The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 14, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, October 14, 1908
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THff BAKBRSFIHLD CALIFORNIAN MME. INEZ |fJl, CLAIRVOYANT AND DEAD TRANCE MEDIUM. IP ID 'I"' city ari( ' '$ recognized by j pi'-'s an.! I'tiMic everywhere. ! IS ON TRIAL MME. INEZ. In a word, whatever may be your troubles, suspicions or desires, call on this gifted lady and she will send you away happier, wiser and bolder than ever before. The youngest and most gifted clairvoyant and psychic palm reader before tbe American public. She reads your life like an open book. Tour palms reveal all questions pertaining to the welfare of the human rice. Marriages, sickness, deaths, changes, travels, divorces, separations, law suits, business transactions, wills, deeds, mines, mortgages, lost or absent friends. If you desire to be more successful, your lost love returned, your domestic troubles removed, your bitterest enemies converted into staunch friends, then call on Mme. Inez. She stands in a class by herself and is the acknowledged peer of all clairvoyants and psychic readers. She is recognized by press and public everywhere. Through her piychic powers absent friends have been found. Her advice is soothing and beneficial, giving them that piece of mind that wealth and riches cannot produce. Palmistry. Mme. Inez is acknowledged the greatest living authority on palmistry. Come and learn what is in store for you and whether or not you will be miccessful. Job 37:7 speaks for it self: "He sealeth up the hana of every man. that all men may know MB work." All. readings strictly private and confidential. Special low fee all this week. Arlington Hotel, Nineteenth nnd Chester avenue, rooms 55 and 54. Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. * \Vm. Nusser is having his day In court tin the charge of possessing one wife too many. His case was called at Hi o'clock this morning in Judge Mahon'a court, urid the prisoner was accompanied by his handsome girl wife, that Is, wife No. 1, if the charge of bigamy Is true. A sister of the defendant also sat by his side In the court room. The defendant is represented by Thomas Scott arid E. E. Powers, while District Attorney Irwln appears for the people. It developed In the questioning of jurors that Insanity will be the defense. The jurors sworn to try the cause are Zena Hunsaker, Frit* Clausen, J. W. Webster, S. A. Hart, E. A. Davis, Andrew Freleigh, B. J. Curnow, Thos. O'Boyle, H. R. Freear, Lee But- terfleld, John Cowing and U M. Tousley. Dlvorc* Granted. In Judge Bennett's court today August F. Saffell was granted an interlocutory decree of divorce from Martha O. Saffell on tbe grounds of desertion. Matthew S. Plata was attorney for the complainant. HEAD ON COLLISION. SALT 1«AKE, Oct. 14.—Two freight trains of the Denver and Rio Grande collided head on this morning twenty miles south of this city. Engineer McAleer was killed and Engineer Loftus Is missing, supposed to be under the wreckage. The accident was due to confusion in orders. R. A. MOORE Real Estate and Insurance Room 11, Hopkins Bldg Phone Main 433 Bakertfleld Davis Funeral Today.—The funeral of W. G. Davis was held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of Dlxon & Sons. Rev. W. H. Wieman was the minister In charge. Fined $20 Each.