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MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1908. THE CALIPOENIAN Diamonds ! ' For yourself. ($ For "someone" else. - Come early and make ?J yotir selections from v the biggest assortment ^ C of fine diamonds to be J found in the valley. ^| n Amercan JewelryJCo. TKern City Safe .And Secure ...^fcjf j &j are ^ your valuables ,) r In a - ' '" ' Safe •* Deposit Bakersfidd Abstract Compact GEfr HAV> Mtr. Chatter Av* »nd 19th St. tMfttfient. | FINAL ARRANGEMENTS [ | FOR MASQUERADE. | •> The final arrangements for the Ladles' Auxiliary to O. R. C. masquerade ball to be given in Kaar's hall on next Thursday night, have been made and a very pleasant evening is anticipated. As the ladles have gained an enviable name for themselves as entertainers through former affairs they will be sure to have a large crowd. The grand march will begin at 8:30 and a number of handsome prizes have been donated which are now on display In Ardtzzi-Olcese's window. Following Is & list of the prizes. Ladies' best sustained character, a rocking chair, donated by the Kern Furniture Company; best sustained gentleman character, a suit case, donated by Ardtzzl-Olcese Co. best dressed lady, a ten dollar hat, donated by Mrs. C, p. Badger; best dressed gentleman, a shaving set, from the Kern Drug Company; most comical lady character, purse, from Hochheimer & Co.; most comical gentleman character, order for a pair of shoes from Redllck Bros. i .... i t i » . ' LADIES' AID f 6 MEET TOMORROW The Ladles Aid of the Kern Congregational church will meet tomorrow afternoon, at 2 p. m. at the residence of Mrs. R. S. Coates. ance is requested. CSC83O Kern City NOTES AND PERSONALS. more or less alr-braki s on The pay car arrived last evening from Fresno and left again this morn- Ing for that place by way of Porterville. It will return again this evening and leave tomorrow morning for Los Angeles. The Tigers and Athletes played two games of ball Sunday, both games resulting In the victory for the former the scores being B to 4 an;l IB to 5. The case of Kastner has been set for Thursday morning .at 10 o'clock. B. B. Berry came down from Tulare Saturday and left this morning for Miirlcona. $1.00 gojl' shirts. Ja all colors for 85u at Clar's store, Keru. i Miss Nellie Robinson has returne'd crushed to death. CURS CRASH DOWN HILL KANSAS CITY, Oct. 19.—Three trolley < nrs on the Trooat avenue line collided here this morning and were badly wrecked. One man was killed and fifteen passengers were seriously Injured. The one of the. cars failed to work and the <ar rushed backward down a steep hill. Two cars coming up the hill backed away In a frantic effort to escape, but the runaway finally caught up with them after a quarter of a mile chase. The three came together with terrific force. I. of NvvaOa, Missouri, was A full attend- ,, BORN FAURE— In Kern, Oct. 18. 1098, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Faure, a son. ARRESTED ON 6HARGE OF STEALING SHIRTS. P. MMii'nez was arrested last night 'ota 'eft to pi a hit of Catrino Erredondo, ' iVfeing him with petit larceny. Er- &dondo charges Martinez with stealing shirts from some Mexicans who were living In back of the L. H. Manning Company store. Martinez appeared before Judge Marion this morn- Ing and his trial was set for rrext Friday. .1. Cullkin went to Los Angeles last night on No. 8. Democrat Springs aiage ~-*lll leavi Arlington Hotel every Wednesday morning. The bates are unexcelled for rheumatism and kidney troubU by any and all skin diseases. Tb- on!y hot mud baths in Kern County Hotel largest and best accomodatiou* of any resort In Kern County. Fine to her home In Corcoran after visiting with Mrs. J. D. Arana for a few days. Miss Millie Uuhn, who has been visiting Miss. Belle Bower for the past week returned last night to her home In Tehachapi. W. V. Forsythe of Chicago was in town today on business. Mrs. Ellen Canty of Los Angeles is the guest of Mrs. T. J. O'Boyle. William J. Kllnger ot San Francisco is in town on business. The latest in ladles' belts, 50c, and up L a,t Atdizzi-Olcese Co., de- irtlBi'nt store, # Mrs. J. Dale find two children returned to their home in the Oil fields yesterday afternoon after spending a feW days in town visiting friends. •Mrs. W. bresser returned to her home in Tlpton Saturday afternoon, after spending •& few days here on business. J. ArthTir Todd lit Los Angeles is In town on busings. A. J. Woods *eturned this morning from a «ri|» «> 'Woody. Mr. aa« Mrs. Krea uianley went huntlBg yesterday In the Vineland district. Ice tor sale at WWtaTtera In San Francisco, Too. