The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 3, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

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THE BAKERSPIBLD CAUPORNIAN TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1908. Wait For Geelan's Millinery OPENING Our Motto, Quality Style, and Moderate Prices. 1329 19th St. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY OF TOURISTS N°v. -.-~S' cuts at '!<-po(.s in I•''*•' An- ipllcafed t)u>.-(.' of •,iy. Tr;!inl"ad af- :.••«• Calif" minus colonists, and ; . .uly (!<•(< rmined .•, arc scattering ;,.. ill I lie Free Demonstration of the Heinz, 57 Varieties in Our Grocer/ Department. Free Souvenir to Each Visitor die Santa Fe'a this morning cars, of which ecpcrs, all load- It had come ld over «» the greatest piano,. A. fc. nn Sterling and otm-rs. Also , fistey, Kurtzmann, Sterling Pianos, Largest stock of fine pianos constantly on hand fever MJPtt in Bakersfield. Low Prices. Easy Terms. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block— 1820 X Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager SKATING DREAMLAND RINK Cor. G and 19th. Street Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. 2 p. m. to 5:30 p. ra. 7:30 p. m. to 10:30 p. m. TUkSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS LADIES NIGHTS Mi'sic by Prof. Carriere's Orchestra LOS ANC.n the three ta:'.. today i. •• Saturday •<'•'"' ~ ter trainlniid have luii'i' .i !.• . • those who hiivt ;i where th«-\ '.M ; . Ollt to their !!• v." ' around Los Ant:' '.• • The first .-•'•" '''•>' overland uain N" consisted of lour'e, twelve were tourist with cidi.nMH (through from Chimgo that way. The second seciiun ".I No. 1 followed it, and also No. 7. Every mall brim;.* advices to the Santa Fe general offices of additional equipment being added to handle the colonists. Thus far It Is known that fifteen tourist cars will arrive tomorrow morning and twenty-one Wednesday morning, and there will probably be more than these. The Salt I^ake overland came in | this morning in two long sections, and early all the travelers were colonists. The amount of baggage is also augmented, proving that the arrivals are coming for no brief visit, The Los Angeles limited will bring In a considerable number of colonists tonight, and tomorrow morning the' overland train will again arrive in two sections of from twelve to fifteen cars each, including the baggage cs'~ •/ is not yet known how ^^.i "* day's crowds ** ' • • 1 ?.V*oal)ty %Vx:fefed those of any other "aay. Big crowds ara fclso now coming ff"6rt the north T>t the Southern Pa•'Jne, in addition to those who com* through the El Paso gateway. Those who come to El Paso will nearly all reach Los Angeles by Wednesday, but the Arrivals from the north <wttl Xeep up for several d'ays, as longer | time Is required to cotae hy way of iSnn Francisco, atid many colonists 1 stop, off at other points when cotnllig. jtlncl way. I Wednesday morning, however, 'will 1 see the c.Iofie of the big rush. T^iose I who come from the Atlantic seaboard and who did not start until Oct. 31, the last, day of the ticket sale, will not get in until Thursday, hut the crowds from the Middle West and as far east «s Chicago and New Orleans, will all !«• here by Wednesday, if they come on the Santa Fe, Salt Lake or the south-rn loule of the Southern Pa< Iflc. LADIESllERVE A DINNER By (Trying On, And That Only—Can you prove to your own satisfaction whether or not Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes will fit you, as we {have been telling you, with style and acuracy. If you find it's the truth, you are in a way to save money for the rest of your life. Why not try-on tomorrow ?' JTUZES AWARDED TOMORROW NIGHT Harvest Social Fine Success A twenty-five dollar overcoat or a The harvest social given last even- j twenty-five dollar lady's cloak will be ing by the Congregational ladies was t '!) M - ' i;i M ch'.ivch < !• • lit Special Professional Visit of New York Physicians and Surgeons [{eprcsenlin.: ;!>•• Mi tllte of Ne\V V M'k. Cl ro-M er|ie. ! vi.l Snr-i" ,! b l~ YOU ARE SICK COME TO US AV Km- cured tlnni.-anil.s a:;' '"..a cure ;.o'i. The many cm-s j> ; vde )>y our experts -inc.. „; -.-.ival iu llnker>-lieM has been i "'.• talk of tin- town. M.my pnucv riven up a.s inciinibl" are on the rap: I roail to i. ••,,,!> u:. . , our up '" d.ite treat ineui. In coming to us von have the s;;n.>> .idv.tm;ines of ]>< 'M '•• 'ii New York or other large chies miiv.if, '•'.'• "ni-t of goiiu th.Te THIS WEEK ONLY \Ve give free consultation. examination iinJ advice. So feme nt once— TODAY. We will lie v'lad to have you call ami consider ii a favor to us as \ve are anxious to meet every on<> who is ,. :ln. l.i.'\se, n lie- hours of ", ''He sum i-Mill'-tl |< i-Xpi'Cted tO .'il> .<\\,.|l,..