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October 21, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

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"WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1908. THE BAKERSFEETLD CALIPORNIAN local Doctors May Lecture St. Francis Hospital is about to Inaugurate a scries of lectures for its training srhooi for nurses, and in pursuance of that plnn, the local physicians have been Invited to lecture bf-fore the school In the near future, a number of practical topics having been suggested. The Invitation Is extended to the doctors by the Sisters of Mercy, and among the subjects euggcsted for lectures are histology, bacteriology ;in ( ] pathology, anatomy, physiology, diet and hygiene, materla medica, minor surgery and bandaging, general surgery, obstetrics, internal medicine (acute diseases), Internal medicine (Chronic diseases), homeopathy, astropathy, eye, ear, nose and throat. "LITTLE JOHNNY JONES" PLAYS THURSDAY NIGHT TULARE AND FRESNO PLAY FOOTBALL SATURDAY. Next Saturday afternoon on the Recreation Pard gridiron, the rival high school football elevens from Tulare and Fresno will clash In their annual struggle for supremacy. Bach team has participated In only one game this 1 season. Tulare played a tie game with Porterville, while Fresno -worsted the ganger Hi squad, 25 to 0, in a one-side'd batle.—Republics*. SCENE IN ACT 2 OF QEO. M. COHAN'S MUSICAL WINNER,."LITTLE JOHNNY JONES." MORLEVS THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission lOc No Higher Continuous Performance 7!3ft to 10:30 F.-M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 STRICTLY HJQH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED 80NQ8; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "Romance of the Alps" (Special edy). feature). "Two Great Griefs" (True to "Spooks Do the Movinjp* (comedy) nature). "The Lockef' (Drama) "Patent Glue" (Comedy). "Making Arabian Pottery" (In- SONGS—"Honey Time." structure). "There Is Something Nice About "Cnockodlle Turns Thfef" (Com- You." Entire change of Program Monday and Thursday nights. Matinee Saturday and Sunday. Coupons given every night. At end of month the holder of the lucky coupon Is entitled to a gentleman's $25 overcoat or a lady's $25 cloak. UNION THEATRE :MAIN 128 TONIGHT FOOL" PRICES 10c, 25c, 35c, 50c MATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, 25c. I909 TOURIST THE LIGHT FOUR CYLINDER, FIVE PASSENGER ROADSTER AND TOURING CAR. Price, $1650 Will be ready I'or delivery Jan. 1, 1900. A report made after a thorough investigation by a well known mechanical engineer of Bakersiicld shows this car to be far superior to any ear on the market soiling for less than $210(1. The rwison is, that when the startling reduction in tho price of tires and oilier auto materials came, all other nuinnfacturors had already bought tbeir material. The Tourist people only completed their designs for this California car after studying all the new cars that were being built for present delivery, fl iid which wero buill before the start ling drop in prices on raw materials. J'lfiev yriiir order now and get the best, automobile ever offered for the price. Bakersfield Auto Supply Co. E. J. ERB 18th and Q Sis. W. E. DRURY Tel. Main 1260 The attraction' at the Bakersfleld Opera House tomorrow evening will be Geo. M. Cohan's great musical success, "Little Johnny Jones." No play with musical environment that has been shown to American theater-goers in the vast ten years has been more favorably received than this very laughable stage creation. Mr. Cohan has been before the public since childhood; In fact, he was practically born on the stage. His actual stage career, however, begun at the age of ten, and since he was fifteen years of age he has contributed sketches and small plays by the hundred, besides writing innumerable songs. In October, 1904, he wrote and produced "Little Johnny Jones." The first big city to see this production after it was cradled was Chicago, where it was most enthusiastically received. This success was duplicated a short time afterward In the east, especially in .New York, where it now has a record of thirty-eight weeks to its credit. During the past year .Mr. Cohan has written two more successful plays that are familiar to local patrons of the theater. "Forty-Five Minutes from Broa.hvay" ami "(icui'.^e Washington. Jr." lie not only wrin-s the dialogue of liie j>!a\s ]»> present* but also writes every note of the musk' as well as the lyrics of his popular son^s. Hi-skies this he orinin- •itras sites mid devises all the "business" tion of "Royal Chof." The new ehefqulrement, and In point of numbers | around him revolves all the incidents and i mioi-lntends the stage manage- ; turns out to be a joke-smith, and menl of his productions. la addition to a beauty chorus of t&8t show clever dramatic construe- sixty, with ronl voices, the "Little ! tion Johnny Jones" c."»ipaii:-- r-'U be found ! Tne opera is staged In fine style, to include n splen,'.i,l cast of prlnci- both in costumes and every accessory pals. An elaborate scenic equipment . required to give It proper setting, nnd some very beautiful costumes are while the