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 19.—Three persons were injured, perhaps fctally and several others were hurt when a cable car on the Washington and Jackson street line ran away down hill today as the result of breaking the grip. ••"•*"*V-SlJjfiS- The car struck the curve at the bottom of the Washington street hill with terrific speed and turned completely around, • v WOMEN should much more largely avail themselves of the opportunity to carry a hank account, subject to their check, as H is often a great convenience, and what is^ more important, it faimliar- 1 ™es them with finacial affairs S baf^ng methods wlmh will prove very useful and o > mis of women, affording every facility, convenience nud courtesy. Capital, $50,000.0f. | A NEW COAT OP PAINT— J COSTING, SAY, $2.50 Will save you many dollars } in lumber. Now is the time to apply Old Mission Paint. Before the rain. A coat he- fore December is worth 3 coats pfterwards. So paint your house now. Pioneer Mercantile Co Phone Main 98. GUI Sohamblin corner trnit store at regular pricae. tt Trainmaster Croy returned from Fresno last evening. Claim Agent O. J. Moade went to Santa Barbara yesterday. General Manager Wells of the Santa Fe made a special trip to Sunset yesterday. Frank Cheney of Coalinga is in town for a few days. Assistant Superintendent J. H Dodd was in town today. Headlight Bib overalls at. 90c all Clar's store, Kern. 69 Mrs. S. D. Thomas, who has been quite ill at her home on Baker street, is now recovering. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mason, returned Saturday afternoon after spending the past six weeks visiting with relatives In the east. Mrs. M. A. Gerald, who has been visiting Mrs. B. F. McCullough, for the past two months, left yesterday morning for Sacramento. D. K. Berry, who has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. B. F. McCullough, returned ,to his home in Tlpton Saturday afternoon. BlULIK, THE CONDEMNED MURDERER, MUST HANG. WASHINGTON, Ucl, 19.—The Supreme Court today dismissed for want of jurisdiction the appeal ol Herman Billik, nndor sentence of death at Chicago. CHICAGO, Oct. 19.—Billik received the news of the court's action with composure. He stated that hie many escapes from execution possessed him with the idea that he would never bang. Hamilton's The ladles suit house. 2000 Chester Avenue, at Twentieth Street. Under Grand Motel. Tel. Main 309. Fine panama cloth in the new gored skirt with billion front. Black, navy or brown $8.75 All wool kersev coat in black velvet collar trimmed in silk braid; IH to 42 .' $6.50 Linen shirt waists with lanndried collars and cuffs $1.25 See our swell line of ready made hats.. All the latest shades and shapes. Cheapest house In town for fine millinery. Make this store your store. You are always welcome, whether you buy or not, PHONE MAIN 309 CALL US UP—UNDER GRAND HOTEL Chester Ave at 20th St. NOTICE. All persons having claims against thu Kern County Agricultural Association arc requested to flip them at once at the office of the Association, at the Board of Trade rooms. G E. M. ROBERTS, Pros. White blocked. felt hats cleaned and re- Leave orders with us at the Willow; also old hats ret rimmed and SUITER & CO. STRENGTHEN ITS WORKING FORCE. Suiter & Co., the enterprising real estate firm, have now associated with them T. C3. Patterson and I. V. Wat son. Mr. Patterson is the late pastor « the South Methodist Churclu M*. Watson will be the outside man. TOm firm Is already doing a splendid willow aiso om nais reuimmea unu "'m >= »•••—-j —~" - - . .. . made to look like new; get our prices Inen, and the acQul.lttrai. to Uw flm before going elsewhere. 73 will add strength to the concern. Business address Phone 161. THE MAJESTIC. BRYAN HAS BEGUN HIS FINAL TOUR EAST ST. LOUIS, Oct. 19.