The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 26, 1908 · Page 8
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1908. TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86 Still Got That Cough and Cold ? . our Liiinranle Mild lluliry ('o W III, 1 ! I it ouu Kiiciilyp- ;ll Syrup, slnp HIM t know for others Aimv, v. IIM! it will do for we mil 1 von, lei, il ;il I liters. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's Leading Druggists. , ATIONAL CREST YOU WANT IT ! SOLD ONLY IN TINS Bakersfield Grocery Co. Bakersfleld, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Kahler Says Now is the time to buy Rubber Goods Buy them now and make use of them those cold mornings 1 . An Absolute Guarantee for OIK* year tjoes with every Hot Wai or Hot He or Syringe from us. Get one today. BAKERSflELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Comer 19th * I 8U. 'Hip Hip Hooray' This Evening "Hip! Hip! Hooray!" is the starring vehicle In wliicli nice nnd duly, the two greatest comedians ever produced by the Pacific const, will be seen here at (lie Rakerafleld Opera House tonight, supported by a company of sixty people. This is the latest of the \\Vber successes, having run nil lost .seofiun at Weber's Broadway Music I rail. It is by Edgar Smith and Qua Ktlwards and is described on the pro- Miss Elsie Herbert, with For a Day." 'A Knight gram as !v "college yell in two -h<mts." In -ilip! Hip! Hooray!" the life In a colle-jr. town' is satlred very humorously ami very pood naturedly. Everything within the range of reason lias been done in providing a superb scenic sett ins: elaborate cos- ty choruses. Julian .Mitchell's stage tumes. hnnilsome show girls and pret- novelties have alone made (he per. formntices celebrated. The campus and "gym," where the scenes are laid have a counterpart in this land of col- cs. and the Rah Rah boys and their lively girl acquaintances are decidedly from the life However, one does not expect realism in a musical comedy, amusement Is its sole purpose, and "Hip! Hip! Hooray!" with Its knockabout collegians, its large truly-truly 'S TIME TONIGHT Great things are in store for the Woodmen and their friends tonight. The Brand Inauguration of the big membership campaign, that will be waged from now t°> December 14, will be had with a public parade nnd meeting at 'lie Armory hall, where addresses wil be made by some of the shining lights in Woodcraft. Head Consul I, t. Ucak of Denver arrived last night, as did Peter F. Gllroy, the general organizer. T. Clinton Veale, head adviser, came up from the south this morning and other officials from! the valley will arrive during the day. District Organizer Craw has been here for some days past. The parade is scheduled to form at 7:30 and after a march through the streets, will en;) at the Armory, where there will be addresses by the leading olli-eials of the local lodge and the .•(siting officers. An orchestra will be In attendance, nnd following a reception, dancing will be the order. The Woodmen have Issued many Invitations and a very enthusiastic meeting I is looked forward to. The membership campaign will begin Immediately under J;he direction of Organizer Craw. By December 14, when the big initiation has been set down, Mr. Craw hopes to have Increased the membership of the local to one thousand. Hoy OilchrisL is master of ceremonies for the paratle and has arranged the following formation: f The visiting officials and ladles of. the Women of Woodcraft will precede j the marchers in automobiles. The j Woodmen on foot will leave the Ar-1 mory In double file, marching east on i Nineteenth street to Chester, where j one file will go north and the other, south two blocks and then counter- What About That $1.5 These $1~> suits nt Redlieks nre niiide up in every fitbrie, weave, pattern find color combination that will be worn by the best dressers this season. For $'1.3 you nun get a suit which in style, fit and finish, tit least equals (nnd we conscientiously believe surpasses) many $L>f> suits made by tailors to your order. You Can See Many in The Windows- More in The Store A 10,000 HEAR BRYAN IN RAIN , NEW YORK, Oct. 26.—Missing his train by a margin of a few seconds, march to Nineteenth street, east to, was today compelled to make a wild the end of the pavement and then dash in an auto. In mud covered roads countermarch to the Armory. At a | to Patterson, N. .I., to keep his word to given signal while on Chester avenue, | the people of that city to make a the parade will halt and many dozens ! speech there. Ten thousand stood In of Roman candles ignited. The effect the rain for an hour waiting for Mr. will undoubtedly be beautiful, I Mr. Bryan, the Democratic nominee, slastic crowd greeted him. In a rain GETTING IN to a well .stocked harness shop like ours you have numerous styles to select from. Look nt our $5 plush robes, o:ir $4 wool robes. Larj-'o horse blankets, $1.50 with double surcingle. Street blankets 84x90, $2. Gloves all styles nnd all prices. A. B. HARRINGTON 1517 19th Bt. The Program Music—Kuehn's Orchcst ra. Address—J. W. Crosland and C'. D. Oldershaw, who will discuss the Woodmen Hall proposition. SOUK- Clarence M. l";,lh ;• Address —I. |. Bo.iK, hc:nl CI/IIMI! W O. W. Song—Marry W. Thomas. Address—T. (.'Unto Veale, head ad- j visor W. O. \V. Music—Orchestra. Address—I'. F. (Jllroy. urand organizer W. O. W. -Music—Orchestra. Closing Address—A. If. Craw, district organizer. 