The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 1, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 1, 1908
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THE BAKEBSFIELD CALIFORNIAN THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908. THE NEW STORE. There's Nothing Bett'.-r I han a Ice Cold Glass of "San Diego" Beer quenc ft' vim iiki- Ilicn " San i ):i fulfill iili yiiiir know how ll '\'e 'itt. dy I'lijoYs "San , r it hiis ii (i;i vnr i i'jlit, nrnl filwiiys ill- 1 thirst. iiki- irood beer. n" beer will xpectations. !:; ii\viiy ! Fred GuntherCo. Wholesale Liquors Families Supplied 1511 Eighteenth St. No Bar Phone Main 99 BANKERS CONSIDERING THE GUARANTEE PLAN. The Holy Hour Service Tonight This evening hc'Kinnhu ,!t ":?•*) the "Holy Hour." :i month!.-, il'-votlon In honor of the Sacred H'MH of Jesus will tiikr place. Owing t', the resolution of many to comply with the request of the present Pop' 1 I'i'is X re- panlliiK the more frequent commtin- Ion, a large number will he out this ^•veiling to attend the gervlci-s. Father rrtiml, assisted by Father Leo, ! will lie In charge. Benediction and | special music by the choir will with i public and private prayer make up the hour. First Friday Tomorrow. Tomorrow being the first Friday of the month there will be special first Friday masses at St. Francis. Communion masses will be at 6:30 and 8 n. m. Confessions tills afternoon from 4 to 5 and during Holy Hours .as well as before each of the Masses tomorrow morning. Sunday St. Francis Day. | Next Sunday will be the patron feast day of St. Francis church. Masses will be as follows: Low mass, 7:45 a. m. Children's masa, 9 a. m. Solemn high mass with three priests, ]1 a. ra. Special musical program and a sermon by the Very Rev. Peter Cauley of Erie, Pa. Special Holy Rosary services in the evening. October Rotary Month. The month of October in the Catholic ehurch Is devoted to special devotion to the Mother of God. Th* Rosary will h e recited hoth publicly DENVER, Oct. 1,—At the closing session of the American Bankers Association today officers were elected and resolutions adopted. There was no opposition to Vice President George M. Reynolds for president ', iVrtore'th'e'uist'mass'. and I*wls h. Pierson for vice pre-sl- | B and Girls SotU |, ty Day Sunday, trot. I he quest on of guaranteeing I Noxt Snndnv will be the commun- bank eposits wl! come up this af- | , on ,, for ,,; e , )OVs and girls of the ternoon o n consideration of the re- > parlsh aml , t)o members of the two port in opposi'ion to the plan. and privately during the month. Special Rosary devotions every Thursday evening. The Rosary will also be publicly recited each Sunday PROGRAM AT MORLEY'S IS CHANGED TONIGHT. Tonight Is change of program night at Morley's and Manager Para promises another good show. He has secured several good reels of pictures nnd the illustrated songs are also of a high grade. Sodalities. (Omm'inion All must approach holy at the Children's mass. C. A. Newman, teacher of Fhone Main 501. Producers building. violin. Bank tf NOTICE OF MEETING. | Notice is hereliv given thut the annual meeting of the H!OI Ubplders ot the McKlttrick Kxtenslon Oil Con,nun,• I will be belli at the office of tin- cor- | iioration. room No. '107. Producers Sav- , imrs Hunk building HakersfleH C:.|i. fornla. on Momlav. October 12th.. 19H.S, : ;it the hour of I o'clock if. m. ot said dav for the uurnose ol eject inir a Hoard of Directors for the ensuing year, find the transaction of such other business aH mav corne before tin meeting. .. C, BHOWEK. Scev Callrornmn want Ads bnne K«>?uJt» ',,•**.•.. .,-.. -. • .. - ---..'<•_ -V, I 11 1-.I1 t 11 •> huildini'. corner 19th and H streets. Bakorsfielcl. California. Resident Manager Wanted 1605 St San Francisco, Cal UNION THEATRE MAIM 12 S Under New Management—The Home of Stock--Commencing Oct. 5th GENEVIEVE CUNNINGHAM, TEDD BRACKETT, AND A SELECT COMPANY. WEEK OF OCTOBER 5th. " MY JIM " VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS PR-ICES 10c, 25c, 35c. 50t vfATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, ?.5c. Seat Sale at Theater, Opets Saturday, 10 a. in. Stevens 1905 Chester Avenue | lnci'«i|.i'.. r al ';•' 'he liii-'jest and must varied st< 'k in Hakersfield, wiiieli, thi : <•:< • ". admits