The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 5, 1908 · Page 4
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fy^Jl^^mW^d* ^|L^ -"i- i|^ta^^^^^fe£/ H^^^^^^H^^^^^'^^^. TBffl BBIL THE NEW STORE. thing eres St.. Fran- announc- * Better Than an Ice Cold Glass of "San Diego" eer rr •> '( ktiou- }iu\ n-er is You ' K\ rryimy on.nys eu'o ' ' IM ••!' -it (IMS u M.'i thai is jus? riuht, and always quenelics tin- thirst. If you liko £?ood beer, then ''San Dio^o" boor will *».fulfill «11 our ex GENTLE HORSES. aiwnys Jum* on Inuul safe jitlo horses that Indies can drive. You Avii! find everything spick and sj>an about our stables, our horses o-ood animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in runninti' order all the time. And trv it riirht uwav! Fred GuntherCo. Wholesale Liquors Families Supplied W. T. RATLIFP Cor 21st and K Sts Tel. Main 88 1511 Eighteenth St. Phone Main 99 No Bar MODISH CREATIONS IN MILLINERY. Was Operated r On—Perry Hickerson, son of William HlrUerson of Oil- center, was operated on yesterday at the St. Clair hospital by Dr. Crease. The young man had been in ill health for soroe time and as a result of the operation he is expected to recover. Want Yout ome My stock is varied to gratify Individual tastes. Prices con- •Istent with the character and quality of the goods. in I SEEING IS BELIEVING Steven The Quality is High The Prices are Low. <* E. H. LOVELAND Wholesale Produce Merchant Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Beans, Eggs, and aJI farm products. A Complete Stock of Kiirniture, Tin-els K lira.ss ;«ii(i lows, l. Metis, Pil. etc., etc., He. * * < •* * *« C. A. Newman, teacher of 'hone Main 501. Producers sliding. violin. Bank tf Phonographs and Records. OPEN AN ACCOUNT i R. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg Phone Main 433 Baker&field PHILIP W. AU 1408 Nineteenth St. Phono Main 173 Resident Wante r [i " '.-•lip-el «i : • \ 'i'.". Ve «'o(jt \i* ' ^ < t ' ' -^ V> . r . A.' '). 1605 Oough St San Francisco, Cal - *. -r - MAIN 12U mmencing Oct. 5th OENEVIEVE CUNNINGHAM, TEDD BEACKETT, AND A SE LECT COMPANV. WEEK OF OCTOBER 5tk. MY JIM VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS PRICES 10c, 2&c, 35c, 50c MATINEES SATURDAY, lOc, 25c, Seat Sale at Theater, Opens Saturday, 10 a. ui. MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10ISO P, M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 * Admission lOc No Higher STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "Dieppe Circuit" "The Poisoned Bouquet" , "Buried Alive" "The Miller, His Son, and the Asa "Miss Tonpy's Suitors" "A Dumb Hero," (Special) SONGS—"Old Fashioned Cottage' the Otd Oaken Bucket." Entiiv change of Program Monday and Thursday nights. Matinee Saturday and Sunday. was St. church \es!t>:<}.! 1 od the program v,,is .-ijiliorvfe and church crowd e 1 ;,t ,.:! rh»- services. At tho 7:45 a. in. m,---, which was celebrated by PaOier l.'-o, a luri/o number holy communion in honor of 'ho occasion. Tit*- children's mass, eelelmited hy lsnh»'r Cauloy at. 9 o'clock, found mo children present. During this, mass Th" boys and girls junior sadalltiies received holy communion in a hotly. Th»- catechetical classes rosnmoi! work for the fall immediately lifter mass in the St. Francis chapel. Promptly at IT a. m. with the ringing of the bolls und tho organ prelude, the solemn high mass began, with Father Fruntl celebrant. Father Cauley, deacon, ami Father Leo, sub- deacon. Masters Peter and James O'Hare wore acolytes, and Master Edmond Krunsse, censor bearer. Twenty four altar boys in rod and white assisted In the sanctuary. Tho serm,on was a most able discourse delivered by Father Cauley of Erie, Pa. He gave a most Intelligent idea of the life ot the great St. Francis, pointing out In particular tho great model found in St. Francis for tho present day Christian to follow, tho humility, the Christian man, true