The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 5, 1908 · Page 2
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, November 5, 1908
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THE BAKERSPIELD CAL1FORNIAN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908. Cbe BakenTUid Callfornlan Every Kvening but Sundays at B.'i)<ersfleld, Ki-rn County, California. County Official Paper Kutered in l'or-tofn>e nt Bakcrsflehl, Cal., as Socond-elai-'s Mail Alatter. r << ••"•IKS ;i in"/i'h; ?." :i Y"ar in Advance ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Thursday, Nov. 6 DEAR TOM:The County is still all right! And so is Meroney.s for-cigars ar.l candies. BILL Te'ephone ................. Main 31 Til fix's IMY, NOV. •"». 1 !ii>>. ( > SMALL PRECINCTS. <_' to b int; "I vote*. in order tlmt the lio tuny |I;IVP quick ivtm'iiH. this etui it becomes evident tlmt m l ,• Intelligence and faithru'n' ss as well — , as for good cyo« and (as Trespass- j<;rg on railroad prop<>riy have always •4 i furnished a large proportion of the victims in report^ for slated periods. f Confusion, paralysis from fright, and (lesiml iiHer I preoccupation explain hundreds of! litions count-1 oa .scg, but do not prevent otliers from) pub- j occurring unless they keep people off I "^ j the right of way who have no business ' Upon It. rcvory succeeillng report of J. B, Berqes & Company Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Liquors And Cigars The cream of all goods served in sample room. Quotations and samples sent on application Phone Main 237 1623 Nineteenth Street £<?&'-*'? if«js«.*a t i-. - im '——^&U; .. , , . , , "v«u ii. ro'iv Miefi'c'iiHiK report 01 nativ o tbe larue preeme.tK sl.oui.l rallroad „,,,,,,,„, po|nt8 the game ]( , s . ,c sMt,,lm,I.Ml. hot- mstMiico in n | WMi ,„,, sllows t)lat (here are peop]e who refuse to learn.—Buffalo Express. ' the precincts of Bakersfield. a/id in North Kcni. the ri'e>- istrntion runs beyond 400. This/ means, il' :>00 votes are cnst, that' the count must continue well slnriir towards morning. This works oid.v a hardship on election officers, but the public is j kept in doubt as to figures at a time when interest in the outcome average election filPLh DISCUSSES THE SANTA FE Colonel Blood is Going to Leave us for a Time President Rlpley of the Santa Fe has prepared a statement on the future of his road, brought out by the re- .publlcatlon In the Santa Fe Employes' agazlne of an article by Frank H. pearman In Scrlbner'sfour years ago. Mr. Spearman ventured the suggestion that tbe Santa Fe might be combined with the Rock Island, which vould strengthen the position of both Iroads and also enable them to retice f ff or , nln g 8 that away . We am ' t be . |the running time from Chicago to Los j n ev in' in 'em none and I been plum, Angeles. President Rlpley says such | disgusted that we has to a combination would be of no effect. I with you Democrat since the Santa Fe has completed Its standing as n lub and In an Intelligent address explained the purpose of the club in this altruistic age. "Natchiilly. he placed on said Colonel Blood agjwritin' on our organ you tell foot on the walnut table clown ut Torn O'Brien's and lean ed over toward the electric button, "natchally, I'm purty gratified over the way William Howard makes it, and I Jest sends a dls-patch back to Lebanon, Ind., where 1 come from more'n twenty years ago, congratulatin' the feller I lister know on the way things comes out then. 1 . It 'vvas a purty good victory, nil right, all right, and I reckon our party won't have to hear no more o' this dum foolishness about guaranteed' bunks fer fellers as has got money in 'em or re-vlsln* the tar- 'em U ain't blamln' 'em none fer the way things goes. They done the best they kntiwd how. and 1 ain't goin' to find no fault with 'em. DOES CLUBWOMAN PAY ATTENTION TO HOME? FRANCISCO, Nov x '5.—Does the clubwoman's re^offslblllty begin In her kitchen?.,,-' ' LBelen cut-off, giving It a transcontln- ades. This In- "But," continued tb^JC oloneli aa ne motioned for his '^Iforlte beverage, "I means satisfied with the J wa7 things turn out here in this county where me and our organ and Jedge Black and some more of us has been a workln' so hard. We'd orter elected our supervisors and our assemblyman fer to vote fer a U. S. senator, and I we orter give Smith a good majority, and when I studies them returns it shorely gives me n painful feelln'. 