11. R. Peacock, preMdenl of the Board of Trade this afternoon tooU Messrs Hoak, Veale and (illroy on an auto ride through the oil fields. The 1909 Kissel-Kar IS HERE "The Kissel Forty" i Will bo continued for 190!) at the same price. The improvements on this popular model cou- sist of heavier, brakes, 36-in. wheels, heavier front axle, 115-in base. It will also be much better finished, and possessed of easier riding qualities. Al Thackery, Agent Kern County. ROADSTER, $2150. TOURING (JAB, $2150. Aak for demonstration. i coat nnd with a slouch hat pulled over his eyes Bryan launched Into a | speech which was applauded at every ! point. I Taft's Tour. NEW YORK, Oct. 21',.—A trip to I New Haven this morning, a slop at I Port Chester this afternoon for dinner ami five speeches with a parade to re• view and a reception in Brooklyn were I the tasks assigned to Taft today. He ' was minus his hoarseness this morn, Ing and In good trim. He will return 1 here at fi o'clock tonight. GRAND OPENING OF Dreamland Skating Rink Friday, Oct. 30th MUSIC EVERY EVENING Special Trofram Each And Friday G. P. SMITH, Mgr. beauty chorus, hs injection of Weber- Field comedy amplified by Hice and Cady, its able comedians, its new and novel specialties, its sprightly dancing and its delightful music is gloriously diverting. Rev. Sanford at St. Pauls Rev. I,. C. Sanford, the eloquent Episcopal divine, spoke to a lurge congregation at St. Paul's Church yesterday, outlining the medical missionary work done by the church, and draw- Ing wholesome conclusions therefrom. The speaker told ift detail of some j of the activities of the church, men-' tlonlng particularly St. Mark's hospl- j tnl, the making of n model village for I natives In Alaska, ami St. Luke's hospital In Arizano. The large congresatlo n followed the; eminent divine with closest atten-' tion. Interest was added to the ser- '> vice by the very excellent singing ! a solo by Miss Barber, being partial-j larly worthy of mention. ' ; POSTMASTER K1NCADE ON ! TRIAL NOVEMBER 9. l _____ j Jos. P. Coyle, deputy United Marshal, Is here today summoning wit' nesses In the Klncade embezzlement case which will be called November 9 at the coming session of the district court In Fresno. Klncade Is charged with the misappropriation of the funds of his office while' postmaster at Me- Kittrlclt. Thfs la Deputy Coyle's third trip here on the same purpose, delays having been granted In former hearings. VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC MORLEY WILL HAVE FINE SHOW TONIGHT. A new bill goes 'Into effect at the Union tonight. Manager Para has secured good rolls of films. The sub jects are Interesting and promise a better show, If possible, than Is the average nt Morleys. YOUNG NEGRO LADS CHARGED WITH BURGLARY John Alexander and Ernest Kins were formally accused of the burglary of Winters & Bridges store this morn- Ing In a complaint tiled by R. \v. \vj,,. ters. leilhet&laylor FOR Brussels Sprouts Peas String Beans Green Onions Lima Beans Celery Cauliflower Head Lettuce All kinds of fruits of season. Bellflower Apples, $1.50 per box 1423 19th St. Phone Main 401 "SAN DIEGO" the Beer of Quality and if you don't know it already, then it's up to you to find out the good news right away. Sati Diego is n pleasing beer, and the right beer for ev- ervbodv. Fred GuntherCo. Family trade solicited. Store and warerooms 1511 ISth street. No bar attached. Phone Main 99. SUNDAY SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE AWARDED PRIZE. Yesterday at St. Paul's Sunday school Rev. Crabtree awarded prizes to the winner In the pledge contest. Turner Ashby Moncure was given the first, Constance Plans; second and Fern Gilbert third. The contest was very successful and netted more than $25, which sufficed to pay the costs of the prizes. BAKERSFIELD OUTBIDS LOS ANGELES FOR WOOD. Tim Flannagan Is shipping many carloads of wood to keep the people of Bakersfleld warm during this winter. Oak wood from this vicinity la In great demand; Los* Anegles is bidding, but Bakersfleld prices get the wood. — Tomahawk. Californian ads bring quick returns. THE HUB The Special Store for Men and Boys. You nre losing lime by looking elsewhere for that now fall suit or overcoat. Come right here and you will secure just what you are looking for. We aim to sell and do sell the best ready- for service garments in te city at the lowest price. What we offer will interest you. "Collegian" clothes, the elothes of the hour! $15 to $3O JT, PAUL TLESS'CL OTHES S.WISEKOPF

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