The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 6, 1908 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, November 6, 1908
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Champion Interchangeable Range—The Greatest Stove Out It has made a hit with the people of Keni County. Just think of having an elegant range thnt you can instantly turn from coal to gas or vice versa. Tho operation is simple—and is something absolutely new in cooking and baking apparatus. ' Saves fuel, no matter which you use—coal'or pas. Bakes well and is satisfactory in every way. It's time you were calling on us and lettinjr us show you how this fine Champion range works. Come anytime—you're always welcome. Phones—Dry QoocU, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. Republicans to Have 41 Majority WILL FIGHf ALL HAY CROP SHORTAGE FEARED IN CALIFORNIA. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 5.—According to the annual report of the San Bankrupt Stock OF THE ited Harness Co 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. Francisco Hay Dealers' Association, there is a prospect of n hay shortage in the state this winter, an absolute absence of supply in March next, and a raise in price that may this week attain $26 a ton. The hay crop this year falls short of the 1907 crop by about 100,000 tons, and there Is no prospect of relief from Nevada or Utah, as was then afforded. Dealers have ceased to quote prices upon hay and the prospect of a continued dry spell render the situation nil the more serious. Rep. "There Is only one reason why I have never asked you to be my wife." "What is that?" "I have always been half-afraid you might refuse." "Well" (in a whisper, after a long silence). "I should think you'd have curoisity enough to want to find out whether your suspicion was well founded or not." — Exchange, CHICAGO, Nov. G.—-The Republican party, according to present returns from congressional districts In the United States, will control the 'next house by a majority of 41. The figures so far received show the election of 216 Republicans and 175 Democrats, a gain of nine for the latter party. The majorities In several districts are reported as extremely close and It Is possible that ia a few Instances the count may change the figures here given. The following table shows the number of representatives elected from the various states: States Dem Alabama 9 Arkansas 7 California Colorado :) Connecticut Delaware Florida :[ Georgia 11 Idaho Illinois (j Indiana 11 Iowa 1 Kunsas Kentucky s Louisiana 7 Maine Maryland :; Massachusetts o Michigan Minnesota 1 Mississippi s Missouri 10 Montana Nebraska 1 5 Nevada 1 New Hampshire ........ .. New Jersey 7 New York 11 North Carolina 7 North Dakota Ohio !) Oklahoma 2 Oregon .-... Pennsylvania 5 Rhode Island South Carolina 7 South Dakota Tennessee 8 Texas . 16 Utah Vermont Virginia 9 Washington West Virginia Wisconsin 1 Wyoming I SAYS TAFI The Bon Bon for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 257 CINCINNATI, Nov. 6.—Speaking t« the Cincinnati Commercial Club, of which he has been a member for fifteen years, William H. Taft tonight brought every member of the club to his feet in an address sounding the keynote of prosperity for the country for the next four years: "Every business man who Is obeying the law may go ahead with all tho energy in his possession; every enterprise which Is within the statutes may proceed without fear of Interference from the administration when acting legally; but all Interests wlth- iu the jurisdiction of the Federal government may expect a rigid enforcement of the laws against dishonest methods," was the keynote of what Mr. Taft said. Tho speech which Mr. Taft delivered here tonight created a profound sensation among the substantial business men of the city, who are members .it the club which gave him the dinner, arranged long before the result of the election could be Known, and they as one man to the son. I tlments h 0 expressed. The speech j I j which was preceded by words of j lj friendship and neighborly felicitation -| on the part of th distinguished guest,' I1 brought out the human side of the 201 next President in a manner which :i was touching and which was responded to with the great enthusiasm. Judge Taft talked, in a way of which no one has written, of the human side of his campaign. "I have been the subject To Build $10,000 Structure Joining Old Post Office The Western Company, owner of the old postoffice building, * now ocupled by the Pioneer Mercantile Company, will at once be- * gin the construction of an addition to the property that will ex- * actly duplicate tho present structure. The estimated cost of the * improvement Is $10,000, and, while no contract will be let, J. H. * Redstone will have charge of the work o n a percentage basis. * The new building will be two stories with a basement the full <» lengfh and in the work of remodeling, the front of the present strao- * ture wilt be moved out to the sidewalk line, thus giving the store * a straight frontage of 74 feet. An electric elevator will be Installed * for freighting purposes between the basement and the first floor. * The upper story will be used for'offices. * Mr. Schatnblln, In his ever gro.vlni,' business, has been cramped * for room for a long time, and the addition has been contemplated •» for several months. The material has already been purchased, and * the work of construction Is to begin, without delay. * * * ****** •:• * * •:• •:• * -:-.;..;..;. * .;. .;. * * . : .. : . .:.*****.:•* club entertained tonight members of similar organizations from Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City. F. J. Werlnger, a Kern county boy. Is u recent graduate of tho A Van Her X:illf>n School of England, situated la Oakl'ind, iind h;is opened an office la the \Vcioi1y district, under the nam.8 of the Wei-inger Assaying Co. A laboratory has been built. Mr. Werlngef Is a son of Joe Werlnger. Of H CO- Totals .11 HAS BEEN ASLEEP FOR FIVE DAYS. LOWELL, Mass., Nov. 5.