id' the greatest i |trMi.rtuiiity ul' rliuiee. Must oliii- of si.vles. l'ri<'e,s iilie The one stitisfa>'ti>ry store 1 in win' h to i-tiv Hats and Hair Goods Stevens 1905 Chester Avenue "What kind of a Suit do I want for fall?" i s t h e question that is uppermost in all men's minds now Do not wonder any longer- come to us and we'll show you what the fall styles are like. We know the kind of suit you want to a greater or less extent— we are assured of the fact you want one of £good material and one that fits well, is up-to-date, stylish and and serviceable in every respect. Now our suits are made by the World's cleverest tailors. They are the best you can buy anywhere. Our assortment includes all the newest fall suit styles, and the large variety permits of a wide range for selection. Right now decide to buy your suit at Hochheimer's, and you are sure of getting one that will reflect your good taste, your good judgment of suit values and your keen appreciation of styles. Prices, $10 to $30. corne Office, room No. :)07. Producers Hank ATTRACTIONS FOR THE FAIR WILL BE BURIED IN CHINA with holes through which the il'Ml supposedly must pass before r«a-c fa- ing his victim. CASEY DEPRIVED OF HIS CITY PATRONAGE. were made for the | a largo .Midway, or Arrangements mainialnanet' of Hike, at ill'' county iair, by \\'. <i. Lut/, A. \V. MacHae and Ed Fussel, who were in Fresno yesterday There will be over twenty shows in the line, including (hi; Salome dance, coon slioulers, lion tamers, snake charmers, palmists iunl all the other sideshows of a modern cirrus. Aside from Uiis will lie tile other stands, knife names, Ferris wheel, merry-go- round, etc., all of which will be In Hakei slielii early on lair week. The Pike will be laid out along both sides of the road from the Hud- inn Park entrance in the grandstand, and promises lo he one of the chief attractions of the fair. All amuse- •meiiis will he under llh; charge of Sieve' Woods, the veteran nmii.-emenl man of Oakland, who has had charge of many laniivals and street fairs iu this state, lie has promisi d to sc-u that all ilie Fresno shows make the trip lo Itakerstlcld, besides several i additional attractions. Free Attractions. ; A large number of high class free I ati factions will also be ulven each 1 afternoon and evening during fail week. Arrangements have been tiiada ' w'ith the Fresno aeronaut to glvt biilloon ascensions and parachute drops. These have been one of the features of the Fresno fair, and not a single unsiicccssli)] attempt has yet been made. There will also be a slide for life through five mi h afternoon I and evening, iwo performances of a troop of trained dogs, under the dl- ;rection of Madame Wanda, and two ! exhibitions of comic acrobatic work 'and juggling. I Sixth Regiment Band is Coming. Director Tilion will bring Ins Sixth Hegiinent Hand down from Fret-no to valley towns, and is in an excc-Jlent position to classify and handicap the trott'-rs and runners, n-snectively. WILL BUY SILVER FOR SUBSIDIARY COIN. WASHINGTON. Oct. 1.—Director of the- Mint lA-aeh announces that he will this week resume the purchase of fine silver for subsidiary coinage. He expects to purchase about ILTi,- OOd ounces weekly for an indefinite period. PROFESSOR FOWLER IS HERE TODAY. Professor D. 1'. Fowler, president' of the California Home Extension Company, is here- today on a visit to his son, Chaj-les Fowler, mayor of the n View colony. The remains of Choo Li, the wealthy Chinaman who died nere August C1. will be *Vpped to San Francisco Sunday evening, from where they will go to Canton, China, October 6, for burial in his native land. This afternoon at the undertaking parlors of IMxon <fei Sons the casket containing all that is mortal of the deceased Celestial wns opened in the presence of relatives and friends and before the body is placed aboard the train there will he ceremonies in keeping with the Chinese custom. The body is well prepared for the supposed long journey it is to make in the land | of the hereafter. Placed in the cas- 1;>' j t are numerous sponges, a brush and comb, a fan to drive away the heat, and innumerable little papers SAN FIlANCrsC'O, Sept. 110.