and devout, the saint a founder of the one of the greatest orders in tho church today. Father Cauley emphasized the fact that today there nro not less than 15 books on lives of St. Francis, written by nun-Cut liolic authors, each an inspiration of how much good a man can do even to bo recognized by those of other beliefs. Fathor Cauley is a pleasing speaker and tho largo number who heard 'him yesterday were delighted with tho words that will linger lon^ in their hearts for the true St. Francis of Assisl. popular St. Francis choir Leonard's Mass in H Fl'-tt; I INTRODUCING e 1 II new i y or r Th in es, shad popular all incl e u g new e s. e in diff $3.50 becoming Men who are ready for new fall suits, ties, underwear and shirts will find the biggest and best assortments here. • Closed All Day Monday, Oct. 5th, on Account of Holiday. ron- spe- eial solos were rendoryj by Mrs. O. (ioieheti. Miss Moul'M an i Miss Alma Forker. Tin- dec-orations and electric- a! display o: wiih U 1 .* .-'<;'f li^ins were in occasion. In the evt'iiinu her MUended til*- oti ;it servic num- in honor of Th Rotary." !': il her i.eo celebrant, d by Father Knmd, were in . Altar Society Meet. St. Krani'is Altar Society met i RECORD BREAKING CRO WD SAWC UBS BE A T PIRA TES ng immediately with Ui« 'IV'. it or the i-,n a nee was officers oi' th UK the fitvt .• months a and much the rt'pori last even- society in ng aft- attend- inano: the viv With the close of the play for the M-ago put Pit Heason only two days away in the j reckoning and American league and three In the Na-; more than an rjous i Ladies' Second Annual Ball. e viirioi i 1 -. '•<• ii!!;!U('*'H v.'cre 'd \i-sin liiv to ntUc charge Un- h;ill 10 !•'• MVH hv UK- Aniuir> hall. i><-'i,ti»r \\\\\\. will (•*• ^''rvcd nnd a ii ID I'uMilsh tin? music of at ro- tional, the outcome of the race in each league still hangs in the balance. Never have the finishes in the two big baseball 'organizations been so close and exciting and never has the interest throughout the country been Kept at such intense pitch to so late a date. Tho c-ofltefit narrowed down several weeks ago to three one the pennant will go to Chicago lor the third successive year By winning all throe New York w»l exactly oquai Chicago's percentage of lonight Chicago leads the with .641; Pittsburg Is second with ,«36 and New York, who did not today, is third with .633. , "too* of the victory is a sinv d left Chicago assured of »lo one. Chicago garnered 12 hits off even chance with New Willis and Camnltz, while Brown al- the landing of the flag, it j lowed 1ml 7. The contest was clean throughout. play Plttsburg out of the final York tor •— —_r being impossible for New York to do nxiro than tie the Chicago team. H would do that hy winning all three games it is scheduled to play with Boston on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Today's mooting of tho National directors, which will pass up The umpires' decisions wero finest toned but once, and this in orderly fashion, despite the intense suppressed excitement under which the players worked. President Murphy of the Chicago club announced the paid attendance at 30.274. This, Mr Murphy said ' « I Requiem Mass. , clubs in tho National League and j on 'he prot<>sted Chicago-New York was the largest 'attendance «<ver pres fonr in the American. St. Louis was ' game or September ^Sd, may have ani^ni at a game of baseball in the Un'it- eliminatea from the American ! important bearing on the National i od States or presumably In the world League fight not Ions ago, but Detroit , League result and the decision there- | There wore nearly 40000 persons last ear's championship team. Clove- ; fore is awaited with feverish anticipa '. tffin b baseball enthusiasts, I f''i';in soul iH oi l.ii'h '».J hy chufvli rln- i;if< Airs Tomorrow mass \\ill in Hi of t (J;iltes. morning ;tt. s oVloe!; a •; will I e cell-lint!