1 diinno if I'm goin' to git busy in anymore elections in Kern county or not. They don't seem to be no interst took In our party by fellers as had orter be Interested, and I'm thinkln' mebby 1 won't ever be on the job agin'. "What am I a soln* to do, nays you? Well, it ain't .jest settled yet, but I'm a (?oin' to take a little pussiar down to Frisco the fust thing.and visit with Joe and Herring and some more of heed the criticism of her and the plumber? Does a man judge women by his wife or by his stenographer? There is a conflict in the ffllnda of women at the California Club since Mrs. W. A, Sheridan of Chicago talked to them yesterday of "The Clubwo- man's Responsibilities." Mrs. Sheridan said that she once had the honor of knowing a plumber In an eastern state who approved of clubwomen because, while they were at clubs their sinks were neglected and this provided work for his willing bands. Mrs. Sheridan also knew a butcher who approved of clubwomen because while they were doing clubwork the maids did 'be ordering of the daily supplies and the butcher grew rich. "Of course," said Mrs. Sheridan, "that was far away from here, and only the opinion of one butcher and one plumber." Mrs. Sheridan thinks that the duty of clubwomen narrows down i to the individual and that while wo- ', men are accused of being spasmodic, is no hope for suffrage. She "AT CRIPPLE CREEK" IS COMING TO SCRIBNER'S. Of the countless melodramas that have been written, few, If any, have retained the popularity and strong hold upon the theater-going public that Hal Reid's "At Cripple Creek" has. This is probably due to the fact that It is a human life story of deep heart Interest, that Its people are real flesh and blood men and women, who win and bold the sympathies of the audience from the. rise 1 Tf the cu.tjin.' It Is ajso'lu i/c accounted for through Its 'intense realism, and stupendous climaxes — but above all Is its naturalness. Everything that the lover of melodrama wants Is found in "At Cripple Creek" which will be given at Scribner's opera house for one night only, Saturday, November 7. ed a remarkable game. Only one hit was made In the nine innings. Jorda_n of Visalla made a home run. In. one innig Phillips threw three ballt and retired the side. ONE HIT OFF PITCHER GAVE HOME RUN SWAT. COALJNGA, Nov. t— In a gams here last Sunday "Pet" Phillips pitch- lour fellers. I'm kinder hungry fur to 1 there | ! tall; politics with somebody !!S knows* thinks that the woman of today has a how to do politics ami they ain't much solemn responsibility in preparing the young woman voter, and she says ! encouragement fer me to he holdiif 110 conversations with our fellers here. I'm a Koln' 10 put my feel up on .loo : Wiley's desk when I net to Frisco, [land kinder so on a political ile-baiich, lla dlsctissiu' all the fi.uhts we been in 'back in l.ebiinon and here in Kern I coiinty. I "Xo, I can't say when I'm a cumin' |i hack. I ain'l .seiu for no return tirk<-t land melibx I won't l.e neo.Hn" none Hut ! ain't sho'-e Hi-inl i;. I', yni .-> .an.', tiling iheai !'i-i!i,--i ; .- do-'s t'-.e Granada Hotel Slitter and Hyde StE,. S^n Fran- Absolutely Fireproof A'ni'i lean iiliiti, .*•;."' ' 'i'i' o:ii', $(', I.,:' I'A-i,. 'I .-n .- 'i.i•>••.- e;' yoii'l (•(iinl'nrt. ('iiiini i v t.- i |. • ' lic'tli'i!. that women must show continuity of j purpose In the Ultchon and in the niirsory before men will take them ] seriously In the world of politics. I "Women are accused of being spns- i modlc, and we want continuity in-. stpnd of upheaval," she said. Mrs. Sheridan thinl<s that the time IB coining when there wll be a radical change in the questions anked by tin- fens-US man. She thinks that the. t MI \v onlcr of investigations will bo jsnrne\vlui| as follows: "Are you a clubwoman?" • | | "To what club do yon belong?" i "How Inni; linvp yon be' 1 !) a clulj-1 woman?" "Of what character is the club to which you belong?" Mrs. Sheridan complimented the California Club upon Its excellent PASQVINI BROTHERS If yon are not satisfied with the groceries yon have had for the last month- give us a fair trial and bo convinced that we carry the best iroods found anywhere. Open tip an account with us. A few words about our liquors. We carry all standard brands of wines and whiskies. GROCERIES & LIQUORS 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. GENTLE HOUSES. We always have on hand saf« f and gentle l.oraes that ladies can ' drive. ' You will find everything- spick and span about our stables,, our horses good animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in> good running order all the time. W. T. RATLIFF Cor 21«t and '.