The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 31, 1908 · Page 4
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THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY. Little Ones Give Splendid Entertainment St. Krai the dooi belni! tie i>n by I'M' Iheir I'ri 1 n last numb WHS one ''I the liit;. 1 retnrni Known the world over as the irrontest piano. A. B. Chase, Emerson, Estey, Ktnrtzmann, Sterling nnd others. Also Player Pianos. Largest stock of fine pianos constantly on hand ever seen in Hukersfield. Low Prices. Easy Terms. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block—1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager SKATING DREAMLAND RINK Cor. G and J9th. Street Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. 2 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. 7 :30 p. m. to 10:30 p. m. NIGHTS LADIES NIQgTS Music by Prof. Cameras Orchestra Unit was i rmvded to i-venlim, tin 1 occasion i.:K| entertainment giv i'nn of the parish and Fiom the first to the 'ii Hi' 1 prom-ani there - alter the other, and s beaming with smiles ,. icofliBhfH ready earn 'time tn respond with something new. i Father Fnmd says that his request for mm' 1 i-iicoiitagcment. to the children In tin 1 way Hi' making them obtain self-control lias been responded to by nil tlie parents assisting him and "I* lnstnirtor£. However, Father Frnnd wants it understood that the full eredit of last evening's entertainment Is due to the untiring efforts iof Mrs. Chris Helbling and Miss Winifred Tlmmons. Also he emphasizes this as an example of how children can be trained after school hours without being kept up of evenings. Not n single night was taken for rehearsals, all being done In the afternoon when the children were somewhat tired from their school work. The number taking part in chorus was over one hundred, but for lack of space only those taking special parts are mentioned. The following Is a brief of the program rendered last evening: Chorus, "Under the Cherry Tree," St. Francis Sunday school. "My Opening Speech," a vaudeville sketch by Masters Peter and Jarne* O'Hare, Gregory Newhouse, James McKamy, Harold Janes and George Wilbur, highly pleased the audience. The third number was a minstrel act, "It's Mighty Strange," by Master Melloring, with Herold Janes, George- Wilbur, Edmond Krausse, James Pe- trlni, Bert Tibbett, James Kastl, Raymond Mattson and Harry Crosson as the chorus. These little darkles gave Pink Hamilton and 1 his chorus a race for honors. Master Melloring is at home on the stage, A double encore brought the minstrel boys hack to the footlights. Miss Bernice McGuire pleased with a clever dance and the piano solo rendered by Master Rexton Reed showed the lad's wonderful control of the keys. The next number, "See Saw," by a pretty chorus of young ladies, was a hit on artistic drilling and was much appreciated. Those taking part in this drill were Misses Edna Newhouse, Nellie Hutt, M. Kastl, Herra sisters, Guhl sisters. Catherine Simpson, M. Cherabono and Maggie Frey. The electrical arrangements of the stage made this number doubly attractive. Then followed another of the hits 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 but come early! of the evening, Master Bert Mellor- ing's appearance in hla song "She Is Only a Cousin of Mine." Bert has been engaged by the St. Francis Minstrel committee to appear during the coming bazar. His company which assisted him last evening will also appear. "The Little Milk Maide" had to do with rural life and each child in the drill wore a little sunbonnet and apron. The three encores easily showed the appreciation of the audience. The