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September 23, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

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The Only Exclusive Piano Store! IN BAKERSF1ELD LARGE STOCK, LOW PRICES, EASY TERMS, SHEET MUSIC ORDERS TAKEN j Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block-1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. E..KEY, Manager Dependable Goods at Welll'« The Most Pupular Fall Suitings Now Await Your Selection Broadcloths are tlic most popular of the new- fall dress yoods, while cheviots, st'i'^es. tweeds and fancy mixtures are greatly in demand. Gun assortment is complete, and no matter what you're looking for, it's here. The colors are burgundy, tans, browns, greens, bin PS, "rays and hhu-k, and all are included in our elegant line of new fall materials. CJpt in touch with the new fall suitings by seeinir them riu'ht away. Phones —Dry Goods. 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street MAIL and EXPRESS ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 68 Works Phone, Main 163 BAKER8FIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENOVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Good* called for and Delivered. Contract* taken. Office, 2027-2029 Charter Avenue. Works, Corner Eighth and L Street*, Bskersfleld, Cal. DIXON <& SON Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Embalmera. Successors to Morton A Connolly. Lady Attendant. 1414 19th Itt RID OROIB AMBULANCE. Phone, Night or D»y, U*in f> The Poultry a nd Egg Exchange THRON3EN & STALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Eggs. Prompt Delivery In Bakersfield and Kern. Phone Main 593. 2115 Q Street. HEARST AND ROOSEVELT ALLIES TO DEFEAT BRYAN, BUT WALL ST. FOR TAFT Hearst and Roosevelt have joined hands to defeat Bryan, Both the President and the newspaper man are mak- Ins ;;;eir coalition very plain. Roosevelt accepts Hearst as an ally, and Hoarnt says in glaring headlines that his method of campaigning Is endorsed by Roosevelt. If there was ••VIM- any 'doubt as to the tftil obiectj of Hearst's party, It is now dissipated. And while Roosevelt and Hearst arc crying vociferously against Bryan, Wall street, including 2t5 Broadway, Is all for Taft. Ha money Is being spent for Taft. It is betting Us money on Taft and It is leaving nothing undone to elect Taft. Isn't the issue very plain? Governor Hnskell has demanded a 'hearing <i( the Hearst charge asalnst him and Hearst says ilu- demniul is humorous. Haskell says the charge is- false, I anil Roosevelt, despite his verbosity about the "square deal," condemns the man without a hearing. Bryan's letter to Roosevelt, published in part In the Californian yesterday, is here given In full. 'Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States: "Dear Sir—In a statement given out by you yesterday and published In this" morning's papers, you endorse a charge made against Governor Haskell of Oklahoma, to the effect that he was once in the employ of the Standard Oil Company and as such employe was connected with an attempt to bribe or influence Attorney General Monnett of Ohio to dismiss stilts pending against the Standard Oil Company. In endorsing this charge you attack the Democratic party and its candidate, saying that 'Governor Haskell ! stands high In the councils of Mr. Bryan and Is the treasurer of his national campaign committee.' "And you add that 'the publication of this corerspondence has not merely justified in striking fashion the action of the administration but also casts a curious side light upon the attacks made upon the administration, both In the Denver convention which nominated Mr. Bryan and in the course of Mr. Bryan's campaign. 'Your charge is so serious cannot allow it to go unnoticed, ernor Haskell has denied that lie was ever employed by the Standard Oil Company In any capacity, or was ever connected with It In any way, or the transaction upon which your charge is based. "Governor Haskell demanded an Investigation at the time the charge wa.s first made, offering to appear and testify and he demands an investigation now. I agree with you that if Govern- or Haskell Is guilty as charged, he is unfit to be connected with the Democratic national committee and I am sure that, you will agree with me that if he is innocent be deserves to be ox- from so damaging an accusa- JOLLY TIME AT LODGE MEETING h" selection of Governor Has- chairman of the committee un inn* at Denver and as treasurer IV mocratlc national committee approval and endorsement, I y iimy to demand an inime II •stigatlon of the charge against lursed by (lie President of 111 I'ni'eii suites. Your high position, as well a, \onr sense of justice, would pivver, 1 \oii clvlng sanction and clrcti iaiinr, 1:1 ,-iu'h a charge without proof and I respectfully request, therefore. that >mi furnish any proof which you have ii. \oiir possession. If you liavi no piiicif. | request that you Indicate a method by which the truth may In iisrenaiiieil. Without consulting Mr Haskell, I will agree that he will appear for investigation before any tri- Initial, public or private, which you ma> indicate and 1 will further agree thai his connection with the national committee and with this campaign shall cease in the event that the decision of such tribunal connects him in any way with the charge or In case. you, after an investigation of facts say that you believe him guilty of the charges made. "As tlie candidate of the Democratic puny 1 shall not permit any responsible member of the Republican organization to misrepresent the attitude of the Democratic party during the campaign. I have assisted you to the extent of my ability in remedial ineas- j HI-PS which I deemed for the public Rood which you have undertaken. 