noiiiinntcd for Congress by the Democrats of I,os Angeles, and the eloquent attorney promises McLachlan the fight of his life. . ' *» » Callfornlan want ads. Best results. MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 69 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, Bjkersfleld, Cat. THE ST. CLAIR HOSPITAL. BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU * When you want reliable help of <t * any kind at no oust to you call 4 •* us up. We ilso supply Chinese 4 * and Japanesu help. 4 * Phone 313. 1219 19th St 4 At * * -J. "* »• ALBERT WEEDAUL, Prop. * * First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, * * Shrubbs, Roses, Cut Flowers, FIf ,•- * * al Designs. ^Orders promptly filled •{• * Corner Sixth St. and Chester A»-«. * \ 'Phene, Main 745 * CallfornTan 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 Paim; toi'-a ana sit under jur palms and drlijk a cooling, re freshing soda water and eat an lc» cream or Ice. We solicit wholesale •rade, both In creams and candles Our phone number Is Main 1S3. 142.' Good For Bliicusness. "I took two of Chamberlain' 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 biliousness." For sale by Baer Bros.. Bakersfleld; Kern Orutr Co., Kern. Samples free. * Get our new Irrigation folder Get our new irrigation foldei | The Only Line to 'SIXTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION NATIONAL Irrigation Congress ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO * September 29 to October 3, 1908 guests. Though there are curtains and other hangings not yet in place, the equipment of the several apartment* Is practically completed, and by Tuesday, the date of formal opening, ai- will be in readiness. The Impression made by the airy, comfortable wards and rooms is best, summarized by quoting the words ot' u visitor, "It is bad to be sick, but if It has to come, this looks like a mighty comfortable place to go through the ordeal." On entering the reception hall, the men's ward Is to tha left with a second ward in the rear. Between the two Is the nurses instruction and physician's consultation room. Across the hall in the rear Is the women's ward, and the other apartments on the lower floor are fitted up as private rooms. On the upper floor, and facing the stair landing is the operating room, thoroughly fitted up with the best equipment known to science. A smaller room adjoins, and In the rear of this is a second small room with water heaters and antiseptic tanks. On this floor also are six private rooms, j all bandsomely furnished, and giving the hospital a capacity of eight sucu rooms in all. Addition Contemplated. But even now it Is foreseen that the building, commodious as it is, will not prove adequate to the demands upon it, and plans have been called for for the construction of a wing extending north from the main building for a distance of 200 feet, which extension will reach the wall of the smaller structure, which is to be the home of the Sisters and other attendants. It Is expected that the work of construction on this addition will be under way within a period of six months. The Sisters' Residence. The old St. Clair house, now the residence of the Sisters, was also OLD RELIABLE Painters 8NYDER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING SIGNS Phone Main 1136 1527 Wall St Bakersfleldl, C»l. Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checking account with the First National Bank has so many advantages that you 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 fo r yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Comer 19th and H Strata. Round Trip $34.10 Tickets on sale September 2;) to 27, incl. .Limit Oct. :U,.1908 Many side trips phinnod'to inspept: irrigation projects of surrounding country. Make you I'lilhmm reservations early. N. J. HUDSON, Agent. Phone Main 40. building, in order that the hospital proper might, be as non-sectarian as possible. Jvist across the hall from the chapel is a room to be utilized as a lecture or Instruction room for the Sisters. The upper floor Is iittl- I/.IM! for lUing rooms for the Sisters and nurses. The nun (HI- of an inst/uctor for the nurses has not yet been definitely determined, but the school of instruction will be an important feature In the institution. Opening Tuesday. The formal opening of the hospital •as announced, will be on Tuesday, and already six patients have spoken for rooms 'in the new institution. All the local physicians are taking much interest In the hospital, which they In common with the general public, recognize fills a great want IE the community. Service* at (Hospital Chapel. One of the noted and impressive scenes nt the reception was the ser j vices held In the community -chapel mentioned. While many were attending the reception In the hospital building proper, a large number of Catho; Ili-s and friends were attending solemn I benediction in the beautiful little jdiapei. It was impressive to see clei'sy, acolytes and laity kneeling In ' silent prayer followed by music and : chanting of priests. Father Frund, 1 rector of St. Francis, was the celebrant, Father Peter Cauley of Erie, Pa., deacon, and Father K. Heffernan of Kern City, sub-deacon. James ! O'Hare was