—Miss Louisiana Pietta, who has at various times astonished physicians by her long slumbers, is again asleep. She has not been awake for five days. Her I last long sleep was from June 5 to .Tune 29, and on various other occasions she had slept from one to three VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC Business address Phone 161. THE MAJESTIC. THIS IS THE CAR Now try and conceive a car almost as silent as the photograph Itsc-lt— ' car vibrant with pent-up power under fiinger-tip control; a cur that will glide noiselessly up alongside the aristocracy of motordom and lack 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 a 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 ut 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 finest steels money can buy, used In full and generous measure—and the same palnstak- nag, 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. Getohell, Agent, Bakersfield Auto Supply Co. 19th and a Sts. Tel. Main 1260 terle of bosses," he declared, with the greatest good humor, "the demands of i j I which left me no duty but to respond 'from G o'clock In the morning to midnight, to the calls of the populace— and if I did not respond the crowd 'l after one minute made a mighty shout 'Hurrah for Bryan.' " Taft admitted that It might not have been so easy to smile tonight if the telegrams of congraulatlons which passed between /Lincoln and Clncli* natl today had been originated in this city instead of the home of the Great Commoner. "Seriously," he declared, "the Indications are already apparent and the hopes which I entertain are that the business communities and the Investors, both of foreign nations and among our own people, will take heart In carrying out the great enter- weeks without waking. j Physicians are at a loss to explain prises which have been projected and the cause of the peculiar malady.' which must bo carried to a do tormina- Miss Pietta seems to suffer no III ef- Mon If the country is I" roach its full feets from her long sleeps and when she awakes is under the impression that she hag slept but a single night. El Belmont HAVANA CIGARS The NEW kind NOW IS THE TIME. To inspect our stock oi' winter robes, horse blankets an>! storm aprons, our line is complete with every thin;,' needed for the horse. Tents, all sixes and priees, car- riuu'e trimming and harness repairing a specialty. PIOKBSE HA&NZM SHOP MATT8ON BROS. meed of prosperity. Business men are to be shown the lines of legality and are to be directed in keeping within those lines which have been emphasized during the last four years. Business men shall know that they are to conform to the laws upon the statute books and that no favors are to be expected for those who break the laws. "This shall be so that the men wh« conduct a legitimate business may understand that the government is back of them and does hot Intend anything to Interfere with their legitimate advancement." After the applause had subsided Judge Taft added: "It Is a question of the definite knowledge of the statutes and of thefr clear understanding which shall make the honest progress of our business possible. And that Is, In my belief all that is necessary to make thai progress substantial and enduring." Judge Taft apologized Mr directing his words Into such a serious discussion. "I know the difficulties that will arise on my new career," he added, "and I know that questions will arise that I do not know of now and that limes will come when my friends here will shake their heads and say 'poor Bill.' but all I ask Is suspension at Judgment until the situation has been understood. Its decision will rest upon the principles of sound and honest business polleles which I have out lined." What Judge Taft said preceding his plain business talk planned thp cluh Immensely. He told of tho many policies which had boon dictated to him by the Jocal commlttcemen. during the campaign, and then of the whole object of being- President, which was to enforce the laws and give every honest endeavor a fair opportunity and prosecute with vigor every apparent effort to evade the laws and to ! affect prosperity by dishonest biiBl- i ness methods. i The club of which Judge Taft was a guesi tonight was bis host at ft dinner which ho attended Just before leaving the United Slates to become governor of the Philippines as the ai»- polntee of President McKlnley. The BAKFRSFIFID OPERA HOUSE UnlVL.ll Ol I LLU »OBT. 0. BAtTtmn.n.qtr SATURDAY NOV. 7th. H. H RAZEE'S PIQUANT MUSICAL MIXTURE Isle of Spice II i Sam Rose FAMOUS FOR j MUSIC FUN AND BEAUTY Harry Watson Edwin Lang Harry Williams Percy Bacon Harry Leavelle Mattle Martz Roberta Wilton Loretto Convey ' -TWENTY WHISTLING SONG HITS AND UNIQUE DANCES 7 — Book by Allen Lowe and Geo. E. Stoddard; Music by Jerome and Behind- ler; Staged by Gus Sohlke. ORGANIZATION OP 60 PEOPLE, THREE SOLID MONTHS IN NEW YORK; FOUR SOLID MONTHS IN BOSTON: 221 NIGHTS IN CHICAGO. 50c, 75c, $1.00 $1.50 Seats on Sale Thursday. SUNDAY NOV. 8th. COMING; COMING.' COMING.' GEORGE M. COHAN'S FAMOUS SONG SHOW THE HONEYMOONERS With WILLIE DUNLAY aa Augustus Wright. SPLENDID CAST AND BIG SINGING CHORUS THE COHAN HITS—"Let 1 . 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; COHAN 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. Tuesday, November 10th SECOND ENGAGEMENT OF KIRK LA SHELL'S Big Production of Henry Blossom's Character Comedy With the Same Excellent Cast, Headed by HANS ROBERT in the Title Role, and DAVID BRAHAM, JR., as "Push" Miller This is iln> s;inic company jiiH production which opened this theater two Masons ago, mnl tl:<- only company which has ever presented 1hi>> fascinating American play of Love ami Luck. Prices 50c, 75, $1, and $1.80 Seats on Sale Saturday.

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