*' 1 for • the repose of th** soul of the bite ('lias Stevens, Thurs'iay morning il;tlo Mr. I'oee'.iel, an-i Friday I the. Into tieor^e Wilson. Children's Entertainment Oct. 28. The children of St. Francis parish and their many little h'ien<ls will ^ive atiolhct 1 popular enu-naiinm ni in (he St. Francis hall Friday eveniir,:. Oct. 2Slii. The first rehearsal will i:\ko place in the hail rjt'Xt Thursday al'i- ei'uoon at '.}: in o'clock. 1TERS land and Chicago, wore loft to fight it out. Those clubs remain contestants! for the Hag In tho games rn ho played : Monday and Tuesday, with Derrolf • still holding the advantage as the re-, suit of a six-point lead over Cleveland and nine over Chicago. It may take the la^t day's game to decide which shall ho tho ultimate winner and the contender against either tho Chicago or the New York National League team for the world's championship laurels. The National League battle is all but decided. Sunday's game in Chi Cubs Win. CHICAGO, Oct. 4.-—Pittshurg was today eliminated from the National League pennant rare, when Chicago scored a ^ to 2 victory before a crowd which was declared to bo the largest that over paid to see a game of baseball in the world. Today's gam*? was tho final ono of tho season for Chicago and PlUsburg, while .New York has three more to play, all with Boston. If one of these games is not played owing to inclement weather or present, more tbuu over passed ( through the gates of the West Side 'ball park before. American League. the American League two played, Chicago defeating De- 3 to 1 and St. Louis and Cleve In wore twit land Htaging an eleven inning 3 to- 3 tic. The standing of the loading teams is: Won Lost Pet. •» V T ^ ^i r for any other cause, or 11' Boston wins St. Louis Detroit ..... .......... R!) Cleveland ............ RS Chicago .............. 87 82 G2 63 63 ,:>S'.) .580 - t RT YESTERDAY I. I,. Mill' s r and V. ('.. M"uuzef and itu-ir tsvu sunn yesterday enjoyed a i',o(id do vi 1 sin Hit u* a r ih*» Can field ranch. They went down in the al'ter- noon ;ind before reluvnlUK home had nearly tin* limit. There were a number of other dove slioou-vs near by and all report pretty ^ood sport. There was but Htile aeivity among ihe diieli shooters yesterday, the disease whlt-li is Killing off tho birds making the hunters rather timid about going alter the feathered <-roa» Got Doves. Ollie OotrheU. "Stanley" Kitchen and Carroll lOmmons went to the Cox ranch yesterday for a (lurk shoot. They loft on he Santa Ke Saturday night. They found tho ducks scarce hut had fairly good sut-es-s with dovo. Thorn arc dwks in that part of the country, Oofchott says, hut his party wtartod out. too late in fho morning I'np shooting and Komo earlier risers had boon before thorn and frightenod tho birds. Or. J. I,. Carson with L. U Meday and C, B. Holmos, two southern oil rnon, wont to Gooso Lake yesterday in a machine from Sharp's garage. They had a good shoot, basging two along with snipe- and durVs, hlrds, however, were not overly plentiful, There is no evidence of the disease In that section. too for sale at WJiUaVers corno* *rult store at regulur prices. tf Moving Picture Theatre 950 Baker St. A. A. SHAW, Mg'r. *, Kern City Continuous Admission Box Office Performance 7:30 to 10:30 No Higher Open 7:15 to 9:15 Entire Change of Program Every Sunday and Wednesday Evening Matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 Sharp "A Carnival Night" "Lost a Pretty Dog" "A Country Courtship" "Acrobatic Pills" "If You Had a Wife Like This" "East Uynne" (The great emotional Drama.) SONGS "JUST BEHIND THE TIMES' "A LITTLE COZY FLAT' COFFEE Good is so good and poor is so poor ; ha Schilling's Best tomorrow. , Your grocer re -turns your mcr.ey II you don't I like it, wt pay Imu ' Read tho want We Give Away Every Saturday Night a Beautiful Chinese Tea set. Give us a Trial. Everybody Welcome

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