little milk maids were Misses Blanche Helbling, Ellen Olcott, Edna Following tbig came the pumpkin drill, twelve boys carrying Jack-o'-lanterns giving a Hallowe'en march, followed by twelve young ladies in The ghost drill. This was novel and very entertaining, The Guardian Angel a touching one. The number was large angel statue, in adoring posture, was placed hovering over Master Chris Helbling, who posed during the singing of "Dear Angel Ever at My Side" by the chorus in the vear of the stage, accompanied by the organ, held the audience in perfect silence. -45u»Tng the singing of the second stanza of Tibbett, Bernice McGuire, Geneve Rossi. Esther and Helen Coyne, Silva the hymn, four living angels in sis-ters and Marie Cherabono. Misses Amelia Galtcs, Blanche Hel- W HILE every case of hair loss is sad enough, there is no wand then," one that's actually pathetic. 1 he tace ot the person may show no sign of approaching age but tt thinning hair with its dullness and life essn ess becomes gloom instead of a crown of : glory, Unconscious nag'- due to ignorance of-or indifference to--the dandruft is at the bcttom of most cases of hair loss. MANY WOMEN \I-nv women take no particular interest in prc,erviug Hie hair until i , , ,;Yo fall \Vhll,- it Is'^ill :,l..m.la»l H.-.v «•-••'"•'' Us dcst rumon as ..,'. ,,, ,'.„'. unction, bui uhi-u injnr\ com.-: ta-t and Mirions they I.I...-MI,.,. almo- 1 . . . . , i;.. , .. • • ', . i in • .- Mini', -A * •' .\ -'. ill ">l AN INSIDIOUS ENEMY T , • „„,„,„•.• hiM.li..n- . ii"i"v i., l,'-vi;it'ul b..if titan ih-- ; '!'!".'' u , vm , ., , u u:-:!,!,. ,.mv,!h ..! v-.'tab! .-i:ar.c-.t.'i '!•:,! (in U 1,, U.'.l'/'-nt ^ m ^i,- ''".','!', • '.. '.'!"',..,'u M'.II-.-'.'M'''-;- i " ' alp in \oiith. and that month- or .•x.-li \IMI--, m.i> .-l.ip •<• ! " '.>''• '' ; : i- 1 '-- 1 ' 1 ' '- '"""'i :-.i .|»-i u-, . ^ i.. i,. ..iili M ™'^«^ final sl.i:-.'.- .it Hi;-. >!. ' -•• WITH THE NAKED EYE H Is possible to !•;!! with Uu- nak.-l .•>•" whether a hair root is badly dise'ised or not. 1'ull a hair in,in th«- lu-a.l o!' a youuu perstm and the root wi'll appear lari'..-, whiti-h ,-ti.| i u-,.'.-d. -howiiei (Me perf<'Cl adhe-don that .-x- Isted 'it Ibe liofe-n o-' il-- 'i.iif t.-'.'.'eil.-. If Hie hair Irom amnbi'i- scalp shows a small.'!-. M-latm., .s ..,,;...!-ia^ mot without Ibe ragwl edve. it points unmistakably :o ,;-'us.e. HOW IT OCCURS The datulruff term inaines the seii'iceons glands causing the secretion of too little or tuo much selmm. r-'sulfnu' in extreimdy dry or very oily hair. with itsuallv dandruff. This inflammation In time extends down the lolli- cle walls to the papilla where tin- adhesions arc loosened, thus cutting olf the lialr'-t supply "'' nourislim.'tit thair nonri-limi'iit comes from ih«- bl nnd not from "hair tonics' i. After these adhesions are broken I y disea.,,-. the hair IH apt to slip out .a any time WHAT HERPIOIDE DOES The pro 1 , 'ice of Xe/.-bri>- ifcrpiciib 1 is to destroy the damliiilT germ, after which the hair n mimes its natural beairv and abundance; unless the disease w.i> uejdect.-.l too lon^ ll.i|i has clone iinil is .still do a... mo-e toward saving and beautifying Uie hair llhin i I . th, i i,m< combined It does not'11-; 'iitly d.stroy the llmusauds of g< rm colonies In a lud.i dis. , . d . nor does it do any othe it:, po ssible thing. JANUARY AND JUNE Successful results f in In June but the I !lce omulish a'ud that I', m «''>• i i Mowbro'K HcrpicI • > •• • ,1,,, in i.vNteuc ' mi NewbrnV Herpicide in .laiiuary will not prevent, a reinfection of tin; ' indent use of Herplcldi 1 will accom|dish till ibat any human ageiu-y can ls llu1 '' B '""' 1 of