The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 4, 1908 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1908. Dependable Goodi at Welll't BUY YOUR BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS AT WEILL'S Women who are planning on buying more blankets and comforters should by all means come here to get them. For warm, cozy blankets and comforters, our assortment can't be equaled anywhere. We carry a wide range of prices, and can always satisfy you. For instance: Oregon Wool Mills Blankets, $3.50—Splendid quality, and comes in grey. Eiderdown Comforters, $7.50—Sateen lined and very pretty. Eiderdown Comforters, $14 and $16.50—Silk lined, very light and exceedingly warm—the best in the market for the money. INTO PRESIDENCY (Continued from Page I.) Phone*—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. "You will find that the altitude Is high at Denver." "That ain't nothln'; It won't be more than we kin afford; we find thet the highest is generally the most economical in the long run."—Exchange. Bankrupt Stock OF THE United Harness Go Of all classes of Harness, Saddles, Whips, Robes, Blankets, Buggies and everything belonging to the harness and saddle trade. Corner Chester Ave. and 20th Street. STATE LEAGUE KNOCKING AT DOOR OF ORGANIZED BALL. CHICAGO, Nov. 3.—Disposition will be made of the California State League, which Is now petitioning for admission to organized baseball, at the meeting of the national commission which will take place in Chicago on November 14, Representatives of the California leagufe will be present at this meeting, and make a strong bid to be once more recognfzed in organized baseball circles. The California League has brought several very Important influences to bear In its behalf, making its chances for recognition far stronger than Is generally believed. It is understood that the Pacific Coast*'League Is anxious to have the state league admitted, that there may no longer be any trouble in getting players from its ranks. During the recent visit of President Cat Ewing and Henry Berry of Los Angeles a good word was spoken for the state organization, which practl ! cally insures a favorable hearing. | The meeting will also be significant | in that the report on the charges ] made against officers of the Chicago I National League club of collusion with scalpers In the sale of the world's ' series tickets will also Ije made. It will be some time tomorrow or next day before the exact figures can be obtained. Charles S. Deneen, Republican candidate for governor, ran far behind the national ticket, but has been elected by a plurality of about 100,000 over A. E. Stevenson, his Democratic opponent. Deneen's greatest losses were suffered In Cook County, which is his home. The feeling against him was strong in Chicago and he was heavily scratched. Chicago and Cook County gave a plurality to Taft of 50,000 against 126,000 for Roosevelt four years ago. Outside of cook County the plurality I tor Taft is not far from 120,000. The' plurality ot President Roosevelt In 1904 was 304,939. Stevenson, Democratic candidate for governor, carried the city of Chicago by about 8000 and the county of Cook by about 6000. He lost heavily, however, in the state outside of Cook. The legislature which Is to select a successor to Senator Hopkins, will be strongly Republican and It Is certain that Hopkins will be succeeded either by himself or by another member of his party. In Chicago a hot fight was waged over the office of states attorney, but John E. Wayman, Republican, was elected by about 30,000. The Socialist vote showed a considerable falling oft from that o£ four years ago. Debs in 1904 received 69,225 votes. From the returns so far obtained it seems probable that he will not receive much over 40,000. HOW GENERAL TAFT RECEIVES THE NEWS. CINCINNATI, Nov. 3.—Up to 10 o'clock tonight there had been no break in the optimistic character of the returns received at the C, P. Taft residence in this city, where William H. Tuft, the Republican candidate, and Mrs, Tiift were surrounded by a merry party of relatives and close friends. At that time Taft had no doubt of his election, as Indicated by the congratulatory telegram ho sent to Chairman Hitchcock stiortly after 9 o'clock, central time. Judge Taft declined to make any statement, saying he would deliiy it until Ohio was heard from. Elebonite preparations had been made by C. P. Taft and the best telegraphic preparations arranged. Tho rear veranda of the quaint but aristocratic old mansion on Pike street had been enclosed and an up-to-date tele- green grain room established. One wire was connected directly with national Re- BRIDE SUES PARENTS FOR DOLL'S TRUNK. RIVERSIDE, Nov. 3.—As a sequel to the elopement of Miss Rovena Colburn and Glenn Shaw, two months ago, Hie bride today filed a suit In j the Superior Court against her parents to gain possession of some personal belongings which she alleges they have refused to give her. The bride, who Is barely of age, Is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Colburn, well known residents of Riverside. Soon after from the local high secretly married In her graduation school she was LOB Angeles to Glenn Shaw, a waiter In a Riverside restaurant, the elopement creating a sensation among her friends and bringing heart-breaking grief to her devofed parents, who were at the MILES FROM WATBR AND CANTEEN LEAKi. SAN BERNARDINO, NOV. 2.