1 , have urged Democrutls to support j such measures and I have advocated i more radical measures against private monopolies than either you or your associates have been willing to undertake. Til" platform of the Demo- orratlc parly is clear and specific on this subject us on other subjects, while the platform of the Republican party is uncertain and evasive. . "The Democratic candidate for vice i, . i president, Mr. Kern, joined with me In •requesting the Democratic national committee to fix a maximum of flO,- '"jo for individual contributions and to publish before the election all contributions above $lf»i and the committee acted favorably on this request. The Republican candidate and the Re imhlican committee proposed no pub licatlon before the election but publi cation after the election. I submit i lull our committee has given the bet ter evidence of its freedom from con neeilon with, or obligation to. the pre latory in'erems. Our committee hoi knowingly received a dollar fron .my corporation known as a trust atv it will not receive any money froi such. If any money is contribute by such persons without, the know t'«!ge of •, it will be rt fact is disco\ $20 first; $10 second $50 Cash Premiums In an hour or more by any boy or girl, man or woman, but one in each family, without any cost to you, and no peddling or canvassing. And to .ach one competing, we will also give a small useful article. Send postal for particulars, mentioning this paper, to WEST COAST MILL, 705-709 So. Griffin Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. O:K- of the most jolly lodge meetings of the year was held by the Women of Woodcraft last evening. There were all manner of games and contests and then a big banquet with many good things to eat served as a fitting climax to the whole affair. The ladies who enjoyed vacations away from home during the summer months were the hostesses to the "stay at homes" and they certainly did their part well. The banquet table WU piled high with good things to eat] and it was well bordered with industrious banqueters who took care to see that none of the edibles went to waste. The program of games and contests was a long one and provoked much merriment. A novel "Jaw breaking" contest was won by Lam&nda Auatln, who disposed of her hard rock candy first. Tom Burke was the moat athletic of the gentlemen present, winning the potato race and the men's sack race. Uirnanda Auatln was a winner aagln, this time In the ladies' sack race, and Miss Pear! Ward also captured two prizes, the hop race and the honor of being the best looking of the "stay at homes." The meeting did not break up until a late hour. Eagles Tonight. The regular weekly meeting of the Ragles takes place tonight. Cards have been issued for the dance to- 'morrow night which will be the first lot' the reirular Thursday nlelu dances .'of the Ragles of the new sa*on. The Kngles have been r-areful in th jlrlbutlon of the invitation- an :''•omiiii; 'Inure, as ii! the pa-t. [a O'.oioiialily enjoyable affair. i Owls Last The Owls held a r<-i;iiL last nlnlii and a large alter/ present to participate la tin class of six candidates wen- Next Tuesday night big Initiation followed v-y The new candidates a Baker, Haldy Wils-ou, Ann- Tom Taylor, Char'.i-y Km- Moor", .lame and li;r. o ['slier. BLUE RIBBON SAL1 OF LIVE STOCK AT TULARE. turned as soou as th ered. "The Democratic party Is making an honest and an honorable fight in d< tense of Its principles and policies- enunciated in its platform and It ex pects and will demand fair anil hon orable treatment from those who art In charge of the Republican campaign With great respect, etc., very truly yours. WM. J. BRYAN." 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L — tiJW ^i*i\-O i'- - * •- *^10 for 10 cents Sottt Safya>H*ra THE JOHN BOLLMAN COMPANY, Manufacturer San Franchco Tlhe Southern Bakersfield's Leading HottJ Cuisine, Service Unexcelled TOURIST Automobiles A NOTICE OF IMPORTANCE TO AUTOMOBILISTS A large reduction baa been made in the price of automobile tires, taking effect eSpt. 1, 1908. If you are buying tires at the old list you are paying too much. Call and get new prices. It enaans a lot of oney to you if you have to buy tires. Bakersfield Auto Supply Go. 19th and'G St. Phone Main 1260 E. J. Erb. W- E. Drury Honeat values are ever wedded with truthful words. We can save you money if you buy our assortment, pots, pans, kettles, woodenware at 25c. Let us asslts you, Winters, Bridges, Simpson Compay. Your Daily bread KERN RIVER MILLS FLOUR QUICK TIME TO Kansas lily St. Louis and Chicago ON THB i a' I he head of hi- te-.'d. Ill" ,• • I pri/e winner* nu tiie 1'acitii- This sale will I"- preeeil.Ml by a concert and parade of th" entire prize winning herd of Geo. A Smith. GOLDEN STAT[ LIMITED Through Pullman and Touri;t Cars Splendid Diuing Oar ••rvie*. Southern Pacific Company Callforntaa ads bring quick returns.

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