The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 30, 1908 · Page 4
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BAKERS FIELD OPERA HOUSE SORT. 0. 6AHTON. ««n*qf r Saturday, Oct 31st i FIRST BIG NEW MUSICAL SHOW TO VISIT THE COAST THIS SEASON A Knight te For a Day DELANO HAS GOOD MEETING i inland? at i With Bobby Barry, Elsie Herbert and a Sparkling Company of Sixty People Prices ........ ;'v.,'-. 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 SEATS NOW ON SALE. Sunday, Nov.l MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION SPLENDID COMPANY BEAUTIFUL SCENERY Harry Leighton in the Title Role Laura Hudson as the Wife There «,i~ » large tho lJoinn< :;itlc rally in Delano last night <ICM»'I 'he fact that there was a local • nt. rtiiiument in the town. |J. \V. 1' l.aird mill Matthew 8 Platz were the M" ik'-rs.and for more than two hours iln < Itizens of (he northern town gave Hose attention and frequently interrupted with applause Mr. I'lafx dcvoied himself largely to the failure of Congress to accept the suggestions <>f Roosevelt and ho argued thnt no man could consistently vote for a nominee for President who said he would carry out the Roosevelt policies, and it Congressman who had tailed to support the recommendations The speaker In discussing the candidacy of congressman Smith pointed out that that offli ial bad voted against a bill to raise the pittance that rural mall carriers receive, but at the same time had voted to increase the pay of Congressmen from $5000 to $7600 a year Mr. Platz compared the, two platforms and briefly spoke of the injunction plank. Mr. Laird expJained to the voters fully the bank guarantee plank in the Democratic platform, showing that the government and the state require a guarantee if they loan money to the bank and that the hank requires security when it loans money to a citizen. Why then, should not the banks be required to give the depositors a guarantee? On the subject of the revenue tar Mr. Laird also spoke at length, and ' then he discussed the subject of the election of senators by direct vote of the people, calling attention to the ; monner in which the Chicago conven-, tlon turned the plank down. j L. Robertson presided at the meet ing. For Saturday Only: Special Sale of Men's Neckwear, 3 for $1! See the window. Here's a special sale that will be of interest to all men. We recently bought a special lot of fine silk neckwear from an Eastern maker who made us a special price. We offer all these ties Saturday only at 3 for a dollar. § No limit—buy all you want—but come early! SENIOR DANCE AT WOMAN'S CLUB HALL. The Dreamland Opens Tonight The Dreamland skating rink, which Prices, 25c, 50c 75c and 1.00 The Senior dance tonight promises to be a success Ip spite of the counter attraction at the skating rink. Everyone considers that the rink will bej has , )een ( . )os9( j " for the "past season, here for some time, but the dance is; opc , 1JB tonight under a new manage- only for tonight. jment. Mr. C. F. Smith, who will have Marjorie Trude, on the program : charge of , he rlnk thls seasoni has 1 committee, has the programs printed lpl . innwl many new . features on in neat style. Ysabel Forker has sent out about Ktii invitations to those that, usually attend. Hen Laase and Florence Hoimhtori have been pushing the decorating along at a great rate. .Many pumpkins have be< n hollowed out to give the Hallowe'en appearance; corn stalks have also been secured for the cozy corners. Autumn leaves will be draped in front of the | HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS | | FORM SINGING SOCIETY, j There is a great deal or enthusiasm in high school circles this year over the singing and music. Last night the Alpha Gamma Girls Singing Society was formed at a meeting. Those in the society are of the two upper classes. Hany vehy efficient singers are included in the present membership, who have performed in public. Florence Houghton was elected president, ! dis Hare secretary and treasurer. A polo team will be organU-! The Sin f ers and * e parts they ex ' ed later in the season and this popu- j P " 1 to lake » r , e , as Qf ° llow8 ' , ,„ . , , , , , .. ' Sopranos—Elsie Slater, Mo He Har- Inr sport will be a big feature in the ' ' ris, Florence Houghton, Katie The doors will be open from 7:30 vl " e ; Ra< ^' 8m " h ' Isabe ' , evening. Tuesday.. A *°*-*«** °™> *"»" Hare, Marjorie Trude, Lyla Grandy, Carrie Kurmen. The boys have a strong chorus and i wheels. prepare for commercial positions. Experience has shown that' the average boy from the farm has habits of industry and integrity that make for success The Polytechnic Business College of Oakland, Cal., has made a phenomenal record in training and placing young men and women in business positions and the College is so located as to provide homelike accommodations at very low rates. It is said that every young man who has taken the complete course in business training at this College has received remunerative employment upon graduation. • Prof. W. E. Gibson, 306 Twelfth street, Oakland. Cal. ; musicians. Prof. Carriers and Bob j [Barnett. ! Pearl C'rayne of the refreshment (committee lias the most (H-lljihtful ! 1 tiling of all, "punkin" pies and coffee, i winter's amusement calendar. 