The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 4, 1908 · Page 8
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA* WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1908. TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 88 Still Got That Cough and Cold "i-v niir guaninlot' Kueiilyp- ;t;- ,iri'l Honey Cough Syrup. i\,.- -,iv ' lull it will stop that Kv.;?h Idealise \ve know t lint if Hit* done for others i!.tl know what it will do for ,,vt. it at liners. ""•,« Sto'e of Eastman Kodaks. LARGE CROWD HEARS CALIFORNIA RETURNS AT OPERA HOUSE s Leading Druggists, The nakersfleld Op.-ra House was the collier of interest last evening in connection with th. election return.-'. tin 1 theater being filled and much enthusiasm being manifested by tin- 1 llepubllcana over thn ffdirns. The Democrats weru lonesome i-iiiiiiuli. but when by chance a telegram came Hiving a favorable von- KM Bryan, the result was received with applause. It was rather trying on ye editor to roail the rrmrns from the great doubtful states, but the good humored cn>\vd appreciated the situation a'Hl general good fueling prevailed In addition to thn telegraphic returns, carefully compiled tables on the county election were kept on a big blackboard, and the stand- lug of the candidates was announced from time to time so far as the total vote received showed. The greatest Interest was manifested in the local .-upervlKor's fight, and the house clie-Tcd whenever the ri-siilts showing Jastro's big lead came in. In the interim between announcements, friend* liad a good social time, there lieing many ladles present. Ilep"hlic:ins good-naturedly prodded the lo.sing Democrats and the latter i..:!•!•• ;!•• '»•>( of a bad situation. About In o'clock tho Union Band, under th" lead of Prof. Keiihn, complimented the California!! and the big .itidiencc by play- Ing "A Hot Time" in front of the opera bouse. Responding to an invitation, the musicians entered the theater and between announcements of Tatt inajroliifs f,iv.>;••.• I to audience with a number of selections. And the crowd liked It, and the cheers and hand clapping !<:}•• <*t\ the musicians to play on when they signified their Intention to di part. The crowd st-iyed on until after 11 o'clock. Meantime the Call- fornlan 11 red the three big bombs in front of the theater to apprise the town of the election of Taft. The opera house returns were a great success and the Callfor- nlan received many commendations on Its enterprise. • Returns were also received by the Montc^ Carlo, where large Get Your Boy a Stylish Suit To no part of mir busines is more thought and cfire given than to hoys' clothing. Producing stylish, "mannish" clothes -with character and individuality to them— yet retaining their juvenile appearance— is a hobby in which we we revel. That the boys' suits may be different from those sold elsewhere nnr buys' clothing is made by skilled tailors, from designs thought out by an expert who studies the boy's figure and his likes. We price these stylish boys' suits as low as $5.00 Children's Shoes-A Redlick Specialty} \ crowds assembled, at the Bakersfleld Club, and at the the morning paper. Armory Kern Democracy Wins Victory Does't it Jar You ;»t £•;*>'uood money for harness and tfh'ti timl out v on could have L»e-t.ie;lit better at a lower price? Of WMICSC it does. So don't buy any- Vhitig in the harness line until you 'itivi 1 seen what we have. When T«IM have done that, you can feel nr:f there svill be no iil'terelap of W'gret. A. B. HERRINGT01! 1517 19th Bt. (Continued From Page 1.) turn man -will carry the county by more than 2011 plurality, which will exceed the plurality given Hurlow In 1906. The vote for supervisors will be found elsewhere In this issue. With three precincts yet to hear from In the fourth district, Corsett is defeated by Bush, the vote being, Corsett 2Ci. Bush :!!«. In the First district, though! returns are Incomplete, it is certain • that Houser has won over Captain Petersen and ill the Fifth, of course, Mr. .Jastro is again victorious by a big majority Redlick's shoes for children are made specially for Redllck's by people who know what Redlick's want and who do their, work accordingly. For Instance they know that we know that the feet of a boy or girl are not he feet of a man or woman In a smeller size. They know that we know that the foot's shape changes with Its growth, that It becomes less fleshy. Thus they build shoes that accurately conform to the tiny foot at every stage of its development, so that at Redlick's you can always depend upon getting shoes that best fit young feet and that have style and durability «« well. WE ALS3 STUDY TO KEEP THE PRICES DOWN AND WE SUCCEED. , ... Redlick's Shoes for Boys from $1.25 to $3.50 Redlick's Shoes for Girls from $1.50 to $3.00 HER AND "I have lined cnimnorialn'a Colic, yJloioni and nmrrnoea uemedy since .t was nrnr immntswd to tho public In fV»7X and havo never found one In vssace where a cure was not speedily hfected by its use. I have been a {osunerclal traveler for eighteen years suul never start out on a trip without Ms. my faithful frl«ud," says II. S itlfthais of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a jnnn has used a remedy tor thirty-flvf j«u he knows its value and Is compi* x«mt to speak of it. IMV sale by B:I»T su BaULTsllo! I; Ivem Drug Co., ONAL CREST iOuONCY 1.14 T. Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfleld, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th j The tntiii vole for supervisor in the jFimrth district ii.s far us reported is j ,",."i!i. of wliicli .luiiatluin linsli has .'ll'i hind Corsett I!!,". The vote Is not Ini ' from Asphalto lint Hush lias a major-; i j ity there, iiec'onlini; to reports. The! vol.- by precincts is: j . Corsett Bnsh j I'osy 17 21 I lliutoii Willow 12 13 j Midway 17 .17 ! Maricopa Si! 110 Ciuilii'ld 3S 21 Ailolie 21 20 Wasco 26 20 Antelope 5 14 I'uleto 12 30 Panama £9 43 In the First district Honser rims close to Peterson in many mountain i precincts and received on the desert L'27 to :!:! for Petersen, thus Insuring' his election. JUDGE KIRBY MAHON RE-ELECTED IN SUTTER. Judge ,1. \V, Mahon this morning received a telegram from his brother, ;Judi;e Klrhy Mahon, who Is a candidate for re-election In Sutler County. i The northern Judge Is over 100 votes ' to the good and Is running ahead of his ticket. Again Jastro Wins Great Victory TOY DEPARTMENT NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Crites 45 : Congress over Marcus A. Smith (Dem- JUDGE DUNNE IS Supervisor Jastro won a sweeping victory in the election of yesterday, he parrying every precinct excepting Oil over Arthur S. Ciltes. All effort to discredit Mr. .Jastro's candidacy proved unavailing, except in the oil fields, where there are In the voting population many strangers unfamiliar with the administration of affairs in the county. In Bakersfleld and the resident precincts, the voters stood by Mr. Jastro ami for a continuation of sound business methods on the board, and this despite the fact th.at Mr. Crltes is a strong and popular young man, perhaps the strongest his party could have named. The returns are as follows In the eleven precincts making up the supervlsoral district: Bakersfield Precinct No. 1. Jastro 194 Crites 97 Bundy 10 Bakersfield Precinct No. 2. Jastro 174 c ' r » l « 109 ',Crltes Bundy 5 Bakersfield Precinct No. 3. Jastro 198 |ocrat) by not less than 400. Incom- 92 plete returns from all counties total- ling; about 6500 votes give Cameron a lead of 450. .36 . 7 15,000 IN INDIANA. Bakersfield Precinct No. 4. Jastro Crites Bundy Bakersfield Precinct No. 5. ! Jastro 129 , Crltes 113 Bundy 7 INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 4.—Indlca- j Bakersfield Precinct No. 6. tions arc that Taft has carried Indl- i Jastro 123' ana b V !».000. Crites 59 | - ~- — - Bundy 11 ' ! Bakersfield Precinct No. 7. Jastro 101 I Crites 24 South Bakersfleld Precinct. Jastro 41 Critea 21 Bundy 2 OH Precinct. Jastro 9-> Crltes 13 ; Bundy 29 Fruitvale Precinct. Jastro 53 Crltes 41 Stockdale Precinct. Jastro 34 RE-ELECTED JUDGE. SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. 4.— * Judge Dunne is re-elected as •$• judge of the Superior Court, <• the vote in 29G out ot 299 pre- * clncts being, Dunne, 28,686; •$• Cook, 27,684. Hunt and Stur- •!• tevant are also re-elected. <• Office Telephone Main 731 Residence Telephane Farmers 18x1 2025 Chester Avenue. McCarons Art Stor* Orders by Phone Attended to Promptly Pictures, Frames to Order, Latest Mouldings, Best of Workmanship. Kahler Says Now is the time to buy Rubber Goods { , Buy them now and make use j of them these cold mornings. An Absolute Guarantee for one year goes with every Hot Water Bottle or Syringe from us. Get one today. BAKERSFIELD DRliti CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Comer 19th * I &*•. SCRIBNER O^ERA HOUSE Saturday, Nov. 7, 190S AT Cripple Creek A Thrilling Melodrama of the West. Great Senic Equipment, Capable ACTORS Curtain raises at 8 p. m. sharp Prices .... 25c, 50c, 75c Totals In District. Jastro 1253 Crltes 689 Bundy 101 THE ELECTION IN OTHER STATES. (Continued from Page I.) cans retain their preponderant majority. In Oregon the Democratic candidate gained Indorsement and If the legislature carries out the expressed will of the people the Republicans will lose one Senate seat. The terms of thirty-one senators expire In March next. Louisiana and Maryland have already elected Democratic successors while Vermont and Kentucky have elected Republicans. Of the remaining twenty-seven, probably there will be fifteen Republicans and eleven Democrats. Indiana Is doubtful. The hold-over members of the Senate are forty-three Republicans and eighteen Democrats, giving a total of sixty Republicans and thirty-one Democrats, with one doubtful. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, LOS ANGELES, Nov. 4.—A dispatch from Phoenix says that Ralph Cameron (Republican) Is elected to BORN. UNDERWOOD—In Bakersfleld, Nor. 2, 1908. to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Under- Corner 19th and I St. THE HUB S. Wisekopf Corner 19th and I St. The New Overcoats and Rain Coat! Quantity, quality and prices have combined to make THE II 1'H tlie best store for men and boys in Bakerslield. THE HUB is essentially masculine, big, strong and aggressive, designed to meet the dress requirements of the stsrner sex, and doing it in a way to win the commendation of all. Our methods of buying and selling enable us to sell you Overcoats and Raincoats from $8 to $27.")0, the best obtainable for the money. We will further demonstrate this fact if you will give us the pleasure of a call, so we can explain to you the many superiorities of our garments over other makes and then we'll leave it to your judgment to decide who's selling tho best Overcoats for the money. S.WISEKOPF Leading Specialty Establishment, Devoted Exclusively to the sale of Men's aad Boys' Ready-to-wear Garments.

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