| The la. lies set '• el ;. ..i,;, ;"||.; , ,. | ; i| ;. n ,l ((,(. I given away free at the conclusion of a grt tomorrow night's program at Morley's home 'Theater. The pictures this week' I'i'ov* are some of the bes-t that the popular faihe play house has had for some time, I'^bt The feature is a very Interesting 11- j '"'fiis lustration of a crocodile hunt, and it ' *'''"•'''' holds one's attention from start to , finish. Among other Interesting numbers on this week's program tre ''The! I'nseifish finest," "Mi-art of u Gypsy, ' I "Naughty Princess." "Mr. Fuzz" and i 'I.eah the Forsaken." Mr. i'arra annouiues that for the benefit of his patrons who are inttr- ested In the election, lie will flash complete returns during his performance tonight. Two pretty songs rire on the program this week and are well handled by Perry Emerson, the baritone singer. They are "Good-bye Mary Dear," and "If You Never Cared For Me As I Care For Yon." at success. The fine, remodeled of Mr. and Mrs. Uowen Irwin d an admirable place for a large ring. The decorations were a de- to all. .Japanese and jack Ian- corn, autumn leaves, fruit and tides were most ariisiically aril in Ihe yard, on the porches and through tlii> house. Til* committee headed by Mrs. Guard assisted the host and hostess in making all enter into the spirit of the occasion. The program as announced MIS carried out with some additions, arid the games proved a source of much merriment. Refreshments were hot biscuits and coffee, salad, doughnuts, apple and pumpkin pie, nuts and fruits. Attorney IT. I... Packard and family have returned from Los Angeles. Mr. Packard has recovered from Ills re,i cent operation and is feeling very i much improved In health. 'i '':" lUOIleV "'!,- ' • •• \'\ he \\<~-'\ (I) '"' :v paperili;.- ::!! i •• ' 't rr; \- : [ii|J- of tho church huildin." I > , :-n;ii.M|in,> ( . re- sp<:!:-ibl" fnr iie> . , . . .,j , | u . „„. denaKimr cuii-e-• - .,, ••\. ;;,,,,,.< (;,,„ M. Wl.itaUer, ]•: '•' \V .'-, ,; )• M., V ' ' ' ; • ' ' "In"!!' ' \ \|. ..,;,.. Nl.TiCE . v ' • ' i c C is 11 e ! e i: , _ j , * COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION MEETS HERE NOV 14TH. Electro-Medical and Surgical Institute. Grand Hotel Bakersfield Room* 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19. Office now open. 10-1, 2-5, 7-9, , and by appointments. I l'!l'iise p:eS"lll ' . •• ' Hie |,n !"TS1 .',..! ,: nf tre San i. • ., ;a . | on members -.-!s of Ihe Heeretary A. \\, M Ka< •',,( the Kern County Hoard of T:.,,ie. I,,,., received a notification ihv >.,<• h;i- been a 1 , I'nilUed as a dele-,.,. u , ,,,,. SatUmul Rivers and Harbo:- «;nve.,'M,n, which will convene in Washin-Jtn':, 1> c ,,,, lieccjnlier ti, in, 1 1 Mr Mr|( .e -e|i ivMins the San ,(oa(iuin valley ,,,t tin, niectlns;. He is uirieritv,! .,,. ,,, , ( . (li , n er ci! !!in lie will mat-'" i Ii" , .;•'. ;, ; . Ml The quarterly rr.fetln .lOlUJUill Valley CIIMIUI,.., M i. :ion will be held \;\ H;,;., Sntiirdiiy. November 1 !, • ,•>>' the valley lieln ^,ii-. K- rn County Hoar.! of Trade. Cover- I nor Cillette will, in ail probability, he i one of the Kpealiers of thi- day, be hav- ( ing txpressed a desire to attend the j aieetlm;, other Ijusim ss permitting, to | Aithur H. Hrigk's, iiresident of the i California State Hoard of Trade. .Mr. sus himne!f will b- a speaker, ad- •Iressiim the hiiBinoss .uien on the suliject of "General Promotion Work," Col. John l>. Irish of Kern County, will read a paper; on;-"Conservation of th« Cnderground 1: Wuiers of the San ,Ioa- fiuin Valley." State Engineer Bllery will be another speaker. About twenty-five delegates are expected to be in attendance. Morning and afternoon sessions will he held in some hall yet to be selected, and the meeting will end with a supper which will he tendered the visitors by the Board of Trade, probably at the Southern. W O • V-r» HOBO D£? EVENING 7.30 BRING YOUR HOBO FRIENDS HOBO A A II W HAM REFRESHMENTS AND ENTERTAINMENT N.V. U. M. ll^LL j ALL AMERICAN TEAM i DEFEATED BY SEALS. ! SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 3,—The j Baseball team known as the "All i Americans" which will rail for the ji.rlcnt today under the management •u Mike Fisher, was defeated by a hi< Led nine from the Coast League in •ni exhibition fin me yesterday, 6 to 1. ^uior of tin- San Kramisco league 'eani pitched n ureat S-'anie for the !-i. l,cd team, allowing ibe All Amerl- •ans lo unther bui two hits oft his delivery, five errors by the All Americans uidud materially in tlit-ir defeat. Score: n H E Picked Team 6 8 1 All Americans 1 2 1 Batteries—Sutor and Berry; Flaherty, Burns, Qraney and Biles. CENTRAUA, Mo., Nov. 2.—The only known incident where a package of cigarette papers saved a life occurred here last night when Clyde Younger, a young man employed by a grocery house, was attacked by a burglar In the rear of his employer's store. Younger was closing the store for the night when ho discovered the would-be robber behind a salt barrel. The man attacked Younger with a long knife. A murderous thrust cut Its way through tho coat, vest and a book of cigarette papers and Inflicted a slight wound. Tho book was of henvy cardboard. WOODMAN HALL Sunday Night Nov. 8th j Bankrupt sale of harness, saddles, | whips, robes, blankets, buggies and everything pertaining to the harness I and saddle business now on at the i corner of Chester avenue and Twen- | Uetu street. tt The New Store Our Angelica and Muscatel Wines ! nr<> very popular now. Yon remember we had such a successful run on them nt the Pair — everybody who sampled it liked it, and many have bought Kincp. If you like sweet wines, try some of these fine Angelicas and Muscatels— they're splendid quality— superior, we think, to any wines yon have ever bought at ibe prices we're asking. Fred GuntherCo. Family trade solicited. Store and warerooms 1511 18th street. No bar attached. Phone Main 99.

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