The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 3, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, November 3, 1908
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1908. THE RAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN Only seven weeks to Christmas! Not Too Early For Xmas Shopping! Especially if Tiv>re is any mei'ili.T bow it was -you were Into and lnuTi"d ;iiiil yon yourself to ))i> early to yet tilt' o!' jillcnlioi) anil tin 1 Yon re hist vciir we weiv promised this veal hcst benefit of early selection. You're invited to come and "look" any time. Anglican Jewelry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1430 Nineteenth Street | Kern City NOTES AND PERSONALS. JIMMY BRITT uuuirm n \ S* I r\ • i, FROM SUMMERS The Formal Grand Opening at Mrs. J. G. Hancock has returned I from n visit with relatives in Traver. Harry Shuler, formerly of Kern but j recently of I.os Angeles, has returned for tl '« rounds at 133 pounds. The men Hsalu and expects to move his family weighed in at 3 In the afternoon. LONDON, Nov 3.—Jimmy Brltt, the California fighter, defeated Johnny Summers of England In the tenth round last night at Wonderland. The conditions of the fight called \ here soon. (Jet a lot in Kern. Two thousand to You can't miss getting what you want. Terms easy, prices Summers had the better of the first: two rounds and I3ritt, seeming to real. Ize his disadvantage, put more energy into his work and shaped up much A. .1. Woody, SIC BaUer st. tf be , tcr ,„ sllcceedlng rounds . Mrs J. H. Yount, who has been visit- j The Englishman showed great clev-1 ing Mrs. M. P. Smith for the past erne88 and , n the B , xth( seventh and j week, returned this morning home in Coallnga. to her Money to Loan "We have unlimited funds to 'loan on improved farm property at 7V6% per annum, and on long terms and easy payments. If you are paying a high rate of Interest this proposition should Interest you. Bakersfield Abstract Company GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. WOMEN'S CLUB MEETING TOMORROW AFTERNOON. Mrs. Wm. Upton has invited 'he members of the Woman's Club and their friends to meet at her home In the Virginia colony tomorrow after- .noon. There will be a conveyance at the drug store corner at 2 o'clock to take the crowd out. GOLDEN WEST HOTEL <9» Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PUAGEMANN, Prop. THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN New building. Modern In ev- rrv rv'^ppo!. !. r iO voor:i c . Opposite Hailroail ami Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HHART OF THK CITY Free bus meets all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Kills car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. eighths rounds looked to be a winner. Britt came back, however, and fought Mrs. Fred Fulllngton, accompanied i his man to the ropes, having a consld- by her sister-in-law, has returned from! erable advantage In the ninth and a three week's visit In San Jose. [tenth rounds. The American was the Mrs. F. Miller of Marlcopa Is In I winner o n points, although a consider- town for a few days. j able number of the spectators ques- Von ran get a lot in nny part nf ttoned the referee's decision. Kern. You have 2000 to i>lck from. Terms easy. Prices $35 to $3.50 A. J. Woody, 816 Baker street. tf For several minutes there was ev- Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bernard, accompanied by Mr .and Mrs. P. A. Boyce, have returned from a visit in LOB Angeles. I have 2000 lots 'in Kern City for sale. Prices from $35 to $350. Terms easy. A. J. Woody, 816 Baker st. tf F. H. Williams, general