< Sta Tel. Main 88 Capital Paid Up, 9100,000 Surplus, 926,000 from Every Ounce offiiel by tlie time it is e,,ni|>|ete(l nfid ri'ftdu's Kern eoiiMty. sub^eipicn' proCDoilinsi's will 'merest >»' ">'"'' those of us a iv lalkin; -»•••-« NEEDLESS DEATHS. Tho Puiiiir-yU'tMila si-.ite Railroad Commission has l-sned if first monthly bulletin. i mom ','•-' persons killed and l.i' - indued in M'.tMst. Six of the den:.- w. ie du.- ", i;rado cross- :nji accident* ,• : 1 loin '." '"dllsloiiB. iv.rtv-elsht ' ••• I'U^'T* i •>. railroad property were ',.':''• •!. it i> a peculiar lad about, rr.'rn'i a.-i'id«'Ut-! that iii.>.-t of them a'" , - a : vemaide nature. Collisions i;'. 1 -' ''.'ie to carelessness, either on '!"' ' '< ' '"" ''"' u1 ''' i;raph fore" or on tb*- 5 a-.'t <-f Ui.- ir.i.n common to arousi- inter.'-1: every i i- tal lU'cideiH aue to tli's cause points to tho fp.ct tlisit the roanagenunt wltli udvamaue choose men for his; in the territory \ve serve, iiponj whose decision must depend our abll-' ity to expand and Improve." i OIL EXPERT WILL '. EXAMINE NEW FIELDS) h'.n.VO, Nov. ii.—In response ton let- ii•!• 'from Senator (ieor^e S. Nixon, ;•:•'!(Int; thill an oil export be sent to N'.'vaila to • xperl the oil fields near :!iis city. Inrector Si'ilth of the .c.eoloc;- el c.ei)!c»;;i ' Itoben Anderson to come i to H' no an I Instieci -he local Odds'. [ ,-VIIM'O!' Ni-.on s-tati. - 1'iat And' v..ill ii'."t\i' in thi- i'it> 'liis moi\t!i and ,:"er lii-.jiectlu", 'li' 1 loi'al oil llelds lie j '\\ I;M to Yi-i'iu'-'tou -rid later n .MillM < ' u N'^'at!.), \\'!ie:e Ljito.l indie- Uoll;-': ul' oil ll'ive 1" en ni-.Covoreil. The iviuwbti'i^- o! I'P" ('onl'e.U'i-ao will u;«-i't tomorrow u I'd ••.•noon at th< residence of Mrs K. N. lloiilil, 1 18th street. When the mercury drops out of sight, you just can't keep lite house warm, you'll lind il womlerlully convenient to use a PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped With Smokeless Device) It's very Ityhl—carry il about—heal any cold Turn the wick hifih or low—no 'lancjer—no smoke—no smrll. Easily tared ior and gives nine hours cil cozy comioil at one filling o! Irass lonl. Finished in nickel and japan. Every heater warranted. & Lamp wjU 1 ' linti,' ,,;r it«lt liuri'.iT, MjJf >! liraa iiikt; |i'a'.d. Hvtry lamp warr alrr tii;lu.l i •.; | !y li.c U.,vo Ijinp or Perlcctwn Oil . v.r»\- our nearr:.! afiuy Kir 4 de>,(fi|>five circular. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) 10 NEW YORK Groves of South- ern California; Cotton Fields of Te»a ar iaua. FOUP AND ONE-HALF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED BTEAMER8 ASK ANJV AGENT A checKing account with the First National Bank has go many advantages that you will find it a great aid in your financial affairs. If > you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have you open one and test it for yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR K€RN Corner 19th and H Streets. fy »J» **» »•+ «•* »*« »*• 4>« **» ^, »J. »•« .*, CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. First-class Nursery Stock, Trees, Shrubbs, Roses, Cut Flowers, Flc..-- al Designs. Orders promptly filled Corner Sixth St. and Chester A>-«. 'Ph«ne, Main 745 t{. .;. .;«.% .». •;. .;, .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. ••*• •% »*• •*« •*« »*• »'. •*• •*. .*• »*» •*. ,*• •*, »• 'SWEET BROS.' Are Agents for THE ALBANY NURSERIES If you need uiiylliing in the nursery lino ,-ee them at thefr ranch opposite Producers' Refinery on Beardsley cannl. Write them Rural No. 1, Box 8. Or call them up, Black 511. %y00£®Q®SX^^ y*1&A(^ * "•J'SlMWL (A OT^jr DR. LUNQ CHOW DUCK ON TONQ CO. DRUG STORE Cor. 19th and Q. Bakersfleld. OLD BXLIABLE Painters BNYDER & JACKSON Paintinsr in all branches. InUrior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING •IGNS Phoiw Main 1138 1627 Wall 8t. •akenfl'ld, Cal.

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