—Dollie Mickey und Mo!!!e Estes, the negro women arrested for fighting Sunday were fined $20 each by Judge Thomas yesterday. They had the money. A small want ad, placed In the Cal- jlfornian yesterday, was the means of , recovering a valuable lost horse. For a week past a three year old sorrel | horse belonging to Brooks Woods, re: siding on Sixteenth sreet. across from | tlie .lall. had been missing and after ' a search, which netted no results, 1 Woods decided that the animal had We make a special feature of Stein-BIoch clothes because they represent in the highest degree the spirit and idea of our business. These makers are one of the very few in the country who maintain a strictly all-wool standard of fabrics. Their line offers us the greatest variety of weaves, colors and patterns. In fine tailoring, in finish, and freshness of correct style, they are easily fiirst among clothing makers. There's no reason why we shouldn't offer our customer the best in the market. We offer Stein-BIoch clothes because they're the best; our styles and patterns are exclusive. The suits for fall are priced from $10 to $30. The range of colors and patterns are almost unlimited. Browns in many weaves and shades; greens also, a corning color in men's clothes, olives, tans, fawns and grays. All fabrics. BURGLARS AGAIN ROB mm baking Days Ate Plt'usure Days i ti-t- Kern River Mills Flour horse appeared at the Weodall place 1 on South Chester avenue and yesterday morning Mr. Weedall placed a iMiiall ad in fhe Culifor/iiuri annoiiiic- •.u the' appearance of a horse at his place which he would hold until the irrival of the owner. Woods saw the ad and later identified the animal as the one he thought was stolen. Woods j is grateful today. Small ads in tlie | Californian cost only a trifle, hut do an incalculable amount of good. I We Want You to Come in! SEEING IS BELIEVING The Quality is High The Prices are Cow. A Complete Stock of Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, llrapcrios, Sluuiw, Brass nnd Knanid Heds, 1'il- lows, HcHldiiitr, eU'., etc., *tt'.,. Phonographs and Records. OPEN AN ACCOUNT &| PHILIP W. n NlEDERAUK 1408 Nineteenth St. Phone Main 173 KORNS? A serious viilijfct invites your alien- tl"l] Mini IS eollStilllt- ly t'einitnliiiu!' you of itself. K(»i;XKI-:\VK will l"it an end In Korns. It is '/uanuiteed. Try it. ami if it fails -as it will not —come to our store fljid get your Money Back. 25c the bottle. Of Drug Stores Bakersfield's Finest Carl Wilkes' cyclery was burglarized again last night. Six Smith & Wesson and Colt revolvers, valued at $7f>. lire missing and no one saw the burglary committed nor is then. 1 any trace I of the criminals. ! Tin; store was entered heldre 1] j o'clock, for at that hour one of Wf Ikes' employes came to the establishment to gel n revolver. He did not find it but thought nothing of the fact as he concluded Wilkes' himself had come for the weapon. This morning on opening the store, Wilkes found' a .2 calibre Stevens revolver in the rear of tlie shop and picking It up took to the front of the store to return ii to the show case. When ibis was opened a stock of six Smith & W".-son and Colls were seen in be niL-ini: So far as can ho ascertain") notbin: >•!«" was stolen. The rear l.ior f .\,i- binken opeu with a huuuy spring. TAX DEEDS TO THE CITY The first tax deeds ever i xeruted to (lie City of BaUerslield since- the incorporation of tin 1 tiiwn, wi re executed today by City Tn'iisnrer \Venher. The city becomi -p possessed of the property because of du. non-payment of taxes. The- property is still subject to redemption hy the former owners until the (ity advertises it and sells It to some third party. The lots to \vhlch the .Ity lias acquired title are described as follows: August Johnson; lot 1, block I)!',4. Irwln C. Stump; huts 13 to 1C, block 113. (ieovannl Maranco; lots (',, ~ ;i iiil S, block 52, Lowell addition. . .J. C. Shilling; lots ;; to ti ii.i :u.-ivc, block 3HO. Ida K. lllnds; lot 8, block 1>0. (i. 1,. Jackson; lots HI and L'i-. n!uck U'4. I Soino of these deeds niU'lit have j been executed some yeais avo. tint the 1 mutter was held in abeyam • Mitil now. NOTICE. Holiness coiiM-n'inn for Kci.i .-unity will ineel in ih, 'Ti-Jitecu- •,,' i , ji-cji of the Na/areiif," cm iie. ji;i ., ) | Stleels, Hakel.-ilit'l.l, (•;,!.. ,:|i • '. .Ml' I lii J.'.th of Oct. l->.i«.-i je!|. . ] ,- . ker.s fro,II I OS All;., !