—B. A Pratt, an aged miner Who had btttt missing since last July, met an awful death among the 'Argus mountain** bordering Death Valley sink. HIS skeleton has been found by 8. B. Shankland of Mojave, and wilt b« properly burled. Shankland was prospecting among the Argus mountains, when he came across a human skeleton. The garments which had clothed the unfortunate were weather-beaten, but Intact. A search of the pockets brought to light papers wrapped In tinfoil, which proved the identity of the deceased. A dairy which Pratt had been keeping during his few days of awful wander- i Ing Indicated that he had loit fefl IOWA GIVES TAFT PLURALITY OF 50,000 VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC DBS MOINBS, Nov. 4.—The incomplete returns received Indicate that Taft has carried Iow a by a plurality of 40,000 to 50,000. This Is a tremendous falling oft from the Roosevelt plurality of 158,000 of four years ago, but It represents only a slight falling off from the normal plurality. The entire Republican state ticket Is elected, probably by about the same plurality. Governor A. B. Cummins seemingly carried the Republican senatorial primary over M. J. Lacoy by a plurality of 40,000 to "0,000, a tremendous gain from last June, when ho was defeated by Allison by 11,000. The Indications an? that, the entire j delegation in Congress will be Repiib-i lican, a gain of one over two years j ago. In DCS Moines there was a tremendous loss of votes to the Republicans, due to the large labor vote for Bryan. Business address Phone 161. THE MAJESTIC. THIS IS THE CAR COOPER MEDICAL COLLEGE AFFILIATED WITH STANFORD. STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Nov. 2 —Cooper Medical College of San Francisco is now a part of Stanford University. The affiliation which has long been contemplated by the trustees of this university and which was practically consumated last semester has now been accomplished. The completion of the action was announced at the president's office today. This action is the most Important taken by the trustees in some years. JBy the addition of the big institution I in San Francisco, a medical curriculum which Is on a par with any In the publican headquarters in New York and three others brought In news gathered by the Associated Press and other sources. From 6 o'clock on, bulletins were received In Increasing number and the enthusiasm of the party increased in proportion. Judge Taft circulated in the operator's room and among the guests, exhibiting tho finest specimen of that smile which the campaign has made famous. The first news Judge Taft received was over the long distance telephone from Judge Fisher at Jamestown, N. Y., to the effect that Jamestown had given Taft 2900 majority. , "What has pleased me more than anything else up to tho time," remarked the candidate shortly after 7 o'clock, "is the undoubted Influence of Yale In Connecticut. We get Connecticut by 30,000, and Hartford by 3600." President Roosevelt parried that city by 1500. Chairman Hitchcock was heard from as early as 6:30 o'clock. He said: "Hearty congratulations on magnificent vote here." James S. Sherman followed Mr. Hitchcock with this message: "My hearty and cordial congratulations. Your nomination created confidence, your masterly campaign accelerated, your election clinched it and your ail- mlnstratlon will continue It." Governor Hushes wired: "Heartiest congratulations on your splendid victory." IJ:iulel J. Kcefe sent tills ces.siiKe: "Consratuhitlims on your splendid victory. Labor voters appreciate and recognize tiielr real friends." Judge Taft began after 10 o'clock answering tho telegrams and congratulations. "It is delightful to think of such support from the old Bay State," he sent to Massachusetts. PRESIDENT CONGRATULATES THE PRESIDENT ELECT. WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.—The President sent the following dispatch to Judge Taft tonight: "I need hardly say how heartily I congratulate you, and tho country even more." H'; a'so sent the following dispatch to Re| resentativo Sherman: "1 most henrtlly congratulate you." Tli! President sent the following to (iovi'iii')i Hughes: "Ac-vpt my heartiest congratulations fid you aii'l for tho state." The ;'ollowl'if5 was Bent to Chair- m.i'i HitehcoeV" time planning to send her to college to complete her education. Among the articles wnicn she asks for In her complaint are the novels "For Love's Sake" and "St. Elmo," a gilded horse shoe above her door, a Bradbury piano and music, a black horse, saddle, riding whip and bridle, antique oak dresser, bed, washstand and writing desk, a doll trunk covered with tin and painted brown, a doll dresser and' contents, n diploma from the Lowell school at Kansas City, a china vase, shell Inkstand, Ocean Park souvenir, opera glasses, high school hooks, dumb bells, photographs and a canary bird. The valuation placed on this property is $718.50. Further damages of $ ; 100 are asked for. Clifton Axtell and 'Edward L. Payne of Los Angeles are attorneys for tho plaintiff. « i » war, *nd without ««ter WM Ing across the blistering hills, realizing that soon would come delirium and death, Pratt had prospected over th« A«*" et-( for a quarter o f a century. He was supposed to know that country like a book. His first trouble came from a leaky canteen, as mentioned In his diary, which left him without water and miles from a waterhole. He.had been searching for three hours for a spring, when he seemed to realize that the end would be death, for he then commenced his diary. CARTWRIGHT WILL TRY TO AMEND CARTWRIGHT LAW. SACRAMENTO, Nov. 3.