The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 22, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 22, 1908
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOR WAX. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1908. TELEPHONE MAIN 39 and 86 ^PEROXIDE SGAP A. D. S. •+ A miM skin bleach: its con- %tnnt use keeps the skin while. It is « most satisfactory soap for every «1ny iiso. Creamy lather niul is deli- uately perfumed. It makes the skiu white. 25c cake. Get il a I Mrters. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's Leading Drugglits. NEW AUTOS FOR mm RANCH HUman Arms reniriU'd this morning from San Francisco, where he has been for the past two weeks. Arms and Mr. Bonle Inst week selected two new automobiles for use on the Tejon ranch. One, n six cylinder 45 horse power Slevcns-Ilnryea, will arrive within a fi'W days to taUi- the place of the Popr-Karti'ord touring car now in service, while the other, a Packard truck similar t<> the one recently re- reived by tin- IrfiiHl Company, will not lie delivered tor two months. The StPviiH-Dnryca will lie the flrst of the milky owned in Hakersfield. It is of special design, having: a detachable rftir seat which l.« an innovation on tlhs type of machine. The car Is finished In red and is very attractive. Sec'y. Sanford at St. Pauls you? James—Well, It was about a fool} long, three inches deep and made with • a league bat.—Chicago News. Ed King of San Kraueisco is in town i _____ on a business trip, I ••••-• ' -Next Sunday at 11 o'clock llie Rev. Ixmey— What Kind of fin impression! I.. 0. Sanford, formerly of St. John's your new father-in-law make on j c'ruirch, San Francisco, now secretary ' of (he Klghth Protestant Episcopal ' departmiMit of the United States, and' ! one of the ablest speakers of the j 'western •church, will preach at St.! Paul's. It may be interesting to ' know that Mr. Sanford is secretary of what will very probably be- soon the i Klghih Province of the Episcopal Church and over which, when it lie ! comes a province. Bishop Nichols will , without doubt, be appointed archbish- j op. Mr. Sanford will be Interesting and instructive. J>et none of our peo- $15 $25 a Suit And Not —.that's the difference between Redlick's Department Store System and High-Price Clothing Stores Same Gocds, Same Styles Same Finish. We Save You $10.00 on Every Man's Suit, •IONAL CREST * CCIFFEE<@ YOU 'WANT IT ! SOLO ONCV IN TINS Bakersfleld Grocery Co, Bakersfield, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Bold Attempt at Burglary in Broad Day Light Kahler Says Now is Uir 1 line In liny Rubber Goods Buy them now MIU! make use of them these coM mornings. An Absolute : Guarantee f . for one year goes with every Hot Water Bottle or Syringe from us. Get one today. BAKERSflELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Comer 10th * I Ste. pie fall to hear him, and a cordial Invitation Is extended to our friends. Mr. Sanford will preach In St. John's, Rosedale, at 3 p. m. on Sunday next and in St. Barnabas, Kern, at 7:30 p. m.. and at each of these services I bespeak for Mr. Sanford large and Intereatd congregations. St. Paul's Choir. We want large Rehearsals and a lull attendance Sunday for the torn- ing of Mr. Sanford. The Junior Choir at 4 lomorow fiflcrnoon and the Sen-> lor Choir at 7:Iiu tomorrow night. "Great sniff. 1 Don't fail to cotne it' you can possibly ' most apprnpriaf be there. I). M. CIIAIJTKKE A bold attempt to rob the lodging house of Pete Wilson at I, and 21st streets in broad day light was frustrated this afternoon by » Japanese roomer. The burglar, whose miiw Is Lester V. Smith, was captured in room In the Old German hotel uliile Catchy Music in Elks' Minstrels lianlmipt sale of harness, saddles, whips, robes, blankets, buggies and everything pertaining to the harness and saddle business now on at the corner of Chester avenue and Twentieth street. tf attempting to change his clothes. He was placed In jail by Officer Goodnll. Shortly before 2 o'clock while the Japanese was putting on his coat and vent, Smith entered the room and grabbed hold of the .In p. reached for his watch. He was successful in getting it. The foreigner put up a fight, dually wresting ' the timepiece from Smith. The latter, alarmed at the noise, struck the Jap and then darted out of the room down the stairs. Wilson, who was in the bar, heard the noise and looking in to the hall saw the stranger coming down the stairs at a rapid Vale with (he Jap close to bis heels. Wilson likewise gave chase «•! heard."