car Inspector' of the general office In San Francisco, Is in town. ery Indication of a riot and It was with Hie utmost difficulty that quiet was restored. Britt and the referee were loudly hooted as they left the hall. Much dissatisfaction Is expressed In the newspapers and In circles where the fight Is discussed at the referee having pronounced Britt the victor over Summers, but according Angeles to take- a position as stenographer for Chief Train Dispatcher J. H. Sheridan. E. Mills came up from Los Angeles yesterday In order to vote, Fred Walon went to Fresno this morning for a short visit Mrs, S. E. Shafer returned yesterday from an extended eastern visit. Maynard Honn has a position in the Kaar meat market. H. L. Rlchey has arrived from Los to Sporting Life, although it was a splendid exhibition on both sides and Summers showed remarkable speed and cleverness at long range fighting, the referee gave Brltt the credit for an Immense amount of in-fighting, the value of which he was In far better position to judge than a majority of the spectators. KID DALTON FIGHTS LUMBARD IN MARYSVILLE. MARYSVILLE, Nov. ;!.—The battle , Mrs. Smith of Denver, who has been j between Harry Lumoard, the Cana- visiting her rtsteri Mrs. Fred.Stanley , j dlan champion, and Kid Dalton, which and mother, Mrs. Burrington, left yes- wln be staged by the Phoenix Athletic terday .for Los Angeles. Club on the night of November 5, is L. A. Balizet came down from Mo- attracting a great deal of attention Jave this morning. DINNER PARTY IN HONOR OF BIRTHDAY. I among the fight followers of the,Sacramento Valley and Matchmaker Bar ~ i ney Van Buskirk predicts a record- j j breaking house. Dalton, through'his j j victory over .lack Clifford in Sppterrf 1 | ber in this city, has become a favorite with the fight fans, and at Chico, where he Is training under the care- i ful eye of the veteran .lack Grace, his ' training quarters are crowded with HAMILTON'S 2000 CHESTER AVE., AT 20th Was a Remarkable Success An opening scene beaming over with the most attractive and autlic'itie tylcs fur I'all iiin! winler. Striking suits, tailored novelties, street costumes, opc.rn wraps, dainty dresses and fascinating millinery in a finely .selected assortment. Come in and sec for yourself today; sec the new hipless models, the distinctive inovatioiis for I'all; yon arc corJjially welcome. HANDKERCHIEFS BELTS, NECKWEAR AND HAND BAGS We offer for your Inspection today n most dainty assortment of new styles and novelties. All the new colors In nock- wear and belts; .the new- leathers in hand bags, and a specially attractive showing of handkerchiefs. . We also show many pretty pattern veils and novelty belt buckels. The New Fall Millinery ! During the.opening our hats have been very much admired—the universal verdict seems to be—the prettiest and smartest models ever exhibited in Bakersfield. Every hat is Individual In style and made with an attractiveness and dash that will satisfy all style admiring women. We also show a full line of untrlmmed shapes, fancy feathers, wings, ribbons, ornaments, hat pins, ostrich feathers, etc. In every instance our prices are moderate; you'll find them a full 25 per cent under usual values. We show many excellent hat* specially priced at $5, $7.50 and $10. Worthy Furs DEPENDABLE QUALITIES Furs, like diamonds, nre very deceiving; ours are all sold under OMr personal guarantee—absolute satisfaction or your money refunded. We show a large asortmont of genuine mink sable fox, angora, brook mink, lynx, ermine, etc., In separate neck pieces, such as stole effects, throws, fonr in hand, scarfs, etc., besides numerous matched eels. Reasonable prices prevail in every instance. Tailored Suite.