—Wm J. Bryan began his final tour that Is to close at New York, today, begin- ing the day's speech-making in Illinois. .Mr. Bryan spoke thirty minutes, discussing the attitude of Taft and Sherman on labor. Dr. J. S. Weiser, the Fresno occu- llst, has resumed his regular visits to Bakersfleld and Is here for the first time In several months past, today. Frank Keller hns returned from a biislncg trip to San Francisco, BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE KOBT, 0. BA«TON,f1«n««tr Capital $50,000.00. C. J. Plani, President. Arthur 3. Ciitei, Cashier. Capital Paid Up, $100,080 Surplus, $25,000 A checking account with the First National Bank has so many advantages that jou will find it a great aid in your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have you open one and test it for yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th aad H Streeto. Thursday, October 22d JOS. M. GAITES PRESENTS GEORGE M, COHAN'S Musical Winner Little Johnny Jones 20—BIG SONG HITS—20 7 5—P E 0 P L E—7 5 And Wm. Keough as the Unknown AMERICAN BEAUTY GUARDS AND MOB HAVE SKIRMISH ON STREETS. BERLIN, Oct. 19.—A Vienna corres. pondent of the Tage'olatt telegraphs that it Is reported from Antivari that a crowd of Montenegrans threatened the Austrian consulate there. A guard for the protection of the consul was sent ashore from Austrian warships. The guard had a desultory skirmish with the moh lasting several hours. Too Latelpor Classification LOST—Between the Huck Stables and Ardiz2i-Olce.se store, pulr of gold-rimmed glasses In bla^k case. Kinder will please leave same ot th" Kern Drug Et'ire and receive 1909 TOURIST FOR SALK—A neveii room modern house on lot ">ii\i:,(i. l'!i-ut.v of shmlc', lawn; ;i |ilc;is;nn home. Apply at til 1 :! K street, i'hone .Main DHKSSMAKINO nt llie. Willow corner of llltl) iiml 1- si reels. All work Kiuir.iiitee.il; terms reasonable. 7o The Famous Chorus COHAN'S DANCING MUSIC—LAUGHTER—GIRLS 34 Weeks in New York 22 Weeks in Chicago Seats on Sale Thursday Prices 50c to $1.50 FOR KENT—Nicely furnished front room. Suitable for two gentlemen room. Suitable for one. or two gentlemen. Use of bath and phone, 'i\'X\ Truxtun avenue. 70 LOST—Last Friday, pair of HOBO glasses in black rase. Finder will please leave same at this office and nceive reward. ' 70 THE LIGHT FOUR CYLINDER, FIVE PASSENGER ROADSTER AND TOURING CAR. . Price, $1650 Will be ready for delivery Jan. 1, 1900. A report made after a, 1 thorough investigation by a well known meclwnical engineer of Bakersfield shows this car to be fnr superior to nny car on ttes market selling for less than $2100. The rwison is, that when the startling reduction in the price of tiros nml other anto materials ciiini 1 , all olhor manufacturers hud already bought their material. The Tourist people only completed their desiirns for this California Var after .studying all the new cars that were being built for present delivery, ami which were built before the startling drop in prices on raw material*. Place your order now and get the best automobile ever offered for Hie price. Bakersfield Auto Supply Co. E. J. ERB 19th and G Sts. W. E. DRURY Tel. Main 1260 WANTED—Experienced help in dress- niiikhiK. 21L-K 21th street. Phone Main STS. " 70 KOU SALE—1 room liou.se on ioi 1ii!x 1lfi. Shade and lawn; price $11T)0; LTiO balance eany. Suiter & Co., . new 1 street; Main H34. 68 I KOI'NU—On Delano load, west of oil | lielils, wallet containing note for i $'2'i(t and other papers. Owner ; may have name by r.iHiiu al tile 1 lion lion iiinl |ia\l"'-' for this ad. 7:1 1 I-'OI! SALE- An upli;.',lit oak folding I lied, wltli n;ailref- mid spi-'iiis-'s In :.i'<, 1 ctmdiiioi). I'liiT $1S. Call at ! IIP, lleali- ii\ i 1 . K' 1 ) n. 7'l j MAIN 12d " A GILDED FOOL" PRICES. 10c, 25c, 350, 60o MATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, 26c, The 1909 SAI.K Kn: nil Hfc, almost new. i|| ;,• in'I 17'li -tviM-t. P^ime Main ..I'. Tu •, Uarilett |lrn«. Kern •ini in. TII WILLIE LIEBENDORFER DIES IN RENO, NEVADA, The siu\ new* of the death of Willie Lieliendorfer, the 18 year old son or Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Uebrmdnrfer former residents of (his city, has been received here. Tho young man illed Suturdiiy In Reno, Nevada, where lie, was attending the University of Nevada In the department of mining I The funeral wll be held hero, The arrangements tave not yet been perfected. Kissel-Kar IS HERE "The Kissel Forty" Will be continued for 1000 at the same price. Tin; improvements on this popular model consist of heavier, brakes, H(i-in. wheels, heavier front uxlo, ll.Vin base. It will also be much better finished, and possessed oi ensier riding qualities. Al Thackery, Agent Kern County. ROADSTER, $2150. TOURING OAR, $2150. 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