7:30 to ]d:30 every and Friday evenings the rink will be reserved for ladies and their escorts Prof. Carriere and a six piece orchestra will furnish the music. Gen- Gre '" may form a glee club. Too Late For Classification \VANTICH-~A girl or middleayed woman for li^lit house work, for two persons. (kmd and permanent home for rit;iit partv. Siii, ; l] wa^es. Telephone Main l',49 79 1'Oit S.-M.IC Oil" iiciv >.-t o: Ri'll',-'' 1 ;'. complete history of t!:e \\nil i. Rc-j,- uliir pri<'e $(i:i; \vip t •'"•" $:!n, or would lj|;e 10 ho'iow $.':, in it. '!"' 1- Malli 121B. XO FOR KA1.K- f,oo,! -i\-rrn.!;, ;-,O:;M' svltli Uir^e h.'.'ii 0:1 M,. ( I,-.-,-. s'-T to VOUIIK fruit lie. ~ :,n | Vivi'-- tJ'ii;>.ll li;il,tuce (,ii .-::>;.- !/•:•.'«.'-. Suiter l'n., IdL'n I ,-t, M:,in i.):: I. 7- •{• Wholesale Produce Merchant * f liny, Grain, i'n'.'i'oes. Hf-ar.e, * , and all f;,nn iiroducts, * THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY I Known tin 1 world user as the (fivatcs) piano. A. B. Chase, Emerson, Estey, Kurtzmann, Sterling and others. Also Player Pianos. Largest si-.i'!< <>!' v.ne ) iaiios emistantly on hand I'vr seen i'i liukersli-: :. 1.. w ':':': -es. Kn\v T.-rins. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block-1820 X Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manage r REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY BUTTERNUT 1 It 1 -; made by a diffefei.' ; ••, '•• -•;-. t'nun all bri in!.-. , ; :.-. . • '1 The flavor i- ::.(-•. ]•'. ., - , Mei >•alist'yitii.'. ',', l! s ;: bread .. i 'i uev : j..: < •.-.• MVeil of. •I li.'.s !i;;hl. p ; - : -iec;!y wh/e. ..... iu-iously Inowneij j.m) \. ry w'uolesome. .V- It's the he?.i b:. i.d nia.*' . and should be on y<.-.:r r,-.i '.' AMERICAN BAKERY A. J. Ferguson. Phone Main 228. i eral admission will he ten cents. ' PIONEER APPROVES OF H. A. JASTRO. i The following letter is self-explanatory: Bakersfteld, October 27, 190S. j H. A. Jastro, Esq.—My Dear Sir: I am today in receipt of your circular letter and must compliment you upon the very clear, forcible and convincing statements contained therein. No one familiar with your course in county affairs for years past needed any ' such a statement from you, but it must he very gratifying to yourself ! and your friends that such an array of facts RS you present fan he placed by you before your constituents, without fear of contradiction of the proofs | so ably presented. i l.,et. rne assure you of my ei\ine^t ( personal interest in your re-election to tho honorable and important oltk'e you have so ably and successfully filled for so many years, and the people of Kern are fortunate indeed if they secure your services for tho ensuing term. I remain, truly your friend, JOHN BARKER. "I have used cnamneriain's Colic, Cholera nnd uiarrnoea Kemedy since it was ursi introduced to the pub,,c in 187^. and have n«;ver found one in • stance where a cure was not speedilj effected by its USB. 1 have been a commercial traveler for eighteen yoare ' nnd never start out on a trip without this, my faithful friend," says H. S Nichols of Oakland. 1ml. Tr-r. When & man has used a remer.v tor thirty-fly* year he knows its vain- 1 and is conipe tent to speak of it. For ;.n!r> by Baer Bros.. BakeriflVid; Kern Drug Co., COUNTRY BOYS WANTED FOR BUSINESS POSITIONS. Business men of Oakland and San. Francisco, and other large cities, want young men reared in the country to leilhet&laylor FOR Brussels Sprouts Peas String Beans Lima Beans Cauliflower Green Onions Celery Head Lettuce All kinds of fruits of season. Bellflower Apples, $1.50 per box 1423 19th St. Phone Main 401 E-RU-SA: The Only Lawful PILE CURE Because it does not contain narcotics, mercury, cocaine, lead or any poisonous and injurious drugs. Because E-RU-SA CURES PILES. U. 8. Dispensatory .recommends every ingredient of E-RU-SA. Drug laws make "false or mis-leading statements" ft ?nrru>. All old or narcotic pile medicines affect the brain and spinal marrow, produce constipation, never cure and are therefore illegal. E-RU-SA is not for sale at opium joints. Berkeley, Cal., July 3, 1908. Or. L. Griffin, Dear Doctor: We certainly can NOT conscientiously recommend or legally sell cocaine, ergot, lead, mercurial or nareotk 1 Pile medicines except upon prescriptions. Yours truly, •\hiUer & DeMen-itt, University Pharmacy. R, L. Reed, R. J. Tay'"!• Graduates in Pharmacy. Only druggists of highest standing sell and endorse E-RU-SA. t- •£• • BAKKKKFIELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU •» When you want reliable help of -I any kind at na up. and We Phono 313. oo cost to you cull ilso supply Chinese •» ! help. •» 121ft 14th St. •» •:• * .> * * .;. * * * .} Granada Hotel Sutter and Hyde Sts,. San Francisco. Absolutely Fireproof American phui. J '. f.n t'oi- uuc. $t', for two. Ten .-.lories of >olid coiiK'ort. fount ry luule soliciled, Philip W. Niederaur The Home Of Good Furniture Dress Up Your Home (let something for the dining room ! that adds to the appearance of the 1 luuue. A CHINA CLOSET, A BUF- FET, A DINING TABLE or n set j i iif nice diners. ' j We liave just what you need. , ; The One Price Store 1408-10 19th Street Phone Main 173

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