The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 26, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, September 26, 1908
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THE BAKERHFIELD CALIFORNIA?* SATURDAY. SBPTRMBBR 26, 1908. FOLLOW THE CROWD Redlick's Opening—Musical ramme Way TREAT FOR EVERYBODY Millinery Parlors TONIGHT SECOND FLOOR~7:30 SHARP Fasn • I LEAGUE MEETS * Yoatunlay afternoon at 4 o'clock word was ruct'iwl trorn (he officials of I ho league that a o! T the I', r. A. A. I,, would he h<»M in Tn laic today. This .short notice puts tho local team in ji pretty tight place es the representatives, Drury Wie man and Coach Urifilth, hud tint heen instructed by the schooIr-J^An Impromptu meeting was hold on the fiwf hall lot nnd hy motion the rep- rt*(=rntaUves woi> instructed not to n?k J'ov the track meet here. They wore asked lo endeavr»p to have the in i In- following order: Foot- tall, ha s I; e thrill, track and baseball. It will be i,> mem bored that at the 3apt meeting of ibe league it was do- rhlrd to have tho league taUo over thr <-onlnil nf the huskKhall, tennis *nd oratory, us wll ;IH the inter-sdionl tie hat inv;. H "''eh it nn» f be le;mur> only controlled football, track and base hull. The local representatives were instructed to favor having the tennis meet and oratorical contest on the day of the lldd meet. The boys are thinking seriously of getting up a basketball team and trying for honors. At the last meeting there was some discussion on the question of having the baseball seasou follow football, thus bringing track the last event, which was hoped would avoid bad weather. This must be dcideri today H( the meeting. oi'd was also received to attend meeting of the basketball league at Visalia. Hacliel Smith, president of the Oirls' Athletic Association, and Mr. Gainer left this morning on the S:I5 Santa Fe with Mr. Griffith and Drury Wleman. nma REGISTRAII INCREASING KID MURRAY WANTS TO FIGHT WINNER. Kid Murray, an ambitious Los Angeles featherweight. lias telegraphed a challenge to fight the winner of tonight's battle between Mike Kutchos and Yount; Mc.r.nvevu. Murr*\y is no relation tn the Kid Murray who fights iti on** of tonight's preliminaries. Ha at between 118 and 120 pounds Death overcame v. -D. Whlttemore, the well known and respected local resident, today at noon after an illness which confined him to his home, l>r»or t L street, for some time past. The deceased was 70 years of ano and a Mason of high degree. The local lodge of Masons will conduct the funeral Monday afternoon at ."> o'clock from Payne & Son's chapel. The lodge members will meet at their temple at E o'clock, the afternoon of the funeral. Mr. Whlttemore was a native of New York state and cam** west to make his home In this city about Ten years ago. His death is the first to break In his immediate family chain. Ho is survived by his w.ldow, a son, A. D. Whittomore and a daughter. Miss Alice Whine-more. Th" late Mrs. McLeoil was Mr, Whltt^mo-e's Histev. H. M. Reed an,j T. L. Reed art Deputy County Clerk Bedell Smith this afternoon completed compiling the registration in the Kern River oil fields and Kern and In both sections there has been a small increase over the registration of two years ago. The increase is sufficient to more than make up for the small decrease in tho ' Bakersfleld registration. The Kern figures are: HASKELL RESIGNS (Continued From Page 1.) North Kern South Kern rr* \ rotal In the $29 oil fields. * • 4 I > Oil . Petroleum 1906 340 00Q . . » * 4* *« 3 11)08 503 363 864 1908 2119 571 and says he will taVu> on any of them. 1 here from Reedley. Total , ................ 568 : Tho prospects are that the county's ' registration this year will be equal to i if not slightly greater than that of Use And Recommend MISS MILDRED HOLLAND the Charming- and Deservedly Popular Theatrical Star, writes as follows: '! . .tin uiili NVwhro'* Hei'|ii*'ide. It is ju-' \\b;il I b.-.Mi bitikii:- I'nr. 1 iii!!l thai ii nni only preu-nts dand- <en ihai ii stop:, tin- bair from falling out |i j, s it UIUM vsMm;, .md no lad\'s toilet table is romplel IUmhMt HOLLAND. bai A ^'niit;m to In- j.ivtty nuist !t,t^- [trvtty h.-iir. There is a *"l'tli cli;n-m ;ib<>ul lieautiful kiir tint (etuis m-nv lo persim- '»| sHlormniMit than all of the '*hejmty doctors" comitim-d. The The liaii ue-'il not In- of extnt-n-diiiary or almunmil leimth, but it must lia\ e Ihjll ill.stim-it veiiess of ;| p(M-;t t';t tier Mutt coim'S t'nun mleihiirnt raiv. ami is the result ol' pei'lVd health. The most rnituivti la'lies tn every cumunmity use \V\vbrn's Ilorpit-ide ; and \vheu you see a h.-ad ni* hair' that ulistons with heauty and is radiant with life, it \< a I'airly M- U od indi- iou that \( l \\iu-(v's llei-pieide has hreu used. A cotutu.iit ( ause 01 ilullni'ss ol' ihn hair is l!n- |M --.'iice of line thist and soul In the streets ih ;! t is l\epi in et-n^uuit motion Ity troll\ cai:^, autonmbil.