— They Include many of the most pouplar models In long, short and medium coat styles. They are all strictly tailored' througout nnd made of pretty serviceable materials In solid colors, stripes and the popular mannish patterns. Such seasonable colors to select from ns navy, black, brown, green, etc. HATS RETRIMMED IN ATJTHO RITATIVE STYLES AT SPECIALLY LOW PRICES. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harungton were host and hostess at a delightful dinner party last evening, given at tiiefr . „ home 711 K street, in honor of tho I [f" 8 ea ° h <lny> a " a " xlo " s to set a formers' birthday. Those present werr ] " n ° °" his COIUlltlon - H " !s ronn.Hng Miss Mayne Lilian l.os Angeles. Owen Calahan, Chas. K. Haas. Chris Johnson. Mr. ;md Mrs. A. I.. I lurrin..:- | ton. j ---- --«• •- -C* ..... --O. n. Dixoii lias relumed from a two! weeks' visit ill Frc.-no. Mi:,s Alaliel K.'"-','!' ;irriv«"l !i< r< from li'T home in .Mi«s'i;ii-i vi^ii-i ,ljiy to attetH tli» vc'l'linu- '•'' l:o- !•.»''•! tonionow night. YOUR DOUBTS WILL CRUMBLE •u :it"i you >-ee a suit of cloih'.ns or an overcoat that we have ckitneii aii'" pressed it' you think we c-;in't imil<>' your K'irinents look jti.-t li'.if new. <>;;r nioi't'SK <if c'lennine is the acme of ar- tistir work on clothing, fine dre.sses, •iainty waists and plunnvs. Our dye- In:; has all the rich rulcrings that •Mires in the finest jioods when done ;;1 the Pioneer Dye Works. Mail or-.!•••;•* prompt)'! attended to. | to nicely and is confident of scoring an easy win. TEA Why i: n't everything moneyb ;ck? Everything 1 isn't good ' enough. > Your grocer returns your mrncy if you don'l like Sthlillny h Ijt-i, we l>;iy him. j All classes of harness, saddles, whips, robes, blankets, buggies and everything belonging to the harness and saddle trade are on sale at the bankrupt sale of the United Harness Company, corner Chester avenue and Twentieth street. tf Ben Reynolds, another former mein- l,er of the ill-fated WhitaUer stock ! company, whieh held forth at the I'll- ion theater this last snninii'r, drifted Into town last evening. Reynolds is here visiting with friends, and v>'tll return to Los A ivies shortly. Jim Jones is at Maricopa with a party of oil men, on » two days' trip. BAKERSFIELD EMPLOYMENT BU-1 REAU—When you want reliable help of any kind at no oost to you call us up. We also eupplv Chinese and Japanese help l;'ia I9tb street. Phone 813. tf James A. Bernard and wife >* Kern, who were thought lost on *** road from Los Angeles, arrive* 4hQ town last night with their four der Winton. Too Late For Classification WANTED—Situation to dn viiera: housework. Telephone Main 11'I" V, FOR SAL!•>(,ems bicycle, in good condition. Inquire at In] I 1C M. M! K(>rNn~-NY:,r Santa Ke depot, :i Masonic I'tnlilein. Kinder n::o have same by calling at this o:ll<-e. v; Pioneer Cleaners and Dyers t A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor, ffice, IBIS) 19}h St.. Phonu Mnln 17E Works. 529-133 20th St. Phon« M&tu 168 Philip W. Niederaur The Home Of Good furniture Dress Up Your Home ! (Jet something for the dining room ; j ; I that adds to the uppisarance of the ' j i | homo. ; ! ' \ A CHINA CLOSET, A BUP- | i FET, A DINING TABLE or a s.-t i ; of nice diners. We have just what yon i d. The One 1408-10 I9lh Street vStore Phone Main 173 FOR SAI.K Oil KXCl acres improve,1 proper! south of town, un i ( r riiteli, for either town unimproved ranch propen.\. Inquire j of H. L. Staley at county .nil, tfl VVAXTKD—Married man, tTiin.