The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 16, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 16, 1908
Page 8
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THB B AKEKSFJJBLD CALXFORN2AN FRIDAY, OCTOB8R 16, IMS. Why Pay $25.00 ? We Give You Any Style Garment, Any Kind of Material— Just as Good For $15.00 The Difference is Caused by Department Store Buying Facilities and Dept. Store Small Profits Redlicks Stand Ready to Show You Not For One Particular Man But For All Particular Men li A HEATED ARGUMENT ; Jiot ne,'>e>;s:iry to i-onviiicc vmi titnt our single harness al *!() is rery hard to beat. Our lai'u'i' si/e plush rolv.'s al $15.00, will surprise you. Hurry up ami vet one of onr hall', Ihree-qnurtei' ( ,r full Hneil st.illlle hliiliki'ts • lil'iv'es ;'-1 iM.50, $1.75, $>!.00. DOH'I t'r.r-.'t our street hliiukets, i'rotti sji'J tip. Cut sheep skins for the Indies. fUoves of all kinds and sixes, A. B. HERRINGTON 1517 19th St. NUSSER CASE is WITH THE JURY Tin' full' of \Viii. Xtisser is in (In hands of till' jury. Tin- riU'.MIiieiits in the nnli'il ease were completed het'nre norm tin's i'i"ini!r: ;md tin- c:ise was given to the .i'">' alter :iu explicit charno by .Indue .Walicui. Tl:os. Si'iiii and lii'puty [)is- irlrl Aliuniex liuin aimted the c;isi'. Final Account. Ill Ihc estate of Ahlshii S. Hudson, deceased, filial ,'iccomil hiis been filed. Judgment Given. In tin- case df F. Schtirra vs. .1. F. .McVean. judgment ftir money due for ri-nl was awarded. Suit Filed. 7.. T. Ivt'M has benun suit against A. Otis Berch to i-ecii\er on a promissory Hole for $:!r>n, Roweti Irwin Is attorney for the plaintiff. ALL JAPAN WAITS OF FLEET Is the Paim; roino ana <«t unaat JUT palms and drink a cooling, re freshing soda water and eat an Ice cream or ice. We solicit wholesale ^rade, both In creams and candles TOKIO. Oct. 1C.—Up to this hour no additional intelligence as to the position or progress of the fleet has ben obtained. It Is believed that the first message of welcome sent by Min- i.ster of the Navy Salto yesterday was not receive^ by the fleet. The wireless station has been unable to communicate with the fleet this morning and it Is supposed that rough weather compelled Admiral Sperry to take the fleet away from shore and far out to sea, where he is beyond the bounds of the wireless. Insert. TOKIO. bept. 1ti.—Some time between dawn and noon r of Saturday, October 17, the American fleet of sixteen battleships, escorted by a squad- "I have tisea ^natnnenaln's Colic, | and never start out on a trip without Cholera and uiarrnoea Kemedy since j this, my faithful friend," says H. S it was nrst imrouuced to the public In Nichols of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a 1872, and have never found one In- man has used a remedy for thirty-flv» stance where a cure was not speedily year he knows its value and is compa- effected by Its use. I have been a j tent to speak of it. For sale by Ba«r commercial traveler for eighteen years 1 Bros., Bakersfield; Kern Drug Co., AT ARMORY HALL Tonight Second Annual Ball by The Ladies of The St. Francis Church Tonig'ht Grand March 8:30 Admission so c I ron of Japanese war vessels, will i swing around Hachiogiyama Into the . Jieaiiiiful harbor ur Yokonuma. Six! leen wi'lcolnin.; ineli-ot'-war will sa- lule and three luindred and thirty-six Harmless ytins will voice the sentiment of the whole people of Japan. I The first scene of the first act of| the week's engagement of the American tleet in Japan will doubtless be the most impressive, but every number on the long program, carefully prepared and as carefully rehearsed, will be new evidence that the welcome found in Japan lias been unexcelled, unequalled perhaps, by any of the hearty welcomes extended to it since it Jeft the Atlantic seaboard. Sixteen Japanese war vessels are i even now awaiting the battleships at their buoys and throughout the visit each battleship will have officers and! men representing the entertaining; emperor and people at its beck and call. A high ,Jap:ii'.es-,e admiral speaking of October 17th, said: j "When the first gun of welcome sounds American week will have be-! gun and a new page will be turned in f the history of the relations between! the two countries." Immediately the vesels come to anchorage, Captain Dougherty, the naval attache of the American embassy, will board Admiral Sperry s flashlp and the exchange of visits between tile admirals ami officers from ship to ship will commence. WASHINGTON, Oct. 16.—Admiral Swinburne's Pucifi. c fleet, now cruising in South acilic waters, will visit the western coast of South America after completing its target practice' at Magdaiena bay PC;-, i. Klglu ar-i mored cruisers will go to Panama, CaLlao and Coqulinbo, Peru, and Talcahuano, Chili, returning to Magda- iena Bay lu time for the spring target practice. VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC Eagles Initiate Two, Two candidates were ushered into ISugledom last night at a well attended meeting of the Aerie. A social committee composed of J. U. Dorsey T. Is'. Massey was appointed to plan COUNTRY BOYS WANTED FOR BUSINESS POSITIONS. Business men of Oakland anU San Kraneiseo, and other large cities, want I young men reared In tlio country to', prepare for commercial positions. Experience has shown that the average boy from the farm has habits of Industry and Integrity that make for Kiicc'i'SH The Polytechnic Business College of I. Cal,, has made a phenomenal HI training and placing young . 1 woiuuii in business positions e College is so located as lo • homelike iiecoimiioiialionti at • .v rates. aid that every young man who .i'ii (lie complete course In biiK- Iness u.lining at thU College has received .enumeratlve employment upon graduation. An Illustrated Catalogue will be sent free to any one who will write to 1'rof. \V. E. C3ibsou, ;iyt> Twelfth street, Oakland, Cal. Oakh. reeor . men ; . ami i |>rovi. very i It i: IIIIH ta- THE HUB- Outfitters for Men and Boys BOYS' SUITS! $2.50 UP On r assortment of Boys' Clothing is the most complete we have ever show n. Selections are better, styles are better — and values are better than anywhere iu this city. For instance we can give you au elegant seliool suit — brown and blue In Gasslmeres; sixes, 7 to 15, FOR $2.50 Others at $3.00, $3.50, 4 and $5. BOYS' DUPLEX SUITS One of the best values ever shown ; double breasted coat, with two pair pants; one pair knickers and one pair straight kijee, in good all wool cheviot; sizes 7 to 14 ......... $4.50 FREE BET-EN-BALL A new game; a bat with a small rubber ball attached Given with every boys' suit. S.WISEKOPF

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