^, etc. This Utn- -hNt -• i're(|Uent\l I;idi-Il U'ifh dis"-" :.;eilti.- .'(dhi-fes lo the hail all ! dtills ils naiural iusier. A de!ii;lHi"u[ \\'a> lo cii-an.-e aiul lie.-mUi'v (be b.iir i> to moisten it Hoih wills N.'\s hj n 1 ,-, Merpieid.- and draw il I'ull.v IhrnUHh U.e hair, taldn/, .,1,,- : , t iia!l ; -traii! at a tin.-' 1: ll\:\\ be dolle dai|\. or less ol'l-- u, ,.s deviled. The ivsllll of u i H only iu th bi-iiily of tlu- li 111 it follows, too frequent va Mils ele.itlsili:; | amount <d' di: ' 'iti- and tin- sei nampooini; will -':tiu', ttf (b-- itair , .--,-; \vill pro\e a s :M\.-d. but in th i' t le;inlin-~-s and .1 r l 'ino\'r this , Xe\vbro's cllrpl ,.!<• is the Un-th ! iliMnlniiV j^vrm." h ei'iulu-airs dan ! h;iir. It is Ihe onh r ,il sculp jn\>}i!i\i. litflitful inn] jvi'r< -liin^ hnir divssiM 1 ..- sculp insl,-i-.1 i v. n E 1 remedy tliat "KilU ! ' 'IT J'llnl Stn| "s l';) i "•I !c ill exist.-f •,•. A St o; is lie! i , NO. 915 • Guaranteed under tl e Fcod anif Drug Act t Ju.u: 30, 100o. ;; Two Sizes, 50c and $1 at Dy.ijp Stores, Send iCc in ciamus to 4 THE HERPIC1DE CO., Depi, L, Detroit, Mich, for >• i;n ple. HUGHES Special Agent APPLICATIONS AT PROMINENT BARBER SHOPS \. m-± JJ '» -V f '--'*.* T I -i L * f A--.' V . , V L *i" » ' *•* •-<• vy ;•;, x "A 1 i --- v -". - ~f - ^= : ":- ;: ^ frJA , * V. - H. I *•> ,\ » * *? . ^ - ':-•' f<.--\/, s«^^m-.- ^fc* s v. — Ik— '-'. I' 1 *** 1 ! •f $$ •.•i -i',./' -^ & AKt 1 * -m Vi • .-: t< I* *-' •* "^ >*..; -<^*A-J 1 J -J> r ¥\ ;fc ff® *. ' • * * !-'$»• r\ f •• •:*•$ .- v • .v? ;.w" ,« • JL Jl I ......M/ *™, S I ^^^L '-"..---....y J-rn-iL-^ 1 - - "Hon. Frank H. Vlitchcock, chairman Republican national committee, New York: My Dear Mr. Hitchcock: —Recently 1 have noticed various criticisms of my being the director of the speakers' bureau, and as u member of the executive committee, on account of my relation to the E. I. Dupont De Nemours Powder Company, which is belag sued by this government. The merits of that suit will be demonstrated in due course of judicial procedure. 1 hav? always heen a loyal supporter of the Republican party, both state ami national, and I am not willing to bo in any wise the means of bringing odium on me party organization, however un f mui«J- ed I may deem sucn tniicism to be. I therefore respect fulyI tender my resignation as a membe.* of the executive committee and as a director of the speakers' bureau, fu.iy appreciating trie great courtesy .vhich ! have uniformly received at the hands of yourself and my other assocti'k-s. Yours very truly. "T. C. DUPONT. 1 ' In an elaboration of the announce* nicnt Chairman HUoheork said that General Dupont had resigned he felt "that the pen .I. 1 ? icy of by the government ag-uust tuo powder company with which lie is nocted might be employed ty our opponent H to the injurv of the cam- pitimi to which he is so *:arnes l ;ly tic- i * ~^* voted. His resignation, therefore, has Came Before Cabinet Meeting. WASHINGTON, Sept. 25.— It is ur. derstood that the case of T. Coleman Dupont of Delaware, whose resignation as the head of the speakers' bureau of the national Republican committee was announced today, was discussed at today's cabinet meeting. It is said that the President wrote a letter to Chairman Frank H. Hitchcock suggesting that Dupont's connection with the so-called powder trust made him unsuitable for official connection with the committee, but Secretary Loeb tonight declined to either affirm or deny the report, saying that there was nothing to say ou this point. Dupont is the head of the company sued In the courts by the department of justice for vlalotion of the Sherman anti-trust law. It was expected that a statement would be given out at the White House tonight regarding the charges of Governor Haskell of Oklahoma con earning the franchises of the Prairie Oil and Gas Company, which has fig- gured conspicuously in recent telegraphic correspondence, but after the question had been considered at th« cabinet meeting, it was decided to wit hold the statement pending the reply of William J. Bryan to the President's recent communication re- gardiug Governor Haskell. Miss Elizabeth Miller has returned from the east, where she spent the summer. J, F. Dearth came down from the canyon this afternoon iu his auto. "Have you ever made an effort to reach the hearts of the people with your speeches?" inquired the constituent. "The hearts of the people?" echoed the young statesman, "Why, I haven't jet''gotten a a far as the eye of the speaker,"—Washington Star. THE HUB \ THE BEST CLOTHES STORE Colegian Cloth Clothes of the Hour ADLER LWAUKEE •••: •: \ ./• •"'• Vp to the minute—yes a lit- i* boyond. kt Collegian" Clothing is iii a class by itself, will) ;m nil 1 of el.^nnco L ^ aud oxel Colleian individualit. is within a step of perfection, NEW HATS STIFF AND SOFT NEW SHIRTS NEW UNDERWEAR BEST SOES~-"SELZ" MODERATE PRICES S.WISEKOPF

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