- old, experienced booklie";ie> stenographer, wants pi^itinp. years experience in oil w> 1! r I business. A 1 references a- '-. I esty, sobriety, intetriily, ••!< <|tiire at this office. The Little Racket Store The liltle store (if L. T. (lodley & Co., corner iSlli inn! L'liester avenue, is still adding new lines of ,~>, in, 15 nnd 2'n' dry [foods nnd notion specialties. Our latest will lie llie Kieliavdson embroidery outfits, which is the most popular etnliroidei'y liu<« in tin- world. \Ve invite llie Indies In call and inspect a few samples, already received, .loin a Richardson Club ind learn the beautiful art (if embroidering. "We ^ive special prices on maiiy useful articles. L. T. GODLEY & CO. lion In- 80 FOR HKNT—Three him. hou.--Kee|i. ing rooms with :ili moileni conven- lenr-pti. to responsible j>;ii'tii-s; no children. Inquire at 11 il 17th st. tf STRAYKl) OR ST01.KX <>:>.•• -.irrel horse roached marie wit!) i:;ii.-^ej -if left front leg cut off: tin I' 1 please call up Main i:!."s. and ref )'. • re. ward. D. Manbeck. X3 VOH SALK—I" aeres. elnse •> :nwn. .Small jiuyir.ent down, balance easy. •Hi acies and MI acres, be"i under the Kern h-laii'l. Large foothill ranch; f. for stock; good water, lie* and 70 acres of train lair and Co., 1!'-" 1 st., Main ! I place i ar:i. uiK-r U't; MAVK Moxrcv «» 'n • reasonable Tale of '.•.}••• • are Idokilf: ''»'•' '•< !•> n good securi'v, ?>.|. \\- ^.,. lli^n I vi.. Main I |::t. v 'i M'KMsTlKli ROOMS with > • eiriejij an I lialli in private bniiie it $T, to $K per month, fall alter ." o'clocw. ll'L'll I7lti st., 1'hiine Aliiln i;i! ^:; \VANTKI'>— BriL'ilt buy; wje.'e^ reaF- oiuilile; wi':k litrlil:> Mils ev- etlllig, 7 to S o'e|('ei<; }n<i]il ), ]-!ll I. Htreel. *•'', LOST—Small open face solid gold watch. Black fob with buckle-; charm engraved "M. R. K." He ward. Kinder leave at this office. Mi C. J. Planz, President Arthur 8. Crites, Cashier. AS YOU GROW OLDER it is such a ci'jnfortahle feel- iujr In I'ealixe that you are . establishing strmie protee. lion for the i'ului'e -thai you are each week deposit inur part of yuiir ini'onie in tip' First Hank <>f KITH, where it will steadily work to your interest at the rale of 4' ; interest. Four per cent interest paid on time deposits and savings accounts. Capital if'')0,ono. BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE UnilLIIUl ILLU *OBT. C. flA*TON.«.n.«r SATURDAY NOV. 7th. H. FRAZEE'S H. PIQUANT MUSICAL MIXTURE Isle of Spice FAMOUS FOR MUSIC FUN AND BEAUTY Sam Rose Harry Watson Edwin Lang Harry Williams Percy Bacon Harry Leavelle Wattle Martz Roberta Wilson Loretto Convey TWENTY WHISTLING SONG HITS AND UNIQUE DANCES THREE Prices ..:... Lowe and Geo. E. Stoddard; Music by Jerome and Schlnd-- ler; Staged by Gus Sohlke. ORGANIZATION OF 60 PEOPLE SOLID MONTHS IN NEW YORK; FOUR SOLID MONTHS IN BOSTON; 221 NIGHTS IN CHICAGO. 50c, 75c, $1,00 $1.50 Seats on Sale Thursday. d SUNDAY NOV. 8th. COMING! COMING! COMING! GEORGE M. COHAN'S FAMOUS SONG SHOW ffoNEYMOONER With WILLIE DUNLAY as Augustus Wright. SPLENDID CAST AND BIG SINGING CHORUS THE COHAN HITS—"Let's Take an Old Fashioned Walk"; "I'm a Popular Man"; "Make a Lot of Noise"; "Kid Days"; "The Mysterous Maid"; "Nothing New Beneath the Sun"; "In a One Night Stand"; "Honest, Little Girlie, I'm Strong for You"; "San Francisco is My Home" "Don't Go Near the Water, Daughter," etc. COHAN SONGS; CCHAN MUSIC; COHAN GIRLS; COHAN BOYS; COHAN ENTHUSIASM; COHANISTIC, ONE OF THE BEST COHAN SHOWS EVER SEEN. DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1,50 Seats on Sale Thursday. i

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