! and on K .street Fire Chief (Jundliich \i>i ' — siions joined in. The stranger was follow- ivli. ;irsals. ! <>d to the Old German Hotel. Officer anil ' (loodall was summoned and he walked of I '"to the room while Smith was then changing his clothes. He had already succeeded in donning another pair of and ss • in |ii.-',tiesi t'iii>ir I ' Tlii'se are sonic ol thr hi'ard consiantl.v duriim The boys arc ini^hilly iaterc-si iliis aiitiiir.- well for th the eiiicnaiiimeni. l/tsi night (lie end men were given a real dancing lesson in buck and wing dancing and trousers. all showed their aptitude in -a marked Smith had been at the hotel for five (lll >' s - He did not give his name at lh<! -' il11 ' lml postal cards and letters STOP RIGHT WHERE YOU ARE Ami do some thinking;. You know- as well as we that our shop is.the right place to come when you need your htirness repaired or yon need any thing in the harness line. It takes just a moment of your time to see our large stock of robes and blankets. It will pay you. A. B. HERRINGTOH 1617 19th St. degree. The frame-up of the show is just beginning to lie visible to the participants to their great delight. Tlu- committee have- no hesitancy in announcing that this minstrel show will surpass all their previous efforts. The box office for the reserva- A COMPLETE LINE We have tho most complete line of Pianos ever shown in Bakersfield, with prices ranging from $250 to $1000. The WEBER takes flrst place of all other Pianos and is selected as being THE BES1, by Paderewski and other musicians. Let us show you through our Piano •Department. - Hoyden Furniture Company Dytr & Jones I'ound in a suit case in his room were addressed to Lester V. Smith. He evidently is a drug fiend of the worst type. A large quantity of "yen she," and yen she knives were found In tlon of seats opens Mondav mo ,. nln th « erlp and also a morphine outfit and at 10 o'eiock and .here Is 'certain to othe ' drUfiS ' A , c ! M>ap M revolver an , ( J two large case knives made up a small arsenal among hi.s effects. He attempted to conceal the morphine outfit In a tobacco sack while being searched at the jail, but he was discovered and the "dope" taken from him. Tom Means, proprietor of the Geri man hotel, states that he had been ' suspicious of Smith and ordered him from the place, but the lodger asked to remain until tomorrow when he expects his partner here. V* l*i «>i able value to the young and in days to come the younger generation will boast to their chlldrn's children, that they had seen and heard the "Great Pauly." to be a great crowd on hand when it opens up, as the sale of seats is very heavy. The personnel of the company will be announced in due time and In this respect this engagement will contain many real surprises. The Beer of Quality LEO G. PAULY, From ,the metropolis of Kern will come the bright and shining light ot the black face drama to help the boys and lend eclat (whatever that may mean) to the occasion. For many moons, the above artist has been in the public eye and he is Justly popular, especially with the young. He will stag a beautiful song entitled "School Daya" and will recite a pathetic poem called "When Vacation Days Were and if you don't know it already, then it's up to you to find out the good news rifflit away. San Diego is a pleasinsj beer, and the right beer for everybody. Fred GuntherCo. Family trade solicited. Store and warerooms 1511 18th street. No bar attached. -Phone Main f>. GRAND Of Dreamland Skating Rink Friday, Oct. 30th MUSIC EVERY EVENING Special Each Tuesday And Friday . F. SMITH, Mgr. VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC THE H UB-- Outfitters for Men and Boys I BOYS SUITS! $2,50 ,UP On r assortment »f Beys' OUthing is the most complete we kave ever shown. Seleetioas are better, styles are better—and values are better thai anywhere in this city. For instance we can give yeu aa elegant school suit—brown nod blue la Wassimeres; sizes, 7 to 15, FOR $2.50 Others at $.1.00. $3.50, $4 and $5. ^SPECIAL BOYS 7 'DUPLEX JSUITS $4.5O One of the best values ever shown: double breasted coat, with two pair pants; one pair knickers and one pair straight knee, in good all wool cheviot; sizes 7 to 14 $4.50 FREE BET-EN-BALL A new flame; a bat with • email rubber ball attached Given with every boys' ault FA UL TL f 55 (~L O THE.

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