specialties, chorus, dancers promised as an anvironnient to the an(l supernumeraries meet every representation of "Little Johnny Jones." The Royal Chef. ! "The Hoyal Chef" is down for a visit to Bakersfleld ;md will appear at ' the Bakersfluld Opore House on Saturday evening. The music of the play , is not only extremely catchy, but has' scored number for number \vlth any i evor written i'or a single production, i in many a daj . The scenic effects are; j described as great and the company ! with \Vm. H. Conley in the leading role unusually capable. The locale of | the Royal Chef is the mythical "Isle! jof Oolong," over which the "Rajah" rules in exalted dignity; finding his chef has attempted KJ poison him, he ' h:is the rascal 1,-eh. ;uU-.l and orders | "l.or.l Allici," Ills- prinii' iniui.-'h'r, to find !ii;;i arjoiht-r before sundown or suffer a like lair. The p-.-fme minis- KM- fciirs it is a hopeless task, Lin just as his lime Is about nj) lie i.s saved by the unexpected appearance of ••Ileinrieh l.empliamiet ' ui Chicago, who is at once promoted to tho posl- exceeds any that in usually required In musical comedy. It IB claiming a good deal to Hny thnt there have beon new Ideas evolved In thi8 class of pt>it- ulnr entertainment, but the claim Is certainly substantiated in "The Royal Chef" which Alan Dale, the well known New York critic, pronounces M "bright, elreery and enticing." CWO AGAIN DEFEATS DETROIT FOOTBALL GAME NEXT SATURDAY TEHKK HAUTE, lud., Oct. 20.— Hi-fore a crowd of several thousand today the Chicago world's champions defeated the Detroit American League champions at Central League Hark, 7 to 1. Before the game Mordecai Brown was presented with an elegant silver service by the citizens of Tern- Haute, his home city. Cobb carried off the batting honors with four singles in four limes at bat. Score- R H E Detroit '. ^ i •) M Chicago 7 12 1 Batteries—Mullin, Wlllets and Thomas; Brown. Overall ami .Marshall. Kling May Resign. KANSAS CITY, Oct. 20.—John J. Kllng, Chicago National League catcher, may become manager of tho Kansas City team of the American Association. It is said KlitiK wili take $ii.- ( ,(ii)ii worth of stock in tin- team. "If I can get control of the Kansas City club 1 am willing to givo up my Job with Chicago," said Kllng loiby. JIM FLYNN BEGINS WORK FOR FIGHT WITH BARRY. Jim Klynn arrived :n T.ns Aimeics' last night from IMehlo to go into tr.iin-! ing for his ten round aigumeni «iih' Jim Barry, which Manager Mc('ai-<-y will sta«e early next month at N:i'id Junction. Flynn has been taking »"<! care of himself, as his appearance indicates, and is ready to lie-in train ing at once. He has tingai-.cd th<Terrible Turl: already ami wants Hal- tliiiK Johnson for ..inn-Ing partner, lie- went out to t):e Ka«t Side Allilctle' Club last iiiglu uii.-l will bi-Kin training today. . Much inteivtt i» being taken in the fiit.tb.ill game that will be played Saturday between !)]•• high school team and a town team being organized by Tim Kntrllf--}!. The last named player has had his squad out practicing every night so far this week and signal and other necessary stunts indulged in. There will be a number of high | school second team players in the line j up and a good game is expected. The HI-PI team of the high school | continues to do good work and the game Saturday is being awaited with much anxiety as it will afford the first j chance to get a good line on the new . lea,n. Coach (Jritflth will have his | 'men in shape for a fanl «iueliln;< ton-, test and much good practice will be ' derived from the work. ' An admission will lie charged to the contest, which will be. held ;it Hecrea- 'tlon Park. Golden "Th« litre,! t'irl suy« she \* golnpr to leave us tu «o on the stage." "Humph," sneered tho head of tho lioupo. "She'w probably got a job In one of those diwh breaking vaudeville acts. That seems to be uor line." Bxcbange, Coffee Quality-clean—perfect Your grocer will grind It- better if ground ttt home—not too line. BAKERSFIELD npERAHOUSE UniXLillUI IL.L.U tOUT. G. nAKTON. runacrr Thursday, October 22d JOS. M. GAITES PRESENTS GEORGE M, COHAN'S Musical Winner Little Johnny Jones 20—BIG SONG HITS—20 7 5—P EO PL E—7 5 And Wm. Keough as the Unknown Th P Fammu AMERICAN BEAUTY The Famous COHAN'S DANCING Oho ™s MUSIC—LAUGHTER—GIRLS 34 Weeks In New York 22 Weeks In Chicago SEATS NOW ON SALE. - Prices 50c to $1.50 Saturday, October 24tli H. H. PRAZEE'S Original Production—the Musical Cocktail with a Menu of Music "" Direct from a 26 Weeks' Run in Chicago. " THE ROYAL CHEF With WM. H. CONLEY, and the following Big Cast included: Karl Stahl, Herbert Carter, Donald McKenzie, Walter B. Smith, Mary Malatesta, Julia Curtiss, LaBelle Laurette, Mabel Wilson—and the Famous BROILERS 60—PEOPLE—60 80—SONG HITS—80 A Perfect Production Presented in Perfection. Prices 50c to $1.50 Seats on Sale Thursday. Monday October 26th THOSE GERMANS OP QUALITY RICE and CADY In Joe Weber's Musical Girl Success Hip, Hip, Hooray Mae Phel,,«, Hnny shuwk, Wm.ll. mill", Mock. Mazle Trumbutt Tim Murray. Woillngton Cro M . Maude I.eroy. Josephiu* Crw \ Prices Beats on Sale Saturday. •phlne Cross 25c to $1.50 i

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