uuirvelous. As a hair diving, and tor toi- by cnnnoisseiirs tis the daintiest and most di-lii;litt'ul prep- it u .silken gloss. It contains bllng, Ellen Olcott and B. Root, made their appearance and the scene was a beautiful one. Last, but not least, came the up-to- date moving pictures, the Tunning of the films being a mystery to the audi ence. The program, lasting one and three- quarter hours, was pronounced one of the finest juvenile entertainments ever given la this city and many requests were made that the children repeat the performance during the coming bazar. Sacred Concert Sunday Evening The regular monthly musical service given by the chorus choir of tin; First Congregational church will be held tomorrow evening. These evenings of sacred song need no words of Introduction or of commendation to local music lovers. An excellent program has been arranged and a musical feast fs assured. The chorus choir containing twenty-four voices among the best of the local talent will lie assisted at the morning service by Miss Jane Barber, soprano, recently of Detroit, and H. B. Mowbray of Oak- limd, organist. As has been the custom for several .ve.'irs pasl at th" last service before, | election, the pastor, Rev. Edgar R. Fuller, will speak on the local issues in the coining election. Subject, "How Shall I Vote." The personnel of the chorus and the program to be rendered at Ibis special service are as follows. Sopranos— Bessie Harris Clarabel Travis Helen Hill . I la/el (! randy Kthel Cobiirn XuiTiuno Reading Tenors— .lames VI. Aspin Walter S. John l.oyal Granily Allen T. Uen'ch Trueivmn ('.lover Robert Hodman Organist—Mrs. Clioirsti ihe hair and llulTy iindgives Applications at all Prominent Barber Shops oi not stuin ',r dye the hair. Try t, today. s WINDOW DISPLAY AT OJC t»N VYim-"JW uiacutif. m ^— —•-—*, f. f, . « » Sl ' ntl lu cents n stamps to the HKRIMCIUE COMPANY, Dept 27, Detroit, Mich., for sam- J /L M¥ TCwMll^vV vVTfcf^r^lS^l /Vo'tf»r*t |1||J lllui booklet. Two sizes—50 cents and $1.00. Ai drug stores. When you call for . jr»t ** V X^mAM-gK^, vjy j^/v. V>ACAA J. *g-^;»«t, Herplcide, do not accept substitutes. Applications tit prominent barbershops. Altos— I.via (irandy .Marie Warren Florence Homjhtou Afdis Hare Bertha Owen ' Ulanche Curtis HilSKf-i — .lames 10. (.ioodwln Henry li. Mowliray Arthur .1. fJardner Richard DeKriese Hubert I,. Smith H. M. Wood son Ventor Isenherj;. Clarence M. Fuller. Program. Tenor Solo and Chorus—"I Will Arl.se" .Munso Oi'Kan Solo—"Andante, with Melo<!>'" I'almor H. B. Mowbray Quartet—"Come Unto Jle" . . Shelley Soprano Solo—"O Loving Spirit".. (ioiinod Miss Bessie Harris Baritone Solo and Chorus—"Arise, Shine" Schnecker Voluntary, Organ and Violin Mrs. luunborg and Mr. Woodson Vesper Duet—"Evening" Smart Miss Bessie Harris and C. .M. Fuller LADIES AID TO GIVE A HARVEST FESTIVAL. The Ladles Aid Society of the Congregational church will give their annual harvest social at the home of Mr and Mrs, Howeu Irwin, 22in r, street Monday evening, November 2. ' ' ' The following program will bo glvon at S o'clock: Piano H olo. Miss Human Hunt; vocal duet, Miss Florenco Hoiigliion mid Miss Lvla tjratitly recitation, Little Miss 'Gladys (ie'elan- vocal solo. Cliir.'Dce Fuller; recitation' Miss Melon Hall; vocal solo Mrs Edward Helbling; recitation, AJiws Helen Campbell. The program will he followed by games, for which prizes have beeii provided. Last but. not least a harvest supper will be served. The ladles hope for a large attendance and wish that all who are interested In their welfare will, come and bring their friends. •1

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