(.;-• Hill |i,- pleM'lH lirin- "Waves ,,! t;iory" s-ina nookn. i Let every worker in tlie county be , P'esent. WILL C. WILLIAMS, I *i" In cliarg».. WAS ARRESTED I'ndershoriff Baker this morning announced that Carlie Wlthington, against whom the only remaining charge of conducting a house of ill fame stands as a result of the raids in .(nne, was arrested in San Francisco October (i and was immediately released on $1">0 Cash obnds. "The warrant was not served," said Mr. Maker, "until the (ith because the complaining witnesses did not want Wiihlngton arrested until he came to iiakersfield. I telegraphed to .San Francisco last week and the following day, the 6fh, I rwphyrl n telegram from Chief of Police Higgy notifying me that Wellington had been arrested and released on bail." * . » TONIGHT! TONIGHT! I Remember Dr. Dell's Free l.ecturei to Ladies Only at :.! o'clock anil tonight J at S o'clock, to Men Only. Tlie San Francisco Chronicle says, "N'o one has ever appeared on tbe platform in this city who can hold an audience spellbound equal to Dr. Frederick Bell. It A BOMB THROWER WRECKS A BUILDING. NEW YORK, Oct. 14.—A bomb was thrown early today into the big enclosure on Eighth avenue between fiGth and 57th streets, where 250 tax- Scabs of the New York Taxicab Company were stored for the night. A great hole was blown in the garage, and hundreds of persons were wild with excitement. The company declares it was a deliberate attempt to wreck. The strikers say it was not a bomb at all, but gasoline due to the inexperience of the strike breakers. * * * WELL BOEER. * * j. H. KEEFE * •!• Well Borer. Work Guaranteed * * 2917 Chester Ave. * * * The ladies of the M. E. church will meet tomorrow afternoon in the church parlors at 2:30 o'clock. A good attendance is desired as the pastor has a special talk to make to the ladies, * «* W. H. Brewer of Eldorado, grandfather of Mrs. ,/. M. Melntf'.sh, is a visitor here. SCRI5NER OPERA HOUSE Dr. Frederick Bell's soul stirring lecture, whose eloquence and superb delivery has thrilled vast audiences thmti'-'-ho'it ''"' civ)iixe<| world. Don't fail lo hear him at Scribner's opera House at ;'. o'clock this afternoon, to Ladies Only, mi "Woman and !!••!• Heroic Fortitude to Kndure." Toitlsjlit at s o'clock. Men Only, <m "Man's Di-o- liedlence to Nature's Laws." .Emission Free. It $50 REWARD IS OFFERED FOR INFORMATION. A man whose name is one of the following three, G. Adolph Marx, Gustaf Adolph Marx or August Adolph Marx, and supposed to have lived in this city five years ago, Is being looked for by relatives in Akron, Ohio. A reward of $OU has been offered for any information as to his whereabouts. He is wanted because of the death or his mother. MODISH CREATIONS IN MILLINERY. My stock is varied to gratify individual tastes. Prices con- i sistent with the character and j quality of the goods. i +O Stevens MATINEE AND NIGHT SATURDAY, OCT., 17th Fred Raymond's Everlasting Comedy Success THE — MISSOURI -— GIRL — A tale of joy, sorrow and amusement of simple country folks. Handsomely Staged! Cleverely Portrayed A score of Original Musical Features and Bright Up-to-date Specialties. Come and laugh with "ZEKE" and "DAISY" Prices 25c to 75c, Night Seats on Sale at A. Weabers $5.00 IN GOLD (liven away at the matinee on Saturday, Oct. 17th. Matinee prices: Children ,10c Adults, 25c. BUTTERNUT IS GOOD BREAD Bread is one of the i most important food articles we have. And on account of its great importance it should tic the very host. Butternut hits a delicious flavor, is very wholesome anil is bri!iul perfection in every sense of tilt- word. Try it. AMERICAN BAKERY A. J. Ferguson. Phone Main 228. SPECIAL SALE ON BEDS On next Saturday we will offer n full si/e lr,,u Hcd, complete with Kprin'_' and mattress, for $7.90 Sec the lied in our window. DYER & JONES

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