—The Cartwright anti-trust letw and the Ohio law upon which It was modeJojfL, wore never intended to apply to labor unions," declared State Senator CarC- wright while In this city a few days ago. "For that matter neither was tho Sherman anti-trust law. The fact that some court* hove been Inclined of late to apply a construction _ pi these anti-trust laws to labor organizations should be remedied and It will he In this state If I have my way about It. "On. the opening day of the next legislature the first minute that the bell rings for filing bills, I will propose an amendment to tho law whlcb bears my name. That amendment w.ttf provide that no such law will refer to labor organizations and I trust that the legislature will see fit to adopt It. Until recent years there was no thought of applying laws Intended to break up Illegal business combinations In restraint of trade to legitimate la- j bor organizations and steps must be ["taken to prevent the possibility of such construction by the courts." EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES When yon want reliable help of any kind coll up THE BAKERSFIELD EMPLOY" MENT BUREAU. We also employ Chinese and Japanese help. 1219 19th St. Phone Main 313 "Accept my heartiest congratula- country. By the addition of Cooper | (1(|I1S ,, llon lao g,-,,.^ roa ult which you college the registration of Stanford navo ,j one BO muc h to bring about.' university Is Increased by about ,""0, j- no fotlow'ng was sent to Repre- undergraduates. Also many well' son t a ! V ,» l.ou.-iensliiger: known specialists, with practices In . "Accept my hearty congratulations.' San Francisco, who have formerly , jjo btatouient was made by the Pros boon giving courses at the medical | idont ton<ghl on the result of the school, will now rank as professors election, of this university. V fly Now try and conceive a cur almost as silent as the photograph it self- car vibrant with pent-up power under flingor-tlp control; a cur that will glide noiselessly up alongside the aristocracy of motordom and luck nothing that the latter possesses except a higher price—and you will Have formed a fair mental picture of the revelation that awaits you. Dismiss from your mind the Idea that you have ever seen u low-priced car which was In the same class as this ?1550 four cylinder 30 horsepower Cadillac. Where you have seen little curs at a low price, you will now see a big car at a low price. Where you have Hitherto seen spidery outlines and bandbox proportions, you will now see size and strength and dignity. Where you have seen Indifferent material skimped and saved to make possible a low price, you will now see a car built of the flne.st steels money can buy, used In full and generous measure—and the same palnstak- ang, conscientious system of construction, down to the last nut and bolt, that has been typical ot the Cadillac plant from the first year of its history. Deliveries early next month. First car load already sold. 0. E. Oetchell, Agent, Bakersfield Auto Supply Co. 19th and Q Sts. Tel. Main 1260 NOW IS THE TIME j To inspect out- stork <•'. winter; rolics, horsi- blankets ai;>! storm ; aprons, our line is eomplrt" with every tiling needed i'of tin- IIOINC. Tents, all si/es and pric''-. carriage trimming IUH! harness repairing a specialty. PIONEER EARNS!* SHOP MATT80N BROS. El Belmont HAVANA CIGARS The NEW kind E-RU-SA: The Only Lawful PILE CURE Because it docs not. contain narcotics, mercury, cocaine, lead or any poisonous and injurious drnirs. lie-cause E-RU-SA CURES PILES. U. W. Dispensatory recommends every ingredient of E-1UJ-SA. Drug laws niakV- "false or mis-leading statements" a crime. All old or narcotic pile medicines affect tlie brain and spinal mnrro\v, produce constipation, never cure and are therefore illegal. E-I?['-SA is not for snlo jit opium joints. Berkeley, Cal., July 3, 190*. Dr. L. Griffin, Dear Doctor: We certainly can NOT eonsei>n- tionsly recommend or legally sell cocaine, ergot, lead, mercurial or larcotic Pile medicines except upon prescriptions. Yours truly, Muller & DcMerritt, University Pharmacy. R. L. Heed, R. J. Tay- 'or Graduates in Pharmacy. Only druggists of highest standing sell and endorse E-RU-SA. WE NOW HAVt STEAM HEAT UNION THEATRE :MAIN 128: PRICES 10c, 25c, 35c, 50c MATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, 26c. THIS WEEK Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday THE Friday, Saturday Matinee and Night and Sunday J Rip Van Winkle Election Returns From jjThe Stage Tuesday £ Night

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