-By combining their votes against Pi^i- clent Casey of the board of p-iMir. works, Commissioners Egan and I'-iy today succeeded in ousting twent>-nno of tin; hitter's friends from the employ of the board by ordering Mat John Rodgerson, a brother-in-la(\ of Casey, and two others appointed by Casey be dismissed from the si-ivico and their places filled by men .selected by the Iwo commissioners Egan informed Casey that the president had exercised supreme authority In making appointments and removals heretofore and had given no reasons for such acts. In the heat of the controversy, Casey told Egan that the hit- tor's record was such that Casey wished to have nothing with him. Egan replied that he only spoke to Casey because o* 1 the letter's position :-x i'i-ei of the board. Mountain furnish the music tor the fail- local I'nion Hand was unable cure the fourteen men requii. play, and arrangement:! were ; ingly made with ilic Fresno .Mr, Tilion is acknowledged t. one of the finest military ban the state, and they have be. t ing an enviable reputation tin- selves during ibis week at ih> no fair. The band Will give a coi:, i front of the Southern Hoi.! • •aeh afternoon, juid will th, i. the ear lor lludnui Park Tie • will give a conceit in the H. between ran :••. At night anoti ert will be gi-, i n at th its conclusion ;ii ;i pieces will f-iinish music tor whiih will IUM i,i,til midiiigh Ed Smith For Races. Kd H. Sue Hi. i he was secured to racing program will arrange th Fresno this ev. the local men The ASSOCIATED SUPPLY COMPANY OFFICIALS HERE TODAY. T. D. Hoyce, formerly of this city, but now manager of the tool department of the Associated Supply Company, with headquarters in San Fran- clscb, in company with F. J. McGovern, assistant manager of the company, are in town today to look over the store In the field and the new building now in course of construction. They will be here several days. FIND PIRATE'S IRON BOX IN MALI3U MOUNTAINS. SANTA MONICA. .Sept. I!'' 1 . —W. B. Drake, own'-r of :i lame ranch in the! MallbM Mou:>' .ins. ,-.-;.«. to Santa I Monica this mornim; 'an.I brought , i word that while making an excavation ' in Sakus canyon, benath where a leg of mutton sail supposed to have been left by pirates was recently found, an iron box was encountered at the hot| torn of a shaft, put down about twelve feet deep. ' At this point water rushed in an 1 : prevented further investigation, but not until ii was demonstrated that the box was of considerable size. Mr. Drake says thi't a purri> will be used to remove the w;:'ei ., that the box may be lifted Iron: i'- ' idins place. BLACK HAND" GANG BECOMES ;\TC Vh . ~ • • '. •i to cord- men, have :- in uink- hem- j Fres-j KIC1IMONP. j result of ;i:e f'. " in I ory. a pn.miri" • •arly [ bam couuiy. i") take they • vals ron- 1 ' • ,1 at ! • ight | .nice LERABLE. -n.—As- n M. Gtet- MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission lOc No Higher Continuous* Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "Tale of the Harem" "Mary and John Go Bathing" "Latest Air Ship" "Jealous Fiance" "The Devil" (Special) "Grotesque Figures" "Music Hath Charms" SONGS—"It Might Have Been" "My Heathen Queen," fhitin- chantri; of Program Mominy ami Thursday nights. Matinee Saturday and Sunday. H hit; A (• /-vl hi.s I -f< n made .-on ;o ^id In break- ive l ; isics i vi ieraii -t.irtt r tal;i- cbiirge ot tin during the w( ei; harness racer and will mall list of events as soon as possible. Mr Smith has been in charge of the rotes in all of tlie ir.i: "i-e is beiiiu lonr.-- I. He i _ —. .~ - _in STEAMER STILL ON ROCKS. VICTORIA, Sept, 80.—The stranded steumer Hiimbodlt on Fender IB- liiini l.s Htill being lightened, but no attempt hut be«t) made to float thu Oil Fields Delivery f'oinplyiiifj with the request of hundreds of our atron.s of this district, conimencini;' Oct. 1st, we inaugurate a new daily delivery service in the Kern River Oil Fields. Our rere.seii- tative will call on you. We shall he pleased to extend ,ri"i!thly credit to all responsihlo oil field employes. Y.'iir wants in every deartnient of the store will he given sej ; ai, (lej-sonal, atte.ntion hy a new service est aside in our seii ; im- force, espi-eially for facilitating the best and quickest resii.t.s in (uiu.iuiii'tion with our new delivery service. At yeiir hervi.-e. The man will explain to you.

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