censor bearer and the | acolytes were Gregory Newhouse, , fieorge Coyne, George Wilbur and James Petrlnl. Mrs. Chris Helbllng j presided at the organ and wits ably i assisted by members of both the sen- j lor and junior choirs. The services closed with the singing of "Holy God" by all present. The chapel Is j one of the neatest ever erected In 1 'his city. Dependable Goods at Welll's Our New Fall Neckwear, Belts and Trimmings Are Recieving Lots of Attention and Admiration Little accessories such as neckwear, belts and trimmings play quite an important part in the fashion 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 and inspect them—we're sure you'll admire and be most interested. HIGH SCHOOL FOOfBALl FLAYERS BEGIN SEASON'S PRACTICE aaxx&www COMFORT! Is Everything-When Traveling USE Our Superbly Equipped Overland Limited VIA The Great Salt Lake Cut Off And Union Pacific YOUR COMPORT AND QUICK SERVICE ASSURED. Southern Pacfic Co. fcaaaowv The football season was opened at the Kern County high school this af-1 tcrnooa by ihe first practice of tho ' now school year. Coach Griffith la In j charge and the twenty-flve young i huskies wno have signed the training agreement went at their work with ranch snap and clash. The prospects for a winning team were nevt i brighter In the history of the school and the healthy spirit whlh pervade* the institution this year bids fair to produce a rattling good eleven. Coach I'.rifllth is a practical too: hall man. Hi. lias .seen lour years of active work at quarterback position in • the coioi'i or the University of Ohio alter the usual work in the pr-'p;ira- lory schools. After his gradual Ion from college he taught and coai tie.; football at Breese Military Aeui|em> in Missouri and has been in with tho new rules and style of since adopted. Mr. Griffith lias shown the »'/>•« ho means business and it they \< the course mapped out by him will be very strong pennant eonie^!- ers if" not pennant winners, riinok- (UK, late hours and niuihcr's ti;n^' pies and sweetmeats must l»- set ;<H!<i< ul tint family hoard for the hardie: and more strength producing too.!stuffs. This edict goe s into ..ffe.-' t< day and Coach (iritlltli bus einpua!: cally announced that the leu-' .;. I I'ingemetit on the honor bound asi''"' ment will he sufficient cause for expulsion inyn the squail, which \u:i carry with it disgrace ami shame i:. the ,.ye.-i of the loyal school mate.- Tlie boys are releasde from th'-i: stlldieK at I!:-I" every atlrnooii an : 4 (iVIoi'k I'oiinj them in their fun 1 - lial! toys today. They ran to Hecri' atioii Park when; the season's won; will be done and after about an hour of rudimentary work ran hack to the school house for a shower and rub down. The work for the first week or BO will he easy so as to cause no In- urtea and as the candidatea become hardened more strenuous will be the orders of the coach. Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. The Southern Bakerifleld's Leading Hotel Cuisine, Service Un«nco«ll«d DIXON .SON Undertakers, Funeral, Directors, Embalmers. Successors to Morton & Connolly. Lady Attendant. 1414 19th it' RED OKOIS AMBULANOI. Phone, Night or Day, Main IV There are a number of husky freshmen boys on the squad, but the most promising of the new comers are the MIoud boys, John and Uloyd, and Ceril Baker, all former Oakland High School playorti. The Strom! boys are brothers of "Big Bon," one of the I'niveisity of California's best known i i.ittKillers, The younger Strouds in 1 .- born footballers and will be a lower of strength to this year's team. 1 .1'ilin was chosen for one of the half i .' "•); positions on the All-Academic I i.- uiiri team last season, Walker j Kiuikin, Babe M. MeKlnley, Drury j \\ "imaii, Ralph (Stockton, Omar Cav- i •.a-. Ben Korker and Lefty Stoner are! •i t'"w of rhe veterans who have re•••"in": iiii'l it is considered more than ; I;'-., iy that Tim English and Hugo ' , Kiiilcy will lake up studies In the , :i••ml before the next few days ...i -.1, V.'ilb this array of football tal- •. • -M, a team as last as any scholastic ! i-'Kregatioi) in the' stale should oer- ! '.'inly be formed. The Poultry and Egg Exchange THRON8EN & 8TALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bate ersfield and Kern. 211SQ Street. Phone Main 593. 'tie BAIL TEAM WILL BE A STRONG ONE '•. .-li'ir; l>i'a<t;rc name \\;r bad a' '•' •• reiuion i J arU yrsti-rday .I'l'iiicinn !>i't'))anitiull for thi' Kiiui' 1 to be .vyed tvxt Sunday with the ladles' ; I'lull i-liiti of Chicago. Captain '•'.'• sl.'y (ixmn had more ihan iweiity •.ii.vet'H on' fir practice ami ;i strong • .itn should be formed I'mm that uiiinher aiie. the old standby* who <i;.l nut show uji. i Joe Kearncv, a former plldier of ih" Lowell lii!4b School in San Krpn- flm;o. is now res idiii),' here and he will be, one of the gunners to stand up asainst the feminine tensors. The young San Franciscan, while he did not have much chance to show his cullbr« yesterday, gave evidence of Over I he Tehachapi By Daylight ! ii'Jiin leaves Kresti Los .\ ;.. til. Art' 1 ' 1 ' ''•* Ari'ix es I'Yes- 110 7 ;17 i 1 in. A DELIGTFUL TRIP USE THIS TRAIN Southern Pacific Co.

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